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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1012,
THE LA ST DA Y Of THE
AT 9 O'CLOCK TONIGHT THE GREAT BATTLE OF BALLOTS WILL END-LAST
CHANCE THE MAIN CHANCE OF ALL CANDIDATES-SUBSCRIPTIONS N
RECEIVED AFTER 9 P.M. WILL DE WORTHLESS, AS THE
DOORS WILL BE CLOSED AT THAT HOUR-ALL PRES
ENT AT THAT TIME , HOWEVER, WILL
BE WAITED ON
Country Subscription Mailed By- 9 p. m. Will Be Accepted
When Final Voles Will Be Gounlcd.
No More Voles Relumed.
Owing to llic uncertainty of mail reaching candidates in lime 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, I
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 so far. This applies only to subscriptions sent in to us by '
AIM. NOT FAILURE. IS A CRIME."
Something Important Second Payments.
Now is the time when Second Payments nro of the prcileO v.-ilmv P"nr
instance. Suppose a person who subscribed and paid $4.00 for six months, I
can be induced to extend thi ui' riplon to & year. You received 10,000,
votes on this first payment, but now, under the final vote-scale, by getting
this person to pay an additional $4.00, for six months, making a year in all, I
you secure the difference between the 10,000 already received, and the
40,000 votes now given for a new yearly subscription, or 30,000 voles 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 alo on old subscriptions. In fact, it works out to such a great extent
that vou cannot probably appreciate to what extent these will reach until you
start working for extended subscriptions. Mark all such subscriptions "SEC
OND PAYMENT" to male certain you rcccic all the votes to which you
Klorcnco Abbey, Kaullunl Home 16,210
Albertn Miller, Kululanl Homo 14.2G0
Mrs. 1. Mlyuko. 1238 Fort .... 14,260
Lydla Ng. 2427 Llllha 12,890
Alice Hrickwood, Kaullunl
Hilda Smith, 1450 Port ........ 5,080
Elizabeth Hugo, Kawalnhao
Edith Nuoue, Kuwulalmo St. .. 4,000
Mr a. M, Ilandall, Hugleslde
titS Carter, Emma St. 2,400
Murgurot Fowler, Kawulahao
Kva McCorrlston, 1904 Punch-
Miss Keating, Illshop & Co. ... 2,000
Florence I.u Han, 1'unahou.... 2,000
IHHTHKT NO. I.
EVhRYTHING IN READINESS FOR THE FINAL FINISH
FINAL C0UUNT IN BULLETIN OFFICE AT 8 P. M. NEXT
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26 TODAY IS THE TIME FOR EF
FORT THAT WINS.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO CANDIDATES.
Ecry subscription turned in today will he investigated, as has been done in
the past, and ALL VOTLS SECURED ON OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS
'I URNED IN AS NEW WILL BE CANCELLED. 1 1 US IS A SUF
FICIENT WARNING TO PREVEN I ERRRORS.
TI IE LAST CI IANCE.
THE LAST DAY Or BALLOI INC.
'I ONIGI IT AT 9 O'CLOCK TI IE POLLS WILL CLOSE IN
THE GRAND POPULARI 1 Y CAMPAIGN OF THE BULLE
TIN, the GREA'IESF NEWSPAPER CAMPAIGN EVER
I IELD IN HAWAII. Promptly at the hour of 9 the doors of the con
test office will be locked and no more will be admitted lo the office. All
these in the office at this time, however, will be given an opportunity to trans-1
act their business, but bear in mind, none will be admitted after 9 o'clock. j
But th'e last chance is alwavs the best. One supreme, final effort during
lutely fair and impartial lines, and the best campaigners are going to win. It
w ill be a pleasure for The Bulletin to award these magnificent prizes
lo the ones who have earned them and we feel sure that they will be no less
appreciated by those who receive them.
TODAY. SATURDAY. IS THE LAST DAY I.
TONIGHT IS THE LAST CHANCEI
Remember that for every thousand votes you have to deposit in the ballot
box today, your nearest rival may have two thousand. Get your votes in
early, if ou have not already done so, and go out after more. '"
Remember that vou h.ivc hundreds of friends who have been Watchinf you
and perhaps working for vou, and who want to see you win. It is entirely
up to you to do jour level best lo vindicate llieir support of you.
The fighter who makes the best stand at the last ditch is the one whom
Victory loves lo honor. 1 he ballots jou may unexpectedly pick up during
these last few hours arc the ones which may mean victory for vou. Today
is the lime for1 effort that wins.
Important lo Contestants.
Merely as a matter of caution and to assist candidates in every way lo
receive the full benefit of their work, are these lines minted. It is of the
utmost importance that every contestant, and particularly contestants outside
One Given in Each District
these last hours may win vou the prize which you have been vvorong fori of Honolulu, read and weigh every word of it. We would dislike to see
ipon securing. I he friends who have responded anjonc lose votes because ol the excitement which will surely
and have set vour heart upon
with support before can hardly refuse at the moment when a little helping
may mean victory.
Necessity of Bang Early.
Too much strcts cannot be laid upon the necessity of getting your sub
scriptions in as early as possible, for every moment will be taken up with
some candidate and lur friends. Get jour subscriptions in as early as pos
sible, and jou will he sine of their being placed to jour credit, and still
limp limp Uh lo snend i.i ucttina a few more. Nothing can be gained by
holding off unjil the last moment, and jou risk the chance of not' reaching ,
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 your voles, 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 voles should be addressed directly to the Con-
DISTINCT NO. 2.
Consists of Honolulu anil the
Island of Oatm from the center
of Nuuanu Street, East.
The prizes that must be won
In tills district are an elegant
"ItemlnEton" player-piano; a
perfect J100 diamond rim;: u
Holld gold Indies' watch and u
5 round trip to Kllnticn or llono-
lulu mid return. .Winners of tlm
pluvpr-plunos hnvo the privllepo A
of choosing a round trip to Han A
Francisco, with n stay of ten
days In the Western Metropolis
All districts liuvn mi fount
4- .;. chanco for thu Capital prize 1912
uiSTitirr M). i.
ConslstH of Honolulu and the
Island of Oahu ftom the center Eleanor Holt, I.ord & Youne. -164,100
Consists of the Islands of
Kauai and Maul.
The prizes that must be won
l this district arc an elegant
"Itpmlngton" pluver-ulano; n
perrect Jioo diamond ring; a
olid gold ladles' watch and u
round trip to Kllauea or Mono-
lulu and return. .Winners ot the
player-pianos have the privilege.
of choosing a round trip to San
Francisco, with a stay of ten
days In the Wostern Metropolis.
All districts hnve an enual
chance for the Capital prize 1912
Evelyn do In Nux, Klnau St. ..1C3.490
Daisy McKeague, 1556 Kecau-
us in time by delaying. Absolute secrecy will be maintained in regard to te, Manager" at the Evening Bulletin olfice. This is lo insure absolute
wlut ,-nrli contestant his turned in. as has been done in the past. The Con'
test Department is completely equipped with a force sufficient lo lake care
of the rush of business. ' j
Announcement of Winners. j
The final count w.hich will determine the winners, will lake place Wcd-j
nesday evening, June 26, at 8 o'clock p. in., in the business office of thej
Bulletin. 1 his count will be a public one and will be in charge of
Messrs. John Soper of the Hawaiian News Co., Oliver Lansing, the local'
'real estate operator; Geo. B. Curtis, Manager of (ordan h Co., and Wm.
Battersby, advertising manager of Sachs h Co. Every candidate and her i
friends are invited to be present and hear the announcement of the winners.:
This announcement will also be published in Thursday afternoon's issue.
with a complete standing of every candidate for the entire contest.
A Literal Avalanche of voles.
Since the last count a literal avalanche of voles has poured in each day
and the final rush his been and will surely continue to be a big one right up
to the closing minute. 1 he uncertainty has surely stimulated every candi
date to increase her vote-total by securing every subscription possible, for
each has realized that her competitors were doing the very same thing. The
battle of ballots has waged at a heart-breaking pace these last few days audi
many surprises will surely be sprung by some of the quiet but steady workers.
Surprises Calcre and Disappointments.
Of course, llicrc will be surprivs galore and disappointments when the J
result is announced, who knows how many dark horses, to use an apt
political expression, may forge to the front as a result of the final hours of
balloting today? Some fair contestant may lose the prize she has coveted
by just a few votes and some may win by the same narrow margin. Each
candidate should do all in her power to add to her total of votes today, so
that, if defeated, the will have no regrets over a failure to ta'e advantage of
an opportunity to win one of the magnificent awards. She should be able to
say she has done her very best and the result was not her fault.
llanaits Crcalest Contest.
.Without a single exception, The Bulletin contest has been the great
accuracy and prevent any of them from going astray,
4. Be sure that jtur 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 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. THIS IS
NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL IT BE BROKEN.
v of Nuuanu Street. West.
The. nrlzes that must be won
In this dlstilct are an elegant ......... .","".''."'"."." "'-"'.'.'." ".-!!'..
"Hemliigton" phiyer-nhino: n '"""" l ': '' V".' "m"m al,UJ ,uu'"u
, perfect $100 diamond ring; u ''"'rotliy a. Wood. Seaside Ilotcl.155,040
solid gold Indies' watch and u I'ulliilia Muttos, 1G83 I.uho ...151,'jGO
round trip to Kllauea or Hono- 4 Mrs, Nnnl Keiinu, I'alolo 148,880
lulu and return. .Winners, of the "Mrs. Winters, Junction Candy
I player pianos liavi the, prvlleg Store 144,910
I of choosing a. round trip to San ,Couzle Soimi, Snnltary Steam
j Francisco, "villi u stay of ten ,' .I-aundry 113,370
dnys In the Western Metropolis. Clnrlssu Cummliigs, Walklki ..13G.370
, All districts liavs an eipial i
I chance for the Capital prize 1912
; "Itegal" automobile.
FINAL SCALE OF VOTES
VALUE OF SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS
Amount Votes Qlyen.
Price. New, Old.
VII, I.. to.,. y ., , '-to
111 roe Months ... 2.UU 5.0J0
Six Months 4.00 25,000
On,e Year 8.00 40,000
Two Year 10.00 75,000
Three Years ....24.00 115,000
est ever attempted in the Territory and has moved an unnreeedented irrr Four Years 32-00 165,000
from the very first day. No similar campaign ever conducted in Hawaii by , r,vo Yeari 400 240'000 125'000
any newspaper has aroused greater public interest in the candidates, and each Foreign Post-paid;
Ins her special coterie of friends anil acquaintances who are exerting every I One Year 12.00 43,000 23,000
effort, as they have done throughout the contest, to help her during these J Two Years 24.00 100,000 50,000
lat few hours, Many are going to reap the fruits of their well-planned cam-'Thre Year 360 175,000 95.000
pium, and many are going to be curprised when they witness the work that , ; ; . ; gJ $$
IS being" done for llitm. As an example of tins one man came into the of fice
Amount Votes Given,
jno Viar i.JU J,U0U
, wo Y iai s .uO o.uuo
three Years .... J.00 o.uuO
rour Yeais t.uO 29,000
Five Years 5.00 30,000
One Year 2,00 5,000
Two Years 4.C0 25,000
Three Years 6.00 30,000
I'uullno Vouller, 830 Young SUiaS.-TiO
Ida Fernandez, Young St 128,030
Miss Altai, Green Lano 125,960
Louise Zerbo, Lowers & Cooko.123,330
Kllzubeth Nlolsou, 1407 Nuuanu.118,680
Mrs. Kcala Kaal Carter, Hon.
lion Works UC,940
Miss Yamnmoto, 25 Hotel St. .110,200
ltoso I-e, Hong, 1430 Alexunder.108,190
Carrie 'Dunn, Central Urammar
Agnes Aylott, King St 101,710
AUele Wlcko, lleretuula St. ...100,080
JMIth i:. Pratt. 1G31 KaploIaul.100.G40
Alice I'uklko, Kululanl Homo.. 97,720
Kutlierlno Robins, Knlmukl ... 93,720
Hvulyu Heart, 1433 Kaptolanl.. 92,720
Avis Windsor, Illacksliear'B
Hat Shoi 92,340
Mary Ah I'lug, Normal School 90.V90
IWna ltrown, Y.W.C.A. Home
Agnes M. Johnson, 1252 Young 80,'JCO
Miss Hlley, Moana Hotel 86,890
Mrs, Urare Elson, G18 N. King. 72,170
Minnie Larson, 479 Hotel St... 71.770
Hachel Wllklns. 1885 Kalakaim 71,180
Olvmnlii Sllvn. Heretuiilii St. .. 93.OG0 Iwlsy Smith. 1450 Fort 70,420
Llbble K, Meek, 2330 1.1 Ilia .. 93.400 Aiaraea r. nicuiiung. I'ori hi. .. o:.,vm
i:u..t.. f ...... .,. ann l.-tlvnl,a, h lltinipla A rlnli'lit'a KltlUll
. . I'.ibiu Ull, Mlt'll , (.... i y,oou .-..m.. .-.....,, .......... .,vuu
0ld Martha Keulohu, Ivvflel ,. 91,890 Mnrjorle McOuIre, Office Sup-
Murlou A. Fuuth, 2501 Huso .. 85,090 liy lo oi,duu
Rose Solomon. 1731 Llllha .... 81.780 Evu Oonsulves, 648 S. Uerctanla 66,920
, .,.. Julia Landford. 1725 Llllhu ... 7G.480 Henrietta Arruda. 939 S. Queen 59,210
' Hebeccn Ioim. Wnlanuo 71.490 Mollle Illock451 Hotel 59,050
3.wvl jietu 1'uttorsqn. Alea C7.990 Mrs. Jub. HIR, Ulom's 55,890
4.UUJ Snrah IlouglitalllnB, 11 Hobello Mrs. K S. Sykes, Ft. linger .. 65,490
.. - il A HI stilts tfAoeninti f tilnnl f a
,i..,n i-ane , ,. ua.u'ju uuo ,,uopu,ui,, .oiui.u mtu
Mrs. W. aulbrutth. 1628 Llllha. 01.050 Store 52,780
15.000 Elizabeth Kulekn. Kallhl-kul .. 52.440 Minnie Todd, Huvvallnn News
Mrs. Dan Ilouglitalllng, 1035 w uu.siu
Morris Lune 40,570 Mrs. Paul Smith, Sactrs Dry
Mrs. Sherry Tjnn. 1434 Llllha, 39,480 doods Co 50,000
Xf.a Ia Ifnnnailv l.-l HlmMnr rin iHt) Mfirln I, I.nwlft. 1575 T.linltnnn 47.4'JO
'uuu Alice Ho. 1234 S. Vllioynrd ....29.340 Mrs, Dr. Tuttle, Ft. Do Hussy,. 45,390
12,500 Mrs. Annie Hnughton, 1725 ' Ethel Cannon, Sach's Dry
Mrs. David K. Watson, Wnlnnao.1G5,790
Mrs. D. P. McGregor, 31 lllshop
Mrs. II. Harris, .Scholleld Dks., 159,440
Mrs J. K. Hlrnm, Parker Ijinc.158,790
lllnn Nloper, 1221 N. King ,...154,240
I Helen Notley, 3 23 Ilucklc Uino.138,900
'Alolo Prestldge. 1201 Pua Ijine.137,240
(lertrude Watson, 245 School., 127,120
Alberjn Whollcy, Fort Shufter. 123,920
Ceialdlne Neumann, 2016
Madeline M'Cundless, Monnaliia.102,400
Marie Wond, Kalllil 100,200
Mrs, Gen. Kinney, .Watertowii., 99.2G0
, Tlielma Llndley, Sacred, I leal t
) Academy, Kalmukl 98,990
Amy Anal. Wululuu 96.360
Miss M. Tanukn, Alea .',1)0.010
EduaUluuhele, 1735 1.1111m ... 96,940
Evu Keulohn, Children's llosp,. 95,640
15.000 Llllha 22.530 Goods Co 42,510
8 00) 40000 20000 Mrs. Otto WIsBenberry, Scho- Mrs. Itutiunn, Jordan's 42,490
1 .,vww .,-.. t,.,w.,,.i, on ahn l.iiln flrnmmnml r.7fl lrfiin.it
Flv.e Y"r 10-00 45'000 30'000,Llly Clilng. I5ll''Kaiiluweia ' St 40,890
yesierday and paid a two-year subscription for a certain candidate, "I don't Cluialnj from the Veekly Mklki to the Dally Ml U considered a MW sutscrlMlon. Jf "rnV.V-Vh "iV,.: nVhAn'..,! ' m. iS'inimStv. s?mo
krowher. he said, but 1 have been watching the work she has i been doing nUtrlpUju inj.l ti sent by mill. pilJ at the Bulletin office or paid to the undlJat. in person. Ilarracks 15.420 Wllhelmlna Illackle, Ulshop &
and she lias acted as though she was in deepest earnest in her efforts, and I ' m 'Nellie Yen Lee, 1078 Judd St... 10,580 Co '31,240
thought she might want some help." This is only one instance of what has.ThlS SCQ.16 Will l)C ill effect durinCT the reniaiHtler "ele Zerbo.. Davis & Co 8,710 Margaret Kramer, Dlackshear's
been done for canddatcs arid very few but have shared in some of this un-1 ,,, , , '.,, ... , , , " , ' V'ip, Kiuiliiwela Uno. ... 2,160 Hut Shop 30,560
known but appreciated assistance. Much of tin, will be done today. Of the CC-Iltest, aild Will positively IlOt be Changed "' "' '" Iloughtull- Claire erry O J ft L 30.320
,, 1 t 1 I f 1 s 1 I I 1.111 lh UUUU t "ruu" iiro, II Ull III) HI, I I. 1JU lillbny . , tJU.UOU
The contest has been fairly fought, and has been conducted along abso- Jonnlu Wllllums, Vineyard St.. 2,000 i Mis. J. S. Johnson, Ft. linger. 20,420
(rmn Wodehouse, Walluku,
Miss L. P. AKIna, Walmea,
I.ouho Uoblusou, Palu, Maui.. 164,280
Mrs. II. A. Hclchelt, Llhuo
Cecilia Akin, Kaluupupa 160,580
uony 11111a, liana 160,280
Addle Curley, Puin, Maul 159,510
Mrs. A. M. Da Vlco, Keknhn.
Mury Nunes, Puin, Maul 158,000
L. Kcohl Hurt, Wnlluku, Muul.154,880
Uertha Heifers, Mukawell
Kauai , 150,630
Adeline Hose, Lnhulnu 149,620
Emma A. Chung. Llliue, Kauai. 149,500
Ida Williams, Pulu, Muut 136.410
Ualblnu rcriiander, Pulu, Muul,130,72D
Lellunl Weight, Wnlluku, Muul. 127,730
Oraeo Chung, Llliue, Kauai ...110,350
Leslie Iewls, ICuhulul, Muul ..103,490
Mrs. Nancy ltobuck, Keanae,
Muul .. 99,900
Itnso Hocking, l'aln, Muul .... 96.520
Mattle Jordan, Ktkaliu, Kauai. 96,420
Mrs. W. J. Goodhue, Kalaupa-
pu, Molokul 94,670
Stella Pudgett, Makawell,
Rachel T. Klakoim. Peahl, Maul 90,850
Adellno Correa, Llhuo 81,200
Miss E. E. Edwards, Kllaueu,
Miss L. Keutlng. Kllauea, Ktual 43,000
Miss II, Tcfft, Kllauea. Kuuul.. 3,840
Miss Wilcox, Walluku 2,000
DISTHICT NO. 4.
! Consists of all of the Islnnd
of Hawaii. ,
i The prizes that mutt be won
In this district are hh
porfoct $100 diamond ring; a
"Ilenilngton" plajor-plano; a
solid gold Indies' .watch and a
round trip to Kllauea nr Hono-
lulu and return. .Wlunors of tho
pluyer-plunos have the privilege
of choosing a round trip to San
Frunclsco, with a stay of ten
diys In the Wostern Metropolis
All districts have an equal
cltnhce for tho Capital prize 1912
44444 4.4-444 44
Amy F. Williams, Illlo 1C8.O90
Helou Wilson, Olua 160,070
Alice It. Qulmt, Kohuln 165,870
Mrs. Mury T. Lclto, Hllo 1G3.430
Queenle Slmrrat, Karauela,.. ,159,730
Mulanlo M, Coleman, Koliala.. 154.340
Kuualoha Akunu, Illlo 153,260
Mrs, John Gubeler, IIoIuulou.k 143,950
Murnea Kamakawlwoole, Hono-
Mollle Thouins, Illlo 110,200'
Jennie Caspar, Ilonomu 105,620
Mury Nulllmu, Kurtlstowu .... 97,G20
Mrs. Muu'de Sisslon. Mt. View., 91,940
Lilly Mowry, Uiupuhoehoo ,,, 94,720
Maria Hell, Kuwalhao ....'.... 93,5411
I.oulso do llama, Koliala 92,590
Mrs. E 8, Ciipcllus, Ilukulau.. 91,980
Mrs, P. C. Reamor, Illlo 90,570
Annie Napier, Illlo 87,490
Mrs, Gloria Qulnl, Illlo 51,610
L011I80 Meinecke, Wuloliinu ... 41,640
Emily Ewallko, Illlo 41,420
Mrs. Win J. Stone. Hllo 41,110
Jennie Willluuu, Kohulu 26,000
Alice Huttle, Hllo 23,410
Itutli Elderts, Kupohu 3,640
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