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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 26, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Image 7',
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PLENDID RETURNS FOR ORGANIZATION WORK
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ORfiANIZATION CANDIDATES ARE
The Preference or Duplicate Vole Issue Will Begin Tomorrow
Morning anil Continue Until the Close of the
Ouon Yal Society Honolulu G,000
rrjlrrn.il Order of Eagles Honolulu 5.000
Kamehameha Alumni Honolulu 5,000
ttoy.il School Alumni Honolulu 5,000
Officers' Club Scholleld Barracks 6,000
Gt. Clliabeth Church Palama 5,000
Central Union Church Honolulu 5,000
St. Louis College Honolulu 5,000
ficd Men Honolulu -. 5,000
l.cllehun Social Hall Schofleld Barracks ... 5,000
Puuncnc Social Club TPuunene 5,000
Lihue Plantation Club ,.LIhue 5000
Alexander Baldwin Gymnasium Walluku 5,000
Militia Company I Illlo 5O00
llalll Chuich Hllo 0,000
Order of Cittern Star Honolulu 5,000
Young Men's Institute Honolulu 5,000
Rapid Transit Benefit Association... Honolulu jn 0,00
Central Grammar School Honolulu 5,000
School aliimnaen and fraternal ur
ilers are about evenly divided with
rhuiclieii mid Industrial social or
ganizations In tho piano preference
contest nomination Hut published to
ilr.v fur the (list time, Besides these
tlieie It one Chinese society and a
mllltla company. Ami there, are more
In come. A number of organizations
lino had the context piano plan un
der consideration and some of those
aie certain to decide, at meeting!)
held later, to enter.
That almost twenty organizations
want and need n piano In Indicated
by the lint of nominations; there Is
no (ltier.tlon but that the II ill let In
picked u popular prl;e for Its organi
zation contest inn In conjunction
with tho Ten Trip Travel Contest,
which has been Jit progress since
The first prize u Starr Piano Is on
display at Thayer Piano Co.'a store
mid every one Is Imlted to visit tho
Btoro and Fee It.
Candidates Work Together.
The piano preference vote plan ai
iinnoiinced for tho first time one week
ago today presents a plan whereby
oigaiilzatlons can prollt by helping
trip candidates to hocuro one of tho
ton trips. Kor every vote Issued for
a trip contestant after tomorrow un
til the close of tho contest, an equal
amount will be made out to the credit
of some organization. These preftr
rneo or duplicate, votes will decide
what organization gets tho - piano
phonograph or the furniture order
The oiganlzatlon getting l!io juiost
votes will have lirst choice.; the or
der with tho Rccnnd highest nninbor
will get second cholco and tho order
stnudlng In third place will get tho
final pilzo cholco.
To attain success In this doubln
contest poeral things are necessary,
ono of the most lniiortant Is cooper
at Ion. that la mutual help between
organizations and trip candidates Lie
ceitaln thill all Die members of the
organization which jou hope to se
cure tho piano knows what trip con
testant to help. Talk the matter tn
all your aciiualntnnccs, whether you
be n trip worker or an organization
worker, llvplnln the plan to ulf. Oft
Price of IItciiIii? llullftl.i.
1 Month's Subscription ....J .75
3 Months' " X 2.00
C Months' " I 4.00
1 Year's " 8.00
2 Years' " ;.... I COO
PREMIUM i POPULAR Starr! Piano Preference Premium
3 Years' " $24 00
C Yeurs' " $40.00
Price of Weekly Bulletin. '
1 Year'H Hubscrlplion $ 1.00
C Years' " 5.00
VOTIIS JSSUKO ON
Suliirrlptloiis to DveiihiK lliillclln.
One month 250 3f.0
Threo months 450 050
Six months ....V.... 1,000 1,200
One j ear 2,400 3,000
Two yeurs 5,000 7,000
Three years 9,200 11,000
rive years 24,000 30,000
Sulisrrlpllnus In Meekly lliillclln.
Ono year 250 350
Fhe years 1,500 2,000
and all other
HERE IS A MESSAGE FOR YOU
New Trip Nominations Received During the past woek:
J P. Curt , K nil it a 5,000
B. YoBhlhara '..Pala 6,000
14. 0. Hinders -Kallua 5,000
M. S. Hew, Student Honolulu 5 000
Philip F. Chang Music Teacher. ..Honolulu 5,000
Mies Alice Ho, Student Honolulu 5,000
Mary Woo, Student Honolulu 5,003
Miri Y. F. Chang, Teacher Honolulu 5.000
Ernest Chase, Physical Instructor... Honolulu 5,000
Henry Kam Chin Honolulu 5,000
Cm D. Fudd, Student Honolulu 5,000
Elizabeth Hugo Honolulu 5,000
Mill Carrie H. Dunn, Student Honolulu 5,000
Mini Antoinette J. Fosjer, Teacher. .Honolulu 5,000
Robert Askew, Student Honolulu
Miss Julia Alona Hllo ....
