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SEVERE GALE IN THE CHANNEL.

SEVERE GALE IN THE CHANNEL.

SEVERE GALE THE CHANNEL. The fine steam-packet Salirina, tarker commander, which trades between Cork and Bristol, experienced severe gale on her last voyage across the Channel, from the first to the last-named port. The Sabrina left Cork harbour at twelve o'clock Tuesday, tbe win
23 October 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FOREIGN SPIRIT TRADE.

THE FOREIGN SPIRIT TRADE.

London, Oct2().-—The Rum market still continues very setive and prices hsve again advanced, and consideiable busioesa has been done in all descriptions—the total of the week in first hands have amounted to about 1500 puncheons Rum—Jamaicas have realised from 4s. Bd. to st. 2d. p
23 October 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Why Mdlle. Cbdvelli Ran Aw at.—Some elimmering of light begins be thrown upon the onset of the sudden disappearance of

Why Mdlle. Cbdvelli Ran Aw at.—Some elimmering of light begins be thrown upon the onset of the sudden disappearance of

Mdlle. Sophie CroTelli. It is not true, as his been asserted, that she has taken to flight because her name did not appear on the bills en videllt neither is it true that has sacrificed her lucrative engagement in Ptria for a still more lucrative engagement America. She has bolt
23 October 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LIEUTENANT MAZSE'S RIDE.

LIEUTENANT MAZSE'S RIDE.

(From Punch.) After Alms'a glorious battle, Raglan, having W" Said, •' I wiah could know It." " Well," said Maa* " then I'm man." .. " Would," Raglao, could bring hia fleet toßels*" Bay" Msxse said, " HI ride baek, then, bin, and Ua you eay." But," said Raglan, "my good fellow,
23 October 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Bandon Fair.—October 29th falling on Sunday, tbil fair will be held on Monday the 30tb. Tbe bazaar in aid of

Bandon Fair.—October 29th falling on Sunday, tbil fair will be held on Monday the 30tb. Tbe bazaar in aid of

the Magdalen Asylum £250. A superb cbair, presented Mra. Leahy Arthur, and the admiration of all visitors for its costly material, and exquiaite construction, realiaed by tickets the sum of £46, and fell to the happy lot Mrs. Daniel Murphy, Cork.— The magnificent alter vestment
27 October 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK UNION-Wednesday.

CORK UNION-Wednesday.

. Mf. Hu«n the Chair. Stat* Ik* Ho*te- —Total admitted durin* the week. Its I birth*. I ( it the Uit week, 2.383 ; discharged, | 13; remaining, J,809 ; in hoapifal, 720. la the bona* oo 24th, Oct., 1833, 3,767; in hoepitgl, 1,0861 Oat., 1813. 3.184 ; ia hot pita I, 1,193; 14tb O
27 October 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

DB. BAE'b LETTPE. Repulse Bay, July 29, 1854. Sir, have the honour to mention, for the information of Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that, daring journey oyer tbe ice and snows this spring, with the view of eompleting the survey of tbe west shore of Boothia, I met with Es
28 October 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
f-IINGER LIQUEUR, (An excellent Stomachic.) beg to call the attention of our Customers and the Public generally to the above

f-IINGER LIQUEUR, (An excellent Stomachic.) beg to call the attention of our Customers and the Public generally to the above

Delicious and wholesome Liqueur ; being on Brandy, it will be found to surpass In quality any other that has been offered for sale. The price per Flask extremely moderate. KIN A HAN asd CO., CARLISLE BUILDINGS, and Cordial and Rectifying Distillery, __ 4, BURGH-QUAY. FIRST-CLASS
23 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES COMMISSION.

INCUMBERED ESTATES COMMISSION.

Sales in Belfast—A portion of the estates of the late Sir Arthur Chichester, Bart., count; of Donegal, was offered for sale yesterday, Mr. G. C. Hyndman, the Commercial-rooms, Belfast, and Mr. Henry Russell was declared the highest bidder for the sum of 2,6002. This sale, althou
27 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL AMERICAN BABY SHOW.

NATIONAL AMERICAN BABY SHOW.

THE RISING GENERATION IN ARMS. find in the Cincinnati Timet the following account one of the most remarkable fairs of that go-ahead country, held at Springfield, Clark county, Ohio. It is refreshing change from the dry columns of political resolves and convention speeches :— The
27 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland