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Penarth Windsor Gardens. A RARE MUSICAL ATTRACTION. It has been left to private enterprise, in which however, the Estate has made important concessions, to give a fillip to the town's attracl ions by the series of nightly concerts now taking place in these charmingly situated grounds. To get Penarth to take an interest in herself is almost a Gargantuan undertaking, and it is therefore bat a verification of this fact that these concerts have hitherto been but sparsely attended. There is nevertheless a rare musical treat nightly provided, and one has only to t!1 y go once, to wish to go again. The artistes are of undeniable distinction in the musical world, he proof whereof it is easy aud withal pleasant to verify by going to hear them. On Bank Holiday, the weather unfortunately precluded a large attendance, but on Wednesday the numbers were more gratifying. The Orchestra gave magnificent renditions from such masters us Auber Rossini, Jklle, 'Mendelssohn, Gautier and Malemberg, which were interspersed by solo singiug by Miss Kate Hullett, G.S.M., whose classic and soulful rendering of "Kathleen Marvour neen (amongst others), evoked pleasing applause. This soprano, although unused to al frescu öirtg-illg, is heard quite 150 yards away and has a beautifully timbred, resonant, rich and mellow voice. The instrumental executants, par excellence, are Master Wm. H. Holden, and Master Chas. Holden, whose unique performances on the violin and cornet, respectively, are worth going a loucf way to hear. To heighten the attraction, portions of thw gardens are illuminated with fairy lamps, and guaranteed propitious atmospherical conditions, promenaders cannot fail to be charmed by the sense of sound and sight. The former almost goes without saying, and the latter is assured by the marine panorama below of gliding lights and shimmering waters. Such was it on Wednesday At nny rate, and made Pope's paraphrase from the Greek of the scene peculiarly applicable A- when the moon, refolgentlamp of night 0 O'er heavens clear azure spreads hersacred light. When not a breath disturbs the deep serene And not a cloud o'ercasts the solemn scene." If, then, any sentimental lad or lassie wish to test the veracity of this picture, let them hie themselves thither; and if the staid paterfamilias and his spouse desire to conjure up the courting days of yore let them also thither go-but, remember, Luna must be shining. Failing this fickle luminary one will then be repaid by the stars in the bandstand. Knowing the exclusiveness, the eliqneism aud the setism of Penarth, the promoters of these Concerts have wisely determined not to impinge upon these idiosyncrasies and so havo char gad threepence for admission.
Penarth Police Gourt. Magistrates,—Mr J- S. Batchelor in the chair, and Mr Llewellen vVood. Application was made by Mr J. A. Da vies, for an hour's extension on the occasion of the complimentary banquet to Major Quin, M P, at Barry Dock on the 17th inst. Granted, oamuel John Lewis, a yoong gentleman o colokir," appplied for a summons against Thomas Barnes. lodging-housekeeper, H Iny Dock, for alleged unlawful detention of a bag of clothing, and a suit of clothes. Granted. P.C- 79 charged Msry Thomas, Cadoxton with being plenus Bacchi and disorderly on the 1st utt, ai iu o'clock p.m. Mr Batchelor remarking that the prisoner had been sixteen times convicted for similar offences: that cau- tious and fines had availed nothing, now sentenced Sarah to one month's incarceration with hard labour. P.C. 414 also charged Mary Stacey, Evan Street, Cadoxton, with being drunk, boisterous, and cusing an obstruction by speaking to salons at Bany Dock on the 8th tilt- The prisoner denied speaking boisterously. P.C I caufioiM d her twice the .samenight. By Mr Manis: She went away both times when I told her. Mr Batchelor looked up Mary's record, and found this was the 17th charge against her, but taking into consideration the fact that sh,- had away when the constable told her, they would dismiss the case with a caution. "Thank you, sit. iiaid Mary, who could, scarcely believe that she had got off scot-free.
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