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CORK MARKETS—Jan. 19.

CORK MARKETS—Jan. 19.

Cwts. Currency. White Vheat... 10 13 ... 00 « 00 Seed White Wheat... 00 ... ... CO 15«.Eeddo._ « 4 ... 11 ... Ditto ._ ... 00 99 » ... 0 00 Seed Bed Wheat ... ... ... 00 0 Karley „ .„ 0O » 01 Ditto _ .„ ... 0 ... 00 0 0) Seed Barley „. ... ... 0 Bare ... ... ... 00 Seed Bern ...
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNMANWAY UNION—Tuesday.

DUNMANWAY UNION—Tuesday.

The Board Guardians held their usual weekly meeting this day. Mr. D. Conner, J.P., in the chair. Other guardiana present—Messrs. John H. Brysn J.P., Hamilton Bryan, Fuller, Joseph Fuller, and Patk. Harrington. State of the Hovbe.—ln the house on lsst board day, 129; admitted sin
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK MARKETS-Jan. 12.

CORK MARKETS-Jan. 12.

Wmiat—Marianopl* on < 'Mom> "htrka. 8S« Ml id, >4»M la 04.; Berdianski, 28a. Ba. tolia Wmill-OP, l*s M per Mni—Beef. roasting praon. cormng, 7td to ooan* •»<-*«, * la. Mutton—Loo, 7Wto M } gd to Wd: (bra da, Od to'd ; M !+*»- Pore *od hind to4aJH. to ,04, Hmmi. lOdtols. lld. Von
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS OF MUNSTER FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

FAIRS OF MUNSTER FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

« . ~ JANUARY. Sunday 22nd—Kerry—O'Dornsy. Monday 23rd—None. Tuesday 24th—Kerry—Brosna. Wednesday 25tb—Cork—Kilworth. Thursday 26th —Cork—Dunman way. Tippcrary—Carnck on-auir. Friday 27th—Limerick—Kilflnane. Saturday 21st—Cork—Cross Roads, Caitleisland, Tarbert. Limerick—Kilmeed
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
beg to iuforiu the Public that i® | »» to he obtained No. 9, Academy-street, from Eleven till One o'clock

beg to iuforiu the Public that i® | »» to he obtained No. 9, Academy-street, from Eleven till One o'clock

on Monday®, Thursdays, and Sitnrdayg, at Two Pence the Qnart. The kindly disposed may make arrangements to purchase oka of Ticket* at a cheaper rate. DistrjbutioQ to commcnce on Monday next, the 2Srd of January. MRS. MAGUIRE, Secretary. (429) MRS- ALLMAN, Treasurer. WANTED. IMME
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Cork Examiner.

The Cork Examiner.

FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 20, 1871. The telegrams from Versailles yesterday state General Bourtuki having failed in an attack npon the whole German line at Brevilliers on Tuesday has retreated southwards. The German position appears to have been strongly entrenched. Brevilliers is wi
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
We have little to say on Mr. J. P. Ronayne's letter, which we give in another column, because he agrees

We have little to say on Mr. J. P. Ronayne's letter, which we give in another column, because he agrees

with our conclusion that it is better to wait and see tbe actual resnlts of the Land Act before deciding off-hand as to its character. It is true, he arrives at our determination for very opposite reasons to onrs. He expects to be able to verify all the gloomy predictions which
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE ARCHDEACON O'SHEA.

THE LATE ARCHDEACON O'SHEA.

Yesteebiy, the Month's Mind of the late Yen. Archdeacon O'Shea was solemnized «t the pariah church of St. Patrick. There was large attendance of clergy and laity, although the inclemency of the weather prevented many of the former coming from the country. The Right Rev. Dr. Dela
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AID FOR THE FRENCH.

AID FOR THE FRENCH.

Mil. John Habdinq has received from Mr. Timothy Duff 1 , of the llibcVnian Bakery, Shandon-street, one nek (280 lbs.) of first quality flour, for the French sick acd wounded. Mr. J. J. M'Mahon has handed us £1. TO THI EDITOR OF THE COBK EXAMINES. St. Vincent's, Sunday's Well, Co
January 20, 1871 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland