Mr. R. Elliott believed the Bill would do something to restore prosperity to the agricultural industry. lie hoped any scheitoe formulated to deal with pork would nothing to harm the present improvement in that trade. hoped the scheme for pork would help to stabilise the price so
Lord Castlereagh Among the Number. The following letter, signed by large number of M.P.’s, has been circulated to the Press • “Those who are anxious to discredit the Indian policy of His Majesty’s Government are so vociferous that there is some danger of the opinions of a dissen
The braird* generally are reported to be good and the wheat crop looks promising. An increase in the acreage is probable this year. Small supplies of the 1932 crop were marketed and were slightly dearer than in March at average price of 6s cwt. The oat crop is a healthy conditio
Grading Agreement Concluded, An agreement for the grading Empire sisal, which is expected lead the consumption of greater supplies from East Africa British and Canadian rope end cordage manufacturers, has been made in London. It was concluded at a meeting of the Hard Fibres Join
Hydrogenation, greatest discovery since the X-ray, pulls oil molecules apart and so re-forms them that Essolube, the new oil, possesses every one of the five essential requirements of a perfect motor oil.
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