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Contest Ends In One Week
" LAST DAY OF PRIZE OFFER
CALM IN CONTEST
YESTERDAY BUI A
Weather wiseacres have for years
wild that there Is "always n calm be
foro n Btorr)u" If tills be true, tho con
testant who think that they nro shel
tered ly nn Impregnable olo fortress
are, In for n contest volo storm. Thero
wan a derided calm In tho voting yci
tcrday,and that following ono of tho
biilrfTor content days In filling tho
demand ''or more voto ammunition.
, Should thi votes Issued hnvo heen cast
for tho dally count yestcrduy, thcro
would lm II vo or six candidates with
from fifty , to sixty thousand .moro
voles showing In their totals, As It
Is. twelvo thousand was the biggest
votn of tho day.
Hut many wero tho candidates who
said, "Just wait until tomorrow. I'll
put In enough votes then to make
Huneono take notice."
Had Long Lists Yesterday.
' Candidates began coming In early'
jratrrtlny morning with long lists of
subscriptions, and they kept It up until
almost 6 o'clock In tho evening. All
Mated that they would bo back today
with moro subscriptions.'
Prlzet at ftetult'of Today's Work.
This Is tho last day of tho organiza
tion voto Issue of prlzo ballots, and tho
results of tho orders today will decldo
what organizations get tho grand prlzo
ballots. Tho competition for these
prize ballots is oven moro heated than
the contest to win tho J50 and $25mcr
' rnntlle orders that will nlso bo decided
by the number of subscriptions turned
In by tho candidates today.
College Heavy Voter.
St Louis catno to tho foro ngaln for
voting honors 'by putting In something
more than twelvo thousand votes,
enough to place tho college total very
near t.n the threo hundred thousand
point,- 1ml their leading competitors
were not rtllogclher "reserve vote hold
ers, as they cast over nine thousand
voles. Tho contest nmnng these two or
ganization' candidates Is close rnough
for all sorts of surprises later, Work
ers for both tho organizations nro out
today doing their very best to inako
June 17 their big day.
Church Had Ten Thousand.
St ICIIznbeth's church cast n ten
thnuMiml hlock of votes, nnd by so do
ing passed-tho Klks nnd left the Kudos
more than one point behind for tho
first time during tho contest. Tho
Kagles had a light vqte, hut they lire
(till strong, nnd the final voting will
show tbnt they nre In tho raco for tho
Rlnrr plann. Central Grammar got
enough votes to Increaso Its total a
Trip Candidates Who Voted.
Among the trip contestants J. Fern
comes In for the most attention. Hold
Ing second'-nnw for two weeks, ho sllll
continues to' mid to his total sufficient
to krep any other candidate from over
coming, his lead. Ills voto yesterday
wns near tn ten thousand. Manuel
Fcttrs nnd Miss Nelllo Wong wero
other candidates who mado consider
Final Office Count.
Tho final nllleo count will be mado
this evening on in tho morning, and
I ho results, with the names of thoso
who secure tho extra prizes nnd tho
mercantllo orders, will bo published
Monday. Much time will be needed to
make tho count nnd computo tho
number of clubs turned In to tho
credit of the different organizations
nnd by thn different trip candidates. It
will bo useless tn telephone for Infor
mation ns to the winners before 12 or
1 o'clock' tomorrow, Following this
count there will bo nn other until tho
nlllelal count Is mado by tho context
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BULLETIN NOW YOU GET
TWO SETS OF VOTES ONE FOR A TRIP AND ONE FOR AN
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINd BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TfJAVEL CONTEST
Fill In name and address of your favorite oandldata
and tend to the Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not good after Saturday, June 24)
TO ARRIVE TODAY
Judges at the close of tho contest on
Saturday, June St.
Something Still To Do.
It's wonderful how much can In
dono after you think ynu have ex
hausted all of your resources.
Candidates will say lo us nno day
that Ihey do not know wliero lo turn
for nnotlicr subscription, and tho vory
noxt day perhaps Ihey will como In
smiling nnd turn In tho biggest buuch
of business thoy have, yet Bccured.
It's something llko gold mining
you think yon hnvo como to tho end
of tho lead nnd nil at onca you muko
a big strike. "'
You know how thoso "lucky" strikes
aro mado. They nro mado by 1)1(1
fJIN'n. That's what yon havo lo do
nftor you havo scraped off tho top
crust formed by friends and acquain
tances. Dltlile Prize In ('nun of Tie.
Duo to tho fact that tho fifty nnd
twonty-flvo dollar mercantllo orders
aro to bo awarded on Juno 17th to tho
trip candidates that get tho most
clubs of nlno subscriptions thcro Is a
possibility of n tlo In tho number of
tho clubs between tho most Industri
ous workors In this third contest por-
lod. In caso of n tlo the mercantllo
ordors will bo divided equally among.
tho trip candidates who recelvo tho
same number of clubs.
(Irand Prize, llnllots For All Tlint Tie.
If nny of tho organization candi
dates should tlo and get tho sntoio
number of subscription clubs In the
contest for tho grand prlzo ballots, all
tlclng will bo given a prlzo ballot for
tho standing In which tho tlo occurs.
This will mnkc It exactly oven for tho
candidates ns It will not change posi
tions ns regards tho standing of tho
organizations tlelpg, and will give
them a lilg block of voIch In addition
to that leld or secured by tho candi
dates tlint do not qunllfy for ono of
tho grand prlzo ballots.
Mnkr the final u Safe Our.
Fly making the threo hundred
thousand mark your goal, you havo
something spcclllc to work for during
tho next few days nnd If you pass
that point nnd uro ono of tho first
ten you will get tho additional mile
age credit and rewnrd.
Conlesl Clnors .In lie 'J I 111, 8 p. m.
Saturday, Juno the twenty-fourth,
Is thn tlmo set for tho close of tho
contest nnd all voles nnd subscrip
tions MUST bo in tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n or
flco on that dato. Tho closing hour
will bo at 8 o'clock p. in. on Juno 21th,
and IIiobo depending nn tho mails to
bring their subscriptions to tho Out
let I n nfllco MUST havo nil voles and
volo coupons In tho ballot box before
8 o'clock p. m. on that dato. Tho
Judges for tho final count of tho bal
lots will bo chosen from prominent
business mon of Honolulu; their
names will bo announced In due sea
son. All contestants will hnvo the
right lo select n friend or relative to
represent them nnd look after their
Interests during tho final count or thn
Transport Sheridan Sails from Ma.
Sailing from Manila nn Inst Wed'
ncsdny. tho United States army trans
port Sheridan, called' at Marlvoles
tho Phlllpplno qunrnntlno sjatlon and
theto rcmnlncil until the 1.1 III beforo
Bailing for Nagasaki, Japan. Tho
trnnsimrt Is nxpccled will nrrlvo ot
Honolulu on or about July 3rVI. Thn
vessol Is onronto to San Francisco
with offlrcrs, enlisted men and casuals,
LaaL2 & '2- sflLaalsfl
MISS NELLIE WONG
Enthusiastic Worker for St.
Services, Sports and Ball On
Tho Coronation D.iy program has
been completed nnd tlm committees
named thut will ussurn tho success of
tho events planned. The general cum.
mltteo tonslsts of T. Cllvo Davlcs,
chairman; Itohcit Anderson, secre
tary; H. V Anderson, A. W. T. llot
tomley, C. O. Ilallentync, It. Cutton, J.
Guild, M. 11. Jamlesoii, It. A. Jordan,
J. Wuketlcld, J. W. Wuldiuti nnd John
On Thursday morning at 10 o'clock
In St. Andrew's ciitliLduil it coiniucm-
nrulivo service. wlll.be held, uelnizln'ril
upon the form of ceremony In West
minster Abbey. Tho regular cathedral
choir will bo aided by singers from St
Ch incut's church. Hlshnp Ilesturlck
Wlll nnicl.ito nt the service.
It. (I H Forstcr, tho Ilrltlsli consul.
has Issued lnvltu(lnns to military,
nnriil and civil olllclals for tho ser
vices. Tho innln p.irt of tho cnlhe'rtrnl
will be npen,ln the general public. The
Invited persons will enter by tho innlu
door, while tho general public will
make use of thn side doors. Tho com
mittee assisting Consul Forster nnd
church authorities consists of T. Cllvo
D.tvlcs, James Wuketlcld and It. Cat
The consuls nnd otllccrt. of thn scr
vice will bo present In full uniform,
Thursday afternoon on Alexander
Field, I'uii.iliou. n cricket match will
bo held between teams representing thn
King and thn Queen, mid the subjects
of rireat llrltnln and their friends are
Invited tn attend the cricket match
and the reception of the Ilrltlsli con
sul from t to 5. Children's sports will
also bo held under tho supervision of
it representative commltteo which has
made great plans for the youngsters.
Kntrnnco t" thn ground will bo by
ticket obtained from tho committee
men at the gate. The committee hav
ing charge of the Held sports consists
of It. A. Jordan, John Walker and Iloli
Thursday evening an Invitational
ball will bo given ntithn Mo.iun lintel
Tho committee consists of I). W. An
derson, C U ll.illentyno, M. It Jaiylo
son, II M. Harrison, It. It. Cation. T
P. W nniy. It J. lliichly mid 1. Cleg
horn. Tho last meeting of tho rnmniltlees
In charge of the program for tho day
will bo held Tuesday evening In tho
rooms ot the Scottish Tlilstlo Club nt
R o'clock, nnd It ls requested tbnt nil
committeemen bo present nt that time.
Tickets for tho children's sports enn
l obtained from tho following mem
bers of tho committee:
Mrs. John Walker, Mrs, J. It. M. Mc
I.eati, Mrs .'.. Smith, Mrs It. A. Jor
dan, Mrs. Tied Hnrrlson, Mrs. If. a.
WlnkUy, Mrs. Ijirnneh, Mls Hnrrlsnn,
nnd Messrs. It. A. Jordan, C. V. Max
well, J, n M McLean, J. C. McOlll,
I) U Wlthlngton, B Mclanphy, Dr.
Johnstone, Vr. Vans Agnew, Itov.
Canon Ault, J. M. Tucker, It. Ander
son, It, 11 llalley, J. H Klddes, T P.
W flray, It. If. Carter, John Walker,
T McKlnnnn, Klmer Davis, Fred Har
rison, O. S. Lelthead, J. Philips, P.
HlggliH, It. Wake, J. Finney, A. It.
llntlleld, II. Armltnge. O. Osborne, A.
D Larnach, O Ilrnwii, Mr. Watt, P.
Tosh, J. Wakefield, Foster lUvls.
President Taft has accepted nn In
vitation to attend n reunion of Itlua
and Gray veterans at Manassas, Vn.,
CANDIDATES AT LAST COUNT
Mrs. C. H. Lewie .,.,..
John K. Fern, Conductor
Manuel Peters, Messenger Service ..Honolulu 155,379
Wm. L. Peterson, Notary Public Honolulu 149,933
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu 137,079
Wm. McTlghe, Bookkeeper Honolulu 131,173
J. E. Goeas (at Levy A Co.) Honolulu 101,915
Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu 94,2114
Mrs. H. 8. Overend, Teacher Honokaa 71,015
Mies Edith Fetter, High School Hllo 66,285
John Lelte, Student
Mlts Mollis Thomas
Mrs. Chat. Akau
Nilst Isabel Kctley, Teacher ....
MIm Kate Woodard, Merchant..
Miss Matilda Burlem, Bookkeeper.
Ceo. 8lms, Collector Honolulu 22,289
D. K. Sheldon Walmea 18,582
Fred O'Brien, Bookke'eper Kohala 18,343
E. D. Qulnn, Mlllman Kohala 18.0C8
John T. Rodrlgucs, Apprentice Honolulu 17,459
Toshlro Kurltanl .. Honomu 16,910
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu - 15,328
A. S. Robertson, Clerk ,., Honolulu 14,048
David B. Sllva .". Honolulu 14,010
Martin Ncuman, P. O. Clerk ........ Honolulu 13,960
Miss AHetn Gorman Honolulu 13,650
T. B. Lyons Walluku 13,179
Capt. Bal, Water Woiks Dept Walluku 12,141
Frederick L. Zoller Kotoa 12,052
Harry Hapal, Water Wcrki Clerk. ..Hllo ,. 11,813
Mist Mary Hastle, Teacher .........Hanapepe 11051
Mlsa Annie Tyau ' Honolulu 8,279
Mlts Irene Kalal, Student Hllo , 7,348
Mtta Carolyn Scholtz, Teacher Walluku 6,772
Miss-Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu 6439
Mrs. C. L. Dickenson, Millinery Honolulu 6,425
Miss Eva Gonsalvet Honolulu ; 6,783
Eugene Capellaa Hakalau .' 6,250
James 8. Achonrj Nahlku 6,055
Harold Godfrey, Student Honolulu 6,023
Bertha Kau Kapaa 6,021
Mlts Louise de Harne Kohala 6,008
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher Hana 6001
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hllo 6,000
Mlts Mary Kamaka Honolulu 5,197
S. R, Thompson Honolulu 5,089
W. C. Chan, Jr Honolulu ..' , 5,088
Mlts Mary Kauhane Lahalna 5,081
Joe Morris, Jr. ,..., Makawao '5,079
Geo. Nlcof, Hoaeman Honolulu -5 059
Mitt Isabella Koomoa Keauhou 5,030
Mitt Julia Alona, Stenographer Hilo 5,022
W. Rot v.i Hakalau 5,004
STANDING OF ORGANIZATION '
CANDIDATES AT LAST COUNT
Kamehameha Alumni ..,
St. Louis College
St. Elizabeth Memorial Church
B. P. O. Elk
Fraternal Order of Eaglet
Royal School Alumni
Militia Company D
Lellehua Social Hall
Central Grammar School
Young Men's Institute
Japanese Y. M. C. A
Quon Yal Society -
Rapid Transit Benefit Attoclatlon...
Puunene Social Club
A Patrla Association ,..,
Lihue Plantation Club
Central Union Church
Hllo Boarding School
Alexander Baldwin Gymnasium
ManV RGnCWalS ArC Granted
Di, Ihn rnmm!c-
mo i.epior l.-mw ...,....u....-
liciil nil important lorcuuH I'M"
afternoon, ut which twcnty-nlno li
censes wero granted, threu deferred and
nno application for u new llccnso ut
Walbeo wus refused.
Tho summary of tho board'11 action
yesterday Is its follows;
Tho renovuls granted aror IC. Ono,
saloon; Alfred (). Itnsa et nl , wholo
sulo; M. G Sllva. Kumehamcha su
I0011; Louis I) Warren, Kncoro saloon;
James Thompson, Imperial saloon;
f.'onrnd Holliuiui, Itojul Annex; Ous
tnvo funics, Illver Ilhlno saloon; Chas.
Lambert, Anchor saloon; Gonsalvcs &
Co, wholesale, Hit Criihbe, saloon at
Alea; Philip F Cornyn (Dick Sulli
van), Paillle saloon; 8 Ozakl, wholo-
:saio; joscpu 1 uvu i-antut-uu muuuu,
J8iittlo Brewing & Malting Co., whole
'solo; Dlus & Dlas, Walpahu saloon;
If. O. Johnson, Honolulu saloon: Hon
Ischlaccer & Co, wholesale; Ah Choa,
saloon at Heeln; Jack Itoberts, Ken
Rtcjty snloon; J. P. Madelros, saloon
at Wnlalua; F. A. Schaofer & Co,
Paukaa, Hllo 43,842
.Honolulu t 28,928
Gchofleld Barracks 25,650
Honolulu ' 6,573
Hllo 5 250
I Itistnurnut licenses wero granted as
follows: with special prlvlleees, Cleo.
I.ycurgiib, Union Grill; K. Sunochl
Without special privileges, Mrs. Ilcrtha
Hotel licenses wero granted to tho
following: With special privileges,
O.ihu Hallway & !-ml Co., Halclwu
Hotel; Alexander Young Iluildlng Co,
tho Young Hotel; Territorial Hotel Co
tho Mnunii Hotel; William C. Ilcrgln,
Wnlklkl Inn; tho Sensldo Hotel.
The applications deferred are thoso
of S. KoJIum, wholesale; Wung Wo Tal
& C(i whole!ml0. Kttong ciione Lung,
The privilege of selling beer today at
Kaplolanl Park was granted to J. T,
Scully and of "near beer" on Sunday,
Commissioners Iins, Craig und Hoieu-
son voting for the grunting of tho
privilege, and Chulrmun Drown against
Action was postponed on B. KoJIma's
llccnso beeitiiM It wns understtod by
tho commissioners that KoJIma was
living In Japan and only como to Ha
wall to havo his llccnso renewed. Ko
JI11111 Is also suspected of Imvlug Illicit
dealing with unlicensed sellers, which,
In nddltlon tn his residential disquali
fications, Is enough for tho commis
sioners tn wnnt to consider his appli
cation a bit longer.
Tho other two licenses wero deferred
because mislabeled liquor had been
found on the premises.
Dulletln Editorial Room Phono
2185. Bulletin Business OCUce
DE CAREFUL OF CONTEST
DELAYS OR SOME ONE ELSE
WILL GET WHAT YOU EXPECT
Say yon call upon some old friend to tho final contest count and II be
Ho may ho taking tho paper now,,h')Oves ctery ono to make a good
but agrees lo icnow his subscription
when tho present ono expires, or be
fore the contest ends.
In tho meittitlmo some other mem
ber of tho family Is liable tn glvo tho
extension of subscilptlon to sumo
other contestant who seeks It nn of
fice In town or In sonic other part of
Homo other person, outsldo the
family, anxious lo help somo other
contestant, Is liable tn pay for 11 sub
scription for that family In girder to
help Homo contestant you nocr heard
Don't bo satisfied with threo months'
subscriptions or six months' sub
scriptions. Make your subscription ns big ns
possible tho very first tlmo you get
Hut use diplomacy
Don't urgo without giving good
reasons for taking tho paper ns long
Point out the fact that tho paper
will always cost them Just ns much,
hut that they can't always help you
get n trip by subscriptions.
Noxt year and tho year after they
will still bo taking tho Ilullot In,
and tho monoy they will spend In the
futiiro will do you no good.
Tho Interest on ten or twenty dol
lars for a cnuplo of years won't
amount to much, but tlint sum In sub
scription money will mean n good
deal to you In oles.
Your friends won't begrudgo it
when they reallo that becauso they
subscribed for tho II nil et In far
In advance that you havo won a Cali
They will be glad that they lielped
you, and Ihey will seo It In tbnt way
ill lor )ou hnvo won
Mnko them seo It that way use
your Imagination a llltlo and tell
them that nu will remember thorn as
long ns you live
Now that this extra prlro' business
is nearly over, go nhead nnd pile ill
your voies lor June LM h.
'o Paper Voles After .Saturday,
Tho coupons In tho paper good for
votes win not appear after Juno I7lh
The reason for not running tho con
pons during tho final week Is that an
ndvanlago would bo given Honolulu
subscribers over thoso on tho outsldo
Islands. Tho Island readers would
not havo tlmo to mall nil tho coupons
narK ror Iho linn counL
'ew .Snbsrrlpllnns nnd Old,
A number of Inquiries nro made
dally ns In thn votes allowed on new
and old subscriptions. Voles nro al
lowed on both, but only when thn nv
newals pay In advance.
Now subscrllciM means Increaso In
circulation. Theroforo no ono will bo
allowed lo chance tho name of tho old
subscrlbor from ono member of tho
lamuy to nnolhcr, In ordor to iccelvn
nitmcs ot candidates when rir(
nominated will ho prlnled for ono
umo and then not, again until thoy
iccuivo voies ni somn count,
Subscribers sending In payments to
inn nulla tin must always men
Hon tho namo of tho Individual trlf
contestant nnd the organ isllon con
testant, they wish to volo for. ns alt
ballots nro filled out bcfnro leaving
onico. you can hold b.ick tho bal
lots ns long ns you wish. Always
slate whether you want tho votes
cast or rolurned tn you,
Tho voting candldnlcs this wcrk
will leavo a mighty good Impression
with Iho penplo who nro reserving
their votes for the Inst rontost wool:.
This Is tho last chancn to make a
(snowing and nave It Known to tho
contest reading public whllo It will
sllll bo of valuo, Saturday night will
bo tho last count of ballots previous
THERE IS CERTAINLY SOME ONE IN THE CANDIDATE
LIST WHO DESERVES YOUR SUPPORT. WHY NOT HELP
THAT ONE NOW?
10 Vote for Organization Contestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ten Trip Travel Contest
(This Coupon It not good after Saturday, June 24)
Fill in namt of your favorite organization candidate and tend
to the Bulletin Contest Department.
nuotvuiK L iv.int UIIIC won vtui, ot
friends nro npl to throw their sup-
sirt lo somo ono who appears n moro
How Votes Are Issued.
i:ery subscription payment mado
nn or slnco March 28th entitles Iho
payer lo voles for n trip contestant
Every payment made on or slnco
April 27th entitles tho payer to votes
for both n trip contestant and an
organization contestant. Present re
celplR and votes will bo Issued.
Itcmcraber you get two sols of
votes If you pay or havo paid your
your subscription slnco April 27th;
ono for a trip candidate and anoth
er for an organization candidate. An
equal number of votes as given lu
tho standing voto sclicdiito nro Issu
ed for both.
Keep your paper coupons for trip
and organization candidates separate
and do not roll tho votes. 8end them
In, In envelopes with tho namo of the
candidate and the number of votes
they contain written on the front.
This wll help to mnko counts nccur
ato a'.Ti prompt, and permit jou to
eattmato what correct total should
be In ndviinco.
Kvory copy of tho Hullo tin will
contain r coupon, which, when pro
perly tilled out, will cntltlo the holder
to votes of tho number specified.
Votes nro also Issued on paid sub
scriptions to tho lvvonlng Bulle
tin In proportion to tho length of
tlmo such subscriptions aro paid In
accordance with tho scheduty appear
Price of Evening Ilullrlln.
1 Montr's Subscription .... .75
3 Months' " 200 .
6 Months' M $ 400
1 Year's " 8 00
2 Years' " J1600
3 Years' " ..,..$2 LOO
5 Yoars' " HO 00
Price of Weekly Ilullelln.
1 Year's Subscription 1.00
5 Years' " $ 6.00
V0TKS 1.S3CEI) (IX
Subscriptions to Etching Ilnllelln.
One month 250 360
Threo months 460 650
Six montl 1,000 1,200
Ono year 7,400 3,000
Two yenrs 5.000 7.000
Throo years 9,200 11,000
Flvo yenrs 24.000 30,000
.Sulmrrlptluns to Weekly Ilullelln.
One yoar 250 350
Flvo years 1.500 2,000
In case you hare subscribed for the
B v e n I n g II 11 1 1 c 1 1 11, and have up
to the prrscrjl time failed to receive
your paper, tho circulation depart
ment of the II 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 should be
notified nt once. Olvo oxact address
when making complaint ns It Is due
to faulty address tbnt your paper has
not been stntted sooner. Telephone
2251! or call nt the Hullo tin office
on Alnken street to mako complaint.
Tho result of tho Inquiry Into tho
destruction by Uro of tho British birk
Murlon, Frarcr nt lulquo somo tlmo
ago Is contained In advices rccolvol
nt Snn Francisco, and from evidence
given It would appear that the vessel
wns set nhlazo Intentionally, tn the
opinion of tho court tho flro was not
caused accidentally, but tho ship wns
wilfully set on flro by a member or
membors belonging lo Iho crow.