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SWANSEA BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

"THE MESSENGER BOY."

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"THE MESSENGER BOY." AT THE GRAND NEXT WEEK. ;jjr G^rge Edwardes' company is due at the Grand -Theatre, Swansea, next week, in the second edition of the successful musical play, The Messenger Boy," with full chorus and augmented orchestra. The Messenger Boy" ia the production of the collaboration of Messrs James T. Tanner and Alfred Murray, the lyrics being by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenback, Stnd the music by Ivan Caryll and IJonel Monckton. ThIs wil] be its first visit to Swansea, and no doubt local playgoers will take advantage of the opportunity afforded them of making the acquaintance of so merry and tuneful a play. The story is a most in- teresting one; the songs patriotic, satirieal, humorous—are all practically new; while the dresses are gorgeous, and in the groupings present a series of beautiful pictures. Instead of the usual Saturday night performance, a matinee will be given at 2.30 on Thursday, May 1st, and the company will leave for Cork on Saturday afternoon.

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