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iijjtbs, jgavuaacs uni) jpjeatjjs. BIRTHS. Darton ,-J nly 8, at New-street, Carnarvon, the wife of Mr Edwin Barton, engiue-driver, of a daughter. the wife of NU- Methusalem eTiiintii, Basillt, Tydweiliog, of a s> n wiS—.jr.n'e 30, the wife of Mr Henry Lewis, Grlamnor- lais, neai'Penclawdd, of a son. nr T n Pn> h—July f-, at Plasyndre, Bala. the wire of Mr J. O. pil! w Pu°-h. North and South Wales Bank, of a daughter. Roberts—.Tune *29. the wife of Mr E. Vv. Roberts, manager, District Bank, Llangefni, of a son. CARRIAGES. Davies—Da vies—Jtily 5. by license, at Eagedi chapel, Carnarvon, bv the Rev J. O. Jones, Jjlanberis, ai^tecl by Mr "W. 11. Whiteside, Registrar, Mr David ^Elueh Davies. Bryn Padarn, Llanberis, to 5H«s AJiee Davies, Grwynant-street, Beddgelert. Davids—Jones—June 27, at the Congregational chare Conway,by the Jft. Parry (Gwalchmai). Mrfeamut i Davies, to Miss Mary E. Jones—both of Dolgar, Llan- euaii. D^iesLAVilliams -July 8, at the Congregational chapel, Liand- tlno, by t-liG R,. Pjirryi ^tlcniTMi;» Mr Hugh Davies, to Miss G. "WiUSiiiris, Chapel-street-, —"both of Llaadudno. 'Evans—Williams—»Tnly 10, at \evr Tc^oeinacle, Holy- head, by the Rev William Lloyd, Thomas Evans to Graoe Williams, both of Holyhead. Hushes-Browne-July 6, bv license, at St. Seiriol's church, Holyhead, by the Rev J. Lloyd Jones, M.A., curate. Mr Edward Hughes (0viuyran, to Mrs Catherine Browne,—both of Holyhead. Hu"hes—Parry—July 2, at Penraount chapel, Pwdheii, by the Rev M. Roberts. John. eldest son of the late Mr Morris Hughes, flour merchant, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Habere Parry, watc.imaker,—both 01 Pwllheli. ■ i. r< Jones—Williams July 4. at the registrar's ofhee,, Ca narvon,by Mr W. R. Whiteside, Mr William Jones, Gallt-y-focl, Llanddeiisiolen, to Miss Catherine Williams, Cerig-y-rhyd, .Bettws Garmon. Picton-Uray-Jlliy 3. bv license, at bt ttemol s church, Holvhead, by the Rev J. Lloyd Jones A C curate, Air Thomas Picton L. & N. W. Railway Yard, to p c Miss Maggie Jane Gray .—both of Holyhead. Simon—Fonlkes-July !). at the Welsh Oongfegational Chapel, Grove-street, Liverpool, bv the Rev \V. Nicholson, assisted by the Rev D M. Jenkins, Mr Richard yimon, 57. Bre vnlow-hill, Liverpool, to Ellen, daughter of the late Edward ioulkes, oi Denbigh. -,T Williams -Jones -July 8, at St. Semol s Cnureh. Holy- beail. by the Rev T. Lewis Jones, curate, Thomas Williams to Ann Jones, both of Holyhead. DEATHS. A^vev—MaY 30, Frederick' Reginald Aubrey, third "v of the Jiu*iie*.r, British Indian steamship Navigation Company. youngest son of the late Rev Thomas Aubrey. Wesleyan minister. Jiily Sarah, rhe wife of Mr David Evans, ;ncrly ui the OMSOWI f lot, Butry Port. Hughes—June 30, aaed « years, Jane Hughes, at her grandfather's house, Mr Ishmasl Hughes, Penybryn, Cemaes, Anglesey. Hart —.July 7, aged 8 months, Abram, the neloved son of Mr John Hart, North Peurallt, Carnarvon. Jones-June 25, aged 75 years, Catherine Jones, the beloved wife of Mr William Jones. LlanwmU. Jones—Jul5, aired 72 years, Mr Griffith Jones, Hir- dref Ganol. Tydweiliog. ,,r ^Sueade—>fai'M'a et, youngest surviving (l :aghter ot Sir aud Mrs Thomas and Margaret Sneade. High-street, Carnarvon, acred 19, nfter a short but severe illness. Thomas—July 7, aared 50 years. Ellen, the wife of Mr jMvid Thomas, Tiaethcoch, Anglesey. # Williams—July 5. age I 36 years, Mrs Catherine \V n- liams, Brynft'yn«n, the wife of Mr Thomas Williams, Ci >ttage, Tydweili' 'g.

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