An Example For American Girls.
A number of lady students who have gained certificates at the dairy schools in connection with the University College, Bangor, Wales, have been appointed instructresses in dairy work in various parts of the country. Among these are Miss K. M. Armstrong, who gained the advanced certificate last season and the first prize of $25 in this examination, and has been appointed head instructress by the directors of the Anglesey and Caernarvonshire Dairy school; Miss M.E. Bibby, who holds the advanced certificate, has been appointed instructress in butter making under the Lincolnshire county council: Miss Gwyn Swift, who also holds the advanced certificate, has been appointed instructress in dairy work for the Berwickshire Agricultural association; Miss M.M. Christopherson is now the instructress in butter making for the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical college, and is assisted by Miss Elizabeth Shirley, both of whom gained the advanced certificate in dairy work last season; Miss P. Coulthard has been appointed to act as instructress in buttermaking for the Wigtonshire county council ; Miss Annie Matthews, who acted as instructress to Miss M. E. Robberts at Lleweni Hall last season, has been appointed instructress in dairy work under the Essex county council: Miss M. A. Johnstone, who last year gained the advanced certificate in general dairy work, has again been appointed chief instructress in butter making at the Montgomneryshire dairy institute. Miss Catherine Hughes, who gained the ordinary certificate in butter makiug and cheese making, has been appointed to act as assistant at Lleweni Hall, Denbigh.
West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 – 1930), Tuesday 7 August 1900, Page 5