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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
(To the Editor). Sir, May'-we trespass upon your spf.ee to make a brief reply to Mr. T. G. Hueheson. We wish to point out that we committed no "breach of. pri/i- --lege" in our last letter as implied by that correspondent. The state- ment we repeated namely, '/that he would strike out all names, if he bothered to record his vote," was-, not made in committee,* the chairman being absent from the room. Mr.. Hutcheson either forgot this: fact or/is not conversant with business procedure, namely that the committee automatically go ii:to recess when the president leaves the chair, unless a deputy is- appointed. Mr. Hutcheson should take this lesson unto himself 'and •'' stick to Ms guns':" / ■ J. C. BENGE, D. A. GRIFFIN,
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK END. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK END.
RUGBY. ; Upper Hutt Juniors v. Welling- ington College Old Boys, Maid- stone Park, No. 1, 2.45 p.m., L Ramsay. . Upper Hutt Thirds -y. Univer- sity, Maidstone Park, No. 2, 2.45 p.m., H. McKegney. " Upper Hutt Fourths v. Pet one, Hutt Park, .No. 4, 2.45: p.m., W, Robertson Upper Hutt Fifths "v. Welling- ton, Quinn's Post, No. 2, 2.45.., p.m., W. Benton. '•'•'• :.
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
The. Ist Division Junior team of the -Warriors Hockey team were defeated on Saturday* last by Petone after a good game: by 4 goals to nil. The. most 'out- standing players for the losers were L. Farrow in goal, McGf-hie and Burrell, half : baeks. This team is still a long way from proper combination, but no doubt a season's "play will see some improvement. The second team Continues on their winning way. This last week Huia were ' their victims. The score of B—38 —3 gives some idea of th c quality "that this te am com- prises, as they have hot lost a match this, season.
BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
The Silverstream hall presented a very gay scene ' recently when the Upper Hutt branch of . the Women's Division, Farmers' Union celebrated their seventh birthday. The function took the form of a party—games, dancing and items being enjoyed until a late hour. Dance music was pro- vided by Mrs. Harry Edwards. Items which were much appre- ciated, were given by Miss Ker- shaw (musical monologue) ; Mrs. Frank Whiteman (pianoforte solos).. Exhibition dances of the '' Park Parade and modern waltz were given bp pupils of Miss Eva Draper. An amusing cqmetition-was won by Mrs. Dalton. Mr.. George Cotton was M.C. Mesdames Biewman, ■ Morris; Lindsay and Collie, provided the ingredients for the birthday cake, which was 'made by Mrs. Harold Scholes and cut by Mesdames Col- lie- and August. This formed a feature of a delicious home-made supper. Mrs; Frank Scholes (Hon. Secretary) spoke . briefly and thanked those responsible for the birthday cake. She asked mem- bers' to' pl...
INSTALLATION OF UPPER HUTT'S NEW MAYOR [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
INSTALLATION OF UPPER HUTT'S NEW MAYOR
A very pleasing ceremony was performed on Wednesday evening last, when the - newly-elected Mayor for • the . Borough, Mr. J. B'Jewman was installed. The ceremony was nerformed at the Bormiorh Council Chamb- ers: the . Town Clerk (Mr.- B. Wilmshurst) conducting the necessary sweariuß" in. Usually the installation takes n-ffcer the triennial Muni-
eipal election when, if there is a change the outgoing Mayor form? ally, hands over the office to his successor. On this occasion, however, the custom could not be carried out owing -to the death of the previous Mayor, Mr. P. Robertson, neither could the Deputy-Mayor of the Council officiate, as Mr. Blewman himself held that office before being elected Chief' Magistrate. ; After the completion of the ceremony, the new Mayor and Mayoress entertained the members of the Council, their wives, mem- bers of the staff and others to Slipper at the Red Robin %ea Rooms. During the - supper various toa...
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The Upper Hutt Women's In- stitute held a very pleasant ing recently when they entertain- ed the gentlemen. The; hall was tastefully- decorated with stream- ers and balloons in the Colours of the Institute. ,The evening consisted of games, competitions, songs '- and dances. The music for the dances l were supplied by Mesdames Robinson and Wnitemah, and the hoyelty dance was won by Mr. Calder. Other competition winners were Mrs. C. Stroud, Miss E. M. Tay- lor and Mr. T. Spencer. The: Monte Carlo winners were Mes- dames Biggs and' Weatherly. Mrs. Galey was the successful winner of.the Mime' Competition, acted by Mrs- Spjencer. Presentations of shoulder sprays were made by the President to Whitem'an, ... Robinson, Boutley and Hyslop: A bouquet was also sent to Mrs. R Bradley, who was unaVoidably absent. On btehalf of the gentlemen, Mr. F. Jackson thanked the ladies for. entertaining them to such a splendid-evening'a enjoyment, :
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
UPPER HUTT LABOUR PARTY. 500 CARD PARTY SATURDAY, JUNE 24th,, 19.39. ST t HILDA'S HALL, 8 P.M., SHARP, f ADMISSION 1/-.**.* GOOD PRIZES AND SUPPER. J. STRINGER WOOD, COAL & COKE MERCHANT. SAND & GRAVEL CARRYING. -Phone A46v ■■ SILVERSTREAM. F. F. HERCOCK Telephone 66. Telephone 66. .;mall Tins Tomat_ 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. Tins. Pineapple, Bd. 2001b. Sks. Pollard, 17/6. GOODS DELIVERED. W- S. GILLBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM. PHONE 65 Upper Hutt : 1, WINTER IS HERE—Now is the time to have your Battery and Ignition checked over. Quick Starting. SERVICE STATION GORDON B. GREEN MOTOR MECHANIC AND GENERAL ENGINEER,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
CAMPPICTHRES TRENTHAM. Thursday, June 22nd. A Mad and Merry Story Lucille Ball & James Ellison in MAB&Y 1 ' With Lee Bowman and Granville Bates. Ah hilarious Comedy Hit. (Adult Audiences.) Saturday and Monday, June 24th and 26th. The Funniest picture ever made. ROBINSON - ." ".■'..-..•" in ■"• . -.•'-. vSV ' ■■■' "A SLIGHT CASE OF MURDER M . With Jane Bryan, Allen Jenkins, Ruth Donnelly, Williard Parker and John Litel. Edward G. Robinson puts on his Top Hat, White Tic and . . . Tommy Guru ■ .-"- *' Also Donald Duck in "Donald's <3olf Game." ; ' (Adult Audiences.) v Tuesday, June 27tn. JACK BENNY & JOAN BENNETT '■' :" : ■ ■'■ .•-iisr,"'-- ' ' : -■■• < 'STRANDED IN PARIS'' With Mary Bolandi Charley Grape- win, Fritz Feid, Joyce Compton, ::•. and the "Yacht Club Boys." (Adult Audiences.) MRS. M. OLDHAM "WISHES to announce that after Saturday, June 24th, Hemstitch- ing and Dressmaking will be carri«2d on at her residence, Liverpool St., Trentham. Orders may be left at ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT
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THURSDAY, JTMEi/'29th, 1939.
TO THE ELECTORS OF EAST WARD [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
TO THE ELECTORS OF EAST WARD
Ladies and Gentlemen, In furtherance of the candidature of Mr. Plummer, the Labour nominee for the -Council by-election, may we be permitted to make brief reference to a few points on his behalf. Mr. Plummer has resided in Upper Hutt practically "the whole of his life and has a thorough appreciation of the J economic and social requirements of the district. He is. an excellent public speaker, and. will fill the position of Borough Councillor with dignity. He will greatly assist in Council deliberations on account oP his knowledge of procedure, and debating ability. He considers that the women of the district have been unjustly treated by past Councils, and will urge- that immediate consideration be given the erection of a Ladies' Rest Room. He will support early consideration being given to the perman- ent surfacing of footpaths. He will press for a more rapid extension of the G-overnment Housing Scheme. ' . , He will give full support to the Labou...
Upper Hutt Borough Election. ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR EAST WARD [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
Upper Hutt Borough Election.
ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR EAST WARD
Ladies and Gentlemen, At the request of a large num-ber of Ratepayers . and Elector's of the. East Ward who uphold myprmciple of doing my utmost to refrain from introducing Parlypolitics in local Borough'affairs, I am accepting nomination. I havedone sb, because of my sole de- sire to do my best of behalf of theßatepayers and Citizens as a whole. I think you will agree with me,- that is, those of you people who have an unbiased, andbroadminded way of thought m regards'to our local Borough af-fairs. At all times during the . years I have been your representu-tive, both on the Borough Coun- cil, and Wellington Hospitalßoard, I have voted and used my judgment, as my way of thought guided me, and I intend doing so at all times, as I have done in the past. I have many friends who uphold me in this contention. It. is not my intention, at this time to expostulate with you all, my many virtues. These are all a matter ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
. (To the Editor). It is|\thought. by some that the four Cpuncillprs who left; the meeting I ;are,- holding up the ordin- ary business. This is not so, as the ( ,Mayor can call a special meeting, pi the Council to deal with thisvhusiness or he can agree as requested/ to hold the app oint- ment pi the representative to the Power Board over until after ,the by-election. Either procedure will enable the ordin- ary business of the, Council to bo immediately dispatched—hence he and not the four Councillors is holding up the Council business. "PROCEDURE."
SILVERSTREAM RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
SILVERSTREAM RAILWAY STATION.
(To the Editor). •Sir, Now that the shouting and the tumult of the Mayoral election are over, I would suggest to the new Mayor, and his Council.-that they give some consideration to the need for better station facili- ties at Siiverstream. I hazard a guess that the present building was the one erected when the first train ran to Siiverstream in 1875. With the settling of the Pin«?- havon, and Guildford Estates, the increased traffic from the College, and growth.' of Siiverstream gen- erally, the present building is most inadequate. Amenities for ladies 'and children are urgent iv needed, as well as a longer plat- form.. There is no verandah, and la wet weather, those unable'to se- cure standing room hi the shed, must perforce huddle in the rain until 't]he ' train arrives." Several trains prqss at Silyerstream, and. that means' passengers" must cross two of rails to board the train they desire to travel by. Then there is an awkward high reach up t...