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irtqø, ¡,tan-i«øe9, an BIRTHS. JONES.-A,ugue,t 5, at Ynysior, Amlwch, tA Captaiin and Mrs R. T. Jones, a son. JONES.—Augusx bin, ait 12, Tcmpie Bar Square, Denbigh, the wife of Mr John Jv. & daughter. MARRIAGES. EVANS—EDWARDS.—July 30th, at Fron; CJhapel, Denbigh, by the Rev. J. O. Jon^ and the Registrar (Mr Gwilym Parry), Hugh Edward Evan.?, Brortallt, llenHaii, to Jaoo Edwards, Garnedd. Llaruiefydd. EDMONE^—BARNISH.—August 3, at Sfe Peter's, LLanbedir, Ruthin, by tlie Rerv* Herbert Edancwids, M.A., vicar of St. Alban's, Rcclndaie (father of the b-ride- groom), assisted by the Rev. Thomas Jcneafc rural dtea.11, rector ul Tobe parish, Stanley Herbei-t Edanonds, of Windermere, to Edith Lilian, ektar daughter of the late Wiiliaia Oousdon Barnish, M.R.C-S., M.O.H., of Wigan, and of Mrs Bajaii&h, Biundeiif-aii-lis. JONES—ELLIS.—Aug\iFit 3rd, at Bethania Chapel, Biaenia-d Feetiaioig, bv the Rev. Rhydwen Parry, P.C, John Jcnes, Bala, to Nell EEis, the only daughter of Mr ancf Ivlrs Robeirt Eilis, Bryn Eiiian, Biaenau F eetiniog. DEATHS. H ASS ALL.—August 4, at Gordon Hoiise. head, aged 70 years, Joseph, the devoted husband of Margaret Hats ail, and late chief superintendent City Police Force. OWEN.—August 5, ai Mount Farm, Amlwch, after a long ard painful illness, aged 22 years, Hughie, the dearlj^beloved fourth son of Captain and Mrs Richard Owen, of 84. Nerwby-street, IvirkdaJe. OWEN ■ —Auy*ust 9, at his residence. Rhcsddu-road, Wrexham, Rov. Gnffitk Owen, Welsh C.M. Minister. PEARCE.—July 22, -at Penirhyn Isa, PenrliyH Bay, Edith Mary, aged 105 years. MBERTS.-J,aly 21st., Jane Lloyd., the dearly loved daughter of Robert and Elizabeth An?* Roberts, of iiysfaem, l at the early age of 16, and was interred at Llysfeen Ghujxhyard on JuOy 25th. WILSON.— August 6, suddenly, at Beaumari% Lily A., the dearly-beloved wife of James P. Wilson (of Anfield), and third daughter 01 Ca-ptain T. Stubbs. CONDOLENCE. Mr and Mrs Pearce desire to thank all kin £ friends for expressions of sympathy with them in their.sad bereavement. 23241 p. Mrs Carver. Poplar Grove- Llanrwm, sincerely thanks thfv-e numewxis friends who ex- pressed sympathy with her in her bereave- mont on the loss of her dear father, Da-" De Charles Evans, F.G.S.

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