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SWANSEA.

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ABERGAVENNY.

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BRITON FERRY.

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CARDIFF.

LLANDAFF.

PENARTH.

NEWPORT.

SWANSEA.

MERTHYR.

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LLANELLY.

PONTYPRIDD.

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NEWPORT BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

MERTIIYR BURIAL BOARD.

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JCHARGE OT SHEEP STEALING…

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HIGHWAY ROBBERY IX CARMARTHENSHIRE.

CARDIFF DISTRICT AXD . PENARTH…

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ITHE RECENT EXPLOSION AT INORTH…

FATAL COLLIERY ACCIDENT AT…

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HUNTING NOTES.

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HUNTING NOTES. A WITH THE LLANHABKAN AND YSTRADYFODWG HOt-XVS. These packs of hounds iiave just paid a visit to £ reeonshire and Radnorshire, accompanied by seypral leading sportsmen of the two districts so ^ebrated Tor their Nlmrods. A few days ago they Ilet at Forest Wood, near the Hundred House, Radnorshire. In a short time after the hounds were sent into the above-named forest. Three, fine foxes broke cover at the same moment, and as thev bounded along, showing their fine brushes, the excitement was great, which became intensified as the bell-like music of the two packs awakened the echoss with their soul-stirring cries. But the packs divided into three divisions, which for a few minutes caused some confusion. Nevertheless, each division followed its respective fox. and after a hard spin, lasting two and a half hours, the three foxes were killed. Mr. George Davies, Danyraiit, had the brush of one, and J. Mathews, huntsman, the head Mr. John Morgan, Tynewydd. the brush of the second, and Mr. 1). Prichard, Church House, Builth, the head. The brush of the other fox was secured by Mr. Aneurin Cule. Pent-re, and Tom," tiie Llanharran huntsman, the head The toxe traverstd about twenty miles 01 country, tlie sport was excellent throughout. The sanse hounds met on Tuescmv Dear the Juswrictl 2 0&ey- C'wm Hir.