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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

The Dublin University Magazine ; Dublin, Geobgb Hebbert. Decidedly the best novel that baa for a long time appeared in thia Magazine ia the Souvenir of Chapelizod, though in the preaent number the intereat haa been allowed in aome degree to flag. Considering the uniyeraality of
13 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
APPOINTMENT or MASTER or the WOKKHOCSE. TO TBI BDITOB OP THI COBK AMINES, ® IE » only just now bad

APPOINTMENT or MASTER or the WOKKHOCSE. TO TBI BDITOB OP THI COBK AMINES, ® IE » only just now bad

opportunity observing letter from Mr. Marray, late candidate for the master •hip the Cork Workhouse, wherein he makes use of pretty strong language with reference to some of the other candidates. lam sure Mr. Murray must feel himself severely hurt and injured, otherwise he would
13 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The Cork Harriers will meet on Tuesday Jan. 14th, at Whitechurch Village. Hour—Half-past Ten o'clock The Duhallow (Visoount Doneraile's) Hounds will meet on Wednesday 15th, at Bowenscourt; Thnrsiav 16th, Cre* South Saturday 18th, Bally Ellisgate. Hour—Eleven o'clock. The Mallow
13 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MURDER OF LIEUTENANT STEWART.

THE MURDER OF LIEUTENANT STEWART.

The following is from tbe Nusseerabad correspondent the Times of India, dated Nov. £IThis station has been the scene of an act of savage atrocity, which has struck every one with horror and consternation. Lieutenant W. A. Stewart, of her Majesty's 21th Regiment, returned from pa
13 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
VETERINARY ESTABLISHMENT, 86, GEORGE'S STREET. MR. ASHE, V.S., begs to inform hia Friends and the Public that, daring temporary absence

VETERINARY ESTABLISHMENT, 86, GEORGE'S STREET. MR. ASHE, V.S., begs to inform hia Friends and the Public that, daring temporary absence

from the effect* of his late aocident, the arrangements in each Department of his Establishment will be carried osoal under the personal superintendence of R. W. Mu#- bay, Esq., a Veterinary Surgeon the highest skill and experience. Cork, December 30tb, 1861. [40731 NOTICE. MESS
13 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOON—JANUARY. New Moon, Tuesday 7th, 21 min. 37 sec. past aftern. Full Moon, Thursday 16th, 30 min. 1 sec.

THE MOON—JANUARY. New Moon, Tuesday 7th, 21 min. 37 sec. past aftern. Full Moon, Thursday 16th, 30 min. 1 sec.

past 1 morn. Second Quarter, Thursday 23rd, 11 min. sec. past 6 morn. New Moon, Thursday 30tn,24 min. 7 sec. past 2 morn. HIGH WATER AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. Jan. 14—Morn. 3 min. p.j4 Even. min. p. 4. HEIGHT TIDE AT CUSTOM HOUSE, Jan. 14— Morn. 19 feet 8 inchcs Even. 19 feet 8 inche
13 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER AND ARGRICULTURE IN KERRY.

THE WEATHER AND ARGRICULTURE IN KERRY.

Wi havo been favoured with beautiful weather for the past fortnight, weather that has, fact, done incalculable benefit to the country. The ground has become quite dry, and is in splendid order for preparing for spring work. A vast deal of land bus been ploughed up in this neighb
3 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN MAILS—IRISH PACKET STATION.

AMERICAN MAILS—IRISH PACKET STATION.

The unprecedented rapidity with which the mails received the Africa were transmitted to London, affords]a signal oxample of what can effected by the Government when it has thought right to make arrangements for the speedy communication of intelligence, and at the same time shows
3 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOL AND WOOLLEN MARKETS.

WOOL AND WOOLLEN MARKETS.

Tbadb op Leeds. Tuesday.—The market to-day has been little more than nominal; indeed it could not be expected to be otherwise at this season, the houses being all engaged in stocktaking. Very few goods have changed hands In either ball. The prospects of trade for the coming seas
3 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH PACKET STATION.

THE IRISH PACKET STATION.

The importance and value of the Irish packet station, and also of the improved packet sorvice between Dublin and London, has been pointedly demonstrated this week, in tho manner in which the government despatches, per Africa, wore forwarded. Leaving Cork at 5.7 a.m. they reached
8 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland