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The Cork Examiner.

The Cork Examiner.

M NDAT EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1854. Public indignation is constantly excited by the circumstances under which Irish-born poor arc sent back to this country. In the majority of instances the cases which come before the public are attended with great hardship and great cruelty. Up to
21 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE O'FLAHERTY SCANDAL—PROVING TOO MUCH.

THE O'FLAHERTY SCANDAL—PROVING TOO MUCH.

(From the Examiner.) Stonor I Law ley ! 1 O'Flaherty !! ! To what are we mounting up? In this ratio progression, what will be the fourth ? And the worse the appointment is, the more blameless tbe minister concerned in making it. Tnere was some little confession of error in the c
21 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOON—AUGUST. Second Quarter, Tuesday Ist, miii. sec. past 9 aflcrn. Full Moon, Tuesday Bth, min. sec. past 0 aftern.

THE MOON—AUGUST. Second Quarter, Tuesday Ist, miii. sec. past 9 aflcrn. Full Moon, Tuesday Bth, min. sec. past 0 aftern.

Last Uuarter, Tuesday 15th, 15 min. 37 sec. past 1 aftern. Ne* Noon, Wednesday 23d. 26 min. 19 sec. past 5 aflern. Second Uuarter, Thursday 31»t, 33 min. 0 »ec. past 5 morn. HIGH WATER AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. August —Morn. min. p. « Even. min. p. 4. August 23—Morn. 1 min. p. Even.
21 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH WOOL MARKETS.

BRITISH WOOL MARKETS.

London, Monday.—Since Monday last there has been improved feeling in the demand for nearly all kinds of English Wool, especially for hog, matching and picklock. Prices have slightly improved, and higher ratet are pretty generally expected. raicss. a. d. a. d. Sonth Down Hoggets
16 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CIRCULATION OF THE CORK NEWSPAPERS.

CIRCULATION OF THE CORK NEWSPAPERS.

1851. 1852. 1853. Constitution .. .. 185,000 180,000 168,000 Ex miner 174,500 172,500 170,000 Reporter 106,500 103,500 FOR 1853. Examiner, 170,000. Constitution, 168,000. Reporter, 103,500 Excess of Examiner over Constitution 2,000 Excess of Examiner over Reporter 67,000. PER WE
16 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Cork Examiner.

The Cork Examiner.

WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 16, 1854. " Pbiesily doings ia Bantry Workhouse" must have proved a captivating heading to the readers of the Constitution of yesterday nevertheless, we much fear that the perusal the long correspondence of which was the starlling herald, did not satisf
16 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MOVEMENT OF TROOPS.

MOVEMENT OF TROOPS.

At four o'clock on Monday evening three companies the2lst Fusiliers, consisting each 109 inen, five seigeants, two drummers, and about ten corporals, left Penrnse's-quay in the Rxval Alice river steamer for Queenstown, to embark in the Golden Fleece for conveyance to Varna. Majo
16 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY.

COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY.

(Prom the Timet City Article of this day, Tuesday evening.) The English Fuuds have opened this morning at a decline of but subsequently exhibited an improvement. The amount of business done during the day was very small, and the attention of the dealers was chiefly occupied with
16 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

SPAIN. A letter from Madrid, of the 7th, in the Messager of Bayonne, says '* Eapariero is ill. The Queen is constantly tears ; the barrios (low-quarters) are discontented, and seem almost disposed begin making barricades again. That the Queen is dissatisfied may easily be concei
18 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Holloway's for the Cure of RMrumatic Pain* and Tie toureux.— lira. Harriet a lady of property, Union street, Plymouth, state*,

Holloway's for the Cure of RMrumatic Pain* and Tie toureux.— lira. Harriet a lady of property, Union street, Plymouth, state*,

in letter to Professor H®" war, dated November 10th, 1852.—That she was afflicted for 0 five years with frequent attacks of Tic Douloureux ana R®"" malic pains. Medical aid had no effect whatever alleviating suffering*. The attacks left her a weaK and debilitated lion, and her I
18 August 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland