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TRAVEL TRIP CONTEST CANDIDATES
N.iine. Occupation P. O.
Mrs. Maria All Choy Lnh.ilna
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu
Miss Isabella Koomo.i Kcauliou
Miss Florence K. Dcvcreaux Honolulu 0,000
Mrs. M. G. Miller Honolulu 5.000
Mist Mary Kauhane L.ihalna 5,000
Miss Jennie Jones, Teacher Walohlnu 5,000
Mrs. C. L. Dlckcrson, Millinery Honolulu 5,000
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hllo 5,000
Miss Jennie Williams, Student Kohala , 5,000
Miss Edith Totter, High School Hllo 5,000
Miss Ellen Daniels, Clerk Kaliulul 5,000
Mrs. Chat. Akau Pauoa bOOO
Mitt Mildred Lufeomb, Student Hllo 5,000
Miss Misao Onlshl, Student KahuHil" 5,000
Mlsa Emma Ooo, Tochcr Lahalna 5,000
Mist Carolyn Scholtz, Teacher Walluku 5,000
Mist Matilda Durlem, Bookkeeper.. .Walluku 5,000
Mrs. E. H. Lcwli .' Honolulu 5,000
Mrt. Leong Kal Chew Honolulu 5,000
Mitt Louise do Harne Kohala 5,000
Mitt Mollle Thomas Hllo 5,000
Mitt Tulan' Ah Choy Lahalna 5,003
Mist Mai-flU'.rlte Kramer Honolulu 5,000
Mist Allern Corman Honolulu 5,000
Mrs. Loong Kal Chew Honolulu 5,000
Miss Mary Hast c, Teacher Hanapepe 5.000
Mica Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu 5,000
Fred Well, News Agent Honolulu 5,000
Manuel Peters. Meurnger Service ..Honolulu 5,000
ctive Entrants Are After April Prizes
Wm. nice. Student Honolulu
John Wise. Senate Clerk Honolulu ' 5,000
Arehlo E. Kahle, Teacher Pahala 5.000
Edward P. Miner Makawao 5,000
John Lelte Hllo 5,000
Win. Hattle Ktikulhaele 5,000
Robert Frlckc Kukulhaele 5,000
James McKeiule Kukulhaele 5,000
J. E. Goeas (at Levy A Co.) Honolulu 5,000
John T. nedrlgucs. Apprentice Honolulu 5,000
Henry ChlllinHwerth, Stenographer ..Honolulu 5,000
Frederick L. Zollcr Koloa 5,000
Geo. Sims, Collector Honolulu 5,000
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu 5,000
Geo. Caul, Dank Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Geo. Dwlght, Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Hanawakl Kruger Jr., Student Honolulu 5,000
David 0. Sllva Honolulu 5,000
Manuel Do Rego Honolulu 5,000
Jose C. Soura, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Wm. L. Peterson. Notary Public Honolulu 5,000
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 5,000
J. T. Ho.drlgues Honolulu 5,000'
A. S. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu 5,000
T. D. Lyons Walluku 5,000
W. Burchard, Teacher Walluku 5,000
Harry Loughmillcr Honolulu 5,000
John N. Hlcmano Keanae 5,000
Copt, rial, Water Works Dept Walluku 5,000
J. B. Abeau, Driver and Collector.... Walluku 5,000
K. Chlng, Bank Clerk Hllo 5,000
V. A. Carvalho. Teacher Honomu 5,000
Harry Hapal, Water Wcrks Clerk. ..H" 5,000
Miss Amoy Honolulu 5,000
Mlis Isabel Kelley. Teacher Honolulu 5,000
Miss Emily Ho Honolulu 5,000
Mlra Maria Paahao Hllo 5,000
Mist Irene Kalal Hllo 5,000
Miss Virginia Sllva Hllo 5,000
Mrs. J. Shaw Net Given 5,000
Mls4 Helen MotM Lahalna 5000
Mrs. L. A. Marciel. Teacher Kaupo 5,000
Mrs. H. S. Ovcrrnd, Teacher Honokaa 5,000
Miss Blanche Miller. Teacher Hllo 5,000
Mrs. Ellen Vlckery, Teacher Honolulu 5,000
Bert de La Nux, Mch. Apprentice Honolulu 5,003
Wm. Harvey. Bookkeeper Honolulu 5,000
E. D. Qulnn. Mlllman Kohala 5,000
Wm. Hala. Student Hana 5,000
Pete Phillips, Purser Honolulu 5,000
Wm. McTlghe, Bookkeeper Honolulu 5,000
Jack O'Brien. Machinist Honolulu 5,000
Wm W. Brown Hllo 5.000
E. de Harne Kohala 30C0
Joo Morris. Jr Makawao 5,000
Toshiro Kuritanl Honomu 5,000
Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper Kohala 5000
James Frlel, Freight Clerk ' Honolulu 5,000
W. A. Yates, Teacher Hana , 5,000
Manuel Mcdelros Koloa 5 000
Eugene Capellas Hakalau 5,009
Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu 5,000
D. K. Sheldon Walmca 5,000
Ml;.. Elizabeth Ting Walluku 5,000
Mlr.i L. K. Hart Walluku D.000
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu 5,000
Mlaa Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu . . ., 6,000
Miss Eliza Anlma, Student Honolulu 5,000
.Miss Julia Alona, Stenographer Hllo 5,000
Mlai Alleen Bcrtclman, Stenographer. Honolulu 5,000
Wm. C. Chan, Jr.. Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Alvln H. Sllva, Clerk Honolulu 5,000
J. A. Gonsalves Honolulu 5,000
Mrs. Motile Esplnda HonoluU 5,000
Mrs. Nancy Hlgas .Honolulu 5,000
MIm Eva Gonsalves ...Honolulu 5.000
Geo. K. Nichols, Hoseman Honolulu 5,000
T. Ogawa. Clerk HonoluU 5,000
Miss Alice Ward Honolulu 5,000
Harry Keola Cowboy Makawao 5.000
Mrs. Rita Miner .. Makawao 5,000
G.i in Babcock, Soldier Fort Rugcr '5,000
Mrs. H. Kin Wal, Storekeeper Honolulu 0.000
Miss Dora Grotc, Student Honolulu 5X500
Chas. Tong, Stenographer Honolulu 5,000
Phillip Kong, Janitor, Honolulu 5,000
En Sang Kau, Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Walter Gretz, Machinist Honolulu 5,000
Harold Godfrey, Student Honolulu 5,000
Lculs Franks Honolulu 5,000
C. Chan, Student Honolulu 5,000
J. K. Hirara, Shipping Clerk Honolulu 6.000
S. S. Akana Honolulu 5,000
Miss P. K Lum, Student Pearl City 5,000
Ernest Heen, Student Honolulu 5 000
W. W. Klrkland Honolulu 5 000
John A. Fernandez, Tinsmith Honolulu 5000
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher Hana 5,000
Mrs. R. Sadler Hakalau 5,000
Mrr,. Norn Gannon, Teacher Lahalna 5,000
frX IUUNU IIU1CL LAUNUKI
We deliver the goods
PACE OF VOTE..
The following are nrmes that came In loo late for the last publication
of nominations, ' ' '
J. Francis Berry, Engineer Honolulu 6 000
Harry Kauhane, Draughtsman Honolulu 5 000
Benjamin K. Asam, Jeweler Honolulu 5.000
Mies Pearl Mclnotte, Actress Honolulu 5000
Chas. Cotter, Luna Honolulu 5.000
Alfred Souza, Stableman Honolulu ". 5O00
Theodore Kletel, Foreman, Honolulu 5 000
Miss Millie Rawlins, Clerk Honolulu 5 COO
lon OflVr llriirnril.
Tin fri'i' fountain pen nffrr nuiilr
llir first neck of flic Innrl nuilcsl
li.'ix Im'I'H rcnsfcti'il ts till ii I II 1 1- I'Iiiiiil'c
In I lie trriii. An (liiutii fininliitii pen
front ArlclidiN "III lie u'lnn cicrj
ciitili'vf I'iiiiillilnfi' ii r nnil.rr fur lliclr
llrl MiliM'rlpllon of Hirer urn or
I luce ulj j carl) dull) Mihcrlpllon.
Tlii i lull order inut reach the II u I
I v 1 1 ii nfliee licfiiro ,1 i. in., Writhe,
ilii), April I'.'.
Now, thru nil tnKollici'!
Send In jour Mites and keep them
Two wiM'kH from today noon llni
Ii.'iIIiiIIiir for tho vpcclal prizes will
he at mi cud.
On Hint day four persons will get
four iirlrt'H. Now Is tho Hum ti i;et
Hie Miles In; these me Uic ilnya to
iln your linnlCKt work.
Tlieco nro the days that your rival
mo put tin;," forth their heat cffnrtH to
capture tho Apill prizes.
And lliem nro tho days Hint Hio
votes nro IicIiik piled up which nro
KlvliiK the contestants who aro roIiis
to win their lend over tho others.
Votes and subscriptions arc cumins
In n steady stream. Hnvo yours
miKinj; tliein. Keep them coining
Don't let up or somebody else, will ho
Retting a. lead over yim which will ho
hard to heat.
Make New Friends.
Any ouo who Is popular has tho rIU
of nuikliiR friends wherever they Ko.
)o not bo content with your present
group of friends. Make more and
mote. Tho "11 n 1 1 o 1 1 n has tho same
faculty. It makes now friends every
dny. All It needs Is nn Introduction.
You can play your part hy Introduc-
Iiik the Hullo tin to nn ever-wid-
enliiB clicle of acquaintances.
I.Ike tho Immortal "Nancy" of whom
It Is written, "iut to know her Is to
love her." one lias only to know the
"Hill lot In" to understand why Us
hold on tho public Is strong.
If you find peuple who do uoL,reail
the "Hul let In" nt present, send
them a few copies anil let them Judge
for HivtiihclvcH whether they would
Nine times out of ten lhee people
will It'll ,ou that lh".v hue decide 1
to heeoino reculsr u!iM'rliors, and
llicy will ho Kind to lake the silhserlp-'
Hon In our favor, as you woie Iho
means of Introducing Ihem to :i paper
whlrh'lhey will nlwas ho glad to hnvo
In their lioiues.
Vlelt Contest Department.
liven' If your name Is already en
tered ns n rundlilate you should try
In come to the contest department.
Tho contest manager will he glnd t-i
offer you every ussh'tanco In his pow
or mid lo help )ou plan your cam
There Is nothing like getting starl
cil right soon and light away. Sev
eral candidates who will undouhtedlv
ho hilling candidates oneo they get
to woik aro lielng held hack for lack
of starting (piaUtlcs.
A number of things combine to
make n good h'glnnlng. An early be
ginning Is good. A hopeful begin
ning, full of confidence and Rood
cheer, Is Important An actlo begin
ning no (llllvdallylng, hut setting
right out with a receipt hook and see
ing how fnst you can fill It and start
on another Is u splendid beginning.
Lastly, a woll-thniislit-out beginning
Is good. Think of all the people who
might ho Interested in you and In the
"Hul let I n." You hno ninny friends
now, mid tho "II u lie tin" has thou
unmix. Kvcry one of them Is n "proa
pect" for you when you set out to get
How Much To Do.
How much you do depends on how
much tho other contestants do mid
then what you accomplish yourself.
That Is. ten thousand votes would
win the first trip If that were tho
largest number sent In by any ono
Wo haven't the slightest Idea how
miiiiy votes nro going to win Iho first
It Is up to you to send tho most
How to Secure Votes.
lug to Iho C'nnltMt Department th
coupoin, whlclf appear dally In "Tho
Hul let In," and the coupons good
for llo voles in ovcry Hntiinlny
"II ii 1 1 ct I n." A beeoiul mid inoie
Hiilftlnnllnl way lo proceed Is for con
teslnntii to secure sublet Ipllons for
"The II u 1 1 1! t I n," and for Hie snh
fcrlptliiun votes will ho Issued an per
oto ichedulo. All unliscrl pilous mii'il
ho paid In ndvnnce.
Now while the condition!! mo i.
rnuirnbtn, you should hi putting tn
join licit v.ii'k In vliltlng jour filend
and ue(U.ilntniico. Tho nooncr ou
t.ro them the lcs likely it h Hull Huy
have been alieady asked for their
(MllllC! 1 tlollB.
Ih'lormtnc Hint thnro who cnio with
you will have their work cut mil r
Hicin. There nie so many trips am!
oilier pilzi'H Hip' they me sure to go
moinnl among thore who linie re:ill
Pxerled Ihein-'elves lo giln Ihem.
The contort depaitincnt has had
ni luted u letter .for Hie use of euidi
dates which tuny ho of great service
to them In getting Mihscrlptions from
people whom they nrc unnlilo lo see
These letters will ho furnished free
lo candidates on rcqucut If they apply
for them In time. Only :t limited
number have been printed mid, there
fore, you should let the malinger
know nt oneo IT you wish tho Idlers
and how many of Ihem you will use.
(ict Same Kind of Start.
Tho thing to do Is lo mako some
I sort of n showing for tho llrst count
on April mill mid then depend on Iho
support that Is hound Jo come lo you
from friends, oven though you do not
win ono of tho llrst supplementary
l'rlce (if Owning lliillclln.
1 Month's Subscription ....$ ."fi
arc issued (or every club
of three old or three new daily
yearly subscriptions. As maijy
bonus vote coupons will be is
sued as subscription clubs arc
secured. The three old or
three new daily yparly sub
scriptions must be turned in
during some single contest
Second Contest Week
FROM 8 A. M. TUESDAY,
APRIL 4th TO 5 P. M.
MONDAY, APRIL 10th.
This is a standing continu
ous club offer that will be re
newed from week to week,
during the contest.
will make your wavering hopes turn
CIIH'AUO. Mar 2S.-Irci Idnvt Tnfl
anil Ici'-i'.i id. u HlK-rni.iii will Ii"
the firnl to ricilK' piKvbi.ol.h from tlm
Ann rlcau l'iigue. Ircld nt II ill H
Johnson will privi-nt III" eourlleM of
Hie Atii-rlcau l.e.iu'.o In the "nlted
KIiiIck i'.ncciiIIM'x In the Ciiplt 'I Tlmri
(t.iy. Tlie cards ore Inclosed In n liaml
FOlne Mack vinl pockcttHHik Willi Hie
Initials of Tun and Slicriiini' on III'!
outline. Tuft draws No. A-l mid Sher
man A-2. ,
Mrs. John Markhain died last even
ing about seven o'cloel; nt the family
ic-bleiire, I'lllinl street and llerefinhi '
aveinte, of chlldhlilh. The child did
not live. Mm. Markhain was the eld
est daughter or flic Into August Under
and Mrs. Dicier, now Mrs. Henry
Clark. Hesldes her husband sho
leaves surviving :t largo number of
sons and daughters. The funeral will
he held at lliree-thlity this artcrnoou
from the Catholic Cathedral. Tho re
mains will ho ut Henry Williams' Iln
delinking Parlors until then. Klowcia
limy bo left at Iho undertaker's.
Ilritlsh nnvnl estimates iovlde for
flic expenditure or 22l.r.2.0O, Jin In
crease of $ I !i,noo,non over the preeed-hii-
year. Tho cost of new construc
tion is iixi'it nt $7r,,m:i.r,sr,.
l'rlce nf Meekly lliillclln.
1 Year's Subscription $ l.Oo
ti Years' " ...'..$ n.OO
VOTl'S ISSt'l'l) ('X
Suli!.crlpthins to liicnlng HiillHln.
' Ono month "fit) 3.10
Three months 4,10 n.'ii
Six months 1,000 1,'JOO
Ono year :.'.400 3,000
Two years 5,000 7,000
Three years 0,208 11,000
Five years 24,000 30,000
Suli-crlpHiiiis lo lVccMy lliillclln.
Ono year 2,10 3r.(l
Five years 1,500 2,000
Do not postpone coming In lifter
your receipt hooka. Homo of tho
candidates have already Htnrtcd to
There are two ways of securing work and It la In tho beginning that
not liko to. hnvo it an u .regular thing, votes, Thu first Is clipping, and bond- jnu yvlll got tho encouragement- that
Ori Wednesday, April 19th,
Fifty dollars in premiums will be divided among the leading trip contestants af
ter tho count of the contest ballots on Wednesday, April 19th. The balloting will
close at noon on that date for the special awards. The results will be printed in the
Thursday Bulletin, April 20th.
The Premiums will be apportioned as follows:
To the candidate with tha laraeit
number of votes, Irrespective of age
To the man or boy with standing
nearest first leader,
To the woman or girl with otanding ' ' k
nearest first leader.
Premium for Students
To tho studont contoBtant (wlion not
qualifying for one of the abovo pre
mium) who has more votes than any
other student contestant on Wednes
day, April 19, a , '
MCnCANTILC ORDER WILL DE
Every student contestant who Is
among the first ten leaders on Wednes
day, Ap-il 19, will be given an ONOTO
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENING BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill In name and address of your favorite candidato
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not good after Wednesday, April 25)
Good for 5000 Votes
I hereby nominate as a candidate tn the EVENIilG BUL
LETIN'S Ten-Trip Travol Contest-
Only the first Nomination Coupon received for each can
didate will count for 6000 votes. Fill out all the lines of this
coupon and mail or bring to the Contest Department, EVEN
ING DULLCTIN, Honolulu, TJ, H.
Packing and Shipping Household
We attend to the making out of all shipping papers and cus
tom house manifests.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.,
King Street, next to Young Building
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB,- SEE VS. TOM 8HAHP
ARI IEEH EVERYWHERE
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