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AUSSIE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 24 August 1939
The British: soldiers coming into contact with. the Australians for • the first time were puzzled- at their manner of description. •Her y e's :an instance. A'British : troop. of Yeomanry was lined up . 'alongside' some Australian Light Horsemen, and during a lull, after ah argument with two : Aussies, jOiie Britisher-said, to his- cobber: "Funny, ain't it? .... These 'ere Aussies can ride orlright, yet did ' you, 'ear one of '-em call, his 'orse a flamin' cow just now?''
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 24 August 1939
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
A most enjoyable afternoon was spent when the members of the- Wallaceville Women's Institute- held their Social Afternoon on Wednesday, ' 2nd . August. Mrs. ;- Watt, Vice-President, was in the chair, and warmly welcomed members and friends. '■ The hos- tesses, Mesdames W. Gorrie, Saw- tell, Williams, Hercock ,-■ and Braid arranged an excellent' pro- gramme- The clioir under the leadership . of Mrs. Wallis rendered two re- quest numbers, "Where E'er Yon Walk,'' and '' Old King Cole. ' '. A delightful solo was given; by Mrs: W. Robinson. '• - ; ; Competitions were won. by .Mrs. Watt, ' Mrs. Moore,, Mrs. Allen ■ and'V Mrs,'- Anderson. A.. guessing competition was 'won by. Mrs. Denovan and Mrs. White, equal, Ist, with Mrs. Webber'2nd; Monte Carlo • Waltz. by Mr .si; Spencer and Miss.Keys; Mystery"' Parcel by Mrs. . White. Dance music was supplied by Mrs. W- ; Robinson and afternoon tea was served by the hostesses;
WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS UNION. UPPER HUTT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 24 August 1939
WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS UNION.
UPPER HUTT BRANCH.
The Monthly Meeting of the Upper Hutt Branch of the. Wo- men's Division, farmers' Union was held, recently at the home of Mrs. MaVwby. Mrs. Hawthorne presided oyer," a' splendid attend- ance of members. -Minutes of the last meeting were read, and: con- firmed and several apologies re- ceived. Mrs. Mawby, who has re- cently returned from a . trip to various ■ countries, brought with her a wonderful collection •of beautiful -art treasures which were greatly admired by -the .members of the Division. Many of the .treasures were collected from Egypt; Ceylon, Aden and Naples. The competition for the..'month.: was the best jar. of lemon honey, which was won by Mrs. Collett, Mrs. Lindsay ■ .gaining second -place. The hostesses were Mrs. Palmer, who served a- delicious afternoon tea. -.
COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 24 August 1939
; Dr. Piekerill's offer .of three ■ dozen trees as a- donation to the. Borough was aebepted with thanks, and arrangements were made for delivery of same. -At the Council, meeting \on Friday evening- last, the Works •Committee report recommended that a footpath roller be purchas- ed immediately.- . •--.;" On the recommendation of the Works . Committee., : the Council .. 'decided to wait on the Minister of Public.Works : (Hon. R. Semple); : and 'asked nim to carry out'the work recommended. by : the Public Works' Engineer. Mr. Hansen,tt v prevent further river erosion at the bottom of Ebdentown Street. The Council received a letter from the Minister of Internal Af- fairs, advising them of the ap- pointment of His Worship the Mayor to the Advisory Commit- tee of the Hutt Valley Develop- ment Scheme. Councillor W- Greig. has been appointed, to represent the Upper Hutt Borough Council on the. .Committee formed to- celebrate the centennial of the. landina- of the first...
