WORK IN THE NORTH ISLANDD
Work baa not been *, abundant, nor have men beoaio , to woe, for years pait, aa at the present time In tbeae (BaogitW) onif °?% W °, ("^w.!.") 1 yesterday pabHahed a telogeftm from Wellington, Intimating that the Hlnlater of LmcU bad received telegrams from tbU part of New Zealand, stating that baah-fellinz waa at • atondMHl, aa no men could be obtained, UJDHtabie Moon tolls Qa the aame atory. ttesiyj that quite a number of settlera have M«ed him auxloqaly, bat ia rafn, if he ooald tell them where they ooald obtain handi to fell ther buth. Tbla la a serious matter for thoaa who bare takgn atili™ t within a reasonable time, Of oourae It la a good thing for the worklnc men, and a great advat.tsge.to the dtatr of enable "of 'iiS^J -5 ro the ooony, ha ? been eaUbilabed like the fl»x ingmtry ; bat all the aame It •fettlemeot ahonld be ao awlonf y impede d thtongh a aadden oall like tW. A flaoriablng colony like New 2«land ought to he supplied with abuodanoe of that bone and maa Q le whloh muat oonatltnte
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