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RVRNtNO tltllXRTIN. IIONOI.ttl.tt, T. tin TJIMSDAY. SJAFI. Sl 1910.
Party Will Visit Mint
While In San Francisco
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Lasl Day Of
Contestants All Trying To Get One More
Block Of The
"I nm KolK tu try unit get ono
more subscription" hus been ,tno
motto of the contestant. In District
l since yesterday morning. The fact
that the special vote offer expires
today at five o'clock has added an
Impetus to tho vote-getting cam
palgn that Increased tho vote. Issue
to almost doublo that of tho first
week of tho Popularity Contest.
favcry active candidate In this dis
trict got one or nioro of tho blocks
of extra votes that nro offered, and
some of these were secured through
tho thouBhtfulncsB of the oindl-
11 laa' fplanrla whn n n Inln thtt
u a iiiviiuv) nnu tumu iiuu ii
1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n offlco and renewed
mcir siiDHcrinuons unnnown to mo
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.oo uuiieiin pany wm.o in
San Francisco this summer will visit
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A description follows that gives an
account of what they will see:
Should you visit a United States
mint In one of the several cities
where, such institutions arc located,
tho doorkeeper will usher you Into n
reception room, whero you will reg
ister your name In a great book and
bo shown a wonderful collection of
rare old coins. In a few minutes
when a party of 15 or so has gather
ed, one of tho three conductors, who
nro Grand Army men, wilt lead you
down a stairway, whero for five min
utes ho will entertain you with, the
history of a deposit of gold from the
time It Is received until It Is coined.
If you happen to have ISO or more
In gold dust, oras a brick, you will
be taken to the reselver of deposits,
who weighs your gold and gives you
receipt for the troy ounces It bal
ances.' ' It is then locked In un Iron
box and taken to the deposit metier,
who melts it in a crucible and pours
It into a mold, from which It Is
emptied In the form of a bar of met
al. This Is then sent to the assayer,
who finds just how much gold, sil
ver and base metal Is In It, Pure
gold Is worth J20.67 per ounce troy,
hence If the assayer reports the gold
as being "900 fine," It means that
the depoglt contains Just 90 per cent
of the yellow metal, and Is worth
$1S. GO per ounce. The next day you
will receive a certificate, un which
the cashier will pay you the value
of your deposit in bright gold and
silver coin, less a few small charges
to cover the cost of melting, assay
ing and refining.
The conductor will next lead you
to the deposit melting room and here
you will see white hot furnaces,
heated by gas, where the deposits
are being taken out of locked boxes,
placed In graphite crusibles, melted
and poured Into bars.
The gold and silver over 99.9 per
cent fine, is sent down to tho Ingot
melting rooms, where It is melted
with one-ninth Its weight of coppc
In order to mako it tough and wear
well, Ono thousand parts of metal
after it is melted into Ingots will
contain 900 parts of precious metal,
as proven by assay.
The Ingots of gold or sliver, which
you saw being melted and poured In
to molds, aro taken to the coiner,
who ro-welghs them and dollvers
them to the operators of' tho rolling
machines. An average gold Ingot
weighing 72 ounces, and worth 1,
31)0, Is a foot In length and half un
Inch In thickness. After it has been
paused through these powerful roll
ers it becomes about Ave feet In
length. The Ingot Is then called a
"strip," which has to bo heated to
a cherry red for come minutes In or
der to totten it and render It fit for
' cutting without cracking. After bo
Ipg' annealed lu a gas furnace the
.ctrlps are cooled in water, dried,
..coated with beeswax, pointed at ono
' end and pulled through a draw bench
by a powerful moving chuln. This
reduces the thickness of tho strlpj
to tho exuet size, whereupon they
are fed through cutting premier) Hint
punch out the "blanks" at the rnto
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uinnKB ure eurciuiiy whuiicu, uriun
and dcllveied to the adjustrctt, a
number of ladles who weigh each
blank, llllng off any extra weight
and separating any Imperfect pieces.
i tic windows in this room arc dosed
to prevent lino gold particles from
blowing uwny and once overy four
years the carpet Is burned, tho ashes
of the last one yielding $9070.
The blatiks aro then put through
a milling machine at the rate of 10 n
fcccdn h , b conlureiillion raises
a ring urountt the edge of tho coin,
Onco nioro tho metal Is annealed In
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it ruuuui iiiruuiu uuu wuin.-in.-u vj
I plunging hot Into a tank of dilute
Ml h(r (lc(, wnl)hC(l( urcd and
cleaned In sawdust and then taken
o the pressroom for coining, in this.
the last room tho visitor enters, pow
erful coining pscs, exerting it
pressure of 150 tons, stump tho de
signs of dies placed above and be
low the blank. At tho Instant tho
impressions aro formed on tho
"head" und "tail" of tho blank Its
milled edgo Is "reeded" with minute
notches ind tho pleco of niotul be
comes n coin. Aflcr passing closo
Inspection It Is placed with others
of the sumo denomination In a sack
and stored In ono of tho great
The San Krnnclsco mint has brok
en sovernl world's records, among
them being tho coining of $R4,933y
520 In doublo eagles in 33 da) a.
More than 1300,000,000 has been
stored In this vast treasure houso at
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Friends by one or two subscrip
tion coupons can place inany of tho
randtdatcs'ln a position Jthat will In-
iirorate the good wishes of other
friends who are sfower to act, A
few thousand .vott placed now will
be much more appreciated by the
contestant than a few weeks later.
If your lrlend Beems unable to get
started sufficiently, to bring support
from a host of other friends of whom
you know, why not act at once?
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to the Bulletin must al
ways mention the n&mes of the con
testants they wish to vote for, as all
ballots are filled out in full before
leaving office. You can hold back the
ballots as lone as you wish.
Every subscription payment made
on or since March 7 entitles the pay
er to votes. Present receipts and
votes will be issued. You vote for
two candidates u trio and a chap
erone contestants An equal number
of votes, as Risen in the standing
vote schedule, ire issued for each
Tri-weeUy cpunta are bein made
on Tuesday, irursoay ana Saturday.
The results of J these counts are nub-
llshed on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Ballets intended for these
counts should! be in the Bulletin
office by 4 o'clock of "the day the
count is made.
How Votes' Are Issued,
Each corjy of the Hulletln
will contain a coupon, which, when1
properly filled out, will entitle tho
holder to yfotes of the number speci
fied. Thlii number will vary from,
day to dajy. No advance announce
ment of ,')he number of votes will bo
given.' iotes will also be Issued on
paid subscriptions to tho Kven
I n g and Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n In
proportion to the length of time
such subscriptions are paid In ac
cordance with the schedule appear
ing belo v.
Nominations Not Closed.
There: seems to bo an impression
that uciminations aro closed forever
more, tlro far as this contest Is con
cerned., The nominations aro not
closed, Hjnd will not bo until the ond
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I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
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" (This coupon is not good after Monday, A pri, 11)
Fill, in name of your favorite candidate and' send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
of tho contest. You could, If you
wish, nominate a candidate on tho
lust day of' the contest.
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No, 1 Includes the Clty.and
County of Honolulu.
District .No.' 2 Includes tho County
Dlstrlit No. 3 Includes tho County
District No. 4 Includes tho County
Don't forget the candidates fur
chaperone are candldates-aMarge.
I You may take tho trip any Hum you
.choose, hlngly or In groups.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono month's subscription to
n v o n I n g It it 1 1 o 1 1 n Old
scrlptlon, 100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Tlirco months' subscription (o tho
K v'o n I n g D u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 350 voles; new subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Evening II u I lot In Old sub
scription, 800 votos; now subscription.
One year's subscription to tho
Evening Bu I lot in Old. sub
scription, 2000 votes; now subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Five years' rubscrlptlon to the
Evening Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 15,000 votes; now subscrip
One year's subscription to tho
Weekly Du Ho tin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; now subscription, 125
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Hullo tin Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; new subscription,
SCENES ALONG THE ROUTE OF
CAinO, Egypt, Mar. 29. Until
March 28 tho ancient laud of Egypt
played host to Colonel Theodore
Hoosovelt. Then he left this c'omi-
try for Naples und the triumphs thut
await, him lu Europe, Hut he did
not part fruui tho laud of the nliar-
oahs without beelug ull the old won
ders along the Nile that have held
tho Interested attention of the world
for many centuries. Among tho
places and buildings of Interest vis
ited by the returning hunter and
his party were,' besides the sphinx
ami (hu pyramids, tho great temple
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THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription to tho
Evening Dullotl n, 75 cents.,
Thtco montlib' subscription to tho
Evening II ill lot I n,; $2.00.
Six- months' subscription to tho
Evening bulletin, 14,00.
Twelve months' subscription to tho
Evening Julio tin, 8.00.
Flvo years' subscription to
Evening Hullo tin. $40.00.
Ono ycar'r subscription to
Wookly II ii 1 1 o 1 1 it. 11.00.
Flvo years' subscription to
Wookly Ui'llotln, 15.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B. McSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m, to 4:30 p. m.
Tho Princess Ilink Is opon every
afternoon and evening' now, and
every week polo games' and races
will be Introduced. Tonight a vot
ing contest begins. Tho prize, a
lino ukulele from Nuncs' shop, wnl
be' given 'to the most popular lady
skater. An admission' ticket secures
two votes, and' a skate ticket one
more. Tho contest closes Saturday,
WHY TAKE ANY CHANCES
with some untried medicine for di
arrhea, ornpms, dysentery, when for
70 years-)' Painkiller (Perry. Davis')
has been relieving millions of cases,
AT LUXOR rW-&$fln
of lsis on the Island o( I'hllae and
tho smaller temples, the ruins of the
pnlnci" mill ntlier tnictures nt I.tix-
or, thu verv ancleiit atatuury wlilcli '
ndoriig ths banlts of the rlvor Nile.
Senator From Alabama Frees1 'the
Name of a Northern Soldier
From Dishonor. '
WASIIINfiTON, March tfc Senator
Johnston, of Alabama, who recently
ns a member of tho Committee on Mil
llary Affairs, favorably reported a.blli
tcniovlng tho chnrrfo of dctteftfun from
tho record of a Union soldfer named
Herd, has been In receipt of many
complimentary letters front Northern
people. Senator Johuston was n Con
federate soldier with, a fine record,
but despite thin and being also a Dem
ocrat he litis been Invited to come to
Michigan mid iccelyo anything that
tho voters of that Slate can gtvo to'
him. C. II. Hcckcrt, a prominent mem
ber of the Michigan legislature, anil
h O, A. It. man, hns written Senator
Johnston' a letter thanking him for his
magnanimity in relloving a former op
ponent from tho charge of desertion
and Tor taking tho trouble 6f Investi
gating the caso. "My only regret,"
snyi Stnlo Scnntor Hcckcrt, "and a
number of comrades hero Is that you
do not live In Michigan so that wo
could show our appreciation, pf the
spirit you have shown toward, a late
enemy," The letter winds up by tell
Ing Senator Johnston that If ha will
visit Michigan ho will ho shown that
"nothing Is too good for Johnston;"
and ho Is Invited to cinch, his visit by
making hlshomcTtrioro, ,
LORD ROSEBERY WILL ,
SEE Bid FIGHT
Examiner,. March '17: Tho Earl or
ftosobcry, former premier of England
and ono of the foremost statesmen In
Iho United Kingdom, is coining nil tho
wny from England to wI'iiosm tho bat
tin for the heavyweight championship
of tho world between James .1. -Jeffrie
and Jack Johnson, the negro, on July
Iord Itost-bcry will head n party of
100 enthusiastic Englishmen. In tho
party will bo ninny members of the
nobility, almost nil of thc.ni members
of Parliament. Ringside scats hnve
already been engaged, A special train
do luxo, hnB been chartered, to carry
tho parly from Now York to, tho Gold
Lord Ilosebcry's Interest In sporting
events Is well known. ' For, years he
has 'raced his horses on the. KiiplM,
turf. One of his thrco groat ambition
In life was to win tho classic Eng
llsh Derby and this ambition ho
achieved some years ago. Ho Is an
amateur boxer or skill and Is greatly
Interested In nil matters, pugilistic.
After tho battle tho party will tour
the country on tho specie' ltruln. All
tho largo cities will be visited and it
Is probable, that two or thrco days will
bo spent In Chicago.
and the modern dam at Assuan. In
his limpeutlon of thcao undent und
niuderu wondoiB Colonel Itoosevelt
wub Joined by Mm. Itoosevolt uml
for Infant! and Children.
What is Cast or ia?
C ASTORIA Is a harmless suhstltnte for Castor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops and Soothing; Syrups. It is
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic snbstanco (Narcotlcn stupefy). Its
age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and nllajs
Fererlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
It rellcYcs Teething Troubles, cures Constipntlon
ana natuiency. it assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural
deep. The Children's Panacea Tho mother's
The -7,-s2- ' on CT"T wrnppnr
ignatare of 1aS CUiAvtC orcruiino nt.rln
rnysicians Recommend castorin.
" My pUnU InTttUMr rl Iho nctlnn of yoot
"Dsrtsf mr mttlel tirnrtlc I knon of nrrrnl
mm. whtnyonr t'ulorl. vr pmrrlhnt nml
Rltbaoodremlu.' K. Monosm, M. D.,
"Tout CMtorl It crrulnly i no ctritnt tf mly
Tor chlMrrn I know of. I ktioir to olhcr pro
prteUrj pctpsniloa which I. IK rol."
B. 8. Stiiwiim, H. D.,
Kum City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
A pure, wholesome, delicious con
densed milk of the best quality.
Its Purity and Quality are ABSOL
The price- is lower than that of
other milks because it is made in im
merse quantities by the largest manu
facturers of condensed milk in America.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
( your, footwear hat given you iny cause for dis
satisfaction, come to us for a pair of Women's Regal
Shoes and put an end to all your footwear, troubles.
Only in the most, expensive custom footwear
will you bnd the same dainty styles and perfect
fit that you get in our Women's Regal Shoes.
' We have the exclusive local Regal agency.
Regal Shoe Store
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