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RUSSIA AND CHINA.

RUSSIA AND CHINA.

THE NEW KAIL WAT. (BBCm'l TELEGRAM.) St Petertburg, Monday. The newspapers here announce that the constructors cf Siberian railway in Michaulosski have beenjaaked to undertake the building of the new Chinese Eastern Railway through Manchuria. The new line will start from a point
29 December 1896 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MORE FIGHTING IN AFRICA.

MORE FIGHTING IN AFRICA.

THE BELGIANS ACTIVE. (UtTU'S TUMUX.) Antwerp, Monday. Advice* received by the laat mail from Matida ahow that the Belgian fcroec in tba Vpptir Congo are proceeding against the hoatil* tribe* in the interior. Oh offioer arrived Matida who originally went with Captain Fronqni'e ex
29 December 1896 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DOCKERS' STRIKE.

THE DOCKERS' STRIKE.

(BIOTU'S Hamburg, Monday, The strikers held three meetings yesterday. Herr Elm, member the Beichstag, proposed that the strike should be by submitting the dispute to the Court Trade some other board of arbitration. workmen would change their minds soon aa they were assured, poss
29 December 1896 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A DISAPPEARING INDUSTRY.

A DISAPPEARING INDUSTRY.

DISAPPEARING INDUSTRY. .f ■ »' fax plant to many oouatriab and fiiuriahes under wide range temperature rainfall. The produce of flax ia said to have first hwea introduced into England by the. Romans is not dear, however, that the plant wss cultivated at the date of the Norman Con
29 December 1896 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A FATAL WRECK.

A FATAL WRECK.

(axtrraa's Madrid, Monday telegram from Maailla aaacunoes that the fishing vessel Cabon, from Fuengimla. has been wrecked of the coast. Twelve men and several wen drowned.
29 December 1896 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME AND FOREIGN.

HOME AND FOREIGN.

London, IConday. At Glasgow today Jamee Bliaaiagtcn, Celtic International football forward, and Joseph Cullen, the goal keeper, were fined three goiit if or thirty days' imprisonment for asaiultini; spirit merchant end a waiter on night. A Lloyd's Gothenburg telegram states tfca
29 December 1896 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PLAGUE IN BOMBAY.

THE PLAGUE IN BOMBAY.

(tiorn's ) Bombay, Monday. plague ia atill hwreaaiig here. The health the Buropaane is, howarar, vary ~"'T- t —rn t- —-t week from any cauae. plague statistics give 2.094 and 1,494 deaths to present time. The week's mortality from all diaaasea ia 1,416. This figure out records.
29 December 1896 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
"MOONSHINE " (BBLF-POLIBHING BLACKING) 18 the only PERFECT 8E LF-POLIBHIN6 ud WATERPROOF BLACKING ever troduoed. Driee in ten minute*. HADE

"MOONSHINE " (BBLF-POLIBHING BLACKING) 18 the only PERFECT 8E LF-POLIBHIN6 ud WATERPROOF BLACKING ever troduoed. Driee in ten minute*. HADE

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29 December 1896 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THK HUNT.

THK HUNT.

£ »Uh >pe.i»l Mu«u' i-J ii. J . Bi/rlkquix \df.. 'I'.UMM, niUFOiniOSCK. I XT. = .k. » rKKhUItMAM'KS I.n.nv AND BAITJRDAY »-* 'RtiiM* tj.-ursi.-u Trams «Tery ri Jmuarv.T I A.*l itxkvi. B- * OOirc at Ciaa» r&. Eiiijr ilUUTlti; VAiUETIES k „ „ l.lumtT'- - l li A * >i«W6to« Writer.
31 December 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFTER SEASO N*S SALE

AFTER SEASO N*S SALE

AFTER SEASO SALE THIS DAY, GENERAL REDUCTION IN PRICES (DURING SALEj PIM BROTHERS, LIMITED, 75 TO 88 SOUTH GREAT GEORGE’S STREET. DOBSONS, LTD., AXD CURTIS BROTHERS, Owing to KztewiTe AlteraUoni ooaeeqoMt by the there we tre offering Large Vehetyof HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY GOODS, ic
31 December 1896 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland