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SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The monthly meeting of the Siiverstream Women's Institute v-s held recently, there being a r >ood attendance o_: members and friends. Miss R. Van Staveren gave a very interesting talk on "Gas Precautions in War Time" which was much appreciated. The speaker was presented with a beautiful floral spray by Mrs. Jefcoate, President. Competitions were won by Mrs. Hannibel, apron; Mrs. O'Reilly. cggless cake; and Mrs. McGrath had the best bloom for the month. The annual party for member's husbands was held recently and was a pronounced success. It was very well attended and the pro- gramme, which opened /with a Nigger Minstrel show (by mem- bers) was very bright and there were no . dull moments. The home-made supper was much en- joyed by all present. Another of the month's activi- ties was a children's, plain and fancy dress nartv. given to aug- ment the funds for the "Women's ' Queen in connec- tion with the recent Queen Carni- val. As a result- of...
RUGBY. UPPER HUTT'S FIRST DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
UPPER HUTT'S FIRST DEFEAT.
.. '.The local junior team'met their L first defeat, on Saturday last, when Training College severely trounc-<> ed them by 23 noints to three.' 7 Training College has not yet -been defeated .this but have defaulted on two occasions during the holiday term. The large number o£ spectators nresent were entertained to* some really snarklinsr football, the back nlav of the visitors bemg an eye- opener. • - | From the kick off, Upner Hutt opt aroinsr and for a quarter of an hour keut the Training College nenned in .their own half, but to drive home the oppor- tunities afforded them. Training College got going and it was seen that their backs were a class above bur own, their passiner being 1 par excellence. '- l As the game progressed, the visitors si owl v '.took control of the match and in the end finished ]ut> with five tries, four'of which fiwere converted. ')\ TTnTver "Hutt secured their noints _j]|ffom a benalty. which Morton m ...
PRESENTATION TO MRS. BRADLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
PRESENTATION TO MRS. BRADLEY.
At the conclusion of the Male Choir Concert on Tuesday even- ing, Mrs. R. Bradley, who ,is leaving the district, was the cipient of a presentation in the form of an autographed copy of the Oxford Companion to Music. In making the presentation, Mr. W. S. Josland referred to the great assistance Mrs. Bradley ' had given to the Choir since its inception. On behalf of the mem- bers, he expressed to both Mr. and Mr. Bradley their best wishes for their future at Hamilton.
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END. RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END.
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Petone, Maidstone Park, No. 1, 2.45— W. T., Wilson. Upper' Hutt Thirds v. Hutt, Maidstorie Park, No. 2, 2.45.— T. Curtin". Upper Hutt Fourths v. Poneke, Quin's Post, No. 1, 2.45.— R. Waterhouse. Upper Hutt Fifths v. Petone, Quin's Post, No. 2, 2.4s.—H.'Me- ' Kechney. ' , ' "
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY, v' Trentham—ll a.m., Family Service; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Avery). Upper Hutt—B a.m., H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar). iSilverstream —9.30 a.m., H. 0.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Mason).'. Akatarawa —7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Finlay). 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. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, JULY 2nd. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School;:. 7 p.m., Bright Gospel Service. Speaker: Mr. J. Davison. "A. hearty welcome to all. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt —11 aim., Rev. J. C. McCaw. , . Upper Hutt—7 p.m., Supply. Wallaceville—2 p.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. Trentham—r7 p.m., Rev J. C McCaw. Siiverstream —7 p.m., F. E. Chappell. FOR SALE. PIANO (Halse),£7; 3 Hospital beds complete, £1/5/- each; 2 extension Morris chairs, £1 each; 3 pictures, £1; 2 wicker chairs,. 7/6 each; dinner gong, 5/-; book- shelf, 3/-; couch, 2f...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
HAZELWOODS DEPARTMENT STORE SENSATIONAL 8 DAYS SALE FRIDAY JUNE 28th to SATURDAY JULY Bth '~^~^^~ mm^^^^~ mm^—l^^—^^—~^*i^——^^m'^^—mm———~ii-mmmm^^~mimmmmi^^mi^^eZo DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN GENTS' SUITS HOSIERY AND GLOVES. AND OVERCOATS, LADIES' PURE SILK HOSE, 3/9 Pair, new shades. 50 MEN'S SUITS ALL MARKED WITH LADIES' GORTON HOUSE STOCKINGS, 1/3 Pair. SALE PRICES " LADIES' ALL WOOL HOSE, 2/6 Pair. LADIES' ALL WOOL UNDER HOSEi, 2/6 Pair. 1 Only HOWE'S OXHIDE! LEATHER OVERCOATS. LADIES' ASTRAGELAN GLOVES, 3/11 Pair. Size 4, £6/6/- for 90/-. * Brown, Fawn, Navy, Scarlet. 1 only ROAN LEATHER OVERCOAT 1 . Size 6, for 55/-. DRESS MATERIALS. 60 GENTS' OVERCOATS all greatly reduced and mark- SCARLET COATING, 36in. wide." 2/11 yd. Ed with Sale Prices. TWEED, ALL WOOL, 36in. wide, 2/6 yd. . „ _ „ . ._ " ~..,. , TWEED, S/WOOL, 36in., 1/11 yd. All Goods for Sale at Sale Price wiU be marked wu.h FLORAL MAROCAIN, 36in., 1/3 yd. iSale Tickets. PEPPLE OREOPE, 36in., 9d. yd. __ WINDSWEPT CREPE, Blue ...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. COUNCILLORS LEAVE THE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
COUNCILLORS LEAVE THE MEETING.
