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STATEMENT BY PRIME MINISTER. [Pkb Unhid Press Association.] WELLINGTON. January 7. The Prime Minister stated thus afternoon that a proclamation is being issued on the subject of the price of wheat. Cabinet has agreed that the price ot the wheat which is beimr imported from L \ow South Wales shall be 5s 9d per bushel, and millers will be expected to tell their flour at a price proportionate to which thev are being charged for wheat. "That." said Mr Massey. "would mean a less to the Government-'of something between 3d and 6d per bushel, but the exact, aiwunt could not be positively stated at present."

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PRICE OF WHEAT, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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PRICE OF WHEAT Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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