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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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-r. LONG-KEEPING CHEESE. Sir,—Will you allow me, through the medium of the Courant, to say that I have just received a communication from Sir Philip Grey-Egerton, Bart., to the effect that, subject to the approval of the Managing Council of the show, he will give a special prize of £ 10 10s. for the best four cheeses made on the long-keeping system, open to classes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7. I purpose calling my Council together with the view of adopting some method that will ensure satis- factory results. In the meantime I shall be .y glad if donors could be found for a second and third prize. I feel sure that the great interest that is now taken for adopting methods in the process of manufacture to ensure better keeping qualities is such that will, I have no doubt, bring a quick response to the above suggestion.—Yours faithfully, ROBERT CHALLINOR, Secretary to the Cheshire Dairy Farmers' Association. 22, Old Bank Buildings, Chester, Sept. 10, 1897. [We learn from Mr. Challinor that^ Mr. George Barbour, of Bolesworth Castle, chairman of the Dairy Farmers' Association, has wired to say that he will give a second prize of five guineas for long-keeping cheese.]

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