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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS BIRTH. CARTER.-On Tuesday, February sth, IQI8, to the wife of Mr. S. J. Carter, late A.I.E., The Broadway, Crickhowell, a daughter. MARRIAGES. DAVIES—SAYER.—On February 12th, 1918* at St. Thomas's, Upper Clapton, London, X" by the Rev. W, T. G. Kemp, M.A., Warren Powell Davies, of Old Court, Llangattock Lingoed, to Annie Lila (Nurse) Sayer, eldest daughter of the late William Geo. Sayer, of Beccles, Suffolk, T and of Mrs. Hogg, Stamford Hill, London, N. No cards. HARRIS—WILLIAMS.—On February 12, at All Saints' Church, Newport, by the Rev. W. Williams, George, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harris, Llwyndu, Abergavenny, to Mary (May), second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, The Grove, Allt-yr-Yn Newport. (By license). STEELE—JONES.—On February 9th, 1918 (by licence) at St. Mary's Church, Aberga- venny, by the Rev. M. E- Davies, Pte. Percy Steele, Cheshire Regiment, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Steele, Crewe, to Nellie Joyce, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Jones, Castle Street, Abergavenny. DEATHS. MORRIS.—On February ist, at Chapel House, Llanfoist, Louisa, wife of Arthur Morris, aged 32 years. In Loving Memory of Edgar (Jack) Collins (Gunner, R.G.A.), who died of wounds at 2nd Australian Casualty Clearing Station, France, February 17th, 1917.—Sister Ada, Bourne Bark, Earls Croome, Wcrcester. + THANKS. Mr. Arthur Morris and family wish to thank all kind friends for sympathy in theit sad I bereavement.