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GOVERNMENT AND THE CROTFTERS

(PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.)

Dunedin, April 1.

S'fflo tlmo ac;o a deputation waited on Mr DoanieS twart, M. H II ,re 'beintrodaolinn of Highland crofters, and he communicited with tho Qovdrnmsot He ha* received a repl»' from Government, pointing nut that ao Parliament rnf used to oinotlon the nominated syntem of immigration, Government oonld only give the crofters such facilities as are presented by the Land Act rt'ativo to ppeoia} settleraents. Government wonld bo glad to have the orofters Battle m the colony, bat do not think they possess soon epeolal qnilificatlons for Bettlura bb would justify Government m propoandlng o epeolal uoheme for their settlement, eepeolally when efforts made to Indnoa tberii to coma had only respited In failure. -

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GOVERNMENT AND THE CROTFTERS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2100, 2 April 1889

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GOVERNMENT AND THE CROTFTERS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2100, 2 April 1889

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