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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 26 December 1905

ijT'V ,W ' A THE WEEKLY HIM) TRIBUNE, HltO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1905. 1 ,, U wm "i US"' mn ,rr" & ? -''t--JAAA-JAAAAAAAAJAA LET THE HOME BEER BE PURE. Whatever you drink on the outside have only pure beer in I the home. You are absolutely sure of PRIMP LAGER 1 mmmnwinmm It is scientifically brewed from the finest hops and malt, properly ' aged, delightful in flavor and contains no preservative acids. Order a case from your dealer or the brewery. if II ill DEMOSTHENES' CAFE 1 Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Batlis ... A Well- I Stocked Buffet ... 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 I CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE TUAUIimtH' SALAltlKS. Siipcrliitt-inlont ltalililtt Talks Trnrhors' MrrlliiC to Mid specimens collected. These I excursions are a good test of a teacher's discipline. A paper on letter writing was prepared by Mr. L. Maltcrrc and re...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 26 December 1905

UlMAii THE WHKKLY HILO TKII5UNK, HII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DKCKMBKR 2', 1905- --, 'n To Shippers. All trclKht scut lo ships by our lniinchcs will lie churned to shippers unless nccoui ptitiieil by n written order from the cap tains of vessels. 3otf R. A. LUCAS & CO. PLANTERS' LINE OF SAILING VESSELS Dl Line between SAN FRANCISCO j AND HILO. lliirk SI. Cut hurl uc, Cnpt. Saunders Hurk Amy Turner, Capt. Wnrland Sch. W. II. Murstou, Capt. Gove QUICK DISPATCH For freight and passage apply to WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco Z. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents, Honolulu, or H- Hackfeld &Co., Ltd. AUKXTS, HII.O. SERRAO LIQUOR CO LIMITED While- thin hair and baldness aro undesirable for inou, thoy aro vastly moro so for womou. Notlilnfj adds inoro to tho adornment of women than rich, heavy, Hawing trossos. Tho hair Is too valuablo to allow It to suffer from negloct. So just as soon as you notlco that your hair Is coming out you should uso $iair Vigor It chocks falling of tho hair...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 26 December 1905

, 7Tt ii vpi'Mmi'n i.H.JiMii m HjWpiliHUI ?HR WKBmV HII.0 TIUDUNK, HltO, HAWAII, TURSDAV, hKCRMBIJR 26, 1905. .O SBr v?' Tfc- 'J CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS J Whitiiinn's Cnmliro Turner Co. Victor tnlkliij; Miicliltut mill records nt K. II. Moses. Miss lieu H. Taylor, of Wuiolillilt, Knit, is the Kcst of Mr. nod Mrs. C. Cnstcntlyy nt Riverside l'nrk, Mrs. O. V. A. Hnpai is spcrulin the holidays with her (laughter, Mrs, I'nul Hartcls, nt Honolulu. J. A. Scott went to Honolulu l'riilay to meet Mrs. Scott who returned Iront the c iast on the Manchuria. Laces in pretty patterns nt K. II. Mosis nud at reasonable prices I mil told by my customers. Advertisement nppcnrs elsewhere call i i for tenders for the removal of the Riverside School building to the lots 'ucross the street. Miss Florence Hill returned Saturday from Honolulu on the Kauai for n ten duy9' visit with her parents. The bark St. Knthcrinc, Saunders, master, eighteen days from San I;nin cisco, nrrived on Christmas Day with n consi...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 26 December 1905

rsaHi Tim wimtav mi.o TiumjNtt, iiilo, Hawaii, TunsnAY, nncnMimn afi, 1905. m 9 I 4k Ws. s m jft- t-V- RT r ItV l& -fc a." U5V, r.'r k. IN ? HAWAII'S SUCCESS HAWAII'S NEEDS. Governor Carter's Annual Report on Conditions of the Territory Asks Return of Seventy-five Per Cent of Federal Revenue Question of Citizenship, Finance, Public Lands, Commerce, Etc. The following ore Uic recom-i mciidations in Governor carter s nniiiinl report concerning legislation ilesirnble for Hawaii: 1. The passage I y Congress of an act under which the Secretary of the Treasury shall cause to he set aside for a period of twenty years 75 per cent, of the customs and internal revenues from Hawaii, to he used in Hawaii as may be directed by Congress lor tne ioiiow-, ing purposes, to wit, the erection j of educational and Federal public ( buildings, harbor improvements' and Federal military and naval j defenses. 1 2. An act clearly defining the jurisdiction of the Circuit Courts in Hawaii in reference to t...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1906

ft1 n V 4 ttlmti THE TRIBUNE Publishes All the Mows All tho Time THE WISDOM Of Yostorday, tho News of Today. ni T5 T! SE3 -m --r Vol. ii. -HIlO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1906. No. 10. VS OM V. 1 ."1 1 -VJ"U . SCW u t . V. wCT I .V WrfKAl ' i ii. J .". ii k.A PUBUBltltD KVItRY TUU8DAY Orrics, Kino Biuret, IIilo, Hawaii Tribune Block. HUp Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd Publlihen and Proprietor!. l'reitdent ...C.C. JCKHMBDt Vlce-Prctldcnt - It. B. RICUARD BccreUry-Treaiurcr J. Castle ridoway Auditor ..............A. It. Sorrow Director! .....K, M. Thompson. D. W. Makiu Adrcrlliemcnta unaccompanied by ipedBe luitructloni Inierted uutll ordered out. AdTerttKmenti discontinued before expiration tlaued for lull term of apeclBed period will be charged at If con- ATTOKNEYS.AT.LaW. Chas. M. LeBlbnd ATTORNEY-AT-LAW IlawaUan, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters and Notary Public In Office. Office: Sbvkramcr Buiuhno, OppoalteCour Houae, ' ' "iUXO. HAWAII C. Henry White ATTOR...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1906

C'J iKa JV'W t : tt "W a-t l tr-'VS'V "V . VV- -c a' 'n ,. s ' v. rt - PV A ftY , '1 1 1 i-t.t. ' . ?"' .' ifZ. I ,' if f' t A .T"'. - V 4 &l L .W : w :i - ( ,-.'j ?i Li' ji ! ' . ' TUESDAY, - JAN. 2, 1906. Entered at the l'ostofficc at Hilo. Ha waii, as second-clas9 matter POBUSHKD kvbrV xumsdav. J. Whbklock Marsh - Editor D. W. Marsh - Business Manager. In llllo. The rain it ralueth every day, Upon the' just and unjust fellows; But chiefly on the just because The unjust takes the just's umbrellas. With this issue, a new manage racnt assumes the control of the Tridunk. The policy of the paper will he, iu general, as it has been iu the past. The paper will con tinue to use whatever ability it possesses and whatever influence it can bring to bear to promote the interests of the people of these islands and of our island in parti cular. There are questions of special commercial importance at this titnwbat arc up for settlement. The Tridunb joins heartily in the move now being made ...

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 1906

,,,;,,-,. - , :,.-- ,- . ', . ' . ,. ' ' -.:'. ;,' ?;M ?.' $81 V , ,t ' :& THE WlttfKtV HltO TRIBUNti,, ItlLO, .HAWAII, TUESDAV, JANUARV ft, tgo6t i i JL. iria iwm J HV L t r-r i Tr"-- iiTiMgiiftirtaiMiffiinfliiffiinf itiirtr' y I Bisl mitHf vim vfvspiiqmgi4i ' mi 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 REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS AS GOOD AS NEW FROM S20 TO 855 These machines were taken as part payment for the Underwood J. A. M. JOHNSON COMPANY, LTD. 031 FORT STREET, HONOLULU IN ORDER TO CLEAR OUT OUR STOCK OF LIBBEYS' hiir lib . we offer them at a very low price. Though the price might indicate that the goods are not in good condition, such is not the case. Our guarantee goes with every tin. THEO. H. DAVIES & CO. Ltd. i-:s ( m Kaumana Real Estate...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1906

mmwim .-j'WIf.H lTO If ' .-, I' A. MM OTB V ,1T f 'V 'I . J Ik w "T'-"'i,f;-7 , '. . i.'.Tn H li . f1!( 4. ' )T .in JO. ",( j v. v,'M 'M i" 'VI .v j ' r w . V " tKj. . i a ' 1 l ll'.it v SPiV w '". '7t . J. THE WStiKLY HILO TRIBUNE, Hfi6,ftAWAflk TUESDAY JANUARY a, 1906. V t WflfiSr A,T? X. b f; v- If t ? feK Don't ncgtoct your cough. Stop it at oncd anil drlvo aw.iy all thought o( consuniptUlil. llcpln as early as pos- slblo tho sodndr tho botlcr to take "Cherry 9eetoral tho most oftocttvo romedy for cougha and colds of every kind and in every stage Ono of tho most annoying coughs is a throat cough, whoro you havo that constant tick ling In your throat. It cbmos on worso at night, koops you awako, and makes you havo that amothorod foollngi Inthochost. Ayor's Ohorry rootoral quiots tho cough, makos broathing easy, and heals tliov lungs. Thero is no otlior romody so surely to bo rolled on. Thoro aro many substitutes and imitations. Iiowaro of thom and of so-called "Gonulno Ohorry Pec...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1906

.,5.-Pf(- '' 1 Vl : . toj .ti MY.. .". .. . , ' . , ' V fc t Vim WSSKtV HltO tfftlimNE; HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, igo6. ..'A'- IV , & ' v Fr . 7',; f CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS J Whitman's Cnmlles L. Turner Co. Geo. Mumby was a returning passenger on tlie Enterprise Suudny. Mrs. John Watt entertained the Indies of Olaa at nn ofternoou ten on Wednesday last. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kennedy leave the fore part of the wcelc for Kona on a business trip. S. PIser, representing N. Ohlnndt Co., the fertilizer house of Sun Francisco, is in Hilo on a business trip. K. P. Nichols is steadily improving at the Hllo hospital and the threatened operation for appendicitis has been averted. Richard Conradt has btcu promoted to succeed Keith P. Muckle, as book keeper in the office of the Hilo Electric Llgut'Co., Ltd. The monthly meeting of the Catholic Ladies Aid Society will be held at Mrs. J. S. Canario's residence next Saturday at 3:30 p. m. Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co. Gov.John T.Baker, af...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 2 January 1906

K " m .' . ' T i" va fijl 1 mt .? -w j (ff s ? v t&WL WlBBL&r "?L1 '4U K "V , . -.' to St .. V W THE WEEKLY" H10 TRiBUNli, HII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1906. J , V .r.n N( 4? 1!' 1 r. ii"v ' l'','l 4r w, v. ; ra MS 'If! kt & fr' 'V M ? v ere.' CAN CIRCUIT COURTS NATURALIZE CITIZENS. Attorney Carl S. Smith Question Submitted to on Agreed Statement of Facts The Proper Draw ing of Juries. The test case benrinff ou the right of territorial circuit courts to naturalize citizens is how before the supreme court upon an agreed statement of facts. The question was raised by Attorney C. S. Smith at the Honokaa term iti August last iu the ttiul of Moriia Kaizo, charged with murder in the second degree. It was claimed by the attorney for the defense that eight of the sixteen grand jurors who returned an indictment against Morita were citizens of the United States, if at all, by reason of being naturalized by circuit courts, which it is alleged they are without authority to do....

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 9 January 1906

SWfftNW f : Vi ci ; cam aXOKKnUii THE TRIBUNE Publishes All tho Mows All tho Timo THE WISDO Of Yostorday. Nows of Tod 1 ?E3 If T 'H i Vol. ii. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1906. No. 11. lib i i fo h . 'U 'f ! . Ill'1 ft- ! '-lM rf 3 1 & ..;, . Eb" t tf I " y -. ft '. PUOUSURU KVKHY TUI1SDAY Orricc, k'mo Btxbkt, IIilo, Hawaii Truunb Block. Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd Fubllibert and Proprietor!. President C. C. Kknhedi Vice-President .. K. B. Richard. ticcrttarr-Treasurer J. Castle Ridowav Auditor A. K. Suttom Directors ..-. M. Thompson. D. W. Makib .Adrertlsementa unaccompanied br ipectfic instructions Inserted until ordered out. Adrertlsements discontinued before expiration of specified period will be charged at ir con tinued for lull term. ATT0HNEY8.AT.L1W. Chas. M. LeBlond ; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW HawaUan, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters and Notary Public in Office. Office: Skvbrancs Building, Opposite Cour House. IIILO, HAWAII C. Henry White ATTORN...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 9 January 1906

M P 5W , ' f-.v Mfr'v V . J '. SC i-' m a: : . ,t ' ' x : mt I ".'I Vij ' n' f ,t-"r Si , A iM Fv'V ' B'VT v? i ;h lilcr ttbmu , - JAN. 9, 1906. .he Postoffice at Hilo, Ha- .d-class matter JIIKD EVERY TUItSDAV. i.ocK Marsh - Editor IRSU Business Manager. utting down of the number .t lights by the Board of Su pervisors appears to have been done on grounds of economy. The lights were not in superabundance, and it is probable that economy could have been more wisely applied along some other lines. The Elks' lodge is deserving of much praise for the excellence of its performance of New Years even ing. The preparation of the play, as well as the other features of the evening, must have required no little work and time in preparation, and the thanks of the people of Hilo are due them for their good entertainment. We have the news that the gov ernment is about to take the first step towards the improvement of Hilo harbor, with prospects favor able for a continuance of the work and the cons...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 9 January 1906

TpwfS. S7 iW t . . v. t THE Wl&klY HII,0 THIBUKl, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1906. v SUPERVISORS HAVE PROTRACTED SESSION. The Usual Crist of Public Business Disposed of Im peachment Proceedings Enliven Meeting Question of Police Control Disposed of Reports of Various Committees. iif iaailhl lit i Hi ti WOt Hi! iiJiiiHM.(MMiiMillMiftWi Will PLANTERS, ATTENTION! SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT m if ' ffr" i . Fjfo $&' h' . . ttw V mi: $; a Nfci WAff. T,' M?Jt-i 'j,'f LET THE HOME BEER BE PURE Whatever you drink on the outside have only pure beer in the home. You are absolutely sure of PRIMP LAGER It is scientifically brewed from the finest hops and malt, properly aged, delightful in flavor and contains no preservative acids. Order a case from your dealer or the brewery. tmnwiitnnminftfTimmfi'u n wwmw DEMOSTHENES' CAFE Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A Cold Storage Plant on premises with ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 9 January 1906

v!y v-'',r'W' ' fv; 7 r&;.i.. K 7 . A , V.Jkti '" Rrcar . 1 ; - . 4 THE WEEKLY HIM) TRIBUNE, HILp, , HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY a, 1906. .?'& , : 'V " &.-,! &', T- -. n-ii'V? .. ; 8. vX ' " . ' L',' ti.JJ. S.Tf' ' J ''.' J iftW.,f &. fcV-.. ' j .- u . r'C"'' -"' ,- ' W&. WX &." WW.-. wi's- S5 . ' '(. . t ; u - , ;" i ' " &:. fcrf .. 'v w.: .V" . ' WAV ' anra.i ', ' ' .", 0f-. r.j'-' f'air & " ' : m-'- W u - RV iffjV i .. IK ' , hi -hi B '.' itfv . H " Pfc ' ' SR R PV- 1 i. im. .' .; '- 'sv.sr -i .Vr V-v .... 1- . w o m a n can uiTonl fj to ll(lV) a m n I (1 . Not many ( TTO U 1 (11 want ono' around, any .Mray. But you oortnlnly onn1 afford to linvo Ayor' Ilatr Vigor; and most women would bo greatly Improved by it, too. It moans so much to bavo loner, rlcb, boavv' balr; soft, smooth, glossy hair. And this Is just tbo kind of balr you may bavo, If you wish It. If you wish all tho deep, rich color of youth restored to your balr, $Lair Vigor will certai...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 9 January 1906

ftV ' 'W '' 4 t W Vi' , .. &';rafc, .' P" V- V THE WUtiKtY HItO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JAtitiARY 4, igofi. r p.-' if Sr . Bf" r " IF St: CONDENSED Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co. Mrs. Adam Lindsay and children spent the week at Olaa. The Misses Guard spent the week at Pepeckeo, the gucsls of the Dillons. Mr. C. C. Kennedy conducted a party through his cane fields Wednesday. Levi C. Lyman, principal of the Hllo Boarding School, Is recovering from his recent Illness. Company D have announced n dance to be given on the evening of Washing ton's birthday. The Misses Potter spent the Christmas holidaysatFemdalcas the guest of Mr. Charles Purneaux. A. C. Palfrey of Pupnaloa and Albert Horner of Kukulhaele came to Hllo last Thursday on business. Attention Is called to the tax assessors notice in another column. Several Im portant changes will be noticed. The work of laying the new sewer on Front street Is progressing rapidly. Mean while t'i(estrcct is somewhat blocked. Mrs. Jam...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 9 January 1906

. a- i . ? V jjf'r , ? (If 1 LJ 7 6 THE WEEKLY HItO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1906. 'u? MA kJ I I"n I Ifc, S .. t ' n 1 ' V K K. . . ' ( h v t"' 8 iLni . Mk w IV I?- "M l IV .,: it ' f.' tev-' 5 SUPERVISORS HAVE PROTRACTED SESSION (Continued from Page Four) case; that prosecution was legal regardtess of the signers of the original charges, and that the board had no formal notice of any withdrawal of names, citing a New York case in support of his posi tion. Mr. Smith insisted upon his ob jection to the authority of the board raised the further objection that the charges contained in resolution were drafted by the deputy county attorney and were not the charges of the voters of Hatnakua, where Deputy Sheriff Rickard held office. Mr. Alalu stated that they were about to try the case upon the original complaint; that general charges of mal-feasance m, or mal administration of office, were suffi cient. President of the board Moir btated that the original complaint was s...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 16 January 1906

BKWlHni'B KaimMM- aifflPW' '713 vsr viwwibp $ ;'W7K?T!W1i: . ..m :j,S w i . - 'W: ;. ' ". 2-r"'""K' , v.---Tr r - .".: ' - r- ir jt.' a ,-- r kjshi ar 0w)i4a , ;,'- A J ' ' l UjLi i ,1 '-- I , ' & - 'l-t . ',VAtJ : . r -Air , . . ., ' f ' ' .'S ' .-.M-m - A .5 -.,VAJJ Jji'i C (l & THE TRIBUNE Publishes All tho Nows All tho Tlmo THE WISDOM Of Yesterday, tho Nows of Today. .,'M f. W --U 1-L1 8-.llLBrSl 11 IdlltW IT !3 '- .AW VolI ii. HJXO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1906. No. 13. ft fi Ixilmtti. f1!' V rv ,- K' . 4 r y &'-y '! ' t w W". fi?.J.' t w : r-1 M'- L'-'N PDDUS1IKO BVKRY TUH8DAY U'FICX, KINO STKK8T, ItlLO, HAWAII Tribumr BLOCK. Illo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd Publishers uJ I'roprietort. President ....X. C. Kknnbdv Vice-President K. B. Richard. sitcretaryTrea.urer J. Castle Kidoway Auditor A. K. Button Director .It. M. Thompson. D. W. Marsh Advertisements unaccompsnled by speolSc instructions Inserted uutll ordered out. Advertisements disco...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 16 January 1906

l in; mp't ::,, V , .- b fc"' .'-(.ffj .t! i .. 1 i i'M fl v..-y. Tim WSKitftfinid TkifitJNri; kiid, Hawaii 'tmsDAY, January, 1906. L .-ft ',r teV oil &1',' J ,. . ft.; .' r LP'- IV .V J, ; . ' fcV.'A I J! r': I.- &S ! ',' lv .'. i '.s Eft' '''. ' m .' rt'V fc' J. . 1 .'f.f i Re f ! Sv crv TUESDAY, - JAN. i6, 1906. Entered at the Postoffice at Hilo, Ha wail, as second-class matter PUDUSHRD RVKRV TUKSDAV. J. Wiibklock Marsh' - Editor D. W. Marsh Business Manager. Tint desire of the members of the Board of Trade for a greater mani fest interest in its work on the part of the public found voice at the annual Mectine. The efforts of such an organization as promotcis of the public good, commercially and otherwise, certainly ought to have the support of every man who has interest in the welfare of his community. That a board of trade, or similar organization, is important, iu a necessity, indeed, in an am bitious town, scarcely admits of argument; it is a universally ad mitted fac...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 16 January 1906

EM .r ,, -o W vmn ?. OW If T ' . . 71 tU? i' klTV f J. Po HWV wi 0W w; n tk..J. 'V riiwi:m tins. i6W' .'K'F , ... Vj r .'s iv i VTO :U, ' a. AA tf .. . a t tfHti WEEKLY HIM) TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1906. .. ' TV", p-t; W.' VIA. i ) v. '; ts-zj t AT a LA J1' '& , A if " 1 i iW. F,jT"ij m ' Rife. 'J ijiiOinftaiiiiiiiftiftaiiiMjAiMMyiMMMiitMftAOA Fm'MiviymjyqfnvmTV'ifniw' 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 THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. LIMITED. Agents London Lancashiro Flro Ins. Co. National Flro Insuranco Co. Niagara Flro Insuranco 'Co. Corman-Amorlcan Flro Ins. Co. Pennsylvania Flro Insuranco'Co. United States Fidelity Guaranty Co. 'Continental Casualty Co. f"Hf i t H. VICARS, IN ORDER TO CLEAR OUT OUR STOCK OF LIBBEYS' 4, we offer them at ...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 16 January 1906

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Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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