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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 18, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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SAME FOUR CONTESTANTS RETAIN THEIR POSITIONS
IN BULLETIN'S ALASKA-YUKON PACIFIC CONTEST
Contest of Short Duration
And All Votes Must Be
8 O'clock p m.
The Mine four lenders rclnlii lliclr
IMmllloiiM In todajs' scoring unit only
a small innrKln Kcpnintc those lu sec
ond nml thlrtl iioaltloim.
MIkh Lola Dlnklnge IioIiIh the le.vl
with Miss lie l.i Nx ami Miss Vo.'s
almost a tie for sciond place.
llawull, Maul anil Kniinl show
wiiiio gains omt Wcdiicsilnjs' scoring.
Only twetitj-four more dnjs re
main In the II u 1 1 e 1 1 ii ' b Ave free
trip excursion to Seattle nnd when
the tlnal count of the ballots are
made on that day there will he sur
prises for all. Candidates are not
showing their strength at this time
In their scorlng.ns votes are held bad.
for the final spurt, which are Issued
on subscriptions each day and can be
held hack until the final count. It
mlRht he a good Idea to again ex
plain, that no votes are Issued on sub
K.rlptlons unless the contestant's
name appears thereon. Somo believe
that this Is not n good Idea to give
the name of the contestant at the
'time thej subscribe, hut it Is done in
fairness to the contestant, as there
will be no chance for n combination
at the last moment, llallots arc Is
sued on each subscription, but only
when the person subscribing requests
the votes for somo one. No ono in
the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n office influences
otes nnd request that they should go
t.t any particular candidate, hut the
ballots are made out to the one whom
jou request them for and you can
hold the ballot as lorig as jou desire,
but they must be deposited In the bal
lot box before 8 o'clock p. m. on Mon
day 'Mnrch lGth. Voto for somo one
today and don't wait until tho close
of tho contest, ns tho contest iosi
thcly closes nt 8 o'clock sharp Mon
day evening Maich 15th, nnd Jim
had better voto now and avoid tho
rush on tho last day.
Standing of Contestants
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE BU,L
LECTIN 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. N
Miss Lcla Dinklagc Honolulu 174,447
Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu 169,714
Miss Martha Voss, emp. Sachs Co. . .Honolulu 169,108
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 151,311
Mist Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu . . . .' 150,509
Miu Ida McKeague Aiea 148,361
Miss Nellie MoLain ....:. Honolulu 126,222
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu 117,0
Miss Margarette Lum Honolulu 01,612
Hiss Madeline Dulra Honolulu 74,ibu
Miss Mary Dins ...? Honolulu 72,806
Miss A. Todd Kodanet Honolulu 67,160
Miss Araoy Fook Tai Honolulu 65,912
Miss Amy Awal Haleiwa 61,806
Mits Alice Green !... Honolulu 55,806
Miss Lizzie Fcrreira Whitney &Manb.Honolulu 50,312
MissShizuko Ikeda V Honolulu 33,380
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAn.
Miss Trinnie Marco Kailua 122,811
Miss Mercy K. Akau Hi'lo 114,606
Miss Annie Hattie Kohala 94.161
Miss Victoria Homer Hild 92,806
MissEHzabeth X. Victor ,..Hilo j 91,316
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii 68,160
Miss 5 ulia K. Kawewehl Keauhou 52,809
Miss Hattie Saffery Honokaa 33,720
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 31,306
Miss Lillian Mundon Pahoa 23,461
DISTRICI NO. 3. -INCLUDES
THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss Mabel Waiaholo lahaina .'. .' 114,609
The Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill, in the name of the young woman you wish to vote Jot
and the district in which she lives. Bring or mail to Man
ager Contest Departmsnt, care of Evening Bui let in,
? -Honolulu, T. H. '
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOE
(This coupon is not good after Monday, March 1st)
Miss Florence Ho Lahaina
Miss Mary Oohier Lahaina
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku i.
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku
Miu Hattie Kalino Makawao
MissL. K. Hart Wailuku
Miss Esther M. Hanuna Hana ,. . . .
' DISTRICT NO. 4
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI. .
Miss Florence Deverill . . Hanalei, Kauai '..... 111,306
MUs Connie Fassoth .....Waimea, Kauai 90,361
Miss Mable Hhstie , El'eele 86,312
Miss Miriam Mundon ..Kapoa, Kauai 82,711
Miss Angeline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai , . . 68,311 ,
aim ttnei . awards Kitauea, Kauai 51,606
Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai 36,210
Contestants may take the trip'any time they choose.
