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LABOUR PARTY DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
LABOUR PARTY DANCE.
The Upper Hutt Branch of the New Zealand Labour Party held - a very enjoyable dance on Friday evening last' at. the Majestic • Theatre., ' <• Avery's Orchestra supplied the music which included old-time, modern and novelty dances. During the interval, a very dainty supper was supplied by the Social Committee; and an en- joyable time came to an end ai midnight.
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
LOCAL & GENERAL.
The Upper Hutt Branch of the Returned Soldiers' Association at thei-r Annual. Meeting unanimous- ly decided that the Church par- ades be re-introduced. Each Church in the district will be visited at specified dates, the first ' being the Salvation Army on Sunday next, June 4th. '. All Returned men are remind- ed that the parade will fall in outside the Club Rooms at 10.30 a.m.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
: AT? YOUR SERVICE FOR Lovely Bridal Sprays . Charming Presentation Bouquets' . Attractive Hospital Boxes Tasteful Wreaths. %3fcs;iß. J. CAMPBELL FLORISTE .* tf&ti&PH! STREET, UPPER HUTT. - Good Loose Tea, .2/2 per lb. Honey, lib. Cartons from 1/-. N.Z. Walnuts, 10d. per lb. •Dried Apricots, Bd. per lb. -.-Special; Mne cups and saucers 7/- per dozen. ID. CLYDE, -fr MAIN ROAD. SDON'T HOPE IFOR THE BEST. GET IT FROM ihm ■ ■ - RUSCOE .iJLADIES' & GENTS' HAIRDRESSER TRENTHAM. STORE >WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD . ""SIL VERSTRE AM. Agent for. "Evening Post" and "Dominion." '
R. O H. Askew UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD ALL COAL SCREENED Main Rd. Phone 37 S. COAL ETC. DRY WOOD per cwt. LARGE SACKS PACKED FULL. a.a. HUNTLY HOUSE P er sack (large coal) 4 2 KINDLING ' 2.6 HUNTLY KITCHEN BIRCH 2 3 (small coal) 311 MATAI 3 0 „ mc , m „ RATA 3 0 WK§TFORT - 4 2 MANUKA 3 O ' MDQBD COAL : 4 2 >~^, v * FENCING POSTS NEWCASTLE r 4 6 STRAINERS. A<M • • ■• 3 ° Prices for Cord Lot...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
J.McFADZEAN BAKER. Try our certified WHOLEMEAL BREAD as recommended by the N.Z. Women's Food Value League. Also ENERGY and MILK BREAD a specialty. Phone 180. We Deliver.
UPPER HUTT MOTORISTS. WINTER IS HERE—Now is the time ,to have your Battery and Ignition . checked ,over. Quick Starting. HERETAUNGA SERVICE STATION GORDON B. GREEN MOTOR MECHANIC AND GENERAL ENGINEER. F. F.HERCOCK . Telephone 66. Telephone 66. Small Tins Tomaf. Soup, 7d. Large Tins.Tomato Soup; 1/-. Small Packets Soup, 3d. Large Packets Soup, sd. 5 Tins Sardines, 1/-. Dried Apricots, Bd. lb. i Tins Pink Salmon, Bd. ' Large Tins Pineapple, Bd. 2001b. Sks. Pollard, 17/6. GOODS DELIVERED.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday, June Ist. A Paramount Double Feature Programme. HOPALONG CASSIDY IN "SUNSET TRAIL" and Gail Patrick and Otto Kruger IN • . "DISBARRED" (Adult Audiences.) Saturday, June 3rd. The Popular Star of"It. Isn't Done" CECIL KELLAWAY IN "MR. OHEDWORTH STEPS OUT" with James Raglan, Joan Deering, Sidney Wheeler, Rita Pauncefort and Australia's own' Deahna Durbin "JOAN HATTON. Also Mickey Mouse, Donald and the Goof .in. "Boat Builders." (Universal Exhibition.) - Tuesday, June 6th. A real spine tingling Thriller from a British Studio, "DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES" with a- strong cast of favourite -sj
J. STRINGER WOOD, COAL.& COKE MERCHANT. SAND & GRAVEL CARRYING. Phone A 46. SILVERSTREAM. BALLROOM DANCING (Modern and Old, Time.). EVA DRAPER. , ■ Member 1.5. T.D., N.A.T.D. Classes Druids' Hall, Mondays, . 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.; ' Private lessons by appointment. . COMMENCING 12th JUNE.
POSTAL OFFICER FAREWELLED. MR. G. W. MELLOR HONOURED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
POSTAL OFFICER FAREWELLED.
MR. G. W. MELLOR HONOURED.
On the eve of his departure for Collingwood-where he has been appointed 1 Postmaster, Mr. G. "W. Mellor, Supervisor,' was met by members' of the Upper Hutt postal staff and made the : recipi- ent of a fountain pen. In hand- ing the gift' to Mr. Mellor, Mr. C. A. Corder, Postmaster, said that he ha.d-riot known "Mr. "Mellor for many r months, .lj>ut ,it had w been long;enough fqr to realise ,the qualities possessed by the departing officer both as an official and as a man. He as- sured him that he ■ would carry away' with him the very best his future success'not only fftona the staff at Upper Hutt but ,-those at Heretaunga and Trentham* who had asked to be as- sociated. , with, the presentation. Messrs., M, Y- Dunstall,. Senior Telegraphist, .and. R. "K. Simpson. Cadet, also voiced congratulations and extended good wishes.
Mr. Mellor suitably replied, re-' marking that it was with such re- gret that he said go...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
*m®mt MODERNS- THEATRE, 8 TiM. ERIDAY FRIDAY 8 P.M. ' GRE£T ROUBLE FJIA'JIUREiPROGRAMME. Two Splendid Minis on Ofte Programme. No. : l. , is here again Heart of*» Arizona BILL BOYD -as "Hopalpng" GEORGE fiAYES *a*''Windy Halliday'.' , bustler, .Rule ,fades out when Cassiply crashes in — 'defii&tely of the b ; e.st.,ofi the,Qassidy series. v No.-2.— Thrilling —iDramatic —; Tense "HUNTED, -jMB^M with \ MARY,AARLIS&E thrill packed story qf Killer: Joe Albany , who ( #iade .a.hideaway of a *private home. f ."i ~i.it. I! j:j_ £vi. ■ ' 'I.i . „ . ■. r,j( r ?> . i 8 p.m. . WEDNE§DSIY ( , : 8 ,p.m.. tGr&ndfloufole Feature Programntf, 7;, CHARLE|<BOYE;R ." '"* '' " ""'. '""" "in-, ..■TWABH&tr- A Thrilling Tale of Drama and Intrigue in a Great Continqntal Metropolis., j Also By Popular .Demand Return ;Seas,Qn of, Georgp Formby?s , Comedy Sensation 1, SBE" ieir for Universal Exhibition.) Bus- runs to usual Wednesday Timetable.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
2 p.m. Matinee SATURDAY Matinee 2 p.m. 8 P,M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. 8 p.m. Evening MONDAY Evening 8 p.m. o. IROBINHOOO; _a^_M_RH__^______Ba_^n£a___H_ll
". Heated Nightly For Your Comfort* MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY. SATURDAY 8 p.m. POPULAR DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME. N0.,1. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS JNR. VALERIE HOB'SION WHEN THIEF MEETS THIEF A daring Cat Burglar and a Stealer of Hearts in nets of their own weaving. No; 2— LIQNEL LUCY MANNHEIM JN . High Command Pulsating .Romance in a Far-flung Outpost of the ■ Empire. Approved for Universal Exhibition.
