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(See also page 3.) CUB HUNTING. While cub hunting with the North Cheshire hounds on Saturday, George Beams, the first whip met with an unfortunate accident. The hounds were in full cry at Norley, near Northwich, and in taking a fence the horse on which Beams was riding reeled and pinned him to the ground. When released it was found that his leg was fractured. SIR W. WYNN'S HOUNDS. The sport on Monday was a considerable improvement on the two previous days. The meeting-place was Iscoed Park, near Whit- church, the seat of Captain Godsal, and a large field included the Master, Captain and Mrs. Godsal, Colonel Rivers Bulkeley, Lord Strad- broke, Captain R. W. Ethelston, Mr. F. E. Cotton, Erbistock Hall; Messrs. Behrens, Bettisfield Park; Mr. R. L., the Misses Ellen and Nora, and Messrs. G. and D. Greenshields, The Beeches, Malpas; Mrs., Miss, and Mr. R. Rasbotham, Ebnal Grange; Mr. Hugh and Miss Kathleen Sandbach, Cherry Hill; Mr. De Havailland, Eton; Miss Howard, Mr. T. Johnson, Master of the Malpas Beagles Mr. Parry, Malpas; Mr. R. Weaver, Carden; Mr. J. R. Crosse, Mr. Jordison, jun., Malpas, &c. There were three cubs in the Wolvesacre Woods, which hounds bustled right merrily, and in the end killed one. Directly after a fine-looking badger was laid low, not by hounds, but by a blow with a stick. Matthew's Wood, on the Painter's- green side, was good for one, who, after a brief scurry, was pulled down in the Sniddell bogs. Immediately another was away out of the Sniddells,' and ran out for Iscoed Green, where he was headed, and made back to the bogs, and being in a somewhat limited space of ground, it was thought that he would soon be accounted for, but owing to the thick brush' some little time elapsed ere hounds had him. A dirty-looking customer he was, but hounds are not always over particular.' Then to the Iscoed big wood, and there was found directly a cub that, having run to the far end, came into the open, but was soon back in cover, and following half-an-hour's woodland hunting he was lost. Agden was the next order. The Leech Croft responded not, but there was one in Mr. Lowe's turnips, only to be lost, however, the scent having deteriorated a good deal. A capital morning ended in the Bubney Woods.

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