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BREADSTUFF'S WANTED.

BREADSTUFF'S WANTED.

THE BOARD of GUARDIANS wilt, on Tlmrxlajr, th, mil March, 1886, decUrc Controotoro for •upollUg carriage free, for Six Moutlia, with Floor, par ton; beat Oatmeal, at per ton ; Beat Floor, at par ton; best Indian Meal, at per Sealed tender?, etating auretiea, accompanied by earn?
7 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TOTI Of T HAWKS TO S» gOKW OS AT

TOTI Of T HAWKS TO S» gOKW OS AT

TOTI T HAWKS TO S» gOKW OS AT Mr M'Mahon Mid—Air Mayor and gentlemen, sure 1 express the the whole council when say that we would be uiuitting to discharge an lum perativa duty were we to separate w.tuoot passing vote or thanks to that mighty man, Sir John Gray (hear, hear). 1 sa
7 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
NIL DAV Is • raw wir psis ps. boweareepS l a y J. war& SOLLOWAY'S PILLS. TltP BLOOD. . .

NIL DAV Is • raw wir psis ps. boweareepS l a y J. war& SOLLOWAY'S PILLS. TltP BLOOD. . .

riitiv.AE (anoint Pdb are en ~ comp.ed that they norraie wholeanmely ao the Stnmarh, the Liver, 04 nine'. and •olier organs ; by correcting any 11., roirenient+ in their function, ; whereby a steady pupply 4 pare inateritle for the renewal of the Blood is frrarliel. and a ontint
7 March 1865 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
To all who wlakte upheld Nalve Manufacture. GLORNRY'S MUSTARD Han long bren celebrated for its PURITY, PUNGENVY, AND DELICACY 0?

To all who wlakte upheld Nalve Manufacture. GLORNRY'S MUSTARD Han long bren celebrated for its PURITY, PUNGENVY, AND DELICACY 0?

FLAVOUR, A/ID IS THE ONLY ARTICLE OP THE KIND Manufactured in this CMGS Xi. enrooregesmenT of lime blammfacture ie a I principle Imam which the well hasp of • country depewle, wd should mweequeatly be encouraged lay all who upbnld this doctrine. THE BROWN AND EXTRA D.S.F. Are th
7 March 1865 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—YESTERDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS—YESTERDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS-YESTERDly. (BY THLEGRArli). The ?? met at five oclock. THRt MILITARY 15OSPITAI.5 The Earl of Dalboueie ealled the attention of the ho.e. to the condition of the military hospitals at Netley ai Wcolwicb, and asked the secretary for war whether tS1 vote of 6,0001. wa
7 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
On the site a'd Gomorrah English cterprise al-out factory fitr the trading bromides Th- forty representation* M. Mertnet'n " Ro!

On the site a'd Gomorrah English cterprise al-out factory fitr the trading bromides Th- forty representation* M. Mertnet'n " Ro!

land," the Grand Pari', it sa'.u, ' produced about _ _ Bad —Th Oj>ii >it .Va'.io.tilc, I curious article of infantry, mentions that fifteen m were used t down 10,( 0 • Au< triaii" at the outside, which fchows that it' • 1 bullet* till cac, and re,'; ci-ea'-a a weight if lbs. A W
7 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORK HARBOUR—SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

CORK HARBOUR—SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

March 6th, 1865. Abbivbd—Citv of Washington (s.s.), from Liverpool, to New York, left here last Thursday, and put back, bilges choked, will coal and proceed. Sailed—H.M.S. Hawke and Gladiator; Julius, Baselow, Glasgow, grain ; O. A. Jones, Halifax, general. {By Magnetic Telegrap
7 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CATTLE MARKET—This Day.

LONDON CATTLE MARKET—This Day.

Good supply of all kinda of stock. Beef .and Mutton rerv slow of sale ; buyra disinclinod to act. Prices have a downward tendency. CalveB—alow lower ratea. Neat Porkera command extreme quotations. Supply—Beasts, 4,250; calves, 00 ; sheep, 18,790; pigs, 370 ; cows, 174. Prices, p
7 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NONSENSE ABOUT NUNNERIES.

NONSENSE ABOUT NUNNERIES.

{From the London Examiner.) Do the well-meaning people who lately assembled in St. James's Hall to cheer filthy and fanatical talk about nunneries really believe that they can worry Government into compliance with absurd demands If we may judge from the frantic tone and bearing
7 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
.CORRESPONDENCE. THE STIPENDIARY MAGISTRACY. TO THK EDITOR OF TUB DUBLIN KVKNING MAIL. Sir—Having seen your comments upon the charge of

.CORRESPONDENCE. THE STIPENDIARY MAGISTRACY. TO THK EDITOR OF TUB DUBLIN KVKNING MAIL. Sir—Having seen your comments upon the charge of

the Lord Chief Justice to the Grand Jury of the County of Meath, upon Thursday last, and fearing a misconstruction might be drawn from your remarks upon his lordship's words, 1 think it my duty, in justice to public officer, to state that no. man stands higher, or has conformed
7 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland