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WHITE START ROYAL MAIL PACKETS, TTNDEH Contract with the Postmaster- General to carry her Majesty’s .\iails - every Month, and make the passage to MELBOURNE in days, under penalty, forwarding passengers to SYDNEY and all other ports in Australia, also to NEW ZEALAND and VAN DIEM
02 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES TAYLOR, Boherbcc, Tralee.

JAMES TAYLOR, Boherbcc, Tralee.

PKESENTMENT SESSIONS TO BE HELD PREPARATORY TO SUMMER ASSIZES, 1856. For what Barony. When to held. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TRALEE AND KILLARWEY. A CHANGE having taken place in the Time Tables of the Great Southern and Western Railway Companies which will, a matter of course, lead
02 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Post Office and Bank Orders should be made

Post Office and Bank Orders should be made

payable to James R. Eaoar,” the Proprietor. %* It is particularly requested that all advertisements and other communications intended for publication be sent in as early iu the week possible. GENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, IX COXXECTIO.V WITH THE cmto.wcxe. THE PROPRIETOR the T
02 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Discharged, Died,

Discharged, Died,

lB Remaining Saturday, 2Gth inst, „ corresponding period 18.15, „ „ 1854, 1405 Number admitted this day, 7. Numbers in the workhouse Hospital, 212. Cost of provisions and ncccs'aries received during the week, Os. 1 Id.; cost of provisions and necessaries consumed during the week
02 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rosie April B.—The intelligence that the P<*oe h»d concluded rr-HtliM? 1 dectne telegraph on the 30th Mar ,

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rosie April B.—The intelligence that the P<*oe h»d concluded rr-HtliM? 1 dectne telegraph on the 30th Mar ,

anftheaf™ at noon, the cannons from the Castle “V' nouneed the glad tidings hv 101 salvoa. ne m''" were audiences at the Vatican for the em,, . , n, the diplomatic body with his Holiness tlK^° the Thursday following was a iicculi'tr SSS niS' ■ Ul'odf l for ~IC n l'tion of , ' fo
02 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORN TRADE AT ODESSA.

THE CORN TRADE AT ODESSA.

oi>KBsa, April B. —The arrival of merchant veasoisba* solved in particular manner the question of the removal ot the blockade. First arrives an Australian vessel, which was received with extraordinary joy by our merchants. It was soon followed by two other vessels, but it i* not
02 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET, the Ist of MAY Next, the Upper Part of the House the Main Street, Comer of Hen-street,

TO BE LET, the Ist of MAY Next, the Upper Part of the House the Main Street, Comer of Hen-street,

consisting Two Sitting Rooms, Four il Rooms, ami ClotM-t. A i.onsiiK rable sura ha* been lately expended the house. Terms known application to D. SHEA, Bookseller and Stationer, March 11, 1350. Killarney.
02 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
OLD CORK WHISKEY. The Subscriber bejrs leave to announce to the Inhabitants of Tralee, and County of Kerry generally, that

OLD CORK WHISKEY. The Subscriber bejrs leave to announce to the Inhabitants of Tralee, and County of Kerry generally, that

he has been appointed Sole Agent in Kerry for the sale of James Daly & Co.’s Cork Whiskey In Bond, which will Sold at Distillery Prices, adding Carriage to the Trade only, in Puncheons and llhds. He also begs to say, that addition to his Stock in hand, he can have large supplies
02 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH NEWS.

ENGLISH AND SCOTCH NEWS.

Rrlioious Prospbritt.— The income of the Wesleyan Missionary Society for the past year exceeds 190,000/., being advance of 8,000/. on past year. Catkkdrau—A proposition has been started Liverpool for building cathelral that town, at a coat of 40,000/. One gentleman has offered g
03 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OKNRRAL mtlllLlTr ILL HEALTH.

OKNRRAL mtlllLlTr ILL HEALTH.

OKNRRAL ILL HEALTH. Many tho most despotic Government* have opened their Houses to the introduction of these Pills, that they may become the medicine of the masses, I/earned Colleges admit that this medicine is the beat remedy over known for insrson.* of delicate health, or where
03 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland