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The students of the Training College paid a visit of observation on the afternoon of the 7th inst. to Bycroft's hiscuit factory, by kind permission of the manager. Commencing in the mixing department, the party followed with interest the different processes until the finished biscuits were taken off the revolving trays ready for packing. The method of icing the fancy biscuits and the making of the tins were particularly interesting. The work people were very kind, no trouble being too great to explain the details of the machines, and the visit could not fail to be very profitable!

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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