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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. BIRTHS ^SHLBV.—On January 20th. at 449, Oowbridgs* road. Cardiff, to Mr and Mrs Howard Ashley, a daughter. 346a CAYZER.—On the 21st January, at Rcximghead, Mauchline, Ayrshire, the wife of Lieut. August B. T. Cayzer. Royal Navy, of a son. e613 DA VIES.-op January 22nd, at 34, Grosvenor-sfcreet, Cardiff, the wife of P. J. Davies, a son. 564n EVANS.—On January 25th. at Leostan, The Avemie, Whitchurch, to Mr and Mrs Evan Evans" a son. 921 t JO YES. — On the 18th January, at Sfc. James's Vifarage, Upper Edmonton, the wife of the Rev. Henry Brereton Jones, of a son. ltLOYD.—OB Monday, 17th inst.. at Bodagon. New castle-Emlyn, to Dr. and Mrs Llovd a daughter. n JtOBERTSON.—-On 20th January, at Westleigh, Whitchurch, to Mr and Mrs V. S. Robertson a son. MARRIAGES. :.B-URDEN-JO.- On January 24th, at St. David's, Ogmore Vale, by Rev. A. J. Edwards, Frederick, fifth son of Stephen Burden, Cardiff, to Harriet, second daughter of David John, Nantyrnoel. 772n MOw tiLL—EVANS.—On the 19th inst.. at Christ Church. Gipsy hill. by the Rev. R. C. Joynt. M.A., Frederick Valentine Ho well, youngest, son of Colonel IF, R. Howell, of Trewellwell. Pembrokeshire, to Kathleen Rose. second daughter of General H. M. < Evans, C.B., and Mrs Evans. of Upper Norwood. ZORNSON-SI:LCOX.On January 22nd. by license. I" St. Dionis Church, Fulham. London, by the v Rev. W. T. Carter. D.D.. Thomas McCosh, fourth i Ban of Towrriey Johnson, Esq.. and Mrs Johnson, of Radjr, to Mary Jennette (Nettie) eldest daughter of Hr and Mrs Edward Silcox, Cardiff. XOCKBLVRT-ROSS—LLOYD.—Ou the 15th Jan.. in Bangor Cathedral, Ranald Robert Hamilton -■ Jjockhart-Ross to Ethel Mary, second daughter of fhe Rev. Llewellyn Lloyd. Vicar of ChiWswyck- ham, Gloucestershire. STRONG—McGRKGOR.—On the24th inst.,atCharles- •fcreet Congregational Church, Cardiff by Rev. Mr Williamson, M.A.. Theo. son of Mr and Mrs Strong, to Margaret, daughter of Mr and Mrs D. McGregor.n DEATHS. BARNBTT.—On Saturday, 15th inst., at 17. George- street, Barry Dock, Frank, be4oved husband of Amelia Barnett. coal trimmer, aged 52 years. 'ILA P- .On 19th of January. at61, Frederiek- sfereet, Cardiff, Caroline, agerl 48. beloved wife of Michael Barry, member of Smiths' Hammermen Society, after a short and painful illness. IIARR,ON.-On Sunday. 23rd January, Harriet Mary Barrun, aged 78. widow "f the late Captain Barron, 31, Windsor-place Cardiff. JroCHAK-HEPBURN .-On the 19th January. 1910. Helen Dowager Lady Buchan-Hepburn, in her 96th year. c614 COSSLETT.—On 17th January, at Pontypridd, Fred Cosslett. aged 21 years. CHRISTOPHER.Suddenly. at the residence of his aister-in-law at Pontardawe. on 23rd January. Wil- liam Christopher, of 8, Cranbrook-street, Cardiff, engmectriver on the Rhymney Railway. DAVIES,—On the 22nd January, at 43, Wellington- etreet.Merthyr Tydfil, Martha Levies, daughter of the late John Thomas Davies, Grocer. DAVI KS.—January 16th, atAyr Villa, Coity-road, Bridsend. Amelia wife of Tom Davies. DAV IE?—On the 20th inst.. at 178, Stockwell-park- rns,i Charles James Davies. in his 75th year. late of I Admiralty, and for 30 years Secretary of the Jiovi: General Theatrical Fund. c615 DA. VU:S.-Jan. 21st. at 42. Alfred-street. Roath Park, Cardiff, Katie, beloved wife of Percy Davies, nee Katt,.Jone. DKA.NS On January 19th. at 63, Maesvowm-street, Harr" Dock. William, beloved husband of Mary De*m. nee Neil. SDMl'NDS.—On January 20th. Louis Lloyd, aged 13 years, second son of Mr and Mrs Morgan Edmunda, Taisvcrate. Mountain Ash. EVANS.—.January 21st. suddenly, at 17, Seymour- street Cardiff," David, beloved husband of Anne Evans, late of James-street, Docks. iHVAiSS.—On the 18th inst.. Lewis Evans, of Peisy- bank. Gellygaer. in bis 85th year. Gil.LAM.—On the 22nd inst., at 157, Lower High ttreet. Aierthyr, Alarv Jane, the beloved daughter of "11. 0illani, driver T.V.R. <BliArtA\t.—At St Helens, on the 17th inst., Jane Grais-un, aged 84, widow of John Graham, late of Car'tit). fiKlEI!—At Brook-street, Aberaman, Aberdare, on Saturday, the 22nd inst., Ann, widow of the late David Grier, and mother of Dr. W. F. Grier, New York. U.S.A. HAINKS.—On January 16th, at 23, Byron-street, Cardiff, Samuel Haines, aze 70. HAILUTES.—On January 22nd, in London. Howell, youngest sun of the late John Harries, Penwch, St. Clears. JAMES.—On January 15th, at Tranby," Ty-draw- road, Cardiff, Samuel, the beloved husband of Mary Jam, Deeply regretted. JENK1.NS.—On the 19th, at Cardiff Infirmary, John Jenkins, class master, Grangetown Council School, aced 38. JENKINS.—At.23, Lisvane-street, Cathays, Cardiff, on January 16th, Hilda, the beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs D. A. Jenkins. aged 18 years. JONES.—On Monday, 24th January, John Jones, of 2, Blanche-street. Dowlais. late Foreman Ivor Works (Fitting Dept.), father of Rev. R. B. Jones. Vorfh. JONES.—On the 29th Dec.. at Los Angeles, Cali- fornia, Clara Ellen, widow of the late Robert Pail, fr Jones and second daughter of the late John Braithwaite. c623 JONES. —At Southport. Percy Howard, second sur- viving son of the late Mr Edward Jones, of Snatch- wood Park, Pontypool. Born August 6th, 1876; died January 18th, 1910. 186 JON.-ES.On January 16th, Annie Mwid, agedbmnty, beloved and only daughter of William Jones, butcher, Nantyrnoel. LEWIS.-On the 19th inst.. at Hyeres, South of France, Lewis Egwad, second son of Lewis Lewis, Corymore, Swansea, aged 33 years. lEW'IS.—On January 21st, at the residence of her son-in-law, Geo. H. Edwards, 25, Mark-street, ear- diff. Sarah, the beloved wife of the late William Lewis, aged 76, after a long and painful illness. IISCOMBE.—On January 19th, 1910, Robert Lis- cembe, at Downs Farm, Llantwit Major. IXOYD.—January 19th, Thomas George Lloyd, 9, Dogfleld-street. Cardiff (draper, late Salisbury- road), aged 53. XCCAS.—On January 21st, at 102, Cottrell-road, Car- diff, Martha, widow of the late Thomas Lucas, in her 68th year. JlARK. the 22nd instant, at 34, Clive-street. Grangetown. Cardiff. Christopher, beloved husband of Rose Mark. of pneumonia. •K3QITNELL.—On Jan. 20th. at 142, Clive-street, Graagetown, Gwendoline, the beloved wife of Michael O'Connell, in her 58th year. Friends accept this the only intimation. JPAGET.—On the 21st January, at 20, Lexham-gar- dens, W:, Berkeley Paget, aged 68. C616 LARSONS.—January 16th. at 78, Salisbury-road, Colin, the dearly beloved eklest son of John W. and f Margaret. Parsons, aged eight years. MATTENBURY.-ON 17th inst., Elizabeth, widow of the late Richard Rattenbury, late of 100, Cowbridge r road, Cardiff. • RICHARDS.—On the 21st instant, at 9, Leckwith- ■, road, Ctaaton, Cardiff, Ann, the beloved wife of f Wm. Richards. SCOTT.—On the 21st, at 6, Copper-street, Cardiff, George Thomas Scott, foreman boilermaker, aged 45 yean. 8DCS.—January 17th (suddenly), at 20. Windsor-road. t Mountain Ash, Elizabeth Ann, the dearly-beloved ). wife of Thomaa John Sims. MTH.On the 18th inst., at No. 1, Newport-street, Grange, Cardiff, Mary Smith, the beloved wife 0: Thomas Smith, aged 79 years. .MTH.-Januafy 20th at 38, Clive-road, Penarth, (the residence of her daughter). Emily, widow of the late John Smith, in her 78th year. 511u STONE.—Suddenly on Monday, January 24th. Alfred Thomas Stone, beloved husband of,Sarah Stone, of 97. Alfred-street. Cardiff. THOMAS.—On the 20th inst., at Gelly Deg Farm, Nf>ath, Ann, the beloved wife of John Thomas. THOMAS.—On the 17th January. at32, Stuart-street, Aberdare. Elizabeth, the widow of the late Mr Edwin Thomas, grocer. Mardy. WILLIAMS.—At Penybryn. Dynea. Annie, the second daughter of the late John and Mrs Smith, Penygroes.

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