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Colwyn Bay Musical Season. ARE THERE TO BE EARLY HIGH- CLASS CONCERTS NEXT YEAR? In reply to a requisition presented to the Directors of the Victoria Pier and Pavilion Co. by Madame Riviere on behalf of an influential number of residents-for high- class concerts to be given in the Pavilion during the season, the Directors point out that during the. past ten years the .,arlv con- ct-i-,t season has always jesulted in a serious financial loss. A ladies' info-mal meeting was held on November 4th, presided over by Madame Riviere. The meetiag was unanimous that it would be most detrimental to the best interests of Colwyn Bay from every point of view for the season proper to start so late a date as July. In order, if possible, to meet the Direc- tors in opening the concerts at Easter, it was strongly recommended that lesidents should take up a generous jumber of sea- son tickets. All the ladies at the meeting promised to take tickets, and also promised to use their influence with others in the in. terest of music for the prosperity of the town, providing the concert season opened on the Thursday before Easter. Mr. Walter Whitehead has kindly pro- I mised to take the chair at a meeting to be I held at the Hotel Metropole on Thursday, December 3t.h, at 8 p.m., and will be sup- ported oy the following gentlemen: -Mr David (ramble, J P., Dr. M. Venables-Wil- liams, J.P., Dr. Butteiworth Wilks, Mr. Jas. Amphlett, Mr. Charles Reynolds, J.P., Mr. A. Alford aarson, T,.D.S., -Dr. Huff Hewitt, Dr. W. Ernest Barrett, Mr. Francis Nunn, Mr. Herbert Spencer, Mr. Charles H. Harding, L.D.S. The Directors of the Victoria Pavilion are invited to attend this meeting. It is essential for the progress and repu- t.ation of Colwyn Bay that high-class or. chestral and vocal concerts should be one of the standard attractions, and to com- pare favourably with other seaside resorts- concerts that the town can be proud of-a pleasure to visitors, inducing them to pro- long their visits-that would bring the right class of visitors, whom all would gladly i .welcome as a benefit to the tradespeople, who so largely depend on a successful sea. son. It is hoped that all wishful for the success and popularity of the town will make it convenient to attend this meeting.

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