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COL WALL NEWS. I PRESENTATION. I On Saturday last a farewell smoking concert was held at the Chase Inn, when a presentation was made to Mr J Pritchard, who for 13 years has been employed by Mr Fred Ballard as blacksmith, on his leaving the village. Mr E Whatmore presided, and a capital programme of harmony was contributed, as follows :—Song, My Bonny Yorkshire Lass," Mr J Pritchard march, Marching Home," Colwall Brass Band song, Mr G Williams; song, "The Village Blacksmith," Mr C Tudge song, "Comrades," Mr F W Hayes; valse, "Dreaming," Colwall Brass Band; song, "Tom Bowling," Mr F Rowberry song, Money," Mr G Hill; march, Red, White and Blue," Colwall Brass Band song, "Genevive," Mr T Bridges. During the evening a presentation was made to Mr Pritchard, by Mr J Woodyatt, on behalf of the members of the Colwall Brass Band, of which Mr Pritchard has been a member, of a briar pipe in case and pouch with tobacco. Mr Pritchard briefly returned thanks, and the pro- ceedings closed by the Band playing Auld LangSyne.

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