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I SPLE1D10 RETURNS FOR ORGANIZATION WORK
rOH TIIIP COrlTHSTANT IN EVENING BULLCTIN
1UM-7HIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Till In name nnil address of your favorite candidate
and send to Ilia Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not flood aftur Wednesday, April 25)
Good for 5000 Votes
I hereby nominate a a canJidatr in the CVCNhJO BUL
LET IN5 Ten Trip Trjvrl Contest
Occupation ... ,
Addrrsn , ..
Nomina toil by
Only th firtt Nomination Coupon received will count for
TRAVEL HBP CONTEST CANDIDATES
Mrs. C. H. Lewis Honolulu
Manuel Peters. MeMernrr Service ..Honolulu
J. E. Goeas 1st Lew & Co.) Honolulu
Wnt. L. Peterson. Notary Public Honolulu 35.362
John Le.te, Student Paultaa, Hilo 31,761
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu 27,452
Win. McTlghe BnokUccer Honolulu 25.50O
Mrs. H. S. CKerend. Teacher Horokan 23,199
Miss Matilda Hurlem. Bookl.cener. . . Willuku 18,881
John K Tern Conductor Honolulu 14,388
Ceo Sims, Collector Honolulu 13,450
MIm Kate Woodaid, Merchant Honolulu '. ... 13.122
D.K.Sheldon Walmca 12,563
E. D Quinn, Mlllman Koliala -. 10.839
Miss Icabel Kelley. Teacher Honolulu 9,097
Miss Edith Fetter, High School Hllo 8,302
Miss Alleen Gorman Honolulu 8,218
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu 8.09G
Harry Loughmiller Honolulu . . 7,723
Mrs. Chns. Akau Pauoa 7,693
Trcd O'Brien. Bookkeeper Kohala 7,653
Miss Carolyn Scholtz. Toacher Walluku 6 767
Miss Annie Tyau Honolulu 6,750
T. D. Lyons Walluku 6,530
John T. Ilodrlgues. Apprentice Honolulu 6,476
Martin Neuman. p. o. Clerk Honolulu 6,399
Mrs. C. L. Oickerton. Millinery Honolulu 6,323
Ceo. Owlght Clerk Honolulu 6 035
Eugene CapelLis Hakalau 6,253
Miss Mollie Thomas Hllo 0,211
Mlsa Irene Kalal, Student Hllo ..' 6,199
Miss Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu 6,171
Miss Eva Gonsalves Honolulu 6,118
A. S. Robertson. Clerk Honolulu 6,320
Toshlro Kuritanl Honomu 6,069
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala 6,006
Miss Elizabeth Ting Walluku v... 6.065
Miss Mary Hastie, Teacher Hanapcpe 6,004
Wm. Hala, Student H.ina 6,045
Bert de La Nux, Mcli. Apprentice Honolulu 6,012
Harry Hapal, Water Works Clerk. ..Hllo 6021
DaviJ B, Sllva Honolulu 6 024
Harold Godfrey, Student Honolulu 6,023
Bertha Kan Kapaa 6,021
Capt. 'Dal, Water Works Dept Walluku 6,011
Frederick L. Zoller Koloa 6,004
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher Hana 6 001
James S. Achong Wailuku 6,009
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hilo 6,000
John Wise, Senate Clerk Honolulu 6,000
Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu 5,833
John N. Halemano Kcanar 5,353
Mies Mary Kauhane Lahalna 6,081
Joe Morris, Jr Makawao 5,037
Miss Isabella Koomoa Keauhou 5,030
S. R. Thompson Honolulu 5,023
Miss Julia Alona, Stenographer Hllo 5,0)2
Autouo Vasconcellos r .. Kahulul 5,003
Miss Florence K. Oevereaux Honolulu 5,000
Miss Ellen Daniels, Clerk Kahulul 5,000
Miss Mildred Luscomb, Student .... Hilo 5,000
MlbS Mlsuo Onlthl, Student .... Kahulul 5,000
l'rtcp of Ihculng lliilli'tt.i.
I Monti's Subscription ....J 75
it Months' , .. .$ 2U0
C Months' " . ...$ 4 00
I Year's " $ S.llll
2 Years' " $IC.U0
II Ytani' " VH HO
5 Yeni' $111 DO
I'rlo- nf Weekly lliillrtlu.
I Year's Subscript!) $ 1.00
r, Yearn' " i ft 00
vori:s issmii) on
KiiliKcrlptliiiii In Dtcning lliillillii.
Oni! month sr.o :i:o
Th rod inoiiiiiH 4.,o r.r.o
KW months 1,1)00 1,200
Olio year !,-t()0 .1,00(1
Two j cars 11,1)01) 7,0011
Three ears !l,200 II.OuO
Klve years 21,000 30,000
Niiliserlplleni to Mrrklj- lliillillii.
Olio year 2r.O ,1."il
I rivu years 1,noo 2,000
j WILL BE HALTED
I With the prospect of Kilting but
j t.'oo a inonlli from the territory In
, stead nf the .'1,000 yearly nuked for
! originally, tho Hawaii Promotion
I'liiuiiiittee Is faelni; something of n
I tliiiuirlul crisis, according to stiite-
liieutH iniiilu by thu cuiiimlttco inelii-
Ilirly In Ilic legislative session pros
peels looked good for at least $1000
monthly, and the Honolulu hoard of
Kiipci visors promised )2r0 more,
which In addition to tlio prlvnto sub-
LBcriptlfiiin was expected to provide
I the (ouiliiltteo with much not-iloil
funds for a publicity campaign. How-
cor, when the lliiunro coinililtleo of
the house began llgurlng on revenues
and expenses, thu proinotlou coiumlt
tce suffeied soveiely, and finally II.
oti Daiuiii, who was delegated as the
cnnimltloo iiieinlier to do miiim ex
pert lobbying Tor protnolfon funils,
liciclvcd the depressing news that the
Ciiiiiiulltee would lie Imfcy If It got
J anything mid that JMK) u month was
,tlm probable limit.
I Chairman Kred Hush and Secretary
II. I. Wood of the committee says
I some well-developed plans for pub
. llc-lty work on the mainland will have
I to be glvcif up unless mole funds am
! forthcoming. Secretary Wood sayH
(the most serines effect will lui on the
publicity liti'rnttire sent out, for the
committee will not have the money
to got the printing done.
Starr Piano Preference Premium
Churches, Schools, Lodges,
Clubs, and all other
HERE IS A MESSAGE FOR YOU
$700 In Prizes Are To Be Awarded
1 Organizations at the close of theltvenlng Bulletin's Ten Trip
j The school club, lodge, church, militia company, or any ether kind of an
organization that receives the
TO BE SAVED
Largest Number' of
will be given first choice of the prizes. The organization with the next
highest total secures the second choice of premiums. The organization In
third place at the contest close will have the final preference premium
By preference vote, are meant votes that are a duplicate Ir.sue of those
made out for trip contestants.
I For every vote issued for a trip contestant, an equal amount will be Is.
cued for the organization preferred hy the person making the 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.
Nominate your organization now.
lly the action of the public land. ' Organization.,! Get a live contestant to work for you.
"" '"'" "r , V"', 1lu,1"1se' ,,l,u on;' ! Trip candidates! Get organization members to work for you.
known fuiest of Its kind In thu world I
has been suved for thu big park re- j There are votes for both and prizes and trips for both,
serve on and aiouiul the cra'.or of :
Kllauea. Organization Members: Be a contest worker for your organization; It Is
Up near the crater. In tho midst enjoy.ible, easy and more dignified, than an.out.an.out donation solicitation
or the grent lava How or 1823, there . ,,.,,,
Is a forest of what tlio llawallans , ,or a Peclal "mf ""' " order-
calle "A'e" trees. Tho A'e tree has
been found now hero else In tho Isl- I
nnds ami Is said to exist only In this '
one heuluded spot, which Is u suit of
oasis In tlin wide and desolate lava
Held. It was originally Included In
the men set apart under tho Kllauea
national patk bill which has been
presented to Congress. Uiter, when
the efTort was made by plantation
ami grazing Intercuts to get part of
this leseivo excepted from the seg
regated portlun, tho A'e forest wtis In
tho section that might have been
left out. Hut tho public lands coin-
mltteo decided this raro wood should
bo carefully guarded and will Insist
I Mint It remain In tho reserve.
I Just what, the tree Is, none of tho
; bo'uso horticulturists, botanists or
j zoologists Is exactly sine Chairman
Affoiiho says, however, that It was
only rctetjjly dlscoored and Is a re
markable natural phenomenon, mid
this ought to save It If anything
The Amberola Is the newstt member
of the Edison Phonograph famljy. It
Is a work of art both In appearance
anij In performance.
The Amberola Is a greatly Improv.
ed. Phonograph. Its horn and mech.
anlsm are enclosed In a handsome
cabinet, which also Includes drawers
for holdlng-100 rtenrdt.
It can be had In several finishes of
oak and mahogany, to match any
room or woodwork. It Is a most at.
tractive piece of furniture and a credit
to any drawing. room or muslc.room.
It has a number of special features
features not found In other Edison
Phonographs. These Include a larger,
new style reproducer, giving a repro.
ductlon of unuiual volume and rich,
ness of tone.
Another new feature Is that theVec.
ord, In addition to revolving, also ad;
vances to meet the reproducer, which
remains stationary. This feature makes
It possible to have a rigid horn. In
other Edison Phonographs the repro.
ducer moves across the face of the re.
volvlng Record and to get the best
results xa swinging horn Is necessary.
Special Extra Premium for Organizations
When Ruby was sick, wo gnvfc her
When slut was a Child, she crlud for
When sho became Miss, she clung to
When sho hail Children, she gavo them
mMTr?tWrwwsxvmKtmmmi Mmj HUM! jmfn n TMBiTwTiriLa iLii4,rVn
STARR PIANO ffig p" $400
From THAYER PIANO CO.'S STOCK. On display
in their Store on Hotel Street
y tf j
T!)o wlr'lcss telegraph Is used In
Spain to ditact the approach of thun- j
THE POND DAIRY
UNIUI'TI'I ON THU SIHhT ADVANPKP HXNITAItV
I.I.SKH IN A IIKAl.Tin KITI'ATIUNi IIVHUY I'llW TIWTIil)
ANH ITIflil'llll) A KISIIAUK I-'JC1 1 1 -
HAWAII & '
Height, 4 feet 6 Inches
Width, 5 feet 6 Inches
Depth, 2 feet 3 Inches
In the Tuscan model we pres-nt a design of remarkable beauty and cleg,
ance. An exceedingly popular typo by reason of Its rich beauty.
Seven and one.thlrd octave, trl.chord scale wlth overstrung bass; full
composite metal stripglng plate, bronzed complete and handsomely decor,
ated; patent antl. friction metal pedal action, with three graduating mouse,
proof pedals; patent Improved soft stop attachment; convex sound board,
with suspension bridges; tuning pin plank built up front selected rock maple
veneers; bushel tuning pin holes; patent repeating action, with metal bush,
ed damper blocks; continuous brass hammer butt flanges, end capstan re.
gulatlng screws; handsome design of case, double veneered Inside and out;
full duet swinging music desk, with single panel, carved and polished;
carved pilasters; grand fall board; Ivory keys and solid ebony sharps.
Piano Is on display at Thayer Piano Co.'s, Hotel street store.
Third Preference Premium
$100 Furniture Order On
J. Hopp & Co. "" '
Something of face value to every organization.
The organization receiving the third highest number of votes will receive
an order reading,
J. Hopp & Co.':
Please deliver to (name of winning organization) One Hun.
dred Dollars (J 100 .00) worth of furniture, articles as selected by
holder of this order, and charge to the account of the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.
This order Is good for any furniture carried In stock by (his large furnl.
ture store. The order may be transferred for cash to some purchaser and
the fund used for a music, building or library fund, If the organization se.
curln git has no neid for the furniture, , ,