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YOUNG PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WHAT ARE "BLIND-ALLEY" OCCUPATIONS? [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

. YOUNG PEOPLE'S COLUMN. -...WHAT ARE "BLIND-AXiLEY" OCCU< ' PATIONS? , A blind alley is a road along which one can go for a certain distance, and thou no farther. We'liave to go back and make a 'lresh start, and we have lost all our time. ■And so we now give the name o£ "blind "alley" occupations—a name which every "boy should know—to those which seem to offer a road to somewhere, but lead a^boy ^nowhere, waste years which he can never Regain, and perhaps even destroy his power to learn something better afterwards. All who have studied the subject know , how Important this question is, and boys.-and girls should all be warned in time of the consequences of going into a "blind-alley" occupation. A boy leaves school at fourteen, and can at ouce get employment which brings in n few shillings a week, but which teaches him nothing. For instance, this may be the case with telegraph boys, to take a case where the State itself has been to blame. After a few years, when the boy i...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HAWKESBURY FLOOD. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

THE HAWKESBURY FLOOD. SYDNEY, Tuosilav. Further details of the luivoc wrought by fclio floods in tlio "Windsor district show that the damage exceeds £15,000.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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RICHMOND RAILWAY DISASTER. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

RICiWD RAILWAY DISASTER, MKIiBOUHNK. Tuesday. 'Hie Victorian Government has already paid £124,000 as compensation in connec tion with the Richmond railway disaster. A number of other claims are still unset, tied.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

—a——p— LOCAL ANIFGEfaAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. Showers temporarily moderatm;; on tlio (roast, but Bo<iii [returning, with wiutlierly winds, fllonnwhiki" only fine ami warm to hot, with more tUunduiafcorms inland. '

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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THE RIVER MURRAY WATERS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

THE RIVES MM WATERS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. Mr. McGowen, accompanied by Honorary 'Minister Carmichael, will leave for Mel bourne to-morrow to confer wit!) tho Pre miers of Victoria and South Australia on tho gonoral question of tlio Hurray River waters. Mr. McGowen will probably have an in terview wi|th 'the Queensland Premier on tho. subject;* of transferred properties and tick regulations.

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RA1N IN MOONBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

RA1N JN MOONBI. Our Moonbl correspondent wrUos us that a splendid fall ot rain occurred there, be tween 2 and 3" inches being registered. It was steady, MiaUini; rain, andtho country about Moonbl looks magnillcont. Tliero is an abundance of grass and water every where.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. STOKER COURT MARTIALLED. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

TUESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. ! STOKER COURT IMRriALLED. SYDNJSY, Tuesday. I First-class Stoker Keeble, of tho warship •Senlnrk, was tried t>.v court-martial to-day 'on a charge of striking his superior officer, Tho Court found the chargo proven, and sentenced the prisoner to IS months' hard labor, and to bo dismissed from tho service.

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PEEL RIVER FARM AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

[ PEEL RIVER FARM AVAILABLE. Farm 222 Peel River Settlement Purchase Area, Parish Loomherah, Comity Parry, 15 miles from Tamworth, area acres, will he available for settlement purchase under tlio Closer Settlement Acts on and after February (>. Tho capital value of tho farm, including improvements, is £1022/11/7, nnd tho deposit £81/2/7. Applications will he received any day from the Gth to the 11th, February inclusive.

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

NEMIA TONIC will give you a new inter est in life. Tate it after meals.*

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

PAINFUL ACCIDENT. .Mr. T. G. Adamson had tlic misfortune to meet with a rather painful accident this week. He was placing some wood in the furnace of an engine working at his place, when a log slipped, and in endeavoring to retain his hold, a linger of Mr. Adamson's loft lvand was broken at the top joint, and other members badly crushed,, through the j lingers becoming jammed against the iron work of the boiler. . j

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

RUNNING. E. Leitcli, the South Australian crack, who is negotiating for matches with Jimmy Fitzgerald anil R. Hopping, ha§ arrived in Sydney. Leitcli lost no time in getting in tpueli with Fitzgornld, and is now discuss ing tlio dotails of a match with the latter otci' ten miles. So far nothiiijf definite has betfn done, but it is probable that every thing will bo brought to a head to-day. Fitz gerald's idea was to havo the match run in doors at* the Exhibition Building, but Leitcli himself states that he would much prefer to havo to run in the open air, at one of the sports grounds of Sydney. I,pitch ex presses his confidence to give Fitzgerald the run of bis lifo.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MILITARY REGISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

MILITARY REGISTRATION. The now compulsory (raining schcme is go ing along well. The registration forms are beginning to flow in in great numbers, and in a short time the medical examination will talce place when all those who pass the test will be provided with the new Common wealth uniform and equipment. Already there is quite an amount of friendly„ riv alry between the different training areas as to which area is going to make the best showing and have the largest muster wtaen the training begins. The local area officer informs us that tlio Tamworth district will not be far behind when the returns go in, showing the no ruber (it for duty. As Tam wortli and district has always held its own against all comers in the way of mili tary duty, both on the field and at sport, it can confidently be loofced forward to hold its own in the new forces.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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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. One of tho aims of ilio "Message from Company i.s to perform comedy drama in country towns in exactly the same per foctiun: of-.stylo a.s it lias been played iii ■Sydney mid Melbuiune. This was particu Jurly to bo noticed in tho dressing of t-Hi> tivo pioces played in Tarn worth, "A Message ■train■ Mars," and "MioTwo llr. AVetlierbys,1' tlio Tracking, much of which liailed from David Jones, giving a vory >*ood idea of tho latest notions iu the fashion world. Miss Kl'.vyn Harvey, as Minnie Templar, wears a ball dress of shell pink striped messaline 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 paiilettea em broidery, a silver coronet to match being worn in the hair. " Miss Nita Steelo (Aunt Martha) in tlie same act wore a handsomo dress of black crepe de chine, made with a slightly train ed skirt, the tuuic opened at...

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

Mr. William Donaldson has been elected president ol the Duri branch o£ the Farm ers and Settlers' Association, and Messrs. ; A. B. Smith and Geo. Bielefeld, yice-presl dents. ' , The Duri brapch o£ the Farmers and Set tlers' Association intend bringing under Che • notice of the Deputy P«sfcma4te^en«raJW* inadequate postal facilities fcomtoenatfrattT _ with the importance ol the distriet. «" was stated that the present arrangements are no further forward than they, ware a quarter of a century ago. The Duri branch of the F. and S. Asso ciation are to meet on Saturday next to consider tho claims put forward by ' I Rural Workers' Union. . . I " Tho recent rains have done an immense amount of benefit) in tlio country, and gen eral reports from all sources state ttifiw M an abundance of grass. Tho corn cropa^Me especially good, and a record return lot tliis district is anticipated. Mr. Meagher, M.L.A., has been by tho women members of the Damugwn Labor League with a gold'-medal. ^ In a ca...

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

STiazet-Olass THBBEft! It Is Important and necessary that Build ere anil tile'General Public should know eisc'tly where to obtain their timber and other..building material promptly and at Invest cost. , If >du will call or send your orders to (lie Great Northern Saw Milts and Joinery Works you can depend upon our njunf'jironipt and careful attention. This firm''li3s had wide and practictl experience of many years in the Building and Timber Trade and therefore understand exactly jour requirements. The fact o£ us doing the largest Building and Timber Trade In the North is a guarantee of past satisfaction to our Customers. We are large suppliers of Cypress Pine and Hardwoods, and large dirort Importers and Cash Buyers of the j mo£. popular Foreign Timbers, which we land from Shipments at regular intervals ; into tlie ilill Yards by private Railway Sid ing at a minimum cost. We are, therefore,, giving you the benefit of the saving. Our esteasive and up-to-date Plant, together with o ...

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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 Tam worth produced its first Eisteddfod, the memory o£ its great success is still fresh in the minds o£ the people o£ this district. On that occasion, Tamworth roso up as one man and went to the Oval to partici pate in the feast of good things provided. fPhe first Eisteddfod was attended by stu pendous success, success not only in the high standard of musical achievement, but also financially. It is hardly necessary to mention any of the main features of the first Eisteddfod. Suffice it to say that the result was a credit to Tamworth. The committee that made it a success Kwith slight alteration) are still in exist ence and;it may be 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 stitute, they will hold a meeting to deter mine their line of action for ,the coming Eisteddfod, which they hope to be able to hold to...

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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

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IS, 1911. "" ADVANTAGES OF A CHAMBER OF 6§[ifiliEBCE. It is not the first occasion on which men tion has boon made in tlio columns o£ the local press of (ho desirability of having a local Chamber of Commerce, such a body is one of Hie best means of advertising a town (o the outside world. There can hardly be any doubt of that. 'When the business people of a largo town form an association for the protection and promotion of mutual in terests they must of necessity advance the interests of tho community in which they live. Tho ciTorts of one progressive man in a town, or the efforts of a dozen such men, can do much; but. i{ is only when everyone, concerned in the welfare of any particiflaE^piace'-ois tiling join in and act as one strong. , .body,', speaking with one in sistent*yoice,'-that real tangible and prompt results ^accrue. If all tlio leading business men--of Tamworl.li formed a Chamber of Commerce, with the sympathy and sup port'of tho rest of the trading c...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

Dress o£ -while catton crepe, collar, yjJte jyid undersleeves o£ white lace :tlie latter turned back with cult ol crepe braiding on skirt of white satin piping, white satin buttons, edge ot yoke, sleeves cuffs and waist-belt outlined with narrow black silk braid.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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DURI F. & S. ASSOCIATION. IMPORTANT MEETING NEXT SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

DUR1 F. & S. ASSOCIATION. [ ^JrU'OKTANT MEKT1NG inEXT SATUR DAY. The Duri Farmers and Settlers' Associa- . tion holds an important meeting at Duri next Saturday afternoon, commencing at 3,30. The principal business is to consider tho claims of tho Kunil Workers' Lnion in respect to wages, hours, and conditions generally for nil classes of rural workers. Tho claim or tho union is about to bo iiled . in the Federal Arbitration Court, but ample time must be Liiven to the parties iit- > terested to fde an answer to the claims. Tho claim affects farm hands, market gardeners, threshers, stackers, loaders, sugar plantation hands, tliose engaged in*1; fruit-growing, viticulture, dairying, fencing, i clearing land, making wells, dams, tanks,' ' and irrigation. , The rates and hours claimed for season 1910-11 are:—For permanent farm hands,_ .ploughmen; and drill hands, 30/ per week' and found, or £'212 per week and find them- - solves; not more than '18 hours per weok; harvest rate...

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

BOXING McCreary and Willis were to have fought at Adamstown on Saturday night, but tlio latter fuiled to put in an appaoranco. Seve ral-spars were arranged. Dollon and' Smith ''boxed six willing rounds; Brown and Fred four rounds, and "Young Bourko" and Mc Creary four rounds. Mike Williams meets Sam Billings, of Inverell, at Gunnedah Stadium on the 2Gth inst. This contest should be well worth see ing, as Billings is a greatly improved fighter of late,, and lias a challengo out to box any man in th0 State for £100 wager. Alike is staking £50 to see what he is made of. In conversation this morning the latter assur ed tlie writer that tho Gunnedah climate agrees with him, and ho never felt bettor in his life, and if successful in liis coming encounter 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 Noircastlo, for a good wagor. Jack Smith and George Davis, both Ideal men, aa'e billed for Saturday ni...

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