THE WHEAT SUPPLY
THE KAIAPOI SHIPMENT. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. SYDNEY, January 20. The Chief Secretary's (Mr Canii) -wire to Mr Hughes laid stress upon the fact that the New South Wales G-overnmeut were accepting the solely to hasten tho Kaiapoi's departure in view of the desperate case of New Zealand., leaving the final settlement to tho Commission. There havo been five days' demurrage at the rate of £SO daily. The vessel sails to-morrow.
A meeting of the wheat trade carried an emphatic protest against the adjnilustration of ths WheatTAcquisition AH. particularly regarding the unfairness of giving four agents a concession in the trade in chicken wheat, while, others were, debarred. GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION NOT WANTED. [Pee Umtbb Press Association.] CHRISTCHURCH, January 20. At a meeting of wheat growers held today under the auspices of the Farmers' Union the following motion was carried : " That the Government be asked to remove the restrictions on the price of wheat as far as the farmers of New Zealand are concerned, this meeting considering that the Government have full control of the situation by having power to import wheat."
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THE WHEAT SUPPLY, Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915
THE WHEAT SUPPLY Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915
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