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EVRNINO ntJM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, .IAN. 19. 1909
MILLING PLANT ON "MAYFLOWER" MINE
Lelahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Pacific Flnt Dearee.
Honolulu Chapter Iratallatlon
of Offlceri, 7:30 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Dearee.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 7.
Meets evety Monday evening at
$7:30 In I. 0. O. ' Hall, Fort Street.
3 E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
DEN. K. VICKEHB, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, N6. 1, K. of P.
3 Meets every first and third Frl
day evontne at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
Joorner Fcrt and Uoretania. Vliltluc
"brothers cordially Invited to attend.
J A. a. DEERINO, CO..
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
if Honolulu Lodge No. 816, D. P. 0.
i:E., will meet In their hall on King
Jnear Fort Street every Friday even-
S Ily order of the B. It.:
HENRY 0. EASTON,
J , Secrotary.
jf WM. II. McINEUNY, E. n.
IjWm. M'KLNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
f', Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlns at 7:30 o'clock In K. of p.
IHall, cor. Fort and Uoretania, Visit
flng brothers cordially Invited to at
mtend. 2 r. wr.. KIIAZEE. C.C..
3 E. A. JACODSQN, K.It.8.
If HONOLULU AEHLB 140, F. 0. E.
f X Meeu on tho 2nd and 4th WEU-
liuKsnAY nvenlnas of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
SDeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
Pf W. L. FRAZKB, W., Prest.
v II. T. MOORE, Secy.
THIS is photo of, the
foundry, the shares of
which I am telling today at
23 Cents per. If yon want to
make some sure money, tome
quick money, some big money,
pet wise and bny some stock.
Buy it before the price gets
on the quick-march forward.
Buy it to hold or buy it to
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.
pened along on bargain day, during the recent financial shyness, and purchased the whole shooting-match aj a going concern Mine, milling plint, 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 auriferons 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. t. j
Then the curtain raises on the
FLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT N0W1
MT"Vr A TTT TkrYIIT Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
AY XlbJLH MJXJ WW 9 Office, Suito 51 & 52 Alexander Young Bid
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, Hilo, Hawaii . . Phone 499 Call, Write or Phone for a Prospectus
HAWAUAN IRIBEKo. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meets every first and third Thura
lar ot tnch month at Knights ot
Pythias Halt. Visiting brothers cor-
llally Invited to alland.
A. D. ARLEIOH, Bacneni.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Presh
Comer King and Port Streets.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PATNTINO.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St. j r. u. box ui.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
ueaieri in ruuuimo ju.huih..
Etc., Etc. AU kinds of EOA and
MISSION FUENITUKE Made If
Purest Flavor HiRhest Qnalltj
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
J, M. LEVY & CO., LTD.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
THE FAMILY GROCERS.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
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ss3lHBKa'uKlJra3sft'SIHi5 ? AHlVx aiH
Get in your order
LOCAL AND GENERAL
IV Don't store the passe furniture
in the bam; two bits' worth of B u 1
1 e t i n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
Ten good aulohncks. Phono 6.
C. W. Uuldwln went to Maul today
on a IjusImcbu trip.
If jou are looking for any of your
friends go to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
Col. J. T linker of llll relumed to
Ills home today In tliu Miiunn Ken. Ho
will return In thrco weeks.
All tho fruit and vcgctabla slurcs In
both flBlimarketB will lio closed Thurs
day. ClilnenQ Now Your.
It. Hind of Kolmla woh unions I lie
departing liimBoiiKere In thn uleamer
Maunn Kca, whlcli led nl noon K)(Ia
Quench your thintbt Royal Annex,
llavo your tynowrlicrs nna machines
repaired at' Wall, Nichols Co., Md.,
Fort and Merchant Mroota. Tclo
pbono 16. '
E. E. CalIn nud w. ii. linncroit, tno
visiting railroad men, went to Hawaii
on tho I.urllno and will return by tho
Tho statement of affairs of tho First
American Saving & Trust Co. of Ha
waii to December 31, 1908, la iulIIhcd
In this Ihbiip.
A telegram from Maul Mils morning
toporlH that II. I', llaldnln Its making
steady recovery from IiIh operation fur
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprlnod at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Focil Co., ugents. "
Hen Fut, a promlucut Chlncso rlco
planters of Kauai will return to his
homo (IiIh nftnrnnoii. Ho will Ball In
tho Klnuu at S o'clock.
itov. 11 V. Judd mid Mra. A. H. JniM
aro booked to lenvo today In tho steam
er Mlkuhnla. They will go to Mololcal
first, returning by way of Maul.
Tho Federal Orand Jury meots UiIh
afternoon. Among tho cikch which It
will ronulilcr Ik Hint of tho JnpanoKO
agitators of tho lllghnago strlpu.
On Installments of 3 per month you
can purchase a Wlilto Family Rotaty
sowing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort St. Phono 488.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors will hold u
meeting this evening. At this meeting
tho supplemental appropriation bill
will coma up for Its final reading.
Governor Frenr was closetod tho en
fire forenoon with I. and Commissioner
Pratt discussing public land matters.
Tho Infant boh of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shall II. Webb died tit tho Maternity
Homo yenterday at 12 o'clock. Tho re
mains worn cremated In tho afternoon.
T. A. Durnlngham of K. O. Hall &
Son departed today for Maul and Ha
waii on buslncBB connected with tho
firm. He will be absent about two
Among tho passengers booked to
leavo In the Klnnu for Kauai today urn
J F. Hnckfeld undFrank Thompson.
Mr. Hackfold goes on plantation busi
ness. Oyster leaves at Royal Annex.
Dlroctor JVilcon of tho V S. Agrl
cultural Experiment Station, Ioiivch
this week for n trip to tliu Molokal
lanch, whoro plana for general farm
ing aro In process of development
Case of II. F, Slgnor, who admits
forging Millionaire Murray's name to
four big notes, will be taken up by
San Francisco Orand Jury.
today. First come, first served. Collar all you can carry. Oct busy and
CASE UP AGAIN
The matter of tho estate of tho litol
Mnrgoret V. Cartel, whlrh Ii:ih been
batted about tho courts for a number
of years, has ducked up again, HiIh
time In tho slinpo of an order to show
cause, directed against .Mrx. Jessie K.
Knno, as executrix of tho will of tho
Into Mrs. Carter and as administratrix
Tho order wns Issjicd by .ludgo Rnli
Inson yesterday on tho petition of Ed
gar IluirlquoH, the guardian of tho
eight minor children of tho deceased.
Hcnrl(iics claimed In IiIh petition that
Mrs. Knno had not compiled with tho
outer of tho Court. Issued on July 7,
1008, In which shii wiih commanded In
fllo her final accounts, both as execu
trix mid as administratrix , pendente
lite, within ten days. llenrlo.uen' pe
tition wns Huppli'meiited by an allldavlt
sworn to by M. T. Hlnionlon, Hobln
son's clerk, ( stating that MrB. Knno
had not filed tliu documenta In ques
tion, nor could any record of uny ox
tension of time granted her bo found.
Judgo lloblnson accordingly Issued
Ihn order for Mr. Knuo Id appear be
fore him January 22, at in o'clock to
hIiow cause why she has not lllcil her
final accounts nit ordered
Pur O. ft. H. Alanicidn, for Sun Krai,
clhco. Jan. 20, Mr. and Mrs, W, C.
Ilergln and child, Dr. Van Ordeu, Mlsa
C. V. (looihile. I Scrlbner, Miss
McOregor, O E. Bclinefor, I, M. Wlilto
house. C H, llolloway, R, TlbblttB and
wife, E, J, Lord, J. C. Green and fam
ily, (leo, C. Curly, -I. J. Overn. II. A
Wilson, Mr. Kaxe. C. McDoniiolt. Miss
E. Spencer, Mlsa M. E. Diiniilng, Miss
It. DavlS. x
Per stmr Mlknbala, for Molokal,
Maul and l,annt poils, Jan, 19, fl p. in
MrB. A. II Juild, Itov H. P Judd,
Per stmr Klnnu, for Kau.il, Jan, 10,
0 p. m.- Fiank Thompson, J. F Hnck
feld, Heo Put.
A Most Excellent' Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN
If you want to make your Home Sweet Home
Gurrey's for Correct Framing
The Alameda brings a new lot of well-selected
Framings and Paper-Packed Picture Glass
NOT Builders' Glass
. A good family driving horse Is for
pale. Sco nil. thlfl Issue.
A house and lot on Itobello I.nno are
for sale. Heo ad, (IiIh Issue.
Notice tliu wlilto serge tionsera In
tho windows of Tho Knsh Co., corner
of Fort and Hotel strocta They aro
all now Spring goods In solid wlilto ami
vtilpcBiit 17 and $7.50.
The homo life Ii made plensantcr
and evenings at home more atlraethe
uheu you liave an Edlsou. ato in
anil hear n few ot tho latest records ut
the Hawaiian Nona Co., I.U.
Vnleutlues comic, valenllnes senti
mental, valentines witty or Just fool
Ish; attractive Valentino novelties at
the Hawaiian Nous Co. from 2 for Sc
to 60c each. Get the first choice.
It croft's Hulas in u becoming more
Kpular cwiy day because they aro ah
jolutely pure. Try a caso of them ut
home. Piompt delivery, good service.
Phono 270. Fountain Sodii Works,
The Ou I cigar Is today the most pop
ular fltu-coiit igar In tho world.
There's a leascui for It Ask for tho
Owl uml give II a fair trial. M, A.
(1 ii list d Co.. King and Fort streets.
Congo lloollng Is u real protection
to uny roof, and not a poor makeshift,
lompoieil or p-iper with u pjjnt or oth
er coating, It never leaks. Sold by
Lowers & Cooke, Ltd., 177 H. Kilg St.
When you put off making your will
because "thero'a plenty of tliuo for
Hint," you mo forcing jour family to
lake u risk of losing tho estate. Let
tis make out your will free. Hawaiian
Trust Co., Ltd.
ON ACCOUNT of tho liicrensed
amount of work In the oltlco of Lieu
tenant Commander Moses. Captain of
too laid, the otllces hne been refitted
In order lo iiccomnioiliilo tho ofllco
staff. Captain Moses letalns IiIh pies
lit ofllco, while IiIh clerk Yeoman Ab
bey and lloatswalu Kinney aro given
desks in the tiiuuka loom across tho
hull, ,1. W Hi owster, who hint been do
ins imi" work In tho engineer's do
I'litiiieut has; been appointed clerk for
the yard, culling dliectly under Cup
tain Mores Carpenter Scliurf has nn
ollleo for lilmsejf,
THE LITTLE steamer Nounu, car.
rylug fi eight and probably oxpluslvcs,
will leavo today at 5 O'clock, Bho
goes to Kauai on tho Koolau hide.
THE STEAMER Milium Koa sailed
ai noon ioi ay for llllo v a Mnul noriM
Ilesldes tho mall blio had n good sized
list of piiBsongers for Hilo.
BUT HURRY UP and con
nccf with 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
nail your share. BUY "MAY
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Monday. January 18. 1009,
SALINA CltUZ Arrived Jan. 13:
S. S. Columbian, from Kaanapall
SALINA CItU5 Sailed Jan. IE:
S, S. Arlzonnn, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Jnn. 10:
1 p. in., S. S. China, for Hono'.ilu.
S, S. Mexican, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Jnii. 17:
S. S. Hyailcs, for Seattle.
EUREKA Arrived Jan. 10:
Sch. Ethel Kane, henco Dec. t.
SEATTLE Arrived Jnn. 18:
Transport Dlx, honcu Jan. 7.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 18:
Ilktn. Koko Head, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Snlled Jan. 17:
S. 8. W. 8, Porter, for Honolulu.
GAVIOTA Sailed Jan. 18:
Ship Falls of Clyde, henco Jnn, 4.
HILO Sailed Jan. 17:
8. 8. Texan, for Sallna Cnu.
Tuesday, Jan. 19.
TemperntureHr, n. in., CO; 8 a. in..
71; 10 a. m., 73; noon, 73; morning
Ilnrometer, 8 a. in, 30,12;' absolute
humidity, 8 a m., S.003 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
(j8 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., M.
Wind C a, m., velocity fi, direction
N, E.; 8 ii, in, velocity 2, direction N.
E.; 10 ii. m velocity S, dliectlon S.
W.j noon, velocity S, direction 8.
Rainfall durlii 21 hours ended 8 n
m .00 Inch,
Total wind movement during -I
hours ended ut noon, 111 miles.
WM, . STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Duroau.
W. C. Achl, attorney for George Kn
Iciklnl, who is charged with wife mur
der, has Mod a motion to bo allowed
to subpoena his witnesses and that the
cxpenso connected therewith bo borne
by tho Territory. Uo files an aflldavlt
showing that tho defendant Is Impe
cunious and cannot pay tliu per diem
and mileage required,
Tho allldavlt further rIiowb that the
defendant requires tho following wit.
nessea: George Keliynn Kalelklnl,
Mis. Kehcnn Kalelklnl, S, K. Kalel
klnl, Lucy Kalelklnl, Pun (w), Elena
Kalelklnl, Kealoka (k). Ikua (w), Os
car P. Cox, Solomon Mnheloiia. J, II,
Hnkiiole, Robeit Nawuhlno I), K, Ka
hnulello und Itov O. Nowohllio.
Tho homing of this motion has been
boI for Thursday at 9 a, m.
I'.itilek Itinderlrk, superintendent
of San Fianclsco stiept repair In tho
boa id of worl.s, reslgiiB bocauso of to
moial of men tluough civil service.
-MU . mwrtwl ll 1 ' '
Buy It Now
Monday, January 18.
M. N. S. S. Lurllue. Wealeii, for
llllo. 2 p. in.
Fr. so. Thiers. Quatrovaux. for byu-
ney Heads, a. in,
Tuesday, January iv.
Ktinr. Maunn Ken. Freeman, for llllo
nud way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. .Mlknbala, for Molokal nud
Maul ports, fi p. tit.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Elecle. etc., fi
Stmt. Mnul, for Paauhau, etc., 12
Stmr. Klnau, for Kauai porta, S p. m.
Stmr. Nocau, for Analiola, ets, fi p. m.
O. 8 8. Alameda, Hon dell, for San
Frauclcco, 10 a, m.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED )
Per stmr. Manna Kca, for llllo ami
way ports, Jnn. 19, 12 noon, P. Cock
ctt, J. Garcia, II, W. M. Mist, II. A.
Pratt, Dr. K. I, Rich and wlfo. C. W
Baldwin, R.. Hind, I). II. Murdock. V.
L. Tenney, Mr. Hear and family, J. F.
Woods, C Lyman, P. W. llluett, A.
Muson, F. W. Carter, I). Holmes, II. A.
Hull and wlfo, Mr Rodgera and wife,
Mrs. J, J. Corey, Mr. Lceper, Dr. liny
inoiid, E. C. Crnssett and wlfo, W, A.
I.ieber, J, F. C. Hngens, Mlsa Greeno,
Miss Krupp, Miss L. Pool, O. M, l.utli
ir and wlfo, Mrs. Eva Scholtz, Miss
Alliens, Mrs. II. T. Walker, II. 8. Leo
imd wlfo, It. It. Elgin, O. It. Richard,
son, J. F. Raker, W. It. Huldono. S.
Grant Mooro and wife, J, C, Lynch
and wlfo, K. Tsuchlyn, T, A. Dunning
ham, W. it. Haldano.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllno, Weeden, tor
Hilo, Jnn. 18. 8. 8, llnnaen and puty
(14), H. St. Hoar, Mrs. St. Gonr. Miss
St. (J oar, Miss Low, Mr, and Mrs. Tib
bolts, F. A. Kdotltz, W A. Lleber, J F
C Hngens, A, A. Douglas, i:, !;. C'llvlu,
W. H. Rancroft, V. L. Tennoy, J II.
Ciosby, C. Summer, W, G. Sloan, f II
Castlo, II. II. Alexander and wlfo, Mra.
O. II. Andrew b.
THE MIKAHALA will tukp her
usual i onto, going to Molokal, Malil and
I.aual this afternoon, Bho leaves ut 3
o'clock, On her leturn, It Is said that
sho will bilng sheep from Lnnal.
THE K1NAU will depart for Knuil
porta this afternoon nt fi o'clock. Sim
tuKoB passengers and n good load of
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Gycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'IfE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
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