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Hobabt, August 16. The v Colonist," man article, says foi many months past there have been imported into Hobart from New Zealand, green hams and bacon under the disguise of salt pork, paying duty at tbe fate oi io pet cent, ai valorem, itbtnu

the legitimate duly should be 2d per lb. On reaching its destination it was taken out of salt and hung m a smoke room for a few day. and converted into ham and bacon. The New Zealand article by reason of this evasion is rapidly superseding local production.

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"SALT" BACON. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2206, 22 August 1889

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