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ON THE BALL.

WILL IT COME OFF.

THE BISLEY HERO.

NEVER INTENDED.

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WIFE BUTCHERED.

DISAPPOINTED.

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MAMMAS SAID NO.

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MAMMAS SAID NO. -+ Welsh Girls Must Not Talk to Pressmen. MIGHT SAY TOO MUCH. [DALZIEL'S SPECIAL CABLEGRAM. I BROOKLYN, SUNDAY. The forty ladies who are members of the Welsh Choir, who took part in the musical festival at the World's Fair, have arrived at St. George's Hotel here. They made their first appearance at breakfast yesterday morning, and created no little excitement at the hotel. The girls, in charming attire and displaying their attractions to the best advantage, seated them- selves at one table. They were the objects of general admiration. After breakfast they retired to the parlour, where they were seen by a Dalziel's representative. Miss May John, in the course of a short interview, said, "Everywhere we have been people have looked at us as if we were some peculiar kind of beings. I don't see anything strange about us do you ? In Wales we never take so much interest in strangers, but you Americans are so hospitable. Nearly every man we meet invites us to a theatre or a concert, or sends us candy and flowers. I could just live here for ever." The Dalziel representative asked if he could see Mrs. Davies, the conductress, but received from Miss Lizzie Davies the reply, If she were here we should be sitting stiff and straight." She will not be here for some time. If you are one of those press reporters you better not see Mrs. Davies. She won't let you talk with us. Our mammas said she must not. If you want to interview us talk with Bessie Evans, she is the finest interviewist in Wales. Miss Bessie Evans, after a little coaxing, was prevailed upon to talk. She said the girls had many enjoyable frolics in Chicago. Five of them, dressed in Welsh costume, went into the street and made the people believe they could not talk English. They entered several shops and addressed the assistants in Welsh, and, of course, no one understood them. They had had great fun. Miss Bessie Evans carried off the first prize as a contralto soloist, and Miss May John and Miss Emily Francis as soprano soloists. Animated conversation was kept up until the arrival of Mrs. Davies, who entered the room with the remark, "I thought you ladies were practising. Get your music, please, and prepare for work."

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