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.r.VnNIN'O lUU.t.IITIN, HONOLULU, T. 1I., TUHSOAY, MAirifl, 1909.
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ALCOHOL 3 IEU l'l'T
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ncss nnd KVst Contains rata-
Opium .Morphine norJwcral
Apcrfctl Remedy for Cfinsllpa
lion, Sour StoiroclUltarrtoa
ncss and Loss or SLUR
Facsimile Signature of
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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Nine Million, Six
Hundred Thousand Votes
dlntrlct walked nway
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from licr com Wisconsin.
The father, Ho Ton, Is
pernors nml ramp compaiatUely near
to taking the highest place Miss Dov-
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
connected with t'io hank of Hlshop &
I Co., nml one of tl.o prominent Chinese
of the Islands. Miss Kllznboth Victor
In a ver) popuhr young" laily of llllo.
She wns one of the contestants of two
I eira ago, inklne n very good canvass
I nt that time
I The II ii 1 1 c 1 1 ii will now dovoto
rm&Q mmmmnm mmmm
Even Toilet Soap I
roav spr.ail contagion when used by different mem
bers of the house 'icld. WEST'S LIQUID SOAPS, how
co (l-'-ii from ? p'ent dispenser, is proof against
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
MISS ELIZABETH VICTOR
The Hilo Oirl Who Carried the Day
in the Coar.t of Hawaii Miss
Victor Wes One of the
Contestants 2 Years
erlll Int. n good Iced ftom lhi start
of the count In t'iu Km u dlstrlrt.
Miss ile In Nu, who stands the
hlghcit. In connected with the Jevelr
firm of II P. Wlchm.in A Co. In ItH
bookkeeping ilepnrlinent Her ote
hows how well and fnor:ihly known
she In hi the tll of Honolulu. Miss
llevcrell of llrnalel. Kami, In ono
of the bout school teiiehers In the pub
Ile school system of Die Isljnds. One
of the bent It Hie phrase iimm because
Miss I'loieiice Ho uf l.'ihalii,! standi
ITI hlt,Il I'l lllr PHlKIII ii' Ih-i pupils,
their patents ami the ''iiirlmciiL
.MIhh Ii . .,i4 Inn In IIiuimIuIii an 1
I liearit Hi l. n i 1 b -lug the first
it mini Mil' ' I nil iip p uc;iIiil' to
graduale from O.ilin Collcgi- where
he Ii "I l '" ' i -finding Her
bnillii Kim ""i ' 'i i -vis Uio i.ilutn
BUILT FOR SERVICE
Host rcfrigctator companies, tlnough a short-sighted
policy, turn out clica,) uc boxes bv the hundred at big
arc nil carefully built to give the best service of which a
Refrigerator is capable,' for efficiency, economy, and convenience.
MISS FLORENCE K. DEVERILL
Winner from Kauai District
itself to nsHstlng the members of the
Imposition party to make their plans
In: the Hip
The II ii 1 1 e I I n's popnlailty coldest
enme to mi end Monday ucnlug lmri-
ly nt S o'clock.
It w.ih ii sharp, exciting finish.
Judging b the crowd In nml nboul
tho II ill let In uince hist night. It
mlglil linxe been tho night after
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T.H.Davies to Co., Ltd.
MISS FLORENCE HO
Who Carried First Honors in the
Maui District and Oot the
Highest Vote of Any Can
didate in Outside
tnrinn of the OjIiii Colleco cl nn iif
19(17 nml Hccoml prize winner In the
Damon contest of 1008 nt Mills Intdl
tule Ho Is fmw nt the t'nlverslt of
Who Has Lots of Oahu 'Friends
olccili ii Ifcrbly was Inteiest
ed In lending Hie result of the
great popnlailty contert. nml I'irgT
nuiiibirs of them imxUms for the first
news, were on hand to wntth the piog
less of the count Tho telephone was
kept constantly busy.
Most Interesting among tho spec
tators, of course, wcri) the young wo
men thcim-elvcs and their friends who
lmd nrsisted them In winning Mites.
No ono knew wlinl the lesult would
be. ttubscilplloui had ponied In on the
Inst day of tho conies!, .mil the rela
tive taming of tho contestants, ns
they nppared In the Momln'H Issue
mtmtm . mi . mmm
Weekl Bulletin SI Per Year
DELIVERS BREAD DAILY
linvc not seen all the sights unlcis
they visit 'the
New Rubber Tires
185 editorral roomt 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Dulletln office.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Rpo rhone 185.
Irish Mails, eic
Coyne Furniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET, HONOLULU,
A ji tiu (lie uiihiiiiW if li t,ti-riltl!le r&puatllui. liwlu
-mphrd In mlil.t.liifrr, lionlnic lluitr r uua krubbtr set uut iibuui tbt
Jttml vt ! bulldlniia.
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Tba ..folritl uurl f (b AUkli- Yukna.l'arirlo ryolllou u I piirar
rd Inst JSoiciubtr, beTluff cuinplcltd .nil uuwuiyWIrd iurk uu UnluU.
had to bring In In ndd to their credit
at the close. Thero was n oluntary
nigh of relief from, many of them
when the last subscription that could
of the paper, gave no Inkling of tho
final result, Surprises' wero expected,
nml they were not lacking,
A few minutes before 8 o'clock
were moments of anxious suspense for
tho contestants and their friends.
None of them knew what the others
bo counted on the contest had been
taken, and E. O, White unlocked the
Who Stood Second on Hawaii
lmllot-bo and emptied Its contents on
tho table, around which s.it the mem
bers of tho romniltteo. Assisting Mr
Whlto wcro K. U. Porter. O, A. Slav,
en nnd C. Marquez,
Sorting tlni Inllots began rt hum
and when this was completed tho fig
ures wero read to Mr. Mnrquoz, who
Used the Cnmptogrnph adding machine
In obtaining the totals. Thn Compto
graph nddlng machine Is considered
one of tho most tii-toil:ile electric
drive nddlng and listing machines on
Tho losers (bless them) wero
among the first to congratulate tho
winners. The contest had been fair
and free, and It was good to sea the
fine, ladylike feeling that existed be
tween tho late contestants.
The manager of tho Dulletln
company, on behalf of the compiny.
stated that his only ru."iet was that
all of the lino girls could not win;
that nit of the promises mado would
MISS LELA DINKLAGE
Second in Oahu List
be redeemed to the letter, nnd tho
rcrnnd hlglust in each of tho four
districts would he. In n reasonable
mcHhiiii', assured of snuie comticnsn
tlon for their fnlthfiil efforts nml tho
good work done Ho stated that tho
fciibscilptlnn contest had I ecu under
taken not wllh u view to Immediate
protlt but to sccuro subscriptions, nml
that object hud been handsomely nt
tnlncd. Tho subscription lists, us
checked to date, show u large Increase
to the ulicidy Inrgo cliculatlim of tho
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n, giving to the paper tho
largest city and county circulation In
Whitney & Marsh
On MONDAY NEXT, 1CTH INST., wc will put on aalc
12 One-Piece Subs
in Voiles, Henriettas, and Ladies Cloth, VALUES UP TO
Sale Price, $10.50
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
A collar Jhat fits as well
after kiunderifig as before
M cents J for M cent.
Ct.UF.TT. I'KAllOllV Cll Tt". N V., Mnkcfa of Cliirlt WilrU
SILK LISLE HOSE FOR MEN
PLAIN AND FANCY.
3 Pairs, 50 cents; 3 Tairs, ?1.00; 1 Pair, 25c cents; 1 Pair, CO cenh.
U. AHOY, Nuuanu, below Hotel
thank nil for all nnd the Unlet In
joins tho contestants In rime.
CARD OF THANKS
MISS TRINNIE MARCO
Who Made a Good Contest
the Hawaiian Islands, thus: nmklug It
Till: Ideal advertising medium.
After the count was completed, Mr
l-'iiirlugtoii, clltor of the Hullo tin,
cscuitcd the Judges oer to tho Union
CS i 111 nnd those who care lo know tho
menu, please enquire of the Judges
ami Mr Knrrlngtou.
A Word of Thanks.
Most nil the contestants lmo if
quested that tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u publish
a word of thanks lo their many
friends, who have tieon so liberal In
their Biipport during tho contest Just
dosed nnd space will mil penult lo
publish each one elugl, theiofnio tho
II u I v 1 1 li ttiU'B this opportunity to
I wish to thnnk all then- who r.nl Ukuleles, Hawaiian Music, Postals,
kindly nsslstcd mo in win tho Ahska-1 100 Different Views of the Islands,
Yukon trip. Their geueioii3 iiipp-jit Souvenir Playing Cards.
in much upprcciniuu u,- mv i.nipritnrcftiir irAnrAmi
A Beautiful Souvenir l'ook of tho
sorini: dk i.a nux
CARD OF THANKS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phon 185
y BULLETIN ADS PAY 1
IWITT TTTAlTrtTOrtn TfTFI
Ti flin mmiv frlnmla who vftln.l f,,i VTiU UlUllVlJU WUi, AJllA
mo in tho llulletln contest, nnd CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sts
especially to tho unknown ones who I
nsslstcd In securing tho largo num
ber of votes In my support, I tender
my fcinccrc thnnks.
LIZZIK THN SUH KAU.
Honolulu, March lGth.
SINGLE SUIT LENGTHS
Specially imported for our Merchant
Tailoring Department. High Class Suits
to Order. Mr. SWAHN, formerly with
J. Roth, isojr cutter, and he is supported
by experienced Garment Makers.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
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