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FORTHCOMING TEMPERANCEI MISSION…

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HUNTING. - I

NORTH HEREFORDSHIRE HUNT.…

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.]

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I Newly-Appointed Master Withdraws.…

A Deadlock.I

I Statement by the Union.…

IAotlon by the Speolal Committee.…

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ITHE DEADLOCK. 1

Daorease of Teaohers. - ---…

ILETTERS TO THE EDITOR. I

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ILEDBURY AND DISTRICT AIR-RIFLE…

I HEREFORD MARKET. I

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I HEREFORD MARKET. I (Special Farmers' Union Report). The market to-day was a busy one with a good supply of live stock and a full attendance of the general public. CATTLE. I There was a fairly good supply of store cattle, I which met with a brisk trade at satisfactory I prices. BEEF. I A moderate supply, for which trade was very I firm. Best beef 7d to 7id per lb. Other I qualities 6d to 7d. Fat calves 9d to lOld. SHEEP. I A fairly full supply. Store sheep in good demand. Fat sheep slightly easier. Best teg mutton 9d to lOd per lb. Best wether mutton 8id to 9d. Other qualities, 7d to 8id. PIGS. I A moderate supply. Stores in good demand. Porks and bacons very firm at rather better than recent rates. Porks, 7d to 8d per lb. Baouna 6d to 7d. Heavy-weights 5d to 6d. CORN. I A dull market. Trade quiet with prices un- changed. Wheat per 62 lbs, 38 lid to 4s. O!d. Oats per 40 lbs, 2s 6d to 3s. Malting barley per 56 lbs, 3e 6d to 4s. Grinding barley per 56 lbs, 3s to 39 6d.' Beans per 65 lbs, 4s to 4s 2d. HAY TRADE. I Hay trade shows little improvement, with prices unchanged. Best hay 50s to 55s per ton. Second quality hay 458 to 50s. Clovers (aood) 50s to 55s. Good wheat straw 40s to 45s.

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GLOUCESTERSHIRE FARMERS' UNION.

DYMOCK.