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We understand that, on the receipt information of private and exclusive character, addressed to the representative of a lireek use

We understand that, on the receipt information of private and exclusive character, addressed to the representative of a lireek use

in Cork, the gentleman connectcd with that firm purchased in this city, on Saturday evening, corn amounting to the value of £30,000. The purchase made by the gentleman referred to included tons Indian corn, £12 to p*r ton, cash, less 1 per cent. ; and 5,000 barrels of Gbirka and
06 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The investigation into the murder of Elizabeth Mullans will resumed at o'clock to-morrow in the Court House Blarney. The public

The investigation into the murder of Elizabeth Mullans will resumed at o'clock to-morrow in the Court House Blarney. The public

interest has been still more excited the admissions made in the gaol the prisoner Connors, and the declaration signed him, in the presenco of Mr. Knaresborough, will be probably produced in evidence to-morrow. The firmness which the prisoner maintained on the occasion of the two
06 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PITCH PINE TIMBER. D EAVES BROTHERS ire now landing Barque Dunhrody" cargo Ihe above very Prime Quality direct from "

PITCH PINE TIMBER. D EAVES BROTHERS ire now landing Barque Dunhrody" cargo Ihe above very Prime Quality direct from "

Savannah," consisting of 300 loads of Timber and tome Maat Pieces of Superior Description. Penrose's Qoay, Feb. 27th, WM. (566) TIMBER FOR SALE. FOR Sale at OLD DROMORE, situate one mile from Blackwater Quay, large quantity Prime OAK TIMBER, suitable for Ship Building, Boat Huil
06 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK MARKETS, Saturday.—At this day's market there was a good supply of wheat, oats, and barley. Some fluctuation prices during

LIMERICK MARKETS, Saturday.—At this day's market there was a good supply of wheat, oats, and barley. Some fluctuation prices during

the week, but little alteration in this day from last Wednesday's quotations. Wheat, Is. 9d. 2a. for fine samples. Oats, 12, d. to ISjd. Barley, 13id. to UJd. per atone. Price of Butter.—Firsts, 965.; Seconds, ; Thirds, 88».; Fourths, 80s.; Fifths, 00s.; sixths oa». ; and 00s. o
06 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HARBOUR BOARD—This Day.

HARBOUR BOARD—This Day.

M. Hayes, Esq., in the chair. A letti* wu read from the Admiral alating that in consequence of the way the vessels were crowded the hirboor, he had obliged to employ nne of her Majetty'i tleamert to tow Ihe ichool to *.he mooring oppoiite Haulbnwline the able lo work up with the
01 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE CORK AND BANDON RAILWAY.

TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE CORK AND BANDON RAILWAY.

TO THE SHAREHOLDERS THE CORK AND BANDON RAILWAY. Gkmtlimin.—lt ippetri that there it to be meeting of Cork and Bandon Shareholder! in Dublin, on next Monday, at which deputation of direclori from London ii to attend. May I implore you to take meaiurei to bring back the management
01 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HYDROPATHY. The hydropathic establish west, carrig. MAHON, MONKSTOSVN. CORK, onsurpaaaed for Air, Witer, and Scenery. Dr. Curtiw n»ei in Auxiliary

HYDROPATHY. The hydropathic establish west, carrig. MAHON, MONKSTOSVN. CORK, onsurpaaaed for Air, Witer, and Scenery. Dr. Curtiw n»ei in Auxiliary

the Water Cnre, that moat excellent system, the lIOM(EOPATHIC, with the beat and most satisfactory results. Dr. can consulted at the Establishment, or at 42. PATRICK STREET. CORK. (272) DUNGARVAN UNION. SCHOOLMASTER WANTED. THE BOARD OF GUARDIANS of thii Union will, their ordina
01 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BV-Sol# at th« Champion** Offlce,

BV-Sol# at th« Champion** Offlce,

BV-Sol# th« Champion** Offlce, « Pat me in the same room." says an old phil<M»- pber, •* with a number young girls, and 1 will leu woo, when the postman knocks, merely by watching the looks of some, and the actions others, bow many them are in love.” The perpetrator of the follow
25 March 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HAIR, COMPLEXION, AND TEETH.

THE HAIR, COMPLEXION, AND TEETH.

¥ , HEIR Preserration, Iroprorement, and Self-ma- uagement, with important and really necessary informa.ion on the EYES. EARS, HANDS & FEET. Numerous Recipes for the most Fashionable Perfumes and useful Preparations, with a mass information calculated to enhance the personal gra
25 March 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMON SENSE FOR SIXPENCE!

COMMON SENSE FOR SIXPENCE!

A Book for Young Men. By Physician. For Ih* Public Good and the suppression of Quackery. Numerous anatomical descriptive Engravings, price fid ; through all Booksellers, in sealed Envelope, sent Post free for 10 Postage Stamps. SILFNT BINTS on Certain Subjects; a Medical Mentor
25 March 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland