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RVENINO nULLRTIN, HONOLULU, T. H.AVEDNESDAY, APU. 20, 1910
CONTEST CLOSE WILL BE
Count Discloses No Changes
(Candidates Retain Positions With One
Exception By Casting About The
Same Number Of Votes
A combination of districts, the "" obscure point, she linn Increased
date of the close of the contest and ncr tut" steadily Hint other con-
n new premium offer will be an- tciniln In District l nro now forced
nounced in tomorrow's paper. The mknowiedse that she l a rem.
'district combination is one that will petlior for that YoKcmltc-Calironilu
merit the approval of all who be- trli. I
Iieve that the trips should go to Ulatrlct 2 made no siartllng
those who make the greatest effort. cliunKe. Imt the activity of tho can-
There aro no changes In the rclu- dldatcs Is shown by the Increase In
the standing In today's scoring, and totals among nil tho workers,
the list shows no material chunges, District 3 has the only change In
although Rcvcrul Increased their position made at this count, and this
core. Tho biggest Increase, with by a joung lady who has never bc-
Jhc exception of Mrs. Moore, In tho fore disclosed her voting strength
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not'g:od after Tuesday, May 3)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and tend to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akamu ' ,Hllo .' . . 10,850
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo 6,805
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hilo . 8,028
Miss Queenle Scharratt, Kamuela.. Hilo . . . 4,250
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 3,027
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala .' 3,837
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,710
u:.. V....1.1 ttmhi: tr:i. . o nan
rhaporono umtest, was made by the She Is Miss Kva Scholia who move, j KwKMihii.'i.'iHorthKOTa '.'.'. !'.'.! ".!'.!". 37
candidates who have the least votes, trot,, third to M:ond place Miss M,j$ Ann, &, Keauhou 3 104
Tho leaders for this count seeming- Scholtz Is ono of tho popular Maul jr:.. Tonj,ft Trnat Hiln 3 004
ly were content to mark time wltn, contestants who was In laBt year 's Jiftrv j. Kawewehi Keauhou
the votes nlrcady to their credit, contest and has only lately decided jijs, jjary Nailima '!!!!".!!!.'!.'! Pahala
while those who have been casting I that she Wanfcd tho trip to Yosemlte, jjj,, jjary Arakawa '!.'!."..".!!'..! Hilo
am Rose K. Naiima Hilo
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua '.
but a few votes at a time dopped lit
several thousand votes.
Miss tlcbccca Mncy, In District 1,
a steady, consistent worker who has
for the past two weeks been inov-
ing toward tho rank of leader, cast
, largo number of votes, though not
enough to chango her position. From
and California as much as she did
tho trip offered last year. Miss
Scholtz was not successful In tho
last contest, but she learned some-
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina
thing nbout votc-gcttlng thnt will , Miss Marv Marciel Kahaknloa 6.840
niss scnouz. utrcuit uourt . , waiiuku u,3S3
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakal Molokai 4,215
Miss Waiaholo lahaina .....'. 4,114
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annabellc Mundon Kapaa 8,394
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 4,228
Miss M. Kanuniai Wairaea 4,100
mako her a dangerous competitor for
those seeking the honor of represent
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Helen Siemson Hilo 124,753
W. C. Moore Honolulu 101,235
BepRi, Puunene Hospital .... tuunene 88,116
Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu 82,332
Henry Blak T.Koloa 7,055
Ed. Daniels lahaina .
J. K. Notley, 265 Kukui St... Honolulu
Bessie Clinton Hohokaa
Henry E. Abbey .. Anahola .
Win. Kruse Wahiawa
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angie Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternitv Home Honolulu 156.809
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu ' . . . 107,454
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana-
i torium Honolulu 82,229
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 44,905
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City 9,675
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St... Hooalulu 3,238
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu 3,176
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,046
Miss Lucy K. Barber .... .Honolulu 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
1 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 Tuesday, May 3)
(lllin nillll II IiiFllIMIlnv fountains by day and night and
III IK IIWlM HAWAII Ith0 flowing i""l cooling or tho lava,
UUI1 Ullll llfllinil tho molten lava being photographed by
Its own light.
"Our Hawaii" will bo repented to
night and tomorrow nfternoon
Large Audience HatTreat In Burton
Holmes' Travelogue Entertainment.
S. P. Chrollcle, April 12: The
first of tho course of Burton Holmes'
Travelogue wns delivered last night
In tho Oarrlck Theater before a largo
und refined audience by Wright Kram
er, Holmes' follow-traveler and asso
cjate lecturer. "Our Own Hawaii" was
tho fascinating, subject, and It proved
to bo a genuine treat to the appreci
ative audience. It was Illustrated w.lth
Duo colored views nnd motion pictures1,
which seemed to havo tho magic of
Alad'dln'R carpet and to transport tho
spectator to tho Isles of tho blest In
tho purple south pens. The visitor,
In the illustrations. Is taken In tho
railways through the Sierra In mid
winter; thence to San Francisco und
thenco out through tho Golden Oato
and over the azure seas to the coral
reefs, where the. shark nnd tho brown
Kanaka disport In tho surf.
Views of tho public buildings of
Honolulu nie given, together with the
hula hula dance, tho making and eating
of pot, a Shinto temple, famous sea
benches, surf .riding and other sports
that entertain tho torn 1st.
In part two nro shown excellent
lows of sugar cano plantations, a trl
across tho Interlsland channels
Maul, and n night ascent up the vol
cano of Halcakalawlth -views of the
dead crater, cascades, and Invu cliffs
showing the mighty forces of nuturu
In n land of sleepy loveliness.
Tho burnlrlalto In tho crater of
Kllauea and tho abyss of molten lava
were tho crowning triumph of tho
evening's entertainment. Uonlno's mo
tion pictures Bhowed the playing of tho
MORE WIDTH FOR
BECK LEY 8TREET.
The City and Country Konil Com
mittee has reported favorably upon
tho proposition of certain property
owners on tleckley street who have
offered to donate a strip of land ten
feet In width In order to widen that
thoroughfare. The deed for tho prop
erty will be forthcoming provided tho
city movc-tlie fences and curbing and
construct n sidewalk In front of tho
premises of the property owners.
WILL BEAUTIFY LANDSCAPE.
A change Is predicted will como over
tho complexion of that portion of tho
landscape which lies to tho Walklkl
side of the Judiciary building on King
street. For many years back the en
closure has proven an eyesoro and the
place of refiiRo for sundry heaps of
street material and n haven for de
crepit dump carts. Protests from In
fluential persons havo succeeded In per
suading tho Territorial Public Works
Department to remove their ncctinm
lntlon or old junk and tho city Park
Committee will then do tho lest.
PHESIDUNT Joshua Orien or tho
I'uget Sound Navigation Company baa
""lomippil thnt half a million dollaro
will bo expended within tho next two
years lor now steel steamers to go on
th.. Rmi mil runs and that one of them
to I -'III bo Installed on tho Seattle-Everett
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song recltnl of Mlis I.ln.dcman n'
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acteristic of Miss blndeman that,
possessing a dramatic soprano ot
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adapted to grand opera, she appeals
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of. style. The Italian numbers on
her program, show her ability In
operntlc fields, where, she studied
until handicapped by lack of
stiength, so while the oporntlc stage
has lost, the concert platform has
gained Indescribably, It Is To be
hoped that Honolulu will bilng forth
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