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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 29 August 1905

TIIK WKKKI,Y HILO TRinUNK, HIM), HAWAII, TUKSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1905. ( ' : X. I nffinmi- HOW THEY FOUGHT THE COMMISSION TRUST. The Fruit Growers of Southern California Brought the Commission Men to Terms Co-operative Plan of Sales and Expenses Details of Scheme and Form of Contract Results. For the benefit of the banaiin and ' fornia Fruit exchange is a mere fruit growers of Hawaii, we print bilow an account of the methods pursued by the Southern California growers in their fight against Hie Commission Trust, which absorbed all the profits of shippers of fruit from Southern California, just as the same individuals are now doing to the banana growers of the Ha waiian Islands. Previous to 1892, the citrus fruits of Southern California were chiefly marketed through commission agents, and it was largely a con signment business, that is to say, the fruit was forwarded usually through local speculators to eastern houses to be sold for growers' ac count. If there was anything left after the ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 5 September 1905

xh Wahmxe. 1 Eft. rtMUMA1 Qam THE TRIBUNE Publlshos All tho Nows All tho Tlmo THE WISDOM Of Yesterday, tho Nows of Today. i i iiwi iiS n r TF HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1905- Vol. io. No. 45. 1 fl I- ,'V ' I 41' ( i f 4?VV I 4jc tic QDvibmtc l'UHUSUl'.I) HVKRY TUHSOAY OrriCK, Kino Stkkkt, Hilo, Hawaii Tribunk Ulock. Ullo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd Fubllthert ami I'roprlctor. President C. C. Kkknehi Vlce-rretlJent It K. Richard. Secretry"Ircutrr . J Castli. Kidowat Auditor A. K. fctmoa Directors K. M.Thomiuon. I). W. MAVtii Advertisement! uiiacconipinleil by ipeclfie Instructions Inserted u"111 "'dered out. Advertisements discontinued before expiration of specified period will be charged as If con luued for lull term. ATTOUNEYS-AT-IjAW. ri TaTlT- ---" Chas. M. LeBlond ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Ilawallsn. Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters and Notary Public lu Office. Office: SltVltHAMCK 1IUIMHNC, Opposite Cour House, 1III.O, HAWAII J. Castli: Ridgway Thos. C. Ri...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 5 September 1905

, f " 2 TIIK WBKKLV HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, Slyl'TKMBKK 5, 1905- l , -. . ... , .... r- - I i?ft. , A- ... Km! '" ,.: rf .i ; ,, i-:v r- Kt "m hi f :i " -,.1 -' -ft, - -).-- r rj .t 1? 4' f r. 4 I t rl N m: ,1' f'tr ;. 4 l)c ilo vtbmuv TUKSDAY, SUl'T. 5, 1905 Knteiedntthc Postoffice at Hilo, Ha waii, as second-class mailer PUIIMSIIKD KVKKV TUKSOAV. J. Casti.k Uidgway - Kditor I). W. Maksii lluslnesi Manager. EDUCATE AT HOME. Principal I. A. Richmond gives every evidence of a conscientious desire to build up a strong educa tional institution in the llilo llitjlt School In the process of forma-trouble tion he may have to meet many difficulties of curriculum and school management owing to the embryo nic character of the undertaking. He will not be required to create a high school out of raw recruits how ever, for tiintiv of the students of the upper Grammar Grade have received preliminary high school training at the hands of former Prin cipal Smith and Miss Potter. Much of...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 5 September 1905

P" h t i t ft-'j "-"ihtiMiiiifiiin Dil mm l mmmitvmDivwvmwimwmmvwmimi' n'i DEMOSTHENES' CAFE Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies of the Season ... Open Till Midnight WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE The Entire Family Sets ud a wail and provider neglects to have on hand a supply of RAINIER BEER Anybody who gives it a fair trial, from Baby up to Grandpa, prefers it as a beverage. Ask your dealer. RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS AGENTS, HONOLULU OUR BRANDS OF. 4 4 P1 1 zc in" GRANULATED CctllVtll 123 Oz. Packages Five packages gratis in each carton. "DpTVU if" GRANULATED K.C1 Ul L i23 0z.Packages Five packages Duke's Mixture gratis in each carton. "Kipling" , A high grade for THEO. H. DAVIES & CO. Ltd. INSURE YOUR PROPERTY... In a Reliable Insurance Company Wo aro tho Rositlont Agents for tho Phoenix of Hartford, Conn, and Svea of Gothenbu...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 5 September 1905

THE WKltKtY HILO TRIBUNE, iittO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPTEMHER 5, 1905. T I M fi l u L h f FT' ;'V LV 1 L L'" & " &i f: v - i. r. h v Is? Do not onvy tho beautiful hair of others, BBH Illtt pOASeKS it yourself. Somo nro born with beautiful hair, others ncquiro It, but nouo havo it thrust upon tho m. Thoso who ac quiro it do so, lor tho most part, by tho discovery that there- is a remedy for locks thinned by disease, or which may havo bo como !romaluroly gray; and that remedy is filler's flair Vigor Tlavo you lost your hair? It will rostoro it. lias jour hair faded or turned gray? It will bring back tho color and gloss of youth. In brief, tlioro is no condition, short of nbso luto destruction of tho roots, In which Ayor's Hair Vigor will not produco luxuriant hair. Do not bo deculvod by cheap imita tions which will only dlsapolnt you. Mako suro you got AVER'S Hair Vigor. PrfprcdbjDr.J.C.A7er&Co.,l4witl,Hiii.,U.S.A. For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY HILO MARKET CO., LIMITED. Tele...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 5 September 1905

$ IP" THE WKKKLY HILO TRIHUNR, HII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, SKPTKMI1KR 5, 1905. 5 iv r, k- V "r- r r. 1 'J K i'" v m m ! 1 1 r Bfc: CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS J lli lot new fiction. Wall Nichols Co. The public schools open this tnornhij:. The llilo Hoarding school opens to morrow. HIIss Harriet Hnp.ii returned from Honolulu on Wednesday. The Catholic parochial schools received pupils for enrollment yesterday. Yesterday was Labor Day, mill ob served by the Hunk and I'ostollicc. Miss Alice Arnold was a departing passenger for Honolulu last week. Miss Anna Morehcad of llerkely, Cnl.. is visitiiiK her brother II. II. Morehcad. Miss Ksther Lyman was a returning Kiii.iu passenger last week from Hono lulu. Miss Florence Hill returned to Hono lulu to resume her studies at the Normal School. Miss Ruth Richardson left on l'riday for a visit with her cousin Miss Minna Ahretis, Mrs. J. W. Cooper and son, C. J. Cooper, of Honolulu, me Volcano House visitors. l'OR Sai,K 10,000 smooth Cayenne pineapple plan...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 5 September 1905

mJTp"1 l'Hlt WKRKLY III 1.0 TRinUNK, IIILO, HAWAII, TUHSDAY, SRPTKMIWR 5, 1905. is f Ml: at. ,, '!- ?-. S" "jT ; tr .v t 1 ' f- ' 1 ' THE DISCOVERY OF A NEW KIND OF ORANGE. Government Experts Create a Hardy Fruit To With stand Frost and Cold After Six Years of Experi ment and Labor Efforts Are Successful Cultiva tion Popular and Profitable. The United States Department of Agriculture at Washington, D. C, has by a process of evolution and development created a new orange, which promises to revolutionize orange growing as a safe and reliable industry. The new orange is the product of six years of labor, care and cultivation. The "great freeze" of tSyG which destroyed more than half of the the orange groves of Florida and land Wilson. "They can be grown in every back yard south of the Ohio and l'otomac rivers, and will make an excellent home fruit, as well as an orchard fruit, and a popular foliage plant, as well as a money getter." This fall more of the seedlings are fruiting and incr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 12 September 1905

r I foxier Exilmw- a JL -163 THE TRIBUNE Publishes All tho Nows All thoTlmo THE WISDOM Of Yesterday, tho Nows of Today. TF ? . I 11 Vol. io. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1905. No. 46. lit 5. .Nfe'- '.WMa v ,.M, -v J ft' ,a r. ? - iVj V fi ' v' r iv v, .v .j Hs '1 V f1 . .- ,c- . . t ., 'v ',1 V 1)P fiUtf C&vtlumc I'UDUSIIKM HVHRY TUESDAY okpicu, Kino brnKur, IIilo, Hawaii Tkiuunk Ulock. Uilo Tribune Publishing Compnny, Ltd Publlahera ami lToprltloii. Preitdeut C 0. Kknnkdv Vlce-Pretldeut K E. RlCHAku. Secretary-Treasurer. . . J Cajilk Kiduway AuJItor A. 1. Surto.N Director! U. M. Thompson, I). W. Maksii Advertisement! unaccompanied tiv peel fie iumuctlom inserted until ordered out. Advertisements discontinued llbrceilratlon of specified tierlod will be dialed at If con Inued for lull term. ATTOUNKYS-AT-LAW. Chas. M. LeBlond ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Hawaiian, Japanese, mid Chinese Interpreters and Notary Public In OMce. Office: Skvkkanck Builuing, Opposite Cour H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 12 September 1905

V A TIIK WHKKjW IIILO TRIBUNE, IIILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, SHl'TKMBEK 12, 1905. r", J 1 ' r I- ' V ' ?v m rat l K. Ijc Silo vilmm TUKSDAY, - SKl'T. 12, 1905 Knlcied lit the l'ostoflicc ul Hilo, Hn wall, ns second-class matter runusitr.t) kvkkv tuhskav. J. Casti.k Uidgwav - Kdttor 1). W. MauSII Husiiicss Maunder. WILL SUPPORT THE SCHOOIS. Upon his return, Governor Carter is reported as having given an as surance that all school items in the loan appropriations will be expended ( as provided. This is welcome news and a contradiction to the first re-1 port that it was the purpose of the ' I administration to sacrifice llilo I - 1 propriatious, including that for sen er and llilo High School, for the im provement of Honolulu harbor. As an evidence of his thorough appreciation of the impoitance of supporting our school system, Gov ernor Carter has determined to place his own children in the public schools. It is likely that the ma jority of citizens of the Territory will heartily endorse thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 12 September 1905

I ' V 'I. TIIK WKKKLY HILO TRIMJNK, HII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, SKPTUMHRR 12, 1905. COUNTY BOARD MAKES MANY APPROPRIATIONS. North and South Kona File Mass of Petitions Five Thousand Dollars Set Aside For Roads Hilo Band .Receives Support Building Regulation Ordinance Passed Personal Expenses Disallowed. - -' --"--Tin II Ifllf 83 II Si rs For the Stomach's Sake mi occasional glass of beer is very good. It is a well established fact that PRIMO LAGER f For a Good Smoke W f?4 J. i I V :4M 4 v J imMtfMMfiHMUMIm'rH, DEMOSTHENES' CAFE Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies of the Season ... Open Till Midnight WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE OUR BRANDS OF. "Sealskin" ,s I'ivc packages gratis in each carton. "DArillif" GRANULATED tCll Ull 1 23 Oz. Packages Five packages Duke's Mixture gratis in each carton. "Kipling" A high grade for THEO. II. DA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 12 September 1905

I A Till? WKHKLY HII.O TRMUNK, HILO, HAWAII, TUF.SDAY, SF.l'THMUF.R i?, 1005. I ' v v f 4 Is' $. A 9! ' "f V ' w 1. v h to -'- -' f s v ra. j .. -. . - "B ' !&. r-. t ? ? I i - dfU- - fr ft ,.. VI rb K K .i"" J ' fcl ' A cough is a danger signal. You should hied its warning ir(iniitly. lloglu nt unco, mid tako regular dosos of zii(er 9 G & SAfy A' x Hi N 1 flUSNWA .Tfc"tfVW inrrv vas ii-swa Ghem( Pectoral All serious lung troublos begin with a common cold. A cold in tho throat easily passes to tho bronchial tubos, and you havo bron chitis, loading pos sibly to pnou- Jimonia or con sumption. Stop your cold beforo it goes down Into tho chest. When you bring a bottlo of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral into tho houso you bring with It relief, good cheer, hone, and suushluo. It is a standard and unrivaled remedy for colds and coughs. Thero are many substitutes and Imi tations, llewaro of them and of so called "Oouulno Chorry Pectoral." Ho suro you got AVER'S Chorry Pectoral. Put up in lar...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 12 September 1905

I Tim WMJKLY IIILO TRIBUNlt, ltU.0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, SUPTUMBKR 12, 1905. 4 1 ( A 1 t . L CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS 1 rfS Goodwin's Hook-keeping. W ' (-'0' John T. Molr was n passenger to Hono lulu on l'ridav. Judge C. 1'. Parsons spent Sunday nl the Volcano House. 15. 1). Haldwln was a returning passen ger from Honolulu on Wednesday. Next Saturday U Regatta Pay and n holiday wllhln the Territory of Hawaii. 1'or SAMS 10,000 smooth Cajenne pineapple plunli. Knmilre of Jim Morris. II. 15. Picker, the insurance man, made n business trip to Hiloon Thursday of last week. The Sunday School picnic of the I'irst l'orelgu Cliurcli will be held on Saturday next at Sccoiinet. Miss Jakcns mid Master Jakeii3 of l'a. paikou left for Honolulu on l'ridny to to rcsuu.c their studies. Why cut your own throat when you cm buy n Gillette Safety Razor nt Holmes Store for five dollars. David Maun.iola, recently nrrcstcd for b caking into the I.aupahoehoe post office, plead guilty before Judge Dole in Honolulu....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 12 September 1905

y-idT'U&i "siy'r -., V ? n ' i 4... TIIK WUKiaV IIII.O TRIIJUNK, lHI.0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, RRl'THMUKR 12, 1905. " s 6 J-.T - ue h ! 'I- ..4P- V:i- . U , vl ,' i " i? ;r P: i"' v K $ t V. f r COUNTY BOARD MAKES I believed tliis would open the doors i for other claimants, such as the bill MANY A" I nlll Km I lUNu for ?620. siiiptnaii said this claim , had already been examined and (Continued from Page four.) why tho nllowance for the Coui'ty of Hawaii each mouth was $8,800, while he noticed that the County of Onliu received varying amounts, $20,000 one month and perhaps $40,000 the next. Chairman Moir who was to leave the next day for Honolulu was appointed a commit tee of one to confer with the Terri torial Auditor regarding the dis crepency. Supervisor Maknakanc offered a resolution appropriating $150 from the Puna Road Tax fund for re pairs to the Kaola-Kainm ro.nl. Supervisor Shipman called atten tion to some of the bills in the hands of the Finance Committee, which appeared to ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 19 September 1905

- k fclxr Cxxlmw- JL. mjUs, THE TRIBUNE Publishes All tho Nows All tho Tlmo THE WISDOM Of Yesterday, tho Nows of Today. TP Vol. io. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN .ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1905. No. 47. fo3 41 X vftt 1. Ije Tptlc vUutm l'UHLISIIUl) KVKKV TUH8DAV Omen, Kino Sthkut, into, Hawaii TKIItlINK I1IOCK. Ullo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd l'ubllihcrt anil l'roiirletor. Prcaldeut C C. KliKNkDY Vice-President H K Riciiahd. SecreUry-ttemuur J. Casilk KiijOWAY Auditor A. K. S.UTTON Directors . M.Tiiomihon. 1) W. Maksii AdvertUcmentii jtiHccomiaiiltl by pecifif ljitructioiit Inserted until onleted out. AlYertlKinriitsiliscontliiutil before expiration of specified period will be charged at If con luucd for lull term. ATTOUXKYS.AT.L.VW. Chas. M. LeBlond ATTORNnY.AT-I.AW Jlawall.u, Japanese, and Chlneie Interptetera and Notary l'ubllc In OUice. Office: Skvkkakck Huii.ding, Opposite Cour Home. 11II.O, HAWAII J.Castlh RIDGWAY TllOS.C.RtDGWAV Ridgway & Ridgway ATTOKNHYS-AT-LAW toli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 19 September 1905

WBHfc kiBBBJsl Ji wMliJUnHKHH v Wfl w&Af-m&m. ' ' " i il .rEfflBKl'TKB'' JMmi ttow "pwppf9npHpiT Tf1 prr" 'wtf Till? WKRKXY Hil.6 TRillUKK, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, SKl'TRMHRU 19. J2S' i2 T c" - a Hi 2s ". J . fe ; "-M tJ v a l)c $ilo riluute TUKSDAY, - SKl'T. 19, 1905 Elltcicdntthc l'osloflicc at Hilo, Ha Willi, ns second-class matter PUIIMSIIKH KVKKV TUUSDAV. J. Casti.h Uidoway - Kdilor 1). W. M KS1I lluslucss Manager. PLAYING FAVORITES. There is :t suspicion that Gover nor Carter is playing his favorite when he announces his intention to eliminate the expenditure of nil ap- propriations in the loan fund except those known as appropriations) "general." Hy this process, Ho-1 nolulu secures $620,000 out of 86i,iOO, the amount ol money ap-' piopnated by the last legislature , under the head of "general appro priations." The TuiiiUNH called the atten tion of the legislators last February, when Governor Carter made his recommendations to the legislature that the division then pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 19 September 1905

ESflKl TUB WUUKXY 1111,0 TRIBUNIt, HII,0, HAWAII, TUESDAY, SUI'TKMUKR to, i9o5. 3 A-nrninirf r hrififiiiiiii Mm IJ ff;Al rrr winvwfiiinuMmiiMMnnn mt, DEMOSTHENES' CAFE I Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well- I Stocked Uuflet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A I Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies I of the Season ... Open Till Midnight I WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO 1 CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE OUR BRANDS OF. 4 ' 2 1 dT in" GRANULATED CCUIVIU 1 23 Oz. Packages Five packages gratis in each carton. "Recruit",-; Five packages Duke's Mixture gratis in each carton. "Kipling", A high grade for THEO. H. DAV1ES & CO. Ltd. INSURE YOUR PROPERTY.. In a Reliable Insurance Company Wo aro tho Resident Agonts for tho Phtenix of Hartford, Conn, and Svea of Gothenburg, Sweeden H. HACKFELD &. COMPANY, Ltd. Kaumana Real Estate THREE MILES FROM POST OFFICE A SPLENDID opportunity is ofleied to buy 82.8 ACRES of Land, on the Kaumana Road, suitable FOR RE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 19 September 1905

I , 4 TIIK WKUKtV IIII.0 TRIUUNK, 1111,0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, SUPTUMimu to, 1905. s o o o n o o s o o o u o (J u CI s n o o o o o o 8 u u o s yr u: 03030300000330000000300333 "SIMLA SCALP TONIC u u s r u v u u u o o o u o u u u (J u D u u u l'crumiicnllv Cures Dandruff ntnl Falling Hair. Renders the hair soft and gloy; allays itching, ntnl is cooling mill refreshing to tlic realp. It is the only specific that will positively cure dandruff. Directions: Kill) into tlic scalp twice n week with tile ends of the lingers. When the ilcsireil results arc obtained, use twice n month, 01 o o u o u o o o o o u o PRICE 25c THE HILO DRUG CO. jj Ltd., Solo Agonts ft HILO, - - HAWAII 8 033330033330333333333333U SERRAO LIQUOR GO LIMITED WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS Complete Stock of I'incst Table Wines, livers, Whiskies, Gins, Ilraudies and I. ((incurs. Sole Agent for PRIMO BEER Wholesale House: Serrao Block, Shipmati Street leiepiione o. 7 ij THE UNION SALOON Always on Hand , BEST BRANDS Of Wines, Liquor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 19 September 1905

' ' wwlp inn wukkly ntr.o TRtnuNK, itiLo, iiawaii, tuksday, skptkmhnr to, tQQ5- 5 CONDENSED fft Mr. nml Mrs. Gere will occupy the Ilnycs cottngc oiiW'ninmtcmic sttcct. Tvvcnlvfivc I'lirlURUMc families nre wanted at Mounliilu View. Sec ndv. Win, Williamson, representing Ue Von Hum Vomit; Co., is in llllo on business. County Treasurer T. K. Lalakca 1ms been confined to Ids home for the just week. l'ou Sai.i; 10,000 suiooth Cnyeiinc pineapple plants. Enquire of Jim Morris. Jos. 011)1), manager of I'aiiuhau l'lanta tion, ttinde n business visit to Ililo on Thursday. Miss Etta Locbensteln has secured n position with I.. 11. Kerr & Co., Ltd., Honolulu. Eheu S. l.ow, manager of Ilniiiniila Sheep Slation, was n Uilo visitor on Thursday. Why cut your own throat when you can buy n Gillette Safety Razor at Holmes' Store for five dollars. John 1'. Curls, clerk ofhse Circuit Court at Kailu.i, has sent in his resigna tion to tnke effect October 1st. T. McCaut Stewart, the colored repub lican ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 19 September 1905

TIIK WKUKI.Y IIII.O TRIBUNU, HII.O, HAWAII, TUHSDAY, SHPTKMimtt 19, 1905. THE RUSSOJAPANESE TREATY OF PORTSMOUTH The End of the Bloody Strife Signing of the Treaty Japan's Concessions Russia's Gains Causes of the War and Results The Price of Peace President Roosevelt's Diplomacy in Preserving Harmony. The result nt Portsmouth may upon the cznr with as much earnest be summed up in these terms: ness as the President. Japan Knitted everything, and Kits- The representatives of both na- sia lost everything but the money cost of war. It came to a point where the choice was between peace, and an indefinite prolonga tion of what up to date had been one of the bloodiest conflicts in history. Russia, beaten at every stage of the game, was willing to be still further beaten and sacrifice lives without number rather than pay an indemnity, while Japan, victorious in a way that had com manded the wonder and admiration of the world, and entitled by the precedents of history to money com pensation ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 26 September 1905

BWWhHj JS Jk .jafeis THE TRIBUNE Publlshos All the? Nows All tho Time THE WISDOM Of Yesterday, tho News of Today. r sr r Vol. io. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1905. No. 48. PKEeSsH flxvntne. mx0 K m&s rsr- Jjc $tlo C&vUmuc l'UIlUlHHItl) KVKKY TUiSI)AV Officii, Kino Sthkkt, Hilo, Hawaii Tribumk 11LOCK. Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd l'ubllihert niul Proprietor. Preldeut C. 0. Kknnbiiy Vice-President - H B. Hicham SecreUrytreiouri.T.. .. J. Castlk Kiikiway Auditor A. I. Sutio.n Director H. M.TiiuMiso, D W. Maksii AdvertUemcnla Jimccoiiii!iiilcd by itieclBc iiiitructlom luicrled until ordeied out. AdverllaeiiienttilUconliiiucil before expiration or specified period will be clinked as If con luued for lull term. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Chas. M. LeBlond ATTORNRY-AT-LAW HawalUn, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters and Notary l'ubllc in Office. Office: Skvkkancu Building, Opposite Cour House. HII.O, HAWAII J. CASTUt RlDCWAV TllOS. C. RlDCWAV Ridgway & R...

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