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CROWDS AT THE SEASIDE.

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CROWDS AT THE SEASIDE. The brilliant sunshine of the late morning ad of the afternoon belied earlier indications "r a wet Bank Holiday. The dark clouds that low and ominously during the early s:5 oiorning were gradually dissipat ed, and tlie sun «*an and continued to shine with warmth and fieerfulness upon the holiday makers, whose ces reflected the brightness of the day. -the railway traffic at Cardiff was of average Proportions. 'At the Great Western Station the "Pinion was that this year s traffic would thtainly not he a record. The excursion trains at ran to all parts were, however, fairly well led. The day trip to Ireland and to the Isle Man proved very popular. Locally the ea.viest outward traffic on the Great Western ™as to Caerleon for the races, though there tvfr("' ';1 r^r(' trains for 1'orthcawl, and during v:°. attern°°n there was a large influx of "sitors per the Great Western Railway. At the Taff Station the traffic was of average trv^0rti°ns' there being the usual rush for to Penartli, while many excursions were ]: n through to that place from stations up the e» and ail were well patronised. There was ,so considerible traffic for the Channel ^^ers. At the Rhvmney Station the 2a Was heavier than usual, especially as re- Ah outward trains. Brecon, Gilwern. and lfu ergavenny were popular places of resort, ut there was also considerable traffic to places n arer, while the incoming trains brought large umbers of people into Cardiff. At Riverside °n there were large contingents for the B'ins that ran specially in connection with '^rine excursions to Weston, Ilfracombe, thr&tol: &c., by the Red Funnel boats, while Y G, trains to Barry Island and to places in the i a'e of Glamorgan were largely patronised. A p sy scene was witnessed at the Pierhead, rdil'f, upon the departure of the White VC boats, which carried hea vy loads to Clevedon, Bristol, and Ilfracombe. 8chlt iI°n(Iay at Cardiff is devoted to Sunday lad01 troats> ancl during the day open waggons with young human freight (the girls in Qito dresses) were observable proceeding J^ough the city to fields on the outskirts, nere all kinds of amusements and games 6cH^ Provided for the t housands of Sunday OuSo1 Scholars who took part in this annual jHtdoor festival. Scores of children in the th &ylan an(l Roath Park neighbourhood had novel and thriving experience of a free ajT, r car ride, Dr. Ensor amusing himself fre .dcligl*ing the children by giving them 0 Pides in his motor car.

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