We are pleased to hear this very pretty polka is having a good sale.
It is played by the band in the pavilion for dancing, and it is a great favourite; it is also played by the band on the pier, and copies may be had of either of the bandmasters.
The title-page bears a very good view of the pier, beautifully illustrated in colours.
This alone is worth the money charged for the polka, which may be had for the modest sum of eighteen pence.
No doubt the great demand there is for it, is accounted for by the fact that a great many visitors and excursionists take a copy as a souvenir of their visit to Skegness.
Source: Skegness Herald 8th September 1882