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According to the London correspondent of the "Pastoralists' Review," there is a chance yet for the boned meat trade. It is expected that an official announcement will soon be made that if the pieces are large enough to be identified they will be admitted, but that scraps of meat will still be prohibited. Do the authorities at Home think that New Zealand will send horseflesh and label it boned beef? It looks like it- • Come and walk louau anc inspect the hosts of charming novelties just opened at onr Easter show. All day Wednesday. Thursday, and Saturday.—McCullagH and Gower. Importers.—'.(Ad.).

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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