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Merry Struggle Commences In
"Bulletin's" Popularity Contest
' IN FIELD FOR AN
EARLY START IN
tunity As Well As Out
ing In Great Trips
When tho names of the fair jaung
women of Hawaii who liavo cast tho
dlo nnd filtered In-the popular voting
contest of tho Bulletin aro an
pounced noxt Saturday, tho contest
will mo been fourteen dnjs old It
Ik now ut whitu heat. Not only hao
inoi o Ihnn a Bcoro of young ladles en
tcied In tho contest hut each and u
cry one entered up to data Is In tho
field and working for a good start In
tho race. The old adage says that a
i;ood start Is hulf done, but tho a
lug will not provo true It Indications
count for anjthtng In tho 11 ill let In
contest, Hery contestant bo far en
tered will havo a good uturt before
Saturday comes and only those who
enter lata will bo left at tho poBt.
Tho list of contestants contains
many names belonging to iiininlncut
idling people of the city, Tho balloter
will bo puzzled to determine for whom
Ms ballot will bo cast, when ho picks
Tho real educational nluo ns well
ns the unrivaled opportunities foi en
joyment ortereil by tho trips which will
lo,awurded by the Hullo tin to (ho
'ultuiors of the contest, attract the
highest class of competitors In tho
battle for votes. Absolutely trie
from all forms of mlsieprescutatlon,
thoiu will bo n squaro shake for all.
N61 favorites nro to ho pla)cd and
prizes will be awarded strictly to
those getting the largest number of
otes hy fair means an award bused
Mildly on merit.
Tho Seattle trip for tho winning con
testant uud a chapcrono of her own
choosing, with expenses paid for both,,
) tho prUo around which tho contest
will ccntei, Tho second, third, and
fourth prizes), a titp to tho Alaska-Yukon
I'ncillc exposition, uru also con-
PER ANNUM comes to the man who secures "MAYFLOWER" stock at '25 Cents a share. That's how we figure it out on the basis of past pro
duction. But we're Roing to make past production look pretty measlvana that, too, in short order. Buy some Shares. Buy them early.
Buy them before breakfast. BUY'"MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW! We .are toinjr to mine as fast and furiously as money and brains
tan do the trick. And we know that we'll strike higher values with deeuer mining. That's the rule without exception in our district values
increase with depth. The "MAYFLOWER" is now about to show what it really CAN do in the way of tumine out (told bullion. Buy the Stock.
It's a snap at 25 Cents. But it before dinner. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW1 We.cannc-t ee there is a single element of
risk or speculation about this proposition. The mine has already made Rood, having produced to date nearly a Million Dollars, and that's go
ing some, and there is no question but that it will achieve increasingly greater results under our aggressive management. There it no guess
work here. We have the raw material, the royal stuff, and we have a magnificent "Plant. We're selling Stock to finance connections, fof it
takes money to mine and mill gold-bearing quartz. Take on a block of the Stock. Buy it to the limit. BuvMt before you gtf to bed. BUY
"MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW. It's non-essessable Stock and fully paid up. It's Par Value is One Dollar. It's selling today at
25 CENTS per Share. We predict it will eo to par, on its merits, in less than a year. Get in at the intioduction price. Oet in right and
right away. The "MAYFLOWER" is a "comer" it's the coming "EWA" of its section, and don't you forget it. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTU
NITY. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
GRO. M. SHAW
HILO, HAWAII V
No candidate will be credited with more than one of
these NOMINATING BALLOTS.
Good for 3000 Votes
IN BULLETIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST
Must be voted on or before SATURDAY, JAN. 2ND,
Please enter 3000 votes for
. THIS COUPON, if presented at the Bulletin
office at Honolulu, T. H before Saturday, January 2nd
1000, will be accepted for 3000 Votes in favor of
the contestant named therein.
Each candidate allowed only one NOMINATING
The Evening Bulletin Popular
fill in the name of the young woman you wish to vote for
and the district in which she lives. Bring or mail to Man
ager Contest Department, care ofEveningBulletin,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ON EVOTE FOE
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Jan. 25th)
rldcred In almost covetous light li) tho
populur girls Thero will bn other In
ducunuits ortereil unit lidded to dur
ing tho contest which will ho nttiuc
tho to contestants.
Judges for the lontcnt will be chosen
anil announced at a Inter date Tho
Judges will be chosen from among
piomlneut buslnesi men oi tin city
and announced In ample tlmo for any
contestants wishing to enter objection
- EVENING DULLETIN.
VOTES - 3000
to do so.
Heiuembor that all who enter their
names In this good natured lmttlo for
ballots before I'll flay wilt have 3000
tree ballots upposfiu their names on
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONED AS FOLLOW8:
Dlstilct No. 1 Includes tho City anil
Count of Honolulu.
Dlstilct No 2 Includes tho County
- HONOHJLUr - T.M., MONDAY, DEC -
MIVHN HOW Fal Agent,
, f . ,X V "Mayflower" Mine
Office, Suite 51 and 52 Alexander Yoking Big.
INVESTORS AND INVESTIGATORS WELCOMED!
District No. 3 Includes the County
, District No. 4
Includes the County
Tho fifth trip, wilt -.bo for the
chaperon, who will b chosen by 'the
joung woman securing tho highest In
dividual vote. Irrespective of district
You may take tho trip any time you
Choose, slngl) or In groups.
Four Separate Contests.
Tho Kv o n I n g 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is con
ducting four separate and distinct coi.
tests' at the same time.
Tho joung woman who receives the
highest number of otes In District
No. 1 will be Eh en first-class transpor
tation both ways, and hotel accommo
dations whllo In Seattle and San Fran
The oiing woman In District No. 2
will recele tho same trip to Seattle
and San Francisco, with tho sauio ac
commodations as tho one In District
Tho young woman In District No. 3
J receiving tho highest number of otcs
win receive tho same trip as tho )Oung
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
Tho young woman in District No. A
lecelvlng tho highest vote will reecho
tho same trip and accommodations as
tho three above mentioned districts.
VOTE8 ,ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS "
One month's subscription to the
K v e n,l n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription, fiO votes; now subscription,
65 votes, , ,
Tlueo months' subscription to the
Evening H u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scrlptlon, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2G0 votes. ,
Six mouths' subscription ito tho
Kroning Bulleti n Old sub
scription, COO votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
Ono year's subscription to the
Evening n u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; now subscrip
tion, 1C00 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Itulleti n Old1 sub
scription, 10,000 votes; new sub
scription, 16,000 totes.
One year's subscription to' "the
W e o Ic 1 y 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scrlptlon ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 12C votes,
Fhe cars' subscription to the
Weekly 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scrlptlon, 125Q votes; new subscrip
tion, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF .THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 18
One month's subscription to tho
Evening Hullo tin, 75 cents.
Three months' subscription to the
n V o n I n g U II 1 1 e 1 1 n, $2 00.
Six mouths' subscription, to the
E v o u I n g B u 1 1 u 1 1 n, 14 00,
Twelve mouths' subscription to tho
E v o n I n g U u 1 1 o 1 1 n, IS 00.
Flvo years' subscription to
Evan lug Bulletin 110 00.
Ono car's subscription to
Woo k If II ii lot in, MOO,
Fio, ) ears'., subscription 'to1
WiukMy U) J Vv 1 1 n g llSOtf.
Board Of Trade Will
Be Reorganized And
HILO, Huwall, Dec. 22. The Tri
bune says: It has not been dead,
but Merely sleeping, and being at
Iuai crouBcd. vlic llllo Hoard of Tnl'i
Is'olng to work like a giant re
freshed. Secretary Vicars made a
special muster of members, on Tura
da last, and In leipance u .arso nnd
lepreseiitatlve gathering assembled
at Firemen's Hull, Including Messrs.
John A. Scott, C. C. Kennedy, J. T.
Molr, E. N. Holmes, C. B. Wright,
W. II. Smith, II. V. Patten, John Ha
ker, Demosthenes Lycurgus, Wm.
Mncka), E. Klchurds, It. T. Ouard,
D, E. Metjger, E. Austin, Frank Med
calf, P. C. Ileainor, E. N. Deyo, II.
Vicars, C. II. Iluckland, C. C. Cas
tmdyk, W. H. C. Campbell, nnd
I'u nos Porphyres. ,
John A. Scott, chairman, called
the meeting to order, and stated that
he had deemed It well to call them
together to consider whether It was
ncffssary to reorganize the Hoard of
Trade, which had been In u dormant
state for some years. Much good
had been done by it In the past and
it could do, much In the future it alt
worked unitedly. At present It wol
deslrablo that they should strength
en the hands of the Delegate at
Washington In obtaining appropria
tions for the Federal building in
Hllo nnd for tho harbor and break
After a general discussion, In
which most of those present took
part. It was agreed thut the Hoard
of Trnde should be reorganized' and
Its constitution strengthened, sotthat
It might discharge the functions of
tho Chamber of Commerce lis well as
Its own. To this end, It was, sug
gested that the by-laws should fhe Ire
vised, the rates pf Initiation Mid an
nual dues Increased, a salaries! Becro
tary .appointed, and other refolrms In
The following provisional ofllcera
wero elected; President, Join A.
Scott; vice president, C. C. Kdnnedyj
secretary, C. It. Iluckland; trcasufei,
II. V. Patten.
Messrs. Richards, Mackay,vCatten
dyk, Holmes, and Vicars weio ap
pointed a committee tp revise Itho by
laws and report to a future meeting.
The provisional ofllcers aro In tho
luinutime to prepare recommenda
tions to bo forwarded to th'o Dele
gate for submission to ho same
meeting, which is to be held today
(Tuesday), at 3 n iu, , '
1went)-onc signatures were attach
ed to the iigiecment to b'eoomo mem
bers' of the Hllo Hoard of Trnde. m
.'rehygi.nlzcd. . .
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Mrs. Abhlo Klcc, a handsome )oung woman, ho told it sensational
story of how Dr. Frederick Kusiln, tho Oiniihn phslclaii, sought to
hae her Mil him, was tho principal witness for tho Statu In the casa
of Chailes E. HaWs, chnigfd with tho murdni of Iliistln. Tie wn-
man declared that on at least two occasions Hustlii cno her a revol
ver nnd tried to neisundo lmr to shoot him lie Is belleed to hau
been insane fioin the use of nlcuhollo stlmulimtJ. Dr Kuitln win
shot or shot himself at the door of Ills i evidence n slioit time ntiea
tho date vuen tho woman sajs ho tiled to peisiiado hur to end hhi
life. The case Is one of tho most rennil.ubln that hae come un In
ciitulnal Jurisprudence In mini) )earn Hull was admitted by a
Cnoiy of lights over .Market
sheet lf vanguard of New cars eu
celebration of San .Francisco down
"I'll not llvo a He," pons runaway
wife, who thinks It u cilmn to iha
villi husband sho does not lint.
Thornton Hnlns' lnwcr puts kinks
in peoplu's cuso In Aimls minder trial,
BUY IT NOW
RUSTiH MURDER TRIAL
l.ouU MclCinnon picparcs to ( oil
iest wilt of his mother, who left es
tate mi In od at $250,000
Purls dressmaker sues H. Jnffrny
Dustnn of San Francisco for daugh
ter's wedding troussenu,
(llil stirvhor of wiecked Aeon re
turns with hair whitened b) her ex