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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS NOTICES should bp. sent in on or before 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, to ensure insertion in the next issue. BIRTHS. THOMAS—On the 3rd inst, at 64, Graving Dock. street, the wife of Air Thomas, of a daughter. LovERICK-On the 3rd inst, at No. 6, Graving Dock-street, the wife of Mr liovosick, of a daughter. WILLIAMS-On the 5th inst, at 36, Wyndham- street, the wife of Mr Williams, of a daughter. GORELD-On the 6th inst, at 25, Travis-street, the wife of Mr Goreld, of a daughter. CANNELL—On the 30th ult, at Pennell House, Cadoxton, the wife of Mr Cannell, of a son. BELL-On the 2nd inst, at 50, Court-road, the wife of Mr Bell, of a daughter. POZOiTER-On the 5th inst, at Holton-road, the wife of Mr Ponter, hairdresser, &c, of a daughter. MILLwARIJ-On the 30th ult, at 17, Millward- road, the wife of Mr Matthews, of a son. MARRIAGE. HARLKY—JONES—Ou December 6th, at St Athan Church, by the Rev D. Griffiths. Clifford Law- rence, eldest son of Mr E. J. Harley, formerly of Beach House, Penarth, to Kate, only daughter of Edward and Margaret Jones, Ship Inn, The Leys. DEATHS. STREET—On the 3rd inst, at 47, Palmeastown-road, Cadoxton, Harriet, widow of Mr Henry Street, labourer, aged 59 years. THOMAS—On the 3rd inst, at Langley Farm, Peter- stone-super-Ely, Catherine, widow of Mr William Thomas, farmer, aged 74 years. DEANE-On the 3rd inst, at 14, Evan-street, Barry Dock, Mr Charles Deane, dock labourer, aged 63 years. RICHARDS—On the 4th inst, at 24, Guthrie-street, Barry Dock, Florence May, daughter of Mr William Richards, coal-trimmer, aged two years- BRuToN-On the 2nd inst, at 81, Morel-street, Barry Dock, Edgar Thorne, son of Mr Albert Bruton, general labourer, aged one year. BOHN-On the 30th ult, at Penmark, widow of Mr Dennis Bohnn, farm labourer, aged 79 years. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of THOMAS FRANKS, who de- parted this life December 6th, 1898, aged 55 years. Interred at Merthyr Dovau Cemetery. A light has from our household gone, A vosce we loved is still, A place is vacant ir our home, Which never can be filled. :===--=-=-=--===.=-:=.=====

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