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Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
The Marstou is duo. to arrive from Sail
1'rauciRCO in about n week.
TlclceU for the Co. D Washington's
5$jk; birthday dance arc selling rapidly.
''. '. The Wall, Nichols Co. announce type-
V ' writer supplies lu their ndv. this week.
Victor Records, 35 and 60 cents. Wall,
The tug Couuscluiau will go to San
Francisco in tow of the Enterprise next
II. Vicars returned last week Monday
from his trip to San I'rauclsco, and left
Friday for Honolulu.
The announcement of new dry goods
received will be noticed in 15. N. Holmes'
ndv. in another column.
Denuty Sheriff I'etter and a squad of
police went as far as Honomu Saturday
night on police business.
The K. of P. lodge of IIllo, presented
E. Fuhr with a jeweled Past Chancellor
Commander- badge at a recent meeting.
Mr. Mackie, formerly bookkeeper for
the IIllo Electric Light Co., accompanied
by his wife, left for Honolulu by Friday's
The latest "Copy Holders" for all
typewriters, which E. H. Moses is selling
are a great convenience to all users of
A. R. Gurrcy, of Honolulu, the Insur
ance adjuster for Board of Underwriters,
is at Papaikou estimating damages caused
by the late fire.
The Co. D drill was held at Mooheau
park Friday evening by moonlight, in
place of at the Armory, as usual. There
:.)- was a large turnout.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
John Cullcn, in charge of S. M.
Damon's ranch at Moanalua, Oahu, re
turned home on Friday's Kiuau from a
WL trip over the island.
Albert McGurn, deputy jailer at Oahu
prison, arrived Wednesday to take the
place of Jailer Maby during the Iatter's
absence at Honolulu.
The IIllo agency of the Hawaiian Trust
Co. of Honolulu, temporarily held by D.
W. Marsh, has been taken over by II. V.
Patten at the First Bank of Hilo.
Why not exchange your old worn out
sewing machine for an up to date light
running Singer, which will make your
sewing a pleasure instead of drudgery.
Mr. Hedeman, manager of the Hono
lulu Iron Works, returned to Hilo Mon-
W' day from a trip of inspection of the mill
at Papaaloa, where new machinery has
been recently installed.
Rev. S. h. Desha gave a ltiau last
Thursday on the occasion of the sixteenth
birthday anniversary of his 'daughter,
Miss Eliza Deiha. A large number of
invited guests were present.
County Attorney Williams went to
Kawaihae by the Kinau Friday to there
meet the Manua Loa and go to Kailua to
investigate the charges brought against
Deputy Sheriff J. W. Kelilhoi.
D. Haughs, connected with the Terri
torial forestry board who has been on a
trip over the windward side of the island
looking into the rcforestration of lauds,
returned to Honolulu by Friday's Kiuau.
Special sale of ribbous at half price at
E. N. Holmes'.
Sheriff Keolanui granted special per
mission to work on Sunday to those en
gaged in handling lumber by steamer for
the new mill at Papaikou, also to those
hauling cut cane to Pepeekeo Humes in
ordi to save it.
Fine Candles and Confectionary, "that"
our business." To get one hundred
cents' worth for a dollar, "that's you're."
Let's get together. By your candies from
us and save money Hilo Candy Co.,
B. F. Schneu who went to the coast a
couple of months ago on a business trip
returned by the last Enterprise accompa
nied by his wife. He went north as far
as Seattle, Washington. Mrs. Schoen
has beeu visiting on the coast for several
Deputy County Clerk John Kai, Jr., is
making preparations to give a luau Wed
nesday to his year-old son. Invitations
to the number of about a hundred are be
ing sent out. The older folks will be
entertained at noon, and the younger in
The Enterprise will arrive Friday from
Honolulu and will leave for San Fran
cisco about next Tuesday week, She will
bring about 1500 tons of sugar ami will
complete her cargo bv taking ou
about 1000 tous from this port, be
sides, probably, bananas.
R. Pratt, a draughtsman of the Hono
lulu Iron Works, after procuring data for
the reconstruction of the Papaikou Mill,
returned to Honolulu Friday. Mr.
Hedeman, manager of the Iron Works,
also, came ou the same business, but does
not return till next Kiuau.
J.W. Daggett arrived on the Enterprise
-.'ft irom, bun I'raucisco Monday last. Mr.
Daggett has large interests In this vicin-
ity, and annually for the pust si years '
has come to Hilo, remaining several days
for a trip over the island. He states thut !
he has never yet seen it rain iu Hilo, its i
reputation in that respect to the contrary,
notwithstanding. Ho has many friends
in Hilo to welcome his arrival.
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Cow For Sale. Apply to W. C.
Stewart, School stVect.
John T. Molr went to Honolulu by the
Kinau Friday ou a business trip.
R. T. Guard returned from the coast by
the Enterprise much improved in health.
The Amy Turner may leave soon for
San Francisco without waiting for a full
W. S. Terry and wife returned by the
Enterprise last Monday from an extended
trip to the mainland.
E. Norrie, a well-known newspaper
man of Honolulu, returned by steamer
Friday from a vacation trip.
According to the Star, the ship Kcnil
worth left Honolulu last Monday for thin
port with 997 tons of sugar.
Mr. Harry Shaw leaves today for a ten
days' business trip around the' island. He
will be accompanied by Mrs. Shaw.
No gentleman should buy shoes with
out having first examined that j'3.00
black Vici Kid Blucherat E.N. Holmes'.
The Onomea cane is being hauled to
the Pepeekeo and Waiuaku flumes and
all teams available arc being used for this
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy and son, Bruce,
and Mrs. Furncaux, returned home bv
the Enterprise last Monday from n trip
to the Eastern States.
The statement is current about town,
and is not denied so far as known, that
several prominent democrats have bought
the control of the Herald.
Noa W. Alull, deputy country attorney,
returned by the last Kiuau from Walluku,
Maui, where he had been for a few days
visiting at his old home.
The revenue cutter Manning arrived
in the bay Saturday afternoon and
after inspecting the ships in harbor
departed at 10 a. m. Saturday.
Macintosh Toffee and Swiss Milk
Chocolate at the Hilo Candy Co.
W. II. Beers was recommanded'for ad
mission to practice in the District courts
of the Island by the examining com
mittee and was so admitted by Judge
Geo. Angus was called home to
Honolulu Saturday morning on account
of the illness of his wife, and left over
land for Kawaihae to catch the Kawal
I guarantee to refund your money if
the "Good Form" Clothes hangers I am
sellng do not please you by keeping your
suits pressed and iu shape. E. II. Moses,
The steamer Clandiue left Honolulu at
5oclock Friday afternoon. The Alameda,
due Friday morning, had not yet arrived.
Mail is not expected at Hilo til) the
arrival of the Kiuau.
If you wish your coffeo to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same 011
th market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
The book selection committee of the
Hilo Library has prepared a list of publi
cations to be ordered, to the amount of
fifty dollars worth'. The list decided upon
consists largely of works of fiction with
some books of reference.
The Falls of Clyde left Sunday morning
for San Francisco with the following
passengers: S. S. Claprj, Jr.; E. Fuhr,
wife and two children; D. Thaanum;
Mrs. Cameron and three children, and
two sons of ex-sheriff Searle.
Do you know "Collier's Swiss Milk
Chocolate?" Do you know its smooth
exquisite richness? Do you know iis
inimitable flavor? the famous "Collier
Taste." If you don't, just drop in at the
Hilo Candy Co. and try a five cent pack
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
Sotue people fatten their bump of wis
dom on ten cent candies, thereby favor-
iug the purses and chastising their stom
achs at the same time, killing two birds
with one dime.' Buy your candies at the
Hilo Candy Co. and you won't have any
Card or Thanks.
Captoiu and Mrs. Fitzgerald desire to
thank their many friends for tlieaid and
sympathy extended to them in their
recent bereavement. '
A MATTER OF HEALTH
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An Interesting Day Promised At the
Hoolulu Park was built by the Volcano
Stables in 1899. The first few meetings
were largely attended aud the enterprise
was very successful. Meetings, however,
were only held twice a" year, on January
r and July 4. The racing stock was al
most wholly imported from the coast,
nnd had to be kept in training almost all
the year. This, in addition to the cost of
the horses, was a heavy expense which
few people could afford to stand. Inter
est therefor began to lag as fewer horses
were kept in training. It became evident
then that it was useless to think of mak
ing a success of race meetings with Cali
fornia horses, and besides, there was
nothing of benefit to come out of it ex
cept the enjoyment of seeing the events.
A prominent rancher, about a year
ago, realizing these facts aud wishing to
see something done towards the cultiva
tion of our Hawaiian-bred horses, went
to the Volcauo Stables aud asked their
lowest figure for the racing course. A
satisfactory figure having been obtained,
be immediately circulated a stock sub
criptiou paper, secured a sufficient
amount of capital and the Hawaiian
Jockey Club, Ltd., came into existence,
Their first step was to purchase Hoolulu
Park. Uuder their auspices three .meet
ings have been held, good racing has
prevailed and the noble sport was started
in the right line for a permanent up-build
ing on the Island of Hawaii.
The next meeting will be held on Feb
ruary ajnd at 1:00 p.m. A number of
the best bred Hawaiian horses from the
different ranches will enter iu the races.
You will miss a good time if you are not
Dcuth of Alexander Jluuphlur.
George Alexander Dauphiny died at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Captain
Fitzgerald, in Hilo, Saturday night, in
the seventy-third year of his age. The
funeral services were conducted by Rev.
C. E. Shields, and were held at the home
of Captain and Mrs. Fitzgerald at 3:30
Sunday afternoon, February 11. Death
resulted from heart failure after an ill
ness of about three months and occurred
at 12 o'clock.
George Alexander Dauphiny was born
near Chester, Lunenberg county, Nova
Scotia, June 30, 1833. When a young
man he went to Stillwater, Minnesota,
where he married Eleanor Carlou. He
crossed the plains iu the 6o's and finally
settled with his family in Eureka, Cali
fornia. Ten years ago he came to the islands
where he engaged in coffee Dlantinir in
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There were four children, three of
whom are now living, William Gay, and
Arthur Chester, now residing in Eureka,
California, and Mrs. John Fitzgerald of
He was the youngest of a family of ten,
two of which, now living in Nova Scotia,
The remains will be sent to Eureka and
laid by the' side of his wife in Myrtle
Mr. Dauphiny wasaman much beloved
by his friends, who now mourn his loss,
Klnnu Departures, Feb. Oth.
Jno. Cullen, E. Norrie, wife and sou,
Miss Barry, C. Sawano, D. Haughs, F.
W; Bold, R. Pratt, D. L. Van
VauDInc, Mrs. W. P. McDougal, Mr.
and Mrs. K. F. Mackie, H. Hanson, C.
Cowan, A. F. Bloomer and wife, W. C.
Borden, J. II. Maby, F.. S. Lyman, L.
Severance, Miss Leland, Miss Kneist,
Mrs. C. Brown, Mrs. J. Kainola. R. S.
Askau, C. MacCormac and wife, M. S.
Miller and wife, C. F. Shepard and wife,
L. Ncvlu, O. Donohue, B. H. Brown, J.
F. Brown, Chas. Levy, Theo. Wolff, Miss
M.D. Nevin, Mrs. J. P. Atkinson, G. P.
Wilder, S. G. Wilder, S. B. Dole, J. A.
Sackley and wife, John T. Moir.
New Form of Passport.
A new form of Japanese passport came
to the notice of Mr. Affonsu during the
week in the performance of his duties in
the tax office. This passport contains, In
addition to the usual statement that the
rightful holder is entitled to admission,
protection, etc., the important qualifica
tion "iu Hawaii only." It was issued in
Japan some time in December, and the
new condition is in line with the infor
mation received recently by theTiunuNR,
that thejapanesegovernment had adopted
a new regulation permitting a greater
number to emigrate, but restricting the
emigraut to the Hawaiian Islands.
County Clerk Pua has received word,
unofficially, that as a result of the county
attorney's visit at Kailua, several names
have been withdrawn from the petition
asking for the removal of Deputy Sheriff
Kellikoa, but that another petition had
been drawn up.
The Leliua, that has been engaged the
past two weeks In demolishing the hull
of the Martin Davis, that was burned in
the harbor, left for Honolulu Sunday.
Two blasts were set offSaturday, blowing
out the two euds of the wreck, and, inci
dentally, covering the surface of the bay
near by with fishes killed by the coucus
sion. Tliedivtrsrt-m.in, and R. T. Guard
will supervise tlie completion of the work.
It is rumored that the Lehun has beeu
sold to one of the fishing companies iu
the northwest aud that Capt. Anderson,
who arrived by the Enterprise, was
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Interflow Willi W. At Wnhh, Mutual
Life's Now District .Super
intendent. Mr. W. A. Walin of Oregon, who has
recently taken charge of the affairs of
The Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New
York, as district superintendent for the
Territory of Hawaii, is in Hilo looking
after the interests of the company.
When asked about the insurance situa
tion since the Investigation by the New
York Legislature, he stated that great
changes in the management had been
made recently; some of the best men In
the financial world taking tire positions
left vacaet by the resignation of former
officials. The old General Agency sys
tem, with its heavy renewal contracts,
has been abondoned and the new man
ager? are placed on a fiat salary; this
change will save large sums annually for
the policyholders. v-
Mr. Wanu remarks with regret that
many half-informed policyholders in
good companies have allowed "twisters"
to persuade them to lapse their policies
and take up new ones in other companies
at loss to themselves; for more money
has been lost by policyholders from this
cause than by all the Irregularities
brought out by the investigation.
The following statement is issued to
policyholders and to the insurance public
THE COMPANY FINANCIALLY
"Remember that, with all the reckless
talk in the newspapers about syndicates
and salaries and subsidiary companies,
the securities of the Mutual Life have
not been criticised nor their perfect safety
questioned. The Investments of the
Company were ua open book hi the
bauds of the Investigating Committee;
every loan, every bond, every security of
any description was before them four
hundred and fifty millions and more;
aud not a single item was discredited,
and not a single invertuicnr! of any sort
was classed as doubtful.
"As ever, the Mutual Life is still the
strongest financial institution in the
world, with a reserve (36,000,000 larger
than that of any other existing company,
and with a contingent guarantee fund, or
accumulated profits, of $75,000,000 in
excess of its legal, liabilities.
"It is still true, as It has always been,
that the Mutual Life has paid more to
policyholders, and holds more today for
policyholders than any other company
in the world. Nearly seven hundred
millions to date has the Company dis
bursed to Its members and their benefi
ciaries, makiug, with what it still holds
for them, nearly one huudred millions
more than it has received from them."
The Mutual issues a wider range of
policies than do other companies. You
are cordially invited to examine our
Protection policies and Investment
policies and see- for yourself that we can
give you any form you may want, with
guarantees and rates bearing out the
statements made above.
Prompt attention fclven to requests for
information. Call ou or write to
W. A. WANN, Dist. Supt.
Honolulu, T. H.
Office with Trent & Co., 933-938 Fort
The band concert Thursday evening
attracted an unusually large crowd to
Hotel square. The baud was reduced in
number and consited of selected players.
The music was well received, some of the
numbers being applauded. The fine
night added its charm to the performance
till the eclipse began; a feature added
to the program that most had forgotten
to anticipate and that took a large part of
Rooms and Cottages
Front St., next to Cameron's
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A Partial List of Dry Goods Received
by last "Enterprise" at E. N. Holmes'
White Canton Flannel
Fruit of the Loom Cotton
1'equot Sheeting, 5-4, 6-4,
8-4, 9-4, 10-4
Pequot Sheets, 72x90 and
Outing Flannels in Pink,
Blue, Cream and White
Black Velvet Ribbon nil
Mousseline de Soie
Dimity white and printed
Floss Sofa Pillows
Lndies' Silk Gloves white
Plain and Fancy Ribbous
...prices Always the Lowest...
E. N. HOLMES
Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well
Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks aud Fine Wines ... A
Cold Storage Plaut on premises with all the Delicacies
of the Season ... Opeu Till Midnight
WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
London Lancashire FIro Ins. Co.
National FIro Insurance Co.
Niagara FIro Insurance Co.
Corman-Amorican FIro Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Fire Insuranco Co.
Unltod States Fidelity Cuaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
The annual meeting of the shareholders
in the h. TURNI5R CO., LTD., will be
held at Spreckles' Hall Saturday, Feb
ruary 34. 1906, at 3 p. m for the trans
action of general business and the elec
tion of officers.
KEITH F. MACKIE,
qHERE is nothing like a
1 good brush to give a
healthy circulation to
the blood. Perhaps your
scalp needs it to give
tone to the hair follicles.
We sell the genuine
Adams, than which no
better brush is made. For
the hands, body, nail?
hair we have them.
If you do not know what
"Adams" on a brush
means, permit us to sug
gest that you buy one
brush fur a trial the
learning is worth the price.
Hilo Drug Co.
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White Silk Belts
Men's Half Hose
White Flannel all wool
Satteen all colors
Pearl Buttons large size
R. & G. Corsets
Turkey Red Prints
A. F. C. Ginghams
Printed Lawns black and
Heavy Shirting Cheviot
Men's Hats 1
Rubber Overshoes for Men
Tennis Oxfords for 'Men
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Furnished Kooms for Kent.
Large, nicely furnished rooms opening
on two verandas for rent very reasonable.
Got a Ticket with Every
Sun Typewriters $
Arc iturcly beHt In the
for the money
The Best Copyholder i en
It!ie "MUI.TJ-ANOI.lv only
Business and Accounting 0ia
Filing Cabinets Very Cheap
Loose-Leaf Ledgers, Price Hooka,
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