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FROZEN MEAT SUPPLY.

UFEICIENT FOIt THREE WEEKS. The employers state that there is ifficient fj&zen meat in the cold stores » meet all' Sydney's demands for a rtnight or three weeks. They have ranged, to open three depots-to-day, ro inthe city and one c'at'Rockdale, r the distribution of the meat, but ere is a possibility of this, move being ocked. A meeting of the Grand Council of B'Australasian Meat Industry'"deled to work all frozen meat intended r export, but the question of distriti<m in the-city was postponed to a jetiflg on Friday. This is interpreted mean that, if the Council so decides, 9 cold storage employees will be ked to strike-.in sympathy with the ler employees of the industry. j Fresh meat is still available in the burbs and the .country, but there is ne in the city.

Ihe unionists explain that no stock ,s purchased on their, behalf at yes•day's stock sales because no lightering facilities were available, tctieaTlythe whole of the abattoirs' ice being leased to -carcase butchers.

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FROZEN MEAT SUPPLY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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FROZEN MEAT SUPPLY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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