November 17, 1900. At a co-operative creamery conference at Enniskillen resolutions were adopted expressing the opinion that the various co-operative creameries should join in establishing ice factories, owing to the heavy charges made by the railway companies for the transit of ice; expressing the opinion that officers of the Irish Agricultural Organisation Society or Co-operative Agency, or of both, should push the sale of Irish butter; to investigate, report upon, and counteract the causes with prevent Irish butter from holding the foremost position on the markets of Great Britain. {{COUNTERPOINT }}