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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 100S.
"Costly thy habit us thy purse can buy,
But not expressed 'in' fancy;' rich not gaudy
For this apparel oft proclaims the man."
The Hats we are showing for Christmas are rich, and express rid extreme fancy. They are such as
will be selected by those who want hats of quiet style and assured quality that will be suitable and
correct for most occasions. The price of these hats show a reasonable profit, and it is this
REASONABLE PROFIT principle that has made the enviable reputation of
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Dunn's Hat Shop
Now, What D'ye Think Of That?
Most Popular Girl
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J. H. HOWELL,
Manaoer Evening B u 1 1 o 1 1 n'a Poiul;rlty Contest.
MR. HOWELL'S WORK
The Venluiii (Cul.) IYen 1'iehS Ins
this to say of J, II. Howell, who te
tcntly conducted u populuilty (an
te at In that city, and who will hnvo
chaigo of tin) K von I us 11 u 1 1 e -tin's
contest. Sir. Howell camo
fium SJimi Diego hero, whero lio con
ducted Ills lust contest, (sending n
jmrty of San Diego joiing women to
Honolulu. Thoy' will an ho bonio
"The success of tho Flop t'icss i ou
tput la, of course, duo for the most
jmt to tho iictsonql offoits of J. II.
Howell, tho contest malinger. Mr.
Howell hud entire charge of tlin con
test mid not ono woid of coniiiliilnt
waB heat il regarding his inannge
niuiit. Tho contest of two joais ago
was under his Bupeivlsloiii nuil It
was iicctillmly fortunate fm this pa
per to lie able to secuio him again,
Ho Is careful and considerate, unl
foimly courteous, nnd strictly hnn
(ft, Tho contest would not have
beon it contest without him."
"DM j ou over he.ir of such goings
on? Here Is tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u tijlng
to pick. out five of tho most popular
gills In Honolulu nnd vicinity.
"Now, thero's Mndgc. I'm suio
Bho's Just tho moat populur; nnd
'thero's Jennie, sho's surely next, nnd ,
tho thlid nnd fouith arc well, letJ
mo nee. Madge, Jonnlo, Irene nnd I, I
wo nil go togethert nnd I thlnV It!
would bo nice If wo could, net all t
those prltcs nnd taho tho trip togoth-
ir. Wish I wub ns popular tin Mndgo.
Mujbo I am, and don't Know It, You
Know I mubt lio modest about It; but
I'll stick up for Jennie, Iiene, and
Miulf e, anyhow." '
Thus It inn thioughout tho cfr,
I.iki night, nnd It was all Inspired,'
this reasoning, by tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u s
announcement to tho most popular,
to tho second, to tho third, nnd to
tho fouith, nnd for tho most popular
of tho young women would bo given n
pilzo lit for royalty.
Of com be, enti )oung woman who
lead that notice was too modest to
ilicam of winning tho prie lierbelf,
ut least the first prize. Sometimes
Kim would skip tho second, but usual
ly lauded on (ho third. Then there
was Just such a Hililonuy us follows!
"Jack would help me, and ho could
get all his fi lends to help me, nnd I
would hnvo pap-i and Undo Qeurgo
nnd grandpa to help'. I know Jack
would help Madga and I.oralno would
help .Jennie, nnd Fied would help
1 1 one, nnd they luno got Just IiobIb
of fi lends. And we'll take the Eve
ning II ii 1 1 o 1 1 li , no wo CQUlll cut
out ((lupous," ,
"Well, I'm going to get In on this
Just to seo If Mndgo, Ireno, and Jon
nlo won't win."
So the tontcst starts, add so tho
popular young women of Honolulu
and vlclnlt) nro entering tho content
and di awing all tholr lelntlvcs'und
friends In It with them. It will be
ono of tho warmest contests evor en
gaged In by tho joung women of any
(Ity or countr,
Alieaily there nio several entries.
They urd some of tho most popular
joung women In tho city, and It Is
going to bo haul to thooso tho "pop
ulaiest." Tho entries already mado
will bo nniioumed with those made
between now nnd that tlmo In the
h'bue of Januaiyvlind,
Not All Subscription Getting.
Hut the getting of subscriptions Is
iiot nil there Is to tho contest, by any
manner oi means, muse wnu en
gaga In the contest for the 11 u 1 1 e
tin trips not only will have the op
portunity to win other auxiliary
prizes, which will be awarded from
time to time during the contest an
nouiicementB of which will be made
In duo seqson but they will get a
training and experience and nn In-
tight Into human nature that will
amount to a liberal business nnd 80'
claf 'education. The work will devel
op their resourcefulness, their will'
power, their patience, tact, and per
It will give them self-poise, good
address and reasonable assurance.
Moreover It will ennble them to make
(cqualntnnces and friends thut may
prove of Inestimable value to them In
To nil of which is added tho cer
tainty that at leust live of the con
testants will win prizes or great
plensureand educational alue, aui
the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n will guarantee all
wlio do faithful, efficient work
throughout (he contest, will in some
way and reasonable mensitre, bo rec
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS F0LL0W8 WHEN
PAID IN ADVANCE.
One month's subscription to the
R v o n I n g 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, r0 votes; new subscription,
Three months' subscription to the
livening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion, SCO totes.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, GOO votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes. , v
Ono ear' subscription to the
EVonlng 11 u 1 1 e t'l n Old sub
scription, 1200. votes; now subscrip
tion, 1S00 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Ilulletl n Old sub
scription, 10,000 votes; new sub-
scilptlon, 10,000 otea.
'One year's subscrlntlon tn the
W o o k 1 y 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 120 votes.
Five j ears' subscription to the
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 1260 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to tho
K vonlng Bullo'tiu, 75 cents.
Th r eo months' subscription to the
R v u ii I n g 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n, $2.00.
Six months' subscription to the
12 V olilng Bulletin, $4.00.
Twelve months' subscription to tho
Rvunlng Bui let in, $8 00,
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Bui lot In, $40.00.
Ono j ear's subscription to the
Wookly IluloUn, J1.00.
FIvo years' subscription to the
Wookly Bullet In.g $5.00.
Address all subscriptions und com
munication to Manager Contest De
partment Evening Bulletin.
Honolulu, T, II.
Division of Territory.
v District No. 1 includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
2 Includes tho County
3 Includes tho County
4 Includes the County
The nfth trio,.-will bo for tho
chaperon, who will be chosen by the
:oung'Womn securing the highest in-
dlvldual"7vote, Irrespective of district
You may tako tho trip any time )ou
Four Separate Contests.
The Dv u n I n g U u 1 1 c 1 1 n is con
ducting four separate and distinct cot.
tests at tho same time.
The young woman who rcceUes tho
highest number of votes In District
No. 1 will be given first class transpor
tation both ways, nnd hotel accommo
dations while In Seattle and San Fran
The young woman tn District No. 2
will receive tho snmo trip to Seattto
and San Francisco, with the same ac
commodations as the ono In District
The young woman In District No. J
rccolvlng the highest number of votes
will receive the same trtn as the vouni!
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2. '
The young woman In District No. 4
leech lug the highest Into will reecho
the same trip ami accommodations as
tho three above mentioned districts.
5,000 Free Votes.
The E v u n I n g B u 1 1 c 1 1 n Is pub
lishing a special ballot today which
counts 3000 otex for the person
"whose name appears on same If prop
erly filled In and deposited at tho Bul
letin office on or before January 2ndi
fnn.llil.t.. 1l.li. lin(. p1u..J .....
.auuiuuica nuu uiaiu uilunu; Vllf
.eren mo cuniesi and 'nave not re
cehed this special ballot will be cred
Ited with the same when the first an
nouncement Is made.
Special Features of the Contest.
The fifth trip will be for the chap
eron, who will be chosen by tho enn
cidnte receiving the largest oto In the
four districts nboo mentioned, This
Is tho most Interesting feature of the
entlro contest. Not only do the four
winners go themselves, but tho ono
of the four receiving tho largest num
ber of votes, Irrespective of district
limitations, will have the tUht of se
lecting a fifth, who will chaperon tho
party. Tho winners may go singly or
In groups and may go any time they
choose. If they desire some other trip
they may exchange tho Seattle trip
for any other trip to the equivalent in
which satisfactory arrangements can
The entire party Including the chap
cron, will travel first-class. Including
llrst-class transportation both ways,
and hotel accommodations whllo In Se
attle nnd San Francisco.
For full Information, call on the Con
test Manager at the C v o n I n g Bul
letin office. He'll tell jou all about
It. Enter your namo today, "tomorrow
Local and National
No candidate wtil-becrelited with more than on of
these NOMINATING BALLOTS.
Good for 3000 Votes.
IN BULLETIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST
Mutt be voted on or before SATURDAY, JAN. 2ND,
fleue enter 3000 votes for
Address District No. ...
THIS COUPON, if presented at the Bulletin
office at Honolulu, T. H., before Saturday, January 2nd
1909, will be acoepted for 3000 Votes in favor of
the contestant named therein.
Each candidate allowed only one NOMINATING
HADE FOR 1909
$22,800 Is For Police
(Special to tho Bulletin)
WAIMJKU, Maul, Dec. 19. Tho
Board of Supervisors of Maul County
met In Wnlluku last Tuesday morn
ing, Dec. 15th, as required by tho
County Act, and passed un estimate
of the expenditures for salaries, pay
lolls, and publc Improvements for
this County for the'year ending Dec.
31, 1909. a
The total reaches' $153,100, Inclu
ding 22,S00 for pay of police, aud
$90,900 for public Improvements.
S, E. Kuluo was tho only member
absont; on account of Illness. Super
visors Halii nnd Pogue,-accompanied
by Senator S. E, Knloma,, aJeft
Tuesday nfternoon for liana, 'district
on Inspecting tour, I
Mr. Poguo had Just returned from
his trip to Molokal, where he met
many of the voters who freely ex
pressed to him their vlows upon, pub
lic matters on that Island, Mr. Pogue
knows the actual needs of the various
districts In this County now that his.
views and opinion on public matters
Wlll'liaVO ftnillft WltllrM In tliA tftk.inMla'
on the Board, II
Thorough search of records on. file
at Washington relating to the pur
chase of the Panama Canal by the
United States shows that the money
was paid to an accredited agent of
France and that no American syndi
cate was known to be In the deal.
That B. 11. Crottiilugshleld, the de
signer of tho yacht Hawaii, will arrive
hero In tho near future, Ii thu Infor
mation that has been rccclud by let
ter. Crownlngshleld Is now In San
Franclaco and he has announced his
Intention of coming to Honolulu be
fore he returns to the East. It Is
thought that he will reach here within
the next few weeks.
It is the intention of Crownlngshleld
to make n thorough Inspection of the
Hawaii, and. It Is bellued, that Is hU
chlot reason for paying a lntt to the
Islands lit this time. There has bein
u general Impression among local
jnehtsmen Hint tho performance of tho
Hawaii, In the Sail i'edro to Honolulu
luce, would hnu been far inure h.UIk
factory had shu carried more caimis.
Tho arrival of the designer, nnd the
announcement of his opinion, will
therefore be awaited with lutccst by
n n a
Promptly at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow
tho ijrawlng for thu last golf tourna
meiit of the year will take place on the
links of tha Oahu Country, Club, All
who wIbIi to (ako part In thu play will
have to hand their names tu liofori
that time us the entry list will elo.-.e
tharp on the half-hour.
Ilandsoino trophies Iino been pio
tiled for tho eent. Two prizes v. I.I
be given, one to thu man with the low
est net score, and one to hint with the
lowest gross. The auto bus will stun
running at 9 o'clock to convey the
players fiom tho Nuiianii car Hue !u
Open On New
SI'OnT 18 PT Tennis court'.
New Year's day will hoc thu formal I
opening of the riconsli -id tennis
court at the Oahu Count r Club, Work
on the court Is now all but completed!
und It Is promised that our) thing will
bo In readiness fur the opening
It Is believed that the new tennis
court will bo the peer of any tu thu
t Territory. Considerable time and
money has been expended on It, and
every new w rlnklu In tennis court con
struction has been culled Into lenlce.
Thu first court laid out on thu club
grounds was never t..illsfac'niy. to
iver) precaution has been taken. In
making this imc, tu see Hint overy poj.
Iblu contingency Ih guarded against.
j The first tournament of the year on
the links or Hie Oahu Country Club
;Nevv Year's Da will see a lotal iel
rlon of the hnndlraps of I ho pl.iers.
' The committee Is now at work loxls-
! lug the handlcap-i and pl.iverH will
com clo under the new order of
things on Jiiuu-iry I
An excellent schedule of gamen has
been arranged for the coming year.
One of the font lire will be a series of
holiday tournaments, srlieiluleil for the
I cneflt of those who nu. im.ibli! tn take
part In the regular Sunday tourna
ment. The links aro'now In excellent con
dition as the result of the lato rains,
nnd the coming year's play is being
looked forward to with Interent l,-- ,
Bandits rob bank In Portland at pis
tol's iKiInt and make way with $10,
San Francisco, Board of Supervi
sors sends letter toSprlng Valloy Wa
ter Company asking that proposition ;
of selling to city bo submitted to
STUFFED FIGS and DATES; SMYRNA FIGS; FANCY LACUN FIGS; MALAGA BAISINS;
J0EDAN ALMONDS; CEYSTALIZED FRENCH FRUITS: FANCY NUT MEATS;
SWEET PICKLED and BRANDY PEACHES; PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES;
CALD?0RNIA TABLE BAISINS; ENGLISH WALNUTS; SPANISH PRESERVED CITRON;
ORANGE and.LEMONiPEEL; VASTIZZA CURRANTS; OLIVES: DRIED FRUITS;
NEWiPIPPIN APPLES; APPLE CIDER; MINCE MEAT; APPLE BUTTER; POULTRY SPICESt
WIESBADEN PRESERVES: IPLUM PUDDING: BAR LE DUC CONFITURES;
OLACE FRUITS; LOWNEY'S CHRISTMAS CANDIES; BONBONS;
RHINE 'and BORDZaW: TABLE WINES; M0NOP0LE RED TOP CHAMPAGNE. '
NAPA-AND SONOMA '(TABLE WINES; SPANISH SHERRIES; PORTUGAL, PORTS.
Green Xmau Trees and Xmas Tree Ornaments
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A number of suitable gifts: SUIT OASES, CIGARS, 5-0'CLOCK TEA KETTLES. SERV
ING TRAYS,, CHAFING-DISHES, and ACCESSORIES. , '
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