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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. TlltmSDAY, JAN. U, 1909.
Interest Increasing Hourly In Bulletin Contest
Always Mention The Contestant's Name When Voting
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
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Great Clearance Sale
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Only a Few Votes Ssps
rate Contestants In
Tlion nri1 onl .i Tin Miii- 'i iwiou
first mill (until iwmHIuih in Dlstrli
No. 1 tod;i In i In' II it I I i I n h Alas
kit-Yukon I'.icllio mini -I
Elections of tmiliiii.il linport.incu mo
untight to rompau- with tliu Hullo
t I n' iiopiilnrin woe, which una t:uu
Kiirutcil a few Iih bko ami which hi
tukon n ileti-riiilniM urlp iiikui the i
its o this lrlnlt.
Thin clcrtluti U unllko all other i-lei jj;sj q jj Olscn
Standing of Contestants
Contestants may take th trip any time they choose.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Hiss Sophie dc la Nux, Wiehman Co. Honolulu 28,689
Miss Lcla Dinklagc Honolulu . . . 27,890
Hiss Mary Dias Honolulu . . 25,832
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 25,460
Miss Nellie McLaln Honolulu . 24,891
Miss Madeline Dutra Honolulu . . 24,503
Miss Shizuko Ikeda Honolulu .... . . 23,861
Miss Martha Voss, emp. Sachs Co... Honolulu . ... .v 20,801
Miss Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu . 20,701
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu . . 20,191
Miss Cecilia Anderson Honolulu . 18,692
Miss A. Todd Rodanet Honolulu 17,360
Miss Caroline Borges Honolulu 16,181
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu 14,861
Miss Helen S. Spalding Honolulu 12,418
Miss Julia Spencer Honolulu 11,318
Miss Mary Frame Honolulu 11,181
Miss Amy Awai Haleiwa
Miss Grace Colburn Honolulu
Miss Lizzie Ferreira Whitney &Marsh.Honolulu .
Miss Margarctte Lum . ' Honolulu .
Miss Anna Mossman Honolulu .
Miss Ida McKeaguc Aica
Miss Sarah Fookcla Waipahu .
Yim mi) mo n often an ou M; T.m Kinr WnhinwA . .. 7.RRU
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IIKU. nun Mill ll.Hl- owr-onr llllllilN.l M Nunml Tninm. PMrl Pilv 7 1
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eM", . V . !."".' !' . Miss Marguerite Mclntyre
," , """- - V " Miss Lizzie Kamaka
MissOrilla Rice .
Miss Rc&clinc Goeas
Miss Helen Machado
liullililiul Mile (ivtr nil her conic ni
imrarlori will hau- tho honor of eel
Iiik iliu chnni'iouc Hi ncconip.in) In i t:
. Pearl City
Mute nml more eiitmirtlvin
I(( i(l Miss Mary E. Tirrell Honolulu -5,116
coming noticeable oery ilny In t ho
Miss Helen Bush
Honolulu . .
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jj u 1 1 u 1 1 ii h iiunuiaruj rait i. . ,. ; r i ..
Several wore popular ..iiik women MS AJ?y Stratemeyer Hono u u 3,880
.,n.i .,. ii,, ,.,!.. .i .i,.i,., ...., l Miss Minnie Akina Honolulu 3.806
ami wciireil subscription blniikH ami Miss Edna P. Ulunaele Honolulu 3,617
Instructions with which tocaunsH for Jljss Elizabeth .Knai
jvnss uracc iiopKins
olvn. The) nil exprcRbeil a ilutprtnln
ntloit which HhoweJ thai they were In
the raco to win, anil when contcatnnts
rlmw that spirit tliele Is nu itoulil lit
all but tlio Kniml trips will be Uur
oimly contesteil Tor All of the con
testnuts are of an enqwdc and ile
termlned frame of niliul. r.o there will
Miss Margurctte Branco Honolulu
Miss Augusta Bcerman Honolulu
Miss Daisy Bell Honolulu
Miss Katie Libornio Honolulu
Miss Alice Qreen Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2.
mnT.TrnF.R tht. nniiNTv nv w awatt
1... . .i.w..li,. In l... t. ,.!... Il-t ' . - . -
, MM., .... ,1.1m-, . .., .....k .. HjM HnU(Je Wood Kohala
ere the goal Is renche.1 'MUtTrSnn!. M.mn. Po,no
Contestants who hae not ct called 1i11t,i, .,mon " ' v..t.i,.l'..'. n'ooi
for subscription blanks ihoul.l do so MJ m . Mundon" ! ". ". ! '. ! ! ". ! ! ! iPahoa .' ...;'.'."..'. 9,312
nt once nnd recele same, before the Tf. r...., v V.A" ttm !
other candidates gain too largo u lead " S thwLX S' l'll
ns big leads are sometime,, hard to i JJ M yict.0n H"ner "' l . J v.
oercome Mm Lou,se dc Harne Kohala, Hawaii 7,913
These free t. Ips w hlch the 11 u 1 1 J "iss "a'Ui.f,affery Honokaa 7,341
1 1 n Is orrerlng to the scen w Inning JJiss ?J Xuhiliona S"eekeo' Hawa 8.414
tontestants hac no equal on the l'a ' Jj!M Hey ; ,Aka,u g"0 'S2
clflc coast, and the scenic lews me M' Nell'c Richards Honokaa 5,016
bejond the ImaKlnatloii of nnjono whoMlss Anne Hattie ?.haIa 4.91'
has not aei.ii them. Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 4,706
The contestants in this populatlt Miss Alice Carvalho Olaa 3,998
contest all realize the educational Miss Edith Hall Honokaa 3,917
alno as well as the pleasurithlo part Miss Verlie Kuhns Kukuihaele 3,186
of these trips and aro striving for
them win earnestly
Ihe young women nre suro to win,
so oto and support our favorite as
the will stand the same chance as the
others, and subscriptions lit this time
are worth more than all tho consola
tlon jou can posslbl glo her after
the contest Is closed
Of course no candidate at this tlino
of the raco could lime an Inetrlevnhle
otc, nor Is It possible to hae one ut
any time of tho contest, as no con
tihtunt Is sure of uluuliig, with mi)
bet number of Notes
No Restriction on Voting.
Voting In the II u 1 1 o 1 1 ii'k populnr
Miss Louisa Mana Kohala
Miss Julia Kahino : . . . . Hookena ,
Miss Lizzie Lahilahi Hilo .....
Miss Asayo Kubo Hilo ,
Miss Mary Cabrinha Honomu i.
Miss Julia K. Kawewehi Keauhou
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss Mar? Gohicr Laliaina 17,206
MissL. K.Hart Wailuku 16,780
Miss Jennie JIanson Wailuku 15.401
MissEva Scholtz Wailuku 13.161
Miss Hattie Kalmo Makawao 12,639
Miss Either M. Hanuna Hana
Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lnhaina
Miss Florence Ho Lahaina
Miss Mollic King Wailuku
Ity otlng contest Is not llito iminlrlp.il ..''. W.il., n'tta
elections, whe.e there are restrictions JJ "J "7"n ,k? HJ?
its to otlng, especially the number of
Miss Annie Decker Wailuku
.. ...... ,.'. ... ...... Miss Helen Daniels Wailuku
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jou are not restricted In r-ny sense W!33 colott nithinv wo A '
whatoer You can uit- oh often nil ...,, l?,iS ,m. k-r, ,,..,
you like and as many ballots ns jou . n INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
like, at mi) time jou want, and for Miss Florence Dcvcnll Hanalei, Kaua 18,8.1
uny randldate of )our choice. ieMnl Miss Aneeline F. Silva Waimea. Kauai 14,891 .
less of the district In which she Is en- Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai 13,681
tered or from ttlili.li tho otes come. iMiss Mable Hastie Eleele 12,990
I'ations and suuscrlbcis of tho pa-1 Miss Connie Fassoth Waimea, Kauai 12,316,
per come to this oiiirn ever) day and Mis3 Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai 10,341
take out new subsciiptlonu und lenow. Miss Ethel Wilcox Lihue, Kauai 8,916
als, mid all of them havo someone who Miss Miriam Kauhane Waimea , 5,419
Is thili favorite for whom they leave Miss Rose Aea . Waimea, Kauai 4,218
their otes unknown to tho candidate Miss Gloria Kaai Makaweli, Kauai 3,009
lereif Miss Edith Dunn Koloa 3,000
Tluro aro a number of bright, pop- Miss Joyce Whittington Waimea 3,011
nlar )uiiiik women In the Hullo tin's ,, . , . ,. . . , , , . . ,
popuiarit contest and friends of tho ' Contestants are not limited to the district in which they are entered,
caiuiiii.itis should' help thorn out ns,but are allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
much as possible If )oit nro nlreailj j "
,u subscriliir K, tho II u Hot In, bend can hold them or cast them Just ns she call on them again. Each contestant
It to )our nliuhes or frlendi In the sees fit, as all billots Issued on sub., is furnished with receipt books 'and
t East, us the win appreciate It, am ut
i tho same tlnu mhi win be advertising
tho Parudlbt cli uf hiui.liliio and flow.
jorB und also estatihshlng a Hue of com.
munlcutlnn with win eastern friends,
who nro ulways Inttiihted In this beau-
No Blank Votes.
There has been some iiilMinderstiinil.
' lug as to tho manner In whlih m,i,.s ,m
RilUscrlptlnns ure issuuil and u nuin
.tier of old silhscrlbeis hao asked foi
'their otes when they pa) for Hull
iiubscrlptlon und requested that Uu
sctlptlons mu good until the close of those who havo not socured a book as
tho contest, but If the) are left blank, het should call on the Content Mana-
the) would Ihen be transferable, and ger and securo one und havo )nur
theio could he n combination, at thellrlends pay )Oit their subscription
last minute, to enable thoso not on- and ou bring the money to tho oflke
tered at the prebcut time, to win, but und the ballots will be Issued Io )oit
votes uio not ttansferablo and there Is, In person; don t depend on )nur
absolutely no chnncu of a combination, friends to como to the ofllco und pay
which makes It absolutely f.uo to nil hut havo them pay )ou on )our first
tho contestants. visit, and It will bo castor for all con-
Chort Contest corned to ro'l up a larso vole. Your
Tho contest Is of short duration and f,lcm,s mur ,3can "" r'Gllt wl,cn ,ll0'
will closo some time about tho mid ,uU on ,nc w,n TOl for " ll,,er'
ih. ..r MnrM.. Ti,.. eyni-t ,inin will I... wit something may happen that they
tTallot bo loft blank urn' the) will nil i.erldol upon In n fow days. This will wl" "Blect " c""'" ' "'o oco and
,,In tho namu of tho coiitebtaiit tlmt le the shortest contest tho Hullo 1'S therefore It Is Ifo suiest way to
they deslro, but this request will not tin h.is clcr conducted nml Is made ' hec,lro thclr "'sciljitlon. to call on
bo gianted, as It Is not fair for the -hen In oider that the work will not "lom nt "11C0 u'ul uak ,hem '" ',ay ()11
Hcontestant. You must alwa)s state bicmue tiretomo to iho contestants. '" l,erBon anrt " ro ,lie" Bll,u ol
tho 'name of tho )oung woninn whom Iiuth tontestant should commence to i"le votei'
you nre V"tl"B fT ami the ballots will I'uy In iiHk theli friends for support How To Vote
lie filled out In full and you may hold rinl toll them to h0p )ml now 0, Siihseilhers who depend on the
,!lic ballot ns long ub you deslro nr not stand you ort with promises of malls to bring their subscriptions to
'Bho them to tho contestant and sho'cuppou, ns It will be haul foi )ou tollho Uulletln olllco, must iilwu)s
The Evening Bulletin Popular
Till in the name of tin younp woman you wish to vote for
and the district .in which she lives. Bring or mail to Man
ager Contest Department, care of E v e n i n g B u 1 1 e 1 1 n,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
(This coupon is not good after Thursday, Jan. 28th)
Includes tho County
Includes tho County
slate whom thet want their votes cist
for, nlwa)H meiiUou the, contestant's
iinmo and vvhctlur ou want the voles
published nt onei or returned to the
contestant. It is best to return ull
ballots to the contestant and she will
then know who is voting for her and
run keep track f her friends who
have voted, nml then will have more
time to call on llmse who have not
paid their subscription and In this
nay she can make a thorough can
vhbs of nil her friends, and It will
mako tho work inmli euslei for het.
Send )our subscription direct to the
Contest Department and iho votes
will be Issued for the ono )ou state
and they will be relurnid to the con
testant with )our name on It, nnd she
can hold tho ballots hack until the
closo of tho contest, but ballots will
not be Issued imb ss the contestant's
name np pears on same, which makes
It a safeguard against all combina
tions, which often urlse In contests of
this nature und makes It absolutely
fair for tho contestant, as no contest
ant can then withdraw from the nice
and transfer her votes to someone
Candidates should call on tho Con
test Manager ut once and secure sub
scription books, and there nre a num
ber of things he would like to tell
ou, In regard to the bett way ut se
curing votes. Call at once at the
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONED AS FOLLOWS:
District No. 1 Includes tho City ami
County of Honolulu.
District No, 2 Includes tho County
District No. 3
District No. 4
The fifth trip, will ho for the
chaperon, who will he chosen by the
ouiik woninn jeciirlnc tho blchest In
dividual voto, Irrespective ot district
You may take tho trip nny tlmo you
chooso, Blngly or In groups.
Four Separate Contests.
The i:v o n I n g n u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is con
ducting four scparato and distinct con
tests at the samo time.
Tho )oung woman who receives tho
highest number of votes In District
No. 1 will bo given flrst class transpor
tation both ways, and hotel accommo
datlons while In Seattle and San Kiau
Tho )oung woman In District No, 2
will receive tho same trip to Seattle
and San Francisco, with tho same it-
commodatloiiB ob tho ono In District
Tho Sonne woman In Dlst. let Kn .1
tccclvlng the highest numbt.' or vote
win rccelvo tho samo trip ns tho young
women In Districts Nob. 1 and 2.
Tho )ounc woman in District No. 4
lecelvlng tho highest voto will iccclvo
tho same trip und accommodations us
the three uhovo mentioned districts.
VOTE8 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOW8
One monUi'B subscription to tho
K v e n I n g 1J it 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, GO votes; new subscription,
Thteo months' subscription to the
Evening Uulletl n Old sub
scrlpt.'on, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 250 votes.
Six months' subscription to tho
K v o n I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scrlptlon, B00 votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
Ono ) ear's subscription tn the
U v o n I n b Uulletl n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, ISOO votes.
Kive ears' subscription to the
Evening Uulletl n O'd Bub
scrlptlon, 10,000 votes; now sub
sctiptlon, 16,000 votes,
One jeai's subscription to tho
Weekly' n it 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 123 vot?s,
I'lvo years' subscription to the
Wunltly IJ u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
bcilptlon, 1250 votes; new ubscrln-
.Ion, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription io the
i: von lug II it I lot I ii, 70 ceuti
Reports Are Made To
Board of Agriculture
Tho Hoard or Agriculture nnd Tor
entry met )esterday afternoon mid
heard the reports of the vuilons super
intendents of divisions This wus foi
lowed b) executive session of the
lloutd, nt which appropriations to he
usked of the I.CRlslatuie weio dis
cussed. Jacob Kotlnsk) showed In his report
that a wholesome fear had been In
Ltllled In the Coast meichants who
were in the habit of sending over-ripa
forester Hosmer also had an Inter
esting report, from which the following
Seminars of Agricultural Workers.
With the put pose of bringing the
ngitciiltural workers at the several ex
perimental stntlons In Honolulu Into
closer touch, there has been organized
mi Infoinial seminar which meets
pionthl) nt one or anothei or the sta
tions for the promotion of Inlet est In
scientific woik through the reading or
leports nnd discussion Four such
meetings have been held respectively,
on the flrst Tuesda) of October, No
v ember, December and Jmiuur) At
the flrst meeting President Ollmoie of
tho Collego or Hawaii outlined the pro
gram or studies to be carried on in
that Institution nml told In detail of
the objects and purposes' of tho Col
lege At tho Novembor meeting Hon
r. II Newell spoke of the "Work of
tho ItLclnmatlon Servlco" Ile was
followed by Dr Wilcox of the Hawaii
Ux perl mint Station, who discussed the
subject "What Is Agricultural Ho
bcarch?" At tho December meeting
Mr. Noel Deerr of the Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Experiment Station read a
taper on "Methods Used In Originat
ing Now Varieties or Sugar Cane Seed
lings." The Jauiiai) seminar was held
ut tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Ex
periment Station, when Prof. C. II
Hitchcock addressed the seminar on
the subject or "I'resli Water 8ptlngs
In the Ocean" The flrst thteo semi
ruiH vveie held In tho olllco of this
Hoard. At each one there has been mi
attendance or over thirty persons. Tho
(tmlnars aie opi n to nil mombcis or
tho stnlTs of the suveial expel Imenl
stations and to persons directly en
gaged In tho teaching of agriculture.
Tho Civic federation hold n meeting
)esterduy itfternoon nt which tho cele
bration of Lincoln Day was discussed
It was decided to cooperate with the
Grand Army men, und It was also sug
gested that tho proposed celebration
bo fuither illktusted nt a geneiul meet
ing or citizens
Hoprobcntatlvo Cohen was scored Tor
Importing puglllsls after ho hud been
endoised ns n legislative candidate b)
(I J Wallei wus selected to confei
with Sheriff Jariett on tho question of
how far the lid should bo kept on the
town The question of legislation to
compel buildings over n certain height
to piovldo fli u escapes was also dis
cussed tt :i t: it u n a 8 h n n
Threo months' subscription to the
evening II u 1 1 o 1 1 n, $2 00.
Six months' subscription to tho
i: v o n I n g II ii 1 1 a 1 1 ii, $4,00.
Twelve months' subscription to tho
K v o n I n b Uulletln. $S 00.
live ears' Biibscilptlon to the
Evening It u 1 o 1 1 n t0,00.
Ono .vear's subscilptlon to the
Wookly II ii 1 u 1 1 ii. 11.00.
Ilvo loam' ruhscilptlon lo the
Woolly II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n,s fS.OO.
Monday, the 18th
Values up to 35 o Reduced to
10c and 15c
See window tlispl ly for some of the bargains.
We can show you MOULDINGS for Picture Framing
that will just suit it.
GOLD, BLACK, BROWN, GREEN,
GREEN CHERRY, GREEN, GOLD, MAHOGANY.
Stop in and see them: the largcstand finest stock of
Mouldings we have had for years.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic" FORT STREET.
Purest in Quality
Finest in Flavor
Richest in Butter Fat
Ask Your Grocer
Another Shipment of Our Famous
Suits for Men
Different Colorings from last.
Values like these are winning Big Busi
ness for us.
Style, Material and Workmanship
Equal to what double the
price is usually asked.
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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