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PVnN'INQ mtI.IX.TIN, HONOMtt.r, T It, FltlDAY, JAN 22. 1000.
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The Mayflower Stamps
Lelahi Chapter No. 2 Rooulir
Pacific Flnt Degree
Honolulu Chapter Irstallatlon
of Officers, 7:30 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Alt visiting members of tba
Order are coidlully Invited to
attsnd meeting ot local lodges
HARMONY LODUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
iltctl ueiy .Monday evening fit
7:30 lu I. O. O. F Hall, Fort Strost.
U. It. HKNimY, Secretary.
I. I) WICKH, N. .
All v lilting brother very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K, of P.
Meets every Brut and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot l. Hall,
comer Fcrt and lleretunla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEEIHNO, CO.,
JA8. W. WHITE. K.K.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
HonoluluJ.odKe No. C10, H. P. O.
K., will meet In their hull on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
lug. Uy order of tba B. It.:
, HBNHY.C. EASTON,
WM. II. AIcHyKRNY, E. It.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K,ofP.
Meets every 2nd and -ith Saturday
evening at 7)30 o'clock In K, ot I'.
Hull, cor. Fort and. llerctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. t V. h. rilAZEB, C.C.,
E. A JACOUSON, K.K.B
HONOLULU AEKIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovenlugs uf eucli month at
7:30 o'clock In K. nt P. Hall, corner
tleretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure Invited to nl
'tend. W. U FRAZEB, W., Prest.
l , H. T. MOOHE, Secy.
THIS Is nn upper view of our
Twenty-Stamp Mill, showing
the ore bins in the rear.
These stamps can handle 80
teriof ore per day, and allowing 300
working days in the year, this means
nn annual output of 24,000 tons per
annum. The general run of ore from
the "Mayflower" has need about
$10 per ton nnd in no place lias the
mine been worked to a depth of 800
In all the (great mines around us
values substantially increase with
depth. There is not one known ex
ception in our distric to this inflex
ible rule. The "Empire", for in
stance, lias an annual output approx
imating $1,000,000 and is now down
to the 3500-foot level, and making
preparations to go much lower. Tlie
"Idaho Maryland," a short distance
west of us, is taking out richer quattz
than ever from its lower levels to
day, and the "North Star" has just
paid a December dividend of $187,
600 (quarterly) and in addition has
added $300,000 cash to its reserve
fund. And all this from ore that has
to be taken from levels nearly a mile
do'i in the bowels of the earth.
M. IVAN DOW,
GEO. SHAW, Agent, liilo, Hawaii Phone 499
lleetu evory first and third Thuri
lays of ench month at KnlchU ot
Pythias Hull. Visiting brother cor
ilully Invltod to attend.
A. D. AKLKIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of II.
, -WA OHOMVWXWU
The best tusortnent ever
sliown in the city. STYLES
and PniOES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lehnhardt'i Candr, Freih
only at '
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Hawaiian Postal Cards
HALF A MILLION
One Hundred Different Views of the
WALE, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Imported pure bred fowls, Brown
Buff, Whit Leghorns, etc
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
- King St.; P. 0. Box 014. .
.-aiiuAii,..(Ji,,ojij Wj ,r,.at,i,iiiA.u
Don't store the nasse furniture
in the barn; two bits' worth of B u 1-
I e t i n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
Oyster loaves at Royal Annex.
1m guild unto hacks. I'nono Ct
(iou'iniir I'trar IIiIh rou'iioon re-
turned the olllrl.il cull made by Cu-
tuln IJOHtuick uf the Utiflalo.
KnlghtH of 1'ythl.iH arc rnlloil to
tut-'et tmiKirinw uftcrnoon to ttttutid tho
(tmuial of lh lulu .1. H. O'Nvll.
Lily Forsyth was mduy granted u d'
creo of dlwirco from Adiyn Forsyth on
grounds uf cruelty and nou-snpiKirt.
l.nnil CiinitnlsHloner Pratt unil Hun-
vrintcndciil of Public )Vorka Marston
Campbell will probably go tu Kauai
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
Yon will be Kurnrlsed nt Its cool Inn
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
On installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Ilotary
sowing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd ,
agents, 12CG Fort St. Phone 4SS.
Thu annual meeting of tho stock
holders of thu First National Dank
tpok place ycatctduy afternoon. The
same otnerm as xuru'd last year were
Judgment ngalnst tho defendant for
costs amounting to tfi.Gl) ban been tiled
In tbo suit of l.um Pak Clnu vs. C P
laukoa, ami uxecutlou Iiivh been lusueil
by Judge Do Dolt.
"Iking unable to kwIiii and therefor
ho was drowned In the sen" Is the ver
dict returned by it Koolaulna eoroner'x
jury In the cane of loxhltn, a Japanese
who was (liowiied at Pumiliiu on Jnnu
Jas. O'Neill, tho propiletor of the
Delmonlco lodging house, died at the1
I'alanui Imspltal this noon. t hud
been In tlei tshinds many yenrti. The
funeral will tnko place tomuriow at
3 p. in. under tho nusplces of the
Knights or Pythias.
(Continued from Pare 1)
Clerk discovered that, In handing tho
demands over to the Mayor nt the
public meeting last night ho acted
tomewliat prematurely. Tho law
ptorldcs that tho demands must be
certified to by the Cleric Immediately
after the meeting. This was not
done. As the Mayor gave tho do
rr.aiuls Into the keeping of the Clerk
for the night, tho shortcoming was
One omission In the demand for
tbo roads and bridges appropriation,
the name of Supervisor Cummins, Is
pointed out by tho Mayor's Hcciutaty.
Why the name was omitted thu com
mitteo has not announced.
Tho Commltteo on Police was In
consultation with Sheriff Jariett thin
morning, anil the demands for the
police depaitmcnt will probably bo
brought up at tills afternoon') meet
ing. THU MAUNA Ki:A, arriving fioni
JInwall and Maul ports, will get n
oarly tomorrow morning with a gool
list of pabsengcrs fiom illlo. Matty of
them h.no been stayiucat tho Volcano
.MuL, is. v.-
Of. Auto Cap
Chairman Doui-ett uf tho automobile
conimttteu for thu Floral Pat ado. Is
getting right down t obunlnenH and lit
ulieady has his plans well under way
Dowsed Is very cnthinduHtlr over tin
outlook, and If the uulomuhlbj display
lh not oiio or the great fi'.itureM or the
day, It will lie through no fault or his
lively day sees moro promises of
entries teeelved, and nlieady moro peo
ple have signified their Intention ot
taking part than participated In that
part or the parade last year. The
flowers ate In lino condition now, and
there Is every Indication that theio
will be a plethora or blossoms when
tho time comes to decorate.
The following aro the commlttei
chairmen appointed by Dltector Pet
rle: J. A. .McCnndless, finance commit
tee; II. M. von Holt miirsbnl " '
parade; .1. M. Dowsett. nutomobllcs;
Colonel J. v. Jones, unit) jiu li.i. v
l-V'inV II Anii'tnini' ciitu " F O
Athcrton, schools; W. II. Mclnomy,
liiieMsl.ind piliiLcssei,; v A. uiceii
well, horseback section; J. A. Hughes
grounds. Tom Sharp, prizes and deco
minus, (1 I' Hush, tiro ilepuitmnnt,
.1 I.. Fleming, police; Hurold DIIIIiib
hum, loelal. I,, I'elrle, ntslHtaut mar
rhnl, Flunk Harvey, llawallin nucli
des PLEIADES SAILS FOR
The Ameilcun-Ilawullnu chartered
freighter Pleiades will sail toinnriow
dlreit for San Finnclsco, carrying
fititt mid other petlshablu freight
Tills trip ot the Pleiades maiks the
Inauguration of the fast freight serv
ice between heiu and Hun Francisco,
which the Ameiiean-llnwallau Com
pany will miilntntn on regular hdied
ule. The Mexican, which Milled dlicet
from Han Fianclsco, will reach hoiti
on Thin hilar next, Shu will In lug u
considerable amount of material for
the depot quartermaster, miiiio ioii
ttritctlon supplies for tho I.elfubua
wotk, and n largo ganetnl cargo.
On February -I thu Mlssourlau wll
sail fiom Puget Hound for Honolulu
dlnit. Tho next ship to come tills
way will bit the, Pleiades, which will
leluin here, on her legithir schedule,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 528.
THE BEST 'TITTERS" IN TOWN.
.jiiA-'StAh.-.'. k.. .....$.. ,'.ai , ' rJTf
Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
Office, Suits 51 &v52 Alexander Young Bid
Call, Write or Phone for a Prospectus
(. V. MeDougall has good eat lb for
sale. Hee ad III toda)'s Issiif.
A list or articles scljed by the cus
tom house Is published lu this issue.
A petition for iHschargu In the mat
ter of H. A. Culler, u bankrupt, lu pub
lished In this Issue.
Thu Department of Public Works
has postponed thu opening of bids for
the construction of the Wulmeu liver
Fur tlio best Kodak goods, picture
framing, art materials, nnd developing
and pi luting, go to Ourrey's. Foit
rtieet. Just below King.
H. O. Hall & Hon. Ltd.. has Just re
ceived per llllonlan their first ship
ment of PJU'.l Hlalnger tenuis lulls
uiid Doheitv tennis rackets.
L'i.e Alpine milk because It Is abso
lutely pure, and beeiuse all tbo nat
ural, creamy richness has been pie
served In It That's why It tastes so
good. Ask vinir grocer for Alpine.
Standard varnishes for carriages and
tliilshlug work aio supeilor to all oth
ers in ficcdnm or working, surely. Ins
tie. mid durability. Hold by Then. II.
I.tvles & Co, hardnuio depaitmcnt.
You should buy your shoo lu a stoic
In which nil the attention Is ceiiteird
itii.ii 0n nitlcln. Ilii) from us be
lime wn hnve die l.ugest and finest
-toek AlumifuctuicrH' Hhoo Co, Ltd.
Or) and seasoned ohla ami nlgnoba
love wood, cut lu convenient lengths,
mil tlueyt coal leidy for dellveiy and
iwaltlng our order at the Ifnlou-Pa-tltto
Trauufer Co , 12J King St., phono
"Jllnule" Met.il Polish is llio clieaiH
est and finest polUb made. A Tide
packuge, with a gallon of gasoline,
makes a full gillnn of liquid metal pol
tih that can't he boat Hchiiniau Car
riage Co , ugeiils.
Next Monday will bo lace week nt
Illotn's nnd the pilccs will be tut
lower than thosu i barged for the em
broideries last week This sale Is to
be nun that will be worth while Tor a
l.iil to i.t'end.
Friday Jan. 2J.
Temperatiires 0 a. m 71; S a.m.,
711, 10 a in.. 71; noon, 75; morning
Iliuomitei', li a. m., .10. 1U; abso
lute humidity, S a. m , l.t'ii gralua
.er cubic foot; lelatlve humidity, 8
a. m., ill per tent.; dew point, s a in.,
Wind B a. m, velocity in, dliee
tlon H; S u. in., velocity 20, dlieitlon
MJ; HI ii. m., veloilty 1.1, illiectlou
I!, noon, velocity 1.1, illiectlou Jl.
Italnfall dining 21 hours ended
n n. m., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement duiing 21
bonis ended at noon, I! or, miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weathor Ilnroau.
Traisponliient:il lallroiuls unliico
rates on beans and loather and may
amend tho tariffs on canned goods and
- - - ' - ' - - iii'ff
F VALUES on our property did
not increase with depth the
same as our royal neighbors, it
would simply be an unprece
dented freak of nature. But we will
assume that the values from the low
er levels arc exactly the same as the
past average production, or only $10
net per ton. On an annual output of
24,000 tons as before mentioned, this
would give us $240,000 profit per
annum, or 20' on the par value of
our entire capital, cr 80 a year to
the man who secures his stock today
nt 23 cents per. How does 80
strike you u a minimum investment
return ? If you know of a better buy,
put me next. I will tell you this is
your OPPORTUNITY" for a safe,
sound, high-paying investment. Pass
your plate. Do not delay any longer.
Oct your shnin while opportunity ex
tends the Golden Hand.
" 'Twill be passing strange" if
"Mayflower" does not crowd to tho
limit the best and richest miner, that
California ever had the right to
boast of. I have a special proposi
tion to make you if you will come in
this week and se: me. Better look
into it. BUY "MAYFLOWER"
STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, January 22.
SAN FltANCIHCO Arilved Jiiii..!!::
S. H Chljo Mam. 11 ii. lu., hence
KAIllJI.m-Sallc.I Jan. 21:
S. H. I.urlliie, for Kan Francltco.
KAANAPAI.I Hailed Jan. 20;
Ilk. Nuiianu. for New York.
NO N1CWS ol lutciest was btoughl
by thu ofjlcers or the popular Matsou
Unci llllonlan. Captain Johnson, which
uirived last night lit $ o'clock, docking
at Iter uhaif. Shu hi ought ten pas
sengers tu the cabin. 200 bags or mull
and about HiOO tons of eareo for tliln
jpoil. Most of the eiirgii consisted of
I supplies for thu in my people. Among
l tho passengers was A. W. H. Thump
I son, one or the best known men In
i Southern California. Ho owns tbo
Iburk Alden Hesse, which is due lo ar
lHu heie shin II)'. It. II. Dlcluit Is mi
engineer, who has roino down In thu
'liiteicst ot the Hawaiian Dredging Co,
(Mr. Nome, a mining man, accompanied
1 1) Mis. Nome, arilved to locatu hem
pciinaneiitly.' i II. inuvvii and daugli
iter and Miss Boxton, n nurso. vveni
llll lllflttr II ld...11!ri.t u 'Tl.i, 1111, ...In..
will ilmvo over tit tho rallioad wha'rrl
this arternoon tu dlnhargo tho rest of
TIJi: MAHNA l.()A icturnod fnim
K'ona via Maul nnd MolokM ports. Hho
docked at 10 o'clock this morning.
Ibllnglug H23 b.igd toffee, 10 bags
beans, IB bags charcoal, 3 bules tobic-
co, 11 hunches bananas, ll.l bundles
hides, ii cases otanges, 1 crnto turkeys
. ! crates chickens, 4 rerates jilgs, 2
horses, 2 cows, 2 mules. If! c lives, 20
ltd cattle, IS hogs, I lot strati Iron. ."
packages suuditcs. Piuscr Friol le.1
pints the following sugar on Hawaii
leady for shipment: llonokaa, $uon;
Kukiilliittle, 21100, Pjiaiihau, rQ00.
Till: (U.AUDINK, which arrived
fiom Illlo via Maul pints yesterday
moitilng will lenvo tills iiflernoon ut S
o'clock for lior regular porta or cill.
She will return net Thursilay morn
ing. TIH: Hi:i.i:NK will gn In Pa.mhuu.
Panullo nmUqthdr Ilamiku-i hii(s to
iiionow, at noon. Hbu will hnvo In lier
hold a largo consignment or cargo.
i 'MAIL FOIt the Coast and the Orient
will bu despatched by tho steamcis
,sl.i and t'lilna, l-eupectlvuly iiiilvlug
Till: I.IKIM.IKi:. uccnrdlug to Purs
er Filcl'H ioKiit, was dlscharslii! at
Muhiikoiia when the Miiuua I.o.i
Till: AMi:itlC.N batk Niiiiunu
Cnpt. Josbulyn, left K'aanapall up Weil
ncsday ror Now York,
Till: HTHAMKit Clalidliio wlirieave
at r p. in. today for Maul and Hawaii
Buy It Now
Thursday, January 21.
Fr.' Iik. Vlllu tie Mtilhaiuo, from llu
I'liit Town, ror orders (nncboied off
M. N. H. H. llllonlan, Johnson, fiom
San Francisco, 7:3:1 p. in.
1'ilday, January 22.
Stmr. Mnuna lia, Hlmeisou, fiom
Komi and Knu ports, a. m.
Thurhday, Jiiniuiry 21
Htmr. W. (1. Hall, Thompson, for
Kniuil, E:ifj p. in.
V DUE TODAY
, ... i i .
P. M. S. S. Asia, (laukroger, from
llio Orient, p, in.
P. M. H. H. China, I'llele, fiom Hail
I'ranclsco, ti. m.
Stmr. Claudltie, Ueimett, Tor Maul
mid Hawaii, i p. in.
Pur stmr. Manna Loa, Hlmerson,
fiom Hawaii, Maui and Molokul poil.t.
Jan 22..liis. Caniisle, A. P. Mai till.
Col. S Nnrrls. 1'. I., (libs Mm F I
(llbson. F. W. Pease. Father dm lit,.
Mrs. WondelH and rervniil. K. Cieiiut.
F. Conanl. Dr. II. J. Pottle. 11. T )lllls.
Mrs. K. W. Thwlng. Miss It. Thwliis,
J. (1 Smith, ('has. lllurt. Mrs, II. Co
pea, Miss C. Conea, D. K. ll.ikei. Mis. '
I). K. linker, 1). K. Il.ikur.Jr, A H.
Willi. J. A. Mcfliiiro, Mrs. A. Fernan
dez. Miss H. I.lltco, A. Llftee. C. J.
Falk, C W. Ilnldwln, C F. Ilerilc!;, Y.
FilJIinoto, Itov. II. It. Poopoe, A. Will
erhouso, F. T. P. Watui house, J. F.
Silver, F. (1. Wallace and 3'l deck.
Per M. N. H. H. llllonlan. riom Han
Fiiiticifeo, Jan 21. Mia. J. II. Den
sham. Mrs. A. (1. Htnltli, Miss M Sex
ton. Mrn. C. F. tiaxior. Mm. 11. At.
Htono, II. M. Hlonn W H. Thompson.
It. II. Dlctcit, C. II. Urn n, Mts;
Per stmr. W. (I. Hall, ror Kiiuiil. Jim
21 15. I.atiger. It. Nlkl, Frank Thump-
Per btuir Claiidtiio, for Maul ami
Illlo, Jim 22- (1 M Luther ami wire.
Miss Knnnp, F. P. Low J. A Her tl.
Per S. S. China, Fiielo, ror Japan,
Jan. 23, n." in. H. i:. Ilarlman.
Till: FilHNCir foutviiiiisteil ship
Vllle de Millliuuro ailved off port fiom,
Hiilnirl Town yesterday for orders
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $170, Coraplote.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
, King St. opposite South St, j