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PRESENTATION TO CAPTAIN BALDWIN.

One of those pleasing ceremonies which tend to show the esteem in which a person is held by those with whom he comes into immediate contact by reason of his business relations, took place at the Occidental Hotel on Saturday afternoon. The occasion was the presentation of a handsomely illuminated adJress (the work of Mr T. George) to Captain Baldwin, the retiring editor of the Guardian and Southern Mercury, and was made by Mr G. Fenwick, in the presence of a number of employeson those newspapers, and some representatives from the other journals. \ The address read as follows ; — Wm, Baldwin, Fsq. Dear Mr— We, the undersigned eniployds of tho Guardian Printing Company (limited), desire to express our regret that private circumstances should luve iucluced you to relinquish the editorship of the Guardian and Southern Mercury. During the time we have had the pleasure of working with you, we have found you on all occasions gentlemanly, straightforward, and obliging ; and whilst zealously looking afier the interests of the Company, you have alw.y s been careful to do justly with those under your supervision. Wish ug you, dear sir, a prosperous career, we bejr to subscribe ourselves, very sincerely. (Here follow 35 signatures.)

Captain Baldwin, in replying, spoke of the harmony existing between the employes of the paper and himself during his connection as editor ; and he stated that, whether in or out of the office, he would always have the interests and welfare of the Guardian at heart. Some other toasts having been drunk, including the Guardian and Mercury, the party separated.

Valuable Discovery for the Haib.— lf your hah- is turning grey or white, or falling off, use ;'The Mexican Hair llenewer," for it will positively restore in every case Grey or White hair to its original colour, without leav. ing the disagreeable smell of most " [Restorers. ' It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, Avhere the glands are not decayed. Certificate from Dr Versmann on every bottle, with full particulars. Ask your nearest Chemist for The Mexican Hair Eenewer," nrepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford Street, Lon. don, and sold everywhere at 3s 6d per bottle. I7ap

Flobiline !— Fok the Teeth and Bbeath. —A few drops of the liquid "Floribne sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produce a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses tho teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fra+jranco to the breath. It removes all unploasan! odour arising from decayed teeth or tobaoco smoke. " The Fragrant Floriline," being composed in part of honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Sold everywhere at 2s 6cl Prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford Street, London. ITi,^

Advice to Mothers .'—Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mhß Winslow's Soothing Sybup. It will relieve the poor sufferer jnmediately. It is perfectly harmless and plwasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by rolieving the child from pain, and the uttla cherub awakes "as bright as a button." It soothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the boweui, and is the beßt known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Sold everywhere at la l^d per bottle. Manufactory 493 Oxford Street, Tendon. 17«B

STRANGERS paying a visit to Dun9din are often at a loss to know which iB the beat establishment to visit for the purohase of dra* pery and clothing. Herbert, Haynes, and Co. offer special advantages to the public tha* can be met with nowhere else in the city They keep at all times the largest and best assorted stock of every class of goods, imr ported direct from the leading manufactuxor^ and warehousemen at home, which, bein^ bought entirely upon oash terms, tney are enabled to offer goods of such sterling value as cannot be equalled by any othe>* house in the trade. Every article in stock is marked at a fixed price for ready money, from which no abatement is ever made, ao that the most inexperienced buy their goods at the same price as the best judges. Their termp are net cash, without discount or reduction of any kind. A fuller description of their stock will be found in an advertisement in the first aye of this paper. — fAovr.]

Oxygen is Life.— Dr Bbight's Phosfho. DYNE. — Multitudes of people are hopelessly suffering from debility, nervouß and liver complaints, depression of spirits, hypoohon. dria, timidity, indigestion, failure of hear* ing, sight, and memory, lassitude, want of power, &c. , whose cases admit or a permanent cure by the new remedy Phospnodyne (Ozonic Oxygen), which at once allays all irritation and excitement, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled constitution, and rapidly cures every stage of theao hitherto incurable and distressing maladies, Sold by all Chemists and Druggists throughout tbe Globe. Caution. — The large and increasing demand for Dr Bright's Phospho. dyne has led to several imitations under somewhat similar names ; purchasers of this medicine should therefore be careful to observe that each case bears the Government Stamp, with the words, Dr Bright's Phos. phodyne engraved thereon, and that tha same words are also blown in the bottle. — [Advt.] 27n

"Berkeley, Sept. 1869. — Gentlemen, I feel it a duty I owe to you to express my gratitude for the great benefit I bu*« derivea by taking 'Norton's Camomile Pills.' I applied to your agent, Mr Bell, Berkeley, for the above-named Pills, for wind in the stomach, from which I suffered excruciating pain for a length of time, having tried nearly every remedy prescribed, but without deriv. mg any benefit at all. After taking two bottles of your valuable Pills, I was quite restored to my usual state of health. Pleaße give this publicity, for the benefil of those who may l)e thus afflicted. I am, Sir. yours truly, Hbney Allpass.-To the Proprietors of fcjw'fi Capias PWW*"-^a3lvT,]

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. f 'The following table shows the result of the elections Up to the present time. We have indicated the political views of the members by classing them as Centralists and Anti Centralistsi The name of every member who did not Bit during the last Paruament is marked thus t »—

Dunedin City .. J. Macandrew „ „ .. B. Stout „ „ .. iW. J. M. Larnach .. Caversham .. .. tJ. Seaton .. •• Tuapeka .. .. J. C. Srov.n . . .. Walkouaiti „ .. G. M'Lean .. Ohristehurch City .. tE. C. J. Stevous .. „ E. Richardson •• ' . fW. S. Moorhousn .. \von W. Bolleaton >. Kaiapbl .. .. C. C. Bowen Nelson City.. .. O.Curtis .. , .. .. tJ. Sharp .. AilcklandVest .. SirG Grey .. .. P Dignan .. Invercargill .. .. tG. Uimsden . . Bruce .. • • W.A.Murray Wellington .. .. E. Pearce .. G. Hunter .. ,•• Aoa\yn •■ •• tA.. J. Burns .. •• Geraldine(Canterbury) tE. Wakefteld Dwtan .. .. V. Pyke .. « Newton (Auckland).. W. Swanson. ~ Lyttelton . . . . *H. P. M. Aynsley . . Taieri .. .. D. Reid Onebunga .. .. MGO'ftorke " Tlmaru . . . *'• W. Stafford . . Grey and Bell .. F. A. Carrington .. Akaroa . .. W. Montgomery .. Nelson (Suburbs) .. A.J.Mohmand .. Hutt, Wellington .. W. Fitzherbert .. Auckland East .. tW. L. Rees .. Napier .. .. gJ-gS H sei'^ .. .. p»»?y. Colllngwood .. W. Gibbs .. >, Wallace .. .. Noyce Welliugton Country Dibtrict . . . . A. de B. Brandon .. Heathcote .. .. tJ. T. FUher . . Walrarapa .. .. H. Bunny .. .. „ „ „ J. C. Andrew .. 3oUthern Maori District .. .- H. Taiaroa .. .. Mataura .. .. tW. Wood .. „ Waimea .. .. tE. Baigent .. Motueka .. .. iR. Hurbthouso .. East Coast.. „ tG. E. Read .. Eden .. .. tW.Tolo .. .. Thames .. .. tSirG.Grey .. . .. „ William Rowe „ Coleridge .. .. +C. Woson .. Wakatipu .. tH. Manders .. OliVe . . < . J. U. Ormond Wanganui .. .. J- B P™ •• Sir J. Vogcl . . WaltaW .. .. tS. E. Shrimskl |H. Hislop .. Port Chalmers .. W. H. Reynoldß .. Riverton .. .. tDr Hodgkmson. Cheviot .. .. +F. Harpor .. .. Earriont .. „ A. H. Atkinson Parnell .. .. R. Wood Rdtigltlkel .. .. J. Ballance .. Manawatu .. .. W. W. Johnston <• Billet .. .. t»r- Henry .. „ Ashloy .. .. J.E. Brown.. drey dnd Bell .. F. A. Carrington .. Ore? Valley.. „ +T. Woolcock.. „ " .. .. tM. Kennedy.. Walim .. .. tA. E. Cox . .. Marsden .. .. tSir R. Douglas Hokitika .. .. tEißarff „ .. .. tC. E. Button .. Northern Maori District .. .. tHori Towbiti Eastern Maori District .. „ K. Takomoana .. Waikaeo East .. +F. Whitaker.. Mount' lda „ .. t& A. De LamcrtH . - Bay of Islands) .. J. W. AVilliams .. Rodney .. „ J. Sheehan .. FrankHn .. .. tE. Hamlin .. „ .. .. tH. H. Lusk .. Clutha . . . . J. W. Thomson Waitemata .. .• t^ S. Macfarlano .. New Plymouth .. —T.Kelly.. Totara .. .. G. H. Xribe.. Pioton C, W. A. T. Kenny . . A.C. A, C A. C. A. 0, A.O C c. o. c. A. C. C. 0. 0 A.O. A. C. A. C. A.C. C. C, A. C. c. A. C. A. C. C. A. 0. A. C C. C. A.C C A. C A.C. C. 0. 0. 0. A. 11, v c. c. c. A. a A. 0. A. C. c. c. A. C A.C. A. C. 0. A.O. 0. 0. A. C. a. a a. a o. A. C. c. c. A. C. C. C. C. o. c. a c. a A. C. C. c. A. C. A. a a A.n c. A.C. A.C, A.C. A.C. A. C. C. C. C.

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PRESENTATION TO CAPTAIN BALDWIN., Otago Witness, Issue 1261, 29 January 1876

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PRESENTATION TO CAPTAIN BALDWIN. Otago Witness, Issue 1261, 29 January 1876

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