LAUNDRY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 24 August 1939
In all large hospitals the laun- dry is regarded as one of - the; major departments) The whole tone of the hospital is affected by the quality of the work perform- ed in this department. Further- more, laundry costs represent a large item in annual expenditure • and considerable savings or losses can be made according to the ef- • ficiency or otherwise of the staff and the plant. At the present time the Well- ington Hospital laundry is strug- gling under adverse conditions- to cover the requirements of 1 800 V* patients and 600 ot of the staff; Laundry work to the extent of. approximately £500 per annum is being sent to commercial laun-. dries, and improvements in ward services involving the use. of more linen must bo held in abeyance 1511 more provision is made to the . 1 aundry. •Before making recommendations regarding the future laundry ser- vice at Wellington it would be bol-oful to review the Board's de- cisions as'to the ultimate size of the Wellington ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
LEN. BEF&E MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Gars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding, Break Down Service 1 . Repairs to. all makres of Cars. Tyres arid Oils Stocked Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT
SHOP LOCALLY AND SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS
THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. LTD. WHOLESAIaE DEALERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1939.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
A CENTENNIAL SUGGESTION Sir, —"Very little publicity has been given to the form the Cen- tennial memorial for the Upper Hutt Borough will take. Fermit me to suggest that it take the form of a new railway station .for Silverstream. It is needed, and though it may not necessarily be a thing of beauty, a new station would, we hope, be a joy for ever. —I am, etc.,- -A. P. GODBER.
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
THAT Councillor Rendle sure had a pop at the/"Leader" on Friday evening last at the Coun- cil meeting, but, as per usual, was on the wrong track.
THAT the "Engineer" for the Borough is still a long way off.
THAT it would be nice to be able to read Councillor Poison r s mind when he mentioned that an engineer could be obtained for £400 a year; in other words, £8 per week, yet it was costing the Borough £30 a week at present to maintain a staff: without a qualified engineer.
THAT the busybodies referred to by Councillor Rendle was not the '' Leacferf*' so stated that wor- thy Councsfllpr.
THAT Qotincillor Poison infer- red that ail;;fwas not right with the Silyerst||j|m job.
THAT wekre pleased to see the Assitant Town Clerk back at the office- afterlhis touch of 'flu. .
THAT Councillor Clyma cer- tainly put "Councillor Poison on his mettle when he asked him ;r he knew what a theodlite was
THAT•' the ; vMayor to...
PUBLIC LECTURE. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
LECTURE will be held in Record Hall, Upper Hutt, Tuesday, Sept. 6th, 7.45 p.m.,. under the auspices ojf the Women's Insti- tutes (Silverstream, Trentham, Wal- laceville, Uppei- Hutt). Speaker: Miss Van Staveren. Subject: Aid ; Raid Precautions. His Worship the Mayor will preside. Everybody Welcome. Admission Free . E. HYSLOP, Hon. Sec. UPPERiHUTT. W.'l.
ST. JOSEPH'S STREET DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
ST. JOSEPH'S STREET DAY.
■ - •■ ■■■■■! - ; A very successful Street Day in aid of the above Orphanage was held in Upper Hutt-on Saturday last. "... From early morning a ladies' com- mittee were well.on the job and it is pleasing to know that their efforts were awarded with success. The Sisters of the Convent desire < to express their sincere' thanks to ; everyone who assisted in running the, stalls, also to the people of the dis- ' . trict who so generously bought from them,
It is anticipated that the Orphan- age will benefit to the extent of £70 through such an effort. Following are the results of the guessing competitions held on that day:—Vegetables, No. 71, Rex John- son; £1 Note, No. 318, L. Buckley; Supper Cloth, No. 123, Mr Bell; Doll In Bed, No. 3262, K. Crosby; Basket of Sweets, No. 130, L. Tranter; £1 Order, Mrs Sefton, Trentham; Cake. Mr Spearpoint; Sucking Pig, ,No. 106, Mrs .Kearney; Nightdress, No. 1199,.MT8 Sudgen; Coal, No. 274, Mrs |fred/ Jones, , ;
