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EVENING nULLETIN, tIONOI,t,T,'J. ll II, SATURDAY, JAN. 0, 1009.
TENS OF THOUSANDS VOTES CAST IN FIRST COUNT
OPPORTUNITY TO ENTER BY SPECIAL BALLOT ENDS
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ALL CONTESTANTS "
WERE BUNCHED FOR!
START IN RACE
Standing o? Contestants
Contestants may take fir trip any time they choose.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Sophie dc la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu 12,891
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 12,839
Miss Madeline Dutra Honolulu. 11,893
Miss Leila Dinklage Honolulu 11,689
Miss A. Todd Bodanet Honolulu 11,409
rx l jj rM . i . i Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu 11.362
UUlS de DlStriClS Make MissMarthaVoss.emp. Sachs Co... Honolulu 10,687
liuiuomzuico iKeaa Honolulu lU.ulZ
Miss Margie Quinn Honolulu 10,178
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu, So. Seas Co.... 9,643
Miss Millie Duehalsky Honolulu 8,780
Miss Ethel Angus Honolulu 8,913
Miss Anna Mossman Honolulu 7,912
Miss Marguerite Mclntyre Honolulu 6,819
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City 6,182
Miss Lizzie Kamaka Honolulu 6,019
Miss Julia Spencer . . . : Honolulu 5,918
Miss Orilla Bice Honolulu 5,860
Miss Mary E. Tirrell Honolulu . 4,610
Miss Ellen Dwight Honolulu ( 4,916
Miss Amoy Fook Tai Hoaolulu 4,836
Miss 0. B. Olscn Honolulu 4.836
Good Showirig And
Votes Roll In
Ten's of thousands nf votct wcru
cant for tlio Orel count nf Inltota, In
llio 1)11 1 lot In Alnxk.i Yukon Kx
ooiiHIon Contest mil tlio ntor of uil
lots Is bost told tiv tlio uciumpiioln;
list. In tills Issue nf the Uullottn
None of the ronlestnnts liao u ilu
rliloil lead over the other nt this tlmo
mul the list v HI no doubt continue 1 1
v,rmv nnd those at tho bottom of tlio
list toilaj ma) bu lenders on tUo mop Miss Mary Dias Honolulu
ion. No ono should feel discourage 1 Miss Lizzie Ferrcira, Whitney & M. .Honolulu . . . . 4,117
ir some ono 1ms n few luitUred totci Miss Nettie L16yd Honolulu 4,082
more thin she this evening ns oven Miss Ethel Ludwigsen Honolulu 4,070
i. few thousand votes nniqunt to Miss Jean Angus Honolulu.... 3,961
nauKht, when sou uton to consider tho Miss Helen S. Snaldincr Honolulu a.Blll
number of vote allotted on nub-clip- Miss Caroline Borges Honolulu 6 819
I'Ons. (Miss Grace Colhnrn Nnnnlnln
The 3000 frco vote oftor will close Mits Amy Stratcmeyer Honolulu
this ccnlnR and thotc wlm liend Miss Minnie Akina Honolulu
taking advantage or b.inio shou'd clli Mits Roscline Goeas Honolulu
..nt this billot nnd bring at once to Miss Cecilia Anderson Honolulu
he liullctln omco nnd this will regis- Miss Edna P. Ulunaele Honolulu
ter your favorite contestant. 1 hero Is Misslda McKeague Aiea ....
l n restrictions to am ono entering the K) Amelj. HoU Honolulu
contest at any time dm Ins the con Mi Katherine McCarthy Honolulu
lest, but tho.-m who enter now will MlT!HMlil, V--I ' w.l..l..
les I Mils Sarah Pookela .'.!'.!!!!!!'.'!'. Waipahu
. . 'Miss Grace Hnnkin Hnnnlnln
Miss Nell Hodnctt Honolulu
liavo the advantage of tho 3000 cites
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cs u starter.
"I thought It would bo bird,'
linn tt.fkttt nitllliialnlil It llin tl 1
"" I'tuiij i,wiiii muni in iiiu i ii i T , . t ,
let In contest jistetdey as she de JJ!,S ? '"l ' Wahiawa
liosltcd n bundle of subscription stubs "!" i"!11 B"slh: Honolulu
n ihr. ,i.b .,r ii. .,..r., ... i Miss Bertlia Smith Honolulu
nnd smiled ilimurcly "It Is eisy," . '!" Hulda Johnson Honolulu 3,117
the continued. 'Vcauso of the Inter- '"jr wi naieiwa u,ii4
tst taken In the contett by my friends Miss Margurette Branco Honolulu 3,114
I supposo each contestant has friends 'Mi,s Mary Fraine Honolulu ,3,111
who nru willing to stnmi by her In the Miss Augusta Beerman f Honolulu 3,091
contest, i oidn't know I hid so man) Miss Daisy Bell Honolulu 3,081
friends until they began ringing mo Miss Katie Libornio Honolulu 3,061
up and telling mo to como to them Miss Margarette Finney Honolulu 3,019
for subscriptions and ballots " I Miss Margarettc Lum Honolulu 3,012
And so It goes down tho lino of Miss Helen Machado Honolulu 3,011
tontestants. All aro finding it easier Miss Alice Green Honolulu 3,009
than the) at first expected It woulJ Miss Angela Hopkins Honolulu 3!o03
UJSTJKIUI NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAII-
slnco tho Bulletin contest opcnoii " "' ACKcrman Kealaltekua 6,912
nnd tola) bids fair to eon ccllnso MissHattie Saffery Honokaa 5,819
that exci Ucnt record Kcri lndlci ' Mis Nellie Richards 5,016
Yesterday Saw a Big Vote.
estirday was the greitest dn
Hon points to'ono of tho most Intir- Miss Lillian Mundon Pahoa 5,110
i sting iKipularlt) elections over gl en! Miss Annie Hattie .. Kohala 4,917
for tho )oung women WIS Violet W. Brown Hllo 4,706
In this section
whoio names aro alreail) In noinlui 'Miss Alice Carvalho ,. . . . Olaa
linn aro desirous of making a good Miss Harriet Hapai Hilo
i-howlng, and the) 11ml out bow caby Miss Alice Carvalho Olaa
It Is to get otes Ihcy luuo tho nssur Miss Edith Hall
nnco that their chunco la Just as good "Miss Veilie Kuhns
nsanjonos . "Miss Louisa Mana
. Honokaa . .
Many think it riinuult to get otes Miss Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii 3,117
ro tlieso there Is but h single hen Miss E. Tuhiliona
tenco of advlc. mid Hint Is: Hnto MJssJnJin Knhino
tbo ruco and tr for a weelt. Just one Miss Elizabeth K. Victor Hilo
ween win mow any )oung nrmnn m. ITgrmni finf u.i
what an easy thing It Is to pllo tip tho MJ5S vicforja Horncr-" ;;;; " ' ' ' mo W.', znG
I allots In the contest, and on. ornlcr MiMn,M.Wnt vl,.l . ! rww
id It Is u fair field pnd no fatorltes
"On to Senile"' In tho watch
Miss Mnude Wood Kohala
' Miss Lizzie Lahilahi Hilo . . ,
Miss Trinnie Marcos Kailua
n rd of bright ,oung women who , 1" i"" IS!. Sf" S'XX
1 ninnlng for honors In tho oniest nu J iM Mercy K.Akau Hilo 3,001
l.tlng conducted b) tho Uullottn
Young women from all. in or tlio cits
nnd vicinity hae enteied tho rare,
nnd from tho way oics aro po-irlng
Into tho offlco It U e ldo.it that a
great amount of Interest and tnthu
tlasm has been u likened In
Miss Asayo Kubo Hilo
Mies Clara Low . Kailua
I DISTBICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Mist Mary Gohier Lahaina
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku
-ry Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku
nook and corner of the alioto mention Mi Wnb.l Waiobnln Tjibnina ' ' n 0!l
;d torrltor). Later, tho Interest win MJss Nancy Cummings Wailuku 8,912
lnrreat.il, mid then "freni ed"-otlne :.-iri v-u hti, oaio
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'.m!!!,.!!9 '" T'V'. A,1 "!eBent l". f"'.' Miss Esther M.Hanuna"..'.'.l.;'.!:.Hana ...'M
dldates a,o just beginning to get their , L, K. Hart .' l Wailuku" '.'. '..'.'.'. '.'. '.'.'. '.'. '. 0414
.tend. I', ., i? L .'""T, '" Ull,r Miss Mollis King v.. Wailuku 4,111
filends to learn their strength xcj.. w... wr. wiii, !7io
A number of subscriptions hao al
leady como In, and today will see
more Issued than any ollior da) slnro
Urn, opening of the tontest, Votes
'-clipped fmni tho Uullottn aro ro
celLd dull) in largo numbers and
man) otes which were leaned on
kiibscrlptlons aro sent out to be held
Miss Mary Hoffman Wailuku
Miss Annie Decker Wailuku
Miss Florence Ho Lahaina
Miss Carrie Scholtz .....' Peahi
Miss Hel'n Daniels Wailuku
Miss L. Borba . . i Wailuku
I V - DISTBICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
In roson o and drawn on later, win n Miss Ethel Wilcox Lihue. Kauai
an elaborate necessity arrlvos Miss Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea. Kauai
Voto for sonio joung woman who Miss Anceline F. Silva Waimea. Kauai 8.614
Is In the race, oi if )(mr ravorlte is Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai 8,312
not In tho list, enter her name and Miss Connie Fassoth Waimea. Kauai 7,890
vote for her Thise rreo trips me Miss Maria Hastie . . . . - Eleele, Kauai 6,871
going to bj, Rlcn to somebodj -it Miss Florence Deverill Hanalei, Kauai 4,319
may as well bo a friend of ,,, M, Rose AeA Waimea. Kauai 4,218
ho ftnorlto of aomebo.i else Make Mi5S Gloria Kaal Makaweli, Kauai 3,009
sour determined effort to see that Klw Edith Dunn ,.Koloa , 3,000
!? .(m! m t"r ? T""" Miss Joyce Whittington Waimea 3,000
till. It will not cost joti much, nnd
II wll mean a delight to the )oung
women who win.
Y9 "'Don't Hold Back Subscriptions.
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mviv id u icuuriu-j iiuueeii u) ine nit" wish 10 renn me news cuutuiueii
nmnnger of tho contest for contest- In Hit' columns of the U ill lot in.
VnTs to Jio'bl back snbscrliitlon billots The malinger of tho contest suggests
lifter receiving tho subscriptions of ihnt the contestants turn In their sub-
-their frlonds. Thesn friends want tcrlptlnns t,ach day and receive ro
Ibolr paper after the) subscribe,' telpts tor them If they wish to hold
They want It for two leaiops. one, back llulr ballot It Is posnlblo In do ballots b) mill should not fall to wilto
'llint they may wish to clip coupons ho b) holding the leeelpts nnd ollng.ln the iiniuo of Hip ennlesliiit foi
Contestants are not limited to the district in which thev are entered.
ibut are allowed to secure votes from any other District, Comity or State.
This registers the names nf )our
friends on the list of II ill let In sub
icrlbers, and the) get their piper
Don't Turn In Blank Votes.
Friends of., tontestants turning In
'ifor tbolr fnforltes, mid tho other thntitbem nt tlio Inst moment.
whom the) wish the billot to bu cast,
Tho 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 Dcpartm cut, care ofEvcningBullotin,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Jan. 25th)
Includes tho County
Includes tho County
There hnvo bctn several turned In
which hac not been marked, nnd all
theso blanks must bo thrown out. I)o
not fall to vbto for )our fnorltc, nbd
do not forget to write on ench ballot
tho namo of the contestant for whom
It Is to be counted
Special Nominating Ballot
Expires This Evening
Tbo special ballot, good for .1000
f.f AU 1.Ih1. lin. llMA. ... . I. I I a ll A .1 A.A.t.
iitivo, n unit ii. in ifi.i;ii )iuuiioiivh uivij .
lay since the first announcement of
tills popularlt) raic, will bo conspic
uous bu Its absence after today
and thoso who Intend to nominate
the nnmo of their favorite oung wo
man should clip out this coupon NOW
and bring or mall It to tbo Manager
of tho Contest Department beforo S
o'clock tills evening, nnd she,
will bo accredited with 3000 frco
votes for a starter. v
Until 5 O'clock This Evening
Tho Contest Manager will bo In
the odl co this evening until S
o'clock to give any Instructions to
contestants desired. Ho will nlso glvo
out subscription blanks nnd rccclvo
new cnndldntc nominations. At S
o'clock the 3nnO ballot special nomi
nating blank will bo discontinued,
andd nil who enter after today will
not receive the benefit of tlio special
Candldntes'should call on tho Con
test Manager1 at once and secure sub
scription books, nnd there aro a num
ber of things ho would like to tell
you, In regard to tho licit way of se
curing votes. Cnll at onco at tho
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONED AS FOLLOWS:
District No. 1 Includes tho City anil
County of Honolulu,
District No. 4 Includes tbo County
Tho fifth trip will bo for the
chaperon, wbo will bo chosen by the
)ou1ig womnu "ccurlng tho highest In
dividual vote, lrrcspcctvo of district
You may tnko tho trip nny tlmo )ou
thooec, idugly or In groups.
Four Separate Contests.
1 ho V.v a ii I n g a ii 1 1 o 1 1 n is con
ducting four HCpirnto and d'stinct nil.
tchttt at tlio B.nno time.
Tho )oung woman who receives tbo
highest number of votes In District
No. 1 will bo given first class transpor
tation both wn)s, and hntol nccnmmn
datlons whllo In Scattlo and San Fiau
Tho )oung woman In District No. 2
will rccclvo tho srmo trip to Seattl"
and San KrancUco, with tho samo ac
commodations as tiio ono In Dlstilct
Tbo )nung woman In District No. 3
iccuivlug tho highest number of vote
will recelvo tho samo trip bh tho young
women In Districts Nos 1 and 2.
Tho .voting woman m District No. 4
iccclvlng tho highest voto will rccclvo
the same tiip and accommodations ns
tbo thrco abovo mentioned districts.
VOTE8 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL.
LOWED AS FOLLOW8
Ono month's subscription to tho
Kvmilng 11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 n Old snb
scrliitlon, 50 otc,s; now subscription,
Ihtco months' subscription to the
Uvonlne Uullotl n Old sub
scrlp'vlnn, 200 Votes! now subscrip
tion, 2S0 votes.
Six months' -subscription to tlio
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scrlptlon, 000 votes; now subscrip
tion, 700 vptes.
One ) oar's subscription to the
U v o n I n s Uullotl n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; now subscrip
tion, 1500 votes.
KIvo j ears' subscription to the
Kvenlng Bulletin O'd sub
scription, 10,006 votes; new sub
scription, 10,000 votes.
Ono jeni's subscription to the
W o e k I y II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
FIvo ears' subscription to the
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
xnlptloii, 12r,0 votea; new tnibierlp
tlnu, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono mouth's subscription to tho
Kvonlng 1) tl 1 1 o 1 1 n, 75 cents
Thrco months' subset Iptlnn to tbo
Evening Bulletin, S200.
Six months' subscription to tbo
livening Bulletin, $4.00.
Twelvo months' subscription to tbo
EvonliiB U u 1 1 o 1 1 n, IS 00.
Klvo ) ears' subscription to tho
Kvonlng BuHotln $40.00.
Ono ) ear's subset Iptton to tbo
Wookly Bttlotln, $1.00.
l'lvo' jcars' rMbscrlptlon to tlio
Wookly Bullo ting $500.
WILL SOON TEST
(Continued from Pace A
advisers could fnvor tho wholesale!
rppolntments utterly regnrdless of
tho Supcrvlsbrs. Various views wero
expressed on tho rending of tho lnvv
nnd Section 140 that has caused nil
After tho general talk, W. It. Cas
tie said that tho mntter nt lssuo was
"What aro wo going to do about It?"
He thought It proper for citizens to
express their opinion nnd ho therefore
moved that tho County Attorney be
urged to bring tho whole question
boforo the courts as speedily ns pos
sible. W. O. Smith urged that the
trouble should bo settled out of court.
Ilu proposed that the Supervisors
should put their contentions In tho
hands or A. O. M. Robertson nnd him
self and the Ma) or select W A. Kin
ney nnd Mr. Watson, us bud been
proposed during tbo last fow da)B.
Mr Smith was asked when tho peo
ple of tbo city and county had dele
gated their aalrs to an outside ionl
nilttec of four men
The Mn)or and the Supervisors hnd
been elected to carry out the law. Tor
what good reason did they turn their
affairs over to a bod) of private citi
zens? Mr. Smith icspoudcd Hint
President Itoosevclt had set tho exam
ple of turning ovci vcr) impnitant
matters to volunteer Lommlsslnns.
The response to this was that Ilooso
vclt Is not )ct King, nnd, anyway, tbo
business of the Supcivlsois was to
conduct the business of the people.
If they could not understand the law,
they must go to tho law-Interpreting
body, tho courts,
Tho point was raised that the uiso
vvouliriio In the iiiurts for months,
and In 'answer to this It wan suggcH.
cd that tho (ompromlse agreement
scheme was not binding on un)ouo
and did not Interpict the law. The
whole mix-up might be lonevvcd nt
Mr. Smith did not press his point
ns the onl) solution, and whon tho
voto was u tie on his amendment, ho
withdrew It. All ho sought was n
settlement, nnd thought tbo method
ho hnd proposed was tbo quickest.
Tho voto to have tho chairman. A, U.
Castle, call on tho County Attorney
was flnall) tarried with 911a opposing
The meeting wns a ory Interesting
ono, and one of tho IncldcntH was
tho denlul at length by Supervisor
Logan that any member of tin
Hoard had gone to Ma) or Tom to
stuilghtcn out tho difficulties by
dividing up tho Jobs.
Mr Scudder said that tho pciplo
had olected tho Ma)nr and tho Supoi
vltors from opposing parties In order
that they might get together and so
led "good men" for office. Now tho
should do what they liid been elect
ed for. This very much amused the
putty men present.
The Commissioner of Navigation
under.dato of December 3 has notified
Colltctoi or Port Stratton, nt San
Francisco, that bis recommendation on
tho application or Arthur S Chose
trough, owner of the ship Konllworth,
has been uppi overt, authorizing tbo
ihangtng of tho name or that vessel to
Stm or Scotland The Kenllworth has
been sold to the Alaska Packers' As
sociation The" Kenllworth wns built
r.t Port Olasgow In 1887, and was
".milled Anierlenn loglsli) bv Act or
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