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I Births, Sfarriages, Deaths. BIRTHS. BURFORD.-On the 8th instant, at Place Villa, Redbrink-crescent, Barry Island, the wife of Mr Robert Burford,channel pilot, of a son (stillborn), MARRIAGES. —MORGAN.—On the 4th instant, at the Parish Church. Kilypebyll, Pontardawe, by the Rev W. J. Davies, assisted by the Rev Walter Jones, vicar of the parish, Mr Morgan Davies. of tne firm of Slessrs Hughes and Davis, solicitors, Cardiff, to Miss Elizabeth Morgan, youngest dau^btpr of 1H r Daniel Morgan, Alltwen, Pontardawe. MICHAEL—SHELLARD.—On the 10th instant, at Tynewydd-road English Congregational Ghapel, Barry Docks, by the Rev J. Mydvr Evans, minister, Mr William Henry Michael, coal- trimmer, 177, Gladstone-road, Barry Docks, to Miss Emily Shellard, third daughter of Mr Charles Shellard. foreman at the Brattice Cloth and Rubber Works, Newport. Mon., and niece of Mr and Mrs W. James. Richmond Villa, Kings- land-crescent, Barry Docks, — The hride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr W. James, was attended by Miss Sissie Michael, sister of the bridegroom, and Mies Maud Sheiiard, sister of the bride, Mr T. Harries being best man. DEATHS. DUNN,—On the 5th instant, at 13, Clive-rosd, Barry Island, Mr William Frederick Dunn, boat- man, aged 44 years. JON.ES.—On the 7th instant, at Prisk Farm, Welsh St. Donat's, Mary, widow of Mr Rees Jones, labourer, aged 73 years. JONES.—On the 9th instant, at 4. Harbour-road, Barry, Mr William Jones, locomotive engine driver, aged 61 years. Funeral will leave the house Saturday, at 4 p.m., for Merthyr Dovan Cemetery. KITLKY.—On the 3rd instant, at 20, Railway- terrace, St. Andrew s, Mr Joseph Kitley, house painter, aged 55 years. LEWIS.—On the Sth instant, at Cross Farm, St. Andrew's, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Rees Lewis, farmer, aged 50 year?. Funeral will leave the house on Saturday, at 1 p.m., for St. Andrew's Churchyard. MASLIN,-On the 5th inst, at 38, Newland-street, Barry Docks, Edith Mary, wife of Mr John Thomas Maslin, ship's painter, aged 21 years. HADCLIFFE. On the 2rd instant, at Elmwood, Dinas Powis, Annie, wire of Mr Rees Radcliffe, step-mother of Messrs Henry, Dan, and Charles Radcliffe, shipowners, Cardiff, in her 61st year. SACRE.—On the 8th instant, at 112, Barry-road, Cadoxton-Barry, Ivy Madeline, daughter of Mr Walter Robert Sacre, fishmonger, aged three years. SURRTDGE.—On the 9th instant, at 46, Bell-street, Barry, Alice May, daughter of Mr Ernest Sur- ridge, labourer, aged seven months. IN MEMORiAM. WELLINGTON.—In loving memory of Edwin, my beloved husband, who was accidentally killed at the Commercial Dry Dock. Birrv, on Jane 12th, 1901. God. in His tender care, our loved one keepeth, And softly whispers to our hearts He is not dead, but sleepeth." WIFE AND CHILDREN.

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