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I ! "NEW MILK." !

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"NEW MILK." REMARKABLE WEST WALES STATEMENT. A curious statement was made to the Car- i marthenshire Health Committee on Tues. day, Mr. W. J. Thomas, Lhuiarthney, pre- ?'; i 1. e k iisl?ec  or, i, e j siding. Mr. David Roderick, inspector, re- ported that on visiting a c-ertaiii place he found a quantity of milk powder, which it was admitted was used to make milk when, sufficient was not- available from the farms. He did not think 11. was possible to prose- cute under the Foods and Drugs Act be- cause the milk made from the powder, on analysis, would show the same constituents as pure milk, but the Board of Agriculture I institute a prosecution under the Merchandise Marks Act. because the milk was labelled as "new milk. Mr. "T. ,Yi11iams (Brynamman) said he thought Carmarthenshire would be the last place in the world where- they would find milk powder mixed and turned out aq new milk. It never entered the heads of the County Council that it was possible to send out irom Carmarthenshire a span our article. In order to protect the farmers of the county and the consumers be hoped the committee would support the inspaetor. He moved that the attenition of the Board of Agricnltui'e be cal1".rt to the matter. Thj" was agreed t<1.

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