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rVCNINO DULLCTIN, HONOLULU. T. H, WEDNEGDAY, JUNE 19, 1912.
THREE MORE DAYS, 72 HOURS,
OF THE BIG CONTEST REMAIN
EAR GREATER VALUE THAN IT CAN EVER HAVE AGAIN-ALL INDI
CATIONS POINT TO A FURIOUS FINISH-THREE MORE DAYS
AND ALL WILL BE OVER-FINAL COUNT NEXT WED
NESDAY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK
Three More Days And The Many Handsome And Splendid Prizes Will Be Won
Candidates All Worked Up to a High Pitch and All Is Energy
and Excitement Second Payments Count Fast Now
Subscriptions. Under the Final Vote Scale, Bring In Many
Votes Every Second Is N ow of the Greatest Importance.
Willi every contestant lining up her forces and preparing for the final dash
to the wire. THE GREATEST POPULARITY CAMPAIGN EVER
CONDUCTED IN HAWAII is rapidly drawing to a close, and has now
developed into a matter of hours. But three short days, 72 hours, of the
contest remain, and the seventeen splendid prizes will then become the prop
erty of seventeen of Hawaii's most popular and energetic young women. All
indications point to a furious finish, and effort now is worth so much more j
than it can ever possibly be again that even the seconds remaining have a j
value. Throughout these three days that remain the battle of ballots will '
wage throughout the Territory and not only this section, but many places
away are interested in the outcome. This intense interest, which has now
reached the fever-heat mark, is caused not only because of the many popular
young women competing, but because of the value and magnificence of the
prizes that will be awarded. No contest ever conducted in Hawaii has
offered prizes of any more desirability, and never has such an array of
splendid awards been given under such liberal conditions.
With such a short time remaining practically every contestant realizes that
her time is of the greatest importance and is determined to h:r very best
before the finish arrives. Now is the time when your efforts count and NOW
is the time you really want to work, and work as ycu never worked before,
for the prizes are of such magnificence that to forego the opportunity to win
tlii-in. when they might be yours for a little effort during these closing days,
would be a crime.
Do It Now.
'1 he expression "DO IT NOW" was never more applicable to a case
than it is to yours right now. Make every remaining moment count, and if
you do not now see the logic of this reasoning, you surely will when you are
receiving the congratulations of your family and friends upon having won
and have for your very own a magnificent prize which is even now within
your grasp. But three days and it will all be over. DO IT NOW.
Important to Contestants.
Merely as a matter of caution and to assist candidates in every way to
receive the full benefit of their work, are these lines printed. It is of the
utmost importance that every contestant, and particularly contestants outside
of Honolulu, read and weigh every word of it. We would dislike to see
anyone lose votes because of the excitement which will surely attend the clos
ing days, or because of any misunderstanding on their part. It is impossible
for you to exercise too much care on arriving at a full misunderstanding of the
rules and conditions governing the contest.
1. AH votes and remittances mailed after Thursday should bear a
SPECIAL DELIVERY STAMP to insure their reaching us in time.
2. If you live outside of Honolulu and. intend to mail your votes, take
the precaution of finding out exactly what time your postoflice closes, and
also find out all possible information in regard to train and steamer services.
3. All remittances and votes should be addressed directly to the "Con
test Manager" at the Evening Bulletin office. This is to insure absolute
accuracy and prevent any of them from going astray.
4. Be sure that your name is on every ballot before sending to this office.
This is very important and absolutely necessary,
5. All votes and remittances must be mailed by 9 p. m. next Saturday
. night, June 22, in order to count in the contest. The postmark on the en-
'velope or the1 'postmaster's signature, showing that the envelope or package
was mailed before 9 p. m., will be accepted as sufficient evidence.
6. UNDER NO CONDITIONS WILL VOTES BE TRANS
FERRED FROM ONE CANDIDATE TO ANOTHER. THIS IS
AN INVIOLABLE RULE OF THE CONTEST AND UNDER
NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL IT BE BROKEN.
'inert Final Votes Will Be Counted.
The final count of votes, which will determine the winners, will be held
Wednesday. June 26, at 8 o'clock p. m., in the business office of the Bui-
'let in. Alakea Street, Honolulu, and will be in charge of Messrs. John
Soper of the Hawaiian News Co.; Oliver Lansing, the real estate operator;
Geo. B. Curtis, manager of Jordan's; Wm. Baltersby, advertising manager
of Sachs & Co,. riese gentlemen,
vvhosej standing and reputation in Honolulu is beyond question, have kindly
consented to canvass the votes for the final count, and their selection insures
every candidate an absolutely fair and impartial count. This count will be
public, and candidates, their friends, and others interested in the contest are
invited to be present.
No More Votes Returned.
Owing to the uncertainty of mail reaching candidates in time to be re
turned for the final count, the Contest Department will acknowledge by'
letter all votes and remittances received from candidates from this time on,
but the votes will NOT be returned, but will be deposited in the ballot-box,
to the credit of the proper candidate, instead of being returned to candidates,
as has been done so far. This applies only to subscriptions sent in to us by
Prizes or Everji District.
So not lose sight of the fact that there are prizes for every district equal
In number and value. In each district will be awarded a $550 "Remington"
player-piano or a round (rip to San Francisco, a handsome and perfect $100
diamond ring, a solid gold ladies' watch and a round trip to Kilauea or
Honolulu and return. Candidates do not compete with candidates in other
districts except for the Capital Prize 1912 "REGAL UNDERSLUNG"
Automobile, INow is your chance to
the greater eltort you put lorlh the greater your reward will be,
AIM. NOT FAILURE, IS A CRIME."
Something Important Second Payments.
Now is the lime when Second Payments are of the greatest value. For
instance. Suppose a person who subscribed and paid $4.00 for six months,
can be induced to extend this subscription to a year. You received 10,000
WHEN EVERY SUBSCRIPTION COUNTS
win one of these handsome awards, and
One Given in Each District
f VOWll II
$100 Diamond Rings
Iht'nelnt n'av TO 00
this person to pay an additional $4.00.
.nnn rc ""Mice between the 10,000 already received, and the I
40,000 votes now given for a new yearly subscription, or 30.000 votes for '
the additional $4.00. These count up big right now. and NOW IS WHEN
YOII NP.F.ri VOTF; WITH TUP rriMICU c- ns -er? fir.
j o if T' " "- "W" -J V.LUJL, 1 HIS ,,
Second Payment ruling applies to any new subscription you may secure. '
and also on old subscriptions. In fact, it works mil in n-l, or:.i ,i,nt m
that you cannot probably appreciate to
siari working lor extended subscriptions. Mark all such subscriptions SEC
OND PAYMENT" to ma'xe certain you receive all the votes to which you
Be On Time.
Those who depend upon the mail to bring in their votes should mail them
as soon as possible. Of course, you arc allowed to mail votes and subscrip
tions up to 9 o'clock on the night of the dose, but it would be well to send
in your reserve-votes a day or so ahead if possible. If mailed later than
Thursday, they should bear a special delivery stamp. Candidates in the city
should bring in their subscriptions as early as possible to avoid the rush of the
Mann Dark Hones in the List.
..Looking' over the standings of candidates as they appear In today's issue
for tile final W( ll.irmV OIVC .in lVl.n nf lit rn.l alrnnll, nf mimli.rl n( lk
VOUnff WOmfn ivhnsr n.llllM nrt nnl
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amricis-. many and many a candidate
to be close to the top during the last
than their years, decided to keep back their ballots until the finish and ex
pressed themselves as satisfied with less nrnmtnrnt nnutinnt. tuwtntr that thrir
real friends, who are going to help
appearing larthcr down the list would arouse less opposition and have clearer
sailing toward their goal, These quiet workers are numbered among the
strongest candidates, and LOOK OUT FOR THEM WHEN THE
END DRAWS NEAR. YOU CAN NEVER TELL FROM THE
SOUND OF THE HORN HOW FAST THE CAR IS GOING.
No Deviation From Regular Rules.
Now is an appropriate time to notify every candidate that there will be
absolutely no deviation from the regular rules in handling subscriptions at
the close. " Every subscription must be written put on the stubs, if possible,
furnished for that purpose, as has been done in the past, jand .ruusl 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 vv ill surely be done during jhe last days
will make it impossible to handle these with dispatch unless this, is done.
By keeping these tacts in mind c nndidates will be certain to make noi
errors and this department will not be obliged to refuse to handle' any sub
scriptions sent in. The final count will be in charge of a,, committee of well-,
known local business men, whose standing in this community will j assure
every candidate a square deal. These men will have no other interest in
the count than to canvass the vote tarefully and methodically at the request
of the Bulletin, and their count will absolutely determine the winners
of the prizes.
Look Over Your Standings Carefully.
The standiiiRS which anncar below inrlnrl,. ,.v,..v ,, ..,..., ... I. ....:..
hon ballot and every vote cast, with
rciurncu, during uic campaign up to iNoon Sunday. I hese votes will not
be counted again, as the final count will be of the reserve-voles of candidates,
which will be deposited in Hie ballot-box during this week. If this count is
not absolutely correct according lo your figures, kindly notify us at once,'
that proper checking up and lorrection may be made before the close pf the
SO BIG, HAS ,
Beautiful and Perfect
T " "t
for six months, making a year in all.
what extent these will reach until you
livorinfr rn .,. In I.,, vari'nii.l
MUllllllg VSUd. t II IV WJ 111 till. MiWW
saenhced her entire reserve in order
days, while numbers of others
them, knew their true strength and by
the exception of those which have been
DISTINCT 0. 1.
Consists of Honolulu and tho
Island of Oaliu from tho center
of Nuuanu Street, West.
The prizes that must be won
In tills district nre an elegant
"Itemlngton" ptayer-plano; a
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
solid gold ladles' watch and a 4
round trip to Ktlauea or Ilono- 4
4 lulu and return. .Winners of the 4
4 player-pianos havj the privilege 4
4 of choosing a round trip to San' 4
4 Francisco, with a stay of ten 4
4 days In the Western Metropolis. 4
4 All districts have an equal 4
4 chance for tho Capitol prlne 1912 4
4 "Hegal" automobile. 4
Mrs. David K. Watson, Wulutine.1 65,700
Mrs. D. P. McGregor, 31 Iilsuop
Mrs. II. Harris, Schotlcld liks..ir9,4i'0
MrB, J. K. Hiram, Parker I.tino.1 58.790
Ulna Nieper, 1221 N. King ....154,240
Helen Nolloy, 3 23 Iluckle Une.138,900
Alole Prestldgc, 1201 Pua Ijtne.137,240
tlurtrudu Watson, 245 School,, 127,120
Alberta Wholloy, Fort Shaflor. 123,920
Oernldlnn Neumann, 261 0
Madeline M'Candless, Monmilun. 102,400
Marie Wond, Kail hi 100,200
.Mrs. (loo. Kinney, Watertown.. 99.2C0
Thelma I.lndlcy, Snored Heart
Academy, Kulimikl 98,990
Amy Awul, Walutuu 90,300
Miss M. Tunnka, Alen 90,040
iKdna I'luuhcle, 1735 I.lllhn ... 90,940
JKvu Kealoha, Children's Hosp., 95,010
Olympta Sllvn, Ileretunla St. ,, 93.0CO
. I.lhhle K. Meek, 2330 I.lllhn .. 9.1,400
klslo Off. Aleu 92.SC0
Martha Kealoha. Ivvllel 91,890
Marlon A. Huulu. 2505 ltnse ., 85,090
Hose Solomon, 1731 I.lllha .... 81,780
Julia Landlord, 1725 Llllha ... 70,480
llebcccn lopa, Wulunuo 71,490
Mata Patterson, Aleu 07,990
Sarah Houghtalllng, 11 Hobello
I Lane G3.A90
Mrs. W. Ualbrultb, 1028 Mlllm. 61.(150
Elizabeth Kaleku, Kullhl-kul .. 52,440
'Mrs. Duir Hougbtulllng, 1035
I Morris Lane 40,570
Mrs. Sherry Tyan. 1434 l.lllha. 39,480
Mrs. Jiih, Kennedy, Ft. Shatter 30,430
Alice Ho, 1234 8. Vineyard ....29,340
Mrs. Annie Haughtou, 1725
Mrs. Otto Wlssenberry, Sclio-
lleld Uarracks 22,000
I.lly Chlng, 1611 Kauluwela
Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn, Schofleld
Nellie Yen Lee, 1078 Judd St... 10,580
"&SS Sk"" $8
Olivia Houghtalllng, Houghtnll-
Ing Hoad 2.0C0
J6""'0 Williams, Vineyard St. . 2.000
DISTINCT NO. 2.
Consists of Honolulu and
Island of Oaliu from the center 4
of Nuuanu Street, East. 4
PHIZES s 4
The prizes that must be won 4
In this district are an ologant 4
"Itemlngton" player-piano; u 4
perfect $100 diamond rlnc: a 4
4' solid gold ladles' wuteh and a 4
4 round trln to Kilauea or Ilono- 4
,4 lulu und return. .Winners of tin 4
4 player-pianos havo the ntivllege 4
4 of choosing a round trip to San 4
4 Frnnclsco, with a stay of ten 4
4 days In the Western Metropolis. 4
4 All districts have nn equal 4
4 chance for the Capital prize 1912 4
4 "Hegal" automobile. 4
FINAL SCALE OF VOTES
VALUE OF SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS
THE EVENING BULLETIN
DAILY BULLETIN WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Amount Votes Given. Amount Votes Given.
Price. New, Old. Price. New. Old,
One Month .75 1,400 700 Six Months .60 1,400 700
Three Months ... 2.00 5,000 3,000 One Year 1.00 3,000 1,500
Six Months 4.00 25,000 12,500 Two Years 2.00 5.000 3,000
'One Year . 8.00 40,000 20,000 Three Years .... 3.00 8.000 4.000
Two Years 18.00 76,000 45,000 Four Year 4.00 25,000 12,500
, .'Three Years ,,..24.00 115,000 65,000 Five Years 6.00 30,000 15,000
Four Years 32.00 165,000 90,000
N$ .-r'lve Years 40.00 240,000 125,000 Foreign Post-paid! . 1.-
Forelun' Post-paid: One Year 2.00 5,000 3,000 - '
ne Y"r ' -. M. Two Years 4.00 25,000 12,500
Two Years 24.00 100,000 60,000 Thv.. R0Q so000 15 000
Three Years 36.00 175,000 95,000 Three YearI 6-00 30'000 1s'000
Four Years 48.00 290,000 150,000 Four Years B.OO 40,000 20,000
Five Years .60.00 325,000 175,000 Five Years 10.00 45,000 30,000
dunging (root the Weekly Bulletin to the Daly vvOI lie considered 4 WW subscription. ';
, ulscrlitlons must be sent by null, paid at the Bulletin office or paid to the candidate In person.
This scale will be in effect during the remainder
of the contest, and will positively not be changed
Eleanor Holt, Lord & Voung.. 164, 100
Evelyn de la Nux, Klnnu St. ,.163,490
Daisy McKeague, 1666 Keeau-
Matilda M. Enos, Manoa Vnlley.100,110
Dorothy O. Wood, Seaside Hotel. 155,040
Palmira Mattes, 1683 I.uho ...161,360
Mrs. Nun I Keanu, Palolu 148,880
Mrs. Winters; Junction Catidy
Couzle So'uzn,''8anWrV'steam '
Clarissa Cuiumlngs, Walklkl ..136,370
rnuiino voellcr, 830 Young St.. 128,250
Ida Fernandez, Young St 128,020
Miss Akal, Qreen Lime 126,960
Louise Zerbe, Lowers & Cooke.123,330
Elizabeth Nlelson, 1407 Nuuanu. 118,680
Mrs. Keala Kaal Carter, Hon.
Iron Works '. 116,940
Miss Yainamoto, 25 Hotel St... 116,200
Hoso Lo Hong, 1436 Alexandcr.108,190
Carrie Dunn, Central Orammar
Agnes Aylett, King St. .; 101,710
Adelo Wlckc, Ileretunla St. ...100,680
Edith E. Pratt, 1631 Kuplolanl.106,640
Alice Pnklko, Kalulnnl Home.. 97,720
Katherlue Hoblns, Kalmukl ... 93,720
Evelyn Heart, 1433 Knplolnnl.. 92,720
Avis Windsor, Illackshear's
Hut Shop 92.340
Mary Ah Ping, Nonnul School. 90,690
Edna Urown, Y.W.C.A. Home-
Agnes M. Johnson, 1262 Young. 86,960
Miss Hlley, Mouna Hotel 86,890
Mrs. Qruco Elson, 618 N. King. 72,170
Minnie LarBcn, 479 Hotel St.. 71,770
Hachcl Wilklus, 1885 Kalakaua 71,180
DatBy Smith, 1450 Fort 70,420
Maraea F. McChung, Fort St. .. 65,910
Elizabeth Daniels, Arlelght's . . 61,960
Murjorle McOuIro, Olllce Sup
ply Co 01,600'
Evu Oonsatves, 648 S. Ueretanlu 60,920
Henrietta Arrudu. 939 S. Queen 69,210
Mollle Illock, 451 Hotel 69,050
Mrs. Jus. Itlce, Hlom's 65.890
Mrs. E. S. Sykes, Ft. Iluger .. 65,490
Mollle Mosamun, Island Curio
Minnie Todd, Huwallan News .
Mrs. Paul Smith, Sucu'ti Dry
doods Co 60,060
Marie L. Lewis, 1676 Lusltuna 47,420
Mrs. Dr. Tuttle, Ft. Do Hussy.. 45,390
Ethel Cuiinon, Sucli's Dry
Uoods Co 42,640
Mrs. Hutman, Jordan's 42,490
Lulu Druiiimond, C79 Frospect
Ada Kerulmer. 1177 Alakea St. 33,460
Mrs. Ilcssen, Fort De ltussy... 31,860
Wllhclliilnn Ulackle, Dlshop & .
Margaret Kramer, Illuckshear's
Hut Shop .30,66(1
Clalro Ilerry, O. It. & L 30.320
Mrs. liunnum. Ft. Do Hussy... 30,030
Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Ft. Huger. 20.420
Florence Abbey, Kaullant Home 16,210
Alberta Miller, Kululuul Home 14,260
Mrs. P. Mlyuke, 1238 Fort .... 14,260
Lydlu Ng, 2427 Ulllia 12,890
Alice Urlckwood, Kuullunl .
Hilda Smith, 1450 Fort 5,680
Elizabeth Hugo, Kawalahao
Edith Nuone, Kawulahao St. .. 4,000
Mrs. M, Haudall, Eugleslde
Ethel Carter, Emma St 2,400
Murgaret Fowler, Kawalahao
Eva McCorriston, 1904 Punch
Miss Keating, Dlshop & Co. ... 2,000
Florence Lu Han, l'uimliou. ... 2.000
DISTHICT MO. S.
Consists of the
Kauai aud Muul.
The prizes that must be won
In this district are an elegant
"Itemlngton" pluyer-oiano; a
4 perfect $100 diamond ring; a
4 solid gold ladles' watch and a
4 round trip to Kilauea or Hono
4 lulu and return. .Winners of the
4 player-pianos have the privilege
4 of choosing a round l rip to San
4 Frnnclsco, with a stay of ton 4
4 days In the Western Metropolis. 4
1 4 All districts have an equal 4
4 chance for tho Capital prize 1912 4
4 "Regal" automobile ' 4
444444444 4 444444444
I . , ... . . , ,
Miss L. P. Aklna, Walmea,
Louise Iloblnson. Pnla, Maul.. 164.280
Mrs. II. A. Helcbolt, Llhuo
Kauai , 160,690
Cecilia Akin, Kalaupnpa ......160,580
Dolly Hula, liana 160,280
Addlo Cnrley, I'nla, Maul 169,510
Mrs. A. M. Da Vlco, Kckaha,
Mary Nunes, Pnla, Maul 158,000
L. Keohl Hart. Walluku, Maul. 154,880
H'ertba Heifers, Makawell
Adeline Hose, Lahnlna 149,620.
Emma A. Chang, Llhuo, Kaual.149,600
Ida Williams, Pain, Maul 1 30,410
Hnlbtna Fernandez, Pnla, Maul.130,720
Lellanl Weight, Walluku, Maul.127.73Q
Graco Chang, Llhue, Knunl ...110,360
Leslie Lewis, Kaliulut, Mnut ..103,490
Mrs. N'uncr Hoback, Keanao,
Hoso Hocking, I'ala, Mnul .... 96,620
Mattle Jordan, Kekaha, Kuuai. 96,420
Mrs. W. J. Goodhue, Kalaupa-
pa, Molokui 94,60
Stella Padgett, Makawell,
Rachel T. Klukoua, Peahl, Maul 90,850
Adeline Corren, Llhue 84,260
Miss E. B. Edwards, Kilauea,
Miss L. Keating, Klluueu, Kttial 43,000
Miss II. Tefft, Kilauea. Kauai.. 3,840
Miss Wllcux, Walluku 2,000
''4 4 4 444444
DISTHICT MO. i. 4.
4 Consists of all of the Island 4
4 or Hawaii. 4
4 PHIZES I 4
4 The prizes that must be won 4
4 In this dUtrlct are mi
4 perfect $100 diamond ring; a 4
4 "Itemlngton" plujer-plano; a 4
4 solid gold luil 13' watch and a 4
4 round trip to Kilauea or Hono- 4
lulu und return. .Wlnnera of the 4
pluycr-plunos have the privilege 4
of choosing a round trip to Sun 4
Frunulst'o, with a stay of ten 4
duys In the Western Metropolis. 4
All district's have an equal 4
chanco for the Capital prize 1912 4
Ilegul" automobile. .4
444444- 4 4
Amy P. Williams. Hllo 168,090
Helen Wutson, Olau 166,070
Alice H. Qutlin, Kolmlu 165,870
Mrs, Mury T. Lclte, Hllo 163,430
Queenio Sharrat, Kamuela ....159,730
Mulunle M. Coleman, Kolmlu.. 154,340
Kuualoha Akana, Hllo 153,260
Mrs. John dabeler, Holtiulou.. 143,950
Muruea Kamakawlwoole, Mono-
Mollle Thomas, Hllo 116,260
Jennie Ouspar, llonomu 105,620
Mary N'ulllina, Kurtlstown .... 97,620
Mrs. Maude Sission, Mt. View.. 94,940
Lily Mobry, Laupuhoehoe .... 94,720
Murla Hell, Kuwalhno 93,540
Louise do llama, Kolmlu 92,690
Mrs. E. S. Cnpellas, Hakuluu,, 91,980
Mrs. P. C. Deamor, Hllo 90,570
Annie Nupler, Hllo 87.490
Mrs. Gloria Quint, Hllo 51.640
Louise Meluecke, Walohluu ...' 41,640
Emily Ewallko, Hllo 41,420
Mrs. Wm. J. Stone, Hllo 41,110
Jennie Williams, Kohala 36,000
Alice Huttle, Hllo 23,410
Hutu Elderts, Kapoho 3,640