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The admissions to the Dunedin Hospital last week were thirteen, and the discharges therefrom nineteen. On Saturday there remained ninety-one inmates. The deaths during the week were—William Towers, Charles J. haloan'er, and Alexander M'Crorie. The New York ‘ Critic ’ is a literary journal. Therefore of course it is interested in Professor Mahaffy, who has gone on a lecturing tour to the States. So it describes him in the following pleasantly literary fashion:—“A tall man dressed in grey, with a grey slouch hat, his trousers turned up at the bottom, and showing several inches of blue worsted sock, appeared on the platform of a car which arrived at Mayville a little before six this evening. His face was broad and jovial, with little strips of side whiskers about the color of molasses candy extending half-way across his cheeks towards the nose.’’

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Evening Star, Issue 8043, 21 October 1889

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Evening Star Issue 8043, 21 October 1889

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