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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 17, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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The following facts arc guaranteed, unqualifiedly and unreservedly, concerning the "Mayflower" Mine operated by the Mayllower Quart, and
Channel Mining Co., t,wo miles from Nevada City, California
IT'S A MINE.
IT'S A BIO MINE.
3. IT'S A DEVELOPED MINE.
4. IT'S A PROVEN MINE
5. IT'S A SUPERBLY EQUIPPED MINE.
G. 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 OREAT, GOLD MINE.
The "MAYFLOWER" is not in the Prospect class.
The "MAYFLOWER" covers 160 acres, held under U. S. Patcht, with valuable timber and wa
The "MAYFLOWER" is opened up by nearly two milas of underground workings.
The "MAYFLOWER" has eight gold quartz veins traversing its property carrying values up to
$200.00 per ton. rl has, irt addition, a gravel channel of great richness.
For proof see U. S. Government Reports.
The "MAYFLOWER" has one of the finest reduction mills anywhere in the West.
The "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 thai have produced, and are producing-, millions of dol
, The "MAYFLOWER" is in a section where labor troubles are unknown and weather conditions
permit continuous mining all the yeir round. '
The -MAYFLOWER" is one of the Best of the West: its mineral assets have barely been
scratched jet 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 foryou. 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
M. Ivan Dow,
Fiscal Agent, "Mayflower Mine,
Office, Suite 51 & 52 Alexander Young Bldg.
SIX BALLOTS TO
GET RUEF VERDICT
Only Higher Court Can
Now Save Grafter
it t, . . 1
or satisfaction to hundreds or henrU; lore them end bound In n deadloc'i cd lie) unit hopo of ng-com-it
It was a realization or tliu triumph of v.hlcli It seemed Unit nothing could ( Thcro was nn Incident In the eMI)
common kcency and the Indication iioak. Then calm reason forced tli. morning liinn, a contrnRt, tint was no
'of tlio law. Ihsiiu and brought the sciles of justice Inst on the throng ni the coiirlioom.
Only Hope Now Recti I to a balance Tho men In the Jury Judge Law lor convened the court fin
With Higher Court '100111 who had hold out ugilnst tho.icgular business at in o'clock, and In
vJUs24 hours from the lime tliLy lert giving of tliu crdlct of Kullty wire j the prisoner's flock, uTcmc 1111 illen ltd
liie'c'ouFtroom to consider the evidence, made to ste the over.viiolinlng nature b) counsel or b frltnds, three nn n
against Abe Kticf the jurors returned of the ovldence. They resolved their , t tdcal of the scum 'or society sat
once more to the scats they had occu- last ilouhta, took their final ballot, nn! awaiting the calling of their casts
pled during the. Ions weeks of the Abe Itucf stood convicted in the cos
trial. Tho formalities were Drier, and or the law, as no lias stood tor mourns
on the stroko of 4 o'clock the foreman convicted In the p)ts of thewoild.
of the jury handed to tho clerk of the Jurors' Unite on th: Sixth Ballot
tourt tho paper containing the lrre-1 sir ballots were taken b tho lurv
oennin ertiici or mini num. wo ,i,...t..,. !. oj i.n..-., ti.nt it.. ...n..i..., 1 111111. 1 nose mroo mei worn without
San PrnnclEco llec. 11. Tho law's tamor Krc-eiod the reading or tho 1 remained locked nwnr hv themselves. Iower "'l without money before
There was 11 burglar, a holdup nun
and n noted bunko sharp who his
hcrved one toim In the penitentiary.
Kaon of the three when his turn cinio
nsked tho court to appoint cn-mrel fm
veruict ot gum, ion? iiciajou, lias ieen( words, ror the wnrnlng or tho court , When tho first ballot wns taken, short
)ironoiinced at last against the 0110 against any form of cfcmopst ration had' y urter tho caso was submitted Wed
tlnio boss or San Francisco 1 1,ce" se,cro cl B0 ' "ns '"-' ten- 'losday afternoon, eight Jurors oted
Abraham Ituer tho arch ilcspollor Mon thai thorp wero spontaneous cries Immediately Tor tho com lotion of tho
of Llvlc dtcency. stands convicted after "r "0r,I'-. order-" from tho bailiffs and 1 .fc-fc-ndnnt. Threo otlicrs-llnnlson,
two sears of bitter struccle of one or i'"'"-t-ii.eii ' "'- ""' "en iur-. aulllvnn ami O'llrlen stood for nn ac
the scoic ot crimes that have black- """ rt't,mi f 'ho J"r' " ,cnrt
onod the record of his public lire. III3' Ucfoio lluef there lies but a single
last criminal lcsouco exhausted, his 'Jlnt hope. A hlsher court nnd the
llnal effort toward the defeat of Jus- nmo which onco sot him free urter a
lice spent, Abo nuef heard yesterday confession of guilt hnd passed his own
tho decision tint means for him long III -ln tl tl-n power to savo him
e.HB or penal servitude. 1 '"" Hi" illtSf'o or a convlct'n
"Oullt as rh'nrgodl" Mrlpos. bit on this ho can pin scant
Tho wordB sounded In n courtroom fllll llojnm" lint, tho words spoken
hiislud to a sinister stlllntss. llun- Jcstord-iy nnr'tel tho ending or his
ilreilj or oars caught tho oinlnmu'c,'r,,fr
woidH; hundreds! ot cjes turned to-l It ;vp nflo' hope of a verdict had
ward tho tablo .vhcro huddled the) form .i-iotlonlV V-cn abandoned ,by tho
or the man In whose nands onco lay lliousinrls of 8 in, Franciscans' win
enormous power; )ot In all tho throng 1'ims innn ttui rjoslnj; scenes of tho
that heard nnd saw thero was none to I'.uci ti If 1 iimt the decision of the Jury
ciuortlnn tho right or justice or the mine. i"or 21 hoilrs tho Jurors had re
crillct. It wns not elation over tho innlned in consultation, 'wranglln
niln or a human life that sent a thrill tivortho details ttif -tho .testimony be-
(initial, and Juror Murph) announced
himself undecided. The division of1
opinion wns eloquent or the confusion
Into which tho whole case was thrown
from Its very start by tho pettifog'
An air of renown- confidence per
Midod the corner of (ho room given
urcr to tho defend nit mid his counsel.
Every mlntito that passed without
word from (ho Juiy menut an added
hope ror RiiLf, and as the morning
hoiiis Woro along Ituer became almost
;annty In his demeanor, wh'llo Dozler
.llHplaed his satlsractlon wltlioift con-
enlmcnt. No definite word came from
tho Jurjrooiu, yet Uiito were persist
out rumors, rumors that tho end had
(already come; thnt-thq Jury was diid-
PAYNE'S TARIFF BILL
Atmosphere Of Commis
sion Toward Steel,
Iron Or Pulp
WASHINGTON, 1), tt, Dec. .
fight, but only of n trhl that would Coinblued with n thicat thntall crlt-
tlraw to a rapid end. In-fore them no ks of (he WftJ8 alld MeallH conimit-liope-
of liitcrontlon I15 a higher court .... , ,, 1
Tlic wore common eiln.lnals, and I'e of the House who have nlleged
mm uougress win puss 11 uiiiini-p.11.
t.uirr bill will ho compelled 'to np-
jpe.ir before thq committee to cxplnln
thcmiehcs, the report Is current In
Washington today that pig lion,
steel billets, anthracite nnd bitumi
nous coal, lumber, leather, hides,
shoos, and wood pulp may ho pl.ucd
on the free list In the tnmlng I'uno
tnrlff bill unless itstlmonj of gicnt
strength Is o'fTcrcd to the contrnr).
The lenders or the House. IU Is said,
hno concluded to take" the bull by
them there was 110 vision or a long
they Btood hefoio the law on the mcr
Its or their cases alone
Indian Runner f
Who May Race '
Fits the Pocket
Folding Pocket Kodaks
FE0M $5.00 TO $25 00 EACH.
OTHER KODAKS $35.(X to XI 12.50 EACH.
New Line of
Plane Kodaks and Cameras
ror Atmetto ana om
cr Rapid Photography.
Come in and tee what
they can do.
No other CHRISTMAS GIFT will
Rive the same amount of Pleasure
for the money.
innsiimptlnn nnd t list to the Senito the duties on the .11 tides mentioned
to look utter tho Intertsts. with the expetatinn fiat lmiorta-
Carnegic's Statements Unanswered "OI1!1 '" incrrnspii thcicb. thu
uontcriung inu ticei anil iron uu- nitrc-isinr; minor innu rcuuciuK mu
ties II li s.id the loininlttee feels Hut icxcnucs. The House committee. It
Andrew Cnrnoglc'ii statemtnts hive Is said, will be ne'iinlcd largel b)
not been answered by any wllnun politics In Its action, while the Son-
wlin has npiionred before the commit- ute can then seemliiKly force n roui-
teo. In ftftt, the so-called Steel Tiust promise In nctord Ui tho wlshet ot
has npparcntly mule little or 110 of- tho Interests,
foit to reruto Sir. Carnegie's nsser- Court Rulings Affect.Tarill
tlons nnd unless the) nie rt-ruted the WASHINGTON, U V, Die 1 Ot
committee has pr.ittltnllv no rrno 11101 e Interest than jesierdajs' henr-
upon whlth to rest a tenewul or tho log before the Wtijs ami I.ieans Com-
present duties or to Justlf) the retcn- tulttee for the consideration 'of,
Hon of any duties except that thi thnnges In the tariff schedule for llnx,
t enemies iun be Impaired if all duty hemp) and Jute, nnd their manufac-
ts removed, The mnnurnctnrcrs of tines, Is the proposed readjustment
shoos have likewise united In a do- of that schedule to conform with tho
niniid for rice leither and have iolned do"lslcins nnd Interpretations of.-the
with the West In a demand fcrr frto toiirts, According to pne decision,
hides, while the pie-Kimicrnuco of mats made of straw were hold to be
the ovldence thus far favois fiee entitled to entry ut onl) 30 per rent,
shoes ns well. 1'iactlcally nothing as manufactures of straw instead of
has been said by any cum ngnlnst
frco eonl from C.itindn and the de
mand for free wood pulp Is unani
mous among nil Interests Involved.
Actuated by Politics
While the optlmMIe stand-pattcis
lire pointing to the Illinois us nn oil
deuce of good faith on the part of the
committee, tho Immcsslori prevails in
conservative ijuaiters that the tone
being Imposed tho clut) or from 3D
to 70 per cent , specified fur 'floor
mattings It Is proposed to remedy
this h Including all mats manufac
tured Ironi straw 01 other vegetable
substances "not uthrrwlso provided
ror" in the Binio pnragraph with floor
M J story surrounds dciri)lng or cost
the horns on those iitlcle or general inlttce may bo prtpiiliig to reduce of I'resldtnt Hooscvcdt's trip In Africi..
Honolulu photo Supply Co., jja
KfToits 1110 being made to match
Tom Longboat, tho Indjau dis
tance runner, ugalnst Dm undo,
the Italian who defeated Cham
pion Ilnjes. It Is posslbto that
Shriibh nnd threo or four other
champions nnd ambitious run
ners may enter tho race, hut If
thfs Is not arranged the Indian
and the Italian probably will try
rontlusloiis In Madison Square
(linden, New Yofu, dining Christ
mas week. '
ridcdil) funding ujmp.inj oigiulzed
to finance Catholic building opoiatlons
fl.BOO.OOO In debt with no asiets
( Estimates of uppioprintlons to bo
Hindi b) congress contain liberal al
lowances for I'aclllc coast
Mis. rioronce Mnjliilck wins suit
lor 2,.r,nO,nno ikick or Iind hlch law
ler tiltd to iu Ize
Hugo profits of Stan lard Oil Coin
ran) nro laid biro on fitness stand
lit New ,url(.
The Good Ship' "Lurliic" brought us a fresh and complete assortment of
in jt kW
N In 1-2, 1, 2, and 3-lb. boxes.
REISS fe BRADY'S GOODS
Consisting of Exquisite Olives, Manzauillo Olives, Stuffed Olives, Imported Smyrna Firs
in gltus boxes, Stuiftd Figs, Stuffed Dates, French Prunes, and Weisbaden Stuffed Prunes in
Gordon & Dillworth'and Richardson & Bobbins' Plum Puddinc:.
Curtice Bros. "'Blue Label" Sweet Pickled Fruits.
Christmas Trees for Deliver December 22nd.
Special Attention given to packing goods for Island Shipment. A
J. M. IYy & Co.
KING STREET near Metropolitan M:at Co,
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