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FRUIT FOR EXPORT

THE SOUTH AMERICAN MARKET. [Psa United Press Association.] WELLINGTON, January 15. The Department of Agriculture, Industries, and Commerce is in recipt of the following cablegram from Mr G. L. laron, fit Buenos Ayre<. who is visiting South America on behalf of the New Zealand Government to inquire into the prospects of the sale of New Zealand fruit: Advi=e- shipments in March and June. Should average!- IC7s at Montevideo. Demand only for first and •econei grades; large >izes uwoveu. Good grading and packing imperative. Recommend the appointment as agent of Mr Francis Neill. address London and Brazilian Rank. Buenos Ayres. Am prepared to stay and a«si;t to inaugurate, provided that a minimum of 20.000 ease> be guaranteed. Cable me approxi- ■ mate quantities as soon as possible, by. c;iu.-;? 'L--mania active in endeavoring to capture this market.

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FRUIT FOR EXPORT, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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FRUIT FOR EXPORT Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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