Tho arrivals in Mow Zealand from oversea, during the month of December totalled 3,320. compared with 4,878 in December, 1913. The departures in the same months were respectively 1,801 and 2.115. Warm rains have been experienced in Southland. Turnip and cl her crops will benefit materially.
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