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Island Candidates Activity
Indicates Vote Strength
-There Was a General Shifting of Standing, Excepting Among
the First Leaders, Who Tenaciously Hold
. Thcrn wn n Rcnnrnl HhiftliiK nf
BtnnclliiR Milling tlio cotitcstnntH far
down In tlio rniiks iih n result of tho
rniint yesterday evening. Hcvornl
with only six thousand totals nt prr
vIiiiih coutitH liicrensorl their uroro suf
ficient to place them imRt the nine ami
ten thousand mark. Mlsa Daniels of
Maul, taat eunuch votes to innko her
total more limn 17,000 nml by bo (lo
ins moved up to witliln two places of i
the ten-trip lineup. .No ono will pcr
hupn lie iiioio surprlseO at thin niuldcn
mwvo than MIbb Daniels. The votes
she received wero nil office) orders
made out to her credit In the cnursn
of the last two days of regular min
Mrs. lcwls at llrst plnro strenfith
cneil her standliiR willi another hlock
of votcR, Rendlui; her totnl soaring up
pant the hundred and fifty thousand
point. 9lio Intends If possible to se- '
cure one of the long distance, trips
nml hopes to get one that will take
tier bait across the American conti
nent and luck to Hawaii. Continua
tion of her present energetic cam
paign will without doubt award her
with the trip she wishes.
Il.iltllng For Second Place.
Miss Nollln Wong Incited Just flo
hundred votes to have placed her ono
point farther along the lino and to
bap forced McTlgho, who cast no
otcs, down a point. Iler balloting
as It was, saved her plnro at third, as
Manuel Peters put In enough votes to
inako her standing anything other
Two llraiy Voters.
John Kern was really the heavy vot
er of tlio day. Ho boosted his total
up to thn thlrty-tbreo thousand limit
and moved Into lino with tlio candi
dates whoso present standing would
give them ono of (lie ten trips. Win.
l'cterson was another heavy volor.
The balloting among tlio outside
island contestants wns strong enough
to prove activity although mine of
them excepting Miss Daniels and Mrs.
Oveicnd are within touch of thu trip
Leading Organization Standing the
S.i in e.
The shifting In standing nf tlio or
ganization candidates was of ones at
the bottom of tlio lino at former
counts. Several of them, like the Kcn
11a, I'uuncnc and I.lhuo Clubs re
ceived two and three thousand votes,
which entitles them to tho considera
tion other organization candidates
will have, to glvo them before tho
Tho i'aglcs mado tho best showing
jesterdny excepting tho hustling
Khiiih, who are sorlnusly trying to get
out of shouldering distance of tho oth
er piano aspirants. They passed tho
fifty thousand mark and are setting
a strong pace for tho other entrants.
A few more days of voting like that
of jestcrday by tho Kaglcs would put
them In tho Kuin class.
Ht Kliitnbcth's Memorial Church has
a set of energetic hackers who nro
making a good showing for early
IVrMnilllcallcin nf Serrer).
Thero Ik really no way that jour
opponents can llnd out what number
of Notes you cast for eacli count. Tho
contest man, as soma of you Imvo
learned by nxporlciico, Is tlio person!
tlcatlon of Secrecy, wlion questioned
prior In tho count regarding how
many votcB any of tho cither candi
dates Imvo cast. Often lie docs not
know, but oven when lili does ho will
not tell until the count Is llnlshcd and
all Inquiries cull bu answered alike.
The giving out of anything that would
f,le ono candidate an unfair advnnt
ago over another is sorlously avoided
by thn It.ti 1 1 o 1 1 n, although any
knowledge that tends to Increase vnto
totals Is given nut equally and fairly
In all entrants.
Uru good Judgment In raiting bal
lots. Suppose you lead the list, do
not put In loo many votes hut hold
FOR TRIP CONTKUTANT IN CVENIrO BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill in name and address of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not good after Thursday, May 18)
BALLOTING WAS BRISK
them In rosiirvo for some moro criti
cal contest period when you will need
to tnako ft great Blinwlng to gain
sonio coveted contest support. Con
test voting Is ono of tho most Im
portant things In Beurlng bucccbs.
Names Not Withdrawn.
Since tho first count tlio names of
nit thn candidates bnvc not been
printed dally ni was tho rnso before.
It Is not likely that they ocr will
again but tho names nro not with
drawn from the contest. All arc bIIII
rllglhlo mid as soon ns votes are
cast for nny of Ihcm they will ap
pear In tho list willi tho other volo
getters. Hut spaco Is too limited to
permit tho dally publishing of the
long lint of nominations. To get your
niimo published and In appear as an
active .candidate, nil thnt Is nccc3
sary Is send In oles.
Nomination at any Time.
The nomination coupon will not bo
rim dally any longor but this dno.r
not mean that nominations can not
Htlll bo sent In. Nominations of or
ganization or trip candidates can bo
mado nt any tlmo during tho con
test. From time to tlmo tlio nomin
ating coupon will appear in tho "pa
per, but If It docs not appear nt tho
time when you want tho blank, wrltu
out tho name, address, and occupa
tion on a plecu of paper and send to
us; It will count Tor tho GU00 nomin
ating votes as If on a regular cou
pon. Names of candidates when first
nominated will he printed for one
tlmo and then not again until they
recolvo votes at somo count.
Subxci lbers sending In payments to
tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n must always men
tion the name of tho Individual trip
contestant and the organization con
testant, they wish to voto for, ns all
ballots are filled out boforp leaving
oinco. You can hold back tlio bal
lots ns long as you wish. Always
state whether ou want tho votos
cast or returned to you.
Every subscription payment made
on or slneo Mnrrli 2Sth onlltles tho
payor to voles for a trip contestant
IJvery payment mado on or slneo
Apill 27th entitles tho payor to votes
for both a trip contestant and an
organization contestant l'rosent re
ceipt and votes will ho issued.
liomeinbor you get two acts "f
votes If you pay or havo paid your
your subscription slneo April Z7tji;
ono for a trip candidate, nml anoth
er for an organization candidate. An
equal number of voles aB given In
tho sdindlng voto schcdulo aro Issu
ed for both.
Trl-weokly counts will bo mado on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, be
ginning with next Thursday. Tho re
sults of these coutils will be pub
lished on Monday, Wednesday mid
Friday. Ballots intendod for theso
counts should he In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
olTtco by I o'clock of tho day tho
count is made.
Keep your paper coupons for trip
nnd organization candidates srparalV;
and do not roll Hie votes. Sond them
In, in cm dopes with Iho nunioot tho
candidate anil the number of voles
they rniilaln written on Iho front
This will help to mnko rounts ncriir
ittn and prompt and permit vim In
estlmato, what roriect total should
bo In advance
How Votes Arc Issued.
Kvory copy of tlio ft u 1 1 o li u will
contain a coupon, which, when prn
peily filled out, will cnllllo tho holder
In voles of tho numbor specified
Votes mo also Issued on paid sub
scriptions to the K veiling Bulle
tin In proportion to the length of
tlmo such subscriptions aio paid In
accordance with tlio schedule appear
l'rlce nf Ihrnlng Iliillrlli.
1 Montn's Subscription ....J .76
3 Months' " 2.00
6 Months' " 4.00
1 Year's " 8.00
2 Years' " l00
3 Years' " 200
r. Years' " M0.00
Price of YitrUj lliillelln.
1 Year's Subscription 1.00
5 Years' ' " $ C00
VOTKS ISSUKI) ON
Subscription!! to llicnlng lliillelln.
, Old Now
Ono month 250 350
Thrco innnlha 4&0 650
Six months 1,000 1,200
Ouo year 2,400 3,000
Two years r.,000 7,000
Throe years n.200 11,000
l'lvo years 21,000 30,000
Subscriptions In Weekly Iliillrlln.
Ono year 250 350
Five years 1.600 2,000
TRAVEL TRIP CONTEST
Mri. E. H. Lewis
Wm. McTlghc, Bookkeeper
Wm. L, Peterson, Notary Public...
Mlts Nellie C. Wong, Student
Manuel Peters, Messenger Service
Wm. F. Desha, Student .....
J. E, Goeae (at Levy & Co.)
John K. Fern, Conductor
John Leite, Student
Mrs. H. S, Overend, Teacher
Mlts Matilda Burlem, Bookkeeper.
Mils Ellen Daniel, Clerk
MIm Kate Woodard, Merchant....
Miss Edith Fetter, High School....,
Mlts Isabel- Keltey, Teacher ,
D. K. Sheldon
Geo. 8lm, .Collector
Mr. Chat. Akau
E, D. Qulnn, Mlllman
Mist Alleen. Gorman
T. B. Lyons
John Wise, Senate Clerk ,
Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper
John T. Rodrlgues, Apprentice ....
David B. Sllva
Capt. Dal, Water Works Dept
Mist Mary Hattle, Teacher
A. S. Robertson, Clerk
Frederick L. Zoller
Bert de La Nux, Mch, Apprentice..
Kid Peanuta, Amateur Actor
Harry Hnpal, Water Werka Clerk,
Mlts Annio Tyau
Mitt CarolyVi Scholtx, Teacher ....
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerton, Millinery ....
Mitt Mollis Thomas
Mitt Irene Kalal, Student
Mita Eltle Alama, Student
Geo, Dwlght, Clerk
Mlts Eva Gontalveo
Mitt Elizabeth Ting
Wm. Hala, Student
Harold Godfrey, Student
Jamea S, Achonrj
Mlts Louite do Harne
Mrs, L, Train, Teacher
Mrs. Dick Lyman
Mitt Mary Kamaka
IS, R, Thompton
W. C, Chan, Jr
Mlts Mary Kauhane
Joe Morris, Jr
Geo, Nlcol, Hoseman
Mist Isabella Koomoa
Mitt Julia Alona, Stenographer ....
Fraternal Order of Eagles ...,
St. Ellzobeth Memorial Church
Royal School Alumni
Rapid Transit Benefit Association.
Militia Company I
St, Louis College
Puunene Social Club
Central Grammar School
Lihue Plantation Club
Halll Church ....'
Lellehua Social Hall
Quon Yal Society
Central Union Church
Alexander Baldwin Gymnasium
Order of Eastern Star
Trl-weokly counts are made on Tuei
day, Thursday and Saturday, Tho re
sult) of these counts are published on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The
weekly Issue on Tuesdays contains the
result of the Monday count. Ballots in
tended for these counts should be in
the Bulletin office by 4 o'clock of
the day the count is made.
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LUAU AND SALE
The luaii nnd sale to bf glvin by the
tallies' Aid Society of Kallhl Settle
ment will take place Hiitiirdiiv, May fi,
from 12 o'clock in. to r p m , In the
Mission House on King street, near tho
The loan Is under the nblc super
vision of Mrs. Oeorge Fiirr and Mrs
M I.. Zcrbo, which I' a guarantee thnt
It will bo first class fn every respect
Any person who has never attended a
Hawaiian luaii should avail himself of
this opportunity. Tickets for the luaii
ran be bad nt the ilooj- Admission to
tho building Is free.
Tho s.ilo will bo completed by n num
ber of Kulllll'H popular ladles.
Candy booth Mrs. Thompson, chnlr
ninn; assisted by Mrs..Trcvennnti Pa
per Mowers nnd lels booth Mrs
Wright, chairman; assisted by Mrs
Cluney Clothing nml fancy work booth
Mrs Wentherwnx, chairman; assisted
by Miss Kuulel llcrtH-mnn nml Mrs
Hargrove. Iro cream, Vake mid lemnii
nde booth Henry Zcrl chairman; as
sisted by William Itlce and Alfred
The ladles Imvo been working hard
for ninny months In prepare material
Tor this sale- and aro hnppllv antici
pating the fruit of their labor
The date of this Iiihii and s.ilo was
set somo months ago,
P. O. Volet.
.Honolulu ; 48,1 14
.Honolulu .".,. 'r 45.229
Honolulu .'... i 44,130
Honolulu v.... 36,735
.Honolulu '. 33,936
.Paukaa, Hllo .. , 31,779
.Walmea '. 15,582
.Honolulu ...'. 10800
.Walluku ,....i 9,091
.Honolulu a 743
. Kapaa ,,. 6,021
.Hana 6 001
.Honolulu .' 5,130
.Honolulu , 5,038
. Keauhou 5,030
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 are
secured. The three old or
three new daily yearly sub
scriptions must be turned in
during some single contest
Sixth Contest Weeki
PIIHM QAM TMPQnAY I
....,- . .. ' I
MAY 1, to 5 P. M
MONDAY, MAY 8.
This is a standing continu
ous club offer that will be re
newed from week to week,
during the -contest.
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FFI1FRAI FYPFBTCiWhat are you dois to
FAIL TO FIND
(Continued from Page 1)
the tinning vvnler. may Imvo been
to some distant portion
ui of .
miowniK incfc incis, we uuoei mo
this examination of water with little
hope of being nble to Isolate this or
ganism,' hut for sake of completeness
we have made the attempt nnd. to ln- !,.,., ,. ,,,,,, , , ,, j,, A
rrense our chances of mutch ns much '
ns wo could, we have collected a rntlie,- perfect hygienic slntr cvir limir
Inrgo number of samples. In most f .i i . i.
eases our samples were two gallons of,"1 "" "'v """ "
the surface water, rlinsen from espe- ifT Tlir fori most lunik rliiiiimr
ciauy suspicion pans oi ine ,-viituo.i
stream or Irrigation system
In all. 109 samples of vvntcr (and
several sample of taro) were colh-ct-
' ,,v Acting AislMnnt Surgeon Hnll
niann nnd were
turneil over to AhkI
nut Director elect; for bncterloliiKle.il
"Of these. 109 minplcn of water IJCJ
spirilla urrn Brown. To of thexe,
spirilla Mr. i'Ickk wax able to Ixolate
In pure culture, mid neither of thcim
proveil to tin the plrll!mn rholern '
The other four xplrllla were rn mlxe,!)
with the natural nrcanlKint of Mini
water thnt I wiih not feiiRlble to lo-1
late them In pure culture without tnk-j
iiik moro lime ironi our rcKiiuir woric
with leproxy thnn we felt Jn.tltle.l In
, rlolni; Thn four luclly-nilxcMl rullurcH
1 of Kplrllla have therefore not been
( "It will be feeii from thin thnt wo
have no b.icterloloKlcnl evl'lcnco of thn
exlulence nf cholera in tills wnter. but
It Ih neeillera to Pay that mich neRa
llvo evhleiicn Ih of llttlo Importancn
en'- tinji tin- iiuini
1 Tlio probnliHltv of cholera belnc
present In Honolulu prevlmiH to tho
llrnl reported case l referred to by
Dr Currln an follovva:
"I founil no record of cnvric. prceeil
' Ine; Kebrunry 1. the mirrounillnit rlr
cmnKtnnceH of which exclteil nlnplrlon,
except tho followlnc:
j "On December !fi, 1010, Dr. l.l was
iikkciI to cxumlno body of n man In n
linullioiixo near 'Hold .Minn,' hvllel. Tho
J nnino of tlio nick man wan loela Kn
i innknhlkl (December ilcath roll No 8S).
I Dr l.l iiontloncd tho pntlcnt'a vvlto
, nnd coiwhleretl the patlent'M Kymptomic
had been miHplcloua of cholera. An
1 examination of tho body by Dr. I.I In
creased IiIm HUHplclnn. Tho patient
' dlod after Ichm than two dayn' lllnrxa,
jiind on December ! Dr I'merfon pcr-
I lormcii li necrowy on ma unny. . u
rcmilt of thlH examination n illnKunxH
of 'piiciimoiita, complicated by kidney
i dlHcawo, was recorded.
"On April 111 vv Investlicnted, ni far
an wan ponnlble, thn clrcumstancc-i sur
roiindhiK this case. Wo learned that
this patient worked nx night watchiiinu
at the nbove-mentioned JapancHO boat
house, tint ho neither ntn nor rlcpt
there. Tho owner of this boathoiiHO Is
Voxhlknwa, KIiib street (blcyclo shop),
next to the Yoiiiik Hotel This Jap-
li tin ten iirnlnd tli it I lii intiti ulnnl lit I lift
" " - "i
third house from thn lio.ilhoMse. In titer
fiold Mine' camp Tho house, which
tho Japanese Indicates aa the resi
dence of thn patient, happens to bo
next door to tho house occupied y Mr
and Mrs K (I'chruury death roll Nos
IS and el), both of whom probably
died of choliru l.iltr (I'ebruary 13 audi
"He usually bought Ills pol from thn'
Chlneso pol shop "t Koni; Wo Iuik on
Klue street, nml In Del, opposite) tho
railroad depot, at wiih afterwards ad
mitted. Inela's wife states that before
this man sickened, It Japanese, '.i new
employe) named Kubo,' c.ime to Mho
lioiitliousn to work there, and this Jap
anese had only been thero a few
hoiirH, when her husband sickened,
but, contrary to what the wife of loela
stated, tli In Japanese had been with
this coniitanv Tor n lone time, and had
been In thlH Territory for over twelvoi
years. Ho would cumo down to the
bathousn ami pay loela, and this may
probably account for the wlfe'a Idea
that ho wiih a pew man, iih he rarely
visited tho c.imi) only about once n
month Kubo lives on Kim; street,
near tlio rnllro.nl depot
"Tho pol shop of Koiik Wn Lone
Klui; street nnd hvllel, opposite the
railroad depot Inter supplied the two
mixplciotiH Hold Mine' cases of Kcliru
I n ry 13 and in
As mentioned In other parts of this
THl GREAT BtNJAMIN COMPOUND
i I Cures Constipation.
i risk es Pew, Kich
I tiuret the
1 Vote for Organization Contestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ten Trip Travel Contest
(Thit Coupon is net good after Thursday, May 18)
Fill in name of your favorite organisation candidate and send
to the Bulletin Contest Department.
Ik Hi r tin ('('ii'liU'iii of your toi'ih ?
I Jo ,vuit know it is n very scrimi
iimiiir ( 'I lie tcctli nro the cuanU
in the rcstiliulu of tlio system.
Kvr-ry liit of in nri-li tnent passca
lliiutiuli tlio mi. nth. If (lie month
,i . ,.1. ,1 ........I, If . riinnlli
i-i itiii'lcnii. tliiw lillhv trrrms nro
lown into tho iligPHiivo or-
frill m jiii'i tuir health it impairo!.
lis frau'rnnl fumes (llffue them
M'hi's Info Hip minutest rrrtlri
Hie llipilil piui Inillni; wliere It
call, vtnshes iinny Iho kitiiis,
leatlnc n ili'.in, aiitliriillc de
mlurlrril Mirfnre. Tliere Is nnlli.
Ini; inailr thai will iilie siirli p( r
ferl Millsfiirlliui. Kriicrnnrr nml
cllidi'iir) are lis si rem; fcaliiriM.
Clillilriu line It
il rr rprriidhf pirMird for polish
in;l Ihr surface nf Ihc Icrth ami
makini lltrm beautiful and pearly
Sold at every Toilet Counter
report, In case nf tho hvllel Camp.
ilala as to win re patient received bis
fond supply In this locality only hnvn
relative value, as many of tho occu
pants of this camp "'' Urst In ouo
house nnd then In another, depcndlm;
on where food Ih most abundant; mid
several of tho oicup.ints of this cqmp
often join together In prolonged
"It will bo seen that tho suspicion
of Dr. I.I In this case, followed by tho
occurrenco of suspicious cases (two
doors removed from tho house for
merly ovcupleil by tho patient) on IMi
riuiry 13 and ncaln on lAdiruary Hi,
and still later on April 17 by a posi
tive case, within ono hundred feet of
the hniiso of tho patient of December
10, form a chain of clrcumxtnncoH that
are suspicious. Hut iiKulnst this sus
picion lire tho necropsy tlndlnEs of Dr
Kinerson. so It would appear that
theso circumstances hnvo been only n
Pay your debts.
Grin and bear it.
Hold your temper.
Learn to take a joke.
Patronize home industry.
Read something every day.
Don't parade your trou
bles. Glvo the other fellow
176 3. KING STREET
Young Men's Institute Honolulu
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