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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 21, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Image 7',
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FOR TniP CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill In name and address of your favorite candidal
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 EVENIllQ BUL
LETIN'S Ten-Trip Travel Contest
Only the first Nomination Coupon reeolved will count for
TRAVEL TRIP CONTEST CANDIDATES
Name. Occupation P. o. Votes.
Mrs. E. II. Lewis Honolulu 119,073
Manuel Peters, Messenger Service ..Honolulu 39,827
J. E. Goeas (at Levy & Co.) ...i... .Honolulu 35,992
Wrn. L. Peterson, Notary Public Honolulu 35,362
John Lclte, Student , .".... Paukaa, Hllo" 31,764
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu ..v 27,452
Wm. McTlghe, Bookkeeper Honolulu 25,500
Mrs. H. S. Overend, Teacher Honokaa 23,199
Miss Matilda Burlem, Bookkeeper.. .Walluku 18,881
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu 14,388
Geo. Sims, Collector Honolulu 13,450
Mls.1 Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu 13,122
D. K. Sheldon .Wa'mea 12,563
E. D. Qulnn, Mlllman Kohala 10,889
Miss Isabel Kelley, Teacher Honolulu 9,097
Miss Edith Fetter, High School Hllo 8,302
Miss Alleen Gorman v Honolulu 8,218
Kid Peanuts, Amateur' Actor Honolulu 8,096
Harry Loughmlller Honolulu 7,723
Mrs. Chas. Akau Pauoa 7,693
Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper Kohala 7,653
Miss Carolyn Scholtr, Teacher Walluku . 6,767
Miss Annie Tyau Honolulu 6,750
T. B. Lyons Walluku 6,530
John T. Rodrlgues, Apprentice Honolulu 6,476
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 6,399
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson, Millinery Honolulu 6,323
Geo. DwlQht, Clerk Honolulu 6.085
Eugene Capellat Hakalau 6,250
Miss Mollle Thoma Hllo 6,211
Miss Irene Kalal, Student Hllo 6,199
Miss Elsie Alama, 8tudent Honolulu .'. 6,171
Miss Eva Qonsalve Honolulu 6,116
A. S. Robertson. Clerk Honolulu 6,320
Toshlro Kuritanl Honomu
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala
Miss Elizabeth Ting Walluku
Miss Mary Hastle, Teacher Hanapepe
Wm. Hala. Student Hana
Bert de La Nux, Meh. Apprentice.... Honolulu 6,042
Harry Hapal, Water Works Clerk. ..Hllo 6029
David B. Sllva Honolulu 6,024
Harold Godfrey. Student Honolulu 6,023
Bertha Kau Kapaa
Capt. Bal, Water Works Dept Walluku
Frederick L. Zoller Koloa
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher Hana ,
James S. Achong Walluku 6,009
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hllo 6,000
John Wise, Senate Clerk Honolulu 6,000
Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu 5,833
John N. Hslemano Keanae 5,353
Miss Mary Kauhane . Lahalna 5,031
Joe Morris, Jr Makawao 5,037
Miss Isabella Koomoa Keauhou 5,030
8. R. Thompson Honolulu 5,023
Miss Julia Alona, Stenographer Hllo 5,012
Autono Vasconcellos Kahulul 5,003
Miss Florence K. Devcrcaux Honolulu 6,000
Miss Ellen Daniels, Clerk Kahulul 5,000
Miss Mildred Luscomb, Student Hllo 5,000
Miss Mlsao Onlshi, Student Kahulul 5,000
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AND ClMlTiriKU AS DtHKAMIM-'IlUi:
arc 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 arc
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 19th to 5 p. m.
MONDAY, APRIL 24th.
This is a standing continu
ous club offer that will be re
newed from week to week.
during the contest.
l'rlco of Krcnln? llullrtln.
1 Monlu's Subscription ....
3 Months' " $
Churches, Schools, Lodges,
Clubs, and all other
HERE IS A MESSAGE FOR YOU
I T wft-J
2 Years' "
5 Years' "
l'rlco of Weekly Iliillclln.
1 Year's Subscription 100
B Years' " $ 5.00
VOTES ISSUED OX
Subscriptions to Kirnlng Iliillclln.
One month 250 350
Tlirco months 450 G50
Six months 1,000 1,200
Ono year 2,100 3,000
Two yenra 5,000 7,000
Tlirco years 0,200 11,000
Klvo years 21,000 30,000
Subscriptions to Weekly Iliillrtln.
Ono yenr 250 350,
Flvo years 1,500 2,000
$700 In Prizes Are To Be Awarded
AND OTHER PEOPLES
Author Thinks Chinese and
Japaneso Superior to
Albert Iliinlmclt Hurt, tho well-
known author ami editor, has written
n book that Hawailans will 11 ml par
ticularly Interesting In "Tho Obvious
Orient." llnrt tolls much nbout tho
Orient which Is original and of ut-o.
lie starts through the Canadian
Northwost, Oregon and Washington,
goes to Alaska, Japan, China, tho
riilllnplncs, nml through many parts
of Aula. Ho dovntes much spneo to
social customs In Japan, lie says
tho Japaneso aro eclectic, for, "with a
popular rising In Torsla, a parliament
in Constantinople n movement for
local solf-govornmcnt In India, and a
reform spirit lu China, who shall say
that a nation must bo westernized In
ordor to progross?" Mr. Hart thinks
tho Filipinos Inforlor In ovory wny
to tho Chtneso and to tho Japaneso.
Ho describes China geographically,
historically and socially. Ho writes
about Miss ltonnolt and "Tho Door of
Hopo nnd othor Indoor customs and
characteristics of Chlncso dally llfo,
Child-stealing nnd child-buying In
China aro usual, but punishable. Mr.
Hart describes many things In his
lino book loft unseen or untold by tho
travclor which aro of great interest
to thoso who want to hear of tho In
ner llfo of a foreign nation. Mr, Hart
thinks much Is dono for tho Kant by
tho Asiatic Christians. His book Is
exceptional and substantial.
FAIR AT KAIMUKI.
A gllmpso at tho work being ac
complished for tho fair at Kalmukl
will bring to mind tho old adago- "So
doth tho busy bco Impinio each shin
ing hour." Tho ladles of Epiphany
Dulld aio woiklug haul and thoso In
chargo o flho various hootliH nro plan
ning most artistic decorations ami a
most novel und up-to-dato fair Is suro
to bo tho result.
Two of tho main features which
Ihoao In chargo wish impressed upon
all thoso who attend Is (Irst of all,
tho articles fir balo aro lo ho marked
at a vory low flguio w that thoy will
bo within everyone's means, secondly
that chango will bo mado at all tho
booths no ono will bo stung-.
A number of young folks aro helm
drilled for an outdoor entertainment,
to which no extra chargo will bo
mado So oven though ou purchase
nothing, como and sit on tho lawn
under the big fchado trees and onjoy
tho nftornoon Sergei's baud will bo
Organizations at the close of theCvcnlng Bulletin's' Ten Trip
The school club, lodge, church, militia company, or any ether kind of an
organization that receives the
Largest Number of
wilt be given first choice of the prizes. The organization with the next
highest total secures the second choice of premiums. The organization In
thjrd place at the contest close will have the final preference premium
Dy preference votes, are meant votes that are a duplicate issue of those
made out for trip contestants.
For every vote Issued for a trip contestant, an equal amount will be Is.
sued for the organization preferred by the person making th- subscription
Preference or organization duplicate vote issue starts Thursday, April
27th. No organization votes will be Issued on subscription payments made
previous to that date.
Organtzatlor.il Get a live contestant to work for you.
Trip candidates) Get organization members to work for you.
There are votes for both and prizes and trips for both.
Organization Members: Be a contest worker for your organization; It Is
enjoyable, easy and more dignified, than an.out.an.out donation solicitation
for a special fund for your order.
Nominate your organization now.
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It has a number of special features
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Another new feature Is that the rec.
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j Mil 1 1
lltuvy rains In tho Kentucky moun
tains huvo brought on n flood stugo In
tho Kentucky river that It said to bo
tho highest lu flvo jcars. Several
towns near tho headwaters of tho
stream uro partly Inundated.
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