WEDDING. STRINGERKROHN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
A very pretty wedding . wasi solemnised on Tuesday last at the St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Upper Hutt, the contracting parties being. Emily Francis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. o.[ Krohn, Pine Avenue, Upper Hutt/ and Ralph Henry, son of Miv A. Stringer, Siiverstream. The bride, who entered the churchy on the arm of her father, wore a beautiful dress of mag- nolia satin, the veil being caught to the head with a head dress of orange blossom. Attending her as bridesmaids were Miss P. Krohn (sister of the bride), dressed ,in mermaid green and Miss N. King (friend of.the bride), in cyclamen. red, both carrying beautiful bouquets to tone. The duties of best man was carried out by Mr.' J. Stringer, of the, bridegroom, and Mr. P. Gallagher acted as grooms- man. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Brennan, full Nuptial Mass being celebrated. On leaving the Church, the organ- ist, Miss. P. Connolly, played the Wedding March. Over 70 guests were pr...
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. ELECTION OP MAYOR—EXTRA-ORDINARY VACANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.
ELECTION OP MAYOR—EXTRA-ORDINARY VACANCY.
•T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the following persons have been duly nominated for the office of MAYOR for the. Borough of Upper Hutt. BLEWMAN, James KEYS, Francis Percy McCURDY, Angus .John PURVIS, John RENDLE, Charles Arthur And there being only one vacancy to be' filled, a Poll will be taken sis be- . tween the said candidates, on Satur- day, 10th day of June, 1939, at the following places: — Borough Offices, Main Road, Upper Hutt. • Druids Hall, Main Road, Upper Hutt. Oddfellows' Hall, Main Road, Upper Hutt. Howell's Garage, corner of Camp and Main Streets, Trentham. - Siiverstream Social Hall, Silver- • stream. Makara County. Council Office, Ground Floor, Ballance - Street, Wellington. Polling Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dated at Upper Hutt this 30th day. of May, 1939. B. M. WILMSHURST, Returning Officer for the Borough of Upper Hutt.'
TE MARUA DIAMOND JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
TE MARUA DIAMOND JUBILEE.
Next Saturday promises to be ;i memorable day in the history of the Te Marua School and the Dia- mond Jubilee will be celebrated. Registrations have been coming in freely lately' and there will be over 200 past and present pupils in attendance. Ex-pupils and teachers are coming from as far as north as Auckland: ' Of the 12 survivors of the 19 Foundation pupils the following will be present:—Messrs. J., T. Benge and James Johnson (Upper Hutt), Arthur Evans (Here- taunga), Mesdames Mabey (nee ■Elizabeth Benge) Taita, .C. O. Jackson (nee Mabel Evans) Mas- terton, and O. Poulsen (nee Sarah Johnson) ■ Upper Hutt. Of the second day pupils, John Lawry (Upper Hutt), John McDonald ("Wellington) and Ernest Pink (Levin) will also be there. The following ex-teachers will also be present': Mesdames Brown (nee Banks) (1911-19), Wheatlev (1927-37), Benge (nee 1917-21, Miss Kershaw (1923-28 and the present Headmaster, Mr. "W. A. Macnab. An apology has also been recei...
TE MARUA BUS SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
TE MARUA BUS SERVICES.
. .The New Zealand Railway bus services have now been' extended from the Brown Owl to the Golf Links, a twice daily service being run. Although the s service has just been running' for a fortnight, it has been well patronised and will: prove a- great boon to the people at the head of the Valley. The,' persons responsible for get- ting/this extension were Mrs. W. Wilkes and. Messrs. J. : " J. Norman and Macnab. The extension of this service, will mean progress for thei district and:will probably encourage' more week-end cribs in the popular summer resort—the Plateau; • ,
CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
v At the Annual Meeting. of the Hutt Vailey; District: Fire Bri- gade's Association; held on Tues- day evening last at Petone, Sup- erintettdeirt M. "Wakelin arid Secretary G. Quthrie, of the Upper. Hutt Fire; Brigade, were elected President jand Vice-President re- spectively. ;
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH ELECTION OF MAYOR.