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. . . BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD; UPPER HUTT One Quality Only. '■:.;■■■' ''■--:' THE BEST. : . Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. F. F. HERCOCK 14in. BALL-BEARING LAWN . MOWERS . £3/5/0- --'• CUPS & SAUCERS 6 for 2/9 SARDINE'S 5 for 1/- Large Tins PINEAPPLE «cl Fresh* Stocks of Seeds and Seed Potatoes. Phone 66. • Goods Delivered. ( PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. /Fisher (Proprietor..) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. NEW SEASONS' SEEDS NOW IN STOCK. "K.P." Manure, A 1.41b: bags, 1/6. Redspray Oil, for Fruit Trees, 1/3 ■ bottle; Poultry Mash 251b. for 3/- . 'Phone IS4M. D. CLYDE MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT MALE CHOIR FIRST ANNUAL BALL .BROWN OWE —SEPTEMBER 22nd. A limited number of invitations are available. These may be obtain- ed by Subscribing Members and friends from the Secretary or any Choir Member. '
N.Z. LABOUR PARTY. UPPER HTJiTT KR^.M)H. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above organisa- tion will be held in the R.S.A'. Rooms*...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
Department Store DON'T FORGET W a nH b SP hh gas . rgp& a j& Hfe H fin h1 B ILB' Bh hA ' BB «f ' September 3rd 7 Gift Suggestions PYJAMAS SHIRTS TIES v ::: BRACES HANDKERCHIEFS SOX ■ " i&ememfterlßat» •" HE WILL APPRECiATE IT SEE OUR DAD'S WINDOW S. A. EDWARDS 4 SON ' FOOTWEAR STORE. BACK TO SCHOOL SHOES BOYS' " Streamlined Rubber & Leather Soles. PRICES: Sizes ■ 8-9 13/11 Size 2 16/11 10-11 14/11 3 17/6 12-13 15/6 4-5 i7/ll 1 16/6 GIRLS' Tan Shoes, Buckle or Tic. PRICES: . . :. Sizes 7- 8 11/6 Size 13-1 16/6 9 12/6 2-3 16/11 10 13/11 4-5 17/6 11 14/11 6 17/11 12 15/11 7 18/6 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
SILVERSTREAM BRANCH N.Z. LABOUR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
SILVERSTREAM BRANCH N.Z. LABOUR PARTY.
QUEEN CARNIVAL. The above Branch of the Labour , Party have j?ust completed a \ery successful Queen Carnival contestfi the_n\nal count taking place on Wed- nesday last. , pChe result of the contest was as -follows:—East Queen, (Alga John- son), 6,601; South Queen (Shirley Roberts), 6,139; and North Queen (Rosie Hayden), * ' CARNIVAL GUESSING COMPETITION. i x NORTH QUEEN — G-. 1 " Hayden, Miro Road, Cake; Mrs Shapworth, 'Miro Road, Coal and Wood; W. 'March, Hutt Workshops, WorL ci "Art, value £1. ' SOUTH QUEEN. —Nancy Duncan' ' Miro Road, Tea Cosy; Mrs Hay, Ava St., Petone, Cushion; Pat Braddock, Trentham, Cake; R. Stringer, Silver- stream, Doll's Bed; Merle Williams, Wellington, 21b. box Chocolatesr 'I. Hunter, Lower Hutt, Cigarettes. EAST QUEEN —B Stewart, Sil- verstream, Cigarettes; 1 "Mrs Sha'dbolt, Trentham,"Doll's,Bedr I.'Delia, SII- -verstream, Work of Art, value £1.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
Sir, —I see by the Press Report that 'Borough has now credit balance of £3,193. I would like to remind the ratepayers that we, ]\f\W fi|i months- to go before the end of the financial year. It " is quite possible that by then
there will be a deficiency of the above amount, or more. ** There will b'c time enough .thereto look for a vote of: confidence. •. In the report" of the ' Council meeting, they have decided to buy a roller for use on the footpaths.. No mention is made of what the cost will be, that is left to the ratepayers to find out, when they receive their next rate notices. I contend for the small amount of work that can be done at present, ■■ a roller could be hired for a few; pounds, and returned when finish- ed with, which would be much better than having one on hand ' and no work for it to do. , I notice that a Councillor has recommended that an Engineer be engaged at a salary of £400. per year to do certain work, and I am given to understan...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
i FOR SALE ONE JUBILEE 300 Egg Incubatoi - Cheap at £4 Cash. Apply GETHING'S GARAGE <*, . .'
