1893 – A public meeting was held in the Institute this evening under the auspices of the Royal Agricultural Bureau. Messrs. Sand ford and Molineux, of Adelaide, spoke at some length on the dairying industry and the export trade, pointing out the advantages of co-operation. There was a good attendance. Both speakers received an attentive hearing. At the close of the public meeting a meeting of dairymen and farmers was held, when Mr. Buckland, proprietor of the Lakeside Butter Factory offered to turn the factory into a co-operative concern. Mr. Sandford mentioned that all the butter from the Lakeside Factory—2J tons—had been passed by the expert for a bonus. Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 – 1912), Thursday 5 October 1893, page 3