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FORTHCOMING TEMPERANCEI MISSION…

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HUNTING. - I

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HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.]

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I Newly-Appointed Master Withdraws.…

A Deadlock.I

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IAotlon by the Speolal Committee.…

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ITHE DEADLOCK. 1

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ILETTERS TO THE EDITOR. I

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. I HEREFORDSHIRE ELEMENTARY I TEACHERS. To the Editor. Sir,—As the County Council representative of the parish of Ledbury Urban, and a member of the Special Committee deputed by the County Education Authority to deal with the resignations of the above, I think it necessary the ratepayers of this locality should be cognisant of the following facts, and therefore beg you will give publicity to them in your next issue:— 1. That the representatives of the National Union of Teachers had an inter- view with the Committee, on Saturday last, at, the Shire Hall, Hereford. 2. That a scale of salaries was demanded by them, which if agreed to would raise the salaries of head teachers from £ 19,625, as at present, to C30,080, an increase of £ 10,455. 3. That this would require a rate of 4d in the £ in addition to the existing rate of 7-id in the f. for head teachers alone. 4. That the Committee declined to accede to the proposals, and are proceeding to fill the vacancies, most of which are now completed. 5. That the Committee declined to keep the proposed scale of salaries private? as requested by the representatives of the N.U.T., as the figures must be embodied in their report to the Education Authority, the meetings of which are open to the Press. 6. That the Committee recently revised the salaries of the head teachers, raising them in the aggregate by £ 1,300, taking effect as from January 1st, 1914. Thanking you in anticipation I Yours faithfully, ERNEST H HOPKINS. Ledbury, January 28, 1914.

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ILEDBURY AND DISTRICT AIR-RIFLE…

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GLOUCESTERSHIRE FARMERS' UNION.

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