NEW CREAMERY OPENED. [FROM OUR own correspondent.) Te Aboha, Wednesday. Dairying operations are extending in all parts of the valley. Another new creauncry was opened a few days ago atWaiomo, seven miles beyond the Okauia creamery, four miles from that at Mangawhero and five miles from that at Hinuera. The new undertaking is mainly due to the enterprise of Mr. Charles Manuel, who r«ccntly took a large block of unimproved country, which he has already completely transformed. The creamery is on his property, at the junction of the Tauranga, Matamata, and Okoroire Roads. The settlers have disposed of their season's output for per lb to Te Aroha Company, and they will thus be able to guarantee suppliers 10£ d for butter-fat. The proceedings in connection with the formal opening of the creamery were of a satisfactory character. Mr. Manuel presided, and after the speeches a social and dance was held, at which there was,a large attendance. :
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SUCCESSFUL DAIRYING., New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911
SUCCESSFUL DAIRYING. New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911
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