Contestants are not limited to the district in which ther are entered.
but are allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY. MARCH 15TH,
8 O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP.
- , u"
J 81 i AND
' -ugJST THE THING FOR
SUBSCRIBERS 8ENDINQ IN SUB
SCRIPTIONS TO THE BULLETIN
MUST ALWAY8 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 A8 LONG A6 YOU WISH.
Do It Now.
bu different from those considered at
the last Legislature.
"So far as tho duty otr organizing
this House shall devolvo upon me, I
shall endeavor to carry out that duly
In u way to meet your approval, to
Justify tho confidence you havo re
posed In nic and to promote tbo pur-
poso for which wo aro assembled.
"I havo n right hi expect jour help
and villi depend tiixm that support In
order to merit your good will.
"As your Speaker I shall endeavor
to prcsldo oer jour deliberations with
fairness to all. I shall ask jour Indul
gence In my own bhortcomlngs as pre
siding ofltccr, nnd shall request of jou
prompt attendance which nlimo can
niako our session of sixty dajs ad
vantageous to Hawaii ncl
i "When I see many of jou vho
served In (ho last I-CKlslnturo 'reelect
ed. I feel confident Hint tho duties of
tho hour arc in safo hands, nnd as wo
co forward In our work, let iw strive
nhwnnl to meet tho approval of tho
people, to whom wo aro responsible,
and whoso will wo as their trusted
agents should follow "
H0LSTE1N WANTS A
I "A bUhlncss-Uko session," tho watch
word of the lust session of tho Houso
of itcprescntntlves, la to bo tho key
note of the present session, according
to Speaker Holstcln in his opening ad
dress yesterday when ho took his place
as hpad of tho House. Mr. Ifolateln'r
nddrcss was brief and to tho point. Ho
"Gentlemen of tho Houso of Repre
sentatives: I thank jou for the honor
you have conferred on me especially us
I may he ablo to consider your action
us an Indorsement of my services as
Speuker of tho lust House.
"Wo are organizing today tho llfth
Loglslaturo of Hawaii, marking another
milestone, in tho hfstory of tho Terri
tory under tho Organic Act.
"Tho last legislature left to us an
cxamplo of procedure which as an Ideal
ihoiild bo preseneil. It hud a watch
word which prevailed throughout the
session, taken up by the people during
the elections and remembered by them
in tho teelectlon of many of tho mem
bors of thu lust House.
"Tho wutchwoid was 'a businesslike,
"i;ach Legislature has Its own prob
letns and Uh own ictnbarrassmontH
TliiHo problfiiiH do not orrur In exact
I): tho Hnmo way nor nro they liontud
In the sami) stjlo. Thu problems wo
FOR ALL JEWSPAPERS
Promptly at 2 o'clock yeBterday
afternoon, President Smith called tho
members of tho Senate to order, for
tho second session of tho day. Sen
alor Kaluma, Chalrmnn of Commit
tee on Kulcs, submitted the report
of that committee. Just then, ear
gtant-nt-arms Knhokuollma announc
ed the arrival of the Governor's prl
vate secretary, bearing nnother mes
sage from tho Governor. The mes
sage pertaining to financial condition
of the Toriltory was read, and on mo'
tirm of Qulnn It was referred to Com.
mlttee of Wnysand Means.
Tho report of the Committee on
Holes was then taken up and several
amendments were offered
One of tho new rules adopted was
that the Committee on Ways and
Means should consist of five members.
Two from the City nnd County of
Honolulu, anil one each, from the
other Islands. Coelho arose nnd said
that it should rend "tho Commlttco
on Ways nnd Means shall consist of,
live members, one froin each of tho
Senatorial districts." This, Coelho
suggested, was In conformity with
the Organic Act. Ills suggestion was
"I don't know, why Senator Coelliu
wants to refer to the Organic Act,"
Ii not n matter of law," President
Smith wtnkcd at the speaker and Ka.
l.'iiia slacked down.
Major Dunning, through Col. Jones
of the National Guard of Hawaii, in
vited the members of tho Senato to
be present at the military Inspection,
to ho held nt Port Shatter, next Sun
day morning nt 10 o'clock. Tho let
ter was placed on file.
A communication from Auditor
Klshcr, asking for refund of $17,451.
