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HEREFORDSHIRE FARM LABOURERS'…

ILEDBURY BUILDING SOCIETY.___I

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NEWENT POLICE COURT.

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UPTON BISHOP. I

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UPTON BISHOP. DAIRY CLASSES.—The Herefordshire Educa- tion Committee (Agricultural Department) have been holding a ten day's course of practical instruction in butter making, care of milk, cream, etc., at the Parish Hall. The classes commenced on July 6th with a demonstration by Miss Nellie Yeld. Fourteen pupils attended the classes, which terminated on Friday last. A competition for prizes was held on Thursday and Friday at which Mr Porter, organising secretary to the committee, attended. Great interest was taken in the classes throughout the ten days, and on Friday afternoon at the ter- mination of the classes there were present Alderman T Preece, Mr J Murdoch, C.C., Mrs Murdoch, Mrs Steer, Mrs Peer, Miss Marshall, Miss Jefferson, Mr J Snell, Mr A H Webb, Miss Teague, Mrs Rosser, etc. Mr Porter, addressing those present, said it was a great pleasure to him to see so. many interesting themselves in this work. The examination proved that all the pupils had a very practical knowledge of the work, and their written papers were most satisfactory. Mr Porter announced the result of the examination as follows 1, Mrs Snell (Perrystone) 2, Mrs Hardwick (Linton); 3, Miss A Powell (Upton Bishop); 4, Mrs Clinton (Upton Bishop). Certificates were presented by Miss Jefferson, who in a few well- chosen remarks said it gave her great pleasure to come and distribute the certificates to the pupils, and to hear they had all done so well. Mr J Murdoch proposed a vote of thanks to Miss Jefferson for distributing the certificates, which was replied to. Mr Porter thanked the committee for the room and also Mr J Murdoch for the great interest he had taken in the matter. Mr Murdoch, in reply, thanked them all on behalf of the committee. He had received apologies for non-attendance from Mrs Allen (Manor House), Mra Hogarth, and Mr H J Marshall.

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