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IHUNTING APPOINTMENTS. I

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IAMATEUR GARDENERS' COLUJFN.

FOR THE TWELFTH TIME,

LLANBISTER.

KERRY.

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KERRY. Just received a fine lot of Ladies' useful Box Calf Boots, with stout soles, for Winter wear; price, 7/9; get a pair, and be comfortable.-R. RICKARDS, 30, Bridge-street, Newtown. FOXHOUNDS.—The United Pack met at Bryn- llywarch Hall on Saturday week, when there was a large field. Mr G. D. Harrison generously sup- plied refreshments to the sportsmen. Favoured with ideal weather a move was made for Dolforgan Pineatum, where a fox was early disturbed. The music of the hounds re-echoed through the valley, but Reynard was not to be caught napping, for, doubling on his tracks, he eluded his pursuers. Early in the hunt, what might have proved a serious accident, befel Mr Beamond, of Sam. While riding up Weston fields, Mr Beamond's valuable mare collapsed under him, fixing the rider for some time under her dead body. Upon being released it was found that Mr Beamond was considerably shaken, but otherwise unhurt. He was conveyed home by motor.

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RHONDDA MINERS' RIOTS.

NEW MILLS.

LLANGYNOG.

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