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LITTLE AKALOA CHEESE FACTORY.

During the past week Messrs T. 8 Robinsonnand T, H. Young, represen ting Messrs: W. Weddel & Co,, dairy prod uce distributers, have been Triak iDg a tour of the Peninsula in th. interests of the dairying industry. On Saturday evening last met ■•' tbt directors of the Little Akaloa Oo op. Dairy,Co, Ltd., at the hall, Little Akaloa, when their addresses were listened to with much interest. Mr A. fl. Mclnto3h presided over a fail attendance, and briefly introduced the visitors.

Mr Robinson prefaced bis. remark? by advocating the use of basic, slag od poor grass land, and quoted figuietshowing the increased 1 ; yield of land treated with half a ton :of slag to tin acre. He then touched on the craes tion of the disposal of cheese at Home. The N.Z. Farmerß' Co op ; Association had, he said," with the interests of all dairy factories in view, selected Mesßi-6 Weddel & Co., of London, as "bejng the best medium for the disposal ol New Zealand cheese. ''

. Mr Young, of Messrs Weddel & Co, dealt briefly with his 'firm's methods of dealing, and made a telling afgu ment in favour of their purely com mission business, which, he main tamed, was the best channel through which the New Zealand producer would deal with the English retailer. He quoted figures to prove his state merits, and a persual o£ reports op business done during the past sea3oD revealed very satisfactory results. Mr Young answered many question? i put to him.

On; behalf, .of those present, Mr Mcintosh thanked the speakers for their addresses.

At tbe cose of the meeting refresh ments were handed round,

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LITTLE AKALOA CHEESE FACTORY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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LITTLE AKALOA CHEESE FACTORY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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