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BALLINTEMPLE HILL, BLACKROCK. UNRESERVED AUCTION of Excellent Modern HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE, Glass, China, Plated Articlei Engravings, Spring Bed, &c., &c.,

BALLINTEMPLE HILL, BLACKROCK. UNRESERVED AUCTION of Excellent Modern HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE, Glass, China, Plated Articlei Engravings, Spring Bed, &c., &c.,

on MONDAY 20t NOVEMBER. MR. EVANS it favoured with instructions Fran cis Murphy. Esq., who ia about to leave Cork, t Sell by UNRESERVED AUCTION, hia Residence situ ate on BALLINTEMPLE HILL, nearly opposite Tut hill's Gale, and about one and a half Mile from Cork, th entire Super
13 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Who forwarded pound tome time tioce for John Naolk and Mait MjtHoNTof the Kantnrk workhouse, is informed that the money

Who forwarded pound tome time tioce for John Naolk and Mait MjtHoNTof the Kantnrk workhouse, is informed that the money

been » gentleman ia for their benefit.
08 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

Opening Pricks.—Consols for Money, 94||. Consols for Account, 94Jj. QUEENSTOWN DAT. P.M.—Arrifcd—Trtntport ihip Alepore.
08 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEENSTOWN SHIPPING—This Day.

QUEENSTOWN SHIPPING—This Day.

Wind W.—Light air and fine. Amiykd—Cicero, Alexandria, wheat; Arethnsa, Mtmel, timber. Aw inquest held on tbe body a femtle child, which wit fonnd in a box, at Richmond Hill, about eleven o'clock yesterday morning. The was held the bridewell before Henry Jones, Etq., Coroner, an
15 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETS OF THE DUHALLOW HOUNDS.

MEETS OF THE DUHALLOW HOUNDS.

o'clock. Friday, November Two Pot House. Tuesday, do. 21 Bantyre. Friday. do. Altamira. Tuesday, do. 28, Aonalintha Chapel.
15 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN WRIGHT, HATTER, No. 16, GRAND-PARADE, RESPECTFULLY announce! the arrival of hit WINTRR STOCK of Children's Bkavir, Silk, and Felt

JOHN WRIGHT, HATTER, No. 16, GRAND-PARADE, RESPECTFULLY announce! the arrival of hit WINTRR STOCK of Children's Bkavir, Silk, and Felt

Hats, in White, and all the most fashionable shapes and colours. The Stock Gentlemen's Hati comprises all tbe latest shapes for the present season. Gentlemen's Hunting Caps. Military and Naval Uniferm Hats and Caps, Ac., Ac. [3543] DINNER 3ERVICE S . NSW Dinaer Services, Desert
15 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

Weather brilliant. Wheat—Arrivals very abort—not much doing, but market very firm at Monday's rates. Barley—Short supply—fell la. on Wednesday, W is not lower to day. Oats—Supply abort and market firm. Flour—Short aupplies—market steady.
03 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DESPATCH OF THE MAILS.

DESPATCH OF THE MAILS.

On and from the Ist of December, the Dublin Day Mail will be deipatcbed at 9.55 am., and will doe at 3.25 p.m. On and from same date, the Queemtown Day Mail will be de»patcbed at 3 55 p.m., and will be due at 9.30 a.m.
29 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF ADMIRALTY—Dublin, Friday

COURT OF ADMIRALTY—Dublin, Friday

(Before Josum Stock, Esq., Q.C., and LL.D., Judge.) collision in cork river. Fisher The Victoria. Dr. Gibson stated the ease on behalf of the promovent and intervenient. lie said—The petitioner in this case was Mr. Peter Moore Fisher, of Piltown Mills, in the County Waterford, m
29 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH OFFICERS AT the BATTLE OF INKERMAN.

IRISH OFFICERS AT the BATTLE OF INKERMAN.

Lieutenant Colonel Pakenham—lo the list of killed at the terrible of Inker man appears the Lieutenant Colonel Pakenhatn, one of the • parliament of the county Antrim. Edward W'lr was born in the year 1819, and was consent?* the 35 year of hit ag-. He was the son the Hon. Sir Her
29 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland