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EVENING BULJ,ETIlHONOMJIIJ1JCJt., TUESDAY, DEC. 22,, 1008..; -"itC.
in our district, just south of us. .is the famous "North Star" Mine, which has produced to date over 20,005,000.00 in gold, and which is produoinR now about $1,000,000.00 annual
ly. Down to the 800-foot level the "North Star" made but little money, but, after sinking belowjthat depth, values grew richer and ever richer. The "North Star" is mining today
from the 4,800-foot level and there is no question that iU gold-encrusted rock continues down to ' 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 other veins crossing our estate the ones', prbiipftlly worked hitherto have been the "Mayflower" and the "Beekman" lodes. The
first has returned a saving 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 anfofour otVerl veins Have been followed down more than 700 feet, where big values al
ways 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
crease with depth without exception. We are going down to chase the richest of it taa. stand-still. And we have eight prominent veins to sink on not merely one and a
gold gravel channel to play with, on the side. If you want confirmation of these stateniehti, and you are entitled to it before investing your money, call for the U. S. Government
Reoorts. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. "Weight not so much' what men assert, but what they can prove," said an ancient wisdom merchant. He nailed it
there. Proof js the thing. 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
time, we recommend the Stock at 25 Cents. Buy it I The more you buy, and the quicker you buy, the happier you'll be by and by. It's yuur move. BUY "MAYFLOWER"
STOCK. BUY IT NOW! ... .......
DROP IN WHILE PASSING. PHONE 499
GEO. M. SHAW
M. IVAN DOW, Fiscal Agent
Office, Suite 51 and 52 Alexander Young Big.
B1Y IT NOW
Hawaii Is Again
COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY AND HIS REPORT
On page r8 of tlio report of lliu
C'omptiollcr of tlio Currency tlio fol
lowing heading appears: "HANKS
AND HANKINO IN TIIK ISLAND
CTudcr thin tlio first sub-heading
Hint appears Is tlio "Philippines," to
whIUi four pagei nro devoted. Next
coniM "l'orlo Itlco," nml lust of nil
"Hawaii," of which 4he following Is
"Unofficial reports have been com
piled from sovon Territorial and prl
nle banks in operation In the Terri
tory of Hawaii. The nggrcguto paid
in capital of theso banks ns shown
by reports nt latest dates obtainable
is $3, U I2,r00, Individual deposits
$11, 020,125, and nggrogato resources
$7,27 1,781), In addition there wcro
In operation on May 14, 100S, four
national hanking associations, with
capital or $010,000, Individual depos
its $980,736, United States deposits
$104,678, and nggrcgato resources
$2,388,612, the total resources of all
reporting banks, private, territorial,
and national, being $9,663,397. Two
territorial banks with capital of
$700,000 report dividends paid dur
ing tlio year amounting to $56,000,
or 8 per cent. Theso two bankB re
port 4,601 depositors, and tlio aver
age rate of interest paid on deposits
4.37 per cent. Only two territorial
hanks in Hawaii icspondcd to tlio re
quest of this offlco for reports, and
statements relating to the flvo other
banks in Hawaii wero taken from a
pcilodlcul, and are necessarily Incom
plete as to details."
Cruiser Buffalo Will
Bring Marine Battalion
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 21 The auxiliary crulker Buffalo wl(l
leave San Francisco early In January with a battalion of marines ana
officers to be stationed at Honolulu.
Castro Is Ousted
CARACAS, Venezuela, Dec. 21. Vice President Gomet has removed
.ill. the old Cabinet Ministers of tho Castro government and has appointed
a new" Cabinet and established a new government. '
MAINE DESTINATION IS MYSTERY
WA8UINOTON, D. C, Dec. 21. Complete mystery surrounds the
destination of the battleship Maine, which sailed from Norfolk yesterday
under scaled orders. Neither the State Department nor the Navy -Do-partmont
wouldglvc out any information concerning the mission of the
Maine, nor her destination.
Rockefellers Health Maxims
As He Told Them To Reporters
You tan work long hours if oti nro careful abourwlmt jou
I nctcr felt In better health thun today. It Is the result of
rigidly adhering to a policy of careful diet. 1 ndviso any one who
wants to keep his health to do the same, 4 -""
If you aio careful what jou put Into jour stomach, you will
bo able to keep up jour woil? at seventy.
