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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBpR 21 ; r.- iOOO.
JAS. F. HOItGAH
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great pleasure In Informing theirmany friends and the public generally
taat they lurre been fortunate enough to secure a " large portion of the
stock mt
X. C. THOMPSON fc CO.,
890 and 900 Broadway, Hew York.
MADE AN ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THEIR
CREDITORS ON SEPTEMBER 16th. and Mr. Kerr happened to be on the
pet ud vecvred. AT HIS OWN PRICE, the portion of this stock he consid
ered aoltaaia for the Island trade, comprising . - '
426
CASES
RACE MEET
Twelve Events On Big
Honolulu Program.
WHOLE DAVOFHOT SPORT
Driving Association Arranges For
the Thanksgiving Horse
, Townament. -
33 Quoon Street.
P. 0. Box 694. Tdcphsitt 72.
Never Before have the ladies of Honolulu had an opportunity like this to
goods direct from the East at the prices we are- now offering
Ida
Qnettac prices Is often misleading, but we respectfully ask the ladies to
iiiiIm ear goods before making their purchases.
We Jest attention a few leaders. Any lines you don't see advertised.
t eaJQ. and our assistants will be pleased to show you the goods.
!f you don't buy
You can tell
Your Friends ....
k
Dress Department
100:Pieces;Cotton
Challoy
Gaaraateed fast colors,
Tax.
5c
C0 Pieces American .
Shirtings
Superior quality, twenty yards
for Ua
240 Pieces Ginghams
New Styles
Checks and stripes,
yards for $1.00.
fourteen
528 Pieces Liberty Silks
(Black Grounds)
White spots and floral designs,
fifteen yards for 91.00.
We aare secured a beautiful lot of fltlENCH ORGANDIES. "We could
ike large profits on these goods, BUT QUICK TURNOVER IS WHAT
wbbwjuirb. Jajyjgjgg;
We wffl ar them at 10c, 13c and 20c These . goods would be " grand'
vareea at domble the price. . j lJf
in White dress
goods
We bare the finest stock we ever handled, and our .customers know we
always headquarters for White Dresses. One hundred pieces plain
wfclta, aarrew-strlped Dimities, 10c a yard.
Domestic Depart
IllClll
TURKISH TOWELS, any price you
Bk and from the smallest' to
tae bath robe slse.
tD8PBXAJ& WE
cunrrwAisTs
are always
the people our customers first
call on for these goods. The
purchase of this assigned stock
enables us to show you lines
that we cannot possibly again
offer you.
N enthusiastic meeting of the IIc-
nolulu Driving Association was
held last night in the Hawaiian
Hotel to arrange details of the Thanks
giving Day meeting. Among those
present were: Messrs.' M. H. Digss,
George Andrews, Decker, Prince David,
Capt. Soule, Henry Vierra, G. MeDon
s'd, George Merrill, Gus Schumann, J.
Wright. Dr. Clapham, Seth Nichol3, C.
H.-Judd, C. Belllna. Jack Gibson, Dr.
Monsarrat, James Quinn, J. H. Alihy,
Tom King, R. Ballentyne, Archie
Young and P. Jaeger.
Charlie Bellina filled the chair.
Nearly every owner" in Honolulu was
represented either personally or by
proxy, L. H. Dee, who left for Kauai
yesterday, being a notable exception
At the commencement of the meeting
a proposition was introaucea to leave
the arrangement of the races to a com
mittee. The meeting was against the
motion to a man however and otlier
courses prevailed.
Bellina voicing the opinion of many
present wanted the entries in the har
ness races to be named as he thought
that the horses had not been satisfac
torily classed as yet. The majoilty
wotrtd have none of It however.
On Dr. Clapham'8 suggestion the pre-
v;orisly arranged program was disc&id-
ed and a new one framed In accord? nee
with the wishes of those present. The
Thanksgiving Day card will consist of
the following events:
Three .minute class, trotting and pac
ing, best two heats In three.
Two forty class, trotting and pacing.
best two heats In three.
Free for all, trotting and pacing, best
two heats In three.
Hawaiian bred, trotting and. pacing,
best two heats In three.
Team race, one mile, owners to d:lv.
One and one-quarter miles, running.
One mile, running.
Six furlongs, running.
One-half mile, running.
One mil, running, Hawaiian breds.
Five furlongs, Hawaiian breds.
Three -eighths mile pony race, under
14 hands. '
There 5s every assurance ,that all
these races will fill liberally; and that
the running events will be the best
ever he) i In the islands.
The racing will commence at 10 a. m.,
so as to allow ample time for the dis
cusslon of the Thanksgiving Day din
ner.
The free list win be entirely suspend
ed, and the entrance fee will be one
dollar, children half price. Quarter
stretch badges will cost two doIJars
apiece, end members Of the association
in good standing will each be presented
with on. No charge will be made for
the admission of .vehicles to the
grounds.
The following committee of four was
appointed to arrange for purses, dis
posal of privileges and other matters
of ways and means:
W. H. Cornwell, Prince David, Gus
Schuman and Archie Young. The first
named gentleman is chairman of the
committee.
Entries close next Tuesday evening
at 8 o'clock at the Hawaiian Hotel,
where a meeting of the Honolulu Driv
ing Association will be held . at the
same hour.
Mr. Alniy, of the Waikiki Inn, pre
sented the association with three hand
some and valuable silver cups to bo
competed for at the coming meeting.
The purses will be as follows:.
Three minute class, $100.
Two-foityVlass, $100.
Hawaiian bred, harness, $100.
Free for all, $300.
Team race, $100.
One and one-quarter mile dash. $150
first, $25 second.
One mMe dash, $125 first, $25 second.
Six furlongs dash,' $100 first. $25 sec
ond. - -
One-naif mile dash, $100 first, $25
second.
One inile, Hawaiian bred, $100 first.
$25 second.
Five furlongs. Hawaiian bred, ?100
first, $25 second.
Pony race, $30 first, $25 second.
The above pursos aggregate $1,600, or
a larger amount than ever before hung
up in the islands for a day's racing.
The officials will be as follows:
Judge Captain Soule, G. McDonald,
AND SHA.LL BE - PLEASED TO SEt You
IN OUlt NEW QUARTERS
oston Block
KORT STREET.
THIS DAY .
Auction Sale
ON WEDNESDAY, 50V. 21,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, household
furniture, comprising:
-BEDROOM SETS, BUREAUS,
WASHSTANDS, DINING TABLES,
CHAIRS, CROCKERY AND GLASS
WARE, SIDEBOARD, DRESSING
MIRROR, NEW RATTAN CHAIRS,
SOFAS, WHITE AND COLORED
MATTINGS, etc., etc.
A fine Ladies' Bicycle an Eldridge;
also,
EIGHT FINE HENS.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
WATCH THIS SPACi
For Future Announcements.
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MRY &' ., LTD
AuGiion Sale
IrO a iron sss
AND
HARNESS
SUPPLIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Lap Robes,
Whips and
Tie Hopes.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co.
LIMITED.
"W. H. RICE, PBESIDENT.
W. S. WITHERS, MASAQEk
v
A Fine Assortment
OF
this stock la a 1nvlr
line ef Bhtrt Waists; splendid
eat a ad latest ityle. The quan
tity Is large, but we would have
laaea twice as many could we
Set taen at the price. CALL
see uem. 50c, eSc, 75c, 85c
tlM eaally worth double
the money.
MILLINERY
TtTrSMT tro n- .
-v . XKJ vaxe; any
an,- yie you want. Our
Sailor Hats; perfect gems;
ffff' " blac. 50c. 75c,
Dr. Shaw.
Starter Dr. Monsarrat.
Timekeepers Messrs. Kruger and
Withers.
Saddling Paddock Dr. Clapham.
Clerk of the Course M. H .Diggs.
Clerk of the Scales Al Moore.
LONG TRAINING NECESSARY.
A Fine Residence
UNDER GUARDIAN'S SALE OF
one-quarter interest and the owners'
other three-quarter interest, I will sell
at Public Auction at my salesroom. 23
Queen street,
ON SATURDAY, DEC. 1,1900.,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
THE HOTING PREMISES ON
KING STREET, between the resi
dences of Mrs. Kate L. Vlda and Mr.
Paul Neumann.
Property has a frontage of 152.5 feet
on- King street, 293.3 feet deep, and
152.5 feet on Young street, containing
1 and 2-100 acres.
There is a very valuable and com
modious dwelling house and stables,
carriage and servants' houses, etc., on
the property.
Teiyis cash.
Deeds at purchaser's expense.
JAS. F. MORGAN. Auctr.
OF
Ladies don't be fooled
Money saved is money gained
AY YOUR MONET AND BUY FR OM US.
V
LI. OUt
MO
Ld,
Queen Street
Honolulu.
The extent of the training which is
rated as essential to success In the
British diplomatic service is illustrated
in the career of Sir Ernest Mason Sa
tow, who has succeeded Sir Claude
MacDonald as British minister to Chi
na. When he was 18 years old he was
student interpreter In the Japan ser
vice; at 21 years old he was promoted
to interpreter, and at 24 he was secre
tary of the British legation in Toklo,
where he served eighteen years. In
1884 he was made consul general at
Bangkok, and in the following -year he
was promoted to the office of minister
resident. After three years' service at
this station he was transferred in the
same capacity to Montevideo, where he
remained until 1893, when he was ap
pointed minister to Morocco. In the
same year he was given the post of
British minister in Toklo, and now he
goes to Peking.
nighest Pric ever paid for resi
dence property in the city of , New
York, and perhaps In the country w;ts
given recently by Harley T, Proctor an
ffnrSip,man ot Cincinnatf--$600,000
for a lot 100 feet front by 1 5
feet deep at 'the corner of Fifth ave
nue and Fifty-second street.
JAPANESE SILKS,
KIMONOS, GRASS CLOTH,
HAWAIIAN SILK FLAGS
a
Just the thing to decorate your room with.
We also call your attention 10 the
Fine assortment of
I
DOiL ES AND RINGED TRAY CLOTHS
Mae of Silk and Grass Cloth direct from Japan.
WAVERLY BLOCK.
HOTEL STRET
Riding
addle;
ON
JAS. F. MORGAN
ir i Iff
- 33 Queen 'Street.
P. O. Box 594. Tcieph 7-
Genuine Hawaiian Tree
Ridir.i
Saddles on the BEST STEEL FoW. CALIFORNIA
Saddle
OUR OWN MAKE. Style, durability and finish up to date
Riding Bridles, Spurs, Hair Ropes, laggings. Martingale?, etc.
ISLAND ORDERS FILLED. PRICES REASONABLE.
C..R. COLLINS
TBLEPHONBTflea.
P. O. BOX WI7.
Leading: Harness M3nuf2Ctoref
Established 1891.
Fel-'

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