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rl"HEATAE, ROYAL, DUBLIN. . ,Last Nlgbs of t&e Slsters SL4EL N.-.Lat Night of Mr. J BRNSIirr..'rfTs AVEOINO (Sa urcay). Jane 2itt.,, the perfoetrisncewifill etmone'eeaiitb MXiln4r'OP ay of A NSEW WA .'101PAY OLD DZB ?? Overreach, MirJanrbs Beonett I Lo-d Lovel, Mr Huntley ; Wellb
24 June 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTION OF TOWN COUNCILLOR.

ELECTION OF TOWN COUNCILLOR.

The Election of a Town Councillor for the North Centre Ward, in place of the late Mr. James Bogan, will take place on Monday. Mr. John Ilartv and Mr. George Purcell Atkins are the candidates. The voting will oommence at 9 o'clock, and close o'clock. sharp contest is expected.
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MOVEMENT OF TROOPS.

MOVEMENT OF TROOPS.

\ 118 men, women, and 21 children, tinder the command of Captain Dunue, Lieutenants Baldwin, Sealy and Burton, arrived here from Fermoy, for the purpose of embarking in H.M.S. Gladiator forconveyance to Dover to join the service companies of the regiment.
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PARIS BOURSE.

PARIS BOURSE.

yesterday *' Switlerland WKS Florence Bonne ha, been firmer. Kent,-.' closed 66.43.
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TENURE AND IMPROVEMENT OF LAND IN IRELAND.

TENURE AND IMPROVEMENT OF LAND IN IRELAND.

TENURE AND IMPROVEMENT OF LAND IRELAND. (prom oub own bepobteb.) London, Thubsday.—The Select Committee on the Tenure and Improvement of Land in Ireland met again to-day. Present:—Mr. Maguire, (chairman) ; Mr. Law, Colonel Oreville, Lord Claude Hamilton, Mr. George, Lord Nsas, Th
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Yesteeday. Sir C. WOOD, reply to Mr. Vansittabt, said that he should not be able to bis financial statement in reference India until Thursday. In reply to Mr. Gbiffitab, the Marquis of HARTINGTON stated that an order had been issued requiring her Majesty's milit
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Mali.—The •'Unprotected Male's ia not, it seems, a myth. The Government inspector in his last report informs the Board

The Mali.—The •'Unprotected Male's ia not, it seems, a myth. The Government inspector in his last report informs the Board

of Trade that •« gentlemen passengers, well as railway officers of all classes, constantly refuse to travel singly with a stranger of the weaker sex, under the belief that it is only common prodence to avoid in this manner all risk of being accused, for purposes of exortion, of
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A SPANISH BULLFIGHT.

A SPANISH BULLFIGHT.

SPANISH BULLFIGHT. The following description of a bullfight is communicated by Mr. T. Sopwith.M.A., F.R.S., to the Hexham Courant. The writer states : — " Before taking my seat I walked round to see the sta- j bles, and there the men who were to perform, also their horses. Judge
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
. . MOON-JUN-E. ? ,ll\lnrm r'-T urs(i!iy ' lst ' mi "' ll sec - '7 morn. J!"""; "day, 9th,

. . MOON-JUN-E. ? ,ll\lnrm r'-T urs(i!iy ' lst ' mi "' ll sec - '7 morn. J!"""; "day, 9th,

min. seo. past 9 morn. Mn'm C s™**' l Gtli. 27 mill, sec. past 11 morn. New Moon, Friday, 23rd, at 31 min. 50 sec. past 7 morn. t,„„ « wa TER AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. T,™-r>-, 5 oonr n-17 min. p. Even. min. p. 6. 26-Morn. 0 min. p. 7 Even. min. p. 7. E i ' AT CUSTOM HOUSE. Morn. fee
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER. | The decreased temperature of yesterday continues to-day. Thick clouds—which, however, do not seem to prognosticate immediate rain—intervene

THE WEATHER. | The decreased temperature of yesterday continues to-day. Thick clouds—which, however, do not seem to prognosticate immediate rain—intervene

so as to considerably lessen the strength of the sun, and a gentle breeze occasionally blows so as altogether make the temperature of a much more endurable nature than it has been for the last tew weeks. The thermometer at the institution stood at ten o'clock this morning at 66
24 June 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland