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Advertising Vitally Essential
To Modern Business Life
"CMFTliHN years ago the most enthusiastic advertiser
- would not have believed the statement that tne
time would come when white flour would be exten
sively advertised. "Advertise the Staff of Life? Never!
People cannot get along without flour, and we will
get our share of the trade."
. But now, the magazines, newspapers, and bill
boards are crowded with ads for breakfast foods, whole'
wheat foods, etc., that are claimed to have more
nutriment in' them than white flour, and, conse
quently, they have created a popular demand for
tnese goods which has forced the miller to advertise
extensively to hold' ''his share of the trade," each
endeavoring as best he can to convince .the public
that his particular brand of "the staff of life" is better
than any other brand of white flour.
All thiS indicates something to the thinking man.
He is now coming to sec that advertising is absolute
ly essential to the successful conducting ot any busi
Let us have a talk with you about your ailvertibing.
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 King Street
one 37 l
DOVE OF PEACE
Mayor' and Board Now
Do Dwell In Brotherly
The 'Onc-tuo-tlirec" net la ot
dcntly n tliltiK of the p.mt, na fnr hb
(he deliberations of (lie Hon id ot Su
lienlaoiR aro concerned. To the sur
IiiIfo of (ho assembled, spectators,
Mnor Tern put oory modem nt Inst
night's meeting, 1m hiding motions to
adopt reports of (he Ilo.it d's Bttindlng
The Mirprlso cimo carl) In tho
meeting, when Supervisor (Julnn ic
porteil for tho Iloail Committee.
"I nunc. Hint the report of . tlio
committee he adopted," s.tld () ill nil.
Ml In fuor of adopting tho teport
nf tho commltteo Miy nje," camo tho
espouse fioin Ills Honor
Thcio wns n look of blank amaze
ment on ewrj faie, mid tho falling
of a pin could lime been lie.ird in tho
loom Logan looked mound with u
relieved smile and fiilrl) showed
Ae." Tor tho flist time In his
tory, McClell.'in voted with tho ni.t
Joilty on a standing committee re
port. General Good Feeling
Then ever) one started out to Bhnw
that tho eia of good fi cling vns mi
In earnest. Ajlelt looKid toward tho
Chnlr with an ingr.itlntlng smllo and
Qiilnn fahly hi lined
Just how the (ompromlso was ef
fected, no one was willing to say, hut
Uiclo.uiiH no mistaking tho gincrnl
ttlluf o( both Ills Honor, tho major
ity, and the mlnorlt.
Hut for the cvldtnco ot a truce
between the kglxlullvo and tho exec
utive brandies of tho City and Coun
t government, ilii.ro was nothing no
table In last night's meeting. Tho
usual routine s gone through with
with unusual expedition, and Logan
only lind to nte, there was no moro
"Gentlcnicn, Mr Mnor has rctuscd
to put the question ' for htm.
Supervisor Qulnn, as chairman of
tho Itoad Committee, picscntcd two
liuilgets,, totalling S 170 and $74.30 rq
spectlvely, Holh were allowed by
Supervisor Cox, chairman of tho
Police. Committee, piescnlcd demands
totalling WO. IS fnr this depart
uienl. 'I hey were allowed without
Supervisor Alil.i, for the l'ubllc )
peudltiiiei) Committee, presented n
iiumher of budgets There vvns n
Mipplj demand for $lfi.", n demand
for S-'O Itu, losts in thn insp of Col
li i vs Trent, $17 1. 8ft for alterations
In the paitltlons at tlic City Ilnll,
ami $.121. liii to settle up the.old dam
age suit of Costn vs Trent, a legacy
fioin the old County government
'1 he Committee on Tire Department
ami i:iec(ilc Lights presented salary
demands totalling S1GGG.98.
A communication from tho Major,
announcing that the Hoard had been
United, through him, to be present at
the start of tho Marathon race on
Sumlaj, was read. On motion of
Siipei visor (Julnn, the Invltntlon was
Road Torn Up
Logan stilled that ho had Informa
tion to the effect that Japanese had
been tearing up Klglith nvenuo to
get nicks Qulnn Bald that lie
thought the Sheriff should be In
formed, nnd Instructed to send some
men out to put a stop to the prac
tice Ailett thought that the mat
ter was up to the chairman of flio
Itoad Committee, nnd Qulnn icspond-
ed sharpl) that ho would take great
pleasutc In looking after the affair.
On motion of Supervisor Avlett,
tho meeting adjourned until 4
o'clock this afternoon.
Immediately after adjournment tho
lloiiil went Into executive session
with the Major In Ills Honor's office,
nppirontly to patch up old disputes
and cement tho compact of brothcily
Dnuikcnness Is a progressiva ills
rase, tho moderate drinker Is not sat
isfied with two or three drinks a day,
tho craving for moio nnd moro be
comes Ineslstlblc ns tho disease ad
vances; tho result Is Chronic Alcohol
ism The treatment used successfully by
thousands right In their own homes Is
Orrlnc It Is sold under a positive
guarantee to effect a euro or jour
money will bo refunded.
Orrlno No 1, Is the secret remedy;
Ofrlno No. 2 Is for thoso willing to
take tho treatment. Hither form costs
. Wrlto Tho Orrlno Co , Washing
ton, I). C , for booklet, mailed In plain
Ecnlcd envelope. Sold by leading drug'
glstH and In this city by Honolulu
Drug Co , 1 ort street.
Theatrical magnate asserts Thomas
II Williams was Alice Nlclsbn's
.Mrs w K Vnnilcrbllt to spend mil-'
llou In fight against tuberculosis.
It Is sold the world over. k Is the
choice of all discriminating beer
drinkers and has established the
standard of quality in the art of
-J-1 "lEJlil 'IP'IK
THE ORIGINAL SINOER
Will Open, MARCH 1ST nt the old stand on King St.
Will make GOOD BREAD and FANCY CAKES.
Genuine Coffee Cakes a Specialty
Made by a German Baker
We will deliver the Roods every day to all parts of
the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give us a trial.
Max Hiemann - Manager
of the "MAYrLOWER" QUARTZ & CHANNEL MINING CO. is Mr.
William George Motley, whose photograph is presented herewith and a
full sketch of whose personal career and professional record may be
read in the February issue of THE SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN MAGA
ZINE. Mr. Motley is the senior menber of the firm of W. G. Motley &
Co., the well-known mining cngin:ers, at 32 Broadway, New York
City. He has had over thirty yean' experience in minim; ouerations in
various parts of the world, and his career proves a notable ILLUSTRA
TION OF THE TRUTH OF THE OLD SAYING that "nothing succeeds
like success." In 1887, when on a v sit to Europe, where reports of his
mining successes had already precede him, he was made a FelUw of the
Royal Geographical Society of Eng'and and of the Roal Colonial Insti
tute. English financiers engaged him to conduct mining examinations
for them ;n Central Canada, and upon his recommendation the celebrat
ed Iterina Mine was purchased.
The triumph he scored in this great mine was commented unon lav
sihly. at the time, in the Canadian Government Mining Reports.
Mr. Motley holds the Royal Caindion Humane Society's medal for
rhivalrio services in rescuing, at th) imminent risk of his own life, eight
miners from a burning mine, near th? Rcginti. All of the eiht men were
taken out unconscious, a ninth dying in Mr. Motley's arms.
In a recent interview, referring to the progress of his latest enter
prises, he said in part: "I am not exictlv a promoter, as the term has
tome to be understood. The presnt-dav promoter is altogether too nrone
to stick to a proposition onlv in fair weather, abandoning it and allow
mtr the stockholders to shift for themselves as soon as the first trifling ob
ttaclc makes its appearance. That mav go for promotion, but it doesn't
meet my idea of p-ood business poller. When I take up an enterprise, no
matter what it i I exect to have to confront occasional difficulties, and
I believe in sticking to the job until I have overcome the very last one of
"Good mining propositions are to be had in all parts of the country,
but the promotei who sits in his City ofllce year in and year out isn't
GEO. M. SHAW. Agent, liilo.
likely to find many of tlrem. The pr juositions that arc bought to yo.i
are seldom worth considering. If you want a first-class enter-rise to pro
mote and develop, you generally havj go after it. No, I wouldn't want
jou to put me down as a'promoter.' I'm a practical mining man. and most
of my life I have been employed by capitalists, simnly as the means of in
creasing their wealth, through the opiration of properties purchastd under
my recommendations. Of late I liav; concluded to look after the opcrat-in-
end of the business mywlf, as wsll as the professional end, and I am
perfectly satisfied with my success s far. I am building u- an enormous
list of correspondents, and just as 30-m as they learn to understand this
new mct'od of mining piomotion, I .think wc will le able to demonstrate
through practical results obtained, tiat inv idei is the right idei. It's
the system that will bring real divilend checks even though it doesn't
make p.i much noise as some of the others."
Mr. Motlev was asked for an ex trcssion of his opinion concerning
the Mayflower mine, in the Nevada C t- district, in California, nnd ha
"The Mayflower has already a re'ord to its credit that has net been
cnualled by a good many of the lead n" gold-piodnring minei in the
West that have been paying dividen h for yeirs. When ou ppen a gieat
gold mine it is usualy necessary to eipend a modest fortune in getting
ready for your future production, but the Mayflower has paid its own
way from the beginning, and in addition to that, has equipped itself, as
you mitht say, with one of the fine t millin nlantj on the Coast. As
im investment proposition it is cas lv superior to anv of the big gold
proocrties that have been brought ti the rablic's attention within tho
nast twelve or fifteen years. It will shortlv be realized. I am sure, that
the Mayflower is to California what Comsto'k uas to Nevada vcau ago.
ind what the Horoestake is tfldav t South Dakota. The dividends paid
by the Maj flower mine, naturally, will po to those who reccnize this fact
in time to secure the stock while it offers a bas's for a splendid invest
ment: and to this end I can assure you. tcriously, that thcio is no time
like the ptesent."
fA Fiscal Agent, Mayflower Mine
MS V T V 9 Office, Suite 5 1 & 25 Alexander Yoimg Big.
PHONE 499 Ga"' Wr'te or Phone for Prospectus
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