Aunu.AND, March 2
The steamer Sun'ilk arrived last evening from London via Capetown with - 2l ■Hid 178 third class passengers for all pirts of New Zealand. Anionust tiie saloon passen< oprs are the Rsv. J. E. Coursey and Mrs Cour-ey, bound for Nelson, and a Adjutant land Carter, of tbe Salvation Army, b >oked for Wellington, The third class I passengers include fifty one boys under con" 1 tract to work on farms in various parts of I tho dominion. Of tho 173 third ctassp.w SrDgers, 158 are assisted frnmigrants, includin« sever il domestic ser ant.-, farm labourer 3 .ud trii.if-.m.ii, una ov.-r fami ies who ■ i;nne out t.u jim iheir hu-ibiiiitls and fathers already in tne country. Foar of the fir>t class and about 60 of the third class psssengers are remaining in Auck and, and the remainder are booked for various parts of Now Z^a'and.
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IMMIGRATION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4376, 3 March 1914
IMMIGRATION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4376, 3 March 1914
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