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ffitrtbr0',I+Iarria,gt!g;,anb]Btatl)!5 BIRTHS. BRADFORD.—On the 15th February, 1897, at Coed-y- Wtin Cottage. Llanbradacn, the wife of George Bradford. of a daughter. DAVID.—On the 15th inat., at Pivinouth-road, Penarth, the wife of Thomas W. bavid, of a daughter. KYD.—On February 13th. at Fascadale, Corporation- road, Newport, Mon., the wife of Geo. Eyd, of a son. MARSHALL.—On the 9th inst., the wife of W. Marshall, A*icti<>neer, Tredegar, of a son. SlLOOCJxS.—On Hlinday, 14th inst., at 14, Major-road, Canton, Cardilf, the wife or Henry Silcocks, of a sou. MARRIAGES. DAVIES—DAVTD.— Febraaiy 11, at Ftenoscr Chapel, Treherbert, brfore the Rrgistrar and the Ren. H. Harris and M. Jones, Dan Davies, eldest eon of Edward Davies, builder, Treherbert. to Mary Elizabeth David, eldest daughter of John David, B!a?nrltnn!l<a. FORD—HERBERT.—February 15th, at Trevethin Church, Pontypool, by the Rev. C. E. T. Griffith, M.A., Vicar, aauistod by the Itev. A. W. A. Williams, Reotor of Panteg, Percy Bowers Ford, sou of Edward B. Ford, Pontypool. to Beatrice Amelia, second daughter of John Herbert, Avondale House, Pontypool. HC. WARD—.TAMES.—On February 13. at St. John's Church. Cardiff, by the Rev. Canon Thompson, D.D., Frederick Thomas Howaftl, M.A., of Balliol College, Oxford, one of H.M. laxpetora of Schools, second son of Charles Howard, of Sudburj-, Derby, to Mary Pruen, t.he eldent dauerhtcr of Ivor Jadhes, Registrar of the University of Wales. LLOYD—JENKINS.—-February 11th, at Christ Church, Cyfaithla, Mertiiyr Tyrifll. by the Ik, Howell Kirkhoufe, M.A.. vicar, Richard Llovd. son of Mr. Hr,"b<>rc Lloyd, C'farthfa Brewery, iferthyr Tcdfil, ftnd Maiy, dauphWr of the late Mr. John Jenkins, brick manufacturer, MerUiyr Tjdfll. DEATHS. BALLARD.—February 17th, at 132. Commercial- road, Newport. the residence of her daughter, K'.ronora Frances, the beloved wife of Thomas Acton Ballard, J.P. CO :-rOX.-on the 14bh February, at 20, Crwvs-road, Cardiff, Elsie May, beloved daughter of Harry and Violet Cotton, aged 12 months. DAVID.—February 15. at 9, Cwmavon-road, A hpr- avon, Eliza'ieth, wife of Mr. John David, J.P. Private funeral Friday, at Twelve. EVANS.—At the Cardiff Infirmary, on 17th Feb- ruary, after a long nnu painful illpegs, Thomas Evans, a<jed 40. school attendance officer. Funeral leaving inllrmarv Saturday next at three "o'clock. G1JAY.—On the 14th inst., at 41, Braudesbury Villas, London, Alice Markliam. widow of the late John Selby Gray, of London and Bournemouth, a<red 54. GRIFFITHS.—On Moalay, the 15th, at the Lion Hotel, Swa&sea. Lionel Christopher, infant son of George aud fiAtie Griffiths, aged six weeks. Deeply regretted. HO WELLS. -pOn 11th ,W.d; David, *XNI 30 years, son of Mr. William Horfrells, Glynfach-ro:«d, late Tyny- oynmier Arm-. Deceased employed 14 years under Coedcae Cbliierv Company. JONES.—On the 17th inst., at Olals, Swansea Vallpv, Annie, widow of the late Benju-nin Jones, of Dol- M«nwrtyrt Wells FuneraJ on Saturday at 1.2:0 for Rsthama, Clydacli. LA.WTŒN'CE,-on the 8th ilwt Adelaide Luev T,;<wrence, ag^d 88, the beloved wife Qf I/iwrenoe, of Caerleon House, Caerleon. LEWIS—On the 12th instant, at the Wheatsheaf Llantrisant, Mr. Roderick Lewi*, apod 74. PADDON.—On Saturday, 15th inst.. Elizabeth Ellen, beloved wife of .Jolm Paddon, 40. Kincrais-street, Roath. Ordiff, after a lonp and painful illness. I'EATICE—At Clarence Villa, Cowbrids?e-oad. Cai-diff, on the 15tb instant, of pneumonia, H. T. Pearce, esrpd 52. ROBERTS.—On February 15th. at t2. Penllyn-road, Canton. Caniiff, John Roberts, after srreat suffer-1 ing, ajjed 68 years, late lierthing man at the Bute Doctec. Firnrral oa Monday, the 22nd, at one j o'clock, for Cardiff Cemetery. Friends please f\r"t thl. tion, ROBERTS.—On Friday, John Rofwrti, Shipwright, 25, Courtney-rood, Cadoxton, atred 54. --on 15th inst. Edward Thomas. E.w).. J P.. Llechwen. Llanvabon, aped 73 years. Pri- vate funeral Friday, one o'clock, for Llanvabon Church. Friends wishing to attend Vindly meet at th.. Churrh. WIIJLIAMS'.—On the 9th inst., at Windy Hall, Fieh- jruiirl, Susaniiali Symmoos, the beloved wife of David Williams, aged 78.

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