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'Trimsaran. I

The Holidays.


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IKidwelly Town Council.I

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CHURCH PARADE. The combined forces of the local Territo- rials ynd Royal Engineers held a Church parade on Sunday last. The Royal Engineers were commanded by Second-lieutenant H. E. Trubshaw who was assisted by Second-lieut. H. S. Burn, Sergt.-Major Brown, R.E., and Sergt.-Instructor W. P Adams R.E., whilst the members of the 4th Welsh were under the command of Capt. Bramwell Jones, Lieut Hume Roderick, Lieut. Tregoning, Lieut. H. John, and Colour-sergeant-Instructor r. Shan- non. The R.A.M.C. were represented by Surgeon-Lieut.-Colonel E. Evans, and Lieut. Dick. After the service, which was held at All Saints' Church, the men marched to the headquarters at the Market, where a presen- tation meeting took place. Capt. W. Bramwell Jones said it was a pleasant duty to him to ask Mr E. Trubshaw, deputy-lieutenant of the county, to present Lieut.-Col. E. Evans, M.B., of the 4th Bat- talion, with the Territorial Long Service Medal, in recognition of his 20 years' faith- ful service in thBi late Volunteer and Territo- rial Forces, and also to present the long ser- vice and good conduct medal to Sergt.-Major A Brown, R.E., in acknowledgement of his faithful service during the past 18 years in the corps of the Royal Engineers, and for his exemplary character. At the same time, he would like to offer his congratulation to Sur- geon-Lieut.-Colonel E. Evans on receiving the medal, and also -on his promotion to that rank, and also to Sergt.-Major Brown. Mr. Trubshaw, in making the presenta- tions, spoke in felicitous terms of the good services of both, officers, and congratulated them on receiving such mementoes of honour.

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