RIGHT HON. MR FISHER
TOUR OF NEW ZEALAND.
(Peb Uhited Pbess Absociatzox.)
AUCKLAND, December 31.
The Right Hon. Andrew Fisher (Prime Minister of the Commonwealth), accompanied by his touring party, vriil leave Auckland oti Saturday morning en route to liotoim and thlSi to other centres of the dominion. The principal items of his itinerary are as follows :—January 2, leave Auckland for Rotorua; January 3, 4, and 5, at Eotorua; January 6, leave for Taumaninui, via Hamilton, ant l visit to the Government Experimental Farm at Hamilton ; .January 7, Wanganui River; January 8, arrive at Wellington via Aramofao; January 9 and 10, at Wellington; January 11, leave Wellington in the evening for Lyttelton; January 12, arrive at Lyttelton and rail to Christchurch; January 13, leave for Timaru and Fairlie; January 14, Fairlie tr> Hermitage; January 20, leave for Queenstown; January 25, leave Queenstown for Dunedin ;* January 26, Dunedin; January 27, leave Dunedin for Lyttelton and Wellington; January 28, arrive Wellington; January 29, leave Wellington in the evening for Sydney.
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