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OYSTER FISHERY

AN INTERESTING REPORTThere are three important rebus .spelling the eyster fi -hcry in New Z : referred to hiMestintriv In - T*r»-f ■ ■ r Prince. Conmiiasioner of C;■ i- - 1 ;..; 1 ; erics, in his report to the New Z- ah’ I Government. These are: First, submarine he,-!., of cyst- is. ;v:;u av to the famous F'vcar.x Strut hj ds. .v-- -w all alone the coast of New Z '■ ■ I :g w t»rva!s. In my trawling and droving i perimonts evidences of oysu r V c w ■ ■ hrim-hi i:p almost at ever’.' h.-a; 1 . a-ndo’ deni] shells, g.:i<i more ranch- b\ ■ v..» ■;. Many of the !orid:t!e= h:”-" cv- r ; ■" fished for oyster? at all. From the o-gt-y vest shore Ol Frvemx : : e 0 north up to ( V .-k .' ; !vr( - i’ ' : y ' various points: and at Tri-man red G;r ' F>avs. near Nelson, living r* w' hroi.-ht nr. Th- s.i an ’is an i known Foveanx Siriut gK in d- -! dla sirveved, and the br.-G on "hi. b I nv’": ovs'er? occur shnnl 1 t-- mar:"d ""1. Saeond. rpeo?ni“fd b-'-'N ». ub m y bid--trnuhle ‘■an he ,xtend'd hr the return r> th-e tjo-ds of m derdz.ni ov = !--rg tnoirrn' ri hv the fishornii n. .Advent": ' Fav cy--i-iv n.ighr he re-d for ’hi- - cvr-ege. I arc fadd (o he <>f fkvr on. . e U y' than those in Fnv-enix •• ■ a in the same wav rock <>' stir i -in ■ tended and new beds s’ui * 1 • flmres—-e.a., Ov'cti Guido'l -. It ; n-. u fstper sounds -t ihe n<o ‘a wo -0 ■ a t Pud. r f hi- em’mg Gd- i lo c OB' and Fy i of FI w ’ ‘ ■ ,-d u,nd'.nc.• of rid lei era i - e - s in other he a'■ a r ■■=. m‘l 1 -d -no ’ : --i; a.-, riven me at- i mis ol 11a- ■ n.r iie limited roes. <-vsti-r at '■ "• • ,M ,l! ' not at, r -rent ulnir-"d. > n-.- ■? uiv Guoons of a timd natiin-.’ ■ a oi 1 1 1,11 K ->th islands irunht be vidieibb- lm ov-hei culture cxii-r-riiiienl>. F 1.00 nvtcre, mta’i* ticr-h in -'t-!. r Lrke F.llc-m. i-e, Awai-na Itay . ,;';d A\.ntuna 1,,i-non. and the-" nn.hl U ■ co'i sick-red for tost' < xm - ) imf n: s. to eat ijir.ntities of what- are e.-dh-d mrng-ove eui.-n, v.-hir-h ire not ronevalyv e;tc. noil 'n Nov Zerd.md. thoiiL'h th--y s-dl veil in Svdn-y. i-onld b? traespl-inled to on -;- •> and would certainly iin- rove m (piality »i'e (hev so transfon-i-d Third, existing Governr.irT’l j..ari■ :eno ■ir of oyster he da. I had ev ry ■: v.ie n visitimr the Northern oyster beds to o-n elude that the si si cm of tJnvi.-innn-M vision carried out in Jlaurak! tTeli uul I’av of- Tcbinds has lu-eu in-'- lrsl_ srstom possible, it has sa\'ed the; - ti'T trout d-;--st ruction, cth-r-rwi-e fhev w-.-ald !iy tuts time have probably lu-e-’t ' e 1 ' < ie; e-d out. Two main obje is i i;:■ n tiiue ereoinplisiK-d- namely, the lens bay - nit only been rne-eryed but t cr-d-: re 1 tar more prodnetivo : and secondly, t ;-e ;< been able to obi,.".i:t ampd 1 ; ; ar'.i: s at a reasonable rate, and tite m P 1 me :n - been most- fat '.sfa.-t ory. There is finite fi-ellitg ]n v _va:t r.' t hat tit ' bed nvst"rs nt l-hn-eatix Mi :: : i;iu..b- 1- ! brought- also u-n-I. r* Governui- -if. sut.-r rvi iy-c, and the matter is one well v-vilh i-yw-i a • ing. T’jtder the in-rserd y, p-iu Uii 1-m----dt-i.cy is. owing to the nv-uiv mm ngel t t - fifhermen, tor each in in ion ■; f •> ‘ - :: - thorouchiy iwssdde : ' y - I ■_ ' M ‘/ n which he is v.-oiumg. toy : hj cy- i v.u surprise that, the Ir-h.- 1 m ' ll o -t-' ■ and unrcslrie'ecl. the oniy m u -' ti :i I ■ .n : t-he cxi-ting four montlis - rlc-y- s.-a.-on i ;y: Nnvemher Ito the end of 1- ■■■--. cary. 'r. experimental dt--ilgji:g ie sio’ya clearly showed that in . o.u- ..:cm , i oyeters are bcci aning ■ , and T v. • -k? Slingee-t- two ,-1-im whirti Si- -m to -P 1 he <Wi ruble beteie tbifyh ovy mi.v ynao :- tply Ijeeoir.es. <-n<!anueri d ; i-isr-t. tnat a s; stern of sy-s-c-in] V- - .i. c \ t - iy--niUMirated ; and & c<-n<i t hat rm-a.s < fior.i t be laid oit em hj sewn on which no Si.lung should lake pi-'uc. ;n eptey to myd the sm--rounding are am ims roetnxd o! i-'-ialil,.-;!-ing teinj.orary lorp >/■'■ and oshoig i-u a: -y. on a. (.ystem of ah.- ■ .-laleui Ims le-m; moe-t- effective y.% ica.iiiattung j - : c: nr-m. supply. If the syi-t eni c- .cc-i i ; l. -i----i-ock-o ystar beds oi Uk- v. - - ■; -y i to the Foveanx m.- i o-i- ie-n.- o would cerSgu’dy be tb-'- b.sl >a g.i.-.-d I--’ the future. F'-o a Ii;--;i:--i li - is- rti-aii u ;rir\ious t-o git ml ue -m :n as; ii r: a inn - a-s ptnssihde. 'tic- d ;-a iin c-nt wm.!/ bud; each Nurlh.r-1 n ii-.b-.- uia lyom ;n.'y- -i t-., i n sacits pxT t ido. airi t!i is I:i n. c -::-. ■. ■ r-r-y an aniplr- snppily for ihm pr ' r,\ ri imo.-.y, the picking of the _! '.v I P- irl-' did O i oysters, tu.d the saving -n be- in'a.er . ' (he brec-iing -oyslegs. v.-hn,lb- ; 'a '-:dyi ih-e flttUP’ Mippiy. ’lie i ■ '• b-nefit Viy the pr ■ ’it <b.v m; ■ d . ; of cpspliiylief tell a- i -' a -, , . . . _ - sit-ting u]ih:,i' r ;-t, idci ■ i -a -- ; ;a ■ aide oyeter;-. i le- ]•> i- e -1... ‘-n ’ K-asonahh —nanc .y j-. s ihd j i - tuining -.in ail am rag-- '.. ■ : > b - a oysiers, a.ml in retail qran. ;:. .- ■ ■ ■ ' - g-ii |it*r d-oy-ei). as m inie-r-■; -■ o, ; [or ovsters of i--s ■■ -c- -■ ilavor in I ngiai d i • ■■■ " ■ iltzen ; in lijo t. idc.l t.i:■ ; . - ■ ; jr*r il-tzi'P :anlto '■ net-. ' - . t y dozen. k.cam,ie.— I e'll nt _ iU-.-as in N"'■•r Z ■.•'.-!! I ! 'v of t-he hen< lit u> iho i n ! :■> fill eonsx-r'.n.lirc: u.i He- > - ' •' curi ii iin-Ft p; a e mi ..- . •-.-■■ usually im|>!i*: '‘ - ' ; ..- : or to private in-i. v-: ■u. a- i - - n'«ic; s -on a- it: it ■ ; i - • ... of cvoi yhody <■).-.■ hid : ■■■ a ; ..-. i Judy, aml l;:s - . i -I b : a -;. in ol her count j- 1 ■ s <'am ■ i 1 ' : luls hr d Jini-'I !■ ii' 1: ■ " 1 lino r.yst-i r- 1 .- -i - m 1; o - 1 New lb'll a’■ a. id-, m 1 i Jo a ' 1 bind dh : ' -’a- 1 - the cxic: ‘TP’ <"■ i ■■i' ■ . i no 10-nclb. as 'i ■’ -m'-m Fa.irco ami pi ’ ■■ ■<. -n ■ a live. 1 d" d ' sp-r-ak of (he exo--", -y- ' : cbm and Nmc A •'oh", ami ■ largo Ganmli.in ai-h-m ■m- a 'vordal pav a b i 1 ; ‘ ’ : " ’ ' m , Now Fmi'laml and-:-.- , m d i; y ' -h' v.-ortlt vs 1 1 :1 ’■ l - v - -m rnotho-ds ol !:'■■■ m .Oi -a ■' peril -d sin i - -a, . d ini r 1 ' i - ing them in s"- ’■ ’ • '• their full and a;m- •i o • ; ■ pht'.X'd cm tlia -.-’’a ' : " ’ a many w-'V-J; --r a- mi —T.-in-e,: P-a.. This Sind!-11-h. li an: aim i. - ... g ,- li'-ions ooii)' is :m;d- , .-j y ---'i ■' local in .If- r-'-'nr: -m---, ma ..go -j m many Gtos tmt g-a-i a.,v s. ■ : which i viai'ao li-'dm n_g y-' : -- of tbo limit--'! mama, -o: to-.- :■ question an.-as am t o v-i.a.i a-- : im lhnd cf u‘-.ddg tie rn da ;m, m interest. It - a-, ms ; "■■■ d; ’ : ' .-ireas a-'i-nTiar,-i vo .a- -ia i. t-o the pub-m this delicious (da dd hj ’-md ; ■;!,■...U y exterminatiy]. 'Jlio ime-t 'yi,r„ , theg-'-fm-. would he to lay off sot.io of the ru'opTmfd areas and lease them to p.v; ti -s pi-ena? r- i to erect a cannery and tin these valuable molluscs.

Some -years aso a well-known politician ; wrote to' an active political worker in ,1 distant part of the country, to stive him timely 'directions concerns, y the campaign then ir. progress. A week later his correspondent vi-itr.i! the cor.cutuency, and came to trie politician. ‘‘Did von set my letter? Could you road it?" asked the politician. “ I didn’t have any trouble with it, except the pact-cript, ’ said the other man. “ Thai struck :v.c. I showed it to evcrvbody in town 'They could nil road the letter, hut no on-* wok i make out the posts ?..*. ' T o :. '. ’ 'the poiitiev." o-rew" " ' .script t, let anyone see tin--1 I ‘

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OYSTER FISHERY, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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OYSTER FISHERY Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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