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HUNTING.

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HUNTING. NORTH CHESHIRE. Quite a large field met on Wednesday at Calve- ley Hall, the residence of Mr. de Knoop, the irew tenant. There was a fine show of foxes. The district for several years has been without many foxes. A move was made to the New Gorse, and a gcod-lcoking fox took hounds towards Page's Wood. On nearing Alpraham he turned to the left back to the park, where he got to ground. A second one from the same cover took a ring up to the road at Wettenhall, where hounds lost their fox owing to a moderate scent. From Wettenhall Wood a good-looking fox was sent on his journey up to the Minshull road and back to Darnhall big wood, where he was lost. A second fox from Wettenhall Wood gave a nice gallop across to Paradise in; the Minshull country. During this gallop many empty saddles were to be seen. The Master (Mr. Wilson) was one of the unlucky ones. He got off with a good ducking his horse jumping into a pond. The North finished their week's hunting with a meet in the High Legh country. Foxes were very plentiful; in fact, more foxes were found than for several seasons. The first was found in one of the Park belts, and ran out in the direction of Agden and back to ground. Two more were found and one was killed. The other took hounds out for Beechwood, and was eventually lost close to Dean's Green. Scent was not of the best, but things look bright as far as finding foxes go for the ensuing season. SOUTH CHESHIRE. The South pack met on Tuesday at Ridley Tollbar. Hounds soon disturbed several foxes in Ridley Wood. One of their number ran over the hill, then down to the Bath Wood and back to Ridley. He was soon away again on the same line as before, but this time he kept on past the Bath Wood in the direction of Hurleston. On reaching Riders Green he lay down in a patch of gorge on the roadside where hounds killed. Another hunt from Chesterton Wood took the large field down the valley towards Spurstow. Here hounds turned to their left for Peckforton Wood, where they lost their fox. An old fox out of Peckforton Wood went to ground close to the cover. A good day's sport wan spoiled by poor scent. BL UECAP-.

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