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CVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1912.
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS REMAIN
OF BULLETIN'S BIG CAMPAIGN
INCREASING OF LASTSGALE OF VOTES PROVES GREATEST INCENTIVE OF
-CONTEST ONLY FORTY-EIGHT HOIS LEFT AFTER TODAY - HONO
LULU AND THE ENTIRE TERRITORY UNDERGOING A THOR
OUGH CANVASSING NARROW MARGIN OF VICTORY
EXPECTED IN ALL DISTRICTS
Personality, Personal And Town Pride Big Factors In Race
Contestants Have Lined Up Home Communities Belvnd Them
and With Undiminished Ardor and Energy are Working
as Though' Their Lives Depended Upon Their Efforts
During These Last Two Days And Their CONTEST
LIVES DO DEPEND UPON THEIR EFFORTS NOW.
Enthused to a point bordering upon frenzv and aroucJ to the opportunities
of this contest as though it were an important political campaign, battling with
cery ounce of strength at their command to hold their places and timing to
rise by dint of hard and earnest work, contestants in the Bulletin's
GRAND POPULARITY CAMPAIGN are rapidl approaching their
goal. But two more da)s remain of the BIGGEST AND MOST IM
PORTANT newspaper campaign ccr held in Hawaii, one that has aroused
an interest throughout the Territory and even to ditant points, not onl) be
came of the many popular young women entered, but becaue of the many
handsome and valuable awards in store for the real workers, and the few hours
that remain before the call of "Time" arc being ued to immense advantage
by those who are determined to win. not only because of their pride and self
satisfaction in proving energetic enough to win over the field, but also because
of the magnificent rewards in store for them and the fact that the splendid
support accorded them by their friends will not allow them to lay down or
ceae their efforts with the goal almost reached.
The Big Factors In the Race. , . , , . i i
Personality, personal pride and town pride, hand in hand with energy and
perseverance, are going to cut a wide swath in this race. Everywhere con
testants have lined up their home communities behind them and this spirit of
rivalry between various communities is proving of vast assistance to the deter
mined ones. In every town, which is represented by a candidate, practically
the entire citizenship of that particular community is taking a personal interest
in the contest and the campaign of its favorite, and this is what is going to
boost numbers of the candidates to the top.
Manv Subscriptions Being Secured.
Every foot 6i the territory of Honolulu and Oahu and the other islands ol
I lawaii. Molokai. Kauai and Maui is now undergoing a thorough canvassing,
and it is safe to sav that any subscription that is oveilooked will be one that is
buried. One voung woman came in vestcrday. and declared that she had got
every subscription in her territory." as she expressed it- About an hour later
another voung woman entered the contest office with 1 EN subscriptions all
secured in the territory covered by the one who had got all. What the
second contestant had done, the first could have accomplished equally as well.
And so it goes, all over ihe Territory. 'The one who is really anxious and
determined to win gels there in spite of everything. Literally in handfulls are
subscriptions being brought in. showing the energetic work being done.
A'orroD- Margin of Victory. . .
The narrow margin of victory by which the prizes will be won. judging by
present indications. mas even the smallest subscription of the utmost va ue.
and. realizimj lh fact, contestants are taking no rest, but are conducting their
campaigns as though their lives depended upon their efforts during these last
days. And their contest lives surely do depend upon their energy during these
last two davs.
Important to Contestants.
Merely as a matter of caution and 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 Inch 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. All 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 vour voles, laVc
the precaution of finding out exactly what lime 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 ofrfhem 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.
Ohly Two More Days
Great Bulletin Contest
THE TIME TO ACT IS AT HAND
JUST NOTICE THAT-
TFiree NEW Subscriptions for Six Months will
netou 75,000 votes.
Three NEW Subscriptions for One Year will
give you 120,000 votes.
Five NEW Subscriptions for One Year will give
200,000 votes. . '
One NEW Five-Year Subscription will giveyou
FOREIGN: POSTPAID '
One NEW Subscription for One Year will give
you 46,000 votes.
Five NEW Subscriptions for ohe ear will give
ou 230,000 votes.
Stop and think what a few subscriptions will do
under this LAST GREAT FINAL SCALE OF
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Consists of Honolulu and the
Ifllnnd of Onhu from tho cenlor
of Nuuunu Street. West.
TI10 prizes that must be won
In tills district nro an elegant
"Remington" plnyer-plano; n
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
solid gold IndlcB' watch und n
round trip to Kllauea or Mono-
lulu and return. .Winners of tho
plnyer-planos liavi the privileges
of choosing a round trip to Sun
Kranclsco, with a stuy of ten
days In the Western Metropolis. '
All districts have an cqunl 4
clinnce for the Capital prize 1012
"Itcgal" automobile. .
Mrs. David Ki Wntson, Wnlaimo.1 05,790
Mrs. D. I. McGregor, 31 Iilsbop
Mrs. II. Ilnrrls, Scholleld Ilks.. 159,440
Mrs J. K. Hiram, Parker Ijinc.lB8.790
Ulna Nlepur, 1221 N. King ....tr4,240
Helen Notley, 3 23 Ilncklo Ijine.13S.900
Alolc I'rostldKU, 1201 I'ua Uinc.137.240
.flertrudn Wntson, 245 School. .127,120
'Alhertn Whollcy, Kort Shafter. 123.920
Gcrnlillne Neumann, 2010
I .Nmmtiil 123.G40
Madeline M'CnlitlleHS, Mo.inaliin.102,400
Marie Wond, Knlihl 100,200
Mrs. Ceo. Kinney, Watertovvn.. 99,260
Thclma I.lndley, Sacred Henit
J Academy, Kalmukl 98,990
Amy Avvnl, Walulua 9C.3G0
Miss M. Tanakn, Alca 90,040
KM mi Uluulielc, 173.r, Llllliu . . 9G.940
Kvn Kealohn, Children's Hosp.. 95,040
Olyinpla Sllva, llcretunla St. .. 93.0G0
l.lbulo K. Meek, 2330 Mllha .. 93,400
i:islo Off, Alea 92.8C0
Martha Kenloha, Iuilel 91,890
Marlon A. Fuuth, 2505 Hose .. 85,090
,Hoso Solomon, 1731 Llllha .... 81,780
Julia Landlord, 1725 Llllha ... 70,480
Rebecca Iopa, Wulanuo 71,490
Metn Patterson, Alfa 67,990
Sarah llouclitallltiK. 11 Hobello
i Lane 63.090
'Mrs. W. Oalbralth, 1628 Llllha. 61,650
Elizabeth Kaleka, Knllhl-kal .. 52,440
Mrs. Dan Houghtalllng, 1035
1 Morris Lane 40,570
Mrs. Sherry Tynn. 1434 Llllha. 39,480
Mrs. Job. Kennedy. Ft. Shatter 30,430
Alice Ho, 1234 S. Vineyard ....29,340
Mrs. Annie Haughton, 1725
' Llllha 22,530
Mrs. Otto Wlsscnbcrry, Scuo-
i Held Uarracks 22,000
Lily Chlng, 1511 Kauluvvcla
I Lano 20,360
Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn. Scholleld
I Ilarracks 15,420
Nellie Yen Lee, 1078 Judd St... 10.580
Helen Zerbe. DavlB & Co 8,710
' Kutli Yap, Kauluwelu Lano 2,160
Olivia Houghtalllng, Houghtall
lng Hoad 2,060
I Jennie Williams, Vineyard St.. 2.000
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Consists of Honolulu and the
! Inland of Oahu from the center
of Nuuunu Street, East.
The prizes that muBt be won
In this district aro un elegant
"Remington" player-piano; a
' perfect S100 diamond ring; a
solid gold ladles' watch and n
v round trip to Kllauea or Hono- v
lulu and return. .Winners of the
v nlaver-iilutins hnvo ttiA iilvltptrn !
Klcniior Halt, Lord & Young. .161,100 Kranclsco, with n stny of ten
Kvclyn de la Nux. Klnau St. ..163,490 days In the Western Metropolis.
Daisy McKcague, 1566 Kceau- I All districts have an equal
mokii 162,170 chnnco for the Capital prlzo 1912
Matilda M Enos, Manna Vnlley.160,110 "Regal" automobile.
Diirothy O. Wood, Seosldo Hotel 155.040
Palmira Mnttoq, 1683 Lnso ...151,360
Mrs. Nnnl Kennu, l'nlolo 118,880
Mrs. Winters, Junction Candy I , Wo(lehouBe ,WalIukUi
Storo 144,910 ... ire in,
Couzlo Soimi, Sanitary Steam '"' ........160,310
Lnundry 143,370 M'811 " ' Aklnu, Wulioen,
Clarissa Ciiminlligs. WnlklRI ..136,370 Kauul 105,820
Paulino Voeller. 830 Young St.. 128,250 toulso Robinson, l'ala. Maul. .164,280
Ida Fernandez, Young St 128.020 Mrs. II. A. Ilelcbelt, Llhue
Mis1? Akal, (lren Lane 125,960 Knunl 160090
Louise Zerbe. Lowers & Cooke.1 23,330 ... ... KnnllI..,.- irn'r.sn
Elizabeth Nlclson, 1407 Nuunnu.118.C80 cm.i Akin. Knlaupapa 1C0.580
Mrs. Kenla Kaal Carter, Hon. Ulv "'. "na 100,280
Iron Works 116,910 Addle Carley, l'ala, Maul 159,510
Miss Yiimumoto, 25 Hotel St... 110,200 Mrs. A. M. Dd VIco, Kckaha.
Rose Lo Hong, 1436 Alcxnnder.108,190 Knual 158 170
Carrlo Dunn, Ccntrnl Grammar ,, ,, , ' "' .. "
ScIloo, 103.640 Mnry Nunes' l'ala, Mnul 158,000
Agnes AylcttV'KlnB St'.'!!'.!!!!l0l!710 ' Kc-ohl Hart, Wnlluku, Maul.164,880
Adele Wlcke, lleretanla St. ...100,680 Ilertba Heifers, Makawell
Eillth 11 I'ratt, 1C31 Kaplolaiil.100.040 Kuunl 150,630
Allco l'aklko, Koliilnnl Home.. 97,720 Adeline Hoie, Lalinlna 149,620
Knlherlno Robins, Kulmukl ... 93,720 ..... A rilnn t ,. K,ln, .. rnn
Evelyn Heart. 1433 Kaplolnnl. . 92,720 ",; cll"nf. '"'"O. Kaual.149,500
Avis Windsor, Illackshear's Ida Williams, Pala, Maul 136.410
Hat Shop 92,340 ll.ilblna Fernandez, Pala, Maul.130,720
Mary All ring. Normal School. 90,690 udinn Weight, Walhiku, Maul.127,730
1:MeadIlr0W", Y,W-C-A n!" 87430 0ruc0 Clla"B' I'"'llc. Kttunl ..."O.ar.0
Agues' m! jdl'nVson, V252 Young. 8o!960 J'08'10 'wls, Knliulul, Maul ..103,490
Miss Riley, Moann Hotel 86,890 Mrs. Nancy Robnck, Keanao,
Mrs. Oraco Elson, 618 N. King. 72,170 Maul 99.900
Minnie Larson, 479 Hotel St... 71,770 Roso Hocking, l'ala, Maul .... 90,520
Rachel Wllklns 1885 Kalakaua 71.180 MoUo ori Keknlm( Kaua. flo420
Daisy Smith, 1450 Fort iO,420 ,.,,.. .- .
Maraca F. McChung. Fort St. .. 65,910 Irs- W. J. aoodbue, Kalaupa-
Elizabeth Daniels, Arlclght's .. 61,960 P". Molokai 94,670
Marjorlo McQuIre, Olllco Sup- Stella Padgett, Makawell,
Bly Co 61,500 Kauai , , 92,700
Eva Gonsulves, 648 S. Uerctnnla 60,920 Rachel T. Klakona, I'cahl, Maul 90,850
Henrietta Arrudu. 939 S. Queen 69,210 Ade,In Co IJhu 84 2C0
Mollle lllock, 451 Hotel 69,050 '
Mrs. Jas. Rice, lllom's 65,890 W'a E. Edwards. Kllauea,
Mrs. II S. Sykcs, Ft. lluger .. 65,490 Kulml 8'.C40
Mollle Mossman, Island Curio Miss L. Keating, Kllauea, Ktual 43,000
Storo 62,780 Miss II. Tefft, Kllauea. Kauai.. 3,840
Minnie Todd, Hawaiian News M,S8 WCox.,Walluku 2.000
Mrs. l'aul Smith. Sucti's Ury'
Goods Co 50,000
Murlo L. Lewis, 1575 I.usltana 47,420 DISTRICT NO. i.
Mrs. Dr. Tuttle, Ft. Do Hussy.. 45,390 Consists of all of the Island
Ethel Cannon, Bach's Dry of Hawaii.
Goods Co 42,640 l'RIZESt
Mrs. Rutniun, Jordan's 42,490 ti,0 prizes that must be won
Lulu Drummond, 679 TroBpect n this district are un
8t 4U.su perfect 1100 diamond ring; a
Ada Kershner, 1177 Alakea St. 33,460 "Remington" plajer-plano; a
Mrs. Hessen, Fort De Russy... 31,860 Bolld gold lailles' watch and a
Wllhelmlna Illnckle, Illshop & round trip to Kllauea or Hono-
Co 31,240 lulu and return. .Winners of the
Margaret Kramer, Illackshear's l'lavcr-planos have the privilege
Hat Shoi : 30,500 "f CM00slnK " round ,rl t0 San
, . , , r 1 ,.,,,, ' Francisco, with a stny of ten
MrnSnut iu,;;;::: S rSSS
I11.n. fl11 tfnlnlnnl llmnn 1J !M HCIJUI HUIUU1UUIIB. T
i 1 W Ct 11 ""'l I1UIUIHIII . .,-w J..J.LJ.J.,AiB.J.J.
Mrs. I. Miyake, 1238 Fort .... 14.260
Lydla Ng, 2427 Llllha 12,890
AII..A llrlr1:unni1. Kntlllnnl
jlomo 12,850 IIulm Wntson, Olna 166,070
Hilda Smith," lVs'o Fort 6,680 Allco It. Qulnn, Kohala 165,870
Elizabeth Hugo, Kawalalmo Mrs. Mary f. Lclte, IIIIo 103,430
f,"llimry .," i ; CV ' ' ' S'ftnn1 Qucenle Sharrut, Kamuela .... 1 69,730
Edith Nuonc, Kawalalmo St. .. 4,000 .,, , , .,,.,,
MrB M Rnndall, Engleslde Malnnle M, Colcmun, Kohala.. 154,340
Apts 3,040 riuiinionii AKuiia, llllo 153,201)
5. All votes and remittances must be mailed hy V p. m. next Saturday
night. June 22, in order to count in the contest. The postmark on the en
velope or the 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. TI US IS
AN INVIOLABLE RULE OF THE CONTEST AND UNDER,
NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL II 15L UKUKLIN
When Final Votes Wil Be Counted.
The final ccunt 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 Bul
letin, 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. Battersby, advertising manager
of Sachs & Co., These gentlemen, 1
whose standing and reputation in Honolulu is beyond question, have kindly 1
consented to canvass the votes for the final count, and their selection insures
everv candidate an absolutely fair and impartial count. This count will be I
'public, and candidates', their friends, and others interested in the contest are
invited to be present.
No Afore Votes Returned.
OwiniJ to the uncertainty of mail reaching candidates in time to be re
turned fo'.' the final count, the Contest Department will acknowledge by
letter all vouv and remittances received from candidates from this time on,
hut 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 to far. 'This applies only to subscriptions sent in to us by I
Prizes for Evcru District.
So not lose sight of the fact that there are prizes for everv district enual
in number and value. In each district will be awarded a $550 "Remington"
Honolulu and return. Candidates do not compete with candidates in othe
I .!.-!. 1. t - .1. . ". 1 PI I r I 1 IIFIPO 11 t Itlnrinnt mni
, u.m ,. CM,,, or me v,ap..ai rnze ivi iVLWvL UlNUtlOLUINU ,, of cho6tfus a round trip to San
Automobile. INow is your chance to win one of these handsome awards, and rranclsco, with a stay of ten
the greater clfort you put forth the greater your reward will be, "LOW , days In the Western Metropolis.
AIM. NOT FAILURE. IS A CRIME."
Something Important Second Payments.
Now is the time 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 tin: . rip'on to a year. Ycu received 10,000
I votes on this first payment, but now, under the final vote-scale, by getting
I this person to pay an additional $4.00, for six months, making a year in all,
Amy F. Williams, Hilo 168,090
Ethel Cnrtor. Emma St
Margaret Fowler, Kawalalmo
Eva McCorrlston, 1904 Punch
bowl Miss Keating, Illshop & Co. ...
Florence I.u 1 Ian. I'imuhou. ...
DISTRICT NO. 8.
2.400 Mrs. John Oabelcr, Holualoa.. 143,950
Maraea Kumakuwlwoole, Hono-
Mollle Thomas. Illlo 116,260
Jennie Caspar, Hoiiomu 105,020
M.uy Nalllmu, Kurtistown .... 97,62(1
Miu. Maude Slsslon, Mt. View.. 94,940
Lily Mobry, Uiupahoehoe .... 94,720
'Maria Hell, Kuwallmo 93.540
All districts have an equal
chance for the Capital prize 1912 4
r "Regal" automobile.
Consists of tho
Kuual und Maul.
The prizes that must be won
! In tills district are an elegant
"Remington" player-ulano; u
! perfect $100 diamond ring; a
solid gold ladlCB' watch and a
round trip to Kllauea or Hono-
lulu and return. .Winners of tho
plnyor-plunos linvo tho privilege
of choosing a round trip to S.111
Islands of 1-oulso do llama, Kohala 92,590
1.11.... 1 a r... .Aline llnlrolnt. AtflSn
Mrs. 1'. C. Ucamer, Illlo 90,670
A1111I0 Napier, Illlo 87,490
Mrs. Gloria Qiilul, Illlo 61,640
Loulso Mclnecke, Wulohinu. ... 41,640
Emily Ewallko, Illlo 41,420
Mrs. Win. J. Stone, Hilo 41,110
Jennie. Williams, Kohala 36,000
Alice Huttie, Hilo 23,410
Ruth Elderts, Kapoho 3,640
you secure the difference between the 10,000 already received, and the
1U.UUU votes now given lor a new yearly subscription, or 30,000 votes for
the additional $4.00. These count up big right now, and NOW IS WHEN
YOU NEED VOTES. WITH THE FINISH SO CLOSE. This
"Second Payment" ruling applies to any new subscription you may secure,
and aUo on old subscriptions. In fact, it vvoiks out to such a great extent
that vou cannot probably appreciate to what extent these will reach until vou
J start working for extended subscriptions. Mark all such subscriptions "SEC
' OND PAYMENT" to ma'e certain ycu receive all ihe votes to .which you
No Deviation From Regular Rules.
Now is an appropriate time to notify everv candidate that there will be
absolutely no deviation from the regular rules in handling subscriptions at
the dese. Every subscription must be written out on the stubs, if possible,
I furnished for that purpose, as has been done in the nasi, and must be ac'-i
companied by the full amount of the subscription. Names and addresses'
must be written plainly and absolutely correct, a: 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 in mind c andidates will be certain to make no
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 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 prizes.
Look Over Your Standings Carefully.
The standings which appear below include everv rounon. everv subscrip
tion ballot and every vote cast, with the exception of those which have been
returned, during the campaign up to Noon Sunday. These votes will not
FINAL SCALE OF VOTES
VALUE OF SUBSCKII'TION 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 J) .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 6.000 3,000
One Year 8.00 40,000 20,000 Three Years .... 3.00 6.000 4.000
Two Years 16.00 75,000 45,000 Four Years 4.00 25,000 12,500
Three Years ,...24.00 115,000 65",000 Five Year 5.00 30,000 15,000
Four Years 32.00 165,000 90,000
rive Years 40.00 240,000 125,000 Foreign Post-paid;
Foreign Post-paid; One Year 2.00 5,000 3,000
$ne Year 12.00 46,000 23,000 Two Years 4.00 25,000 12,500
Two Years 24,00 100,000 60,000 . ... .. r. Rnn ,n000 15000
Three Years 36.00 175,000 95.000 Three Years ....6.00 30,000 15,000
Four Years 48.00 290,000 150,000 Four Years 8.00 40,000 20,000
Five Years 60.00 325,000 175,000 Five Years 10.00 45,000 30,000
nlaver-niano or a round trip to San I'rancisco. a handsome and nerfect $100 be counted aeain. as the final count will be of ihe rrsrrvp.vntr nf rnndM.-iips.
t diamond ring, a solid gold ladies' watch and a round trip to Kllauea or which will be deposited in the ballot-box during this weelt.
Ounglry from the WttMy Bulletin to the Daily will te considered a MW subscription.
ulscriptlons must U sent ly null, poUat 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
nfca tf. jjfr'J!!.,.. aaJift, y rife , ff,it
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A.mk.teitrttmtuT mt M rlrtlpt sagiuBi, ,-JKii
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