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FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRAMS.

FOREIGN TELEGRA.MS. (By Reut'ur and Ordinary Telegrams.) i, FRANCE. Y Paris, Tuesday Evening. ie M. Ide Fourtou, Minister of the Interior, h who Lis now staying in the department of o Dordogne, will be absent from Paris for eight days. Y The Court of Assizes has reduced to three
15 August 1877 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
-------- YkSLLI` OF' THE CLAkii Nuicrice. VICTOItY 01 111 YIN ova own narokrain) Tele au declared at put twos/auk JP

-------- YkSLLI` OF' THE CLAkii Nuicrice. VICTOItY 01 111 YIN ova own narokrain) Tele au declared at put twos/auk JP

terday. 0' Loghlen Heous Burton 1,721 1,140 764 NIGIIT.— The remit tho polling for Care tee not coon by earprre on a large portion of the Constituency. e h..n rotation from the were received the was that Sir Wien O'Logblen yes at the be d of the poll. It wan 'inverted that The O
15 August 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Mlflait:K INTELLIGINCL (FILOW OITS co'

Mlflait:K INTELLIGINCL (FILOW OITS co'

(FILOW co' _Tardy limbo Crrt Powon COUBT.—TIis psi sidling at the City Police Cant to-day R. Phillips (in the chair) sad Dr. , newsy. were no prisoners ia their.* Isday. BANITART Bomin—At the Sanitary Borate. Mr. Hastings presidlng, • letter was reed Dr. Bany, Consulting Sanitary
15 August 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PAI ILIAI [ENT. LATEST NEWS.

IMPERIAL PAI ILIAI [ENT. LATEST NEWS.

HOUSE OF LORDS —Twearaw, THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. • Shull, before two o'clock a number of peers vase 'bows into the House, and, Darling (SPICIAL AND OUDINI ItY IhLEOIL4MB.) their seats on the beaches to the left a the -- Throne. the LOAD with his usual RIOTING AT THE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
15 August 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TEAS OF THE BEST IUALITY. TV are BOURNE & CO.'S Teas are warranted Omronni es Imported, and are selected with

TEAS OF THE BEST IUALITY. TV are BOURNE & CO.'S Teas are warranted Omronni es Imported, and are selected with

the greatest we sad judgment from the choicest importations into Great Britain, and are confidently as the best value that can be procured. Boots' & Co. are now offering their New Season's Tea at 211.6 d., 34., 3s. 24., and Is. fid. per pound, which for delicacy of flavour and r
15 August 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO OBTAIN GOOD CLARET VISIT WOODFORD, BOURNS 4 CO.'S BONDED AND DUTY-PAM STORKS, CONTAINTNO one of Ilse Finest Stocks of

TO OBTAIN GOOD CLARET VISIT WOODFORD, BOURNS 4 CO.'S BONDED AND DUTY-PAM STORKS, CONTAINTNO one of Ilse Finest Stocks of

Claret ever offered to the Public, varying in prior from 12a. p.r doses, from good and round Win*, to the choicest qualities at 1110,. per dozes. Customers invited to inspect and judge for themselves. The 131. Claret I. a good sound Wine, from the Medoc District, free from acidi
15 August 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN'S OLD CASTLE, CORK, WILL OFFER ON THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FOLLOWING DAYS, A THOUSAND PAIRS OF GENTLEMEN'S AND BOW

QUEEN'S OLD CASTLE, CORK, WILL OFFER ON THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FOLLOWING DAYS, A THOUSAND PAIRS OF GENTLEMEN'S AND BOW

BOOTS, AT LITTLE OVER HALF PRICE. fli6l
15 August 1877 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HERA LD

HERA LD

Carrying Passengers only, from Picl Pier daily, at 2.15 p.m. for Douglas. Fares—Helfnst t Douglas and Back—Saloon, Steerage. Ids 0.1 ; available f .r two mouths. Tin* English Lukes being one hour l»v rail of Barrow are easily visited by this route. Excursion Fares very modi rate
15 August 1877 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
try to elicit from them an announcement as to thoir determined lino of action in respect of the war. Government

try to elicit from them an announcement as to thoir determined lino of action in respect of the war. Government

repeatedly announced the continuance of their policy of neutrality long as the British interests” so much talked of were secure, and during the last few sittings of Parliament the same declaration has been made. Lord Beaconstield and Lord Derby in the Upper, and the Chancellor o
15 August 1877 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. THE LATE THOMAS KKILSON UNDERWOOD BARRISTER. AT-LAW a ileetiug the Funeral Committee in Stra hone, on the 12th

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. THE LATE THOMAS KKILSON UNDERWOOD BARRISTER. AT-LAW a ileetiug the Funeral Committee in Stra hone, on the 12th

instant, Mr. Drae.lt ® {.ALi.Aro’i>:?. in the Chair, it resolved l * THE PROROGATION. ♦ scnption Lists issued since the 7th April and nit' HOUSE OF LORDS—Yestrrdat. returned the 21»t instant, together ’with the Shortly before two o’clock number of peers were erB sin '' l^e respe
15 August 1877 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland