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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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Present Litigation Makes
URGES 0N LEGISLATORS
NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF SCIEN
Df'it 801 P RoUtcster.N Y..U.S.A.
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Other Matters Dealt With Moral
1 Tone of Town Dr. Raymond
Tclis c Taxation.
W. C. Teaeock & Co., Ltd.,
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Mr. and Mrs.
INO, and other
4-J4 KING 8T.,
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attorney-at-Law ,for the District
Courts; Notary Public; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. ; Afecnt to Grant
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
35- BULLETIN ADS PAY -K2
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Oalv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets and seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Mc'nl Work and Flumbing.Estimatcs,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
iltlj. SJil. 140 K.IMU ST.
XP"""For Rent" cardi on sale at
Mie Bulletin olflco.
(Spo'lnl to the II ti I 1 e t I n)
AlU'Kr. .Viiul. March ', One
or the ir.n t Interesting; nml em'msi
imMi meetlncs o the Wnlluku lin
pioxcment An-mlnlloii was hold In
the WiiIHiKu limit houso Thursday
evening, March 4tli. Mr. Kculn pie
iilllcil. The fullowlnc members worn
present: W. A. MuKny. Kpv. W. AtiH
ltcv It. 11. DoiIro, 1). II. Cum .1. N. S.
Williams. Chas. W.llcox. Carl llw,
II. SI. Colte, It. A. Wndswoith. 1). II.
Davis, I)r. .1. II. Itnymiiml, J. (Inula,
I,, M. Ilnhlivln. The followliiR new
nienilicri) were clerteil: .1. Wiilnli. linos
Vincent, Simpson Decker, nml A.
Martlnscn. The secretary leported
Tor the executive committee wlint
that rmnniltteo had ilcinp tn cnrr unt
the wishes of the, association rotat
ing to the moral movement nml nlrti
the water imitroversy now pentlinB
In (be Tciiitorlal lonttii. Aitlon tin
the water qiicatlnn wim Inken with
the hope or kcciiiIhk nttlon heforo
the I.eKilatnre ailJoiiriiB.
On motion, the I'lct-hli'tit, Vlco
President WiidHxyjiilh, nml L. M. Ilalil
xli xvpre Instructed to write to the
Maul deleKntlon In the I.eplKlalnie,
lUKlliK upiin them the Rieat nece
nlty of ukIiik tnelr liest emleuvoi.4 m
wnnls In IiirIiik n final iiettlement of
llio Injunction now pontine heroic
TO CURE A GOLD IH ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinina
Tablets. AH druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
f AK1S MUDICIN12 CO. St. LouU, U.5.A,
llio llimnlittii rntirlii on Ibp Wnllltktl
ix ntor iUMtiim. a tlm rotniiinnlty
I-1 hwn xnrTerlnR Since llio Ihtll
union nf llio litjiint ittiti, new fM mi
ll m Mini wanted wntci for tlielr litem
i'R could not (ret It nt tiny price, and
will not set a ilrnp of water tltilll
Hip matter Is sol I led hy Hie courts or
I he l.CKlBlntUrc.
Boys' Drill Park.
.Mpkih. 1). II. c'nae. II. M. CoKc, nlid
otliiTH spolie on tho elllclcnry of thu
Juvenile mllltln rompoKed of boys
ranging hetWcpu the iiKca of S mid
12, who have lieen on netlvo In
(Irllllui;. Mr. CoKe was appointed a
committee, to ran vim funds for
ciliilppliiK tho lioys with uniform1),
Kiiii3 nml a Ortim. Mr Garcia xpoko
nliout the tipconslty nf getting a new
yulillc Park for Wnlluku In place of
Well's I'ark which hail licome loo
entail for baaelinll games. Mr. Wilcox
advanced Ihc Idea of geltlnic th gov
pinnipnt to pxpIiiiuci1 a portion of tho
7S ucrp of I'iiI.ikiII land nt Wnlolin
lictity-flvp nciea of which nro oicel
lent catto landl nn ih lenrp of snlrt
tiacl to t!i" Wi-Miiku Sugar Co. will
pxplrv May I. i'.! A nnmbrr of Wt I
Inku c'tlMns xv.in this tract tit be
used for linmcKfcd lots for Havrallann
who need InmiH, other seem tn think
that l only n blind for piumlng llji
control of the lauds ultimately into
tho liniidH of Biinici natives vim nro
dolnf; their utmost to got tho llawull
0118 In kell all their' lauds. ",
Tho chair appointed the following
committee on park: ("lias. V'llcn,
Hev. W. Ault nml J. (Jaicla. The pom
intlloo lulcnlexved JIntiager II, II.
l'enhallow of the Walluku Sueur Co.
this morning nml found him very fa
vorublo to thu Idea of flchungni; u
tract tnnknl or Hie Wnlluku Depot and
below tho Sprockets dluh running to
Mr. Cnso lntniitucpil a lesolutlnu do
plarlng thnt Ii xxnx unwise to ultor tho
ptesont llipinr laxx It xns ordered
that tho icsoliitlou be sent to tho
President of the Semite, Speaker- of
the Ilmisii. nml to the Mnul Dolegu
lion In tho IKlsliitme.
Dr. Itaymnnd spnke of the lnlor,ost
lug meeting he anemlcd In Honolulu
uliero tho loading men of affairs of
tho Teirltory expresseij Ihelr tliiws of
'lie tax problem, and lie urgod upon
the association the need of taking
ihoio ncllvo Interest In the bills now
pending before both houacH of tho
legislature. Tim speaker wns glad to
know that the .M .ml Dclegnllnu In the
b'gl-.laluro lime been sending nil. tho
IiIHh of bath Ii-iitb to llio association
Tor tlielr caiutil poimml nnd sucges-tious.
Tnltntfn It.iaiMAes flfUnA nimn WZtl (
Bulletin Editorial Room Phou 18.T,
About the Advertiser
The Ghas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 King, Street Phone 371
PEOPLli do not take up the paper to read the'
ads. Nothing is further from thejr thoughts.
They want tire news, and any ad that is de
.' signed to be read must litcrallygrip their
attention by its force, originality, and its special
appeal to their interest.
The advertiser isa "butter in." He must get the
attention of the reader and hold it long enough to
make a definite impression. He is pitted against the
scholar, the story writer, the editorial writer, the
artist- and he must turn out better stuff than they
do. His sentences must be catchy and to the point.
Each sentence must say something there is no room
tor rhetorical embellishments.
That's why the advertiser should employ the
services of -trained and experienced advertising men.
We have something to say to yoti about
advertising. King us up.
cf the "MAYFL0WES" (XVAWti ft CHANNEL MINING CO. is Mr.
William George Mctlcy whose photoiituih is j-.rcsent:d herewith and a
full sketch of whom personal ca:eer and professional record may bo
lead in the February issue of THE SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN MAGA
Z1NE. Mr. Motley is the senior rceTber 02 tbe firm 0' W. G. Motley 4:
Co., tbe wcll-kiioAT. mining cnginsen, at 32 Bicadway, New York
City. Ho kaa h-J cv;: thirty year c::p:ricuce in minini encratiens m
various nsrh of fie world, and his o-r:ar nn,ves n notable ILLUSTRA
TION OS THE ITxUTH OF THE OLD SAYING that "nothing succccdi
l.ko sl5." In 1837, v!'cr. on a v .it Is Europe, where reports of his
mining successes Lai already prscsdd Ir'm. hi uas mndc a Fellow of the
Royal Gc:gnphiral Sonet? of Emj and and tf the Ro-al Colonial Ituti-t-t:
Ensllsh lUr.ciers ciii;''-!;cJ lrt to conduct raining examinations
fir thorn 'i Central Canada, anl up:n his 1 ::o.-n:iundahon the eclebrat
cl r.ct'na Mine was punhased.
The tmauph he scored in Ih'.a z :-' mfn: wos cennncnted unon lav-sillj-.
ct the tiire, in ths Canadian G vt. anient Mining Reports.
Vv, Mctley holds the lioyal C;n 1 nn Humane Souitv's medal for
ehivahlo t:rviccs in rescuing, at tli: fcnm'ncnt lisk oMiis own life, eight
inincts fiom p buniir-r mir.r. ncir tin Regina. All'of the eiht men wen
taken oat imccnodous. a ninth dvin in Mr. 'fotley's aims.
In a lc.cnt interview, lefcrrin'. ti tls jtzcvcm 0? his latest cnter-.-'scs,
ha faid in part: 'I a.u not c :(!' a prrmoter. ns the term has
cmc ti be understjol. The ptesJAt-'av pra:nctc: is altogether too rone
to el. VI: to a pjopesition onl",in fai wc-thcr, abandoning it and allo?;
inv the ctockkcMm to shift for th?m"elvcs at ccca as the (list trifling ob.
tUtla nniset its eneawncc. Thnt mv go fcr promotion, but it dc:sn't
u.tt ni" iiina nf "-o&l business polio'. When I take up" an entcrorise. no
jra'tcr what it is, I cs-ct to Inve t; ccnrront otcasioiial difficulties, and
I kslieve In tticking to the job until 1 fca-s ovenome the ery last one of
"Gcci mining propisitions n:s" to le Inl in n'.l part-, of the coantiy,
lint the promoter who sits in his Civ office je.-.r in and car out isn't
lHsMsHclU?SV ?UNM ijflSsssssssssssH
ttHr fP1 JK. inBLPnsssssssH
.- .' ' I
likely to find many of them. The propositions that are brought to you
arc seldom worth considering. If you want a first-class enterprise to pro
mote and develop, you generally hav; go alter it. No, I wouldn't want
jou to put me down as a'promotcr.' I'm a practical mining man, and most
of my life I have been employed by capitalists, simuly as the means of in
creasing their wealth, through the op nation of properties purchassd under
my recommendations. Of late I hav: concluded to look after the operat-in-
end of the business myself, as w 11 as the professional end, and I am
perfectly satisfied with ray success s far. I am building u- an enormous .
list of correspondents, and just as sow as they leatn to understand this
new met'od of minin: promotion, ! think we will be able to demonstrate
through practical results obtained, fiat my idea is the right idei. It's
the sstem that will bring real divilend checks even though it doesn't
make 17 much noise as some of the otheis."
ftu Motley was asked for an cxiitssion of his opinion concerning
the Mayflower mine, in the Nevada C.tv district, in California, and he
"The Mayflower has already a re'ord to its credit .that has not been
caualled by a good many of the lead'n" gcld-pioducing mines in the
West that have been paying dividends for ycirs. When vou nuen a gicat
gold mine it is usua".- necessary to expend 0 modest foititnc in getting
uady for your futuu production, but the Mayflower has naid its own
way from the beginning, and in addition to that, has equipped itself, as
vol misrht say, with one of the fine it rolllin- nlant3 on the Coast, As
an investment proposition it is cas'lv superior to anv'of the big gold
proscrtics that bave been biought to the public's attention within the '
r-ast twelve or fifteen years. .It will shortly be realized. I am surs, that
the Mayflower is to California wha Comstock was to Nevada years ago,
md what tho Homestake is today t South Dakota. The dividends paid
by tj-s Mayflower mine, naturally, will co to these who rcconize this fact
in time to secure the stock while it offm n '-as's for a splendid invest
ment: and to this end I can assure you. seriously that there is no time
like the present."
GEO. M. SHAW, Agent, llilo.
Fiscal Agent, Mayflower Mine
Utlice, 5i5ite 5 1 & 45 Alexander Young Big.
PHONE 499 Gl1"' Wfite or Phono for Prospectus
Buy It Now
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