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THE BOGUS COUNT. UPPER HUTT MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC SOCIETY’S GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
THE BOGUS COUNT.
UPPER HUTT MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC SOCIETY’S GREAT SUCCESS.
Althoiigh the weather was any- ■thing but/kind/on. Tuesday even- ing,., the large audience who nt- ; . tended, the above Society's' Com- edy-Drama, were well and .'truly please-/with .the production. //'-•Nothing so well acted, has ever been . sent- in' the district before .by •the • residents and tlie Society are to ;be .congratulated. / V The,,play which was of ',the- : 'lighter vein, kept the audience in '. roars of. -. laughter, especially so at the antics 1 of".Amber Tips" : : and "Skinny Perkins." . \'/-' of the story was' that -Samuel/Bluggins, a\ retired Soft /Soap Manufacturer wanted to lead a quiet life, but his wife, Amelia, had ideas; of getting into.-Society. Their, daughter, 'Semolina,' had met a continential crook, who was - masquerading; as Count Yon /Aspro and..had fallen in love with him.: This/suited "Aspro" as it was - opening the way for. him to 'get into the Bluggin 's home wh...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
Heated for Your Comfort. Popular Double Feature Programme. ■' .. 8 P.M. SATURDAY. ; ,' SATURDAY. 8 P.M. .. . ' ... - . ■ s Down with all.Wavering Fear —Up.with Youth's ..'."-'■ , ";,-';-." Eager Demands. " Warm with the Glow Youth—Exciting with its -j impetuous Adventure—A Picture for People of .■'..'■ .All Ages. • '-. ;v . ... . YOUTH TAKES X FLXN-G -■ .'. • Excellent Supporting Programme. Recommended by the Censor for Adult Audiences. : ' : '" ■ ''.':' TO-NIGHT ——.■ : ='"' ' " ■•;. — . TO-NIGHT ' ■■' " : -.; '~-..' . '''"'. . ' ' : " . - -.. ■ 'THE UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL •• -AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY INVITE-ALL RESIDENTS TO ATTEND THE ■.■•■■; MAJESTIC THEATRE .''.'..-.■ V."V .TO-NIGHT .-'('THURSDAY) •' -.' _~,AT/B:P.M. - .■■' The aim is to enlarge the membership'of the Liocal' Horticultural. Society and engender within citizens a love for trees. ■: PROGRAMME: . , .1. jSPEAKERS. Mrs Knox'Gilmer, Mr< '. -J": Mming, Pres. Horticultural Society, and representatives of the Counc...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
. ■ • . ' - -■ ■' -..-.■.--...'.'' / '.'■•'■' ' ■ . Upper Hutt's Modern Steam Heated Theatre. .. 8 P.M. FRIDAY , FRIDAY a P.M. POPULAR PRICE .NIGHT Excellent Double Feature Programme. (1) THE YEAR'S SURPRISE PICTURE A Man to Remember; ■; ANNE SHIRLEY EDWARD ELLIS The Drama of a Fighting man of Medicine against a f hostile Town—-More Thrilling than a dozen Movie I Thrillers—Gome and enjoy this deep down Drama . i . of a Fighting Country Doctor., | (2)' ' JANE WITHERS i '-IN / < ■' ■ , ■ \ ALWAYS IN TROUBLE JEAN ROGERS ARTHUR TREACHER Always filled with good intentions, always trying to. help folks out, always hoping to square things and— • ! ALWAYS IN TROUBLE. (Universal Exhibition.). '• | .-GIRLS!-.' BOYS! ! Another Great Double Feature Saturday. ."'.'■.■-:■■ ! ■ MATINEE! PROiGT£A!MME 'AT 2. RM. ' JANE WITHERS Your Favourite Star, in I ALWAYS IN TROUBLE I' Thrilling ; ! And A The Mighty Film of the Deep SUBMARINE PATROL j 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 PI; I i 8 p.m. Monday 8 p.m. j I As time...
EXCITING FOOTBALL. UPPER HUTT CONQUERS PETONE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
UPPER HUTT CONQUERS PETONE.
; A very fast .and exciting game of football ivah witnessed at Maidstone Park on Saturday last when Upper Hutt defeated their old rivals/ Petone, by the odd, try. Taking the -oame on the whole, their was really nothing much be- .tween teams, the v - local team, shading their opponents in the latter stages. "From the kick-off, Upper Hutt. backs got moving, but a forward pass spoilt, any opportunity. Pe- tone, who were packing well were getting the ball out of the scr.u.m. and on several occasions a move- ment was started which, .however,, broke down against Upper Hutt's defence. •: A free kick awarded to'the local team- was taken' by Morton, but the .wind upset any efranee..of the hair going over. A -passing move- ment-, was . again/initiated by Skerton and the ball came but- to Travers, who made headway,; but once again a chance to open the score was spoilt by the, latter 'player who had only to pass oh to;. Connolly for him...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
Connolly again played a.corker game and is an.asset to the; team. Morton's try was one out of the - box, but .well deserved. . Clements, at. full-back,' is very safe and cool. The whole of the forwards did splendid work .and it is doubtful if you would find a better pack in this Division. . ' . ■ . Upper Hutt now holds second position on the championship lad- -der and their match with Train- ing College on Saturday week will be the deciding factor. /':-.. The Thirds were again success- ful - over Johiisoriville by . six points to three on Saturday last. This young team is going well and have among them some excellent young players, who give of- their ' best'every .week. The Fourths were severely trounced by Wellington to. the ■tune of 26 points to nil. Better luck this week boys. Printed by the Upper Hutt, Print- ing Co., Princes Street* Upper Hutt. and published by Ralph Hilton Ashford. .-'■"•.' THURSDAY, . AUGUST 3rd, 1939.
RUGBY FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END. - Upp...
TRENTHAM SCHOOL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
TRENTHAM SCHOOL DANCE.
A very enjoyable evening was spent at./ the Trentham School Dance by. the large assembly uf dancers on I /Wednesday evening last. :L/r : h'e7duties•pfM.C. were car- .ried out by Mr. J. King, and in conjunction with the Excelsior Dance' Orchestra, the dancers were well catered for with modern and. old-time .dances. Monte Carlos were won by Miss Rabbitt and partner, also by Miss ,M.-Southey and Mr. W. Jones: During the supper interval, Mr.; McCurdy entertained with the extras' which were greatly appre- ciated; ;/ ■ Under the. chairmanship of Mr. T. Clyma, the. following - Commit- tee, and ladies were responsible for an-excellent evening and an enjoyable supper:—Messrs. J. King, Secretary;. A. Johnson, It. Mardon, O. B. Sims and T. Chap- man:; Mesdames King, Clyma, Mardon, Chapman, Johnson and R. Telford... -... This; live Committee are out. to raise a large sum. of money to en- able the whole of the school chil- dren to visit the Centenary Ex- hibition, an...
TRENTHAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
TRENTHAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
.' A very- enjoyable, afternoon was spent recently at''the'Brown Owl, w-hen the Trentham "Women's ■Institute-. ; Celebrated their Third . tßwthlay. lAlthpugh stormy condi- tions prevailed outside, the rooms were cosy and warm and the tables tastefully decorated with Iceland poppies. (The Institute 'flower); Mrs. Kitchen presided ' and .extended a hearty welcome to all, including visitors from Sister Institutes. The cake was made and decor- ated by two' Institute members, each member donating towards the cost of. same. The candles were lit.by -the oldest member,, who received a posy. Before cut- ting the cake, Mrs. Heathcote, President of the Hutt Valley Fed- eration, expressed her'pleasure at being able to be present and wish-
Ed the Institute many Happy Re- turns. Greetings -. were also re- ceived from all Institutes in the Federation. Mrs. Heathcote was presented with a shoulder spray and Mrs. Kitchen . received a beautiful pot plant of cycl...
UPPER HUTT HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
UPPER HUTT HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The Annua] General Meeting of .the above Association was held on Monday evening at the school, there being only a small attend- ance present. Mr. W. Howe occupied the Chair, and on opening the meet- ing, paid tribute to the late Mr. P. Robertson, the meeting , standing in silence'as a mark of respect. The Annual Report as" circulat- ed was adopted, and the Balance- Sheet as read out by the Trea- surer was also adopted after Mr. McCurdy. had explained in detail the exact position of the finances. A credit balance of £29/15/11 nett was brought forward, plus £50's worth, of assets. ~.-.'•. The Auditor,.Mr.' C. A. Rendle, stated he had be.en through the books and found them substan- tially correct, and wished to con- gratulate the Treasurer on his ef- ficiency. The meeting decided to donate £1/1/0 towards the Otaki Health Camp, Mr. Spiers remarking that the Camp was a decided factor in the health of the children...
CENTENNIAL BABY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
CENTENNIAL BABY COMPETITION.
Among the varied attractions', for the Centennial Exhibition will be a baby competition, and varir ous districts are. endeavouring to, find that ideal baby. Upper Hutt is not lagging behind in this direction and at present -a mo ce- ment is on foot and it is hoped to. form a Committee to work for the district's selection. y We are given to understand that Mrs: Guy Williams, of Heretaunga:' is the sponsor, arid the baby se- lected is Ross Kingsland Camp- bell, the 14 months old son pf Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Campbell. Further particulars will/be published at alator date, when; readers will be. advised how they ; may help in bringing about the success aimed; at. Upper Hutt has had the hon- our and distinction of being the, home of New Zealand's leading tennis player, aria singer and bowler, so why not keep it up and capture the baby contest ?■
TE MARUA SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
TE MARUA SCHOOL.
The Te Marua School are hold- ing a combined card and dance evening every fortnight, at the school, the first of which v washeldc last Friday evening. Although not so. many people: were present as expected, an en- joyable time was spent by all, and residents from Upper Hutt are as-' siired of a good welcome.. Cards are played for the first- part of the evening, arid after sup r per, daucing 'is carried on. F#, the non-dancers, a room • is/"seV- aside for ping-pong arid budding test, players can be well entertain- ed by some of ~Te Mania's ex/ perts. . ■ /-..■;".';/. Why not make up a party and go along to the next evening on Friday week and spend a/couple of enjoyable hours with a: most sociable crowd. v ; ■/
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 3 August 1939
Trentham School-Dances—Aug- ust 23rd.,' September 20th., Oc- tober 18th.; and November 15th. Co-operative Social and Dance, 9th. Warriors Hockey Club Danee — August 17th. Plunket Society Dance, Aug- ust TOth. • , R.S.A. Quarterly Meeting, Aug- ust li'th. Waysiole Cabaret, every Satur- day. Labour Party Card Party, every Saturday. R.S.A. Card Party, every Tues- .day- '~'.■ :•- • - ' . //.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
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LEN. BENGE V< - 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.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT One Quality Only •"■ THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER MUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and.Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. ' ' W. S. GILLBANKS General Storekeeper , jfein Road, Phoneys upper hut^ , NEW,i SEASONS' SEEDS. NOW IN ■■:■ 'STOCK. "K.P." Manure, 141b. bags,> : 1/6. Redspray Oil, for Fruit Trees, 1/3 '■';.' bottle: . " Poultry Mash 251b. for . 3/- 'Ptione IS4M. J; STRINGER WOOD, obAl,& COKE MERCHANT. • SAND- & GRAVEL,' CARRYING. ' Mam Road SILVJERSTREAM ,^-;;;j;;v.?:;E.;'.i?EKeooK' ' 14in..-BALL-BEARING' LAWN .MOWERS "?: £3/5/0 •CUPS & SAUCERS j 6 for 2/9 SARDINES -5 for 1/- ' '■'. Large Tins PINEAPPLE 6d '~Fresh.Stocks of Seeds: and Seed Potatoes. "-■■'■ '■■'.. Phone 66. Goods Delivered. 1; J. CAMPBELL - FLORISTE ;. BIRCH STREET UPPER HUTT. ' For— BOUQUETS WREATHS POSIES . -SPRAYS ; -, .;■; FLOWERS J. D. GREEN (23 years with The Bristol Piano / : •'/...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
Department Store AGENTS FOR So will you if your mattress is a DAVID 111 Ii ' i McCR'AJJ —always even, always buoyant. If / ' I ?A^^^- time of night-time comfort and luxurious _ *\f Tnere's nothing just as goodl All leading '-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^■''f^^^^^M furnishers stock DAVID McCRAE. -.^sj^!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^P Box 3 Telephones 1 & 18
TRENTHAM AND HERETAUNGA RESIDENTS. FOR THE .OOiNTEOSTIENCE: OF CUSTOMERS WE - HAVE OPENED A DEPOT FOR BOOT REPAIRS AT CHAPLOW'S STORE, CAMP ROAD, ' TRENTHAM. PROMPT SERVICE. S; A. EDWARDS & SON FOOTWEAR STORE, UPPER HUTU,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
WARRIORS. HOCKEY '.CLUB! ; : GRAND DANCE • . TO BE HELD " MAJESTIC' THEATRE, THURSDAY', AUGUST 17 th. Brougham St. Orchestra. Excellent Supper. Admission: Ladies 2/-; Gents, 2/G; ' Double 4/-. '. SILVERSTREAM VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. : ANNUAL DANCE" ' SILVERSTREAM SOCIAL HALL, ' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST ietli.' ■ Old-Time and Modern Dancing. Sub.—Ladies, '2/-. ' Gent's, 2/6; R. SMITH, Hon,'Secretary. SILVERSTREAM. BRANCH."■'"' NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY.., GRAND DANCE ' Crowning of the Queen Silverstream Mall WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80th, 1939. Ladies 1/6. '■ Gents 2/-. Bus leaves Upper Hutt Post Office.
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
On 'Thursday evening last the above in conjunction with the Borough 'Council hefct a meeting; iind entertain- .ment at' ; the.Majestic : Theatre. The."aim of the Association was to interest -the residents in join- ing the 'Society, also to engender within citizens a loveforTfcrees. Mr. J. Blewman, Mayor, pre-. sided, -and in iiitro.ducihg Mrs. Knox Gilmer, President, of the Wellington Horticultural Society and Mr. J- M. Fleming, President of the local Branch, stated that the Council. was all out - to co- operate with the Society for the beautifying of the district. Mrs., Knox Gilmer stated . that it was a great pleasure to her to come to Upper Hutt, as she well remembered when there was a flourishing Horiiculturai an*!. Beautifying Society in the dis- trict. It had been with regret that the 'Society had had such a long rest for about five T understand, continued the speaker, that there are a numbi-r of citizens anxious to take up the again. A town the si...
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE.
The members of the." above Bri- gade paraded ' in ' full force on Thursday to do honour to Mr. A. P. Godber,. who has been Hon. Instructor to the Brigade since its inception. J.Mr. Godber took the inspection and Superintend- ent W. Mason, presided • at the meeting following. Messrs- F. Goodland, , Rosevorh and Parsons. Honorary Members, and Council- lor B. Lancaster ; were present also. :. ■:• •.. = •;'•;. ...Superintendent Mason paid a tribute to the value of Mr- God- ber.'s; services, first ml helping tj form the ■:Silverstream Fire Bri- gade and hi the following years as its Honorary Instructor. Along With Mr. F. G ; opdland, Mr. Goh- ber had /formed the Silverstream Fire Police Corps This company did good work until it lapsed owing to lack of support from a previous Council. Superintendent Mason present- ed to Mr. Go Giber with the United Fire Brigades Association's de- coration for Life Honorary Mem- bers. It was stated that .the decora- tion wa...