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Anheuser-Busch Browing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
Sr. I,nt ir, Del. '.K.fe'ci.
MtR. Mai FAM.tMr. ,V Co., l.'n.,
Honolulu, II. 1.
llairSlrn Wo have mailed you a copy
of the tlMir-thmncml announcing tin (treat
victory won liv the AMii.L'RnllrNrit A
NEW YEAR'S ON KAUAI.
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
52r FOR FOUR WEEKS "S3)
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marblctop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sels,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc., Etc, Etc.
CUTHiN Willi llll'lr "KAIII.I.'
ANHEUSEIMIUSCH ISIH'.WINll ASSO
(VjhWh l'riitch In liM'C'hrniueriil.)
WnBt.ii'" l'in, Clin io, Itt.., Oct. IU
No award lists everhcen iimile so gratifying
to ft. Louis people- mnl mi Justly mcritfil
as tho one given to-dnv lv the Columbian
jurv ot the World's Fair, conitlng of eon-nolV-eiirs
ami lieinlt of thehlghetranlc,
to the Anhcuer-IIuch Hrcwlng Aoela
Lion. Ilv millirhtx of iiurlviilli'il liulnes
enterprise, and Ity ulng tlm bet material
produced In America nnd KuritK. cxelud
Inn corn mill ether adulterant or Mtrm
gate, tliedill'erent kind of the Alihcncr
lluseh heer have become tlie favorite with
the- Aiiierienn peoi'lc, nlul have now con
quercd the hlghct award in every partlctt-
l.ir, umcii lent in i" conquered ny me
folotiiliiaii ii'-v. The high character of
the award uiu'ii In-day hy the Juror will
Ik' heller iiiiiIit-IikmI when it i known that
the dlllerent beers exhibited hy the An
hcucr Itit'ch llrcuitig A "delation had to
eoniH'le with hundred" of the mot excel
lent dWplay of oilier hrewer. Tho fact
that tin other concern has received so
many jmlnt for the varlou eenllal qual
ltlc'of good lieer confirm nncw the linn's
rcpuMthin n the leader of nil American
beer, and Mr. Adnlphu tlueh can feel
irnuil fiver till- rc-tlt unth merited.
THEO. H. DA VIES fc CO.
Nimaim Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST ItEOEIVEDJJY LATE AltltlVALS
J H6tlOUjS(Mf T
Annual Athletic Sports nt Maka
Those sports, which wore post
poned on Christmas Day ou account
of tho heavy rains which foil during
tho morning, woro successfully car
ried out on Now Year's day. Tho
weathor was good, dry and not too
warm, and tho records for tho maj
ority of the events show n marked
improvement on. previous meetings.
Tho jumping might have hoen a lit
tle hotter, hut it is only fair to add
that it was slightly uphill, which
circumstance must have detracted a
little from tho oxcollonco of the per
formances. A mtoiting tournament
of ten shots up was carriod on dur
ing the forenoon and brought out
somo vory closo and eicitiug games.
Tho final contest fell to ho played
butwoon J. Elliott and J. Anuorson,
and after a good gamo was won by
Elliot with ton points to ins oppo
nent's six. The 100-yards dash and
hurdle raco wero run in good time,
but in tho laltor two of tho competi
tors camo a croppor, nno at tho first
hurdlo and one at tho last. Tho
othor and inoro comical racos woro
well contested and afforded a good
dual of amusotnont. Tho judges
woro Messrs. Simpson and Hants;
starter, Mr. Wm. Hastio; timokeopcr,
Mr. das Dyson.
Quoting tournament 1st, Juo.
Elliott: 2d, Juo. Anderson.
Putting tho shot, 221bs 1st, Jno.
Audorson, 28 ft. 8 in.; 2d, J. E. Himo.
27 ft. r, in.
Sack race, M) yds. 1st, V. Bald
win; 2d. J. E. Ilfmo.
Hroau jump 1st. V. Baldwin, 10
ft. 1 in.; 2d, d. E. Himo, 10 ft. 01 in.
Hurdlo raco, 100 yds. (1 hurdlos, 8
ft. high)-lst. W. Baldwin; 2d, Jno.
Hopozo; timo. 11 sees.
Throwing tho hammer 1st, Jno.
Anderson, 81 ft,; 2d, Jno. Clark, 75
ft. 2 in.
Throo-loKced raco. DO vds. 1st,
V. Baldwin and Jno. Elliott; 2d,
Wm. Dickson and Juo. Ropozo.
High jump-W. Baldwin and J.
E. Himo (oqual), 4 ft. 0 in.; Jno. An
dersou, -i ft. t iu.
Running hop, stop ami leap 1st,
.1. B. Himo, 8 ft. 1 J in.; 2d, W. Bald
win, nz it. ij in.
Elophant race, 50 yds. -1st, W.
Dickson and Jno. Ropozo; 2d, W.
Baldwin and Juo. Elliott.
100 yds. dash 1st hoat, ltd, Jno.
Audorson; 2nd, J. E. Himo; 2d heat,
1st, Jno. Elliott; 2d, D. Douglas;
final hoat. 1st. Jno. Audorson; 2d,
Jno. Elliott; time, 11 seconds.
MRS. MACKAY"S SALON.
One Store above King Street.
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains!!!
SAI.B OS FltO.M
AND TUB FOLLOWING
THREE WEEKS !
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc
Goods being sold at
enormously "Reduced Prices,
nt less than half the vnluc.
t The undersigned lo
cated at Nuuanu street, is
offering the following Goods
in order to reduce his large
ES Come and see for
yourselves and you will he
Men's denim Pants only UV. n ialr.
Men's Pino Illack Worsted Butt only $11
Men's Ditto Flannel Coat, a..Vi.
Men's llluo Flannel Suit, f" e(ituilele
Men's Straw Hals, 2.V. rneli.
nine Dentin, heavy at I.V. u yard.
Pine Wlitlc lllankctK, only 'I.Mn pair.
Ladles Bordered llandkerelilcfs atGc. rnch.
Pine Silk Handkerclilefi, two forSUc.
Bxtrn Quality SHU JIntidkerclileN, &-.
Silk iratidkerelilcfo, with Hawaiian Plag
Men's Bxtrn Hixe While Silk- llandker-
chief, at MX, carh
Turkish Toweli, only I.V. eaeli.
Drown Cotton, ISyanli forWV-.
Linen 1'oll.trf, 10c. each, U for iV.
Men's Htrnni; Worklni; Hlioen only f l.fti n
AND OTIIliU GOODS
Too Humorous to mention at
equally Iteduced Trices.
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Slii;le I'lecp.H nnd .uel..
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Pino Spring, Hnlr Wool, Moii and Straw Mattrce..
pillows op i.tvi: tu:i:si; piLvnii'.iis and sii.ic ploss.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge k Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Softs,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our CabliU'l-Mnklnp Workshop U Superior In Men nnd Material.
renNMTUiirj an: UArrnEssns hErAinen as ooon as sr.w.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE 1
ottu pattens always Tin-: i.ovp.st in Honolulu.
Ulriet from China 1 Plnest Mountulii Quality I Siterlor to Any
thing Kvvi Sold In Honolulu!
R Choice Assortment oi Christmas Toys on Hand
Ciiiiiphot Trunk Fitted villi I'nltnt Dttretlvf Locks,
Lulffl ,ViifV Cliines? llamlioo Chain ami iAungr,
lt.-tutllfitl 1'iiltcriia Chinrsi- Silk ami Silk Ilamlkrrehlrf, Eh:
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Lie , Kle.
LjO-w Prioes and O-ooci it C3-uaraiiteeci
cj" The above Is a Fac-sliullle ol ILe
Label ot the " KAGLK " Brand which look
fsk- III onlcrlui; this lieer he iirc In
n-k fur the - i:A(II.I'.'' Ilraud.
M acfarlaue & Co., L'd,
M)Vtf .'lfnt for lliimiiiitfi Ithuul
Dai Nippon I
The nlmri Klor,' hss rceilved nniilher
Kpleudid Iiimhcc of
JapancscSilk & Fancy Goods
Per S. S. "Ocoanic."
V. O. IIOX 3?J
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Bntter
ALWAYS ON HAND
New Goods Received by Ever; Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Order
Lincoln Block, Kino Street, Bet. Font and Alakea Streets.
All Orderi, faithfully attend to,
-ollulted anil packed with care.
Beautiful Silk and Grape
IIOTH TF.LKPHONKS 1!10-
P. O. 1JOX 'JU7
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Good! by Efery California Steamer.
XCE - HOUSE - OOODS - A - SPEOrALTY.
Islands Orders Solicited. jQ 0" Satisfaction Guaranteed.
-1'. 0. BOX liri
H. E. MoINTYRE & BllO.,
IMfOnTEnS AND DEALERS IN -
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New floods Received hy Kvury I'aekot from tho Kaslem Htnten nnd Kniope,
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully uttonded to and (foods Delivered to any
idrt of the City KKKIJ.
T.si.asd OiiDEits Solicited. Satlspaotion Ocaiianteeu.
KA81' COKNKIt I'OH'l AN1J KI.NO bTHKETH.
lied Cover, tiiuvn.
1)01 LIKK, KCAISKK.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN flltl. T VAItlKTY.
'iA- Inpci'llun JSe-iiectfully Invited.
Hold Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs, J, P, P, Collaco, Proprietress,
001 1 111
Latest : Novelties !
Tho llonruizrt Kini'a Wifo Llvod nnd
Kntortalnod in lloyal Style.
No coniinoiiet; 1 uso llto word in
llio l'.ti;l.!li jioiiso ovor allninotl to
no tunny otilwnnl ovidcjitcca of clus
coiisidorAlion ,vj tho lady univorsaUy
known ns "Mtw). Bonanza Mackay.
M iiiit. Mackay was not unnaturally
tlm fltibjcct of a good doal of miscon
coiitiou whon hIio quit lior own
roitulry nnd established liorriult iu
I'aris. Ifur nnlaco and its uinii
inent woro tho llionio of tho i'ari
flinu m well as othor prossos, and tho
oomponito piclttro prosontod waB
that of a pushing parvoutt. Yut tho
ueuiro wan nuiuxaci. Alio AiauKay
ioiiro iu tho Avoutto Eylau, ttoar tho
J. HOPP &; CO.,
OTo. T-i IClaa-rj: Street. - Hon.ol-a.lvi., H. I.
AT T11K KAMOUH BTOISK OP - -
. EHLER8 &c OO.
BOS ti 511 TORT OTR.H3H3T.
HAVE YOU TRIED
IN '11IAT LINK.
Xmas and New Year's Presents,
MA11B TO OltDKIi.
C9Iuluud nliliri proinpllj ulleuledto,
E. A. JACOBSON,
Ko;a irort stru.
.rcii ot tno Mars, as uoscnueu hy
tho Now York I'ross, was just such
a hottso as any rioh porsou of culti
vation and tasto would havo ostali
lislu'd for himself or horsolf. Iu
this nlllunnt socluslou Mmo. Maukay
Mirroundod horsolf with tho most at
trautiro company iu Ettropo -inln-gli'd,
as must bo tho ponaltios of
such a tato, with a noRtnont not
identified as she was irrationally
with tho min is tor of tho United
States, Mmo. Mackay's salon in I'aris
always took on tho air of an interna
tional foyor. It was, so to spoak, tho
drawing-room of tho Republic's re
presentatives in Franco. In point
of tasto no othor country in tho
world found its aliou socioty hotter
housod than in tho Mackay palaco.
What surprisod tho visitor most, ftor
haps, was tho molodious atmosphoro
of tho second floor, whoro tho lady
of tho houso had her boudoir, sur
rouuded by a choir of birds. Iu
fact, tho voico of a bird could bo
hoard in ovory apartmont, from tho
grana uorsosuoo stairway to tuo at
tic a'il do bocuf. Tasto tho most ro
fined and onlightonod rulod tho
furnishing, and statuary that nood
not havo shunuod comparison with
tho oxpositiou itsolf adorned tho
superb chambers aud corridors. In
tho amplo vestibulo tho cosmopolito
character of tho salon was porhaps
intentionally symbolized by a poly
glot parrot, who, whou so uisposod,
grooted tho astonished guests in
most of tho modern tongues. To
tho Europoau possibly tho most
ostoutatious oviuouco of unlimited
woalth was au olorator that, whilo
easing tho upward journey, doprived
tho visitor of ozqulsito glimpses of
uusomblo and dotail that could not
bo surpassed iu tho most princely
residence in Europe. In tho heyday
of its renown tho objoots that ar
rested tho visitor's attontion first
woro throo portraits Mr. and Mrs.
Mackay and tho daughter Eva, Prin
cess Colouua. One of thorn, tho
Meissonior portrait, was probably
moro writton about than any sinco
KILLED THREE EEAKS.
A Soventoen-Your-Old Boy Who la
Noted as a Huutor.
''Cttdgo" Elkius, who livos near
Yorkvillo, was in town Friday, aud
from him wo loaru that his son
Wesley killed throo boars a short
timo ago, tho old ono and two cubs.
Tho dogs troed thom, and youug
Wosloy, who Is only 17 years of ago,
with his riflo, "poppod'rthom all off,
ouo at a timo.
"Cttdgo" is au oxtonaivo raiser of
slock, and is troubled a groat deal
by boars, coyotes and wildcats kill
ing his stock, and to oitcourdgo tho
bov ho gives him a bounty ou each
hldo ho producos. Tho youug mau
is n suro shot and has already made
ovor wtwsvvininr.-C'un'rifwt' '
If you try thorn once you will
smoko no other.
lifi ow rchirniiiti !0 Joekci
CI til, iMhrh In S. Kl'IWY it
CO., No. ot.', k'huj Slrrrl, will
he prcsnilfd will a haw I if nl
Cigarcllc Ciijui' Cutc.
To Close Out Consignments!
I'or tho llenelll of the Kltte of
UonmieneiiiK ou HATU15DAY, Deeein
bcrOth, I will ell a New ('tiiiblKUuient of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated "Shir" Brand at
90.00 per Half Dozen.
Boys' Suit! from S3.50 np.
Mei'g Suit! from $12.00 op.
Men's Extra Pants from $1.50 np.
OetrLton. Waslx Fetlorios!
A hndotuo Cotton l-'nhrio: New Styles this enon; tho elTerts nro fac-aimllci ot Chin
rJllkit; to el them means to appreciate thom.
MLJSJFITJ S-A.TEB3STS !
Bilk flnUh Just out ; rent Kreueh deln nro the finest nnd tho er.uc of the lesson.
OaslaxYiore Sutliriaos SO Oexits Yard I
Ono of tho linndsomcst Wash Mnterlals this tieason entirely new and
for tlie price ha no equal.
Wliit Lawns and Dimity I
In rinln, Strled and Checked in great variety.
OT DrittHiklng Under the Huugtatnt of MRS. REKrTER.
Mir. Clt -
I. O. Hox S!d.
Ml KINO STREET.
II A VIO JUSt"kI'CKIVR1)
J'crH.8. "IVeaiile," IVe. llh,
i mhii" vitnr or
i Neekllen, Shins, lite.. Kte.
Suitable for Christmas Trade. . ' COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
TmntTA r II.
SOflnl ntteiillou Is enlliil lomirNuw
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladles' and Gents' Handkerchief!
(Willi American or Hiiwullau Flags)
bluittln, ri.ihet, Tiihle Covers,
KhlrlN. I'alniniiK. SiiIIm.
KIiiioiio i'atteriiH, Ivlc.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGSTON, Manager.
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
ATTHK ItEODLAK ANNUAL MEET
lug of tho Chinese Eui;lno Co. No. !i
held In their hall on Mauuukoa street, on
tho 3d Inst., tho following gentlemen woro
declared duly elected as Olllcers of the
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5 for tho eninlng
1st Assistant Foreman, re-elected
2d Assistant Foreman, re-olected
Becrctary, re-elected 1-au Olioiij;
Treasurer, re-elected . Lain Slug
Secretary Chinese Engine Co. No. fi,
United Chinese Society.
AT THE UEOULAlt MEETING OP
tho United Chinese Society held on
the 1st day of January, A. 1). 18(JI. the fol
lowing wero declared duly elected as 0111
cor a of the corporation for tho entiling
President. tloo Kim
Vice-President Wong Kwal
Secretary . . ..Chang Kim
Assistant Secretary . Lau Chock Slug
Treasurer Wong With Foy
Assistant Treasurer .... Lum Sing
Secretary United Chlnejo Soclelj.
Of Dllleri'iit Varlrllo.i and l.atet Patterns
SIUUTH, SILK llANDKEilUllllM'S,
POKCKLAIN TEA SETS,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
Low Prices !
411 -:- King-:- Street
To Arrive per S. S. Alameda
mx'EMiiEU i, inn,
Frozen : Turkeys
Heavy, Fleshy and Firm, lust received
from tlm Coast. Alto
(From Camarinos1 Ilancli). Fattened
ou grain and fresh meat; any desired
weight; alive or killed and dressed.
Fancy Porcolalu Toa Sots,
Cup and Saucer, Plates,
Mower Vaunt, Etc., Etc.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Enrelopei,
Alliums, Fans. Paper Iiintern.
Table L'ruinh Pans, Etc., Etc.
Importor of Japanoso Goodn.
JOJ Fort St., near Custom House,
i orooe rea mm
Mutual Telephone .1".s. Im
ALL HILLS DUE AUAINHTTIIl.HO.
nolulti Itoad Hoard Iu fiituro are re
quested to ho prosented at thu olllcu of tho
itoad Hujiervlsor of Hoiioluluoii thu iiiith
of each month, otherwise they will ho ex
empt from that month' estimate aud like
ly not to ho paid for mm or two mouths
after. Hy order of tho Honolulu Itoad
Hoard. W. II. Ull.MMIMlS.
wii iioaii uujioiyi-w, iivnviuiu,
"Is tlioro unylhing now un
lor tho Sun?" You will ask
yourself tlml question anil tho
answer is "Go to M. Goi.o
iiEita's and havo a look at his
Now Patont Ventilated Under
shirt; light, dunthlo and cool.
A suininor garment that can
not ho surpassed; holh in long
aud short sleeves. Price fiOe.
each. M. (itti.miicitu is Iho
solo agent for Dr. (S. Jaeger's
A Good Business on Fori Street
FODR, SALB !
I The undersigned oilers for sale the follow
j ing Heautlful Stock:
1 THE FINE HOUSE
AMI TIIR IOM.OHINII MMIIii-
"Angio A.," "Josie AV.,"
"Sally Hlnck" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Bluo" and Colt,
Full Pedigrees of tho above- can he
i-oon at urecuiiciii Ktaiiles, where nrlco and
term can he arranged to suit the limes.
THID a K.E3 A.T
riMIE WHKKI.Y IUILLETIN -W COL.
1. timimof lulerislliig Heading Msltsr,
Uliiuls,(i: rimllfil toforeltfiicouiilrlii,0.