KAITIEKE CO-OP. DAIRY CO.
» SHAREHOLDERS' ANNUAL MEETING. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The seventh annual meeting of the shareholders of the liuitleke Dairy , Company was held in the 1 _blic Hall, Owhaugo, on Saturday. The chairman of directors (Mr G. A. Stanton) presided. The report and balance-sheet were unanimously adopted. The report stated that --_8,1751b of bntterfat were received and __6,5051b (or UO tons l cwt) of commercial butter vns manufactured, a little over last year's output. The overrun was is.4. The directors anticipated that when the Imperial Government disclosed the final pavtnent for the company s exportable output it would realise in all lud per lb butterfat. All the cutter was disposed „r except 003 boxes. ci-nc P "vaiiuble for distribution was tlt.lb, aud the directors recommeuded the B_£*_Lr i"? interlm t>°nt_ of l.tl per lb, _•_..« , lmt _ rest ou I ,aiu up shares, fHW ?„f. en ? fuud . aid balance of £37S to be carried forward. A new cream vat and __H__** had been instaJ 'eu last season. T n h « b ""_ sale* totalled £12,804 for export, i nnlk.f ° 7 . '_"., _ tal trade - The butterfat i direetorf ° tal Cd H' 062 " The ell - ctlon of Messrs A r? S ' one<l $? *"• retirement of l-oofist fiv Browu COwhaago) and J. A. Uoodsir u.umarunuil. aud the resignation Stehi^" 8 S_J. ,Chards (Taumarunui). It htebblngs (Hlkimutu), and W Plttam . Go a o^dsfr a^, 0 -u , r ° SUlted a3 f°"ow.:-Mess« Uoodsir (lo!) votes), A. Brown (I=_l n Richards- (131), N lc_jU (110) and C j' b__:V 105) ' lhe "««-fil candidal M'"?,, M ,'? sr , s , Marshall. HUI. and B ils.v auditor 1. """,' AKA " waß re-elected I Morri.'i ; lcwit . t > and tbe secretary (Mr It rt-ft.!? ~ nerease(l as a mark of apureClation of their faithful labours whilst th. chairman of directors was voted a sp e < .1 allowance of £30 for his service" A L «nc_sV f t,;r SUOnS btari "S «P°n __"_.- »iu.es of the company were sTilcfo..f„»ii answered, and shareholders showed a keen ____? iD t S C •_»■«"■«■ throughout The asssf rjt r fo_, to au [i e S3B&* s_? upon the dried milk boom? ,__*_,. ill roads in the district absolutely prohibie. the industry being introduced The com panv intend going in for grading er_im next season, and, as an inducement to Zo Pliers to grade cream, offer _d perl. e___ Mr \f a ne DS ° r ,° 2 P ° lute aud «Pwart„ tra Mr W, Dempster, of the Dairy Department, was present, and briefly addressed the meeting. He emphasised the care of cream, and advocated a system of herd testing as a means of improvement: of grading. Mr Dempster made the strfktnj statement that in Taranaki the averae? yield per head was 601b of butterfat and if the return for the Auckland province was i? _?_vf" ne P r °P° rtltvu a" increase of £1,500,000 per yeur would be gained This would result from herd-testing, which tor a Taring 0 ' ?""* te VOgUe iv
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KAITIEKE CO-OP. DAIRY CO., Auckland Star, Volume XLIX, Issue 193, 14 August 1918
KAITIEKE CO-OP. DAIRY CO. Auckland Star, Volume XLIX, Issue 193, 14 August 1918
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