I liao bcon out of doors in much us possible for tho past
twenty jcars. To that practice, coupled with careful diet, 1'nt
li Unite my excellent health.
I used to work May anil night whon I was it young man, but
I never foigot my stomach.
Asked If sitting for hours in the witness chair tired him, ho
said: "Not In tho slightest. It has noot begun to grow Irkbomo
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 13. While no advices, official or unoffl
clal, have roachod tho State Department confirming tho press dispatcher
from Wlllcmstad regarding tho seizure of aVenezuclan coast guard-ship
by the Dutch cruiser Goldcrland, tho news was received with' Interest,
though with llttlo surprise, In diplomatic circles here. Although Hol
land has hud thrco or four war vessels nt Curacao or thereabouts for some
tlmo past, no hostile act had previously occurred and there has been
much speculation as to Holland's purpose
Great Interest attaches to The Netherlands Government's next move
since it apparently Intends to force matters to an Issue. For some time
thero was talk of a blockade, but such a proposition might cause Holland
to come in conflict with Germany. England, and other Powers for tho
claims against Venezuela,' the payments of which are ponding.
Tho Stato Department's attltudo has been to let Venezuelan disturb
ances work themselves out gradually, observing strict neutrality there,
unless tho commorco or other Intcrosts of this country aro Interfered
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ATTORNEY FINCH IS ON TRIAL
PORTLAND, Ore, Dee. 21. Tho trial of J. A. Finch for the murder
of Prosecutor Fisher has begun. Finch killed Itshcr. who prosecuted
him on appointment by tlio Court u nil caused his disbarment as t prac
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NEW GERMAN AMBASSADOR
Mjstoiy murks theft of diumojul
(ollarctto worth $15,000 from trunk
or Hilti8h Columbia Importer's wlfo
while en route to San Fianclsco.
Doctor nscilbes wholesale poison
ing In Vallojo to poor iimillty of meat
Tnxlciibi will ho used 111, Son I'rau
tlsco for Urst tlmo Now Ysar's'c.
Hank of San Fruncloco negotiates
for lease and fixtures of dofunct Mar
ket street bank In Grant building.
Pretty" Iluth'Hall of Bkyland, Santa
Cruz Couiil)ls crushed to death by
n street rar In Sail Jose.
Itcv, J. W, Summons o'f Ban Rafael
tells why churches should advertise
NIIW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 21. Count von Hcrstertf. tho Ambassador
for Germany to the United States, arrived here today.
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JAPANESE DIET IS OPENED
TOKIO, Japan, Dec. 21. The Japanese Diet has opened. Hobeba
has been elected Speaker of tho lower house. -
Six rare paintings, the most Import Wllllam'Campbcll, recently Install
nut of which Is nn nuthentlc Rubons.ed In Edinburgh as Judge of the new
1 ao been presented to th Annmnij Scottish court of sessions, is the first
Hiiimi Memorln . ProMencoi R, I., byltoinan Catholic appointed to the
Gorioiar Ruuii C. J Ian kins, of NewScottlsh bench, since the Ileforraa-1
'York. ' Hon.
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GIFT BOX OF ADELINA PATTI CIGARS
, TWO BIG STORES:
926 Fort St. Fort and Hotel St.
. Tel. 376' Tel. 495
FANCY GOODS FOR XMAS TRADE IN SOUVENIR BOXES
ENTER LUMBER TRADE
With the recent Increaso In freight
lates on lumber from Pugot bound to
San Pedro to $4.50 per thousand fool,
many vessels, aro being placed In com
mission to carry full cargoes of lum
ber to that port. Five sailing vcssols
are on the way and fifteen arc loading.
The stoamor Ucitha urrUcd at Seat
tie, Wash., on Nwembor 23 from Val
dez, Alaska, la way ports, uftor one
of tho worst oages In her history.
Sho encountered constant bad weather
mid consequently made a h)ow rum Sho
brought uln'e(y passengers, some geu.
trai cargo and 400 tons of ore.
6PANIARD AT FRISCO
Having the distinction of bolus the
first craft Hying tho Spanish flag to
cuter thai port lu a long time, tho
tramp steamer Jupiter, arrhed at San
Francisco on November 21. Tho Jup
iter brought it cargo of nltrato taken
on .it-ports along tho West Coast.
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