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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 6 December 1904

THK WKKKI.Y IIII.O TRIIJlMK, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DKCKMIIKK 6, 1904. 4 G&lje fiilo vUmuc. MXTINH OK TKAUHKUN. TUKSDAY, DKC. 6, 1904. Kntcuil nt the l'oitofficc at Hilo, Ha Willi, ns second-class tnnttcr I'UIIMHIir.D KVKKV TUKStlAV. J. Casti.k Ridowav - Kditor I). V. Maksii lhislncss Miiiingcr. ARBOR DAY. Nearly every slnte nud territory within the United states lm an nrbor day, which h set apart for the planting of trees. In ninny states and cities the school children take the lead in this commendable work of beautifying a town or ham let. The observance of the day al so teaches the crowing youth familiarity with trees It inspires in the child a love ol nature and fosters an interest in the preserva tion of forests. Kvery street and highway in and about Hilo should be lined with beautiful green trees and our embryo parks should be made to blossom and thrive with .tropical flowers. Cities like Washington, Cleve land, Detroit and New England centers find street adornment one of ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 6 December 1904

Till? WKKKI.Y IIIMJ TRIBUNK, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER C, 1904. Till: IIAMHO'.KCIIIKF SAI,K. s- : r I CONDENSED LOCAL ITlLPia h rfH Christmas cnnhnml booklets-W. N. Co. 11. 1'. Schocii returnt'il Inst night from a business trip fronrllntiiiikun. Dr. nnd Mr. A. U. Clnrk rcturnctl to Honolulu 011 Hie Klnau l'rliluy morning. The inontlily Union meclliii; will be held next Suiulny evening nt Ilnlll church. The Chess Club meets next Suturdny night at the home of Dr. mill Mrs. Elliott. Lclllotid & Smith, nttorncys-nt-law. have u dissolution of partnership notice ill this Issue. Ilakatau Store Xums display opens De cember 5th. Mrs. Aug. Ahrens, und Miss Ahrcus are visiting Mrs. C. 15. Richardson nt Reed's Day. Jim McNiccol and family have moved Into the cottage opposite the Klerrtic Light works in l'uueo. P. M. Bechtcl, U. S. Immigration In spector in Charge at Honolulu, was n Ililo visitor Thursday, returning by Friday's steamer. I. E. Ray has removed from the Ilald win block in...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 6 December 1904

TIIK WUIiKl,Y 1111.0 TRIIMNH, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DliCKMBBK 6, 1904. i H t ASK For a Friend! SPECIAL PACKAGES of five or more boftles assorted make a most acceptable Christ mas present. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN BRANDIES, WHISKEYS GIN, WINES AND LIQUEURS Lovers of Golf! and a Scotch High Ball should always have on hand a bottle of our fine Scotch Whiskey, put up in an attractive bottle. ALSO, VERMOUTH BENEDICTINE CREME DE MENTHE KUMMEL MARASCHINO CHERRIES Serrao Liquor Go. LIMITED "LITTLE JOKER" TOBACCO f V, hOFACE DAVIS Br CO jj f 0 2M YOUR GROCER l'OR GOLDEN GATE FLOUR H. HACKFELD & CO. im., AGKNTS. LIMITED WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WELL-KNOWN CIGARETTE TOBACCO ? "Little Joker" A shipment is to arrive in a few days. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW H.Hackfeld&Co. (Continued I'rotti Page Two.) mid the heavy rainfall (especially on the wind ward side of Hawaii) the lauds are, nt times, almost in1- accessible. The only way to reach them at best is over narrow and precari...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 6 December 1904

THE WEEKLY HILO T1UIJUNE, IIILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1904. m . mm You co to vour barber, wcok after vreok, hoping tlio shampoo will euro your dandruff. Hut tlio dandruff con tlnuos to form as badly as over. Tlio troublo is you do not go at It In tlio right way. Tlio scalp Is diseased, nml you must euro It beforo your dandruff will evor disappear. Slmplo washing will novor brlug this about. of the scalp, aud then tbo daudruft toon dlsatiDcars (or cood. Aycr's Hair Vigor will provontdan druil, and at tho satuo tltno it will koop your hair soft aud glossy. tnni kr Dr. J. C AjerC., Lowell, Mm., U. S. A. For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY Time Table The steamers of this line will ar rive and leave this port as here under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Sonoma December 7 Alameda December 16 Ventura December 28 Alameda .....January 6 Sierra January 18 Alameda January 27 Sonoma February 8 Alameda February 17 Ventura March 1 Alameda March 10 Sierra Mnrch 22 Alameda March 31 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Sonom...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 6 December 1904

THH MiKKLV JlILO THtBUNtt, HILOj HAWAII, TUESDAY, DKCKMBUR 6, 1904, m THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART rxisoiSiViisisre, 1904. MAILS ARRIVK IN HONOLULU AND DP.PART AS HOLLOWS: j S. M. T. 1 i 4 U "Ventura j if 19 20 26 27 W. T. F. .. Sonoma Q Q 14 -JC Alameda tAornngl Id 1G "Alamcdn uu uU fVc2Ta 29 30 s. Coptic 3 Korea lOx 'Mongolia ( tMonna " ) Siberia i 24 J China 31. OVKR the date ARRIVK from the Coast. IIHLOW the dtitr DKPART for the Const. 1 t Vessels whose names nt Vessels whose names ri Dest Victorii K. K. Ivlnilll ilminrtN rmtm B in fnr ltnnohllii rviTV l'ridav (It to:oo n. 111. S. S. Milium Loa'st. tMtk es In Hilo on Saturdays iituf Tuesdays marked (x) nt 2:15 p. in., nrrh .Ionolulu nt daylight three days later. tiuntion of Vers) Ml) To Sun Prancisco; (t) To Colonies; (t) To (I ri.v. It. C; () Tc Ytaofuiim. HOLIDAY GIFTS We Are Headquarters for Hand flirrors Toilet Cases flilitary Brushes Ladies' Combs and Brushes Kodaks and Cameras Perfumes and Toilet Waters Fine Toilet Soaps ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 13 December 1904

m -.dU fcb The Tribune Prints the News "VVc Lead Others Follow in F Vol. io. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1904. No. 7. Mr n jfra III ije Uo Qfrilumc l'UIIUSIUU) HVHRY TUKSDAY OrriCB, Kiko HiRKKr, IIilo, Hawaii Thidl'nr ni.ocK. IIilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd 1'itbllthers anil Proprietors. President .....C. C. Kennedy Vice-President H. E. Riciiahd Secretary-Treasurer J. Castlk Ridoway Auditor A. H. Sutton Hrectors ..Iv. M. Thompson, I). W. Marsh Advertisement unaccompanied by specific nstructlons Inserted until ordered out. Advertisements discontinued before expiration of specified period will be charged as If con tinued for lull term. Drs. Grace and Irwin .opi'icr hours: During the absence of Dr. J.J. Grace Dr. Irwin's office hours will be: 9:00 to tl too a. M., 1:30 to 3:00 anil 7:30 to 8:00 p. M. Sundays: 9:00 to 1 1:00 A M. Residence with Dr. Stow on l'itman St. Dr. John Holland Office, Comer of King ami Pitman Streets lelcpnone 40 a. ( Residence, W...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 13 December 1904

n Till? WKKKI.V HIU) 1'RIBUN'K, HILO, HAWAII, TUIiSDAY, DKCRMHRR 13, 1904. JL HUTTA.NHWHHS II 1 1.0. 9m ?$! r 1 OPENING DISPLAY New Christmas Goods SILVER NOVELTIES Shaving Sets Match Holders Cigar Clips Drinking Flasks TOILET ARTICLES Ebony Combs and Brushes Military Brushes Silver-Mounted COItlbS Nail Polishers Pocket Drinking Cups Manicure Sets Toothpick Holders Perfumes Reading Glasses Button Boxes Book Marks Table Bells Tea Bells Childs' Sets Embroidery Scissors Toilet Boxes Satin Belts Ladies' Ties ALSO: Leather Purses Field Glasses Ladies' Fancy Hats Ribbons Handkerchiefs Pillow Covers Shoes Slippers Hosiery Men's Shirts Belts Suspenders Neckties Bathing Suits Embroidery Linen Handkerchief Linen Table Damask Portieres Blankets Bedspreads Xmas House Furnishings A Fresh and Complete Assortment of Fancy Chairs WritingDesks Center Tables Book Cases Rockers Divans Cheffonieres Curtains Mats and Matting Dining Tables Sideboards Bedroom Sets Ice Boxes Kitchen Furnishings Rugs and Po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 13 December 1904

THE WEEKLY HILO TRIHUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 9'M. WEAKNESS MO AS IT WAS - THIRTY YEARS AflO When you uro weak, nervous, ami nil run down, ovorythiti seems to ro wrong. Ayo-'uSarsapatilla will build you up, ruako your nerves strong, ami giro you pure, rich blood, Horo Is what a nurso ol largo oxporiouco says about it. Mrs. E. II, Choppoll, Btawelt, Victoria, end ua bcr photograph, and writes " I hare been a nurso for thlrty-flvfl yean, and I take great pleasure In recording my oxperlenco with Ayer'a Saraaparilla and Arer'i l'ills. I liaro used these medicines In dilleront parts ot tho world, both for myself and my patients. I luvo had great success with lliein, especially in cases of nervous prostration, Impure blood, skin dlscases.and weakening illnesses in general. I most heartily recommend theso medicines to all sufferers from any ot tho above-named dis tressing complaints." AVER'S Sarsaparilla Then are many imitation Barsaparlllas. Be sure you get "Ayer's."' Ayer'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 13 December 1904

Till? WHKKIA' HI 1,0 1'RIBUNtf, 1111.0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DKCKMBKR 13. 1904. ciiji;' SZ -"'I BSi )C fiUo tubmte.l TUUSDAY, DKC. 13, I94 Kntcudattlie Posloflice at Hilo, Ha waii, na second-class matter PU1IU3I1KD KVRRV TUKSDAY. J. CASTI.lt RlDOWAY - Editor I). V. Maksh HuslneM Manager. STREET ADORNMENT. The growth of a village into a town or a town Into a city, does not mean the wiping out of all vestiges of shade trees along sidevulk9 and streets. In extending streets, those officials in charge appear to have only one view in mind, that streets us jinked and barren as might be found in the slums of N vv Yotk or ns the treeless wastes of San Fran cisco's down-town stn els, should be made. The utilitarian raUeS objection that rain dripping from overhang ing shade trees along street lines spoils macadam roadways. This is not borne out by facts or experience, for moisture conserves the top dress ing of paved streets, while a dry spell will result in a street being veritably turned up-sid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 13 December 1904

THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, U)o. CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS A CtirislmnsCariUmidllooklcts.W.N.Co. Mrs. Sntn lVck rcturmd to Honolulu Inst 1'rlday. J. U. Smith wa a returning Kltmu pnsseuger from Honolulu. The TennU Club will hold a tourna tneut on Monday, January ail. Paul Jarrett win n Hllo visitor last week, returning to Honolulu on l'ridav. Mrs. K. J. Weight left 1'rlday to visit friends ami relatives in Honolulu and Kauai. Owing to the transfer of the Misses Hill the Kalwlki school is without a school teacher. The Bark St. Katherlnc, Saunders, master, cleared yesterday with light car go for Sau I'rancisco. Wm. M. McQuald and wife, who have been guests of the Maddens at Kukuiau, vrent to Honolulu lat week. F. C. Paetow and Geo. Blake both of Kohals, took the third degree In the blue lodge of Masons last night. A call for furnishing the sewer pipe and connections for Hllo sewerage system appears in this Issue. Miss Amy Hill succeeds Mrs. John Kai, Jr. a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 13 December 1904

VHR WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DKCKMHKR 3. 1904 St q mm- ffmi For a Friend! SPECIAL PACKAGES of five or more bottles assorted make a most acceptable Christ mas present. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN BRANDIES, WHISKEYS GIN, WINES AND LIQUEURS Lovers of Golf! and a Scotch High Ball should always have op hand a bottle of our fine Scotch Whiskey, put up in an' attractive bottle. ALSO, VERMOUTH BENEDICTINE CREME BE MENTHE KUMMEL MARASCHINO CHERRIES Serrao Liquor Go. LIMITED at II . IS SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS J, FANCY GOODS We have opened a choice lot, such as : Bohemian Glassware Carved Swiss Woodwork Italian Statuettes, Busts, Vases, etc. German Music Boxes " Steins Bronze Goods Japanese Fancy Goods Satsuma Ware, Vases, Cloisonne Ware CIGARS A new shipment of the favorites of Hilo smokers just to hand : " La Planta " " El Belmont " Needles, Perfectos, etc. " Cremo " Call on us and inspect them. 11. Hackf eld & Co. LIMITED Waianueuue Street, Hilo. YCt 44444.4444444 4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 13 December 1904

Ej "VSF $ ijjr if vww t "-jrrimyvn Pf -"ip-gr-ynv TIIK WUUKI.Y Hir.O TRIBUNU, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1904. n tf B m ft f fVl V . m , u t. i er - Board or Health PPIm How the Race Was Won By CRITTENDEN MARRIOTT CopyrtgM, 100!), bv T C. McClvre SVEA 2? -55 INSURANCE COMPANY Of Gothenburg, Sweden Assets (Home Office) .... f7132J.063.36 As.ets iu U. S. (for Additional Security ol American Policy Holders) 656,678.43 Pacific Coast Department: EDWARD I1ROWK & SONS, General Agents 411-413 California St., San Francisco. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Rosldont Agents, HILO nminwimiHnmiiiimniHiimmnmimmmnmmnmiK I BUY YOURSELF 1 I A CHRISTMAS PRESENT 1 OF 5 iii:ii' r i i n. i . t l m wis liiuiisii amoK n onaccos m u S u w 23 1 "Hut you nrc not n y ; 1 23 I slinll become one If S CS "Hut you know how i Pure Latakia," - - 50c a Tin 1 :F "i cioirt nsk you to I "Best Birdseye," - - 40c a Tin j "TnQimllono' Mivinnn " ORn n Tin 1 i.utuiioio miALiiiD, uuu a i m 1 fromO P QliAiUNCLE SAM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 13 December 1904

0 THIi WEEKLY HILO tfktllUNU, HILO, HAWAII, 'TUESDAY, DECEMDER 13, 1904. 1 Put Your Money in Life Insurance As it gives at once an investment many times larger than the amount you pay in, The security is absolute, and the dividends are exceedingly liberal. Thousands of letters are received every year from satisfied beneficiaries in all parts of the world. This proves the wisdom of holding policies in The Phudential in the hour of need. Whatever your linanccs, great or small, The Prudential has a policy of Life Insurance just adapted to your needs. j m Life Insurance issued and paid for during 1903, over 293 MILLIONS Income during 1903, over Paid Policyholders during 1903, over . . Surplus, end of 1903, over . . ...' Number of Policies in force, over . . Total Payments to Policyholders in 28 years, over 39 MILLIONS 1 1 MILLIONS 1 0 MILLIONS 5J MILLIONS 79 MILLIONS !. The Best in Life Insurance at Low Cost. Policies for Both Sexes, f Amounts to Suit Your Needs Up to $100,000. Assets, ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 20 December 1904

Ml .a iisLi & K . iii ii r i - i L J- t The Tribune Prints (lie News Wo Lead- Ollicrs Follow ' Xp K t lV V f Tf F Vol. io. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1904. No. 8. Jjc $) tier rUmnc i'UUMSltKD KVKRY TUJ'.SDAY UPPtCB, KINO STKKKr, MlLU, IUW.Hl' TRIUUNK II LOCK. IIllo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd Publlihert anil Proprietor. President C. C KKNNKlit Vlce-Pretldent It. K. Riciiahi SecreUry1reaurer J. Castii: Kiuowai Auditor - A. li. Sutton lilrectort -H M. Thompson, 1) W. Mahsii Advertisements Jiiuccumpnnled by specific nitructions interled until otilerid out. , Advertisements discontinued before expiration i of peclfied period nlll be chafed ns If con tinued for tun term.- i Drs. Grace and Irwin oi'i'um nouns: During the absence of Dr. J J. Grace Or. Irwin's ulftce '.lours will be: 9:00 to 11:00 A. M., 1:30 to 3:00 nml 7:30 to S:oo i. m. Sundays: 9:00 to 11:00 A M. Residence with Dr Stow on Pitman St. Dr. John Holland Office, Comer of King anil Pitman St...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 20 December 1904

,'&' J2 TIIK WKHKI.Y tlllO TRIHTNK, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, MiCKMlWIt 20, 1904. I HAHHTIMKS IN HAWAII. 1111,0 IIMJII MUllOOIi. " t " t t ? i'VI HOLIDAY GIFTS We Are Headquarters for Hand Hirrors Toilet Cases flilitary Brushes Ladies' Combs and Brushes Kodaks and Cameras Perfumes and Toilet Waters Fine Toilet Soaps FOR A GENTLEMAN A Box of Cigars is the Most Appreciated Gift La Marylinda, Clear Havana, 10c Size, " " 2 (or 25c. Pedro Garcia, " " 10c Size, " " " " 2 for 25c, El Merito, Seed Havana, Regencia, " Pathfinder, " American Insular Londres, - a it TRICE hQ $3H 10 2.50 25 3.50 50 4.50 50 4.25 100 4.00 100 2.15 50 4.25 100 HILO DRUG COMPAN V LIHITED OGeamc SS Company 11 Time Table The steamers of this line will ar rive and leave this port as here under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Sonoma c December 7 Alameda December 16 Ventura December 28 Alameda January 6 Sierra January 18 Alameda January 27 Sonoma February 8 Alameda February 17 Veutuia March 1 Alameda March 10 Sierra March 22 Alam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 20 December 1904

Tim WKKKLY IIII.0 TRIBUNK, HILO, HAWAII, TUHSDAY, DUCDMBUR 20, 1004. A Life Saved Merer Hro mi. No mnttnr imw III you arc Ayor's Sartnparllla has cured onto terriblocasos, ami Itwlllcuruyou. Mr. Thot. II. Cahe), Barrel Creek, Drip tooo, New South Wales, wr itcs I "I feel It my duty to let BMTcrlnu peotilo know what a wonderful blood. purifying medlcino Is Aycr'a Haraaparllla. My lllntM began with sharp pains In tho limbs, whlto I was liandllnjr wet wool. After n day or two I could not walk, and sultcred tcrriblo pains. My faco turned nearly blark. largo i red blotches came- out all over my body, and than 1 uecamo delirious. I was In two hos pitals for oomo time, and rcr thing was trlod, but I grew weaker and weaker, anil became convinced tliat nothliiK could bn done for mo. I hid heard so much nlxnit Ayer's Sarsaparllla tint 1 thought I would giro it a trial as the last hope. After Liking one bottle 1 thought I felt a llttlo better. 80 I procured another Imttlo, and then an other, a...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 20 December 1904

THK WKHKI.Y HI 1,0 TRIBTNK, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DKCKMHKR 20, 1904. &a l)C filler QfcilUtUC TUKSDAY, DKC. 20, 1904. Ktucitrintttic l'ostoffice at Ililo, Iln wall, ns second-class matter runUSIIKD KVKRV TUKSDAY. J. Casti.k Ridoway - Editor 1). W. Mausii - Hiulncsi Mutineer. THE POSTMASTERSHIP. The fnct that there are two can didates, and possibly a third for the Hilo poslmastership will afford no excuse or warrant for the Governor to recommend an outsider fot the place. The appointment of a stranger before, although done in the interests of the sen if", was a rank injustice to Hilo n id an infer ence that the communi tould not produce a competent peisn to fill the post. There are a number of eminently respectable citizens in Hilo well qualified for the position, any one of whom, if appointed, would make an efficient postmaster. An imported postmaster is no more desired than an imported ''lady stenographer," .especially when Hilo can furnish better ma terial in both instances. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 20 December 1904

THK WKKKI.Y 1111,0 TKMUNH, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DKCDMHRK 20, n;oj. a tai m i & CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS Hi Diaries, cnlendnr j u'k I unit ful Ha waiian view crtlvmlnrn. Wnll Nichols Co. I,. M. WhiMionso, the Honolulu con tractor, is in tho citv. hwUliiK nfur his interests. A Inrne n'soitment of Whitman' can dlrs has just been leoeivrd by 1.. Turner Co., Mil. Deputy Clerk Hitchcock of the l'mirlh Circuit Couit h.u received n commission as a notnry public. George i'.iiil Onncker, formerly of Ullo wns nattirnlizeil n n rillfeti last week in Honolulu by Judge Hole. The opening of the tenders for pipe for the Hilo sewer his been postponed until Monday noon, January and. John I.vcurnus h received n Urge supply of rich, juicy apples, otanueV and ot'icr frnits for the Xmas trade. Snm Decker one time n Illlo real estate agent has opened a gents' furuiMi ing and clothing store nt Wniluku. The Xmas cxercisn of tile Hilo Hoard ing school will be held Thursday even ing at 7:3) -o'clock. Eve...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 20 December 1904

T11K NVKKKLY HII.O TRMUNK, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DKCDMURK 20, iyo. CONDENSED fe Diaries, calciiilnr tils 1 imittful Ha waiian view calendar. WnllN'icholiCo. 1,. M. WhirVlimitu.', the Honolulu run. tractor, is in tin I'itv, looking after his interests. A huge n-woiliiuMil of Whlttunn' cm dies lias just been MTeivcd by I.. Turner Co,, I.ld. Deputy Clerk Hitchcock of the l'ourlh Circuit Court h.ii receiveil 11 commission na a tiotnry public. Georuc 1'iutl Diiuckcr, formerly of Itilo wns naturalized n 11 oltbcti last week in Honolulu by Judge Dole. The opening of the tenders for pipe for the Hllo sewer h.ts been postponed until Monday noon, January and. John I.vcnrgns 1ms received n J.irgc supply of rich, juicy apples, orangeV and ot'icr frnits for the Xuus trade. Sam Decker one time a Hilo real estate agent has opened a gents' furnish ing and clothing store at Wailuku. The Xmas exercise of the Hilo Hoard ing school will be held Tlnlrsdiy even ing at 7:3 y .o'clock. Everybody is in v...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 20 December 1904

T1IK WBKKLV 1111,0 TRIBtNtt, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DBCKMHBR 20, 1904. " l$t .- uva For a Friend! SPECIAL PACKAGES of five or more bottles assorted make a most acceptable Christ inas present. AMEttlGAN AND EUROPEAN BRANDIES, WHISKEYS GIN, WINES AND LIQUEURS Lovers of Golf! and a Scotch High Ball should always have on hand a bottle of our fine Scotch Whiskey, put up in an attractive bottle. ALSO, VERMOUTH BENEDICTINE CREME DE MENTHE KUMMEL MARASCHINO CHERRIES Serrao Liquor Go. LIMITED 1 SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FANCY GOODS We have opened a choice lot, such as : Bohemian Glassware Carved Swiss Woodwork Italian Statuettes, Busts, Vases, etc. German Music Boxes " Steins " Bronze Goods Japanese Fancy Goods Suts una Ware, Vases, Clu'sonne Ware CIGARS A new shipment of the favorites of Hilo smokers just to hand : " La Plonta "El Belmont" Needles, Perfectos, etc. M Cranio " Call on us and inspect them. II. Hackfeld & Co. LIMITED Waianuenue Street, Plilo. V ,,. I I I I ItOIIIIMI I...

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