Win. Hens Hakalau
Archie E. Kahele, Teacher Pahala 5 000
Manuel Ourbo Walluku
R. P. Lucas, Ironworker
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Till In nami and address of your favorite candidate
and send to tin Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not good after Wednesday, May 10)
Good for 5000 Votes
I hereby nominate as a candidate In tli CVENIilG BUL
LETIN'S Ten-Trip Travel Contest
Only the first Nomination Coupon ricelved will count for
Public Works Superintendent
Gels Salary Back to
Superintendent of Public Works
Campbell Kit In tliu rear of tho hull
of JtepruHentatlvi-i yenterduy afternoon
and tunlUd nervoutdy an tie riinlted
With J. 1'. L'Ooke Ills ii(rvouHnes was
ilua to Hit! fact Hint the House was
Just ubout tn decide whether or not
lie xhould have n salary of J400 per
nionlh Inite.id of 130U That extra
hundred looks pretty kikh! when It Is
within rcnihliiK iIIlIuiivh
Campbell's Balmy became an Issue
win 1. tile I Inane took up the upproprl
ntioi. bill 'J'tel llnauie eouiiulttto ree
oiuniended I In I it be in.ide J .150 u
mouth llowcvir, when the llouso tool;
up Ihu report, nbout the only thuiih'o
made was In HiIh Item, and the House
und elliiKly cut It down lo S3uo
Then (lit- House and Senate confer
ence iiiiiiniltlecH wire called together
lo talk over the finlmidumnlH. the Sen
ute huliiK refused lo concur The con
ference committee put the salary luck
In ttUO itpilll.
It wim tills report of the conference
ctiinmlltie thai on mo up In the House
yesterday nfternoon mid caused tho
look of nnxlity to tiller ncrosx the
Campbell fentures. lt nazed stead
fastly ut a plcluro of n dead and koiio
chieftain on the wall However, the
House iiKTteil to the confeienco report,
and Campbell' milary was boostul In
one breath back to $400
llu Hinlled hitpplly ut this and, dis
tributing Krueloim looks tli:ht iiud left,
be tlepnrted from the hull
With the adoption of the conference,
report, the appropriation 1)111 was fi
nally Kittled Koine minor chaiiReN
were made. Ilia only other mm of Im
portance being tho Insertion of ncluiiBu
provldlni! for the lliireau of Agricul
ture and I'orestry out of the consecu
$700 In Prizes Are To Be Awarded
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 25th to 5 p. m.
MONDAY. MAY 1.
This is a standing continu
ous club offer that will be re
newed 'from week to week,
during the contest.
Organizations at the close of their venlng D u 1 1 1 1 n's Ten Trip
The school club, lodge, church, militia company, or any ether kind of an
organization that receives the
Largest Number of
will be given llrat clulce of the prizes. The organization with the next
highest total secures tho second choice of premiums. The organization In
third place at the contest close will have the final preference premium
Dy preference votes, are meant vales that are a duplicate Issue of those
made out for trip contestant!:.
For every vote Issued for a tilp contestant, an equal amount will be is.
sued for the organization preferred hy the person making the subscription
Preference or oiganlzatlon duplicate vote Issue starts Thursday, April
27th. No organization votes will bo issued on subscription payments made
previous to that date.
Organizational 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.
The Amberola Is the newest member
of the Edison Phonograph family. It
is a work of art both In appearance
and 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 holding 100 records.
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 drawlng.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 unusual volume, and rich,
ness of tone.
Another new feature Is that the rec.
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 a swinging horn Is necessary.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Special Extra Premium for Organizations
From THAYER PIANO CO.'S STOCK. On display
in their Store on Hotel Street
STYLE "A." Height, 4 feet 0 Inches
Width, G feet 6 Incheo
Depth, 2 feet 3 inches
In the Tuscan model we present a design of remarkable beauty and eleg.
ance. An exceedingly popular type by reason of Its rich beauty.
Seven and one.thlrd octave, trl.chord scale with overstrung bass; full
composite metal strlng'ng plate, bronzed complete and handsomely decor,
ated; patent antl.frlctlon 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 from selected rock maple
veneers; bushel tuning pin holes; patent repeating action, with metal bush,
ed damper blocks; continuous brass hammer butt flanges, and capstan re.
gulatlng screws; handsome design of case, double veneered Inside and out;
full duet swinging music desk, with snDe panel, carved and polished;
carved pllasterc; grand fall hoard; lvocy keys and solid ebony sharps.
Piano Is on display at Thayer Plano 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 vctes will recelvo
an order reading.
J. Hopp & Co.:
Please deliver to (name of winning organization) One Hun.
dred Dollars (J100 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 this 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 ne d for the furniture.
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