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READERS CAST BALLOTS FOR FRIENDS
FREE OF DISTRICT LINE RULES
Special Offer Closes Thursday
If rilemlM hint- wiit in miii'crlpilnn leaving office. You can hold back the
paiiivntH niul naked unknown in on ballot! at lone as you wish.
Unit thi- uitcH Ik- IbhupiI In jour fnnr, Every, subscription payment made
and the ihijinrntH ifitnl three carnly on or since March 7 entitlei the pay-
I miibcrlptlona for either old or' new cr t0 votes. Present receipts and
BiitihcrlptlniiK, the loteH lire Issued for votes will be issued. You vote for
'joii niul the other ciuiilldiitb named, two candidate" a trip and a chap-
I Many ciintestiiiitB tune not under- erone contestant. An equal number
buhki iiiib, nun nen nun nun mey 0f votes, as Riven in the standing
hail block of extra uitrn romiim to Vote schedule, are issued for each
them they were surprised. You may contestant.
lie inlssltiK one of these ii'oeks of ex-, Tri-weekly counts are beta" made
tni Mites for the lack or a sni.ill suii- on xuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
frnlptlon. The w,uits of these counts are nub.
Take Advantaoe of oner By Mall. iijj on Monday. Wednesday and
The week-end count made Satur- Badly Mistaken. Remember, llaw.ill Maul Kami Mo Friday. Ballots intended for these
day ctenlUB In tho II u I I e 1 1 n'n I Contestnntu on the outside Islands iokhi iiiki uaim icmicix aim cuniei counts should be in the Bulletin
office by 4 o clock of the day the
Satui day's Count Changes Leader Only
In District 1, But A Heavy
Scattering Vote Increases
Pnimlnrliv Pnnipui nntni.to fnr i write tli it thei arc holdliiK hack buIi ants that If jour envelope containing
oue thliiB. and that the way the ot- minimus lielieiliiR that mole MHeH mibrcrlptlotm pajmentH uliuw that It
em nattered their votes aiming so "III later lie Risen than are now l- ns mailed before 5 o'clock on next
ninny different candidates In all the'imed Some of them ask "Am I right." Thursday, that tho nijmrnt will ho
districts This contest for the party
tnemliers Is a matter of district se
lection, hut the otcm Katurd.i) cast
a ballot that was so free of district
lines and control of neighborhood
factions that It would please a Con
Hawaii people voted for Kauai
candidates, und Kauai for some on
On tin; Maul, not to bo outdone, re
turned Hawaii's ioniillmcnl to K.i
mil, mid the people of Oalm voted,
as they alnajs do, for candidates In
For an honest expression of opin
ion, free from nil prejudices except
ing that of personal liking, the vote
of Friday and Saturday will beat
the prohibition plcblsclto several
And all this Is as It should be.
While the Islands are divided Into
districts for the selection of the
party members for the California
trip, nil of the candldntes have
friends on every Islnnd who have
right to vote for the contestants In
nny district. So far as It concerns
the chaperone contestants, It mat
ters not, ns they arc all candidates-nt-lnrge.
The count disclosed two things
Maul seems to do what Kauai does;
or have It the other way around, If
jou like It better. Every candidate
for the free trips in Districts 3 and
1 received votes. Alt moved their
totals up a few hundreds, and a cas
ual glance would make one think
that not many votes were cast from
these two islands, but this Is be
cause the ballots were so well dls
ti United amng the trip contestants.
Hawaii did not change the leaders
for It b district, but ten of the candi
dates received votes and increased
their totals In a way that indicates
the Interest of tho Ilulletln
readers and tho work of the candi
dates. Miss Keawehano retains the
lead with less than fifty votes, and
Miss Schurrat, In second place, is
closely followed by Miss Hiittle, at
third place. Hawaii at present has
more contestants In the race thun
uny of the islands, but two mora
joung ladles were entered for this
count by llllo friends.
In District 1, Miss Pangcllnan
goes to the lead again with a big
block of votes, and this places Miss
McCabe in second place, from which
Mlbs Pangcllnan moves. Miss John
son again cast enough votes to hold
her position at third. Four other
candidates In this district received
quite a number of votes, but in no
case enough to alter former stand
ings as regards position.
The count as It affects the chape
rone candidates made no ihanges In
the positions, Mrs. Keave retaining
the lead, with Mrs. Ilcggs in second
and Mrs. Slemton in third place.
Aside from the number of votes cast,
the vote for Mrs. Slemson was re
markable In that she received voted
from more different sources than
any other contestant entered.
No' l'orltlvelj No' You arc credited In the specni volo offer that
wrong' So wrong that jou are mis- Is lo expire on that date Only n very properly filled out, will entitle tho
..... .... fnn .Int. bpa Intl In l.tlA .ill n I n .... n'l.n. i . .. 1 I
king me new tmpiiaiicaii) mo iie&i " " .- o.i.o..inhv . noiaer 10 voies 01 ine numoer speci
count is made.
How Votes Are Issued.
Each copy of the Bulletin
will contain a coupon, which, when
club offer thai will be made during the hls offer but If jou explain to friends
entire contest. I the advantages of making their pa-
In mi far as this club offer htiB f nienlg at once, jou can get at least
reeled the contestants on the other " of these clubs before the offer ox
Islands each and every ono of them has I'lres At least send In nil jou have,
believed this same thing. Contestants The balance needed may bo standing to
In District 1 have taken advantage of ""r ciedlt here mi the coutcBl rec
tho offer and hence tho much larger "nl You know tljnt where the vote
ole totals. ,olul "" '""o received In tho past
CLOSE OF CLUB OFFER. counts has been unexpectedly large,
Remittances from outside Islands that It Is n prctt) good Indication that
received In envelopes post marked asl'mo one lias mailo it, subscription pay
mailed on or before Thursday, March
3l(t will entitle the candidates for
whom the votes are Issued to the club
offer that expires on that date at S
Never again can jou get so miny
otes for the same amount of sub
rcrlptions. Tho offer Is the best that
will be madn because It applies to all
nibycrlptlons old or new, nnd for n
shoit or long time they nil count.
Send In tho equivalent of three dally
jeaily subscriptions, either oldor new
niul jou will Rot the several thousand
Do not hold hack Hiibxcrlptlnns be
lieving that this jenr's club nffera will
bo bIuiH.ii to last jear. As this pres
ent votes-offer differs fiom any of last
jear so will nil differ. The scale of
tho extra vote nffera will be a descend
ing one ami not an nsccndlng one.
Some Friend's Advice Poor.
The length of time for, and tho num
ber of subscriptions will luciease, and
the number of votes will decrease at
iivorj succeeding offer. It would be
Impossible In this j ear's double con
test, where ,u contest for the selection
of chaperone Is conducted at the samo
time as that for the party members, to
make n big vote offer at or near the
end of tho coutest. It would bo almost
impossible to make the vote Issues.
Just remember when some well mean
ing f i lend tells jou what this jenr's
contest man Is going to do, that the
friend doesn't know any moro about
It than jou do, and that jou havo tho
contest man's word for It that ho Isn't
going to do any of tho things that
jour friend has been telling jou he
Don't Loie Votes.
You may lobO votes If jou don't send
In ult the subscriptions jou havo.
rhoro is one candidate for ihapcrono
and oue for n trip contestant who only
need u one month's new subscription
to the dally to lo them a block of
7500 votes. All thoso votos
missed liccaute some ono put
off sending in their subscrip
tion thinking that It would count moro
later." Well It won't, Do It now, is
the motto that wins in this contest.
Surprise In Store for Some.
It maj surprise some of jou con
testants on the outside Islands to
know that there aro several cases
whero one or two subscriptions would
glvo jou tho block of votes offered for
tho equivalent of three new or old sub
scriptions. You are credited with ev
ery subscription payment made.
n'iiiu "ii"J n niuiiu ii o'Kixvi iv
ment In jour faAoi1, don't jou?
A Start an Aid, , .,
11 lends bjUflBXHr two subscrip
tion couiiomurilh, tlliico mnnv of the
candidates n A position that will In-
viHonuc iiiu guuu vwisncs 01 uiuur
f i lends who are, ajtiwer to act. A
few thousand Joins placed now will
be much moro appreciated by tho
contestant .than, h, few weeks later.
If Miur lilcnd seems unable to set
started sufficiently lo bring support
from n host of other friends of whom
jou Know, why riot net nt 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
nod. This number will vary from
day to day. No advance announce
ment of tho number of votes will be
given.' Votes will also be Issued on
paid subscriptions to tho Even
I n r and Wookly Uullotln In
proportion to tho length ot time
such subscriptions are paid In oc
cordance with the schedule appear'
Ing below. -
Nominations Not Closed.
Thoro seems to be an Impression
that nominations aro closed forovor
more, so far as this contest Is con
cerned. Tho nominations aro not
closed, nnd will not be until tho end
of tho contest. You could, It joU
wish, nominate n candidate on the
last day of the contest.
VOTE8 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS '
One month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin-Dirt sub
scription, 100 votes; ' new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Tin no months' subscription to the
Kvening Biillotl n Old sub
scription, 360 votos; new subscription
460 votes. '
8lx months' uhi.crlpllon to the
Evening Bu lie tin Old sub
scription. 800 votes; new subscription.
Ono j car's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; "new subscrip
tion, 2S00 votes.
Five years' rubscrlptlon to the
Kvening Bulletl n Old sub
scription. 16,000 votes; now subscrip
One year's subscription to tho
Weekly Bu 1 1 o tl n Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; now subscription, 12j
Fho years' subscription to the
Wookly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votos; now subscription.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 18
One month's subscilptlon to the
Evening Bulletin, 75 cents.
Thtee monthb' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin. $200.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin. 1400.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening Julio tin, 18.00.
Flvo yeara' subscription to
Evening Bui lot In. 1(0 00.
One year's subscription to
Woekly Bulletin. 1100.
flvo years' subscription to
Wookly Bl'llotln, 15 00.
Ordinance No. 18.
lars ()500.00), or by Imprisonment
for a'tcrm not exceeding bIx months.
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING or by both rjich fine nnd Imprison-
FIRE LIMITS FOB THE CITY .ment.. m j
BIO-N0 ATEnX "- .! K
IIHIUUUCVU UJ jOUlliml
Date ot Introduction:
Mnrch 8, 1910.
Approved this 21th day of March,
01' BUILDINGS AND OTHEIt
STRUCTURES WITHIN SUCH
m- i-n nnntiurn iiv -rill- ttfnpi.w
Of THE CITY AND COUNTY ,A' D' ,9,
THE OISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes the County
District No. 3 Includes tho County
District No. A Includes the County
Don't forest the candidates for
.Yon mar take the trln nnv ttme von
oatiois arenjiea out in inu ociore cnoose, singly or in groups
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Mrs. Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu .? 44,083,
Mrs. Josenh Schulmeitter Waianae 6,096
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 285 Kukul St. . . Honolulu . '. 3,680
Mrs. A. K. Motley Honolulu a.wu
Mrs. Helen Siemion Hilo '. 17,631
Mrs. Carrie Schimtt, Xailua . ...Waimea
an, B. T. Fortit Hilo
Mrs. Bessie ClintOn Honokaa . . i
Mrs. A. O. Curtis' Kurtistown .
Mrs. Henry Blale ." Koloa ......
Mrs. Henry E. Abbe; Anahola
Mrs. wm. Kruse , . .
Mrs. Beres. Puunene Hospital
Mrs. Ed. Daniels , Lahaina
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene
Standing cf Trip Contestants
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)
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angie PanR-elinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
Miss Bebecca Mac? Waialua i D.445
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu .' . . A 7,382
Miss Naomi Lazarus 4 Pearl City ' 0,549
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu ....' 3,176
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St... Honolulu 3,137
Miss Bernice Dwight Honolulu 3,094
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St 3,080
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,040
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu '. 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu .,..., 3,030
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu '. , 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2. , ,
Miss Mary K. Keawehano .....'. . .Hilo . . t 4,180
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo 4,014
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hilo 3,624
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala 3,772
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,351
Miss L. Williams , Hilo , 3,231
Miss Isabella Koomoa. Keauhou. . . .N. Kona 3.255
IMiss Helen Watson Hilo .., , 3,266
Miss Kuulei Hapail ..Hilo ,,......., 3,183
Miss Hattie Saffery Hilo ..1 ' t 3,127
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou . . i , . . ' '3,104
Miss' Louisa Hapai Kukuihaele 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou i 3,080
Miss Mary Nallima 'J Pahala .'.. 3,077
Miss Emjsia Akamu Hilo .., ...'..." 3,057
Miss Mary 'Arakawa Hilo : 3,041
Miss Rose Ki lfaiima Hilo ..,..? 3,032
! vr irn. ' tiii- . .' n nun
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu. T. H
James B. McSwanson is in charge
or the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 d. m. t
WELCOME TO N'BRYDE
( Snecial to Bulletin.)
WAHIAWA. Kaunl, Mar. 26. Al
though Mr. Mcl)rde was away on a
trip to the Coast for only a few
weeks, the welcome home and ova
tion he received nt the hands ot the
Kalahen homesteaders and bandboys
would do a few ears' absence
credit. The handtioys 'did not leave
a stone unturned to have a real, nice
la)-nut at the Homestead Hall. The
e eulng ot Wednesday, J. 1. auva,
committee of one, accompanied li
Frank Medelros, wont In Mr. Sllvn's
auto to fetch Walter down. Mr.
Mcllryde was not to he moved. A
kinds of pleas could, not stir him on
his first evening at home. Even
when he was told that failure to
come might precipitate an awful
catastrophe among the homestead
ers, he still refused. At last Mr.
Sllva had l.o own up, .tointfe' little
game. Then the honored ' guest
switched about and said, 'Certainly,
I'll go ten miles lo be welcomed
home by a countrmaklng people
like them.1' He went down to the
hall, met the homesteaders und.band
bojs. He gave, a speech In hU usual
genial wa, and was cheered galore.
Mr. Slla also made" a speech. They
all ate, sang 'and enjoyed a lovelj
luau, the like ot which will not be
seen for a while to cgme. The names
of Messrs. Sllva and .Mcllryde were
proposed by someone tor. Representa
tive and supervisor, respectively,
and there was nothing but "kokua"
heard. The homestead band, under
the leadership of John de Cambra.
plajcd appropriate music throughout
the function. '
8TOLEN OYPSY GIRL
FOUND BY MOTHER
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 Deartment.
MiH Annie Aiu',!'. !!'..".!!!!'.!'. .".iKaiiua"! !!!!!.'!!!!! !!'.:!
Miss Maggie aakapuahi .....Hilo
Maud Fisher .) Hawaii'.1.;.:.,.
Miss Fannie Desha'.... Hilo '
Miss Myrtle Wise . .'. Hilo
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett . . i .Lahaina 7,362
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa . . .'. 4,764
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai 4,200
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 4,288
Miss Nancy Aki Lahaina -. . . 4,140
Hiss Lily Aki Kaupo 3,106
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4,100
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kanna 5,565
Miss W. E. Holt Maknweli 4,200
Miss Nenl Kcalia 4.105
Miss Alice Ai v.Lihue 4,151
Miss M. Kapuniai Waimea 4,100
After Two Years Child Is Recovered,
and Two Tribes May Start
CHICAGO. March 5. Tetha Pearson
a 14 year nld Russian gosy, who It Is
alleged was stolen from her mother,
.Mrs. Tetha Pearton, In Boston two
)ears uso was found In the possession
of Mrs. Annie I.ucas, a Mexican g) psy
at Slxt) -fifth and Loomls streets, ti)
defectives Mrs. Lucas was arrested,
and will bu given a hearing today.
The I.ucasPB' admit tho girl Is Mrs.
Pearson's child, but claim they bought
her for $100. Mrs. Pearson donlos this,
as docs the girl, who sajs she was
coaxed away by a promise to take her
to n nickel Bhow.
"They niado mo work hard doing
washing because I was not old enough
to tell fortunes," the girl said. "I'm
so glad to get back to my mother. I
tfled often: to get awayKbut they al
wujs watched nic The flrst w inter
after I was stolon we spent In Europe.
Two weeks ago we came to Chicago.
I learned from lltilo children that my
brother and mother were hero, and
roveral times tried to roach them, but
was brought back."
Hostilities are expected between the
Russlnn gjpsles living near Fifty
sixth and State streets, to whom the
girl belongB, and theiMoxlcup rj pules
living In the Iclult y ot l.oomls and
HAVE YOU A COUGH, OR COLD?
If so take at once Allen's Lurk Bal
sam and watch results. Simple, sate,
effective All doalnrs. Popular
PiIcoh 2&r, DOc and $1.00 hollies.
BULLETIN AU PAY '
Section 1. Tho Board of Super
visors of the City and County of
Honolulu shall appoint a suitable
person as Building Inspector of tho
City nnd County of Honolulu, whnie
salary shall he fixed by said Board.
Such Building Inspector shall havo
nil of tho jiowers Und shall perform
all of the duties hereinafter pro
vided, and shall havo such other
powers and perform such other du
ties as may hereafter bo designated
by the Board of Supervisors.
Section 2. That part of tne uuy
and County of Honolulu which Is
bounded and described an follows, to
wit: Beginning at a point In the
makal line of Ala .Moana Road 100
feet distant southeasterly at right
angles to the extension ot the south
east Hue ot Richards street and run
ning thence: northeasterly parallel
with and 100 fcot distant from tne
southeast line of Richards street to
the mauka line ot Berotanla avenue:
thence nt right angles to the mauka
lino ot Berotanla avenue 100 feet;
thence northwestorly parallel with
and 100 feet distant from the mauka
line of Berctanla avenuo to the
nort"h lino of River street; thence
at right angles to the north line of
River street 100 feet; thenco west
crly parallel with and 100 feet dls
tant from the north lino of River
street to a point on the harbor
tront; thence along tho harbor front
io the place of beginning, and In
cluding all the land now or here
after to be reclaimed therein, shall
be known as the flro limits of the
Clt and County oft Honolulu.
Section 3. Every building or
other structure hereafter built with
in the flro limits of the City and
County ot Honolulu an above set out
shall have the external walls there
of constructed of brick, stone, con
crete, pr other approved fire proot
material. The Interior ot such
buildings or structures shall be cell
ed with fire proof material or lath
ed and plastered; provided, how
ever, that overhead ceilings may be
made of tongued and grooved North
west lumber. The external woIIb or
any such building or structure shall
not.be covered with corrugated Iron
roofing or sheet Iron or.tln. ai
buildings and atructuits herentter
erected within said fire limits shall
be subject to the Inspection and ap
proval, as to location, plans, archi
tecture, materials and construction
from design to finish, of said Build
ing Inspector and the Chief Engin
eer of the Fire Department ot the
City and County ot Honolulu, and
:o perbon shall erect any building
or structure within said fire limits
without permission In writing from
said Building Inspector and Chief
Engineer ot the Fire Department. It
shall be the duty of said Building
Inspector and said Chief Engineer ot
the Fire Department to Inspect all
buildings anov, structures hereafter
blillt within said Are limits, and to
see that the permits granted by them
aro compiled with according to the
provisions ot this Ordinance.
Section 4. No wooden building
or structure heretofore erected with
in said lire limits shall be altered,
repaired or changed without permis
sion In wrltlug, signed by 'said
Building Inspector and sad Cble,f
Engineer ot the Fire Department,
which permit shall only be granted
upon au application In writing ac
compunled by particulars sufficient to
Indicate the nature and extent ot
the alterations, repairs and changes
contemplated, and no such permls
bIoii shall be grnnted when such al
teratlon, repair or change amounta
to a renewal of one-third or more
of the original structure. Such per
mission shall become null and void
unless the work for which It Is Is
sued Is begun within ten days and
completed within ninety days after
the date of said permission.
Section G, All openings In party
side or rear walls of any buildings o,
nther structures within said fire lim
its must be protected by Iron or Un
covered shutters, to be approved by
said Building Inspector and Chief En
glncer of the Fire Department; and
all party, side and rear wulls of nny
building or structure, flfteon feet or
more In height, shall be built up
and extend at least twenty-four In
ches above every point whore the
root meets ithe wall, and such wall
shall be not less than twelve Inches
in thickness. Detached buildings,
having a frontage ua all sides, and
constructed with the exterior en
tirely of fire proof materials, need
have no wall above the roof line,
but the walls shall extend up be
hind the cornice to the planking ot
Section fe. Any person violating
uny of the provisions of this Ordin
ance shnll ho deemed guilty of n
uiisdomennor, mid upon convict Ion
thereof shall he nunlshed by n flue
ot not more than Five Hundred Dol-
JOSEPH J. FERN,
4677 Mar. 2. 28, 2D, 30, 31; Apr.
1, 2, i, .'., 6.
Resolution No. 296.
HE IT Ri:S0liVED,,by tho Board '
of Supervisors ' of tho City nnd
County of Honolulu, Torrltory nt
Hawaii, That tho sum of Ono Thou
sand, ($1000.00) DollarH be and the
same Is hereby, appropriated out ot
the General Fund, for account
known as "Maintenance of Prison
ers, Furniture and Lumber."
J. C. QUINN,
Dated, Honolulu, T. H., February
15. 1310. , '
JOSEPH J. FERN, Mayor.
4S73 Mar. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28,
29, 30, 31; Apr. 1.
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