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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T U MONDAY, .TAN. 18, 1909. i
MILLING PLANT ON "MAYFLOWER
THIS is a photo of the
foundry, the shares of
which I am selling today at
25 Cents per. If you want to
make some sure money, some
tjuick money, some big money,
get wise and buy some stock.
Buy it before the price gets
on the quick-march forward.
Buy it to hold or buy it to
UT HURRY UP and con
ncctwith this OPPORTU.
NITY. 'You can't make
any mistake in buying "MAY
FLOWER" except the mistake
of not buying "enough. The
security back of it is the goods
in the Store the proven trea
sures of the Mine.- b"uY
"MAYFLOR" STOCK. BUY
There have been about a million dollars taken out of this property, so far, in ,an old-fashioned sort of a way under former ownership. The "MAYFLOWER" Company hap.
pencd along on bargain day, during the recent financial shyness, and purchased the whole shooting-match as a going concern Mine, milling pi ant, water-rights, everything. Now
they are going to work it with heart, soul, and pocket-book for all there s in it. And there are millions in it. The estate is literally criss-crossed with high-grade gold quartz
veins going down to an unknown depth. There is, to boot, an auriferous gravel channel which has not yet been touched. It is the richest-looking patch of ground in the Nevada
City gold belt. There are 100,000 Shares and no more for sale at 25 Cents. , u w
Then the curtain raises on the advanced price.
FLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
Oct in your older today. First come, first served. Collar all you can carry. Get busy and nail your share. BUY "MAY.
MTX7" A TVT TIOXU Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
XV JHLJLH JLFVJ W 9 Office, Suite 51 & 52 Alexander Young Bid
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, liilo, Hawaii Phone 499 Call, Write or Phone for a Prospectus
Buy It Now
QUEEN IS HOPEFUL
W SHI'OTON, D C. .Ian. 17 Hx-Qucon Lllluokalunl, In an In
terview here today, stated that she believed that Congress would rccog
nlze her rights and grant tlio pamtnt or tho claim alio has against tho
United States for u quarter of u million dollais.
HOMES FOR DISTRESSED
NEW YORK, N Y, Jan. 17 Tho steamer Ea cleared for Messina
tcda, taking as cargo tho material for fle hundred hont.es. purchased out
of the Congressional relief appropriation funds. The materials for 2G00
more houses have licen ordered and will be shipped as soon us pi ocurcd.
WILL BUILD 3000 HOUSES
WASHINGTON, D C, Jan. 10 Three thousand suli3lantl.il houses
will ho built us a part of the Congressional relief work lor the Blclllun
CHEER OUR HEN AT NAPLES
NAPLES, Ital), Jan. 17. Tho c lews of the United Stales battleship
Connecticut and rtie supply ship Cu Igoa were funded here today. The
sailors wcro cheered by the musses 'g athered to welcome them ashore.
MASS IN MID ST OF RUIN
IIEOOIO, Sicily, Jnn 17. The first mass since the great disaster
was celebrated In a public park h fcre today. Crowds of people attend
CORRESPONDENTS BEFORE GRAND JURY
WASHINGTON, D C , Jan 1G. The Washington correspondents of
tho New York World, tho New Yor k Sun, and the Jndlanapolls News
hao been cited to appear before the Pederal Orand lury, presumably In
icnnectlon with the contemplated libel proceedings to be brought against
Joseph Pulitzer, proprietor of tho World, as threatened by tho President.
Tho alleged libel on tho part o f the World and News and Incident
ally the Sun, was In publishing stnt ements to the effect thut the pur
chase of tho Panama Canal rights fr om tho IVonch holders of tho bonds
b the Government was made tho o pportunlty for graft.
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CHOLERA AGAIN IN ST. PETERSBURG
ST. Pi:Ti:nsHURG, Uussla, Jan. 17 rifty-nlno cases of cholera
were reported within tho twenty-four hours of today, and tho number
of reported deaths were twenty-one.
SEELEY PROBABLY MURDERER
SEATTLE, Wash , Jan. 17. W. L. Seeley, formerly National Hank
Examiner of Illinois and his wife ami daughter wore found, dead Inthclr
rooms, hero todaj It Is bcllovcd that Seeley llrst killed his wife und
daughter mid then committed sulcldo.
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WANT $135,002,888. FOR NAVY
WASHINGTON, I) C Jan 1C The House Committee on Naval
Affairs has reported that J 135,002, 888. will bo needed to maintain tho
Navy durIns"tho llscnl year.
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SCHOONER SWALLOW, WRECKED
, NEW YORK", N. V., Jan 17 'Hie schooner Swallow has beon
i,w wrecked on Long isinnu. aw oi mo crew weio urowncu.
ALL WENT DOWN
tl CUXIIAVEN, Jan. 17. Tho stoamei I'ldra lint been wrecked off tho
coast here and the members of the cruw hao polished
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SERVIA'S C ABINET OUT
' DCI.aUADi:, Scrvla, Jnn. 10. The Scivlnn Cabinet has resigned. I
KUKUI SOON TO ARRIVE
SAN DIEGO, Calif., Jnn. 17 Tbe lightship fleet. Trotn Now York,
nrrhed hero today. It is be lined tnal one of tho vessels Is to be assigned
for duty in Hawaiian waters
The llghtliouso tender Kul.ul, built for Hawaii, Is In this diet.
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SOCIALIST RIOT IS DEADLY
DRESDEN, Germany, Jnn. 17 Ouu bundled persons wcro lujuicd
here today as the result of a socialistic riot, 111' which the police Inter
fered mid suppressed It
CONGRESSMEN TO NAME .MRS. LONGWORTH NARROWLY
THE CENSUS TAKERS. ESCAPED HORSES HOOFS,
Washington, Dec 13 Tlio appoint
nient of clerks and other omplojos
needed for work on tlio )3th national
census w 111 lie by congressional patron
age, 8B In tho case of taking piovious
Senator Long, chatrm in of tho com
mlttce on census, Saturdu) reported to
tlio Senate tlio House bill piotldlug
for noncompetitive examinations to bo
held throughout tho count rj by means
of tho Chll Scrvlco machinery but
based on a form of examination to bu
based on recnnimcudatliiiiH of Dlrictor
North of the census, and conllncd to
persons designated by Scniitois and
llcprescntntlvcs. Mcmbcis of the Civil
Senlco Commission contended for the
use of those classified lists, bugt tho
Senate committee mi tho Census In
Its report followed the lines laid down
by the bill passed by the House. There
aro about 3500 places to bo filled, and
tho bill will prcscrlbo that preference
shall lio glon to persons wlio partlc
Ipated in previous censuses. The post
tlons will continue about three jears
It Is expected that tlio bill will be
taken up Immediately nftor the holiday
recess. Ihe Senate committee adopt'
ed a new section providing for tho pur-
chaBO for tho property now used as
nuarters for tlio census bureau and of
an abandoned school building adjoin
ing, at a limit cost or i 130,000. Pro
vision Is mado nlFo for tho construe
tion of now buildings not to exceed
$250,000 In cost.
Washington, Dec 29 .Mrs. Allco
Roosevelt I.ougworlh, whllo ciosslng
i: street on her way to tho National
thentro today narrow 1 escaped being
inn down by n two hoi no brougham
Hud It lint been for tlio presence of
inliid und braver) of Police Seigeuut
John Calls, Mrs. Uuigwoitli might
l,a6 been crushed under the horses'
t So quickly did Cutis step between
Mrs. Uiugwortli and tho horBcs, that
she hud rushed to safety be-foiu any
one but her rescuer and ouo other man
had seen bur. Tho latter n cognized
Mrs. Lonworlh and went Immediate
ly to the box ofllce nnd repotted the
occurrence. As ho entered the tho
ntie iie saw Representative Iougoith
standing In the lobby. Ho told him or
tho epUoile, mill Longworth wont out
sldo nnd eliiiok bands with Sergeant
"I want )ou In know my nppiecla
tlou for nur action," said Longnorlh
CONTROL CATTLE DISEASE.
Washington, Dec. 31. "I bellovo
wo'vo about got the foot and mouth
disease coralled," declared Sccictar)
of Agriculture Wilson todu "No
now outbicaks huvo been found slnco
that which occurred In Snder county,
Pu, Decembor 18th. I want to em
lhaslzo, however, that wo uio letting
up In our Investigations .veiy blowlj,
because If wo did not foielgu countries
might quaiantlno ngalnst the whole
United Slates, as they nio siiHpecIous
of gottlug the Infection."
Tho dcpurtnieut has hud a force of
300 men engaged In eradicating the
disease the cost of which, It Is esti
mated, will be $300,000.
Tho total number of nnlmals
tlaughtorod was 3G05, aled at JSS.2CS,
of' which tbttjGot eminent will pij two
thiids'and tile States ulfvcteil one-
ANCIENT AMERICAN RUINS.
Now York, Dec. 19 Ily the expend
iture of no less than $18,000,000,
James J Hill has at last secured Ids
long cot etoil lino from tho Pacific
Northwest to tho Gulf of Mexico, which
Is also tho bhoittst lino from the
Ilockj mountains to tldownter. It wns
formallj uiiuouuced hero today that
tho Culoiado nnd Southern Hallway
Company had passed to a Hill sstem
of loads und would hereafter bo oper
ated as a part or tlio llurllngton and
Northern Pnclflc roads
Tho new outlet, which now becomes
Hills wits mado possible by n iceeut
completion by the Itock Island road or
the Trinity and Drains Valley Hall-
l onl which extends fiom Port Woilh
to Gaheston. Tho Colorado und South
ein und the Itock Iblnnd are paitnerb
In this deal, each owning half the
road s securities.
This comblnutlon completed tho Col
otnclo and Southern's outlet In th
Gulf ut Galveston gno It the use of
the itock Island's whunes In that city
rod gatu the Uoek Island uu outlet to
the Gulf from Foit Worth, In ennneo
tloiitlon with tho 1'oit Woilh niul Den
ver Cltj load, which Is controlled by
the Colorado and Southern by stock
owneishlp Tho acquisition of the now
louie eoniiIctes tho chain of Hill loads
Mil (u I'avNoilhwost to Giihostnn.
Uio dlslfa' of tho Panama, canal, nc-
Generally speaking, when
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
matter. 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. j
'In Honolulu, "drink the beer that
is brewed in Honolulu
cording to Hill, will hnvu tho most Im
portant erfeit upon the transcontinent
al tralllc Kast auj West.
Japan Is Infested with ruts. Jannn-
eso cits, which are not prolific, uio
p.imneied to un oxtinordlnary degree.
Dining the lust few dujs a ship has
left one of the principal florman
ports with fiOOO cats on lmnril. Thnso
on in rival, aro to bo settled In tho
nlIolls mailtlme townB of the Mika
do's dominions, und tho present con
signment of cuts Is to bo followed by
loui ouiers, each of 5000.
A special blrd's-eve lnnn or rrancn
Is being prepnicd for nlr navigators.
and an aluulp compass Is being
sought. The otdlnnrv,. eoniinss Is
made n.'t luss hv tlio.nrrui t m ii'r.r in,.
uhUi motor,, ,, , ,
This Deparbneut in our establishment is suppled with
the same lines of goods you get in similar places on the
mainland. We make a Specialty of IMPORTED AND DO
MESTIC CHEESE, SALT AND FRESH CHESSE, PICKLES,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
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