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BARRY'S BAY FACTORY

THE NEW BUTTER PLANT.

The Barry's Bay Co operative Dairy Factory Company accepted fcbe tenders a few days ago for the additional building and plant required for the inBtallation of a whey butter factory. The contract for-the new building was let- to Mr E. W. Bnchslor for the sum o[ £490' and the contract for the machinery required for the making of whey butter for £785 to Messrs J B. MoEwan & Co. The additional building required will be. erected at the northeast corner of the present cheese faotory, and will make the present faobory half as big again. The present office will be shifted, and two large whey tanks—one overhead and the other underground—built for the reoeption of the whey after it has gone through the whey butter plant. The new machinery will include two separators, capable of dealing with 2000 gallons of whey an hour, a new oilengine, 8 h.p. (which will work the separators, refrigerating plant, etc , connected with the butter plant), a refrigerator, pasteuriser' churn and butter worker, two whey pumps—one for pumping the whey into the separa tor and the other for pumping it back into the tank. A cool chamber is also to be included.

The directors and suppliers feel fairly confident that their new venture will be a very.ouccessful one, and it is considered-*, if the Barry's Bay butter plant is the other cheesa factories will join with the Barry's Bay Factory in treating their whey for butter, either by supplying the new Barry's Bay whey butter factory, or by erecting plants themselves The Barry's Bay Dairy Compnny's suppliers are increasing their capital from £1500 to £2800 to meet the expense of the new whey butter fao tory, and all the additional eharos will "be taken up by the present suppliers of the faotory.

The company will not accept cream for butter.making from any supplier, as the company's Articles of Association do not allow them to do so

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BARRY'S BAY FACTORY, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 29 May 1914

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BARRY'S BAY FACTORY Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 29 May 1914

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