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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAKOH 9, 1895.
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HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
5S3 Fort Street.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc. I
Furniture sP Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
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SOLE AGENTS FOIt
Golden Gate Flour,
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20 lbs. fif
wlU tell you
it la the
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ARPnts fur tbo Hawaiian Island.
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until i r. h. except on Saturdays, when
they will be closed at 2:30 r. m.
vat. WE Buy nd Sell First-class
SrOOKS nnd BONDS and make ad
vances on same.
I1IEG TO NOTIFY MY OLD OUS
t inters and llio pnblio generally that I
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ceive) orders on their accounts To enhane
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Honolulu, Feb. at, 1BP5.
Foreign News Items.
Leprosy is prevalent amongst tho
natives of Alligator River, Northern
Territory, Australia. It was prob
a ly iulroducod by Malays.
A movement has been started in
tho IIouso of Commons to initiate a
world's conference to legalize the
unlimited coinage of silver, and to
restore its stability in tho currency.
The Canadian Gorernment sug
gest that throo delegates, appointed
b England, Canada, and Australia,
s'loiild meet in Loudon to finally ar
range matters in connection with
the Pacific cablo.
.In regard to colored labor on mail
steamers, Mr. Cook of Australia
thinks that whore two classes of
workors cannot cotnminglo profer
enco should bo given to tho class
which is practically of our jown
floh and blood.
From New York it is reported, in
a Loudon dispatch to the Sydney
Sapors, that tho Missouri farmers,
olioving that tho annexation of Ha
waii by the United States is immi
nent, are making arrangements for
the dispatch of 1000 emigrants to
What Dreams Kay Come.
In a recent lecture at tho Royal
Institutiou, Dr. 13. V. Itichardson
says that tho sleep of hoalth is
dreamloss. "Dreams," says Shakes
peare, "aio children of an kilo brain."
If both tho doctor and the poot are
right it follows that idle brains aro
unhealthy brnius. No doubt there
might bo truth in tho iuforenco, but
that is not quito tho point. Are all
dreams signs of a disoasod condition?
To this tho doctor says "No." Uo
dividos dreams into two classes:
thoso started by noises or other
causes outside tho sleeper and thoo
produced by pain, fever, or indiges
tion. Hero wo iujoct a fact. Wo roceivo
multitudes of lottors containing this
affirmation, almost in idontical
words: "I wax worse tired in the morn
ing than when I went to bed." To this
tbo doctor has an answer. Ho says,
" Wlien we feel wearied in the morning
very likely it rf suits from dreams that
we have forgotten." Quito so.
In other words thoro is a bodily
condition which may prevent a per
son from working by day at bis usual
calling, but obliges him to labor all
night under a mental stimulus of
which ho knows nothing save by its
resulting oxhaustiou. These un
happy wretches toil harder, there
fore; for no compensation, when.they
aro ill, than they have to do to earn
a living when they are well. What
this too without taking into account
i ; I !-i ...ir ;-. . .11 i!
thoir physical suffering at all times.
"Night,"said Coleridge, "is my hell."
From ono of the letters referred
to we quote what a woman says of
her daughter: "She was worse tired
in a morning than when she went to
bed." Poor girl. Thoso "forgottou
dreams" had tossed her about as a
ship is tossed in a tempest. Night
wob nor day of labor.
Tho mother's simple talo is this:
"Fn Juno, 1890, my daughter Auu
Elizabeth became low, woak, and
fretful, and complained of pain in
tho chest aftor eating. Next her
stomaoh was so irritable that sho
vomited all the food sho took. It
was awful to see hor heave and
strain. For throe weeks nothing
passed through her stomach except
a littlo soda water and lime water.
Later on, hor feet and legs began to j
swell and puff from dropsy. Sho
was now palo as death and looked ,
as though she bad not a drop of
blood in her body, and was always
cold. Month after month dragged
by and sho got weaker every day.
Sho could not walk without sup-'
port, for sho had lost tho proper
use of hor legs, and her body sway-1
ed from side to sido as she inqved. ,
"A doctor attended her for twelve '
months, and finally said it was no J
use giving her any more medicine, as
u woum uo no goou. m May, isai,
I took her to the Dowsbury Infirm
ary. She got no better there, and I
thought I was surely going to loso
h?r. Sho was then thirteou years of
"Olio day a lady (Mrs. Lightollor)
called ,at my shop aud seeing bow
bad my daughtor was, spoko of a
modiciuo called Mother Solgol's Cu
rative Syrup, and persuaded us to
try it. I got a bottle from tho (
Thornhill Loos Co-oporativo Stores,
aud sho began taking it. In two '
days sho fouud a littlo relief; tho
slcKuess was uot so frequent. Sho
kept on with tho Syrup and steadily
iraprovodr Soon she was strong as
evor, and has since been in tho best i
of health and can tako any kind of
food. Aftor she has taken the Syrup
only two weeks tho neighbors wero
surprised at her improved appear- i
anco and I told them what had
brought it about-that Siegel's Syrup '
had (lone what the doctors could
not do, it saved her life. Yours
truly, (Signed), (Mrs.) Sarah Ann
SiiEAnD, 10 Brewery Lauo, Thorn
hill Loos, near Dowsbury, October
The inciting cause of all this
young girl's pitiful suffering wasjn-
digestion and dyspepsia, dropsy
being one of its most dangerous
symptoms It attacks both youth
and age, its fearful and often fatal
results being due to tho fact that
physicians usually treat the svmp-,
toms instead of the disease itself.
"A child's dreams," says Dr. Ilich
ardson, "are signs of disturbed '
health and should bo regarded with
anxiety." The same is true of the
dreams of older people. Thoy moan '
poison in tho stomach and point to I
tho immediate use of Mother Selgel's
To Huvo an Allowauco
Mm. Gho. Townsoud and Mrs. !
Charles Warien called at tho Mar-1
shal's oflko this morning. It is un-'
derstood that tho Government will
make them an allowance during tho
absonce of thoir husbands on tho
Coast, thoy having left on tho S. S.
Arawa to give evidenco in tho caso
of the Republic of Hawaii against
tho owner of tho American schooner I
Wahlborg, which landed tho arms
for tbo rebels.
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