43 for merchandise license paid Ille
gally Into the Treasury by several
merchants wus read. Tho applicants
wcro principally Orientals. The com
munication was referred to tho Com
lyltteo of Wajs and Means, to look
up tho claims.
Senator Coelho Introduced a reso
lution. authorizing tho tcigcnnt-at-arms
to furnish tho members of the
Senato with newspapers, namely,
K v o n I n g I) u 1 1 e 1 1 nr Hawaiian
Star, Advertiser, Aloha. Alna, Home
rttila, Garden Island, Ka Malamalu
ma, Ka Hoku, Kllohuna, Maul News,
Hllo Herald, Tribune, Ka Elelo and
President Smith asked whether
any of the members wanted Japanese
riewspnpers, Tho resolution after
some discussion was adopted.
Coelho, under suspension of rules,
Introduced a bill, providing for tho
Appropriation of 120,000 for the ex
penses of tho Senate for the year
1309, Tho bill was read and passed
the first rending.
Senator Chilllngwdrth Introduced
his direct primary bill. It passed tho
first reading and was ordered printed.
LANDS' SENATE VOTES
"ALICE- IN WONDERLAND"
may have to meet this uesslou may fowled Kaluma. (Laughter.)
Just one lono candldato, endorsed by
tho Republican Central Committee,
slipped intq office In the Senate yester
day. The, accredited applicant for the
Job of chaplain landed tho plum; all of
(ho others got left-
The Maul delegation can go back to
Its constituents with a clear con
science, for four of the berths at tho
disposal of the upper hoube, wont to
Mnidtes. These are tho Wco-preslden
cy, tho chaplaincy, sergcant-at-Hrnis,
The Janltorshlp was captured
through tho kind offices of n Democratic,
Senator from Oalui, hut the Incumbent
Ik firmly established nnd will draw his
stipend fiom tho Territory for tho
'Thin next-'elxtyiduys. -
The production of a scries of tab-
Icauk fro mthls familiar work Is to
li'i given tomorrow evening, Inter-,
spcrsed with songs taken from tho
poems with which tho book abounds
and composed by Liza Lchmann, and
albo a selection of Edward German's
songs from Itudyard Kipling's Just
The poems that have been selected
from Lewis Carroll's work aro as fol
lows: "How Doth the Little Croco
dile," "Mock Turtle Soup." "Pig and
Pepper," "The Queen of Hearts."
'"You Aro Old Father William," "Tho
wHltlng nnd the Snail," "Fury and;
tho Mouse," "Tweedledum and Twee.
dlodec."nnd "They Told Me You Had
Hcon to Hex" ' '
The Bongs from tho Just So'Storlcs
nro '"Tho Cabin Portholes," "Tho
Camel's- Hump," "llio," "Tho Unln
Imblted Island," "The Iliddle," "Tho
Six Honest Serving Men," "Merrow
Down," nnd "Tho Tribe of Tcgumal."
These songs and quartets are In
tho habiis of Mrs. Hcrzer, Miss Gor
Undo Hall, Mr. Arthur Wall, tho
Uov. W. H. Illlss. and Mr. George
As for tho tableaux, they" will bo
a? close representations as posslble'ot
tho familiar pictures by John Tcnnlcl
of tho events from "Allco In Wohdor-
land.'' The fat brothers. Tweedle
dum and Tweedledce, the Walrus, tho
Duchess, Father William, and a host
of other familiar characters will be
scon In the flesh, and cannot fall to
amuso tho audience. .
A great amount of tlnio a'nil'trqu
ble has been bestowed on this en
tertainment, nnd there is ovoryrlndl.
cation that It will be a great success,
COLLEGE PLANS ARE
TOLD BY PRESIDENT
Hears Interesting Talk
An Interesting and Instructlvo lec
ture, rclatlvo'to tho present condition
and tho futuro plans of tho College of
Hawaii, was given yesterday afternoon
by President John W, Gilmore, before
tho Chamber ot Commerce In outlin
ing the necessary ncoUa. for tho pro
posed college buildings, to lie erected
In Manoa valley, he stated thnt It was
necessary to construct buildings that
would stand for sovcntj'-fivp or a hun
dred years. Buch a structure, h'o said,
would cost about $200,000. For main
tainance, equipment, etc., for ten ycarr,'
he proposed about 1300,000.
Ho statcdsthat tho Fodcra) gotcrn
ment was giving tho Territory $3S.O0u
Just now; next, j-oar, It would be M0,
000 and, so on until the apjiroprlatioQ
reached 5O,00O. This, he said, would
tie the yearly 'allowance from 'then on.
Ho emphasized the necessity for
equipping tl?o engineering building
with special machlncrj'. In particular,
ho np'oko of a testing-apparatus, which
will glvo tho strength and carrylpg
qualities ot railroad, Iron when wanted
by railroad companies.
un motion by secretary Wood, a
voto of thanks was extended to tho
Depression shown In stock market
and Iron, steel and copper Industrie
suffer while railroads reduce expenses.
tho Low Chew Islands ot Japan, Mr.
Itoblo took the first 'Sun Picture' ever
seen In that country, which was a
daguorreotypo' of Commodore M. C.
Perry in undress uniform. There was
ono hundred and, nlncty-ono officers
In tho twclvo vessels of the expedi
tion. iand the pnlx ones,lnow living
nre: Hear Admiral John "H. Upshur,
who was a passed midshipman In the,
storeshlp-Supplynear Admiral Oscar
F, Stanton,;, who was. ta, midshipman,
on the sloop-of-war. Plymodtbr Chief
1'ngr. Edward. D.noblcijwhprwdj an
assUtqnt, cnglncor on the steam frl-.l
jjaie Mississippi) j. a. BCVfou, "who
Saratoga, and William Spcldcn,
who was purser's clerk on.. the Missis-'
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. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUQAB COMPANY.
We, Ihe undersigned, W. O. 1UWIN nnd K. I. SPALDING, Trustee
under Deed of Trust dated January 24, 1902, mado by HAWAIIAN SU
GAR COMPANY to (ho undersigned lib Trustees, hereby give notice to tho
bondholders of the Hawaiian Sugar Company of the election ot snld Com
pany to. redeem and pay, and of the redemption and payment ot tho
following numbered bonds of said Company on the KIHST DAY OF
APniL. 1909, at the office of tho MKHCANTJI.K TIIUST COMPANY OP
SAN I'ltANCISCO In tho City and Couoty ofSan Francisco, Stnlb of Cal
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3 ' CI 128 ISC 247- 307 390
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fi 72 131 187 251 313 394
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12 73 137 189 203 319 397
13 70 I , 138 190 255 320 398
14 81 139 19l' 257 321 399
17 83 140 193 258 323' , 400
20 84 ' 141 197 200 324 402
h SB 112 199 , 202 - 32C 403
23, 80 143 201 264 329 409
24 ' 88 145 202 205 333 410
" 2p 89 HT - 204 206 339 419
. 20 C.30 H9 210 268 340 420
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29 92 153 214 272 343 42
30 93 '' 15. 215 ' 273 , 344 12G
33- 95 K,0 216 278 ' 345 429
37 99 161 218 280 317 430
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42 103 16G 226 289 351 432
15 104 167 228 290 352 433
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48 107 169 234 292 3fi0 138
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50 113 171 23"7 294 362 442
54 114 172 239 298 363 444
56 11C 173 241 299 365 145
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yrB8 , 122' ' 176" ,243 . 302 371 448
"i$ ,,123 183 ?4&. ' 303 375 449
-r The bpjllcre of,abovenumborcd-bondi. arn-herehy notified to present
fun payment oi principal nnu iniercavwu pru m ,iji unu duuwuci
bafd'honds nt the place nui) outho date last abovo mcntlonod, nnd that
after April is,'909,'hli Interest on ald bonds numbered us aforesaid
shall cense . '
' v , Honolulu, T. II., Kcbrunr'y 4, 1909.- '-. j
W. (1. lit WIN.
,1. ' ' 13. 1. SPAI.DINO. '
Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Trub Deed.
"Speaking of Japan." wrltos Mr,
Jurvls I). Edson, "the following mayj
)H of interest: "Of the forty-two of
flcers-on the U. S. steam frigate Mis
sissippi, which was Commodore Per
u's flagship en route to Japan, VI
lliim Spelden, who was purser's clerk,
and the present chief engineer, Ed
ward D. Roble, aro the only ones now
living, llcfore thoy sailed from New
York, Commodore Perry directed Mr.
Itoblo to learn to erect and operate a
line of electric telegraph in Japan,
which he did. nnd he also assisted In
Installing the first stenm railroad,
and rnn the first steam locomotive
lever seen -here. At Kapha, ono of
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