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BUSH FIRE SUFFERERS.

WELLINGTON, Mar. 30. Up to the present 248 of the burnt out settlers in the Wellington land district have been furnished by the State with grass seed of a. total value of £9,955-. Applications for assistance close tomorrow. . ' The .Wellington district appears to have suffered most from the fires, judging from the applications for assistance. About twenty settlers in Hawke's Bay have been relieved. Up to March igth there had been forty cases (representing ,£1500) dealt with in Auckland, 93 in Taranaki (involvinff 16 in Marlborough (,£1400) and 31 in Nelson (.£00). Of course these totals will be considerably increased by the additional applications which have been received since the 19th inst.

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BUSH FIRE SUFFERERS., Grey River Argus, 31 March 1908

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BUSH FIRE SUFFERERS. Grey River Argus, 31 March 1908

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