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THE "ECONOMIC" COMPOSITES THK " ECONOMIC" COMPOSITES are the best and ■sort economical Candied that can Died. Tbey are a

THE "ECONOMIC" COMPOSITES THK " ECONOMIC" COMPOSITES are the best and ■sort economical Candied that can Died. Tbey are a

firm white Candle, require no muffing, not gutter, give •xcelleut light, and will be found the using positively cheaper than the common Tallow Mould Candles, and onl; a trifle higher in price. PBICB—S EVEN PENCE-HALFPENNY PER POUND. WOODFORD, BOURNE, CO., PATRICK-STREET, CORK. (
1 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWN COUNCIL—This DAY.

TOWN COUNCIL—This DAY.

A special meeting of Council was held the Mayor's Office to-day. The Mayor presided. Present Messrs. G. Penrose, W. O'Connell, Barry Sheehan, J. Bogan, J. J. O'Connor, D. Gillman, C. Keller D. Finn, J. Scanned, P. O'Sullivan, tt. Brash, G. Simpson, A. Vl'Carthv, T. Jameson, J. D
11 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
j TESTIMONIAL TO J. D. CARNEGIE, ESQ. TOST BlBOirnoir. THAT MEETING desires to at 1. the departure of J. D.

j TESTIMONIAL TO J. D. CARNEGIE, ESQ. TOST BlBOirnoir. THAT MEETING desires to at 1. the departure of J. D.

Esq , late Manage of the National Bank, and they feel confident that all | classes will anxions to record their high estimation of | his character and personal worth presenting him with a suitable Address and Testimonial, and that subscription be entered into for carrying out th
11 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AWFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. DEATH OF MR. SENIOR, POOR-LAW COMMISSIONER. On Tuesday evening at about 5 o'clock, wben the up day

AWFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. DEATH OF MR. SENIOR, POOR-LAW COMMISSIONER. On Tuesday evening at about 5 o'clock, wben the up day

mail traia due at the Broadstone at five p.m., was passing the level crossing at M'Garry's Mills, about two and a-balf miles from Dublin, the driver of the train observed a slight obstruction to his engine, but he was unable accurately to ascertain the cause,in consequence of th
9 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOON—MARCH. Second Quarter, Saturday, 4th, 43 sec. past morn. Pull Moon, Sunday, 12th, 16 imin. sec. past morn. Last

THE MOON—MARCH. Second Quarter, Saturday, 4th, 43 sec. past morn. Pull Moon, Sunday, 12th, 16 imin. sec. past morn. Last

Quarter. Monday. 20th, 10 min. sec. past r.rtern. New Moon, Monday, 27tb, at min. 38 sec. morn. HIGH WATER THB CUSTOM HOUSE. March 10—Morn. min. p. Even. min. HEIGHT TIDE AT CUSTOM HOUSE. March 10-Mom. feet 10 inches Even. 19 feet 10 inches.
9 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THINKS.

THINKS.

Lying-in boodle of clothes from Miw
21 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS, All letters sent for insertion should authenticated by the signature of the writer in confidence,if his name be

TO CORRESPONDENTS, All letters sent for insertion should authenticated by the signature of the writer in confidence,if his name be

notopenly attached. When letters not so authenticated do not appear that circumstance alone may be issumed as the cause. Correspondents should be careful to write their communications upon but one side of the paper, ani on slips or pages of moderate size. All communications to b
28 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ATLANTIC CABLE.

THE ATLANTIC CABLE.

The post of commander of the Great Eastern, during the important operation of laying the Atlantic cable, ia one of much difficulty and responsibility, but an excellent choice has, we understand, been made. The directors hare selected Captain Anderson, of the Cunard mail steamer
28 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The St. Nicholas National Schools.—The Commis sioners of National Education have, on the recommendation of Edward Sheehy, Esq., District Inspector,

The St. Nicholas National Schools.—The Commis sioners of National Education have, on the recommendation of Edward Sheehy, Esq., District Inspector,

awarded a premium of ten pounds to Mr. Crawford, the head master these schools for instructing his pupils in drawing in the past year (1864).
28 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Reports have been in circulation ascribing to a very high authority a prophecy that during the present week Loudon will

Reports have been in circulation ascribing to a very high authority a prophecy that during the present week Loudon will

see the most severe snow storm that England has ever seen. Tbe2>a»7y Telegraph''s New York correspondent says the Americans are the best dressed people in the world. "Setting a mao trap," is the title given to the picture of E on g l®dy arranging her curls at a mirror. Newspaper
28 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland