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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY. SATURDAY 8 p.m. POPULAR DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME. No. 1. PETER DORRE in "MYSTERIOUS MR. MOTO" WITH MARYMcGUIRE HENRY WILCOXIN The latese adventures of the Genial Little Detective. Mystery — Thrills — Sluspense. No. 2. ■"■'^EatTOBTION-'V- i-WriTH SCOTT COLTON MARY RUSSELL Terror stalks the campus as Co-eds are caught in a web of Mystery.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
MAYFAIR UPPER HUTT'S MODERN STEAMHEATED THEATRE. 8 P.M. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 P.M. GREAT DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME. - One of the Most Exciting Pictures of the Year. Alcatraz Island With JOHNLITEL ANN SHERIDAN Crime Czars! Kidnappers! Killers! AH the Yellow Hats who erer defied the.Law.. . .now forgotten numbers in one of the most mysterious and dreaded prisons in the world. ALSO ■•■/ GEORGE O'BRIEN in Y Y... Gu|i Law A Blazing Dlrama of barking six-shooters and the most kissable girl of a Wild Bordertown. Recommended by Censor for Adult Audiences. 2 p.m. Matinee SATURDAY Matinee 2 p.nl. 8 p.m. Evening MONDAY Evening 8 p.m. & p.m. Evening MONDAY Evening 8 plnu We are delighted indeed to announce BOYS TOWN ..'■'.''■■■'' . with' ■ ■ '•.'■'.''' / : Y''.-' : -'' ■'■• -:•■ SPEN&ER TRACY MICKEY ROONEY Secured direct from it* sensational premiere of three weeks at the Mighty Majestic, Wellington. "Boys Town—a realistic story taken from actual fact — Dramatic — Laughable — and truly lovabie...
ANNUAL RE-UNION AT SILVERSTREAM. FIREMEN IN LIGHTER MOOD [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
ANNUAL RE-UNION AT SILVERSTREAM.
FIREMEN IN LIGHTER MOOD
As the years roll on the Annual Re-union of the Silverstream Fire Brigade seems to be . one better each time and last Friday even- ing was no exception, it being the best ever held. The hall had been beautifully decorated out by a special ladies' committee and the lay-out of the tables was most picturesque. Firemen from all districts in the Hutt Valley and Wairarapa were present. The guest of hon- our was the member for the dis- trict, Mr. B. Roberts, M.P. Others present .were the Deputy-Mayor, Councillor J. Blewman, Council- lors Clyma, Lancaster, Rendle and Poison, the Town Clerk, Mr. B. M. Wilmshurst, Assistant Town Clerk, Mr. R. McKendry, repre- sentative of the Silverstream School Committee and. Social Club. It was most ■ noticeable among the large assembly the number of returned men present. Superintendent W. Mason pre- sided, and in welcoming every- one, made passing reference to the late Mayor, Mr. P. Rober...
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. Supplementary District Elector's Roll. Election of Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.
Supplementary District Elector's Roll.
Election of Mayor.
The District Elector's Roll is now open for inspection at the Council Offices, Main Road, Upper Hutt, dur- ing Office hours. A Supplementary District Elector's Roll is now being prepared and will close on Monday, 29th of May, 1939. Persons not under 21 years of age, resident 12 months in the Dominion, and three months in the Borough of Upper'Hutt'are' eligible for the en- rolment. Forms of enrolment may be ob- tained on application to the under- signed. • . B. M. WILMSHURST, Town Clerk.
BOROUGH OF UPPER HUTT. ELECTION OF MAYOR TO FILL EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
BOROUGH OF UPPER HUTT.
ELECTION OF MAYOR TO FILL EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY.
Pursuant to the Local Elections and Polls Act, 1925, and its amend- ments, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT AN ELECTION WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, 10 th day of June, 193.9, for the purpose of elect- ing a Mayor for the Borough of Up- per Hutt, and I hereby appoint the Council Offices, Main Road, Upper Hutt, as the place, and Tuesday the 30th day of May, 19 3 9 (before noon) as the day for the nomination of can- didates for such office. Nomination papers may be obtained at the Bor- ough Office. A deposit of £10 must accompany the nomination. Dated at Upper Hutt this 15th day of May, 1939. B. M. WILMSHURST, Returning Officer for the Borough of Upper Hutt.
1st UPPER HUTT TROOP BOY SCOUTS. RECORD HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
Ist UPPER HUTT TROOP BOY SCOUTS.
A Parents' Evening . held re- cently by the above Group was a great success, over 60 parents being present. After Flag break, games were the order of; the evening, inter- spersed with items, by the boys and the girl guides.. The outstanding items were the Mouth Organ Band which rendered a number of. popular tunes. ' The band was only formed about ten days before the Par- ents' . Evening and considering they, had only had four practices together they gave quite a good performance, and tap dancing by Scout Bob McCrea was greatly enjoyed. ' • A dainty supper was served by the members of the Group Com- and all too quickly the end of the evening came with every- one joining ir. the singing of Taps. The only regrettable feature of the evening was the removal of fifteen cycle lamp bulbs from the boy's bicycles parked outside of the hall, by some irresponsible person or persons. The Group Committee are hold- ing a Euchre Party in the...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
COMING EVENTS. MAY 26th—UPPER HUTT LABOUR PARTY DANCE. . MAY 31st —TRENTHAM SCHOOL . . DANCE, JuNE ]jOth- MAYOKAL ' ELECTION. JUNE 4 14 th— SILVERSTREAM LA- BOUR PARTY DANCE. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING, R.S.A. EUCHRE. EVERY OTHER THURSDAY, CATH- OLIC EUCHRE. AT YOUR SERVICE FOR Lovely Bridal Sprays Charming Presentation Bouquets Attractive Hospital Boxes Tasteful Wreaths. .•■'■, Mrs. R. J. CAMPBELL FLORISTE ■-...' BIRCH STREET/UPPER HUTT. LANCASTER'S STORE WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD - , - SILVERSTREAM. Agent for "Evening Post" and '"Dominion." WE DELIVER.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
CAMP PICTURE TRENTHAM. Thursday, May 25th: An Hilarious Honeymoon of laughter and music Bing Crosby and Franciscka Gaal -in " PARIS HONEYMOON" With Akim Tamiroff, Shirley Ross, Ben Blue and Edward Everett Hortbn A really wonderful cast of players. (Adult Audiences.) Saturday, May 27th, and Monday, May 29th: . Our'greatest offering for the year. Errol Flynn and Olivia Dc Havilland in "ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD" In glorious technicolour — with a wonderful cast including lan Hunter as "King Richard" ("and Alan Hale as "Little John." No half price on Saturday. Free list suspended. (Universal Exhibition.) .Tuesday, May 30th: Robert.. Wilcox and Helen Mack in "GAMBLING SHIP" with Ed Brophy and Joseph Sawyer. Intrigue, Mystery, Danger and Thrills (Adult Audiences.)
Trentham School Committee D J AJNC E HOWELL'S HALL WEDNESDAY, MAY 3IST, BP.M. Good Music Dainty Supper LADIES IS. 6D. GENTS 2S Reserve this date for a real Nights Enjoyment
THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
QN behalf of the Labour Movement in the Upper Hutt District, r desire to sincerely thank all kind friends and organisations for the many messages of sympathy convey- ed to the Branch on the sad occasion of the death of our late President and friend, Peter Robertson. O. J. PLUMMER, Hon. Secretary.
UPPER HUTT BRANCH OF LEAGUE OF MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
UPPER HUTT BRANCH OF LEAGUE OF MOTHERS.
'Fathers' Evening' was a great success; a large number attending. Mrs. Castle, President, was in the Chair,, and gave all Fathers and Mothers a hearty welcome. Mrs. Knox-Gilm,er choose for address, "Notables I have met Abroad" and many well known names followed: Mr. Neville Chamberlain, Mr. Baldwin, Lord Snell the Labour Peer, Mr. Ram- say McDonald .and his daughter, Lady Astor, who greatly appealed to the speaker, and the Duchess of Atholl. Horticulturally, MrsV Gilmer met Lord Rothschild, who owns the largest collection of rhododendrons in the worlds, some 400 acres in the South of France. In America, President and Mrs., Roosevelt proved very charming, also Miss Perkins, Min- ister of Labour in New York and Mary Allery, Chief of the "Women Police. Of great interest to her listeners was a meeting with Lady Alice Fergusson, founder of the League of Mothers, in New Zea- land, who sent greetings, also Lord and Lady Bledisloe, who possess a...
LABOUR SECRETARY'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
LABOUR SECRETARY'S APPEAL.
' (To the Electors). I confidently appeal to all sup- porters of the Labour Party and friends of the late Mayor, Mr. P. Robertson, to initiate a vigorous campaign on behalf of Labour's of- ficial candidate for N the Mayoralty, Mr. J. Blewman. It is of paramount importance that the Labour majority on the Borough Council remain intact; and it is only by electing a Labour Mayor that Labour's policy, -which received the definite endorsement of the electors just twelve months ago, should be implemented in the interests of the electors generally. It is equally imperative that the ideals and aspirations of the late Peter Robertson should be realised, and who would suggest a finer monu- ment to the late Mayor's ener- getic service, in th* interests of the residents of the district than to fill the position which he honoured with such conspicuous ability, with a man who js pledged to give effect to that policy which Mr. Robertson pursued up to his untimely de...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
MAYORAL CONTEST. ANNOUNCING THE CANDIDATURE OF CU. RENDLE (Chairman of the Works Committee). The most eligible candidate to represent your Bor- ough, straightforward, reasonable and just, whose deci- sions can be justified by logical reasoning. Admitted by all to be the soundest and most fair- minded man on the Council, combining natural ability with experience and mature judgment. Don't be Misled. It is only the strong candidate who is attacked by one-sided criticisms. Come and hear both sides and ventilate, any grievance. He will welcome.the opportunity of making first-hand explanations. Twelve months ago a legacy of chaos and publicly ven- tilated complaints. To-day, thorough organisation and complimentary letters replace them. The representative of all parties and not of any par- ticular section. . y /. This is a time when your Borough needs as its Mayor a man who can fill the office with dignity and efficiency. Think it over well. Join the g;reat army of supporters of sound jud...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. WHIT-SUNDAY." Trentham: 8. a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong—Special Service of Admission of local members to Bible Class Unions (Vicar). Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Litany and H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Snell), Silverstream:. 7 p-hii, Even- song (Mr. Mason). Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Tomlin).. • . * —Rev. N. E WINHALL, Vicar. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. Upper Hutt: 7 p.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. -. ■ Silverstream: 7 p.m., Mr. B. Haigh. Trentham: 7 p.m., V.M.B.C. METHODIST CHURCH, Corner • Main Rd. and' Benzie Avenue, Services each Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Minister: Sister Edith Beer, Main Road, Upper Hutt. ~ - UPPER GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, MAY 28th. 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. 7 p.m., Gospel Meeting. Speaker: Mr. R. Nairn, Irish Evangelist. • THE SALVATION ARMY, UPPER- HUTT. Knee Drill, 7.15. Morning, 11 a.m., Speaker: Capt. Murray. Night; 7 p.m., Speaker: Mr. F, E. Chappell, of Trentham Military Camp. Come, all are welcome. NO...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
HAZELWOOD'S DEPARTMENT STORE WHAT ABOUT THAT OVERCOAT FOR WINTER Minster Overcoats NOW ON DISPLAY. Phones 1& 18. P.O. Bo* 3.
DON'T HOPE FOR THE BEST. GET IT FROM LIN RUSCOE LADIES' & GENTS' HAIRDRESSER TRENTHAM. SILVERSTRE4M GIRLS AND BOYS GYMNASIUM will be holding a com- bined evening which the public are cordially invited to attend at 7.30 p.m. MONDAY 29th at Silverstrsam HalL— B\ STRINGER.'
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
,'ii'W aHBHBB J. BLEWIVLAN Official Labour Candidate for Mayoralty. Vote Blewman —Progressive Labour Candidate. Electoral Roll closes on May 29th. Make sure your name, is on the List. POIAiING DAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 10th.
SILVERSTREAM LABOUR PARTY- POSTPONEMENT NOTICE. rjtHß DANCE advertised by the above BRANCH has been post- poned umtil JTJNB 14tk.
FAREWELL PRESENTATION TO MR G. MELLOR. POPULAR OFFICER OF THE POST AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
FAREWELL PRESENTATION TO MR G. MELLOR.
POPULAR OFFICER OF THE POST AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT.
Many business people gathered together on Tuesday evening, last to wish farewell to.Mr. G.'Mellor of the Post Office; Upper Hutt."
Mr. Mellor has been in the Upper Hutt Post Office for six- teen years and is now leaving on promotion as Postmaster for Col- lingwood in the South Island.
In making a presentation of a travelling rug to Mr. Mellor and crystal ware to Mrs. IMellor, the Deputy-Mayor, Mr. J;. Blewman, stated that the whole of the com- munity were sorry to know that the guest of the evening was leaving the .district, but at the same time were plegised to know that it meant promotion.
Since Mr. Mellor has resided in the district, he has held executive positions in the Ptost Office,- and has.always done his job well. The loss the district would sustain through his transfer would be Collingwood's gain.- On behalf of the district, Mr. Blewman wish- ed Mr. Me...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
.There is' still gorse to burn in the Silverstream area. Early .oh Friday evening the Fire Brigade were called to subdue a . gorse fire at Dunn's Road; The firemen were promptly on the scene, and prevented the fire spreading over the hill where" it would have en- dangered a number of week-end bachs. The übiquitous small boy was much in evidence and some of-them- worked hard as' voluntary beaters. The way in which the local Councillor, Mr. Lancaster, turns put "to- daylight alarms, is much appreciated by the mem- bers of the Brigade.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 May 1939
It is understood that the opin- ions, criticisms, or suggestions ex- their own. and not necessarily the views of the "Leader." Corres- pondence can appear under a nom-de-plume but correspondents must enclose their name and ad- dress to the Editor. (To the Editor). Sir,—lf anything further were needed to convince the average ratepayer of the necessity fpr local body reform, it. would' be some of the arguments used in the Council discussion of various proposals, to approach the Loans- Board for permission to borrow by way of special order. These may be necessary..or not; that is largely a matter for. expert judg- ment. What concerns the rate- payers more deeply is the appar- ent attitude of Councillors. In the interest of their ratepayers,- such.Councillors may be expected to scrutinise closely the expendi- ture of public money, and it is against this special order that ratepayers protest. There is no need to enter into the merits of these protests; all the'Counc...