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MERTHYR TYDFIL URBAN DISTRICT…

MERTHYR TYDFIL SCHOOL BOARD.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 5TH, 1896.

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|SPAllKS FROM THE ANVIL.

IMUSICAL GOSSIP.

M EET OF THE LLANWONNO HOUNDS.

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M EET OF THE LLANWONNO HOUNDS. A iiieet (ii the Llanwonno Hounds took place on Wednesday morning. About 30 ladies and gentle- men assembled at Cwmpennar Bridge, Mountain Ash, and among those present were Mr. Evan Llewellyn, M.F.H., Llanwonno Hounds; Mr. Willie Morgan, M.F.H., Tyn-y-Cymmer House Mr. D. Pritcliard, M.F.H., Cefn Forest Ilounds Miss Morgan, Maesycocd, Pontypridd Miss Grover, Clydaeh Court Miss Kitty Evans, Duffryn Ffrwd (who was mounted on a Russian pony); Dr. E. P. I'"vans, T.P., Duffryn Ffrwd Sir, Tom Morgan, Maesyeoed, PontA pridd; Dr. Washington David, Llwynypia Mr. 1). Llewellyn, Darwonno Mr. H. Edmunds. Penybailev Mr. J. Long, Mountain Ash Mr. A. Clark, Mountain Ash Mr. J. Williams, Bryneerddin Mr. B. Morris, Mountain Ash Mr. Walter Morgan, Aborfan Hotel; Mr. Walter Davies, Monachty. The Middle Duffryn Woods were first drawn, then across the Incline, and Tynte Wood. Not drawing anything in either of these woods, the hounds drew the covers along the mountain side, from Cefn pen nar along above Newtown, Lower Forest, thence to the Tunnel Woods. Rsynard not having been met with, tho hunt proceeded across to the cast side of the mountain, and drawing Ravens Crag and Aberfan Rocks, and then proceeded up the valley.

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