HEAHA LA KA PAIN BALM?
He laau hamo eha ka Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, a ua loaa iaia na pono i loaa ole i kekahi mau laau e ae. He maikai keia Pain Balm no ka ma’i rumatika. He tausani o na ma’i i hoola ia mahope o ka hoao ana i kekahi mau laau e ae me ka loaa ole o ka oluolu. Ua hiki ke kakooia aku he mea hiki loa i keia laau i ka hoola ana i na ma’i i kuluma ia oe ame ka rumatika eha loa.
Ua hiki i ka Pain Balm ke hoola i ka eha moku, pau i ke ahi, a wela paha i ka waiwela i ka manawa pokole loa mamua ae o kekahi ano laau e ae. He laau hoomaemae no hoi keia, oia hoi, he mea pale i na palaho, a no keia, aole e loaa kekahi linalina mahope o ke ola ana o ka eha. No ke kua haneenee, hu’i ma ka puhaka, ame ka hu’i ma na aa lolo, aohe lua e loaa aku ai ka Pain Balm. Aia iaia ka mea e ola ai ka ma’i. E pono i na mea apau i loaa i na ano ma’i i like ae la me keia e hoao i keia laau. E loaa no ka maha i ka lawe ana i ka wa mua. E hoao. Benson Smith & Co., Ltd., na agena e kuai nei.
(Kuokoa, 4/3/1903, p. 5)
WHAT IS PAIN BALM?
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm is a liniment and, while adapted to all the ordinary uses of a liniment, has qualities which distinguish it from other remedies of this class. Pain Balm is especially beneficial for rheumatism. Thousands of cases can be cited in which it has effected a cure when the sufferer had previously tried the best medical service without securing relief. Pain Balm is positively guaranteed to give relief in the most severe cases of chronic or acute rheumatism.
Pain Balm heals bruises, burns and scalds in less time than any other treatment. It is “antiseptic” that is, it prevents putrefaction and by so doing, generally prevents and unsightly scar remaining after the injury is healed. For lame back, lumbago and neuralgia, Pain Balm has no equal. It has the quality of “getting to the right spot.” No sufferer from these distressing affections should defer a trial of this remedy. One application gives relief. Try it. For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents.
[Actual translations of almost anything like this advertisement done in the past can shed light on vocabulary, turns of phrase, and so much more!]
(Hawaiian Star, 9/5/1903, p. 3)