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'1 THE ANGLESEY HUNT 1 THE ANNUAL GATHERINGS AT BEAUMARIS. The festivities in connection with the Angld eey Hunt gathering took pla-,e at Beatlma-i" this week. The comptroller was Mr Georga Ill. T. G. )'leyTÏ'c>k, eldest son of Sir George Meyriek, of Bodorgandeputy comptroller, Mr A. H. Vivian, of Pi as Gsvyn and the lady patroness, Miss Howard, of Wigi-an, bt. .At;aiph. The usual meet of the Anglesey Har- riers, wlhioh had been fixed for Tuesday at Peritraeth, was cancelled owing to the death of Mr Chris,topher F. Priestley, a paJt comp- troller of the hunt. The first ball took place at the Town Hali, Beaumaris, on Tuesday even n g, and a ball supper at the Wiiliams Bulkeley Arms Eotel. There was a good at- tendance in Wednesday, when the point to point steeplechases resulted as follows:- The WELTER RACE of £ 20; second. E3. Distance, about three and a half miles. Mr F. H. Mill's CILL A LATTICE Owner 1. Mr A. H. Vivian's Flip Flap Owner 0 Mr Frank Mills's Rufus Owner 0 Captain W. Lloyd's Moyvore Owner 0 Cill Alaithe won easily from Flip Flap and Rufus, but neither of the latter were able to pase the scales and were disqualified. The LIGHT-WEIGHT RACE of £ 20; second £ 3. Distance, about three and a half miles. Mr Eric Platt's MISS BESSIE Mr H.Fletcher 1 Mise Pritchard Rayner'a Dawn — 2 Mrs Arthur Davies's Gasthel Captain Carell 3 Mr M. L. Mostyn's Twilight — 0 Major Lawrence Williams's Discord Owner 0 Wan by a length six lengths divided second and third. Cashel led till half a mile from home when he refused, and Miss Bessie, tak- ing the lead won by a length. Twilight fell. The FARMER'S RACE; first £ 14, second JB6, third JB5, fourth £ 2. Distance, about- thref miles. Mr Pritchard Owens's MABEL P. J. Jones 1 Mr J. Roberta's Suffragette.. — 2 Mr E. M. Davidson's Tom H. G. Humphreys 0 Mr W. H. Rowlands's Alice. ICaptain Carell 0 Won by two lengths. An open race. The LADIES' CUP of £ 25; second L5, third £ 4. Mjas Pritchard Rayner's COMMITTEE G. E. Cotton 1 Mr A- H. Vivian's Freewheel Owner £ Mn H. Pitcher's Puddy Owner 3 Mr H. L. Bibby's Pedro — 0 Mr F. H. Mills's Tyrawley Owner 0 Capt. W- Lloyd's Innocent Boy Owner 0 The winner took up the running close to home and won by five lengths. Innocent Boy fell The judge was Coicnel T E J Lloyd starter, Sir George Mevrick, Bart.; clerk of the scales, Mr Wm. Griffith. In the eveninz the ladies' ordinary took plaoe at the Wilfiams Bulkeley Arms" Hotel, where over 100 sat down to an excellent menu. The toast list included the following items —Navy and Army," by the Comptroller .(compled witth the names of Lieut. Williams Mason and Major Turner), "The Ladv Pa- troness," by the Comptroller; "The Comptrol- ler," by Colonel Hampton Lewis; "The De- puty," by the Comptroller "Prosperity to the Anglesey Harriers," by Colonel T. E. J. Lloyd (coupled with the name of Mr F. Mills, who responded) "The Strange s," by Major Law- rence Williams (coupled with the name of Lord. Ladihoon, who responded) "The (La/dies," by Colonel H. Piatt (courJed with the name of Mr R. G. Williams Bulkeley). After dinner the lady patroness invited t'hose present to a dance at the Town Hall. On Thursday the meet was at Fourcrcsses, where .there was a. tange gathering, motor cars predominant. There was very fair sport, after which, the usual procession, headed by the "'Clio" hand, the Anglesey harriers, with the Hon. W. W. Vivian, master, and a large num- ber of equestrians, paraded through Beau- TOiarifi, a hailt being made oppcsite the Wil- iLama Bulke-ley Arms Hotel where the ancient cuistom of throwing hot copcers gave amuse- .1 a ment Ito an unusually large crowd. In the evening the principal ball took place at the Town Hall, and a ball supper at the Town Hlall. The hotel and Town Hall were 4>eaUitifiiil_v decorated1 with choice plants and flowers, .sent by Lady Mevrick. of Bodorgan, and Lady Magdalen Bulkeley- Mr Eric J. W. iPlatt wais the hon. sec., and was assisted by Mir Wm. Griffith. Amongst those at the gatherings were Sit George Mevrick, Baaft., of Bodorgan, Angle- sey, and Hurton Admiral, Christ Church, Hants; Lady Meyrick, Mr Gtorge LI. T. G. Meyrick, 7th Hussars, comptroller; Miss Mey- riok. Miss Eva Meyrick, Mies Phipps, Mies Blair, Major Turner. R.F.A., Mr R. R. G. S. Gordon, Mies Howard, lady patroness; Colonel Howard, C.B., Wigifair. St. Asaph Mrs Howard., Miss Btenion, .Mr A. H. Vivian, PLasgwyn, deputy comptroller; Hon. W. W. Vivian, Mr Cyril Vivian. Mr Fred K'. Mills, Sir R. H. Williams Bulkeley, Bart., Lady Mag- dalen Bulkeley, Miss Buikeiey, Mr R. G. Wii- liams Bulkeley, Grenadier" Guards; Lord X»athom, Lady Helen Wi!lbraham_ Lord Vivian, Hon. F. E. Need ham, Crrenadier Guards; Mr G. N- Vivian, Grenadier Guards; the Misses Sandiford, Colonel Hampiton Lewis, Henllys; 31ias Hamilton Lew :j, Miss Dorothy Hampton Lewis, Mr and Mrs Arthur Davies, Treffos; Captain Flower, R.W.F., Mr G. Cotton, Cant. (Ourell, 8th Hussars; Lieut.-Colonel L. O. Wil- liams .T,refeilir), Mr T. L. Williams, Miss Prit- chard-Raynir, and Miss E. Pritchard-Rayner, Trescawen; Mr Biovce, Colonel T. E. J. Lloyd, Plas Tregayan Mrs Lloyd Miss Lloyd, Major W. Glynn Massey, Comelyn Miss Massev, Miss G. Massey, Miss Neave, Llysdulas; Capt. Arundel Neave. 16th Huss-irs; Miss Rice Ro- berts, Major Lawrence Williams, Colonel H. Piatt, C.B., Mr Eric J. W. Piatt, hon. sec., 'Bryn Mel; Mrs Eric Platit, Mrs Kavanagh, Miss M. Bibby. Miss Champion, Major H. .Pryce, Mr .Sweeiting, Mr Trench, Colonel J. Bulkeley Prke. Plas Cadnant Mr and Aire J. R. Davies. Ct-iris; Miss Gladys Davies, -'flS6 Elnid Davies, Trelbortlh; Miss Burton, Miss Violet Cdlne, Captain Hayworth, Mr J. H. Ka.y Olegg, R.N., Mr and Mrs T. W. Trevor, JUj W. R. Scott, Mrs Russell Coleman, Mr and Mrs H. Fletcher, Boras Head, Greaford Mr W- C. Cross, Red' BtH Miss CTOBB; Miss Doris Cross, Miss Ethel Cross, Muss iNannie Cross. Miss M. L. Mills, Mr Frank Mills. Mr Gordon. Catty. Mr Frank Watson, Mr and Mrs Rupent Mason, Cartref; Miss Mason, Miss V. G. Mason, Captain C. E'. Wil- son, Colonel and Mrs Dixon, Mr George R. Cox, Minygarth Mr S. Taylor Chadwick and M-rs Qhadiwick, Tlaulf re Air T. W. Robert^ Major T. Fanning Evans, Plas Llanddyfman; Mr and Mrs Fred W. Turner, Belmont, Ban- gor Miss Emmeline Turner, Miss Dorothy Turner. Mr Walter HonrLdge, Bury; Miss Hotrridige, Miss Venmore, Mr A. Venmore, Mr W. L. W'tLiiama-Mason, R.X., Plaw Bodafon, Uafniarchy medd.

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