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ABERAYRON. BRITISH SCHOOL SCIENCE CLASS.âThe following are the results of the science examination held in June :âPhysiography Elementary stage, passed, Mary Green Jones, Jenkin Rees Jones, David Evans (first class), E. Jenkins, M. Davies, J. Enoch (second class). Section I., passed, Isabella Jones and Timothy Jones. Mr J. R. Davies, the headmaster of the Aberayron British School, who taught this class, has reasons for feeling proud of the results which he has achieved. THE "NORSEMAN" RESCUING THREE MEN.âOn the last voyage of the s.s. Norseman to Bristol when off the Monk Stone, which is situate between the Flat Holmes and the English and Welsh grounds lightship, during a gale from the south- east, accompanied by a terrific thunderstorm and when H.M.S. "Arrogant" was engaged in the mameuvres of bombarding the Flat Holmes, the look-out man sighted a small open boat with three men apparently in difficulties and who seemed to be making frantic efforts to attract the attention of the steamer. The steamer made for them and with great difficulty got them on board. Their boat was waterlogged. They turned out to be three young men from Newport who had crossed to Weston during the day for a day's enjoyment and who, in returning, were caught in the squall. They were kindly treated and lauded at Barry.

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