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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1902

-svt JS IV. &' v uJar "jft "V : M v?r K rf ?' ; ST. V :i $? Brlulil, Reliable, NEWSY AND POPULAK. Tlie Progfeaaivc II A-'-rt.lr'iVJ.X. OF HAWAII, F r ft Vol. 7. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2,11902 No. 9. H S1B n- Iw T t V- ?hWfA' ,iii;. " f , IJ . V .". r- i 5" . 4uR', l'UllMSHKD VIKY l'KIDAY Ol'FICK, llKIIKIR BTKRKT, 1IILO, HAWAII. ( TRIUUNR I1LOCK.) Hllo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. Publishers and Proprietor. 1'rcsUlent C. C. Kkn.nkoy Vlce-1'residetit M E. KtcilAHlif Secretnry-Treasurer Mm, A. C SrtKLK Auditor 1. - A.H. StlTniN Director C II 1'AiKtx, J. II. Hutu. Atheftisruients unaccompanied by specific iistruclions Inserted until otdercd out. Advertisements discontinued befbie expiration of specified period will lie charged ns If ctin tltiued Tor lull Unit. Address nil communications either to the Kditorialor limine Departments of Tin: Hilu TltlllUNIt 1'UIII.ISIIINH COMPANY. The columns ol Tin: lilt o Tkiiiunk nrc nlwuy open lu communications on subje...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1902

JA f- , ' ' .-j- .... ' ' "" WJMgl l'MM - MM A-. . . arV- -- - - - - .... .. AM .. -. . - -mt- i - j a . . . t . , t jpOT v n t v , aS 1r -'.! ,JL jjr 1 ' . , ," 4 " "W'j'r" ' JPP" "' LteJfctl n 'i Him m in mi "I wi i i, k 7 iw H I. h In A 3 W' U a ' iu -' .' V-: f i r, I N fiackfeld Eimited SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS BiKUvciser Beer America's Greatest favorite MODERATE PRICES H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. Groceries 1'LOUR HAY AND GRAIN PAINTS AND OILS Builders' hardware STORKS IRON WAGON MATERIAL, KTC Plantation Supplies DRV GOODS AND STAPLES FERTILIZER AND BONE MEAL & Liberal Terms CUISINE UNEXCICLLED, service unsur passed; dining room and booth furnishings, THE FINEST to be found in the Hawaiian Islands. Dinner Parties, Banquets, and Suppers served under the supervision of the proprie tor, either at the restaurant or at private residences. CHAMPAGNES and fine Table Wines; card room, reading room and buffet. For the Aged Health for All: Young and Old. Wo nro glad that our blood-...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1902

' ' 1 06 ? o Q o m z o c o mKmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmm C si r 7 2 z a 73 ll CO O o o Q J3 a o 2 o ' a r-m m. 1111,0 lUSEIIALLEKH WIS. Mnul Sluggers Fight Hard Against a Losing Proposition. Cleaner sports never came to Hilo, than the crowd of baseball boys from Maui, who crossed bats with an all Hifo nine at Hoolulu Park last Wednesday and come out at the little end of the horn. The Maui boys celebrated their defeat by offering three cheers for the Hilo baseball league. Their man ner of receiving a good square drub bing at the hands of the Hilo boys went far toward healing the disap pointment of the Hilo crowd over Weller's defeat of Socialist and Carter Harrison, Jr. Hilo wants to H see more of the Maui boys and re cognizes in them, not only men who can play ball, but men who know how to make personal sacrifices in behalf of good sport. But this is how Hilo treated the Maui Athletic Association: Maui was defeated by a score of 7 to 4. The game was one of the best ever played on Hawaiinn s...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1902

ra? Y K: a ' w , v ijc g)Ua tnbmtc, FRIDAY, JAN. 3, 1902. Hntcml nt the Fostofficc at Hllo, Ha waii, 11s second-class matter. runusitito kvhky i'riday. L. W. Hawortu - Editor. ACTUAL ANNEXATION. The present outlook, is that President Roosevelt will call Judged Little from the bench to the guber natorial chair of Hawaii before the next celebration of the anniversary of annexation. Should time prove that the omens of the present are cious purpose "his friends" work. Mr. Sewall's position is very well understood by the President, so well indeed that the Advertiser gang has good cause to worry. Governor Dole on the other hand has made an ignominious failure and by his present inactive policy is clinching the failure. If the President has the best interests of this Territory at heart he will ap point Gilbert F. Little to the Gov ernorship at the earliest date possi ble. Governor Dole is leading his party to sure defeat and the Terri tory into a struggle with virtual bankruptcy. Bulletin....

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1902

'r ,-' t& ' J' ' t 'f I . r 6 4 V r i t I' y V . -V. " LOCAL ITEMS. Money to loan-Wise. Tl.e wife of Bailiff 15. .la Sllva is se- rlnnsly ill at her home in this city. For screen doors nil sizes go to Ulchley, Bridge street, Miss Louise Hap.il is spending most of her vacation nt Heed's Hay with Miss Ivy Richardson. For Kent Office, corner King nml Pit man streets. WlSK. Miss Ridgway, the Puliation Art ln slructor, returns to Honolulu on the Kinati today. For Sale one ncrc, sen frontage, be tween Ililo and Wniuakn. WlSK. R. W. Jones, manager of the Humutilti sheep station was in the city this week unending the races. First class pasture land for rent, prin cipally Honoiiouo. For particulars apply to Clias. M. Lelllond. Miss Maude Hanson spent several days during the last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cruzim. Rubber tire work done nt the Kilter prise Carriage Shop; reasonable prices; Mtisfaction guaranteed. Robert Helleu, the manager of the Hxcelsior Soda Works of Hakalau...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1902

Kplj.iffi' w .1 If l 4. IM t T6 10 M. R. L. Scott, Manager 1'irst class iu every respect. Delightful location. Spacious vcrnn das, commanding fine view of mountain and ocean. Rooms large and nlry, opening on to side verandas. Cusine the Best. Service Excellent. Special rates to permanent guests nml persons taking meals only. Clubhouse nml billiard rooms attached to Hotel. Rates $3.00 per day. Conveyance meets all steamers. Hilo Saloon KING STRKUT. Enterprise Lager Beer On Draught, Ice Cold. Two Glasses for 25 Cents. The Finest of Liquors, Boors, Wines, and Cordials At Moderate Prices. J. S. Canario, Manager. !.' S&K UNION 0 SALOON SlIIPMAN STRI5UT First Class LIQUORS WINES AND CORDIALS At Moderate Trices. Mixkd and Fancy Drinks Concocted by KxPRKiiwcitn Mixologists r 1 ".' The Celebrated Enterprise Beer '' On Draught. Two Glasses for 25 cts. J,' J. C. SERRAO, Troprietor. ) W. AWANA. Tailor. Having arrived from an extended trip in the Orient, is now located at the old .stand on F...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1902

m i , t.i ?, t i r Kl j-r re r- vw- '.'ft.. 8TKKJTEK TAX LAWS. ROBINSON T1IIUW l it ' imMm. -? Everybody 1 f jrrS Tlio morning of lifo is tho limo o( nbmulnucu, profusion, strength, vigor, growth. Wliou tlio s.iu begins to sink, when tha midday of lifo is past, then tlio hair begins to f.ulo and tlio silvery gray tolls of n inn (inching ago. Sunrise or sunset? Which shall your mirror say? If tho former, then it is rich and dark hair, long and heavy hair; if tho latter, it is short and fall ing hair, thin ami gray hair. Tho choice Is yours, for Ayer's Hair Vigor always restores color to gray hair, rstops falling of tho hair, and makes tho hair grow long and heavy. This Is MimcthiLg jou havo boon looking for, Isn't it ? And it is some thing jou can havo conlldenco in, for it is no experiment ; people havo been using il for half u cenluty. Wo do not claim it will do everything, hut wo do claim it is tho best hair preparation over made. I'fepircd bjr Dr. J. C. A)cr Co., Lowell, Mm., II....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1902

ff.- ; - tvv .. r, Kg: Bf ' ft. f" W& ' w , i & S v .' II E'4- L (I- . r ?r. y 4 rftj' J, p. & V . & mL , the we Wi " mirrm ti i tia n v THE 8P ? LIMITED. TT 1 B Incorporated Under the Laws of the I I 1 I O & Territory of Hawaii. a--v. a aw HO? ' - CAPITAL, $200,000. mm PEACOCK BLOCK, IIILO. jKf f. I'UCK President. ;.: MftK C. C. KKNNKDY Vice Pre. Hfgi k JOHN T. MOIU-.iml Vlcc-Prcs. Hgf , U. A. BTOIIIl. Cnilikr. Kftt ' A. . SUTTON Secretary. IIIKHCTUKS: J. 8. Cntinrlo, John J. (Jrncc, 1'. H. I. ninn, II. V. fatten, Win. Putlnr, W. ll.Slilpmnn. Draw ICxcliunne on Honolulu The Hank of Hawaii, Lid. San Francisco Wells Fargo & Co.llank Ni'.w Yokk Wells Fargo & Co'9 Hank. London Glynn, Mills, Curric & Co. Hongkong and Shanghai Hanking Cor poratton: Hongkong, China; Shang hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Hiogo, Japan. Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora tions, trusts, individuals, and will prompt ly and carefully attend toall business con nected with hankin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 10 January 1902

b xIjO Etxlrmm zm mi Sd Brlulil, Uulluble, NEWSY Tlie ProKfeaaive PAPER OH HAWAII. AND lJOlJUL.AR. :F I.) Vol. 7. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1902. No. 10. mm k B S A iHwrrLi 'T$iVy )C fflUor ttlutm I'UIIMSIIKI) KVHRV I'KItlAV Dpi ion, lmimiii Stkit.t, IIilo, Hawaii. (Tkiuuni: I1LOCK.) IIilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. l'ublWhcr niul Proprietor I'rcddeiit -C. C. Khsj.NhiiY Vice-President I. E. Riciiahd SecrcUtV-'treasurer Mm. A. C SthtLK Auditor A. 1!. SU this 1 Mi 1 1. tor C H.l'AlHlK J. II. Hoik. AdvcrU.cmcnt iinnccoinpinled liy apeclfic iiilructloii Inserted until ordered out. Adtettleiiicnt4llcniitliitied befoie expiration oT ipecilHd period will lie charged as If con tinued Tor lull term. Adilrcm nil communications either to the ldilorl.tlor lliisiuess Department of TlIK HlLU I HIllUNi: I'UIII ISII1NO LIIMI'AHV. The columns ol Till! till n Tkiuuni; are ahvay open to coniinunlcallons on subject within the scope of the paper. To renin proper ntlention...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 10 January 1902

I I-" .i H 2V' &'' ' m: 2, L Mu VI 5 r'f r I fiackfclfl Limited . SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS Budweiser Beer JUncricn's Greatest favorite MODERATE PRICES groceries 1'LOUR HAY AND GRAIN PAINTS AND OILS Builders' hardware STORKS IRON WAGON MATKRIAL, KTC Nerve Tonic Builds up tlio System. Strengthens. This warm ellmato Is very trying to all. Tin) lilomt easily becomes Impuro mid tlio iutmius (y.',tciii rcatly ileliill (nteil. Hull oti ran loUiln your health nuil loop jour nomius kjMoiu sluing. This Is tlio portrait of Mr. William Ruming, df llearonsfleld, Kroiiuiillo, WestoriiAnstrulla. Inlilslelturhosays: H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. & Plantation Supplies DRY GOODS AND STAPLKS PERTIUZUR AND BONE MKAI, " Uiion arriving In WcMpni Auotralli three jcitrniRO, I fiiiincl tint my li'oml wan In l-il (oiiilltliiii and inv r,'""'", ",, "' n" rmiilnwn. 1 KiilTi'ri'ilt;riMll,iiii'lill from linlliri'stlou. I had licinl mi linn Ii nlmut AYE o&rs R'S aparma I tliouclit I Miinlil try It. I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 10 January 1902

yp m &r r "" 1 1 if. S. jjTi e o fa T5 too 6 O 'a o o O o Q O t) m z o o I o 3 -5 TO a o CJ o a CO c o s z o o S3 t r El Q O O H tt. O L K, I-'" o 1111,0 ANI - THE HANI). Captnlu llorgcrnnd Ills llojs Carry Homo Hcnrly AlolmU. The past week has been a week of musical execs'? for Ililo. The people have drunk deep at Captain Berger's lountain and bidding the j genial kappelmeester and his ag gregation of musicians good bye this morning, the parting will be 'accompanied with keen regret. The week has been a busy one I for the members of the band. They started in Sunday afternoon with n concert at the Ililo Hotel, which was one of the best given while jhere. The listeners crowded all I available space in the hotel yard around the pavilion. Lanaisat the hotel and all near by homes were thronged with parties. The music was applauded at every interval. Monday afternoon, by the cour tesy pf the Ililo Railroad the baud was given a free excursion in a special train to Olaa. The train left...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 10 January 1902

'A Jppfc& "i 1 """iiiMtWWWMMMWIWgMWMWMMWMMMMWMWWWWMMWWMWMMMMMMMMaMMMMiMn ! III! IMJIWII Ifift $Y i'? Ti . - -fi f T .!..... . cnr tnrf 1i fluttf nf linn fit) rf Tn- IMnnenil U'll 1i ?2!i nit a A nnnul nit nt " i ft. PHI ' as.-, , Br. u Br 3f L m &: r Bv r' rv & B. 7 w partuients in these Islands is appar- Des Monies, Dec. 2G. Governor m"m . 1 .. cllti it remains to be seen whether Shaw tonight received the follow- v ' ...'-. ' ' "fJ FRIDAY, - JAN. io, 1902. moral atrophy has .benumbed the ing message from President Iioosc- '' ' l ' ( public conscience on Hawaii ns on vclt, the first he has received direct ' '' ' " , . itntcivilnttlic rostoflicc nt Hilo, Ha- 0ah" where Grand Juries accuse from the President regarding his t wnii. ns Bcconil-clnss matter. and officials excuse. appointment: H'lV. -. CM T A- itiiirtiititn ttvifiiv irattuv iu uuvemur dimw; 1 am e- lunusMHDmKKM'Rum. AN) T,on TQ() BRUTUS ? HBiUed u.at you have consented to L. W. HAWORTII - - Editor. accept portf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 10 January 1902

MMjBHHMMBMMMhmmmMMMmmmbmmk, i iiiiii'i i Mi ik' ii whim himmm ii i wm mi i mi iimi 'iniiin iw m in i hi iimny iih ipmim w t i sraii&r WF? ... '' ' i f ' . ! . ' M j X Vy i A ! i V ,vm 5.;',ffc BWSFr I J. & I ' ! r LOCAL ITEMS. Money to loan Wise. The baud boys captured Hllo with Plora Dora. Por screen doors nil size1 go to Hlcliley, bridge street. Paul Jarrett of l'liiia lias gone to Hono lulu to bring bis family home. Por Kent Office, comer King and Pit man streets. WlSlt. Wlivrc & Mnekavs Special .Selected llighfnnd Whisky ill Peacock t Co. I'or S.ilc one acre, sea frontage, be tween Ililo and Waiimku. Wlrtit. The Cinch Club meets this afternoon nt the home of Mm, C. U. Richards. W. 15. Skinner oflhe Houolulii I-.lcc trie Light Company is in the city on busi lies. Miss Tlintiini, one of the Hilo teachers, was kept from her duties this week by illness. Wednesday afternoon the b.ind was given a limit nt the home of Nailltna in l'liiteo. i The Heading Club held its regula...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 10 January 1902

ft K- -; ii- t i & X -i &. U Ut IM; f Ify Hilo jM, R. L. Scott, Manager PIrst class In every respect. Delightful location. Spacious vcrnn tins, commanding fine view of Mountain anil ocean. Kooms large and niry, opening on to side verandas. Cusinc the Best. Service Excellent. Special rates to permanent guests ami persons taking meals only. Clubhouse and billiard rooms attached to Hotel. Rates $3.00 per day. Conveyance meets all steamers. Houses Wired With Latest Approved Fittings, And in thorough Compliance with the rules of the Hoard of l-'iru Underwriters. Day & Co's Celebrated Fixtures. Always on hand a full stock of Electrical Material, at lowest prices. Frosted Lamps Tllc ?lcsl Tiling, m ' cost prices. Psthnatcs furnished on all classes of Hlcctrical installations. Wc have the BEST ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM in the World, over 140 horse-powers in ue in this city, avail able for nil manufacturing purposes. Por information inquire of the HILO ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. Limited, H...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 10 January 1902

! OTS - v" , ; 1 1 1$ tfiKa f 507 V4 . M$fex!fc. KV. ' 3 , fev ifV: T li (i t man failed (o shut llto door, and tho strong ilratt struck you squarely in tho tliest. A draft means n cold, a cough, inounionia, and often tho beginning of consumption itself. You slum a draft. Hut jolt can't uheu tiding in tlm stieet-eais: either In the closed oronen curs. Then keen at hand a bottle of Av er's Cherry Pectoral It will euro n "sti cut-car cold" In a night. Tho moment oit feel chilly or feverish, want to rough, or hao any tightness In tho ehcs.t take a dose. Tho relief is immediate. l'tit up in latgo and small bottles. Aycr'a Cherry lVrloral Piaster Is a greataid to the Cheny Perioral, l'laeed directly over the naluful lung, it draws out all soreness, relieves congestion, and imparts great strength. Prepared by Dr. J. C, Acr Co., La tit, Maui., U. S. A. Union Barber Shop. GAKCIA & CANAKIO, Props. Ulc SDavc, Cut Ij.nr and Shampoo at Ecl-Clvc Rates. We also take patlicuhir pains with Chil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 10 January 1902

'HiHUMUMBMHIiMili Wrymr: "V - i S at . TO'IlilBrninaHVGXIKS WtWVTHaflHnHHnHHHH V iMniBir.'i KjmMHHMmHWMMlMMMMHMHMaMHMM 1 1 r - .. , ., , , ; . m r .a fc i,,s & P ( ; I' L v TIIK FIRST BANK- OF HILO I.IMITI-.0. Incoi J)Oi.IliI Under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. CAPITAL, fioo.ox). PEACOCK III.OCK, HILO. i I'HCK I'teiliknl. C. C. K1(NN11V Vlce-1'res. JOHN T. MOIK-.Jml Vlee-I'ir. C. A. 8TOIIIU v....Cnlikr. A. I. bltTTON Secretary. IIIKICCTOKS: J.S.Caiiarlo, Jolm J. ('.race, !'. tt. I.Jinnii, II. V. l'altru, Wm. 1'iiltnr, W. II. Slilptnnn. Uruv ISxcliunyc oi Honolulu Tlie Hank of Hawaii, Ltd San Francisco Wells Fargo & Co.llnnk NHW York Wells Fargo & Co's Hank. London Glynn, Mills, Carrie & Co. Hongkong ami Shanghai Hanking Cor poration: Hongkong, China; Shang hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Hiogo, Japan. Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora tions, trusts, individuals, and will prompt ly unil carefully attend lonll business con nected with kinking entrusted to it....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 17 January 1902

WW g h.. JXi a L. ( JL V' V1 W . : : '. '',' V . ,' '-Ml. J rv' ; i s u 3S ' r. Brlul-it, Reliable, NEWSY ANI3 TOPULAK, Tlae Progressive PAPER OH HAWAII. Ji- i ii , ft 8 F ETEE IF Vor.. 7. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, ' "FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1902. No. 11. feirmtje fm h Hi.' .i P1- .? i r r v U V Jje gjikt ODvibmtc I'lJIlt.tSllUI) UVUKY 1'RIIIAY Okiici:, Hkiimik Hrm-KT, lln.o, Hawaii, ( Thiiu'.ni; Dlock.) Hllo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. Publishers and l'roiirletors. I'rcslilctit CO. Krnnkdv Vlcc'l'rcslileiit E. Hicuami hecreliuy-Treasutcr Mks. WM. McKay, Ik. Auditor A. I. Sution Directum 0. II. 1'AtMtn, J. It. Hoi.h. AilvcrtNcmcnH iiiinccompanlt.il ly spicUic nitriictioiii lincrkil tin tl 1 ordcrtd out. AdvcrtlKliiriiti ilitcnutlmicil before expiration of specified period will lie cliarRcil a If con tinued Tor lull term. Ailitrc all communication rlllier to Hie lMllorlnlor llu.liiess l)ciartmctit of Tint lln.o TlUIIUNK 1'UIII.tSIIIM) CllMI'AN The column oITiik lilt oTmiiUNh a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 17 January 1902

M m: W ,4- A r -:.. t- y.i K. t. QqCKKItl j i 1 1 MODERATE PRICES Ciliiitcd fctHStStSfcTSC. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS Mmm Beer JlmerktVs Greatest favorite II. HACKFCLD & CO., LTD. Groceries ILOUR HAY AND GRAIN PAINTS AND OILS Builders' hardware STORKS IRON WAGON MATKRIAI,, KTC Plantation Supplies DRY GOODS AND STAl'LKS IKRTIIJZKR AND HONK MKAI, fc Liberal Terms ( ? CUISINK UNKXCKIJ,KD, service unsur passed; dining room and booth furnishings, THIS FINKST to be found in the Hawaiian Islands. Dinner Parties, Banquets, and Slippers D. served under the supervision of the proprie tor, either at the restaurant or at private residences. CHAMPAGNKS and fine Table Wines; card room, reading room and buffet. i7- i" fc IvYCURGUS, Maxagkk. Gives New Lite Strengthens .the Nerves. When tholilood Is lmpuro tho wholo nervous system becomes poisoned. It is Impossible to throw oft that torrlblo depression i and Micro Is no ambition to work, lint llicro Is a way whereby yon nmv again bo strong anil...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 17 January 1902

4 tMMWHUta r if s r I. UM U Iff H 1' o i.. up c 3 CD 0 O O Q o m o 3 a o I u a, JN i v c o & 3 z o o G . f- O O h t O u o 0) 3 SOME TAII00KI) AMUSEMENTS. Sermon Delivered 1y Itcv. Cruzau Sumlny livening. Text, I. Cor., 7Ut Ami those Hint use the world n9 not nbushin it. (The Greek word translated "abusing" mentis liter ally using to the full, going to excess in.) Here is n great principle: God lias put man in this beautiful world fitted to supply the needs of his many-sided nature. Man is free to use every good thing, only let him beware of excess. I want to apply this common sense life rule to amusements, es pecially to cards, dancing and the theater, which are so sternly ta booed by some Christians. Good men differ radically as to the right of indulgence in these amusements. One cause for this difference is that, as that bright Methodist, Rev. Edward Egglcston, in his "Roxy" says, we have in herited our opinions from the Puri tans. "There may have been good reason in the lime ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 17 January 1902

MIMi P'f t !! M & C WM f ' M ,1 Vtl n rf p Ijc gucr sUutnc FRIDAY, JAN. 17, 1902. Entcitdnt the 1'ostoflicc at Ililo, Iln wall, as sccoiul-class matter PUDMSIIKD HVKR.Y "RIDAY. L. W. HAWORTH - Editor. Citizuns nud residents of the United States will sharpen their conception of the American Consti tution by a careful perusal of the decision of Judge little printed on this page. Rkv. J. A. Ckuzan's sermon, delivered last Sunday night at the First Foreign Church and published 111 this issue, has the ring of bold sincerely too notably absent in pul pits. KITCHEN CABINET. It is stated in the reports of the Executive Council that that body has decided all land on the Volcano road shall be reserved for residence lots rather than farms. What a lovely boulevard it will be when lined on either side with brown stone mansions. The policy should be pushed by the Kitchen Cabinet while the Volcano road is smooth. A rain at any time might make it an undesirable highway on which to build a city ...

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