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NO OPOSSUM SEASON. State Cabinet Decide. The State Cabinet hmas decided not to tleclare an open season for opos sums this year. This was annoouced by tihe Chief Inspector of Fisheries and Game (MIr. F. Lewis) last week. Because of, reports that opossums had ~nultiplid gireatly since the last open season in 1930, and: that ,se vere damage had =been done to truit and other crops an some .districts, it was believed in many quarters that trapping :would be permitted for six weeks. In the season 1930. more than 12,000 lifcenees, at .£2: were issued and about 600,000 skins -were marke ted. In cases of serious damage to clmp it was stated ast week, special per' iits forithe destraction of oomsams may be obtamid.