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One of the best things Mrs Grote ever said was about Sydney Smith's daughter—who was married to Dr Holland—in consequence of her husband's beiDg made a baronet. Somebody hearing Lady Holland spoken of, asked if Lord Holland's wife was referred to. " No," said Mrs Grote ; " this is New Holland, and the capital is Sydney." The aged Empress of Germany and the Sultan of Turkey were the only two royal personages who personally contributed to the relief of the Johnstown sufferers.

PUBLIC NOTIOE&. G. M. MARSHALL. 'HEN other Byatems of medicine fail to do j T you good try Homoeopathy. Recent and chronic cases of Indigestion, Rheumatium, ' IVER Disorders, and Colds soon yield to o Bhorfc course of Homoeopathio treatment. >OOKS and evarything needed at Dunedin Horaoeopathio Pharmacy, Princes Btreet. PROFESSOR M'QUEEN. IN Btyle seldom equalled—Gentlemen s Hair cutting, 6d ; Hair-cutting and singeing, Is; Shaving and Brushing, 6d; Razors carefully GROUND and Sot, Is j real German Hollow Ground kept iu stook, at lowest prices, at M'Queen's, 52 George street. LADIES' Hair Cutting and Singeing, la; Children's Cutting, 6d. Combings made up, lowest prices, M'Queen, 52 George street. DR MONTGOMERY'S Sulphur Restorative, the only safe propara'im for Restoring Grey Hair and Removing Dandruff, I~S 6d and 3s. Best Black Hair Dye, 4s; Brown Hair Dye, 3s 6d; Pearl dream, f ( ,r Removing Pimples, Is 6d. "AIR Ornaments in Pearl, Steel, Gilt, and Shell, at lowest prices, at M'CJiuen's.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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