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ST. VINCEN UL'S ORPH

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UL'S l I ST. VINC N'M 0 ?? ANXNi.L CHRIS! OMIME. A PHENOM'IMA, - ES-. Th re is ?? (4 .! ...1yz igh;ul in a parforni:nt e g ven t' caii.t-, Lot Ciasr is anl 1rA.aue r whs ThptIt-iC atna 'fa-sir.itirg chboI in sucim an ?? t 8 iht. &en yester- ent rmaiatitt as ?? r0 3~~ day ait-rnoo
01 January 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS.

SPORTING NEWS I -- BALDOYLE MEETING, THIS DAY. (By Our Special Commissioner.) _le fear need he entertained that the frost. ! made its appearance at an early hour v c-s"tctvly morning, will interfere with the -New Year celebratin on the Metro- I tn course, particularly as the atmo
01 January 1900 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACCEPTABLE rBBSBNT.

ACCEPTABLE rBBSBNT.

'•■ ' ' m** F. ALLMAN & CO. SALU, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3ta, And Follow inf Days. T.A-nnM- UHDEECLOTHnrO. OOBSBTB. liADXEB' HOBIKBY. HOBIERT. KID QLOVBB- ALLMAN * CO. Law m»ini • .plaodid . Fun BiK»Ui, tho Bnt U.nafMtvrar. LADIES’ DNDBBCLOTEING. To bo Sold Co« Pbici. A lan* Portioa of
01 January 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Pnrif SC on end C!j-ending. It U fore no* j and

Pnrif SC on end C!j-ending. It U fore no* j and

01 January 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK EXAMINER. MO! LATEST BOHR TAOTICB. SORTIE AT LADYSMITH.

THE CORK EXAMINER. MO! LATEST BOHR TAOTICB. SORTIE AT LADYSMITH.

(Til rough Laffan’s Agency.) Caaip, 29th, 10.8 a.m. Before dark last night tlie guns trained on to some form houses which frequented by tbe end 9..10 shots were firod. The weather is rainy. Major Byn*. with strong patrol partv, made this towar*'s Spring eld. and another patrol T
01 January 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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TAOTXCS OF THE BOEBS. THE PERILS OF OCTPOOT DUTT.

TAOTXCS OF THE BOEBS. THE PERILS OF OCTPOOT DUTT.

(Central News Agency). Durban. December 30th, 3 p.m. ! (From the Central News War CorrespondraO. About one bundrwl officer* and men from Camp. Dec. 2a, 6 p.m. rarioue regiment*, mostly wounded m the | report that the Boer a hare retired Tusela battle, together with a number in-
01 January 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SITUATION IN CAPE BIG GUN SAID TO BE CAPTURED.

THE SITUATION IN CAPE BIG GUN SAID TO BE CAPTURED.

(From the Central News War Oorreetpondent.) I Chioreley Camp. Doc, 30tb. R. 30 a.m. A native trim just been brought into this camp one of our mounted patrols states that General White made successful sortie on Friday morning against a strong ( position held by the Beam. The posi
01 January 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
XEW POTTTH WALES REVENUE.

XEW POTTTH WALES REVENUE.

Sydney, Saturday. The revenue New South for Dec. amounts to £871,795, being an increase of £29 843 compared with. December ’9B, and the revenue for the quarter was £2,519,720, an increase of £68,885 over the correspondtntj period last year. The principal increases for the quarte
01 January 1900 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HIM ONIS TR4)IIII.E

HIM ONIS TR4)IIII.E

A I.ed-ridden old halusrmati at a Sentolt wet...ling-ewe was frequently risue.l during hts IPM ilhtesa In- a kind•hearied eke itymsn. who wore ..ne .4 :11..ne .lone-htting eletieal sande at. whieii button behind. The clergyman saw one day that the old man a end was eery near. an
01 January 1900 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
seven'!" asked the obliging assistant "Five," was the leconk answer. and the customer having been served was about turning away

seven'!" asked the obliging assistant "Five," was the leconk answer. and the customer having been served was about turning away

with his purchene. when. apparently wreck by an idea, the again approached the counter, and asked, "Can you post live of these cigars for titer Certaiely„" was the reply. and. being handed a label ■nd prn and ink. he was desired to till In the address where be desired the rises
01 January 1900 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland