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REPRESENTATION OF TRALEE—SPEECH OF THE O'DONOGHUE.

REPRESENTATION OF TRALEE—SPEECH OF THE O'DONOGHUE.

The O'Donoghue, who was received with rapturous applause, addressed the assembled thousands follows:— Fellow-country men, Mr. Mulcbinock has told you about some of the fine promises that Mr. M'Kenna has made, but I think that if he waits to realise those promises until he is mem
9 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SELLING A WIFE AT WOLVERHAMPTON—SINGULAR CASE.

SELLING A WIFE AT WOLVERHAMPTON—SINGULAR CASE.

will no doubt the recollection of some of our readers that a few weeks ago a paragraph went the round of the papers, the effect that a man named Samoel Jones residing at Wolverhampton, bad cold his wife and three blooming children to an American adventurer for the mo* derate sum
9 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO THE SOLICITOR-GENERAL.

DINNER TO THE SOLICITOR-GENERAL.

Edward Sullivan, Esq., her Majesty's Solicitor-Genera! for Ireland, was entertained, his numerous friends of the Munster Bsr, on Thuredsy evening, upon his official retirement from the circuit. The dinner, which waa given in the Antient Concert Hall, Great Brunswick-street, and
27 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The three men and three women captured on suspicion of being concerned in the great city burglaries, were brought up

The three men and three women captured on suspicion of being concerned in the great city burglaries, were brought up

at Bow-street on Saturday. Mr. Walker, Corohill, identified the property found in their possession. The prisoners were remanded.
27 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
No Medicine for the cure 01 Anilimi, Consumption, end i Coughs wet ever attended with inch speedy and unfailing |)r.

No Medicine for the cure 01 Anilimi, Consumption, end i Coughs wet ever attended with inch speedy and unfailing |)r.

LOOOCK'S PULMOMIO Wa»EBB. Iu every newspaper end periodical in the kingdom may be »een tea- < their wonderful efficacy. intern end Pub- ] lie Speakers they are invaluable fur clearing and strength, ening the voice. Price la. I§iL, 2s. 9d., 6u., end lis. per bosj all Medicine Ven
25 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COOPER OPERA COMPANY.

THE COOPER OPERA COMPANY.

Thi following copied from the Muiutir Seat of Satnrday last: I CLOSE OP THI COMPANY'S ENGAGEMENT LI MSB ICX —PRESENTATION TO TONNELIBR. " Last night the entertainmentu were for Madame Tonnelier, and tbe theatre was filled with such numbers, as, we believe, were never crowded int
2 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK HARBOUR—SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

CORK HARBOUR—SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

February Ist, 1865. Arrived Cumberland. Dnon, Cardenas, sugar; Florine, M'lotyre, Callao. guano; Harmonie, Keverley, Calloa, jruano ; Mary Mino, Watterton, Liverpool, general, to St. Michael's, put windboand; Coucordis, Schmer, Odessa, maise; Aune, Watson, Odessa, maisa; Wm. Car
2 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. January SO, the wife of Richard J. Scallan, Esq., a daughter January si, at 4, Boiton-street, Dublin, the wife

BIRTHS. January SO, the wife of Richard J. Scallan, Esq., a daughter January si, at 4, Boiton-street, Dublin, the wife

of James Mokmy, Esq, a sen. January 28, at Upper Portland*place, London, the Hon. Mrs. Edward Pereira, or a son. This morning, at the Catholic Charch, Queeustown, by the Rer. Dr. Administrator, Mr. Patrick Barrett, to Margaret, daughte« of the late Mr. J. Ronayne. On the ultimo,
2 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OP COBK. FELLOW CITIZENS, compliance with requisition signed * vast pro- J- portion of

SO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OP COBK. FELLOW CITIZENS, compliance with requisition signed * vast pro- J- portion of

the Liberal Electon the City, I bare «oo«»tad «to allow myself pat in nomination for the vacancy in represeotatioa, caused by the retirement mf Dr. Ltoits. w While fro* others not known to public life, detailed •xpression of the opinion® aod principles which they •ought the suff
2 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
KANTURK UNION—Thursday.

KANTURK UNION—Thursday.

r * C. J. Daly, V.C., in the chair. OTSn Guardians present Messrs. D. M'Cartie, J.P. J. Rah illy, H. Keller, J. Hennessy, T. Claraon, C. D. Curtin, T. Sullivan, J. Lane, J. Gallagher, J.P. J. Nunan, G. Smith, (New.) J. O'Keeffe, T. Bolster, T. Linehan, and B. Verling, J.P. OF th
24 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland