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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY G, 1912,
6 ,-HMBWln .,.......
How To Win The Grand Prizes
TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY
THE EVENING BULLETIN
One I9I2 Completely-Equipped "REGAL" Automobile
Eour $550 "REMINGTON" Player-Pianos-One for Each District
Four Beautiful $100 Diamond Rings-one for each district
Eour Elegant Solid Gold Ladies' Watches-one for each district
Eour Round Trips to Kilauea or Honolulu and Return
Contest will positively close June 22, 1912 at 9:00 o'clock p. m.
SCORED BY THE
l)r Case, nsslstuitt Territorial vet
erinarian, reports to Veterinarian
Norgunrd un the work of dairy and
herd Inspection fo the month of April
"During the past month 702 ani
mals were tented with 14 reactions.
n percentage of 1 99 tier cent tuber
culous. The districts coered were
Alea, l'oarl City, Hwu and Walinuno
The Inhabited results of the unions
tests Is as follows:
Tom Qulnn r,
S. Iloyamn r
J. Scliwnlik ,
F. Johnson fl
K. C. Smith : 9
I. Morloko 22
It. McKeuKtie 4
I. Monlz 2
H. Uels 2
VALUE OF SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS
THE EVENING iBULLETIN
Amount Votei Given.
Price. New. Old.
One Month $ .75 700 310
Three Month ... 2.00 3,000 1,500
Six Months 4.00 10,000 5,000
One Year 8.00 25,000 12,500
Two Years 16.00 60,000 30,000
One Year 12.00 36,000 18,000
Two Year 24.00 85,000 42,000
Ouikjlmj from the Weekly Bulletin lo the Dally ytUI U tonsljcrcd a NtW subscription. Subscriptions
must be sttit Ly null, told at the Bulletin office or )IJ to the undUite In person.
Amount Votei Given.
Price. New. Old.
Six Months $.60 700 350
Ono Year 1.00 1,500 760
Two Yean 00 3,000 1,500
One Year 2.00 3,500 1,500
Two Years 4.00 10,000 5,000
The Special Offer
K. Bhlmldsu 2
C. B. Kcklund ...". 2
T. Fugltu 2
N. Klmoto 2
T. I)e Jlellc S
S M .McKecver 2
It. T. McGottlgu 2
II Focke 8
0 It. & U Co r,!7
Tor ten day mil), beginning .Moudii), Ma) i, and cmllng Mil)- 111, nl !);llll I. JI In iiildlttun (a Hie totes gltcn on nib
scrlpllons uirordlng to the iibuw schedule, e make to coiilrstnnls Ihe follottlng offer i
We still Kite each mill fiery contestant nil extra hnllnt of JS.IKIO inlet stlio turn Into the Kiciilug Ilullelln ofllrc Hie
nra tuehe moiilli dully subscriptions, or 30 urn Meekly subcrlplluus for one )c.ir each, hcttticn Mumlii), .May 0 ami
Thursdiii, May 10.
We "III Kile racli and fiery contestant an extra linllot of :I7,.IIII soles stlm turn In Use licit six months subscriptions
lielticrii the uboif dates, or 1.1 new steckly subscriptions for one )r:ir cacli. .
Tills Is mi opportunity to ratcli the leaders. Take iiilinntugt- of It, Yearly subscriptions (omit ttio fur six monllis.
This Is an opportunity to get extra totes b) a llllle ctTort.
The subscriptions should not be held back until the last day, but should be turned In us soon us secured. An occur,
ale nn omit still be kept of all subscriptions turned In b) contestants.
The (oiliest department still Issue extra ballots after this offer closes mid mull same to contestants enlltled to tlieui.
Candidates lire not restricted us to the number of clubs they secure but ttlll be given crullt for all the) secure.
Kxlcnded Subscriptions Any nett subscriber svtio lias subscribed during the contest fur a short time mil) extend
his subscription mid still be considered u nett subscriber uud the number of mouths paid ttlll uppl) on this specl.il
offer. .Mink stub, second pit) incut.
Titu-sciir ttrekly or dally subscriptions still count ns ttto jears on offer. Likewise longer term subscriptions still
count ns so many years on offer.
Contest Department, EVENING BULLETIN, Honolulu, T.H.
HAWAII IS 01)1 TO
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1 nndkerclilrr In farewell solute. The
Mi.d-otr ui Informal, but It iuih J.iu
iih sincere us though u citizen's com
mittee had delivered a broudsldo o'
set siieeehes. Conlideneo nnd best
iiulinu tptit ulth thn henrtv hand-
hliiil.es that pnsscd between the .sports-
i-n n ashore, lert to wait unxio'imy tor
iicwM of tho vucht's success, and the
hpt.rtsmcn nlloatl who curry on their
liioulders the .actual responsibility of
"We ought to knock oft more thnr.
two days of sailing time on the ruce
tl.Is yeur, starting a month earlier than
In 1910," said Second Muto Fred Fred
flicks, who has had actual eliap;o of
titling the yacht for sea this time.
"Tho flres'iilllng svlnds are stronger In
Juno than In July, and it shoub b'i a
faster run all the way Of course, wo
oupect to win. The Huwnll Is Just ns
good us eer, and she ought to show
some of those California yachts the way
Tho trniihpuclllc ruce Is n run bo
fcre the wind nearly nl' the way, nnd
to get the full lienellt of all the air
stirring the Hawaii carries a big press
of canvas. For the llrst four or lite
duys out of San Pedro tho wind will
lie n trlllc oft the quarter, unci for this
beat, In addition n her regular rig of
foresail, mainsail, staysail and Jib. tho
Hawaii carries a hnliy Jib mid Jlli top
sail. When she squares uwuy with
tho trades dead aft. she can sluike
out two snuaresalls, upper and low
er, tw'o club topsallst a balloon Jib
and llslierinuu's staysail. This makes
nearly 10,000 sqituro feet of cans'as,
stlilch should curry her through the
stater at a great rate.
The mates hate chosen w.itcnes, u:d
the crew Is dlslded us folio vs:
I'ort watch Messrs. Center, Oi.tlil',
It J. McHlroy. l.lll
Starboard watch Messrs. Frcdcr
kks, Stacker, Ulalsdell, Wedckin:?.
William II. Stroud Is skl,i,iei- Co
lumbus Slmins cabin boy, Joe l"""o
cook, and Curl Dodsr.n. of the So ,th
Coast Yacht Club, passenger anl
guest. Mr. Dodron had a return 1'iV.t
home, but when he fcot tho rh.iiico of
sulllug buck on the Hawaii Ve.' scorni 1
steam and tore up his ticket.
WA1I KtfUKt (1
ON SUGAR BILL NOT YET NAMED
Tho .stock market showed little ac
tivity today, oven In Iho faco of tho
reports that tho Louisiana, crop may
bo hard hit on account of Hoods. Tho
stagnation today Is caused by tho Im
minence of a report on the froo sugar
bill in tho Senate Lack of definite In
formation as to Just what tho FInaneo
Committee will do this week Is caus
ing the Ins esters and sellers as well
to tnko thought before selling Tor tho
Over Sunday somo llllo oxtenslon
bonds went at $94.50, and ono block of
250 Hiewory changed hands at $20.
Oaliu Sugar was In somo demand and
on tho oxclinugo today this doniand
turned Into transactions In a number
of small blocks, tho price remaining at
$29 oven. Two blocks of Hawaiian
Commercial went at $45, and somo
more llllo llnltrcmd bonds wcro taken.
Intcst your money In Ilullctln
dtcrtlsliig and It returns to you a
"Tho appointment of a successor to
Superintendent ('nmubell of tho Hoard
of Public Works probably will bo mado
this week," said Governor Froar to
day. "This Is not definite, how over,
end If the selection Is not mado this
week It probably will go over until my
icturn from tho States.
"Though tho announcement of a va
cancy In that department has been
known publicly' for somo time, recom
Herniations for tho candidates haso
como to me very slowly. During last
sscek my olllco was flooded with them,
end as yet I liavo not had tlmo to give
all of thorn n detailed consideration."
Tho Governor said thero had been
no change In his recently-announced
program for tho visit to tho Kast, and
that he undoubtedly will sail on tho
steamship China, leaving hero May 14
Aillsllc Job printing ran always lie
obtained from the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n's com.
plclely equipped job printing plant,
i: t II I n ir II n 1 1 e 1 1 ii.
702 CSS 14
"111 the nbote list the dairy of II.
Kocke shows the highest percentage,
four of the eight unlmals tested be
ing condemned as tuberculous. That
such u condition uns found to exist
after the number of tests made Is dun
to the fact that the animals condemn
ed on previous tests were allowed to
remain in the dairy and spread thi
Infection. At tho present time there
Is In the dairy un nnlmul whli'i bus
reacted to the test four times, the re
liction being In each case typical, still.
through stuubornness the owner can
not plead Ignorance of tho d.ui'cen
as he bus been well Informed and
the fuct .the iinlm.il In question was
a good milker, she was allowed lo i-
liuiln, with the icMilt 'hat on lue
present test fa) per cent of the cowh
re.icted Hotter e blent e of the rapid
spread of the disease in u dairy
through the presence of one tubeicu
Ions unlmou could not be wanted
It Is hard to imderstund why, after
the largo amount of work widen bus
been done and the effort which has
been made on the part of the officials
of this .division to educate the dairy'
men, giving them thu best und latest.
Infoi niutlon on the subject und rdsls-j
lug them as to tho most economical!
met hods to follow In eradicating thoj
dlt (use, such u condition shouM exist.;
This ) ear's general test of 'ho dairy
herds of the Island of Onhu Is Hearing
completion und the results ore (.rati
fying. Indeed. I'p to thu present time
figures show the following. Total;
number tested, 4,739; total number i
passed, 4,"Sl'; totul number eon-
Thai the campaign against 1 If. vine
Tubeiculosls IS meeting with success
la evidenced by thu marked decieasc
In the percentage of tuberculous an
imals among the dairy herds of the
city and county since the beslnnliig of
thu work In 19(10. This Is brought out
clturly In thu following llt-iues
m MWkm&A dmm 71
h jmmmm N
i WESmP&gs&Smirt HI
i -.&'im niiK smmmmwAa rwv.s-r- i
1 ''jMwiiwMffiiM Sfiffl 'tW'i I1L
-ll8lil M Wt
U ' IS L
0 I 1 mf
4 1 I t--M N-i v ViIbII " wwiff
5enjanin Clothe j0'r
Tested Passed Court Cent, i
Second Test .4,1.12 3.!).',0 222 .1.341
First Test ...1,916 I,47r, 441 23.0U
Third Test ..4,739 4,r,80 1S3 3.22,
In the three years which this work
1ms been going on tho percentage has
been brought from ono unite lurge,
23.01 per cent, to one qulto stnull,
3.22 per cent, uud which may be small
er yet when the test Is completed.
This Is making rapid s rides.
Henry M. Hearing, 73 years old,
cashier of tho defunct Albion N'ntion-
nl Hank of Detroit, and his son, Palmer
M. Hearing, svero each sentenced to
five years In tho Federal prison at
Leavenwqrth, Kns., for misappropria
tion of the bank's funds.
The various makes of clothing in
this town and the chances are in
favor of " BENJAMINS."
There is something entirely dif
ferent in these garments not found
in other makes. We guarantee
every suit that leaves this house.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
(Spicljl II II 1 1 cti ll Ciiriwimiulriice )
WAII.l'Kir, May 4 -The Island.
Klictrle Light Company, which will
furnish the towns of Wiillukii and Ka
hulul with un up-to-date ileetric light
h stein, Is progressing very rapidly un
der the direction of Manager (1. S
Wright und Mr. Trimble, the engineer.
Tlie pules from Kahulul to Wallukii
are now In position, while the hcity
machinery which came un Ihe S S
MIsMiurlun recently Is being ulacid In
position III the new III (proof building
of the company at Kalhuwau. a little
below the Maul Soda mid Ice Works,
Ltd., on tlie main load to Kahulul.
Tho Maul Chamber of t'oinmereu
There is a big demand for store locations in the center of the retail business section near the
hotels, steamship offices, and on main car lines.
The Orpheum, Savoy, Park and Empire Theaters
Each one is on an ideal retail store site. This is an opportunity which should not be lost sight of. Every merchant
wants a store close to Fort Street. Two of the sites are just the places for auto garages. Can't be beat. Think it
over. Better see us quickly.
PHONE 2660 APPLY AT OFFICE, THE ORPHEUM THEATER.
will unit at the looms of the Maul
County Hoard of Supervisors at 3
ii'cloik next Wednesday afternoon,
May k, to hear the leport of the uini
nilttee on the Mediterranean fruit fly.
which seems lo be all over WulUapu
and part of Wiillukii Some Chlnesu
irallkes lit the residence or Itet H. H.
I lodge, pastor of thu Wiillukii Union
church, mauka of the Kiuiliummiti
church, ut the old Alexander premises,
wire found to contain some maggots
wiih h are supposed lo be those of the
fruit lly Mr Walwuole. on Vineyard
stmt, Wtilluku, ulso reports inugRots
found lu the oranges on )lrtKUiilies.
None litis e rem In it the upruntry us
yet. and the greatest precautious nr
being made lo prevent the spread of
tlie pest outside of Wiillukii und Wul
, J. A Abeonir. lOlitrnetor of tlm now
annex lii thu Muliil.inl Hospital, Wnl
, luku, which addition will be used for
an operating room, has completed the
building nnd lias turned It oter to Cap
tain W ll. HjI, district rood ciutiut
I Colonel Crouch of tlie S.ilvulbm
Army delivered a vtry powerful ser
i inon or address to a well-lllled house
at tlie new Wulluku Union church last
Sunday evening. His words were lis
tened lo with marked attention by
, those promt, l'red llutler sung live
or six sacred songs In his finished
style Tin congregation could huve
remained half a night listening to his
, masterly Interpretation of sacred mu
i sic Colonel French nnd Mr llutler
nlso uppeured during the early p-irt
of the eteiiing nt the Knaliumailil
(iirlstl.m Hmltiitor inciting. Wnlluku.
Mr rremli spoke for nearly forty
inui'ilcN to the large number of Ha
t ii (In its present Mr llutler nlso fa
s"r. d the society ulth n song. At tlm
loiiiiu-lon of the meeting, uud lu up
pri'lellon of the kind services of tho
In ii illstliurolidicil eenllemen, the mem
birs of the llnwnll.iu f U Sneitf
wiiii mer In it body to the Union
church nl the special Imitation of rtev.
limine put rr Mr, Dodte cs peels u
I ike Mr llutler on (i lour of Hast Muni
and Ilnleakala next wpik.
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