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BANDON ROAD SESSIONS-Fkid.t,

BANDON ROAD SESSIONS-Fkid.t,

These sessions wore hold on last Friday. The m tratos attending bein~—The Honorable Cantain J. Wheeler, Alexander Swanston, George Vein , ar,J ' Hastett, R. W. Honor, Colonel Hewitt,a7id F, I! l v!-," ry William Johnson, Esqr., Secretary to the Grand' j 1 and Jackson, Esq., Coun
28 January 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
blue del poult de wie, lined with white lutestring, trimmed with bouillons of tulle and soft roses , corsage to

blue del poult de wie, lined with white lutestring, trimmed with bouillons of tulle and soft roses , corsage to

correspond, with tulle berthe and roses; Jupe of white glace with flounces brocaded In blue. Head dress Ostrich feathers, blond lappets, and cachepegioe of white roses • ornaments, turquoise, and pearls. Mrs Hassard, Mount street Train and corsage superb lilac and white moire an
28 January 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Timber Trade of 1855.—The wood trade of 1855 bears evidence of tbu change from peace to war. For five years

Timber Trade of 1855.—The wood trade of 1855 bears evidence of tbu change from peace to war. For five years

there was growing increase in the trade ; and in 1854, the importation so much exceeded the consumption, that vast stock was collected in London, in Liverpool, and at all the great ports. The whole had been costly the ports of shipment, was encumbered with extremely high rates o
22 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

Irisf» &c. SITTINGS FOE THE WEEK, Monday.— Arthur O’Connor, at II ; charge and discharge—Charles Sharp, at 1 ; statement of title. Tuesday. —Arthur O'Connor, at 12; audi:, proof of debts, and dividend—John Hoy Gowan. at 12 ; do., do., and final examination Janies Hume, at 1; exa
22 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
POTATOES.

POTATOES.

The subscriber offers for a Urffr Quantity OENUIXF. WHITE HOOK rOTAIOES, rery I>ry, and well JOHN O’NEILL. -58 20, qoajr, Nkwky. TO BE SOUL THE DOWNSHIRE COACH FACTORY, 9, WILLIAM-STREET, VERY HANDSOME ENGLISH-BUILT the Property of Gentleman leaving the Coualrv. remarkably light
24 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ENCLOSED BERTHS £l4 AND UPWARDS.

ENCLOSED BERTHS £l4 AND UPWARDS.

LIVERPOOL AND AUSTRALIAN WHITE STAR ROYAL MAIL PACKETS, ii4er engagement with her Majesty’s Postmaster- General to sail punctually on the 20th of each month, FOR MELBOURNE, T?oewardixo passengers to J' Sydney, and nil other Ports Auatralis, also New Zealand and Tasmania, '' at t
24 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DECISION OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.

DECISION OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.

Tuesday, Jan, 22. The Attorney General, in the Arbitration-room of the Four Courts, gave bis decision this day, at some length, refusing to stay the proceedings. He stated that the accounts should have been taken, and should have appeared on the schedule to the proposed Act, the
24 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL.

TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL.

FIIHE SPLENDID AND POW- ERFCL Iron Sleam-ahips Captain Guorgk Fitz-. ikons, ~ WATERLOO, Captain Philip Quarts, are Intended Sail from BELFAST for LIVERPOOL and from LIVERPOOL for BELFAST, follows : FROM BELFAST. Blenheim Tuesday Jan. 29 at 11 ©’Clock Night Waterloo Wednea. Jan.
26 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
4 8 4 4 fl V 250 0 0 41 3 5 46 10 0

4 8 4 4 fl V 250 0 0 41 3 5 46 10 0

4 8 4 fl V 250 0 0 41 10 0 ... 323 185 74 16 2 11 1 6 863 3 11 £1,073 2 5 A MARVELLOUS REMEDY!
26 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland