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EVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
I JUNE 22, AI 9
CLAIMS AND COUNTER-CLAIMS INDICATE THAT THE RESULT IS VERY MUCH
IN DOUBT-CANDIDATES ARE MARSHALING THEIR FORCES FOR THE
FINAL DASH-INDICATIONS POINT TO A FURIOUS FINISH IF
YOU HAVE A FRIEND WHOM YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE
WIN ONE OF THE SPLENDID AWARDS, NOW IS
THE TIME TO HELP HER
But One More Day Of Effort And The Prizes Will Be Won
All Votes of City Candidates Must Be In the Ballot-Box by 9
O'clock Tomorrow Night Outs'de Candidates are
Privileged to Mail Their Votes and Subscriptions BY 9
O'CLOCK, But the Postmark or Postmaster's Signature
Must Show That These Were Mailed BY 9 O'CLOCK.
Made famous throughout Hawaii and even to far distant points bccauc
of the number and saluc of its prizes and number of enthusiastic and popular
Noung women entered, the GRAND POPULARITY CAMPAIGN OF
THE BULLETIN. TI IE GREATEST NEWSPAPER CAM
PAIGN EVER 1 1 ELD IN 1 1 AW All. will come to a close TOMOR
ROW NIGHT AT 0 O'CLOCK. At this hour TOMORROW N1GI IT
it nwII all be ocr but the shouting. At this hour it is impossible to tell who
will dn the shoutmR. nnd the work of nolifung the shoutcrs that llicv are
qualified to shout will be left to the judges next Wednesday ccning in the
business office of the Bulletin, commencing at 8 o'clock. 1 Ins fina
count will be public, and candidates, fhcif friends and cNcronc interested
are inwlcd to be present.
Unceasing Work the Order 0 the Day. '
Work without rest from NOW until the cloc is the portion the candidates
hac picked out for thcirncNcs, and wc feel that there will be manv sur
prises sprung by these enthusiastic ones, who arc strmng might and main and
marshaling their forces for the final battle tomorrow. These eleNcnlh-hour
workers arc surclv hustling like bears, and it will take many a oIc to outstrip
llicm at the finish. Rumors of how many Notes such and such a candidate
has will be rife tomorrow, but these should be considered as just what they
' are MERELY RUMORS. No candidate should allow anything she
hears lo affect hrr work, for any one of you would surely regret having
stopped work when these rumors proNe that they arc absolutely "Unfounded,
as the majority of them arc. A candidate, of course, will know how many
Notes she has. but no one elr will. For all the Contest Manager knows,
some of the candidates nIio arc not now apparently in the running v. hen the
last Notes wcrb counted, may have gathered enough Notes in the ensuing time
to place them in a prominent positoin. And then again, they may still be in
the "also ran" class. A ague uncertainly in regard lo where each contest
ant stands has beclouded the situation, and man a contestant will not know
NNh.it a close shaNe she had lo losing until the final count is made and she
will rcalic that it was the last little subscription that she tecurcd that saNcd
her from defeat. ENery indication points to a terribly close race, and Nvith
the contcslants cnthincd to an extreme pitch, they arc going to land, as they
liaNc been doing, every possible subscriptions before the closing mmulc. ENen
iho families and friends of contestants are worked up to a great degree of
excitement and aje hustling one and all for the success of their faNonte can
didate, Nvliom they hope to see called "The most popular young woman of
Hawaii," and whiih is surely a title of which lo feel proud.
Contestants, RcaJ 77iii.
ENery facility will be afforded contestants for getting their Notes and sub
scriptions in lo the Bulletin office tomorrow night, but experience leaches
that it is unwise lo wail until the last moment. In spite of all the warnings,
ihere arc certain to be sonic of the candidates nvIio will put off gelling their
Notes into the office until ibr Ncry last ossiblc moment, when we again Nvarn
these that the last possible moment should be time to proNidc leeway lor
And now the stage is set and cNcrylhing is in readiness for the finish. The
cud is in the hands of the candidates and iheir friends. Persons Nvho haNe
been watching the campaign with interest Nvho have friends in the contest
and would lic lo help them Nvin a prize must DO IT TODAY.
THIS IS THE LAST WORD THE CONTEST CLOSES TO
MORROW NIGHT AT 9 O'CLOCK SI IARP. VOTES OF ALL
CITY CANDIDATES MUST BE IN THIS OFFICE BY 9
O'CLOCK TOMORROW NIGHT. WHEN THE BALLOT-BOX
WILL BE SEALED. OUTSIDE CANDIDATES ARE PRIV
ILEGED TO MAIL VOTES AND SUBSCRIPTIONS BY THIS
HOUR. BUT THE POSTMARK OR POSTMASTER'S SIGNA
TURE MUST HOW THAT THESE WERE MAILED BY 9
Important lo Contestants.
Merely as a matter of caution and lo assist candidates in every svay lo
receive the full benefit of iheir work, arc these lines printed. It is of ihc
utmost importance that every contestant, and particularly contestants outside
of Honolulu, read and weigh every word of it. Wc would dislike to see
anyone lose voles because of the excitement which will surely altend the clos
ing days, or because of any misunderstanding on their part. It is impossible
for you lo exercise loo much care on arriving at a full misunderstanding of the
rules and conditions governing the contest.
J; All voles and remittances mailed after Thursday should bear a
-j w i- aiftivir to insure, their reaching us in lime.
2. If you live outside of Honolulu and intend lo mail your voles, lake
the precaution of finding out exactly what lime your postofficc closes, and
also find out all possible information in regard to train and sleamer services.
3. All rcmillanccs and votes should be addressed directly lo the "Con
test Manager" at the Evening Bulletin office. This is lo insure absolute
accuracy and prevent any of Ihcm from going astray.
4. Be sure that your name is on every ballot before sendmo lo ihii office.
This is very important and absolutely necessary.
5. All voles and remittances must be mailed by 9 p, m. next Saturday
night, June 22, in order lo count in the contest. 'The postmark on the en
velope or the postmaster's signature, showing ihat the envelope or package
was mailed before 9 p. m., will be accepled as sufficient evidence.
6. UNDER NO CONDITIONS WILL VOTES BE 'TRANS
FERRED FROM ONE CANDIDA! E TO ANOTHER. THIS IS
P AN INVIOLABLE RULE OF THE CONTEST AND UNDER
NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL IT BE BROKEN.
When final Votes Will Be Counted.
The final counl of votes, which will determine Ihe winners, will be held
Wednesday, June 26, at 8 o'clock p. m.. in the business office of the Bul
letin, Alakca Street, Honolulu, and will be in charge of Messrs. Jolin
Soper oj the HaNvanan (News Co.; Ulner Lansing, the real estate operator;
Geo. B. Curtis, manager of Jordan's; Wm. Battersby, advertising manager
Ohly One More Day
Great Bulletin Contest
THE TIME TO ACT IS AT HAND
JUST NOTICE THAT-
Three NEW Subscriptions for Six Months will
net .you 75,000 votes. ,
Three NEW Subscriptions for One Year will
give you 1 20,000 votes. , .
Five NEW Subscriptions for One Year will give
200,000 votes. ,
One NEW Five-Year Subscription will giveou
FOREIGN: POSTPAID '
One NEW Subscription for One Year will give
you 46,000 votes.
Five NEW Subscriptions for one year will give
.you 230,000 votes.
Stop and tbihk what a few subscriptions will do
under this LAST GREAT FINAL SCALE OF
j of Sachs & Co..
Nvhosc standing and reputation in Honolulu is beyond question, have kindly
consented to canvass the Notes 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 Afore Votes Returned.
Owing to the uncertainly of mail reaching candidates in time to be re
turned for the final count, the Contest Department will acknowledge by
letter all voles and remittances received from candidates from this lime on,
but the voles will NOT be returned, but will be deposited in the ballot-box,
lo the credit of the proper candidate, instead of being returned to candidates,
as has been done so far. This applies only lo subscriptions sent in to us by
Prizes for Every District.
So nol lose mht of the facl ihat there are prizes for everv district enual
I in number and value. In caclr district will be awarded a $550 "Rrminninn"
I player-piano or a round trip lo San Francisco, a handsome and perfect $100 ,
Iuiuiuuiiu img, a uiiu f,uiu iduics wiiicn ami a rounu inp to rtiiauea or
Honolulu and return. Candidates do not compete with candidates in other
districts except for the Capital Prize 1912 "REGAL UNDERSLUNG"
Automobile. Now is your chance to win one of these handsome awards, and
the greater effort you put forth ihe greater your reward will be. "LOW
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 lo extend this .oi' rinKon lo year. You received 10,000
votes on this first payment, but now, under the final vote-scale, by gelling
this person to pay an additional $4.00, for six months, making a year in all,
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 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 also 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
i OND PAYMENT" to make certain you receive all ihe votes to which you
These gentlemen, are entitled.
niSTIUCT KO. 1.
Consists of Honolulu nnd the
Inland of Oahu from the- center
or Ntiuanii Street, West.
Tho prizes that must be won
In this district aro nn elegant
"IlcmlnRton" playcr-plano; n
perfect $100 diamond ring; n 4
solid cold ladles' watch nnd n
round trip to Kllaucn or Hono- 4
lulu nnd rctnrn. .Winners of tho
plnier-planos havi tho privilege
of choosing n round trip to San
Francisco, wllh a stny of ton
days In the Western Metropolis.
All districts hnvo nn equal
dinner for tho Capital prlzo 1D12
.Mrs. David K. Wntson, Wnlanap.165,790
Mrs. I). I. McGregor, 31 lllshop
Mrs. II. Harris, Schollcld Ilks.. 159,440
Mrs. J K. Illrnm, Parker Lnne.158,790
Illnn .N'leper, 1221 N. King ....154,240
Helen Notlcy, 3 23 lluckle I.uno.138,000
Alolc I'restldgc, 1201 Pun Lano.137.240
Oertrudo Watson, 245 School.. J 27,1 20
Alberta Wholley, Kort Shatter. 123,920
Gcrnldln Neumann, 2616
I Nuiinnii 123,640
Madeline M'Candlcss, Mo.innlua.102,400
Mnrlc Wond, Knllhl 100,200
Mrs. Geo. Kinney, Wntcrtnwn.. 99,260
Thclmn Llndley, Sacred Heart
Academy, Kalmiiki 98,990
Amy Avval, WiiIiiIiih 96,360
Miss M. Tannkn, Alea 96,040
Kdtia t'luahelc 173.', Llllha ... 96,940
Kvn Kealohn, Children's Hnsp.. 9.r,640
Olyiupla SlUa, Ilcretalila St. .. 93,060
Llhhlo K. Meek, 2330 Llllha .. 93,400
Klslo Ofl, Alea 92,860
Martha Kcalnha, I wild 91,890
Marlon A. Kauth, 2505 Hoso .. 85,690
Hoso Solomon, 1731 Mllh.1 .... 81,780
Julia Landlord, 1725 Lllllui ... 76,480
Itcbccca lopn, Walanao 71,490
Metii Patterson, Alea 67,990
Sarah Houghtalllng, 11 Robcllo
Mrs. W. Galbralth, 1628 Llllha. 61,650
ElUnheth Kaleka, Kallhl-kai .. 52,440
Mrs. Dan Houghtalllng, 1035
i Morris Lane 40,570
Mrs. Sherry Tynn, 1434 Llllha. 39,480
Mrs. Jus. Kennedy, Ft. Shnfter 30,430
Allco Ho, 1231 S. Vineyard ....29,340
Mrs. Annlo Haughton, 1725
Mrs. Otto Wisscnbcrry, Scho
llcld Unrracks , 22,000
Lily Chlng, 1511 Kauluwela
I I-ino 20,360
Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn, Schollcld
Nellie Yen Lcc. 1078 Judd St... 10,540
Helen Zcrbo, Davis & Co 8,710
It nth Yap, Kauluwela Lane.... 2,160
Olivia lloughtnillng, Houghtall
lng Itoad 2,060
Jennlo Williams, Vineyard St.. 2.000
DISTINCT SO. 2.
Consists of Honolulu and tho
Island of Oahu from tho center
of Nuuanu Street, East.
Tho prizes that must be won
In this district aro an elegant
t "Remington " player-piano; a
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
, solid gold ladles' watch and a
round trip to Kllauea or Hono-
lulu and return. .Winners of the
player-pianos havo the pilvllego t
of choosing a round trip to San
v Francisco, with a stay of ten
days In tho Western Metropolis, 4
All districts have un equal
chance for tho Capital prlzo 1912
Eleanor Holt, 1ird & Young.. 161, 100 Francisco, with n stny of len
Evelyn do la Nux, Klnau St. ,.163,490 'lays In the Western Metropolis.
Daisy McKcague, J566 Keoau- I AH districts have nn equal
moku 162,170 chanco for tho Capital prlzo 1912
Matilda M. Knot, Manon Vallcy.160,110 "Regal" automobile
Palmira Maltos, 1683 Luso ...151,360
Mrs. Nanl Krnnu, Palolo 148,880
Mrs. Winters, Junction Candy I ,rnm Wo(lohollsC( Wttuk
Store 144,910 ., , '.,,
Couzlo Souzn, Sanitary Bteain I; " 166,310
Laundry 143,370 Mls I ! Aklna, Walmen,
ClarlSBa Cummlngs, Walklkl ..136,370 Kaul 163,820
Paulino Vocller, 830 Young St.. 128,250 Loulso Robinson, Pals, Maul.. 164,280
Ida Fernandez. Young 8t 128,020 Mrs. H. A. Relcholt, Llhue
Miss Aknl, Green Lnno 125,960 Knunl 160690
Loulso Zorhe, lowers & Cooko.123,330 ,,., .,,, ,, . ,Von
Kllzabcth Nlclson. 1407 Nuuanu.118,680 "o Akin. Kalaupapa 160,580
Mrs. Kcala Kaal Carter, Hon. Dolly Hala, Hann 160,280
Iron Works 116,940 Addlo Cartey, Pala, Maul 159,510
Miss Ynmntnoto, 25 Hotel St... 116,200 Mrg. A, M Da Vlco, Kckaha,
Rose Lo Hong, 1436 Alcxandcr.108,190 Knunl ir.n I7n
Carrie Dunn, Central Grammar ' A ,,'", I
School 103 640 Mnry Nuncs' Paln Jlnu' 158,000
Agnes Aylc'tt, King sV.'!!!!!!!l0l710 ' Kcohl Hart. Walluku, Maul.164,880
Adclo WIckc, Rcrctanla St. ...100,680 llcrtlia Heifers, Makawell
Kdlth K. Pratt, 1631 Kaplolanl.100,640 Knuai 150,630
Alice Pnklko, Knliilanl Homo.. 97,720 A.lnil it,,.,,, inhnlnn unc,-n
Katherlno Robins, Kalmukl ... 93,720 ,,.... A chane Llhuo Knual 149 100
Evelyn Heart. 1433 Knplolanl.. 92,720 J'!ftn! ,f" , ' , a1, "'
Avis Windsor, Dlnckshear's Ida Williams, Pain, Maul 136,410
Hat Shop 92,340 Dalbinn Fernnndez, Pala, Maul.130,720
Mary Ah Ping, Normal School. 90,690 Lollnnl Weight, Wnlluku, Maul.127,730
Edna llrown, Y.W.C.A. Home- Qrnco clmng Lhu0 Knun, ,..,,0350
Agnes m! Johnson, '1258 Young. M.MO 1"0 'wl. Knhulul, Maul ..103,490
Miss Rlloy, .Mounn Hotel se,8'JO AirB. ancy nouncK, iveanae,
Mrs. Grace Elson. 618 N. King. 72,170 Maul 99,900
Minnie Larson, 479 Hotel 8t... 71.770 rtoso Hocking, Pala, Maul .... 96,520
Rachel Wllklns 1885 Kalakaua 71.180 MaUa Jordan Kcknha. Kauai. 96,420
Da By Sm th, 1450 Fort 70,420 nji...- ir,..
Maracn F. McChung, Fort St. .. 65,910 " W. J. Goodhue, Kalaupa-
Elizabeth Daniels. Arleight's .. 61,960 P. Molokal 94,670
Marjorlo McGuire, Office Sup- Stella Padgett, Makawell,
nlv Co 01.500 Kaua! 92,700
Eva GonBalvcs, 648 8. licrotnnla 60,920 Hachel T. Klnkona, Pcahl, Maul 90,850
Henrietta ArruUa, 939 S. Hucon r-a.iu A(le,no Cor Ll,0 stm
Moll 0 Hock, 451 Hotel 59,0j0 i-j,.,i. ifii.,,..
Mrs. Jas. Rice. Ulom's 55,890 " E- h. Edwards, Kllauea,
Mrs. K. 8. Sykcs, Ft. Ruger .. 55,490 Kn"nl 81,;4,,
Molllo Mossman, Island Curio Miss L. Keating, Kllauea, Kttial 43,000
Storo 52,780 Miss II. Teftt, Kllauea. Kauai.. 3,840
Minnie Todd. Hawaiian Nows
Mrs. Paul Smith, Bach's Dry I
Goods Co 50,060
Mario L. Lewis, 1575 Lusltana 47,420
Mrs. Dr. Tuttle, Ft. Da Russy.. 45,390
Ethel Cannon, Sachs Dry
Coods Co 42,610
Mrs. Rutman. Jordan's 42,490
Lulu Drummond, 679 Prospect
Ada Korshner, 1177 Alakea St. 33.460
Miss Wilcox. Walluku 2,000
DISTRICT NO. I.
Consists of nil of tho Island
Tho prizes that must be won
In this district are an
perfect $100 diamond ring; n
"Remington" plaier-plano; a
Mrs. Ilcsscn, Fort Da Russy... 31,860 solid gold ladlos' watch and a
Wllhelmlna Rlackle, lllshop & fonnd trip to Kllauea or Hono-
Co , 31 240 lulu and return. .Winners of tho
Margnr"e"t KramcV.'Dlaekshcar's J J"'""" '.."'.Hn1'" X
iini Hhnn 30 560 ot choosing a round trip to San
Hat Shop J Kranclsco. with a stny of ten
Claim Berry, O. II. & L 30,3.0 . dny8 ,n t)0 Wcstorn Metropolis.
Mrs. itunnum, Ft. De Russy... 30.080 4. A) districts havo an equal
Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Ft. linger. 20.420 chance for the Capital prize 1912
Florcnco Abbey, Kaullsnl Homo 16.210 "Regal" automobile.
Alberta Miller, Kaliilnnl Homo 14,260
Mrs. P. Mlyakc. 1238 Fort .... 14,260
Lydla Ng. 2427 Llllha ........ 12,890 Williams, Hllo 168,090
AHomo . ?"" !'... .. . f" 12.850 Helen Watson. Ohm 166.Q70
Hilda Smith, 1450 Fort 5,680 Allco R. Qulnn, Koluila 165,870
Elizabeth Hugo, Kawalahao
Edith Naone, Kawalahao St. ..
Mrs. M, Randall, Engleslde
Ethel Carter. Emma St
Margaret Fowler, Kawalahao
Eva McCorrlston, 1904 Punch
Miss Keating, Bishop & Co. ... 2,000
Florcnco Lu Han, Punahou.... 2,000
DISTRICT NO. I.
Consists of tho Islands of
S Kauai and Muni.
Tho prizes that must be won
in this district are an elegant
"Remington" playnr-Dlano; a
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
4 solid gold ladles' watch and a
round trip to Kllauea or Hono-
lulu and rotilrn. .Winners of tho
player-pianos have the privilege
4 of choosing a round crip to San 4 Ruth Eldorts, Knpolio
Mrs. Mary T. Lolte, Hllo 163,430
Snnn Quconlo Sharrat, Kamuelii ....169,730
MllllllllU ,U. IAJIUUIUII, lUU4tl.tt.i,nu
Kuualolm Akana, Hllo 153,260
Mrs. John Gabclcr, Iloluuloa.. 143,950
Maraea Kamakawlwoole, Hono-
Molllo Thomas, Hllo 116,260
Jennlo Gaspar, Honomii 105,620
Mary Nalllma, Kurtlstown .... 97,62(1
Mrs. Maude Slsslon. Mt. View.. 94,910
Lilly Mowry, Laupahochoo ... 94,720
Maria Hell, Kawalhao 93,510
Loulso de llama, Kohala 92,590
Mrs. K. 8. Capollas, Hakaluu,, 91,980
Mrs. P. C. Reamer, Hllo 90,570
Annie Napier, Hllo 87,190
Mrs. Olorla Qulnl. Hllo 51,610
Loulso Melnecke, Waiohluu ... 41,640
Emily Ewallko. Hllo 41,420
Mrs. Wm. J. Stone, Hllo 41,110
Jennlo Williams, Kohula 36,000
Allco Hnttlc, Hllo ...-., 23,410
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
t Six Month 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 6.000 4.000
Two Years 16.00 75,000 45,000 Four Years 4.00 25,000 12,500 . .'
Three Year 24.00 115,000 65,000 Five Years. tJ.,,. 5.00 30,000 15,000
Four Years 32.00 165,000 90,000 ' -'
rive Year 40.00 240,000 125,000 Foreign Post-paid:
Foreign Post-paid: One Year 2.00 5,000 3,000
One Year . ......12.00 46,000 23,000 Two Years 4.00 25,000 12,500
Two Years 24.00 100,000 60,000 Th, v R00 ,0000 15000
Three Years 36.00 175,000 95.000 Three Years .... 6.00 30,000 18,000
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
(lunging from the Weekly Bulltlln to the Dally villi U comUtrtd t NEW subscription,
inscriptions mist be sent ly mall, pilJ at the Bulletin offke or paU (a the candidate In person.
This scale will be in effect during the remainder
of the contest, and will positively not be changed
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