A.sudden ending to the Council meeting on Thursday evening last was witnessed probably for the • ,|h?st :time in v New Zealand, whenvJCouneillor Rendle, followed by .Councillors Gray, Greig, and Poison left the meeting. The-circumstances which caus- ed the diversion was the nomina- tion of one member to the Hutt Valley' Electric Power Board to replace the late Mr. P. Robertson. His Worship the Mayor stated the position had to be rilled with- in two months from the death- of the late Mayor, and then moved that Councillor H. Lancaster be appointed. This was seconded by Councillor A. W. Richardson. The Mayor then asked if there were any further nominations. - Councillor C. A. Rendle sug- gested that the matter be held over, until there was a full Coun- cil present. If we proceed;with the appointment now the Mayor may find himself in ~ the unenvi- able position of having to give a casting vote. It wuld be a cour- tesy to the Co...
COUNCIL MEETING STILL ADJOURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
COUNCIL MEETING STILL ADJOURNED.
. The adjourned Council meeting called for Tuesday evening last has again to be held over' owing to not sufficient members being present to form a quorum! At 7.30 p.m. sharp, the time the meeting was called for, the Mayor took his seat, followed by Councillors Lancaster, ' Richard- son and Clyma. After waiting half-an-hour for any appearance of other Councillors, the Town Clerk read the notice sent to each Councillor calling the meeting. The Mayor stated that they were still at a deadlock, not hav- ing a quorum. This deliberate action carried out by four mem- bers' of the Council was letting the ratepayers and residents down by not allowing the ordinary meeting of the Council to go on. We have an accumulation of work piling up, yet we cannot carry out our duty. "I say its no credit to these gentlemen." One of them has had long experience on the Council during which time there has been differences of opinion, heated arguments, but I can say T ha...
BANK MANAGER FAREWELLED. MR. FINDLAY'S SERVICES EULOGISED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 June 1939
BANK MANAGER FAREWELLED.
MR. FINDLAY'S SERVICES EULOGISED.
Members of the Business com- munity met together on Monday evening at the Rose of Sharon Hall to farewell Mr. Findlay, who for the past seven years has car- ried out the duties of Bank Man- ager for the Bank of Australasia in Upper Hutt. Mr. Findlay is leaving on pro- motion to Te Aroha at the end >f the week. ~ Opportunity was also taken to welcome Mr. Barkman, who suc- ceeds Mr. Findlay. Mr. J. T. -Benge carried out the duties of Chairman, and in a short resume, gave those present an illustration of the growth of the Bank of Australasia in Upper Hutt. In proposing the toast of Mr. and Mrs. Findlay, Mr. Benge stated how much they would be missed in the district and wished him and his family. the best of luck in their home. The Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, in supporting the Chairman, stateol they were all sorry to know that . Mr. Findlay, was leaving Upper Hutt, but wished him every suc- cess at Te Aroha. Mr, B. M. ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
IMPORTANT NOTICE ON PAGE TWO
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UPPER HUTT BOROUGH ELECTION Election of Councillor East Ward [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH ELECTION
Election of Councillor East Ward
VOT E PURVIS '■'■A , Consistent Worker For His Fellow
VOTE PURVIS ~ t Whose Administration Policy Will Be For Ratepayers' Interests.
Ladies and (Gentlemen, '% ' Recent developments in the Council have shown that, at this By-election, Electors must decide whether they desire the affairs of their Borough to be controlled by the Executive of the Labour Party, or by the Council. I am standing for Absolute Independence in Munici- pal Affairs, and if elected, my support will be given to those Councillors who will support a policy of adminis- tering the affairs of the Borough in a prudent manner. Think of all'the dangers and unhappy possibilities of handing over the control of your Council affairs to the Executive of the Local Branch of the Labour Party, or to any other political organisation. VOTE to keep your Council free of Party politics and your Borough interests. Support a good, sound fair minded Pro...
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. Extraordinary Vacancy Election of One Councillor East Ward. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.
Extraordinary Vacancy Election of One Councillor East Ward.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the following persons have been duly nominated for the Office of COUNCILLOR EAST WARD of the Borough of Upper. Hutt. PLUMMER, Orien Joseph PURVIS, John And there being only one vacancy to be filled, a Poll will be taken as between the said candidates, on Wednesday, 12th -July, 1939, at the following places:— Borough Offices, Main Road, • Upper Hutt. pruids'; Hall, Main Road, Upper : Hutt.' Wallaceville Railway Station, Room 1. - . - Oddfellows' Hall, Main Road,= Upper Hutt. : -Howell's Oarage, Main Road, Trentham. Makara,• County Council Chamb-. ers, Ground Floor, Ballanee Street, Wellington. . Polling Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dated at Upper Hutt this 30th day of June, 1939. B. M. WILMSHURST, Returning Officer for the Borough of Upper Hutt.
LOCAL TERRITORIAL PLATOON LANDED OVER TO WELLINGTON REGIMENT. IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
LOCAL TERRITORIAL PLATOON LANDED OVER TO WELLINGTON REGIMENT.
The recently-formed Upper Hutt platoon of the Ist "Battalion, the Wellington Regiment (City ol: Wellington's' Own) was handed oyer ? by the Mayor of Upper Hutt, Mr. J. Blewman; to. Major F L Hunt, N.Z,,5.C., Area Staff Officer, at a ceremony held in Upper Hutt last Thursday night in conjunc- tion, with a dance sponsored by the Upper Hutt Branch of the R.S.A. Half of the net proceeds of the dance are to be donated.to the funds of the platon. The platon marched to the hail to the music of pipers! It took iip a position in the .centre o£ the hall, tbere prepared for'in- spection, The platoon commanci- er, Lieutenant Elliott; re- ported to the Mayor of Upper Hutt, Mr. Blewman, who inspect- ed, the ! platoon. Mr. Blewman was accompanied by Colonel F. W. Kemp, M.C., President of the platoon' Association, and-Mr.'S. F. Carver, M.M., of the Upper Hutt Branch of the Re- turned Soldiers' Association...
APPEAL FOR RECRUITS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
APPEAL FOR RECRUITS
At the. Territorial Function last ■ week, an appeal to, the'young of the district was made by the President , ; of the R.S.A. ; (Mr. Carver). He stated that the state- ment was being made that the ex- ■soldier was. putting the burden of defence on the youth" of the coun- try, but we had only to • glance' at.the figures to see that the "old hands" were leading Class I.and 111. in enrolments.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. .BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. v . ' One Quality Only THE BEST. . I'hone 258. Daily Deliveries. F.F.HERCOOK Telephone 66. Telephone 66. Small Tins Tomato Soup, 7d. Large Tins Tomato Soup, 1/-. Small Packets Soup, 3d. Large Packets Soup, sd. 5 Tins Sardines; 1/-. • . Dried Apricots, Bd. lb. h Tins Pink Salmon, Bd. Large Tins Pineapple, Bd. ; 2001b.;Sks.'Pollard, 17/6. . GOODS DELIVERED,
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
o^^*^^S^^^^A^m%OmmmmWm%mmWmmm^ I 8 p.m. Friday—Popular Price Night—Friday 8 p.m. Outstanding Double Feature Programme. HOPALONG CASISIDY RIDES AGAIN! WITH WILLIAM BOYD CASSIDY OF BAR 20 .■ ■ "' • • •■ The Bar 20 Boys go into action against a lawless band of Texas Border ruffians and-bring law and order "again to a distressed countryside. I Also—Paramount's sensational Expose of the* high- way racket that uses beautiful girls as bait TIP OFF GIRLS WITH Lloyd Nolan — Mary Carlisle — Larry Crabbe. ■A young G-Man tears the top oft* the newest, most daring big-time racket. .r . ■ 2 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAYS 2 p.m. ;B -p.iia. 8 p.m. Monday/ 8 p.m. Direct from a two-weeks' season-of crowded houses at the King's Theatre, Wellington. GRACIE FIELDS :?; in her newest and brightest— .' ' . KEEP SMILING Everything you want to entertain you—laughs— thrills—song hits by Gracie Fields in the season's happiest story. Excellent Supporting Programme of Short Subjects. Don't Miss This Merry Film. It Will M...