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A NEW BUTTER COOLER AND CARRIER.

The Improvement m the demand for New Zealand batter at. Home has led rcore perse ns than one to Invent apparatus for the conveyance and preservation of this commodity. The latest invention la by Messrs Ohatfield, of Auckland,, and Mr H, Waite. of tho same oily, baa mM-Ufac-tnred a number of the •* Arctic Improved Portable Cool Chambers," as they are called. The only one available wheo the mall left has been forwarded to Messrs MoOlatchle and Co , of this city, who intend plaolng It In the Show? It it a very simple oontrlvanco, and, acoording* to the test with which it is aceompenied, it should soon fidd a market not only ;t among shippers of butter, bat among every cla*s who keep a stook on hand! The cooler m question is capable of holding about 401 bs of butter, paoked on five shelves, around whioh Is a galvanised Iron case fitted with a chamber for receiving cold (rater. This water om be exchanged for fresh very easily, and thus tha Inner obamber Is always kept cool. Several severe tests have been applied to tha brjx, with the result that ln eaoh caae tha batter has not baen Injured. -" Christ* ohuroh Telegraph."

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A NEW BUTTER COOLER AND CARRIER., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 10 November 1888

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A NEW BUTTER COOLER AND CARRIER. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 10 November 1888

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