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HYDROPATHY. The hydropathic; establishment, carrig- MAHON, MONKSTOWN, CORK, unsurpsssed for AIR, WATER, AND SCENERY. Dr. CURTIS uses Auxiliary to the

HYDROPATHY. The hydropathic; establishment, carrig- MAHON, MONKSTOWN, CORK, unsurpsssed for AIR, WATER, AND SCENERY. Dr. CURTIS uses Auxiliary to the

Water Cure, (hat moat excellent system, the HOMCEOPATHIC. Dr. Cu»tin can be consulted Daily at the Establishment, «r at 42, PATRICK STREET, CORK. (272) GRAND DRESS BALL. MRS. LUBY respectfully announces to her Pupils and the Public that a BALL will take place at her Academy, 3,
12 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

Advices have been received by telegraph from Constantinople to April 10th. Varna,which was only defended by 6,000 men, hadasked for reinforcements from the combined fleets. The English and French troops which have arrived Gallipoli will, it is said, be ordered there. There is a
19 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALTIC.

THE BALTIC.

The first prizes taken by the English cruisers are three ships laden with salt. They have been Kioge Bay. has been ascertained that the Russian force afloat in the Baltic amounts to thirty sail of the line and corresponding number of frigates, steamers, and smaller craft, whose
19 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

The closing accounts from the Paris Bourse laat evening shew again an increase firmness. At Vienna, also, there has been an improvement, the Funds have advanced per cent., while the rate of exchange London has receded to 13-6. Yesterday the creditorj were called together of Mr.
19 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
umm3. the 10th inst., the Bank of Ireland, New Ross, the lady of John M'Conkey, Esq , of a son.

umm3. the 10th inst., the Bank of Ireland, New Ross, the lady of John M'Conkey, Esq , of a son.

April 25tb, at the I'alace, Armaria, Malta, the Marchioness St. George, of daughter. Feb. 25th, at Government House, Colombo, Ceylon, the lady Romer, 59th Regiment, Private Secretary his Excellency the Governor, of a daughter. April at Bournemouth, Hants, the Hon. Mrs. H. Manner
19 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
UNRESERVED AUCTION AT LISNALEB, NEAR BALLIN TEMPLE, BLACKROCK ROAD, Of Houaehold Furniture, Valuable Greenhouse Plants, (bout 200 Loads of Prime

UNRESERVED AUCTION AT LISNALEB, NEAR BALLIN TEMPLE, BLACKROCK ROAD, Of Houaehold Furniture, Valuable Greenhouse Plants, (bout 200 Loads of Prime

Manure, Butts and Tackling, Metal Pumps. Water Barrels, Metal Roller, Hot-Bed Frames, Timber, Spanish and Cochin China Fowl, Yorkshire Pigs, &c., &c. WILLIAM MARSH and SON beg leave to announce that they have been honored with instruct ions Capt. Huband (who ahnni leaving Cork)
19 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUNGARVAN DEFENCE FUND. Monday Evening. Mr Dear Mr. O'Callaghan,—l beg enclose you small contribution of One Pound for the

THE DUNGARVAN DEFENCE FUND. Monday Evening. Mr Dear Mr. O'Callaghan,—l beg enclose you small contribution of One Pound for the

" Maguire Defence Fund." lam sincerely delighted to find be bat had tuch a triumph, becaute I respect bis talents, and eolertain a high opinion hit personal honor and patriotism. Believe me, my dear Mr. O'Callaghan, your! very sincerely, P. D. O'Regan. C. R. O'Callaghan, Esq., K
26 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INCREASING CIRCULATION OF THE EXAMINER.

INCREASING CIRCULATION OF THE EXAMINER.

When giving tbe Stamp Returns furnished the Government of the Cork Newspapers, asserted that we bad vastly increased upon those returns. We said so, because wo knew such to be the fact. Here is the proof. On Monday last, April 10th, Messrs. Christopher M'Dokkell and Sons, of Dub
28 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir, —On return home from parliamentary dutiea my attention was this morning directed

TO THE EDITOR OF THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir, —On return home from parliamentary dutiea my attention was this morning directed

to an article in your paper of the 7th instant in reference to my motion on Irish University Reform." Admitting fully your right to criticise my conduct as a public man, even when it is exercised to gratify personal animosity, claim for myself the privilege of vindicating that c
17 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS OF DUNGARVAN. Before leaving London, Mr. Maguire addressed letter to Lord Canning, representing the grest inconvenience from which

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS OF DUNGARVAN. Before leaving London, Mr. Maguire addressed letter to Lord Canning, representing the grest inconvenience from which

the me chants, traders, and other inhabitants of thst town suffered in consequence of various bad arrangements connected with its postal communication. Amongst others, he alluded tothe late delivery of the most important mails, and th» absolute impossibility of replying to busin
17 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland