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THE RUSSO-TURKISH WAR I

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BALA.

PWLLHELI.

j PORTMADOC.

BARMOUTH.

DOLYDDELEN AND VICINITY.

ABERDOVEY.

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ABERDOVEY. THE LATE STORM. The weather here lias been any- thing but seasonable during the last fevt days. Sun- day, the 15th July, was exceptionally tempestuous, there being a high wind with a heavy downpour of rain, with- out an instant of cessation all day. The river became much swollen in consequence. Considerable loss must have been sustained by some holders of land contiguous to theDovey, as a great number of carcases of sheep were seen floating seaward. They were at once laid hold of by order of the Inspector of Nuisances, FRONGOCH QUARRY.—The working of this quarry, which is close to Aberdovey, is about to be resumed, and on a more extensive scale than before. Several hundred quarrymen, it is said, will be at work within a few weeks. This, no doubt, will be a great boon to the neighbour- hood, a boon in which Aberdovey will largely participate. UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.—In the list of the success- ful candidates at the recent London University Matricu- lation examination the name of Mr. H. L. Jones, late schoolmaster at Aberdovey, occupies a place in the first division. The successful candidate was prepared by Mr. E. Hughes, Dinas Mawddwy.

BORTH.

PENCARREG.

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w HOUSE OF LORDS.—THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-WEDNESDAY.

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