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PUBLIC NOTICE.

PUBLIC NOTICE.

THE SUBSCRIBER be.'S to announce that, in the coarse of the present or ensuing month, he will RETIRE from the BOOKSELLING and RETAIL STATIONERY departments of his business ; and his shop will be converted to other purposes. The SPACIOUS WAREROOM the rcre of his premises will, as
25 January 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE

GREAT CLEARANCE SALE

CLYDESDALE HORSES, WEST HIGHLAND CATTLE MILCH COWS, SHEEP, YOUNG STOCK, OATS, POTATOES, IMPLEMENTS, 4c., 4c. WILLIAM AND THOMAS ORR, havin? disposed of their Interest in the Lease Castle Farm, Glenarm. County Antrim, will Sell bv AUCTION, without reserve, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
25 January 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lair" lor Dio Week.

lair" lor Dio Week.

Fairs which fall on Sunday, and some which fall on Saturday, are held on the Monday following.] Antrim. —Gtenarra. Monday, January 27. Ballyclare, Tuesday. January 27- Connor, Saturday. Peb. 1. Armagh. Killilea. Maghery, Friday, January 31. Poiuupass. Saturday, February I. Cavan
25 January 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Windham Lunacy 4Ju»e.

The Windham Lunacy 4Ju»e.

[Before Sajicel Warren. Esq. Q-C, Master in Lunacy, and Seecjal Jury.]
25 January 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Another Velverton Case.

Another Velverton Case.

Lonoworth, or Yelverton, who has of late been so often in our legal reports, has raised an action of damages against Mr Walker, of Dairy, Scotland, advocate, who is married to a sister of Major Yelverton. The summons contains the following statement* for the pursuer: (1) —The pu
25 January 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN ICE CATASTROPHE.

AN ICE CATASTROPHE.

A sad accident eccuried Sanday, in the water M the " lake'' m the Bou ite Boulogne, Pari*. At o'clock the afternoon some thousands of persons wen amusing themselves the ice. On); a portion of the lake »u safe for skaters, aad ropes were drawn actual to mark the dangerous spots.
25 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DORNAN'S QUADRILLE BAND, HAVING tha honour ef performing before the Lords Lieutenant of Ireland several owwou, will ATTEND BALLS this

DORNAN'S QUADRILLE BAND, HAVING tha honour ef performing before the Lords Lieutenant of Ireland several owwou, will ATTEND BALLS this

Season Ulster on the shortest notice. Pn*ate Parties provided with any number, from Solo Instrument to full Band. J. DORNAN, Conductor, 26, Joy Street, Music Warehouse, Castle Place, Belfast. 00UGH, OOUOH NO MORE TH» tm hail sad MlabnM Pahnoala COOQH Muft aaa now only ks obtaine
25 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—Yesterday. (Before Mr. Justice Hayes.) rirbon association. The Queen v. John Mulrine and others. Mr. Irvine said, on behalf of the traversers, he had to move the Court that they be admitted to bail. Counsel moved on the affidavit of Mr. John M'Crossan, the
25 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TERRIBLE CALAMITY IN THE HARTLEY COLLIERY.

THE TERRIBLE CALAMITY IN THE HARTLEY COLLIERY.

{From the Times of yesterday.) Shields, Thursday Morning.—The sinkers have been pursuing their labours during the night make the shaft in Hartley New Pit secure from the fall of stone, and to effect better ventilation in the workings; but until these are finished no active opera
25 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE—CORK HARBOUR.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE—CORK HARBOUR.

January 24, 1862. Arrived—Mary Rtonhouse, Finley, Liverpool, general cargo, for Bombay, put in with loss of spars, sails, Ac.; colliers— Florence, Smith, Hibernia; European (s.s.), Liveipool, for Limerick—towed the Mary Stouhouse into port. Sailed—Cameo, Robson, Water rord, maiz
25 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland