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r.VRN'IN'O HUILETIN, HONOLULU, T II., WEDNESDAY, JAN 27, 11)00
int a wa
I All visiting members of the
Order uro cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local loilgca
UAUMUNY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets crciy Monday evening At
7:30 In 1. O. O. f Hull, Kort Street.
i:. It llllNDUY, Secrctnry.
P I) WICKi:. N (!.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets eiry first ind third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In IC. of l. Hall,
comer Pert and Ilurctanla. Visiting
brotliors cnllally Invited to attend.
P It ,NI!(li;.NT. (' ('
It (iOdl.lNCI, K It H.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, 11. P. O.
P., will meet In their ball on King
near Port Street oery Friday even
lag. lly order of tho 13. It.:
HPNUY O. EASTON,
WM. H. Mcl.NKRNY, E. It.
Vfm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th, Saturday
eiuliiK at 7. .'id o'clock In IC. nl P.
Hall, cor. Port and lleietaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
P M M.tiltPW r C
i: A I ('0118i:.N, K It. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the Sail and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7.30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Uerctanla nnd Toit streets.
VUltlng Eagles are Invited to At
tend. W. L. mAZEE, W.. Prest.
II. T. MOOnE, Becy.
AND amalgamating plates of
the "MAYFLOWER" arc
shown in this picture.
When the mill is running and the
whole 20 stamps are dropping, the
ncise is so deafening that you can
"hardly hear yourself think " After
the gold quartz rock is crashed to
.mtedftl- hv tn tltnnA it U U'A1lpd
, -., ....,, .. "----
ocr copper piaies covcrco. wnn quics.
silver. This quicksilver attracts and
holds the smalt particles of gold as
they pass. The combination of gold
and quicksilver is called "Amalgam."
This is scraped off at intervals, and
the two metals separated by retort
ing. The quicksilver is used over
again, but the gold is sold, netting
upwards of $10 an ounce. It looks
trnrwl in fm-ttl nf 'hnlllnn" ftml
nttn 1nnV- crnrvt In fill fnrm nf clivi.
Pleese remember that this mill is
operated by water power, directed
rrninst a ' Pclton" v;hcl. And that
the water power is part of our prop
erty. One of our best qsscts.
MTTT A TTT TIsOITEr Fiscal Agent May-flower Mine
IV A.! MJJ W Office, Suite 51 fc 52 Alexander Young Bid
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, Hilo, Hawaii Phone 499 Call, Write or Phone for a Prospectus
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
Jas of chcIi month at Knlghta ot
i'ythfua tlnll. Visiting brothers cor
llalty Invited to uttnnd.
A. n. AUI.Kiail, Bachem.
A. K. MUnPHY, C. of U.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES t
and TRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bo:
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
fl rtiAMDfcrvc nnnr
UlrtlTiULK J UiUU
Corner King and Fort Streets.
The Pianola '
THE WORLD'S BEST MUSIC
BEROSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Purest flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absdutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014. -
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
In tho Harrison Mutual Benevolent
Association duo Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. lf, 1909. All assess
ments are payable at the Secretary's
odlce, Kaplolanl llulldlng, King and
E r HiMilWCillW V.AIllllllllllllVrillillillillMIM-HIIllllH -v. US- . -Kf
mr' JniWMMmMKKzm 4u1Jp3I
V Don't store the nasse furniture
in the barn; two bits' worth of B u 1-
1 e t i n Want Ads. will sell it for you.
Ten good nulo hacks. Phono C. '
If yon nro looking tor uny of your
frlemla go to tho "Two Jncks" and
jou'll find them.
l'nnltry. Imported puro bred White,
Drown, Huff lrglurnH, Illack Minor
c.ih, i'tr riub Stables Ltd. Tel. 10!).
Oyster leaves at Royal Annex.
A drrtt'i- of divorce wn this morn
lug granted 111 tho enso nf P. Moriln
n Jnimnusp watchniaKer, vb. Klku Mil
rltii on groundH of cruelly.
lozaburi) Ono wiih nrrested by Mar
shal llt'iulry at Wnlnltin laHt night on
;i eh irgo of harboring n w oiu.iii Im
ported fur InnnonJ purpose.
Quench your thirst at Royal Annex.
Deputy 0. 8. Mnrshnl Uhllllugwoith
went to Maul last night to urn-st n
Japanese, named K. Yokogawa, who
Is charged on thrco IndlctinentH with
rending nlixeiito lltcraturo through the
mails This disposes of tho last In
dletmuiilH placed on tho xiciut Die b
Hip Peilcrnl (Iraml Jury
The defendants In the ease of II (1
MMdledltch, trustee in b.itikrupli'y of
Chas. V Ilurrkk C.irrlago Co., Ltd., h
John W. Cnlhcurt, M.iry Cnthctrt and
IMIIh i; l'ouil, hao tiled a demurrer
to tho amended bill of complaint on
iho grounds Hint It does not show suf
flclcnt facts, that It Is aguo. that It
appears that tho romplnlnunt has been
guilty ii fl.iches, that It does not ap
pear that Mrs. Cathcnrt linn any piop
erty belonging to or held In trust b
her husband which could bo Kiibject In
execution on any Judgment ngalnst
lilm. and Hint It duos not appear Urn
Mrs, Cathrart holds any imipeil) ns
trustee in imltum fur tho complain
nnt which could bo undo subject to
execution on uny Judgment ngahut
PORTER TALKED WITH
The nil steamer W. S, Porter, Cap
tnln McDonald, nrrHcd -oft port earl)
this morning nnd by 9 o'clock was
alongside tho Itallroad wharf, wheie
sho Is discharging Sn.OOO barrels ot
oil for local consumption Captain Mo
Donald Is accompanied by his wife and
DurlfTg tho trip down, tho Porter
t-nw tho bark Puiiko, bound noilh This
wrb on January 19. Tho rlp was
ple.iKnut ami no accidents were met
on tho way. Yesterday tho Porter
Ileal d tho' Hllonlun salng that she
was bucking against high Bona ami
strong wind, nnd that the pussengvrB
Lost Juno the Poller was stuck In
tho Ico and lemalncd fast for thirteen
days, nccordtng to First Officer 1.. P
Sooral other steamers In tho neigh
borhood, also stuck in tho Ico, could lie
Tho Portor will low tho Chllcott
Lack to Gatlotn, sailing us soon ns In
Btructlons nro leeelved fioiu Snn Pran
0(f"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
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Wiir" '-' I, nEnC3reS9Kto&
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FLEET IS ASSEMBLING
NICE, ItiP, Jan. 20. -The Ann
ll.iy of Tot ii hi Mokiccii, on Jniui.u
lor the lioiui vmuiI o)age
NEW 10UK, N. Y., Jim. 2 -
of the Fidelity Funding Company n
Lciuest of the police of tint elly
(Continued from Pace 1)
nr ciiiiiiiiIhhIiiii Ho iiIhi dwelt on the
fileniMilp wlili h existed between
AUherle) and Wajson before Di.
Win soli In i nine n iiienibei- of the
Iloiiid of Health, nnd in this capacity
opposed the appointment of Atihei
le as Ciiieriiuieut ph)slcl.in of Ko
hn l.i This It was his duty tow-aid
the loiiiuiiinlty i do. hh he Knew of
the fait that Ati'heile) took stiong
dings, cither ns n stimulant or as' n
reined . II was liiiinalccrl.il which
of the Inn was the case The Court
then wcul on as follows:
' I'he irsnlutlons of thn llonrd of
Health nie nulv a iiii-ihiiIo of piucnii
lion taken by the lliianl of Health,
and I do mil believe meant to annoy,
ex, oi linrrass, or Injiilo Atchcrlej,
for these lesoliitions hnd theli gcu
enil npplliatlon, een though Atch
crlej was the only doctor who npplloj
for permission to treat lepers, and
Wnjhiin said to Dr. Atiherloy that
ho would use his Inllueucu with the
lliianl In allow Ateherley In tic-it
Icpeis oxen If tho icsoliilloiis xveie
not (Oinplled xvlth. This, I uiuslile ,
in n t of filendslilp nnd not oMion
tlllty. "All of these nets, how-over, xxcro
taken by Ateherley as acts of person
nl hostility by Way sou against him.
"Then Waynni Is net used by Ateh
erley of going to nil of thn drug
stores to uncertain tho nature of the
drugs puichnsed by Atrhcrloy nnd
xxl'cu Atiherloy Is asked on einsg-c-nnilniitlou
hoxv he know this ho could
not glxo nny dellnlto answer or rea
son except that he believed It by de
duction He hnd no special reason
except Hint ho bollovell Way son to
be hnitlln to him
"Then xvo Iniva dings missing fiom
the Ateherley dispensary, and people
hanging about tho Atihei Icy prcn
Ibes. .Way son Is again accused of ol-
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
fi2 S. KINO ST. PHONE P25.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
iluiu Meet wPI re.if-emblp In tho
j i, to luhe on i o.i I nnd p ovlsloim
Pntilek Kiurnnn, foruieil., president
; Pltlsbuig, lins been nuestcd at tho
titer stealing the dings or being the
persnii for xxholii the dings were sto
len, through the lliianl of Health.
"Then tho publication In the Adver
tlK'i of an effeiluul cine of leprosy i
W:ivkiiii nnil llil w.i'i Hip straw th it
broke I lie camel's b.iek. At this tluu
Ateherley was full) eonxlnced lint
Way son w-t icnllx (he uiiili who slide j
tin dings, Hint he was the ihettix aim
Hint ho should lelallate, titiil nl mid
night one or two days .'(fti'i tho pub
llcitloii In the Adxertlser he Atelier-'
lev , saw miiiic inn going mil of the '
rale nf lib pii'iulses but some ills
I. nice from Ills house this gtte belli,;
near the gtlo Immcdl.ileh iidjolnlng
Hie I)r Camp outage lie Ateherley,'
In Hexing tint t 111 -t peisoii was Way ,
sun, oi Fiiine one on the piomlsos xxh.n
might be leptesenllng Wujsuu. II led i Co Ulght pilces and tin oxiellent io
nie shot at this poison, not knowing isorttnent.
who It might be. and caring loss xxhoio j A while English filler Is ndxortlsei
It might lilt, he then reached for his ins lost Howard If lulmned to E. O
hat mill pursued this poison, at whom llnll & Son.
ho had shot, bullexlns lli.it ho hail! L. Ahnj of Nnuanii stiect, has Ins
gone In (he illiieilon of Dr. Wuy son's I received n new line of dress goods tun
home he also went lo Dr. Wnjson's ladles' worsted fluiwls.
home and thcro ho fired four shots In Theresa M. Loulsson has prescntei
the direction of the Doctoi's house, not U. petition to the Cnuil or Laud Hi git
ut his enemy, 'not ro'ilb-lug that any- (ration for a title to mirao land In Ma
one of tluse shins might strike somo
one whom ho did mil Intend to hit,.
pnssllih slilklug Mn. Wajsnii or any
(lie nf Iho fhlldien In the house, nr
any one thai might be within tho range
of the pistol which Wjis used Hlght)
hero I)r Atcheiley did nnt icilizotho tho llnest meals in lliinoiiilii at p'M
lespoiiblblllly ami enuseouenres of his, ulnr prices. 'I he scrxlco nnd appolni
own acts and doings. Even hero ho'menls lire of tho bobl
Is not nitlsfleil but states to tluoo phj-. On Saturday last n thief bioko hit'
hlcltins Hint his only way of letallnllon Itho store of M. It Counter. A rewap
lor tho wiling done him by Wnjson, inf $u0 will bo paid for the ariest am
t ) rhont Wnycon, iiortxlclloii or the nboxo unknown pirtj
"Dr. Alchetley. winio on the witness i At Ourrey's you will flnd Iho inos
Hindiind w'llleluiho couit loom, wasilntli,l,8lll'' rollcctlon of pilots, pit
n iiiodol wli-.esn. his conduct was only !"". nlll mimhllngs oxer brought ti
that of n leuned. eulliirod, highly edu- IJ'molulu. I ml stieet, Just below
cut oil English gentlemiin and miido a K'"B' ,.',,. , , . 0 ,
grnnd Impression upon the mind of1 Th" lllK " lll i'.""1" f;''" "l s,lcl,H
tho Court, nnd from his conduct tj,u I closes Saturday em will n.ne mono
Court roulil not find his Insane; ,t i by biijlng jour white goods mm. See
tho Court 'rim not leconcllo his con ,l10 window display nnd nolo tin
duct, his nlllltide. lilt demeanor, Jils
feelings lownrd Dr Wajson, ns the
conduit, atlllude, deuiinuiir mid feel
lug that n rnllonal nnd sanu man
hlllllllll ltnf) tflW'Ill-il nnitlwif limn
whom ho eonsldeis his onenij. oxen
ii" Kiievnnco was rem.
"Feeling as I do I now hold that Dr
Mcherlej Is nn Insane peison, and I
commit 111 in to the Insane nsjliim
.Mngoon lepiosentlng Atrhoiloy,
l oted nn nppenl.
TUB MIKAHALA depaitnl for Mo
loltnl. Maul nnd Lituul jestoidnv after
roon Sho will leturn e'lrlj Hipula)
THE HtMOAIH) leeelved ifgtr jos
tordnj, prnp.untnij to leaxlng for hei
HERE is nothing more inter
esting than a gold factory
csp:cially if you are n
rart owner. Next time you are near
Nevada City, California, don't forget
to look "Maj flower'' up. You'll be
welcomed and treated right, whether
you are a shareholder or not. An!
you'll And no bolts or tars, with se
ciets behind them. Everything is
clear, clean, open, and above-board.
But get an interest. Mix with actiun
tcday and Hake on some stock at 23
cents. H is srhclulcd for nn advance.
Tact ii, jou'll he- to pay 35 cent
in a few v.chs. Oct in now and save
rcgicts. If jou do not Lclicxc what
I tell you if jot arc a "doubting
Thomas" come in and tell me you
have to be "shown," and it will bj a
pleasure for mo to s'tow you th:
PROOF. Buy and Buy. Not by aiU
by. Do not wait. Don't procrasti
nate. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK.
BUY IT NOW!
IN FOREIGN PORTS
C.HAYS llAllltOit Airlxed .Inn
Sdtr (' A Tlmyer heme Dei
llll.O- Arilxcd .Inn 21)
Si hr H Mtuston. fimn San
Prior In Jnn 22 S S Pntctpiise
ft inn Sun Fimiclsiu
II ANA -Atllxed Jan 27.
Schr Jus Itolph, fiom S.tn 1 tan
HisliiipTiiisI Co li.ui- Just Hie liomi
you are looking Tnr Sie llielr ml
(let jour xalentlnca at Wall Nlchob
Suiiiewbein betwein Wnhlawa an
I.ellehua n gun iiiilal w.ilch and le
fob xvete lost. Huw.ild If Kturued t
Tho Alexander Young Cafo n-ru
One re ison xvhv Prlino Peer Is s.
popuhll xx lib Honolulu people Is tli.i
tho l.int diop gi'j'H Just as well ns tin
111 st. A glass with meals makes everj
lt,,,ll".K ,ustl' bettor.
We haxe u large slock of comic am'
sentimental valentines, mid vnlentlm
novelties Unit nie screamingly fuiiiij
at prices from SVie to Bile each I Pi
xvullan Noxvb Co , Ltd.
Hegnl shoes nt $3 Gu mid $1 lite hot
lei- value than most $3 and ti shoes
When j on get a Regal. J on know ilia'
the sijlo mill iiutitltj mo tho finest
iniido Hi gal Shoo Stole.
Tho Pianola tilings tho world's best
miihlo light lulu jour Inline; no nun
position Is ion iflllleult lor II Ami
there Is plentj of loom for Indlxbluil
oxiresblon. rJergstroni Music Co
Buy It Now
Toesdnx January 2ii
Stini- Kln.ui, (Iiigon. for Kmiul, i
Hliur Mikalrihi PIHz for Miilokal,
ilaul nnd Uiual. ." p in
Hum- Niietiu. Pedersen, fur Aiiahola.
Stmr Cl.iudlue. from Maul firl.
SAILjNG TOMORROW J
ll S S. llulTalo. ror .Mine Island,
Stun V. C, II ill, Thompson, for
Cleele, " p. ill
f- DUE FRIDAY. I
P M R S M.iiichuil.i, fiom titu
I'liiuclsco, ti 111.
P M S. S Miiiignlla. riiiiu Viiln
llama, u in
A II S H Mexlcin. fiiim San Fran
Iscii, n. nt.
, : 1.
Pi r stmr. Mlkahnhi. for Molnkal,
Maul and Lnnal isuts. Jim 2fi - Mrs
V. Mutch. Mrs Auld. Mrs V. C Me
'r, V. Mejer. Mrs. Diidoll. Mis I maU
Hid 2 clilldieu. CI. It Anderson.
Per stmr , Kin-Ill for Unil ll l"n 21!
A S. Wilcox mid wife Miss Kin ill
Antoiie. 'It Cut ton. II Kennedy M x
' Pur P. M S. S Mongol! i. ft i S in
I'iniielsco, Jjimirx .'in. Ed Cms -it.
tts lliiiitini- llvile C J ftnlilini-i Al
rred Jones and faiully. Mr C.itlnilii'
xvimlels-Holvert. .Mr and .Mis. .1
McWaln, F. E Mnllorj nnd wife J I'
Mnllm-x nnd wire. Miss N lloikln II.
. Prntt niul fnml'v Mnuluill Pilot
nnd xvire. Dr Edwiud J Hlch nnd wire.
Father Edwnids, It. 1) Fndenxoul E
K Calx In V II Ilancio.'t. E Knepn,
Mr. mid Mis E. M Marshall, Miss P
Maishnll, J. P Elliott mid Mnillj 1)
It. Osborne mid wife II Iledeiniinn J
T Fltigeiald and wlfo.MI A Hall and
wire, W Pnrker-Ljon jind f imllx V
. Lleber, Mis C It Cooper F II
Puss, J II. Muxej J C Roodixln liihn
Lynch and wife, Dnld Sloan nnd win.
Sen It Audrowsaiiilwire.il 11 li
mder and xvlfe. Veiiion I. Tciiuex.
Mis J A (ioimtm, A M Miiigiuili.il.
it, A Kendall mid wife Mi mid Mis
lllllls, Mr nnd Mis lliouon J C
Pei si nir V
O Hall. Thompson fur
Jnn 28- It Callnn. L
P Petusim Miss
Kauai, r, p in .
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIe
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.