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The New Bullet.—The government have pretented Mr. Pritcheti with £1,000 for improving the bullet which they have adopted. person named

The New Bullet.—The government have pretented Mr. Pritcheti with £1,000 for improving the bullet which they have adopted. person named

Sngrue, residing at the Rock in thii town hat a hen whose eggs generally contain two yolks.— Six those eggs were placed under her and this due time, twelve healthy young chickens, two out of each egg" mide their appearance.—Tralee Fast.
24 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE OF HOUSE PROPERTY.

SALE OF HOUSE PROPERTY.

SALE HOUSE PROPERTY. Mr. Peter Pennington offered for sale at bis Auction Rooms, Patrick Street, interest in one house and three cottages, situate at Wise's-hill, Sunday's-well road. The premises were only built wiihin few years. Estimated profit rent, £31. The first bidding £100
31 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INCREASING CIRCULATION OF EXAMINER.

INCREASING CIRCULATION OF EXAMINER.

For the three months ending March S3, 1954, Stamps issued by tbe Examiner was 45,000—which, even sap. posiog no further increase during tbe year, raiao»eer aniHMri circulation to 180,000, our weekly circulation ts 3/471, our daily circulation to 1,157.
31 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON PRODUCE MARKET, THIS DAY.

LONDON PRODUCE MARKET, THIS DAY.

No public tales sn<s scarcely inytbing pasting privately through market this day.
31 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC FOR THE PAST WEEK.

RAILWAY TRAFFIC FOR THE PAST WEEK.

opeoert —v Railways. iBsa IRISH. / 7" S7| 37| Belfast and Ballymena .. .. 834 697 — Belfast and County Down.. 20 20 Cork and Bandon .. ! 194 Cork, Blackrock, and Passage .. 255 193 53 Dublin and Drogheda .. ..{ 1709 71 7i Dublin and Kingstown ~ .. 919 1095 Dublin and Belfast Jun
29 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK, BLACKROCK AND PASSAGE RAILWAY.

CORK, BLACKROCK AND PASSAGE RAILWAY.

directors' report for SIXTEENTH HALF-YEARLY GENE- I RAL MEETING OF THE 8H AREHOLDERS OF THE COMPANY, I TOBE HLLD ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. Gentlemen—The traffic of the Line is gradually and steadily developing itself, shewing increase of Receipts during the past six months of £354 17s.
29 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The New Battery for the Defence of Liverpool. —The fortification in the course of erection the northern extremity of Liverpool

The New Battery for the Defence of Liverpool. —The fortification in the course of erection the northern extremity of Liverpool

is rapidly approaching towards completion. It consists a ten-gun battery of solid masonry, forming the seitment of circles, with two square towers, on which four larger guns will be placed. There is a spacious quadrangle in the centre, a magazine to contain ammunition for the se
29 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF LORETTO CONVENT, DOLLYMOUNT.

DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF LORETTO CONVENT, DOLLYMOUNT.

With sincere regret we have to announce the almost total ruin by lire of the spacious and beautiful conventual building in the vicinity of Dollymount, dedicate! to the service of religion, and occupied for many years past by the pious Sisterhood of our Lady of Loretto. The site
29 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE VACANT COMMISSIONERSHIP.

THE VACANT COMMISSIONERSHIP.

Rumour was busy yesterday in the Hall of the Four Courts, that centre of gossip in which all " expectants" congregate when a vacancy announced. The lamented death of Mr. Baldwin was the topic of universal conversation, and, in connexion with the sad event, every coterie had its
29 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OP THE COKK EXAMINER. Sir, —The following reply to an attack upon me in the pages of

TO THE EDITOR OP THE COKK EXAMINER. Sir, —The following reply to an attack upon me in the pages of

the Lancet the 6th intt., having been denied insertion in lhat publication, I compelled to request a place for in your columns.—Yours, most respectfullv, JOHN PATTISON, M.D. 31, Grosvenor-street, 23rd May, 1354. " To Mr. J. B. Hannaford, Trevalga Slate Company, London. Sir, —My
29 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland