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Pembrokeshire C.M. Presbytery.

The Pembrokeshire Hounds.


The Pembrokeshire Hounds. These hounds met at Element Bridge ou Feb. 7. The first cover drawn was Brechwa, which did not yield a fox. A move. was made to Casgwyn which also proved blank. Toe hounds were then taken to Cilau Fawr, where a brace of foxes were soon afoot, and hounds divided, but the Master soon had them on the line of one which took them to Cilau Facb, thence turning to the left at Efuilwen, and thecca to Gilfacl, Quarries, where the hunted fox made a double back '« Citaii Fawr by Efailwen over the road in the direction of Dolwilym. Here he turned for Login, aud finally went to ground at Shopskinkin. He was subsequently oolted by the terriers, and after a short run rolled over in the open after affording a grand ruu of an hour and forty minutes. The following were amongst the field:—The Master (Lord Kensington), Major O. H. S. Williams (Cleddau), Mr. G. -4tokes (Tenby), Mr. I. Anthony (Tenby), Mr. H. Fisher (Denant), Mr. E. Allen (Clarboston Road), Mr. J, Harries, Mr. LI. Gibbon, Mr. T. Gibbon, Mr. D. Griffiths, Col. Mansell (liidgeway), Mr. Morris, Mr. W. Rees, Mr. H. Gwyther, Mr. Moore and Mr. W. G. Eaton Evans (our hard-working Hon. Sec.) We much regret to have to record two accidents, that of Lord Kensing- ton, whose horse stumbled after jumping a gnto his rider broke his collar bones. Also to Major O. Williams who received a nasty blow on tho jaw after a fall over wire.

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