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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. BIRTHS. AIM MS.—On the 5th June, at 38. Wynnstay-gardens, Kensington, W.,the wife of William Gabriel Adams, of a son. c5&9 BAKER.—On May 20th. at Brandon (Man.), Canada, to Mr and Mrs G. E. Baker (formerly of Cardiff) a daughter. 212n CORBETT.—On the 3rd June. At 1738, CaJlao, Buenos Aires, the wife of James W. M. Corbett, of a son. By cable. CRAWSHAY-WILLIAMS.—On the 7th of June, at 5, Aubrey-road, W., Alice, the wife of Eliot Craws hay- Williams, of a daughter. GERRISH ,-0n June 1st. at 7. Parade, Barry, to 1 Mr and Mrs J Howard Gertish, a son. 674n GREY.—OD the 6th inst., at Glenholm, Corporation road. Cardiff, to Mr and Mrs F Grey, a son. 73n GRIFFITH.—On Whit-Mcmday. at Gwydyr Ucha, Llanwrst, the wife of Thomas Griffith, of a son. c590 HILL.—On the 2nd June, at Ahmednagar. the wife of Major H. C. Hill, 110th MahraUa L.I.. of a son. JAMES.—On June 2nd, at The Vicarage, Llwynypia, the wife of the Rev. D. T.R.James, 0f adaughter.587 MORGAN.—On the 5th instant, at Groombridge, Sketty, the wife of Dr. Edward Morgan, of a daughter. 2185 OSTREHAN —On the 2nd June, at Barholm Vicarage. Stamford, the wife of the Rev. H. For- tescue Ostrehan of a son. PARRY JAMES.—On May 31st, at 39, Chandos-road, Redland, Bristol, Mrs J. Parry James (late of Aber- tillery), a daughter. 771n PlCTOX.-On June ,5th, at Awelon, Caeracca, Dow- lais, wife of Mr J. Picton. Ironmonger, a daughter. WICKETT.—On Sunday, June 6th. to Mr and Mrs F. T. C. Wickett, 1S5, Stanwell-road, Penarth, a son. 295n MARRIAGES. BOOLE—MACDONALD.—On the 2nd inst., at St. Angnstine's Church, Penarth. by the Rev. Canon Beck' vicar of Roath. assisted by the Rev. John Thomas, rector of Penarth. Philip Arthur George Boole, eldest son of the late George Boole, of Rainford, Lancashire, and Mrs Boole, of Penarth, to Margaret Annabeila Stewart, eldest daughter of the Rev. R. S. Macdonald and Mrs Macdonald, of The Elms, Penarth. At Home 11, Bradenham-place, Penarth, July 21st and 22nd. 572 COLES—DA VIES.—On the 3rd June, at St. Peter's Church, Bayswater. by the Rev. W. P. Hanks, M.A., assisted by the Rev. R. H. Lathbury, M.A., and the Rev. H. G. Rosedale. D.D., Vicar, Edgar Lermitte Cotes, youngest son of John Coles, Esq., J.P., of 4, Kensington Park-gardens, W.. to Sybil, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs G. Humphreys Davies, of 15. Stanleycrescent, W. DAVTBS-MORTMER.—At Christ Church. Ebbw Vale. by licence, on June 1st, by Rfv. H. S. Frank Williams. B.A., St. John's, Ivor ^Limerick, son of the late Joseph Davies, Abergavenny, to Eleanor Maud, eldest daughter of George H. Mortimer, Ebbw Vale. 429 DA VIES—THOMAS.—On the 1st inst., at Tredegar- ville Chapel. Cardiff, by the Rev. Albert Law, of Penarth. Charles Harold, son of the late Mr Davies and of Mrs Davies, of No. 1, Victoria-place, Newport (Mon.). to Gladys, second daughter of Mr and Mrs J. M. Thomas, of No. 8, East Grove, Cardiff. DAVIES—BYFORD.—On Thursday, the 3rd June, at St. Mary's Church. Hornsey-rise, by the Rev. B. W. Clinch, Sir Horatio David Davies, K.C.M.G., to Pauline Marie Byford, widow ot Edward Byford, of East Ham. 1LADES—FISH.—On Whit-Sunday, Frederick Eades, 81, Arabella-street, Cardiff, to Charlotte Elizabeth Fish, 117, Crwys-road, Cardiff, 232n EDWARDS—LLOYD.—OTI the 7th inst., at Crwys- road Calvinistic Methodist ChapeL, by the Rev. W. Davies, B.A., assisted by the Revs. T. Jones Davies and R. G. Berry, Christopher Wm. Edwards, elder son of Abraham Edwards, Morganstown, Radyr.and grandson of Ann Davies, Station-road, Llandaff North, to Rebecca (Bex) Lloyd, third daughter of Mr and Mis Thomas Lloyd, Garth.House, Gwaelody- garth. 131 IVANS—EVANS.—On the 4th instant, at Union- gtreet Congregational Church, Carmarthen, by the Rev. Prof. Jones, Benjamin Evans, of Gwastod Abbot, Pencader, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Benjamin Evans, Scythlyn. Pencader. 36 EVANS—WATT.—On the 3rd .Tune, at 14, Albyn- place, Aberdeen, the residence of the bride's brother, by the Rev. W. Justin Evans. of Bromley (father of the bridegroom), and the Rev. Dr. A. E. Garvie, Principal of New College. Hampstead, Rev. Herber Austin Evans, M.A.. to Alice Mary, younger daughter of the late James Watt. Esq., and Mrs Watt, 43, Belgrave-terrace, Aberdeen. JOXELL—WILLIAMS.—On the 2nd June, at St. James's Chnrch, Muswell-hill, N., by the Rev. W. J. Foxell, M.A., Rector of St. Swithin's, Cannon- street, B.C., father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. T. G. Hill. M.A., Vicar of HoJy Cross, Canterbury, John Theodore Foxell, M_A_, of the Home Civil Service, to Kathleen Jane Michael Williams, eldest daughter of G. Michael Williams, of Pare Bracket, Muswell-hill, N. FRANCIS—HOSGOOD.—On the 2nd inst., afcStar- street Congregational Church, by the Rev. John Morris, assisted by the Rev. Oliver Bowen, Herbert Henry, only son of Mr and Mrs Henry Francis, Marlborough-road, Cardiff, to Ethel Winifred, only daughter of Mr and Mrs N. B. Hosgood, Cyril- crescent, Cardiff. 662n GOULD—EAXLEY.—June 3rd, at the Presbyterian Church, Penarth, by the Rev. T. C. Jones, W. Cuth- bert, elder son of Mr W. H. Goold, to Edith, fourth daughter of Mr A. Bailey, both of Penarth. c562n HARRISON—BALFOUR.—On the 2nd Jone.,atSt. Peter's Church, Newnham, by the Rev. G. C. Carter, M.A., Vicar of the parish, John Edward Harrison, o fStudlev. Warwickshire, to Dorothy Rose Balfour, adopted daughter of the late Arnold Thomas and Mrs Arnold Thomas, of Severn Bank. Newnham, and daughter of H. T. Balfour, of Gloocester. HILL—CHUBB —On the 3rd June. at the Wesieyan Church, ChisSlehurst, by the Rev. Dr. Barber,. Head- master of the Leys School. Cambridge, the Rev. W G. Allen and the Rev. James Critchison, Alex. Woodward, only son of Dr. Alex. Hill, sometime Master °f Downing Col!ege. Cacrtbridge, and Mrs Hill, to Priscilla Frances Vanner, Youngest daughter of Sir George Hayter Chubb, Bart., and Lady Chubb, of Newlands, Chisleburst, Kent, and Riverside, Witney, Oxon. HODGES—HADDO¥—On June 2nd, 1909, at St. Saviour's Church, Cardiff, by the Rev. C. A. Eanpson, interpreted by Mr J. Hepworth, missioned" to the deaf and dumb, David, son of Thomas and Hannah Hodges. 8, Lansdowne-road, Cardiff, to "Bessie," daughter of the late Isaac. and Mary Ann Haddon. 83, SplotH-oad. Cardiff. 582 JONES—ALEXANDER—At Rntberete-n parish church, on June 2nd. by the Rev. Joseph-Mitchell, Mauchline Harry Taylor Jones to Jean, elder daughter of Hugh Alexander, Eastfleld, Ruther- len, 566 JONES-JONES.—On June 2nd, at Llandaff Cathedral, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop, assisted by the Rev, Canon Buckley and the Rev. A. A. Mathews, vicar of St. Paul's, Newport (Mon-). cousin of the bride, Osman Carew Jones, youngest son of the late Benjamin orge Jones and Mrs David Williams, Cumberland Lodge, Llandaff, to Dorothy Gwynne, elder daughter of John Arthur Jones, Ty Dyfrig, Llandaff. 2084 JONES—STARK.—On June 7th, at St. Saviour's, Church, Cardiff, by the Rev. C. A. Empson, vicar, Edward Jones to Ada Esther Mary, third daughter of Henry and Mary Jane Stark, of 135, Habershon- gtreet, Splott, Cardiff. 196n KITTO—WILLIAMS.—On June 5th, at Plasnewydd Church, by the Rev. E. P. Jones, pastor, W illiam. second son of Mr and Mrs John Kitto," Pendennis," Malefant-street, to Gladys,eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Williams, Donald-street, Cardiff. 980n LEWIS—BUCKLEY.—On the 8th June, at Llandaff Cathedral, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop-of Llandaff, assisted by the Rev Isaiah Roberts.M.A., Vicar of Cowbridge, and the Rev. Hugh Williams, M_< Curate of Llandaff, Lucas Reginald Lewis, second son of J. J. Lewis, Belmont House, Llan- daff. to Daisy MaudrWBest daughter of Canon J. R. Buckley. Vicar of Llandaff. At home. Hazelmere. The Avenue, Whitchurch, July 14th, 15th, 16th. 418 ICEREDITH—PARRY.— June 1st, 1909, at King's Cross Congregational Church, by the Rev. Elvet Lewis. M.A., Mr Lewis Meredith, contractor, Taly- llyn, Breconshire, son of the late Mr Jenkyn Meredith, Barry Dock (formerly Ferndale), to Miss Mary Parry, daughter of the late Mr Evan Parry, Nanternis, New Quay, Cardiganshire. FEARSON—COLLIN.—On tth June. at St. Mary's Parish Church, Wenden. Essex, by the Rev. W. B. Bliss, assisted by the Rev. F. W. Berry, Edward ke Pearson, District Commissioner, British East Africa, third son of General Sir Chas. K. Pearson, C.B., K.C.M.G., to Beatrice Maude Leyborne. only daughter of Turner Collin, J.P., ofMutlow-hill, Wenden, Essex. c591 PRICE-RUSSELL.—On the 1st June 1909, at Hast- ings, New Zealand, Sir Francis Cardoc Rose Price, Baronet, son of Lady Price Fothergill and the late Sir Rose Price. Baronet, of Hensol Castle. Glamor- ganshire, to Marjorie 1. Russell, daughter of Sir William Russell, of Flaxmere, Hastings, Hawkes Bay. New Zealand. By telegram. RENDEL—DRYSDALE.—On the 2nd June, at West Coates Church. Edinburgh, by the Rev. Dr. Forest and the Rev. R. Pryde, Herbert, son of Sir Alex- ander M. Rendel. K.C.t.E.. of 23. Russell-square, London, to Annie, daughter of the Wuiiam Drysdale. of Asansol, Benaal. and of Mrs Dryadale, of 9 Osborne-terrace. Edinburgh. STALLYBRASS—SCOTT.—On 8th June, at St. Nicholas Church. Barry, by the Revd. H. H. Stewart rector. Charles Herbert, son of C. E. Stallybrass. shipowner, Cardiff, to Ethel Cora, daughter of Robert Scott, of the Parade, Barry. At Home 15th and 16th July, at 47, Pencisely-road, Cardiff. 342n THOMPSON—MUTFORD.—At Grangetown Baptist Church, on 2nd June. by the Rev. J. Williams (pastor), assisted by the Rev. Caradoc Griffiths, Cecil Philp Thompson, of Enfield, London, second son of Mr J. Thompson, 10, Morlais-street, Roath Park, Cardiff, to Gwendoline Mutford, youngest daughter of Mr J. T. Mutford, 2, Cymmer-street, Cardiff. 530n VAN DER GTJCHT—STANIFORTH— On the 3rd instant, at Worksop Priory Church, by the Rev. F. B. Hawkins, Private Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Newcastle, at Clumber assisted by the Rev. G. A. d'Arcy, Vicar of Worksop, Harold Van der Gucht, of Manor Croft. Worksop, third son of the late Charles Van der Gucht, to Margaret Alice (Marjorie), daughter of. Arthur Staniforth, of Sparken-hill, Worksop. WARD—THOMAS.—On June 8th at Tredegarville Baptist Chapel, by Rev. John Williams, of Grangetown, Chris, fourth son of Thomas Ward (of St. Arvans, Cbepstow), to Maude, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs David Thomas, of 186, Inverness- place, Cardiff. 360n DEATHS. ANDERSON—Died on the 29th May, after a short illness, Mrs Anderson (late Humphries), aged 43, of 7. Sophia-street, Docks, Cardiff. Harbour View-road, Penarth, on June 1st, beloved husband of Rebecca Bassett. after 16 months' suffering patiently borne. DODS.—On the 4th June, at Edinburgh. Andrea Thomson, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Marcus Dods, Minister of the Scotch Church at Belford. Northumberland, in the 78th year of her age. c592 GILES—June 2nd, at 1. Daniel-street, Catha, Cardiff, Mary. beloved wife of Joshua Giles, coal- trimme GROVES.—June 2nd. at 10, Caerphilly-street.Cardia, Janet, beloved wife of Thomas Groves. HOSGOOD.—On June 5th, at 54, De Burgh-street. Annie, the beloved wife of Samuel Hosgood, JAMES.—On May 31st, at 47, Minny street, Cathays. Cardiff. Thomas Christopher, aged 75, dearly beloved husband of the late Martha James, late servant of Rhymney Railway. JONES.—2nd inst.,10, Pearl crescent, Cardiff, William Thomas Jones, aged 22. JONES.—On Wednesday, the 2nd. at the Vicarage, Penmaenmawr. Canon David Jones, aged 61 years, c JOHN.—David John, 37, Mackintosh-place, late of Signal Department, T.V.R. Passed peacefully away on Thursday morning after patient suffering LLEWELLYN.—On May 31st, id Llewellyn (late of the Glamorgan Coal Co., Llwynypia), at Dinas View, Penygraig, aged 45 years. MANFIELD—June 1st, at 22, Russell-street Roath, Cardiff, James Thomas, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Manfield, late member of the Shepherdaj Club. I MORGAN.—On the 5th instant, at Groombridge, Sketty, Mabel Joyce, infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs Edward Morgan. 2186 MORGAN.—Kezia, widow of Thomas Morgan, black- smith, 244, High-street, Cymmer, on June 5th. MORGAN. — On June 3rd, at 32, Thomas-street, Merthyr Tydvil, John Morgan, J.P., Coal Merchant, in his 73rd year. « MORRIS —On June 2nd. at 136, Mooriand-road, Cardiff, Harvey Hall, aged 12 years, dearly beloved IOn of Margaret and John Harvey Morris, station master, G.W.R., Roath. MOSSES BRIDGER.—On the 4th June, 1909, at the Mount, Lalandoso. near Chepstow, Anne Mosses Bridger. the beloved mother of Alexander Mosses and wife of William James Bridger. c594 XASH —On the 1st inst.. at Woodbatch, Eaton-grove, Swansea, Emmie, the beloved wife of Robert Nash xa NORTH —On the 28th inst at 80, May-street. Cathays, Cardiff, John, the dearly beloved husband of Mary North, and member of the Order of 8hepherds. „ ;PASLEY.0n the 2nd June, at Rotorua, New Zea- land. Rodney Stewart Lyons Sabine. second and last surviving son of the late Admiral Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley, Bart., K.C.B., aged 73. PINN.—On the 7th inst., at 110, Cld, Cardiff, Tryphosa, beloved sister of Mrs George Strocg and Rev. T. W. Pinn, M.A.. 8tclckport. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS DEATHS. REES.—On June 5th, at Smith's Arms, Pengam, Wil- liam Rees, aged 61 years. ROUSE-BOUGHTON-KNIGHT.—On the 7th June, at Downton Castle, Ludlow, Andrew Johnes Rouse- Boughton-Knight, in his 83rd year. c595 SHEPPARD.-On Wednesday, the 2nd June. at Clifton, Anna, wife of the late Henry Charles Shep- pard, of Raglan, Monmouthshire. STA.N-FIET, .On the 1st inst., at 13, Blosse-road, Llandaff North, William Stanfield, age 66 years. TINDAL-ROBERTSON.—On the 3rd June, 1909, at Hove. Elizabeth Anne, widow of Sir William Tin da 1-Robertson, of Brighton, aged 73 years.

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