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SKiDUEND POLICE COURT.

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FCX HUNTING.I

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FCX HUNTING. THE GLAMORGAN HOUNDS. This pack met on Friday at Culverwell House, Cross-roads, at which there was a large muster, amongst those present being the master (Colonel Homfray), The Mackintosh of Mackintosh and .HS. Mackintosh, The Cot- terell; Mr. Ivor Williams, Dutfryn Erwd; Miss Thackeray, Glan Ely; Mr. and Mrs. Hastings Watson, Eagans; General Wat- son and party, Pontyclnn; Mr. and Miss Wil- iiams, Miskin Manor; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shirley, Mr. Shirley, junr., and Miss Shirley, The Woodlands; Captain Lionel Lindsav, Cardiff; M-r. H. Watson Mr. W. E. 0. Wilr liams, Mr Duncan, Llandafi Captain Fisher, Miss Fisher, Mr. Oa.kden Fisher, and Mr. Herbert Fisher, Rady r Mr. Charles Williams and son, The Heath; Mr. Robert Williams. Mr. Œa.due Williams. Roath Court; Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Thomas. Mwyndy; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce, Tal Mawr; Mr. and Mrs. Brain; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams, Bonvilstone; Mr. and Mrs. Brain, Cburtyrala Miss Mor- gan, Hendrescythan Mr. Edgar David, Mr. David, junr., Fairwater • M'r. Williams, St. Donats Castile; Mr. Jones (Caradoc), Ponty- pridd; Mrs. W. J. Tatem, Red House; M. Gunn, St. Melons; .1í[T. Lucovieh, Tyn-y- parc; Mr. W. Blake, Ccgan Hall; Captain Evans, Mr. T. D. John, Mr. Eddie Thomas. Mr. Stewart, M.R.C.V.S., Mr. J. Richard Thomas, Cardiff: Mr. Winslow, Ely. The master drew over to the big wood above Llanmaes Farm. Here foxes were plentiful, bretaking away a brace at a time, but scent was bad with a cutting easterly wind, so that Cox had difficulties to contend with. How- ever a brace was viewed1 going away down in the bottom over Mr. Howell's sale ground, followed by a couple of hounds which quickly got on the line of one of them, and was chopped by the pack turning up just at the right time. They next drew the surround- ing coverts on to St. George's, and reaching Coedrirfan they started another, which gave the field some fine sport on to the Cotterell. then crossing the Cowhridpe-road down to The Duffrvn, where he was rolled over. Mr. T. D. John. who is always well mounted, was presented with the brush. THE LLANGEINOR HOUNDS. The Llangeinor or Osrmore pack met at Bryncethin on the morning of Boxing Day. It has been the custom for many years to make the Boxing Day meet an open-whoso- ever-will-may-come, with the result that there is always a veo-v large field. The heavy and aged carthorse was there, and by his side the small, unshed, and unsaddled mountal111 pony. The colliery horse the thorough- bred hunter were represented, but the Coitv donkeys did not on this occasion make their appearance. All started well to the sound: of the horn, and it was a sight to be remembered but iu less than an hour a large number were unable to hold their own, and returned home early. Foxes were plentiful, and a splendid day's sport was enjoyed.

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