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KVKNINO UULI.KTIN. HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JAN. 22, 1806.
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WHO SHE WAS
SKETCH OF THE LIFE
And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound
Had Its Birth and How the "Parle of 73" Caused
It to "be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores.
This remarkable woman, whoso
maiden name was Kstes, was born In
Lynn, Mass., February 9th, 1819, com
ing (rom a good old Quaker family.
For some years she taught school, and
became known as a woman ot an alert
nnd Investigating mind, nn earnest
seeker after knowledge, nnd, abovo
all. possessed of a wonderfully sympa
In 1843 sho married Isaac Plnkham,
7 builder nnd real cstato operator, and
their early married life was marked by
prosperity and happiness. They had
four children, three sons and a daugh
ter. In thosa good old' fashioned days It
was common for mothers to makn
their own homo medicines from roots
and herbs, naturo's own remedies
calling In a physician only In specially
urgent rases. By tradition nnd expe
rience many of them gained a wonder
ful knowledge of the curatlvo proper
ties of the various roots and herbs.
Mrs. Plnkham took a great Interest
In tho study ot roots and herbs, their
characteristics nnd power over disease.
Sho mnlntnlned that just as nntnro so
bountifully provides In tho harvest
fields and orchards vegetable foods of
nil kfnds; so, If wo but tako tho pains
to find them, In the roots and herbs of
the field there are remedies expressly
designed to cure tho various Ills and
weaknesses ot tho body, nnd It was
her pleasure to search thsso uut, and
prdparo slmplo and effective medicines
for her own family and friends.
Chief of these was a raro combina
tion of tho choicest medicinal roots
and herbs found best adapted for tho
pure of the Ills and weaknesses pecu
liar to tho femalo Bex, and I.ydla E.
Pinkham's friends and neighbors
learned that her compound relieved
and cured and It became quite point
'ar among them.
All this so far was done -freely, with
out money. and without price, as a la
bor of love.
But In 1873 tho financial crista
struck Lynn. Its length and severity
woro too much for tho largo real cs-
tnto Interests of tho Plnkham family,
ns this class ot business suffered most
from fearful depression, so when tho
Centennial year dawned It found tholr
property swept away. Somo other
courco of Incomo had to bo found.
At this point Lydla E. Plnkhnm's
Vcgetablo Compound was raadu
known to tho world.
The throo sons and tho daughter,
with their mother, combined forces to
restore tho family fortune. They nr-
in m i
Hllo, Jan. 18, Geo. P. Thlolcn, ono
of tho bright and shining lights ot tin-
nnco In Honolulu, came, up on tho Kl
nau yesterday for tho purpose of look
ing Into tho koa business Inaugurated
by A. Itlchlcy somo tlmo ago and which
lias been hanging nro ror nwiiuo. Air.
Thlolcn was seen at tho Hotel Demos
thenes by a representative of this pa
per and asked regarding tbo rumor
tnnt ho was here on this special busi
ness. 'I nm hero to look Into tho proposi
tion," said Mr, Thlelen, "and It I find
It nil that has been reported It will
mobably bo put through It I can mako
sntlslnctory rates with tho Hllo Kail-
toad Co, for tho transportation or tne
logs or tho sawed lumber. Much will
pend upon tho action of tho company
In tho matter of rates. It seems to mo
that It should bo a good thing and
money Is waiting for good things;
there Is no great scarcity of It If tho
proposition is right, ( am not a lum
ber man, so I must mako Inquiry from
Lvery rellabla source
"While on tho island x proposo 10
look tnto tho tobacco Industry and for
that purpose I will go to Hamakua and
tea what has bcon done. In that I am
also not nn export, but I can tell If a
plant looks healthy. I miner oxpcci
to meet Mr. Smith over there nnd wo
will go Into tho ontcrprlso together B9
far ns the Investigation goes nnd if I
nm satisfied thoro Is a profit In tho cul-
ilvntlnn nf tobacco I W 111 IlnnilCQ a
schomo to put on a commercial basis
nnd sco that tho plants are brought to
n stago where there will bo money In
It. I havo heard somo good reports
about tho tobacco grown In Hamakua,
nnd If they nro true, thoro will ho no
difficulty about starting a plantation."
Incidentally Jir. Tmeien reiuurnvu
EHMMiiif nr im iin TitTat
OF LYDIA E. PINKDAI
gued that the medicine which was so
good for their woman friends and
neighbors was equally good for tho
women of the wholo world.
The Plnkhams had no money, nnd
little credit. Their first laboratory
was the kitchen, where roots and
herbs wcro steeped on the stove, grad
ually filling a gross of bottles. Then
tamo tho question of selling It, for nl
wayr before, they had given It nway
freely. They hired a Job printer to
run off somo pamphlets setting forth
tho merits of tho medicine, now called
l.ydln 15. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and theso wcro distributed by
the Plnkham sons In Boston, New
York nnd Hrooklyn,
Tho wonderful curative properties of
the medicine were, to a 'great extent,
self-advertising, for Whoever used It
. recommended It to others, and the do-
Imnnil gradually Increased.
In 1877, by combined efforts tho fam
ily had snved enough money to com
mence newsnaner advertising and from
that tlmo tho growth and buc'ccss of
Iho enterprise wcro assured, until to
day Lydla II Plnkham nnd her Vege
table Compound have become house
hold nurds everywhere, and many
tonH of roots nnd herbs arc used an
nually In Its manufacture.
I.ydla IX Plnkham herself did not
live to hco the great success of this
work. She pasted to her reward
tears ago, but not till sho had pro
vided means for continuing her work
ns effectively ns she could havo done
During her long and eventful expo
ilciico she was ever methodical In her
work and sho was always careful to
rrescrvo a record of every case that
liamc to her attention. The case of
i.very sick woman who applied to her
for advice and there were thousands
received careful study, and tho de
tails, Including symptoms, treatment
ami i emits, were recorded for futuro
reference, and todny theso records, to
igether with hundreds of thousands
'innilo i.iiico, nro available to sick wo
men the world over, and represent n
nst collaboration of information re
garding I lie treatment of woman's Ills,
which for authenticity and accuracy
can hardly he equaled In nny library
In tho world.
With I.ydla E. Plnkham worked her
'daiishtei-ln-law, tho present Mrs. rink
ham. Sho was carefully Instructed In
nil her hard-won knowledge, and for
i) cars siiu assisted her In her vast cor-
I To her hands naturally ell tho dl-
rccltua or tho work when Its originator
pnpfed awny. For nearly twenty-five
'Vara sho has continued It. ana noth
ing in tho work thaws when Lydlo E,
Plnkhnm dropped her pen and the pres
ent Mrs. Plnkham, now -the mother of
a largo family, took It up. With wo
man assistants, somo as' capable as
herself, tho present Mrs, Plnkham
continues this great work, and prob
Inbly from tho office of no other per
son have so manv women been advis
ed how to regain health. Sick women,
this ndvlco Is "Yours for Health" free-
ily given If you only write to nsk for It.
' Such Is tho history or Lyuio li.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
made from slmplo roots nnd herbs; tho
ono great mcdlclno for women's all
mentB, and tho fitting monument to
tho noble woman whoso namo it bears
that ho might have to hurry back to
Honolulu and on to tho Coast. Mr,
Castle, has asked him to oversee tho
moving of tho Moloknns to Kauai In
tho event that tho difficulties between
Colonel Spalding and the Government
havo been settled.
1 "Mr. Thurston, Col. Spalding and
I.nnd Commissioner Pratt havo gono
to Los Angeles and from statements
made prior to their departure; I feel
that thero will bo no further tangle
over tho land matters when tho party
teacl.cs Los Angeles," said Mr. Thlel
en, "uud should that matter not havo
been straightened out, I menu as far
ns tho Kauai lands nro concerned, then
tho Moloknns will come to this Island
nnd locate, on tho Hakalau lands,"
I Mr. Thlelen will bo Joined by Mr.
Hocking today and with Mr. Itlchloy
they will Journoy to tbo timber lands
of tho Dlihop Estate nbovo tho Volca
I.ulu Say, dad, wot's do matter veld
do baby? Ho nln't smart. Why, I
heard do washerwoman's baby next
door say "Ooo-goo" Just llko lie docs,
New York Wor'
I .Nnt ii 1'nrnirun.
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Additional Sporting News on Page 3.
Uoth teams were fully represented
and play In tho first halt was stubborn.
Punahous, If anything, had the best ot
the passages but the Y, M. C, A. cus
todian was Invincible. From a football
point of view, there was little In the
game to enthuto over, play belug of the
aimless order. The wind did not seem
to assist the Christians very much and
tho shooting ot their forwards when
within rango was something execrable.
Tho back divisions ot both teams broke
up any attempt at combination by the
opposing forwards and could always be
relied upon In emergencies. In the sec
ond half the Y. M. C. A, were seen In a
more favorable light and their forward
work when near goal distinctly better.
The Buffs were undoubtedly tho better
team In the first period but the Y M.
C. A. were masters during the latter
stages ot the game and a draw was u
fitting result on tho play, no goals be
ing registered by .cither team. For the
Piinahous tho Cnttons and Campbell
wero the outstanding men while Tur
ner, Watcrhouse, Spalding and Pluukett
performed creditably for the Y. M, C. A.
The line-up of the teams was as fol
lows: Y. M. C. A. Goal, Ileardmoro;
Imrks, Turner, Macaulay; halves, dill,
Spalding, Iscnberg; forwards, Pluu
kett. Watcrbouso, Xobblns, Haley, Oss.
Punahous Goal, A. A, Cation;
bncks, W. Sopcr, O. Fuller; half backs,
n. McCorrlston, A. Lowrcy; forwards,
W. Campbell, C. Cooko, It. It. Cation,
J, II. Catton, J. I(. Cockburn.
The White Hock Golf Cup, that came
all tho way from Chicago, has arrived
on tho Alameda. From all reports, tho
cup Is a beauty and very valuable.
This cup will bo displayed in Woods
& Sheldon's window as soon as pos
sible. This White Ilock Cup Is one of the
most valuable prizes evcr'glvcn for nn
athletic contest In Honolulu nnd by
far the finest ever put up for a golf
Tho cup will bo contested for
PEOPLE FIEl IIHIIB
Thero was a sigh of relief yesterday
morning when tho big whistle sounded
threo times tho Alameda, twenty-four
hours Into, had been sighted, Tho ves
sel left San Francisco Saturday but
was compelled to nnchor off Fort Ma
son and remain there until Sunday
morning on account of the bad sea on
tho bar. Hough weather was expert
enccd from the time sho left San Fran
elsco Bay until sho arrived here. It
was tho roughcst'trlp somo of tho men
had seen for many years. In addition
sho was bucking southwest winds con
tlnually. No damage resulted although
at times Captain Dowdcll thought II
best to slow down, Several of tho of
Accra were seasick, tho first tlmo Id
years. It was a palo crowd of passen
gers that walked down the gang-plank
when tho Alameda camo alongside, the
Oceanic wharf. Sho brought 35 cabin
passengers, 17 stccrago passengers, 1,
3(0 tons ot cargo and 139 bags of mall.
TI.e following vessels wero Blghtcd
by tho Alameda:
Jan. 14, 1:30 p. m In I.at. 37-11 N
Long. 124-OC W., thrcc-mastod schonn
nr bound N, E.
Jan. 14, 2:07 p. m a bark bound
Jan. 14, 11 p. m In Lnt. 30-15 N
Long. 120-20 W S. S. Sierra bound
Jon. 15. 2:30 a. m In I-at. 35-45 N.,
Long. 127-43 W., four-masted schooner
Jan. 20, C:05 a. m., S, S. Mongolia
bound N. E.
SOI TOE SEIEGTED
A tnnltnry commission will bo organ
ized under tho auspices of tho Federal
Government to Investigate cortnln con
tagious maladies here. Tho members
of It will bo Lieut. Slattcry, who has
neon seiecteit by tho wnr Department:
n member of tho Quarantine Sorvlcc,
to bo selected by Dr. Cofcr; nnd ono
otnor, probably n local physician, to
ho appointed by tho Govornor. Let
ters regarding tho matter havo been
received from tho War nnd Treasury
Departments, ono of which contains
tho information that tho President hni
approved of the Governor's recommen
nation to form such a commission,
The Issue of January 10 of tho Dally
Palo Alto, a paper published by the
htudents ot the Stanford University,
Bxprsses itself briefly on tho Hcnrj
theory In tho following editorial:
"It Is surprising that a reputable pa
per would print such an evident false
hold as the Insano charge mado by the
Honolulu official In regard to Mrs
Stanford's death which appeared this
morning. Tho only way the state
ments of this man can be accounted
tor Is that he Is not In his right mind,'
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
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