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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE-This Day.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE-This Day.

Opening Prices.—Consols for Money, 92> ; Ik fc account, 921 2 p.m.—Contois for Money, 911 92 ; Do. account,
27 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
| EMIGRATION AMERICA. " SWALLOW TAIL." PACKET SHIPS. ' Ships. Captains. Tost, Sail. ASHBURTON, .. BRADISH .. 1150.. 21* Not.

| EMIGRATION AMERICA. " SWALLOW TAIL." PACKET SHIPS. ' Ships. Captains. Tost, Sail. ASHBURTON, .. BRADISH .. 1150.. 21* Not.

CONSTANTINE, .. M'William, 1250.. Dec. LIVERPOOL KKARMBT ... . . CORNELIUS GRINNBLL, Fi.tTCHmn,l4o»..' AURORA .. BotinwG.. (new ship).. 1560.'. QUEEN OP THE WEST, Hallstt, 1500.. ONTARIO Wood, (new ship).. 1500,. -• ALBERT GALLATW, DELANO, .. 1600.. AMERICAN UNION, Killet, .. It
27 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MACROOM WORKHOUSE-POOR LAW INVESTIGATION.

MACROOM WORKHOUSE-POOR LAW INVESTIGATION.

On Thursday last an investigation was held Mr. Hall, Poor Law Inspector, into the stste of the Mscroom workhouse, having been represented to the Commissioners Mr. James Welply, poor law guardian, that several tross and serious abuses existed. Amongst the chsrzes preferred, which
20 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ANNIVERSARY SOIREE OF THE CORK YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY.

ANNIVERSARY SOIREE OF THE CORK YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY.

The Anniversary Soiree of society took place on Monslay, in their Urge hill or reading room, Caatle-itreet. The room, which wit moil toitefully decorated (or the occasion, pretexted very pleating and inimited appeirince, sad the pretence of large notnber of ladici added conii- J
20 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Contract! were entered into on Toeidey at the Roval William Victualling yard for 2,900 quarter, Engliih wheat—vix.. e, ,ri. Stoat

Contract! were entered into on Toeidey at the Roval William Victualling yard for 2,900 quarter, Engliih wheat—vix.. e, ,ri. Stoat

and Co., Briitol, 1,000 at 79i. £?•' ** ***• W.; and Messrs. Collier Brother!, rivisnaith, 900, 79,. The average rate taken at tha Bt,nnU y "" "»• M- «0 bag. "" from the Royal Clarence from tsuthampto* to Toulon to embark troop* for tbe
20 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

CORK IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

Imports, Nov. 14.—1000 matte, barreia' oaU, bundle! itavei. Exports.—44 ucki oatmeal. 969 lack! 1773 barreli 15 puncheon! oati, 110 cow hidei, 12 bale! feithera, 3 bbdi 13 casks proviaioo., 10 kilderkins porter, casks whiskey, boxes egg. and poultry, 387 iheep, pigi, 31 heid cat
20 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DIRECT FROM CORK FOR NEW YORK, Tt Sail the 25/ A November, first-class d«w American Ship, -ROBERT CARNLBY," U. P.

DIRECT FROM CORK FOR NEW YORK, Tt Sail the 25/ A November, first-class d«w American Ship, -ROBERT CARNLBY," U. P.

Dubfet, Commander. Burthea, 2,000 Tost. Thi» beautiful Ship it now lying Passsge, baa very •uperior accommodation in lbs Poop, for a limited nsabar P*ssengers. Provisions of tbe beat qulity will ba faithfully supplied according to law. 2*lbs. Bread, lib. Flour, 51b*. Oatmeal, 21
20 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The late gunpowder explosion Newcastle, produced such terrific consequences, and two nore recent catastrophes of the same kind in Ireland,

The late gunpowder explosion Newcastle, produced such terrific consequences, and two nore recent catastrophes of the same kind in Ireland,

folio*, ing each other within a few days, ought to sngßestt# the Government the necessity of imposing more »tringent regulations on the custody of that article. Maturing the chances of such accidents against the iieoaveniences attending the enforcement of greater esitioc, wc ccr
17 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FERMOY UNION—Wednesday.

FERMOY UNION—Wednesday.

Richakd Carroll, Esq., Chairman. Tn* other Guardians present were—John G. Nason, J.P., V.C.; Arthur John Campbell, J.P.; Captain Lucas, J.P.; Denis Downing, Henry Pr-ard, J.P. ; James Morrogh, John O'Sullivan, John Fetnan, William John Day, and John Thomas Collis. State of the H
17 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPER! OR SWAN SKINS. R EA E TORAL lnd WELCH FLANNELS, BLANKETS all Sizes, TICKENS, TOWELS, ind TABLE LINENS in

SUPER! OR SWAN SKINS. R EA E TORAL lnd WELCH FLANNELS, BLANKETS all Sizes, TICKENS, TOWELS, ind TABLE LINENS in

great Variety and very Cheap. JOHN DALY 6c CO., <0, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET. [3374] SELLING OFF UNDER FIRST COST PRICE. T»OSE who want WINTER GARMENTS hate now an opportunity of Selecting from the LARGEST STOCK CORK, the following Reduced Prima WINTER COAT Coat €2 0 0 now Stilling
17 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland