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WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS' UNION.
Mrs. Hawthorne, President of the Upper Hutt Branch of the Women's Division of the Farm- ers' Union, presided ovej'a good attendance of members at the re- cent monthly meeting. Mrs. W. Collett" kindly gave the use of her home for the occasion- The com- petition for the month (best worked tea-towel), was won by Miss Nancy Keys. Mrs; Lindsay gained second . place. Mrs. W. Gorrie gave an interesting'demon- stration on wool rug making. The hostesses were Mrs. Mawby and Mrs. James.
HOCKEY WARRIORS CONVINCING WIN [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
WARRIORS CONVINCING WIN
• The 2nd Division -Juniors .de- feated Huia .on Saturday • last at Nae Nae by 3 goals to one. ■ Wallis scored two very quick goals by following up smartly and showing.good judgment. Taking the game on the whole, Warriors .was the better team and deserved their . win, although some ,of the players, are still in- clined to play out of position.-
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
Councillor Poison's '/Notice of Motion" for- an. Engineer will-be received with a mixed feeling. The point to consider, - can- Borough- afford such- an expense ' just at- present, as ;. ho . doubt it. will cost' between £300' and £400 for such an engineer. The Coun- v cil has the services at present of - a. Consulting Engineer if requir- ed, but is there sufficient work for' a .-permanent- engineer-. -without; re- ducing, t-lie .'present' staff-? v ; ':■- ' With the extra increase- -of. rates this year, it is doubtful- whe- ther the'•■ratepayers would ap- .prove of the extra expense,.unless' it could be'proved as suggested by tlie mover, that such an engi- neer would., save his salary in re- ducing the expenditure on ; the ' various works- " .". ; .':.;,"•■.'■;'
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
CHURCH -NOTICES.. * CHURCH OF ENGLAND- TENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Trentham.—B a.m.: H.C; 7 p.m.: Evensong (Vicar). Upper Hutt.—ll a.m.-: Litany and H.C; 7 p.m. • Evensong (Mr. Bryant). '■■ Silverstream.—7 p.m.: Even- song (Mr- Mason). Akatarawa. —7 p.m.: Evensong (Mr. Finlay). ■ Confirmation. Classes as usual. • —Rev. N. E. WINHALL, - ' ' . " Vicar. ■' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH- '■- Upper Hutt.—ll a.m.: Rev. J. G: MeCaw. ■■„■ Trentham.—7 p.m.: Mr. F- E. Chappell. . • Silverstream.—-7 p.m.: Mr. C. Brown.' ..GOSPEL HALL, UPPER HUTT. SUNDAY, AUGUST 13th- r 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School./? p.m.—Gospel Service, Speaker: Mr. R. Nairn, .(Irish Evangelist). Subject: "A Dying Man's Folly.'' A Hearty .Welcome to All. METHODIST 'CHURCH, Corner /Main Road and Benzie Avenue. .Ser- vices each Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 ir.m. Minister: Sister Edith Beer, .Main Road, Upper Hutt.
'. MAJESTIC THEATRE, . -• UPPER, HUTT TUESDAY, AUG. 15th, 8 p.m.' WELLINGTON CITY SALVATION ARMY BAND. GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL A V...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
■ . TRENTHAM.. , Saturda3/, August 12th and Monday, August 14th. The Picture of Thrills. Gary Grant Victor McLaglen,' Douglas Fairbanks Jr. ••■ . '.' •in . . •""':. . Adult Audie-:ces. " No Half Price on Saturday. Tuesday, lAugust 15th: A Double Feature Programme. . Ronald Regan in . ' V<ACCIDENTS'WILL . ■ . -HAPPEN* ,- ' and Dick Puii'cell aiid Aim Sheridan. . '". ■ ." ' in '':■.-., "MYSTERY HOXJ.SE*'' Adult Audiences. Thursday, August 17th. Chester Morris, France's Mercer in '.' rs BMASHIMG'THE- ' RACKETS'' .'■.'. ■.-■."... with Bruce Cabot, Rita Johnson, etc.. Adult Audiences. W. HALL.& CO. '■":■ (Late. P. Robertson) ' FUNERAIi DIRECTORS "' -. ■'. fl- -'LOWER HUTT.' Phones 62-640 & 62-740. Mrs. P. Robertson,. Representative. HEW ZEALAND' RED CROSS ■■■■■-■■ . ■■': (Inc.)" ' / . UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE. FIRST AID CLASSES commence . in ST. HILDA'S HALL, * UPPER.HUTT ','• -.'.'.'.''.■.• ; ' MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 14th,'' at; 7.30 p.m. . -\- ; Fee: 3/6. ,\' ;.. ' Join now and eq...
FOOTBALL UPPER HUTT GETS HOME WITH THE ODD POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
UPPER HUTT GETS HOME WITH THE ODD POINT.
The match .between /Upper Hutt and the Army team was one of.the hardest played' this season, and right, up to the final whistle both sides were going all out. /From the kick-off:, Upper Hutt • took the ball up field, but Prentice found the line with a good kick. Danby set the Army moving, but- Jillett, Upper Hutt, with a great dive stopped; the rush. . After 40 minutes of play /with the ball travelling from one end to the other, Army went-over for the first score of the match, but failed to convert with an .easy kick. ' • Upper Hutt backs got moving and Morton found the line with a .splendid kick. Half-time was ' called with the Army leading by 3 points .to'nil. '~•'-' The. second half, opened up rather dramatically, McLaren, tipper Hutt, going over for a splendid try; Morton's kick just failed- Bothteams now began to go all out and Upper Hutt was penalis- ed several • times for infringe- . '-merits'. Eventually Army got ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
Many people were interested what decision the Council would come to about the kerbing and channelling in Wood Street, where it had been ' stated that it was too high. The Overseer's re- port, however, satisfactorily con- cluded the.debate hy its statement that the kerbing and channelling, was absolutely ..correct.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
Heated for Your Comfort. Popular Double Feature Programme. S P.M. SATURDAY. ' : SATORBAf 3 P.M. ■ BOBBY '■ BREEIf .-EST Wharf : ■ Here is adventure—heartbreaks and high hilarity in ' a story new to.the screen—San Francisco's colourful waterfront colony of lovable fisherfolk. ■ . Excellent Supporting-Programme. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Wayside Cabaret \ . (Ho welPsMall,.Trentham)'-.. . .' :.THE -DAHCERS' .RENDEZVOUS ' ' ' All the latest hits by Continental Dance Band plus . • NOVM/TIEIS. EIXCEILLEN-T SUPPEK. Come Along You'll Enjoy The Gayest Fun. Admission, 2/-. - .■'.'■ M.C's.r.K.'PAYNE, '■.'■,.■ ' , ; :. 'C. EVANS,
UPPER HUTT LABOUR PARTY i."■'■■-.' ■ • MAJESTIC THEATRE, UPPER. HUTT /'. . - ■■', ON ■' - THURSDAY, AUGUST '"'24 th- 1939. HARRY AVERY ORCHESTRA. '' SUBSCRJKKON::—UADIEB 2/-, GENTS 2/6. ' _ ,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
I .'. , Upper Hutt's Modern Steam Heated Theatre. 8 P.M. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 P.M; . POPULAR PRICE MIGHT . ' Brilliant Double Feature Programme. Direct from its Sensational City Release. , Brand New Re-issue of the World's Greatest Motion Picture HELLS ANGELS '■; • ' _ ■ ■WIT& JEAN HARLOW - BEN LYON - JAMES HALL No other picture has ever equalled the daring and , breathtaking magnitude of this Mighty Braiha -of the Skys. Brought back from the film vaults and issued in brand-new copies, this Masterpiece is again sweeping the world with tremendous success. BORIS KARLOFF IN MR. WONG DETECTIVE Karloff, Master of Eerie Characterisation plays the ihost thrilling role of his career as the inscrutable Chinese Detective who brilliantly unmasks a killer. Follow the Crowd to the Mayfair on Friday Night. (Recommended for Adult Audiences.) Added Attraction—Commencement of Thrilling Chapter Play—Episode One of "THE &ADIO >' 1.45 P.M. SATURDAY MATINEE 1.45 P.M. Another of our Mighty Double F...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. MEETING ADJOURNED UNTIL WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
MEETING ADJOURNED UNTIL WEDNESDAY EVENING.
The. Bprbugh Council met on Friday.' evening last, the Mayor, Mr- J. : , presiding. The ";iN~ew Zealand Railways wrote , in .reply, to the Council's application;for' an .extra carriage, on the 4.15 paii!> Wellington- Upper j Hutt train, stating that they were pleased to advise' that such additional carriage had been ' provided.- The Department re- gretted, however, that owing to an insufficient number of car- riages equipped for steam-head- ing, they could not bring into operation the full programme of steam-heated carriages. The Session Clerk of the.Pres-. byterian Church wrote the Coun- cil,- enquiring the policy of that body in respect of showing pic- tures on Sundays. Councillor J. Purvis suggested that considering there were six nights a week for showing pic- tures, Sundays should not be used' for soich entertainment.' -'• ~.;,.'. The Mayor- stated that file Council has/the power to grant a permit for pi...
ARBOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
The Mayor reported, that Arbor Day was carried out in the dis- trict and with the "co-operation of .the schools, trees, were planted and the children instructed to look after them and watch their growth. Also, the Block House was visited and it was suggested that the grounds be planted with native trees- It was also decided to /open' up the trench surround- ing the Block House and make .it look like it must have been dur- ing the Maori Wars. . When the Works Committee report was being read out, Coun- cillor Clyma stated that it was not a Committee report, but a Council one as there were a majority of the Council on the Committee, therefore it was abso- lutely out of order. This mattei.' was .deferred for a later meeting.
CONFERENCE BETWEEN COUNCIL AND RAILWAY AUTHORITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
CONFERENCE BETWEEN COUNCIL AND RAILWAY AUTHORITIES.
Recently a conference between members'of the Borough Council and the District Traffic Manager was held. The Council was repre- sented by His Worship ' the Mayor, Councillors Lancaster, Purvis, Greig, Ren die and In- spector Yarnell- Mr: Smith, Dis- trict Traffic- Manager and Mr. Smith, District Engineer of the New Zealand.:; Railways, repre- sented the Department. - The following subjects were discussed :— Silverstream Station: Cr. Lancaster reported that the station, building at Silverstream was totally ■ inadequate for the number of people who travelled on the trains, also there was in- sufficient lighting along the right- of-way. . The District Engineer stated that he would not make any re- commendation about the station building • as under the circum- stances he did not think it war- ranted it.v - ' - v As regards to the lighting, Mr. Smith (Traffic Manager) stated that he would give this matter serious consideration and ...
THEY SAY— WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
THEY SAY— WHAT DO THEY SAY?
That Ex-Mayor Me Curdy never misses a Council meeting. That Hazelwood and Co. are the local agents for the McCrea ■Mattresses. That next week-end will' prob- ably see the end of the champion- ship football matches for this sea- son. That Training College have ac- quired the services of Mr. A.- Mc- Donald, the . ex-All Black, for coaching purposes- That the '"Leader's sin.cerest wishes go out to pur Prime Min- ister for a speedy recovery. That Mrs. Greig, wife of Coun- cillor W. Greig, reached her 76th birthday last week. Congratula- tions.
WELLINGTON PUBLIC HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
WELLINGTON PUBLIC HOSPITAL.
Through the coulrtesy of the district's representative, Mr. J. Purvis, we are able to publish the following report from the Well- ington Hospital Board for our reader's information:— The Wellington Hospital reports as follows for the month of June, 1939: Totals for 1939 are shown in parenthesis:—. Total number of admissions (1939) 852, 1938, 800/ total num- ber of discharges (1939) 801, 1938, 783; total number of deaths, (1939) 72, 1938, 65; total number of operations (1939) 553, 1938, 442; number of patients in Hos- pital for three months or over (1939) 78, 1938, 79/ daily average number of occupied beds (1939) 815.9, 1938, 764.3. ' Special Departments:— Number of attendances., at Massage Department (1939) 2425, 1938/ 2490;' number of attend- ances at Actino-therapy (1939) 630, 1938, 567; number of attend- ances at X-Ray Repartment (1939) 1234, 1938, 813; number of attendances at Radium De- partment (1939) 374, 1938, 363. Dental Department.— Number...
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 10 August 1939
Trentham School Dances—Aug- ust 23rd., a September ' 20th., Oc- tober 18th., and November 15th. Warrior's Hockey Club Dance— August 17th. \ Plunket Society. Dance,- Aug- ust 10th.' R.S.A. Quarterly Meeting, Aug- ust 11th. ■'"■."■•_ Wayside Cabaret, every Satur- day. ' - ' ' ~ Labour Party Card Party, every Saturday. •E.S-.A.- Card Party, every Tues- day. .
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 17 August 1939
LEN. BENGE ; 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.
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THURSDAY, ATMOTST 17th, 1939.
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UPPER HUTT AND DIS TRICT HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 17 August 1939
UPPER HUTT AND DIS TRICT HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY.
; As a result of the public meet- ing held recentry, when Mrs Knox Gilmer, the Patron of the Society,- delivered an address, membership has been steadily increased. AH those interested in horticul- ture should become members, and ..thereby, assist the Society to hold ■a,successful show, and incidentlv help to beautify the borough as a whole. Therd is no doubt about the .quality of flowers and pro- duce that can be grown in the Upper Hutt Valley, and as the membership is now only 2/6 per annum the Society is looking for- ward to a lie arty from■-.. residents to take up, membership ■ of such- a worthy object. - : - • Application, to any member of. the Committee or the Secretary will-be gladly received. ' 'The annual show is to be held' on Friday, the Ist December, and the schedules will soon be avail- able; Promises -of trade displays from nurserymen have come i.o hand, and the Society now looks forward to .residents to become mem...
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 17 August 1939
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE.
Deputy Superintendent Harlen in the absence of Superintendent Mason, made the monthly insp.ee- • tion of the Brigade,. and presided at. the monthly meeting. There was a fulh attendance of mem- bers. Councillor Lancaster was elected an Honorary . Member. Fireman Clutterbuck reported on the last meeting of the Hutt Val- ley: Fire Brigades' Association. Arrangements were finalised for the forthcoming annual dance on 16th inst. . Many acceptances of invitations were received. It was decided to ask the Council to r.emo.ve the -advertise- ment hoarding, now on the plot on the north side of the fire sta- tion, to a position "on the south side. If this is done it will im- prove the appearance of the sta- tion and surroundings.. The officer's report.noted two calls for the month, with little or no damage to propetry. All plant and equipment were in good order. An address on aspects of Fire Brigade work had been given to ■"firemen during the month.