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BIRTHS, NIARRIAGES,-& DEATHS. '• BIRTHS. BIGGS.—Tuesday evening. :\Dy 25th. at Pentland, Pencisely road. to Mr and Mrs Cecil Biggs, a daughter. B-RIGS'f OCKE.—On the 18th May. at Cobalt, Ontario, Canada, the wife of Pobect Whish Brig- stocke. a daughter. c555 BUIST — May 30th, at 5. Castieton Villas. Mumbles, to Mr and Mrs T. R. Buist, a son. DA-NIELL.-On Thursday. May 27th at 30, Lownde3- street, London, the Honble. Sirs Horace Daniell, of a son. x556 EGERTOS.-On 24th May. at Whitchnrch-road. \\ile of 'N. E. Ez(-rton of a son. Mother and child both doing well 925n HA-NIILTO.V.-On the 28th May. at 14. Victoria Park Avenue. Cantun. Carditf, to Mr'and Mrs William Francis Haniiltozi, a -oyi. 288n MACLE>,XAX.—On Jnne l*t. at 15. Glynrhondcti- stree^. Cardiff, to Mr and Mrs MacLecnan. a s6n. n PEEL.-On the 28th May. at 172. Carlisle-street, Carditf, the wife of Arthur H. Peel, of a son. 25in MARRIAGES. ADAMS—MORGAN.—On Monday, May 31st, at St. Margaret's Church. Cardiff, by the Rev. Canon Beck. Robert Charles, the third son of James Ada.ms. to Alice Emily, the eldest daughter of David and Alice Morgan, both of Cardiff. 394n CALWAY—STRINGER.—On June lot. at Cathays Wesleyan Chapel, by the Rev. Warrick Armstrong, Fred, eldest son of Mrs M. J. Calway. to Mabel, youngest daughter of Joseph Stringer, both of Cardiff. JAMES——On the Ist, just.at St. John's Church, Middipsbronsh. by the Rev. Phillip D. Woods. 13.A, llltyd Kdwanl. younger son of the late Mr Enoch James, J.P.. ot Cardiff, to Kose. only daughter of tiie late Dr. Denny and Mi's Denny, of :\1idrtit"hrough. 4G8 JOXliS—LEWIS.—June 1st. at I.landiio Church, by. the Rev. Robert Williams, M.A., vi-ni, Thomas Garfield, only son of Mr inrl Mrs Thomas Jones. Pronwv,d. tfim,*aiTi, to Maria, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Whiiam Lewis. Lanfawr. Liandiln.373 JONES—MOli'j A>—On May 27th, at Carmel, Ponty- pridd, by the Rev. E. K. Prpbert, Thomas Ernest, eldest son of W. Jones, Esq., ,7.?., to Maria, daughter of Mrs T. Morgan, Rose and Crown !jot,-[. No Cards. x24in LEWII; f)n May 26th. at St. Andrew's Church. Tonypnndy, by the Rev. D. T. R_. James. Vicar of Liwvnypia, assisted by the Rev. W. Lewis, Cwmpare, Alun. tlje onty son of the Rev. William and ,1r !.e',vis, Cuinparc. to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Hywel Llewellyn, Brynawel, Tr-alg,v. 886 PADFIKLP—WILLIAMS.—On the 31st, May. at Roath-road Wesleyari Church, bv the Rev. MarsTmU Liir.on Samuel John Padfleld. fourth.son of Jame3 PadfieM, Carditf, t, Mar\ Jane (May) *ViIliads, youngest daughter cf Edward Williams, Cardiff, n DEATHS. BLAKE.—Oh the 2211i :1"; at T. hstreet Roath. Cardiff, Henry ..) beloved' l.tisband of Ellen Blake, and memb^" of the Grand United Order oi Oddfellows, aged 55 years. BRYANT.—On the 28th stay, rtotr.-ig Bryant of 23. Pentreba::e-str.<et, Grangeto^n. Cardiff. BL'RKK.—t-.n:ma, at thp residence other son, 83, I Rom Jly-r.-rescent. Cardiff, on the 26th May, aged 76 yean. TIn j DAVIES.—Mav 2gth. Cledvryn. the beloved son of Tyssu: Davies. Contfactor, Aberdaxe. aced 11. DON ATI.—On the 27th May. at Sr. Mart ins-road, Caerphilly. J'iriakio Donati, chief engineer s.s. Be"'erby.:n his 5Cth year. ESQO'J'T.—On th:-25th May, Jamel Escott, of Llan- ( t trissant 1-,aS Works. EVANS.—On May 29th, at Th Lindens. St. John's- road, Clifton. Albert Edward Evsns, R. N. R., F.R.i.S., Superintendent Board ot Trade, Avon- mouth, aged 51, beloved son of Mrs E. Evan; and the lat, Mr James Evans. Board of Trade. Car Htf. it Sunday. in Parts, of of 17, ,"rosvand MaplStcn^Kdenoridpe, Kent" in his 71st year. GREGORY.—On May 24th May. at Weston-supei- Mare, Sarah Ellen, second daughter of the late Rev Benjamin Greo:-y, H.D. and sistr of Dr. Arthur E Gregory. Prineipalof the National Children's Rome ani Orphanage. London. 898 HARTS ELL.—Mav 27th, at 29, Blosse-road. Llandaff North. George iJartnell passed peacefully away. HO WELLS.—On 30th ult. (suddenly), at Maesy- gwaelod. Penconi. age 7fi, Thomas Hi)wells, deacon of Bethel Congregational Church, Heolycyw, HUGHES.—On Ttmagfiay the 27th May at St. John's Vicarage, Wandsworth Common. Rev. James Hughes. M.A.. LL. L).. aged 47. for seven-years vicar of St. John's with St. Paul's, Batterse.'i. previously for six years curate-tn-charge of St. Mark's. c556 HUGHES.—On May 27 th. at Card iff Infirmary. Jackie, the beloved child of J. D. Hughes, Rhosynfa, Caer- philly, aged 7 years. IRISH —Sunday. May 30th. William John Irish, coal tiprnr, 31, Hirwaill-street, Barry Dot., aged 37 years. JONES.—On the 22nd. at Hichfield. Bryneet'nin, Morgan Hayward Jones Hate chemist. Briton Ferry). 26th dearly-belovei wife of Thomas Jones, Woodlands, Gov-erton. LEWrS -On May 28th.at" Glanyrafon, liiiinti, Mon Eliza Jane, beloved wife of Caleb Lewis, and daugh- terot the iate Rev. William Roberts (Nefydd). LINDSAY.—On the 26th of May. at 12, Windsor-road, Barry. the residence of her son-in-law. Mr S. A. Williams. Margaret Lindsay, agoi 85 years MORRIS.—May 26th. at Forest Cottage. Ystrad I Rhondda, Urania, widow of the late Rees Morris PIKE—Onthe24th May, at 23, Elm-street, Cardiff, George Henry, second beloved son of William and Elizabeth Pike, aga H. RICHARDS'.—On 2St.h May, at Graig House, Cefn Cribbwr. Rees Richards, aged78 years. RICHARDS -On the 25th May. at 172. Ystrad-road. Ytrad Rhondda, Maria, widow rf the tatp Win. Richards, carpenter, and sister of Mrs Harries, grocer, Ystrad Rhondda. + SMITH.—On May 29th, at Maindy Hall. Pentre, George Henry Smith, aged 63, for 24 years sub- Ile ageat Crawshay Biiley Estates. STONE.—On May 24fn. at West I.udworth, Neath. Margaret Sally, the beloved wife of H. Stone, aged; 51. THOMAS.—At 24. Mary-street, Aberdare, Nancv, beloved widow of Philip Thonms. THOMAS.—At Mynvdd Meio. near Groes Wen. Wed- nesday. the 2Sth May. Frank, son of William and Sarah Thomas. aged 18 years. VICKERY.-At 39, Britbdir-street, Cardiff, RoFii.-t May, onlyrbild of Edgar and Rose Vickery, born May 19th. died May 25th. 913n WESTO-N.On the 23th May. Eliza Ann (Li), the deariy beloved daughter of Jane and the late Francis Weston, after a long and painful illnesi patiently borne. WIIITE.-On,ti.ie. 30th May. at 257, Newp.«rt-road, Cardiff, Sarah, the dearly belovel wife of White.. 275n WILLIAMS—On May 26th, at Gwynnl"'i! Atm' ("¡;!n; Jlf3 Gwenllian Williams, late of the Globe Hotel, Merthvr. WILLIAMS.—On the 25th May at 159, Habershon. street. Cardiff, .Ichr, WiUiair-?. for 40 years loco- foreman it. Railway WILLIAMS.—At the Cardiff Infirmary or. Thursday, May 27th, 1909, Thomas Williams, of 27, Monk- street. Aberdare, aged 47 years. WINN.—On the 29th May, at 33, Romilly road, Car- diff, Robert Alexander 'A!ec), dearly beloved youngest or, of Mr and JS: J. R. Winn YOUVG.—On May 31st. at. 165. Habershon-street. Car-lil6 Wjtiiafn Henry, beioyed husband of Ann Young, after long and painful illness, in his 52nd year, late engine driver Messrs Spillsrs and Bakers.

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