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WEDDEL'B METHODS OF DISTRIBUTION, PENINSULA DAIRYMEN, ADDRESSED. On Wednesday afternoon Mep&rs T. S. Robinson, representing tbe N'.ZFarpaers' Goop Association, and T. H. Young, , representing Messrs W. Weddel & Co., of.England, dairy produce distributors throughout tbe United Kingdom, met the directors of the Akaroft'Butter Factory. Co., Ltd., at the Akaroa Borough Council Cham bers, Mr A, J. Turner,-, chairman of

directors,' presided- ' • '. '"'- *-"'- - The addresses of Messrs ■- Robinson and Young, were listened to with the £ keenest Interest. , * The chairman introduced tbp- * speakers. , Mr T. B. Robinson touched on the ' question of the disposal of cheese at i Home, Mr Young opened bis address by I wishing the promoters of the ntw Akaroa butter factory every enccess in tbeir undertaking. Hβ pointed out that the best idea was to ship the but ■ ter Home, and get their brand known aud distributed throughout the United Kingdom. He went on to explain Weddtil & Oo's business methods in 1 detail, and ehowing the best methods of sending dairy produce'ail I men of England. He laid stress on the fact that Weddel & Co. was purely; a Commission House, buying nothing on their own account. The Weddel & Coy's distributing organisation was unsurpassed by any other firm, and that it was only by good and wide dis tribution in the United Kingdom that dairy produce came under the notice of the biggest number of buyers eng abling Weddel & Co. to pick and d choose the highest prices. Hβ quoted 0 figures proving hie arguments as to Weddel & Co. getting the highest prices, for distributing their dairy pro duce in this manner. He'also quoted a certain interesting incident which happened to him way up in the North of Seotfand which proved conclusively that .Weddel* & Co. dealt direct with retail honaos. w Tbp rh-ii-man (Mr A. J. Turner), 1; his thanks for the information .«ceived, and said that Wed jo 0.-11 & (V., claim would receive every p/in-ir'''" of 'o>i when the matter ,of actual dim came to be considered. Me?sr« Kobinson and Young gave address ai'o at Pigeon Bay on Fri day, Liulo, Akaloa Saturday, Oka v's k P. »v Motrin v, Lβ Bone Bay Tuesday, ' G ■rnian Bay on Wednesday, and Wai I rui U'T, tvc-nirg.

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DISPOSAL OF DAIRY PRODUCE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914

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DISPOSAL OF DAIRY PRODUCE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914

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