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POSITION ACUTE AT NAPIER. [Pke Uxm.D Press Association.] NAPIER, December 31. The scarcity of flour is becoming very acute. Some bakers have only a few days' eupplv, whilst others are limited to a fortnight.' It is generally believed that plenty of wheat is available Bt a price, hut the Onvernment'p maximum prevent* dealing, holders refi.isin;; to sell at a lower price. The ((iicEtion was discussed at a (special meeting of the- Chamber of Commerce, who resolved to ask the Government 42 make their restrictive regulation! applv with equal force to all holders of wheat. J,oral inquire? thi* morning reveal no fuithor developments here. 'Jflio Government department rtaic th:it th»-y liave no wold of any Australian wheat t> arrive, ».. the situation reiiniinj l as it was at the tesiii-'ii-'ifi <■■( —«e v«c_

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WHEAT AND FLOUR, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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WHEAT AND FLOUR Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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