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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 June 1939
G. Wheeler BOOT REPAIRER . (Late of S. A. Edwards and Son) lias taken over the business of Les Ross, opp. Majestic Theatre . (next McFadzean's Bakery.) 20 years' experience in the trade assures you of satisfaction. All Repairs at City Prices. . Men's Footwear from 21/- to 31/- in stock, NOTE.—Trentham— Stlverstream customers, leave your repa rs &,% ED. Wheeler's Barber Shop, Camp St.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
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PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T.Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST GLASS DINING ROOM.
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MA IN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. - Daily Deliveries.
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Acei Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M; UPPER HUTT,
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Upper Hutt’s Centennial Mayor COUNCILLOR J. BLEWMAN ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
Upper Hutt’s Centennial Mayor
COUNCILLOR J. BLEWMAN ELECTED
Mr James Blewman, the Labour Party's selection for the Mayoral office was elected on Saturday last to fill the vacancy caused by the death o'f Mr P. Robertson. The poll was not a large one as only 1645 people voted out of 3350 on the roll, which shows the apathy of over half the electors- on such an important issue. Mr Blewman received"a majority of 193 over Mr J. Purvis next on the list, who in turn was followed by Mr C. A. Rendle, Mr P. Keys and Mr A. J. Mc Curdy. - . , . The new Mayor has had "considerable Municipal experience having been a member of the Council for a number of years. By occupation Mr Blewman is a dairy farmer at Trentham, to which he was a member of the Government Printing Office staff. \ The election .of Mr Blewman will leave a vacancy on 'Borough Council, of which he was a member, this necessitating an- other by-election to fill his position on the Council. Once again Mr Purvis ran into se...
AFTER THE RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
AFTER THE RESULT.
The result of the election was posted outside the Borough Offices*- shortly after 7.30 p.m., and- when it was known that' Mr Biewman . had been elected the large crowd assembled gave him a great re- ception. , - , ;-.; -5' '/, • Speaking from the platform,' Mr Biewman thanked all -who had , recorded their votes in his fav- our,' specially thanking the Elec- tion Committee of the Labour Party for its splendid work in the campaign. ' The new Mayor stated that the policy laid down by the late Mayor (Mr P. Robertson) and his Coun- cil'would" be faithfully, carried out.. He promised the 'people he w aid do his best to satisfy everyoi -. in a fair and impartial way. I Mr Biewman then called : oVs Mr Purvis to address the assembly/ Mr Purvis stated that* as the candidate "carrying the opposition banner to Mr Biewman, he want- ed to congratulate him ' on . his success. He took satisfaction at the-thought that he obtained the rote cast in his favour without the
ELECTION NOTICE. THANKS! [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
We i desire ®n behalf ef the Labour By-election Committee to sin- cerely tliank all those who in any way contributed to the magni- ficent Success achieved by Mr. J.;.'file^m^v 6m;.S^uraay..^t.;,.■ ' We are particularly response :of car owners who unselfishly placed their Cars at the disposal of- the Committee and we trust that we may have the .same/measure of co-operation, at the coming By-election. \ * Finally, congratulations to the electors of Upper Hutt on the wisdom displayed at the ballot box on June 10th. R; a. MORG-ANi Chairmaa. @v J; PLUMMER, Secretary.
LOYAL ROSE OF SHARON LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
LOYAL ROSE OF SHARON LODGE.
The fortnightly meeting of the above Loidge was held at Trentham on 'Wednesday, 7th June, Bro R. Goodman; N.G-., presiding. The Dis- trict Grand Master, the Deputy D.G.M, ; and: installing officers were present, as well as visitors .from Loyal Sister Wallis Lodge, Welling- ton. A vote of congratulation to the N.G. and lodge officers, - on winning the Ritual Shield, was carried Dy acclamation. Bro N .Grigg reported on the indoor bowling tournament at Petone on the king's Birthday, Bro Reilly on the Past Grands' even- ing when the Ritual Shield was pre- sented to Rose of Sharon Lodge, and Bro Bird on the bowling tournament with the Druids, now in progress. After being duly welcomed, the District Officers installed , the , offi- cers elect into the various chairs as follows:Bro Reilly, N.G.; Bro Web- V.G.; Bro Braddock, Elect. Sec; Sis Webber, Warden; Bro Y. Grigg, Guardian;-Bro N. Grigg, First Con- ductor; Sis Whitfield, Second Con- ductor; Lecture Mi...
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE.
Deputy Superintendent Harlen took' the monthly inspection last Thursday, and complimented the men. upon their smart appearance., There is a healthy spirit of rivalry among the firemen that none shall come on parade with slovenly look. The' following monthly meeting was pre- sided over by Superintendent Mason. One new member was. proposed, and will be ballotted for at the next monthly meeting. An interesting re- port was given by Secretary F. Smith, of the deliberations of the quarterly meeting of the HuttJ Valley Fire Brigades'' Association. A photo- graph of the delegate to the Wanga- nui Conference was presented by Fireman Hannibal. Enlarged photo- graphs of the College fire and of the opening ceremony of the new Silver- stream station were donated by a supporter of : the The latter photograph has an added interest, in that,, the late Mayor, Mr. P. Robert- son, declared the. new station open. " When these pictures are framed and hung in the meeting...
BOROUGH OF UPPER HUTT. ELECTION OF MAYOR—EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
BOROUGH OF UPPER HUTT.
ELECTION OF MAYOR—EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY.
PURSUANT, to Section 32 of th« • Local Election and Polls Act, 1925, I hereby given notice that the number of votes received by ■ each candidate for the office of MAYOR for the Borough of Upper Hutt is as follows:— -r- ' ; BLEWMAN, James .',;, .. 713 KEYS, Francis Percy ,'. . "126 McCURDY; Angus John . . 117 PURVIS, John .. .. 509 RENDLE, Charles Arthur 232 And I- hereby declare the said James Biewman to be duly elected to such Office. Dated at Upper Hutt this 13th day of June, 1<939. " B. M. WILMSHURST, , . Returning Officer.
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. Election of One Councillor East Ward to fill Extra ordinary Vacancy. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.
Election of One Councillor East Ward to fill Extra ordinary Vacancy.
PURSUANT to the provisions of the Local Elections and • Polls Act, 1925 and its amendments, I HERE- BY GIVE NOTICE that an election will be held on Wednesday, 12th July, 19 39, for the purpose of elect- ing one Councillor for East Ward' of the Borough, of Upper Hutt in place of James-Biewman/ ] I hereby appoint the Council Of- fices, ;Main Road, Upper Hutt, as the place, and Friday 30th day of June, 1939| before'noon, as the day for the , nomination of candidates for such Office. , Nominations must be made on vhe prescribed form obtainable from the undesigned-, and must be accom- panied by a deposit of three pounds . (£3) ; ;)i- rf " « Dated at Upper Hutit this 14th day of June, 1939. B. M. WILMSHURST, Returning Officer for the Borough of Upper Hutt.
EDUCATION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
Nominations closed on Thursday last for the election of one member to the Wellington Education Board. The vacancy being caused through the death of Mr P. Robertson. Six nominations were received from all parts of the Education Board area, which * comprises Upper Hutt, Tai'fa, Stokes Valley, Wainui, Eastbourne, Mungaroa, Jiaitoke, and Wallaceville, this side and Pfimmer- ton. Johnsonville Titahi Bay -and surrounding districts on the other side. Mr A. E. : Robinson, chairman of the Upper Hutt School "Committee, has accepted nomination, and it will be interesting to know the result of the election which- takes place on Thursday, June 29th.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SECOND SUNDAY AFTBR TRINITY. v St. John's, 11 a.m., Holy Com- munionand Litany; 7 p.nou Evensong (Mr Avery). St Hilda's, 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar) / St Mary's, 7 p.m., Even- scng (Mr Mason). AlcatarSka, 9.30 a.m., Holy. Communion; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr Tomlin). NOTE. A Special Service for men will be. held at Trentham; on Sunday, 25th June, at 7 p.m. REV. N .E. WINHALL, Vicar. 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. ~ '- Gospel Hall, Upper Hutt, Sunday, June 18.—2.30 p.m., Sunday School; •7 p.m., Gospel Meeting. Speaker, Mb F. Goulston. A hearty welcome 'to all. Presbyterian " Church.—Upper Hutt, 11 a.m., Rtev. J. C.MeCaw; 7 p.m., Mr F. E. Chappell. Trent- ham, 7- p.m., Mr Kirkley. Wal- laceville, 2 pm., Rev J. C. McCaw (Communion). Silverstream, 7 p.m.. Rev J. C. McC'aw (Com- munion).
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday, June 15th. HARRY CAREY IN "THE LAW WEST OF TOMBSTONE" with Jim Holt as the "Tonto Kid" and Evelyn Brent, ■; Jean Rouverol, - Clarence Kolb and Allan Lane. , A thrilling tale of the roaring 80s. Universal Exhibition. Saturday & Monday, 17th & 19th June. A picture you have been hoping for: It has everything. v RONALD COLMAN IN" "IP I WERE KING with a distinguished cast headed by Frances Dee, Basil Rathbone as "King Louis," C. Y. France, Ellen Drew, Alma .Lloyd and Henry Wilcoxon. No half price on Saturday. Free list suspended. (Universal Exhibition.;) • Tuesday, June 20th. A double feature programme. Patric Knowles & Ann Sheridan * , , in "THfc PATIENT IN ROOM 18" AND Ronald Regan & Mary Maguire.. in "SERGEANT MURPHY" (Adult audiences.)
J. McFApZEAN BAKER. . Try. our certified < WHOLEMEAL BREAD as recommended by'trie 1 Women's Food Value League. Also " • ENERGY and MILK BREAD' ' a specialty. Phone '180. We Deliver. F. F. HERCO...
THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
J WISH to thank very sincerely the Electors who gave me their sup- port, for the Mayoralty. The vote was a good one, considering the loaded dice against me. It is grati- fying to know that I ihave so many friends in the Borough who will not countenance any side issues put up against me. I thank each and all for thejsupport given me, and'l trust that I have still the confidence of even those who voted against me at the election. .J. PURVIS
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
MAJESTIG- -8 P.M. SATURDAY. SATURDAY $ p.m. POPULAR DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME. SATURDAY 8 P.M. SATURDAY Another Popular Double Feature Programme. • With ■— Follow Your Heart MICHAEL BAfeTLETT MARION TALLEY Hilarious Humour — Scintillating Songs — Twink- ling Toes — "Follow your Heart" to happiness and unforgettable entertainment. / Together with THE SHADDOW Mystery — Suspense — Thrills.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
|M AYF AIR UPPER HUTT'S MOEfERN STEAM-HEATED THEATRE. 18 P.M. FRIDAY . FRIDAY 8 P.M. Popular Price Night. An Unusually Bright Double Feature Programme. (1) Just a Few Linfs from Gray Paree BUT VpiAT LlftES! Gold Diggers in Paris Featuring RUDY VALLEE ROSEMARY LANE HUGH HERBERT ALLEN JENKINS As Beautiful as 'Paris itself —and ten times as enter- taining as any other Musical Show you've ever seen — ,Fun — Frolic — Laughter — as the Broadway Beauties start making in Gray Paree. (2) A Light Captivating Comedy "THE AFF4£RS $F ANNABELLA" Starring ... JACK OAKIE LUCILLE BALL The hilarious adventures of a Press Agent and a temperamental Movie Star. ♦ ♦ ♦»»-»-»♦ »•♦ ♦♦«•••«»»♦♦♦» ♦"» »♦•*»• >■»-♦-»-♦-»-»-♦ ♦»»»♦♦ »■♦ * • • 2 p.m. Matinee SATUI|PAY Matinee 2 p.m. 8 p.m. Evening SATURDAY Evening 8 p.m. 8 p.m. Evening MONDAY Evening 8 p.m. Torn From The Pages Of History! SV E Z Starring ANNABELLA TYRONE POWER I LORETTA YOUNG- NIGEL BRUCE I but of Choking Sand ... from'the clutch of the raid-...
UPPER HUTT TERRITORIAL PLATOON. HANDING OVER CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
UPPER HUTT TERRITORIAL PLATOON.
HANDING OVER CEREMONY.
The handing over ceremony of the above Platoon will take place Oh Thursday, June 29th, at 8 p.m. ? when the President of the Platoon' Associ- ation, Colonel F. W. Kemp, M.C., will carry out; the duty of handing over to the Commanding Officer of the First Wellington Regiment. The ceremony, which is unique in its kind, should be witnessed by as many people as possible, to show the lads the- esteem in which they are held by the citizens of the borough and district. Arrangements are being made for accommodation of the general public at a nominal, charge. The local branch-of the R.S.A; is taking a keen interest in the welfare of these young men and it is antici- pated, that there will be a large body of ex-service men present to witness the ceremony. At the conclusion Of the ceremony dancing will be indulged in. . • The young men of the district are specially invited to the ceremony ds at present the platoon is not quite ...
MEETING OF COMMITTEE. UPPER HUTT AND DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
MEETING OF COMMITTEE.
UPPER HUTT AND DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.
At a meeting of the committee.of the Upper Hutt Horticultural i So- ciety Mr' Fleming, President, an- nounced that Mrs Knox Gilmer had consented to become Patron -of the Society. Mr A. Johnson was ap- pointed Secretary, and Mr Taylor Treasurer. Donations were received from Mr and Mrs Green (Akata- rawa), and Mr Terry (Trentham). The Te Ar'o Seed Company has pro- mised to donate a trophy, and Mr Fleming iritimated his -intentioil of presenting a trophy for the best- kept garden including the path out- side tlie garden. At the meeting it was reported that the Borough Council was b.usv with a scheme for the beautification of Upper Hutt and.it is the earnest desire of the Society to. co-operate with them. Accordingly three dele- gates, Messrs Fleming, Wakelin and Wale were chosen to. .wait oh . 'the Co-uncil for that purpose.
TE MARUA SCHOOL JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
TE MARUA SCHOOL JUBILEE.
The ex-pupils of the Te Marua School wish to thank the committee for the splendid way in which they arranged the various functions con- nected with the recent jubilee. They are to be congratulated on the ex- cellent way everything was carried out. All must have worked 'hard to make the affair the "success . it "was. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. On behalf-of all the ex-pupils we wish to place oh record our-£pprecia-. tion and thanks to the' committee, especially Mr Mcnab ? the present teacher at Te Mafua.