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Market Intelligence.

Market Intelligence.

I sv TiLioaara 1 I-ONPOJf, rmdw Sn«ar—Market oaiet for new refined, aad rates unaltered Fair supply Coffee good demand Fine ordinary plantation Ceylon. licol ordinary native Ceylon, «-s lid Tea- Plenty on offer Market dull Kates easier for China. Rite —Fr*e sale for soft grain,
7 February 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FANCIFUL ADVERTISEMENTS.

FANCIFUL ADVERTISEMENTS.

Wi extract the following items from a number of the New York Waver ley Magazine : A young man, about twenty yean age, a musician, wishes to correspond with many Unionloving girls feel inclined to write. He has one thousand postage stamps to spare, and think* be can aniwer one th
7 February 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
gT. PATRICK'S ORPHANAGE, CRVMLIN ROAD. rat aWNUAL 90IREE AND BALL I is ai» , PATRICK'S ORPHANAGE, BOAD, WILL HELL W

gT. PATRICK'S ORPHANAGE, CRVMLIN ROAD. rat aWNUAL 90IREE AND BALL I is ai» , PATRICK'S ORPHANAGE, BOAD, WILL HELL W

THE ULBTER H ALL, y EVENING, Wtb FEB., 1865. ru o» TBI AT O'CLOCK. !l excellent quadrille band -11 h. to Attendance. to commence w Nine o'clock, Ceremoniee—Mr. Geo. WABHISGTO*. ADMISSION, * ... 5* Od f Ticket (to Admit Three), 12. Od - 4 c»b be had Mr. W*. CorriT's And Xr. skill
7 February 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR FOURTEEN DAYB ONLY! COMMENCING THIS DAT, AND FOLLOWING DATA B. & E. M'HUGH WILL offer for SALE, GREATLY REDI

FOR FOURTEEN DAYB ONLY! COMMENCING THIS DAT, AND FOLLOWING DATA B. & E. M'HUGH WILL offer for SALE, GREATLY REDI

CRD PRICES, the remaining portion their Extensive Stock DRAPERY GOODS, Previous to entering on their New Premises, 10 & 12, ROSEMARY STREET. The Stock consists of French Cashmere*, Fancy Dresses, Coburga, Alpaca*, Winceys, Shawls, Paisley and other Scarfs, Baize and Marseille Qu
7 February 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Extraordinary Explosion.—ln the year 1849 Messrs. Copestakes, Moore, and Co., the Manchester warehousemen and silk mercers, erected a drinking fountain

Extraordinary Explosion.—ln the year 1849 Messrs. Copestakes, Moore, and Co., the Manchester warehousemen and silk mercers, erected a drinking fountain

for the use of those passing through the city. It was placed on the south-east end of Row Church. For a day or two past those who had been drinking the water complained that was highly impregnated with gas, but nothing particular was noticed until Friday night, #hen person livin
7 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF TIPPERARY.

THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF TIPPERARY.

The resignation of Sergeant Howley, the respected Chairman of the County Tipperary since 1835, if not already forwarded, is contemplated. The probability if that Tipperary will be, by order of the Privy Council, divided into two second class counties of £900 a year each. Two app
7 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IN consequence the REDUCTION of the 18th DEPOT BATTALION, it requested that all agaioat the OFFICERS" MESS may be aent

IN consequence the REDUCTION of the 18th DEPOT BATTALION, it requested that all agaioat the OFFICERS" MESS may be aent

to the of the Committee, New Barracks, i'ermoj, on or before the 10th of February, 1866. H. L. M'CAUSLAND, Captain. 2nd Bat. 11th Regiment, P.M.C. New Barracks, Fermov, Jan., 1866. (344) BE LET, the UPPER PART of HOUSE in the most central part of PATRICK-STREET (North side). _ I
7 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SIXTH GRAND JUVENU* NIGHT.

SIXTH GRAND JUVENU* NIGHT.

npiIEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. For the convenience Persons at distance. and the Juvenile Rmncheaof Families, the jwrfonnancea will commenoa at Seven o’Clock, and b»* arrana> , *l that the Pantomime will terminate at halfpast Nine, and the performuncea conclude a quarter Ten o’Clock. T
7 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRACT FROM THE IRISH TIMES.

EXTRACT FROM THE IRISH TIMES.

arc glad to peroare that the Services of the Citv Analyst have Wn made available m a way which likely great service to the Public. " Mr. Srm mKfu . of Mcatb-sticet, one of the most extensive Bakers in this City. ha« ropicsted him to pay periodic and unexpected vi«iu his Bakeries
7 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PHARMACEUTICAL KIES. DISTTLLEI

PHARMACEUTICAL KIES. DISTTLLEI

APOTHECA OF FLOWEHB AND PERFUMED WATERS, PROPKIKTORS. ErtuhlluhH A.D.. m\. aiiH Co.>£ Under Patronnije of the NobUitr. Gentry, the Medical a-Hl the Public. The Proprietor* must they will not be .teemed jwe- TOmntnnu* in inriting the attention the Medical Profcwion to the peculia
7 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland