5th LIGHT HORSE.
"There was nothing better than them," said Brigadier-General L. C. Wilson, speaking last night at the an- nual reunion ol the 5th Light Horse Regiment, which he commanded in the first phase of the war.
Old comrades gathered in numbers at Vaughan's Cafe, and recalled their experiences of 14 or 15 years ago. The speeches were mostly reminiscences of the campaign in which the 5th Light Horse Regiment figured, and the stories were both sad and merry. Mr. D. R. Needham proposed the toast of "The Regiment," to which Colonel D. C. Cameron, M.H.R., and Brigadier-General L. C. Wilson re- sponded. Colonel Cameron and Brigadier-General Wilson were honour- ed by special toasts, in which the proposers were supported bv the State secretary of the R S.S.I.L.A. (Mr. Pike, and others. With the toast of J. H. Holliday), Captain E. R. B. "Fallen Comrades," given by Mr. H.
M. Champman, was coupled the name of a comrade, the late Mr. Don
Macansh, who died last February. Mr. A. Maxwell submitted the toast of "Kindred Associations," which mem- bers of other units acknowledged. Songs were rendered by Mr. M. Gold-