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25 CENTS I
Names Of Candidates In "Bulletin's"
Contest To Appear Saturday
Winner of Grand Prize
Can Choose Trip Most
Preferable To Her
Tho nppcaranco ot Saturdays lasuo
of tho It ii lie tin will ba watched
with great Intercut by tlioso who li to
lrltndB In thofontest. Tlioro will bo
toveinl sin prises nwaltlng tlio sub
heribers of tho mil lot In, and they
will havo nn ample and puzzling list of
contestants from which to choose the
i no for whom they will savo ballots
lti order to uld these contestants nil
possible mo each day tho coupons
"counting for one vote appearing In
i ach Issuo of tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Should') on nt any time ileslro be
foio Saturday to voto for one of jour
mniB friends not In tho contest, cut
out tho nominating bullot couutiui;
iftOO otcs nnd mall lUto tho managci
of tho contest.
You May Choose Your Trip.
Whllo tho Seattle tilps aro offered
In tho list of grand prizes, contest
ants winning the cliolco of ilther ma)
chooso such othei tilps us they desire.
Kith iun woman has some trip
which sliu would lfHu to tuke and foi
which Mho has planned Tho Dill
lot In does not, therefore, wish to
foico upon tho wlnnliiR contestants
one of the trips cited In the grand
pilzo list unless those trips aro ac
ceptable. To tlio contestant v.lniiln,?
tho Scuttlo pilzo nnd the cholcu of tho
chuperouo will be given nny other trip
of equal expense to the Hullo tin
that sho may select. On tlio trip of
hi i choice bho may also rako her self
More New Names.
Huvcial niiiio caudldutea cntcied
lliu II u 1 1 ot 1 ll contest esterda, and
when tho (list announcement tjf tho
nnmcH is innde, on Sntuithiy, tlioio will
be mini) suipilses for tho leadeis of
tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n us well ns for tho con
testuuls themselves Theio will bo
mail) who will cult i nfter tlio un
iwiuncommit Is matin on Sutuiils), an
lliuo Is alwa)H u liMiilincyJii ifintiHls
of this iiiitmo to wifit lolkiiW who
right away. The
GEO. M. SHAW
No candidate will be credited with more than one of
these NOMINATING BALLOTS.
Good for 3000 Votes
IN BULLETIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST
Muit 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 W
the contestant named therein.
Each candidate allowed only one NOMINATING
The Evening Bulletin TPonular
Fifl in the name of the young woman you wish to vote, for
and the district in which she lives. Brine or mail to Man
1 ager Contest Department, care ofEveningBulletin,
Honolulu, T. H. , ''
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ON EVOTE FOR
District No ,
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Jan. 25th)
lias entered and who )oui (outempor
lilies will be
Tills content Is of vei) shoit limn
lion and thoiio who uutei will not lime
King to sollrlt tlulr friends foi votes,
Contests of this natuio aio usiinll) of
; (our mill often six months' dmutlon,
but the II ill lot I n dhl not c.iro to
miiko tlio woilt itiosomo foi thoKii who
cnli'i and will mil) run tlio ioue)t com.
paiatlvcl) few weeks, milking It nuo ot
PER ANNUM comes to the man who secures "MAYFLOWER" stock at 25 Cent a share. That's how we figure it out on the basis of past pro
duction. But we're going to make past production look pretty measly and that, too, in short order. Buy some Shares. Buy 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 deeper 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 turnlne out gold bullion. Buy the Stock.
It's a snap at 25 Cents. But it before dinner. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. 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 is 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
25 CENTS per Share. We nredict it will tro to oar. on its merits, in 'less! than a vear. Oet in at the introduction price. Oet in right and
"MAYFLOWER" is a "comer" it's
mil, BUI "XOAiriiUWiK." BlUUft.. JJUX 1X WUW!
F, i '.
VOTES - 3000
Iho shoitfist contests on record.
New Subscriber! and Old.
A number of Inquiries aro mndo
dull) us to the vnlos allowed on old
mill new Biibitcrlpllous Voles nru ill
lowed on both, but only when tho re
newals pa) In advance
New siibsi rlptluus mean Incionw In
circulation 'I hen fore no one will bu
allowed to change llio uuiur-s from unit
llielllbei of till) fumll) In iilifitlur Jll
iiidei to lecelvu moio olfiC.
HONOLULtJ.T. II., WEDNESDAY,
the comine- "EWAV of its section, and
Office, Suite 51 and 52 Alexander Young Big.
INVESTORS AND INVESTIGATORS WELCOMED!
Candidates ami friends of tlio con
testants are always welcome to call
ut tho contest department, and any
question regarding the contest will be
cheerfully answered, either III person.
mall or by phono.
Young ladies who Intend to enter
the contest had better do so ut once
and secure tho benoflt of the special
ballot, which has only a few more
days to run, and all who enter before
Saturday, tho 2nd, will receive 3000
Special Features of Conteit.
The fifth trip will be for tho clinpor
cyie, who will be chosan by tho candi
date receiving the largest voto in the
four districts mentioned. This is tho
most Interesting feature of the cntlro
contest. Not only do the four win
ners go themselves, but tho one of the
four receiving tho largjBt number of
votes, It respective of district limita
tions, will have the right of selecting
a fifth, who will clFapcrono tho Seattle
Each district mentioned will furnish
lino of tho successful candidates. It bo
ing tho rule of tho contest that no two
winners can be residents of the same
district. Each candidate, however. Is
entitled to rccelvo votes from all tho
Those who contest do not necessar
ily havo to be subscribers to the II u I-
1 e 1 1 n, and the flvo who win the free
trips may go whenovor they choose,
individually or In a group, Tho best
accommodations possible have been
rrrnnged for, so that there will bo no
doubt of convenience and sofet),
Enter your name, or that of your
friend, at once. Slio-nmy win a free
(rip. Nothing. Is eusler than winning
lr )ou bo about It rightly and solicit
tho aid of )our friends In helping you
out. Of course, the best way of secur
ing votes Is by getting your friends
to subscribe for tho paper, thus getting
the coupons Issued thereon. Thoro Is
imother way of voting, however, and
that Is by clipping tho ballots from
tho II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n, filling In tho name ot
tho oung lady YoiK wish to vote for
and bring it to the Contest Department
or tho lly 1 1 o 1 1 n.
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONEO AS FOLLOWS:
District No, 1 includes tho City and
County ot Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes the County
District No. 3 includes the County
District No, 4 includes the County
Tho fifth trip lll bo for the
chaperon, who will be chosen by the
joiing woman securing the highest In
dividual vote, Iriespecttvo of district
You may take tho trip uny time you
choose, singly or In groups.
Four Separate Contests.
Tlio Evening II u 1 1 e 1 1 u Is con
ducting four Bcparutu and distinct con
tests at the same time,
Tho young woman who receives the
highest number of voles In District
No. 1 will be given first-class transpor
tation both wuys, and hotol uccnmmo
datlutis while In Seattle and 'Hun Trail
'1 liiryniine womuiulnUlstilcl No'2
DEC. 30, 1908
don't you forget it. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTU-
will receive the same trip to Scuttle
and San Francisco, with tho same ac
commodations us the One in District
The young woman InDlstrlct No. i
receiving tho highest nutntef of voted
will receive the same trip as the young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
The young woman in District No. 4
lecelvlng the highest vote will receive
tbo same trip and accommodations ob
the three above mentioned districts.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS -One
month's subscription to tho
Evening 1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, SO votes; new subscription,
C5 votes. '
Tluee months' subscription to the
Evening D u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 250 votes.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Bullet! u Old sub
scription, 500 votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes,
One year's subscription to the
Evening B u 1 le 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1SO0 votes. "
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Ballet 1 n Old mib
scrlptlon, 10,000 vote's; new sub
scription, 10,000 votes.
One year's subscription to the
Weekly n u 1 1 e t n Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 12S votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Ilulletl n Old sub
scription, 12S0 votes; new subscrip-i
tlon, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IB
One month's subscription to the
Evening bulletin, 75 centf.
Three months' subscription to the
Evening B u 1 1 e 1 1 n, $2 00.
Six months' subscription to tlio
Evening Bulletta, 14,00.
Twelve months' subscription to tho
evening un i e 1 1 n, IB UU.
Five years' subscription tel
Evening Bulletin, $4000.
One year's subscription to
Weekly Unlet In, 11.00. t
Flvo years' subscription to
We e k 1 y B u(l I o 1 1 u,g SG 00,
Tho Hawaiian band will play this
evening ut.l'unahou Park, commencing
at 7:30 o'clock. It Is expected lliat
iho members of tlio ..present Hoartl of
Supervisors will bo present. roljcnv
lug Is tho program:
MarchManhattau lleach Sousu
Overture I'oet.nnd feasant . . Huppo
Waltz Artist Life Strauss
Itemlnlsceuces of Verdi Oodfrey
Vocal Hawaiian Songs., nr by llorgor
Selection Holy l)a)B Neat
The I'atiol of tho Scouts.. .Iloccalarl
Muiinuwlli and Moanalua , , , Ileiger
Thu Star Spungleil Banner.
"''For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Who Won Land .
Mrs, Florcnro Elizabeth Maybrick,
who gaihed world-wido celebrity
several )cars ago because of her
Incarceration In an English prison,
following tbo .death of her hus
band, has won a land suit In tho
court at Richmond, Vn , Involving
property worth $2,00,000. Mrs.
Maybrick and her mother, the Bar
oness von Itoques, were joint plain
tiffs in the suit to set aside deeds
to 2, COO, 000 acres of land In Vir
ginia, West Virginia, and Ken
tucky mi i
Tho Hawaiian Sunday school dstrlb
utffd Christmas Job to tho classes from
c largo tree full of piusents and good
things lust Wednesday. Santa Clans
camo a llttlo uhcad of time to them
but Unit wns because there wore so
many to attend to in I.M1110 that one
day was not long enough, Tlioro wmu
Hpeeclics, lecltutlons and songs nu thu
occasion and ever)body had a lovel)
time. fJarden Island
Usually tho Isenbergs havo gathered
thu batchclor contlugenc) of I.lliuo
.iroiuiil their Christmas table, but bo
lug far away thuy have deputized Mr.
Ilolirlg In do the gracious art thiseai,
u dut) that ho did ver) giacifully at
the boarding hiiuso last night. Noth
ing was omitted, illlici fioni tho table
or tho treo.-tlaiili.il Island
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BUY IT NOW
New Year's Day
2:30 IN THE AFTERNOON
A Trip to the Volcano of Kilauca.
The Atlantic Fleet in Honolulu.
Honolulu Shriners on Parade.
Malihini Christmas Tree,
And many more of great local and
An afternoon of Music and Moving
AT 25 AND SO CENTS!
Reserved Seats, 50 Cents,
On Sale at Berstrom Music Store.
Kona Tobacco Company, limited
Tho seventh assessment of ten per
cent. ($10.00 per share), on thu as
sessable stock ot tho Komi Tobacco
Compnn), Ltd , was due on Decem
ber 30th, 1908, and Is now delin
quent and beurs interest at the ratC'
of eight per cent, per annum fioni
Bald date. If not paid by January
.10, 1908, the shares on which the J.
same Is due will be advertised and ,
sold according to law and tho by
laws or the Compan).
The eighth assessment of ten per
nn ttlftnti .... -I...-,. .
Will, IflU.VV JW B1IU1UJ, UU HAlUt
stock win lie duo and pa) able on Jan
uary 30, 190S, and will be delinquent
aftor that date v f
All assessments pnjablo to the
Treasurer of tho Company at The
Hank of Hawaii, Ud , in Honolulu,
Oahu, T. H. j
uaieu ueremucr so, iBOSt
CIIAS h. DEAL.
iii'UHurcr, nuua luuncco uoin- v
pail), Ltd U'jr-St
YOU CAN START THE
New Year Right
by giving us your
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113 HOTEL ST.
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