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DUBLIN MARKETS—TUESDAY.

DUBLIN MARKETS—TUESDAY.

DUBLIN bIARKM'3-'Fmt,.%v. Brc.d, 71d to 8d ain0 9d per 41b tcVi. Cocals, 15. to 17S Per ton-fcrlioun.' 1i C1S. t'atLcto-e, 4O Cd to Cs Cit per C L. llay, 2' 4d to 4s per crwt. Sti aw, 1.i 2r, 2s an T'rnips, I is pcr t41t. Mccngoid, lhi per tee. Cabbfgic to per doz.; York plants,
19 February 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH GREAT NORTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY.

THE IRISH GREAT NORTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY.

Ttr I~llisi GPREAT NORTHERN TE AND WESTEU . rI nsi RAI LWAY. (Flmor oR ounsonTltR) LONDON, WorNDAY.-The Tnintli half-yearly metting of tbis company was held to-day in tle conopflyaso ?? 3G, rarliaxpent-sreeL ThVere were ?? Earl of Lucan, W'DO presided; 'h0 Marquti of Sll~o, Lr&'J
26 February 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RKPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE

RKPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE

The Town Clerk read the report the Finance Committee, follows The committee have re-elected Councillor Lindsay their chairman for the present year. Since the date of last report, the collection of the police rate and arrears for IH6I amount Is 4d, £289 1 4 ... £24,149 16 1.446 3
8 February 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SWITZERLAND.

SWITZERLAND.

Bbrnk \x. 31st. —The elections to the Government th'* t'anton of Vaud took place yesterday. N t one the old members was re-elected. present circamstanccs tins considered an important event.
8 February 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADVERTISER.

ADVERTISER.

BALLYMENA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, ISG2 NEW SEASON’S TEAS. WILLIAM J. REYNOLDS Cl AN NOW OFFER, ON LOWEST TERMS, NEW SEASON’S TEAS, carefully .ekcled: SUGARS, COFFEES. SPICES, PICKLES, SAUCES, BISCUITS AND CONFECTIONARY. GENUINE DRUGS; PERFUMERY ; PATENT MEDICINES; TOILET and othe
1 February 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TUB OALP. IN DUBLIN BAT

TUB OALP. IN DUBLIN BAT

[rß'*M THE FRF.KM ’*] Dublin, Jan. 22- —About one o’clock yesterday morning one of the flevere* that have experienced for a long time broke over (he city with great violence and The barque Allan Kerr, of Carnarvon. Hughes master (and formerly the property of Mr. J.is. Barnett,of
1 February 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Post OUicc Saviugs Bank.

Post OUicc Saviugs Bank.

\V« make the following extracts from the Regulations,” signed by the Poatraaater-General, and approved ot by the Treasury. The regulations have been nude under authority the Act of Parliament, ictoria, can. 14, entitled Act to grant Additional Facilities for Depositing Small Sav
1 February 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA MODEL NATIONAL SCHOOLS.

BALLYMENA MODEL NATIONAL SCHOOLS.

Preparation for Examination fob Certificate Arts the Queen’s Universitt Ireland. TTNDER the Ordinance of the 80th January, 1860, the Queen’s University having been opened for examination of Candidates those who aie uot member* the University Mr. Given, Head Master of the Ballyme
15 February 1862 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING. FOR NEW YORK DIRECT. TO SAIL FROM CORK HARBOUR EARLY IN MARCH, HE First-Clan Packet Ship AMERICAN i- EAGLE,

SHIPPING. FOR NEW YORK DIRECT. TO SAIL FROM CORK HARBOUR EARLY IN MARCH, HE First-Clan Packet Ship AMERICAN i- EAGLE,

Captain 2,000 Toni Burthen. Ibis fine vessel, now lying the Victoria Dock, Passage, is favourably known one of the celebrated London and New York Black Cross Line of Packets, has excellent accommodation for Passengers. For particulars apply to the Captain on board, or to, DAVID
11 February 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION OF INDIAN CORN. JOHN" GOULD & Co. will SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY Next, the 13th Inst., at their

AUCTION OF INDIAN CORN. JOHN" GOULD & Co. will SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY Next, the 13th Inst., at their

Stores, Bridge, for account of the concerned, About 300 Quarters American INDIAN CORN, landed ex Bluenose, from New York (more less damaged). Also, 200 Tons Prime ODESSA CORN, in lots to suit purchasers. Sale at One o'Clock. Feb* 1862. (442) XILLINGLY, NEAR CARRIGALINE AND WITHI
11 February 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland