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H. Hackfeld & Co.,
WEDNESDAY, DEO 26. 11M
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Herb's THn Point,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
J. T. Waterhouse. Queen St. Store.
Hnviluiul China, plain and decorated, Glassware,
cut and engraved, Flower Globes, Baskets, Vases,
and a great variety of other useful and ornamental
articles. Expected to arrivo shortly from Eng
land, four new patterns of finest Limoges China,
consisting of Dinner Ware, Tea Sets, Fish Sets, Bon
Bon Plates, Olive Trays, Salad & Ice Cream Sots,
otc. Beautiful lino of Semi - Porcelain Ware,
plain and decorated. By Australia: Small lot of
Crown Milano Ware, something now for Honolulu.
This department is under the management of Mr.
Dimond, who will always be found ready to show
goods and quote prices.
Groceries and Bottled Goods.
This department is filled to tho ceiling with fresh,
such as Hams and Bacon (Cedar Bnpids), Teas, Co
Spices, Soaps, Pearl Oil, etc. Bottled Goods in great variety, Lug
lish Pio Fruits, Lee 6c Porrin's genuine Worcester Sauce, Olives,
Catsups, sour and sweet Pickles, etc., etc. CANNED GOODS
for Soups, Table Fruits, Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Asparagus, Chickon,
Turkey, Curried Oysters, Ox Tongue,- Lunch Tongue. This de
partment is under the supervision of that genial and well known
salesman, S. J. Salter.
This heading covers a multitude of articles, and means everything
from a knitting needle to a plow, but we have them all in stock, you
don't have to wait a month for the goods to come from tho Coast.
If you don't buliovo it, call and see for yourself. Mr. Henry or J.
T. Waterhouse, Jr., will always bo found at tho Queen St. Storo,
and will give you the attention your patronage deserves.
No 10 Store,
on Fort Street is kcopt open soluly for tho accom
modation of our customers who do not wish to come
as far down town as Queen St. A great variety of
goods is constantly kept in stock, such as dressed
and undressed Kid Gloves, Gauntlets, Mitts, otc.
Figured Silks and Satins, India and Surah Silks, all
shades, Ileal Lace, Hdkfs,, Laco Curtains, White
& Ecru, Down Pillows, all sizes, Leather Goods of
Now Designs, and Toys from a .lumping .lack to a
Velocipede. No. 10 Store is under the manage
ment of Messrs. Jordan and Murphy, who under
stand their business thoroughly.
Pleasant Afternoon Pastime for
The track at Kapiolani Park was
in a fine condition Tuesday, tho
day set for tho biojelo meet of
Honolulu Cycle Race Meet Associa
tion. And the weather was superb.
the sky being clear and the air agree
able. Many peoole were lured to
the beautiful suburban resort to see
thn bnvs ride tho silent steed. It
j was perhaps unfortunate that the
1 races nau uvou puBtpuunu uuiu
I Thanksgiving Day, the date pie
! viously set, as three or four had
thoir names scratched. There was a
fair attendance of spoctators, in-
eluding many ladies and children.
The wheelmen wero in fine fettle
and good races were predicted. Tho
outcome was very satisfactory and
those who were present went away
with the opinion that the meet was
i very successful and the outing a
very pleasant one indeed. The
! judges were: A. O M. Robertson,
Thomas Wright and Dr. McGetti-
5;an; time kwopors, W. F. Love, Mr.
'loiiTor and D. Davis; clerk of course,
Harry Wilder; referee, J. W. Jones;
. starter, Clarence W. Macfarlane; as-
sistant starter, Chris Willis.
Tho races were started shortly at
, ter 2 o'clock, the first ovent being
tho one-mile maiden, first prize, sil
ver and gold modal; second, silver
medal. Tommy White, J as. Thomp
son and W. Chamberlain were tho
entries. Chamberlain won ia 3:15)
' 4 5, Thompson making a good
second. Tho winner rodo a Cleve
land. The second was a half-mile open;
prize, gold modal, tho entrios being:
V. Chapman, R. A. Dexter. Henry
Giles and J. K. Kalauiauaolo. Tho
, rim of Dcxlor'a Union wheel
broke a few yards from the start,
necessitating, according to tho rules,
the running over of the race. The
, boys were given a rest, and in tho
ruu off Dexter won tho race in 1:23,
' riding a racing Rambler. Kalaui-
' auaoie camo in second and Giles
third. It was a very pretty race;
but the accident to Doxtor's wheel
was much deplored, as ho was x-
; pocted to do goou lluio on the
I Tho third event was tho one uiilo
novico handicap; first prize, gold
and silver medal; second, silver. The
entries wero A. L. C. Atkinson. Goo.
Angus, J as. Thompson, F. Angus
and Tommy White. Atkinson was
scratch man. Tho handicaps were
as follows: F. Angus, 50 yards;
I Thompson and White, -15 yards;
, Goo. Angus, 25 yards. Thompson
and Geo. Augus made a hard fight
for this race, but "Jock" Atkinson,
it seemed, wnuted the medal and,
closing up' on his oppoueuts uear
tho finish, crossed the tape first,
time 3:0 J.
Tho fourth event was tho one mile
open, handicap: first prize, uold
j medal; second prize, silver medal.
Tho entries and handicaps wero as
j follows: W. Chapman, 00 yards; Ka-
j lauianaole, Geo. Angus and Atkin
son, 25 yards; R. A. Dexter, 10 yards;
I II. Giles, scratch. Chapman, the
00-yard mau, was never "touched"
on this event. He increased the lead
from tho start, and at the half-mile
was, admonished by Kalauiauaolo to
suurt. lliiukiug that tuooluors wore
closing up. Chapmau spurted. The
Offer to the trade on tho most liberal terms their large
and varied stock of Dry and Fancy Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Shawls, Clothing, Saddlery, etc., etc.,
Furnituro and Hardware, Bags, Bagging, Building
Mptcrial,..j0rockcry and Glassware, Groceries, Wines,
Liquors, etc., etc.
for Golden Gato Flour,
Flour, Merchant Flour
Sperry's Flour, Diamond
Fort and Queen Streets.
'" '' ' i i i i I, i . m ' ;
Henry May & Co.
We make a specialty of the following brands of TEA:
Ceylon, Flowery Orange, Pekoe, in 5 lb. boxes.
Asam Primrose, in 25 lb. boxes.
English Breakfast Congo, 5 lb. boxes.
Shilling's Blossom, 1 lb. canisters.
Comet Oolong, 15 and 30 lb. boxes.
Silver State Oolong, 18 and 3G lb. boxes.
Formosa Oolong, 5 lb. boxes.
Japan, uncolored, 5 lb. boxes.
China, different grades in Chests.
SHORTLY EXPECTED : CHOICE KONA. TEAS.
Fine Old Selected, in bags of 100 lbs.
Fine Selected, one year old, bags of 100 lbs.
K5- Coffee roasted and ground daily.
. r i f M M M M t M: t - M fr-t-f
youug rider wou hands down, about
, two uuuureu yarus aueau, nine u:ui.
I Atkinsou second, Giles third auu
Duzler fourth, lno winner roue a
Tho fifth event was a well-riddou
race. It was a half-mile for boys
uudor fifteen years, Cut aud socoud
prizes. There wore only two en
trios, Arthur Giles aud Bruce Cart
wright. The ilrst untned rodo bis
' brother's Rambler aud tho latter a
1 Cleveland. A good start was made,
1 youug Giles assuming the lead.
! Near tho finish Bruce spurted aud
I tho two crossed the tape side by
side. A dead boat was declared. In
I tho ruu olT, which occurred later,
Giles beat his opponeut by a length
j aud a hair, time 1:43!.
i Quarter wile, open. Entries: Geo.
t Angus, R. A. Dexter, W. Chapmau
I auu Kalauiauaolo. The first named
defeated his opponents handily, time
I So 2-5. Kalauiauaolo, eame iu a
Tho one nillo throe-miuute class,
Handicap, was a very pretty race.
A. L. C. Atkinson was tho scratch
man, J. A. Thompson being Riven
45 yards and N. Halstead 25 yards.
At the quartor mile Atkinson crawled
up and at tho half-mile the riders
were bunched. It was evident at
this poiut that Atkinsou would
nrovo tho winner, and so he was.
lio crossed tho tape in 2:504.
The last event was the race of the
day. It was a three mile scratch
race, the first prize being the Ram
bler gold medal trophy. The en
trios were: W. Chapman, A. L. C.
Atkinsou, R. A. Dexter. Geo. Aurus i
aud Heury Giles. They liued up in Men's Seamless Socks, 10 & 15c
me oruer numou, uues ueiug ou me
outside. Traiuur Crane seut Giles
begs to inform his
patrons and tho
that he has moved the entire stock of shoes out of the corner
store, aud has placed an entire new stock of the following goods
on tho shelves: A new line throughout of tho celebrated Stetson
Hats, all sizes and of tho very latest block; "Wilson Bros.'
Neckwear; Jaeger's sanitary Underwear, etc., in fact a com
plete lino of Gents' Furnishings of tho best quality and tho
latest styles. Steamer Trunks, Valises, Hand Bags, etc.
fuTiu euits. Fort and Merchant Sts.
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I TRADE 1
V MARK C
The undersigned has just received
direct from the manufacturers in Ire
land a fine assortment of new goods,
consisting of Ladies' Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs, Tea Cloths, Sideboard Cloths,
Linen Damask Sets of the Celebrated
Shamrock Linens, Etc., tc. all of which
are suitable for Christmas Presents.
W. C. Sprout I.
Desiring to reduce our large stock
wo offer for one . month,
beginning December 1st, our eiriiro stock, at the
Heavy Undershirts, 25c. or 5 for ?l.
off iu the loug ruu iu fine stylo. The I Guitur Shoes, fine finish, 1.50 per pair,
champion steadied down to work im-. t .
mediately, Angus being second aud Silk Handkerchiefs, all sizes, 15 to 50c.
Men's Blue Serge Suits, reduced from 7.50
J. T. Waterhouse, No. 10 Store.
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RamblerB. Tho' Clevefaud riders, Good Huck Towels, li for 25o.
Dexter anil Atkinson, wero last.
iu tuo lirsl luilo Aiiuus leu witu , '" " --- - .0-
I UiloB socoud, Chapmau, Atkinson i to 5.00.
i and Dexter iu close proximity. Tho,
I second mile wituessed Giles iu the Men s Black Diagonal Suits, reduced from
1 lead with Angus, Atkinson, Dexter ' -an nn , no
laud Chapmau following. Tho last l l.UU to SM.UU.
I named had wiuded himself and was ladies' Kid Slippers, 75c. Worth 1.25.
losing. Now came the tug-of-war. , V, .
It was the dual round and all eyes J allies' Button Shoes, in great variety, from
i watched the ridorn for n spurt. The a. nfk ...
Rambler rltlun still held the lead. l",u ul'-
On the last quarter Atkiusou aud i JJn,w Cotton, 21 yards 1.00.
Dexter spurted and drew away , ' v
from thn otliors. Dnxtor crossed tuo ,
tauo iu fine stylo half a wheel ahead
of Atkinson, AugUH and Uilos about
a wheel aud a half behind, Chapman !
distanced. Timo, ll;,.,r..
l.uud uheers were given the v tu
tors and tlmy received thn emigrant, i
htions of friends. (Everywhere was ,
heard "Jack's the lmy.,r TIiIh was ,
t encomium for Atkinson who camel
Brown Cotton, heavy, 30 inches wide, 13
Bleached 10-4 Sheeting, 25c. per yard.
Blue Donimo, 7 yards 1.00.
White Cotton, soft finish, 30 inches wide, 13
Farwell White Cotton, 3d inches wide, 9.
Ladies' Fast Black Stainless Hose, 20e. pel
pair, 2.00 per dozen pairs.
Men's Fast Black Stainless Socks, 20c. per
pair, 2.00 per dozen pairs.
Men's White Unlaundored Shirts, Linen
Come early and avoid the rush, and remember: theso prices hold good for one month only.
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