|SHIP NEWS—COVE OF CORK.
Dec. 2.—Wind N.N.W.
| ARRIVED—Betsey, Lloyd,
Galway, kelp ; Joseph, Flavin, Gloucester, salt ; Anna, Hunter,
Alexandria, beans, orders ; Orion, Williams, Newport ; Rose
Steamer ; Margaret, Alert, Robt. Law, Nonpariel, Jessie—coals.
SAILED—Caroline Leseur, Carey,
Waterford, maize ; Spee, ——, Newport, ballast ; Xerazano,
Evans, Cardiff, do ; Queen, Mitchel, Liverpool, maize ; J. H. Yates,
Watson, Cardiff, ballast ; Judge Thompson, Capon, Vienna, do ; Pomona,
Briggs, Galway, maize ; Vislon, Harvey, Liverpool, general ; Metoka,
M'Larne, New York, emigrants.
|Dec. 3—Wind N.N.E.
| ARRIVED—Nimrod Steamer ;
H.M. Steamer Lucifer.
Limerick, maize ; Jane, Crowley, Bristol, grain ; Ida, Harvey,
Llanelly, ballast ; Unicorn, Nicholson, Liverpool, timber.
Put Back—Scio, for Newry—Sally, for Newport
—Herbert, for Newport.
The Aeneas floated off the beach near Atkinson's Quay,
where she lay since the gale of the 20th ult.
CROOKHAVEN, NOVEMBER 29—WIND E.N.E.
| Put in—John St. Barbe, of London, Davis, from
Limerick to London with oats ; Alfred and James, of Milford, Evans, from
Kilrush to Glasgow, oats ; Portia, of Glasgow, M'Lea, from Tarbert to
Glasgow, do ; Wilfrid, of Workington, Boyd, from Tralee to Liverpool,
oats, two days out ; Acorn, of Cardigan, Jones, from Limerick to Glasgow,
oats, ten days out ; Magnes, of London, Douglas, from Galway to Troon,
ballast, three days out ; Thetis, of Cardigan, Davis, from Llanelly,
bound to Tralee.
DISASTERS AT SEA.
(From the Monmouthshire Merlin.)
| By the kindness of Capt. Sutton of the Girl I love, we
have learnt that on his passage from Cork to Newport, on Sunday last, he saw, 20
miles S. E. by S. of Cork, the deck of a vessel waterlogged and dismasted, with
spars floating around her, and doubtless all hands lost.
The barque Kangaroo, of Cork, arrived here on Thursday
morning, and when near her berth, a man was knocked into the river by the
spanker boom, and was drowned. The body has not been found.
Capt. Sutton, of the Robert Lawe, reports that when 30 miles
S.E. by S., from Cork, to this port, he saw the smack Charlotte, of Guernsey,
copper-bottomed, quite a wreck, and dismasted.
Several vessels which left Cork on Thursday week, and should
have arrived on Sunday last, not having arrived in this port up to yesterday,
are thought to be lost.
|K I L L A R N E Y .—W E D N E S D A Y.
[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.]
| HIGH SHERIFF OF
KERRY.—Daniel Cronin, jun., Esq., of the Park, has been
appointed High Sheriff of this county.
November Fair of this town was held on Monday. It was as discouraging a fair as
could be imagined, prices low and no demand. The great portion of the pigs and
cattle brought in were taken back by the farmers.
On Sunday thirteen persons were taken in the neighbourhood of
Churchill by a party of Dragoons from this town, and a strong police force,—for
the robbery of Mr. Leahy's wheat, and Hannan's flour, last week, as adverted to
in my last. They were lodged in Millstreet Bridewell.
A PIG FOR A PENNY.—At
Tralee Market on Saturday a farmer, who had a number of Bonives in a car for
sale, on returning home with some unsold, gave one of them to the custom man in
liquidation of his charge of a penny.
of these necessary institutions has been established in Kallarney [sic] for the
last three weeks. It was got up by the exertions of Mr. D. W. Murphy and Mr.
Lynigar, assisted by Mr. Augustus Galway, with very small means. It is carried
on temporarily in the old brewery, and the soup sold at a penny a quart by
tickets. Six hundred quarts a-week are now prepared, but when the permanent
place in the Relief Stores is fitted up they will be able to give out 800.
INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT
| The Insolvent Debtors' Court was opened on yesterday by
Mr. Commissioner Farrell.
|John Gallaher, Insolvent
| Mr. Galwey opposed the discharge of the insolvent, an
[sic] shipwright, formerly living at Union Hall, on behalf of a person named
John Ryan, a butcher, with whom he incurred a debt of £3 2s. for meat. It was
stated that he was capable of earning £1 4s. a week, in addition to which he
received from his son, a seaman, a monthly remittance of £1 10s. Out of these
means he was enabled to build a comfortable house, while his debts amounted only
to £18 or £20.
The case was ordered to stand over to the next commission.
|Thomas Barry, Insolvent
| Mr. Galwey opposed the petition in this case on behalf of
James Palmer, manager of the National Bank of Kanturk. It was also resisted by
Mr. O'Connell on the part of James and Ellen Barry, brother and sister of the
applicant. It appeared that at the death of their father, his farm was divided
between the brothers on condition of their raising a fortune for their sister.
Thomas accordingly passed a bill for £40, as the sister's portion. Since a
distress was brought against the land, of which James had to pay the whole
amount, £42. Petition Dismissed.