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WELLINGTON HEATH. C.L.B. CONCERT.—The annual concert in aid of the funds of the Wellington Heath Company 8f the Church Lads' Brigade was held on Tuesday evening, at Hope End Schoolroom, kindly lent for the occasion by Mr J Wilfred Htewitt. The room was crowded with an appreciative audience, amongst whom were Mr J W Hewitt, Rev F S. Stooke-Vaughan, Chaplain of the Company, who presided, Mrs Stooke- Vaughan, Miss Bannantyne, Mrs J Cotton, Mr Phillips, Mr Jas Slimming, Capt. and Adjutant E W Reed, Lieut. M Dawe.Mr E Norman Pritchett, Mr F James (Eastnor), etc., etc. During an interval in the programme the presentation of prizes and medals to, members of the Company for the past year was made by Mrs Stooke-Vaughan. The Vicar addressed a. few words of advice to the lads, and thanked Lieut. M Dawe for his able services during the past year, which was received by the lads with three hearty cheers.—The recipients of priaea were as follow :Five years' long service medal, Lance-Sergt. Clarke, Lance-Sergt. Bagley senior shooting squad—1, silver medal, Sergt. Lucas.; 2, book, Corpl. W Moore; 3* writing case, Sergt. Pedlingham shooting, junior squad—1, brush and comb in case, Pvte. R Drew; 2. purse, Pvte. W Pedlingham; 3, mout,h organ, PVle. J Bagley attendance at bible fountain pen, Serge. Pedlingham 2, fountain pen, Sergt. Lucas 3, writing case, Pvte. A Mitchell Gymnasium—1, inkstand, Sergt. Pedlingham 2, set of brushes, Lance Crpl. W Clarke 3* pocket book, Pvte. Lissiman drill-1, writing case, Sergt. Lucas 2. pocket wallet, Pvte Lissiman 3, cigarette photo album, Pvte W Pedlingham drilling Company—brush and comb in case, Lnce-Crpl. H Pedlingham general discipline, purse, Pvte R Grainger.— The programme was as follows :—Part 1- Pianoforte duet, Miss Bannantyne and Miss Stooke-Vaughan recitation, How we saved the barge," Mr E N Pritchett; violin solo, Clematis," Sergt. P Lucas; song, "My Bassoon," Miss Hilda James club display, Sergts. Pedlingham, Bagley, and Clarke, and. Crple Moore; song, "Death of Nelson," Mr Phillipg boxing bout, Lnce-Crpl H Pedling- ham and Pvte W Pedlingham stump speech, Pvte Mitten gipsy song (in character), Miss Hough siffleur solo, Mr C Baggett song, 44 Come, sing to me," Mr T G Drew boxing bout, D Smith and P Adams recitation, A Visit to Switzerland," Mr E N Pritchett. Part II—Duet, Soldiers of Fortune," MrTG Drew and Capt. E W Reed monologue, "The 11 69 express," Mi»s Hilda James instrumental trio, Messrs 0 W Jessett. R Summers and C Baggett son. Lady Mine," Capt. E W Reed dumb- bell exercises, junior lads, Lnce-Crpls H Pedling- ham and W Clarke, Pvtes R Drew and W Pedlingham song, The song that reached my heart," Mr Jas Slimming carbine exercises, lads of the Company comic song, Ignorance," Mr T Lucas; cross-bar exercises, Sergts. Pedlingham, Lucas, Corpl Moore, and Pvte T I Bagley instrumental trio, Messrs C W Jessett, R Summers, and C Baggett song, One of the Deathless Army," Corpi W Moore God Save the King." Miss Hough was the accom- panist throughout. It is hoped a good sum will be handed over to the funds.

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