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Terrible Boilkr Explosion.—About half-past two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon dreadful boiler explosion took place at the Hall-end Forge, Church-lane, Hill-top,

Terrible Boilkr Explosion.—About half-past two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon dreadful boiler explosion took place at the Hall-end Forge, Church-lane, Hill-top,

West Bromwich. The works, which belong Mr. T. Johnson, jun., Great are devoted puddling, barmaking, and the manufacture of iron generally. They are divided into two parts, called respectively the " old aide " and the " new side," and one hundred men and boys are constantly emplo
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD SHIPPING-THIS DAY.

WATERFORD SHIPPING-THIS DAY.

Put is— Jane Allonty, bound for Havre. The Hematite, from Wiltshire, has come to Waterford repair damages; New York, 20th Fbbruart.—City of Manchester, from Liverpool, and Britannia, from Glasgow, arrived here on ; Africa, from Liverpool, arrived at Halifax on inst;
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
VALENTIA SHIPPING—THIS DAY.

VALENTIA SHIPPING—THIS DAY.

Sailto—Alma, for Tralee, and her Majeity'a gunboat Magpie, for Dingle oo 2nd March. ... , March.—The Prussian brig Aueusta, Strmltund (Hease, master). days out, from Throndlayed, Norway, bound for Bordeaux—cargo timber and fish.
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
At the O'Connell Committee on Wednesday, the Rev. Mr. O'Hanlon, the honorary secretary, announced that be bad got printed 20,000

At the O'Connell Committee on Wednesday, the Rev. Mr. O'Hanlon, the honorary secretary, announced that be bad got printed 20,000

placards, containing an address which had been agreed upon at a previous meeting, and which is intended to have posted up throughout every parish in Ireland. The following resolution was then adopted: —" That copies of the national address and circulars be sent to tbe various ne
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. SALA'S OPINION OF GENERAL BUTLER.

MR. SALA'S OPINION OF GENERAL BUTLER.

York, Fib. 11. —General Butler is " at it again." It was once said of George IH.'f " own" Lord Chancellor that no human being could ever possibly bare been bo wise Lord Eldon looked. 1 doubt whether there was ever man wicked and so brntal as General Butler endeavours appear. don
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CURE SMOKY CHIMNEYS.

TO CURE SMOKY CHIMNEYS.

Procure circular tube of zinc, or other metal, not lea than three inches in diameter generally, but which can be increased to any larger size that may be required ; additional tube may laid down. Let one end of tho tube pass through tbe outer wall of the bouse, under the floor o
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. CONCENTRATION OF BUSINESS PREMISES. PURCELL & COMPANY BEG to inform their Customers, nod the Public generally, that

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. CONCENTRATION OF BUSINESS PREMISES. PURCELL & COMPANY BEG to inform their Customers, nod the Public generally, that

having completed extensive additions to their STEAM PRESS PRINTING WORKS, No- 3, LAVITT3 UtfAY. (NEAR PATRICK'S BRIDGE,) They hare now transferred to theso Premises the other branches of their business heretofore carried on at 20, Patrick Street. This concentration of the differ
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WAVERLEY NOVELS, COMPLETE, 308. (747) THE UPPER PART of the HOUSE, 93, PATRICKSTREET, to LET, auitahlo for respectable private family.

WAVERLEY NOVELS, COMPLETE, 308. (747) THE UPPER PART of the HOUSE, 93, PATRICKSTREET, to LET, auitahlo for respectable private family.

Apply to (668) MORGAN SMYTH, & CO., Cork. STORE TO LET. COMMODIOUS STORE in FAULKNER'S LANE. Apply the Examiner Office. (528) TO BE LET, FOR such Term ma? be agreed on, Sixty-Fivo Acre* of the Lands of BALLYDORGAN, situated midway the road between Ferrnoy and Tallow, on which is
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE ELECTORS OP THE CORONER'S DISTRICT THE WEST RIDING OP THE COUNTY OF CORK. GENTLEMEN, —A Vacancy having occurred

TO THE ELECTORS OP THE CORONER'S DISTRICT THE WEST RIDING OP THE COUNTY OF CORK. GENTLEMEN, —A Vacancy having occurred

in this DISTRICT, I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for the Office of CORONER. Should Ibo honored with your choice I trust yon shall find my discharge of the duties satisfactory in every respect. have the honor to remain, Gentlemen, your most obe dient Servant, JAMES MULCAHY,
04 March 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FLAX-SCUTCHING. THE EDITOR OF TUB CORK EXAMINER. Sib, —As Secretary to the Joint Committee of the Royal Dublin and Royal

FLAX-SCUTCHING. THE EDITOR OF TUB CORK EXAMINER. Sib, —As Secretary to the Joint Committee of the Royal Dublin and Royal

Agricultural Societies, I received the annexed important letter from Mr. Gray, of Uddingston, which public grounds I consider it duty to forward to you for insertion in yonr paper, should you deem it advisable to do so.—Your obedient servant, J. BADHAM THORNHILL. (Copy) TO CAPTA
26 October 1864 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland