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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 28, 1895.
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Seven Pounds In One "Weelt
Not every man who i thin would
thank you for fattening mm. lie
doesn't want to bo fntnnd for every
good reasons. Unneceaary fat is it
load to carry about; it interfere?
with a man's power to work, short
ens his wind, and dulls his wits.
Yet, on the other hand, n certain
amount of ilcsh is needed for health
and comfort. For example; A
man five feet high should weigh
about 1201bs.; and man five feet
six inches, 1451bs.; a man pix feet,
178 lbs. It is a regular npconding
scale. The insurance companies
allow a variation of 7 percent above
or below it, and beyond those limits
chargo an extra premium. One
shouldn't bo much over or under
his proper weight if ho wants to bo
sound and hearty and we all do
Now wo will tell you how Mr.
Thomas Crosby, being under weight,
gained seven pounds in a week. He
had lost 14 stone, which is too
much off for a man who was never
fleshier than ho naturally ought to
It was this way. He was right
enough up to May, 1S91. At that
time ho began to feel ill and out of
sorts. He had a nasty tasto in his
mouth like rotten eggs, ho says
and a thick, slimy stuff came on
his gums and teeth. His appetite
failed, and what ho did eat was, as
you might say under compulsion;
and right afterwards he would have
great pain in his stomach and
chest. Plainly, something was amiss
with him in that region. Ho was
often dizzy, and cold chills ran
over him as though he were threat
ened with fever. Of course we
should expect a man who is handled
in this way to lose strength. Mr.
Crosby lost strength. In fact, ho
he got so weak and nervous that he
shook all over, and his hands trem
bled as if a current of electricity
were running through him.
Mrs. l5a -
Tlio restoring nnd Invigorating pro
perties of Hood's Sarsaparilla, com
bined with its power to vitalizo and
enrich tho blood, render It peculiarly
adapted for all troubles peculiar
to women, that tired feeling, or
debility, caused by chango of
season, climate or life. Many weak
women have found in Hood's Sarda
parilla just tho blood purifying nnd
vitalizing properties so much needed
at tho critical timo of life. It invig
orates tho system nnd nil tho organs to
healthy action and endows tho body
with renewed vigor nnd perfect health.
Such was tho experience of Mrs. Isa
Orlggs, whoso letter follows:
" Ennls, Texas, Sept. 22, 1891,
" O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" Dear Sirs: I feel it is courtesy due to
you to state what Hood's Sarsaparlllo has
dono for mo. About fifteen years ago,
local troubles, which developed into a
serious affection, caused mo much pain.
I suffered almost death; was unconscious
for hours at different times. Every doc
tor with whom I treated
Cavo Mo Morphlno
as of course I had to have some relief in
order to livo. I underwent a surgical
operation, hoping my weakness would bo
Hood's Pills euro natiic.i, sick hondaolio,
Indigestion, biliousness. Sold by all UruisU.
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To use his own word: "1 rapidly
lost fleh, was 1-J stono lighter, and
could hardly walk about. Once
my parent thought I was dying,
and ?ent in haste for the doctor. 1
saw two doctors in Epworth and
one at Ilaxey. but they were not
able to help me. Our vicar, Hov.
Mr. Overton, recommended mo to
the Lincoln Infirmary, where I at
tended for eight weeks as an out
door patient, without benefit.
"Soon afterwards Mr. Sharp, a
chemist, at Epworth, spoke to me
of the virtues of a medicine known
as Mother Siegel's Curative Syrup.
Being interested in what ho said, I
left off trying other things and be
gan taking this Syrup. In a few
days I felt better, and presently I
gained seven pounds in a week.
At that rate I soon got back to my
work, and have had the best of
health ever since. 1 tell these facts
to everybody, and am perfectly
willing they should bo published.
Yours truly (Signed), Tom Chosiiy,
Ferry Koad, Epworth, via Don
caster, December 23rd, 1892."
After reading Mr. Crosby's story
we scarcely need to ask why he lost
flesh. The minuto ho stopped eat
ing and digesting his usual allow
ance of food he began to fall away.
Trees, they say, grow as much from
the air by means of their leaves, as
they do from the soil. But men
don't. They've got to bo built up
through their stomachs. Indiges
tion and dypepsia (Mr. Crosby's
complaint) stops this process and
poisons those who have it, besides.
That accounts for all the painful
and dangerous symptoms our friend
speaks of. The doctors do what
they can, but, unluckily, they don't
postess the medicine that goes to
the bottom of this disease and cures
it. The remedy is Mother Soigel's
Curative Syrup, and nothing else,
so fur as we know. l restores
digestion, and digestion covers tho
bones with fat enough for health
and pood looks.
J ' si
overcome and tho use of morphine dis
continued, but it was pot so decreed. . I
broke out with boils from the punctures
and some of the places bad proud flesh in
them for a month or so. Last winter I
commenced to have thoso risings again.
I was taking eight punctures a day, a total
oi one and one-half grains of morphine.
Last June I
Bogan to Tako Hood's
Sarsaparllln. I havo taken over seven
bottles of tho medlclno and also several
boxes of Hood's Pills. When I com
menced tnklng Hood's Sarsaparilla 1
weighed only 112 pounds. Now I weigh
over 125 pounds and am In better health
than for the past fifteen years. I am now
approaching CO years of age. Formerly I
was covered with eruptions; now my skin
is clear of them. I can truly say Hood's
Sarsaparilla has no equal for poor run
down women. I am well known hero in
Ennls, and am a native of Texas. Every
ono who has not Been mo for a long timo
How Well I Am Looking.
I had a severe attack of the grip last win
ter. I continued to tako Hood's Saisapa
rllla, and with benefit. Whenever I find
my health giving way I shall resort to
Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mns. Isa Gnioas.
Hood's Pills are purely vcgetablo, care
fully prepared Irom the lest Ingredients. 25c.
Tuesfay, May 28.
Stmr Kanln, Brown, for Circuit of Oahu,
nt 9 a m
Vessels Lenvlr.fr To-day.
Stmr Iwnlnni. Frcemnn, for KnnnT, nt 4
Stmr James Mnkee, Peterson, for Knpno,
Stmr Miknhnla, Unglund, for Knnni, nt 5
Stmr Clnudine, Cntncron, for Mnni, nt 5
Vessels Leuviiifr To-morrow.
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, for Maka
weli, nt 4 p m
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can
furnish best factory references.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work gurrantecd to be the same as
done in factory.
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suite
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Count,
consequently the best dres
ed men in town wear clothi"
Johnston & Storey,
Wilder's Steamship Go.
0. h. WIGHT, Pres. 8. B. R08K, Beo.
Cart. J. A. KING, Fort Snpt.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. x., touohlng at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Makena the
same day; Mahukona, Kawalhae and Lan
p&hoehoe the following day, arriving at
Hllo the same evening.
LEAVES rt0K0I.UTU. I ARRIVES HONOLULU,
Friday. . . .
Tuesday . .
Tiiewlay May 21
Friday May 81
Tnesday ....Jnne li
Friday June 21
Tneday. ,. .Jnly 2
Friday. July 12
Tuesday July 23
Friday. ...Aug. 2
Tuesday ....Auk. 13
Frldy Aug. 2a
Tuesday.... Font. 3
Friday Hept. 13
Friday Oo. 4
Tuesday Oct 15
Friday Oct. 25
Tuesday ....Nov. 6
. .Sept. 0
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.. Oct. 10
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.. Nov. 10
.. Deo, 10
.raaay nov. 10
Tuesday.... Nov. 26
Friday Deo. 6
Tuerday ....Dec. 17
Friday Deo. 27
ta4mmIm will imwvm Hlln at 1 ftVlfttV
p. x., teaching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
koqa and Kawalhaa same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay and Lahaina the following
day ; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of Tuesdays and Fridays.
$& No Freight will b recelvad alter
IS noon on day of aalHac.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesdajsat B p. v.,
touching at Kahulul. Hana, Hamoa and
Kl panda, Maul. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Knupo, on second trip
of each month.
Cay No Freight will be received after
4 1. u. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the tlmeof departure and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at the Landings to
receive their Freight: this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
It has been landed. , , ,
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or Valuables of passengers unless
placed in the care of Pursers.
I'asbencers arw renuosted to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those falling to
do so will be subject to an additional
charce of twenty-five per cent.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Liie
Steamers of the above Line, running In connection with the
CAN AD LAW PACIFIC RAILWAY
)tritr-i, Vnnir. D. 0., ami Bvdney, N. P W.. and calling at Victoria, B. 0,
Honnlnln and 8ava FIJIJ,
AJR,B3 DTTHJ A.T HOJSTOIjTJXiTJ
On or tibial (he dales below stated, tIi.: '
Frun hydnuy and ftuva, for Vtotoiia
and Vancourer. B. 0.:
Btior "WARKIMOO" Jnnel
Btmr"MIOWBHA July 1
8ttur" WARKIMOO" Angmtl
Tbnrccb Tickets tamed troy Honolulu
raiiUT ahd riesKHHEB aoiiimi
D. McNlCOLL, Montreal, Canada.
P.OBKBT KKRR, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. FTBRK, Bnn yranyfuco, Cal.
n Mt'L HR'WN Vancouver. B. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francises:
The New and Fiuo Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or nbout
And will leave for tho above port with
Mails r.nd Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceania Steamship Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nbout
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in the United States.
tSPFor further, particulars regarding
Freight or passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., ltd.,
l-tf General Agents.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
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Arawa May 80
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Mariposn. July 25
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Alameda... Sept. 19
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F. , O. Box 4 11.
From U. S. Journal tf Mtdtcine.)
Prof. W.II.Pcckc.who makes a epeclalt j of Epilepsy,
haa without doubt treated and cured more cases than
any living Hiyelcian ; his success Is astonishing. Wo
have heard of casesoiSOycare'etandtagcnred by him.
sends w 1th a largo bottle of his absolute core, free to
any suflercrwhomay send their P.O. and Exprcnand
in 89. We advice anyone wlshlnn a euro to address,
IVof. W. II. l'EEKE, V. D 4 Cedar fat., New York.
Oceanic Strain Co.
From Victoria and Vancouver, B. 0.,
for But and Sydney:
Btmr "MIOWBKA May 31
Btmr "WARKIMOO" JuneH
Btmr "MIOWBBA" July 24
to Canada, UnHea Maftts 4 Euept.
For Preleht Mad Passage and all
Ueneral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agents for tha Hawaiian Jilandi.
Mil Mail S.S. Go.
.is it ruB
Ocftlilantai Gd Oriental I S. Co,
Fur YUKOHAiUl and flOWORONQ
fll at Uouoluli. oh ihnlr way to the abov
porta ou or aIxmh tin. followina dates t
Stmr "01XY oF PEKING"
error' CITY k PICKING"! 7. .
, Auluhi liilNi! '
cJmr !,V.10." S. wiembw l. 1606
Mliir"lHINA ' Ct.'lx!r an 18
Bunr "(JOPTiO' November 281 18?
tot 8AK PRANCISU.
Bleamers of tb oovf u-orxiinj wu
oall at Ilonolulu on their way fiom Hon
konganil ! Yokohama to the above port ot
or about the following dates:
Btmr "Om OF I'KKING". . '
Btmr "CITY OF KIO dbOTkiSo"
Stmr-CHiNA:.::,;S.ePoLr 6' 1895
Btmr ''COPTIC". .....NoVeuiber o',
Btmr "01TY OF PKKING" . '
Btmr "CHINA".. ..'..y,b!Sa sS) 1808
I1IIS OF PI83I6K IBS 18 FOLLOW
it a 2i
Oahln I1M on
Oabin, round trip k '
months 235 no
Cabin, round trip IS
month S63 60
fluropean Bteerage ... 85 00
,Wl?Mengera paying full fare will h.
InH Within inn TnnnH.
- For Freight and Pasaage appij u
H. HACKFELO & CO.,
At Walkikl on car line ar,d on Pilaiu.
Kod near Fertilising Plant. Theee Lot'
ftr,.Vi7 "P "nd Bold on easy termk
Desirable Acre Tracts near the city an
otter Properties for 8ale. y
."rtUCB WAKING & CO.,
, .. lelwa In Lots and Unds,
"" 803 Fort Street, near Kin
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
Wholesale and Retail Bntte
- AND -
G. J. Wallm. ! : Manager.
Calitaia Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Bts.
By Erery Steamer from Ban
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Baunon, Poultry, Etc., Etc. N
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