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ASIATIC SEDAN.

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Swansea Police Court.

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Rhyl National Entries. i

King and Llanwrtyd Industries.

IKrug'er's Last Words.

Over-crowding- at the Cray.

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Jowett in the Field.

British Expedition in Tibet,

-------BARMAID SUES HER UNCLE.

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ISIDES WITH CHAMBERLAIN. !…

MONDAY'S EISTEDDFOD.

"Sunday" at the Grand.

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"Sunday" at the Grand. At the Swansea Grand Theatre next week will be produced the play "Sunday." The title of the piece is the name given to a frank, true-hearted girl, because she bas born on a Sunday. Left to their guardian- ship when a baby by a dying chum, Sunday has been brought up by four sturdy iien in the wilds of Western America; her Inight- ness and affection ha.ving lightened their toils and anxieties. When the play opens Sunday has become an adult, and honest Towser, Davy, Lively, and Jacky lament the fact that she has had no other instruc- tors than themselves. They wish to send her to a convent school, but cannot benr the thought of the temporary absence from them this will envolve. The matter is settled in altogether an unexpected way. Sunday has listened to the specious addresses of a ycung Englishman, Arthur Brinthorpe, a heartless scoundrel, who proposes elopement. The girl looks forward with delight to becoming his wife; but this is not wha^ he means, He does not hesitate to tell her so, where- upon Sunday shrinks from him. While brutally attempting to kiss her, Arthur is shot dead by Jacky, who enters at the mo- ment. In the next act Sunday is in England with her kindly aunt, Mrs. Naresby. She meets Colonel Henry Brinthorpe, who is altogether opposite in character to his deceased brt ther Arthur. The two arc drawn together, when the mystery of Arthur's disappearance (which Sunday and Jacky had resolved to keep secret), begins to be enquired into by the family. Suspicion that she knows some- of Arthur, gradually closes round Sunday, particularly when she declares that she must immediately return to America, and (annot wed the Colonel, because there is a nan between them. Sunday goes back to her old life with her faithful guardians, but the Colonel fellows her. Then Sunday nerves herself to relate the tragedy that has so long weighed upon her mind. Jacky also confesses, and ex- claims in justification "The fellow simply couldn't live." 'Sunday, however, still holding off from the Colonel, would bid him farewell for a sad final parting, but he, re- cognising that the death of his worthless brother was not given by Sunday's hard, nor even by her will or intention, lakes her to his heart; and with this simple, fender, touch, the play ends.

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