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FARMERS IN COUNCIL.

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FARMERS IN COUNCIL. A Council meeting of the Central and ÅiIIo- ciated Chambers of Agriculture took place at the Surveyors' Institute on Tuesday, the Earl of Chichester presiding. Considerable discussion took place in conr nection with the report on the Milk and Dairies Bill, presented by the Products Committee. The committee, in their report, reminded the Council that they had been asking for a Milk Bill for many years. At last such a measure had been introduced, and most of its provisioims were welcomed. Important amendements, how- ever, were necessary. Referring to the Tuberculosis Order issued by the Board of Agriculture, the committee said that, inasmuch as the Council had consistently advocated that compensation for cattle slaughtered on account of tuberculosis, in the public interest, should be paid out of the national exchequer, the committee strongly con- demned the proposal in the Order to throw this burden on the local rates. With this excep- tion the support of the Order was recommended.

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