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DUNEDIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS.

(Per Press Association.)

Duneptn, April 12. Mr Roberta m his address to the Chamber of Commence draws attention to the improved oommeroial outlook. He urges farmers to quit their product) while prices are fairly remunerative. In rezard to tho frozen meat trade he thinks sale jo the colony is most desirable and will rejoice to see the day when all moat is bought m tho Colony and taken Home by the purchasers, as it is high time the sailer m L ndon bad a diroot interest m the but turn of the venture. He thinks be is not taking too sanguine a view when he estimates the rise m the va'ues of grain, wool and frozen meat compared with last year at £1,250,000. He strongly deprecates an; relurn to the borrowing poHoy, and urges that future surpluses should go to the reduction of taxation.

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DUNEDIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 12 April 1889

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DUNEDIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 12 April 1889

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