|CORK HARBOURSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.|
February 24th, 1863.
| ARRIVEDOlive, Spillane, Valencia, flags ; Mary Connick (collier) ; Amana, Graham, Kustendje, maize ; Milost, Radonicich, Constantinople, wheat.
SAILEDCornhill, Murray, Cardiff, ballast ; Magyar, Pendergast, Youghal, ballast ; Alexandrina Victoria, Murphy, Cardiff, ballast ; Adelaide, Price, Newport, scrap iron ; Perilla, Bayes, Newport, ballast ; Eliza, Walsh, Newport, ballast ; Sabrina steamer ; Gem of the Ocean, Baxfield, Antwerp, olive oil ; Ocean, Christiansen, London, timber ; Crimea, Bodd, Limerick, maize ; Matfen, Taylor, Glasgow, maize ; Chieftan, Anderson, Ballina, maize ; Orizova, Fleming, Liverpool, bone ash ; Mercurim, Merelbach, Cardiff, ballast.
|(By Magnetic Telegraph.)|
| ARRIVED(Wind S.S.W.; dull, misty)Daphne, from New York ; Devi Versuch, New York ; Banshee, Liverpool, for Madeira. Put in (damage to machinery) Thomas English, Sulina.|
MR. JOHN SANDES CUSSEN.
| A letter from Bruree, received by us yesterday, states that the above gentleman is considerably betterthat the inflammation which arose from his wounds has subsided that in the course of a few days it is to be hoped he will be convalescent. It is added that as yet no clue whatsoever has been discovered of his cowardly and treacherous assailants and that the cause in which the outrage originated is involved in the deepest obscurity, though there are several curious rumours afloat connected with the case. Mr. Cussen has been all his life a most worthy and inoffensive gentleman. His life, it is said, has been insured for a considerable amount by several parties. Limerick Reporter.|
|A SHOCKING fatal accident occurred on Monday in Bandon. A young girl, aged about twenty-two, named Olliffe, who was subject to attacks of epilepsy, was left by her mother reading at the fire, when she was seized with a fit and fell forward, her face coming on the fire. She was found in this position on the return of the mother with life still in her, but horribly injured, the eyes being completely burned out of her head. She survived but a short time.|
| THE PNEUMATIC DESPATCH MAIL SERVICE.On Friday morning, for the first time, the mails were despatched from the Euston terminus of the London and North Western Railway to the western district post-office, through the tube of the Pneumatic Despatch Company. A number of the post-office officials were present. The whole of the works were in good order, and on the arrival of the first mail train at 9.45 a.m., the mail bags, 35 in number, were placed on cars by 9.47 ; the valves were then turned, and the train containing the first mails despatched by the agency of the atmosphere were blown through the tube to the station at Eversholt-street, reaching the destination at 9.50, the rapidity of the conveyance affording evidently the greatest satisfaction to those who witnessed the novel operation. The next mail train arrived at 10.11 a.m., the bags were placed in the car at 10.12, and reached their destination, upwards of one-third of a mile distant at 10.13½. The third mail arrived at 10.32½ a.m., the mails were deposited in the car at 10.34, and arrived safely at Eversholt-street at 10.35¾. The mails arrived at intervals during the day till about 6.40 p.m., and were all despatched through the tube, there being one return journey from the Western District Post-office to Euston at about 2.30. The company will commence the Holborn extension at an early period.|
| THE DUHALLOW HOUNDS.We regret to see the following announcement in the last Bell's Life:Lord Doneraile resigns the Mastership of these foxhounds, and Stephen Goodall, their huntsman, will be open to an engagement next year.|
| APPOINTMENTS.CommanderJohn C. Soady, to the Fisgard, for service in the Royal Oak. EngineerJ. Swan, to the Victory, for the Sprightly. Second Class Assistant Engineer W. E. Trenwith, to the Megera. Acting Second Class Assistant EngineerW. Chrichton, to the Russell.
PROMOTION.EngineerRichard Elia Denison, to the Petrel.
| February 23, at No. 3, M'Carthy's Buildings, Cabra, Dublin, the wife of Mr. Daniel D. Listen, of a daughter.
February 21, at Haddington-terrace, Kingstown, the wife of Lieut.-Colonel Boileau, Madras Engineers, of a daughter.
On the 2nd Jan., at Victoria, Vancouver's Island, the wife of James D. Walker, Esq., Manager, Bank of British Columbia, of a son.
On the 29th Jan., at Damascus, the wife of Edward Thomas Rogers, Esq., he Majesty's Consul, of a son.
| On the 24th inst., at Monkstown Church, by the Venerable the Archdeacon of Limerick, assisted by the Rev. George Hazlewood, Vicar, Francis Edward Rowland, only son of Francis Rowland, Esq., of Kilboy House, in this county, to Maria Elizabeth, daughter of the late Charles Eyre Coote, Esq.
On the 24th inst., at Christ Church, by the Rev. Maurice F. Day, M.A., Incumbent of St. Matthias', Dublin, the Rev. Achilles Daunt, Rector of Ringcurran, to Catherine Mary, elder daughter of the late Rev. John Leslie, Rector of Kilcredan, in this county.
On the 17th inst., in Waterford, Frances Elizabeth, daughter of John Pollock, of Youghal, Esq., to Francis E. Harney, son of the late Robert Harney, of Kyle House, county Wexford, Esq.
On the 17th inst., at Brenden's Church, Ardfert, by the Rev. John O'Connell, P.P., assisted by the Rev. Mr. Mollyneaux, C.C., Mr. Thomas Galvin, of Bridge-street, merchant, to Ellen, daughter of Mr. John O'Connell, of Knockena.
On Wednesday, Oct. 15, at St. John's Church, Frederick, Md., by the bride's brother, the Rev. Thomas McDonough, S. J., Mr. Maurice Crean, of the Post Office Department, Cairo, Ill., to Miss Lizzie McDonough, of Baltimore, Md., natives of Dingle, county Kerry.
| On the 22d inst., at Milville, Clonakilty, Anne, wife of P. B. Griffin, Esq.
On the 22nd inst., at Plymouth, Susan, widow of the late Robert Crofts Bullen, Esq., of Ballythomas, near Mallow, aged 63.
On the 18th inst., at Amboise Mansion, Pembridge Villas, Captain R. N. Everard, of Randellstown, county Meath.
On Monday night, in Tralee, aged 63, Rowland Tallis Eagan, Esq.
Feb. 24, at the residence Thomas L. Synnott, Esq., Grangegorman, Annie Maria, youngest daughter of the late Andrew J. Banfield, Esq., solicitor, Loughrea.
At his residence, Tinahely, co. Wicklow, Mr. Patrick Lalor.
Feb. 9, at New York, Mr. James Healy, only son of Daniel Healy, Esq., a native of the city of Cork, in his 30th year.
Feb. 10, at New York, Mrs. Elizabeth Joyce, widow of the late George Joyce, a native of the county Cork, in the 38th year of her age.
Feb. 21, at Dundalk, of bronchitis, Hill Willson Rowan, Esq., J.P., late of Sutton, Howth, in his 84th year.
| The Dean of Dromore has announced to the public that he will, on the 10th of next month, marry any person who gives the proper notice on the 3rd, free of any charge whatever.Newry Telegraph.|
| It is believed, says the London correspondent of the Manchester Guardian, that the government are entertaining the suggestion that the theatres should be opened gratuitously on the day of the wedding. The Lord Chamberlain's department is in consultation with the managers on the subject.|