THE WHEAT EMBARGO
QUKbTION OF BY-PRODUCTS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. SYDNEY, January 22. :Received January 22, at 10.25 a.rn.i EvM'mce given, before the (-ommoditios Commis.-iou regarding the shortage of bran and pollard showed that Svdney firms have been buying at higher than the lived price, mid exporting to Victoria, where the price is Mill higher. .Mr Addoni, Now South Wales Minister of Agriculture, stated that though millers were producing 800 tom of pollard weekly it was impossible for poultry farmers to secure any, owing to t T I -- c, firms exporting to tietnna. ’J ho millers ar-' now nndeitaking to keep sufficient by-products from tin; wheat bought by the Wheat Board for New .''rmfii Wales eon-liinplion, Mr Ashford bus threatened that tlmm refusing to do 'si wili in; dealt witn ;n a summary manner.
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THE WHEAT EMBARGO, Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915