The Cork Examiner, 25 February 1882

PUBLIC HEALTH (IRELAND) ACT, 1878
(41 and 42 Vic. c. 52)
WHEREAS the Town Commissioners of Queenstown, in the County of Cork, being the Urban Sanitary Authority for the said town, have presented a petition to the Local Government Board for Ireland, praying that they may, with respect to the lands and premises mentioned or referred to therein, be allowed to put in force the powers and provisions of the Land Clauses' Acts, with respect to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement, the said lands and premises being required to enable the petitioners to carry out certain works for supplying the town with water for drinking and domestic, and public, and private use. The lands intended to be taken are stated to amount in all to 17 acres, 1 rood, and 15 perches, statute measure or thereabouts, and also way leave to occupy 7 acres, 3 roods, and are situate in the Townlands of Cloneen, Tibbotstown, Forrestown, Anngrove, Tullagreen, Foaty, Belvelly, Marino, Lissanisky, Ballynacrusha, Glebe Lands, Ballyvoloon, Dean and Chapter, Lands of Cloyne, Ticknock, Carrignafoy, Ringmeen, Ringacollig, and Kilgarvan, in the Parishes of Carrigtwohill, Clonmel and Templerobin, in the Barony of Barrymore, and County of Cork, and it is also intended to take so much of the water from the stream and springs in the Town lands of Cloneen and Tibbotstown, as may be necessary for the supply of the said Town with water for drinking, domestic, and private and public purposes. The Said Lands and Premises are in the occupation of the representatives of Robert J. Martin, Thomas R. Jobson, Francis Wise, Abraham J. Devonshire, the Public, Daniel Finn, Daniel Ahern, the Great Southern and Western Railway Company, Arthur H. Smith Barry, Garrett Condon, Nicholas Healy, Joseph Lindsay, Nicholas English, Garrett Barry, Michael Creedon, John Holmes, Michael English, and Marie M. Carr. A plan of the undertaking was duly deposited for inspection at the offices of the said Town Commissioners, in the Town of Queenstown. And whereas the Local Government Board for Ireland have taken the said petition into consideration, and have determined to direct a Local Inquiry as to the propriety of assenting to the prayer thereof. And whereas a loan of the sum of twenty-five thousand pounds will be required for the purpose of the said Works, and the sanction of the Local Government Board is necessary to such Loan, which exceeds the assessable value for one year of the premises within the district in respect of which such money may be borrowed. Now, therefore, the Local Government Board for Ireland hereby give Notice that they have instructed their Inspector, Charles Philip Cotton, Esq., C.F., to make a local inquiry into the said Petition, and as to the propriety of assenting to the prayer thereof, and also into the matter of the said loan ; and that Mr. Cotton will attend at the Town Commissioners Office, Queenstown, on Friday, the 24th day of March, 1882, at 11 o'Clock, a.m., to make inquiry accordingly. Any person affected by the proposals in said petition, or objecting to the said Loan being sanctioned may forward a statement of his objections to the Local Government Board at their Office, Customhouse, Dublin, and all persons interested may attend at the inquiry and make objections.
              By order of the Board,
              B. BANKS, Secretary,
       Local Government Board, Dublin.
23rd Feb. 1882.

PLANTING.
THE Cork Harbour Commissioners are prepared to receive Tenders for Planting the New Marina Road in accordance with Specification, which may be seen at the Engineer's Office, 73, South Mall.
   Tenders to be lodged with me on or before 12 o'Clock noon on Wednesday, the 1st of March next.
   The Commissioners do not bind themselves to accept the Lowest or any Tender.
              By Order,
                            WILLIAM DONEGAN,
                                           Secretary.
Ballast Office, Cork
                     Feb. 23rd, 1882

NOTICE.
ANY Person or Persons found Trespassing, Injuring or taking away any Property on my Farm at Coole, and further take Notice, that the Owners of any Cattle found Trespassing or Grazing on said Farm without my written permission all will be Prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the Law.
              DANIEL GEARY,
                             Mulgrave Road, Cork
       Feb. 24th, 1882

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