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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 06, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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Rooms 9 and 10
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Bid.
Li;nt mas vvt a stop ii tiie
gnyctles wlilrli liue made the
mnt month such a uuiiy ono.
nml everybody seems glnil of
the t'hnnca to rent, read, nml
think. Miss Ix)Cko"g lecturer
nro lieliiR well uttended by a lingo
number of niiircclntlve women, Who
nro Rind of an opportunity to enlaipo
their sphere of thought nsn cul
tivated nnri 'traveled woman 8ald the
i t!.er day, "I nin glad I came to Mo
no' itlu ni.t only because of our
beautiful country but for the oppor
tunity It has n fiord wl mo of meeting
such nn vxrcptionnblc woman ns
Miss Locke. Hart, idle becn.-tbo only
lucenthe to my coming hero I should
have been repaid." Strong words In
deed f i oni such n source but how
well deserved I Sho Is vouilcrful.
wonderful! To go to one of her lec
tures Is fin Inspiration and to watch
the earnest faces upturned to hers Is
ii reelntlon of tho soul within. In
nil Its barefaced nakcdliefs. What
power! Whr.t genius that woman
has, to so reve.il herself! Miss Mar
gate! Noble of London nud Calcutta
speaks thus of the woman who Is now
In our midst: "Picture my astonish
ment when I rind that this great
western city haH nlt Iff Kbetieier
Cooko" (who, by the way, Is n dl3
ilplc of Itusliln, preaching the doc
trines of culture und art In London),
In the person of Miss Josephine.
Locke. Miss Locke explains that a
main motive of tho teaching Is to
restore the life of nature to the
dwellers of tho city. This Is surely
one of the profoundest statements
ever made on the subject Tho In
stinct which makes you In America
placo education In tho foiegrouml of
)nur corporal Interests Is an Instinct
that must command tho admiration
of the win Id."
President Toft Is n skillful nu I light
footed dancer. At the reception hi Id
In his honor by tho Capital City Club
of Atlanta, Georgia, Mr. Tnft danced
until the Inst measure was completed,
nud had his special train held for
nearly two liouitt ihnt li'o might nut
miss nuy of tho pleasures of tho bril
Tea nt floiornor Clegborn's Is al
ways a pleasant experience, and Mrs.
Ilateman, n charming woman, who Is.
a eitiM nt present of the Oalt's, found
it paiilcularl) mi. She was enthusias
tic oer Alnihuii, and rouslrtircil it
Ido-illy beautiful Mm. Iloreniiin. n
cultured woman of vnrletl and extens
le travels has JiiFt returned f-om the
Island of Mnlnkut. wlieio hli j was en
let tnlned bv the Charles llartwells.
Among her many delightful experi
ences sho spolte of tl:e siuitlng of a
native quintet, the harmony of hoiiikIx
being very plcpslng nud umnsit.il.
Mr. nml Mrs. Harry M.irfnrlanu
cae a delight fui dinner In the pri
vate dining-room of the Seaside Ho
tel on Thursday evening In honor of
Mrs. Ilraton of Oakland. California.
Over the tnblo hung n largo Japanese
umbrella entwined with Jasmine vines
and In each corner cm Japanese
lamps glowing red In tho softly light
ed loom, with the J.iK'iilne vines ar
tistically decorating ih-ni A large
basket of llowors occupied the center
of tho table and the plmeiards and
menus were dainty bits of a lvld iol
or. The Mncfarlnnes tire always at
their best as host and hostess, and
their guests nro always ensured nn
enjoyable evening. Among those prcs
cnt were Mrs. Dunning, Mr. and Mis.
niMm lllshop. Justice nml Mrs. Sid
ney llullou, Mr. nml Mrs. IMwaril
Tcnncy, Mr. and Mrs. Krcil. Macfar
lang, Mr. A. L. C. Atkinson, mid Mr.
Mrs. Cooke, who with her joung
ton has been a guest at the popular
I'loasanton Hotel, eiitcit lined 111"
Japanese Consul for Hawaii at tea
Mrs II. A ltolierton mid son Hai
ry hac (iille lcciiveied from their
Illness They ore both domiciled at
the Moana Hotel.
Lady Hov.ii-il, v ho has boon 'stop
ping ut tbo Minna lor several miiiitlu.
Is spi tiding tho v.eek at tho Vulcan i
Mrs. Fergus Alien may lslt llono
lulu this spring. Mrs. Allen was ono
of the most iwipular society girls In
A Clergyman's Opinion
T" IME WAS when men were ashamed to admit that they owned an interest in a mining proposition. Thev bought mining stock on the sly and kept it dark from their friends
nn.l families because they regarded their investment as a pur speculation, a bet and a gamble, and a long chance. But times have dunged in recent years, and so has
mining. The mining business has advanced just the same as has the sugar business. Men of national importance, identified with banking, insurance, railroads and the lead,
ing industrials are now interesting themselves in mining because mining has been reduced by modern methods, a knowledge of geology, and the expert ness of modern engineers to
b science and a sure thing. Mining is today a very important and basio business and it's a good deal safer than most businesses according to the tale of tell-tale statistics. Also
it is one of the cleanest business under the sun. A Methodist minister was recently reproached by one of his flock for identifying himself vith a gold-mining proposition, and
this was his retort, in substance, in an open letter published in his locil broadsheet:
"Conscientious scruples AGAINST buyin? stock in a gold mine? I have no such scruples. I purchas:d my stock as a matter of principle. The Sermon on the Mount and the
"ten ccmmsnlir.ents don't corae into the matter and theology needn't. .The fact is, I admire a miner's wealth. It is clean. There is no blood or orphans' or widows' tears on it. It
"is acquired a "-ay from the scheming and cut-throat competition that characterizes ordinary ventures, where the success of one man so often means the disaster and downfall of some
"other man. cr, perhaps, a number of men. Nobody has-been pinched: nobody has been wronsed. The miner who digs a fortune out of the ground has the satisfaction that he
"hasn't tobVel a soul, even though hs becomes a hundrea limes a millionaire. As I look at the matter, there are few producers of wealth. The many live on the few. The only man
"comuaralic with the miner is th? farmer. He gets what he has direct from nature, but he produces perishable wealth. While he meets a want, his contribution to the world's
"veilth therefore is not a permanent one like the miner's. The gold miner is today the king wealth producer of the country, and I honor him above all others. It is no dishonor; it
"needs no arolosy to emulate his eximplc or assist him in his efforts. That is the whole question in a nutshell."
And vl'o shall say that this clergyman wasn't right, be his critic a Methodist, an Episcopalian, a Catholic, or a Chinese Confucian?
f.rt from being the cleanest business, mining is one of the best and safest and soundest and most conservative businesses under the sun PROVIDED you get into the right
mine with the right people.
The "NAYFLOWER" Mine h a proven gold mine, and certified as such by the U. S. Government, th; Nevada County Promotion Committee who are on the spot, ond by
several, Honolulu gentlemen who have betn on the spot, and It is in the hands of honest and honorable men. Its guiding spirit is an American who located and developed by his
penius one of the greatest mines that exist in Canada the "Sultana" a man who was honored on his last visit to Europe by being elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical So
ciety of England, and that honor is not conferred promiscuously on Tom, Dick, Harry, or your uncle Annie. Enough said. BUY MAYFLOWER S TOOK. BUY IT NOW!
M. IVAN DOW,
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent. Hilo. Hawaii
Fiscal Agent, Mayflower Mine
Office, Suite 51 & 25 Alexander Young Big.
PHONE 499 a"' Write or Phone for Prospectus
Buy It Now
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