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EVENING TirjLtBTTN. .TI0N0MJMJ, T, It.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2K, 1910
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Standing of.. Chapcrone Contestants
Mn. W. C. Moor i?S.l'.n? Honolulu ,,.r 452,889
Mrs. Helen Siemton ...'. .V.'l .'..'. HI16 230,763
Mrs, Beggs, Puunene Hospital -. . . . PUunene .' 238,868
Mn, Henry Blake . uKoloa' 14,165
Mrs. Ed. Daniels 'j... Lahaina 6,841
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola 3,345
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawi .....'.;... .... 3,125
Standing of Trip Contestants -
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angle Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. . Honolulu 293,452
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu 262,390
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane . Honolulu 157,625
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu .....103,283
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 73,759
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . . Hoonlulu 3,238
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu 3,176
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu . . . i , . . . 3,030
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 79,134
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 7,432
Miss Quccnic Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo '. 4,429
Miss Louisa dc Harne1. Kohala .,..,.... 3,968
Miss Kathcrine Clark Kailua ,...,.......,, 3,811
Miss Kuulcl Hapaii Hilo, t..ir ,3,380
Miss Isabella Kooraoa, Keauhou. . . .North Kona 3,278
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou ' 3,104
Miss Louisa Hapal Hilo 3,094
Marv H. Kawewehi Keauhou -. 3.080
Miss Mary Nailima
Miss Mary Arakawa
Miss Rose K. Nalima
Miss Annie Aiu
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett
Miss Annabelle Mundon
Miss Mary Marciel
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court
Miss Alice Ai
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakal
Miss Waiaholo r.
Premium Offer Renewed,
Tho premium oiler was renewed
rtti Mntirl-.. fm llin laal lima It
linn been cbnnseil In no way' since wh ". V . 1, Wa.r0n
taad. three weeks nBo. It allows c r lh m0Sl' VO,C8 ,or cbap
live thousand extra vote for every, Don't forget the candidates for
randldate who turns In, or has turn- chaperone art'eandldatet-it-largt.
in iur iicr, iiiree new ur inreo iiiu
dally subscriptions. Two thousand
five hundred votes arc Riven for
every club of five new or five old
Hawaii. Maui and Kauai.
All contestants and their friends
living In Hawaii, Maul and Kauat
districts and depending on the mails
to bring their subscriptions to the
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n office, MUST be sure
and have all their votes and sub
scriptions In the ballot-box before 8
o'clock p. m. SATURDAY, MA"Y 28,
as that Is the time set for the glial
count of the votes, and any votes
coming In after that date will not
be counted and allowed. Those send
Inlii votes or subscriptions shoufd
RKOISTKK same before mailing, as
there will be less chance for them
to be lost In the malls, and It any
should be lost and show up after the
final count Is made, they will not be Weekly Bulletin Old subscrlp
counted or allowed, as the count on ton. too votes; new Biihnerlntlnn us
Saturday evening will be final. The votes. ' '
above rulo will also apply to uis- Five years' subscription to., the
trlct No, 1. Weekly Bulletin Old subscrlp-
Important Notice to Subscribers. tion, 1250 votes; new subscription,
You are entitled to votes for every'2,"X votes. e
subscription payment to the Bul-'THE Vnice op tmp nan v itin
let in you have made since March'6 weekly bulletin
7. Hunt up your receipts and send ' ia follow n '
them to the Contest Department, if,' " follows ,
you have not voted. The receipts One month's subscription to'tbfc
will be returned to you. You vote Evening Bulletin, 76 cents. '
for two contestants a trip and a Tbiee montbb' subscription to the
chaperone candidate. Name the two Evening Bulletin, 12.00. t
ior whom you wish to vote when' 8,x ' months' subscription to Jtbo
sending in subscription payments oriBven,nB uuueiin. sioo.
when returning receipts for votes.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
Saturday, May the twenty-eighth.
Is the time set for the close of the
contest and all votes and subscrip
tions MUST be In the Bulletin
office on that date. The closing hour
will be at 8 o'clock p, m, on May
28th, and those depending on the
malls .to bring their subscriptions to
the Bulletin office MUST have
all votes and subscriptions In the
ballot box before 8 o'clock p. m, on
that date. The Judges for the final
count of the ballots will be chosen
from prominent business men of Ho
nolulu; their names will be announc
ed In due season. Each contestant
will have the right to Belec('jfriend
or relative to represent her and look
after ber Interests during tbe final
count ot me uauois. rfl ,iit it.'
DISTmCTS.ARfSWJste fis d'ea "
District No. 1 Includes the" City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tbe County
District No. a Includes the Couutlei
of Molokal and Maul.
There are Ave trips that are appor
tioned as follows;
BULES FOR CONTEST CLOSE.
s Eight o'clock will mark the cloie of the contest Saturday night.
J- All contestants and friends In the office at that time will be wait-
4 ed upon. The Judges will then take the ballot-box for the final
' count. Immediately the box is opened, ihe contestants tfnd their
4- friends may witness the last count ot the ballots. The winners 4
$ . will be announced after the close of the count. All contestants
are requested to bring someone with them to watch their Inter- 4
? csts while the count la being takou.' Ilemember, 8 o'clock Is the 3
rr contest close.
Pahala '. 3,089
Hilo . .' 3.032
Two to District No. 1.
Ono to District Nd. 2.
ono tn District No. 3.
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LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin Old. sub
scription, 100 votes; ,now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Three- months' subscription Jo the
Evening Bulletin Old' sub
scription, 350 rotes; now subscription
Six 'months' subscription to the
Eyeo'lris Bulletin Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new' subscription,
One year's subscription to "the
Evening D u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old, sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, ?500 'votes.
" Five years' subscription to.thf
Evening Bulletin Old 'sub
scription, 15,000 votes; new subscrip
I One year's subscription tq the
Twelve months' subscription to 'the
Evening Julletln, $8.00."
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin. J 4 0.00.
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin, 31.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly B i' lie tin, 15.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAQER, CONTEST DEFT.,
1 '-'' Honolulu, T. H.
., . FALIS TO DEATH
' there was a sad accident .at.tho
Btiys"' Field yesterday when little Man
lie! Louis fell from tho limb of'u true,
fr'lim which he was viewing' l tho
snorts. Jandlue on his head. He was
LplekertiuM jiuan unconscious condition
l whb icnilivil 1IUIII II1UBC3 wiiu daw
the accident that, the boy seemed '
lose his balance and pitched headlong
to the ground. The examination by
the doctors discovered the fact that
he had Injured his skull In the fall.
'For Salo" cards at Bulletin.
At a meeting jdJ the O, A. If. yes
terday the further perfecting ot plans
for tho parado on Memorial Day were
made. In addition (o the local surviv
ors or the flran,d Army, there will ho
In the parade the National Quard,
army and nay detachments, tho Ka
mehamcha cadets and local'pollcc, also
the Hawaiian band. Tho parade Is to
start at '9 o'clock from tho ill III shed.
Tho followln'g orders have been Is
sued by Colonel Jones for National
Guard participation In the observance
of tho day:
N. O. H. ORDERS.
, TERttlTORY Of HAWAII,
Tho Adjutant Ocncral's Ofilct,
May 13 IS 10.
Oencrnl Orders No. 5.
All organizations of the National
Guard of HuwhII will pirmlc In their
11'npi'Cllvp IochIUIi's on Memorial Day,
May 30, 1010, at such time and In such
manner as their respective command.
lug unicorn may direct. Such paiadcs
will be tn conjunction with local posts
Or ramps of the Grand Army of the
Republic. United Spanish War Vet
erans or other kindred patriotic organ
izations when possible.
By order of the Gocrnor,
JOHN W. JONES,
Tho Adjutant General.
Honolulu, T .11., May 21th. 1910.
Tho following named enlisted men
of tho Klrst Hospital Company, N. O.
II, stntloned at Honolulu, T. H., will
report for duty at 7;3(j a. in. Monday,
May 30th, 1910: Sergt. Glruood M.
Addison, Sergt. James McSacuma.
Sergt. John Mnswa, 8ergt. Ho Tong.
Sergt. John Townsand, Sergt. Fred
Wood, Corpl, Arthur Arnold, Corpl.
Solomon Kuahlnc, Corpl. Abraham
1-ota. Corpl. Joseph Woodward, Corpl.
Ho Yap, Corpl. Harry Kdemmo. Pt.
John Carey. IM. I'ctcr Kern. 1'vt, Sol
omon Kuala, Pvt. David Kapua. Pvt.
HObort- Lono, Pvt. Henry Lnnl, Pvt.
Antono O. Sllva. Pvt. Nc Slnir. Pvt.
Ocorgo Townsand, PU. Henry E. Lee.
By order of
J. H. IIAYMOND,
Commanding First Hospt. Co., N, O. H.
i - t ... M"ir.la '!i05.-'-y -3
uanu college, by Tra., to Mrs. T.
Sorcnson; D; lot .8. blk. 9, College
runs. Honolulu, Oahu; $U00, B. 335,
p. 159. April 1, 1901.
, Karen S. Sorenson (widow), by At
torney, to Trent Trust Co. Ltd; Dr
lot 8, blk. 9, College 11111b. Honolulu,
Oahu; Slt'00. D. 335, p. 162. May 12,
Ellen II. Blcknell to Trent Trust Co.
Ltd . Tr I): lot 4 lilk A Or '.e inn
side Ave'., Honolulu, Oahu; $1200., B.
rfJB, p. ibJ. April 13, 1910.
Bank of Hawaii Ltd. to A. H. Don
dcro ct al; Par. Bel; lot H, Walalac
Heights, Honolulu, Oahu; 1150. B.
321, p. 460. May 4, 1910.
A. II. Dondcro ct al to Irwin P,
Kimball; D; lot 14, Walalao Heights,
Honolulu, Oahu; 1350. B, 335, p. 161.
April 30, 1910.
1. P. Kimball and wf to Mutual Bldg
& Loan Sotfy of Hnv., Ltd; "M; lot
14, bldgs., rnts, etc.. Walalao Heights,
Honolulu, Ouhu; $000. B. 324, p. 461.
May 11, J910.
Mutual Tclephouo Co. Ltd; Notice;
Application for Heg. Title of 4644 sq.
ft. of Kuls. 162 and 163, cor. Alakea
and Merchant 8ts.. Honolulu, Oahu.
B. 336, p. 13. May 12, 1910.
Murray V. Hemlnger, by Gdn to C.
t Merrill; D; lot 11, Gr. 5118, Pukele,
PaloJo, Honolulu, Oahu; $1600. B. 32S,
p. 448, May 11, 1910.
Now Oconn View Tract, by owner;
Plan; 180 A. of Kul. 10,613, Kapuhulu,
Honolulu, Oahu. File No. 34. May 7,
Leahl Farm Tract, by owner; Plan;
1C8 8-10 A. of Kul. 10,613, Kapahulu,
Honolulu, Oahu. File No. 35, May t,
Est, of Bernlce P. Bishop by Trs.,
to Waialua Agrl Co. Ltd; L; ior. Ap3.
3J and 31. n. P. 4476, Kul. 7713, and
water rights, and right to dig for wa
turbrrfld diinis, flumes, etc., on land,
Kawalloa, etc., Waialua, Oahu; 39 yrs.
at $13 500 per annum and crop per
centage. B. 323,p. 160, May 5, 1910,
'Emma M. Nakulnu and tub (M, K.)
to Oeorgo Fern; D; lot 15 of Aplll.
Kanepalkl Tract, Honolulu,. Oahu;
$450. ill. 335, 1. 168. Jan. 30, 1910
Wm. Q. Irwin, by Atty., to Est. of
S. O. Wilder, Ltd; A. M; Mtg. of Sid
ney M. Ballou on premises, Puitnul,
tionoiutu, uanu; $9uiw, Bj,32t, p.
464. March 12, 1907, ' "
M. J. Itodrlguec anil wf to San An
tonio Port. Bent. Soc'y ot Haw; M;
lot 30, blk. 9, Kaplolaul Tract, llouo-l
lulu, Oahu; $300. II. 32t, p. 461. May
Sldnoy M, Ballou to Kul." or S. K.
Wlldor, Ltd; Add'n Chgo; prcmlsus,
Puunul, Honolulu, Oahu; $3000. B.
321, p, 466 March 12. 1907.
Leong Slice (nodlw) to Y. Anln; d;
Int. In B. P. 117, Kul. 74. cor. Mauua
yea and Pauho Sts., Honolulu, Oahu;
$850. B. 335, p, 169. May 12, 1910.
C. F. Morrill and wf to Chrlstlno M.
Foster; D; 8013 sq. ft. or lot 11, Or.
5181, Pulolo, Honolulu, Oahu; $100. B,
Notional Guard of Hawaii Headquart
ers First Infantry, Honolulu, T. H.
May 25, 1910.
General Orders No. 7.
1. In pursuance to Oencrnl Orders
,No. 5, A. 0. O. dated May. 23rd. 1910,
companies and "detachments of tho
First Infantry, National Guard ot Ha
waii, stationed at Honolulu, will as
semble under arms at the Drill Shed
on Monday May 30. 1910, at 7:30 a. in.
la' participate ' In tho memorial cere
monies of the Grand Army of tho'Ro
publlc. 2. -In accordance with the request
of Geo. W. Do Long Post, O. A. IL for
a firing party. Company A, First In
fantry, N. G. II.. will fire the pre
scribed saluto for tho dead.
3. Uniform. Service with white
4. ,Fleld and staff Mounted.
By onlcr of Colonel Zleglcr, Captain
and Adjutant 1st Infy., N. G. II. '
Irlvato services for the lato Mr. Hall
were held at the family residence )cs
terday afternoon, Ilev. Scuddcr officiat
ing. The floral tributes were many
Tho employs of E. O, Hall ft Co.
sent a most beautiful wreath.
At 4 o'clock this afternoon tl pub
lic services villi be held In Central
Union church. It Is stated that tho
body will be cremated and tho ser
vices at the cemetery will be private.
' HEARD JNJRIDAY
Tho case of tho Territory ngalnst
Sam Pupuhl, charged with gross cheat,
has gone over In tho criminal court
until Friday, at which time tho argu
ment to quash tho caso will bo heard.
Pupuhl Is charged with cheat In that
ho sold an automobtlo of tho von
Hamm-Young people for moro than ho
paid them for It. Tho caso camo tip
to ihe Circuit Court on fi"ip.c.al from
the Pollco Court.
Miss Juliette Athcrton, who recently
graduated from Mills College, will ar
rive' home I6n tho Mongolia on next
Monday, Miss Athcrton Is bringing
spend some time In tho Islands.
i 35rrC.170:.May"lI,. 1510."
JlctropoUj Trust and Savings Bank
tq Alfred Li Moycrsteln; A, M; -Mtg.
ot .David Kaahanui on por. It. P. 1709,
KQul. 656, bldgs., rents, etc.. Vine
yard St.." Honolulu, Oahu;' $10. B.
324, p.'-4C8.' April X, 1910.
A. N. Campbell, Tr., to Jaclntho Mi
guel and wt; He; lots 34 and 35, Kc
walo Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $200. B.
324, p. 47Q. May 12, 1910.
Jaclntho Miguel and wf to Maria S.
'Mello; D; lots 34 and .35, blk. 3, Kc
walo lots, Honolulu, Oahu; $2000. B.
335, p. 172. May 12, 1910.
Itumon H. Makckau and wf to F A.
Schacfer; D; Int. In pes. land, bldgs.,
rents, etc., Hamakua, Hawaii; $1. II.
335, p. 158. April 30, 1910.
11. Kckulwal L. Hopulaau (widow)
to Mnnuel'M. Pedro; D; 3 shrs. In
hul lands, Holuaton 1 and '-, N. Konu,
Hannll; $895. B. 335, p. 165. May 11,
Aj. W. Wulbers uud wf to T, Clhe
DavlesV'uT Int. lu Or. 3718, bldgs.,
rents, cattle, otc, Wnlpuualei, N. Hi
lo, Huwali; $65. B. 335, p. 166. March
Recorded May 13, 1010.
Anna M Cook and hsb (It E) tn
K Tashlro (k), D; lut In It P 3030,
kul 7151, ap 3, rents, etc, Mollllll,
Honolulu, Oahu; $565, 11 327, P
409. Muy 7, 1910.
Metropolis Trust ft Savs Bank to
Alice E Harrison,'. ITel; 210o'sq ft of
It P (gr) 3330, bldgs, rents, etc, ucur
Victoria St, - Honolulu, Oahu; $U
'627,50. ij 3341, p 128, Apr C, 1910.
E I, Hutchinson to William C
L)on, D; lot 16, blk 10, Kalmukl
Tract. Honolulu, Oahu; $1150. 1)
327. p 410. Feb 28, 1910.
William C Lon ant1 wf to Henry
Watcrhouse Trust Co Ltd, tr, M; lot
16, blk 10, ' Kalmukl Tract, Hono
lulu, Oahu; '$2400. U 334, p 130,
Apr 20. 1910.
Solomon Mahelano and'wf'to John
Keahlpaka, D; fl-4 Int lu 11 P 903
883, and grs 444 and 844, Wulalua
Ouhu; $300, and mtg $300. U 327,
p 412. Nov 15, 1900.
Solomon Paakonlu to John Kcnhl
paka, D; 1.1 Int In It Pa 903, 883
and 9U2, and grs 444, 844, 428 and
1779, Kumalle, etc, Waialua, Oahu;
$360. II 327, p 413. Mar 27. 1901.
Lum Pong You et al to Ho Hoy,
B S; 1 share n See Sang Co, Walau,
Ewa, Oahu; $380. B 336, p 43, Apr
See Slug Co to Slug Hop Sing Co,
B Bi-ltit -In leaseholds, stock tn trade,
contracts, fixtures, tools, accts, etc,
of See Slug Co, Watnu, Ewa, Oahu;
$2930. (I 336, p 44. Jan 11, 1908,.
A M Hurtt anc' wf to Floyd II
EmmauB, D; 11,250 sq ft ot lots 1
and 2, blk 71, Wulalae Tract, Hono
lulu, Oahu; $55), B 327, p 414,
May 1, 1910.
Maria da C C Bodrlguei and hab
(A) to Max Eel art, M; 63-1000a
land, Market St, Wailuku, Maul; $1,
000, 11 334, p 120. May 11, 1909.
Prohibitionists" Make '
t, ,u. v "V l")Ut- i ' - I
A Wrong "Diagnosis "
IT is not drinking that is abhorrent.1 Jt is
over-drinking. What you good prQhi.bi
tionists want to do is to pass and en
force a law against drunkenness. If you can
enforce a prohibition law you surely ;can en- f
force the other,, : i ; .
Because a banker becomes, dishonest, shall l:
we abolish the banking law; or because ajudge ;
renders a partial verdict are all judges scoun- ;
drels ? If one fellow fills up on bad whiskey
should 99 respectable citizens be compelled. to
abstain for their life-time from moderate use
of a healthful beverage? Shall we close all the
'churches 'because one minister of the gospel
ran away with
They're all in the same category.
1 Now think, reasonable men, think.
New Ocean View Tract
"Isn't life worth living jyhen you can live on such a spot I" This is theemark recently made
by a wealthy malihini 'wTiileta'ndinj; iwi lot 12 in block 108 located,' in ',thsn center 'o( the .New
Ocean View Tract, looking north towards the Waimanalo Mountains resting underneath the silver
lined clouds. Then turning' to the east he saw Koko Head in its crimson iattir danling in bits of
rainbow and surrounded in leagues of ocean view as far south as Diamond Head, rising out of the
sea in all its splendor, .with the golden twilteht of the setting sun in the west transforming the heav
ens into a miracle of colors, he said: "This1 is a wonderful place with its glorious air and health
giving breeze. It matters not how far this spot may be from the car line or what the commercial
future of your city may be, I, want to buy two lots in this block and build a brown stone bungalow,
aIt is my intention to live here 'a few months of every year during the balance ot my life!"
uur fixed prices are $ouo for corner lots, and $400 for inside lots; size, 75 ft. z 100 ft., or 11,200
square feet each. Our terms are $50 cash down and $10 per .month on each lot. Call up Telephone
650 and make an appointment with one of our representatives. 4 '
Like Giving Away Money .
When an absolute stranger, who has traveled the world over and has seen all the best residen
tial districts in large cities, makes such a favorable statement about property selling at only $400
per lot, we can not help but feel proud of the fact that we are causing our friends to make homesite
investments that will be appreciated more and more as the years roll-by. Ever since we introduced
the-. .New Ooean View Tract to the public, we knew, considering the scenery, elevation, climate, prices,
etc., etc, that we were offering residential property that would compare favorably with any subur
ban investment in the United States. Our Sales during the past few months, the excellent class ot
people to whom we have sold, and the favorable impression male upon everyone who 'has seen pur
property, is sufficient proof that a recorded Deed or Sale Agreement; for a few,,lots in -he -OCEAN
VIEW TRACT is ,far better than any investment fyo can ijaake.f It pleases, us to know that pur
friends are going to be more than satisfied. , .
, The entire Xaimuki District today is the center of home-building activity. There are now thirty
seven new homes finder construction. Our sales have reached the enormcius.sum;pf;f 125,000, and put
of one, hundred andJseven purchasers w have thirlr-riwlfo intendj'to puijd; hn8es tl the rew
Ocean View Tract "just' as soon as the new Government Rese'rvolr now under construction can supply
pure artesian water, and iust as soon as we can lay in the water pipes which we have on the prop
erty for the pumosc. We invite you to call at our office and look over the list of our purchasers and
consider the names ot those who are going to build, and judge for yourself whether or not the New
Ocean View Tract will be the coming Residential District ot Greater Honolulu.
KING AND FORT STREETS
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