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HUTT VALLEY PIGEON AND CAGE BIRD SOCIETY. LOCAL SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
HUTT VALLEY PIGEON AND CAGE BIRD SOCIETY.
Tht 15th Annual Show of the above Society was held at the .Horti- cultural Hall, Lower Hutt last week, and the three Upper Hutt exhibitors were most successful. Competing against fanciers from various parts of the Dominion, Mr A. J. Severn was successful in winning first prize in the Utility White Leg- horn class. Mr S. T. Bason secured a first in the Langshan Cockerel class, and Mr H. P. Benge first with his Langshan Pullet. Mr Benge also securel three firsts and a special cup with his team of pigeons.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
Upper Hutt Juniors suffered defeat at the hands. of Marist on Saturday last to the tune of 10 points to three. Marist 'was slightly superior throughout the game, and deserv- ed their win. C. Morton was unlucky with a kick which was disallowed. Upper Hutt did not field their usual team, several alterations being made. It was like old times to see Fergie Morton playing again, but expect he felt a sorry man next morning. It is significant that each sea- son the local team does well in tht? first roun/l, hut the second spell seems to be a hoodoo.-- Let us hope that, this year will prove an exception.
FIXTURES FOR THIS WEEK-END. RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
FIXTURES FOR THIS WEEK-END.
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Uni- versity,' Maidstone Park, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.—J. Troy. Upper Hutt. Thirds v. Petone, Wilford School, 2.45 p.m.—T. C&rtin. - Upper Hutt Fourths v. Orien- tal, ; Maidstone Park, No. 2, 2.45 p.m.—D .C. Lawson. '.'.-.'■ Upper Hutt Fifths v. Taita, Quinn's Post,. No. 2, 2.45 p.m — H; McKegney.
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
; The Monthly Meeting of the Wallaceville Women's Institute was held on , Wednesday, 28th June. There was a good attend- ance. Mrs.. Hopkirk presided - and welcomed three new members. Mrs. Smyrke, Silverstream Insti- tute/ gave a demonstration on posies and shoulder- sprays/and was accorded a hearty vote of thanks. Mrs. Rice was ap- pointed to represent the Hbrti- /cultural Society. './. . It-was decided to hold a social afternoon oh August 2nd.. The competition results were as fol- lows:—Best article made from 251b. flour hag, Mrs. Anderson first, Mrs. White second. Best bowl of berries," Mrs. Anderson first, Mrs. White second. -Music. and afternoon tea brought the : meeting to a close.
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
At the July meeting of the ' Upper Hutt Women's Institute, Mrs. MeGill,' Vice-President, who was in the Chair,'proposed a message of condolence be sent to the widow and. mother of the late Sir Thomas Wilford. . The members stood in silence as a mark of respect. The monthly balance-sheet was "read 'by the Treasurer and monthly, reports of the different circles were read by the leaders. The entertainment part of the afternoon- was, entitled -"A Pion- eers' Afternoon" and the chief speaker, Mrs. J. Whiteman, whose .reminiscences date back seventy years, told many . interesting stories of the early days of. Upper Hutt. Mrs.' R, Bradley, her grand-daughter, with her mother, Mrs. Frank Whiteman as accom.- panist, sang songs appropriate to the occasion of her leaving! the district. In the absence of Mrs. MeCurdy, Mrs. Hyslop read the story of the thrilling adventures of the McCurdy family's arrival at Bonny Glen,/ their present home. Other members had al...
THE BOGUS COUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
THE BOGUS COUNT.
The Upper Hutt Musical and Dramatic Society is this year ent- ering into a new, field of work and has chosen as its first production of the 1939 season an original comedy-drama entitled ' "The Bo gus . C ount /' D c aling with the affairs of the Bluggins family, the comedy is fast moving and is. supported by orchestra and many enjoyable musical numbers. A very definite and intriguing plot concerns the efforts of Mrs. Bluggins, the. . wife of a retired •Soap manufacturer, to get into Society. Samuel Bluggins is an, easy going- - husband who takes little-interest in his wife's social ambitions, but is forced, along the path by Mrs. Bluggins and his daughter Semolina. Mrs. Blug- gins- .has contracted a friendship with Count yon Aspro, a spuri- ous nobleman in whom she sees an , admirable suitor for her daughter's, hand. - Many amusing complications take place during the unravelling of the story which features in important roles many members of the Society who hav...
POPULAR RAILWAY OFFICER RETIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
POPULAR RAILWAY OFFICER RETIRES.
