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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
(To the Editor). I ask you, Sir, to allow me to reply to "Procedure." He states that the appointment of the Power Board representative can be left over until we have the result of the ' Council Election. The mem- ber for- the Power Board must be returned within two months from the date when the vacancy occur- red. The election for the new Councillor is to be held on July 12th, 1939, and it is impossible to. complete the count, and declare the result, in. time to include the vote of the new Councillor. The Act,states that: the appointment must be made within two months, and it does not require a school- master to tell us that July 14th will be just one day to late to ap- point a representative. It is not necessary to say more, to show that His Warship's view is the right and only one possible.- How- ever, the matter is in-the hands of the electors. ■ ' WAIT AND SEE. (To'the Editor). Your comparatively new ar- rival in this district must be .hid- ing himself behi...
ANNUAL MEETING PLUNKET SOCIETY. COMMITTEE ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
ANNUAL MEETING PLUNKET SOCIETY.
The 15tK Annual Meeting of the Upper Hutt Branch of the Plun- ket Society' was held' o:i Wednes- day evening of last week, there being a fair attendance. The Mayor (Mr. J. Blewman) presided,, and-in a few words, con- gratulated the Society on the great and humane work being done by them, congratulating the President, Mrs. S. Blackley, the Committee and the Secretary for the time they put into the, Society, thus helping the and future ' New Zealanders. - Mr. Blewman referred to the passing of Mr. P. Robertson and all pres- ent stood in silence as a mark of respect. ■';.'"' The. Report and. Balance-sheet was adopted on the motion of the Mayor, seconded by Mr. A. J. McCurdy. Mr: McCurdy referred to the decrease in"-subscriptions since 1929, stating it was remarkable the apathy shown by some people in supporting such an institution. The one good thing about the local Plunket Society : was that they were one of the few in New...
FREE AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
In view of the Silverstream Social Club holding a.dance in its hall on election night—Wednes- day of next week—in aid of the funds of the' Wellington District Free. Ambulance, the following particulars of services in the bor- ough; are supplied to the "Lead- er" by -Mr.' Angus J. McCurdy, one of the founders of the "Free" Ambulance services in the Domin- ion ; a local authority representa- tive on the Board from its incor- poration until May, 1938, when he was elected "a Jjife Associate Member of the Management Com- mittee :— In September, 1924, on his ; electionas Chairman of the Upper Hutt.Town Boards he ;foun'd the -settlement > dependent :upon ; the . Petone andiHe-Lower'-Hutt Bor- • Sours of idelay occurred their ar- - rival: and &c& M;. fcT icash had to he paid al- lowed -ta- : enteatl W& : The ■ also-paid at ■least r£X •Petone ieachi'patient ;either> of t^em^riosiglit' in .from northward • A&.repreisentat.iv'e.V'of the Town District...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
CHI7BGH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Trentham —8. a.m., H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar).' Upper Hutt— 11 a.m. Litany and H.C; 7p.m. Evensong (Mr. Finlay "■ S'ilverstream-7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Snell) Akatarawa—7 p.m., Eveasong (Mr. Tomlin) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Upper Hutt: 11 J. C. McCaw; 7 p.m.—Right Rev. T. -E. Riddle, Moderator; Presbyter- ian Church. -.Trentham: 7 ' 'K. Moore. .. : ; Silyerstream:: 7 • J. Gr::MeCaw. viiThe Upper -. Hutt v Presbyterian L.Church- is to receive a: visit tem- the j Moderator, T. E. Riddle, who will conduct thertEvening r ,, Service,, on iSu"May. • f Mr^.Riddle is a: of ihigh standing and;* esteem; 5 in^;lndia.' , UIJPER HUTT IGOSEELi HALL. v : . Special visit : ofoMr: 37; M ifeid ( ; iwellu Isn&wh: ' (Preacher, Bible> Expositor, ';and /Writer. Meetings :as: under:u;S'at- ;urday, Bth:July, at- -7:30..p.m., "Address to Christians." day, 9th July, at:2.4s.p:m.,,''Ad- dress to--Christians. 7 p.m.j "Bright Gospel Service." M...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. ■ Thursday, July Bth.- WAYNE IViLORsiIS IN " "THE KID COMES BACK with Barton Mac Lane, June Travis, Joseph Crehan, Maxie: Rosenbloom, and Dickie Jones. A Thrilling Boxing Story. , (Adult Audiences.) Saturday, July Bth. BARBARA STANWYCK and "'"-,': HENRY FONDA IN MIBS :^,^PIN, TQN"^• With Frances' Mercer, 1 Sam Levene, •'■;" ' V; r Vicki Xiester: ' . Amurder myste'ry'solved by adivine :f 'f defthWnte' ''• a ■'-''■' Good -supports 'toay^""' , (Adult'Audieri^s!)'' vv A do^b^f eature y|)jpi»,,:- '■ '-•■■' ,! '•" ":, in ' v ID®TEOTIVE^ -.- i Tjh^ersat^E^hi^ition. TQi BUY^—Saw Bench. ; to >''B," r Leader'Office. • ( tgK)R ,»SALEr^-Milk! Cooler and: Vat•Y at - • ■-'.;%'-. Nb. 7. 3 'TQ V SHARE, _/■ nice '" : hbihe, (adults)' with brie -or two"hbmely ladies. Reply /'Hbme,' Le'ader'Office. home : for (. ■ young, quiet, pure-bred Al- satian dog.:' £2..';.■■; Reply ';• - ■ Kirn .? Leader Office. - W. iSii GILUBArNKS i General Storekeeper ;Bpin FHONE6S Upper Hutt ..Goo...
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH ELECTION Citizens Display Your CIVIC PRIDE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH ELECTION
Citizens Display Your CIVIC PRIDE
- * ■ .- Ladies and G-entlemen, On Wednesday next, July 12th, you will be permitted to. exercise your democratic . privilege, by electing a
Councillor to fill the present vacancy on the Borough Council. May we advance the following sound reasons why the candidature of Mr Ori en Plummer, the, Laboin- nominee, merits support in the forthcoming contest.
Vote PLUMMER Your Own Candidate
Vote PLUMMER Who Will Serve You Faithfully and Well
Vote Intelligently and PLUMMER Will WIN
1. You must choose the man who is educationally equipped for the office. % You must choose the mail of undoubted integrity and ability. 3. You must choose the man who understands your social and economic requirements. protect yoiir interests by voting for Plummer. One of TJpper Hutt's own'young men Mr'Plummer ij possessed of vision and an earnest desire .to serve his fellow citizens. RESIDENTS OF UPPER HUTT. Vote...
25 YEARS OF SERVICE. PRESENTATION TO SUPERINTENDENT W. WAKELIN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
25 YEARS OF SERVICE.
PRESENTATION TO SUPERINTENDENT W. WAKELIN.
The Social Boom of the Upper Hutt Fire Station was nicely de- corated; . oh; Friday evening last, when the .members of the Brigade entertained: their: Fire Chief to an evening; .to ~ commemorate his 25 years of .volunteer service to the Upper.Hiitt 'M&s Brigade. Deputy, - Superintendent F. O'Riley carried out the duties of Chairman, and in his opening re- marks, stated the idea of. . the evening was to show' Superintend- ent Wakelin how the members on the Brigade appreciated''his ser- vices. .Mr. O'Riley stated that the guest of the evening had qualified for the Gold Star which was the ambition of..most fire brigades-, men. Foreman L. Hughes proposed the toast-of .the Council, coupling the names of the Mayor arid Town Clerk. Mr. Hughes welcomed the visitors, stating that he hoped the present Mayor and Council- lors .would do as much for the Brigade as past members. The Mayor,- in. replying, con- gratulat...
UPPER HUTT MALE VOICE CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
UPPER HUTT MALE VOICE CHOIR.
A very successful concert by the above Choir was given on Tuesday evening of last, week, and the large audience of music lovers were entertained with some fine renderings. The assisting artists were Mrs. Craig MacKenzie, elocutionist; Mrs. R. Bradley, Upper Hutt's own contralto; Noel P. 'Delaney (violin solos) ; and Mr. K. Cropp, baritone. The choir was under the .baton of Mr. S. W; Josland, :Mus. Bac., assisted by. Mr. A. It. $ones. . .Mrs. ..Frank Whiteman
carried out the duties of pianist throughout the evening. Following was the programme rendered by the choir:—Part Song, "The Long Day Closes," choir; Triumphal March, "Da- mascus," Choir; Bass solo, "The Lute Player" Mr. Kevin Cropp; Part Song, "Sleep, Baby Sleep," Choir; Item by Mrs. Craig Mac- Kenzie, '' Napolean 's Tomb ; Violin Solo, "Le Tambourin dc la Reine," Noel P. Delaney; Dev- onshire Folk Song, "Widdicome Fair," Choir; Solo, "O Mio Fer- ando," Mrs. R. Bradley; Part Song, "The R...
FOOTBALL. UPPER HUTT HOLDS PETONE TO A DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
UPPER HUTT HOLDS PETONE TO A DRAW.
The local Derby of football be- tween Petone and Upper Hutt. was played on Saturday last,, and f the game ended with honours'' even. J . : .-. The first half was a battle royal between the. forwards, both teams giving of their best. At half-time, Upper Hutt lead by the only score, .a try obtained by" Fprbes. : - ■The second half saw the local tesm having.the best of the game?' foil the time. Eventually Petone backs got/going, and made several raiols into Upper Hutt's terejtpfy,, ;but, Clements at full-back wai'/)A tower :pf strength and time with- ' : out: number saved what looked like-a certain score for Petone. . Just before time, a raid by Pe- tone backs saw them even up the score. From then on until the end, both sides strived their hard- est to gain supremacy, but eventually the final whistle sound- ed with the, game even.
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END. RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END.
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Marist,; Maidstone Parfl, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.— B, P. Wilson. Upper Hutt Thirds v. Hutt (Army); Maidstone Park, No. 2. 2.45 p.m.—J. F. Thurlow. •■ . Upper Hutt Fourths v. Seu- toun- ; Quinn's Post, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.—H." MeKegney. Upper- Hutt Fifths v. Hutt, Quinn's Pgst, No. 2, 2.45 p.m.— W. Robertson".. • y
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 July 1939
v LABOUR PARTY/ 500 CAl|i> Bth. AND EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ST. HILDA'S HALL, 8 P.M. SHARP. . , ADMISSION'- 1/-. ' PRIZES AND SUPPER. SILVERSTRE AM SOCIAL CLUB. ' h *J- GRAND DANCE • IN AID OF THE Wellington Free Ambulance 'ON Wednesday, July 12th, 1939. . Good Supper. Good Orchestra. ' Ladies 1/6. D. A. JACKSON, Gents 2/-. Hon. Sec. -.
AS'IIr ASKEW WOQD & COAL YARD r^ JCOAL SCREENED - >.^ ? Marirßd. v Phone 37 S. COAL ETC. DRY WOOD I)er * Wt> LARGE SACKS PACKED FULL. ~ ::~, S. <J. HUNTLY HOUSE per sack ' (large coal) . 4 2 KINDLING ........... 2 6 HUNTLY KITCHEN BIRCH 2 3 (small coal) :'.....*. 811 .30- WESTPORT 42 RATA 3 ° MANUKA . 3 O MIXED COAL . 4 2 FENCING POSTS NEWCASTLE . 4 6 „,■ m y, _ STRAINERS. SLACK SO _ . '',-,'; Prices for Cord Lots GARBONETTES 6 6 on Application. ■-' COKEJ small bag 2 6 COKE, large sack . . 3 6 DELIVERIES TO Usual ? iHscpunts for 1 ton lots ALL PARTS OF THE '*■-■..-. or over. DISTRICT. EUNTLY KITCHEN COAL — 3/1...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
READERS SHOR,.''IN:.- : YOUR' OWN' DISTRICT
THURSDAY, JULY 13th, 1939
Registered at the G-. P. 0.- YVemny- n as a newspaper.
THE GEANGE > • 'GMißYraa .co.; ltd. WHOLESALE. DEALERS' & CARRIERS. "Daily Service to Wellington. Lime; Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044.
LEN. BENGE;t T ' r f^ • MOTOR ■ Repairs to aJl■; makes oY/Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Weldhi^- Break Down Service. . -...,. Repairs to all makes of Cars.. «:-.' Tyres and Oils Stocked. . .'/.,; Phone 40 M. I'J'l'Elt llliTT.
Council Honours to Mr. J. Purvis [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
Council Honours to Mr. J. Purvis
After a keenly contested campaign which ran to the last day, and a poll of 60.85 per cent of the Electors in the East Ward, Mr Purvis was elected'to the vacancy occurr- ing through the recent election of Councillor Blewman to the Mayoral, Chair. The official count and declaration of the result was completed last night and a special meeting has been con- vened for this evening when the new Councillor will be sworn in after which the usual business will be proceeded with, including the appointment of our representative to the Hutt Valley Power Board. Mr. P'urvis, familiarly known to the majority of eiti-
sens as "Scotty,"'has been-a resident iii the district for;; almost a quarter of a century and was- a member of the Council. until the last general-election when he sought Mayoral honours and was defeated hy the late Mr P. Robertson. In the recent by-election for Mayor Mr Pur- vis again stood running second to Mr Blewman. .." ■ MrQ. Ji Plun...