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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

Times.—lf it be satisfactory to a petty nation, which never pays its debts, to damage the property and impede the commerce of all the large states of the world, Greece is entitled to enjoy that feeling, since every class of securities is seriously affected by the doubts in conne
16 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTH KERRY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION

NORTH KERRY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION

The members of this Association held their monthly meeting in Listowel on Saturday last. Mr. C. O'Callaghan in the chair. Mr. M. Cussen, secretary. A resolution was proposed and unanimonsly agreed to re-electing the chairman and secretary for the year 1869. A Mutual Improvement
22 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
notice. OWNERS of Vault® and Family Graves ill th< (i'ravevard of St. Finn Barr'a. who have nol , ,i claims

notice. OWNERS of Vault® and Family Graves ill th< (i'ravevard of St. Finn Barr'a. who have nol , ,i claims

1 Lieutenant. should applj ' William Hobbs, Solicitor, 23, Marl, " prepare the necessary forms to esta. Vlifir' respective rights to use their Vaults and f'jiuilv Grave* as heretofore. (428) auction n,- of 5,000 VOLUMES OF BOOKS, in Department of Literature, including many works
22 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND DRAWING AND BAZAAR . Aid of the SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL, Will take place at Shrovetide, MONDAY

GRAND DRAWING AND BAZAAR . Aid of the SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL, Will take place at Shrovetide, MONDAY

& TUESDAY, Bth & 9TH FEBRUARY. AMONGST the PRIZES in the GRAND DRAWING are— First-class OUTSIDE CAR. value £25. Well-Trained SHETLAND PONY, value £10. Magnificent MAHOGANY WARDROBE. Splendid SIDEBOARD. Elegant DAVENPORT. Valuable GOLD WATCH. Three TONS best Newport COAL (One Pri
22 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Temperance.—The Rev. Dr. Fortini delivered lecture last evening in Globe Lane room, on the subject of temperance. There was large

Temperance.—The Rev. Dr. Fortini delivered lecture last evening in Globe Lane room, on the subject of temperance. There was large

audience and the lecture, which was a very able one, was listened to with attention throughout. The Flood. —Some parts of the city were again flooded yesterday evening, but in nothing like the proportions which the inundation of the previous evening assumed. About six o'clock, w
30 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE OFFICE—Yesterday.

POLICE OFFICE—Yesterday.

Mean. L. Pkrrier and D. Sarsfield.) put fonrard young man, iMim-il Donovan, who, he said, had been given in charge to him the previous night bj two young men, f«»r having concealed himself in the yard of the racket-office. One of the young me* stated that found the prisoner lyin
30 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A DISABLED MAIL STEAMER AND LOSS OF SIX LIVES.

A DISABLED MAIL STEAMER AND LOSS OF SIX LIVES.

The Transatlantic steamer Pereire, which sailed for New York on the 10th, ha, returned to Harre, having been disabled heavy sea in west longitude. Six persons were j"' e wounded. Among the paMcnger. k.M CCallaghan, M. Foolquier, and MdUe. I incke rg The following additional part
30 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
usual Monthly Meeting of the Committee will belli, Same Place, one hour previously, for the truns-ietion of the ordinary business.

usual Monthly Meeting of the Committee will belli, Same Place, one hour previously, for the truns-ietion of the ordinary business.

JEREMIAH CUMMINS, R.C.C., Hon. Sec. South Presbytery, Jan. 30, 1869. (569) WATERWORKS. NOTICE. fPHE COMMITTEE beg intimate to the Public, that owing to some alterations being made at *lie Works, the Water will be abut off for from Nine each evening to Five next morning" will the
30 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK BURIAL GROUNDS.

CORK BURIAL GROUNDS.

(from oub bepobteb.) Dublin', Tuesday.—At twelve o'clock to-day meeting of the Privy Council was held at the Castle, for the purpose of considering a memorial presented to the ex-Lord Lieutenant, by the Mayor, Aldermeh, and Burgesses of the borough of Cork, to make order closing
6 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RECORDER'S SESSIONS-Yesterday.

RECORDER'S SESSIONS-Yesterday.

JfetilU plaintiff; John Lynch, defendants Tnis was an action of trover of pocket-handkerchie valued at 2s. 6d. Mr. Cronin for plaintiff; Mr. Blake for defendant. The facts were shortly these: —The plaintiff had a few friends at his house lately, defendant amongst them, and a gam
6 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland