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BIRTHS. EVANS—January 21st, the wife of Mr. Robert Evans Brynhyfryd, Llansannan, of a son-first-born. GUILePIT.ffs-February 14th, at 9, Glan'rafon Road, Mold, the wife of Mr. William Griffiths, shoemaker, of a aon. JONRs--February 19th, at Maelgwyn, Colwyn Bay, the wife of Mr. J. R. Jones, saddler, of a daughter. MATTHEWS—February 21st, the wife of Mr. John Matthews, John Street, Llangollen, of a son. ItoBERTs-February 19th, the wife of Mr. Richard Thomas Roberts, 83, Hsnllan Street, Denbigh, of a I daughter. WILLIAMs-February 22nd, at Penyball Street, Holy- well, the wife of Mr. Robert Thomas Williams, plasterer, of a son. WILLIAMS-February 23rd, the wife of Mr. J. J. Williams, 57, City Road, London, E. C., of a son. MARRIAGES. BABNETT—EVANS—February 22nd, at the Wesleyan chapel, Dolgelley, by the Rev. P. Jones Roberts, assisted by the Rev. S. Parry Jones, Mr. David Barnett, Lion Street Stores, to Miss Annie Williams Evans, Bridge Street-both of Dolgelley, DAVIES—OWEN—February 24th, at Tabor chapel, Criccieth, by the Rev. W. B. Marks, Mr. Robert Evan Davies, youngest son of Mr. Ellis Davies, Fedwarian, Bala, to Miss Mary Owen, daughter of Mr, William Owen, Braichysaint, Criccieth. ;ON.ES--BA:TTEN -February 20th, at the Independent chapel, Swan Lane, Denbigh, by the Rev. James Charles (the minister), in the presence of the registrar (Mr. E. Mills), Mr. Robert James Jones, mason, to Miss Lizzie Batten, youngest daughter of Mr, Thomas Batten, Chapel Street-both of Den- bigh. JONES-ROBERTs-February 20th, at Rehoboth chapel, Holywell, by the Rev. J. E. Davies, Mr. William Jones, to Miss Sarah Elizabeth Roberts—both of Brognallt Cottages, Holywell. Xzi,p,)oT-ROBEUTs- Feb. 25th, at Fron chapel, Den- bigh, before Mr. E. Mills, registrar, Mr. James Ker- foot, Mailey, Oefn Meiriadog, to Miss Anne Roberts, Brynhyfryd, Cefn Meiriadog. OWEN—ROBERTS—February 25th, at the Pendref Wesleyan chapel, Denbigh, by the Rev. Evan Jones (0. M.), in the presence of the registrar (Mr. E. Mills), Mr. David Owen, manager, Star Shop, High Street, to Catherine, fourth daughter of Mr. Edward Roberts, Castle Road-both of Denbigh. PARRY—LLOTD—February 20th, at the Fron chapel, Denbigh, before Mr. E. Mills (registrar), Mr. W. Parry, carrier, Dyserth, to Miss Esther Lloyd, Tan'raHt, Whitford. WILF,IAMS -EVAN s-Fkbr uary 13th, by license, at Moss Side chapel, Manchester, by the Rev. Ellis James Jones, Mr. John Williams, carrier, to Miss Mary Evans, Meyrick House-both of Dolgelley. DEATHS. BITH:ELL- February 22nd, at Holywell Road, Flint, Sarah Anne, wife of Mr. Thomas Bithell, master mariner (only daughter of the late Mr. Roger Jones, Rose Hill, Holywell), aged 27 years. DAVIES -February 22nd, at Half Way Cottage, Golch, near Holywell, Mr. John Davies, joiner, in his 82nd year. Fooo-February 20th, at High Street, Northop, Mary, relict of Mr, John Fogg, aged 73 years. JosES-February 13th, very suddenly, Mrs. Grace Jones, the beloved wife of Mr. Meredydd Jones, Cyn!as Bach, Cefnddwysarn, aged 69 years. JONES—February 15th, Mr. D. Jones (senior), Poct-y- meibion, Tregeiriog, aged 90 years. JONEs-February 24th, Eiluned Hefin, the beloved child of Mr. and Mrs. T. Charles Jones, Holland Villa, Denbigh, aged 8 months. JONEs-February 22nd, at The Square, Buckley, Mary Jones, aged 75 years. JONES-February 23rd, Sarah Anne, the beloved daughter of Mr. Evan and Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, Ty'otwlJ, Llantysllio, near Llangollen, aged 21 years. LEWIS—February 20th, Willie, brother of Mr. D. G. Lewis, solicitor, Bala, aged 18 years. LEWIS—February 22nd, at 1, Garden Place, Mold, Mary Lewis, aged 71 years. LLOTU—February 17th, Mr. Hugh Lloyd, High Street, Bala, aged 69 years. TABBY -February 23rd, after a brief illness, Mr. T. Parry, Bryn Rhedyn, Clwtybont, near Carnarvon, aged B0 years. PaITCHARD-February 19th, after a long illness, Mr. Hugh Pritchard, 188, Vine Street, Liverpool, aged 72 years. PCSH—February 20th, at Pwllglas, Mold, George Frederick, infant son of Mr. W. H, Pugh, aged 14 months, ROBERTs-February 22nd, Margaret Jane, infant son of Mr. Richard Thomas and Mrs. Gwen Roberts, 83, Henllan Street, Denbigh, aged 4 days. JMlTH-February 19tb, at Pentre Halkin, near Holywell, Mr. Joseph Smith, plasterer, aged 49 years. STEWABDSON—February 21st, at Brook Cottages, Wepre, Connah's Quay, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Alfred Stewardson, engine driver, aged 64 years. VILCOOK-February 18th, at Eaton House, Leeswood, Dora Wilcock, aged 3 year3, WILLIAms-February 20th, at Main Street, Buckley, Frederick William, infant son of Mr. William Wil- liams, aged 2 months.

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