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Wisconsin Dairymen's Association / Tenth annual report of the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association : held at Sheboygan, Wis., January 11-13, 1882. Report of the proceedings, annual address of the president, and interesting essays relating to the dairy interests
(1882)

Report of the committee on resolutions,   pp. 92-93 PDF (378.9 KB)


Page 92

 
WIscONsIn DA=EiN's ASSOCunION. 
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS.- 
Xr. Preaidea: -Your committee on resolutions beg leave to 
present the following report: 
" RBsolved, That we, to-day, place as high an estimate on the 
importance of our profession as ever before, and recognize grate- 
fully that the general public regard this associaticn and the dairy 
interest as among, if not the leading, interests of the times; and we 
hereby pledge to each other that, in returning to our homes, we 
will profit by the thoughts and suggestions received here, and en- 
deavor, in all legitimate ways, to elevate and perfect our profession 
in the year on which we are just entering. 
"Resolved, That much of the success and pleasure of this 
convention has been derived from the courtesy, care and kindness 
of the citizens of Sheboygan, and to them we hereby extend our 
sincere thanks for the hospitality shown so freely during our entire 
stay in the city, and especially for the magnifioent banquet tendered 
to the association last evening. 
" Resolved, That the thanks of this association are hereby ex- 
pressed to J. G. Lombard, of Chicago, and the Sheboygan Glee 
Club, for the excellent music furnished for the oocasion, which has 
added so much to our enjoyment. 
"R esolved, That we recognize the fact that the two great presses 
of the world Are the newspaper press and the cheese press, the 
former contributing largely to the success of the latter. 
" Resolved, That our thanks are due to the local papers and to 
W. C. Thomas, representing the Milwaukee press, and H. B. 
Humphrey, of the Chicago Times, for their efficient, prompt and 
correct transmission to their respective papers the proceedings of 
this convention; as also to the publishers for the space given to the 
publication of the same. 
" Resolved, That the thanks of the association are due and are 
herebv returned to the Chicago & Northwestern, the Chicago, Mil- 
waukee & St. Paul, the Wisconsin Central, and the Milwaukee, 
Lake Shore & Western railways, for the recognition of the impor- 
tance of the dairy interest of Wisconsin, in the generous reduction 
of fares to all in attendance on the convention. 
"Resolved, That we congratulate ourselves for having such able 


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