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THE FARMERS' UNION.

W. : BKAKCH REMITS.

■'■ WJ oftie Farmer.' Ijlion '« " Iha ,« S when tie contract sys- *** Sworb should be reverted than the " t0 - nf of co-operative works." I F sm K? Flat* -neh: "It is _ the "; OP %£S KlleS througpt '^f 1 fad of the pre.«nt system." -Xia, the, fran- ■"~ <?* fnrthe election or member= for L T Boards be so amended that ■*S2?.Stave»or. direct reprette farmer:. w» the dai regula . "r tar be"o amended as -to more clearly T, the powers of the inspector and SSof some of the clauses. Ke "!-e' beiE S the SOurCe fl ' Offl t whole of the requirements of •siKfl tne drawn for many ifS'toW ime de p° si: tapped "That an earnest JLour be made to form a farmers ■STffl* party to .be absolutely unLfll to either o-f the two existing Cities" "That the Clevedon fjS >'.Z.F.U. urge that all rf especially dairy stock, he inSperiodioally on the farm on trhich Any stock found He leased to be destroyed, and half £tae paid to the o.mer. Inspectors to k ß f|aSS ed (a, 'That Chi. I iraii again emphatically promts "U-4 tte continued Jnoroase being " a Tit fke Government \ aluation Der tKn the unimproved vah;eo£ Sβ rural lands of the Dominion, (b) m.t t£e Dominion confe:-enre be urged toWm>to the notice of the GovernißJustiee done by amposmg toto on growing ol flax, (c) That I la&.mintimied unsatisfactory position 'Stl regard to the opening up 01 native S fusing serious loss to the whole Smon and the Auckland province in wrtkalar, the Government be again W to bring down more satisfactory . Ration to enable these lands to be d&twth, and rhat the native lands be smie equally liable with turopeaa to contribute to local rates, and thax the wkffli local hodies be requested to cooperate." (d) "That the Dominion csecnfiVß"be requested to again urge upon ■ fie Government ihe necessity ol amend- : nii tieiaw to enable every settler to • option of acquiring the free- ; . I JmH'-: on lands fhrown open under tie '■-'■Lands for Settlement Act." branch: (a) 'That it be ;i " "s'leconUttMafioD. to "branches that, to '->'mate tiebunion more effective as a -= : ipditical lody/eaeh electoral district .' ; Ekiuld,?reTioustoilie election, have all I ibiancte organised with one executive for ihe -sthole electorate. - ' (b) litigbat inriifOpinion of this, conference ~" fli? time $as now arrived when the •.'.magistrates of the Lower Court should bt appointed from the first ranks of the ': legal profesaon, as are the judges of the ;' ■■y'SnjHHjie. Court, and that their teniire of ' xffie llonldlje the same as the Supreme --.Court jadge." '4sbcie are also a.largoiinumiier of re-•inks-fearing npon the -I.4ry regulations.

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THE FARMERS' UNION. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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