Newspaper Page Text
wira:.i....iiiiT;T!yin ya; j""v.- :""" ."vwiv
T"" 'P3?,i""",3k""7 '
EARNEST ENDEAVOR WILL EARN A TRIP
TRAVEL TRIP CONTEST CANDIDATES
INTEREST FELT IN CONTEST KEEN
Bfll it '
Name. Occupation P. O. Votes.
Miss Alleen Gorman Honolulu 5,000
Miss Florence K. Devereaux Honolulu 5,000
Miss Isabella Koomoa Keauhou 5,000
Mrs. M. E. Miller Honolulu 5.000
Miss Mary Kauhane Lahalna 6,000
Miss Jennie Jones, Teacher Wnlohinu 5,000
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson, Millinery Honolulu 5,000
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hllo 5,000
Mies Jennie Williams, Student Kohala .'.... 5,000
Miss Edith Fetter, High School Hllo 5,000
Miss Ellen Daniels, Clerk Kahulul 5,000
Mrs. Chas. Akau Pauoa 50O0
Miss Mildred Luscomb, Student Hllo 5,000
Miss Mlsao Onlshl, Student Kahulul 5,000
Miss Emma Goo, Tcycher Lahalna 5,000
Miss Carolyn Gcholtz, Teacher Walluku 5,000
Miss Matilda Burlem, Bookkeeper.. .Walluku 5,000
Mrs. E. H. Lewis Honolulu 5,000
Mrs. Leong Kal Chew Honolulu 5,000
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala 5,000
Miss Mollle Thomas Hllo 6,000
Miss Marguerite Kramer Honolulu 5,000
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu 5,000
Mrs. Leong Kal Chew Honolulu 5,000
Miss Mary Hattle, Teacher Hanapepe 5,000
Mis Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu 5,000
Geo. Sims, Collector Honolulu 5,000
Fred Well, News Agent Honolulu 5,000
Manuel Peters, Messenger Service ..Honolulu 5,000
Wm. Rice, Student Honolulu 5,000
John Vlse, Senate Clerk Pahala 5,000
Archie E. Kahle, Teacher Makawao ,5,000
Edward P. Miner Hllo 5,000
John Lelte Kukulhaele 5,000
Wm. Hattle Kukulhaele 5,000
Robert Frlcke Kukulhaele 5,000
James McKenzle Honolulu 5,000
J. E. Goeas (at Levy &. Co.) Honolulu 5,000
John T. Rodrigues, Apprentice Honolulu 5,000
Henry Chllllngworth, Stenographer ..Koloa 5,000
Frederick L. Zoller Honolulu 5,000
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu 5,000
Geo. Gaul, Bank Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Geo. Dwlght, Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Hanawakl Kruger Jr., Student Honolulu 5,000
David B. Sllva Honolulu 5,000
Manuel Do Rego Honolulu 5,000
Jose C. Soma, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Wm. L. Peterson, Notary Public Honolulu 5,000
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 5,000
J. T. Rodrigues Honolulu 5,000
A. S. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu 5,000
T. U. Lyons Walluku 5,000
W. Burchard, Teacher Walluku 5,000
Harry Loughmlller Honolulu 5,000
John N. Hslemano Keanae 5,000
Capt. Bal, Water Works Dept Walluku 5,000
J. B. Abeau, Driver and Collector. ...Walluku 5,000
K. Y. Chlng, Bank Clerk Hllo 5,000
V. A. Carvalho, Teacher Honomu 5,000
Harry Hapal, Water Wcrks Clerk. ..HIo 6,000
Miss Amoy Honolulu 5,000
Miss Isabel Kelley, Teacher Honolulu 5,000
Mlts Emily Ho '.Honolulu 5,000
MIm Maria Padhao Hllo 5,000
Miss Irene Kalal Hllo 5,000
Miss Virginia 8llva Hllo 5,000
Mrs. J. Shaw Not Given 5,000
Miss Helen Mosas Lahalna 50OO
Mrs. L. A. Marclel, Teacher Kaupo ..-, 5,000
Mrs. H. S. Overend, Teacher Honokaa 5,000
Miss Blanche Miller, Teacher Hllo 5,000
Mrs. Ellen Vlekery, Teacher Honolulu 5,000
Bert de La Nux, Men. Apprentice. ...Honolulu 5,00a
Wm. Harvey, Bookkeeper Honolulu 5,000
E. D. Qulnn, Mlllman Kohala 5,000
Wm. Hala, Student Hana 5,000
Pete Phillips, Purser Honolulu 6,000
Wm. McTlghe, Bookkeeper Honolulu 5,000
Jack O'Brien, Machinist Honolulu 5,003
Wm. W. Brown Hllo ; 5,000
E. de Harne Kohala 5 000
Joe Morris, Jr Makawao 5,000
Toshlro Kurltani Honomu 5,000
Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper Kohala 5000
James Frlel, Freight Clerk Honolulu 5.000
W. A. Yates, Teacher Hana 5,000
Manuel Medelros Koloa 5 000
Eugene Capellas Hakalau 5,003
Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu 5,000
D. K. Sheldon Walmea 5,000
Miss Elizabeth Ting Walluku 5,000
Mlr.i L. K. Hart Walluku 5,000
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu 5,000
Miss Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu 5,000
Miss Eliza Anlma, Student Honolulu 5,000
Miss Julia Alon'a, Stenographer Hllo 5,000
Miss Aileen Bertelman, 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. Mollle Esplnda Honolulu 5,000
Mrs. Nancy Hlgas Honolulu 5,000
Miss Eva Gonsalves Honolulu 5,000
Geo. K, Nichols, Hoieman Honolulu 5,000
T. Ogawa, Clerk Honolulu 5,000
Miss Alice Ward Honolulu 5,000
Harry Keola, Cowboy Makawao 5,000
Mrs. Rita Miner Makawao 5,000
Sam Babcock, Soldier Fort Ruger 5,000
Mrs. H. Kin Wal, Storekeeper Honolulu 5,000
MUs Dora Grote, Student Honolulu 5,000
Chas. Tong, Stenographer Honolulu 5,000
Phillip Kong, Janitor Honolulu 5,000
Walter Gretz, Machinist Honolulu 5,000
Harold Godfrey, Student Honolulu 5,000
Louis Franks Honolulu 5,000
C. Chan, Student Honolulu 5,000
J. K. Hlrara, Shipping' Clerk Honolulu 5,000
S. S. Akana Honolulu 5,000
Miss P. K. Lum, Student Pearl City 5,000
Ernest Heen, Student Honolulu 5000
W. W. Klrkland, Honolulu 5000
John A. Fernandez, Tinsmith Honolulu 5 000
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher Hana 5,000
Mrs. R. Sadler Hakalau 5,000
Mrs. Nora Gannon, Teacher Lahalna 5,000
The following are names that came in too late for the last publication
J. Francis Berry, Engineer Honolulu 5,000
Harry Kauhane, Draughtsman Honolulu 5,000
Benjamin K. Asam, Jeweler Honolul 5,000
Miss Pearl Melnotte, Actress Honolulu 5,000
Chas. Coster, Luna Honolulu 5,000
Alfred Sotiza, Stableman Honolulu 5O00
Theodore Klesel, Foreman v Honolulu 5,000
Anybody Who Has Ever Been In a Bulletin Contest Will
Tell You That the Trips and Other Prizes Will Be
Awarded Just As Promised.
The following are names that came In too late for last publication:
Miss Annie Tyau Honolulu 5,000
Edmund I. Kellrtt Kahulul 5,000
Miss Mary Wong. Teacher Honolulu 5,030
Sanford Bernard'1 Fageroos, Clerk ....Honolulu 5,030
Harry Dal, Student Honolulu 5,000
J. O. Lin, Student Honolulu 5,000
Miss Fannie Ho, Student Honolulu 5,000
Eddie Schrlber, Machinist Honolulu 5,000
Nominations continue to coinu Into
thn II 11 1 1 o 1 1 iVb contest depart
incut, 11111I It Is cliknt that the In
terest felt In the uniuccciluntcil num
ber of trips la keen.
While tlio appreciation of Iho pub
lic la testified by this reception, the
thoiiRlitfiil ciuiillilnto should consider
one aspect of-It which Is eiicnurnRlnR
to the earnest worker. There aro
many people whose ambition is much
Krcatcr than their preseverancc
If all who send In their namei ns
candidates weie to buckle rlfiht down
to jtk and do their best until
the contest ends, there would be a
bin Job cut out for thnso who meant
to win a trip, hut nltliniiKh tho II 11 I
let In would he glad to hau- every
name on thn list represent nn enthu
siastic worker, It can not look for
such an outcome.
If jou mean to do our best diirlnp
this contest, you should lit onco set
nsldo the fear that there are so many
workcra npalnst you that thcro Is
little chance of jour beliiR one of tho
You will discover us the contest
progresses that there aro compara
tively few who can rniluro tho work.
They aro eager enough to enter the
race, hut they huo mil tho persist
ence to run It.
Cnnleil Work IIiiIiicss Tralnlnt.'.
Sea that you have got every pos
sible voto In your neighborhood and
keep everlastingly after ueryboily.
Why, this contest will bo good
training for you In how to deal with
men nnd women.
Really, It's fun to meet different
kinds of people and talk to them, and
get their Ideas.
And after a time you nnd that you
are developing the faculty of bringing
people to do your bidding.
That's largely what success Is In
life forceful personality.
(Ilvo this contest work a trial, and
when jou get Into your stride jou
may discover that you liavo a busi
ness ability you never knew about.
Mill Cel Ju-t llrmiril.
Wo want all our trip-earners to bo
satisfied, as they lilwaya liavo been
In II 11 1 1 e 1 1 n contests.
And If jou are helping some con
testant you want to know that tho
person you aro helping Is to get
something worth while.
Tho friends of tho contestants
should bo Just as much Interested in
tho contest as tho candidates for votes
You want to know thnt tho con
testant you 1110 helping Is goInG to
get a fair, squaro deal.
You want to know thst the promises
inado will bo kept. You waut to
know that tho contest Is going to go
right through to tho end
You'll get what tho Hullo tin
promises. Anybody that hna otor
been In a II ill let In contest will
tell you that.
Flat statement, Isn't It? Then send
In your -votcs and work as hard as
yon can to win one of tho supple
Ten Offer lleiii'weil.
Tlio free fountain pen offer made
(lie llrst m-ck of the Irani contest
lias been renewed vtllli 11 little change
In Hip terms. An Otmlo fountain pen
from Arlrlgh's lll bo gheii ncry
contest candidate or worker for their
llrst subscription of three new or
lliree old yearly dally siibscrlilons.
The club order must reach the II ill.
let 1 11 nfllce before " p. in., Ytcdncs.
da), April 12.
No Blank Ballotc.
Absolutely no mibscilptlon coupons
nre allowed to Ipiiui the contest de
partment uulcsx lllleil out showing thn
11 11 mo of the c.iiulldato for whom llioy
aro to be cast. Thoro nio no blank
ballots excepting tho ones run in tho
regular Issues of the Hullo tin
This provides a perfect safeguard,
against the transferring of votes.
Votes onco Issued can not bo taken
out Inter for someone else.
Alwnya glvo the name of tlio can
didate for whom you wish votes cast
when making subscription payments
to tho 11 ill lot! 11.
I'rlre of llicnlng llullrtln.
1 Month's Subscription . ...? .7!
3 Months' " 2.00
C Months' '! 4.00
1 Year's V I 8.00
2 Years' " 10.00
3 Years' " $24.00
r. Years' " $40.00
Price of Weekly llullclln.
1 Year's Subscription 1.00
5 Years " $ 5.00
VOTES ISSUI'I) OX
Subscriptions to Eu-nlng llullclln.
Ono month 250 350
Thrco months 450 550
are issued for every club
of three old or three new daily
yearly subscriptions. As many
bonus vote coupons will be is
sued as subscription clubs are
secured. The three old or
three new daily yearly 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.
Sl months 1,000 1,200
Ono year 2,100 3,000
Two years 5,000 7,000
Thrco years 9,200 11,000
Five years 21,000 30,000
Subscriptions to Weekly llullrtln.
Ono year 250 350
Flvo ycais 1,500 2,000
The Hawaiian band will glvo a
usual Sunday concert tomorrow after
noon at tho cnpltol grounds, com
mencing at tin co o'clock, with tlio
The Old Hundred. ,
Overture Hosamimdo Schubert
Intermezzo Sunday Chimes
Ilnllad Tho Palms Fuuro
Selection N'nbuccn ,. ...Vcrdl
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. Ar by Ilorgcr
Selection Hose of Shlras. .Cllenborg
(iiivotto (llnwworiu I.lncko
Finale Palm Sunday N.... Kappcy
Tlio Star Spangled Dniincr.
MACPHEH80N At tlio Knplolanl
Maternity Home, Honolulu, April 2
I'Jll to Mr, nnd Mrs V K Mnc
phcrsnn, n daughter.
On Wednesday, April 19th,
Fifty dollars in premiums will be divided among the leading trip contestants af
ter the 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. N
The Premiums will be apportioned as follows:
To the candidate with tin largest
number of votes, irrespective of age
To the man or boy with standing
nearest first leader.
To the woman or girl with standing
nearest first leader.
Premium for Students
To the student contestant (when not
qualifying for one of the above pre
mium) who has moro votes than any
other student contestant on Wednes
day, April 19, a
MERCANTILE ORDER WILL BE
Every student contestant who Is
among the first ten leadors on Wednes
day, April 19, will be given an ONOTO
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENING BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill in name and address of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not good after Wednesday, April 25)
Good for 5000 Votes
I hereby nominate as a candidate In the EVCNIilQ BUL
LETIN'S Ten-Trip Travel Contest-
Only the first Nomination Coupon received for each can
didate will count for C000 votes. Fill out all the lines of this
coupon and mall or bring to the Contest Department, EVEN
ING BULLETIN, Honolulu, T. H.
Evening Bulletin Subscribers will name the ten
travelers. Voting coupons are issued with every sub
scription payment to the E v e n i n g and Weekly Bul
letin, and coupons arc also published in every issue
of the paper. Almost all your friends and neighbors take
the Bulletin. The rest will want to when they learn that
they get the best newspaper printed in Honolulu with no ex
tra charge, and at the same time help you to get one of the
The eight women who went to the Yosemite last year as
the guests of the Bulletin did not hesitate when their
nominations were announced. Why do you?
You are just as popular; just as deserving; perhaps what
is more important just as energetic; it is possible, you arc
more so. Earnest endeavor will earn a trip.
Evening Bulletin's Expansion Year
TEN POPULAR PERSONS are to be given ROUND TRIPS
to SAN FRANCISCO, with ten days' stop at host hotels.
Valuable prizes awarded candidates and contest workers all
Trips to any Eastern, Western or Middle State city can be
Travel party is picked by BULLETIN readers. Votes given
with every subscription payment made after March 27.
The ten peoplo getting tho highest number of votes will be
given tho trips.
Information regarding the longer trips furnished contestants at
tho BULLETIN offico.
Why not help your friend to got one of the trips?
T3C-- i- MiiiIq from whole Mintnllnti
t7lriPCL3r X'I""PI'I " l,c lt reflueil
At nil 2oi!fi fnuntfilMM mil 8toruH
Arctic Soda Water Works
Pliiuutm Hyrup for iih on but rnktH, wiiflift
etc A (tellcloud Maorlri( fur pundit-h timl Ice i-teatim
A t All OrocurH
PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD.
W ,4 4'i