Bronze commemorative medal Canadian Cheese Centennial 1864-1964. The Pioneer of the Dairy Industry. 1864 marked the centenary of the establishment of commercial cheese manufacturing in Canada . The first cheese factory was built and operated at Norwich, Ontario by Harvey Farrington.
Cheese centennial meal back
Bronze commemorative medal Canadian Cheese Centennial 1864-1964. The Pioneer of the Dairy Industry. 1864 marked the centenary of the establishment of commercial cheese manufacturing in Canada. The first cheese factory was built and operated at Norwich, Ontario by Harvey Farrington.
Silver Milk Jug
Silver milk jug presented by the Royal Bank for the Campbellford District- Seymour Agricultural Society for the highest score cheese exhibition won by Murray Heath 1973.
Silver plate spoon with the milk pitcher.
Madoc Fall Fair Trophy
Madoc Fall Fair 1922 Trophy donated by The Canadian Bank of Commerce.
Won by H. C. Christie, Spring Creek Cheese Factory, Madoc, Ontario.
The World's Colombian Commission
Miss Annie M. Elevier, Madoc scored 97.5 per cent for her cheese at the World's Colombian Commission in 1893 in Chicago.. She was appointed cheese maker at Spring Creek Cheese Factory and Creamery, Madoc in 1891 when she was only 22. It is not clear where she learned to make cheese. She might have apprenticed with Mrs. Jack Robertson of Brook Valley Cheese Factory in Madoc.
She taught her husband John R. West and her sons, Elliot, John and William, how to make cheese and butter. For many years her husband was cheese maker at Harold. Her son William moved to Stirling in 1926 and ran the Stirling Creamery which is still in operation.
This certificate hung at the Stirling Creamery for many years.
Hall marked sterling Silver medal awarded at the Scottish Dairy Show 1965, Glasgow Scotland. The medal was awarded to Grant Hughes, Selby Cheese Factory.
Pewter tankard awarded to Grant Hughes of Selby Cheese Factory, north of Kingston, at the Royal Dairy Show in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1966. He worked with his two sons.
J. F. Singleton Challenge Trophy
J. F. Singleton* Challenge Trophy for Annual Competition donated by Eastern Ontario Cheese Makers Association.
*Associate Director of Marketing Service, Dairy Products, Department of Agriculture. Author of The testing of milk, cream and dairy buy-products by means of the Babcock test.
The Lawraston Trophy for Cream and Butter Scoring Competition presented by S F Lawrason & Co. Ltd. London, Canada.
1933 - 1970 (1963 no results). The Lawraston company made chemicals and provided neutralizer to counter act acidity in cream. Cream was often slightly acidic (sour) when it came to a creamery. Butter maker clubs worked on grading cream and butter. The instructor would assess the grading.
Silver cup donated by Eastern Ontario Dairymens Association and Creamery Men for the highest scoring butter 1918.
McFarland Cheese Box Trophy
H.R. McFarland Snr. H. R. McFarland Jnr. Cheese Box Factory trophy for Annual Competition Championship for Highest total Score. Central pillar topped with winged figure. Two lower pillars topped with laurel wreaths.
Western Ontario Dairymens Association January 1916, presented to Mack Robertson, who was a creamery instructor in Western Ontario.
Pitcher awarded to G. D. Silver, in 1938 for cream grading. Cream Grading OCA 1938 D. Silver.
Bowl for best outside appearence cheese Factory
Sliver plate bowl presented by the Bank of Commerce to Bert Jones of Black river Cheese Factory 1949 for the best outside appearance cheese factory. His wife Essie was the gardener.
G. G. Publow Trophy
The G.G. Publow Memorial Trophy presented by Dr. C. A. Publow for annual competition to the Ontario Cheesemake obtaining the highest rating for the quality of his cheese and the excellence of his workmanship.
G. G. Publow was Chief Dairy Instructor for Ontario.
"Chief dairy instructor for Ontario G. G. Publow who has gathered about him as fine a lot of instructors and inspectors it is possible to find." History of the Cornwall Cheese and Butter Board.
Lawrason Trophy donated by S.F. Lawrason and Co. Ltd. London Can. Student showing best attitude to Dairy Work. K.A.S. Dairy Class Kemptville Ontario.Awarded to Arthur E. Young.
De Laval Trophy
De Laval Trophy, Canadin Creamery Association, Ontario Season butter grading 200-400 churnings presented by De Laval Co. ltd. Winners 1931 Exeter Creamery Winklesea, 1925 Forest Creamery, Forest, 1928 -1930 Fullerton Creamery, Fullerton, On.
Walker-Wallace Canadian Trophy
Walker-Wallace Canadian Trophy Canadian Creamery Association of Ontario Season's Butter Grading 75-200 samples presented by William-Wallace Limited. 1926 Mississipi Creamery, 1927 Norwood Cremery, 1928 First Prize Eidon Creamery Limited, 1929 Exeter Creamery, Exeter, 1930 Exeter Creamery, 1931 Exeter Creamery Exeter.
W. R. Drummond Trophy
Drummond Trophy Canadian Creamery Association of Ontario, monthly sample, out of storage, presented by W. R. Drummond Ltd. 1927.
1926 Sutton Dairy and Creamery Co. 1927 Mississipi Creamery Carleton Place, 1931 Sutton Dairy and Creamery, Sutton West.
Ronald A. Chisholm Memorial Trophy
The Ronald A. Chisholm Memorial Trophy. Ronald A. Chisholm was involved in trade in dairy products and other foods.
Royal Bank, British Empire Cheese Show
Royal Bank British Empire Cheese Show Highest scoring cheese in exhibition won by Doug C. Rowe (from Warkworth) in 1971.
Central Ontario Cheese Makers Association
Silver platter presented by the Canadian Bank of Commerce to Central Ontario Cheese Makers' Association Awarded to Douglas Rowe Warkworth, Ontario for Highest Average Score 1958.
Percy Agricultural Society Trophy
Silver platter The Royal Bank Trophy present to Percy Agricultural Society for Best Finished Cheese 1953.
Identical Platters for 1951 and 1954 are in the collectin.