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HYDATID DISEASE. DRUG SUPPLIED BY LOCAL BODY. CO-OPERATION OF DOG OWNERS SOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
DRUG SUPPLIED BY LOCAL BODY.
CO-OPERATION OF DOG OWNERS SOUGHT.
The co-operation of all dog owners in the Borough are sought by the Borough Council with an effort to stamp out hydatid dis- ease. AH owners of dogs, when registering, should enquire from the office for full particulars which will be'gladly given. By: regulations under the Dogs Registration Amendment Act, passed by Parliament without op- position in 1937 and which came into operation on January Ist., local authorities are required to supply • owners with .an approved remedy for- treating their dogs, and if the instructions are .faith- fully carried out the prevalence of ■ this deadly disease should be great- ly reduced. During the last, five •years' 587 cases were admitted to hospital and Ir.st'year there were .14 deaths. The remedy; approved is a pre- paration known as arecoline hy- drobromide. It was decided upon after exhaustive investigation by - the Hydatid Research Committee of t...
For the Children COMPETITION CLOSES ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
For the Children
COMPETITION CLOSES ON SATURDAY.
The Mayfair Theatre offers a prize of two free passes to ."Swiss Miss" matinee on Janu- ary, 21, to the boy or girl who gives the best and funniest solu- tion to the following incident in "Swiss Miss." Laurel and Hardy are "carrying a piano across a swinging foot- bridge from one Alpine crag to another. .... Write here what you think is I lie funniest thing that could hap- pen to them. The solution should be original and need not be the -oiie which ac- I iially occurs in the film. Don't forget to send in your answer. You may be one to win the prize of two free seats for this mirth-raising picture.. Bntries close Friday, January 20th.
”SAFETY FIRST.” [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
Because of the ever increasing traffic on our roads, the Minister of Transport recently arranged ■for the screening of films depict- ing ''safety first measures, and lectures by officers of the Traffic Department. You children —the boys and girls of this di£t£ict- : -~ have already seen these_ and heard these men describe the results of careless road manners. What do you remember? A prize "of .five shillings is offered by the "Leader" to the boy or girl who writes the best essay on:"The prevention' of accidents on our roads." All entries must be received by the "Editor," Upper Hutt "Lead- er," by January 21st., and the winner together with the essay, will be published in our issue of 1 he«26th inst. Children over the age of 14 not eligible. The safety first competition is drawing attraction, but you. still 'have a chance to enter as- entries do not close until Saturday.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
LOOK YOUR BEST GET THE BEST. LET LIN RUSCOE IiADIES' & ULWTS'' HAIRDRESSER TRENTHAM ATTEND TO YOUR TONSORIAL REQUIREMENTS. P. iF HERCOCK ' TELEPHONE 66. Goods Delivered. 701b. Bag Sugar, 17/g. 251b. Bag. Hour, 4/3; Jellies, 2/-.doz.; Large Tins. Sliced Pineapple, Bd.; Large Tins Salmon, 1/-; Small Tins Salmon 6d.; Dates, 61b. for 1/-; Cups, Sau- cers, 6 for 2/9.
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
Mr. N. E. Edwards, Dominion singles champion, has been official- ly approached by the New Zealand Tennis Association and sounded out if he will be available as a member of the New Zealand Davis team. Although it is not.known yet if . Neil has indicated his decision, the fact that no other player has. been approached is of Utmost import- ance. - If" out local"eelehrity decides to take on this trip, our good wishes will be with him.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
(To the Editor.) Sir, —I have just received and read with interest your third is- sue, and wish to thank you for your efforts per medium of your columns to bring about a better understanding between all sec- tions of our residents and also your endeavours to make our thorough a better place in which to live. . Upper Hutt- has practically stood still for many years until, perhaps, the last eighteen months, since when our "City Fathers" have at least made some effort-to- ■ wards providing better footpaths, additional water supply, obtain- ing play areas for our future population, and in giving many of our residents of long-standing the
opportunity of building their own homes per medium of the "housing loan. r .■-.•- I think that, per medium of your columns, you can do much to assist in the building of this bor- ough, and wish to congratulaSte you on your enterprise—so keep- ing the advertisers' money in cir- culation in the district and as- sisting to keep ...
BIRTHDAY FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
A large number of friends and relations gathered together at Mr. F. O 'Leary's residence in Pine Avenue on Saturday last to cele- brate Mr. 0 'Leary's eigthy-third birthday. Mr. 0 'Leary, who is still very haLe and hearty, thor- oughly enjoyed the gaiety and was the recipient of the good wish- es and congratulations of all pre- sent. , Since arriving in the Dominion at Wellington on the sailing ship "Howra," in 1875, Mr: o'Leary has had a varied carer. He serv- ed in No. 3 Company under Ma- jor Goaring during the Maori trouble in Taranaki, and was one of the men who built the Opu- nake Redoubt, afterwards, work- ing on some of the first roads formed in Taranaki. He then joined the Police Force and served nineteen years with this body, finally being in charge of the Newtown Station. He resigned from the Force in 1900 to take over the lease of the Provincial Hotel at Upper Hutt. After a number of years as the popular "mine host" Mr. O'Leary retired into pri...
KITCHEN TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
A very pleasant time was spent by a large number of people at the Druids Hall on Friday even- ing last, when a kitchen tea was given in honour of Miss E. Con- rick, who is shortly to be married Games, dances, and songs were the order of the evening, during the interval supper being sup- plied. Mesdames F. Jones' and it. Cotter were the hostesses and Mr. J. C» E. Cottle carried out the duties of M.C. Among those present were Mr; and Mrs. T. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. R. Cotter, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Whiteman, Mr. and Mrs. L. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. G. 'Williams, Mes- dames Jones, Gilbert, Stevens, Potts; Misses Krohn, Whitemaji, Martin, Gilbert, C. Corriek; ifess.'S J. Blewman, W. "Williamg, _T. Jones, E. Carruthers, A. Green- wood, and E, Cropp. Miss Connolly earjied out the duties of pianist for the evening.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
KZ. BUILT QUALITY RADIO. -.- fc^^^^^^^Bfc^iiMl Remember the Slogan,"Buy Mew Zealand Goods," ; 3f and by doing so yon are supporting your own local'dealer. x Us^^^llß__B , R.. Jennings & Co. lllH^^^^^H
W. S. GILLBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM. Agent for Daily Papers. Phone 65, Upper Hutt.
F. F*HERCOCK TELEPHONE 66. Goods Delivered. 701b. Bag Sugar, -j7/9.. 251b. Bag Flour, 4/3; Jellies, 2/- doz.; Large Tins Sliced Pineapple, Bd.; Large Tins Salmon, 1/-; Small Tins Salmon 6d.; Dates, 61b. for 1/-; Cups, Sau- cers. 6 for 2/9.
J McFADZEAN P. ROBERTSON baker and pastrycook Undertaker and Carrier MAIN ROAD, MAIN ROAD, » ■. UPPER HUTT. * UPPER HUTT. Phone 180. Phone 180. Phone 20.
R. JENNINGS & CO. HERETAUNGA SERVICE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
R. JENNINGS & CO.
HERETAUNGA SERVICE STATION.
We are pleased to announce that the new products fo the Chrysler factories are now to hand. The 1939 Chrysier-Plymouth is a car of outstanding merit, the product of our sister Dominion of Canada and the successor to a long line of motor vehicles. We are not apologising for the past products of the Chrys- ler plants—we don't have to do this. The new prices just announced bring quality within the reach of all those who have wished for finer and more pleasurable motoring. We will tell you more about it later, better still, why not 'phone or writ-:, and get first-hand information for yourself? Eventually you will own one of Chryslers' cars. WHif NOT NOW? R. Jennings and Co., Radio spe- cialists and servicemen, desire to ad- vise their-"iiuniero us clients ana peo- ple of CJpper Hutt and surrounding districts-iflac-i_y- have opyiiea a Radicf Branch in Main i-toad, Upper Hutt..:(North), handling the famous New;:; Zealand produc...
