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honey in South Australia - Groningen-born Eildert Kingma, has begun making the famous Gouda cheese in James Gilroy, 45 =, a ship's engineer, who migrated to South Australia from Lochend, Edinburgh, in 1954, has had two key jobs in the processing and marketing of Australian primary produce. The first involved crayfish, or lobster, tails' export to the United States. He was manager of a big bee-keepers' cooperative in Adelaide which processes about one and a half million pounds of honey a year, much of it for export to the United Kingdom. Mr Gilroy attends a honey-processing pot at the Adelaide factory of the South Australian honey producers' cooperative

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A12111, 1/1965/16/118
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