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THE MARCH FORWARD.,

4 CONSISTENCY (?).

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One Thousand Welsh Farmers…

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One Thousand Welsh Farmers Wanted in Canada. The Canadian Government Agent, Mr Wm. L. Griffiths, writes to James Roberts, South Walea Emigration Office, Pontypridd, as follows: — "Dear Sir,—All persons will be required to pay their Ocean passages to Montreal, where arrangements will be made for their transporta- tion to the works at Lethbndge. The ehargai will be advanced, and afterwards deducted frota. their wages. The fare to Montreal is, I believe,, £ 5 12s 2d. WILLIAM GRIFFITHS. P.S.-Please note the assisted fare." Mr Roberts states that the rate from Montreal to Lethbridge is B5 113 7d. which the Canadian Government will advance, being about one-half of the cost of the whole journey. Only intend, inc settlors arc required. GOLD MINING IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. jVli- Roberts further states ihat it is too latf, in the year to reach Klondike Gold Mines or the Yu,,(,.n district; but those who want to be on the way might do well to go as far as the Kooienay district this year, taking ticket to Rowland, where rich mines have been discovered. Too fare from Liverpool to Rossland is E]4 2s lid.-