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KVKNINO llULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FMOAY MAIL 25, 1110,
Mrs. Beggs. Contestant for Chaperone,
Shows Sudden Voting Strength
Mary Keawehano Advances
Ten Places To Lead
Ballot Issue Is Daily Growing Larger As
The Determination Of Candidates
Aids Their Desire
Tri-weekly counts nrc beta" made
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The results of these counts are pub
lished on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Ballots intended for these
counts should be in the Bulletin
office by 4 o'clock of the day the
count is made.
There was surprise In More fur
tli.i: chaperone contestants In the
fourth count nuidc lulu jestcrday
evening. Although hoth of the for
titer chaperone I end era cast a heavy
ote, Mrs. Charlotte Heggs of Pint
neiie, Maul, cast a much larger vote,
mill from an oWure point moved
to second place. She. deposited a
total of twenty-one thousand voles,
ntul by so doing hecamc a formida
ble, opponent to the other contost
uiiK for chaperone honors.
Mrs. Heggs' sudden showing nf
voting strength Is not unusual In
popularity contests; It was the re
sult of the concentrated effort of her
friends. Just ns hmiii as a candi
date shows her desire and determi
nation to secure one of these trips.
Just ko soon will her friends rally
to her support with n, handsome total
While the sudden rise of Mrs.
Heggs was, perhaps, more startling,
because so unexpected, to the other
chaperono candidates, their showing
In the count was by no means other
than creditable. Mrs. Zcavo cast be
tween (welvo uml thirteen thousand
votes, and Mrs. Slemson has a total
to bur credit of over fifteen thousand
votes, A number of bther candi
dates for chaperone cast blocks of
votes that added materially to their
, This contest for chaperone hon
ors, conducted In conjunction with
the selection of tho party members.
Is going to bo olio of the must In
teresting phases of this double pop
ularity contest. The fortunate wo
man who secures the position will
have an honor conferred upon her
that is unique In these Islands. The
basis of tho selection will unques
tionably be popularity In every sense
the meaning of the word suggests.
I'll a-pus It Ion when secured, hesldci
giving all the pleasures incident to
tho travel trip, will place tho for
tunate holder of this trip In charge
of the party, and she will receive !
monthly salary from the Hull e
1 1 n. Home of the most popular
married women In the Islands arc
contesting for the trip ami position,
Tho count yesterday mado few
changes In the positions of the con
testants In District 1. Miss Mury
McCabc and Miss Angle 1'angcllnail
remain In first and second place,
with little more than five hundred
votes separating them, Miss John
sun, at third position, cast another
big hunch of votes and retained the
lHibltlon she has held fur the past
J Miss Hebecca Macy, In fourth
place, is still several thousand voles
ahead of Miss Kmma Sasaki, who
changes from sixth to fifth place,
having cast over a thousand more
ntes than Miss Lazarus. There are
I Vote 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, April 4)
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not good after Monday, April 4)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Denartment.
several other candidates In District
I jet to be iiuuilieied among the
leaders, who ure letaltilng their bat
lots for what they deem a more .fa
vorable time to cast them. In ullj
the result of these trl-weekly co.uu),,,
serves not to indicate probable wln,i'
tiers, but merely to show the known
standing of the different candidates.
Miss Mary Keawehano, in District
2, advanced herself from eighth to
first place by this count. The re
sult of her rise Indicates how a few
days' work will Increase the chance
of success of any of tho contestants.
The margin In the lead of Miss Ke
awehano over that of. Miss Qiicenl?
Schrfrratt and Miss Alice lliittle, who
also advances from eleventh place
to among the lenders In District 2.
is very narrow, and a few voto cou
pons will place cither one of them
well in the lead of their nearest
The i unit showed no slaitll'ig
changes In either District 3 or 1,
excepting that of the advance of
Mrs. Heggs, candidate for chaperone,
already commented upon.
The ballot Issue Is dally Increas
ing as the determination of the var
ious candidates to be successful be
comes known to their friends. Their
very determination is a great aid to
their desire, as it g'.vcs their friends
confidence in their ability to succeed.
The contest Is entirely too short
lived for any of the contestants to
feel that the effort necessary Is too
small for the reward, The contest
will not be a long one, and the date
of the close will soon be announced.
