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That it is said a marriage of considerable local interst will take place about Xmastide. That the wedding, will be a very quiet, one. That St. George's Church will witness the ceremony, the hour an early one. That the Concert Extension Season has been a. pronounced success is the un- animous opinion That the programmes have been both at- tractive and varied. That the attendances have. proved the appreciation of the public. That the general support accorded the Musical Festival should encourage the Committee to continue the Festival in future years. That another "crowded house" greeted the Moelwyn Male Voice Choir on Thurs- day night. That their rendering of the various items so delighted the vast audience that ad- ditional songis were continuously de- manded. That we are pleased to learn that notwith- stai-idii-io,, the heavy expenses the Com- mittee have necessarily incurred in providing such excellent programmes the 'Extension Concerts have again been a financial success. That the Skating Rink will re-open 011 Wednesday afternoon next at 2 o'clock for the winter session. That admission for this clay only will be free. That the list of contractors is daily in- creasing and promises to grow to quite respectable dimensions. That the number of inquiries from out- lying districts augurs well for the win- ter skating season. That the Colwyn Bay Amateur Operatic Society will present Gilbert and Sulli- van's opera, "The Mikado," on Thurs- day evening next, at the Grand Theatre That Mr Thornley-Dodge has been secur- ed to take the role of Ko-ki, and the opera is being staged and produced under his direction. That Mr H. Lyell-T'aylor is the musical director and conductor. That the previous performances by Miss Lena, Thomas and friends of operas, both at Colwyn Bay and Llandudno, in aid of charity, are too well-known to be recorded in detail. That the profits of Thursday's produc- tion will be devoted to a Llandudno charity. That Llandudno has always warmly sup- ported amateur productions, and a big house should be recorded That in the meantime the members of the Llandudno Amateur Operatic Society are busy rehearsing the "Pirates of Penzance."