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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 2 (June, 1926)



The majority of the boys who commence their career in the Railway Service as apprentices have had no experience of the particular trade to which they are indentured, and in such instances it behoves the foremen and leading hands individually concerned carefully to view the efforts made by each boy to master the daily problems he is confronted with. If, in the opinion of the officers concerned, a boy is doing his utmost, it should be the province of his superior officer to acknowledge the effort and take a personal interest in the progress of such apprentice by tendering sound advice as to behaviour, workmanship and education.