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l CWMDU. I Camp Concert and Presentation.—With the object of giving the Commandant (Captain Lorraine), who has been transferred to another and more important camp, a good send off. a farewell concert was held at the Y.M.C.A. hut at the local camp on Monday evening last, when theme was a good attendance of the Guard and friends. The new Commandant, Lieutenant McDonald, a young Irish officer who has been doing yeoman. service in France and has been gassed and severely wounded twice, carried out the duties of chairman in good style. A capital programme had been arranged by Mrs. Clarke and Corpl. Whittaker and a pleasant evening was spent. Mrs Jones, Llangynidr, sang duetts with Mrs. Roberts and contributed some solos and recitations, which were much appreciated. Corph Jones was also acc6rded much applause for his descriptive recitations and popular songs and solos were rendered by Mrs. Roberts, the new Commandant. Mr Clarke, and Messrs. Windsor Perkins and Gomer Morgan. Miss L. Bates, Halfw.ay, gave two pianoforte solos and supplied most of the accompaniments. At a convenient interval the Rev. W. A. Davies, Chaplain, made a presen- tation of a Treasury note and pocket case to Captain Lorraine as a momento from a few friends in the neighbourhood who have enjoyed the priviledge of attending the camp concerts. The Chaplain said that the Commandant had made himself very popular and all were sorry to lose him. He had made many friends and the little momento he was going to hand to him would perhaps remind him of the days he had spent in their neighbourhood. On behalf of the contributors he wished him good luck. Captain Lorraine, who was much affected, said that he could truthfully say he was to leave Bwlch camp where he had spent nine months. He had tried to do his duty and had been successful in carrying out something that had been appreciated in higher quarters, and because that had been done he was to be removed to more important work but he would have been quite contented to stay with them at their camp among his comrades and his friends. (Applause). He thanked all for their kindness and could assure them the present was quite a surprise to him he much appreciated it because it was just what he (Wanted and he would cherish it as a happy momento of the days he spent at Bwlch Camp. He wished all every good luck. The audience then rose and sang lustily." For he's a jolly J good fellow" and gave the Captain three cheers.

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