BUSINESS FOR SALE. Q-UEST HOUSE. Wellington's lead- ing seaside Resort. 20 roomed, fully furnished, bed linen; crockery and cutlery all new. v Good paying proposition. £425, walk in. BAKERY TEAROOMS, old estab lished, books open for inspection to- genuine buyer. Price £400. Owner will leave part ,o£ purchase money on' terms. ' ' ■ HUTT VAJLIdpY AGENCY, G-eange Building. " Phone 7d. FOR SALE. 1 QOOD Level I • Sections, 200 yards from Upper; Hutt Railway Sta- tion. £45 upwa/dsl* Terms,, £10 de- posit. Balance £1 peV- month.' U~PPER HUTT. -Good colid /6- --< roomed house, ,all . cdnvenieces and 1 .acre of land good' for marked- garden, or small poultry farm. £1000 *' , •- Jb^_ : : < rpRENTHAM —4 roomed cottage and .* situated " Racecourse/ PVice £560 with £9 5 deposit which is. cash , ( over* mortgage. HUTT VALLEY IvAND AGENCY, Geange Building. . • Phone (6. "RANTED —Gardener, 't...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
FATHER'S DAY, SEPT. 3rtl. 'BUY HIM SLIPPERS FROM S. A. EDWARDS & SON TRENTHAM,. Saturday, Sept. 2nd. Dick Powell & Priscilla Lane "COWBOY FROM . BROOKLYN." with the following marvellous cast— Pat O'Brien, Dick Foi-an, Ann Sheri- dan, Johnnie Davis & Ronald-Regan: (Universal Exhibition.) Tuesday, Sept. sth. A Paramount Double Feature Programme. WILLIAM BOYD (Hopalong Cassidy) "RENEGADE TRAIL" AND MARTHA RAVE & 808 HOPE "NEVER iSAY DIE" Thursday, Sept. 7th. A Paramount Special Production "HOTEL IMPERIAL" A great spy .story with Isa Miranda, Ray Milland, Reginald Owen, \. T ene Lockhart and the DON COSSAOIi CHORUS. (Recommended for Adults.) Pictures will also be screened ,oh > Wednesday, Sept. 6th., A grand Benefit Performance. CHURCH NOTICES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. St. David's.—ll. a.m.: Rev. J. C. MeCaw; 7 p.m.: Mr. C. Web- ster. Wallaeeville.—2 p.m.: Com- - munion Service. Trentham.—7 p.m.: Communion Service. Silverstream. —7 p.m.: Mr. F. E. Chappell. . ■ CHURCH OF ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
MAJESTIC Heated For Your Comfort. 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. MY SON IS A CRIMINAL WITH ALAN BAXTER JACQUELINE WELLS No more terrible duty did a man ever face than to ' shoot down his only son to uphold the law :.,... Better a bullet in his boy's heart than a stain on the name of Halloran. Thrilling, Tense, Dramatic. Excellent Supporting Subjects. SPECIAL NOTICE (next Mcradzean's Bakery, Upper Hutt) is definitely OUT ON HIS OWN for BOOT REPAIRS. Note Trentham Depots— H. Wheeler's Barber's Shop, Camp St. Frater's Store, opp. Trentham Station (late Mars- den). Open Each Peggy's Store, Main Road (next Trentham School.) PROMPT SERVICE. NEW ZEALAND STANDARD - With a- view to organising a delivery of"The Standard," we ask readers of the '/Leader" to co-operate with us to bring this valuable weekly rigM' to your door. "The- Standard" has recently introduced two more very valuable features; One, an exclusive foreign news service, covering world events, and throwing a new' light on world_ trends,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 31 August 1939
Upper Hutt's Modern Steam Heated Theatre. 8 P.M. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 P.M. POPULAR PRICE NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT SUPREME! A Musical Comedy Version of Alexandre Dumas The Three Musketeers WITH DON AMECHE (As a Singing Fighting D'Artagnon) THE RITZ BROS. (As Phoney Musketeers more at home with a - carving knife.) The happiest idea in entertainment since Movies be : gan to move—Sword play—Horse-play—Songs— * Romance —A Riot of Mirth." A Feast of Adventure,. Excellent Supporting Programme Universal Exhibition. • 2 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. With pleasure indeed we present Rudyard Kipling's immortal Ballad of Heroism and Gallantry . - GMJNQA iH.X Thrills for a thousand movies plundered" for one mighty show! The rolling thunder of drum fire in the mystic mountains of India —The screen's big adventure with three fighting loving sons of the . British Battalions — CARY GRANT VICTOR McLAGLEIf DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Jr. Book Now for both nights at Thompson's.' 'Phone Reserves mu...