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rVKNTNO DUILCTINV HON'OMJMV TV !!., SATURDAY, JAN. tlO, 1500.
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1 25 Cents
pM ABLES of the MAYFLOWER MILL are slttjwn' in this photograph. '
I On these tables ar intercept :d nnJ "concentrated" all the min
I utc particles of gold which, thorough being coated with sand', cs-
caoe the attraction of the quicksilver on the copper plates. Any
"float cold" that rjcts by thc3C tables it caught on the "canvas
plant" nt the lower end of ths mill, or in the settling tank, the
concentrates from which bring about $100 Der ton. There is very little
gold entering our mill that gets past us. To put it in sugar phrase, we
have a hijrh extraction. And there's a reason. We have a heavy stamp
mill, one of the best in our distriot. and what is more, one of the most
economical mills, because tho entire outfit from the grindstone and bel
lows in the blacksmith shop, to the Hoist and Mill Stamps arc operat
ed by water power exclusively. There lias been a lot of Bullion ground
out by the "Mayflower" Mill, but th-wc is for greater and faster, work
immediately ahead of it. Acquire an ownership. Oct an interest today.
Your money invested in "Mayflower" Stock cannot help makins more
money for you. It's the right stock to associate with right now. If you
are from Missouri, call or write for pi oofs. I would want them were I in
your place. It's worth your while to investigate a little. Bead our pros
pectus. At 25 Cents our shares constitute the best buy in Honolulu. To
day is your OPPORTUNITY. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT
MTTT A TVT TkOIlT" Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
J. V XJLlH U J ' W 9 Office, Suite 51 fe 25 Alexander Young Bid
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, Hilo, Hawaii Phone 499 Call, Write or Phone for a Prospectus
Buy It Now
OVATION I BUSY
GREETS REACH TEAM
HACKFELD WHARF IS CROWDED
BY WELCOMING THRONQ
JUDGES ARE NAMED
FOR FLORAL PARADE
MALIHINIS WILL HAND OUT THE
lilml time March on King street to
Iilshnp, or. IIMiop to Hotel , on Hotel
to Alukca, on Al.ikca to llcrctanln;
on llcrctanln to Thom.iH Square;
nromiil tlirco nidi's of TIioiiuih Square
to Ilcrctnuln agiln; on Uerettmla to
Ptm.ihuu: on Pimahou to reviewing
i grounds in lialui College campus, os
I Alexander nlhlcllc field of tho College.
There will 1 10 three subdivisions of
lllllnrt linMPtl fin Lint'lli of wli.mt.li tun
Large Inuring cars, niedluni sized earn,
and runabouts. There will ho a prize
I for each of these Classen, besides a
special prize for tho very host nil
lound machine, ami another special
1 prlzo for the most original or unique
, design. These prizes will ho pennants
Mike Fisher and Bill Devereaux Get Subdivisions of Big Parade Are An
All the Chafilng That Is Coming To nounced and Subordinate Officers Arc
Them Youngsters Make Merry at Warned Line ot Marcn is Announced
Hcti Docs F.xnensc la-u Kiucrs wm ae iticre
lluw'd uli like
Japan? What i doin' In Toklo'.'
How's the Mlk.ulu?" and a doen like
questions niic Hied at the genial
manager of the All-Atnn leans as ho
ttpMid iishoio from the Mongolia
tills im-mliiR. Fisher tried to shake
hands with everyone at once, and ho
tried to answer forty questions with
out taking breath. The result was
Hint he did mil manage to make hlui-t-elf
Inhlllglhle to any of his Inter
rogator! The next rim 11 down the stairs was
Captain Hill'' Devereaux. Old Mill
had Hir Mime giln that he has cu
lled ,111 mid for .voars, and when he
turned his niild features, surmount
ed wiih t lie 1 1 mat of Titian had. to
ward the iiov.il, the soliilquct of
"Old Ited Dog" seemed particularly
iippropilaie. and the youngsters ou
the wliiu r started Inn king with vim.
Haih member of the All-Amcrlctu
team was gneiod with some suit of
neclamatlou and tliu shoi t dtstaneo
between the gangplank and tho wall
ing; ("Hi Ii w.i ho lilted with eager
ivalclieis thai piogroin was not onjy
blow, but dei idedly Isborloiia.
The i ion lug ioiiIU not have hceu
more eulhii'l.i-llo had the victuts
been leiiunlng Horn u war-time cam
palgn liisiead of one of friendship.
Alino-i with one accord buslncia
rnios wein shelved till innnilns.
when the wonl cunio that the Mon
golia was npprnachi 7 her whaif, and
n jjllgi Image was umdo tn llackfeld
Jllui to gieel tho All-Aineile 1 1
liuneh 'I'w.is 1101 only the ball fail
that turned out, either. Mnuv a se
date business man who ilocn not know
loft field from the backstop was 011
hand to gleet the jeprosentntlvcB of
American baseball. It was as though
thoy considered It u pattlotlc duty to
BO down and welcome the loturulhB
The Judges for tho big Tloral I'arade
tire all to be luallhlnls. chosen from
among tho large number of mainland
Usltorx. This was derided Upon nt a
most encouraging meeting of tho l'lor
al l'nrndo romiulltcu held c-Htvrday
afternoon In tho oilier of Director 1'ct
The line of march was also decided
SuhdMsious Into which the pugeau
will bo dhldeil wore announced. Tho
irlzeB to be nwaideil ordered prepared
liv the propir subcommittee, and nth
ir deti'lls discussed nud In many In
htances ilUpwed 1 1 Everybody at the
meeting appeared In lie cnthuslautlc
mor the inn look of his particular part
of the woik. ami are unanimous lit the
belief Unit the Parade this coming
Washington's lllrthday will surpass In
rlzo and beauty any previous altompt
In this Hue. They tiro carefully 10
Mowlng and analyzing the work of
previous years, ami In this manner will
he nblu to profit much by pist exper
Unco, as well ns to nold mistakes
Line of March.
Form at tho Capitol flinunds, and
tart promptly nt ID o'clock. It was
'ii'clded not tn delay tho march a min
ute, rrirtrdiMiH of who might IAj he
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Tho Mongolia was u tediously long
iluie making fast alongside the wharf
and tho ciowd on tho dorlc beenmo vj
hi lily impatient Now and then a
llttlu good-natured raillery was In
dulged In between the folk on laud
and the hall-phiyers on hoard, hut
'most oveiyouu was wishing that tho
eang-pnnk would liejalsed nidi that
tho rain would stop.
When (he gang-plank was Dually
put in place, and Mike Klshcr started
for tho dock, there wns a mad rush
Tor the foot of the stalls and Fisher
lound Jt no easy umtter to get
or btnnors to bo designated by the
subcommittee of which Tom Sharp Is
chairman. Tho automobiles of nil
clnsecs will bo Judged by three Judges,
iion-rrsldunts of tho Territory,
Charlie Chllllngworth, chairman of
tho-1'a-u rider section, reported that
ho already had fifty-two applicants, and
could probably get a number more
His only dlruculty was In securing sad
dies and bridles, and ho asked that ell
Izens who may hao anything in this
line which they would lend for tho id
eation, let him know. Ho promises 11
wry effectUo showing. Prizes aro to
bo given tt tho rldors, one for tho best
costumed, and unci to tho most grace
fill rider. Malililnl Judges. Pennant
ioiii oiiarp ii-iii approved nis plan
for Inducing tho bringing out of 11 largo
school of bicycle fishes, of which there
woru cino or two l.ist year. In order to
encourugo the hoys who might enter In
this section, tho Ccjnmiltteo will give
three cash prizes J20,.$o and Ij.
Kadi of the Hawaiian Princesses
icpicscntlng tho several Islands or the
group, will he presented with a hand
sonio souvenir of the occasion, but no
distinction will bo niado In regatd to
thoso. It is hoped to. get some word
of favorable action from the other is
lauds tn n few days. Oahu's selection
has already been made, iu the person
of Mrs. Harry Holt, wlu Is ucknowl
edged to bo one of tho most graceful
rldora" In tho Territory
Thcro will ho two classes of llo'its
thoso on automobile bodies, and those
on wagons. ICacli class will get a
prize, while, a rasli prize of Still In ad
dltlon will bo given tn tho ery best
Hunt, embracing the two classes.
Clubs and Societies.
An elfort will bo made to hno every
t-oclal club, Iruternnl society, athletic
club, and school, leprcsonted In some
decorated Moat, automobile, or .car
rl.ige. Considerable Inlet est has al
ready been evinced In this matter. Tho
Order of Red Men have announced
that they aro ready to toko tho milter
up, and among tliu schools, tho Priory
School girls are already planning the
tlotnllB or their car, Sovqral nieinlidi'H
or the committee hinted nt some star'
Hug results to he brought out, which
SecrctarlcB or other author-
lzcd rcnrcscntatlTrs of clubs
arc asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they tuny bu included In tho
program. Address nil commii-
nlcatlous to tho Sporting Kdl-
tor, Evening II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 .
.Inn. 30. Ikixlug, Smith vs.
Jan. HO: Hawaii Yacht Club
critlso and limit.
Jan. 31: roursomo tourna
ment nt Country Club.
Jan. 30. Chinese Students'
Feb. 1: Howling tournament
Feb. 2: Diamond Head A. C.
Feb. 27: Y. M. C. A. track
Feb. J.V Hotlng, Sullivan
Jan :f0- All Americans vs.
All ll.iw-alians on League
Jan. 31: All Americans vb.
Feb. 3: All Americans vb.
Feb. C: All Amprlcans vs.
Feb. 7t All Americans vs.
PLAY GOOD SOCCER
NEW SERIES OPENS UNDER BEST
Old Rivals Meet on Football Feld and
Close Competition Results Lively
Games Promised Next Week, When
Punahou Will Play High School
Standing of Intericholastic Soccer
P " I). Pts. For. Agst.
High School. . 1 1 0 2 1 0
Punahou. ...1011 0 0
Knms. .'.... 1 0 1 I 0 0
Alllolant ....10 0 0 0 1
they are not nt liberty to divulge nt
tho pichoul lime
Theie will lie linen classeH of carriages-
one horse, tunhoise, and a
thin! class including tandems, four-lu-hands,
or other stylo. A prlzo will bo
piovldcd for each of theso classes.
Chairman Frank Armstiong nsks that
any one having a carrtago which they
pioposo to decorate, or which thoy
would be willing tn lend tho committee
lor ilie parade, communicate with htm
at Castle k Cooke's offlcos without de
There will he a Japluoso Jinricksha
rectloii, the cavalry section, and a
number of others, probably.
The conimltteo decided that no per
son should be allowed in tho parade,
who Is not mounted or In a vehicle, and
that no vehicle or mount which Is not
uppiopilalelj decorated will bo per
mitted In the procession.
WILL HOLD SOCIAL
AT ST. ELIZABETH'S.
Tho Chlnoko Students' A Hi unco will
l.old a social In honor of tho baseball
victory, this overling at St. Ellzabeth'u
House on King street. Palama. InBtead
or at Hid Allluuqu Hall .ns previous!)
announced All moiuhora are request
id to bring their friends.
Ono victory by the narrowest pos
sible margin, and ono tio were tho
irsults of tho first soccer games of
the Intcrschol.isttc League scries,
plajrd yesterday afternoon. The flist
Cnnic was between tho High School
end the lads of Alllolant College, and
tesulted in n victory for the forntor
by a wore of 1 to 0. Tho second
gnmo was between teams from Ouhu
Collego and tho Katnehnmeha Schools
mid resulted In 11 tie.
Tho games woro played on Kome
hnincha field. Tho ground was very
lough and not at alt suited to soc
cer, but novcithcless nil of the play
ers put up very good exhibitions of
The next game or tho series will ho
plnycd on Monday. Alexander Field
will pmbably be tie scene of the
game, and all players expect to do
much better work there. The High
School men will try conclusions with
their old opponents, tho Oaliu College
champions whllo tho Alliolanl boys
will buck up against tho Kamelin
inclins. The luterschoastlc per lea piomlsns
to bring out some good soccer. The
school teams comprise some or tho
cleverest occer players In Honolulu,
mid the healthy rivalry between the
various Institutions forming tliu
icague, will furnish ample Inccutlvo
tn the players.
If tho bill Introduced by lleprc
lentatlvo Coopor or Texas becomes u
law, newspapers will print In "bold,
clear type," ou the front page, the
names of tho officers, directors, and
stockholders of the publication. If
the publication is owned by mi Indi
vidual tho mimes of Its editors and
owner must be placed nil tho ft yu,t
pngo. The forfeiture of scxond-cl.isj
mall privileges is to bo tho penalty
for failure to carry out the provisions.
TIDAL WAVE REPORTED
I.O.NliON, Kngland, Jan. 29. It Is reported Hint Uarcclonn has been
overwhelmed by 11 tidal wave.
The United States llattleship Fleet Is In Spanish waters or near by,
linvlng orders to nsscinble at the .Molucca 11 Hay nf Tetiinn, opposite (II
hraltar today to take on coal and provisions ror the homewnr djourney.
So far as Is known, the Fleet Is outside tho zone of disturbance.
Uarcclonn, 11 city of northern Spain, Is credited with n population ot
272,481. i:ceptliig Cadiz, It Is the most Important seaport In Spain,
The city Is divided Into mi old and new town by 11 promenade called l.a
Itamblii. Mnny or tho houses nro built on hewn stone. The most Impor
tant edifices are a Gothic cathedral about COO years old and ar palace
for the courts. Iliirtelonii has a inlvctslty, several public libraries, .1
fine theater, an academy of artB am' silences, and two musoutns. Them
are largo manufacturing Industrl". Tho harbor Is commodious but Ih
obstructed by n b.ir which excludes lurge vessels. Tho Itonntna figured
In tho early history or the place.
TROUBLE IN HAVANA
HAVANA, Culm, Jan. 29. -Tho relations of President Oomcz ant
Vice President Z.nyns have liven seriously id rained over tho appointment
of a chief of tho secret police.
BUSINESS MEN FOR JAPAN
NEW YOIIK, N. Y., .Inn. 29. The Now York lloaid of Trade linn
inaugurated n movement to appeal to the merchants and manufactur
ers or other States to cooporulo with It In an cffoit to Impress Caliror
nlans with tho unwisdom or their peisUtent agitation mid dlscrluilu.i--.
Hon against tho Japanese,
EARTHQUAKES IN SPAIN
SAN SKIIAHTIAN, Spain, Jnn. 2ti. An onithuu.11,0 lias devastated
i.cveral towns or Southern Spain.
A tidal wave submerged the co.irt near llaicclona and 11 landslld'J
burled 11 village with several hundred Inhabitants.
TAFT AT PANAMA "
PANAMA, IsllimiiB ol Panama. Jan. 29. President-elect Tart lauded
here today. Ilo proceeded to CiUebra and Is (mattered at Col. Oocthal'n
By tho Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-Y0UNO GARAGE.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
I Bulletin Editorial Room Plums 185.
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