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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 18, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T ., nUtVY. SI VII
Friends of Popular Miss Pangelinan I
Pour In Broadside of Votes
Mrs. Zeave and Mrs. Siemson
Lead For Chaperone
Ballots Will Be Counted Again Tomorrow
H Trip Contestants.
District 1 Miss Angie Pan-
" gclinan. '
District 2 Miss Louisa de
' Harnc. "
District 3 Miss Sarah Cock-
District 4 Miss Annabclle
For Chaperone. :j
Mrs. Zeave, Honolulu 8G77
Tbo first tuunt iif tnlcs til tile
Bulletin's ropul.irlt) Contest,
made jeitterd.i), u.is not without
mirirlsen us to t lie standing of the
er anxious contestants. Miss
l'.iUKellnnn rnnt li.iUot ml oer
rlean thousand otcs, which gives
her a good tend, but not n decided
one, oer her nearest contestant In
District 1. Miss I.ouls.1 de Harnc,
Miss Sarah 'Cockctt and Miss Anna
belle Mundon lead In their resnee
Only a few hundred otcs sepa
rate tuo of tho candidates who aro
contesting for ihapeione honors.
Mrs. Sleint-on of Illlo cast S3S8, and
Mrs. Zcum- of Honolulu has a total
Tho result of this first count can
not bo taken as any Indication of
the final result. Its valuo Is merely
In show lug Bulletin readers
what candidates arc really contest
ing for tho trip to Yoscmlto ami
California. Many of those who are
at tho bottom of the list today may
be at the top In the next count, to
be published on Monday. All of the
contestants got some otes, and all
!iue more to cast.
Since the announcement of the
first count there has been kcarcely
time for tho readers of the 11 u 1-
I c t i n on the outside Islands to
get all their ballots In for this
Count Published Again on Monday.
Another count of votes will bo miidc
again on Saturday afternoon and the
results will bo published In next Mou
da ' Bulletin
The Club Offer.
The otter of several thousand ex
tra otcs for the equivalent of tlnce
yearly subscriptions Is not a conti
nuous offer. It expires on Thursday,
March 31st nt 5 p. in. This Is truly
ono of the best club offers that will
he made during tho entire contest
It is best, becauso It is for a long
period, and best, becauso It Is one
that eery contestant can take ad
Mintago of. Why not do It now-
Rot the clubs now, as many as ou
can, because later In the contest a
premium for effort will not bo civ
Votes May Be Secured From
Although trip candidates will only
competo for the trips against their
sister candidates In the same dis
trict, they will not bo confined to
their district In becurlng votes.
Votes can bo secured an) where. In
tho contest territory or out of It.
There Is no restriction ns to where
votes can bo secured. Chaperone
candidates have the same privilege.
How Votes Are Issued,
llach copy of the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
will contain a coupon, which, when
pioperly filled out, will entitle the
holder to votes of the number speci
fied. This number will vary from
day to day. No advance announce-
5 Votes for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in name and district of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not Good After Monday. March 28)
5 Votes for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not good after Monday, March 28)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Denartment,
neiit of tin' mimhei of votci will be
Ivcn Votes will also ha Issued (in
paid subscriptions to the 12 v o n
i n g and Weekly Bulletin In
uopoitlon to (he length of time
such subscriptions aro paid in lie-
ordame with the schedule nppoai-
How to Help Friend.
If you have a friend In the con
est and want lo see her win, send
ii )our riiihstilptinn In the Bul
letin and get jour friends to do
he same A few subscriptions will
.iliuo )otir favorite canlldate so
ilgh lu the count that ninny who
lo not know tho lady will commence
to help her, as they wish to cast
their votes for one who, It appears,
has a chance to win.
Nominations Not Closed.
Thero seems to be an Impression
hat nominations are closed forever
more, so fnr ns this contest Is con
cerned. The nominations are not
closed, and will not be until the end
of the contest. You could, If )oil
wish, nominate n candidate on tho
last d )' of the contest.
Remember, scparatS ballots for
the trip and chnperone contestants
are now being issued, and ou don't
have to hold )our votes until you
malto nn arrangement with nnothor
candidate. You can get tho rest at
any other time. Send In for )our
subscriptions. You may hold tho
votes ns long ns )ou wish, but tho
paper should bo started to )our
friends who hnve subscribed In )our
behalf. So send In their subscrip
tions ns soon as )ou get them.
THE DISTRICTS ARE A8 FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes tho City and
Count) of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tbo County
District No. 3 Includes tho County
District No. 4 Includes the County
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candidates aMarge.
V.OU may tako tho trip any tlmo )ou
choose, singly or In groups.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to the
Kventng Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 100 votes; new subscrip
tlon, 123 votes.
Three moiiths' subscription to the
i: v o n 1 n g II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n Old Bub
scrlptlon, 3S0 votes; now subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Cvcnlng II ul lot In Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new subscription,
One ) car's subscription to tho
E veiling Bulletin Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
J rive jcars subscription to the
,i:vonlng Uullotln Old sub
i scrlptlon, 15,000 votes; now subscrip
Ono year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulla tin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; now subscription, 12S
Klvo years' subscription to the
Weekly Bullell n Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 18
Ono month's subscription to the
'Cvcnlng Bullotin, 75 cents.
Extra votes will be given to
every contestant for the equiva
lent of three new daily yearly
subscriptions sent in betore 5 P.
M. Thursday, March 31st.
Extra votes will be given every
contestant for the equivalent of
three daily renewal yearly sub
scriptions sent in before 5 P. M.
Thursday, March 31st.
Remittances need not be made at any one time, nor be
for the same subscription nor for any stated period of
time. There is no limit to the number of subscription
clubs that may be secured by each contestant,
A record will be kept of all subscription payments, and
when any contestant has a credit equal to three daily year
ly subscriptions, cither old or new, the votes will be issued.
Tin co montdb' subscription to the
Evening Uullotln, 1200.
Six months' subscription to tho
Cvonlng Bullotin. $1.00.
, Twelve monllm' subscription to the
Evening .1 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, 18.00.
Tlvo joars' subscription to tho
U veiling Uullotln, 31000.
Ono yc.ir'r subscription to tho
Wookly Bullotin, 31.00.
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu .
Josenh Schulmeister Waianae . .
J. K. Notley, 205 Kukui St. ..Honolulu .
A. K. Notley Honolulu ..
Helen Siemson Hilo '
Chas. M. King Olaa
Carrie Scharratt, Kailua . , . . Waimea . . ,
Bessie Clinton Honokaa . .
R. T. Forest Hilo
William Watson Hilo
A. O. Curtis Kurtistown
Henry Blake Koloa ....
Henry E. 'Abbey Anahola . .
Wm. Kruse Wahiawa . ,
Beggs, Fuunene Hospital . ... . Puunene .
W. W. Wescott Puunene . ,
Ed, Daniels Lahaina ...
Standing of Trip Contestant
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angie Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu 14,892
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 9,654
ternity Home Honolulu 7,934
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 5,915
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
Miss lei De Freis Honolulu 5,006
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,600
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu 3,100
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St . 3,080
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City . . . , . . 3,060
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,035
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . .Honolulu 3,033
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Miss Callie Lucas Honolulu 3,030
Miss Bernice D wight Honolulu 3,020
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miss Mary Ann Aki, Fort St Honolulu 3,027
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu 3,603
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kailua. . . .Hilo 3,843
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala 3,625
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 3,147
Miss Hattie Saffery Hilo ,. . . . 3,127
Miss Isabella Koomoa. Keauhou. . . .N. Kona '.... 3,122
Miss Lizzie Macy, Waikaumalo. . . . Kailua 3,100
Hiss Katherine Clark Hilo . 3,100
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou 3,100
Miss Alice Hattie, Kohala Hilo 3,100
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 3.057
Miss Mary K. Keawehano
Miss Rose K. Nalima
Miss Louisa Hapai
Miss Mary Arakawa
Miss Marv Nailima
Miss M. Hose
Miss Emily Ewaliko
Miss L. Williams
Mary H. Kawewehi
Miss Kuulei Hapail
Miss Annie Aiu
Miss Trinnie Marcos
Miss Maggie Nakapuahi
DISTRICT NO. 3,
Misi Sarah Cockctt
Mis Nancy Aki
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai
Flvo years' subscription to tho
We ok I y Bullotin, $500.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B. McSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Hilo , 3,041
HENRY McRAE STOCK CO. ARRIVES
1 i ir '
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Tho members of the Henry McHne Stock Company, who will open
mi etiKiiKcmcnt at the Opera House on Saturday evening, will arrive
on the Wllbclmliia nnd will complete arrangements (or the first per
formance of "The llelr to tho Hoorah."
Judging from tho advance sale now In progress nt the llergstrom
Music Store, standing loom will bo at n picmlum on Saturday evening.
Tbo Kind of amusement that Mr. Mcltuo contemplates giving Ho
nolulu citizens Is Just what they have been In need of for several
months, nnd without n question of doubt the many theater-goers vvltl
give this company good support.
"The Heir lo the Hoorah" will continue up to and Including Wed
ncsda evening, when the play wl II be changed to a very popular com
edy diuuiii, "In the Bishop's Carriage," one of the best-known plays on
the Kngllsh-spcnMng stngc. A popular matinee for the ladles and chil
dren will be given on Saturday.
Miss Lyda Crickard
Miss Mary Marciel
Miss Scholtz, Circuit Court
Miss Nancy Cummins
Miss Lily Aki
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annabclle Mundon
Miss Alice Ai
Miss W. E. Holt
Miss Pollv Elliot
Miss M. Kapumai
Extension to Pearl Harbor Awaits
Official Consent to Right of
Way Ten-Minute Service for
Coiihlderublc extension business was
talked over at llio meeting of thu di
rectors of tbo rtupltl Tuiliblt bold e
The Niiunim alle lino raine In fin
an extension of Its terminus lo a
point near the Country Club loiul. In
connection with this worlt thero will
he a switch put In near tho Muuso
leiun. There me u nunibei of condi
tions that must bo coriectcd before
this extension can bo undo however.
The widening of the avenue must he
attended to In ceitnln places and pio
Jcctlng ioIiiIs cut off. It is up to the
property owners along this toute to
do these things and the Itapid Transit
will do the test.
The question of giving a ten minute
service to Waialae during tho rush
hours of the day was also voted f.noi
ably on. The putting In of snitches
for this service will be commenced at
Tho subject of double-tracking King
street thiough the heart of the cltv
was talked over to snmo extent but no
definite lesult arrived at
Send Us Your Order for
Phone 565 Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
i 3 7 niH
I .. . inA a ir
Rahakuloa . . .' 3,050
Kealia 1 3,095
, . n . m u jk ii in.
I Nothing In tho nay of the Pearl
Harbor extension matter was done ex
cept to talk it over fully. The ques
tion of lights of way Is now In the
hands of the authorities at Washing
ton and tho company Is waiting for
tho settlement of Hint part of the
uoik before nnj thing clno can be
done The nnteilal for this extension
Is nil hoic and the company onl)
unults komI fioiu Washington.
' The tableaux and concert given by
the Kiialiiimanii Society at the Ha
waiian opeia house last night deserves
all the praUe bestowed upon It.
, There bus eertalnl) been nothing
shown behind the footlights for many
n long day Unit was so full of local
Intei est beauty pretty costumes, and
faultless lemlltlon of pails as this
conceit li the members of Kiialiiimanii
The house was full to overflowing,
theiu being a laige number of society
people thero In addition to tho ex
pected throng of Huualluns to whom
the nature of thu concert was u sac
It would bo u p:cusing feature of is
land life If this well-tialned society
would nioio fiequcntly give such exhi
ALLEN'S LUNQ BALSAM
will ciuo not only a fresh cold, hut
line of thiifO stubborn coughs that usu
ally hung on fur months, (live It a
trial and prove Its worth.
Prevent Disease by
Cleanliness and Fumigation
Benson, Smith & Co.
Hotel & Fort Tel. 297
ON THE CARPET
Liquor License Board Hears Number
of Cases of Alleged Violations
of the Regulations.
A number of delinquent saloon keen
ers wne beloic the llo.ucl in i.u ,
I.KriiH( Comnibsidnpm c tcid.ij nf
teinoon for alleged violations of tho
ulcs nun iLgilLiliuns laid diiHli b) llio
The nropilclut of the Ohf Coiner
million was accused on two count), tho
first being Hint be had permitted a
patiou to sleep In a chair and llio ice-
ond Hint he had sold n bottle of, glu
lo a sailor who w.is under the tntlii
cnoc nt the time.
The Rcconrt culprit wis Hni keeper
Weed of the Mint saloon, who wax
also charged with turning thu saloon
Into n temporary lodging house. Man
ngei Lewis of Lovejoy & Co. iissinul
tho Hoard thut It would not happca
again, his firm being the owner of tliu
The proprietor of the Oermanlii vvus
on the caipet for selling liquor to ii
minor, but the minor in tho case stat
cd that he palmed himself oft ns a
twenty-one eni old.
The Sunrise saloon was charged with
selling liquor to Intoxicated persons
as was also the Pacific n'lloon
No action was taken by the Hoard
but tho proprietors were Informed that
the cases would be icniembeicd not
June when tho licenses expired.
PROF. GILMORE TO
The Inst of tho Satiuday murrliig
series of lectures at tho Kllohana Art
League will be given by Prof. John
W. Cllinore tomorrow morning nt
10:30 o'clock. The subject being,
These Saturday morning lectin ch
have been most Instructive nnd havo
been attended by large audiences.
They hnve been Instrumental In bilng
Ing noted speakers from ail parts of
the Territory nnd patrojns of tho
League have been privileged to hear
addresses that otherwise would Intvu
never been dellvcicd hail not these
morning Boiles been arranged for.
Sao Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jul! pppotltt Bold St. Fctnclt
European Plan $1.60 day up
American Plan $3.00 d day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingi cost $200,000. High cUis hotel
tmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retalldlstrict. On carllnes trans,
(erring allorer city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
FOB THE BEST OF
Beer and Liquors
and carefully - compaunded
mixed drinks, attractive sur
roundings and courteous
treatment, go to the
C. J. McCarthy, Prop.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
BETTER SPEND THE WEEK END
GO DOWN BY TRAIN OR AUTO
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, 11 per day
110 and upwards per month. Splon
did accommodations. I
UBS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
First-Glass Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Bench
W. C. BEROIN, Prop.
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