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THE CELEBRATED AND ORIGINAL

THE CELEBRATED AND ORIGINAL

(From Sf. James's), HAVING retamed Europe, intend to give TWO of their GRAND SOIREES MUSICALES the IMPERI ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CORK, on WEDNESDAY. Jane 2.jth. Full Particulars will given in future Advertisement. 8246 Pale Amber, and Golden Sherries. TOMKINS has now landing per Clio,”
11 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HEAD OF CATTLE ON SALE

HEAD OF CATTLE ON SALE

HEAD CATTLE SALE From the Book* of tie Clerk the Market.) Total Supplies. } Foreign Supplies. Hearts . 3,017 Beasts Sheep aud J«imbs Sheep Calves 227 Calves Pigs 385 Pigs EaoLMH Buttkr Market, Mojidat, JmE 9.—W« have rather firmer teeling for butter te-day at the recent serious i
11 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN’S COLLEGE

QUEEN’S COLLEGE

In our paper of Monday appeared paragraph from the Dublin Evening Mail, relation to the Queen’s College here. The Mail paragraph being a commentary on one which was extracted into its columns from the >onititution, we think it only fair to quote from our morning contemporary, th
11 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS

The steamer, arrived from London and Plymouth on Monday, with 37 chests and 25 casks tea; 15 casks of sugar, 4 bales of hemp. casks of cement, casks of lead, casks of shumac, bundles of charts, pianos, rolls of felt, 40’• bags of saltpetre, bundles of hoop*, 4 bundles of cork, 6
11 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PALMER AT STAFFORD

PALMER AT STAFFORD

Stafford, Ji’ne B.— Palmer still continues to exhibit the sime callous and unmoved appearance that has characterised him all along, and the near approach of death* does not, so far as outward appearance goes, seem at all to dismay him. It appears to the impression of those who h
13 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLLAND AND THE HAGUE.

HOLLAND AND THE HAGUE.

Wcdncsday Evening— .—A ministerial crisis has broken out here. The premier, Vanball, has resigned. THE OVEHLAND MAIL Marseilles, Veetis arrived at this port at hilf-pant five this morning with the Indian and Australian mails. The letters an I papers which she has brought will de
13 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CONTRACTORS. Harbour Commissioners will, TO-MORROW ■ (Wednesday), at Two o’Clock, receive Proposals for new Coping Stones, and also for

TO CONTRACTORS. Harbour Commissioners will, TO-MORROW ■ (Wednesday), at Two o’Clock, receive Proposals for new Coping Stones, and also for

repairs at Penrose's - quay. Npecifieationa for tho series mju‘rod bo n**y seen at thg Office, 9, Lapp's^quay. Order, JOS. F. Secrttary.
10 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
“THE SOUK POINT.

“THE SOUK POINT.

*• The sore point of the Tory party is, that not a single raa» of ability has risen for years to defend its principles. It has two showy orators, the indolent Earl of Derby and Mr. Disraeli, who notoriously despises his friends, who never was sincere, cither Radical or Tory, who
10 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOON-JUNE.

THE MOON-JUNE.

N**\v Moon . Tuesday 3rd, 0 hours min. 2th. morn. Stfoml Quarter. Tuesday 10th, at Urs. m.59-». alter. Foil Mm.n. Wednesday 18th, at hrs. min. 35s.after. Last Quarter, Wedoeadav 25th, at It) hrs. 50 m. tls. morn. 111011 WATER AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE This Day—Morn. min. past 10...Eve
10 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CUSTOM HOUSE STORES.

CUSTOM HOUSE STORES.

Hhds. Trs. Brls. Bags. Cases. Landed this week • Delivered this week 21 Stock 7th June 2464 114 130 Repined. —The stock is being rapidly reduced, and as it cannot replaced, even at present prices, further advance must be looked for. 'This week there has been a large business don
10 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland