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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, OCT. 3, 19(1.
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THE HAWAIIAN STAR
HAS PLANNED AN ELABORATE SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN, TO BEGIN OCTOBER 20th AND CONTINUE TO A REASONABLY- EARLY .DATE, TO BE
ANNOUNCED IN THE NEAR FUTURE. INDUSTRY IN THE WORK OF SECURING SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE GREATER STAR WILL BE REWARDED BY MEANS.0F ANUM
BER OF SUBSTANTIAL PRIZES. AT THIS TIME FOURTEEN PRIZES HAVE BEEN DEFINITELY DECIDED UPON, AND OTHERS WILL BE AQDED IF DEEMED DESIRABLE.
ONE OF THE FIRST IDEAS IN THE CONTEST WILL BE THAT THE PRIZES BE NUMEROUS, SO THAT NO HARD' WORKER IN THE CAMPAIGN MAY FAIL OF SUB
STANTIAL BENEFIT. ' ' '
THE PRIZES ALREADY DECIDED UPON ARE :
FIRST $750.00 Cash; ;,f5lt
SECOND--Finc Building LM in Desirable Locality;
THIRD Savings Bank Account of $300.00 Cash;
FOURTH Ticket to Coast and Return, with Pocket Money; .
FIFTH Selection of Books, S1 50.00; fc.;;' "'
SIXTH Trip and Week at Volcano; ',' - .
SEVENTH Furniture Order, $75.00; ' I::
EIGHTH Music Order, $50.00. V J, ....
;"' 'NINTH Hardware Order, $50.00; "''M v
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.- JENTH-Jewclry Order, $50.00.
And particularly for the people of the other Islands
ELEVENTH Trip fronn Hilo, Week in Honolulu, and Return;
TWELFTH Trip from West Hawaii, Week in Honolulu, and Return;
THIRTEENTH Trip from Maui, Week in Honolulu, and Return;
FOURTEENTH Trip from Kauai, Weekin Honolulu; and-Return;
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The. Contest will be Open to Either Sex
How To Start
NominAtigns'tpf- Contestants will he received hy the CONTEST DEPARTMENT OF- THE;
HAWAIIAN-STAR every day except Sunday.
Nominations may be sent hy mail or left at THE STAR Office, McCandless Building,
Bethel Street. . . , ' "
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It is required that the prospective contestant's nomination he made by a second per
son, lady of' ""gentleman, subject to approval and acceptance by the Contest-Manager.
Nominations will close at 5 P. M. sharp, October 20th, and the full list of Contestants will
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Basis of Campaign
THE HAWAIIAN STAR has gone ahead by leaps and hounds. since the first of Febru
ary last. Its size has been inccreased from Eight to Twelve Pages Daily, with a big Satur
day edition of from Twenty to Twenty-Eight Pages. It is the biggest and Best Balanced
Newspaper the Hawaiian Islands have ever known. During its period of development, no
strenuous effort has been made to gain for it the Wider Circulation which its Character
and Force has justified, although the Circulation has more than doubled since February, 1,
last', and the start is now to be made. In the next few weeks it is hoped and expected
that THE GREATER STAR will find its way into every home in the Islands, and prove a wel
come guest at each calling place.
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The great contest will be in charge of Mr. George F.
Henshall, City Editor .-.of The HAWAIIAN STAR, who is
prepared tp;:artswe'r any , question concerning entries, person-
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ally or by letteWasi fal, Ss'thc rules will permit.
Each candidate whose nomination is accepted by the
Contest Manager wilt be entitled to 5000 nominating votes.
This complimentary allotment will be the foundation upon
which the competition will'be based. In order that your name
may be placed upon the roll, have a friend FILL OUT AND
ENCLOSE the nominating coupon appearing daily in THE
HAWAIIAN STAR to the Contest Manager without delay.
The office of the Manager of the Contest will be in the
main editorial room of; THE HAWAIIAN STAR, McCandless
Building, Bethel Street. A neat sign over the window des
ignates the spoh The Manager will he on hand there each
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day from 8 a. m. to a late hour in the afternoon.
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