FARM LABOUR PROBLEM
REQUEST FOR STATEMENT O.C. ROTORUA, this day. A resolution urging that a definite statement be made immediately on the position of meh who have been placed oh farms pending a call for Army service was carried at a meeting yesterday of the RotorUa Primary Production Council. Reference was made to the fact that many of these men wei-e sharemilkers, and if they were called up the owners woUid be placed in a difficult position: The case of town supply farmers was also mentioned, it being stated that they had to guarantee supplies of milk and, therefore) need assured labour to keep this up. After a discUssion ort soldier settlement in the district, it was decided to seek information regarding the amount of fertiliser allowed for farms in the Galatea Estate, and whether the soldiers now occupying them were entitled to any special benefits over the previous occupier.
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FARM LABOUR PROBLEM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945
FARM LABOUR PROBLEM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945
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