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  • County: Cork, Republic Of Ireland
  • For Years: 1910 - 1919

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

18 May 1910

LIMERICK WIDOWS CLAIM. FOR LOS 6 OF HI BBAN'D. IMPORTANT POINT. Dublin. Tuaaday. Is Court Appaal to-day, before the laird Chanuallor. laird Joatite llolmaa, and laird Juatioe Cherry, ia the caar OaIUM. applicant. I.imarick Sleambip Company, raapondenU

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 Mar 1911

favourite Mr. W. P. Hanley Kilcooley, owner up. hut ieU*«t the first fence. oalMr. Hanley received come nasty brriaes the heed and hark from another liome which jumped him. fit** home laird Kenmare’* Mbit C th* hand* that very capable horseman. Mr. Jack Roche

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Aug 1911

respected fellow -townsman. Mr. TisMMhy Sheehy, M.G.C., who, with his wife and family, have the sympsthy of the entire community the lose they have sustained. MR. THOMAS ALLEN. CCMMEEN. CARRIGALINE. Muck regr*t wa« Mt Ux> th, d«ath of Mr. Thorax Alko. . Carrisaline

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Aug 1910

but . Scotch Laird saw them ' lao d 9 4 each at the start. <1 destined win. the victor provh' ( Mauve Patch, this being the first To, :V''her has trained for Mr Dyer. :■ ha, beige, the well-known sporting jour- H , had much luck with his horses, P> have

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

27 May 1910

Palrce *«w atonds. LONDON CORRESPONDENCE them aa doubt that his personality and ifMPhss would utharwiso hero made drop impression. His visit to Quota Alexandra yesterday waa by request the Mother. Hi* reply the depute, tion the Inter-Parliamentary Talon waa

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

15 Aug 1910

P'ivo furlongs. 8 13 Mr W RI’RBKRRY, or {. by Aqua-scutum—Bcrigonium. sys. .7 Clark - 813 Mr John McCall’s !FIMr Brough's Lovely Grace

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

9 Nov 1911

great friend hi*. That letter was in existence atill. He told him invited the previous week Mr. Pelham, Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant, have an interview with him. The Interview opened Pelham telling him that was to repaid him simply a» Mr. Pelham, and

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

15 Sep 1910

penalty 20;?j. Five furlongs. Mr •Carroll’s Queen Tii Darling 1 Mr S Smith's High wayside W Jarvis 12 Mr Carroll’s Darling 8 10 Mr Escott's Chalmers 10 I>arnach’s c by Jeddah—Keelrow Sanderson 10 Metcalfe’s Mr Jersey Metcalfe 8 7 Mr Cohn’s l'Tederick II 7 Lord

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

1 Sep 1911

the previous year about €50.. Mr. Hidton’a won the riuDcrack Suker. Cylgad finished first, but diaqualified for boring. The shop of Mr. C. O’Leary, Barrack street. Bantrv. wa* destroyed by fire morning. Mr. is brother of Mr. D. rriiren. 8.L.. National**

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

24 Feb 1911

Bolus, by*. Withington 11 Mr H Hartigan's Dafila. a. Hartigan 11 Mr Pratt Pitacs. by*. W .larri* 10 Woriledga’s Prortige, 4y», PuUea 10 12 Mr Oorbam'* Wl2 Mr Stadal!** bya, Sadler, jun. 10 12 Lady Walker'* Grrs, Imtham 10 10 Mr Cothbert>«n's (50). a. O

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

17 Jan 1911

feed cows, t»cf atxl drv. • Mr. «rroli Arc 10 »rrc» the l»*»t lmul you have? No. it i» the h<*vic*t. Mr. Coroner Bvmo. for tlic tenant, valued the hold' £M Ifc- acres «t Itr. arret, at B*. The earning »aa 15 coilopa £5 earh. Mr-. Kllen Roche, tenant: aanw

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

14 Apr 1910

faLoabfard. Mr. T. M. Haaly late asste* kaate Htes—te agpeHiaf Mr. aSriaa's Haw of (aa iaterHaw Mr. O’Brien bad with tba nmaaellw of ragard to Bodgri. Aawnf tba who left Capetown yoiterdty far on the K.M.B. Saxon warn Lady LacnnAeM. lady Bawrywra, tba

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

1 Nov 1911

Moloney worked to tk« best of his would worth £1 p« week. Mr said that Mr. Rom’s name been mentioned in connection with tha mat tv desired say that before Mr. Ro*a went Mr. Moloney first saw Mr. Julian. Mr. Julian—That is so. Mr. Heaiy—l want to state that

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

13 Feb 1911

Murphy. Mrs Kennedy. Mr* Pike. .Mrs C. Townsend. Mr* Forbee. Mr» Mrs Sherrard. Mrs Cooke-Cpllis, Kir A. DoWiin. Kir D. J. Mrs Whitc. Mrs W. H. Powell. Mrs Roberts. M aa Roberts. Mis* tl. M. Beale, Miss Mrs M’. franc. Mias M. Miss B. Map ner. View article

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

22 Nov 1910

Sacred and of the Sacred Heart of Mary; from Mr. and .Mrs. O’Ha Conan, Hoepdal, two beautiful brandh candtestioks; from Mas. Lyncfi, a painting the Mmdonna; from the school ran, study' of Bemavetto and Our Lady of Lourdes; from the nuns of the Morey Convent

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

25 Oct 1911

they will get as grand reception his father and mother got, believe here in Cork that King George and his noble Queen are aa well inclined toward* Ireland as his father was, and I deeply regret that King George and hi* Queen didn’t Cork this time, but

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

30 Aug 1911

I 2 Mr i Jaecer (BJH) 9 Mr J ioel’t c St Morton 9 Sir .1 RoWirtOO . i»inp»poro 0 lAn«talo’« fcmjlM. 811 Lord '('.dopin'. (3119 , 811 Mr -TorIN y.idm Erlrgh 161 b) C Pork 8 Mr Joel*. Ind. Flo Pork II Hardy’. Van.lull Print. 8 11 Mr R C Hw.n’. laird Itoturt

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

31 Oct 1911

Cannon 6 12 Mr A Barton's PsgTop. 4ym. Msdcalfr 6 12 Mr J Sullivan's King. SnUiTaa 11 Mr O Smith's B-'sok Fridsy. Hayes 6 10 Mr R Bakor's Ruddaga Qnera. 4^t,^ 6 Mr L Wittana's Thr Spy 11.. 3ys, J Cannon 6 Mr Cranford** Pohrmoos, Linton 10 Mr Aston’s Kilmellocfc

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

7 Mar 1911

M<*mif. Atr HuUr'ft Mr A. HnuA. 111. . Mr. .<. K. IWlhwtr® Mr. W. P. Hunlr. Mi* Morin Mr. F. H«iria«r I Ronm Mr. \V. K. H«»H. Neptußi 111 Mr. K. ilawtao*. Count ext Co-k Mr Pmpp* dnntr,. Bor Mr T. it^r.r.. Merry IV (’. M. Curd* Mr. C. T. (VwUAir. P

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Cork Examiner

Cork Examiner Cork, Republic of Ireland

5 Mar 1912

ante of thanks to Mr. Genres for his clear sad able exposition of the Act. and the beoaflts to be under It. In his opinion the Commissioner* were raj fortunate in Karine secured the serrioes Mr. Graree one of their lecturers, end from his address that mjrht

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