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BIRTH*, MARRIAGES & DEATHS BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND IN MfcMORlAM NOTICES The Charge for Advertisements under this heading is One Penny per word, with a minimum of 1/6. -+- MARRIAGE. KEYâJENKINS.âOn the 1st Janu- ary, at Tabernacle Congregational Church, by the Rev. T. M. Jeffreys, George Key, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Key. Curre Street, to May, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Jenkins. Bute Street. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. KENT.âMr. and Mrs. Ben Kent. 3 Gamblyn Place, Aberaman, beg to thank all friends for kind messages of sympathy received, also for floral tributes sent. DAVIES.âMrs. Davies and family. 4 Gadlys Road beg to thank U friends for their kindness in their recent sad bereavement. ER COF. HARRIES.âEr cof serchus am fy anwyl fab, Benjamin Harries, a tu farw Ionawr 9, 1918. Cofir byth gan dad. chwaer a brawd yn nghyfraith. Diflanodd blwydd er y dydd blin Pan alwyd ymaith anwyl un. IN MEMORIAM. HARRIES.âIn loving memory of Benjamin Harries, Porth, who de- parted this life January 9th, 1918. To-day recalls sad memories.âFrom sister-in-law and niece and brother John in Italy. HARRIES.âIn loving memory of Benjamin Harries, Porth, who Sassed away January 9th, 1918. one but not forgotten.âFrom bro- ther Tommy and bister-in-law. HARRIES.âIn remembrance of my deaa* brother, Benjamin Harriet, who passed away January Jth, 1918. In the midst of life we are in death.âFrom brother David and family. MA NLEY.-IU loving memory of my dear wife. Sarah Manley, who died January 7, 1918.âTo memory ever dear.âj. Manley. L'EES.âIn loving memory 01 Wii- liam Rees, 7 Elizabeth Street, late smith at Bwllfa. Died January 11, 1917. There is a link death cannot sever, Love and remembrance last for over âFrom wife and children. MANLEY.-To tht- dear memory of my darling motrer, January 7, 1917.-Lily. Earth is less fragrant now, and heaven more sweet. STONE.âIn loving memory of Wil- lian. Stone who died at Cwmaman, January 8, 1917. No morning dawns, no night re- turns But what we think of him. âInserted by his loving wifo and daughter. BOWEN.âIn loving memory of our dear Rufus, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Bowen, 26 Sunny Bank, who passed away January Gth, 1918. We have lost, heaven has gained One of the dearest the world con- tained.

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