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, ...EVENINO-DULhETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, JAN. 1C1909.
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HE MAYFIiOWER QUARTZ &' CHANNEL MININ& COMPANY proposition today,
telling you is cither true or it isn't. "Ejther Facts or Fairy Talcs- J say that they are F,
What' 1 have been
FACTS, and I have
the proofs in my office -Maps, U.S. Geological Reports, Ore specimens from the different veins, and Photographs
.of the Mine and our twenty stamp Mij). Then talk with Honolulu men who have yisited the property who will
tell you that all you sec in the Photographs is there and more. You owe it to yourself to Investigate this propo
sition from top to bottom., tp,look it though and through.
Supposing you let thia Oppoitonlfor go by. When "MAYIXOWER" gs to $1.00 bid and sellers as soiree ns hens teeth, you will advise your friends that you could have
bought it at 25 Cents and mad a i3'c on''it. You've probably resiled, the same yarn about "Engels Co pcr." You did not accumulate tint when going at a quarter per. Take
my advice and don't slip up on tfiii 'chanfe. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT H0WI It's an inv:stmcnt, not a speculation. Mayfbwcr is a sure popproposition. Both
the little fellow and the big fellow can make money on this deal. They get proportionate profits. Hurry u? and connect with a block of this st ck. The "MAYFLOWER" has no
gamble frills on it. It's no dream, or rainbow painting. It's no craiy prospecting scheme, where you stick your money into the ground, and jrt nothing but a hole to look at. It's
exactly what it purports to be a real gold mine. Investigate, look intoUt. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK BUY IT NOW.
No product in the world compares withhold, in steadiness of demand and evenness of price. Silver, Conper, Iron, Zinc, Lead, and oth:r metals go up and down. The
products of Factory and Farm fluctuate with the seasons. But Gold Bullion commands one price the wor'.d over. Oood times, hard times, all times the world takes all that is
offered, at the high market price. We'ye a large bullion crop awaitin? further development, and thdsUrt'ng up of our Mill. Dividends will t'icn be in order. Do you want any
of them made out to your order! If so, favor me with an early call, or a billet:doux with check enclosed. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
M IVAN DOW,
v. cs; w.Fisonl Aoprit. M?a.xrflrwT Miriip,
George M.skaw, V ' ' office: t
Agent, Hib, Hawaii 'Suite 51 & 52 Alexander Young Bid
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Call, Write or Phone for a Prospeottis
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Buy It Now
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MRS. FRANCIS GAY'S LUNCHEON
(Speclnl to llio Hullo tin)
Wnlmen, Kauai, Jan. 8. On Thurs
lay, tlio "tli. on tlio road lending In
towards Kekupun, canio carrlago after
carriage, with nn occasional nutomo
mllo on nml on, to kind of prnvo, that
tlio Wultuea district was not behind In
civilization, for Mrs. Francis Qay gave
that day a luncheon In honor of Mrs.
. Tliu road takes ono alone tho hill
Hide, over n little bridge, and licforo
j on lies n beautiful stretch of lawn,
with tho On) a' homu In tho back'
ground. Tlio garden Is beautiful; you
i.cu InBtnntly that whoover planned the
vork has nn artistic mind, for thccol
ore blend well toROther without being
grotesque. I'mra tho side of tho house,
u long verandah tnkes you to tho mo
squito room, mid from there jou como
tc li smalt slttlnRroom, that separates
tho drawlngroom and dinlngroom.
Deforo tho luncheon bell rlnKB jou
liavo nmplo tlmo to ndmlro nil tho
beautiful paintings nnd curiosities, for
they would furnish )ou with entertain
ment for many n day, Thero are beau
tiful palntluRS from Italy, Moxlco and
not least of nil, scenes from the beau
tiful valley of Wnlmen. Mr, Wicks
was duly appreciated by Mr. nnd Mrs.
flay for they hao niaiiy of bis best
Hut tho bell rliiRH, nnd with tho oth
ers jou find jour placo nt tho looly
table, ret for eighteen. Itogonlas In
big vases nnd In small ones adorn 'Iho
table. Each guest has n pretty Japan
cso card with h6r name. Tho lunch
con Is delicious nnd dainty. In tho it
ternoon both Mrs. Qay and Miss Els
ton sanR. ,
It Is not nlways tho grand pieces
that loavo tho RroatOBt Impression, but
often n simpler piece, rendered by;,a
tnio love of music, where oach notojt
heard clearly and distinctly, whe'ro tho
performer has lived herself Into tba
music with her wholo soul, whore 'It
becomes part of herself. Thon the
music becomes a reverie. Mrs. Gay
In n truo lovor of music, nnd more than
over camo it forth In tho marvellous
way sho sang "Synne'vo's Song." Tho
words nro by tho great Norwegian
author UJorusou, but tho music by
You woro taken back to tho Norweg
ian mountains. The latter Is behind
jou but out on the hill Synnco sits
with tho sorrow of Thorbjoru'a Blck
ness and all that bats gono before It,
way down Iq her heart. Sho humB it
boftly to herself am then conies tho
song with its hopes and longings. No
Norwegian could have sung it bettor.
It was a treat ono that is worth re
membering. Fifth Cavalry Officers.
Commissioner officers and families
of tho Kifth Cnvnlry nrrlvlng In tho
Thomas were: Col. Walter S. Schuy
ler, commanding; Lieut. Col. O, K.
Hunter, wlfo and son; Capialns J. M.
Jenkins, II. O, Wllllard. C. n. Day,
Wallach II. Scales. Chas. II. Ilalght, W.
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Rich as Cream, Pure in Quality, and
Flavor. It ui
"MAKES EVERYTHING TASTE GOOD"
It costs less than half as much as fresh milk, and will
keep for any time in any weather.
Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd,,
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DeKorsythjiUoutenantaM. M, Iwls,
V,r; Qulhlan arid ,wlfo,- C. D Whm
bnil.wlfe, II, M. Barton and-wlfo, D. I.
(IWgory andwjfo, J. n: Uarnard nnd
ifo, W, C.-Whoatloy. A ."ll.j Opckory,
wire afd slBtor.'I'hlllvlI.-ShorMHny a.
I,I.Qrrlsori, fwlfo anil chilli,. C-1 w
Stfinrt, ilfcand two clilldren,-C, 6.
Hoj-j, A. W..tanson, It. M, pronlnner;
Chaplain. E It. .Chaso nnd mother.
f Among tho officers for HonbjuHj and
their families "are:. Cnptaln C.YV.
JUor)loan(t'wlte, Medics,! Corps; Uout.
Vy M. McCntllim and wlfo, M.c'cllcni Ito
sorvo porpo; Mrs. J.-C. Cntncn and
child, i family of Captain Castor, Q. M,
Doptf:;Mrs. M. V. Palls, wlfo of Cap
aln'allil, Q. M U. S. A.f MrH. E. A.
eturRls, wiro of Captain Sturgls, Fifth
Cavalry; 8orgcantMaJor 'S. tt. Mid
daglt, rittli Cavalry, and tlio following,
all o'lhe fifth jCavalry! Sergeant
John Horn nnd wife. Chief Musician W.
XCftln, wlfo and-- daughter: Cliiot
Trurrlpctcr Claildlo QoldsLtiry and
wlft, Coldr Sergeant Peto Illohl. Color
Sergeant D. B. flclfoolcyj Squadron Scr
goanU H. A'. Junes nnd , h. Shear
man, Iteglmont Commissar Sergoant
V. f. Armstrong, First Sergeant M. J.
Wajsh and wife. S. D. Ilonsler, I". A.
Farmer, O. A. Davldsworth, W. AT
Wright, J. Schlckenagdr. C. A. Wood
Drummajor A. II. Uondero.
This evening tho benonT relief fund
for tho Italian su.Torcrs will bo BWollcd
It Is hoiied by a full atiendanco nt tlio,
Opera Houao. At present writing'
nearly every seat In tho causa Is tak
en, ,and tho notice- of tho vauilovlllo
program augurs woll for tho ovonliig'B
success. Mrs. McLcllan, so versatile
and clever, will present hor pupils for
their riobut, In n slnglo otto net drama
elitltlod "Ono Touch of Nature MakoB
tho Wholo World Kin." Thoso taking
part aro Miss Allco Spalding, Mr. C,
H. Dlckoy, Mr. II. rtolnocko. In tho ro
sptctlvo parts of Constance Uolmour,
Mr.,iioidor and Mr. Flotchor. Then
thorpla to bo "Arrs. Oaklcy Tolo-
phono," tho jinHs1 asslgnod lo Mrs,
Mqntroso oraham, Miss Whltford, Miss
Marlon Urccn and Miss Spunks,, all
good "nmntoiirs. Tho balcqny Bco'ne
froni'flionieo and Jtiilel" with MIb
Allco Spalding as Jutlot ahii MIsnTtay
Iloll taking tho part of Horaco, ought
to bring down tho hoiiBo, Tho beauty
of vlho dainty. Juliet Is Unnuosllonod
and. Miss Dell, too, has a sharo of good
looks and can act. Mrs. Ingnlls, Mrs.
Druco McV. Mackall, Eleanor McI.ol
Ian, Illvonburgh, Mr. Knal's popular
quartet, tho Jtoyul Kawalhau Olco
Club, Mr. VIorra and orchestra, and
Miss 8prlnkH, as n gay widow of forty,
will bo a notablo nrray of talent to help
the-affllctod Italians. Mrs. McLcllan
has been tho great motive power of the
dramatic part and Mr. Adams Is the
volunteer business manager. Mr, 3lf.
(ard has most generously given tho Op
era House and lights and Italian Con
stil Schaofor was' the 'prlmo movor Of
the wholo affair. 'Not- only has he
given his tlmo and services to the
good cftitso, but ho "has spurrod on
others, with most gratifying results.
nut It la-Just what mlcht'lm inni.,i
of the generous and kind hearted con-1
mil, ind nil his frlonds havo nobly re
sponded to his npiicnl. Tho patnui
essps aro as followH: Mrs. W. F. Frear,
Mrs. Mott Smith. Mrs. Thurston, Mrs.
3. II. Ikild, Mrs. II, F. DllllnRham, Mrs
F. A. 8chacforfMrs. Herman Ashley
hobcrlsoil, Mrs. Torstor, Mrs. (I. I'.
Wllilcr, Mrs. J, S. Hoar, of Vancouver,
It, C; Mrs. C. Jl. Cooper. Mrs. J. 8. Jlc
flrnw, Mrs. Ilrjiin pf Ilochostcr, N, Y.;
Mrs. L. Abrnms, Mrs. Augur, Mrs, II
E. Coo)or, Airs. C. W. Case DccrlnR.
Mrs. A. G. Ilawcs, Jr., Mrs. von Holt,
Mrs. Victor Collins, Mrs. C. Montumiu
Cooko. Mrs. E. I. Spalding. Mrs. I,. U
McCandless, Mrs. James Castle, Mrs
W. A. Hopper, Mrs. I-. C, Abies, Mrs.
Tcnney, Mrs. Elliabcth Church, Mrr,
II. F. Ulckerton, Mrs. Kingsbury, Mrs
A. N. Campbell, Mrs. W. U Howard,
Mrs. W. M, Oraham, Mrs. W. O. Smith
Mrs. licit, Mrs. Sprlnks. Mrs. J. J
The Morning Music Club hnd n very
Interesting session nt Old School Hall,
Piinahou, on Wednesday morning, at
which the following program was ren
Paper Current Events
Picludo and Fuguo Ilach
Arln "Ii Chin Chin Mango" ..Handel
t Mrs. Watcrhouso.
Sonata A Major, Violin nnd Piano,
Andante, Fugue, Allegretto,
Mrs. IngallB and Miss Clarke.
Songs (a) "My Mother nids Mo
Dlnil My Hair" Havdn
tb) Chopin '., Schubeit
Mrs. Frank Atherton.
Largo From Sonata No. 4..Ileethacn
Mrii, von Holt.
Andniito From First Symphony ...
Mrs. Tcnney Peck and Mrs. Westoi-
Last Sntilrday evening Mr. Wlch
man, who always entcrtaliiB so delight
fully, gavo n dinner nt tho Young hotel
at which covers woro laid for eight
Long stemmed American Doauty loset
In a hugo Jardonloro mado tho tablo n
dream of beauty and electric candles
rose shaded added to tho effect. The
guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Fredeilck
Uircy, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. M. Cooke, Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Cnstlo, Mr. und'MrB.
U. F. Dillingham. Mr. Wlclimait has
been on Hawnll this wcok.
Mrs. 8. a. Wilder, who Is such n porr
feet hostess, ontertalncd In honor of
hor nleco, Miss Lcsllo Wight, on Mon-
day night, bjf an nutomobllo party. It
was a very Jolly set of young Voople
which Mrs. "Wilder cot tocothor. nml
tho suppor with which tho evening
onaod, was much appreciated. Among
tho guests wore Misses Ella Wight,
Elea Schaofor, Lady Mucfarlano, Har
old Castle, William Walker, floorgo
Fuller, Will Itoth.
Mr. Douglas Damon was. tlio host of
n pol supper on Saturday 'night nt Ida
mountain house, Kaluoku, Moanalua
valley, In honor of Miss Leallo Wight.
It was n most delightful nftalr, and tho
Generally speaking, w h
pure there is. nothing more healthful;
the malted barley is a digested food,
the hops a tonic. Besides, the drink
ing of beer flushes the system of waste
mattei We don't drink enough
liquids, and beer induces us to take an
But, for a tropical beverage, a
beer should be BREWED to SUIT
THE TROPICS. Even the purest
beers that are brewed in colder climates
are not adapted to Honolulu.
In Honolulu, drink the beer that
is brewed in Honolulu
lido homo In tho moonlight not tho
least of tho joys of tlio evening. Miss
Wight Is being vnry lurgoly ontcn
tnlned and Is already a social favorite.
Mr. nnd Mrs, St. (lour nnd Miss St.
Qoar arrived in tho I.urllno nnd nro
Btopplng at tho Young Hotel. Mr. St,,
floor Is ,woll known and prominent In
sugar affair, being ono of the chief
ownors of the Hutchinson, Paauhau
and li, C, and S's. companies planta
Mrs, Victor Collins has been very
111 during tho past wcok and is still
confined to her rooms at tho Moann
MIkb Minor, tho daughter of tho Doc
tor, is nn exceedingly pretty girl. Tho
Minors are guestB nt tho Moann hotel.
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Rabbits, Lamb and Mutton
Tender and Juicy, from New
Zealand by the Aorangi.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
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