AUCKLAND DIFFICULTIES PROGRESS OF DISCUSSIONS RA. WELLINGTON, Sunday. The future organisations of the Federated Farmers of New. Zealand, Incorporated, the new united primary producers' organisation, was discussed last week by the provisional council, said Mr. B. V. Cooksley, the president. Owing to the trading operations of the Auckland Farmers' Union, the formation of the new organisation in that province had met with difficulties and its delegates to the Farmers' Union conference had been authorised by the Auckland provincial conference to discuss these in Wellington. In four days.of conferring certain decisions aimed at mitigating the existing differences had been made. It had been decided that the legal advisers of the Auckland Union and the council of the Federated Farmers' should consult with another legal authority to ascertain the extent to which incorporation as a branch would secur# the results required by the Auckland conference. It was decided also to set up a committee to reduce to writing, for submission to a later meeting, a tentative agreement reached regarding a special rules conference. It was understood that the basic features and requirements of the proposed federation set up should be preserved. Delegates from Auckland might find it necessary to report the results of the negotiations to a special conference.
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UNITED FARMERS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945
UNITED FARMERS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945
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