Stands for Economy; consistent with Efficiency. A Fair deal for all parts of the Borough. Retired and independent. Since retire- ment has found -a full and busy life a pleasant one. - Have been a resident and ratepayer in 'this District for 24 years. Your in- terests is - aiso' my interests, , VOTE PURVIS
A Consistent Worker for his Fellow Citizens.
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RANTED TO BUY for small de- posit, 3 or 4 roomed house, Up- per Hutt, Wallaeeville or Trentham. One needing repairs not objected to. —Apply,"A", Leader Office.
N.Z. LABOUR PARTY, StLVERSTREAM BRANCH. GRAND DANCE .to'be" held!at. SILVERSTREAM HALL .on WEDNESDAY, 14th JUNE Subs. 1/6. Bus leaves Upper Hutt P.O. 8 p.m. COMBINED UPPER HUTT FOOT- BALL AND GOALS' HOCKEY CLUBS DANCE MAJESTIC THEATRE, UPPER HUTT JUNE sth, -1939, 8 p.m. Sunshine Accordeon Band. Novelty Dances. Good Supper. Admission:—Ladies 2/-, Gents 2/6; Double 4/-.
VOTE McCURDY AND FAIR PLAY FOR ALL. WHY? WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
VOTE McCURDY AND FAIR PLAY FOR ALL. WHY?
"It is difficult to understand the motives of Councillors Blewman and Rendle in seeking to fill the chair rendered vacant by the death of our late Mayor, Mr Peter Robertson. Not by any stretch of the imagination can anyone justify the election of either of them on the ground of equal or greater ability than Mr Robertson. It would be even a greater phan- tasy to think that either would devel- op, qualities which neither has so far • shown signs of possessing by merely , removing from their present seats to the head of the table. Both gentle- men are secure in their respective Councillorships (and. Mr Blewman "al- so as Deputy Mayor) until the second week in May, 1941, and in these positions can demonstrate those abil- ities which they may or even may not have, shown hitherto at the""Council table or elsewhere. ' At the present moment there are four; pro-labour and four non-labour representatives at the Codncil table. To shuffl...
YOU DIDN'T! [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
Vote as you were bull-dozed to do at last election for Hospital Board;—-... Did you? . Waring and Price obtained 324 votes each and Spencer" 353. 1147 electors on East Ward" roll went to the poll. Of these 823 didn't vote for Messrs Price or Waring and 794 didn't vote for Mr T. Spencer.
You wouldn't employ an unskilled, man to pilot a ship simply because Hitler or Mussolini told you to-r— would, you? Remember wlio it was piloted the Borough through the de- pression; Reduced your rates with- out impairing efficiency; Procured mechanised equipment; when the fin- ances had been straightened put. Re- duced the "August Overdraft" of £8880 in 1931 until in august 1937 there was a credit balance of over £100.
TRAFFIC CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 1 June 1939
Inspector Ainsworth, most effici- ent, Inspector Peterson,, most tact- , ful;j and finally Inspector Davis, effi- cient and tactful and keen to pre- serve safety of pedestrians of all ages—all three alert and civil-spo- ken. Each a livin gexample of the need for official control of all traffic on roads. When our late Mayor was absent in Dunedin" the councillors unani- mously terminated' the arrangement whereby the borough had a 14-hours daily patrol service through the borr ough as well as oin the. adjoining areas. On Mr Robertson's return from the South he gave notice of mo- tion to rescind the resolution* but he was defeated-^—his four- Labour col- leagues and Councillor Rendle voted against him. In order to help the late Mayor in the matter McCurdy placed the details before the Hon. R. Semple and was informed that it would not be necessary to interview him as he had forwarded the. report to Mr Traffic Control Chief with authority to act. The late Mayor .hav...