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THE PROPOSED BUTTER FACTORIES…

LIVERPOOL'S DRUNKEN RECORD.

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MIRACULOUS ESCAPE AT BORTH.

THE MAESGWYNNE FOXHOUNDS.

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THE MAESGWYNNE FOXHOUNDS. On Saturday afternoon a meeting of gentlemen interested in foxhunting was held at the Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, Carmarthen, to consider the desira- bility of taking steps towards retaining the celebrated Maesgwynne pack of foxhounds (now advertised for sale) in the Carmarthen country. Mr Grismond Philipps, Owmgwilly, presided, and there were present Messrs T. Morris, Coomb; T. Parkinson, Castle Pigin; H. G. Lawrence, Waungron; A. W. O. Stokes, Ystradwrallt; J. Beynon, Trewern; Protheroe, junr., Dolwilim J. Howell Thomas, Starling Park; J. Francis, Carmarthen; Philipps, junr., Cwmgwilly; D. Howell Thomas, Derllys A. R. Carver, Maesgwyn; H. Cadle, Carmarthen; and D. E. Williams, Carmarthen. After a brief discussion, it was decided to approach Mr W. J. Buckley, of Penyfai, on the subject, and the meeting was adjourned for a fortnight.

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