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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS 'r' BIRTHS. T»OM.CS.—February 13th at i Pantyblodau, Cwmbach, wbejdaij!, the wife of Rev D. Thomas, Baptist minister, of a daughter. JONES.—February 26th. at 47, Plymouth-road, Penarth, the wife of Henry J ones, ef-a daughter. 387 DEATHS. THOMAS.—At Xo. 30, Charles-afreet, Cardiff, on Feb- ruary 16th, Louisa Jane, the eldest and dearly beloved daughter of Joseph Thomas, aged 13 years. 409 J ONES.—On Monday, February 16th, the beloved wife oi D. W. Jones, Beaconsfield House, Windsor-place, Cardiff, aged 62 years. 413 EVANS.—February 16th, at 26, Rawdeu-plaoe, Cardiff, Elizabeth, widow of the late Captain Evans. Funeral on Thursday, 3 p.m., at the New Cemetery. WOOD.—On Tuesday, February 17tb, Elizabeth, the beloved wife cf W. Wood, Castle-road, Roath, Cardiff, after a long illness. Funeral on Friday, 2 p.m. JO-NL.Il.-Feb. 12th, at Tremayne Cottage, Cmnparc, Treorky, Taliesin Jones (formerly of Commercial- street, Aberdare), in his 31st year. Public funeral at 2.30 pm Wednesday. Friends please accept this the only intimation. 190

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1891.

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IISOUTH WALES NOTES.I

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MR WM. DAVIES, M.P.

THE ELECTRICALTFIRE AT CARDIFF.

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