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  2. Family Notices

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  3. SPEAR CONDEMNED FOR SLAUGHTERING ANIMALS

    Pithing--the use of a spear to sever the spinal cord where it emerges from the brain--was condemned today as method of slaughtering animals by a veterinarian of 35 years ...

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  5. "Only Experienced Men To Be Used"

    The chairman of the City Council's Abattoirs and Markets Committee (Cr. C. T. Smith) said today that in future only the most ...

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    "It must be Cr. McBoople of the Parks and Gardens Committee" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. READERS VIEWS ON ABATTOIRS KILLING

    Dozens of letters have been received by The Herald protesting at the inhumane slaughter of cattle at Melbourne suburban abattoirs, as revealed by The Herald on Friday. ...

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  12. SLAUGHTERING DONE BY 70 FIRMS

    City Council officers said today that all the slaughtering done at the abattoirs was carried out by 70 private firms, to whom the Council merely leased accommodation. ...

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  13. DEMAND FOR DEAF, DUMB WORKERS

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.-- Deaf and dumb workers in NSW were in great demand with employers because they ...

    Article : 114 words
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