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AKAROA BUTTER FACTORY.

GOVERNMENT GRADER'S INSPECTION.

' Mr F. Clayton, Government dairy produce grader, Lyttelton, paid a visit of inspection to the Akaroa Butter Co.'s new factory at Akaroa on Wednesday. After a thorough inspection on behalf of the Government, he passed the factory, recommending a few minor alterations, and expressed tbe opinion that the plant was most up to date, and very well housed, fie also made arrangements for grading of the com pany's butter. Mr Clayton left again on Thursday morning. . Tbe Akaroa Butter Company will forward tbe ton and a quarter of butter, wbioh bas bepn pre<-ented for the poor nf Biitnin and Belgium, at the end of tbe week to Messrs Pyne & Co , of Christchurcb. Tbe company has invited tbe Hon. R. Heaton Rhodes to appoint a day for officially opening tbe new factory. The supply of cream to tbe new fac tory ia increasing every day, and at present about 3001b. of butter are being made daily. There will be a very big increase npon tbis amount in the next few weeks* Mr Judd, the manager, bas bis plant in excellent running order, and the sample of butter produce is a first grade pro duct.

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AKAROA BUTTER FACTORY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 2 October 1914

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AKAROA BUTTER FACTORY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 2 October 1914

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