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GROSMONT. I

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GROSMONT. I MR CLAY'S OTTER HOUNDS.—Mr Hastings Clay's otter hounds visited Grosmont on Friday last, the "meet," by the kind invitation of the Honourable W. H. Lascelles, taking place at Part-y-Seal, al ways a popular fixture and bringing a large field together. The hounds were put into the Monnow below Part-y-Seal for some distance, and then worked up the river in the direction of Grosmont. When they arrived at Lower Tresenny Farm they came upon the trail of a disturbed otter which had been seen by a local fisherman the previous evening. A little further up stream on the Lawns water a brace of otters-one being a cub, were started. The pack rang out delightful music and it was not long before the cub was killed. The other otter kept his pursuers at bay from 11.30 to 5,10, and at length made his escape up stream. Otters are very numerous in the River Monnow in the Grosmont district, and good sport can always be relied upon when the hounds come into the locality. Mr and Mrs John Ferneyhough, The Lawns, hospitably entertained all comers.

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