No one Is In a position as yet to
warrant confidence In the belief that
It can not be wrested from them.
Every count makes evident the un
certainty of any position gained, but
every point advanced is an Increase
to the final vote total, and that Is
to be the test by which the party
Is to be named.
Trlends by one or two subscrip
tion coupons can place many of tho
candidates In u position that will In
vigorate the good wishes of other
ft lends who are slower to act. A
few thousand votes placed now will
be much more appreciated by the
contestant than a few weeks later.
If your ll lend seems unable to get
started sufficiently to bring suppoYt
from a host of other friends of whom
lou know, why not act at once?
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to the Bulletin must al
ways mention the names of the con
testants they wish to vote for, as all
ballots are filled out in full before
leaving office. You can hold back the
ballots as lone as you wish.
Every subscription payment made
on or since March 7 entitles the pay
er to votes. Present receipts and
votes will be issued, You vote for
two candidates a trip and a chap
erone contestant. An equal number
of xotes, as Riven in the standing1
of vole's, as Riven in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
Club Offer Closes March 31.
Only ono week morn from to
day remains for candidates to' tnko
advantage of tho offer of several
thousand extra votes to contestants
who' till n In the equivalent of three
dally yearly subscriptions before ii
p, in., March 111. This Is ono of
the best club offers thnt will be
made during the entire contest. Tho
securing of the premium votes given
Is nil easy matter, as It Is not neces
sary that the three yearly subscrip
tions be turned In at one time. J-.vcry
sillier! pt Inn payment made to tho
II if I o t I n is credited to the caii
dlirtitcH (or whom the voteH are Is
tojod, and when the contest record
shows that any candidate has an
equivalent of three dally subscrip
tions, the extrn votes arc Issued.
Severn! of the candidates have se
cured' subscription clubs, and there
! ii'it n candidate In the contest
Uhnuuld not get nt least ono be
MrbWncxt Thursday If sho would
How Votes Are Issued.
Kncli copy, of tho 11 it 1 1 o 1 1 n
will contain a coupon, which, when
properly filled out, will entitle tho
holder to votes of the number speci
fied. This number will vary from
day to day. No ndvanco announce
ment of tho number of votes will be
given.' Votes will also bo Issued on
paid subscriptions to the Eton
I n g and Weekly I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n In
proportion to tho length of time
such subscriptions nro paid In ac
cordance with the schedulo appear
Nominations Not Closed.
There seems to be an Impression
that nominations are closed forever
moie. so far as thts contest Is con
cerned. The nominations are not
closed, alid will not bo until the end
of the contest. You could, If you
wish, nominate a candidate on the
last day of the 'contest.
THE DISTRICTS ARE A8 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 the County
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu ,
Josenh Schulmeister Waianae ,
J. K. Notley, 285 Kukui St. . .Honolulu .
A. K. Notley Honolulu
Bessie Clinton v Honokaa
Helen Siemson Hilo
R. T. Forest Hilo
Carrie Scharratt, Kailua .... Waimea
Chas. M. King Olaa
William Watson Hilo ...-..'
A. O. Curtis Knrtistown
Minnie Trowbridge .Hawaii
Henry Blake Koloa
Henry E. Abbey Anahola .
Wm. Kruse Wahiawa
Beggs, Fuunene Hospital .... Fuunene ,
Ed. Daniels Lahaina ,',-.
W. W. Wescott Fuunene ......'
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Mary HcCabe, Kapiolanl Ma
ternity Home .....Honolulu
Miss Angle Fangclinan, Falm Cafe. . Honolulu
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 A aid Lane, Honolulu
Miss Naomi Lazarus Fearl City
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu
Miss Bernice Dwight Honolulu
'Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Frospect St. .
.Miss, Malta Sakuma, Oregon Block.
Miss Lucy K. Barber
Miss Rose Amia
Miss Mary Dias
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Mary K. Keawehano
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kamuela.
Miss Alice Hattie, Kohala
Miss Louisa de Harne
Miss Katherine Clark
Miss L. Williams
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou, . .
Miss Helen Watson
Miss Kuulei Hapaii
Miss HatHe Saffery
Miss Lizzie Macy, Waikaumalo. . .
Miss Annie Kai
.Miss Trinnie Marcos
Miss Louisa Hapai
I Mary ,H. Kawewehi ....".
Miss Mary Nailima
Miss Emma Akamu
Miss Mary Arakawa
Miss Rose K. Nalima
Miss M. Hose
Miss Annie Aiu
Miss Maggie Nakapuahi
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai
Miss Nancy Aki
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court
Miss Lyda Crickard
( Miss Mary Marciel
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candldatea-at-large.
you may take, thu trip any time you
choose, singly or In groups.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono month's subscription to tbo
F. v e n I n g It u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 100 otcs; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Three months' subscription to tho
Uvonlng Dulletl n Old sub
scrlptlon, 350 voles; new subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Evonlng Bulletin Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new subscription,
Ono year's subscription to the
Kvenlng H ul lot In Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Five years' rubscrlptlon to the
K v o n I n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
bcrlptlon, 16,000 votes; now subscrip
Ono year's subscription to the
Wo ok 1 y Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; now subscription, 12S
Flvo years' subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 1250' votes; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
AS FOLLOWS ,
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evening Bulletin, 75 cents.
Thice monthb' subscription to tho
Evening Bulletin, $200.
Six months subscription to the
Evening Bulletin. $1,00.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening .tulle tin, $8.00.
Flvo years' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin. $40.00.
One year's subscription to the
Wookly Bulletin, $1.00.
Flvo .years' subscription to" th
Wookly Bvllettn, $5.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
TamesB. McSwanson is in charge
of; the contest.
, Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. in. to: 4:30 p. m.
Hilo , ,.,
,N. Kona . ,.
Hilo . . . . ,
Kukuihaele , ,
Keauhou ; . p; . . .' y, .
Extra votes will be given to
every contestant for the equivar
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 ono 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, either old or new, the votes win be is
Miss Lily Aki
DISTRICT, NO. 4.
Miss Annabelle Mundon
Miss Alice Ai
Miss W. E. Holt
Miss M. Kapuniai
TO REMOVE CORAL
WILL TAKE ACTION
Marston Campbell Says This Will Be
a Simole Matter Letters Have
Been Addressed to Major Win
slow and Liliuokalani Trust.
"No man or body of men can atop
depreciations unless he hits efficient
nt-slstunco from those In authoiUy,'"'
stated Marston Campbell, Superin
tendent of Public Works, at The Pro
iiotlon Commlttee'H meeting yester
day afternoon, In reference to tho
discussion relative to the spoiling of
VTalklkl llcach by the wholesale
hauling n'vay of sand.
After Acting Sccretury Cooper had
rend the minutes of thu previous
meeting, J, P. Hush said: "Ah n
committee on coral, 1 hnvu Invited
Mr. Marston Campbell, Mr. Alexan
der Young and Mr, C. Mncfarlane to"
address you this afternoon with n
view to determining what can ho
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HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION
done to put a stop to tho Wholesale
hauling away of sand from Walklk.1
lleach. So many complaints have
been mado In reference to Injuries
sustained hy the coral while bathing
at that resort that It Is high tlnw
something was done, to Improve the
bathing at this beach."
Mr. Catnpboll was the first speak
er and said In part: "One of the
Important matters which tho Su
preme Court will sooner or later he
called upon to decide will be the
question of allowing people to 'haul
sand from the beach above the high
water level. The government has
authority to put n stop to the re
moval of sand from the beach be
tween high and low-level water
mark. I have asked the Attornoy
General to give hie opinion on this
"The leiuoval of the coral Is In
my mind u simple matter, and the
funds for removing thU could he
satisfactorily arranged for. The
larger blocks sticking out will have
to be blasted out, hut on the whole
the problem Is not n difficult one.
Walklkl Is a delightful resort, but
a sad disappointment to tourists. I
don't believe that It Is up to the
covernment to do this work. 1 think
those who derive tho profits from
I lie beach should nil In this work.
"The coral at Walklkl Is not live
coral, most of It being layer coral.
