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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 2, 1895.
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IS THE GREAT I
STRENGTH - BUILDER.
nnd breaks tin,.
cures skin cnip-
, tlom, restores
llty, nnd drives
font every clo-
rl-.il debility, or
nny oilier nil-
nientnrlslng from Impure Mood, should take
Ajtr's Sarsaparilla. It idvcs strength to
tlio uc.ik, and Imlldi tip tlio strni nener
nlly. liy Its wis food Is inndo tiourlsldntr,
Mccp rciresning, mm wo ciuo)iuue.
niOHEST AYAHD3 AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
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AjitV iirni.irlllii- It rrniiiliieiit mi tlin
Hrni'inT mill la blown In tli'j nulla ul vncli of
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Audits for tlio Republic, of MrnMill.
Tlio business of tlio country is
Fottling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver lias returned
from his vacation, tho cows in Ilia
pasture switch llies instead of bul
lets with their tails nud the cream is
richor in consequence. Wo believe
wo have satisfied ovory one of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and we aro In a position to sup
ply a great many more. The people
who from choice or m comity visited
Waialae dttriug tho past two weeks
have had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of uiot our stock foods
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early in tho lato unpleaant
uessour drivers havH always been
on liinentourctiftomers' residences.
Wo lake this opportunity to (haul:
those who have boon patient with ui
ami to solicit a continiinnce of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
till all orders telephoned to us and ,
guarantee all milk to bo puro and
free from adulteration.
Tiik WAIALAE HANOI .
W. W. AHANA.
333 ST-VAViaxi-vi Otxt.
Bogllsb, Scotch and American Goods.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
Gleaning & Repairing
Hntoa! Tale. 668, P, 0. Boi 144
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Casslmeros, Serges,
White Linens, Etc
Suits Made to Order
ON SHORT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C, AKIMA, - - 46 Nuuauu Street.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE MANOFAOTOItEn
New Patenied Pol Startler
All Orders or Coinmiinlcitlmit,
addretped to K 0 Hall A Son. L'd..
(who have thein (m sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will rerlv nromit attention,
WEE BUT WIOKED.
Why tho Scotchman Wat Taken Into
Boglmont Regardless of Height
Tho Scotch of tho present day are
patriotic, but not iucliued to tnllli
taristn. Tho rocrutting sergeant
poos among starving crofters and
idle workmen, but ho finds few will
ing to tako tlio royal shilling and
servo their country as soldiers. A
writer in the Scotch Koviow says
that this reluctance to enlist shown
by Scotchmen is duo to a crazo for
personal inilopotiuonco and to a
rooted dinliko to strict discipline.
"We'll no pairt with oor lubortyl" is
Sawuoy's response to tho appeal to
follow his country's flag. By way of
contrast to this reluctance, the
writer tells an incident illustrative
of tho martial spirit which animated
tho young Scotch rocrtlit of former
The intended recruit was brought
up to the orderly-room for inspec
tion by the commanding olllcor of
the regiment. On being measured
ho was found to bo a trillo under
the regimental standard of height.
He wa a t-trong built and likely
looking yottug fellow, and therefore
the colonel reluctantly decided that
ho could not bo accepted. Express
ing his regret, ho told tho recruit
Uinl ho was too short to be etilisted.
"Oh, colonel," exclaimed tho ex
cited leeruit, "jo'll surnly no turn
mo back! I'm wee, but I'm wicked."
("Wicked" was Scotch for spunky,
The colonel stretched a point and
What Dreams May Dome,
In a recent lecture at tho Royal
Institution, Dr. B. W. Richardson
says that the sleep of health it
dreamier. "Dreams," says Shakes
peare, '"ate children of an tdlo brain."
If both tlio doctor and tho poet aro
right it follows that idlo brains aro
unhealthy brains. No doubt there
might bo truth in tlio inference, but
that is not quite tho point. Am nil
dreams signs of a diseased condition?
To thin the doctor says "No." Ho
divides dreams into two clases:
tlioto started Uy uoise3 or other
causes outside tho sleeper and tlio"o
produced by pain, fever, or indiges
tion. Hero wo inject a fact. Wo receive
multitudes of loiters containing thii
allirmatiott, almort in identical
words: "I wan rorr tired in the morn
ing than vhm I went to Veil." To this
tho doctor has an answer. IIo says,
" When ii'A feel trained in the morninn
very likely it rstlt mm drawn thnt
tie huveornoll'u." Quito so.
In other words there is a bodily
condition which may prevent a per
son from working by day at his usual
calliug, but obliges him to labor all
night under a mental stimulus of
which ho knows nothing savo by its
resulting exhaustion. Thoso" un
happy wretches toil harder, there
fore, for noeotnponsat ion, when they
aro ill, than they havo to do to earn
a living when they aro well. What
ati infernal and frightful fact I And
this ton without taking into account
their physical suffering at all times.
"Night,'rsaid Coleridge, "is my holl."
From ono of tho letters referred
to wo quota what a woman says of
her daughter: "She wan worse tired
in a morning than when nhe uent to
bid." Poor girl. Thoso "forgottou
dreams" had tossed her about as a
ship is tossed in a tompost. Night
was her day of labor.
The mother's simple tale is this:
"In Juno, 1890, my daughter Ann
Elizabeth becatno low, weak, and
fretful, and complained of pain in
the chest after eating. Next her
stomach was so irritable that sho
vomited all the food sho took. It
was awful to soo her heavo and
strain. For threo weeks nothing
passed through her Btomach except
a little soda water and lime water.
Later on, her feet and legs began to
swell and puff from dropsy. She
was now palo as death and looked
as though sho had not a drop of
blood in her body, and was always
cold. Month after mouth dragged
by and sho got weaker evory day.
Sho could not walk without sup
port, for sho had lost tho propor
use of her legs, and her body sway
ed from side to sido as sho moved.
"A doctor attended her for twelvo
months, and finally said it was no
uso giving hor any more medicine, as
it would do no good. In May, 1891,
i iook ner 10 ino uowsoury Inurm
ary. Sho got no better there, and I
thought I was surely going to lose
her. Sho was thou thirteou years of
"One day a lady (Mrs. Lightollor)
called at my Bhop and seeing how
bad my daughter was, spoko of a
ini'dieino called Mothor Seigel's Cu
ratiwi Syrup, aud persuaded us to
try it. I got a bottle from tho
Ttiornhili Lees Co-operative Stores,
bnd sho began taktug it. In two
days she fouud a little relief; the
siekiiefs was not so frequent. Sho
kopt ou with the Syrup uutl steadily
improved. Soon she wai strong as
ever, aud has since been in tho best
of health and can tako any kind of
lood. After sho has taken tho Syrup
only two weoks the neighbors were
surprised at her Improved appear-!
ati co and I told 4hem what had I
brought it about-that Siegel's Syrup I
had dono what tho doctors could
not do, it saved her life. Yours
truly, (Signed), (Mrs.) Sarah Ann
Sueaiid, 10 Browory Lauo, Thorn
hill Leos, near Dowsbury, Octobor ,
The inciting causo of all this
young girl's pitiful sufforing was in-t
digestion and dyspepsia. dropy
being ono of its most dangerous ,
, symptoms It attacks both youth
aud age, its fearful and often fatal
results boing duo to tho fact that
physicians usually treat tho symp
toms instead of the diseaso itself.
"A child's dreams," says Dr. Rich
ardson, "aro signs of disturbed
health and should bo regarded with
anxiety." The same is true of tho
dreams of oldor people. Thoy mean
poison in the stomach and point to
tho immediato uso of Mother Seigel's
At Williams' Stutlio ore to be seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is mailing a npeoiaUy of. Lantern
, Slides fur Winn bv tin l or
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Improvements, with Stable, flia,43.
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from horse-cars. 1 or particulars apply to
N S. SAOHfc
62J Fort street.
premlKis sltmto on the
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I Comiuerr-ial Workn Specialty. Estimates
Biven. Orders promptly executed.
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ce ntcrcd lens. You think you
from a cheap glass, because it may have tho same amount of
refractive power as the more costly. See where tho above
lens focuses. See the scattering of rays. Ah much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is aberration of tho
mind in an insane person ; yet this is tho general run of
glasses you buy chtnp. IIow long will your scntitive eye
stand this strain? Why, until they are ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such glares, simply because they cost
you a little less than the perfect? N, a thousand times, No.
You could not if they were given you with a bonus. AVe
will not sell tuch glasses; would not be guilty of giving
them away. Hut we guarantee to III. every manner of com
plicated case with the proper andconectly ground glaps, and
to give perfect satisfaction.
K. IP. -WTOIEEMISr,
P. 0. 1JOX 131-
0. N. W1T.COX
J. V. HAUKFjai)
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIUI
, ALSO KKEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
! Pacific Guano, Potash, Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
-fST, Splrl ntlentlon Riwn to Analysis ol bull liy our AijrlrtiiKviral Chemist.
All Uood ro Bunriuncol in tvery re ixct.
CST" Tor further particulars njiply to
Pacific G-uauo & Fertilizer Co.,
MW-lm nil. w. AVKIUUM, Mima nr.
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PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS
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Mr. John A. Scott, Malinger of tho Hilo Sugar Company, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of tho NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which waa erected by their works nt tho commencement of tho crop
"During tho pa8t week tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing tho 125 hours grinding with an output of 300
tons. This is fully 10 percent moro than the best work of former years.
"Tho thrco roller mill being 20 in. by 51 in. and tho two roller mill 30 in.
by GO in. Iho first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
and with great oaso, compared with work on wliolo cano, owing to thorough
preparation of tho cano by tho National Oa;o Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its uso thoextraction has been increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cout ou all kinds of cune, and in boiiio cases 80 porcent has been reached ;
tho averago boing 75 to 78 porcent, according to quality.
"I continue to find tho megass from shredded cano better fuel than from
"Tho shredder has been workiHg day and night for sovon months nnd has
givon me ontiro satisfaction, having shredded during that timo about sovouty
thousand tons of cane, nnd a largo part of it being hard ratoons.
"Tho shredder and engino require very littlq caro or attention."
J3rianB ami specifications of thcro Slucdders may bo scon at tho ofllco of
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
! AgenU for th JltiuaUan hnndt
Ed. Hoifschlaeger & Co. :-:
"Household" Sewing MacbiDff,
HitDd Siwlug UachJnen, with all the latest Improvements.
Wcstermayer's Cottage Planes,
Parlor Organs, Guitar;, and otmr Instrument.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
is a fair and comprehensive
cxi mplc of a cheap and mi
iret the same amount of relief
-MUrUAIi TKLE. 107
Secretory nrd Treasurer.
being completed, wo aro now ready
all kinds of
FERTIL I ZKHS
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.