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THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

Haymaking has continued apace during the past week under a brilliant sun, and the bulk may now considered sale; but there only poor look out as respects the aftermath, from the long prevalence of dry weather and north-easterly winds. Some of the spring corn lias also been put in
28 June 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
it. ''' JUNE, 18(i 5

it. ''' JUNE, 18(i 5

it. ''' JUNE, 18(i Steam Communication between Glasgow, Cork and Waterford. Carrying Goods to Limerick, Tipperary, Clonmel, Carrick-on-Suir, Kilkenny, and Cahir, at Through Rates. * nHHE Now and Powerful S«row Stoam- era SALTEE, John Crawford, Commander; TUSKAK, Stephen An-A— Com
28 June 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTABULARY

THE CONSTABULARY

The foil transfers have h.en ordered the Inspector to take place-2nd County Inspector Darios, promotion, from Boyle, R 'sc minion, to Mayo; June 1, 1865. 2.id Sub Inspect r M‘Dermott from Templemoro to Dungarvan ; July Ist, 1865. 2nd Sub Inspector Ward from Marble Hill to Temple
28 June 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

On the 22nd inst., at Rehoboth-place, Dublin, the wife of Christopher Mulvany, Esq., of daughter. On the 25th inst., Fr .nkfort-avenue, Ruthgar, Dublin, the wife Mr. Alexander Williamson, of a daughter. the 2Gth inst., at 4 Quinsboro -terrace, Bray, the ■wife of Q. J. Brownrigg,
28 June 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO THE PC B 1.1 C

NOTICE TO THE PC B 1.1 C

NOTICE TO THE 1.1 LOUDON BUTTER, MEAT & POUX-TB' market Messrs. GAUDON & COMPANY, Meat, BurtEe, ano Sao« ALE, PORTER, AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, ll, Newport Market, London, BEG to return their most sincere thanks to the Public for all past consignments of Meat Butter, Poultry, &c.,
28 June 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
O’Neill's Baths

O’Neill's Baths

ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE season. DOUCHE, Warm. T Hot and Cold BATHS supplied at Private Houses on shortest notice Malk and Attendants. TO BE LET, AVith o! without Stables, THATCH COTTAGE, AT NICWXOUX, TRA.MORE THE Cottaee beautifully situated, and contains Bedrooms, Kitchen, Parlour
28 June 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
JUNE FASHIONS. SA TURI) A Y, JUNE )i yor.r.OWIXG BAI'S. WK SHALL SHOW LARGE ASSORTMENT , IN ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS.

JUNE FASHIONS. SA TURI) A Y, JUNE )i yor.r.OWIXG BAI'S. WK SHALL SHOW LARGE ASSORTMENT , IN ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS.

French and English Flowers, Embracing all the Leading Novelties suitable lor the season. AlllalA.XF.lW. CHOICE SELECTION OF JII I L I. J E 1 TRIMMED STRAW BONNETS, A the latest Ptiririan Fashion. Silk and Cloth Mantles- THE NEWEST SHAPES LADIES’ HATS, Including the E-th- r Hat,
28 June 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COFFIN FACTORY, AND UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT,&c, 1 Alrxiindur-street uterford. RICHAKD EITZGKUAU) bogs f.< inlorm his numerous Friends nod the Public penernlly,

COFFIN FACTORY, AND UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT,&c, 1 Alrxiindur-street uterford. RICHAKD EITZGKUAU) bogs f.< inlorm his numerous Friends nod the Public penernlly,

that he is now prepared to receive orders in the undertaking business. "iatertord, April 15th,
28 June 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
OR, CORK ADVERTI

OR, CORK ADVERTI

THE STEAM BISCUIT AND FLOUR COMPANY, LIMITED. SHARE LIST of this OOAIPANY will I CLOSED for ALLOTMENT, Four oClock, MONDAY Next, for TOWN ,j’ |J 1 1 1 f i 'nv TUESDAY Next,at Four oClock, for COUNillx APPLICATIONS. 15y Order. ARTHUR RUTT, Secretary. Temporary Otlices, 26, Lombar
28 June 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
[reuteb’b telegram]

[reuteb’b telegram]

Pending the completion of 74 miles through Mont- Cenis, and which as more than 44 miles remain to be pierced, will yet require 7 or 8 years, Messrs. Brassey have taken steps towards the construction railway over the mountam to supply the break 47 miles now existing between St. M
28 June 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland