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Carmarthenshire Hunt Club. On Saturday afternoon last a, meeting of [he Carmarthenshire Hunt Club was held at the Boar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen. Mr T. Parkinson, Castle Pigyn, was in the chair, md there was a good attendance, as business of importance and interest was to be brought before the meeting. It is satisfactory to know that arrangements were arrived at whereby the Hunt will con- tinue next season as during the current and last. Mr R. H. Har ries will again act a.s master. This is very gratifying news, as during the period of his mastership he has made himself most popular with all, and he has. also got on well with the farmers. Mr Harries has been most keen and enthusiastic, and has always shown good sport. It has not been his fauli- if anyone did not get, his quan- tum of hunting, for he was ever willing to draw. For .ac past two seasons all matters lwvve run their course smoothly, and un- doubtedly to everyone's satisfaction. It was decided to hold the Point-to-Point Races this year as usual, the date, fixed on being Wednesday, Gth April. These races have now become practically an annual event, and are very popular. There wil be an open race similar to last year, with the excelption that the catch weight is to be reduced to 12st. 3lbs. This race is open to members of all Hunts in the counties of Garmarhen. Cardi- gan. and Pembroke. A localra,ei, open to the members of the Carmarthen Hunt Club. ii-i-ii also be run, similar to last ,\1.11', but tlvo weight is to be reduced to 12st., and the prize money slightly changed. A farmers' race, open to fanners over whose land the hounds hunt (but not open to members of the Hunt or their sons), will also be, run. Officials will be duly appointed, and circulars will shortly be issued. Captain S^ence is about to establish a pack of hounds at Pantglas, near Golden Grove, and arrangements are being made that that part of the country now hunted b.. the Club will be let to him. De-finite arrangements were' left to be drawn urv by a committee. Carmarthenshire will thus have two packs once more, and it i-s to be hoped that they will loner remain to show snort; and one may 1 rest assured that all possible support will be given them given them by everyone in the district. Several new members were elected1, and at the close of the meeting the Master thanked the members for the kindness and courtesy wiMch they had always shown him in the field.

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