Australia The Dairy Country

Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 13,849 / 50 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 54.6
LoC Category: SF
Downloads: 1,067
Added to site: 2008.05.20
mnybks.net#: 20949
Origin: gutenberg.org
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Dairy Farmers are specially invited and assisted to come to Australia because it is considered that in a progressive young Country with so much Territory adapted for Dairying such Settlers will advance the interest of the Country and of themselves.

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37,060.80 | 328,814.40 | | | Lard | 6,100.80 | 177,902.40 | | | Frozen Pork | 70,339.20 | 79,972.80 | | | Honey | 7,891.20 | 9,235.20 | | | Other items | 269,246.40 | 78,859.20 | | |-------------------------+----------------+----------------+---------+ | Total |$2,287,291.20 |$16,839,422.40 |636.21 % | +-------------------------+----------------+----------------+---------+

[Illustration: In the Butter Factory.]

The United Kingdom purchases the great bulk of Australian butter--about 88 per cent.--but considerable quantities also go to Canada, Ceylon, China, the Dutch East Indies, Egypt, Hongkong, the Islands of the Pacific, Japan, Philippine Islands, the Straits Settlements and South Africa.

Besides the co-operative factories there are many proprietary concerns, and the farmer is benefited by the keen competition between them. The establishments in the Commonwealth where the manufacture of butter, cheese, and condensed milk is carried on number several hundreds. They are distributed throu

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