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A Darkey's Violence at Penarth.

Original Poetry.



CHORUS. Oh pretty Penarth iu little Welsh Wales, Where the donkeys all kick And the dogs wag their tails, Where the ladies so charming stroll on the Pier, And m gossip the latest from town you can bear, here there's boating and money and channel trip cruising, And bashing, and mashing, and lits of sly I boozing, ,I And teasing, and squeezing, and everything pleasing, In pretty Penarth in Little Welsh Wales. If you want a trip down channel, there's the favourite Lorna Doone. Or the new Lady Margaret which you choose; For Bristol, charming Chepstow, Burnham, or Ilfra- combe. Splendid pleasure sailings nobody should lose, r^urner'8 gallery, Smmin yotrfvarft an aHistic wmm, This will not coat you mucb, in fact it-ie free; And the Baths provide a jolly swim. On lovely summer evenings, when the air is fresh and calm, I The sound of rippling wavelets you can hear, I As yon languidly recline on your favourite masher's j arm. You enjoy a promenade along the pier. You can listen to thb concerts from seven to nine- fifteen, Chosen from the operas to the latest wheeze, And where the happy smiles of patrons can be seen ( Who drop a sixpence in the box if pleased. July, 21st. 1895. B. B,

x Dr. Hugh Findlay, Penarth.

Da Penarth, Gogan. and Llandough…

Lord Windsor and the Mayoralty.