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United Counties Hunters' Society.


United Counties Hunters' Society. The aunual meeting of this society, which embraces the counties of Glamorgan, Car- marthen, Cardigan, and Pembroke, was held at the Ivy Bush Koyal Hotel, Car- marthon, on Saturday, Lieut.-Col. J. R. Howell, Pantgwyn, presiding, and proposing a vote of condelenco with the family of the lata Earl Cawdor, who had been president of that society for very many years, and a great supporter from its formation. The vote was carried with groat decorum. The present Earl Cawdor is to be invited to suecoed his father in the presidential chair. At the next show--which is to be held on Thursday, August 25th, a day before the holding of the United Counties Agricultural Show in the same place—it was decided to offer the following prizes :—Brood mares 1, £1U 2, £G. Two year old hunters 1, £20 2, £10 3, 4, if over 20 entries, £2 10s. Three year old hunters 1, £2U 2, £10; 3, £5 4, if over 20 entries, £.2 10s. Four year old hunters 1. £25 2, £15; 3, £5. Five year old hunters 1, £20; 2, 10; 3, if 15 entries, £5, Twelve stone hunter of any age 1, £202. £10. Fourteen stone hunter of any age 1, £21) 2, £10. Jumpers 1, £]0 2, Mb. —The lion, secretary (Mr Eynon Bowen, Newcastle Einlyn) reported a larger balance than last year's. The appended are to be the Committee of Management :Ex-officios, masters of foxhounds and harriers—For Carmarthenshire, Messrs G. Philipps, Cwm- gwilly R. Waters, Sarnau E. H. Morris, Brynmyrddin and Lieut-Col. W. Lewes, Llysnewdd. For Pembrokeshire, Messrs C. W. R. Stokes, Tenby Mr Owen, Haver- fordwest and R. H. Harries, Treffgarne Hail. For Cardiganshire Lieut-Col. J. R. Howell, Pantgwyn Mr J. C. Harford, Falcondale and Mr G. B. Bowen. For Glamorganshire, Hon F. Morgan, M.P., Ruperra Castle; Mr Iloberl Jones, Swansea andR. T. Bassett, Crossways. There were also changes in the Field Committee, and the future one will be Grisiuond Philipps, Mr D, H. Thomas, Mr T. Parkinson, Mr J. Francis, Mr Vincent Howell Thomas, Lieut.- Col. Lewes, and Mr It It Carver. At the previous allluallllcetillg it was agreed, after much discussion, that all horses of five years old and upwards must on entry have a certificate sent from M.H. stating that the same has been regularly hunted and fairly ridden to hounds according to his views." On the motion of Captain Webley Parry- Pryse, Noyadd Trefawr, this rule was now- rescinded, it being also resolved, on his initiative, That no horse or mare having won £.10 or over in prizes the same year as the show, bo eligible to compete in the 12st and 13st classes." This resolution was adopted in order that the professional horse owner should not swamp other breeders of this type of hunter.—On the motion of Lieut.-CoI. Lewes, it was agreed (1) that the three year olds be led and not ridden inside the ring (2) all objections will be decided by the committee, and their decision will not be subject to any appeal and (3) any exhibitor wilfully attempting to deceive the society by a wrong entry will forfeit his entrance fees as well as all prizes won by him at this show, even prizes won by horses ¡ correctly entered by him, and will not be allowed to exhibit at any future show of the society.—Major J. V. Colby's proposal to hold the show in future years a week before the Dublin Show was carried as was also a vote of thanks to the chairman, which concluded the meeting.


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