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At a certain public dinner a preacher was called on to give a toast. The evening was so far advanced that every person present had been toasted already, and also all their friends. It thus happened that the preacher was in considerable perplexity as to what should form the subject of his toast. But the good man was a person of large sympathies, and rising from his seat, said that, without troubling the company with any preliminary observations, ho begged to propose the health of “All people that on earth do dwell.” Paterfamilias; “ Clara, I see that the front gate is down this morning.” Clara (shyly): “Yes, papa, you know love levels all things.”

PUBLIC NOTICK, G. M. MARSHALL. HEN other systems of medicine fail to do you good try Homoeopathy. Recent and chronic oases of Indigestion, Rheumatism, "IT IVER Disorders, and Colds soon yield to a 1 A short course of Homoeopathic treatment. >OOKS and everything needed at Dunedin > Homceopathic Pharmacy, Princes street. WILLIAM TAYLOR, I&TOTICE. William Taylor, Practical j.'ll Watchmaker, Jeweller, etc., late of Stuart street weighbridge, HILST Thanking his many Friends and r , Customers for their past Patronage, begs to announce to them and the &ÜBLIO in general that he has taken more Commodious Premises at Number George street, where all Repairs entrusted to him will still be executed with that Neatness, CARE, and Despatch that have earned merited approval in the past, and at the same exceptionally Moderate Charges. .T. MSBET, ■jpAPERHANGIIIGS,— The and Best Styles of PAPERHANGINGS to be seen in quantity, from 4d upwards. Landed, Rich and Choice Designs TNISBST’S, Octagon, Dunedin, paiu er, e glazier, etc. J. JOHNSON. ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Made on the shortest notice by J' JOHNSON, 148 George street, Dunedin, o Crutches in stock. CORSET. WANTED KNOWN—That Mrs Johnson is the only Maker of the Excelsior Oorret; best in the Colony. CENTRAL RESTAURANT. I BEG to intimate to the Public generally that I have made considerable additions TO my Restaurant, and also added a Ladies’ jDining COM. Prices as usual. All Meals, Gd ; J[\> Beds, 9d, Everything clean AND Comfortable. Breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. Restaurant, street' A. LEHMANN, Proprietress. J. G. GREEN. BEFORE Buying Elsewhere see our Children’s School Boots; wear guaranteed, prices reduced. J. G. Green, 37 George street. BEFORE Buying Elsewhere inspect Stock of Walking Shoes; splendid variety, lowest prices; see Windows. 37 George street. CHEAPEST in Dunedin, Strong Balmorals, Boys’ from 5s lid, Men’s 9s 6d (good solid value); cheap line Men’s, 7s lid. CHEAPEST in Dnuediu,—Ladies’ strong Leather Slippers, 2s lid; Prunellas (heels), 4s lid. J. G, Green, 37 George street G. H. SMITH. MPORTANT NOTICE.—I beg to intimate to the General Public I have Bought the Entire Stock of J. Ford and Co,, grocers and provision merchants, 121 George street, and intend CARRYING on the business at the same address, where I shall bo pleased to see OLD Customers who will favor me with their Ciders. Nothing but the best brands of goods kept in stock. GH. SMITH, family grocer and pro- • vision merchant, 121 George street. JOHN GILLIES. FURNISHING Undertaker, 18 George street and 11 Great King street, CONDUCTS Adults’ Funerals respectably, with Hearse and Attendance, from 70s upwards. CHILDREN’S, hum oOn upwards. Mourning Carriages as required.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8032, 8 October 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 8032, 8 October 1889

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