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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 18, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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EVENING BULLETIN, IIONOMJMT.j-T. A., TOIDAV, DEC. 18, 1968.
The following facts are guaranteed, unqualifiedly and unreservedly, concerning the "Mayflower" Mine operated by the Mayflower Quartz and
, Channel Mining Co., two miles from Nevada City, California
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1. it's a mine.
2. it's a big mine.
3. it's a Developed mine.
4. it's a proven mine.
5. IT'S A SUPERBLY EQUIPPED MINE.
0. IT'S A PRODUCING! MINE.
7. IT'S AN ECONOMICAL MINE.
8. IT'S A WELL-LOCATED MINE.
9. IT'S A MINE WITHOUT WORRIES.
10. IT'S A GREAT, GOLD MINE.
The "MAYFLOWER" it not in the Prospect class.
The "MAYFLOWER" covert 160 acrei. held under U. S. Patent, with valuable timber and wa
,. . t ter right.
The- ''MAYFLOWER" it opened up by neatly two miles of underground wortinjrs.
The "MAYFLOWER" has eight gold quartx veini 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 milh anywhere in the West.
The "MAYFLOWER" has a production record to date of ntarly $1,000,000.00.
The "MAYFLOWER" plant it 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 neiph
bors properties that have produced, and are producing, millions of dol
JThe "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
scratched yet; its richest treasure-vaults have still to Ic 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
eve'ry indication that it will soon be the producing legder of the aristoeratic bunch. The "Mayflower" is the Mine you have been looking for its th
Mine ot your life lor you. It is pre-eminently yourigoldcn OPPORTUNITY. Par value of the Stock is One Dollar, full paid and non-assessable, n
further liability. . The price, for a limited time is 25 Cents per share. Grasp your OPPORTUNITY. Buy "Mayflower" Stock. Buy it now.
For Purther Particulars
Call, Write or Phone 499
M. Ivan Dow,
Fiscal Agent, "Mayflower Mine,
Office, Suite 51 & 52 Alexander Young Bldg
MARIANNA MINE DISASTER,
LOST' .THEIR.- LIVES
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Onlj' 0110 ot tlio 139 inon who wero in tlio Marlaunn (l'u.) coal mine when the recent explosion occurred es
caped wlllfhls life. Ilo .was Frank Klllngor, n tracl; layer, who was rescued In an exhausted ndde
inontcd condition twelve hours atter the horror. It Is belloved that his reason lu permanently dethron
' ed. Dozens ofbodles taken from the death pit wero so hadly mangled that it wag Impossible to Iden
tify them. Scenes about tlio mouth of the shaft were trade In the extreme. Ono woman whoso hus
hand lost his Ufa tried In a frenzy of grief to hurl herself Into tho pit. A mother whoso son's body
was entombed, waited for houis for tidings, scrutinized every body that was brought to tho surface un
til she llmilly became n raving maniac. Miners and Pennsylvania Btato mine officials regarded the
Marlatma mine as a model of unfety and 1110 umihlo to account for the oxplosluu',
Mott-Smith Receives Two
, Letters From the i
Acting Governor Mott-Smith re-
reived two letters from the Governor
by the mall which came yesterday.
The Governor states that his proposed
amendments havu undergone a great
many alterations and changes since
thoy wero first written. The amend
ments to the land laws have especial
ly been changed since the Governor
took the draft which he drew up on
tho transport away with him to Wash
ington. The Governor mailed a draft of the
amended land laws, but stated that ho
would probably change the law con
siderably still before It went, to tho
consideration of Congress. He has
been going Into iho land quostlon very
deeply with Messrs. McClellan and
Hatch, and Delegate Kuhlo has been
consulted In all of the alterations
Governor Krear states thut he took
tip the matter of the Federal building
kites with Secretary Wlnthrop as soon
as he arrived in Washington, utid
learned of tho agitation In Honolulu.
Ho stated that Wlnthrop would hold
tho Federal slto transfer uiitll tho
communication on tho mattor nrrlvod.
Tho Governor has been In. consul
tation with Secretary Garfield, whom
ho finds to bo working on many Ha
waiian propositions, and planning a
lot of work for thcdlfferent Terrltor
lal heads of departments here.
He referred in both his tetters to
tho vacillating attitudes of the com-1
morclal bojlles of Honolti'u In regard
to tho coastwlso shipping lnw and
Cavo a number of reasoru why ho re
Eretted the steps taken. Ho stated
that Secretary Straus, Seetetnry Oar-1
Held, and othors had taken tho mattor
up with tho President, who had "gone
to work for, tho relief of. Hawaii by
suspending Uiu law. which seemed wire
Tho Governor said that ho had had
n , Interview with John O Trono'r.i
but stated that tho Italians tJ be se
cured by him wero slow In getting
HASH GO: GIFTS
THAT PLEASE HEN
Men like, abovo all things, some
thing useful "as a. Christmas gift and
this naturally leads' one to look to the
men's clothing stores as the most
cultablo places' to buy such goods. Tho
Kasli Company, corner Fort arid Hotel
streets, has one .of the most cotnpleto
and finest linos of suttablo gifts for
men ever shown In this city.
The goods a'ro all very attractively
displayed so ns to make shopping oasy
and tho man or woman who goes to
Hie Kusti Company will have no diffi
culty In making selections that will
win tho appreciation' and approbation
of the recipients.
A PRIDE TO HONOLULU.
The Gem Theatre is completed, and
a pride to Honolulu. The managers,
.Messrs. Wider & Kuby, havo taken
every precaution to comply with the
law, to make It, an absolutely fire
proof, wclt-ventllated, and tho pret
tiest placo of amusement In Honolulu.
The decorating and pictures ot dlf
forene scenes from Various parts pt
Iho world, painted by Tom Sharp, a'o
well worth seeing.
This theatre will open Saturday
evening, December 19, at G:30, There
will bo four shows eyery evening and
a matlnco every day at. 2:30.
Tho price ot admission Is 10c, box
nvats 20c, children Cs. They will
chango their pictures' Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, showing tho lutest
films from tho coast.
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Charles 1 TaXt Is tho brother who
Is credited with having financed the
political fortunes ot tho President
elect when money, was needed for cam
paigning. Tho brother Charles is prom
inently mentioned ns n candidate for
Senator to succeed Senator Foraker.
U Is said flint 'the President-elect is
not an enthusiastic Hiipporler of his
brother's campaign but Is not oppos-
DII. COFER MAY
That Dr. Cofer. who' was formerly
In chargo of the mnrlnn hospital hero,
will again bo usslgned to this port, is
tho news named ns a strong, possibil
ity by Governor Frear lu his luttur to
Mott-Smith. Dr. Cofer Is rtudlnst
the sanitary conditions of thu bii;
cities of tho Kast at present n:nl ho
has asked tho government for ninety
days moro before ho Is assigned to
any permanent position. Dr. Ccfor
was tho ono who recommended a Fed
eral appropriation for sanitary work
for Honolulu, and It Is thiough his
recommendation that thu matter Is be
ing given consideration In Washing
ton. Cofer wants tho government to
mako an appropriation ot 123,000 per
year to ! expended hero lu sanitary
work at the discretion of the Governor.
CHr.l3TMA8 FANCY WORK.
MUs Kato V. Woodward, well known '
n Honolulu, for many years with Jor
dan & Co. and N. S. SncliB Dry Goods
Co., has opened u storo at 1141 Fort
street, at McGulre's floral shop, whoruN
Mio will to pleased to seo 'her old
friends and mako new ones. Her
rtock or urt goods Is well assorted;
hand embroidered and hand-palntcd
toft pillows, embroidered shirt waists,
underwear, gloves, silk petticoats, ho.
iery, etc. Sho makes a specialty of
stamping and takes orders for nil
1 Inds of fancy hand work.
Ijig hlin. Congressman llurton Is an
other candidate for Forakcr's seat.
Klro destroyed two wings of St. President Diaz of Mexico has lert' According to n Washington report,
Jerome's Catholic Collcgo at llcrlln, 'a strong co-operutlon to tho National friends of John Hays Hammond, tho
Ontario, causing a loaa ot $40, 000, Corn Kxposttlon held at Omaha Dee. millionaire mining man and publl
(lenrgo Hecse, n thlrd-yenr studontjo-lfl. He Is sending four special cist, of Massachusetts, will usk Mr.
ft urn Mount Carmol, l'u., was severe- ccimnilsslonors to ropiesent his repub-lTaft to niiiko lilui a member of ho
I lie, headed by Senor Focx 04illermo. next Cabinet.
Arthur Hale, general superintendent
of transportation of the llaltlmore and
Ohio Kallroad, has resigned to become
tho pormanont chairman ot tho car
tervlco department of tho American
Itattway Association, effectlvo Janu
ary 1. It Is said bis salary will be
520,000 per year.
Govcrnor-olcct Hudley, of Missouri,
whllo attorney general of his state,
prosecuted ono of tho first cases
against tho Standard Oil Company,
SILK SHIRTS and PAJAMAS
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Also a finii line of useful articles in Men's,
Women's'and Boy's Furnishings, suitable for
Christmas Gifts. We have a complete stock
of Chinese Silk and Grass LineaEmbroidered
Phone 627 YEE CHAN & CO., King & Bethel
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