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Fair Contestants Forget Minor
Prizes In The "Bui etin" Contest
STRUGGLE FOR LEAD
LIST OF POPU
Is Mecca of Journey
And Many New Names
More and moro Interest Is being
taken dally In the. populnrfty contest
of Hie II 1 1 o 1 1 n (nr tho four grand
rlres offered to the four winning
contestants, tho leaders of four dis
tricts, representing each County of
Whllo there nrc some few of thu
contestants who have, entered with
tho hopo of getting at least one of the
minor prizes, there M scarce, any no
tlco taken nmong tho score or so of
tho Jining ladles who have alroady an
nounccd their candidacy to tho man
ager of tho contest, of tho fait that
thoro Is a minor prize list. They are
looking only toward tho grand prlzo
ii nd tho choice or n ch'aperono who
will havo her expenses paid, us will
alb tho winning contestant, to the
Exposition and Return.
I.'acli sqparato contestant Is silly
ing her mightiest even now, before
tho list of tho contestants or the list
of tho minor prizes is nnnounccd.
And this 'striving Is not an Idle dream
Ing that to win this Incomparable of
fir will bo easy, hut n icul and earn
est endeavor based upon tho realiza
tion that tho prlzo will bo won only
after a hard tusslo.
'1 ho contest promises to bo the
moat Interesting ever conducted by
thn II u 1 1 o 1 1 n , without exception.
Tlin contcstvuf the I1 11 1 1 o 1 1 n two
oars ugo was one of tho lecord
lneaKeiH of tho city, but this will
outpoint It In ovofj wuj.
Seattle appeals to most ull the con
tcstantfl because It is of national Im
portance. Hut though the chaperono
will be striven foi with unrelenting
111 dor by thn contestants, thttrtt will
be as haul 11 suamble fur thu load
lit each district,
GEO. M. SHAW
No candidate will be credited with more than one of
tbesc 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
1909, 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.01 th; 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 FOR
District No 4 ,
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Tan. 25th)
Bulletin Staff Barred
No member of the II u 1 1 0 1 1 n
stall or an pel son connected with
tho II 11 1 1 0 t i n can outer tho (ou
tput or ballot for nnv of tho contest
ants. This rule will bo strictly en
forced and no lolaton of it allowed,
Your Pick of the Field
'I hough thu coiitcmtiiiits In any unit
illsti let will hno to compete with
mil) tho candidates lu her own dls-
I . ' ' '
EVENING nULLBTIN, HONOLULU, TV! I , TUEfDAY, DEC. 29.-190. '
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. Sut we're going to make past production look pretty nftastyand that, too, in short order. Buy some Shares. Bay them early.
Buy them before breakfast BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW! 'We are going to mine as fast and furiously as money and brains
can do the trick. And we know that we'll strike higher values with deeter 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 turnine out gold bullion. Buy the Stock.
It's a snap at 29 Cents. But it before dinner. BUY "MAYFLOWER"'8T0CK. BUY IT NOW! We cannot see there is a single element of
risk or 'speculation about this proposition. The mine has already made good, 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, for it
takes money to mine and mill gold-bearing quartz. Take on a block of the Stock. Buy it to the limit. Buv it before you go 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
28 CENTS per Share. We predict it will go to par, on its merits, in lew than a year. Oct in at the introduction price. Get in right and
right 'away. The "MAYFLOWER" is a "comer" it's the coming "EWA" of its section, and don't you forget itT THIS IS YOUR OPPORTU
NITY. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
District No. ...
trlct, tho wholo of tho Hawaiian
Kiniip U at tho disposal of ull candi
dates for a Bollclting Hold.
Thnro are no district lines as far
as tho bollclting of subscriptions arc
concerned. All contestants are at
llbert) to solicit subscriptions nnd
ballots from any other district, coun
ts, or State.
Contestants should tali on the Con-
MIV&N DOW Fiscal Agent,
lV 9 "Mayflower" Mine
Office,. Suite 51 and 52 Alexander Young Big.
INVESTORS AND INVESTIGATORS WELCOMED!
test Manager at once'nnd secure sub
scription blanks, as bach person pay
ing you for tho , Bulletin will
want a receipt for same and tho con
testant will recelro their votes as
soon ns they turn In tho cash at tho
Contest Department. I
Votes Allowed on Arrears- - -
A number ot Inquiries have been
mndo regarding tho votes allowed on
back payments. Tho same number
of votes will be allowed for-back pay
ments, providing nn advance pay
ment accompanies tho arrearage. No
votes will ho allowed for back pay
ments alone. For cxamplo., subscrib
ers owing for tho month ot Decem
ber must pay for December and Jan
uary In advance and votes will lis
allowed for both months, but no votes
will bo allowed for December nlone.
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONED AS FOLLOWS:'
. District No. 1 Includes tho City and
County ot Honolulu.
District No. : includes the County
District No. 3 Includes the County
District No. 4 Includes tho County
The fifth trip will be (or (he
chaperon, who will be chosen by the
young woman securing the highest in
dividual vote, irrespective of district
You may take tho trip any tlmo jou
choose, singly or In groups.
Four 8eprte Contests.
Tho Ev 0 n I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 11 Is con
ducting four scparato and distinct con
tests at tho same time.
The joung woman who receives the
highest number of votes In District
No. 1 will be given first-class transpor
tation both ways, and hotel accommo
dations while In 6catto and Ban Fran
Tho young woman In District No 2
will receive the samo trip to Seattl"
and Bnn Francisco, "tilth tho samo ac
commodatlons as tho one in District
Tho young woman In District No. i
receding tho highest number of 'votes
will receive tho same trip as tho young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
Tho young woman In District No. 4
lecolvlng tho highest oto will receive
the samo trip and accommodations as
tho threo above mentioned districts.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL-
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to the
Evening Ilulletl n Old sub
scription, 50 votes; now subscription,
Three months' subscription to the
Evening Ilulletl n Old sub
scription, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 250 votes.
Six months' subscription to tho
Evening Dullotl n Old sub
scription, .100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
' Ono ear's subscription to 'the
Svenlng Dullotl n Old sub-
Liriptlou, 1200 otcn; new subscrip
tion, 1500 ntes,
I'liu ears' subscription to the
Uv cuing Uullcti u Old sub-
scrlnllon. 10.000 votes: now mih.
scrlptlon, 16,000'votes. "
One year's subscription to tho
Weekly Bullet! n Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, nit votes. '
Five years' subscription to the
Week l-y.-.,B u 1 1 e 1 1 n-OIcT. sub-
scrlptlon, 12S0 votes; 'now subscript
lion, zuuu votes. .
THE 'PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IB
Ono month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 75 conts.
Three months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, $200.
Bx months' subscription to tho
Evening B u 1 1 0 1 1 n,' $1 00.
Twelve months' subscription to tho
Evonlng Bulletin. $S 03.
Klve years' subscription to the
Evonlng Bulletin, 14000.
Ono year's subscription to the
Wookly Bui 0 tin, $1.00.
Klvo years' subscription to tho
Weekly Bulletln.g $500.
TWENTY-THIRD BOYS WIN
BELAY IN PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, Dec. 12.
The Twenty-third Regiment of Brook
!n. New York National Guard team,
defeated the First Regiment Ponnsyf.
vanla National Guard team in a one
mile relay handicap raco at tho Mili
tary Athletic League games, lu the
Third Regiment Armory, Scdloy,
Haywood. Becker, and Northrldge
constituted tho winning team. t
Gcsslng, Koch, Mclntee, and Mel
vln Sbcppard, tho Olympic champion,
representing tho Twenty-second Reg
iment of New York, ran second. The
time of 'tho winning team was
Melvln Sheppard, who was entered
In tho 880-yard race, did not run,
and J, Gallagher, of tho First Regi
ment ot this city, won from scratch.
In tho two-mile special run P. J.
Collins, of Now York, representing
the Sixty-ninth Regiment, who re
cently made a new' record nt flvo
miles In New 'York, defeated W. Cra
nitr and Harvey Colin, both or whom
rns under the colors of tho Thir
teenth Now York Regiment. Collins'
tino was 10:02 2-5.
Senator Garln. who on tho order of
Emperor Nicholas has Investigated tho
polico department of Mobcow, has rec
ommended to tho Russian sonata tho
Indictment of General Ithclnbot, for
mer prcfoct of polico at Moscow, on
thirteen charges of violating thu crim
A largo number of Jackdaws have
for Bomo lime past madu their homo
in tho tower of I'ulboroiigh Church,
London, and by pecking at tho morlar
hate so sojlnfisly damaged tho root
of tho church that It Is estimated
J250 will bo required to repair It.
Frederick William MacMonnlcs, tho
sculptor, has sailed for France. Ho
goes to pack up his belongings at his
rnuntry placo at NormandlP. nud-tlieii
hu will return tit this country mid
make his permanent homo here,
MARY GARDEN, WHO TRIUMPHED
IN "LE JONGLEUR" IN NEW YORK
(The first now production at tho Mnnliattau-Opcra, Nitw York, thin oca
hou was Massenet's "l,o Jongleur de Nntro Dame," or "Our liidj'n
Tumbler," lu which Miss Mnry Garden appealed as Jeau thu Jug
gler. As originally composed the opera wns for men's yokes, hut
Miss Garden's ambition to appear us tho llttlo Juggler is said to imwi
Induced tho rnmposar to allow n cliungo lu the wore tu mnl.o thia
possible. Tho reception tho. prlnm dnnna rrc led at tho Initial por
forrnan not only pioved tho wisdom of tho change, but a'ddc-J mi-
other triumph lo Miss Garden's circer.)
Tho famous iiiuiitorti of thu lljlng
machine, thu Wright brothers, llku all
I'onliibcs, linto many Idtonrerai-loH,
and ono of them Is 11 great fondness
for fudge, which OrWIlo- W.lght U a
pust master In making.
Candidates pass examination for
Coiuular scrvlco of tho United States.
Count Ilonl's children may bo sont
to boirdlng school by French court.
J. J Hill reported to lime bought
rnllroid In Texas,
John Bpruaiicv, Bnn Frnuclscu pio
neer morchnnt, Is called by death,
MAYFLOWER I 1
Tho quebtlou of rnco filicide docs not
trrtulilo Germany, though thero Is a
fliaily drain iiikiii her population
Ihruugji emigration. Lust jeur near-
1) -lOO.OOll loft Imp 11ml (him .,r .......
kiboiit 3 000,000 Germans In tho United
btatcs, between 1,000.000 and 2,000,000
In Riissl 1, and 11 largo Teutonic! rcpre
fcntatlcm In Austrulla and llraill. Not
withstanding this, tho population has
almost doubled In fifty cnrs.
Ocn. Cinder's liojhood homo nt
Monroe, Mich., Is Included in the sites
BUY IT NOW
SAW ' I al
recommended for a now postomce.
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