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Carmarthenshire Fox Hounds. I NEW YEAR'S DAY MEET. j These hounds met as is the general custom for the opening run of the new year in Guildhall-square at 11 o'clock. The day turned out to be a very satisfactory one from a hunting point of view and the consequence was that a great number were mounted for the day's sport. It was thought that this was the largest meet that has been witnessed on this particular day. Amongst the most con- spicuous absentees was the respected M.F.H. whose wife's dangerous illness prevented his attendance. Amongst those present were :â Capt. Grismond Philipps, Capt. E. J. Evans, and Miss Evans, Ystrad Dr Carver; Mr J. Francis, Myrtle Hill; Mr Jack Francis Mr R. R. Carver and. Miss Carver, Mr J. Carver, Trecadw-an Mr Hugh Waddle, Llanelly Mr Henry Bath and Misses Bath Miss Lily Francis; Miss Gwen Powell; Major Lloyd, Court Henry; Mr David Lewis, Pantglas; Mr J. F. Rees, M.R.C.V.S., Mr John Anthony, Cilveithy; Messrs Harry, Gwyn, Ivor, and Owen Anthony Mr and Miss Morris, Coomb Mr D. H. Thomas, Starling Park; Mr Percy Thomas, Derllys, &c., &c. A carriage party from Alltyferin, Cwmgwilly, and Mrs Olive, Boar's Head Hotel, attended the meet. THE RUN. Soon after eleven o'clock a start was made and the hounds proceeded to Trebersed, which was drawn blank, as was also Cwmmau- bach, where they generally succed in finding, the disappointment in not finding being a surprise. The hounds were then taken to Ffynsaint, were a couple of foxes were found at home. Both started away and made for ground at Cwmcennin, from which after a short wait, they were bolted by the terriers. The hounds then settled down on one, and made as if going towards Talog, then bore on to the right for Conwil, then round to the right again, and then to Nanty- bwla, where he was rolled ever in the open, after a good spin of about two-and-a-half hours. A fresh start was not made and the hounds were then taken home. The mask was presented to Major Lloyd, of Court Henry, and the brush to Miss Lily Francis, Myrtle Hill, who it is worthy of mention was the first to enter the field in which the fox was killed, which speaks well of her pluck and horsemanship.

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