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PENINSULA CHEESE GRADING.

TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—My directors have instructed me to deny the statement made at the Barry's Bey Factory meeting that they were the only factory on the Peninsula which scored first grade throughout the past season. AH the Pigeon Bay Factory cheese was exported, and it all passed first grade. As a matter of fact their cheese has scoici first grade from the commencement of operations, and prao* tically every pound of cheese has pas-ed through the grader's hand3,—l am, etc., H. W. WILKINS, i Sepre fary,

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PENINSULA CHEESE GRADING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914

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PENINSULA CHEESE GRADING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914

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