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BOXING [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

BOXING McCreary and Willis were to have fought at Aiiumstou'n ua Saturday night, but tho latter failed to put in an appaerawo. .Seve ral spars were arranged. l)o!km and Smith boxed six willing rounds; Drown and Krecl lour rouuds, uud "Young IduurUo" and Mc Creary lour rounds. .Mike Williams mr-eU Sam Billing, of Inverell. at Uunnedah Stadium on the 2Gth inst. Tills content should bo well worth see ing, as Hillings is a greatly improved fighter ol late, and has a challenge out to box any man in the State for 1*100 wager. Mike is staking i.'0l> to see what he is made of. In conversation thU morning the latter assur ed thi* writer that ill* Guunedah climate agreed with him." and lie never felt better in his life, and if successful in his coming euoounter will meet Turner, of Tasmania, at Sydney Stadium. He also wishes to stato that he is willing to box Bill Squires, either at Tamworth or Newcastle, for a good wager. .lack Smith and George Davis, >>oth Itoal men, uje billed for...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MILITARY REGISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

MILITARY REGISTRATION. The now compulsory training scheme I? go in*; along well. The registration forms are beginning to Mow in in great numbers, and in a short time the medical examination will take place when all those who pass the test will be provided Willi the tu-w Common wealth uniform and equipment. Already these is unite an amount of friendly riv alry between the different training areas as to which area is going to make the best show-ins ami have the largest muster wiien the training begin*. The local area officer informs us that the Tnmworth district will no; be far behind when the returns go in. showing the nnrobcr rtt for duty. As Tain* worth and district has always held it.-? own against all comers in the way of mili tnty duty, both on the Hold and at sport, it can confidently be looked forward to bold its own in the new forces.

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DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVER! for Cooehs and Cakis onroo, auvaooi. voio Is Ctl and 8a. Obtafcjblo at all j^boros, PuUniin's Phorimtcj. —

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

SUMMARY. Mr. William Donaldson has been elected president of the Duri branch of the Puis* ers and Settlers' Association, and Mesaw. A. B. Smitb and Geo. Bielefeld, vlcc-prai* <lents. The Duri branch of the Farmers and Set tlers' Association intend bringing undertfce actio* o! tho Deputy Postuiaster-GeneraJ inadequate postal facilities commensurate with the importance of tbe district. It was stated that the present arrangement* aie no further forward than they, ware a quarter of a century ago. The Duri branch of the P. and S. Asso ciation are to meet on Saturday next to consider the claims put forward by tkm Rural Workers' Union. Tho recent rain* huv0 done an immense amount of beneiis in tho country, a*d gen eral reports from all sources state tfoMW i» an abundance of The cern cr«p»p«*© especially good, and :t record return this district is anticipated. Mr. Meagher, MX. A., bus been pr&aeajfld })y the women niembeis of tbe Darfn/fc&oci Lubor League with a I...

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TAMWORTH'S SECOND EISTEDDFOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

TAMWORTH'S SECOND EISTEDDFOD. It is now about fifteen months since Tarn* j worth produced its lirst l£i$tedd:od, the memory of its great success is still fresh in the minds of the people of ii-;s district. On that occasion. Tamwonli ros'j up as one man and went lo the Oval to partici pate in the feast of good things provided. The first Eisteddfod was attended by stu pendous success, success not only iu the high standard of musical achievement, but also financially. It is hardly necessary to mention any of the main features of the fast Eisteddfod. Suffice it to say that the result was a credit to Tamworth. The committee that made it a success '(with slight alteraiiou) are still in exist ence and it may bo of interest to the dis trict to learn that this body of citizens are against bestirring themselves to activity. Next Thursday night, at the .Mechanics* In 8tttnte, they will hold a meeting to deter mine their line of action for the coining Eisteddfod, which tbey hope to be able to h...

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The Tamworth Daily Observer WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1911, ADVANTAGES OF A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

The Tamworth Daily Observer WEDNESDAY, JANUARY is, inn, ADVANTAGES OF A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, •Hti: £t is not the first occasion en wlii. tion has foeeu made !n the ioh:uin>; local press of th<* <j. ,.f a local Chamber .<1 ' for. fiuch . a body is uiif .< host meant; of advertising a town outside world. Vheve ran hardly doubt of that. Wh.'it ihf business of a large town form an a>.«oi thi> protection ami pr terostf. they r: Interests of t h»* onim live. The effort * rt In a town, or the i t! men. run do nnirh overyone concern'*? i particular-ydareor m one strong bodv. • f etetent-volce, th i results-accmc. 1* nteir of Taimvo*;)* i« Commerce, w.:?': h • port of tin* !<• *' r': there would-at r: • « new force in -}.w w.: dred terest.-? ot hi pay nothicu wh/cfc would of a f«nver»VJ gestt'd. It the i>» ,• «?• «'.tcl\ ! > .-::ly when ;[•■ v.. of any ••••:; in and act aa with cno in and '•irnnipt i.-adinj; buvine.'S i: a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

Should know tiiat the ' piiieif, sweetest and most ecaacmffcal rae±ba£( ^••preserving, p6a0ggg aid'fceajatifjfk^jijabyfetendcr gk'fn liea-'in^wafflvfeaths with And^gentle ^pKcationsafis'Cxiti cura'Ointment... For- eczemas^, rashes, ilthings aiitl" chafings*flf childhood and for the prevention ot- the same, as well-as for the sanative,' antiseptic. cleansing;;of ulcerateckyinflamed mncoas sar facesaniotlKr uses which suggest themselves t& women^ these gen tle emollients are fhdispensaSIe. Soil! Ujpo«hout Uus wcrld. I»#t»otrr'T.isi3««>27,: rhsrteiAuMur^v4''HAalA..C,ILac-tJe Ib?afie.A<vaci« lla. n. Tornw £ Co- fijrt!iv»y: JnOla. B. K. »«*.' Cvlrutla: Chfn*. TTorn* TCone ttn»e» rin.r .Tcmo. ' Rfaruy. r,td„ "Pikfo;So.-Afrn*.>r*. ■ Pnip A Cktar "TVjfp, Cg>Poat'trcc«rQ:Ttem Boot o .. TUwUio. Mtat. Printed aud PuiUfaJicx: r»y ALERTLY JOSKP1I, of While-stueet, # TatttivorUv for The Tamworth ^ewisVapsr Co., Ltd., at Lhc-onieo.oL.tbo Company. Peel street, Taicworth,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

Aorppi ho XEM1A TOXIC ia the srca^st of all blootlmakers.* TXfAXTKD.—A unort dfiiieml. Mrs. *» A Kelfe, Rutt'con-in'onm-. WANTKI),—A Gonetnl S.-rnuit. Mrs. C. W. >) on k i n s», Ta m v.or t h. WAN'nCD.—lifld for Dairy Karin, imisl bo good milking hand. \V. .J. Little, lilook u, l'cel Section. WAXTIOD Kespoctnblo Girl, abuut 1C or 17 years of hkc, a* Working Compan ion. Apply Mm. K. Suiith, "Smith vjilr." Currabubula. '^iyANTKD.—hnL\ for Dairy I'aim. Mtiftt * ' bo good milking bond. J. Gouut, Hallfivillt'. {SJTAVANCI'ES. for ^'nonrdt-rs.—Apply Mrs.* Csywe,'Peel-stroet, West Tamuortb. WANTED* for Client, DwHHiir m-ar town, about 4 rooms*and . 11oni '.£600 to £600. Frank Wyndham. TO LIST;—Tivo.sbops in ; Pccl-strect, noxt* Donning and Sons. Apply Ml. A. Stan I'tfald. InpO be up to date and coitm-I in ynnr at | tire,,consult J. Astley, Practical Tuilur lUiit-ks' Arcado), Peel-street, Tannvorth. WANTFJ) Good General Servant, for Mi:n)l family. .Mrs. A. II. Mnclag. jiart, IlilUuvi fr (...

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SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

SPORTING NOTES. ,v HORSE RACING. " FIXTURES. January. IS—Victoria Park Races. IS, IP—Bingara Races. 39, 20—Bong Bong Picnic Races. 21, 2G—A.J.C. Anniversary Meeting* 21—Krawarree Races. 23, 24—Barrrrtia T;C. Meeting. £5—Wollsend J.C. Races. 25—Deniliquln V.L.J.C. Meeting. 25—Kensington Race?. 25, 26—Bourke Hospital Benefit Meeting. 25. 26—Batburst T.C. Races. 2C—BeHinger River J.C. Races. 20—Lawrence J.C. Races. 26—Marengo J.C. Races. 26—Reefton Races. 20—Milbulong J.C. Races. 26—Leadvillc R.C. Mee,!ng. 26—Condobolin J.C. Ruves. 26—Major's Creek T.C. Races. 26—Boolaroo Races. 2C—Quir'mdi Australipn Horse Amateur Meeting. 26—DaJsety J.C. Races, 26—Bowral VC.C. Meeting. 26. 27—Burren Junction Aiuftteur Races 2C, 27—Gten Jnnes J.C. Racas. 2S—Wallsend J.C. Racci. 2S—Victoria Park Races. 30—Milton R.C. Meeting. The jLoncral manager «»i the Albion Park Joekoy Club, Mr. John Wren, has promised to giv\. a stake ot ltKh» sovs tor a seven fnrlung handicap. tu be run at the Rreak fast Creek ft...

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FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

FROiVI OUR POINT OF VIEW. Tauiworth poopl© who know what a flood tuoaus can sjanpatlnso with the people in Sydney anil tho north-west districts, who liaru just experienced the troubles caused by water run mad. it is some mitigation of the mUocies oY the doluge that has vUit «,d tU|> country in kowo parte that it lia.1* «jccucied in tho summer time, not-, as re* '.outly in England aud Franco. dining tin* .brttor cold of winter, i'or even in summer ♦trine 110 uUe alk> lias «;ono thiouuh theui U .anxious to rej>eJit tho expei iono\ and it vivas easy to understand people'* nt-trtude last Thursday a* they watched 11:.* »am .•desuoud in torronty. and lumemb'-red how near thoy were to tho date of i]i(. disastrous •flsporinct'a of last year. Tho adiuiraWo ''Mrs*. IWisas ot tho Cabbagbo I'.utvh" was respon sible for the excellent sujy:tv.ti»>n not to put up our mnbiolla before ii ruins. but when ib-did ruijj olio can unite understand that people begau to think of rafts aud boats,...

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TANCARATTA NEWS. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

TANCARATTA NEWS. (From a Correspondent.) The usual meeting of the Tangaratta Progress Association was held at Mr. H. Wood's residence on Saturday night last. Mr. A. •!. Panklmrst (vice-president) occu pied the chair. while others present were: Messrs. Hi>.on. Wood. Woods. Dobson, Briivn. McDonald. Alderton, Sliurpe. Gore, and Price. The secretary was Instructed to write the Minister lor Education, and urge the erection of the school at Tangaratta, for which a tender has already been accepted. It was decided to asl: the Chief Railway Commissioner to reconsider the advisabil ity of erecting a siding at the T-mlle lane, ou Guuneduh lload. At the conclusion of the raeetiog, the new settlers held a meeting (Mr. Gore in the chair) to appoint three delegates to attend the meeting to be lield In Tamworth on February |Q for ill* purpose of making arrangements to Induce tlto (Jovornment to grant roneessslons in connection with the instalment due on the Peel Itfver resumed area*. Messrs. WV...

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WOMAN AND HER WORLD. THE RESTFUL WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

WOMAN AND HER WORLD. THE-RE6TFUL WOMEN In ibew-dnys of hurry ;uh! bnstli>, and consequacti aorres, tie lacli of roiiuso, es pecially .among women, is most marked. Vot repceo, ajid'ftbi* reatfuhiefls tlnit fioeji vrith It, .is-a-jnnsfpotent attraction. The respose fnl' wojnon- not- only" makes ll""Ss »Mer r,,r hetseB* and liar boaaobold, bud is soothing amt-Mpfnl- to .ewywio meets. Snoh a .miinnn- W £n» sonse of the trno propor tMj».«£>-thinCB. Hodoo alio does not exhaust u^llW lia- vocabulary on trifles. Tho teni _<>f-Tier tlmnblo does not deprive ^Sstantaneously- ond- completely,. o£ her sereuiu <a wind. Should ftlie miss her train or be kept wiuthig for fivo minutes, *he emery's jroni the petty unuoyauoe appureut i lv none the tw>t>ie in health or temper. simply I became si»u wise enough to recognise tiiat it y .1 patty unuoj&Dce and instbiii^ more. i Nut that she is lucking in intensity of feel ing. but* her common souse leads her to w...

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DRESSES WORN BY ALLAN HAMILTON'S COMEDY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

DRESSES WORN BY ALLAN HAMILTON'S COMEDY COMPANY. Oih> of Hiti *,i till* "Mtvo^e I rum Mais" (')»ni|i;iiiv ij. to |.<-ih.nii ...nu*dv- drama in wuulry unviis in rxaetlv tlio >am»« y«»r Iion hi hTvI,» h* it hv$ I'Oi-n iihiyifi i« .Sydiuy ;iii'I Melbourne. 'J'hi.s was particu-j lurlj to bo noiH »',J in Uv drying 4»f tht> two pim.vs p!uy««d in T.imworth, Message *1 com .Msn>," sukI "''Uby Two Mr. \\etlierbys,v iiin hwkiin;, much of which bailed from David Jones, {giving a vorv good'idea of the juttv»t notions in the fashion world. Miss iClwyu Harvey, as Minnie Templar, vrean ii bull dress of shell pink striped niossaliae silk, the underdress cut very narrow, a tunic of tlie same material opening up the front. The swarthed bodice was draped, and the sleeves finished with silver paiilettes em* broidery, a silver coronet to match being worn in the hair. Dress ot white cotton crepe, collar. fsBc and utidersleeves of white lace the latter turned back with tuff of crepe...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

• SYDNEY. J'rfcSL-oU, Limited, report:— Mutter.—There is no chnngo to report in prices this week. Complaints re quality have been yeuerai from local buycus, and until the present weather is over this js Jilcely to eontinue. London buyers liavo been pre pared to operiito, but the majority of 1'acor it».s prefer i<> consign on si basts of present value. Arrivals for tlio week oudm£ Janu aiy 10 total li3/.Tio boxes. This is as heavy an output as w0 have had at any time in Nif\v South Wales, and everything points to those figures Being mnintainod, and pro bably increased. Meibimrne.—Choice westerns for local • requirements are quoted at lChjd, otfhor prime brands lOd to 10jd, secondary lines ranging down to 9Jd. Arrivals for tho wool; ending January G wer© 32,&13 boxes butter, and 1'# tons cream. In addition to tin's about 4u00 boxes arrived at North Gcelong for arport. Brisbane.—The- market stood at iiO; uutil Thursday, wlnsn tile price was advanced to 94/. but at...

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BARRABA TURF CLUB. NOMINATIONS FOR NEXT WEEK'S MEETING. BARRABA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

BARRABA TURF CLUB. NOMINATIONS KOI! NKXT WI'.I'.K'.S MINTING. lUltUAU'A, Tuesday. 'Hjo follou'in" nomination* haw been re ceiwd lor thi» principal event* oi' the Bar Turf Club's meeting, to be run next Momlav snul Tuesday:— Opening Handicap.—Invevmola. Chesby, Mnrlowau. Muhvaree, AVatonvavo. Arito.ea ilate .May Bay), Traction. Kiln's Daughter. Golden Pavs, Northern Kinil. Town PJato.—Itnvnnol.i, l^ln-sby. Otto Oration. For^t;. Blue Foam. Uonmlmli. Ar tlatli, AVatenvavo. Kilo's Daughter, Golden Days. Northern lvin«j, Klyinj^ Handicap.—Inronnnla, Chesby. 0t:o Graiton. Murlovvan. Mnlvrnree, AVater wavo, Traction. T.Ha's Daughter, Gulden Days. Northern Kin«;. H.T.C. Handicap.—Mormola. Otto Graf ton. Forjrc. Mulwaree. Ulue Farm. Boombah, Ohosby, W:H('nvnvi'. M:i>tt>r Stamlisli. Kiln's ! Daughter, Golden Days. Northern King.

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Bendemeer News. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

Bendemeer News. The Weather.—Pleasant weather now pra vails over the district. Good ruins have fallen lately, and the <'iops are looking splendid, and there is abundance of yrass. The Maedonald River was in tlood on Sat urday, hut it is now on tlk» decline. Strange to'say, it rose exactly on the same date as it did last year. .Siokn«»s.—New.? is to hand that Mrs. Pic ion, her eldest son, and her brother, Master George Douglas, who were all threo taken ill and removed to Tamw'orfch Hfspit-jJ some shore time ago, are sulTorwig from typhoid lever. Mr. H; Pie ton, husband of the former, hus jnst returned houie after .several weeks iii tha hospital suffering with rheumatism. Notification.—Th,» resident# ot' Hendeineer and district have been notified to eUjar all blackberries and briars oft' their land. Huh will cause,, a deal of employment, as they ore "very thiek iu plncos, and cannot be easi ly * eradicated. ' Meeting.—A' meeting was held last week for the purpose of selecti...

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CLEN INNES RAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

CLEM IKNES RAGES. Tilt* following are the weights lor chief eretits ut our uuuicrl rare,*:— OPJiNINC* 11A NI > U'AV. sI've ;t'urlrongs.— Mortar 9.It, Midgr H *M\ Whitefoot 8.13, Giilyea &B, l.nki 8.8, Tin- Royal Kciur 6.5, Viyaro 8.3, Stan 7.1-, irpt-cial Afodsengcr T.V, Captain Leigh 7.-. l.atf.v Ascot 7.0, Waa Weo 7.0. Kent Park tV. 13. Alpin 0.7. CKANUKOUK WKl.TKtl. mjvoii furlong. —Whitel'out 10.13, Demos 10.!-% OraiWoni 10.3, .lona 10:2, Kealty l-'.". Ijisilonuiii U.U, Valley Queen !V2, lie.\uiia 8 1'2, Gaulea. S.10, Golden Glow (lale £>•*'> Valautic 8.0, Cimmil 7.1'J, Tail wood 7.5?, 'Iellarali 7.7, Atuliereattu t.7. ANNIVKUSAIIV HANDICAP, oiio mile. —Mortar 0.7, Midge It H.U, Whitefoot S.lL', Wirrilla 8.10. Giilyea 8.!'. Tlio Royal Kriar 8.4, K;i>teni Queen 8.1. Orttildum 7.8, Utah 7.7, I,uily Simtm 7.1. Waa Weo 7.0, (mklie (lute Golden Gate* t».li*. Kent Pari* G.LI. GI.KN INN US ^.C. HANDICAP, one mllo and a quarter.— Mortar 9.U. Midge U 8.13. Wirrilla 8....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

B&aTtfflM G0KEC3 & CO., Ltd. Store Oa/ttlo Sale, GO STJiMltS, '2 TO 3 YKAllS. T^ATHAX {'OUIv.N rnuf CO., LTD., will sull by auction at tile Alunicipjil Sale Yards on TIIURSDAjY. .1AN15ATIY 1'J, ! At 2 iy':h\. GO Steers, - to .'UyctJir. old, wi-lt fjrmvn, I Kaadhcar.ditiou, all good colors, well bred I cattle. | Will bo classed and sold in lots without t reserve. Stores Slasep Sales. 3100 MIXKD STORE SHEKP. Nathan cohkn «»a co., i/rn., win sell by auction at tf^o.Municipal Salo Yards, on THUKSnAY. JA.NTAtt Y 19 At '2 p.m.:— A If. Mr. II. T. WiUun, 700 Wethers, K.M.. Weniuurinjjle t»red, one mark, big frame?.. rooU condition. t?(X) Wethers, iUootii, j;ood condition. A/o Mr. [''red Warden, COl) Mixed sheep, iM-ooth to IOJ.. in good condition, shorn October and dipped. A/c Mr. S. J. limit, 'JOU Wethers, shorn October, v,ood condition. A/c Mr. StevcMS'jii, 530 Lincoln cro^t-broda, mixod from, ftoggets to 'J-tuoth, well grown, good condition. A/c Mr. .1. PerjYcr.:cnt, 0r&g...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

PERSONAL. Mrs, C .J, BmU-n and her daughter, Miss .A. Britten, returned to 'J'amwoi tli on Mon day la>t after their holiday trip to England. Mr. W. Mcllveen, junr., of Moonbi, is at present in Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, and on Friday last underwent a serious operation. His friends will lie pleased to hear that he is progressing satisfactorily. The following reference by the Sydney "Daily Telegraph" to Mr. C. Medley, F.L.S., will be appreciated by those who attended the course of University 'Extension l„ec tnres promoted by the i'annvorth Mechan ics' institute last winter:—"Not for from Prof. Ma?son is a taller, thinner, oven more unassuming, almost apologetic-looking man. dressed in brown, with a brown moustache and beard, with a very soft, gentle voice, and very bright, enthusiastic eyes. This is Mr. Charles Hedley. KJ..S.» assistant* Curator of the Australian Museum, Sydney, one of the best-known of our Australian zoologists, lie is among the most promin ent workers on moi...

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DURI F. & S. ASSOCIATION. [?]PORTANT MEETING NEXT SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

DURI F. & S. ASSOCIATION. ajM'OHTANT MGKTIXG I'.XT .SATUR DAY. The Diiri Knrmer.s and Settlors' A.ssoeia tiou holds nil important meeting at Duri next Saturday afternoon, commencing at tt.JlO. The principal business is to consider the claims of the I-ttn-nl Workers' Inion iti respect tn* wages, hours, mid conditions generally for all classes of rural workers. *Hi0 claim or tlm union is about- to be filed hi tho Federal Arbitration Court, but. ample time must be ^iven to the parties j*» terestod to file an answer to the claims. The claim affect a farm hands, market, gardeners, thresliors. stackers, loaders, . sugar plantation haiul.*. those en gawd in* fruit-growing, viticulture, dairying, teneiny;, clearing land, making wdN, dams, tanks;' and irrigation. The ratios and hour< claimed for searon 1010-11 arc:—I'or permanent farm hamK ploughmen, and drill hands. 110/ per week and found, or L"J'- u{ir week and lind them selves; next more than IS hours per week; harvest...

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