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The steamer Hawea is but a shadow of her former self; is indeed a mass of ruins on the north tiphead. This morning, about" 7.30 o'clock (says the Grey "Star"* of Tuesday) a shot was fired in the already shattered lull of.the vessel, and the vibration caused thereby was felt throughout town. The- shot was not a large one,..but it .did a considerable, amount of damage. The progress which will now be made will necessarily be slow, as all the hull, save a small portion amidships, is under water at high tide. Mr. Daniel is still in Greiymouth .conducting operations, and will remain there until tile remaining portion of the. ill-fated vessel has been removed. Thereafter lie will proceed to Westport to direct operations connected with the refloating of the steamer Taviuni.

Loss of Appetite

Is common when the blood needs purifying and enriching, for then the blood fails to give the, digestive organs the stimulus necessary for the proper performance of their functions. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills are the medicines to take. They.make the blood pure and rich, and strengthen all the.digestive organs. " I had indigestion, was unable to work. had no appetite, food distressed mc, could not sleep. -Friends recommended Hood's Sarsaparilla. After taking one bottle I felt so much relieved, I continued taking It and now am well." M. A. Aeolph, Mauku, N. Z. " Accept no substitute for Hood's Sarsaparilla DS 11-E- Made by O. I. Hood Co.. iWoU, I u.rilld Mm., v, s,_» Sold bj cho-awtt.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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