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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND ] DEATHS. J BIRTHS. JONES.—To Mr. and Mrs. Isaac T. Jone.s at Cynghordy Farm, Morriston, a son Octo 1 er 20th. 1919. 117A10-<i5 AV ILrIA.W,' .-(in October 14th. at Plas Givyi Poutardufais, the wife of E. Arthur Wil- j liams. cf a sen. 11SA10-22 MARRIAGES. l'AYXiv-JOSKPH.-On October 22nd, at St. I James' Church. Swansea, by tb-o Kev. R. C Knox. Frederick Charles, only £ on of Mr. and the late Mrs. T R. Payne. Ulen- owen." Bryn-road, Sua rise L to Kate, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Joseph. Wind- sor-terrace. Swansea. 117A10-25 PHILLIPS—COLE.—At Clyne Church, by the Rev. Harold Williams (Vicar of Oyster- mouth;. William Rees Phillips and Minnie1 Cole, daughter of John and the latp Annie Cole. of Manseltcn. 117A10-73 LL'WIS—OWEN.—On Sunday 19th October. I at Memorial Chanel, bv the Rev. F. C. White (pastor), Ruti Louie (Louie), youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. John Owen, of 11 Westbury-street. to Reginald Walter (Beg b eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Lewis, of 53 Waterloo-place, Brynmill 117A10-23 DEATHS. ¡ rGWELL.On October 19tli. at Trijsymoiid I Glais Morgan Powell, aged 74. Public funeral 'rhursdy 23r,l. for AHtwen grave- yard. C-Ut-22 THANKS FOR SYMPATHY. I JOXES -Mri;. Charles Jones and family I Dillwyi: Square, Brynhyfryd, desire to thank all iriende for their kindness atiu ¡ sympathy shown them in their recent sad bereavement, alco for kind letters tilci ¡i floral tributes sent. U7A10-24 CREEK.ti-,s Creek and k',imi'v, 6. Nelson- terrac-. desire very eircerc-ly to thank friends for eympathv. letters, and floral tributes LI their sad bereavement, 112A10-23 IN MEMORIAM. I J?tF?.—Er oof am Trevor, ein anwyl frawd, yr bwn a- fu farw yn I'frainc, Hyuref 2-1, 1916.—0ddiwrth Jane a Willie, Morris- street, Treforis. 118A10-22 JOH.-K' eof am Trevor yr hwn fu farw 1 ar faes y gad, Hydref 21st. 1918.—Oddiwrth Auntie Biod, a Beacie yn Nghlandwr BE VAN —Jn loving memory of Jonathan William BeHUJ, Drake Batt., R.N.D., who was killed in France, Oct. 216t, 3916.—Al- ways remembered by bis Mother. Brothers and Sister. 117A10-25 DYER.—In loving remembrance of our de- voted son, Thomas James Dyer, 43, Com- pass-street, Mansclton killed in action. Oct. 22nd, 3916.—Sadly missed by his Mother, Father, Sister and Brothers. 117A10-23 HUGHES.—In affectionate remembrance of David Hughes ships' rieger, who passed away on October iy'8 Not dead to 113 who loved him. but only gone be- fore."—From wife and daughters. 144A30-24 WILLIAMS.—In sweet and loving memory of our dear son. Lieut W Bernard Wil- j,a,m, 14th Battalion Welsh Regiment, killed in action in France 20tb October, 1918. From father and mother, 22, Mor- fydd-f-treet. Church Souare. Morn-ton 114A10-24 LEWIS.—In loving memnry- of Pte John Lewio. who parsed aivtv on October 20th, 1915. Days of eadness still come o'er us. Tears of sorrow tift-i flow Memory keeps him ever near U3, Though he died four years ago. Ever remembered by his, loving wife. fon. daughters. 114A10-22 HOWELL.In loviiier tnemorv of our dea^ father Edward Howell of Southend. Mumbles who passed awoy October 22nd, 19.8. Fondly remembered by bis loving wife. sons, and r'n.ns'hter.j A lihti from our household gone, I The voice we loved is stilled; A mace i> vacant in cir heart* Whu-b never can be filled 118A30-?? '1' YLOR.- I:: lovin:r memory of mv dear luisoand Ptc. D J. Ta.vlo- killed in tion October 21st, 1918. Too well loved to la. for:ro1 ten Frjeridp. may think that I forget you, I at times they o me smile; But thev little know the sorrow Which that HajJ" hidee all the while. arllT n.irsed by his sorrowing wife and IUNDEi; —In loving remembrance of uut clear dad who departed tbb, life on Octo- ber 2iiid, 1918. Oit timeo we sit and think of YOU. « ben we are all alone; Fo: uf-iiiory is the only thing That grief can call ita own. fe^ -oms da.r we hope to mee: you. sonie (lav-we wiie,n J -o shad clasp your lianj in the Better I Land And neve part again Ever remembered by h? afFertwnate pou Albert. I?uie. A die 2 nù Mori a. 118A30-22 CINDER In lovin? remembrance of our ?'* dad. ??' departed this life on October  9,6 w.X ns;M 55 from our household gone, Avo.ccwelovediagtiUpd- j A T,la;?? is va?nt in ou;" healu ,Lic!} never can bo 6'Icd Ever remembered by hi6 loving wife -or,, 3.18A30-22 l°Tinc memory of cur dear father. Thomas Edward Hinder, of 37. !or.  :M:aMelt'l, who died ?ctob? 22n.l. 1)!?l :1 'L'nt?i.hodawrofcternity when we meet to part no more." Ever I l'emrml:E'J'NI by hi3 loving dat?htprs. :a?rie: also randchildren n imam Edward and little Cass ?8?10-?2 ?tV?'?'"?' ??"?.?PTT.ory of 'ViHiam. ?c  dpp?rtod husband of Elizabeth ? MH?ms. 6. Lambert Cottaga. who pa??pd a?w- a at th ?atl?a HODitaJ October 2' "dfl, y 'ris?d by,hi? 6orrowing 'inow ? ?? h? known W" ",hall I.¡now n" we ha.yp known hf! the mists h3T rolled awav. 1;SA10- MtXCHErj.A.-tr. Iov;'ic n?rrot-y of ?v dear Lmband, Pascoe Mircbflla, ?, X?'th. roa(i ?afod who paseed away on Octo- her 19j8, after a lont? iU- vc^: -\go d- Eyer remembered hy lii, sorrowing wife and children 118A13-&2

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