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DICITONSHIRE CIDER. SUBSCRIBER, being the Grower and I. Manufacturer, is prepared to supply the Trade in Pipes and Hogsheads, free

DICITONSHIRE CIDER. SUBSCRIBER, being the Grower and I. Manufacturer, is prepared to supply the Trade in Pipes and Hogsheads, free

o t board at Plymouth, at Is. per gallon, or at Is. 3d, per gallon delivered. It will be found of superior quality, and in ezrellent condition fur bottling. Samples and smaller size casks can be had on application at the stores, 50, and Si, Btu° CORK. FRANCIS CADE.
14 May 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
T OST —On WEDNESDAY, 9th May, at or war the Cork Steam Ship Company's Office, a Pocket-Book, containing I,llfi in

T OST —On WEDNESDAY, 9th May, at or war the Cork Steam Ship Company's Office, a Pocket-Book, containing I,llfi in

notes, also some letters and other papers, the property of It. Welstead, Esq. 13allywalter, Cantletownroche. Any person finding same, and bringing it to Mr. Beale, Cork Steam Ship Company's Office, or to Head Constable Roe, Patrick's Quay Station, will receive a REWAILD of .£5.
14 May 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Cochrane more than ever disliked by men in office, and to make him feel that in the British navy be

Cochrane more than ever disliked by men in office, and to make him feel that in the British navy be

was in a nest of hornets. His achievements were a curse to him, and his claims to distinction were a ground of offence. What most of all strikes us in contemplating the meet of this great man is his fertility of resources We begin even to forget his bravery in ad:airing his geni
09 April 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HUGHES'S HILLY. HAVING to Resign Business in consequence of ill-health, I beg to return my best thanks for past favours,

HUGHES'S HILLY. HAVING to Resign Business in consequence of ill-health, I beg to return my best thanks for past favours,

and respectfully to inform my friends sax; the Medical Faculty, that I have this day handed over all my Prescriptions Books, and Enniseas to Mr. AvitEre, Apotheeiry's Hall, 7, PATRICKSTREET, near the Bridge, in whom I the most implicit confidence both for his accuracy in the Com
09 April 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCHANGE

EXCHANGE

VIRE, LIFE, and MARINE ASSURANCES V may be effected with this Corporation on advantageous terms. Life Assurances are granted with or without participation in Profits; and in the latter C 360 at reduced rates of Premium. Any sum not exceeding £115,000 may be assured on the same L
02 April 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTRO-BIOLOGY.

ELECTRO-BIOLOGY.

The Theatre was crowded on Saturday night, and Dr. Stone's experiments were very successful and amusing. Mr. Bernnrd Sheehan enlivened the proceedings by many humorous remarks. We are glad to find that Dr. Stone will give two entertainments on Easter Monday in the Athenteum.
02 April 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY ELECTION.

LONDONDERRY ELECTION.

By the Latest telegrams, we perceive that Mr. '4lTormack is at the bend of the poll, and Mr. Greer next, the num..oers being very close. The contested election in Londonderry took place in 1837, when only 348 votes were polled. The present constituency numbers 823, of which 701
02 April 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IUSE OF LORDS-SATtRivAr. Ths House met for formal business, when the Royal assent was gives by Commission to the Mutiny and other bills. The Income Tax and Stamp Duties Bills were read the first time. The house of Commons likewise met and passed the Income Tax and Stamp Duties b
02 April 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TURKISH BATS, CITY VIEW, 30, BLARNEY LANE. - BATH Open from 6 o'Clock to 10, price, SUNDAY, from 10 &Clock

TURKISH BATS, CITY VIEW, 30, BLARNEY LANE. - BATH Open from 6 o'Clock to 10, price, SUNDAY, from 10 &Clock

to 5, price 6d. Half-Dozen, 2. 6d.
02 April 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland