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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS

THE BEEF TRUST.

COMMISSION’S REPORT

CASE OF NOT PROVEN

Press Association—By Teiograph—Copyright

MELBOURNE, December 3,

(Received December 5, at 11.40 a.m.) The Beef Trust Commission’s report states that there is no evidence concerted action on tho part of the Swift, Morris, and Armour Companies. The Commission recommend, however, that the development of activities on the part of these companies be carefully followed. , The Commission also recommend obtaining tho co-operation of the State and Imperial Governments in the matter, but they do not propose to recommend further special action beyond any legislation proposed for dealing generally with the detrimental effect of monopolies. The evidence, says the report, docs not show any agreement among exporting firms for‘the purpose of suppressing competition or of fixing or regulating prices.

EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS

DOES NEW ZEALAND LEAD?

MELBOURNE, December 3. Mr Ryan, Chairman of the South Australian ‘Education Commission, has arrived. After making inquiry into New Zealand’s educational system, he says ho does not consider that tho Dominion is ahead of Australia. N.S.W. LOANS SYDNEY, December 5. (Received December 3, at 10.20 a.m.) In tho Now South Wales Legislative Assembly the Premier (Mr Holman) tabled Loan Estimates amounting to £7,580,702.

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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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