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CWMDU. Camp Concert.—A splendid entertainment was given at the local Prisoners of War Camp, on the 18th inst., but owing to the very wet weather, the audience was considerably smaller than usual. The chief attraction on this occasion was the visit of Professor Walter Miles, F.R.S.L., who took up the eaj^er portion of the programme, and his dfflmatic, sentimental and humorous recitals, with zither accompaniments, were heartily applauded. The remaining items were supplied by Miss Bates, Halfway, piano solo, which was well received Atr Austin Cox, Bwlch, and Sergt.-Major Chainey. whose songs were finely rendered, and Pte. R. Slomson and Pte. C. D. J. Beales, whose humorous songs were given in their usual good style. The chair was taken by the Commandant (Captain Lorraine), who also made a speech to words the close stating that the proceeds of the collection were to be devoted towards forming a pierrot troupe, which it was hoped would soon be giving concerts in aid of war charities in the neigbouring districts. Correction.—The amount forwarded to the mother of the child for whose benefit the last Y.M.C.A. whist drive at the local camp was given, was four guineas and not three as 11 11 reported last week. The Commandant has received a very grateful letter of thanks from the recipieut.

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