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I BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. MARRIAGES. ¡ fcVANS—MUKPiiy-At St. Joseph's Roman Catho ic Church, October 26th. oy the Rev. father Haggerty, Philip ivvfcris. of Gen- dros to Violet, only daughter of Mr. Mauris Murphy, Owmbwrli Hotel 123 A.10-30 CkOLL—LLOYD.—At Cardiff October 2-3rd. Hector Macdonald, 6011 of Mr and Mrs Croii, Penartii. to Rachel Ann, eldest daughter of ilir. and Mrs IS van Lloyd. Clydach-on-Tawe. 125 A10-28 TTOIBJAS—KVAISS.—Ootobc 25th 1919, at Gomcr Swansea, (by special licence). Tern 6oi of Mr. and Mn Wm. Thomas, Giaefryn," Dunvant to Ceinwen, daugh- ipr of M". and Mr? Edward Evans, "Bryn-  aniiwgGowerton. The Re.. A. G Jamefl  Weofficip-,ted. 12aA10-29 DEATHS. IvEES —Reea. on the 26th inst.. at 11, Morley. terrace. Swansea, cuddenly; Provincial bc-cr.tarv Swansea, district. l.O.M. U .O.F. rnd of Messrs. Stockwoo-J and Williams, Bridgend Funeral on Wednesday. 29th inst lu-avins at 2.30 i).m. Cockett Ceme- tery. 123A10-29 I'EitKY.—On the 26th October, at De-la-beche House. Sketty, lIe-o. V Perry, in Qte ooth ■ year Funeral leaving residence at 2.15 p.m WemJ, for OysteVncouth Come. tery. Gcijtitnie:] only. 123A10-28 liKES.—At Elm Cottage, Llansamlet. on Sunday. October 26th Ann, the dearly-be- loved wife of M.r. Eichard Bees Public funeral Thursday, 3.15 p.m., for Bethel Chapel. 123A10-29 October 27th, at Orange Tree Ina. after short illness. W. T Wil- liam3 the beloved husbanrj of Genevere Y. Vliliiams, late of South Africa and France. Funeral Thursday October 30th, 5 o'clock, Danygraig Cemetery. Gentle- men only 123 A10-29 JOB.—Sarah Ann Job. wife of Henry Job, died on 26th inst. Public funeral will fake pla-ce 0,1 Saturday at 2.30 sharp for Dany- craiE. fro"! 1, Balaclava—stTert St Thomas, Swansea Undertaker J. Owen. 125A10-3Q JENKINS.—-On the 24th October 1919, at 5. Pentre Mawr-road. Swansea, Jenkin Jen- km*, th" beloved son of Evan and Mar- pa ret Jerkin in bis 34th year Pnl de funeral Thursday neict, at 245 p.m., for Cwmgelly — Deeply mourned. iJclNDEOR —On October 26th. at Bedford House Officers' Hospital Cardiff, from wounds received in action Lieut. Mal colm Alclnucor. LQndon Scottish a trod 21 dearly-beloved eldest son of Mr and Mrs. Neil Mclndeor, 17. Northampton-placc Swansea Funeral Thursday, 3 p.m. to Danytrrais Cemetery. For God King, and Country. 123A10-28 )TóUP0RD -At 38. Holly-street. Pont-ar- dp-we. October 26th. Jane Sophia widow of Jofcn Mumford; as-ed 79. Funeral Wednesday. October 29tu for Alltwen burial-ground, at 3 p.m. Men only C10-29 JBARD.—On October 25th. at 8. Castle-lane. Fredprick J. Bard. beloved husband of Rachel Bard; agA 45. Deeply regretted. 122A13-28 THANKS FOR SYMPATHY. IPTT^LTAll^.—Mr. and Mrs. Llewelyn Wil- liam- and Family, cf Davies-row. Tre- boeth wish to thank al! those numerous friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, and nlso thc,,ie who sent tIoral tributes. ClO-29 WaLKEII.—Mrs. Walker and family, 13. IN MEMORIAM. WILLIAM.—In loving memory of my dear husband. Thomas Williams 15, Sydney-I street Brynhyfryd, La-e G.W.R. who died October 28th 1918. Ever remembered by i Ilia sorrowing wife. ,n", and daughter. At Best memory of our dear WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of our dear brother Thomas Williams. 15 Sydney- streei. Brvr.byfryd. who died October 28tb ISIS Every remembered by his non-owing ei3ti-i.i Btvs Lucie, and Alice, neices and noohews of Coventry. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. 123A10-Z91 XtE'L^ON.—Jn loving memory of our dear 111"00 who parsed awav October Z7th. 1918 From unci>. and auntie. Cae Newydd, St Helen's road, Swansea. "He givethHio beloved rest." 1L5AJ3-A TAYLOR.—In loving memory of our dear son. Sergt. Leonard Tay lor. M.i'i.. K.U K killed in France October 28th 1917. Sadly I missed b • father, mother, and family. PHILLIPS -In sweet Imj loving memory of I' our dear Thomas Sidney (Syd) eldeut hon of Mr and Mrs. Phillips, 4. Whynd- am .strêct who died at hi" reSidcnce 30. I Crlt-on-toTac. 26th OLtob?r 1918; age 30 yerja Sadly missed bv his sorrowing ?ttother father, i?tel- and brothers. Th- call wa3 ?hoT?t, the cbock t;p.?cl,e, -v. vith onp we loved so dear; v, Mis gentift voice his smiling face, 1 here's rtom> can fill his vacant place. TI-ty will he eone." JONES.—In ever-roving memory of Jack. dearly-loved son cf Capt and Mrs. Jones, Bryn mi 11 who passed twav October /6th. 19*8. ac«M 21 is. Tie has gone from Our bom" but never from our hearts; EVT ivir.embered by dad. mam brother, pistero. 123A10-29 JONES.—In loving TnptDon, of our dear brother Jack. who pa&s«:i away October 26th, 1913 His memory is a ioar to-day As in the hour he patswri away Mid b? May, Bert, and Dorecii 123A10-29 WILLIAMS.—In affectionate remembrance of Boce Mary,bdoved wife of W. Wil- ii?ms who fell a?ieen October 27th, t9?8. From wrrowing hu>sban mother, and i little Svivia of 6. Richard-street. Man^el- t<>n Though death divides, fond memo- Ties clinE." 23AlO29 WlL]bl?7?S—To-day recaUs sad memorie- ot our d??r sister. Rue. who paesed iway • Ktober 27th. 1918. jeseJ by her ( bmtlierp and sisters. I' s swHi-t to know we'll Cltrt ag.iin, "hert. partine« are no more: And that the one we lovid so wel' Has only gone before. 123AIM-29 STEVENS—In '.ovine memory of my dear dad. Johii Stevens wh was accidentally killed at Samlet CoIIiory. Octohe" 25, 19^8 (Fondly remembered bv his loving da-isrh-" ter and crandson, Wfnni;- and Edwin Tan. iier All is L-ad within my memory. Lonely is my heart to-day, For thf one I loved so dearly Now for ever callpd away 21 A'D-n §;TFVE-N. .-In lovinsr rneiior, of John tht beMvel husband of E Stevens, 1 Railway Cottages Penin, Grpen. I;1art=amlrt who t was accidentally killed at Samlet Colliery. ) October 25th. 1918. Sadly missed by h" •orrowfne wife and children. Kitty, Lizfcb- and Jack. HI" ixorie. and the trrsvn has received him It was Jcsu3 that called him away: He' crone to fhe One that redeemed him From night to the eplendour of day 121A10-28 •eTTCVF.Nrf —In lovincr memory of my dear father John Stever^. who was accident- al:v killed at the Sarnie, Colliery Lf--„n- samlet. October 25th 1913 F.vt-r remeir bv bis eon and drmghtpr-in-law, Ilarrv aid Beatrice: also his grand- I children Jfck and Betty A lovit)" father, truf and Kind, A beautiful memory left behind 121A10-2-8

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