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CORK MARKETS—SEPT 1.

CORK MARKETS—SEPT 1.

White Wheat ... 11 219 Kckl Wheat « ... i,) 8 ... oo 0J Ditto 0) o ... 'I ... 0 Seed Red Wheat ... o ... 0 . 00 Barley ... ... ... ... 8 ... Ditto 0 ... 00 ... 0 00 Heed Barley ... 00 ... 00 « ... 11% Here 7 ... 8 ... 0 10 Seed Bere 00 ... 0 2449 Black P... 1 ... 00 Ditto 7 ...
September 2, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM.

THE NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM.

The Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs has addressed the following letter to his colleague, the Minister War : M. le Ministre, —The war which is being carried on between two States bordering on our frontiers may give rise to eventualities for which it is fit to provide. The ter
September 2, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Wood-Tunstall—Cotton—On the 31st ult„ at Christ Church, Kushbrook. the Rev. R. H. Loane, T. Podmore Wood-Turstall, Staffordshire, to Frances, secon

Wood-Tunstall—Cotton—On the 31st ult„ at Christ Church, Kushbrook. the Rev. R. H. Loane, T. Podmore Wood-Turstall, Staffordshire, to Frances, secon

daughter of t e Ute Charles Cott n, Mount Bell, KUleagh. Collins—Pagan—At the Cathedral Church, Marlborough street, Dublin, by the Rev. T. O'Reilly. C.C., George, fourth son of the late IMr. Michael Collins, Clontarf, to Jane, fourth daughter of the late Mr. James Pagan, Summer
September 2, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS AND OTHER&. UNRESERVED AUCTION ON MONDAY, OP SEPTEMBER. WM. MARSH A SON hare received instructions from the

IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS AND OTHER&. UNRESERVED AUCTION ON MONDAY, OP SEPTEMBER. WM. MARSH A SON hare received instructions from the

Owner, who i* giving up business, to Sell by Anction, on Monday Next, the sth of September, the entire of the BUILDING PLANT and Property on the Premises No. 87, Clarence Street, consisting Building Materials, Scaffold Planks, Ropes, Ladders, Slate, second-hand Frames and Sashes
September 1, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BUTLER'S MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. BUTLER'S Cornets and Saxhorns. CLARIONETS, Flutes, and Flsgeolets. DRUMS. and Triangles, VIOLINS, Banjos and Tambourines. CONCERTINAS, English

BUTLER'S MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. BUTLER'S Cornets and Saxhorns. CLARIONETS, Flutes, and Flsgeolets. DRUMS. and Triangles, VIOLINS, Banjos and Tambourines. CONCERTINAS, English

and Qerman. HARMONIUMS and Musical Instruments of ever; descriptions are in use all part* of the Kingdom and Colonies, giving universal satisfaction. Manufactory—Haymarket, London. Branch Establishment. 11, ELLIS'S QUAY, DUBLIN, (Originaliy established in Dublin in the year 1826
September 1, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ON AND AFTER SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, fartber Not:c«, "THE LADY THE LAKE" ply from B*Um( i*i tr> H. M. 8.

ON AND AFTER SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, fartber Not:c«, "THE LADY THE LAKE" ply from B*Um( i*i tr> H. M. 8.

PALLAH,” tog boon From HolfM'.. at I!. a.m.. and 2.0 p brumHofywood at •ilSp.m.. 2.30 p.m. Oo Saturday* wJ tiuodaya. from B«I»a*t at 3 p.m,. HV.ywcod, at 3.30 p.m. FARE Keturo—Cabio, la; S’-< rage, «H. BELFAST AND HOLY WOOD I fc fcK.' CHANGE OF SAILINGS—SEPTEMBER, 1870. AND AFTE
September 3, 1870 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
their pap*. dreaniy tbrcagb the trees, laioosa as well pGa-ai in, but it is taken as sadly "rJer of G'ockcuys

their pap*. dreaniy tbrcagb the trees, laioosa as well pGa-ai in, but it is taken as sadly "rJer of G'ockcuys

w i not k ltoci milliners win oowl rub just n-«w, th .raft poolieil boa*«n tGe bin shot np fr«!n the w.ndow which I writm.-, *o4 1 caaoot help, a« plane's from thopaper, pcrceivim* Ma'lamean<lMoojiearca‘.'ti.-thrir ■n<al« in the upper stcry of ment*; while other » very la<ly ia
September 3, 1870 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISCELLANEODSJITBUS.

MISCELLANEODSJITBUS.

announces officially - In consequence probably ot appeal le through the Press to send provisions to Saarbrnckeo, where temporary scarcity prevailed, several papers and private letters have spread a report that our troops id the field ar- scantily supplied. This •up-.ioaicion is
September 5, 1870 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.—Pits lad and PuUlahad. Daiir. F. D. FIBL* Btaast. wbaiv p.per* comm. ~ - «rr» frtt tmptnuj sm to bs

BELFAST.—Pits lad and PuUlahad. Daiir. F. D. FIBL* Btaast. wbaiv p.per* comm. ~ - «rr» frtt tmptnuj sm to bs

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September 5, 1870 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INTERVENTION.

INTERVENTION.

Korigsrbso, Wrdsrdav. numerous meeting oi merchants was he'd day io the Bourse, and an address to the King wax drawn up. and uaaoimoasly adopted, similar in purport to that passed by tbe merchant* is Bsriio, and especially begging bis j city to d dine any forei.n intervention in
September 1, 1870 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland