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LATEST LONDON MONEY MARKET.

LATEST LONDON MONEY MARKET.

I I 4Rt Prc a ; n-v - A Vny ness AaocmatsnnTelegrapb.) London, Thursday. The Bank directors have reduced the rate of dis- count from 3Sto ?? per cent. Not much demand at the Bank, but good inquiry for money in open market, and rates firm 3t the rev Eed miimhum for three months' p
September 30, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GERMAN OCCUPATION OF VERSAILIES.

THE GERMAN OCCUPATION OF VERSAILIES.

I'lLEf GERMAN OCCUPATION OF | I -VERSAIILES. C I A correspondent of the i~epeedacce Beige, writing from Versailles on the 20th of September, gives the following details of the entry of the Ger. mantroops into that town --n the 18th three Death's Head Hussars presented themselves
September 30, 1870 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INNOSHANNON COLLECTION.

INNOSHANNON COLLECTION.

We have received from the Rev. Mr. Holland, P.P., Innoshannon, ss. additional, including lOj. from Mr. John Murphy, This brings tbe collection to over £5O. The List.—The Rev. P. P. O'KeefTe, in the list for the wounded French soldiers, should read thus Rev. J. J. O'Keeffe, late
September 30, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FERMOY UNION—Wednesday.

FERMOY UNION—Wednesday.

r • Mr Kichabo Cabboll, J.P., • Other guardians present—The K ir' ,'| \l - 1 ' J.P. and I).L. ; Michael Itvn. J» Bf Morrogh, John George (Vite-cliH ■: '• William O'Counell, John Sullivan, John ami 1 D.V.C. Stat# of the House.—Remaining last *v«vl. - admitted since, 25; discharge
September 30, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRUSSIANS PREPARING FOR WINTER CAMPAIGN.

THE PRUSSIANS PREPARING FOR WINTER CAMPAIGN.

A correspondent on tbe Prussian side writes " I bave from tbe best authority tbat tbe Prussian Government bas just concluded a contract for 600,000 winter coats for tbe army. Tbese are to be long, coming down to tbe knee, covered a waterproof cloth on the ontaide and lint d insi
September 30, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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The Echo du Ford says that in the buttle at Chatillon, while Dr. Niepee, attached to the 14th Corps d'Annee,

The Echo du Ford says that in the buttle at Chatillon, while Dr. Niepee, attached to the 14th Corps d'Annee,

assisted Jesuit priest, was raising op a wounded man, was struck & ball, and fell dead beside his patient. Destructive Earthquake.—The Bombay Gazette yesterday contains particulars of an earthquake which took place in Thibet some time ago. The which is supplied by the Vicar-Apos
September 30, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTABLISHED 1749. WM. YOUNGER CO.. ABBEY and HOLYROOD BREWERIES, EDINBURGH, are bow registering Order* for their Celebrated PALE ALE, at

ESTABLISHED 1749. WM. YOUNGER CO.. ABBEY and HOLYROOD BREWERIES, EDINBURGH, are bow registering Order* for their Celebrated PALE ALE, at

the undernoted Branch Establishment* : Cork 20, Merchante'-Quay. Limerick Robert-Street. Dublin 7, Lower Abbey-Street. Belfast and 7, Gloucester-Street. Waterford 38, Hanover-Street. Drogheda 30, West-Street. Glasgow 14, Queen-Street. Newcastle 97, Pilgrim-Street. Aberdeen 1, Ha
September 30, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. MARY'S CHURCH, POPE'S QUAY. IN consequence of the Buzaar lately held for the French Wounded, the drawing of prizes

ST. MARY'S CHURCH, POPE'S QUAY. IN consequence of the Buzaar lately held for the French Wounded, the drawing of prizes

aid of the building fund for St. Mary's Church, is postponed until the i f November. The Dominican Fathers would feel obliged if the persons who had received Ticket* of the Drawing, would send in the blocks. (5905) ST. FINN BAItR'S MAGDALEN ASYLUM, SUNDAY'S WELL. THE CORNER STON
September 30, 1870 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY. AUCTION or Woollendr&pery. Haberdashery, and Millinery Goods. » v *wtD tk>, >rrn S*Lt. SoLO hv AUCTION. thr ULSTER

THIS DAY. AUCTION or Woollendr&pery. Haberdashery, and Millinery Goods. » v *wtD tk>, >rrn S*Lt. SoLO hv AUCTION. thr ULSTER

AUCTION* MART.SI. OoVEOALL STREET, Blf**t, the September at S- o'clock Evening, The entire stock or woollen- DRAPERY and HABERDASHERY «OODS. , QompritMi; Wort England Over- Coatiaga, Tr ■u*nn < Wuul Shirts, Scarfs, Tie*, C.Jlar*. allies' Clothing, Hata, Ribbona, 'rtoolities, Ac.
September 30, 1870 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
and mrs Howard TELEGRAM. " On board " To Messrs. Habt ChcBCHILL. '• Howard Paul party detained all night fag:

and mrs Howard TELEGRAM. " On board " To Messrs. Habt ChcBCHILL. '• Howard Paul party detained all night fag:

cannot possibly reach Belfast in time for Thursday They will perform Friday and Saturday nights instead." THURSDAY RESERVED TICKETS will Admit on SATURDAY NIGHT, may changed for FRIDAY NIGHT. Money will returned 7<j-<liy to bolder* Thursday Tickets who cannot attend on either Fr
September 30, 1870 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland