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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, DEC. 21, 1908,
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in our district, just south of us. is fie famous "North Star" Mine, which has produced to date over $20,000,000.60 in gold, and which is producing now about $1,000,000.00 annual
ly. Down to the 800-foot level the'North Star" made but little money, but, after sinking below that depth, value grew richer and ever richer. The "North Star" is mining today
f i om the 4,200-foot level and there li no question that its gold-encrusted rock continues down to a point where the blast and the drill cannot reach. ,
WE HAVE THE "NORTH STAR" VEIN, AND THE DEEPEST WORKINGS OF THE "MAYFLOWER" ARE NOT DOWN MUCH MORE THAN 700 FEET. Verb. Sap. BUY
"MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. Of the othr veins crossing our estate the ones principally worked hitherto have been the "Mayflower" and the "Beekman" lodes. The
first has lcluuicd a stvinrr in the mill of approximately $30.00 per ton; the "Beekman," about $200,00 per ton. Rich values "these, but in connection therewith let this impressive
fact sorter sink into your soul: Neither the "Mayflower" nor the "Beekman" vein, nor anv of our other veins have been followed down more than 700 feet, where big values al
v.ajs begin. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. The uniform experience of all the great mines surrounding us has been the "North Star's" experience values in
eieasc with depth without exception. We arc going down to chase the richest of it to a itand-still. And we have eight prominent veins to sink on not merely one and a
Kc!cl rrvrcl channel to play with, on he side. If you want confirmation of these statements, and you are entitled to it before investing your money, call for the U. S. Government
Ho r.ts BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. "Wejght not so much what men assert, but what they can prove,"aid an ancient wisdom merchant. He nailed it
V.uz. Proof 's the thiiiR. We have proof, full up and running over, and all ready for you, concerning every statement we make about the "MAYFLOWER" Mine. In the mean-tin-,
vc Kcommcnrt the Stock at 25 Cents. Buy it! The more you buy, and the' quioker you buy, the happier you'll be by and by. It's your move. BUY "MAYFLOWER"
STOCK. BUY IT NOW! .. . i. ' ' .
DROP IN WHILE PASSING. PHONE 499
! 25 CENTS L.
GEO. M. SHAW
M. IVAN DOW, Fiscal Agent
Office, Suite 5 1 and 52 Alexander Young Big.
BUY IT NOW
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Lahalna, Dec. 2, 1908.
rdltor of tlio i: v o n I n e U u 1 1 c t i n,
Dear Sir: The wind blow very hard
en Saturduy nnd Sunday anil the rain
time luo. i
Sonio of tlio klawo trees In our
school j mil wijro broken.
Mr. White's Tamil) Mid Mrb. Seong
went to Lanal.
There wjb a moling plcturo show at
On Thanksgiving Day no had no
fcliool for two dn)s.
Thutsday and Friday wo had Jap
anese bchool tit, 2 o'clock.
I.nlialnn. Dec. 2 1908.
Editor of tlio Evening B ii 1 1 o 1 1 n,
Dear Sir: Tlio Pioneer Mill com.
menced grinding taut week.
Mr. Whlto'B fHinll), Mrs. Seong and
Miss Iln went tj) Lun.il un Saturday
On rrlday, Saturday and Sunday It
wns very windy unit rulny.
We had no school on Thanksgiving
I'rof. Knpu preached on Sunday for
Manv trees were broken ilowu on
Mr. Kcv. C. (1. Biirnhnm preached
for Mr. Whlto on ' Thursday, After
(hurcli we camo homo and saw lots of
bos In the sea Brimming.
The wind has been ery rough. It
has broken many trees down and It
Mew n top of a house Into the seu.
Mr. I). K. Whlto and soma or bis
U'latlvcs went to I.aunl on Saturdaj
Professor Kapu took his place as
They were called there for the an
niversary of tho Lanal chinch on Sun
day. Tho girls am learning how to play
tho piano In school.
'IMIm Ethel Roosevelt N now appearing rcgulnily at nil society oents In
Washlnpton, nltlioueh bIio will not make hci fonnal debut until
, tho Chilstimis hollduvs 1'ilor tj (lint time the lliltlsh Ambassador
nnd Mis Rote will give n dance for hei nt tho Embabs). wheio she
will meet nnnj of the people prominent In Diplomatic nnd Aim and
Navy Uicles She was icientl) tntei tulnid ut luncheon at the
Chevy Chase Club by Miss Ficdilm Morgan, one of the most beau-
tlful npd clmimlng lenders of tho lounger tot at tho capital,
LCIinilcs Francis Rarker, of Boston , Dr and Mrs Waldemar .locholson
fij'hold the illln of American clinm ,u0 ,tft Kow Yo,k cty on notom ()f
ipiuil III riliinn a Mf, iiiiiiin iinii
jeura, and has Just rhown that his
grop'on It Is Hi m by dtfeatliu Joseph
Droulllnrdt of Kansas City, In a match
exploration In Alaska Iho expedition
Is financed In Tl eodm P Rlabons
dusky n Mo-to b;nkei Dr Joch
fifflflv Lnniim. Iliirkfnwon ten irainuB (lon rerentlv illil anm,, unrh in ai
lnjljho m.ucli, while uioiilllnri! cip- iori.i ror Morris K. Jesuii president of
tureil onl) two lio reiiialnliig games, the Aingrk.in Museum ofNatut.il Ills
icbiiltliio' In draws tor).
Lnhalna, Dec. 2, 1908.
TTdltor of the i: v o n I ii g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Dear Sir: A new pumping machlno
camo from Honolulu anil tho Road
Roard men built It up on one side of
There was n galo In I.ahulna and
man) tiecs woio blown down.
A house was broken and a part of
the roof waB blown uto tho sea by tho
The mill is grinding sugnr now.
Tho telephone was stopped because
tno wires weio blown down from the
Wo Had Thanksgiving on Thursday
ami no school on Friday,
i Yours truly,
O ratio V.
I.nhnlna. Nov. .10. 1008.
Rdltor of tho E v o n I n g B it 1 1 o 1 1 n,
Dear Hii: Thiiifldnv vn I'lmnUn.
giving day and I nttended tho Wnlnco
thuri-h Tho church was decointed
with plants nnd flowers
Tho l(niinna plants had fruit on
I.nnulknl School, Nov. 19, 1908.
To tho Editor of E v o n I n g Bulle
tin. Dear Sir: I am going- to tcl you
onco more about our school nnd plants.
Our School was painted, and rooms
bre also painted. Our now clock was
hung on tho wairund wo know now
how to tell the times of day. Lust
Friday on No ember 13th we planted
twenty trees and glad to have thorn
grow up nicely I wish )ou to print
my letter In jour paper so that my
teacher will read It.
ELLA S. KAHOOHALAHALA.
Dear Sir: Our tencho,r read soen
letters from school this morning and
ho told us to write you nbout our
plants which wo planted on Arbor day.
We planted twenty tiees, Iran pines,
nd they nro growing veil well. Your
paper helps us n great deal In letter
We know how to write letters now
I think wo nro going to hovo somo
things on Thanksgiving day. I am
going to send my lettor on tho mail
boat today and I hopo tt will appear In
)onr beautiful paper.
Dear Sir: I am going to write to
you this morning about our plants. Wo
planted twenty trees. Somo are grow
ing nnd somo nro broken by the chil
dren yesterday. Wo nro very glad to
hear from our teacher about tho lot
ters from schools. Wo had a very
hard time to water our plants.
I ant going to close piy letter.
Dear Sir: I think jou would like to
tear from mo ubont my school. Wo
lire going to have a good Thanksgiv
ing diu'. Our school looks better now
than It was before, Wu are studjtng
many lessons, i aip going to close my
KALEI KAUHANE HJSIKI.
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Sir Walter Hllyer has been appoint
ed expert adviser to the Chlnose gov
ernment. Sir Walter was born In
China, of EnglUh parents, and is a
learned linguist. LI Hung Chang onco
tad that io spoko nnd wrote Chlneso
as welj as thq most highly educated
"Why are you weeping?" asked
the scrub oak. "On account of my
friend, the stream," responded the
willow. "And what ubout' that?"
"Why, a couple of fishermen were
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Blsho-Ttiobfrn, Uo went o'fndla
us u missionary forty nlno years ago,
lias' Just returned to his boyhood's
homo ut Allegheny, Pa. The people
of tl)e place are, collecting money to
gtvo tlio "venerable preacher a homo
there on his Jlffluth anniversary of
around heio today and whipped lt."( priesthood next spring.
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