YOUNG MEN BLAME RAT. CHARGE OF WILFUL DAMAGE TO BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
YOUNG MEN BLAME RAT.
CHARGE OF WILFUL DAMAGE TO BUILDING.
.... • A rat was alleged to have start- ed the trouble which resulted m three young men appearing before ■-.- : Mr : ,A. M. Goulding, S.M., in the .Magistrate's Court, Upper. Hutt, on Friday last, charged with com- . mitting mischief by wilfully dam- aging a building, and a ; table, valued-at. £5, the property of Alexander Pringle Smith. The defendants were Douglas Gwello Goodall, Petone, Archibald Thomas Begbie, Petone, and John Henry Parkinson, Petone. - Constable F. J. Williams, who prosecuted, said that on Decem- ;\. ber 12 he went to Smith's pro- '"pert'y.on the Whiteman's Valley road and was shown damage fwnich had been done to a> farm "building the previous day. A ' padlock and- three windows were broken, a door was burst open,' .and a partition and a table were smashed. Beer bottles were lying about, and there was evidence of a picnic party having been there. He made inquiries and later in- terviewed de...
SPORTS. UPPER HUTT BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
UPPER HUTT BOWLING CLUB.
During the recent Dominion Bowling Tournament, Upper Hutt was represented by two rinks. Weather conditions were not what they might have been, the wind being' of gale force, whic_ mitigated- to a large extent the players giving of their best. Des- pite the conditions, however, the two rinks put up a very creditable performance, Mr. Rendle in par- t.cular, playiug wonderfully well, and his exhibition of drawing was unsurpassed. The two rinks secured 9 wins between them, Mr. Rendle's, five, and Mr. Brown's, four. The last couple of days" Mr. Browi.'s rink bad a splendid run, securing wins over Kelburn by five heads, Whitioria, 7 heads, , Poverty Bay, 17 heads, and Grey- mouth, 22 heads. Following are the games and rinks for this Saturday:— 4th Round Senior Pennants:— Upper Hutt Se.iors v. Petone. Central.' Home: Kerr, Homo, Brown, Quinn (s.) Away: Plum- mer> Reynolds, Mum by, Cap well (s). Home: Biggs, E. Mudgway, Robertson, Rendle (s). ...
LESLIE VASES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
Handicap Singles.—Nominations close for the above on Saturday, 28th inst... Entrance fee, 1/-. . _Club Championship "Four":— Members are reminded that the first two rounds are to be played on Saturday week,.February 4th. Senior Championship, Singles and Pairs -.—Members who have not yet completed round three (3) are requested to do so immediat- ely.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
The local "association's cham- pionship advanced, a further stage on Saturday last when Wesley met and defeated Upper Hutt in a thrilling game. Only one innings was played in this match, bringing Wesley level in points with Upper Hutt.* The final scores were, Wesiev ■ 174 (Golding 77, McKay 21, Fraser 21, and Eyes 21). Upper Hutt scored 137, the two most suc- cessful batsman being Wellington 49 and Murray 42. Bowling for Wesley, Eves took five wickets Tor 11 runs (four of them in one ovei:, including . tb.3 hat-trick). For Upper Hutt Francis seven lor 75, and Murray three for 51, were the damaging aspect.
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
Followr g are the championship points.up to date: Wesley 40, Up- per Hutt' 40, Trentham ' 19, and Army 13. Trenth-im and Army have a game ir. harid. E. Francis,. Upper Hutt, has uowled consistently well 'Miis year and invariably collects a "bag"' of wickets each match.
J. Golding, Wesley, is no doubt a good little bat and with a little more confidence would go a long way. It looks like the championship will be fought out between Upper Hutt and Wesley.