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Berkeley, Palo Alto.
SIX Young La die, elected by 'the votes
of their friends, will make this trip as
guests of the EVENING BULLETIN.
The Contest will Open April 1st, 1907, and will Close Tuesday, July 30th, 1907
The successful contestants' names will be published in the BULLETIIN Monday, August 12, L907.
will be notified by wireless August lO, 1907.
Of The Contest
The contest opens Monday, April
1, 1907, and will close at 5. o'clock
p. m., Tuesday, July 30, 1007. The
final count will be made Saturday,
August 10, 1007. Winners on the
outside Islands will be notified by
WHO MAY ENTER
This contest is open to reputable
young women born in the Hawaiian ,
'Islands, excepting anyone in the
immediate family of anyperson in
the regular employ of the Bulletin
Publishing Co., Ltd.
Old and New Subscribers will re
ceive the same number of votes in
icturn fcr money paid in for "renew
als or for new subscriptions.
COUPONS GOOD FOR ONE MONTH
Subtcription coupons will be good
for one month after the date of is
me; if coupons arc turned in after
the date of expiration appearing oil
the face of the coupon the votes will
i.ot be courted.
THE FINAL .COUNT
The final count will be made by
three judges, selected from among
those having no interest in the
Evening Bulletin and no active in
terest in any oie of the candidates.
The lesult of tie voting will be an
nounced by the judges and the SIX
CANDIDATES having the highest in
dividual totals will be declared win
rers in this contest by the judges,
end from their findings there is no
Subscription accounts and every
thing pertaining to this contest will
be open to the inspection of the
Any candidate withdrawing from
the contest cannot have her votes
counted for another.
Onlv one name shall be written
on any ballot, and transfers of votes
from cne candidates to another will
rot be allowed.
SOMETHING OR THE PROPOSED TRIP
At Victoria the voting ladies will I read on llrilMi foil ami
enjoy llit) interesting sights of olio of tin hii'forieal cities ol the
Pacific Coast. There will lie n reception tendered the guest-,
mid drives to iniiiiy beautiful spots around Victoria. The trip
from Victoria to .Seattle is by Wit, which requires a night ami
half n ilny on Puget Sound, which is ever n delightful journey,
free from seasickness and with the many snow-capped mountain
peaks of the Olympic range continually i)i view.
At Seattle n leception mid hall will he git en, also a sail on
Lake Washington, followed hy n Chun-Hake. A .side-trip to
mm of the large miner, and a visit to the iinmcne saw-milU
at Port Ulakcley. The party will ho o-oorlcd on tliec trips hy
n special committee of ladies from Seattle, who intend to show
their Hawaiian guests every courtesy. There am many inter
esting points of iuteiest around Seattle, hut these alone will
not occupy nil the time, or .Seattle wishes the joung Indies to
enjoy the homo hospitalities of their progressive and famous
From Seattle to Tiicomn another jo'urnoy hy water will ho
taken on the steamer Flyer, so widely known for its swiftness.
Jlero another opportunity i's afforded to view fho,'r.inil pano
ramic, effect of wooded shores, green fields; rolling hills, mid
perpetual snow. Tiroiiui, another city of wealth, heautifiil
homes and substantial bushiest interests, will lie enjoyed for a
day and night; here the young ladies will he given n heaity
welcome ami special eiitertaimueiit. They' will lease Tacoma hy
morning train for Portland, arriving there in the evening.
At the. State lino Mjveral of the Oictjon Journal girl mid a
special committee will meet tho Hawaiian parly mid from that
moment until they leave the State a week latei it will ho
one round of pleasure mid sightrceing Receptions, It.ilU, Din
ners, Kte. Portland will endeavor to outshine the other cities
in their uclcoiuu and eiiterlainiueiil. One day will he devoted
to the world-ienowued Columbia Hiver Scenery, with an elegant
spread at noon. On this trip s'everal of Portland's leading hulic
will accompany the parly. Another excursion will lake them
to Seaside, where two days will he spent at the Hotel Mooie.
At Astoria, en route to Seaside, they will visit one of the large
salmon eannerie, and he treated to a tish jliniier.
Leaving Portland on a morning train, a ride of lifly miles
will he made to Salem, Oregon' capital, whure n day will lie
spent nml the ladies received hy tho Governor ond tho State's
ollicials. AHm-H To.ier, -ccretary of the Oregon Press Associa
tion, lives here ami will lake the party for a carriage drive, visit
ing the State's public institutions. .M'iss lilaucho Krowu, ono
of the Otvijun Journal girls, will entertain the guests nt her
home for luncheon, followed hy a reception. In tho evening a
dinner will he given hy members of the Press nt the Hotel
Willamette. The II o'clock train will Mart the party Miiilli.
At Koehnrg, Ore., .Miss Kdna Parsley will he at the train
when it reaches there, the following evening, and give the young
ladies llio glad-haml. All along the Oregon line friends of .Mrs.
Weathcrred are preparing to lie at the train with friiitsaud
lloucrs for the Hawaiian Party.
At Sacramento the Governor will welcome tho visitors and
a committee of ladies will spend the day showing the sights of
their city. In the evening the journey will Imi continued via
tho Valley ltoiite to Los Angeles.
While in Honolulu the J.os Angeles Cluiuiher of Commerce
leariied of the coming contest ami all were enthusiastic over
tho visit of the young ladies fiom Hawaii to their city, ".lust
leave it lo us," remarked one of the prominent ladies. A grand
recepjion ami hall will first Ixi given, and during their stay
I.os Angeles' best homes will ho opened to receive their guests
from the Islands. There are so many iiiteiesling pluces to visit
in and around l.os Angles that a week to ten days will Ihi given
there. 4y ' tf df
PASADFXA, KKDI.AXDS, IUVF.KSIDK, LONG
lHCAL'Il, SAX 1)1 KGO ami OTHF.lt JiF.AinT SPOTS of
Southern California are included in the iliiierarv, Keach place
will extend its hospitality in true California style.
From Los Angeles to San Francisco will he hy f'oast Liim,
m United for its picture-ipieiie-s, A week will he given to San
Francisco, which includes near-by places if interest Stanford
University, Palo Alto ami Fniversity of California at Ucrkc
ley, Oakland ami Alameda. A trip up .lt. Tamalpais is ever
interesting. The road winds lo the lop of the highest peak near
San Francii-co, where a grand view is euji'ed of the surround
yJliKjCJlies and the Golden Gale. The ten ladies of the Western
fj'a'iirn'1'nilji who iccently visited Honolulu have already plan
ned ways of entertaining their Hawaiian guests when they visit
San Francico and Herk.eh'.v. hjoin Sail I'rauuiM'o tho party
will sail for home, after a Inur of Six or Seven Weeks,
Of Vote Credits
In every copy of the paper there
will be printed n coupon which being
properly filled out with the name of
the party for whom k is desired to
vote and deposited with the EVEN
ING BULLETIN Within 3 Weeks
After the Day of Issue, will be cred
ited as ONE VOTE. Subscription
vote credits will be allowed as fol
Daily, 1 year $8.00 3500
Daily, 6 months 4.00 1500
DaiW, 3 months . . 2.00 750
Daily, 1 month 75 250
Weekly, 1 year . .
Weekly, G months
JThe Bulletin's Pacific States Tour
means the best effort at promotion
Hawaii lies ever made. The party
of. young ladies, under careful, ex
pcrienced direction, will meet the
political and serial Hders of the
Coast States and will splendidly rep
resent thev land of their birth Ha
waii nei. The Girls from Hawaii will
be so prominently in the public eye
that they will do glorious work in
creating right impressions regarding
the typical characteristics of one of
Nature's finest conceptions the real