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.", 'tt?5www nVBNMN'O nUM.ETlN, HON'OI.UI.U, T II., WKDNKSD Y, OCT. 27. '00. V." X t f it' & 10 Days All - Round Reduction Sale Commencing Monday, Nov, 1st Want of Space To Effectively Display Large Shipments of Holiday Goods now in transit from London and New York compels us to make an effec tive clearance and more rocmforthe HOLIDAY TRADE, We will begin NEXT MONDAY MORNING a TEN DAYS' SALE in all departments. The whole of our staff is busily engaged making preparations and marking down prices. Every item in the entire stock will be considerably reduced in price, excepting "Madame Irene Corsets" and Spool Thread. No Half-Hearted Attempt, but a Rousing Sale We Must Have Space Tor particulars see our Circulars JORDAN'S BEAUTIFUL BUFFETS FOR LITTLE PRICES ' " Fine quarter-sawed oak buffets for about half what they have ever been so Id for in Horolulu. Also some others made of ash at even greater bargains. It will pay you to call this week. We must clear them out to make room for new Holiday goods. HONOLULU WIRE BED CO., King and Alakea. J. S. Bailey. SPORTS 1 Looal and National BY V. L. STEVENSON. Prospects Bright For Good Fight As the iiIkIU nppiiiarltcg on which Cull on anil lU'llly will ilo Imtllo for the llglituclKlit lmtiiilmslilp of these Isl.tncls, people nro wondering If the new-comer Is fining lo wrest tlie title from the holder. Cullcn'K stipportcrH feel confident Hint their man cm win, ntul they nru bttcl.lnfi their opinion freely. Ciitlcn Is nn old warrior at the box ing game, and Is wise to alt tho liner points of tho sport. Kcllty Is a clever llttlo ninn and Is going to put up tho Unlit of his life against tho challenger for the championship homiis. l'lufcssor Doli Itoss is mighty pleased with Kellly, and tunsldurcs Ills chat go has an excellent chance of winning. Yesterday afternoon a faithful few faced the tain and mud down tho Marino Camp way, and weto reward ed by seeing (he rounds of real good stoush handed out, Illcliards, tho husky ISC pound scrapper, took n fow rounds of wallops from Kellly, nnil now and again i chimed them In stjlc. After Illihards had been dealt with, XelMin. who Is nlwas willing to spar with nil) body, put on tho gloes with Charlie. Tho Marine is a big husky guy and rolls into his man with m. lie Is so big and stioiig that it looked as if the little man would not line a chance against the giant. Ilcllly, howerer, can duel. In and land blows where, they will do the most good, and It is no clncli of a Job to box with him. During ono rally esterday after noon Charllo poked his right out good and hard to Nelnrn's larder, and the Mailne suoarijflie felt ltell !'s (1st hit his backbone. The lit tle fellow can certainly hit llko a kicking mule, and when a punch lumls fairly the man who gets It looks not only nstonUhcd, but posi tively pained Sarcoid is In plllkla nnd has n broken rib to nurse; it nppuars that the llugler was hit by a baseball last week, nnd then, in sparring with, Kellly, stopped a punch of the light weight with his Injured rib. The force of tho blow doubled Sarconl up i in pain, and now he has been for-1 bidden to box for somo time by tho doctor. I Young Terry will probably go up against Kiankljn now that Sarconl J Is out of the game, and It Is possible that a second preliminary between Hlchards nnd Nelson will bo fought. Ilcllly will do his last boxing this afternoon, and for tho balance, of the week will take tilings fairly easy. Cullen Is also winding up his work and Is in the best of condition; he feels confident that lie can get tho decision from Kellly, nnd over thine points to a tattling good exhibition of boxing which no one should miss. Package Race , ' ' On Saturday On Saturdaj -iflernoon tho pack ago laco from Honolulu harbor to Kaena l'olnt and buck to the club huuso at I'carl Harbor will take place. A stint will be made at six o'clock in the afternoon, and the race, which will be the Inst of tho season, will be n cry interesting one. The jacht Il.iwall will be anchor ed oft Knena l'olnt nnd will net as stake boat there Tho boats In tho raco will hue to luff up near the Hawaii anil send n dinghy to tho yacht and froni her reecho n pack n go which has to he delivered to tho Judges nt I'cail Harbor Club wharf. The Hawaii will leavo tho harbor nt 8 o'clock on I'rlduy night nnd will cruise to Kaena l'olnt and anchor there. There will bo no handicaps In con nection with the package race, and no mniks lmo to bo passed. The package Is simply to bo taken from the Hawaii and delivered In as fast tlmo as posMlilo to I'earl Harbor. The KapnM may start In tho raco. but as she does not carry n'dlnghy muni! oiner arrangements win no mado to allow her to compete. Tho probable starters will bo as follows: Kapolcl, Ch.irlotto C., aiad8, Knnie hnmehn, Haw-all I; the Helena may enter also, and the rnco should bo a most interesting one. !i Honolulu Yacht Club Meeting Thero was a meeting of the sailing fraternity last night nt tho home or tho I.yles nn 1 much was done to sturt the Interest going In tho small craft proiosltlon, Bverybody wlmVa$ present nt tho mooting senued ImrtrcsTil -with the fact that siimII boat milling Is n great sportj, It way cpilciMj decided that tho r.icu for next 8imH rhould bo sailed In plain tduht.ut all Ihoso who congre gate on tho watirfiout ttco tho lary. A coiiinrltteo of two. Dob Hendry nml Oeorgo Turner, h.io been given power (o arrange courses, and to net as Judges and linmlicuipem In connec tion with nil tho lnccit. , Another boat of the I'carl type will piohnbly bo In the wnter next Holiday, Mid she Is to bo clrlslcnod tho "Ivy." In all there may be flvo starters In the nco on Snmlaj for small boats. In future should a. boat capslzo be fore her opponent has crossed tho win ning line the raco will bo sailed over again. If, however, tho flrr.t boat has passed the winning post, the rnco will not bo resalled. Useful prizes In the way of some thing that can be used on tho small crnft will bo given the winners of tho various events Tho club will work In company with tho Haw-all Yacht Club, and both Institutions will do their bust to make tho sort of yachting as pop ular ns Ksslble, Max Uoltu Is the secretary of the club nnd nn.vonc wishing to get in touch with the Honolulu dinghy sail ors Is asked ,to drop n line to llox 22.', postofflco. It II It SHORT SPORTS. .Jimmy Coffroth has announced the receipts of the .lohnson-Kotcholl fight to be 132 300. Of this amount tho box ers got 60 per cent, nnd consequently Johnson's sharo amounts to $12,480 and Kctchell got JC720 the fiO per cent was divided !5 to winner nnd 35 to loser. Kctchell, however, had a side bet of $5000 nnd that has to be deducted from his winning. Ho hns to be content with $1720 for his day's work. Tho Marathon runners nro nil In hard training and most of them nro ery fit nlready. Knhy Is covering long dlstnnces overy day and Ha)es Is also in nctho work. Thero will bo an open golf tourna ment at Halelvva next Sunday, nnd scclnl nnangcuiPiilH are being made for tho comfort of tho lsltors at the beautiful retort. There will be .an Imimrtant meeting of tho Kullhl A. C. tonight and at tho residence of tho secretary and all mcmbeis nro requested to attend. At a meeting held .vcsterdii after noon tho nnr Association unanimously, jndrrpod .ludgo S.inford II. Hole for leappolutincnt ns Judge of the United States IJIstiict Court. Judge Dole's term expires on November 23rd and there Is n general deslio to eco hlni succeed himself In a liosltlon which ho hns filled to tho satisfaction of everyone. Bulletin Business Office Phone 250. r-li.tin TMU.t flnnm Phnn lBft Steam Roller & We have one at your service. All t kinds of steam rolling, plowing and TraCtlOn Engine heavy hu"ng at reasonable rates. Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Office Fort St. 0pp. W, G. Irwin & Co. Phone 281, EINQ UP Levy's for Groceries Phone 76. S. SAIK1, Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order. Picture Framing a Specialty. 563 8. BERETANIA ST. -TELEPHONE 7. Furniture Your Credit Is Good J. HOPP & CO. W. O. CIIAIMEHS General Contractor and Builder. Estimates Furnished Free of Charge, Room 11, ICapiolani Building Honolulu, T. H. IRON BEDS MATTRESSES FURNITURE Coyne Buyers Save Money By attending our SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE. This is the last week of remark able pricing. Yee Chan & Co., Corner King and Bethel Streets. Kaimuki Government Reservoir Will be installed by the government at once, and assures Kaimuki, and especially the Hew District now being opened up by this company, with plenty of water for all time to come.' The Waialae side, where the New District is located, beginning at the hichest uoint on the Kaimuki tract, has n very deep soil, and. with the excellent water supply assured, plenty of vegetation is also assured. Those who build in the New District will have no difficulty in providing lawns, flowers and ornamental trees, adding to the beauty and attractiveness of their New Homes, The Kaimuki Ocean View Improvement Society t Will be organized an 1 promoted by this company for the purpose of looking after the gen eral improvement and welfare of the New District. This society will water the shade trees and care for the improvements made by this company and assist in preventing any undesir able people from livin? or any objectionable buildines from being erected in this select and ideal residential distrht. located on the Waialae side of Kaimuki, the high valley on the sea shore. Our prices, $500 for corner lots and $400 for inside lots together with liberal tjrms, gives you a splendid opportunity for either investment or homesite. Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd., Rooms 37 and 33 Young Building Honolulu, T.Ii. WVWWVVVVVVWVWVVVWVWVWVVWVVWWWWWt' Whitney & Marsh, Ltd. Just at present we have n splendid assortment of Rain Coats In PRDZSTLEY'S CRAVENETTE CLOTHS, than which there is none better nor more durable. The prices range from $6.50 to $25.00. For more dressy occasions we can offer Silk Coats 'v In many fancj; weaves, plain, black and pongee. A new arrival of strictly TaiIorMade Waists In MADRAS and LINEN. Priced from $1.25. Our Hosiery Stock Is most complete in COTTON, LISLE and SILK, includ ing the BRONZE LISLE. frWWMWWWWWWWVWWWVWWWWWWVWVWWWVWVW,' Bargains in CORSETS BLOM'S WING CHONG CO KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL Dealen is Furniture Mattresses, Etc., Etc All kinds of KOA asd Nuuanu and Hotel St. on lite of old MISSION FURNITURE Made Ti Order. WahYingGhonecOo. King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket. DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION. WAH CHONG CO. DRY GOODS AND TAILORING. Everything absolutely new and fresh from the Coast. WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST. WING ON CHONG Bring your pictures in and we'll design a frame to your satisfaction. Bethel. Opp. the Empire. Po. 0. Box 771. Combings Made up the latest or any style. EMRICH LUX Harrison Block. Fort and Beretania Sts. Hair Ornaments Beautiful assortment at MISS POWER'S Second Floor, Boston Bldg. LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS SILK AND KID GLOVES BABY RIBBON SILK LISLE HOSIERY Miss Kate Woodard 1141 Fort Street, Mme. Lambert, Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea sonable prices. Harrison Block, Beretania and Fort streets. FRENCH and EYELET EMBROIDERY MRS. J. ROSENBERG Alexander Young Hotel. Wantcd-A Woman Who has taste and wish es to buy a perfect home in the beautiful residence district of Makiki.' Wc have a magnificent home which cost to build $10,000, and the land alone having a value of $5,000. The owner will sell and is willing to sacrifice the place for $15,000.00 Manoa . A lovely bungalow; 6 rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00 Ocean View A home on Kapiolani St. 8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00 Puunui Lot near car line 800.00 Kaimuki A 0-room bungalow. Lot 176x430, near Waia lae Road 1,550.00 Kuakini Six-room cottage; newly renovated, repainted and repaired; lot 50x 135 1,600.00 Seven -room cottage, on lot 75x140 1,600.00 Seven-room house, on lot planted with fruit trees; everything in apple-pie order. Lot 50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00 A Bargain On Fort St. A six-room house 850.00 Buy Now Don't put off until to morrow what you should do today. To morrow never comes. Good times are com ing to Hawaii, and what are bargains to day will not be avail able tomorrow. We have over 300 proper ties listed. Call and see us about them. Real Estate Exchange, Phone152. 82 King St. A5 V. GEAR, MANAGER. Furniture Co., Ltd. ULILIETIN A08PAY BtilLCriN Ana PAY 1 L kj,.V)if,' tfe&x- Ha.toSJi'; Lt&L e iUfiOuUU. - -X .