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DIOHOP TnUST COMPANY, LTD.
Do a general trust and security bus.
Act as Executor, Guardian, Assignee
Manage Estates, real and personal.
flafe Deposit Dnxea for Rent.
70 MCMCHANT 8TREET
ColtnR" of 3 linlnM.iim on Vlneynnl
fit. ninl cutl.iKn or l lnilriiins mi
Pock An-. Apply S. S. lVik. 2U7
Villi') iinl. 3325-lf
rurnlfiliPil hnusckei'pInK rooms with
K.as; nln i-ronm furnished ciitL'iKO.
Iniliilri) No. S, ColtiiRP (Irtivn.
A two story luiuse. No. 10.1G flrwn
Etrcot. ."uriilshc'd or iinfiirnlKliOil.
Apply V. II. ltcjnnlds. S.llitf
Newly papered moripillo proof house
Ki'i pliiK inoniK Apply lliilli'lln oIIIip.
totUM In OUrliitly I.nno. Apply
Wonc Kl. Smith St., mauks. Hotel
Cheapest, coolest fnrntuhoil rooms. In
city. Hck'n'a Court, Adams lano.
Newly riirnlalieil mosiiulto proof roonif.
ut SI Vineyanl St 272S-tf
at SI Vineyanl St
Weekly Bulletin SI P" yMr-
Hawaiian Dallastlng Company.
" neit MaeR s'and from $2 to 3 n load
; aecnrdlm; to distance hquled. Coral
i' rocks for stable, roads (nml ldo-
wnlks; firewood, Third door below
Kins. Maunnkea BL; 1'. 01 bux 820.
Telerbono Main 390.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Sbno. 1111 Fort 8L
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Goncral Employment Office,
cor. rensacola and ucrctania.
'lAr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tun piano warcrooma
' of I,. K. TImyer & Co., 1118 Hotel St.,
opposlto Young Hotel. All nrdom
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experl.
eiiped teacher; $3 month (8 Iprhoiis)!
special nl tendon to adult bCKiniicrB.
,. Address Music, thin olllco. 3328 tf
s . .. LAWYER.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT.LAW, 502 STAN
There ape Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Have fill Otlior flavor! AImo
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
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? SELECT WITH CARE
It meant much to you, The home you build expresses your per
sonality. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
tTlTf tftttttfttt tHtttttttt
the Big Results
DAY, for- Now Ads.
lfi CHirm nrrcit of Inml In Jlntnakua.
Island of Hawaii; II acres plauli'il
to port now bearing; balance of
Inml uscil for pnHtiirc On nbuvo
proppity In nlsu n two story house
furnished, stable mid Intern ; bo
shies nil t'XpP'xi uncon, 2 inuleii, n
horse, nlmiit T.'i clikkctm niul n uif
fro ptilplni; iiiiuIiIiip. Apply In
1'rniik dp Mcllo, 127 quoin St. Ho
Kino corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit mid ornamental trees
and nil Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and I'unahou
College. Address R. P., this offlco.
Patiios, T.'p cents n box; strong plants
In bloom now 2nd door couth of
Camp MrKlnli'y, Lentil AP Wnl
Cheap Home near Park, WatVlkt.
Address It. 8. K.. nullctln.
A llic mlltltor fur a plrasant, fcslab
llslii'd business. Is wanted, l'criua
ui'iit position to right man. Aildnvi
It I) II Hull' tin uillre S3.V)-tf
Salesman nnd collector for Island of
Mnul. Apply 1107 Alnkca at.
UOOM AND BOARD
Hoard nnd room for lireo single gen
tlemen. In private family, in minute
from business center: references.
Address or apply Mrs. J. A. Ilnssln
rci. 1271 lleretnnln St. 33S2-1W
Itoom and hoard In private family for
mnn mid wife; clectrlr IIrIuk: hot
and i old wnlir; ram pass doore. etc.
AildreHH M. A II . Ilulh'lln. 3.153 tw
A Imndle of clothes, between lleretanln
near Itlvcr nnd Queen's llospltnl. Hi-
I , turn in Yi'i Wo I,aundry. No. sn6
' Kul.ul and Itlvcr Sts. SMSl-flt
l-adkii Bo1'' watih and thaln. InltlnM
M A. II.
ltcvrtird nt this olllco.
Umbrellas r. paired and brass polish'
In;;. Takatn, 1281 Fort BL
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J,
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
I Estimates furnished on all kinds of
palnllnR. All work Riiarnnteed,
Kiioh Ilros., Union nlove Hotel Bt.
8e Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Iloxcs, Sharpening of
rlnoXtitlcry. near Union OrllL
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101,
Weekly Bulletin SI per ye'r.
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REO CLIMBED THE STAIRS
As Easily As
IT TAKES JHE BIG HILLS
Oconto 11. Woodward, nn auto salesman, March STlli drop n IG-horse-power
Upo touring enr up u Might of ntnlrn Into Alamo Square. Kan Francisco,
mid then, to chow that It was "Just ns, pasy," drove down ngnln The font
vvns performed without anything that was even n distant rousln of Miss Hap,
mid Wnodnnrd declares It would he Inn for him to run up mid down nil day,
In tliu lllRht the ltco toyrd with are forty treads and they form a 3. per cent
Rni.de Woodward Bays thnt If ho lan Ret any one to hit that lio rnn't ho
will cllmli n tree; In the enr he used. All of which xhowa that phould the man
who wins the llulletln Hpo wish to cllmli Manna Ken or ll.ileiiknhi or Dia
mond Head hn could do It. Woodvvnrd'H stnry of how he did II follows:
As soon ns the car started up tho
steps ul Alamo Sipiaie 1 Ijcriiii to won
der what 1 would do f tho engine
pioved unequal to the tusk of IiuiiIIuk
me mid the ear to the top. That fee!
Iiir only lusted for u few seconds, uii.t
the fear that 1 had of a fractured skull
and a trip to the KmerRincy Hospital
woro off, mid I was lilted with udinlia
tion nt tho vvuy the little enRlno was
doliiR Its work. I turned on u llttl.)
more power, .ind the List half of the
IIIhIiI of steps was made In much faster
time than the first. Hven with such u
limited experience of stair cIlmhlnK.
when 1 Rot to the laudliiK In the middle
1 hart ho further douhlg of the ina
i bine's ability, nnd iilthoiiKli Ii failure
on the upper half of the slnlis would
Ikivi'Iiciii much moie daugeious, I felt
liu danger. I had my brakeu In Rood
older, nnd iiIiIioukIi 1 did not have lo
use them. 1 was not tnkliiR any moie
iliiim.es than were turning to me.
'I lie down trip ueated even more pe
tullur seiisallous Hum tho u;i trip. 1
had my brakes on hard, ami I knew
that ns lung ns they performed their
work 1 was all right. 1 kept the ma
cliliiu perfectly strjtRlit, so that In case
of accident the worst 1 could have got
(omlng down was n "shoot the chutes
trip Into Fulton street. With u little
liuctlce I think 1 urn make nn auto
illmh a tree.
tlcorge II. Woodward, n salesman for
tho nuto house of J. W. I.cavllt & Co.,
San Kninclst'O, evolved the Idea thut :t
mi iiiituiiiohlle could illmh n hill !l
i mild n lllght of gjii. So he conlhled
in bis employer, anil l.eavltl ngrecd to
lit 1 1 1 tn have the use of v. llco automo
bile to make the test. '
The steps leading from the lorner of
Full6n mid Stelner slrreu: Into Alamo
siliuirc wcro selected, mid n crowd of
(he curious )cstcnlay morning wit
mssed the attempt. Leavltt was theic.
nnd Just befoic tho start was made ho
ucgan to leauzc mm u tninciuiug nup
peued be might have to itner the. Ion
of an auto, nnd also a salesman. WCod-i
ward hail Ideas und l.c'.ivltl nicded
Ihem In his business. Ho took tho dar
ing salesman aside mpl wlilspcud in
"It's n fine machine yoit'ro going to
tukeon this trlii," bo said, "but If uny
lakc on this trip." he said, "but If uny-
uud the machlno ure going (d 101119
dun n these steps In any hut the man
lier plannid, then Hi tho luaihlno go
anil jguip." , ',. . f
The fiirntng was a JdiHcnms hut un
necessary one. Woodward, turned on
tho sixteen horsepower engine, mid the
i litem bundled pounds of inr und man
Marled on tho accent of jj.iu Mulrwa)
There art forty steps from hottoiif'to
top. nnd In the middle tlitfe is a land
ing. The grade Is esllmnU'd nt 3." per
tent. Without n waver the engine
putTi'd and tho cm moved itpwaul
Monly the steps were mounted, mid the
Ui'.ul) pace continued until woodward
was safely on the landing. Ills con
fidence In his engine had been well
placed, mid to show that ho trusted It
iio turned on moru horsepower mid
went nt the kcloiuI half ut n good
speed. The car was equal lo this iilso,
nnd ipih'kly icached tho top umlilit
tho astonished ejaculations of tho on
lookers. ' '
Without stoppltfe the engine Wood
ward turned tiroum! In tho square and
made tho descent. Ho hail carclully
ndJiiMed tho hmkes befoie (.tailing
mid everything (vus In lino working
order. Tho brakes kept tho machlno
from taking the forty stops ut 0110
bound, but tho ilown trip was miide In
much faster tlne than tho driver In
tended. Tho sidewalk was reached
safely nnd Woodward beuved a MA
sigh of relief us bo stepped out. 1 1 In
friends congratulated him, ami none
was morn enthusiastic llinu l.eavltt,
wio had bnt'ii mi oxclted mid nuxloiu
vviitiber to' tho test.
Woudward says hn Is willing to do
the trick over ugaln, and Is ready
to match the machlno ho drovi
ugalnst nny machlno of tlm fame
weight nnd horsepower In a hill climb
Ing contest or n race. Kiumlnor.
VIEWS ON rfllH
Kdltor Kvenlng JJullctln: Ot nil tha
uttUles ever written on labor and
plantation management, tho most In
tolerable and ridiculous, I tl.lnk. Ir. tho
ono whlih njipeared In )oer Usuo of
the 27th lilt., mid signet "O," who la
supposed to icsldo at l'rpcckco.
It Is Intolerable, because bo charges
the I'oitugueso with having develop 'd,
In Into years, n fondness for luxuilci,
und tho vlco ot drunkenness.
It Is ridiculous, bcciit'to ho U giving
tho managers of n certain tin co plini
unions ot Hi ewer & Co., a portlor. of
his harmless gns. Hot Air.
I'm a Portuguese, und I defy Mt O.,
whoever he may be, to piovo his ch trJ
thut the Poitugucso on tho pluu'.atluiu
today are drunkards and fond cf lux
uries. I picsume that he Is cither Ignorant
nf the londltlons and circumstances nt
tho Portuguese on tho plantations, or
la mlklne fur HVA.V Interest.
It, Is probable that Mr. O. Is In goodl
financial circumstances, but It Is u fa jt
that no Portuguese laborer, earning tha
paltry sum of (22.00 a month, can savo
ten cents out of bit wages, after sat
Inlying the demands of 11 family ul
(uveu or eight ihlldicn. nil depending
nn him fur support. I don't deny that
mnie plantation managers are good,
kind-hearted, conscientious men, but
good wishes mid kind hearts don't sup
port 11 large family It undoubtedly Is
n fart that some manager occaslonuliy
illxpensu charity out of their owu pock
ets towards needy laborers, but plonnu
remember Mr. ()., that the I'ortugiiuo
laborers are not seeking alms, they de
mand wages, which are preferable.
' There Is no time compared witli tin
contract tlnip." says Mr 0, is the cry
of most of the Portuguese ftom Hllo
to Hmn.ikiin. Yes, It may lie true that
lit Hint time Hie laborers saved n ft
dollars, but It Is very true that the 1011
dltlons of living wcic uiuslderably dif
ferent. In tho first place, no laborer during
the contract time had ns large 11 family
of tiny tots as our l.ilmreis have lo.
In the second place Hie gulches wore
n suurce fiiuii which ninth food was
ohtulucd, such as wild tnro, bananas,
In the third place tho plantation
stores aimed to supply the laborers
with provisions as cherp as possible,
while today they try to make ns much
money ns they enu out of the luhoicrs.
Now, let us take our most common
product, sugar, for Instanie. During
tho contract time the plantation stoie
letnlled sugar cheaper than, or equal
lo, the American market. Today they
cell for almoin twice ns much.
