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EVEiNINO .BUtLBTlN, HONOfcULP, T. If., rRIDAY, JAN. 8, 1909.
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.Mayflower - ;. n- ;'- -p. K :$ -"'r ' '' '-'-: Mayflower
nThe Wheat' the Chaff
ABE PRETTY WELL MIXED in this world and it's the ability which a man attains, in distinguishinu the ono' from the other that counts him in or out on the Bamc of sue
cess. In a word, shrewdness. Any man is bound to become rich who can pick" the winner every time and shake the loser at'a pnfit. Puunenc and Kihei. 'ind what
is shrewdness? Merely a capacity for careful examination and prompt action. Seine ure you're right, then goinp ahead. Investigating a proposition, weighing its
merits, calculating its chances of success, looking at it every which way, and grasping it promptly if it wears the wfnninglfront. The way to roll it up is to get in on a'
.pood thing, early in the game, when the price is low. The biggest money is always made on.judgment and foresight, and not on demonstrated facts. By the time the facts are dem
onstrated, there's a big premium on the stock to pay. "Rapid Transit," if you're wise, Find a good one, but be good and sure i& good, then invcst.quickly. The "Mayflower" '
is what you're looking for. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. It will put you; in the prosperity rank, in record tiite if you buy it today at 25 Cents. The "May.''
flower" is clean wheat, No. 1, and hand-picked. It will stand examination under the microscope. It cannot be beat in the realm 'of safe and p:rmanent investment, 'it's a basket
where you can put all your eggs and never get one chipped. Call or write for our prospectus. The "Mayflower' is more of an,' industrial enterprise than .a mining proposition
The Mill is in place, and the ore proven in the ground. It's simply a case of going ahead and.earning so much money per ton 'milled. In short, it's just a continuous gold-grind.
ing proposition. And the ore polarizes pretty high. Are you on for some stock! Better move up to a bunch while it's going, at 25 Cents. The wise ones arc getting 'in' Join
the chorus. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW! . . . . Ji . i i ,
M. IVAN DOW,
Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
George M. Shaw,
Agent, Hilo, Hawaii
Suite) 51 & 52 Alexander Young Bid
Call, Write 'or Phone for a Prospectus
- PHONE 499
"MRS. WIGOS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH"
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TIIE WEDDING CEREMONY IN "MRS. WIOGS OF THE CABBAGE
More tliuu imo ailmlrer of "Mra . Thoso nro tlio roil uvuiilo of tlio
AVIbsh" has wondorcil how It could liojwliolo pIclo mid tlio iiltumatu fun, and
ijosalblo fur hoi to bo as IntrrcstliiK on
tlio Btauo as sho Is In brink form. Thoso
foitunuto enough tu bo at tlio 0om
IIoiiso liiat oenliig saw unit under
Mood how Jlrs. WIkbh of the book nmy
becomo lllumlintod and boautlflod
when brought to life by such an artist
ns Ada Dwjer mid her oiy ovcellcnt
Piiliport ttho essay "Mrs WIkks of tho
Cubabgo Patch "
Tho Opera House was teiy well
filled with an tudlonco that was pro'
orblally chilly nt tho outhtt and
warmed and enthused h tho piece iii
cecdod. Tho Mrs. Wlsgs of Ada l)w
cr Is masnincciil. It Is ns If sho uton
pert, fiom the book. Her Intcipicla
Hon, every lino and oery action, rop
resent n degreo of perfect art that Ip
Boldom scon In ilonolulu. Mra. WIbbs
of tho staRQ as well us Sirs. Wigs
of tho bonk Is a liberal education In
finding tho bright 'nldo of llfo when
clouds seem tho darkest,
Tho tamo mcanuio of perfection h
found In Helen Lowell's "Miss Hazy."
Helen Itajiuond's "Mrs. nirlinui," Ous.
lino ArinstiniiK'n "Mih Rdnilt," Lot
Ho Alter'g "Uiey Mnrj" and John r,
.Wclibci'a "Mr. Stubblus."
pathos which they Interpret with tho
tnpldlty of tenl llfo convulse tho audi
enco with laughter soon to bo tern
poied with tears.
Tho tccucry and all tho details of
tlio staging and costuming sot a high
Btandnrd and cntuplcto tho splendid
letting of tho pin), Tho support Is
Tho pleco will bo repelled this even
ing and theu is no doubt that tho
house will bo II I led, as It Is seldom
that a company or such a high Bland
nn! of nrt Is soeu In this city.
JW BULLETIN AD9 PAY '
All hnldorB of I'ollco Commissions,
Unilges, and ICojn issued under tho
Count) of O.ihu, nro hereby request
ed to leturu same to tho Onhe of tho
City ami County Hlieill'f.
( , Sheriff.
PERKINS T SENATE
SACRAMUNTO, Calif., Jan. 7. Tho Republicans of tho Legislature,
In Joint caucus, havo nolectod Rcnat'jr Perkins for reelection,
LOSS IS BiLHON "
ROMK, Italy, Jan. 7. Tho property damage causod by tho earth
quako Is estimated nt one billion, two hundred million dollars.
BAILROAD OFFICIALS COMING
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif , Jan. 7. CnMn, of tho Southern Pacific
Railroad, mid llaitcroft. of tho Union Pacific, both high olllclnls, will sail
for Honolulu Saturday for ft vacation.
FIRST LEARNED OF DISASTER
NBW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 7. There wcro pathetic scenes on the deck
of tho Uormnnla todny when 400 Sicilian steerage passengers learned of
the dlsnstor at home, .
NIGHTRIDERS ARE MURDERERS
UNION CITY, Tcnn., Jan. 7. 8lx nlghtrldera have been found Guil
ty of murder In tho first degree am! two In the scconil.
ALLEGED NIGHT RIDERS, SIX OF . WHOM
Buy It Now I
FACE' TRIAL FOR RANKIN TRAGEDY
1300 IN ONE GRAVE
1 MESSINA, Sicily. Jan. 7. Relief work Is continuing.
dred bodlos were burled today In ono grave.
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COLUMBIA JAMMED WITH ICE
PORTLAND, Oro., Jan. 7, Tho Columbia river Is Jammed with Ice,
and navigation above Astoria Is auspcmlod.
' PALM I, Jan.
Ing general panic.
EARTHQUAKES AT FALMI
7. Sevoro shocks of carthquako occurred today, caus-
Henry Watcrhousc Trust Go.,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, 1008.
Catdi on- hand and In
bank t C7.96S.03
Stocks and other Invest
ments ,,. 22,760.47
Mortgages secured by
Loans demand and tlmo
Purnlturo and fixtures. .
Accrued Interest receivable
60pald In ' $100,000.00
Other assets 1C, 163.52
Trust and ag
o n c y ac
Secral men chnr(je;l with tho murder of Captain Qurntln Rankin, n ip-omlncut Tennessro cltlren, nenr Reofoot
lako havo hrcn convicted of murder at Union City, Twin.. Six of tlto secu men In tho nLCom
pan) Ing plcliires nro charged with liming akenjiart In tho ltnnkln murder, which occurred on tho night 'of
Octobor 10, Tho iitisonors nro lop row, loft to right Dob llurtiniu, Hob Leo nnd Sam Applowhlto: lo'wcr
row, loft to right K. Cloar, Tom JnluiBon Garret Johnson nnd Sam HaV'ui,. lillcgod leader of thoNlght
Riders. Tom Johnson, whllo not accused of any part In tho Rankin murder, Is chnrgod with whlplliiBM
n man whllu masked, Under tho TcnncsBco law thin Is it ery Berloijs gffeiiBo w Captain Rnukln, tho victim
of tho Iteclfoot lako Night Riders, was a ctoran of llio war with Spain and was ono of tho best Vunwii nnd
most highly resected men In tbo.Stntn
Territory of Hawaii, County of Otihu.
I, A. N. Campbell, Treasurer or tho Henry Waterhouss Trust Co.,
Ltd., do solemnly swear that 'tho above statement Is trua to the best of
my knowledge and belief, ,
' " A. N. CAMPDKLL, Treasurer.
Subscribed and Hworn lo bpfiiro mo this 31st day of December, 1908,
( v , ' .. i . 1 Notary Public, Hrst Judicial Circuit.
TEN VICTIMS OF
'Tho Orcat Wlilfo Plaguo" still
claims more than Its quota of victims
In this city. During tlio past tun dn)fi
ten pcopln hnvo died from tho dread
dlseaso. Tho following roport tolls tho
M. P. Robinson, Hq , president, Terri
torial Hoard of Health, Honolulu.
Sir: I havo tho honor to report tho
numbor of deaths which havo occurred
In this city from tho following rou
taglous dlseaso during tho fifteen dns
ended December 31st, 1908: Tuber
(Signed) I). P LAVlti:NCL
Reglstrnr Clciioral, Vital Statistics.
1912 COMMinEE '
JanicK V. Morgan, proBldcnt of Hie
Chamber of Commorco, and the ono
authorizod to appoint committees nnd
go ahead with tho preliminary iirrnngo
mentH for tho rejcbratlon of Pearl Har
bor's opening In 1912, jcBlcnlay nnlnod
his couimltteo and eomiiieijrcd nctui)
work on tho celebration prollnilnurlcs,
Tho names nunnmiced b lilm niu
James T Morgan, chairman; V. K,
llrown, W r Dilllnghnni, Ocorgo R.
Carter and II P Wood.
This fnmmlfteo wllliroceod without
delay In mapping; out n tontntlvo pro
gram lo work to and decldo upon tho
tcopo of tho colouration to bo attempted
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Bulletin Business OfBce Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
FOR HEALTH BOARD
An nutnmnbllu nmliiilauco In Ihu lat
ist lnnoviilliiit plamu-d By Ihu IJiuid
of Ilciillh. Tri Iih list uf nsimidles ro.
tlio coming year Ih one for n liorsi-
Jess ambulance to ro-i Jjood It li
Maieu mat tioVfi-i me In tno long run
nvnnn.lun '..! ..... 11..1.1 . -.. .. l..
w.rvH.irv.niiu nil: ii.ii'ii. inn 111111
h!)le hnrroB bi-tniiKlng to thp hvrvlru
hh'o died during Hie iast jear'
Two chauffeurs v III bo nnplojcil,,
quo to be on night and tho other on
day dnj) The) will oaih bo paid tho
cum of Jfj'i per month. lor running
expenses of tho midline, tho Leglsla-'
luro will he asked for tho sum of $7990
fin tho jieiiod i i
. M-i ri Ah '
n(r"For Sate" cards at Oulletln?