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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 17 January 1902

"' f r I i I i i i ' l' , ' i . G I 11 y I It LOCAL ITEMS. Money to loan Wise. Sheriff Andrews, after n week in the hospital is again upon the streets. l'or screen doors oil sizes go to Richlcy, llridge street. J. K. Rochn the well known tailor will ninkt n business trip to Kohnla in a few tl.l) s. Frntik Woods, the cattle rancher of Kohaln is in Ililo slopping at the Hilo Hotel. Tile Mnlsoii Line has completed the construction of two new barges to be used in lightering vessels. R. I. Auerbaeh arrived home by the Kitintt with his wife and three children lifter a short visit in the Capital City. l'or Kent Oflice, corner King and Pit man streets. WISH. A. W. Pearson, business manager of the Hawaiian Gazette Company arrived with his wife this week for a short vacation. Mrs. Ci. W. Paty of Olna, who tins been one of Ililo's uurs.es for the past three years, has given up her work as nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Levi I.ynmn came down from their Olna residence last Friday where they have been spend...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 17 January 1902

' KMitMHfcdHraataja&aaM&ftiM. l - . - - ri ' ' fmTT7wml"lT7" npffjtiifianii BllMMIWiiiiiMiii iir ill i i i ''WWiPPYfPv ' f , ,' 'frlwwmBKmmSmWfmy' i r ,F" N I l V '- f. i' A. ! y- a !&' : V h.r i Te Hilo Hotel, R. L. Scott, Manager First elnss iu every respect. Delightful location. Spacious vcran 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 and 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 I'irc Underwriters. Day & Co's Celebrated Fixtures. Always on hand a full stock of Electrical Material, at lowest prices. Frosted Lamps Thc J?1"1 ThIB. al cost prices. Ivstlmatcs furnished on all classes of Electrical installations. Wc have thc BEST ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM In thc...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 17 January 1902

UT,, V v- , V I "Why not look jotuig? There's guiiulno pleas- uio In holding Itai'k Father . T I mo flf- . iuu it u r t w o n t y ' years. You can do it easily wllh Ayei's Hair Vigor, for it chusnll thatdark n id rich look totlio 1 'nr which belongs to y 1. 1 life. Oyer's air Vigor You know tin1 1 1 v how pood Queen IIi.ss, polndi j.r to tlio heaullful lialr of n peasant yiil, old, "Tlnio's n real royal ciovu. I miii)i1 tiado my poldeu onu for 11 ' That was long ago. Sow you can have i "realrojnl crowu" of your own, Minplv hy using Ayer's Hair Vigor. 1c m..l e-i tlio hair grow vthlck and long at.il Mi.pt it falling out. When jour hair is lieh and heavy, and uhenlho closest inspection falls to delect ti single, giay h.ilr, jou will cer tainly look a great deal jounger, and you will ho much better satisfied with yourself, too. Isn't that so ? Prepared b) Dr. J.C. A)tr Co., lunell, .Misi., U.S.A. Union Barber Shop. OAKCIA & CAN'AKIO, Props. mmri mMMii msmm wwmy mmm&" KflYWkV' '...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 17 January 1902

wl'fc filter -ti A.A1 -tr'i -fc, i , ..nil ti.i mMrrnMiniJi . i, m, a " 'ft. H" .A'V T P$GT."iflr f. t ,W4fW f" , 'i f i " t t. bW fl &.u 4 THIS FIRST BANK OF HILO LIMITED. Incorporated Under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. CAPITAL, $200,000. PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO. r. riCK President. C. C. KKNNHDV Vlce-rrcn. JOHN T. MOIR...Jtnt Vlcc-Pres. C. A. STOIIIK Ciuhler. A. K. SUTTON Srcrctnry. DIKHCTOKS: J.S.Cnnnrio, John J. Grncc, 1'. 8. I.yumi, II. V. ratlcn, Win. Piillar. W. II. Hlilptiinn. Draw ISxcliunuc on Honolulu The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd. San Francisco Wells Fargo & Co.Hank Nltw York Wells Fargo & Co's Hank. London Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co. Hongkong and 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 and carefully attend to all business con nected with hanking entrusted to it. Sells and purchases foreign Kxchangc, issues Letters of...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

fjNM " fxlc fLrfimnt. S& Bright, Reliable, NEWSY Tlie Pi'oKressive PAPER OH HAWAII. 4 t AND POPULAR, Vol. 7. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902. No. 12. -, ' w .11 ' i.' Br Ijc gjUa QDinlumc eijni.lSHHI) UVHRV 1'KIDAY o.'1'icii, llKHKii; Sthkkt, Itno, Hawaii. (Thihuni: IIlock.) Illto Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. l'utitMicrs ntul l'roprletors. rrcltlent C. C. KhNNMiY VlcL-1'reiiltleiit K. E. Riciiakii Sccrilary-'l rmiiirer . .. Mks. Wm. McKav, Jh. Auditor A. I. Stirum !cIiim".7.'...'""."!!...C. II. 1'AiKim. J. II. II01.K. , I Dire Ailvrrtleuieut4 timtccotnnntilrcl ty specific nilructioui inicrleil until ortlcrnl out. Advertisement itUcontlnueil before expiration of 4eclfiet iwrloil will lw cliarrjcil a If cun tlnuul Tor lull term. Atlilren nU ronimutilcntloii'i either to the I Kililurifll or UiHiie Departments of Thk lln.o ThIIIUNR 1'1'IILISIIINO ClIMI'ANV. The columns ul Tin: nii.oTmnu.NMire nlwiiyit open to cominutilcatioiiH on subjects within the scop...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

rl vn a.Y c 4 f y 1 W . J: 5 I3rilit, Reliable, NEWSY Tlie ProKresslve PAPER OK" HAWAII. 4f .ft" . AND POPUI.AH. r . ,f SC3 ST ,M Voi,. 7. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902. No. 12. :' lutilrttti XIjO X .tv- . v . "' K. Ijc $Ua C$iUutui PlJIlLISIIHI) UVKKV l'KIDAY Oi'i'icit, IIkiikik Stki:i;t. lino, Hawaii. ( Thmunk IIlock.) Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. Publishers and Proprietors, President - C. KkNNKtiY Vice-President - H- C Kiciiakii 8ecut.iry-'lrt.auter . . Mks. W.M. McKav, Jm. Auditor A. U. SrnuN Din-dor c. ii. 1'AiBKk. j. ii. hum.. Advcr tlfinrtit unaccompanied ly specific ustriictious uincrtcil tin 1 1 1 ortiereii out. Advertisements discontinued before expiration of specified period will lie charged as if con. lliiui.il Tor lull term. Address nil communications cither to tlie Kditorlnlorlliisiuess Departments of Tiik Hilo Thiiiuni: 1'uiit.miiiNo Companv. The columns ol Tiik HIloTkihunk are always open to communications on subjects within the sc...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

HHffiP t i "4 i', Bj. At. m S. tv to rs rn. M ) ' i i fiackfcld Eimited SOLE AGRNTS FOR THE FAMOUS Budweiser Beer Jlincricn's Greatest Tavoritc H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD. & Demosthenes' Cafe CUISINK UNFXCKLLF.D, service unsur passed; dining room and booth furnishings, TIIK FINKST to lie found in the Hawaiian Islands. Dinner Parties, Banquets, and Suppers served under the supervision of the proprie tor, cither at the restaurant or at piivate residences. CHAMPAGNKS and fine Table Wines; card room, reading room and buffet. D. LYCURGUS, MANACiKK. 5iS2jM Mi IVl-i.l" j - rNO Pages 6 and 07 of our large Economist," give descriptions, Store Prices for everything photographer. We can save you money on Cameras and Camera Supplies. Send far Catalogue. Eastman Kodaks, $4.00 to f;8,oo . . . Billiard Magazine Cam eras, $I2.do to 25.00 . . . Premo's and Poco's, all sizes and styles. Velox and Uromlde papers Plates at 15 off list Prices . . . velopment, Paper, Blue Print Paper, Sollo, Arlsto S...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

't' W i i '.! u 1 l 1 W; M' I tf . !M tm S .5 H o J W 3 o a, o c) u j o Q c O i 1 -a S I M r f- o 'H f-H VL O Cl) in u o o Q a CD a C3 TKADE KXL'ANSION. A London Journal's Views on Amer ican Invasion of Eugliuul. "Wc are no longer engaged in wondering whnt America may mean for the Americans. We arc sufficiently pre-occupied with fears of what it may mean for ourselves. In the prospects of the people of the United States, indeed, there ap pears at the present moment to be wonderfully little cause for imme diate anxiety. They are citizens of a country which has attained the highest level of average prosperity that the world has ever seen. Their commercial sticngth is more invul nerable at home and more irresisti ble abroad than that of any other nation. They have greater oppor tunities and fewer burdens head for head than have Englishmen or Ger mans. No extcrunl enemy can ever break the mainsprings of their power of trade. They have indefi nite room to multiply within their own fronti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

M txrtt ty vP i hw. '., i)e gjikr rilnmc FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1902. Kntcicdnlthc I'oslofTicc al Itilo, Hn wall, ns sccoud-clnss matter ruiiMsmtn kvkrv "kiuay. L. W. llAWORTII - - Bailor. HIGH POLITICS. Readers of the Tkiuunk who de light in the problems of high poli tics, will find considerable food for thought in the matter published in the news columns of this issue. "High politics" is nn Knglish ex pression coined to distinguish cer tain political questions growing out of Hritish Foreign Office cotnplica tiqns, from the more petty prob lems coming under the head of Domestic Affairs. In America, pre vious to the expansion era, big pol itics signified home matters; peanut politics, foreign affairs. Now in America, while internal questions have lost none of their importance, the puzzles on the political periph erics of the nations have grown to fascinating dimensions. T h c Yankee has therefore joined his British cousin and at least affects a personal interest in high politics. "Who- pr...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

-jrfl S' LOCAL ITEMS. Money lo loan Wise. Wninkcn Mill started gritHliii cane lnl Monday. l'or screen doors nil sien go to Htclilcy, llt-iile street. Mr. Hayes of Olaa visited with friends hi the city yesterday. Green River, the whisky without n headache; trv it and see. Drop nrouiul lo W. C. Peacock & Co.'s, they have it (ot sale, with tn.iny other brands. A. W. l'earson nml wife tetnrn to Ho nolulu today I iv the Kiniill. Rubber lire work done nt the Entci prise Carriage Shop; reasonable prices, s ilisfarlinti giiatautccd. . 1'. Ferrcira wis n pissengcr lo the C.iast by the Marion Chllcott. Christinas nml New Year's have gone, Mint we are stilt at the old stand on Hridgc street. W. C. l'eacock & CO., I.ld. Sinitury Inspector, I'. S. How man is now located in the olllc of Dr. R. It. Reid. A few very handsome chniis, uphol steied in lenther nml elour, have just heen opened hy E. N. Holmes. Government Hul-nii ilogist A. Koehc c is ugiiu in llilo having ariiwd hy the last Kinn...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

' W ' ' $rfnf fiym'H) y R- JTf T.v'3nHHHIIMiBHMHHBIIHIHIHP!lHIIIH '1? Hi tf " ,l ' ,f j i f L" M ! .' Vf, Jfc r V n Ttie lo Hotel, R. L. Scott, Manager 1'lrst class in every respect. Delightful location. Spacious vcran das, commanding fine view '" imuiiitniii ami ocean. Rooms large nml airy, opening onto fiiile verandas. Cusine the Best. Service Excellent. Special rates lo permanent guests ami persons taking meals only. Clubhouse ami billiard rooms attached to Hotel. Rates $3.00 per day. Conveyance meets all steamers. Hilo Saloon KING STRKKT. Houses Wired With Latest Approved Fittings, And In thorough Compliance with the rules of the Hoard of l'ire Underwriters. Day & Co's Celebrated Fixtures. Always on hand a full stock of Electrical Material, at lowest prices. Frosted Lamps Tllc I'nlcsl Th,"K nt 1 cost prices. Estimates furnished on all classes of Hlcctricnl installations. We have the BEST ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM In the World, over 140 horse-powers in use in this city, avail a...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

fo.V , - :. tlH' i ' (i(f :... t 'i'i vy!'. t'wir 'f7-tT; - Tf"."JJ ;aKsMm M&' ' ,- -mmmmm "RHfff" kmih i . tta?, ?CV". V J t L-I 4 ' I v 18 jSSs l.lko tlio Illicit of UlC swiftest bird is tlio prop- russ of a backing cougli Into consumption. First ncolri, tlicn n, settled cough, then slow fovor, night sweats, and bumorrlmgos. Don't neglect your rough. Stop It at onco and drlvo avay alt thought of consumption. Hi n as early as posst bio tho sooner tlio hotter to tako Ay j er s Pectoral Cherry tho most effect ivo remedy for coughs of oery kind and in ovory sUigo. Ono of tho most annoying roughs Is n tbioat cough, vluro you bavo that constant tickling in your throat. It comes on worst' r.t night, keeps you awake, and makes you bavo that smothcicd feci!))! !u tho chest. It hardly scorns posslblo .what ono doso of Cherry Pectoral will do for this kind of :i cough, it brings such marked iollef. I'nt up in huge and small bottles. When thu rough gets down deep In tho chest and tho lung...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 24 January 1902

fclMltiMtiMjMMaM.... t7WytPf1T4)f,JTt.-W,r,'; HHHHiHHlHHUnaHiilt rT f,Jrv: 1 t ' 7( ft :fr TIIH FIRST BANK OF HILO LIMITED. of the Incorporated Under the Laws m ;. ..rit.....l! icrruury ui uuwuii. CAPITAL, $200,000. PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO. I'. 1'ltCK President. C. C. KHNNHDY Vlcc-lTc. JOHN T. M0IK...amt VIcc-ITcn. 0. A. STOI1IU Cnililcr. A. 1. SUTTON Scntnry. DIKKCTOKS: J.S. Cnnnrlo, John J. Cirncc, 1'. S. I.ymnn, It. V. rnttcii, Win. riillnr, W. II. Hlilpinnii. C. SLAVIN Wood Turner and Polisher CIH'RCII STRHKT Next to IlcraUl Ofllce IIII.O Ortiw lCxcliuntto tm Honolulu The ll.nk of Hawaii, I.til. San I'kancisco Wells Fargo & Co.Hank NKW York Wells Fargo & Co's Hank. London Glynn, Mills, Curric & Co, Hongkong and 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 and carefully attend to all business con nected with banking entrusted to it. Se...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 31 January 1902

Win . v - at I HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1902. No. 13. Vol. 7. "T V L wmrt. "-1 , '?f."( sA ! ' .' . IV t , ' r"I f . 1 w if jHsffrf frf P", " '. ctgw JjgLt )c $Ucr vtlmm , PUllt.lSUKI) IJVUKY VKIDAY OPPICK, IIKIDOK SIKI.HT, IIII.O, HAWAII. (TKlnU.Ni: lll.OCK.) Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. publishers ami Proprietors President C. C. KhMNKDV Vice-President II E. Kiciiakh? Secretary-Treasurer Mua. VM. McKav Jh. Aiulltor V- H. Sutton Directors C. II. 1'aimi.h, J. II. Ilou:. Advertisements unnccoinpniilcd by specific nslrucliuns Inserted iintll ordered out. Aderliseiiicntllscontlnucd before cxpltittlou of specified period will tc charKcil ns If con tinned for lull term. Addriss nil coniniunlciitlom cltlicr to the Kditorinlor llusiuess Ittpnrlmiiits of Tin. into TkIIIUNI: PtlllMSIIINIl CllMI'AN. Thc columns oITiik Hit uTriiiunh lire nlny open to communication on subjects wHIiln tile cope of the p.icr To rtcelv: proper attention, each ntllcle must Ik: sin...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 31 January 1902

jwj 4 Ww $$M2iifeBRPl'7r,ttii.F. ;- t BV ' fc l"X- A V r tji fiackfelfl go Cimited SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS Budweiser Beer America's Greatest favorite MODERATE PRICES H. HACKFEU) & CO., LTD. & groceries FLOUR HAY AND GRAIN PAINTS AND OILS Builders' hardware STORKS IRON WAGON MATKRIAI,, KTC Plantation Supplies DRY GOODS AND STA1'I,KS FKRTIMZKR AND BONK MKATv Liberal Terms y Demosthenes' Cafe M! v CUISINK UNKXCKIJ.UD, .service utihiir pnsscd; dining room and booth furnishings, TIIK FINKST to i)c found in the Hawaiian Islands. Dinner Parties, Banquets, and Slippers D. served tinder the supervision of the proprie tor, cither at the restaurant or at private residences. CIIAMI'ACNKS and fine Table Wines; card room, reading room and buffet. ." fcG 5 jw LYCURGUS, Manaokk. Impure Blood Make it Pure, Rich, and Healthy. Imp'uro blood lakes tlio very Hforlglit out of one. Ion just drag nrotmd tit your work, feeling wrotched and dis consolate nil t.io tunc. You tiro vcak discouraged, n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 31 January 1902

V K ' t "i, t ' Jr. v r 1 tffcL' o 3 O o Q c p. o o m j z o i M I O - o o o u Q a o w o CD c o s c z o o II a o o o 0 I'AItLIAMKNT CUMINS. Koynl Address Oircrs No Hope or llnrly Pence. The King, beneath his robes, wore a Meld Marshal's uniform. The Queen's dress was of black velvet, surmounted by a robe trim med with ermine. The peeresses all wore ostrich feathers in their hair and were richly clad in even ing robes of the most varied colors, white satin, however, predominat ing, the display of jewels was un usually dazzling. King Edward and Queen Alex andra occupied their thrones in the House of Peers beneath a canopy, with the Prince and Princess of Wales on either side of them. The other members of the royal family were seated on chairs at the foot of the steps leading to the throne. The gentleman usher of the black rod, General Sir Michael Uiddulph, having summoned the Speaker and the members of the House of Com mons, his majesty read the speech from the throne. The speech opene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 31 January 1902

:o sStf W. A'. ft? 3f N'T' ;f f K . !. W. Ijc g)tlc tntnmc WUDAY, JAN. 31, 1902. Hntcitdatthc Postofficc at llilo, Ha wnil, a9 secoml-clnss tnatter rUllMSIUtD KVKRV URIIJAY. L. W. HAWORTH - - liditor. I,KT us hope the slump in sugar is only temporary. Tin? Herald says it is better 10 let the matter of the committee bus iness rest. That's what everybody is doing except the Herald. " Sidk 1,1011'rs, " published by C. L. Clement, is out for February. The character of ttie live little liber of lateral luminosity improves with each issue. Amono the llilo men interested in yachting, the suggestion that a regatta be held at llilo, is well re ceived. The subject should not be allowed to drop. Judok KsTiju in coming to Hilo to hold l'eilernl Court gets a taste of the same medicine that comes to Hilo citizens who arc summoned to Honolulu to serve on the Federal Jury. He pays his own expenses. Tii'TON has placed the order for Shamrock No. 3. The yacht will be built in Scotch waters and will, i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 31 January 1902

iftrm yilBfflnft i' ' fflBTi dfliftfl - - - ----- - vv ." -J"rY I ' iX. "r.: I) T s 1 ,1W ; ft " ft ? s ji it LOCAL ITEMS. Money to loan Wise. The Annie Johnson Is now loading sugar from Hie Walakea plantation ns well as from Olaa. For screen doors nil sizes go lo Kicliley, Rridge street. Puna enne It now being ground nt the Ohm Mill. Dr. Hayes was down from Olna yester d.iy for few hours. Earth quakes have caused great loss of life in the Statu of Oneirero, Mexico. F. M. Wakefield and J. Castle Ridg way were admitted lo practice in the I'. S. Dlt. Court ly Judge M. M. lMce yes terday. Rubber tire work done nt the Enter prise Carriage Shop; reasonable prices; satisfaction guarantied. A brief hut rattling hail stnttn wns the unusual tropical expcricnci of the com inuuity at l'npanlo.i last Friday. FouTkaiiI! Milk cow for saddle hotse. WISH. 13-31 l'eter I.ec has let n contract for the erection ofhuildiugs to lie used as n res taurant and lodging house at nine miles' A. !:. Weight sel...

Publication Title: Hilo Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 31 January 1902

;&iVim :n fflffiSHU llixi.l.zi:Jl v:.mw , i '' i & 1 kFi tf F-. ' 4- f iH m:' p , :-4 "- VJ. lv (Ui $. ml' He Hilo Hotel, R. L. Scott, Manager I'irsl class in every respect. Delightful location. Spacious vcrati ilas, commanding fine viuw nf mountain and occnti. Rooms large and airy, opening on to side verandas. Cusinc the Best. Service Excellent. Special rates to permanent guests and persons taking meals only. Clubhouse and billiard rooms attached to Hotel. Rates $3.00 per day. Conveyance meets all steamers. Hilo Saloon KING STRKKT. Houses Wired With Latest Approved Fittings, And in thorough Compliance with the rules of the Hoard of l'ire Underwriters. Day & Co's Celebrated Fixtures. Always on hand n full stock of Electrical Material, nl lowest prices. FriKJnil I nitins The Latest Tiling, at cost price?. Kstltiialcs furnished on all classes of Klectrieal installations. Wo have the BEST ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM In the World, over !.o horse-powers in use in this city, avail...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Hilo tribune. — 31 January 1902

X' .' ,f j&r ' i ; i,J1 '- t i k. : tii- 3f ' r .m.-Hmr you I I thinner ;, 1. nil at last. ass fill rsu. food mmi (Is. M Hair Vigor '.'. :i hair food. It vi'ii'l tnko tho pl.i m nf jjisiss or ii. i itl !l Is good hi. l! l.alr, and nil. It !io lialr H..1. Tho icopfrom It stops ausu it Is .. Ami . Ihu early i. if W ' ( TOi1 hear i. I : us u tirt.i i i. rich, iiaik color t. f , I. .ir. Wo say I! it , 1: ir Is stuived hair1'; ami tin- only w.i to rie.it It Is In supply ti'n li. I I iutl of hair fooil. This Is where. Ax . rs 1 1 1 1 ii;ordlll'er.s so jjrently fiom oilifrli.ilrprep.-.iaHoiis; It fowls tho hair, .lust Uv't'p that in mind all t ho I lino oit nro usliij It. VxparcJ liy Dr. J. C. A).r Co , I o"l' " (jiiion Barber Shop. GARCIA & CAXARIO, Props. ttlc Shave, Cut ijair and Shampoo at nct-Civc r,iic$. We also take particular pains with Chil dren's llatreuttine;. Union Hiiii.dino, Wnianueuuc St, M. M. CAMERON, Plumber, Tinner, tal Worker. Mr. Camerop is prepared to e,ive os...

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