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SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1914.…

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PENDOCK. I

FORTHCOMING EVENTS.—Clergymen,…

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OUR WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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HEREFORDSHIRE LABOURERS' WAGES.—JUDGE REDUCES ORDERS.—There were a number of judgement summonses before Deputy Judge Amphlett at the Leominster County Court on Monday, and in nearly every csae Mr Amphlett made a reference to the low wages paid, and reduced the amount of the instalment ordered to be paid by His.Honour Judge Harris Lea. A farm labourer named Wall, of Eyton, was aom- moned by a firm of coal merchants. It was admitted that his wages were only 118 8d per weelf. The Judge And they call that a living wage! The order was that he should pay 4s a month he might pay 6d a week. I make an order for 21 days, not to issue to long as he pays 2s a month instead of 4s. In other cases orders were reduced to Is 6d per month.