September 8, 1900. The Minister of Agriculture for the province of Quebec, Canada, has recently been examining into the manufacture of cheese in the Province. Believing that there were certain defects in the method of manufacture now followed in the Province he has referred the matter to a special commission. After carrying out certain experiments in Quebec, the manufacturer and the chemist in charge of the investigation have come to England to seek the assistance of Mr. F. J. Lloyd, author of the "Report on the Manufacture of Cheddar Cheese". {{COUNTERPOINT }}