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IHUNTING APPOINTMENTS. I

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IAMATEUR GARDENERS' COLUJFN.

FOR THE TWELFTH TIME,

LLANBISTER.

KERRY.

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Wrexham Horse Sales. Messrs Frank Lloyd and Sons are selling in the North Wales Repository, Wrexham, on Wednes- day and Thursday next, November 16th and 17th, 600 horses of all classes. The first day's sale includes 250 high-class hunters, many noted per- formers, match pairs, single harness horses, cobs and ponies. Thursday's sale comprises 350 powerful town mares and geldings, active lurry and vanners from the Welsh hills, and young geldings and fillies; included in this day's sale is the annual draft of 14 mares and geldings from Messrs George Adams & Sons, Faringdon, Berks., being for unreserved sale. Mr. David Davies' Hunt Committee. The following additional representatives have been appointed by Mr David Davies' Hunt Com- mittee, and applications for compensation in their respective districts should be made to them: —Penstrowed: Mr Johc Francis, Tymawr, Caer- sws. Aberhafesp: Mr Andrew, Garreglwyd, Aberhafesp. Mochdre Upper: Mr Thos. Lewis, Kinooed, Mochdre. Llandinam Lower Mr Mal- colm Kinsey. Maesmawr, Caersws. Trefeglwys Lower: Mr Williams, Bwlchyllyn, Oakley Park. Llanwnog (Weeg) Mr David Evans, jun., Ffrydd, Caersws New Mills Mr David Howells, wheelwright, New Mills. Carno Upper: Mr Jones, Pwll-llydan, Carno.

RHONDDA MINERS' RIOTS.

NEW MILLS.

LLANGYNOG.

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