|Australian Fisheries Newsletter||1 , 3|
|Australian Fisheries Newsletter||3|
|IN THIS ISSUE||3|
|Development of stern trawling||3|
|Readers Write Finance for fishing||5|
|New Zealand views Australian fish market||7 , 9|
|Advertising||8 , 10|
|Pearls cultured in Japan's largest freshwater lake||11|
|School shark could be more heavily exploited||13|
|Closed season lifted||13|
|Rising interest in fish meal production||15 , 17|
|Advertising||16 , 18|
|Three-year gulf development plan big success||19|
|Australian king and tiger prawns popular in Japan||21|
|Record year for Safcol||23|
|Queensland’s big year||23|
|New freezer system||23|
|Stem trawling revolution continuing||24 , 25|
|Big sea mullet caught in dam||26|
|Raising trout at sea||26|
|Third time winner||26|
|Advertising||27 , 28|
|Farming the sea||29 , 31|
|Advertising||30 , 32|
|World round – up||33|
|Advertising||33 , 34 , 35 , 36 , 37 , 38 , 39 , 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 46 , 47 , 48|
Australia. Fisheries Branch. (1965). Australian fisheries newsletter Retrieved April 23, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-728991714
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Australia. Fisheries Branch. 1965, Australian fisheries newsletter Dept. of Primary Industry, Fisheries Branch, Canberra viewed 23 April 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-728991714
| author1=Australia. Fisheries Branch.
| title=Australian fisheries newsletter
| section=4 v.: ill.; 24 cm.
| issue=Vol. 25 No. 11 (November 1966)
| publisher=Dept. of Primary Industry, Fisheries Branch
| access-date=23 April 2021
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