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THE PAPER DUTY.

THE PAPER DUTY.

Mr. Maguire will, on an early day, move for a select committee of the House of Commons to inquire into the effect of the impost duty on foreign rags upon the manufacture of paper in Great Britain. The hon. member for Dungarvan only waits the reply of the Board of Trade to the me
10 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK HARBOUR STEAM-TUG AND PILOT-BOAT COMPANY, LIMITED. To be Registered under the Companies' Act of 1862, by which the

THE CORK HARBOUR STEAM-TUG AND PILOT-BOAT COMPANY, LIMITED. To be Registered under the Companies' Act of 1862, by which the

Liability of Shareholders is limited to the amount of their Subscriptions. CAPITAL, £25,000, in 2,500 SHARES of £10 EACH. WITH POWER TO INCREASE. DEPOSIT ON APPLICATION, £1 PER SHARE on ALLOTMENT. Collt not to exceed each, and at interval? of not lest than Three Month). PROVISIO
10 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EASTER HOLIDAYS. HIBERNIAN HOUSE. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SECOND DELIVERY OF SPRING DRESSES. Particulari in future Advertisements. DALY, O'SULLIVAN & CO. (1218)

EASTER HOLIDAYS. HIBERNIAN HOUSE. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SECOND DELIVERY OF SPRING DRESSES. Particulari in future Advertisements. DALY, O'SULLIVAN & CO. (1218)

PUNCHESTOWN GRAND DISTRIBUTION. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE DRAWING, by an oversight, having been fixed for a day " Passion Week," the Shareholders and the Public are respectfully informed that the same is POSTPONED TO EASTER MONDAY. THE WINNING NUMBERS will be pnblisbed in the Freema
10 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

British Operatic Association began season f lour weeks duration in George's-street Theatre, on last Monday night, the opera being Uaritana, which followed last night by Trovator*. Both operas went perfectly ceptionably, and better than they hare been played Cork for many seasons
19 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FORESTERS' SOIREE.

FORESTERS' SOIREE.

In our report of the Foresters' Soiree which appeared yesterday accidentally omitted to state that the Band of the Barrack-street Temperance Room attended and played during the evening a number tunes with great taste and Bpirit. The following was the selection Quadrille, " Campb
19 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Auction Property.—Mr. W. March pnt op for sale bis Auction mart, South Mall, on yesterday the interest in two bouses

Auction Property.—Mr. W. March pnt op for sale bis Auction mart, South Mall, on yesterday the interest in two bouses

situate at Montenotte, with gardens attached. They are held under lease which bears date 25th March, 1854, for a term of 999 years, at a profit rent of £70. These were purchased by Mr. Pierce Gould, £550. Two houses situate at Marlborough-street were next put up. They are held f
19 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ALLEGED SHOCKING CRUELTY TO A CHILD BY ITS FATHER.

ALLEGED SHOCKING CRUELTY TO A CHILD BY ITS FATHER.

ALLEGED SHOCKING CRUELTY TO CHILD BY ITS FATHER. At the Woolwich Police-court, on Saturday, Henry Robinson, a ylumber, residing at Plumstead, was placed at the bar on a remanded charge of cruelty to his infant, Alice Maude Robinson, aged months, by placing her on a fire. Mr. Levy
19 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The defeat of Lee and the capture of Richmond bate caused general consternation at Liverpool. Landslip in thb Abruzzi.—The Italia

The defeat of Lee and the capture of Richmond bate caused general consternation at Liverpool. Landslip in thb Abruzzi.—The Italia

of Naple# speaks of terrible landslip. It says .—" The commune Buonanotte, the Upper Abruzzi, is hourly menaced with utter destruction. Our correspondent states that fire manfactories have already been overthrown, and that sixty-four more are threatened with ruin. The inhabitant
19 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GRAND VOLUNTEER REVIEW AT BRIGHTON.

THE GRAND VOLUNTEER REVIEW AT BRIGHTON.

(From the Times' Seportere.) attended with complete The Volunteers «Ls exceeded 20,000, and therefore surpassed attendance on any previous ; the interest shown bv Ibe spectator, was not lea. vivid. weather waa fine and bright, without sultriness, and the erolutions, upon grander
19 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ROCHDALE ELECTION-RIOTING IN THE STREETS.

ROCHDALE ELECTION-RIOTING IN THE STREETS.

Strange and exciting were the scenes in Rochdale on Friday night, and indeed through the election. The streets were crowded the inhabitants and strangers from the country and the snrrounding towns, Msnchester particularly adding a large quota. During the day it had been rumoured
19 April 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland