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EVENING BULLETIN, HOVOt.UI.U, T. II., WKDNUSDAV, ttKC Ifl, 190S
The following facts arc guaranteed, unqualifiedly and unreservedly, concerning the "Mayflower" Mine operated by the Mayflower Quartz and
Channel Mining Co., two miles from Nevada' City, California
ITS A MINE.
IT'S A BIO HIKE.
3. IT'S A DEVELOPED MINE.
4. ITS A PROVEN MINE
ITS A SUPERBLY EQUIPPED MINE.
IT'S A PRODUCING MINE.
7. IT'S AN ECONOMICAL MINE.
8. IT'S A WELL-LOCATED MINE.
0. IT'S A MINE WITHOUT WORRIES.
10. IT'S A GREAT, GOLD MINE.
The "MAYFLOWER" is not in. the Prospect class.
The "MAYFLOWER" covers 160 acres, held under U. S. Patent, with valuable timber and wa
The "MAYFLOWER" is opened up by nearly two miles of underground workings.
The "MAYFLOWER" has eight gold quartz veins traversing its property carrying values up to
$200 00 per ton. 'I has, in addition a gravel channel of great richness.
For proof see U. S. Government Reports.
The "MAYFLOWER" has one of the finest reduction mill anywhere in the West.
'i'he "MAYFLOWER' has a production record to date of nsarly $1,000,000.00.
The "MAYFLOWER" plant is operated entirely by water, thus eliminating fuel expense for
steam or electric power.
The 'MAYFLOWER" is in the heart of the richest district of California and has for its neigh
bors properties that have produced, and arc producing, millions of dol
The "MAYFLOWER" is in a section where labor troubles are unknown and weather conditions
permit continuous mining all the year round.
The MAYFLOWER" is one of the Best of the West: its mineral assets have barely been
scratched yet; its richest treasure-vaults have still to be opened.
As it stands today the "Mayflower' is one of the choicest and best located Mines in a community of lucrative gold-producing properties and there is
every indication that it will soon be the producing leader of the aristocratic bunch. The "Mayflower" is the Mine you have been looking for it's the
Mine of your life for you. It is pre-eminently your golden OPPORTUNITY. Par value of the Stock is One Dollar, full paid and non-assessable, no
further liability. The price, for a limited time is 25 Cents per share. Grasp your OPPORTUNITY. Buy "Mayflower" Stock. -Buy it now.
For Further Particulars
Call, Write or Phone 499
IT u V ---
M. Ivan Dow,
Fiscal Agent, "May1 lower Mini,
Office, Suite 51 & 52 AxanerXpyPg, Bldg.
s sne would
fllip following is i Rood oinmplo ot
Mini of lottos that arc constant
being lecolvcd b;' Governor Trcar.
u wiltei sa)s alio la a graduate ot
le of the l)cst coll-gts In the Middle.
lemur of the Hawaiian Isles,
Dear Sir: I nm 'i Senior student
tliu State, Normal College ono of
h licst institution for tlio training
tc.icheia tlio United States posses-
h. There, aro onl) two other Nor-
iils In this nation that can come up
It. I am specializing in Natural
lenees, Zoology in pnitlcular. I ex
it to take my life certificate in
nn, 1900. As n .nospoctlvo leach-
fiom this Institution 1 nm looking
r a position. The War Department
lough our representative requested
to write on for- information
our this line. I would llko to
now If ou havo any suitable post-
on In a high school In your prof
it e, I desire to 'cento myself near
o Boa-shoio for research work along
lo mnrlno animal line, and also in
(volcanic region for a study of rock
iimaiioii. anil plant niu in me irup-
The Hawaiian Isles seem to ot-
ir, as near as I can discover, tlio
ht mntciiiil for juch woik I am
an o)(l and i citable family, known
routrhotit thn II. S . my ancestors
... 'i. 1 1
pa ciy enily date ana at present,
holding olllccs under tho Federal
Oovornmont of trust and honor. I nm
twenty ears of age and enjoy good
health, t am ambitious and want to
make-the best of inysolf. I want to
make tho best of my profession and
to do so 1 must travel not only in my
own lountry, but In foreign lands as
well. Hence my plans and desire" to
teach In foreign field.
My father has rendlly given his
consent nnd Is wilting to aid mo In
all posslhto manner. I sincerely
think ns a fresh student from tho
heart of America's best cultured so
ciety, full of American Ufa and a Ig
or, nnd possessing all tha new Amer
ican Ideas, both socially and flnim
chillj, I would certainly ho on In
spiration to tho public school chil
dren In jour provinces. I have thor
oughly drilled In tho modern rjethoda
of teaching and thpVsonllals of pub
lic schools. My early training nt
homo has been almost fiiultleus. Hav
ing alwa)s lived n good moral and
rellglouj life, m rhnratter is pure
and clnin Now 1 vould llko to hear
from )oti ns si in as it Is convenient.
I hope t'lh ninVs jour approval. 1
rcin-.ln, sliicoirt) joirs,
Nov. 2.1, 1308.
Hun ill fur I lie Hawaiian Ilazar
whkli opens la tlio Kijilolanl building,
cornoi Kins an 1 Al ilcea street, nt 9
o'clock SatmdH) morning, December
19th, with just tho things to givo for
Xnina and Now Year's tapas, pillows,
hats, Nlhau nuts, fans un.l fancy
flbio baskets, leather higi mill useful
iirtlclcH too niinioioin tn mention, pol
lunchrcn at 11 a. in. Como ono, conio
till, mil vvnlch tho nulves vork.
185 editorial rooms 250 oul
net jitite. men ars tha new tal
tho" "i.r. . RulUtin offic
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Mince Meat, Apple Butter
Olives, India Relish,
Baked Beans, Sweet Pickles, Tomato Soup,
Dill Pickles, Tomato Catsup, etc.
Every Christmas Delicacy Known
AROUND JHE WORLD
Elaborate Schfeme Out
lined By Officials
Plans havo been announced by
Hear Admiral William S. Covvles.
chief ot tho Hqulpmeut llureau at
Washington, which provldo for the
eventual establishing of wireless
communication around tho wor'd.
Some day and Admiral Covvles Is
confident thut tho day Is not fnr dis
tant Undo Sam fiom his chair tn
tho White House can direct tho
ships of his fleet, no mattci In which
of tho seven bcas they inav bo cruis
ing. The corner-stone of this stupend
ous achievement will ho laid when
work Is begun in the near future "on
a high-powered, loug-dlstanro wire
less station at Washington.
Necetsltv was the inspiration for
tho undci taking, naval experts say.
Tho United States assumed tho re
sponsibility of patrolling the I'aclllc
when the Philippines wero taken un
der the fold of tho Stars and Stripes.
It Is nil very well, porhnps, for bat
tleships to sail foith boldly on
months-long cruises, but Unclo Sam,
wants to be In n position to call
them up da or night, and make
them feci they aio not so far away
from homo after all.
High-powered stations similar to
tho one soon to be constructed in
Washington will bo established along
the Pacific Coast. The next step will
be stations in Hawaii, (lunni, Samoa,
and the Philippines. Wltoless com
munication with ships in tho Noith
Atlantic Ocean Is now possible to a
satisfactory extent. With tho future
s)stem Installed the North Pacific,
the greater portlo-i of tho South l'a-
ciflo, nnd part of the Indian Ocean
will ho gathered up and figuratively
spread out In view of the windows
of tho White House.
In (lines ot peace tlio Navy Depart
ment will be nblo to guide the ships
at nil times with the certainty of n
man moving tho pieces on n chess
board. Should win (.iimo tho respon
sibilities of n naval engiigoment need
not rest entliely nn the shmitdeis of
the men alio.ml the ships, In some
loom In thn White House u board ot
naval expel Ih may sit and Hush wlio
less mesnges directing and advising
tho tlect In its light.
It will bo dllllciilt lo catch Unco
Sam napping when ho has "stiung
his lines" in ouiul the aoild lie cai.
warn Ills i-ea Hghluis against traps
Into which otherwise the) inU;ht fall
tyhllo roaming the ocean without
news of events Admiral Covvles
plans, contained In Ills iinnu.il le
port, have moused much cntlnisl.ibin
among naval experts, who snv that
with tho building of tlyj proposed
stations tho nil-world wireless sv li
tem will bo proved u practical undertaking.
Andicvv Cnrncgln md Harry I.l'.
dor, tho Scotch invs.'o hall favoille,
now appearing In .Sew York, made
espouses to toasts ut tho 161 an
nual banquet of thi St. Andrew's So
ciety of New Vork, which vuis recent,
ly held at the Wnld"i f Astoria.
A tornado passing over Minnesota.
neai rutlliiiult, lifted tho house of
A. J. Manlev while the family was al
dinner and rnrrlcd it fcoinu distance
.Manlev was killed, but bis wife and
chld ocaped. Injuiy. , (
IN PARKER DEAL
Hawaiian Trust Asks
Petition for iiuthorlt) and In.iti'u
estate of Abigail Y Kafwamtii ikoi, In
tho Circuit Couit tli? morning
It neliiH that Pol Vundoiihers m I
Bam Parker iiiort? it tho Parkir
ranch on June t4 1D0.", to iwcuro Mis.
Campbell Parke.- for nil t.'i:.H paid by
her tn tlio Anglo-Callfiirni u II ink not
to excml tho sun or $3ij,oii0, for thn
Kohaln Ditch Coinpnnv Tlio liotdcu
Statu Hank has diuiiindii' pa) moat of
tho nil v antes made to the lompaii),
and Sam Parker has cu.nplcUil nego
tiations for tho money and now ho
wants satisfaction and tli illschaigo
of the inortgngo of June II 19" j.
As a part of the negotiations, Parker
i vv until nn assignment of tho nolo for
lions iclatlvu to a rcleiifi -if niortgo 2i;,7iu Hindu li) him to J. O Carter,
nnil iisslgiunent of nolo ml h unity ' mid turntil over tn Mrs Campbcll
was tiled bj tlm Hawaiian Tinst : .- Pinker nnd now cliissed as ono of mo
pany, temporar) admlnitlrutyniifjlhf mctif of tlio eslnto, to tlio Hawaiian
Trust Compaii) on the iiaymi nt of tlm
pilnctpnl nnd inleivnf nt fovcii pqr
cent, by hlni to them.
Tlio llawnllnn Trust Cmpiii Iny
nskeil for InsU actions mm tliu Court
on tlicEO rtiatters.
P. M. HubUell, raid n be tho
wealthiest man In lovya. has signed u
note for 120,0110 !ti ,faor or- thn
Iowa Home fur thuAgcd, pa)nhle ten
da)s "after my death " Iltibbell, ut
the age of 70. Is In excellent hcnltl.
Miss Until II. North! op, of No
wIlIi, Conn , has won tho si holnrshlp,.
offered by the Norwich Art Students,
Association. Tho woik she submit
ted consisted of three urouim of ani
mals anil flgiues modeled in clay from
life. -,- i v l J
HIS MBTCRa VOICE'
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Pianola Records, Musical Instruments of all kinds,
Sheet Music,, Victor Talking Machines, from $10
to $500. Victor Records, Piano Stools and
Benches. We would be pleased to have you call
and try our Music and Musical Instruments.
Bergstf om Music Co.,
Fort Street, just above King
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