In many spots It Is In what I term
knots, for a small outlay, to pur
chase tools, powder, etc., a portion '
of the beach could be made perfectly
safe for even tho most fastidious
Mr. Hush asked If the dredging'
now being done at Walklkl was re
sponsible for the spoiling of tho
beach. Mr. Campbell stated that lit
tle or no sand was being taken out
by tho dredger, but only coral. In
continuation, Mr, Campbell Bald: "I
think! some measures should be
adopted and will bo adopted by tho
government to stop people from
Hauling sand away' fiom tho beach.
I think .much of the sand now being
taken away from the beach Is re
moved by tho Liliuokalani Trust.
Bvory yard of sand taken out from
this beach means jcars of work' to
replace, as there uio no gravol wash
lugs from the mountains to replace
"If the Promotion Committee will
gunruntco a fund within the next
few weeks, so that I can purchase a
few crowbars, powder, etc., I could
go ahead with this work. I propose
that tho Promotion Committee nd
drcsa a letter' to Major Wluslow and
to the Liliuokalani Trust, asking It
they 'could not-haul their band for
construction work from lomo other
spot than Walklkl IJeach."
Alexander Young said: "My Ideas
are very much on the lines thnt Mr.
Campbell haa outlined. I have no
ticed that tho sand Is going down.'
Tho bathing all nlong tho beach to
wards the Moana Hotel Is very bad.
I have thought 'that II might be n
good thing to cruih up some, hun
dreds of thousands of tons of lava
rock to cover tho outcropping coral,
bill 'this docs iiot seem feasible and
would be highly expensive. Some
thing could be constructed In tho.
form of a. pllc-drlver to bump tho
coral down flat, fly sawing tho topa
of this coral a Hat surface might
"A large 12-Inch cast-steel chisel,
worked In guides, similar to tho ono
Mr. W. II. lloogs has In his posses
sion, would, 1 think, work well In
knocking off the sharp points of tho
corn), Something must be done, ns
the beach Is In n very bnd condi
tion." C. Macfarlano said he thought
blasting would be' a great mistake.
Sand will' always seek Us own levol,
nnd If enormous quantities of coral
are to bo blasted out, where la tho
sand to con)e from to fill these de
'presslons, as people ore hauling Im
mense quantities out every wcok?
If you go too deep, thero will be no
surf, which Is one of tho chief .at
tractions' of this resort. ('-
"When' I first came out, we used
to go away off to Diamond Head to
get good Burf-rldlng, but now wo
have It nearer home. If the depres
sions are to be made, there will bo
no surf at Walklkl."
Jjtr. Campbell stated that the surf
was due to the barrier reef outside
and would not he Injured In nny
way hy taking out the coral from
inside the reef. "It Is the bunch
coral that must Vie taken awuy," said
A .brief discussion was then held
as to the various methods to be em
ployed in removing this dangerous
growth fiom the beach. Mr. Camp
bell favored blasting, uml then lin
ing up the cavities with sand. Mr.
Young was In favor ' of battering
down thq coral and knocking off thn
rough, sharp edges, In which Mr.
Nothing definite has been ar
ranged In regard to this matter. The
Promotion Committee will await an
swers to their letters to Major Win
slow and the Liliuokalani Trust. In
the meantime Mr. Campbell will con
for with Mr. Young una Mr. Macfar
luno as'tq a plan of campaign for
the removal of this coral.
' Jknieif F, McLean, cnulrman of tho
Promotion Committee, proposed a
vote of' thanks to the speakers for
their excellent suggettlons. which
was, unanimously carried. I
WHY DID MR, WOOLLEY
TRY ANOTHER PUN?
! i i
Editor Evening Bulletin:
In tho. Advertiser article of the 23rd
Instant on tho "Governor's sharo In the
Plebiscite," Senator riles Is quoted as
having mado tho statement that by
leaving tho liquor question to the peo
ple It would give them self govern
ment and "tho right to Bpeak for them
solves," and Mr. Dinwiddle, on behalf
of the trmperanco iwoplo Is quoted as
having said "Thut Is nil wo want."
tr Mr ninwlilillu's statement Is true.
then why should Mr. Woolloy steal
away to Washington and urgo Prohibi
tion by Congress?
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