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EVENINCI nUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T, H , SATUHDAY, FED C, 1903.
MISS FLORENCE WINTER CONTINUES TO LEAD
IN BULLETIN'S SEATTLE EXPOSITION CONTEST
t i i' h y
HOST AIL inU
their score ma
Large Vote From Hawaii,
Maui, Kauai On
Today's Mail -
"Tap, Ynu aie It,'" la tlio word
used liy must nf tlio D u 1 1 e 1 1 n con
Today Is ' Tag f)as" and Judging
from tlio nunibor of otes Issued up to
noon, In tlio II u 1 1 c 1 1 n's popular ot
iiiK contest, one would believe tliat e
or person tagged came to thol) u 1 1 c
1 1 n offlee and uskod to havu the Ir
tags cast for somo of tlio contoatnnta
entered In this good natural struggle
for ballots. More ballots were Issued
joatorday than uny day since tho spec
lal offer, of even otes began, mid up
to thla writing tho banner day for Is
Eiilng Notes on subscriptions has taken
jiluoo llio special offer, making new
mid old subscriptions count tho same
In tho mimbei of otes Issued on sub
scriptions turned In before Wcdnes
day, February 10th, has struck a pop
ular chord and most all of tho Hullo
tin's subscribers hao taken ndvant
ngo of same Votes arc issued on each
btibfiulptlou turned In, but only ttlion
tlio subscriber requests Notes for sime
Those holding receipts for subKcrlp
tlous p.ilil should In lug sniuo to the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Contest Deportment at
oncu mul ask for tho otes they nio en
titled to for same. Votes nio Issued
for each subscription paid and the re
ceipt Is alnajs good for Notes.
All the districts retain their leaders
today, with Miss I'loicnco Wlntei In
flist place for chapcrone honors.
Standing of Contestants
SUBSCRIBERS. SENDING THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE BUI-
LETIN OFFICE MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME. NO VOTES WILL BE ISSUED UNLESS THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME APPEARS ON SAME.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu ...., 133.681
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu 131,312
Miss Lcla Dinklage Honolulu 129,802
Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu 128,306
Miss Martha Voss, emp. Sachs Co. . .Honolulu 125,816
Miss Ida McKeaeue Aiea
Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu
Miss Margarette hum Honolulu
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu
Miss Madeline Dutra '. Honolulu
Miss Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu
Miss A, Todd Bodanet Honolulu
Miss Alice Green Honolulu
Miss Amy Awai Haleiwa
SUDSCRIDERS SENDING IN SUB
SCRIPTIONS TO THE BULLETIN
MUST ALWAY3 MENTION THE
NAME OF THE CONTESTANTS
THEY WISH TO VOTE FOR, AS ALL
BALLOTS ARE FILLED OUT IN
FULL BEFORE LEAVING OFFICE.
YOU CAN HOLD BACK THE BAL
LOTS AS LONG AS YOU WISH.
Do It Now.
New Subscriptions and Old.
A number of Inquiries are undo
tlailj as to tho Notes allowed on new
mid old subscriptions Votes are al
lowed on both, but onlj whin the re
Jiowals piy In ndNance
Now subscribers means Increase In
circulation. Thcrefoio no one will be
iillowcd to chaugo the name of tho old
mbscrlber fiom one member of tho
family to another, In ordci to leech o
New subscriptions mean people who
NNero not on oin books at tho time tho
contest was announced, which was
Special Offer This Week.
Commencing today and closing on
the 10th of Pebruary, all Notoi Issued
on OI.1) subscriptions will count tho
bamo as NBW. This offer will glc all
tho 1) 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 subscribers u chinre
to pay up their subscription befoio
1'eb. 10 and at the same time will
BlNo them tho full benefit of tho votes
that tho New subscribers lima been
having Remember Hint this uljcr will
close rebruary 10th and you get tho
namo numbor of Noto3 for old KiibhCi lo
tions as for New. In other words all
nubscilptlons count tho sane until
Contest Closes March 16th, 8 P. M.
Monday March the firttmlli is the
Jlmo set fo tho close o tliu rintet
niid all Notes and subsci'p 'oin ,MUfcT
bo In tho Ilullotln omen on that
elite. Tho closing hour will bo nt 8
0 clock p m on March 15m. ami those
depending on tho malls to bilng their
i inscriptions to tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n olflco
MUST hao all Notes and u.il)iilptoiis
In tho ballot box before 8 o'clock j in
on that date. The Judges foi thu f n il
count of tho billots will bo chosen
1 om prominent busbies" men of Ho
nolulu, their names will be announced
In duo season. Kach cortcitant will
i nNo tho rlkht to select a file l oriel
ntlio to rcpiescut her and look nfler
her Intorebts dining tho fin i! count of
tho ballots. An nlarm c'ock will bo
used to signal tho closing hum, which
will bo at 8 o'clock p m. Bluip. Match
JBtli. When tho alarn sound tho
judges will tako charge of tho ballot
box and when all In the uflu at that
hour aro waited upon, tho box will bo
opened ami tho dual count will com
Jiience Thcio will be no bidding for
1 allots, as tlieio will positively bo no
mono or subscriptions accepted after
tho ballot box Is opened No ono will
know how many Notes each candldato
lias dopoaltod, thorofoio, no ono will
know how many Nutes nre required o
Miss Lizzie FerfeiraWhitney &Marsh.Honolulu 43,871
MissShizuko Ikeda Honolulu 32,391
DISTRICT NO, 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
MissMcrcy K. Akau Hilo 100.318
Miss Trinrlie Marcos Kaflua 93,182
Miss Annie Hattie Kohala .i 83,281
Miss Victoria Homer Hilo 75,609
Miss Elizabeth K. Victor Hilo 67,891
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii 50,603
Miss Julia K. Kawcwehi .7 Kcauhou 41,960
Miss Hattie Saffery Honokaa 25,881
Miss Violet N.Brown Hilo 25,311
Miss Lillian Mundon Pahoa 20,760
Miss E. Tuhlliona Pepeekeo, Hawaii 17,840
Miss Julia Kahino Hookena 10,311
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku 96,841
Miss Florence Ho Lahaina 93,946
Miss Mary Qohier Lahaina 88.030
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku 75,864
Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina 75.316
Miss Hattie Kalino Makawao 63,413
MissL. K. Hart Wailuku 47.603
Miss Esther M. Hanuna Hana 31,418
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE1 COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Miss Connie Fassoth Waimea, Kauai 76,131
Miss Miriam Muudon , Kapaa, Kauai 67,311
Miss Florence Deverill .... I Hanalei, Kauai 66,133
Miss Mable Hastie .' Eleele 52,819
Miss Angeline F. Silva ........... Waimea, Kauai 48,131
Miss Ethel E. Edwards . . . Kilauea, Kauai 42,809
Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai 35,617
Contestants mas take tha trip any time they cnoose.
Contestants are not limited to the district in which they are entered.
but are allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY, MARCH 15TH,
8 P. M. O'CLOCK SHARP.
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The 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 "Dcpartmint, care ofEveningBulletin,
Honolulu, T. II
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Feb. 22d)
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONED A3 FOLLOWS:'
District No. 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tho County
District No. 3 includes tho County
District No, 4 Includes tho County
The fifth trip will bo for the
chaperon, who will bo chosen by tho
joung Nvoman securing tho highest In
dividual NOto, jrrespectlio of district
Fodr Separate Contacts.
Tho Kv o n I n s il u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is con
ducting four scparato and distinct con
tests nt tho samo time,
Tho joung woman who recehen the
hlghebt number of Notes in District
No. 1 will Lo ghen first class transpor
tation both was, and hotel nccotinno
datlons whllo In Seattlo and Snn Fran
Tho young woman In District No 2
will recclNu the scmo trip to Seattlo
and San rranqlsco, with tho bamo ac
commodations as the ono In District
The joung woman In District No,
lecolvlng the highest number of Note
will receive tho samo trip as tho joun;
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
The joung woman In District No
lecclvlng tha highest oto will recelvo
tho same trip and accommodations as
tho three nbovo mentioned districts.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL.
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to the
Kvonlng Ilullctl n Old sub-
scrlpllon, 50 votes; new subscription,
Three months' subscription to the
Uvonlng Uulleti n Old sub,
scrlpt'on, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion. 250 votes.
Six months' subscription to the
Uvonlng n u 1 1 o 1 1 u Old sub
scription, cqo votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
One yoar's subscription to the
Uvonlng U u 1 J e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; now subscrip
tion, 1S00 NOtCS.
riva j oars' subscription to tbo
Uvonlng Uulleti n OW sub
scription, 10,000 votes; new sub
scription, 10,000 Notes,
Ono jeai's subscription to tho
Weakly I) u 1 J e 1 1 n Old sub
bcrlptlon ,100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 12a NOtlS.
TIno j cars' subscription to the
Weekly II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scilptlou, 12G0 votes; uew subscrip
tion, 2000 Notes,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
FAILURES SO FAR
Several Legislators Are
Opposed To It At
Whllo tho beginning of the legisla
tive scssloa Is In sight and luteins of
legislators aro coming to town every
week, efforts aro being made to have
n caucus of Ilcpubllcau members for
tho purposo of selecting olllcers of tha
two bouses and doing other Ilka busi
ness Considerable secreo htm been
prescrNed about tho matur which has
so far met with llttlo or mi success.
Ono or two meetings were called dur
ing tho week, but thvj filltd to uc-
compllsha their purpose.
It Is quite evident that there Is somo
opposition on tho part of seNural'of
the legislators ta tho plan of caucusing
nt this time. Ono of Hum. IJ. A. C,
I.ong. stated today that lie bellONed
that It was too early In the du to can
cub, and ho would not attend uny
caucus which might now be called. He
had been uskod to attend uno a couple
of dajs ago, but had not dune M.
Tho Republican Ciiilr.il' Committee
will hold a meeting next Monday,
dither In tho afternoon or In the on cm
lug, to consider neural mntters con
nected with tlio coming session
When Paid in Advance.
Ono month's subscription to tho
E.v onlng Dullotln, 75 cents.
Three months' subscription to tho
Evening Bulletin, 2.00.
Six months' subscription to the
Kvonlng II il 1 1 o 1 1 n, S4 00,
TwcIno months' subscription to the
Evening Dullotln, $3 00.
11 no ears' subscription to
Evoning HuUqtln SJQOO.
Ono year's subscription to
Wookly Uulotln, 11.00.
Flvo J cars' subscription to
Weekly Hullo ting 1500.
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ArtorfV TMk ll
MERCHANTS SLOW AT
Tliouch ho made eierj' effort to gut
tho post cardB, glNlng tho vote of thn
members of the Merchants' Associa
tion on tho constwlso shipping luw
suspension, together this morning,
President V L. Waldron was forced to
gho It up and wait until tho first of
Waldron w.is extremely anxious to
send a cablegram to Washington to
night, advising Delegate Kuhlo con'
cernlng tho result of tho vote. Hut
few cards wore rcci.lt eil through ho
malls today, howoNer, and tho offortj
al collecting tho mamong tlio vailous
unices of the members of tho assoclu
liou did not meet with striking sue
It Is hoped that bj MondiU' tho cards
may have been receUed. In that caso
a cablo nvIII bo sent to the Delegate
MANY TOURISTS ARE
ON ALAMEDA'S LIST
Stormy Weather Delays
Staunch Little '
After a delay of son era I hours.
caused by nasty weather and high
seas, tbo steamship Alameda ot the
Oceanic line came Into port last night
and docked at her berth a llttlo bo
fore 10 o'clock. She brought fortj
boien' cabin passengers for Honolulu,
principally tourists She also had
.T7fi lugs of mall, of which seventy
bags will bo transferred to the Aornn
gl, due to nrrhe today from Ilrltlsh
Tho Alameda, whllo plowing
through tha wnes. made 381 miles
In one dnj This was tho fastest time
she could make owing to the condi
tion of tho weather. Among tha or
rivals was M A. Silva, who represen
ted tho Interest ot tho Territorial
Hoard of Immigration at San Krau-
ctsto. Ho brought along n number
nl tho Island 1'ortuguei.c who went
previously to the States.
(According to Purser Smith, tho
tcurlBts Nvho nro anxious to see tha
Islands, will be coining to Honolulu
shoitl). Mrs. T W. I.ce, a wealthy
woman from Portland; K. O. McCoy
nnd wife, J. L. Schenck and wife;
Hobert Seo and wife, and Mrs. Shel
don constitute a tourist party. They
will remain here for some tlmo visit
ing points of Interest.
J McCarthy and P. A. McKaa cama
down to be the guests of their old
friend, Harry Whitney, of tha firm of
Win O. Irwin & Co. Whllo here,
thej will go out goat hunting In
tompun) with Whitney, who Is u ka
maalna on the happy goat-hunting
The Alameda brought 1395 tons of
enrgo for this port. Included In the
freight brought down are nine boxes
of opium, which were sent to tha
RoosoNpIt urges maintenance of
homes for destitute children.
Miss Ann Tcck-r-Yoii don't think J
loul. my age, do you, .Mr. llluntJ
Mr lltunt-Wcll. 1 shouldn't thliiL
jo'.i would oier look It In tho face.
AHUKU RANCH DEAL
MASONIC HALT, CORNER-STONE
1111.0, Hawaii, Teb B. On Satur
day afternoon the corncr-stono of
tho now Masonic Hull will be laid by
Worshipful Master W. IT. C. Camp
bell, according to the rites of tho
Masonic Order, The members of Ki
lauea Lodge will meet in their tern
liorury hall at 2 o'clock, the cere
mony beginning about half an hour
later. The stone will be placed on
Wnlanucnuo street nt the corner ot
Ilrldge. It Is a handsome block ot
polished granite, two feet square, the
lettering engraved upon It being; "II,
M. II. II. A 1908."
HII.O, Hawaii, Teb. C It U ro
ported that there has been 11 rear
rangement ot the terms of tho sub
lenso of tho Kahuku Itanch property.
It was first proposed thut Sam Kan
I. nun should keen ono-slxth Inlnrrst.
' NC.V II Il.ilRAlilnn (m.ulvM, nntl W
II Shlpniau four-sixths, it Is now
said thut Kuuhnne has two-sixths,
ghing Ilujselden and himself a one
half Intciest, whllo W, II. Shlpmnu
nnd Olllo Shlpmnn Jr. Jinve thu uthei
halt Intel oat.
After taking tho count of nine In
tho first round of his fight with Wal
ter Stunton of San rrancUco, Kid
CI cm go cnnio back ami put Stanton
out In the second round
A vicious left swing Hush on tho
Jaw sent Stunton through tho ropes
1. ml out Georgo dlsplajed remark
ublo grit after being diopped twlco by
straight rights In tho first, lie frjrce.d
tho fighting, though dazed, and had
Stanton In a bad waj when tho gong
bounded. ftp ri
Launch of Louis Wot. commission
merchant, and Tied Dawson, engineer,
is capsized in Sacrumcnto rlvor unJ
both aro believed to huvo pcrlBhod,
neprosentntUu Unluuj makes chaig
us of graft In connection wlih Panaiua
Wnk Mi Eikiuttei-Alnetl Reiij
to Sirrulir itl Cute FIJMItg
tli Bittli.tf Life.
If your blood
poorly and your
weak ; if you
of order, and have
muscle, and you find your day's
duties amost too much for you
then there is help for you in
It will arouse the digestive glands
to more activity, will purify your
blood, help you to refreshing
sleep, and give renewed force,
tone, and strength to your system
in general. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has
benefited many thousands vof tired
and discouraged people and will
surely benefit you.
' A now made, J,ver' Baria
parllla contains no alcohol. ,a
There are many imitation Barstparillu
Da sure you got "AYER'S."
tnwU i Dr. I C A,f ItCt, twill. Uuf., VIL
iixa rrxu, tta ttn fwii Uutiv.
T I r ,1
via San Francisco,
the Evening Bulletin
Will pay Ihe expense of (he party,
which, includes a Chaperon.
Tfie People Select the
Cliaperone by Popular Ballot
THERE are Four Districts, snd a
Trip for Each District. Can
didates only have to compete sgai)h(
the contestants in their own district.
The Highest Individual Yote cast,
irrespective of district limitation,
will select the chaperone.
Contest Closes Monday. March 15,
at 8 p.m. SHARP, anJ no subscrip
tions 'will be received after that hour
to apply on final count.
iddress all Communications to
Manager Contest Department,
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