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Numerous Applications for Vacancies. It is sated that numerous applications have been received for the headmasterships of schools in Herefordshire which will become vacant this month through the teachers' strike and resignation. The post at Walford, near Ross, value Y,130 per annum, has been filled by the appointment of a National Union member. Mr Nicholls, repsenting the National Union of Teachers in Hereford, says he is sure no reputable members either inside or outside the county will consent to supplant members of their own body. He knew teachers in the county occupying com- paratively bumble berths, though excellent teachers, had refused tempting offers from the local Education Committee to fill some of the vacancies which were likely. te be created. The committee had endeavoured to show that the granting of the increased salaries bad no connection with the threatened strike, but he pointed out that, although the teachers had been asking in vain for the last nine years for increases, the committee would not recognise the fact until now thaMhe salaries in Herefordshire were lower than in other similar counties.

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