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Farmers’ Union meeting notice

Farmers’ Union meeting notice

A. J. McCurdy, chief of the Colonial Organising Department of the New Zealand Farmers’ Union, held public meetings across Southland in early October 1903 to drum up support for the organisation. In his addresses he explained the brief history of the union and outlined its political aims.

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Reference: Eph-C-LABOUR-1903-01

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Willie Smith and Steven Kelly, 'Farmer and grower organisations - Political organisations', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 21 September 2021)

Story by Willie Smith and Steven Kelly, published 24 Nov 2008