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EVENING BULLETIN," HONOLULU. T. H.. SATURDAY. APRIL I, 1803.
BUCKHEAD SPRIINQS,. CENTRALIA,
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C HESTERFIELD COUNTY, VJRGIIN1A.
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COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF MINERAL WATER FROM BUCKHEAD SPRINGS, MARKED
-BUCKHEAD LITHIA WATER."
The water contains per U. S. gallon of 231 cubic inches:
Calcium Carbonate 0.14583 gra
magnesium uaruonatc , -r 0201G
Barium Carbonate 00175
Iron ferrous) Carbonate 01304
Manganous Carbonate '. ' 00104
Calcium Chloride , '. .00210
Magnesium Chloride i '.' '. G1485
Sodium Chloride .-? 0G708
Potassium Chloride : '. . 21110
Lithium Chloride .. 00097
Potassium Sulphate ,..". '.: '. .' ) 07408
Sodium Nitrate ..,ef ; 67G08
Sodium Phosphate '?.'.: 00101
Sodium Aneniate .' t faint-traces
Silica '-. . 43751
Carbonic Acid combined with Mono-carbonatc.5 to form Bicarbonatcs
Total Solids '..'. 2.40609 "
FREE CARBONIC ACID GAS 3.41 cubic in.
The above analysis' shows the water to be EXTREMELY LIGHT AND PURE, and its freedom from organic matter and consequent ex
cellent keeping qualities, make it a mo3t desirable table water. As a mineral water, its li;htness will enable it to be RETAINED ON THE
MOST DELICATE STOMACH, and wt believe that when freely used, it will be found to posiess decided therapeutic value, since the potent ingre
dients present are free from lime and other inert salts. We would expect good results frxn its use in case of gout, rheumatism and stomach
troubles, as well as diseases of a scrofulous character. Respectfully,
FROEHLING & ROBERTSON,
Richmond, Va., August 12, 1904. Analytical and Consulting Chemists.
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THE THEATRICAL WOMAN INSPIRATION
"My friend llarUer Is engaged to a Little Willie; Say, pa, wlint Is nn
theatrical woman,' said SliiRlctqn. Insplmtlon? i
"Tlientrlcal womnnl" oxchilmcd I'a: An Insplmtlon, my;on, Is tlio
Weddorly. "Bay, did you over see ono sudden recollection of some ono who
that wasn't?" will probably stand for n touch.
Washington, March 1. A man who
never likes a drink of whisky is a
niollycotfdlo, according to I)r. II, W.
Wiley, mro food export ot tho Do
partment of Agriculture.
It will be i iorry day for this coun
try of ours, tho head of Undo Sam's
poison squad thinks. If boozd over Is
banished fiom Its domain. Instcul
of a natlpn of doers, tho country then
would bo u supine, woak arfulr with
out tho backbone of a gnat.
In other words, tho man who Inves
tigates tho poisons dishonest pcoplo
put into foods designed for sale thiiiku
a good still drink is a mighty good
thing now'and then for tho man who
Is Inclined to bo a "sissy."
When a boy has been tied to I1I3
mother's npion strings durlngniost
of tho time slnco ho knew anything
prefers n page of Robert Drowning
to tho sporting section, shudders u
little when ho hoars u good lively
lino of swear words und blushes nt
tho telling of a risque yam Dr. Wiley
thinks there Is somcthln(;tho matter
Has Effective Remedy.
ilo has n remedy, too. Tho old-fashioned
schoolmaster would prescribe
getting tho alleged mollycnddlo fight
Ing mud by giving him an "all-fired
good licking," and then having him
lose nil his effeminate Ideas In light
Hut Dr. Wiley's Idea Is simpler yo
and notjienrly ho much trouble. Ho
would hno the young nmu dilnk
whisky, not for his stomach's sake,
but to glo him nervo, Helfrellance.
und nil that sort onthlng.
"Wlilshy Is excessively good for tho
alimentary secietlons," said Dr. Wiley
In an address to tho University Club
on "Heredity and Environment."
"Tho effect of an nbsolutoly prohi
bition environment on the man who
never took a drink would bo to muko
1dm moro of a mollycoddle," ho added
Tho doctor s plea for whisky arous
ed the club members, und they fired
nil so'rts of questions at him.
Mrs. Carse Astounded.
"What, a government official ndvo
cntes tho u?o of whisky?" fnlily
(limited Matihla I). Cat so, tho tern
I'cr.inco aduicati). last night, when
tho was told of Dr. Wiley's state
ments. "Well, won't ho catch It?" ejaculat
ed Mrs. Carto "It Is ntmost rldicn
lous for n man In his position to tnK
that way. Hut wo nil know what It
Mrs. Carso laughed.
"What docs It mean?" she was. nsk
"It means that lie likes It himself,"
tho said. "I novej heard of a person
ni gains for strong drink unless ho
was addicted lo It In a smaller or
greater degrte himself. If Dr. Wiley
were not, why Miould lie defend It so
"Do you think tho W. O. T. U. will
rtako notice of tho, doctoi'B nssur-
"Oh, no, wo could hardly go that
far," nnsweied Mrs. Carse. "Von
know that might Hatter the doctor
that wo lenlly thought his remarks
wcro worth attention! Hut ho will
catch It. I expect many woinon will
direct attention to tho doctor within
tho noxt few da's, and when thoy get
talking you know homothlng Is likely
to result. No, wo could not complain
(to tho President or to any official
dbotit tho poor man's whtmslcullticx.
We think he Is greatly mistaken, and
perhaps, wu might add, Is deserving
Reminds Shute of Canteen,
j Hov. A. Lincoln Bhute, who has fig
ured prominently In tho uutl-suloon
icmsade In Chicago, hald tliiit Dr. i
ley reminded lilm of oertulu tinny or
.llceis who ate making u stione fight
for tho rostoiatlnu ot tho canton,
j "Dr. Wllej. llko'thti urmy itIlco
who seeks lo have tho canteen 10
Utnred, Is unxlous to see liquor drink
'Ing legalized anil for the same lea
'son," said Mr. Bhute. "Tim at my of-
ficcis wants to bu able to drink his
lifliinini'nn ( Ilia hnitu.i til n liprfi.rtlv
1,.,-I ...no ...til ar 1m la wf.rlf I ll I- t ri
,vp,,ll llllj. .,,.. a., iiv in i. ii.n... .-
have thu canteen loglslatod Into the
army post again. Dr. Wiley probably
I likes his toddy, and therefore nssnllu
Mho Idea of prohibition. Ills position
Is extrnordlnnry. No mmi of good
seiiBo In these duys can argue that
jway and not make himself a target
for grave accusations'. A inun talk-
'lug llko that either Is ignoiuut or mil
and wo might use nn uglier word. 1
have hpnrd that corrupt meu argue aa
Dr. Wiley docs, but until 1 know ex
I nelly what he has said 1 would muko
no Biich charge,
"The temperance movement Is
t.wecplng tho country, and Dr. Wiley
's far behind tho times, I challenge
lilm to compare tho mollycoddle com
munity whoro no liquor is sold with
tho ono whoro whisky, beer and wine
How uninterruptedly. Liquor leads
to cilme, promotes dlsoaso and lowers
man's morals and montnllty Dr. Wi
ley knows this, lie also knowB It at
fuels tho Individual. Theieforo, how
ran he, n government official, make
inch astounding statements without
putting him In tho seriously bad light
i.f which I havo spoken, He is setting
a bad example. Ho wlfl receive somo
convincing answers if I am not mis
taken." Wrono, Oays Farwell.
"Well, if it Is a question of which Is
tho better, tho mollycoddle or tho boo
ze" fighter, I believe that I would tako
tho mollycoddle," said Arthur Uurrags
l'arwell, In dUcussliig Dr. Wiley's
statement. "However,, that Is on tho
assumption that Dr. Wllpy's state
ment Is tine." Ab a matter of fact
tho statement Is erroneous. Tho
theory that tototalers nro mollycod
dles Is not founded on fact. It takes
courage for n man to bo a tolotalor.
Ho has lo have tho courago to refuse
n drink- when ho receives Invitations
fiom Ida friends.
"A mollycoddlo, as I understand
tho term. Is n man totally devoid of
emitugo or of Intelligence. In my ex
perience I hnvu not found that one
drink or fifteen does a man any good
riiyflclaus nio pereilblug Iobh null
less alcohol every day. Dr. Wiley Ib
mistaken liiyhm theories,"
Difficulty la being found in ret
ting a jury to try (leu, lllrhard C.
Home, former vlco president ot the
Kansas City I'ost Company, charged
with murdering II. J. Groves, man
aging editor ot tho paper.
Two of the Handsomest and Most Reliable Little Runabouts
just arrived ex Alameda,
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The will of James Oliver, tho plow
manufacturer, Just filed lit Bouth
llcnd, 1 ml., shows nn estate of Sfiu,
000,000. The bulk goes as a trust
fund to tho un, Joseph D. Oliver.
Governor Paterson of Tennesson
Ins Issued a proclamation calling on
".ill gifod cltUenn" In suppress, tht
lawlessness in the tobiuco dlstitcts.
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