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OARDIFF CHILDREN'S MAYI ,FESTIVAL.

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OARDIFF CHILDREN'S MAY I FESTIVAL. The Cardiff and District Band of Hope Union are giving tho first concert held in the Cardiff Exhibition Hall to-morrow night. This concert is in connection wibh their annual May Festival, and some of the items of the programme are oertainly unique and interesting. The centre piece consists of the cantata entitled The Little Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe," and the scenes consist of "An Unruly Dame's School," A School Board Meeting," and The Election of a New Teacher. Amusing Bongs and humorous dialogues will be given by the Various nursery rhyme characters, such as Tom Thumb, Jack the Giant Killer, Punch, etc. For this piece a monsfcre shoe. 6 feet long, has been procured. Another taking feature is the action song, entitled Sing a Song of Sixpence, in Which the King and Queen will figure in costume, and no less prominent will be the monstre pie from which will issue the four and twenty blackbirds. Musical drill also finds a place on the programme. A particularly pleasing feature of the evening's entertainment is the presentation of flowers and purses which Lady Windsor has kindly consented to receive. Lord Windsor has also intimated his intention of Appearing in his robes of office. No extra charge (or admission will be made by the Exhibition luthorities, as there is a separate entrance pro- vided in Paik-place for the concert-room apart rrom the Exhibition.

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