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"nVHNINp nULLETlW, HONOLULW, T..1I., TlllilHI)Ay, DEC, 31, 1908.
A New Year Resolution
p v v
0n9 More Day Before Announcement
Of Names And Number Of Votes
Those Entering Contest
TVIust Register Their
Names Before Noon
- List of Candidates Increases Ench
-rllay and All Will Have 3000
There Is ntf iiiiA " I.i?'oJv
tod.iy d, W,, t( register )ir
names In iluJl u 1 1 p ,' l ' H Alaska
Yukon IlxpcJtlnn cujiiislon rm.
Tho mini (if thai ""S women
who h.io citereil ths BotMl-iintiirod
toil Ho Tor hllots wlll'npprnr In Bat
iirdnj H IsJ) of thu. llVi I I o 1 1 n fr
Ui llrst ItnV, nnil thcroWo surprises
promh-nl rr nil. ll.icfl candldato
will nan .'1000 MitoH o&poslto licp
naiio on Saturday nnil tlioso who 111
triil enteilng anil ilcsln? "n ctcn
Mart with thoso wlio IiiAu alro.uly
registered tlielr nitinci, ,hould boiuI
In their unmet) nt onco ufil get fiTll
benefit of the 3000 free uito offer.
Sumo hnu nlicnily hegilii to able
Iholr friends tor otos ntul tho cou
I'oiih which itiicur dully ind loiitu
lor one ol liavo iilrenily tyPHim io
loll Into tho Mr ballot bx. Ofi
rourbo, tho host way to roll unfit largo'
oto Ih to hao jour fi lends uuhscrlhn
for tho II u 1 -u 1 1 n for a fyw monthaj
I'lAdwime, and jou will receive votes
for oory subscription llrneij In to
)onr ciedlt. Cnudldats (mould not
wait until their frluuds liiII at tho
o Illfti mid gtibhcrlbn In tlielr faor,
lint should toiiiiinco at once, anil auk
tlielr fi lends tr help them, iih soma
ono cIbo nmy,ieeiiro their promlso for
vites, bofyr'o )ou mnko up jour mind
to nskj.hil jou will loso niany votes,
x wl.n li jou may an well havo hail, ami
a largo lead la nflon hind to uvt'i count.
Thoso wlni havo already registered
their nuiiics Khoiild mil n t tho ('oil
iest noiMitinent at mire nnd letelvo
HiiliHirlptlon blanks nnd Institutions
as to tho best wny to secure tho mobt
Remember that all who enter tlielr
inline ut tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n onion be
fore) Satin day i(H)n will reeolvo tho
benefit of tlio JlOOp-frco-voto ballot,
mid It will toglotor join nnmo as n
candidate for tho Scnttlo trip.
' THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONED AS FOLLOWS:
District Nn, J Includes tho City ami
i. County of Honolulu.
WORTH THE MAKING is a resolution to make more money the cominp; year than any other year before. We can help you out. Next New Year you'll find you June de
livered the coods if you hook up right now with a bunch of "Mayflower" at 29 Cents. That's the lowest price the stock will ever see. It's dollar stock selling today
at a quarter per, to get acquainted. It will advance to a dollar soon, and more too', because it's worth the money. We state our deliberate conviction that it will be
worth well over the dollar mark before the dawn of next New Year, and on its merits as a dividend payer. BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
If you don't buy now, you'll be keeping company, pretty soon, with keen regrets. Butt in at the low price, for the stock will soon take a walk forward. Money is crystaliz
cd labor. Every spare dollar a man has ought to be at work for him hard. If you havenVmany spare dollars it's nil the more reason why you should place them where they will
work iw hard and as fast for you as ever possible. And there is no speedier way to set a start on the road to competency, if pot affluence, than buying into real, genuine mining
stock nt the first price. You will make in the advance on the stock, and you will get returns from "Mayflower" before another New Year. ""MAYFLOWERR" STOCK. BUY IT
You may think I talk pretty proudly, and you arc not in error. But there is nothing in the' world I am so confident about as the success, and the spectacular success, of the
"Mayflower" Mine. If you know as much about it as I do you would be convinced to the last degree that I am justified in my confidence. Where even the remotest chance of fail
ure exist, I cannot sec, in a proven tjold property, with a splendid plant on the ground, every facility for economical mininrr, and 'all under the masterly management of one of .
the ablest "Captains of Mining" in the United States. Call for our prospectus. Every statement therein is guaranteed straiht truth, with no exaggeration or amplification. We're
handing you out no Fancy Stories. We only desire to shoot the facts into you. I'm making a noise this New Year which will echo in dividends next New Year. The quicker you
get in, the cheaper you'll get in on the best and safest mining stock that ever came up tho'.pike. Oct busy and buy! BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW! CALL
OR WRITE FOR A PROSPECTUS. YOURS FOR THE ASKING. . . iUj
George M. Shaw,
Agent, Hilo, Hawaii
No candidate will be credited with more than one of
tbese NOMINATING BAIIOIS.
Good for 3000 Votes
IN BULLEIIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST
Must be voted on or before SATURDAY, JAN. 2ND,
Tleasc enter 3000 votes for
Miss , i...
Address - .' District No. ...
u ' ' '
THIS COUPON, if presented at the Bulletin
office at Honolulu, T. H., before Saturday, January 2nd
1009, 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 ofEveningBujletin,
Honolulu, T. H,
THIS COUPON COUNTS
District No ,
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Jan. 25th)
District No. 2
District No. a
District No. 4
Includes the County
Includes tho County
Include tho County
of Knuul. 4f - -
The fifth tilp will bo for the
rhaiKMiiu, who will bq clioxen by tho
jnuiiK wuianii pciiiIiik tint hlnliext 111.
dividual Mito, Ineupcctho of dlxtrict
M. IVAN DOW,
Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
VOTES - 3000
AS ON EVOTE FOR
You may take tho trip any tlmo you
tliooso, Blngly or In Rroupa,
Four Separate Conteit.
Tho Kv o n I n k II u 1 1 o 1 1 n la toil'
ducting four wiparato ami distinct poi:
touts at the tamo tlmo.
Tlio jouhb woman who rcceheR tho
hlKhent number of voles In Dint riot
No. I will bn chen first el.iss liauapor'
tatloii both wau, ami botol aecommo
datlons while In Seattle and San ri.m
7? ' 1
Suite 51 &
Tho jounc woman In District No. 2
will receive tho saiho trip to Scattlo
nnd San Francisco, with tho same ac
commodations as the one in District
The joune woman In. District No-
rrceiviiiK tho hlRhest number of votes
will recoivo tho samo trip as the young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
Tlio young woman m District No. 1
icccivlng tho, highest vote wilt receive
tho same trip and accommodations as
tho three above mentioned districts.
VOTES ON .SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS'
One month's subscription t6 the
Evening lluliotl n Old sub
scription, 50 votes; new subscription,
Thieo montlm' subscription to the
Kvonln g 11 u I I e 1 1 n Old sub.
nrriptlon, 200 votes; now subscrip
tion, 250 votes.
Six months' subscription to tha
K v n I n r II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 500 votes; now subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
Ono year's subscription to tho
E v o n I n c I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1600 votes. ,
Klve years' subscription to the
Evening II ail t i n Old sub
scription, 10,000 votes; new sub
scription, 16,000 votes.
Ono ear's subscription to the
Woek ly Du lie tin Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Wookly 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, nfiCvotcs; now subscrip
tion, 2000 yotes,
THE PRICE OF THE OAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evening II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, 76 cents.
Three months' subscription to the
Evening Dullotln, $2.00.
Six months' subscription to tlio
Evening Bulletin, $4.00.
Twelvo months' subscription to tho
Evonlng Bulletin, $8 00.
Five years' subscription to tho
Evonlng n u 1 1 e 1 1 n, $40.00.
One year's subscription to the
Wookly Ilulotln, $1.00.
" Flvo years' subscription to the
Wookly I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n,g $5,00.
BRYAN DOESN'T CARE TO
DISCUSS TAFT'S CHOICE
Nebraskan Hay Not Think u Well
or Cabinet Selections aii
I'lTTSHUIlO, l'a Deo. 20. "I
may not'tTDnk as well of-all of Mr.
Taft's Cabinet selections as he does,"
said V, J, Uryan hero tonight when
nuked for an expression as to tho
choosing of Senator Knox as Socru
tary of Stnto.
"I do not believe, therefore, that I
taro to discuss tho appolntmonts Just
llrjnn is on his wny to Unlnnlnwn
to io tho honor guest nt n "dollar
dinner" given by his ndmlrcrH In tha
coko region, -
Not only bus llicro Iwcn xi$ Mtfclflc for
chronic kidney disease, but physicians aw!
fihnrmnclris lm" liiul no treatment for
nnammntlon of the kidneys.
In evidence of this let us quote from
one of Ihn lutCHt authoritlc . Jamrs
Tycoil. M. O, I'rof. of Mcdlclna In Ihn
university or I'eim. In Ills latest wonc
(1901, paeo 166) lie plainly says, an to
curutUo incaHUrcn to restore tho kid
ney to Its normal condition, "I 1SI2-
l.lttVi; TIIKlli; AUK MUNIi"
Ho further sas the change from tho
llrRt, otaee (tha curative period) to tho
second or chronfa staira reonmdered In-
euruble) Is probably established In alt
tunes ny inn nixin nioniu.
rultou's Itcnal Compound Is the first
and only thing eer known that controls
Inflammation of the kidneys and arrests
further dentmctlon , nnd It has this effect
In both ntHRVH of the ilo .ire.
now can tnouRiitiui oiin nrrnrd to
think of anything else at uny st.iRe of
Dun, to a deplorable lack of knowledge
ns to the seriousness of kidney dtseaso
nnd a common jllnposltlon to treat It
Ilshtly kidney deaths have Increased un
til they now reach 63,000 annually over
n hundred nnd seventy per day.
Literature malted free.
JOHN J. FULTON CO.
212 First Street, San Francisco.
Honolulu Drur Co. Fort HI. nra nttr
sole local agents. Ask for Dl-Monthly
llullctln or late recoveries. Jt
THE MALIHINI CHRISTMAS
TREE IN MOVING PICTURES.
Tho llltlo ones will havo a groat
tlmo at tho Hawaiian Opera Ilouso on,
Friday afternoon when Mr. Bonlno is
going to repeat many of tho films that
hayo been shown In tho oonlng when
Iho children could not como, and show
many now ones that tho griwnups
havo not soon, among them tho famous
Mallhlnl Christmns trco that Is fated
to go down to history as an Innovation
of tho stranger within our gutes, tu
provo that ono docs not leao all hU
charily at homo but In w.hatccr cllmo
or condition ho finds himself tho Bplrlt
or giving is still with htm. Thm thero
will bofnlry stories In moving plo
lures, Shrlncrs treading tho hot 'sands
of Honolulu and tho great and only
moving plctiiros of our capttvo vol
cano, KIlaucaMu action. Everybody
ought to bring tholr own nnd anybody
Use's children to uee this oxhlbltloit
k Andrew Usher's
W. 0. Peaooek ft Co., ltd.,
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BO'JTON BLDQ., F0BT ST.
Says Is Mendacious
Delnan Smith, editor ot tho Indl.tn-
npolls News, camo in for a ultter
arraignment from President Iloos
erlt In a letter written to William
Dudley Foulko and given out for
publication on Dee. 7. Comments
In the News on tho purrhaso nt tho
Panama Canal woro brought lo tho
President's attention by Mr. F011I
ke, and In his reply Mr. Hooscvelt
accused Mr. Smith or dullbcrato
falsehood, Tho letter wau ono ot
the most caustic that orr emanat
ed from tho Whlto llniioe, the Pres
ident using tho "shorter nnd uglier
word" In his reference, to tho News'
CHRISTMAS ' TREE FOR
ST. CLEMENTS CHILDREN
St. Clement's Sunday school Christ
maa trco will bo lit at half past flvo
this nftcmnon Aftor tlio presents
hnvo been ghen thero will bo 11 store
opttcon exhibition of Hawaiian and
other lovs. II Is hoped that tliu pat
ents of the children will bo proscnt,
and any others who wouM llko tu-se"
tho lajiturn lcws aiu conllall) Invited
Halt past live toduy, ,
A watch night will 1 10 held this men
ing In tho Methodist church, comer
Ilorrtania and Mlllor stroot, beginning
at 10:30, Itev. John W. Wadm.in will
pronth on "Tho Folly of Worr) " 1 hu
public Is cordially linlleil
1 ast.a .
llrjan lefusea to discuss Taft's se
lection of Knox fin Secretary of
State. . ,
An Inhalstlua lor
Oreselant Is to Almllo.
pM, llst Mlir ffecUUbrtbll,
ut Uk tka rjidr 1W lh wT
itniilr itlMSllo, u tnfi mt Ui dimw
uiltM rAh fftr krtth, Sl'llf Blol d
roiuMkt tragsBt. It U lawlMW to notbf
ureeeieoe tmtt w n j?"",ri
WIUi imftll child ran.
ThoM of a Can
will Sad Immedlata rallat
from Coafba or laaamad
Uaadlltoa ot th throat.
Saad eotlal far de-
)80 nilaa Mraat,
YOU CAN START THE
New Year Right
by giving us your
To be Repaired
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST.
When rou stt
us to make
Our $25. initi
I (I.uMl.h.l i I
11(1 tin V
GEO. A. MARTIN.
lllank IiikiVb of nil smts, Icdgurs.
etc., m.iniiactmed' by tho lliillotlii
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