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HeIP's Trie Point
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
J. T. Waterhouse, Queen St. Store.
Haviland 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 Sots, Bon
Bon Plates, Olive Trays, Salad & Ico Cream Sots,
etc. Beautiful lino of Semi - Porcelain Waro,
plain and decorated. By Australia: Small lot of
Crown Milano Ware, something new for Honolulu.
This department is under the management of Mr.
Dimoiuf, who will always be found ready to show
goods and quote prices.
Groceries and Bottled Goods.
This department is filled to the coiling with fresh, new goods,
such as Hams and Bacon (Cedar Rapids), Teas, Coffees, Sugar,
Spicos, Soaps, Pearl Oil, etc. Bottled Goods in great variety, Eng
lish Pio Fruits, Leo & Porrin's genuino Worcester Sauce, Olives,
Catsups, sour and sweet Pickles, etc., etc. CANNED GOODS
for Soups, Table Fruits, Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Asparagus, Chicken,
Turkey, Curried Oysters, Ox Tongue, Lunch Tongue. This de
partment is under the supervision of that genial and well known
salesman, S. J. Suiter.
This heading covers a multitudo 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 the Coast.
If you don't boliovo it, call and see for yourself. Mr. Henry or J.
T. Waterhouse, Jr., will always bo found at tho Queon St. Store,
and will give you the attention your patronago deserves.
No. 10 Store,
on Fort Street is keopt open solely 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, etc.
Figured Silks and Satins, India and Surah Silks, all
shades, Real Lace, Hdkfs., Lace Curtains, White
& Ecru, Down Pillows, all sizes, Leather Goods of
Now Designs, and Toys from a Jumping Jack to a
Velocipede. No. 10 Store is under the manage
ment of Messrs. Jordan and Murphy, who under
stand their business thoroughly.
, Novl FJecttnont Frocdlnns by n
; father mid Bon
I Captain Ilookano, oflieer Zihlau
' ami otherfl had qtntu an adeiiluro
yesterday evening. A report had
been made to the Station that some-
j one was throwing atones at a house
' on School street near Liliha street.
The officers entered the hotie and
1 found tho occupants taking no no- '
tico of tho stone throwing. The
men searched the premises and al
though tho stones were still falling ,
on the house, the throwers could j
not ho located. Anions those who
assisted in tho skirmishing uore An- '
touo i'imeuta and his iiftccn-yea
old sou Joaquin. The houses of '
natives living in the vicinity were
entered, but no people were seen.
Finally a last search was decided on. J
Three of tho officers went ahead
and two stajed behind. As the men
were walking along Joaquin I'imeuta
was seen to take a stone out oi Ins
pocket and throw it on the roof of the ;
''house. lie wa immediately nabbed ,
and so was the father Autoue. In their '
pockets were found a number of i
stones. It appears that while pre
teudiug to search for the culprits :
tho boy and his father were throw-
lug the stones. The stone throw '
ing had been continuing for weeks
: before, and neighbors suspected it
was the work of ghosts. Even a
mounted patrolman had licon heard (
to report that ghosts were haunting '
tho house, the owner, a native named
Jack, having died only recently.
Both prisoners with relatives lived
in the same house. There was bad
feeling arose between the parties,
and tho Pimoutas look this mode of
trying to rid tho house of the other
occupants. The sou was convicted
some time ago of retting lire to the
Halawa plantation at Kohala and
was sentenced to the lleform school.
Ho got out a little while back.
LIVELY FOK 8UOAK MEN.
Probable KIT. ct of Rotaliati.iu Against
New Yonic, December 18 -Unless
all signs fail to-morrow will be a very
lively day on the Slock Exchange so
far as trading in sugar is concerned.
, Private advices from Washington re-
Itort that Secretary of State (iresham
i as cabled the Spanish Government
that persistence on its part in dis
criminating against exports from
this country to Cuba in favor of
Canada will invite retaliation under
tho Act of 18U0 against Cuban sugars.
The importance of Mr. Oresham's
ultimatum may bo gathered from
tho fact that fully 2,000,000,000
pounds of sugar come into this coun
try from Cuban plantations about
half the actual consumption of the
United States. If this sugar is shut
out from our refineries by heavy pro
hibitive duties it must of necessity
find its way to European countries,
ami lu turn return to this country In
tho form of refined sugar. Sugar
authorities on Wall street interpret
the result of such an action as a
serious blow to the trust, as it will
Hood this country with foreign re
Whatever may lie the result of
Secretary Urcsham's negotiations
with tho Spanish Government the
dispatch above quoted is likely to
stimulate the sugar industry con
siderably in Europe. Meanwhile
the sugar war among wholesale
grocers in various parts of the couu
try goes merrily along, and the pres
ent depression only emphasizes the
sharp competition that is engaged
in on all sides. The fact that sugar
represents one-third of the business
of the grocer shows how tilings are
Improaslvo Sorvioo Held by 8t An
drew's Second Gongrt;aMou.
Attracted by the singing of Christ
mas carols, a very large congrega
tion was present at St. Andrew's
Cathedral Sunday evening, when a
uuinlor of pretty carols were sung
by tho choir of ladis and gentle
1 men llcv. Alex. Mackintosh in
toned the first part of the service.
The carols, six in number, were well
; sung by tho choir. One, ''King, the
' Christmas Hells," was given with
, bell accompaniment. 1 he Christ-'
mas song, "Noel," was played on the
violin by Joseph Itoseu, who was
behind the altar aud not seen at all
by the congregation A very soft ,
organ accompaniment was furnished j
by Wray Taylor, aud the euVct of
the violin aud organ together was
exceedingly fine. At the close of
the service that bright hymn, "Hark!
the Herald Angels Sing," was sung.
HI8 LEO BROKEN.
Accidont to a Nativo Laborer on tho
A native laborer had his left leg
broken below the knee this morning
ou tho bark C. I). Bryant. The IJry-
aut was receiving sugar Iroin the
steamer l'ele. Duo of the slings of
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Oiler to the trade on the most liberal terms their large
and varied stock of Dry and Fancy Goods, Boots atid
Shoos, Hots, Shawls, Clothing, Saddlery, etc., etc.,
Furniture and Hardware, Bags, Bagging, Building
Material, Crockery and Glassware, Groceries, Wines,
Liquors, etc., etc.
for Golden Gato Flour, Sperry's Flour, Diamond
Flour, Merchant Flour
Fort and Queen Streets.
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 aud .'10 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 KOIMA TEAS.
Fine Old Selected, in bags of 100 lbs.
Fine Selected, one year old, bags of 100 lbs.
KS. Cofleo roasted and ground daily.
,fl. . i , M i M M H' i
begs to inform his
patrons and the
that he has moved the entire stock of shoes out of the corner
store, and has placed an entire new stock of the following goods
on the shelves: A new lino throughout of tho celebrated Stetson
Hats, all siy.es and of tho very latest block; Wilson Bros.'
Neckwear; Jaeger's sanitary Underwear, etc., in fact a com
plete line of Gents' Furnishings of tho best quality ami the
latest styles. Steamer Trunks, Valises, Hand Bags, etc.
Straw Hats and C j. J U i f
Fiannei Su.ts. tort ana merchant Sts.
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I TRADE 1
V MARK M
The undersigned has just received
direct from the manufacturers in Ire
land a line assortment of new goods,
consisting of Ladies' Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs, Tea Cloths, Sideboard Cloths,
Linen Damask Sets of the Celebrated
Shamrock Linens, Etc., Etc., all of which
are suitable for Christmas Presents.
W. C. Sproull.
Desiring to reduce our large stock
wo offer for one month, beginning December 1st, our entire stock, at tl
following prices :
J. T. Waterhouse, No. 10 Store.
ten bags of sugar came over the side j Men's Seamless Socks, 10 & 15o. per pair.
of the Bryant, aud before the man, ,, n it., i ... .1 : .i. ..r r .
could get out of the way he was Heavy Undershirts, 25c. or S lor 1.
struck and knocked down 011 deck. Gaiter Shoes, line finish, 1.50 per pair.
The mau was unable to stir after , '
falling. He was picked up, carried Silk JlaiidKorchlols, all sizes, 15 to 50c.
ashore aud sent in a wagon to tho . , ... , , , .... nr
hospital. Precautions for prevent- ('""l JlucU I owels, .1 tor 25c.
inga repetition of the accident were i ui..,, J,. ,.,,,, nif miln.x.il IV. mi 37 r.n
taken by those ou boaid afterward', M,,U h Ji,uo rtull &ults' ;'l?l!" ' ' -n
a man being stationed 011 the rail ou to $5.00.
the side of the Uryaut. , - . , . Ie ,. . ...
.Mcnsnlack Diagonal Suits, reduced from
olMKAway- SI 1.00 to 88.00.
The following nre booked to leave . .. , ,,. . c1. r ... ,, . . ,
by the S. S. Australia ou Saturday Lndics Kid Slippers, 75c. Worth tfl.25.
K! it 'jlVtLeii' 'Si l""! "" SILK.-, i.. great variety, from
wife, Mr. Fennel! nnd wife, K V $1.50 Up.
Fuller, wife and '2 children, C. S. . .. ' iit . , nn
Anthony, Miss H. It Harris, W. Ht'own Cotton, 21 yards 61.00.
Litchfield and wife. C .Stoeckle. tieo.
1 II. Young and wife, F. N. Jacobs,
Mrs. W. It. Castle, Dr. M. F. Ilomin.
FOR HALE lOHKAP
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1 UliWI Honolulu 1 .irMiic .M'l'y. '
Brown Cotton, heavy, JNi inches wide, IS
Bleached 1 0-1 Sheeting, 25c. per yard.
Hluo JJeniiiie, 7 yards 1.00.
White Cotton, soft finish, .'Iti inches wide, 13
Farwell White Cotton, :i(i inches wide, flc.
Ladies' Fast Black Stainless Hose, 20c. pet
pair, 2.00 per dozen pairs.
Men's Fast Black Stainless Socks, 20c. per
pair, 2.00 per dozen pairs.
Men's Whito Unlaundered Shirts, Linen
Come early and avoid the rush, and remember: these prices hold good for one month only.
Nftuaiu Street, mi Dtor Htika i Ktig Stmt.