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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 11, 1909, 2:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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'EVENING DPXmTlN, HONOLULU, T.ir.; MQNIUV, JAN. II, 1909.' '
Essay on Cats
m . i.Whin a man i"1?,.10 1?ko wis !??& "nceminc a mining stock that lie knows nothing about! he" ayj, "Another Wild Cat " A man wadintr
AJJ?.:! 1 P"". "Another Dear WHd"Cat I know that all wild cVlt" piSoittton tor 5
uu.u .... .fw" uijr luupvMiiuu in uuii enuciu-.jn way.
one of mv advertisements
propositions are dear at any price, and I wish he
Mr Win!.-! ?ou ?f!?f you are dead, owns a handsome eat of the Thomas variety, possessing marked intelligence.
--.. .. ...... v.uv unu iuu mj ia wl; xuiiiJUY. snaKE nanni." ann Ttmrnv ut rrvnvPiv tint nut hi- Ham li .ku. rri..:. um -ti
Stock today?" and Tommv will uv "M.e.o.w . which i w.m,' vl. ' a7 iJf.TVSLt-" l"." ""","?"?- i ,ou .7'' lon"r ?"" l
rivlnir It a mrtlM. f "i..r-'- i i -'-".' "T! . ', "Sr"' . v" '. ."", ""uw J"". """ oooui raaynower as uie man who calls it a "
.ins. aui iUAijciiUWiitt- BiUUJi. iJUX IT HOW When
nolulu. Mr. Williams, riding hy in his automobile, was pointed out to me as a "wealthy planter."
but I like to see his business dull and quiet. Of course I would just as soon Williams would p
Do not think I am trying to Advertise his business.
You eo into
wild cat" without
I first came to Ho-
He is a good friend of mine,
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In conclusion I want you to cat-ch on to-these facU: The Mayflower Mine is in the Nevada City.Qrass Valley mining district. Nevada Co Cal This district N inM in ran
of thfaMet T!1" thaU any 'Wl'V??1 ln to r"- " is so richly mineralized that the U. S. G?vefnm1n? OeolS Survey Ivbll.d sSdIWIo
tv ifimn If i U if n hW y0U ft c?ny of the FoV. P my office,- The Myflow Rroand has eight quartz veins. In addition it has a rkh gravel channel. It ha a modern twen
oSSSEkfak JiSTJi "J? WJtr pTr' !ti,ha,1 tW0 mi ! 1f unienj'onl development. The North Star i, down a mile. We need monev to go down to Ser depths.
Ourutock is a good buy at 25 cents per share. Don't procrastinate. Take on n block today. Don't wait till by and by. BUY ''MAYFLOWER" STOCK" BUY IT NOW!
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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 Prospeotus
Buy It Now
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AMERICANS TO RESCUE!
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MUSSINA, Jan. 10. American Bnlloin nro at work cxcavntlnR In tlio ruins
of tlio American consulatu hero to recover tho Iiodlcu ot Consul Cheney
mu! his family, who wero killed in the Kieat earthquake.
Bovcral living persons weru rescnoil from tho ruins In different parts of
the city yesterday. The hody of tho wife of the llrltlsh consul has uecn
PRESIDENT ELIOT OF HARVARD
AND MAN WHO MAY SUCCEED HIM
POPE AND ARCHBISHOP IRELAND CONFER
nOME, Jan. 10. Tho Popo recelvod Archbishop Ireland In audlenco to
day ami through him has sent his Aimstolle blessing upon the jK-opIo of
OREGON LEGISLTURE CONVENES '"
SALEM, Oregon, Jan. 10. Tho Oregon Btuto U'glslaturo convenes today.
"'A bitter fight over tho election of a United States Scmitor Is expected.
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" FLAGBHIP CONNECTICUT AT NAPLES
NAPI.E8, Jan. 10. Tho battlesblp Connecticut arrived hero today. Tho
Kansas, Minnesota and Vermont have proceeded to Vlllcfrnncho.
TWENTY-FIVE MINERS KILLED
DUQUOIN, Illinois, Jah. 10. Twcntyf.vo miners wero killed hero today
ob the result of a gas explosion In tho Leltors' mine.
. , SUPPLIES FROM AMERICAN SHIPS
nEOOIO. Jan. 10. Thd rellof ships Ilayorno and Cnlgoa havo nrrlvcd
with Kiippllcs. -
ANCIENT CHURCH COLLAPSED.
, nERNE, Switzerland, Jan. 10. An ancient church in thU city col
lapsed today whllo religious services wero being held in It. Tho ruins
caught llronnd many of gtho worshippers wero burned to death. Forty
dead bodies havo been recovered and sixty of tho wounded 'havo so far
uecn rescued. ,
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BLIZZARD SWEEPS NORTHWEST. ' - ""
SEATTLE. Jan. 9. Thoro has been n hull hero of nlno Inches of snow.
11UTTE. Montuna, Jan. 9. Idaho Is In tho grip of aSllzzard and tralllc
CALL ON NATI0NA LBANKS.
WASHINOTON, January 9. Tho Secietary of the Treasury has called
upon tho national hanks for 12,500,000 of their govormnont deposits.
CANARY ISLANDE EARTHQUAKED.
LAS I'ALMAS, Canary Islands, Jan. 9. Severe- shocks of carthquako havo
occurred hero and many buildings nro damaged.
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,.' , . TURKEY'S AMBASSADOR ARRIVES. i . .
AYASHINOTON,' Jan. 9. llucsscln Kazlmliey, tho now Turkish Ambas-
uacior, lias nrriveii,
If James J. Storrow, who, according to report, has been selected lo
succeed President Eliot of Harvurd, hus been decided upon' by tho
oversoers of the University,. It Is taken to mean that a nidlc.il
change will follow In Harvard athletics. Mr. Storrow nt collego was
uueuthuslai.tlc athlete, and sports have no firmer supporter among
tho nluinul than tho lloslon banker and lawyer, who was 'the cap
' lain of a varsity crew. From 1870 until graduated In 1883 Mr.
Stonow held tho record aa Harvard's strong man. 'President Eliot's
resignation takes effect next spring.
8AKUA TO PUGET SOUND.
The first of tho Japancso volunteer
fleet, the Sakua Mam, which took part
In tho leceut naval rovlow at Kobe, In
which 110 warships wuro engaged, will
possibly go to Puget Sound next sum
mer In tho new steamship scrvico to
bo established by the Qsaka Shosen
Kalsha In connection with tho Chicago,
Mllwaukca and St. Paul Hallway, Tho
Sakua Maru was built by thd-Japan-
eso Volunteer Association, to bo used
us n merchant steamer in peace and
as an auxiliary cruiser In war. She
will bo tho fusti'Bt of tho truus-Paclflc
liners, Having a mean speed of twenty
one knots, and can develop twenty-four
The stixpner Marshfleld, O, Delmast,
master! tlio schooner Edward 11. West,
H.. Smith, master, and tho steamer Ex
pansion, C. S. Jucobson. mnsler. wero
enrolled nt tho Sifn Francisco Custom
house on December 9. .
GJOA 18 ACCEPTED.
A resolution was passed by tho
fiolden Gate Park Commissioners, at
Bun Fjrancisco, on Dec. 8, accepting
tho offer which has been made by the
Scandinavian people of San Francisco
of the sloop ajou, In whlchtho North
west PaBshgo was niiido by Captain
Amiinrsen. The donation Is made of
tho ship, and It will bo necessary for
the Commission to hnvo It transport
cd by land to whatever sfto on the
bench or In tho Park Is decided upon
us n sultnblo location for the historic
craft. Tho ballast of tho ship con
sists of material takon from tho Mag
netic North Pole.
FALLS OF HALLADALE SOLD.
A dispatch from Melbourne, Austra
lia, reports That tho Urltlsh ship Falls
of Hulladulo, previously reported
tshoru near that place, Is lii n danger
ous position and has been, sold for
19M,1 I .
Tho following changes ot masters
were recorded at the San Francisco
custom house on Dec. 12: Steamer
San Joaquin No. 4, John H. Lowryj
vice William Hunter; schooncrEtriei
Zane, P. O. Peterson, -vlccr Oscar
erg, reported from 'Honolulu. Tho
following changes ofvmasters were re.
corded at the San Francisco custom
house on December 11: Steamer Sea
Hover, T. Tonncsuon, vlco E. A. Sand-strom.
WILL WITHDRAW 8HIP8.
llccause of tho cattle embargo nt
Philadelphia, Pa., tho American, line
has decided to withdraw tho Haver
ford and .Merlon and havo tnom sail
irom roruanii, y.o., in qitcenntown
mid Liverpool. , .
Tho Pacific Mall liner Korrn. nt
San Francisco on Dec. 11, brought
the largest number of Chinese ever
brought to that port by any one
steamer. They numbered 414 for
n Francisco and thirty In transit.
Of those for San Francisco 108 rnnin
as the sons of natives of tho United
States and 110 as sons of merchunts.
Statistics of the Immigration Depart
ment show that 1100 more Chinese
have already come into the United
States this year than with lnmlml
there In tho entlro previous year.
KEEP COOKIES IN STONE JAR.
Broad, cako or cookies will minln
their moisture, and kcop much better
ir placed in a stono Jar than in the
regulation galvanized tin box.
MAIL VIA TAHITI.
Under authorization of the Postof
flce IMui tintnt. mall for New Zeal'-
and uud Australia will henceforth bo
forwarded by way of. Tahiti as well ns
direct. This will place the Oceanic
Steamship Company in the mail con
tract business again, and the steamer
Mariposa, wlilch sails from San Fran
cisco every thirty-Six days, will con
nect with tho Union Steamship Com
pany's vessels at Papeete, Tahiti, and
mall thus fnrwnrili.il will l.n ilAllwn.uli
at Wellington, N'ew Zealand, In iwen-
ly-llve days from tho time of Its dis
patch from San Francisco. This Is a
wiving of time over the other line of
Dlank bonks of nil unrin tmii.
etc., manufactured by tho llulletln
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tie Knows! He
used the best German
beers since he was a
Boy? and he knows
when he has found
one that is soft and
mild and pleasant to
" the taste and in the absence of ''after
German beers are very like oiar
own PRIMO BEER in their full, rich
flavor and sparkling life, without the
'bitter" taste found in so many Ameri
Drink Prim'o Beer for Health
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