The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 24
(From a Belfast paper)
(From a Belfast paper).
Departure of Mr. Farnall.—We observe, by advertisement, that Mr. H. W. Farnall, who has been a very successful agent for the Provincial Government of Auckland, New Zealand, is about to leave Belfast, and that his office is now closed. Certainly during Mr. Farnall's residence here he did his duty to the Colony; and, while we do not dispute his merits as a gentleman, we are glad his occupation as an emigration agent has come to an end. Emigration agents are desolating our country, and we should have no objection to hear they had all gone with Mr Farnall. We have nothing against them personally, but we are conscientiously hositle to their avocation, and we wish our people would seek advice at other sources.