. "The Upper Hutt Railway Social Hall presented a gay scene on Saturday evening last which was the occasion of a farewell evening giyeir by the Railway Staff to the popular retiring Upper ,Hutt Stationmaster, Mr. F. "ooi\ding. The Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, representatives of the Upper Hutt Businesmen, Post and Telegraph Department, Trentham Military Camp and all branches of the Railway Service assisted the Com- mittee in making the evening really enjoyable. Musical items presented by - Messrs. D. Clyde, F. Jackson, R. Oliff, J-.Durham, a Simpson, T. . Workman, R: Simpson, with Mr. J. Lynch at the piano, were en- thusiastically received. Several speakers remarked on the quiet personality of Mr. Cord- ing'and his ability to act on be- half of his- department without antagonising his staff or the public with whom, he was dealing. The evening concluded wheii the Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, pre- sented Mr. and Mrs. Cording with . a suitably inscribed chimin...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
WINTER IS HERB—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. , ; PROVINCIAL HOTELS ■ UPPER HUTT T.- Fisher (Proprietor.) , Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. , .. : FIRST CLASS- DINING. ROOM. '•.'■ " .J. STRINGER . WOOD, COAL & COKE MERCHANT. SAND & GRAVEL CARRYING. Phone A 46. SILVERSTREAM.
T. RUSSELL & CONS, Ltd, - BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only ' ~ THE BEST. i'hon'e 258. Daily Deliveries. Good Loose Tea, 2/2 per lb. Honey, lib. Cartons from 1/-. N.Z. Walnuts, l©d. per lb. Dried Apricots, Bd. per lb. Special line cups and saucers 7/- per dozen. D. CLIfDE, MAIN ROAD.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
"• ;'■■;"■ TRENTHAM. ' . - , Thursday, July 13th. ' ' - Raw Gun Law on' the old Frontier. ■■■.-.■; GEORGE O-BBIEN ■ '-■ ! - - in ■ u JLEI^OMA;LEGIOH;-' ? ,''. with Loraine.Johnson, Carlyle Moore Jrir- Chill. Wells, Edward Lesaiht & Harry Cording: This is. the best O'Brien picture to date. (Universal Exhibition.) .Saturday, July 15th, and Monday, July 17tn. Another Warner Bros. Special . Feature in Technicolour "GOLD IB WHERE YOU FIND IT" with a truly marvellous cast includ- ing George Brent, Olivia Dc Havill- and, Claude Rains, Margaret Lind- say, Barton Mac Lane, John Litel and Tim Holt. -100 minutes of thrilling entertain- v ment. £Adult Audiences.) No half: price on Saturday, free list 3 ""* -\ suspendeded. July 18th. John liitel, Ann Sheridan and. Frank McHugh '% :; J in- * "LTtTLE MISS IIHOROUGHBRED" With tile new child Star, Janet Chap- man./ Don't miss seeing her. — (Universal Exhibition.) MAJESTIC THEATRE; TUES., WED. Aug. Ist, 2nd. Two Nights Season. The Upper Hutt Musi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
Heated for Your Comfort. 8 p.m. Evening SATURDAY Evening. 8 p.m. •'■ ; . EST GLORIOUS TEiGIINTOO'LOUR ■ / The Adventures ofe Mark Twain's Immortal Talc of a Lonely Waif-be- comes a great picture—one that will appear to. old : , cind young alike —a great Cast includes Tom Kelly, May Robson, Victor Jory, Jackie Moran. Follow the Crowd to the Majestic next Saturday. WHAT'S THIS ! GRAND REOPENING Wayside Cabaret (Howell's Hall, Trentham.) .!• * Entirety new management: 1 A Happy, Snappy, Select and Enjoyable Dance _ with Wellington's Newest Sensation! THE CONTINENTAL DAIfOE. . BAUD Plus Marjorie Newport's Lovely, Girls-in ... Their Famous Ballet Numbers.'. Reserve your Table Early. ■ July 29th, Common Sense Price. Everybody 2/-. Dress or Dark Suits Only. opp. Council Chambers. ■ " ■.- ■■■■/. CONTINUES FOR A FURTHER WEEK. \. - GREATER BARGAINS;'/ Never before have we offered such * huge reductions. Everything shows a genuine reduction except a few stan- dardized lines. -~-.• ' MILLINERY ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
'-'- 'V . " V■' '• UPPER/" HUTT'S MODERN- STEAM-HEATED . THEATRE. 8 p.m. FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8 p.m; -Special "THE CITADEL" is.required elsewhere on Monday night we have made arrange- ments to screen it this Friday: and Saturday: /We earnestly advise as many as possible of our.patrons i" to attend.this Friday evening session and avoid: dis- I appointment on Saturday. 1 Bp.m. FRIDAY 8 p.m. Bp.m. (Evening (SATURDAY (Evening 8 p.m. only) * only) ':'-.■ Metro Gol'dwyn Mayer proudly presents : with JL JL JLJL.y - JL //\ fl J 1 a By '-'■': . . - -.'-■' - /'ROBERT DON AT : ROSALIND RUSSELL ' ', RALPH RICHARDSON- EMLYN. WILLIAMS' : One World. Triumph as a great novel—Another as a Greater Motion Picture—A Tribute to the noble ideals of men of medicine as a fighting doctor dares - to defy tradition. : • Book NOW at Thompson's.; \ v Recommended by the Censor for Adult Audiences. . O-0--0-0 o. o-o o *-»-♦« *•*-*-« o-o-»-<> ♦-»-» 9-9 O ♦ -9-9 * ♦ Saturday Matinee and Monday Evening. With ...
