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â» ABERDOVEY. THE DEVIATED RAILWAY.âThe new archway of the tunnels was finished, we are told, on Saturday night. THE RECENT STORMS.âA contemporary pub- lishes the following:âA schooner (the Jane Ellen) arrived in the bay on Sunday morning, laden with 'culm,' and hoisted signals of distress. The 'James Conley' steamer was sent out to assist, as also was the life-boat, but the schooner being grounded they could not move her. The steamer put back for a rope, but she also got aground^ and about'the same time the life-boat, which had remained with the ves- sel, got aground too. The steamer could not return till dark, by which time the schooner and life-boat had gone further into the bay for shelter. The steamer being unable to find them again retired the wind at the time was blowing a hurricane from the north-east. The schooner and life-boat remained in the bay all night, but, we are glad to say, were able to get into port at 8 o'clock on Monday morn- Another schooner (the Azoff) laden with coal, dragged her anchor when in the river, and was car- ried by the violence of the wind and waves against the landing-stage, on Sunday morning. Both the stage and the vessel were damaged, but to no very great extent. CHEERING.âTheDenbighWorking Men's Reading K Reereation Rooms are entirely free from debt,â have during the past year received £ 54 15s. 4d., and spent £52 14s. 2d. THE Naval Reserve of Wales, says a contempo- rary, is as follows:âAberystwyth 19, Beaumaris 43, Carnanon 1^4, Cardiff 141, Cardigan 45, -Llanelly 40, Milford 38, Newport 6, Swansea 225, < making a total of 711." j LIFE-BOAT. « ABEBDOVEY. During a heavy gale from the E.S.E. yesterday j (states Mr. David Williams, of the Customs), a 1 schooner was seen with a signal of distress flying. She had failed to beat up the harbour against the ( gale, and was anchored close to a bank on which a í heavy sea was breaking, and there was danger of her going on the bank, as her anchors were drag- 1 ging; the "Royal Berkshire" life-boat of the ( National Life-boat Institution and a steam-tug 5 thereupon promptly put out to the assistance of the ressel. The steamer, however, having to return for a tewing hawser, went on a shoal, where she S remained: the life-boat was heartily welcomed by I the schooner's crew, who were nearly exhausted with their labours. Some of the crew of the life- boat then went on board the schooner, set one of her sails, and took her under the lee of some sand hills j which offered shelter, "here she was anchored. The master and crew desired that the life-boat should { stand by them in case their vessel should again ( drive, and the boat accordingly remained alongside t all night. This morning the weather having slightly moderated, the life-boat assisted in bringing the 8 schooner safely into harbour. She is the Jane Ellen, c of Aberystwyth, bound from Neath to this port' with a cargo of culm. The cost of this life-boat was benevolently collected a short time since in the county of Berkshire, by Captain Stephens, of the Reading Bank, and other gentlemen, and presented to the National Life-boat Institution, and this is ( the first service she has had the opportunity of ren- | dering since she has been placed on her station. Morniug tar. c

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