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ST. VINCENT DE PAUL BAZAAR.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL BAZAAR.

The grand drawing in aid of the funds of the St. Vincent de Paul Society has been postponed until Monday next, but we have reason to suppose the intervening period will not b« lost, the zealous supporters of the Society wdl avail of the interval to increase the number and value
17 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT SOUTHERN AND WESTERN AND MIDLAND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANIES. The following correspondence has taken place between these companies since

GREAT SOUTHERN AND WESTERN AND MIDLAND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANIES. The following correspondence has taken place between these companies since

the meeting of the Midland Company, ou the 4th instant:— Midland Great Western Railway, Dublin, 7th April, 1854. "Sir —I have been directed to transmit to you,fortbe intimation your board, a copy a resolution passed at meeting of the proprietors of this company on the 4th inat.,
17 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

learn from Gibraltar, that on the 23d ult., draft* of the and 47th Regiments had arrived there, under the command of Major Farren, the 47tb, after a very good passage of five days from Liverpool board the 6crew steamer Taurus. The Lords of the Treasury have intimated the Commiss
10 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. April I, at I/mdonderry, tbe wife of CantainSeton Lionel taith, Re?t., of daughter. The oifeof John Greene, Eaq., J.P.,

BIRTHS. April I, at I/mdonderry, tbe wife of CantainSeton Lionel taith, Re?t., of daughter. The oifeof John Greene, Eaq., J.P.,

of Cappamnrra ti daughter. April 4. at Freacati, niackrock. Dublin, the wifa John Pin#- kett, Kau., of a (laughter. O'Connelloe Glebe, Co. Clare, the lady of tbe lUr. Ada* Boyd, of a daughter. April 6, at Tynan Abbey, co. Armarh, M'Qintock, daughter. February at Kirkee, Bombay,
10 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

AFFAIRS Ot THE EAST. V ibn'na, Saturday, 10 a.m.—The Fremden Blatl, a doubtful authority, says that the Turki have crossed the Danube al Simnitza. There had been hard fighting for some days. The latest intelligence from the Danube says that the Russians were continuing to cross
03 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
We announced on the last day, with such a brief expression of opiuion as the time we learned the fact

We announced on the last day, with such a brief expression of opiuion as the time we learned the fact

peruiitted, the intended increase the price of gas. our present impression will be found the report of tbe meeting of the Improvement Committee, at which the statement to this effect was made, and which we wish to accompany with a few remarks. The Gas Company is a peculiar conce
03 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUNGARVAN PETITION—DEFENCE FUND.

THE DUNGARVAN PETITION—DEFENCE FUND.

Mallow, April 13, 1854. Sir—Accept tbe enclosed Pound contribution to the Fund for defraying the expenses of tbe Duniarran Petition, to which Mr. Maooirk would not be exposed if he showed himself as faithless to solemn engagements the political clique from which he has suffered
14 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON, IN aid of ST. MARY MAGDALEN'S ASYLUM, under cars of the Sisters of Charily, will be

THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON, IN aid of ST. MARY MAGDALEN'S ASYLUM, under cars of the Sisters of Charily, will be

Preached in CATHEDRAL, the hour of One o'Clock on Sunday the 23d loit.,by the Very Rev. MICHAEL O'SULLIVAN, V.C. (1151) A BAZAAR and DRAWING will be held in the CONVENT SCHOOL ROOM CHARLEVILLE, ONE o'clock, on TUESDAY, the 18th imtant, in aid the Sick Poor viiited by the Sitteri
14 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Mysterious Case.— Suspected Murder. -A .report ■•a prevalent in Cavan in the beginning of the week that young man of

Mysterious Case.— Suspected Murder. -A .report ■•a prevalent in Cavan in the beginning of the week that young man of

the name of Drum, who lived with hi. relalions a place called Drumhoura, Bear Aryagh. and who died .uddenly some days ago, had come his death on. fair means. The particular! of the are simply these: The father the young man referred was married twice ; the children by ih'e first
26 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD CARDIGAN AND COMMON SENSE. THS EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sin—As io your publication of this morning there appears a

LORD CARDIGAN AND COMMON SENSE. THS EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sin—As io your publication of this morning there appears a

letter signed Common Sense" in which oam« is, I consider, brought in a very unfair and unnecessary way before the public, I feel myself called upon to point oat you not only the unfairness but the absence of all common sense displayed the whole of that anonymous publication. In
26 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland