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NO PLACE LIKE HOME.

(PBB PRESS ASSOCIATION.)

Auckland, M»y 3. Mr Taylor, of Wellington, who has just returned from Amerioa, givea a doleful aooount of the prospeots for workmen there. He met fully 200 New Zealanders, none of whom seemed to have done well. Many who went with funds are now destitute, and would be only too glad to get baok here. In San Franoisoo and Los Angelos there are thousands of men walking about idle and starving, inoluding many from this colony. At Lob Angelos the Salvation Army are oarrying on charitable relief work m tents.

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NO PLACE LIKE HOME. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2125, 3 May 1889

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