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IMtlDAY, 1)KC. 10, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.'S
To Tnl.r IIITVH Ortiihee t, Ihlllt
A.M. A.M. l'.)l. 1' M.
Loavo Honolulu.. 0:ir 8 t in 1 MR 4 titOf
Arrive llonoullull. 7lLC Dill) '2:111 CiilBf
Lonvo llonoullull. 7 ::t0 10:51 3:51 r,M
Arrlvo Honolulu.. Bi3tV 11:55 4:6& GiCO)
t Satin days only.
Dec 18 -Stiur
I A Cummins from Walnmiuilo
Sohr ICiiwnlliuil finin Koolnti
Schr Small & Ell fioin ICooluu
Sehr Mokuoln from Evva
Stmr Walalualo from Lahnlna and lln
makiia at 2 p in
S S Australia, Houdlctto, fro San Fran
cisco at noon
ftttiir Kltiau for Maul ami Hawaii at
2 i: in
Slinr U 11 Bishop for Wninnne, Walnluii
anil Koolau at !) a in
Schr AlIKa for Maul ami ICona
Sehv Mllle Moiiis for Koohiu
Sehr .Mokuela for Km a
Am bktno Amelia, New hall,
Sehr Halcakala for Hawaii
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
.Stmr Waialeale 10DB bags eugar.
Stuir Cunimlns 1100 bags sugar, 93
bags i ice.
Sobi Hawaiian! 888 bags sugar.
Sohr Sanib & Eliza 300 bags sugar and
200 bas paddy.
.Schr Mokuola 140 b.igs lice and 1C0
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II IJ M S Nymph", Tinner, from San
I'SS Mohican, iiom Samoa
Ilk Girvau, Angus, fioin Liverpool'
Bk Wakelleld, Howes, fiom New York
4-mstd sclir Hoot Lowers, Penhallow,
from Port Towusend
Ship Quaidiau, Madcn, from Port
Am bk Edward May, Maliany, from
Am ll-masted sclir John G North, Ipsen,
f i oni Euieka
4-masted schr Olga, Kodin, from Sail
Bk Discovery, McNeil, from San Fran
cisco Am 3-masted schooner Vesta, Fridberg.
from Puget Sound
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Flfcshire, Jno Reid, from Llvei pool,
sailed cpt 28, due Feb 1.0-28, 1891
Bk Ccylou from Depaiture Bay
Bk Corypheue from Nauaimo
11 B M Kingship Warspito from British
Br bk Charlotte, Botihdorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jan 15-31,
Gr bk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, duo Fob 20-28
Am bk Ilesper from Newcastle, N S W
Norbk Vlvnx fiom New Yoik, tailed
Oct 15, duo 2Iar 15-31, 1891
S S Farallon, S Bonilleld, from San
Francisco anil San Diego
Bk Foiest Queen fiom Port Gamble
Bk O O Whitmore, Ward, fiom New
castle, due Jan 15, 1891
For San Franeisco, per S S Australia,
Dee 190 Lehmann, N Ohlandt, D
Fricot, Geo liyciugus, Mrs Le Counte,
Miss Le Uouiite, B Ncitmauu, Lieut
F L Anthony, Lieut Band, C L Huff, II
A Huff, T M Fowler, J Ward, T Powers,
W't'arrell, D Creamer, J Beilly, II
Howard, J F Cahill, J Lcvenue, G
Sluup, Miss R W-xrd, G Kussell, D
Gedgc, R McKcuIe, wife and family. A
Pi ou, H err Karl Kahler, WE Ditto, P
N Graham and wife. P Peck, Myron
Jones, Judge Hartwell, Lieut Sherman
and 12 steel age.
For Maul and Hawaii, per'Steamer
Kinau, Dec 19-Fortho Volcano: T G
Brewer, PS Sheldon and wife, Miss
Scotleld, Lydia II King, F Gibson and
wne, mis uavii-s anu jwiss u iioppins
For way ports: Hon W II Cornwall,
Hon II P Baldwin, W O Smith, Judge
N Kepoikai and wife, Mis E K Wilder,
Miss UK Wilder, Miss Llia Wilder, E
Lyons. Jr, O E Richaidson, Mr Haas, R
Rycioft, W W Bruner, II P Williams
and wife, Lewis Horner, Eugene Hor
ner, (J Stockmer, O M Smithies, J Wall,
Mis L Duncuu, S Kumura, Mrs Mee
Kapu, Dr Yaiuushlto, A B Lyons and CO
The RMSH Alameda is due from
Snn Francisco to-nionow.
The Am baik Edward May bus finish
ed discharging her caigo and if now
lying iu the sticam.
Tlio steamer Waidlealo is discliaiglng
her caigoof sugar on board the British
The stcainor J A Cummins is dls
chaigingher caigo of sugar on hoard
the American 4-innsted schooner ltobt
Tlio steamer Llkullko has been lower
ed from the Marino Hallway.
ORATORIO SOCIETY STARTED.
About fifty ladies and gentlemen
lespomlbd to Mr. F. M. English's
call for a meeting in tlio Y. M. U.
A. hall yesterday" evening, to pro
mote the oiganization of an oratoiio
society. Mr. C. M, Cooke presided
and Air. F. S. Dodge acted at) secre
tary. It was resolved to form this
Hawaiian Oratorio Souiely. Piln
cess Icogent Liliuokalani was pres
ent andBigned the roll. The fol
lowing committee was formed to
lepoil by-laws to next meeting:
Mr. T, May, chairman ; Misses
Patch and ltolston, Messrs. F. M.
English, J. W. Yarndley and
T. S. Douglass. It was decided to
send for (ifty copies of "The Mes
siah" oratorio by to-day's mall.
Twenty-tin ce vocalists Blgned the
roll as follows llvo sopranos, seven
altos, six tciiois and live bases, The
roll is open to further signatures ut
the store of the Hawaiian News
Tllli Kwniiit Wiuitt rimn Co
A WAiril Hnli WiiIpIi will nmWn n
fine ChrlKliiinn piow-ul.
lr yon wnul n llm- peffuinn go Th
Hi-nmii. Bmllli A- ('.'.
If you want it flno plpp or olnni
holder jn to Nnllr IUnvrf RnlfTOn.
now Korofpuu l.uW
Look oni for tlio
Is jinw In
A hai.u of (lovcrutmint land ul
Omnoplo, Kola, Mntil, will tin llnld
SmiKcimiK for llio now Wr.Ki.v
Bulletin lo begin on tlio llrsl TuoJ
day In .liinuary next.
Mlt. .Tub. F. Morgan will null a lino
lot of choice Havana eigaifi at bin
Hiilexrooni nl noon to-morrow.
Take u look al WalerhotiRo's No.
10 nloro show window when you pats.
11 is ono of tlio llnesl in town.
Irynuwunta card case, a jewel
cao or n fine Christum card call al
tlio Hawaiian Ni'ws Co.'h store.
Mkbrkh. Tiiko. IT. 1)avii:h it Co.,
call for written tenders for repairs to
the British hark W. Lo Lacheur.
Mr. Jab. F. Moiioan will hold a
salo nl 10 o'clock to-nionow, tlio
ui lick's being elsewhoro specilied.
Ik you are artistically inclined go
and see King Bros', wonderful dis
play. It will nay even if you don't
Mil. Lewis J. Levky will hold a
cOiilinuation evening sale of new
goods, dolls, toys, etc. ou next Mon
It is understood. th at Mr. Hartwell
has gone to Washington on import
ant business concerning a San
Hon. W. H. Cornwell expects an
expert in tobacco raising by an early
Ktcauior f loin the Coast, to assist in
starting his proposed plantation.
Mu. W. R. Saltcu'b watchninking
and jewelry stoie is located on King
stiect, next door to George Lincoln's.
Mr. Salter makes fine watch repairing
Tun bark Amelia will sail to-mor-iow
at 2 p. m. for San Fiancisco with
a cargo of kerosene, transferred fiom
the barks Wakefield and Faust. She
will take a mail, if any is offered.
To-Monnowf at 12 o'clock noon, nt
his salesrootrfuQueen street, Mr. Jas.
P. Morgan will sell at public auction
by order of the Board of Education,
the lease for 15 years of the land of
A NUMnnii of visitors from the
United States were presented to the
Regent Iy Minister Stevens at the
Palace yesterday, and a party of pro
minent Hawaiian gentlemen also
paid their respects to Her Royal
Tun Bulletin takes both the cake
and the advertisements; that is the
reason it has double the circulation
of any other daily paper printed in
the Kingdom. The Bulletin always
gives its patrons the best and the
latest all competitors follow.
m - -
The articles to ho sold Saturday
evening, will bo on view all day to
morrow at Mr. Morgan's salesrooms.
The assortnient comprises a laige
variety of toys and dolls, also some
fine diamonds and an elegant assort
ment of all sizes and designs of fine
rugs, which will bo sold to close out
The little steamer Akamai, now
anchored ofT tlio-Fish Market wharf,
looks very neat and trim sineo com
ing off tlio Marino Railway. Her
boiler and machinery have been
thoioughly overhauled, and tlio craft
is now in excellent oider for what
ever work she may bo called upon lo
Mb. Henry C. Adanis, formerly
teacher in the Reformatory School,
returned to Honolulu hy tlio steam
er Mariposa from the Colonies. Ho
visited nearly eveiy continent in bis
eleven months' absence, and con
cludes Hawaii is equal in quality if
not in quantity to the best of them.
Mr. A (lain h looks remarkably well.
Mr. John Macliadoand Miss Mary
Leal were married by the Bishop of
01 ha al the Roman Catholic Cathe
dral yesterday afternoon at 4.:30
o'clock. In. the evening a reception
was held at the house of the bride's
parenls, King Btrect. It was at
tended by 150 guests and was the
most brilliant wedding ever given in
the Portuguese colony. Sid'or A.
de Souza Canavairo, Portuguese
Charge d'Affaircs, was one of many
prominent persons present. The
festivities lasted with unubatcd ani
mation into the midnight hours.
The local baseball fiatcrnity gave
a luau to the California Club at
Catcher Dan Kaiunkauahon's place,
Mnanalua, last night. The party
went down and returned in wagon
ettes furnished by the Pantheon
Stables, A jolly time was spent,
the feast being in Huwatian style
"fingers made before forks." Tliero
were representatives of all the clubs
in the Hawaiian League present.
The gathering broke.up shortly after
C'ANDLES for Xiiiiih Treel Wo
claim to Uiimi the pii'ithM randies
iniowu. iouin uuiy, jiiu "Elite Ice
A DASTARDLY ACT. '
llcs)BCUbl() Ldtly Aimttlt(!
tit M (hfylit.
I'lw.' WimMi'Ii ifinpOH Itiu
Wilt PiMilmlil.v Im'
Tin I'iiII(M Win Itliie nil tlio !.iv.
Last night between twelve and
one o'clock, while Mrs. Frank
Hi own was quietly sleeping, await
ing tin1 loturii or her husband who
was detained nt his store, preparing
his other Hand invoices, she was
suddenly mwiUcnud by some un
known villain attempting to assault
her in her bed. The wretch had ob
tained entrance by a door leading lo
the veranda and when Mis. Blown
was awakened to a realization of his
dastaidly act, he was attempting to
get under the mosquito netting on
one side of the bed. Mrs. Blown,
iu her endeavor to escape scrambled
out the other side of the bed and
fell upon tlio floor. The rulllau
came around the cud of the bed lo
seize her, when she caught up a
pillow and tliruw it iu his face, daz
ing him for a moment. This act
gave her time to run into the adjoin
ing room, wheic the light was and
with great piesencc of mind she ex
She next heard the man leave lhui
loom by the door he iiad entered
through, and she at once inn
through the 10001 and secured the
lock ; returning she locked the re
maining door of the bed loom.
Finding himself excluded the
drunken scoundrel (as he afterwards
provcd to be) pounded upon the
door and then went away for a few
During the interval Mrs. Brown
awakened the Chinese servants
sleeping in an outhouse and brought
them into the main building. In a
few minutes the miscreant returned
and attempted to force the door,
when lie was seized by the two Chi
nese servants and after a hard strug
gle made his escape.
Mrs. Brown immediately tele
phoned to her husband, who at once
sent two policemen to the spot and
followed them in a hack, but when
they arrived no trace of the intruder
could be found except his blue coat
bearing the brass buttons of the Ha
waiian Government, wbicli. was found
on the back veianda. There are
suspicions as to whom the offender
was and he will probably be arrest
ed iu a few hours.
STEINITZ CRESS CLUB.
A meeting of the Steinitz Chess
Club was held at the looms yester
day evening, Mr. Bruce Cartwright,
President, in the chair. Mr. W. R.
Sims, Secretary, presented a finan
cial report showing dues collectable
above the amount of debt. On mo
tion of Mr. A. V. Gear, seconded
by Dr. Bradley, it was decided to
add whist to chess and checkers to
be practised in the club. Some
closely contested matches of chess
were played before and after the
There is a probability of the Peo
ple's Ice Company and the Union
Ice Company amalgamating.
Mr. L. C. Abies, manager of the
Union Company, was asked if the
reported combination would mean a
rise in price.
"Aole," n as the reph. "There
is no intention of laisiug the price,
but a customer will not receive ten
pounds of ice and be charged for
It is understood that the directo
rates of the two companies have had
a "meeting of minds," as tlio law
yers say, entirely for consolidation.
This determination remains to be
ratified by the stockholders of both
The stock of the People's, it is re
ported on tlio outside, is to lie re
duced from Sl.r0,000 to 8100,000,
while that of the Union is lo be rais
ed from 830,000 to 850,000.
OF THE AUSTRALIA.
Jheie was a big crown on
big crowd on the
Oceanic wharf at the sailing of the
steamer Australia to-day, notwith
standing Hie absence of the Royal
Hawaiian Band on a vacation. Leis
were liberally bestowed on depart
ing visitors and residents. Miss
Ruth Ward, author, was not jEoi got
ten with floral favors after her pro
longed visit, in which she contri
buted acceptably to the literary and
historionio entertainment of the com
munity. The departing California Baseball
Club made lots of fun. They
cheered everybody and everything
of which they knew tlie names in
Honolulu, and the local Leaguers
counter cheered them over and over.
The California boys also sang rol
licking songs as the steamer was
moving out, and the honle boys
tossed a baseball and a scoie of
oiauges at them. They returned
the compliment, and iu the playful
melee several wild throws resulted
iu fouls. A boy on the wharf had
an orange smashed on his cheek,
and a passenger had his hat knocked
into the water. The latter got ti
rope and with the aid of a swimming
name boy iceuveied his head cujfcr-
"AW"IA" mmm mmt
(llllllrlMK Mill UnntU-. IrllflfM Ml
Ot'nioiit'lil mill .it I tllli)
I'Iip llnwrtliflti llnnlwuro Com-
niu' Mtirp. inllf .Sjirrrkeln'
Imnk, I'on mrcpi
i pinpuiHiir re- '
niih'ntlonl nl Hip
ptpscnl wot, '
with rich and into article for Hip
Tlio windowi hnvp n sample rshl
liltliui of the I took wood wntu In lit
huiiinlful brown coinplpvlon viiig.
hour inngi, uhocnltito pol, unit
oilier article. A show cimu hi the
middle of the store Iiiim an iniii
muni of the xniiu' ware. The win
dow likewise relied the sheen of a
variety of silver ware, large cabinets
In the interior being similarly stock
ed lea sets, cups of all kinds,
cheese holdeis. sotip tuieeus, tea
strainers, vegetable dishes, coffee
sets, mustache cups, champagne
A beautiful eperguc Is a striking
object in the makai window. Theie
is a jewel case with a plush lid in Hie
similitude of a pin cushion and
adaptable for that purpose. There
aie beautiful lilting water pitchcr.s,
coffee urns and other detached
There is a novelty iu silver for
Hpecial mention, being a new patent
in embossed work. This ulief
pattern is stamped" complete on
the piece at one impression. A
beautiful clean cut design is Hie
consequence. Iu this line aie
noticed embossed pitchers, love
pilchcts, tete-a-tete sets, smokers'
sits, in royal copper as well as
Probably the most pervading
feature oT the lower lloor store is the
endless range of lamps. They are
above, below, on either hand. The
hnuqucj. lamp iu royal copper and
silver, is a stalely object, being rich
in mould as well as material. There
are piano lamps nnd library lamps
in silver, bras and royal copper re
lief, and 'with onyx table stands.
Chandeliers witli their crystal be
longings compete witli brass biid
c:.gos in hiding the ceiling. There
are lamps for every situation, grad
ed in value to suit any purse.
iMcgaut objects for the hall, draw
ing room, or dining room, in muii
ber too great to be detailed, are ex
posed. Easels in bronze and silver,
onyx tables, silver tables, five
o'clock teas in brass and old iron,
In glassware there is a wide scope
for selection beiry dishes, straw
berry, diamond and fan patterns;
butler dishes, sauce plates, salad
bowls, decanters, goblets, tumblers,
wine glasses, etc.
Ilaviland china ware is a specially
with this house. They have it iu the
open pattern, whcieby it can be
bought by the set or the piece, and
broken pieces can be restored at
will. Besides breakfast, dinner and
lea sets, there are bulteis, salads,
and individual peppers and salts,
water jugs, decaliters, etc. There
is also a line of Ilaviland in raised
fan sets, and ice cream, soup, fish,
salad, and dinner sets.
A full line of cutlery is in stock,
including fine carving sets. Of flat
ware a glittering an ay is revealed
in show cases spoons, knives,
forks, all hand engraved. There is
a very pi city set of fish knives and
forks in a case, a dozen each.
Anyone who wants to present a
bird cage to wife or other "dearest"
should not fail to look at the Ha
waiian Hardware Company's stock.
These are of brass, everything rivet
ed together, no soldering, and they
are in elegant shapes. They include
breeding and parrot cages.
For your friend of a mechanical
turn, or youngster with a bent for
that sort of thing, here is a novelty
in the shape of an anvil vice, toge
ther with an implement for shaping
a ring, bafesand langes may not
be in the liie of holiday goods.
Still it is not out of place to mention
that this store is the depot for the
celebrated Fischer steel ranges and
mercantile safes. Nowhcio can
either article in those lines be got
more reasonably. And, perhaps,
on second thought, probably, you
cannot gladden your household for
tlio coming year more effectively
than by putting in one of these
ranges. For good digestion is tlio
handmaid of health, and good diges
tion is impossible without good
Mr. Hendry the manager,-witli an
efficient corps of salesmen, will bo
found at all times willing to. show
the waies to customers.
KAMEHAMEIIA FOUNDER'S DAY.
Founder's Day at the Kameha
melia School was obseived to-day.
The exercises were opened with
piayer by Rev. Dr, Beekwilh. Chiof
Justico Judd delivered an address
in the native language to the pupils,
followed with an address by Rev.
Dr. Hyde. There wcie present
Princess Regent Liliuokalani, His
Excellency John A. Cummins, Hon.
J. Nawalii, Mr. C. AI. Cooke,- and
many other friends of tlio iiiblitu
tiou and parents of pupils.
THE NEW WATCH GLUD.
By joining tlio California Watch
Club every person may select his
watch, (either ladies' or gentle
men's) which will bo saved and de
livered when thu member drawsMiis
watoh, Mr. Sclueiber, recently
from the Coast, has charge of the
club and comes well recommended
as a reliable business man. The
dub will be open evenings until 8
o'clock. 7U0 lw
YOU aio bulled llil
Lllto lee Urcain
Ik evening at tlio
Cream Pailoih" and
sue how Xmas Cakes me decoiated in
the latest siylo. VMM
C1ADDIES and a great vnili-ty of
other Fanny Candy ItoNori, only
ut thu ,ri:ilto lee Cieuin pailum,"
. 788 lw
HEAD AHO R CONVINCED,
Are nii ' Im kinit lnr Suitable
L'liriMirm Piesenidl 'I hen call nl
the Driltf Store nl llnlllMnr A. Vn .
No. I tfl Korl street, ni'd evninliio
thimu hiHiitttfiil Perfume llakel,
miiiuittiln niilltelv new. Thev Imvn
nm, inrao ttnil vnriml lm-k of llio
fholowl Pelfntnes, In plidii or cut
Itlnsft uontJiliipr. Itniftli nnd rntrib
Met, TraVellltiK Cne, Mtiitlriiro
Sel, Ctifl nlul Collar llnvon, tuul
nthui Toilet Articles too nuiiiPioiis
to inmitloi). In Photographic flood,
thny have the bcl noimrlnienl over
shown in this market, cninpiMng
every rrquMte foi either ptoles
utoitn! or ninatciir. Paitictilar at
tention iu called to their Hue of
Cauieia, any one of which will make
a Useful and Valuable Christmas
Present. One may pleaso their fancy
wl.h a "Kodak," (you ptess the
button) six different styles to choose
from, or a "Ilankeye," or a "P 1)
Q," or a School Outfit, or the regu
lation thiee-leggcd-tise-a-hood vari
ety. Tlio prices for a complete out
fit range from S8.50 to SI 25. Smok
ers and lovers of the weed can find
at this establishment, thovory best
of American and Ilavanah Cigars,
Choice Tobaccos and Cigarettes,
Pipes in endless variety, such as
iMceisehnum, plain or silver mount
ed, Briar ditto, Cigar and Cigarette
Caos, Ktc, Etc. Space will not
permit a full enumeration of all they
have to show you, call and sec for
IIOLLISTER & CO.
738 Hi 109 Fort Street.
A WOMAN to take caie
WOMAN to take
of child) cu
1 and to do ehambeiwoik
at this oltice
A pay; only epeiieneed bauds need
apply. Coinir l'oit anl Hotel .slicets
(over Klulleh's drv goods btoie).
WOMAN or Girl to do liono(iiU
iu small fauiilv (no washimr; Ger
man pi efened). Apply at
Mns. .1.1'. liOWENS,
78 Iw Waiklki, near Uiidge.
S5 HEW AND
a White and Black New
foundland St. llcrn.il d
Slut. Anyone lutiunhiir
frame will leceive the above lewaid.
7-10 Jt H.O. I'ALMKK.
LADY'S Oanv.is atiil Silk Ilaud
h.ijr, eontaiiiiiis' a iiuie and mo
ney, e.ud ease, gold liinmed speetaeles
and memorandum book. A Mutable
lewaid will be paid bv letiiiniiig same
to this otllee. 7118 lw
ONThmsdiy, tlio 11th Inst., from a
stable at Kohilu (near Mr. .1. 1.
Dowsett'-), a Hi own Maie, two white
hind feet, while star on foiehead,
branded U M and T on hip. Person
returning the same to II. Moitcnsen,
Tiamway Stab os, Punahou, will bo
suitably lcwarded. 7U7 lit
HEAD THIS I
170K eveiy lfiO Hawaiian or other
: Pacific Islands' Stamps lcceived, I
will nrwf fiinr I mrlisl: tllli St i-n ttil imneih
per week for a month, or will send one
of tlio latest JSiigusii, I'leiien, ueiniau
or Spanish novel". Stamps of other
countries sent in exchange for those of
Hawaii. All manner of ai tides sent in
exchange for used postage stamps and
postcards ..under special arrangements
Importer, Withiugton, Nr. Manches
ter, England. 7U51IH
Is called to the largo stock of
Now on hand and to ariivc on the
They compiiso everything to bo had in
many arioiif linos.
OF AM. K1NIJ3,
Umbrellas .& Canes
Mounted in Gold & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
BSf" Store will bo open evenings for
two weeks pioviou to C'lnistmas.
E. B. THOMAS,
Estimates Given on thick,
& Wooden lliiildmgs.
KEEPS VOll SALE
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris
Mai bio Diibt, Wire Lath,
California North Beaoli &. Santa
Quairy Tiles (JxG-ml, white and blue;
MluKm, PhiHtiu uiiil Kiifutikilu Tilt' In
vai ions pallet us, all kinds of Diaiuage
jjgjr Oitioh .Southeast
ke.i and Queen streets.
Mutual -l TELEPHONES tST
HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS !
Okistaasj & Mm Yeafs
TOYS ! TOYS !
DOLLS ! DOLLS !
TT-IEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
QUEEN & KAAIIUMANU STREETS.
Card Cases, Jewel Ca'.es, Purses,
Xmas Cards, in great variety ;
Celluloid Cauls, Hand-painted Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc., I
Male Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush
Thos. W. Knox Celebrated Rooks of Travel,
New & Novel DIME BANKS,
Fairclil's Gold, Silver & Pearl Penholders,
'Diaries for 1891
NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 1891,
LADIES' CHATELAIN & HAND BAGS,
Music Stands, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc.
Open evenings on and after Saturday, 20th inst
.. . .... iB
WING WO TAI CO.,
5 IV u ii mi u Avenue.
Ilavo received per S. S. "Chilean"
from Hongkong and Yokohama
Ebony & Pearl Hall Furniture,
Italian Chairs, (j
Satin Pillow Shams,
riNE ASSOUT.MEKT 01'
Silk Shawls & Handkerchiefs,
Crapo Silk, Fern Pots,
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