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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. BIRTHS DAVISON.On the gtb January, at The Square, II- minster, the wife of Sydney Davison, of 37, Kin- craig-street, Cardiff, a daughter. 623n McCAlLUM.—January 10th, at 5, King's-avenue Great Mools, Cheshire, to Mr and Mrs Norman McCalJum, a ton. 6945 SHAW.—January 11th, at 4, Woodland-terrace, Car- diff, to Mr and Mrs Mrs l1. S. Shaw (nee Maud Parsons), a son. 565n STUART HALL.-At Kildonan, West-bocrne-road, Penarth, on the 18th instant, to Mr and Mrs C. Stuart Hall-a son. 193 THAIN.—At6, Boverton-street, Cardiff, on the 15th fret., to Mr and Mrs T. E. Thain a son. 955n THOMAS.—On Friday, 14th inst, at 140, Llandaff- road, Cardiff, to Mr and Mrs W. Bassett Thomas a f son. 23n WATSON .January 15th, at Pembroke iVilla, New- market. to Mr and Mrs Gilbert Watson a daughter.c WILLIAMS.—On Thursday, the 13th Jan., at 34, Cbeyne-row, Chelsea, the wife of Basil Williams, of a daughter. r MARRIAGES. i. JMT.LA RD—BALLARD—At Clare-gardens Wesieyan ] Church, Cardiff, 12th January, 1910, by Rev. T. N. Phillipson, Walter E. Ballard, Bart-rood. Penarth, to Irene Belle, only daughter of A. Ballard, 57, Craddock-street, Cardiff. 585n it AirIKLD—DE LABITiIJ"FiRE.—Od tbcQtb tost., i at the Abbey Church, Bath, by the Rev. R. E. Selwyn, Rector of Monkton Farteigh, assisted by the Rev. Prebendary Boyd. Rector of Bath, and the Jtev B. Roberts, Vicar of Northampton, the Rev. i John Kyrle ChatfieM, eldest son of Kyrle M. Chat- Argoed, Monmouthshire, to Adeline Way Delacoar, youngest daughter of the late rl Francis P. de labilliere. Barrister-«t-Law, of HaiTow-on-the-HUl, and of Mrs de Labilliere, of i Batheaston, Bath. ■ SEVAN'S—KEATS.—On the 12th inst., at St. Martin's fc Church. Trafalgar-square, by the Rev. Hamilton Rose, Cyril Henry Shenton Evans, only son of 8fcuiley Evans, of Beaufront, Oakieigh Park, Whet- stone, to Ruby Pauline Victoria, second daughter of George Keats, of Loudwater, Bucks. XRANCIS—ADDAMS WILLIAMS.-on the 17th December, 1909, at St. Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta, by the Rev. R. Stuart, Arthur Edward Francis, im.C.S., L-R.C-P.Lond.. to Eleanor, younger daughter of W. C. Addams Williams,* Penarth, I/langibby, Monmouthshire. the 4th Decem- i; ber, at Holy Trinity Church, Monte Video, by the British chaplain, Lewis Laugharne, third son of Griffith Jones, barrister-at-law, to Lilian Maud Constance, second daughter of W. J. Sioaae. of Monte Video, South America. tJCHTER—BEVA\.—OD January 12th. at. All Saints, Penarth, by the Vicar, the Rev. J. Courte- nay, assisted by Rev. W. Price, A. Hermann Richter (London), to-Grace,only daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Bevan.- Victor la-avenue, Penarth. 566 "WILCOX—&EES.—On January 15th. at Casealand- road Wesleyan Chapel, South Hackney, N.E., by i Rev. —. Watts, William Henry, eldest son of Mr J. j O. Wilcox, Cardiff, to Eunice, second daughter of <0:' Mr Herbert Rees. Stanwell-road, Penarth. n WILLIAMS—LEWIS .-On Tnesday at Nazareth (C.M.) Church, Aberdare, by Rev. R. Williasns, Nazareth, and Rev. Ambrose. Tonypandy, Mies Winifred Lewis, only daughter of Mr R. H. Lewis, Brynheulog, Aberdare, to Mr Fred Williams, third son of Mr Evan Wililams, Gwalia, Aberdare. ILOBERTS LEWIS. On January 18th, at All ;• Saints* Church, Pontardawe, by the Rev. Robert f Williams, M.A., Vicar of Llandilo Fawr, assisted g by the Rev. Jenkin Davies, BjV. Vicar of Bryn- am man, and Rev. Rowland Thomas, BJl., All ) Sainte', Pontsardawe, Rev. R. A. Roberts, B.A., Curate, Llandilo Fawr parish, to Miss Winnie Lewis, only daughter of Mr pavid Lewis, Tany- V railt, Pontardawe. 205 BOBERTS—MACA CLAY .—On January 18th. at, St. Andrew's Churah, Treduimock, by the Rev. C, T. I Salasbury, M.A.. assisted by the Rev. T. Reynolds, M.A., Llanfrechfa. and the Rev. H. P. James, Mynyddialwyn, Dr. Ellis James, youngest son of John Roberts, 3MLD., of Plaseryr, Clwtybont, Car- fiarwonahire. and Jane Tennant (Jennie), second daughter of John Macaulay, Esq., J.P., of Croesorteix, TJangibby. Mon. 7095 C DEATHS. <TM RKT.EY .—.—On January 11th, at 6, Stephenson street, Riverside. Elizabeth, widow of the late Edward Barkley. of Ellesmere, Salop, in her 84th X year. CAM.—On the 13th inst., at The Merch, Dinas Powis, William James Cam, aged 76. IDA VIES.—On January 10th, in London, Jane, jeliet of the late John Davies, 9, Blanche-street, Dowlais. ,'JM.VTES.—January lith, at Penygraig. Rees Davies, late Manager House Coal Colliery, Penygraig. ■sJJVAJNS.—On the 16th inst.. at Westlleld, 12,Mow- tny-road. tipper Norwood, London, Lieut.-Col. V Edward William Evans, late (19th) Alexandra t Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regt., younger son of the late Capt. Edward Evans, late 38th Regt^ of South. Park, King's County, Ireland, aged 73 years. ■; <5B~AY .—January 12th, 1910, mddenty, at 34, King's- load, Cardiff, Abigail Powell, the beloved wife of > JPred Gray. 4S&EEN.—On tbe-9th inst., at Lewis-street, Macben, Aim, the dearly beloved wife of Samuel Green, in ber list year. OLrFFITHS.-OnOteUtb.at 121, Splott-road, Car- diff. William Griffiths NANKIN.—Wiitiam.betoved bnsband of Ethel Ran- kin, passed peacefully away in bis 37th year. HOPE.—On Jan. 16, at 7, Ryder-street, Cardiff, _AIlee Hope, age 73, after a long and painful illnessji JTCGHES.—At Plough Hotel, Whitchurch, on January 13th, Edith, beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo. Hughes. JAMES.—On the 9th inst., at 52, Welts-street, Can- ton, Cardiff. Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Thomas James, coaltriswer. BLAMES .—J an nary 12th, at II, Wyndham-plaee, j Canton, Cardiff, E. R. James, widow of the late Mr Geo. E James, Draper, late of Brierley Hill. Staf- terdshire, in her 83rd year. Deeply regretted. JCENtINS.—On the 13th inst., at 30, Ivor-street, Cardiff, Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late George Jenkins, of Cadoxton, in her 65th year. JDNT5S, —At Rock Villa, Ebbw Vale, on Friday, January J4th, Edith, daughter of Councillor D. Jooes, J.P., and Mrs Jones, wd 18. £ tO>TES.—On Jainiary 13th. at Hill View. Ponty- eymmer, Harriett Ellen, the dearly beloved neof John Henry Jones. yONES.—On«■ the 11th inst., at Mexioo City, Herbert Champion, aecondaon of the late William Aiwrntaaias Jones, in his 46th year. LulPORT.-on the lith irot., at 23, Eldon-road, Riverside, Cardiff, Rev c. W. Lamport, after a Aort illness, passed peacefully away in his 68 year. "I»AVE NT> Eli.—On January 10th, at Tongwynlais, Oecilia Lavender, aged 83 years. iCEWIS.—On the 12th inst., at 2, Stirling-mansions, CanfleId-gardens, Sophie, widow of the lata Lionel B. Lewis. J.M)YD.—On the 14th January. Pryse Lloyd, of Oiangwili, Hanpumpsaint. J.P. for Carmartben- Mire, Capt. 5th Worcester Regiment, aged 36. ICA.CAUTRY.On January 15th, at 9, Ellen-street, Newtown, Margaret, the beloved daughter of Polly and Michael MaCarthy, age 14. □feCALLCM.—January 15th, at, 5, KbWs-avenne, Creat Meols, Cheshire, Norman Dunlop, infant son of Norman and Bertie MeCallnm. 7045 Mft&EON —On the 13th inet.rat Pontyehrn, Winifred Mary, daughter of the late Patrick McKeon, H.M.C., (Oudiff). JtORRIS.—Oo the 16th January, at Sidmoath, Archi- bald Sykes Morris, of Colnbrook, Bucks, youngest of the late Wm. Morris, of Highgate, aged 48. PA.LKER-on January 9th, Arthur E. Palmer (com- pasitory, beloved husband of Minnie Palmer. JB3XLIPS.—-On the 14th Jan., at 16, Milverton- terrace. Leamington, John Phillips, aged 69, late of CharltoR Kings, Glos., and eldest son of the late John Phillips, of Winsley Hall, Shropshire. "oathe 14th inst., at 9, Cresswell-terraee, Neath, William Walter, eldest son of Joshua and way Rees. lOBSRTSv—December 30th, 1909, at Stfttthoom. Canada, saddenly, Mr Tom Roberta, printer, latA at Cardiff. 703a 30TEWEKL.—On the 16th inst., at 36, Wyeveme- road, Catljays, Cardiff,William Rothwell, gardener. Aged 76.' ^ODBRlCiC.—January 10th, at 17, Great Frederick- street, Cardiff, Elizabeth, relict of the late Edward Roderick. aTANFOBJ)j—On the Tlth inst., at the Prinee of Wales, AbezfcenSg, Benjamin Stanford. ZBOMAS.—On the 9th January, at 66, Cardiff-road, Rhydfelen, Wm. Thomas (Doobler), son of late Thomas and Mary Thomas, aged 56. "WALKER—At I, BloomfieM-creseent, Bath, Emma May, wife of Sidney F. Walker, late of Cardff. 478 WATTS.—January 16th, at 35, Spring-garaens-phtce. Roath, Whrifred Rose, the youngest daughter of Mary Josephine and Richard Watte. Aged six months. 989n WILLIAMS.—At Brjrnawel. Tredegar-road, Ebbw Vale, William Williaxna (Ebedydd Wyn), aged 69. WTNN.—Janatary 15th, at 2, Plasnewydd-place, Cardiff, Mrs Winn, relict of the late John Winn, H-M..C.. after a lingering illess at rest.

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