The raw sugar today, alter transpor
tation to San Fiunilsio. cllx there for
3'A lents a pound, but the plantation
slorcB here ehmgc Cc it pound, wbllo
for granulated sugar they charge lu
1 cuts. All other' provisions nro sold
hero In like proportion. "
When tho common necessities of life
nVo so expensive, It is absurd to accuse
a laborer of oven DIllIA.MINU of lux
uries nnd drunkenness. I'
The problem of living nlml raising a
large family would ho dm utter liu
possllillltyulfi ItliWrd not for the few
vegetables whliliilhOjl.Valso lu son:t
small pailiibi.UwIr.Uilk yard
I would siigttsl tuv.VMr, U visit konie
of i)i) hinivv tffiuliMrti'Ri!cso labor
ers ?iiniy week day ut,niiy lime be
twqn, ID p, m, mid dftk, and 1 us
siife Urn, beforehand Ihabiho will find
those laborers who are supporting 11
lan;et family on Hi, dcprylng them
fJuJH of much needed rest, iy tolling
Lrv 'their vegilahlo gardens, ',
Mr. O. Bays. ''Il's useless ,fpV nn)
hody to (omo with erroneous articles
to tho prcis." Dear me. his artlilo Isn't
ON'I.Y erroneous, bill full uf hot ulr,
exaggeration, and selfishness.
Heroic (oncliidltig, 1 would advise
Mr. (). that In IiIh future nrthles against
Hit' Portuguese laborers, It will he wlso
tor him to Inform himself Lcforu tnilc
Ing through bis hut.
'I hanking )ou hefotchand for the
rpnie, I mu.
Hllo, April I. lilufl.
ST. MEWS HT
Tho luuicrt to bo givcu toward tho
pin i base of u new urg.iu fur St. Au-
diow's Cathedral la ccrlaluly for n
win thy cause, ia)s the. ihulr-iuustur
of thu C.ilhulial. Tho present Instru
ment Is ilpc fur the Birap-lieap. Homo
of Its. ton's uru uut bad, but il hat
nai lied that stage of decieplludo hIicii
lepalis of any lasting value mo no
longer possible, and the plajcr emi ob
tain good ciTlMs only by means of cer
"Tho bellows of tho organ hnvo beou
patched und rvputched until tluru Is tin
longer any suund pUio to elup a new
patch to; still they leak like n sieve.
Tho tracks lu tho wlud-truuk havn
been plugged with i how lug gum,
"An adequate now organ lor St. An
drew's Cathedral will iust fiom VMVi
lo tlu.UOu. 1 lould not honestly recom
mend tho upending of less than JjUHU.
'I bis Is u lot of money, but it must be
lemenibereil thai a new Instrument
Ihortmghl) well constructed und ptou
crly tuki-ii en io of should List fur sev
eral generations, There tiro sumo llrtt
tute organs in Kngland up wauls of 2oU
j cat a old. tbo chief comuoucut parU
ot which arc stilt in uso.
"This U our thlid annual concert for
tho new organ fund. Wo have a nest
egg of about C00 from tho other two
corneita. I hope people will tuin uut
well to this one."
After tho teacher had carefully ex
plained the familiar story, she asked
Tommy whether ho expected to ho
among Mic sheep or tho goats. "How's
n fcllor to tell," nnswered Tommy,
when bis paw says ho Is a 'pesky kid'?'
U IUiJ fornniintiiral
illurliufirKst. Ilitliillll IMllOlII.
hnaUiuk. '" '.""'.."' .""'.'"'"""
tkdt (u aitutar. .!. ....... .. ..!... i,...
l,U,rwlt,.l'Mtuiff.rPA"1 I'l'll'""' III.IUlllir
D,gUt Or HIMIIUU,
Mold iiy uruiaiais.
fur JLV-urSlidi'. H.7V
tlm... I cu ruu
19 M THE AUTO
Tho Dullotln finds It noccsiary
: In establish a now rule In con
nectlon with tho automobllo con-
A change In the delivery of a
paper from tho person now re-
celvlng It to another of the tame
: family cannot bs accepted as a
now subscriber, nor will an addl-
4 tlsnal paper sent to a person al
ready receiving- the paper be ae-
r cepted at a new subscriber.
Tho llulletln has been very
S- careful that thcro nliatl bo nhno-
Into fair play in dealing with tho :
ei.utcstanls. It must nlso seo
that the conteslnnU nro enually
t straightforward In their relations
: with tho paper. Tho matter Is
brought parly to tho ntlentlon of
the many pcnplo Interested In
order thnt thero wny bo no nils-
5- iindorstftiidlng as to what con-
stllules a new subscriber.
AUTO STANDING APRIL 5
Co. D, N. G. H., Hllo ZI723S
Admiral Geo. C. Beckley .2096G0
St. Loula College Alumni Attn.144642
Jpdge A. N. Kepblkal .,, 122126
Diamond Head Athletic Club .. 3S22S
Llhue Kegel Club 33473
Mrs. Lucy Wright, Walmea, Ka
Thoi. C. White, Kealakekua .. 1S861
Mn. C. L. Diekersop. 1S633
Jas. L. Frlel (Mauna Loa) .... 14248
Leo Lorrlltard Cummins 13937
AalaClub.. ., 13270
J. D. McVeigh 10010
Mitt Hannah Sheldon, Llhue, Ka
uai , 9549
D. K. Watson 0121
Jat. Kula, Kauai 6381
S. K. Kamaloplll 6288
Louit H. Miranda 3657
Mist Lucy Kaukau, Lahalna .. 2567
Geo. H, Dunn, Lahalna 2396
Tommy Reams 2307
John Raposo, Llhue Store .... 1C05
I. d Braga, Kauai 1G00
Cheater Irwin 1209
Kalmukl, Walalae, Palolo Impt.
A. M. Couza 1201
H. D.GJo 730
P. N. Kabnkuotuna (Pala, Maui) 800
SamnChonn .. ...,.,., 793
J. Rodrlguet 377
Cour.t Csmoas, A. O. K, ........ 167
W, J, Harvey, 66; E, Scharch, 12;
Miss C. Gomes, 3; Haiel Hoffman, 4;
George Gall, 6; V. Jacobten, 7!
August Martin, 89; M, Botellho, 62;
Honolulu Athletic Club, 45; C. E. Pe
terson, 29; Geo. Cachlcopulot, 31; Anti-Swear
Society, 21; Dr. K. Yanagl
Mara, Kauai, 9; Mist Mary Oor
calet, 20; Chang p. Yen, ,11.
Henry Hogan, 15; Jerry Burnlngham,
10 M. Olevlero, 10; Capt, Gregory, '71'
Edna Agau, 17; C. A. 8am, 46;
Ml:t Eva McLean, 7; Chief Thurston,
G; F. Boyer, C; M.Munlz, 9; E. S. Kong
4; A Gomex, 4; Geo, Chronlt, 9; Rex,
Hftrhcock, 9; Mist H. M. Machado, 1;
Gro. Porflrlo, 1; Mary Cafa, 1; Mitt
Mqllle Alolau, 27; Henry B. Ryan, 1!
John '(ealoha, 8; Burnette Brown, 1;
Jockey McAuliffe, 1; Angellne Sllva,
1; Joe Medelrot, 6; Geo. Brunt, 3;
Kanjj Slmpton, 3; Mils Kate Wood
ward, 6; Mrs. M. M, Machado, f; Mrs,
A. q. Rota, 1; Mary Gouveia, 1; A.
Fcrrandez, 4; Mitt Kate Farrell, 1;
Adeline Medelroo, 1; A, I. Gllva, 1;
Alrra Nelton, 1; Aug. Qomet, 1; Hulda
Johnson, 1; Pacific Barber Shop, 1;
Lusltana Danclnrj Club, I; John Jo
clan, 1; Mlts Phllomcna Perry, 1;
Frlti Van Der Lcine (Koloa), 1; Mltt
Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hlng, 2;
Hllo Band, 1; V. Jtcobcen, 1;
E. S. Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn, 3; Jose
J, Roka, 1; Mltt Alice Weight, i; C,
Sullivan, 1; Caesar Gomez, 1; H. T,
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1; Edith Tuck,
1; Manl. Vincent, 1; Geo. Drum, 3;
Mlts M. A. Larsen, 1; Dr. S. Jaeger, 1;
Gertrude M,cCann, C; J, P. Scully,
4; Ralph Kahn, 14; H. Sil
ver, 3: 8. A. Deel, Ewa, 3; J. H,
Kahn, 2; J. A. L. Do Fries, 2; May
Guttefeld, 2; Kohala Club, 2; I." S.
Dillingham, Jr., 3; Wm. Tlm Ke, 2;
Aug. Gomet, 2; Emll Linderman, Ko
loa, 2; Chinese Athletic Club, 7; Carl
Nelper, 2; R. H. Hitchcock, 2; Bill
V, Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
Mrt. Jat. Dougherty, 6; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mac-
farlane, 2; C, Loult, 1; L. Mon Tai, 1;
Fritz Fredenberg, i; H. A, Franoon,
2; Loult 9. Alvet, i; Joe Vagras, i;
M. T. Manliall, 1; Wm. Medelrot, i; J.
M. Perry, 1!F. W. Klebahn. 1; J. D. Mc
Inerny, 1; Prof. D. Malkai, 1; W. T,
Schmidt, 1! Malle Athletic Club, 1;
Mrs. J, E. Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenberg, 1;
Keokl Itenberg, 1; H. 8. Ward, 1;
Mlts Kalal Walau, 176; L. Freltat, 1;
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rotellne Stone, 1;
Loulo Vincent, 1; Geo. Brunt, 3; B.
M. Sumner, 1; Harry S. Gray, 10; J.
F. Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
Ernest Munlz, 7; Manuel Mu
nlz, 1; Walter Dillingham, 1;
Lum Chlng, 1; R. A. Lucas, 1; John
Perrlardo, 1; Louis Vincent, 12; Manl.
Kakatupa, 1; Treddy Rodrlguet, 1;
Chinese Athletic Club, 1; Jno. Botell
ho, 1; Mltt Mary Vincent, 1; Jim Vler.
ra, 1; Mltt Mary Couvela, 4; F. G.
Machado, 1; Bjlly Heilbron, 1; Mltt
VIvj Oldt, 2; Jerry Burnlngham, 2;
Joe Tata, 1; Miss Helen Gllhut, 1;
Mn. Lam Yam, 1; Richard Buhler, 2;
Jane Kalanal, 1; Chong Mee Hing, 2;
Polly Kalana, 1; W. J. Harvey, 2;
Paul Welnholz, 1; Henry Hogan, 9;
Mrs. Lam Yam, 2; Mn. A. Fernandez,
1; Mist Prltcltla Charmen, 10; Miss
Hazel Hoffman, S; Mary Qulntel, 1;
Mrs. J, M. Theotonla, 1; Morris An
trod, 1; Dr. McCall, Kahuku, 1; E. S.
Kong, 7; C, Schwartz, 2; Mlts Bessie
Boyd, 2; Julia Dlat, 1; Royal School,
1; Henry B. Ryan, 1; Tom Farrell, 1;
Mrs. Mary Farrell, 1; Jat. McAuliffe,
z; Lum cning, i; Edna Akau, s. scat
(ieorgc "Ituther than remain stnglo
would you marry tbo biggest fool on
cm Hi If ho nskod you!" Clara "Oh,
Ctorge, thta U to miildcn." ChlcukU
Of Hawaii For 1906
The $5oo Ocean Yacht Race Trophy
The Beautiful White Rock Golf Cup
The BULLETIN'S S2000 Prize List
Consisting of a $1400 Reo Touring Car; a
$350 Kroeger Piano; a $5000 Insurance
Policy; a Silver Punchbowl; a Sewing Ma
chine; a Store Order; a Winchester Rifle; a set
of Golf Clubs and Leather Bag; a Suit Case;
a Kodak Developing Machine.
The winner of tho ocean race cup will demonstrate the skill of his
crew and the fine model of hit yacht; the winner of the aolf trouhy wilt te.
cure the prize by good playing and ttrady nerve; but the finest prize of all
The Bulletin's Touring Car, will bo a test of pertonal popularity that will
establish the reputation of the winner for the next twenty-five years. Every
ono still remembers that Capt, 8lmerton of the Island fleet, won The Bulle
tin's Binoculars; that Jim Gorman won the diamond ring; that the Kohala
Club won the Pope-Tribune Runabout, but all theco prizes put together do
not equal In value the first prize In the present contest tho Splendid Reo.
Thla is not only a business enterprise of The Bulletin's, but is a splendid
opportunity presented to the people of Hawaii. Both old and new subscrib
ers are entitled to votes which may be turned In for any person the holder
the FIRST PRIZE Is a Reo Touring car complete. The Reo Is the
1906 standard of Utilized Power: 16 horsepower. 1500 pounds, station five
people, speed 35 miles per hour, price
u. uiat, me toremott designer ana nuiiaer or gasoline motor ears in tho
United States. The Von Hamm-Young Co. Is agent for. this car, and their ex-
perlence with many makes of autoo It a sufficient guarantee that they will
not handle any but high-grade SUCCESSFUL automobiles.
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a handsome Kroeger Piano, from the well
known Island firm, The Bcrgstroni Music Co., who have handled this make
of piano since 1895, and hundreds of people In the Territory bear testimony
to Itt fine tone, splendid workmanship and lasting qualities.
THE THIRD PRIZE la a 95000 Insurance Policy Issued by the Con
tinental Casualty Co., of Chicago, The Henry Waterhoute Trust Co. are the
FOURTH PRIZE Is a Silver Punchbowl from the Jewelry establishment
of M. R. Counter, Fort street.
FIFTH PRIZE A S 10 Store Order, Issued by The Bulletin Publishing
8IXTH PRIZE A Domestic 8ewlng Machine from The Von Hamm
8EVENTH PRIZE A. B. G. I. 8ole Leather Coif Bag and a set of Willis
Parke clubt, from the sporting goods department of E. O, Hall &. Son.
EIGHTH PRIZE A Winchester Repeating Rifle from the tporttnn goods
store of Woods & Sheldon,
NINTH PRIZE A Gold Mounted, Sole Leather Suit Cats from The Von
Hamm-Young Co. )
.TENTH PRIZE A Kodak Developing Machine from the Honolulu Pho
to Supply Co.
Thetse ten prlzet are the high-water mark 'of merit, value, tone and use
fulness In the Territory of Hawaii. The winning of them It n question of
votet and the votet may be had under the following conditions:
Rules of the Contest
b .The contest opened Thursday, February 1, arid will dote at S o'clock p.
m., June,. 16, 1006, , ,,
yVHbiMAY ENTER. .1
Arlyono may enter except persons or anyone In the Immediate family of
any person In the regular employ of The Bulletin Pub. Co., Ltd.
During thla contest a new Subscriber will be understood to be any per
son who hat not been regularly served with The Dally or Weekly Bulletin
for thirty days prior to February 1, 1906. Transfers from one member of a
household to another wll not be allowed, and all names handed In as NEW
must be subject to Investigation before votes aro allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT.
The final count win be made by three judges, selected from among tnose
having no interest In The Bulletin and no active Interest. In any one of tho
candidates. The vote will be announced by the Judges and the prizes award
ed according to their findings, there being NO APPEAL. Subscription ac
counts and everything pertaining to the contest will be open to their Inspec
NO TRANSFER OF VOTES.
Only one name can be written on nnv ballot, and transfers of votes
from one candidate to another will not bo allowed.
Schedule of Vote Credits
In every copy of the paper there will be printed a coupon which being
properly filled out with the name of the party for whom It Is desired to vote
and deposited with The Evening Bulletin WITHIN 3 WEEKS AFTER
THE DAY OF IS3UE, will be credited as ONE VOTE. Additional vote
credits will be allowed as follows:
For each NEW 8UB8CRIBER who has not been regularly served with
The Evening Bulletin within a period of thirty days prior to the first day
of February, 1906ylf-pald cash In advance, credits will be allowed, as fol
' . Dally 1 year $8.00 3500
Dally, 0 months 4.00 1500
Dally, 3 months 2.00 750 '
Dally, 1 month .73 250 "i
Weekly, 1 year 1.00 425
Weekly, 6 month 50 200
Cash payment! on all other subscriptions, either payments In advance
or on account of arrears, wilt receive vote coupons when payment Is made,
BUT NO VOTES WILL BE CREDITED UPON SUM8 LE8S THAN fiOS
In other words, votes will be credited for cash payments on regular sub
scriptions as follows:
Dally, 1 year $8.00 3000
Dally, 6 months 4.00 1200
Dally, 3 months 2.00 COO
Dally, 1 month .75 200
Weekly, 1 year 1.00 400
Weekly, 6 months 60 175
TODAY Is the day to get In; the first count will be announced Thurs
day, February 8. 1906.
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2m tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Business, on T?
all of which our prices are
the standard of quality, and
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y Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe-
ft- dltlous service and the tame careful attention at Is given to pur- -
chases made In person.
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