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DAIRY SHOW IN LONDON.

—» . - - Colonists (says a paper received by the Suez mail) found their way in large numbers to the recent Dairy Show at the Agricultural Hall. There was much to admire and a good many hints to bo gained, and wo believe that not a few purchases will find their way to Australia and New Zealand. A novelty in the exhibition was a consignment of cheese from New Zealand. It was tasted by numerous visitors, was acknowledged to be of excellent quality, and, it was stated, could be sold in the country at 8d per lb. The Lord Mayor, in presiding over a meeting of the British Dairy Farmers’ Association in the Hall, remarked upon the excellent quality of the cheese sent from the colony, and, pointing out that the English farmer must reckon upon having the colonists as competitors, he asked if it would not pay them to. give more attention^ojmarke^gardening.

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DAIRY SHOW IN LONDON., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 490, 12 November 1881

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DAIRY SHOW IN LONDON. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 490, 12 November 1881

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