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FIRE IN YOUGHAL.

FIRE IN YOUGHAL.

A TIBE broke out about five o'clock this morning, the house of Mr. Hingston, grocer, Main-street, Youghal, and spread with such rapidity that, when discovered, most of the inmates, who were in bed at the time, were obliged to wrap the bed clothes or whatever else came most readi
24 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Styles o* Consolation.—A Man's—Well, I'll tell you what you most do. A Woman's— Ah ' I told bow it would

Styles o* Consolation.—A Man's—Well, I'll tell you what you most do. A Woman's— Ah ' I told bow it would

be.
24 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A CURIOUS SCENE.

A CURIOUS SCENE.

Mat be witnessed any day in several parts of Constantinople. After the late financial crisis the Government notified that it would exchange Turkish pounds for caime, the rate of piastres the pound. The current rate of exchange is 21S piastres to the pound, and it is not therefor
24 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Manufacturing Districts England. comprehensive return of the present state of employment in the cotton manufacturing districts Lancashire shows of

The Manufacturing Districts England. comprehensive return of the present state of employment in the cotton manufacturing districts Lancashire shows of

257,392 oparaU.es who, under ordinary circumstances, would be employed, only 69,0<X> art working full time, while 161,000 are working ahort time, and 27,000 are entirely without employment.
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CASE OF MR WINDHAM.

THE CASE OF MR WINDHAM.

THE CASE OF WINDHAM. Commission op Lunacy—London, Thursday. THIRTIETH DAT. Mr. Coleridge, Q.C., proceeded to address the juiy on behalf of Mrs. Windham. He said he should have been happy to have left the case in the hands of Mr. Karalake, i who had so ably addressed them; but as
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ignorance of English Peasant. —I recollect some years ago being in Hampshire. I went out of my house in the

Ignorance of English Peasant. —I recollect some years ago being in Hampshire. I went out of my house in the

morning with the Times my hand, and going into the garden I found a 1 tbouriug man whom rather liked shrewd, clever fellow. He said, "Any news, sir, this morning?" 44 Yes," I replied, "rather bad news. 44 Bad news; what's that, sir V " Why " I said, 44 the Duke of Wellington is
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

COURTOWN COURSING CLUB—JAN. 22. SECOND DAY. Stewards.—Michael Aylmer, Esq.; Nicholas Gannon, Esq.; Francis Colgan, Esq.; William Coates, Esq.; John H. Nangle, Esq.; Mathew Coates, Esq. Henry Aylmer, Esq., Secretary and Treasurer. Flag Steward. —William Whyte, Esq. Judge—Ralph We
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
failings. WATERFORD MILFORD HAVES ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS DAILY COM M I C A X I 0 (Sundays Excepted) Bktwf.v.n the

failings. WATERFORD MILFORD HAVES ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS DAILY COM M I C A X I 0 (Sundays Excepted) Bktwf.v.n the

South of luelanp, South Wales, and England, Via Waterford and Milford Hawn, in connexion vith Express Trains the Great Western, South Wales, Waterford and Limerick, Waterford and Kilkenny, and other Trains in the South of Ir land. . Fast and well-appointed steamers, carrying Her
24 January 1862 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MICHAEL HARTIGAN

MICHAEL HARTIGAN

HAS been favoured with instructions from T. O’Bbiev, Esq, of Limerick, to Sell by perfectly Unreserved Auction at Newpallas Railway Station on Tuesday, 28th lust, sale to commence at Oue o’clock precisely, 50 Highly-bred Three Years Old In-calf Heifers; All In«calf to Thorough-b
24 January 1862 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The Rev Cannon Stanley has been appointed to ac« company the Prince of Wales on hia tour to the East. A son of Lord Clauwilliam will also accompany the Prince. Calcutta telegrams quote freights for Rieo to London, 7716, and the Exchange, 235. The Shareholders of the Commercial U
24 January 1862 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland