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SHIPWRECK ON THE KISH BANK.

SHIPWRECK ON THE KISH BANK.

We have to report the loss of the fine iron ship Glenorchy, of 1284 tons register, commanded by Captain Michael John, which took place on the Kish sand bank, about three miles south of the flag ship on Friday eveuing. The wind was from the southward, blowing fresh, with rain. Th
5 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LONDON COMPANIES' ESTATES IN COUNTY DERRY.

THE LONDON COMPANIES' ESTATES IN COUNTY DERRY.

(From the Northern Whig.) We learn with satisfaction that Mr. Maguire, M.P., has approved of our suggestion as to the form which should be given to the inquiry into the management of the Lodon Companies' estates, of which has given notice, and that he will alter his notice by mo
7 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Cork Blackrock , and son of traffic (or wet-k er tin* Friday, Ist day of January, lk9:—Revenue from Passengers, ;

Cork Blackrock , and son of traffic (or wet-k er tin* Friday, Ist day of January, lk9:—Revenue from Passengers, ;

corresponuiqk period. IW. Id.
7 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CROWN PROSECUTORSHIP AT GREEN STREET.

THE CROWN PROSECUTORSHIP AT GREEN STREET.

Thi Crown Prosecutorsbip at Green Street Con,mi.- Court, rendered vacant the death of Mr. Owes, Q.C., has been conferred on Mr. William O'Brien. This appointment will give universal Mr. O'Bri.S a man of tried ability and of the highest character. He has without favor patronage,
15 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONFERENCE.

THE CONFERENCE.

Paris, Jan. 14, 11.20 p.m.-—To-day's sitting of the Conference, which opened at 4 p.m., did not close till a quarter to 7 o'ciock. M. Rangabe was not present. The plenipotentiaries entered into a fresh engagement to observe absolute secresy as the course of their deliberations.
15 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
" BLOW WINDS AND CRACK YOURCHEEK3 !" SHAKE9PIAEE. Aye ! let the wind with fury blow, Let come the sobbing

" BLOW WINDS AND CRACK YOURCHEEK3 !" SHAKE9PIAEE. Aye ! let the wind with fury blow, Let come the sobbing

rain, Let fall the white and whirling snow, To they come in vain; While Kino's famed boots and shoes we wear. They're strong and weather-tight j Not for the wintry storm we care. Because our feet are right. THE BEST PROTECTION To the Feet a pair of King's Gutta-Percha Soled Boot
11 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POLITICAL PRISONERS.

THE POLITICAL PRISONERS.

The Lord Mayor said he had received letter from the Mayor of Limerick, which he would ask the Town Clerk to read. The Town Clerk read the letter from the mayor, enclosing a copy of the following resolution adopted by the Corporation of Limerick at its last meeting, in which he s
20 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—SATURDAY.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—SATURDAY.

(Before Chief Justice Monahan, Mr. Justice Morris and Mr. Justice Lawson). William Mason v. Benjamin Franklin. —This was a motion to change the venue from Cork to Dublin on the ground that the plaintiff, on whose behalf the motion was made, required the attendance of witnesses,
19 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MAIL NEWS.

MAIL NEWS.

Alexandria, I7th Jan.—The Peninsular and Oriental Companies steamer Syria left at three, and the at five p.m. yesterday. The former may be expected Marseilles on the 22nd, and the latter at Southampton about the instant.
19 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MOON—JANUARY. Last Qiartar Tuesday, sth, min. sec. past 5 morn. New Moon. Tuesday, lfth. 27 min. 88 sec. past aft.

MOON—JANUARY. Last Qiartar Tuesday, sth, min. sec. past 5 morn. New Moon. Tuesday, lfth. 27 min. 88 sec. past aft.

First Quarter. Thursday. 21st, im. Os. past morn. Full Moon, Thursday, 28th, 5 mm. past 1 u orn. HIGH WATER AT THB CHBTOM-HOUB*. Jan. 1. mm past 9 M0rn....;i9 min. past Bv«n HEIGHT OF TIDE AT CUSTOM-HOUR «. Jan. 19 ... 18 feet inches.
19 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland