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The Liandudno Bazaar of 1863.

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THE AUTUMN CONCERTS.

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THE AUTUMN CONCERTS. MISS LUCY NUTTALL. The eventful and thoroughly successful second Autumn Concert Season at L laia- dudno is drawing to a close, and the final concerts, it is hoped, will turn out to be a fine climax to a most enjoyable three weeks' entertainments in the Pier Pavil- ion. On Friday night Mr Coleman and Miss Dorothy Silk will sing, and our read- ers are advised not to miss this concert if they can avoid it. Miss Stilk. a very pro- mising young singer from the Midlands, deserves the best hearing that can be accorded her. The Saturday night concert will be of special interest owing to the visit of Miss Lucy Nuttall, the rising artiste whose singing was so highly appreciated at the closing concerts last year, and who, since then, has been studying in France. At this concert, also, Mr James Coleman wilii appear, and the season will conclude with a sacred concert on Sunday night, at which the vocalists will be Miss Lucv Nuttall and Mr James Coleman. v With regard to next season, the Pier directors have already arranged with Mr Arthur Payne to conduct their concerts until October 8th, and have intimated that the Autumn Concerts Committee may take over the concerts for the re- mainder of the month on the. payment of the same sum for out of pocket expenses as is being paid this year. The directors a.ke no charge whatever beyond the actual cost of lighting, heating, attendance, etc.

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