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but our Business is stationary, and we have got
an Up-to-Date Line of BLANK BOOKS, INKS, PENS, PEN
CILS, and EVERYTHING that you will find in an up-to-date
Stationery Store to furnith your offices and home for the
year 1909. - , .
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ORTH THE MAKING is a resolution to make more money the coming year than any other year before. We can help you out. Next New Year you'll find you have de
livered the goods if you hook up right now with a bunch of "Mayflower" at 25 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 crystalix
ed labor. Every spare dollar a man has ought to be at work for him hard. If you haven't many spare dollars it's all the more reason why y ou should place them where they will
work as hard and as fast for you as ever passible. And there is no speedier way to get a start on the road to competency, if not affluence, than buying into real, genuine mining
stock at 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
NOW! , l4lulM
You may think I talk pretty proudly, and you are 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 exists, I cannot see, in a proven gold property, with a splendid plant on the ground, every facility for economical mining, and all unde r 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 the pike. Get busy and buy! BUY "MAYFLOWER" STOCK. BUY IT NOW! CALL
OR WRITE FOR A PROSPECTUS. YOURS FOR THE ASKING. w, .
George M. Shaw,
Agent, Hilo, Hawaii
If It's on a
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULV, T. II., SATURDAY,
M. IVAN DOW,
Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine
IT IS GRATIFYING to know, how
ever kind tho malihlnls may liuvo
been toward the Honolulu poor
on Christmas Day, that two phil
anthropic ones quietly and un
ostentatiously gathered about
them In the Immedlnto vicinity of
Maklkl, where they live old and
joung, mothers with babies and chil
dren of all ages, to u Christmas tree,
whoro thcro were presents for every
body, Including unlimited bags of can
dies and nuts. Mr. and Mrs. Qerrlt
P. Wilder had a large Christmas tree
In an out-building, beautlfullly dec
orated, a tree which brought pleas
ure and joy to many a lonely heart,
and 'sent old and young alike on their
wjiy rejoicing. There were men of
eighty years present and many very
old Huwallans. None wore forgot
ten, nnd, according to their needs,
made happy. A good feed of Ice
cream, cakes, sandwiches, nnd other
delicacies ended a happy day, and the
host and hostess must have felt tho
real Christmas glow, for did thny not
Interpret to the letter the true mes
sngo of the Christ-child?
Ono of the most delightful dinner
given on Christmas Eve was that of
Civil Engineer Parks, U. S. N., and
Mrs. Parks, at the Alexander Young
Hotel. A monster Christmas tree oc
cupied the center of the table, orna
mented with glittering tinsel nnd
greens, nnd protty gifts, which gnvo
much Interest to tho affair, as they
wero presented by the host with ap
propriate remarks. Holly berries,
red carnations, und red silk candle
shades mado tho table most brilliant
to look upon. Tho place-cards were
photographs of "Christmas at Wal
Kllil." The guests Included Lieut,
und Mrs. Ward, Corps of Engineers,
U. S. A.; Miss Edith .Smith, Miss
Krcai, Lieut. Hull, Lieut. Dougherty,
Corps of Englneeis, U. S. A., head
quarters ut Wullilkl. Coffee und
llaueuiH were beivcd on the roof gul
den, At tho Christmas luncheon at Mho
Suite 51 fc
Alexander Young of which Mrs.
Parks and Miss I'renr were hostesses
It wus remarked that Mis. Prank
Dillingham looked handsome In an
oxqulslte lingerie gown over bluo
silk. Mrs. lostcr, wlfo of Mnjor
Toster, of the U. S. Army, ulso looked
remarkably vell, und Mrs. Wndhams'
frock wus n dream n French dream,
of course. Mrs. Walter Frcar, wlfo
of tho Governor of Hawaii, and Mrs.
Co'rwln P. Kccs, wife of tho comman
dant of tho Naval Station, were the'
guests-of-honor. The others asked
to meet tbem Included: Mrs. Dun
nlng. wife of the commanding oRl
cer of Tort Shatter; Mrs. Wlnslow,
Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Atkins, Mrs.
WrlghtBon, Mrs. Frank Dillingham,
Mrs. Philip Andrews, Mrs, Wadhams,
Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Winters, Mrs.
Miss Locke's program for her lec
tures for tho coming Benson will be
Psychology of Wm. James and Tho
Modern Drama Six lectures;
with tho Art Class once a week .on
each of these weeks and to March 9
inclusive: Jnn. D, Jan. 12, Jan. 19,
Jan. 20, Feb. 2, rob. 9. Tho time
may bo cither 10:30 a. m. or 3:30
Comparative Study of aotho's
Fnust with tho Trilogy of Ilalzac. The
Trilogy Includes: Jl'ho Magic Skin,
Ixmls !nmbort, Scrnphlta Six lec
tures; March 30, 'April C, April 13,
April 20, April 27, May 4.
Dante; Paradise, with Itovlew of
Inferno and Purgatory Six lectures;
Feb. 10, , Feb. '23, March 2, March
9, March 10, March 23. Tho time
may be olthcr 10:30 n. m. or 3:30
Miss Ilolen K. Wilder, after it very
pleasant visit hero, returned In tho
Alameda to Wutsonvllle, Calif., whoio
she owns a ranch. Ilor bungalow Is
,ono of tho uhnw-plnces of the coun-
trjslde, so perfect Is It in every de
tail, particular enro being paid to the
urrungemont of the rooms und their
furnishings. Miss Wilder will re
turn In August with her friend, Miss
, 4 . S j.. .. . S
JAN. 2, 1909. '
Copelnnd, nnd they will tour tho
world. She wus much entertained
while here, but her dlsllko of formal
dinners was too well known to en
courage much hospitality In that di
rection, but cosy teas and buttling
parties were shen quite frequently
In her honor.
Notable among tho many charming
women at the Moana Hotel on New
Year's even wero Mrs. J. Charles
Green, of San Francisco, and her
sister. Miss Ljdla Gibbons. Mrs.
Green was radiant In a directolro
gown of torn-colored dlrectolre satin
nnd wore some of tho handsomest
diamonds ever seen here. Miss Gib
bons was glrlUhly beautiful in a
dulnty frock of figured mull.
Mrs. A. M. Drown has returned from
California after a six months' visit,
looking very handsome, and she hud a
delightful visit, her friends vlelns with
each other to entertain tho fair joung
matron of Hawaii
On Tuesday noxt, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Churles Oreen, and Miss Lydla Gib
bons, who are visiting hero from San
Francisco, will leave on tho Mituna
Ifea for u trip to the Volcano,
Miss Marlon Scott was an arrival
from California this week, where
Bho has been cnjojlng a very pleas
Major and Mrs. Wlnslow, who havo
been at tho Moana hotel, arc at tho
McCandlcss place ut Walklkl.
Mr. nnd Mis. Itanney Scott will
occupy the on Holt Walklkl placo
about Febiuary (list for a yeur.
Mr. and Mrs. Swnnzy nnd Mrs. Mary
Qtinn uru hnving a very pleasant out
ing ut tho Volcano
Mr. and Mis. J. McCandless und fam
ily aro occupjIiiK tho Hobron placo on
Miss Anna Dnnfoid has been spend
Ing a fow days with Miss Kr'upp at tho
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