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PENINSULA CHEESE GRADING.

XO THE EDITOB. Sir,—l notice by your report of the annual meeting of the Barry's Bay "Co op. Dairy Factory Co. that Mr T. Wakelin, in complimenting the manager on taia successful work, I stated that Barry's Bay was the only factory on the Peninsula to have all its cheese passed first grade* last season. It is a pity.that Mr Wakeiin, before making such a wild asserLion, did - not make sure of his facts. As a matter of fact the Okain'e Bay Factory aPo had all its cheese passed firet grade; indeed, for many years not a single ease of its cheese has been otherwise. Further, there must have been at least some present at the meeting who could have corrected Mr Wake.Hi's statement Either they did not do so, or your reporter failed to include the otirroctioD, Thi« seems to show a lack of count-ay to a neighbouring fac'ory, and I trust that you will insert tins letter in justice to our factory and its manager,—l am, etc.,

W. THOMAS, ■ Sec. Okain's Bay Factory, Okaro's Buy, July 21st, 1914,

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PENINSULA CHEESE GRADING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914

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PENINSULA CHEESE GRADING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914

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