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THE PRICE OF FLOUR

to Tnn F.niToii. >iv. tt is <urroiitiv icpnrted that one lV'i:r-iiiil! i:i tin* City purchased Statebought wheat at the price iixed by the I'Viclk Ttt»j»ulsi ivijn t.'omnii.-oion. innd is !'• fusing to sell at the price fixed hy th<"> Commission, hut i=» <hn at. least £1 !'cr Um more. It. is nJso sUiiad thai. Ix/Ui Mr Masscy and Mr Alien have Keen informed of this state of affairs, but lime in tt interfered to prevail it. f'a.n you say if this report is irinect': Perhaps if you are. not in the " km,-.v." pome ot llie Hof<;rni candidates get the in forma. tinn and givi it to their next andienre.. '1 he dramatic '.".itra.me «.-f the hoy to interrupt, the licfonn candidates' 'low of eloquriif. •■■ *eem.h. in have been made good use of lately i;i giving informative as to what Mr Masoey ha,- done in co> : - uectirm with the, importation of wlip.-ii I am sure the audience will tolerate, the. hoy's entrance if it is to convev the information sought. If th- report is true. then, in my opinion,- it is a state of affairs which no Government should tolerate. If the miller buys .State_whn.it at the.StatcV pike, the he should he prepared to eeli flour at th-. Stats price or rpfurP to ha.ndlo 111*» \vh<\it. No miller .should be a flowed to make h.m of the State to buy ot it* prir-c and sell at whatever price he wishes.—l am, ft".. Xov-ExrT.ojTKB. December &■ .

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THE PRICE OF FLOUR, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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THE PRICE OF FLOUR Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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