THE PORT, THE CITY, AND THE CORRIDOR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
THE PORT, THE CITY, AND THE CORRIDOR.
Herr Hitler's dramatic tearin-up of his Treaty with Poland has raised in. a critical for mthe future of Danzig, = .of vital importance to Europe. Danzig was part of Germany's spoil when Austria, Russia, and Ger- many divided Poland between, them at the end of the 18th century. For more than 300 years before that par- tition Danzig, on the River Vistula, had formed part of the Polish king- dom, and had been her most import- ant seaport. Germany therefore held' it only for the 150 years preceding the end of the Great. War, when the makers of the Versailles Treaty dc- - cide'd that, instead of handing it back • to Poland or Germany, they should make it, .with the 750 square miles , round it, a Free City-State under the control of the League of Nations. To yink this Free State with Po- land a "stripe of territory , (the Corri- dor) ~ inhabited by Poles and lying between Germany and East Prussia, was. assigned to Poland, thus provid- ing for on...
THE HOOTER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
a shipbuilding -yard end was hsmg conducted OTor the premises by the manager. Suddenly-the:-'hoot-., e-r sounded, all the men dropped ner. : The Chinaman- was "very ex- cited.-' ...'■:. '; " "Stop ...them'!" die. cried. "They're all escaping!" "Don't, worry," said the man- : ageVj "they'll all come back." . As predicted, anhour later the hooter sounded and back came the men. The" Chinaman was amazed. • • "Now, Sir." said;.the manager,- '' about the contract for the ship; we were discussing." "Never mind the. shir)," -said the other, "what do you want for that hooter?" -
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
A SCORE CARD FOR WIVES. Rules for Scoring: At the end. of each of the following ten questions you will find a set of five scoring figures, 0 12 3 4. Check the figure which represents, your answer to each question, on .this basis; . 0 means "never," "not at all." 1 means ."somewhat,' "sometimes," "rarely," "a little." means "about as often as not," "an average amount." 3 means "usually," "a good deal," "frequently." . 4 means "regularly,'" "practically, always," "entirely." 1. Do'you try to make the home interesting, attractive, cheerful, a place of rest and relaxation--—devoting as much thought and study to that, as you would to a job "downtown"? .;...- ... :... o 1 a 3 4 2. Do you encourage your husband to-go our frequently • with his men friends, though it means leaving you home.alone? ; ;......: -. .:.- O l as 4. 3. Do you serve meals that are entiving in variety and attractiveness? : ...; '.. o 1 a 3 4 4. Do you handle household finances in a business-like ' way? ,„ ; :.::..-......
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 July 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH. OF ENGLAND." :.. SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER. TRINITY; TRENTHAM: • .11 a.m., Litany and •H.C.; ' 7 p.m.,' Evensong (Mr.. Avery). • . ' UPPER HUTT: 8' a.m., H.C V ; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr Mason). SILVERSTREAM: 7 p.m., Evensong .. (Vicar). AKATARAWA: 9.30 a.m., H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr Finlay)..' .'" ■ REV. N.. E. WINHALL, Vicar. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. UPPER HUTT: 11 a.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. 7 p.m., My, F. E: Chap- pell. .'■' ■ WALLACEVILLE':. ' Young People's ''Service, Rev. J. C. McCaw. " ■ TRENTHAM. 7 p.m., Mr Kirkby. ;. SILVERSTREAM: 7 p.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, JULY 16th. 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. 7 p.m., Bright Gospel Service. Speaker: Mr D. Brown. A Hearty Welcome to All. METHODIST CHURCH, Corner Main Road and Benzie Avenue. Ser- vices each Sunday at. 11 a.m. and 7 Pi-m.-v;Minister: Sister Edith Beer, Main Road, Upper Hutt, ; ... W. H. PARKER • ' ROSENBERG STREET.' ' ' For all classes of ' Cabiiictmaking. and Joinery. RANTED TO. SjSLL-—Av...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 July 1939
Upper Hutt No. 76. ' Wgtqn. 42-044
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.: -
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THURSDAY, JULY 20th, 1939.
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