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Upper Hutt Leader : October 26th 2011
8 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 26, 2011 NEWS 4130420AA NEW MOON AND COLEMAN ON MAIN NEW MOON AND COLEMAN ON MAIN NEW MOON AND COLEMAN ON MAIN New Moon and Coleman On Main are two totally unique businesses, which are located in the same building for your convenience. Jacinta Clarke-Harvey and Lois Coleman are old friends who thought it would be a great idea to own a shop together. They opened in August and have enjoyed every minute. Jacinta provides a range of crystals, clothing, jewellery, craft and more in New Moon. She used to sell items at the Martinborough Fair and Upper Hutt Spring Festival and says she can not quite explain what drew her to crystals. ``It's hard to describe a natural feeling. I just like the calming effect of them.'' ` `This shop is an extension of me really, it's to bring something unique into Upper Hutt.'' New Moon has over 150 types of polished stone and their crystals are imported from South America. They also have a range of locally made clothing and jewellery, as well as items from America and Indonesia. The store has a sale on Infinity Skirts, which can be worn in 10 different ways and have been reduced from $119 each to $85. Jacinta also makes jewellery and dream-catchers. She runs workshops to make your own dream-catchers, prayer flags and affirmation or vision boards so call in store if you are interested. At the back of the store is Lois's Coleman On Main alteration, repairs and dressmaking service. She provides some of the cheapest trouser hemming in Upper Hutt at only $15 and has decades of experience. ``It goes down the line in my family,'' Lois says. ``On my mother's side all the women were dress makers so it's a natural progression.'' If you have a specific request or a basic job, alterations are often completed on the same day. Coleman On Main have a wide range of expertise. They have made ball dresses, outfits for the Upper Hutt Business Awards and more. She loves her job and will help customers in any way possible. ``It's just something that's a natural talent. I get a lot of enjoyment out of it. It's nice that you see people in the street that have decent length hems or that have worn an outfit that was made by you.'' If you have any enquiries or just want to take a look around pop down to their business at 187 Main St. It is situated between Telecom and Flight Centre in the old Herecock' s gift shop building. Alternatively you can call New Moon on 527 3610 or Coleman On Main at 528 3233. Company Profile Company Profile 187 Main Street Upper Hutt Infinity Skirts Special Were $119.0 0 Now $85.00 All trouser hems Just $15.00 3578591AQ Truth For Our Times Part One Hundred & Thirty Seven Jesus raised in Spiritual glory at his resurrection. That the overcoming Church from this Gospel Age, will be raised to immortality, to see Jesus in all his glory, as they will be Spiritual Beings. The hope given to the disciples, which they would understand after Pentecost, was to be made partakers of the divine nature, to be raised as spiritual beings, as we have seen from 1 Cor. chapter 15. Also if Jesus was raised in his physical body, the disciples would know what they would be like when the Lord returns, but as 1 Jo. 3:2 Tells us :- "Beloved, now are we the sons of God, and it doth not yet appear, what we shall be ; but we know that, when he shall appear, we shall be like him; for we shall see him as he is" In Romans 8:16, 17 it says "The spirit itself bearish witness with our spirit that we are the children of God. And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ, if so be that we suffer with him, that we may also be glorified together". The hope of the church is that she may be like her Lord, "see him as he is" and be a partaker of the divine nature. "Father I will that they also, whom thou givest me, be with me where I am, that they may behold my glory, which thou hast given me, for thou lovest me before the foundation of the world", John 17:24. "For if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection", Rom.6:5. "And as we have bourne the image of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly", 1 Cor. 15:49. Our human nature is but a temporary tabernacle to be put off even as Jesus put off his human dwelling place or tabernacle, 2 Pet. 1:14; 2 Cor. 5:1-4. Jehovah's Holy Name. We have seen in parts 53-55 of how our Heavenly Father's name is Jehovah. In further extolling His Sacred Name we see in the Old Testament Scriptures everywhere LORD is written in capital letters, is referring to that sacred name. He also caused many Israelities to be so named that their very names have recorded and made multiple repetitions many times in the Bible. If we have a look in Strong's Concordance we see 3085, Jehovah adorned; 3086, Jehovah pleased; 3059, Jehovah seized; 3076, Jehovah favoured; and it goes on with various ones in revealing many times His Holy Name. Part One Hundred & Thirty Seven. October 26th. To Be Continued, A. Carter Pair nabbed in minutes The second man who helped cause $30,000 damage in vandalism in Upper Hutt has admitted dozens of charges. Charles Morgan, 23, appeared in the Upper Hutt District Court last week and admitted 31 charges of intentional damage. He also denied 21 separate vandal- ism acts and will reappear in court on November 21. Prosecuting Sergeant Ian McDon- ald said there had been a lack of vandalism since Morgan was charged and put on a curfew, which stopped him being out at night. The tagging and etching around town has ceased, Mr McDonald said. Morgan s alleged co-offender, Shannon Sidney Barrett, 18, appeared on September 28 and also pleaded guilty. The men were arrested by police at 2.45am on September 9 after they were allegedly seen on CCTV cameras vandalising a property. They were apprehended within seven minutes and held in custody for the weekend. Judge Michael Turner remanded Morgan until January 25 for sentencing and called for a repar- ation report on the vandalism. Son hit with wood A mother of four has admitted hit- ting her teenage son with a piece of wood. The woman, who has name sup- pression, pleaded guilty last week to common assault on the evening of July 26. Prosecuting Sergeant Ian McDon- ald said she told her children to come inside for dinner, but they continued to play outside. First she went to look for a wooden spoon. Unable to find one, she found a piece of wood. Mr McDonald said the woman hit her five-year-old on the hand with a spatula and her teenage son on the bottom with the piece of wood, which caused bruising. In explanation she described a number of hardships she was facing as a single mother raising four children. Judge Michael Turner convicted and remanded her until January 25 for sentencing. He said he granted name suppression not to protect her, but to protect the children s identity. Lamb and calf date Pauatahanui School is holding its lamb and calf day gala on Saturday, November 5. The event is from 10am till 2pm and has a rich history dating back to the 1940s. Children bring their lambs, calves, goats and horses to the event, hoping their pet will be awarded best ani- mal by judges. The country fair includes other attractions such as sheep shearing displays, food and craft stalls, face painting and pony rides. Live entertainment will be supplied by the Robinson Sisters and there will be some dance acts by local children. The lamb and calf day gala is an annual event to fundraise for the school and support the community. To find out more information, visit lambandcalfday.co.nz.
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