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PRIME CHEDDAR CHEESE.

PRIME CHEDDAR CHEESE.

WOODFORD, BOURNE & CO. have just received a very Choice Parcel of Prime Rip* CHEDDAR CHEESE, selected from one of the best JBiHish Dairies, and which they can strongly recommend to their Friends and Customers. WOODFORD, BOURNE & CO., PATRICK STREET, CORK. (883) * 27 dr VICTORIA,
3 March 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ADIEUI

ADIEUI

(For the Cork Constitution.) •* Fare-thee-well, farc-thee-well Thus ««« guy young Under emboweredinrcße*-- •' Fleeting the dew drops, and frail Is the goiuen ugn thehonzon ™n“t Hopes thataround into story. .. grieve of the richest hue, Ever and aromduraw «hi tomb , fancy t-ning.
3 March 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NUNNERIES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND ELSEWHERE.

NUNNERIES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND ELSEWHERE.

NUNNERIES GREAT BRITAIN AND ELSEWHERE. a Lady Correspondent of (he Morning Adver' tiser.) One the reasons wh--ch I have heard assigned for the premature death the majority of the nuns of the Pious Heart” is the insufficiency of the nourishment afforded by their daily meals. One t
3 March 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPPOSED FENIANISM-CAPEL-STREET POLICE COURT-Thursday.

SUPPOSED FENIANISM-CAPEL-STREET POLICE COURT-Thursday.

SUPPOSED FENIAN ISM-CAPEL-STREET POLICE COURT-Thursday. Thomas Quinlan, who was described as of 78, Latimerstreet, Liverpool, seaman, was brought before Mr. Stronge on remand, charged with " presenting revolver pistol, loaded with powder and ball, at one of the passengers named D
3 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Mitbdbb —At Hull, Saturday night, police apprehended a labourer, named Jamea Clark, on a charge violently assaulting Elizabeth Colon, a

Mitbdbb —At Hull, Saturday night, police apprehended a labourer, named Jamea Clark, on a charge violently assaulting Elizabeth Colon, a

woman ' about years of age, and thereby causing her death. appears that for a considerable period the prisoner bad cohabited with the deceased, and frequently ill-treated her. On Friday night he went home very drank, when found the woman in company with a roan io a passage near
3 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HEAD POLICE OFFICE—Yesterday.

HEAD POLICE OFFICE—Yesterday.

A Lunatic in St. Patrick's Cathedral.—A young man named William Graham was brought up in custody the police, charged with having created a disturbance St. Patrick's Cathedral in the morning. It appeared that Graham, who respectably connected, and has tilled several positions of
3 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF MONAGIIAN. Monaghan, March 2.—The Right Hon. Chief Justice entered the Crown Court at two o'clock p.m. aitende,! William

COUNTY OF MONAGIIAN. Monaghan, March 2.—The Right Hon. Chief Justice entered the Crown Court at two o'clock p.m. aitende,! William

F. V. Kane, Esq., High Sheriff of couut The Commission having been read by Thomas D. Bourne, Esq., Clerk of the Crown, the grand jury were re-sworn. His Lordship addressed them as follows:—Sir George Forster, and Gentlemen of the Grand Jury, gives very great pleasure to inform y
3 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Accident on board Indian Steamer.—The Rangoon left Bombay on the 13th January, for Suez, with the Overland mails, and Ihe

Accident on board Indian Steamer.—The Rangoon left Bombay on the 13th January, for Suez, with the Overland mails, and Ihe

fourth day from leaving that port a portion of the contents of the powder magazine exploded. The hatchway leading thereto and a portion of the dock were blown away, and the moment of the disaster a native nurse with a European child, whose mother was a passenger on board, were s
3 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
|'j<IlE ANGEL HOTEL, INNS-QUAY, DUBLIN. This Hotel is First-class in all irs appointments, having the modern improvements found in the

|'j<IlE ANGEL HOTEL, INNS-QUAY, DUBLIN. This Hotel is First-class in all irs appointments, having the modern improvements found in the

Continental Hotels. Grand Table d'Hote Room. Ladies' and Gentlemen'* Private Drawingrooras. Commercial Smoke and Billiard Rooiqs. Ladies* aud Gentlemen's Bath Rooms, Lavatory, and Sleeping Apartments for 120 Persons. The present Proprietor, 1). J. BERG IN, Has in no way deviated
3 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Diamonds, emekalds, pearls, GOLD. SILVER, WATCHES. PLATED WARE. Ac. tire almost daily asked—" you buy old things for We invariably

Diamonds, emekalds, pearls, GOLD. SILVER, WATCHES. PLATED WARE. Ac. tire almost daily asked—" you buy old things for We invariably

answer. "We do, provided they are good." We give the very beat price that can possibly be obtained for any of the above articles, and we then re-make, remodel, melt them, th" case may be, and re-sell them at the lowest possible remunerative rate of profit. These facts we are anx
3 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland