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CVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912. 612.
2,497,620 VOTES ARE CAST FOR THE
FINAL CONTEST STANDINGS
SOME VOTE AS THOUGH IT WAS THE LAST DAY OF THE CAMPAIGN, WHILE
OTHERS DECIDE TO CAST THEIR BALLOTS AT THE CLOSE EVE OF
THE BIG CAMPAIGN FINDS EVERY CANDIDATE EAGER FOR
THE FRAY-FINAL SIX DAYS WILL BE ONES OF
Just One More Week Of Effort And Then All Is Over
Whirlwind Week at Hand Success Is Bound to Come to
Those Who Try Those Who" Continue Their Perseverint)
Work Are Most Certain of Winning Every Candidate Is I
Imbued With the Idea of Success and All Will Fujht Val
iantly Right Up to the Close.
TI III FINAL WEEK OF 1 1 IL BIG CAMPAIGN I
Wc have now faulv itartci! nn llic last week of the Bulletin's Bir
Popularity Campaign, a campaign that is drstincd to long remain in the minds
of the people of the Territory of Hawaii. The eager and earnest candidates,
who arc determined to let no one outtnp them in the final dais of the battle
for these splendid prizes, arc now eagerly pursuing vote and subscriptions with I
nn ardor that is certain to bring them success. Every candidate now realizes
the value of her time and the necessity for real effort and evcrvonc is working
with might and main to secure the votes and subscriptions necessary to enable
her to win. Hawaii is undergoing a sjstcmatic canvassing that will extend
throughout the week, and the ones who do this are the ones who will 111 all
probability claim their rewards after nct Saturday night. There is no time
to be lost. NOW IS THE TIME FOR REAL WORK AND
EFFORT. THE WORK DONE NOW I IAS A FAR GREATER
VALUE THAN ANY THAT "HAS BEEN DONE UP TO THIS
TIME. AS BUT FIVE MORE DAWS REMAIN IN WHICH TO
WORK. MAKE YOUR EVERY MOMENT BRING YOU I IS
FILL OF VOTES. AND NOT ALLOW A SINGLE MOMENT
TI IAT CAN BE OF VALUE TO ESCAPE YOU.
Man) Dark Horses in the Lilt.
. . Looking over the standings of candidates as lli-y appear in today's issue
for the final vec' hardly gives an idea of the leal strength of numbers of l'ie
young women whose names are not hovering close to the top in the various
.1:. .:.. M-... nn.1 .-,.,.. n r nli.ln in .nrtifirf I li(r entire reserve 111 order
MOUllls. mii; u.iu 111 . iv " -...... ....... .-..-.... . .... -. --
to be close to the lop during the last days, while numbers of olh.-rs. wiser
tlnn their years, decided to keep back llnr ballots uniil 111c iinisii ami ex
pressed themselves as satisfied with less prominent positions. samg that their
real friends, who arc going to help them, knew their true strength and by
appearing farther down the list would arouse less opposition and have clearer
sailing toward their goal. These quiet workers arc numbered among the
tonges candidate,, and LOOK OUT FOR THEM WHEN
END DRAWS NEAR. YOU CAN NEVER TELL FROM 1 1 IE
SOUND OF T I IE HORN HOW FAST THE CAR IS GOING.
Ihllol-Rox Loil(cd and Sealed.
After Sunday's count the ballot-box was locked and scaled, ready for the
depositing of the reserve-vote of the various candidates. This is done in
order that no on: will have any kno-vledge of the reserve-vote of the various
candidates. The Lo will be opened by the judges a week from next Wed
nesday night, when the final count will be held. The key of the ballot-box
has been deposited in the safety-deposit vault of Bishop & Co., there to re
pose until taien frcm its resting-place by the judges for the final count, which
will decide the winners.
Important Instructions for Candidates.
Every subscription-ballot should be carefully looked over before sending
in, to make certain thai the name of the candidate is written thereon. Do
not forget this, as it is most important. I
Outside candidates should make certain that their reserve-votes arc sent
in a few days before the last day, in order to make certain that these reach
the close. Every subscription must be written out on the stubs, if pdssiblc,
furnished for that purxsc, as has been done in the past, and must be ac
companied by the full amount of the subscription. Names and addresses
must be written plainly and absolutely correct, as far as possible, for the
immense amount of business that w ill surely be done during the last days
will make it impossible to handle these with dispatch unless this is done.
By keeping these facts m mind c amhdatrs will be certain to make no
errors and this department will not be obliged to refuse to handle any sub-
ftfJy p 2ffi!S2sa tt$j)j)
i in plenty c f ume. Voles and tul scnplions maj also be mailed by outside
candidates BY 0 o'clock next Saluiday night, and thse will be counted, but
the postmark or pi-stmasler's signature must show that these were deposited
in the postofice BY 9 o'clcck next Saturday nijil. It would be well for
outside canduhlcs to send in the rcservc-votcs they already have on hand as
soon as possible.
Every suLscriplion. remittance or ballot mailed after Thursday should bear
-.SPECIAL DELIVERY SI AMP to insure its reaching us in lime
Address all mail to the CONTEST DEPARTMENT direct, to insure
its being handled promptly. All remittances received after Tuesday will be
luknowlcdged by mail, but the volt-swill be deposited in the ballot-box to
the credit of the pioper Candidates. This is done in order that these votes
may be here in lime for the final count.
No Deviation From Regular Rules.
Now is an appropriate lime to notify every candidate that there will be
absolutely no deviation from the regular rules in handling subscriptions at
$550 "Remington" Player-Pianos
One To Be Given In Each District
scriptions sent in. The final count will be in charge of a committee of well
known local business men, whose standing in tins community will assure
every candidate a square deal. These men will have no other interest in
the count than to canvass the vote carefully and methodically at the request
of the Bulletin, and their count will absolutely determine the winners
of the prucs.
Lool( Over Your Standings Carefully.
The standings which appear below include every coupon, every subscrip
tion ballot and every vote cast, with the exception of llioe which have been
returned, during the campaign up to Noon Sunday. These votes will not
be counted again, as the final count will be of the reserve-votes of candidates,
which will be deposited in the ballot-box during this week. If litis count is
not absolutely correct according to your figures, kindly notify us at once,
that proper checking up and correction may be made before the close of the
One Given in Each District
Distinct so. i.
Consists of Honolulu nml tho
Island of Onliti from tho center
of Nu mum Street, West.
TI10 prizes that rnuBt be won
In til In district nro nn elegant
"Itemlngton" plnyer-plnno; a
perfect $100 diamond ring: n
solid gold ladles' vvutch nlid 11
round trip to Kllntiea or Mono-
lulu and rotiirn, .Winners of the
player-pianos hnv ttio privilege
of choosing a round trip to San
Francisco, with a stay of ten
days In tho Western Metropolis.
All districts have an equal
rhnnce for tho Capital prlro 1912
"Itegul" automobile. 4
. 4. 4. 4.
Mrs David K. Watson, Wnhili!ie.lCr.,7,J0
Mrs D. 1. McOregor, 31 lllshop
Mrs. II. Harris, Scholleld llks..ir9.440
Mrs. J. K. Illriun, Parker Lniio.iri8,790
illliia Nlcper, 1221 , King 154,240
Helen .Volley, 3 23 Iluckli) Iainp.l3S,!l()0
Alule Prostldgc, 1201 Pita I-nno. 1 37,240
Ocrtrudc Watson, 215 School. .127,120
Alberta Wholley, Kort Shnrter. 123,920
(Jernldlno .Neumann, 2ol6
.Madeline M'Candlesn, .Monlinlua.102,400
Mario Wond, Knllhl 100,200
Mrs. Cieo. Kinney, Wntertown.. 99.2C0
Theltna I.I lid ley, Sacred Hliart
Academy, Kaliniikl 98.990
Amy A will, Wiiliilna 9(1,300
JMihh M Tanaka, Alca 9C.0I0
Kdna I'luahele. 173.". I.llllia ... 'iG.UIO
iHvii Keatohn, Children's Hoxp.. II."..CI0
miymphi Sllva, Ileretunln St. .. 93,0(10
Mbhle K. Meek, 2330 I.llllia .. 93,400
i:islo OIT, Alea 92.8C0
Martha Kealolia. lwllel 91,890
.Marlon A. Tauth, 2.'0.' Itoso .. S.',C90
Hose Solomon, 1731 I.llllia .... 81,780
Julia Landlord, !72.r I.llllia ... 7G.4SO
Itelieeea lopa, Walanau 71,490
Mela I'ltltersou, Alva 67,990
Small Iloughtalllne, 11 Hobollo
Uiiw , (13,090
Mrs. W Ualhriilth. 1G28 I.llllia. Gt.i;:0
Kllzabeth Kaleka, Kallhl-kal .. 52,440
Sirs. Dan Houghtalllng, 1030
MorrlH Iaiuo 40,570
Mrs. Sherry Tynn, 1434 I.llllia. 39,480
Mrs Jas. Kennedy, Ft. Shatter 30,430
Alteo III), 1234 S. Vineyard 29,310
Mrs. Annlo I laugh ton, 1725
Mrs. Otto Wlssonberry, Scho
fluld Ilarrucks 22,000
I.tly Chlng, 1511 Kauluwela
Mrs. Kllzabeth Dunn, Schoileld
Nelllo Yen I.ee, 1078 Judd St... 10.5S0
Helen Zorbe. Davis & Co 8,710
Hutli Yap, Kauluwela Iaina.... 2, 1C0
Olivia lloughtalllni,', llouchtull-
Ing Itoiid 2,000
Jennie Williams, Vineyard St. . 2.000
Klranor Holt, Ixinl & Young. .1G4, 100 Frnnelsco, with a stay of ten
Kvolyii do la Nux, KI111111 St. ..1C3.490 'ays In tho Western Metropolis.
DalBy McKeague, 1C5G Keenu- 1 All districts liflve nn equal
mokii 102,170 chance- for tho Capital prlzo 1912
Matilda M. Knos, Milium Vullcy.lGO.llO "Itegal" automobile.
Dorothy O. Wood, Seaside Hotel. 155,040
Palmira Mattos, IGS3 l.iisn ...151,300
Mrs. .Van I Keaiiu, I'alolu 148,880
Mrs. Winters, Junction Candy I ,,., ,ir.t. .. wii..i...
o, ' 141910 'rmn Wodeliouso, Walluku,
Couile Houzn.'sa'nltaVySteam ' Mn"' IKG.3I0
Uiundry 143,370 x,'sa I ' Aklna, Walmca,
Clarissa fiiuiinliigs, Wnlklkl ..130,370 Kauai IC5.820
Ida Fernandez, Young St 128,020 I-oulae Uiiblnsnii, l'ala, Maul. .101.280
Ida Fernandez, Young St 127,170 MrB, ,,. A. Hclchelt, Llhue
Miss Akal, (Irecn U'liio 125.9G0 Kauai 100 090
Uiulse Zcrhe, lowers & Cooku.l 23,330 ... ..'.'",r '..'.". ,n'ran
Kllzabeth Nkisoii, 1407 Niii.anu.llsicSO Cccllm Aln- K1nuii)n IG0.580
Mrs. Kcala Kaal Carter. Hon. Iy "'il". Hnna fGO.280
Iron Works 110,910 Addlo Carley, l'ala, Maul 159,510
Miss Ynniiimoto 25 n.)tclSt...llC,200 MrB. A. M. Da Vlc0 KekauB
Itoso m Hong, 1430 Alcxnnder.108,190 k.,,,.,1 ir.d i-n
Carrlo Dunn, Central Orammar ' ,".' I '".."'. .
Sc1()0 103.040 Mary 'Nun,8. I '". Maul 158,0(10
Agnes Aylott, King St. .......0l',n I Keohl Hart, Walluku, Maul.151,880
Adelo Wlcke, Ilcrctaiiln St. ...100.GS0 Ilertha Heifers, Makawoll
Kdlth K. l'rntt, 1G3I Kaiilolanl 100.G40 Kauai 150.030
Alice l'nklko, K11I11I1111I Home.. 97,720 Adeline Hose, Uhnlna 1 I9.G20
Kathcrlnu Hob 11s, Kn iniikl ... 93,i20 ,, , . f ..,,..
Kveljn Heart. 1433 Knplohinl.. 92,720 K,nnm A' CI,"nB- IJI,U. Knual.149.50l)
Avis Windsor, llliickshear's Ida Wllllnins, l'ala, Maul 13G.II0
Agnes M. Johnson. 1252 Young 8G.9G0 ''"IIo Ixswls, Knhilllll, Maul ..103,190
Miss Itlley, Moanii Hotel 8G.890 Mrs. Nancy Hohack, Keanao,
Mrs. draco Klsoii, GI8 N. King. 72,170 Maul 99,900
Mlnnlo Uirsen, 479 Hotel St... 71.770 iOBO nocking, l'ala, Maul .... 90,520
92,310 llalblnu Fernandez, l'uiii. Maul 130.720
Ah I'lng, Normal Sehool. 90,090 r,clnn Weight, Walluku, Maul.127,730
Drawn. I.W.C.A. Home- Qmco nmng uhm Kmm ,,.,.
rjva uonsnives, uis a. nereiaiua uu.jiu 1 taclu'l T Klakotia, l'eahl,
Henrietta Arruda, 939 S. Queen 59.210 .., ,.,irr.. 1 ii,110
Mollle Illoek, 451 Hotel 59,050 Adcllno lorre.i, I.lhuo ...
Mrs. Jus. ltlce. IIIoiii'b 55,890 Ml 1" E- Awards, Kl!
DISTINCT NO. 2.
Consists of Honolulu and the
Island of Oahu from the center
of Nuuunu Street, Kast.
The prizes that must be won
In tliU district are an elegant
Remington player-piano; a
perrect ;iuu uiamond ring; a
solid gold Indies' watch and a
round trip to Kilauea or Hono
lulu aud latum. .Winners of the
player-pianos hava the pilvllege
of choosing a lound trip to Sun
Frunelsco, with a stay of ton
days In the Western Metropolis.
All districts huvo an enual
chance for the Capital prize 1912
! : (. .).
Rachel Wllklns, 1885 Kalnkaua 71,180 ,, . 0liin Kekalm Kniml 9fl 4"0
Daisy Smith. 1460 Fort 70.420 Mottlo Jordan, Kmalia, Kauai. J(,,4.u
Maraea F. McChung, Fort St. .. C5.910 ' w. J. uoounuo, naiaupa-
Kllzabeth DnnlelB, Arlelght's .. G1.9C0 In. Molokal 9I.G70
Marjorlo McQuIre, Office Sup- Stella l'adgctt, Makawell,
lily Co G1.500 Kauai 92,700
Kva Oonsalves. G48 S. Ileretanla G0.920 inci,0i t. Klakolia. l'eahl, Maul 90,850
Mrs. K. S. Sykes, Ft. linger .. 55,490 K" S1-MU
Molllo Mossman, Island Curio Miss 17. Keating, Kilauea, Ktiuil 43,000
Storo r'2."80 Miss 11. Tetft. Klliuiea. Kauai.. 3,810
Minnie Todd. Hawaiian News . MBg w Wuiuku 2.000
Airs, rau! Smith, Sncli's Dry
Goods Co 50.060
Mario I.. I.owls, 1575 I.naltaiia 47,120 . DISTINCT NO; i.
Mrs. Dr. Tuttle. Ft. Do Russy.. 45,390 Consists of nil of tho Island
Kthcl Cannon, Bach's Dry 0f Hawaii.
floods Co 42,040 l'ltl.ICS:
Mrs. Riitmnn, Jordan's 42,190 . Tie przeg thai must be won
I.iilu Drumninnd, G79 Trospect . t,g district are an
St 40,890 perfect $100 diamond ring; n
Ada Kershner, 1177 Aluken St. 33,400 4. "iipniineton" plnjer-plano; a
Mrs. Dessen, Fort Do Russy... 3I.8G0 solid gold laities' watch and n
Wllhelmiiia lllackie, llhihop & round trip to Kilauea or Hono-
C 31,240 lulu and return. .Winners of the v
Margaret Kramer, ltlacksl.ear's plnyor-planos have the privilege
iiat slum 30.5G0 f choosing a round trip to San
Francisco, . with a stay of ten
lr I 1 tnlinsiin Ft Huirer ''0 4-0 A" districts Have an equal
Florence XhltyKmiManln'omo ImiS ?nceJ0T .tlie S!",Q, "rUo ,912 t
All.i.p.. 1l1tn Iv'ln1iitil llninn 141) "
Mrs. 1. Mlynke, 1238 Fort .... 14.200
1-yiiln r.s, zrii 1.1 una ........ ." Alliv -. u.M,n
Kaullaui ' -
12,850 Helen Wutson, Olna ...
Hilda Smith. 1450 Fort
Kllzubeth Hugo, Kawalahao
Kdlth Naone, Kawalahao St. . .
Mrs. M, Randall, Knglcsldo
Kthel Carter, lCinuiii St
Margaret Fowler, Kawalahao
Kva McCorrlston, 1904 Punch
Miss Keating, Bishop & Co. ... 2,000
Florence I.u Hun, Punuhou 2,000
DISTINCT NO. .
Tho prizes that muBt be won
! In this district are an elegant
"Remington" playor-ulano; a
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
Bolld gold ladies' watch and a
round trip to Kilauea or Hono-
lulu nnd return. .Winners of the
plnjor-planos havo tho privilege
5.G80 Alice R. Qiilnn, Kolmla ...
' Mrs. Mary T-. U-lte, Hllo .
Quecnlo Sharrat, Kaiuuela
Malnnlo M. Coleliiiili, Kolmla. .151,310
Kuuuloha Akaua, -llllo 153.2G0
Mrs. John Uabeler, lloluuloa. .143,950
Maraea Kamakawlwoole, Hono-
Molllo Thomas, Hllo 110.200
Jiunle Onspar, Hnuoiiiu 105.G2O
Mary Nalllmii, KurtlBtown .... 97,020
Mrs. Maude Slsslon, Mt. View.. 94,910
l.lly Mohry, Uiiipuhochoo
Maria Hell, Kawaihao
Consists of the Islands of I-omIbo do llumu. Koliulie
Cnnat and Maul. '.Mrs. K. S. Capcllns, Hukalau.
Mrs. P. C. Reamer, Illto 90,570
Annie Napier, Hllo 87.490
Mrs. Olorla Qulul, Hllo C1.G40
Loulso Melnecko, Wnlohlnu ... 41,040
Umlly Ewallko. Hllo 41,420
Mrs. Wm. J. Stone, Hllo 4t,U0
Jennie Willlums. Kolmla 3G.00O
Allco Hattle, Hllo 23,410
fr of choosing a round trip to San Ruth Klderts, Kapoho 3.010
FINAL SCALE OF VOTES
VALUE QF SUIJSCIUPTION PAYMENTS
THE EVENING BULLETIN
Amount Votes Given.
Price. New. Old.
One Month $ .75
Three Months . .. 2.00
Six Months 4.00
One Year 8.00
Two Years 16.00
Three Years .. .24.00
Four Years 32.00
rive Yeari. 40.00
One Year 12.00
Two Years . . . .24,00
Three Years . . . 36.00
Four Years . . . 48.00
Five Years ... 60.00
Amount Votes Given.
Price New. Old,
Six Months $ .60 - 1,400. 700
One Year 1.00 3,000 1,500
Two Years 2.00 5.000 3,000
Three Years .... 3.00 6 000 4 000
Four Years 4.00 25,000 12,500
5.00 30,030 15,000
One Year 2.00 5,000 3,000
Two Years 4.00 25,000 12,500
Three Years .... 6.00 30.UJ0 1 5,000
Four Years 8.00 40,000 20,000
Five Years 10.00 45,000 30,000
Gunning from the Weekly Bulletin to the Djlly Mill U consUrred a MW subscription.
uliscrlitlons must U sintiy null, palj at the Bulletin office or poU to the tanJIJjIe In peisor.
This scale will be in effect during the remainder
of the contest, and will positively not be changed
$100 Diamond Rinrjs Beautiful and Perfect