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0M1U RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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t " WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24, 18110.
W Dec 23
Stmr SV Q llnll from Maul and II awn 11
p bchr u aimtilu from Kaliulul
Sclir Llhullho Iiom Kauai
15 - Deo 24 -
8 Stmr (1 11 Bishop from Wataliia anil
. ', Waianae
..i Ambkiuu W II Dlmouil, Drew, from
W San Kranelseo
ff Schr Luka from Kohala
g - Schr Kuliuimini fiom Koliala
Schr Kaulkcaouli fiom Hawaii
W Stmr .1 umuiina from Koolnu
1 Stmr Kilauea Hon fiom Hamakua
Schr Lihollh for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING FRIDAY.
.Stmr W Q Hall for Maul and Hawaii at
10 a in
StrarU It Bishop for Walauac, Widalna
and Koolau at 0 a m
CARGOeS FROM ISLAND PORTS.
W G Hall G303 bags smiar, 155 bags
awa, 3G bajs colfec, 25 head cattle,
8 pkgs hides, 214 pkgs sundries, 2
horses aud 2 jackasses.
C R Bishop 32 III bag-" paddy, 45G bags
lice anu 41 bugs tmo.
Liholiho 1830 bas sugar.
For Muui per Btmr Claudino, Dec
23 Dr Stow, Geo King, W Marshal
and wife, Hon L W P Kimealii, Miss
Alexander, Miss Damon, Miss E B
Snow, MibS Foioira, Gupt Gallop and
For K.iuai, per stmr Mikahala, Dec
23 D It P Isonbcrg, Miss Fanning,
Miss Reeves, Mr Router, Geo H
Bailoy, Mrs Widdilieldand daughter,
H C Palmer, H M Whitney, Jr, G
Munroe, L Kahlbaum, Master Con
rndt, Miss J Kahec, Jas Edwards and
wife, W Hardy, E F Bishop and 50
For Molokai per stmr Mokolii, Dec
23 Miss Meyer, Mrs McCorrinton,
Hon A P Paehaolo and family, Mies
L Pjehaole and 30 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr
W G Hall, Dec 23 Col S Norris, Kia
Nahaolelua, R L Auerbach, Mrs C
Hugu, Mrs Robinson, Miss Kahuila,
H Macmillan, A G.irtenberg, J K
Kihaulu, Miss Kalei, Mrs Kaike, W
Goodness and wife, C F Short, .Y
Ming, Ohock Say, Mrs D Taylor, Miss
Thompson, Miss M Jones, Yea Hop
and 129 deck.
From Waianae and Koolau per
stmr C R Bishop, Dec 24 D C
Jones, 4 Chinese and lfJ.deck.
From San Fra'ncisco per bktne W
H Dimond, Dec 24 Mr McGren
The barkcnti-io W. H. Dimond,
captain Drew, which arrived this
morning 17 days fiom San Francis
co, brings a cargo of general mer
chandise valued at $53,992. She
left the latter port on the 7th, ex
perienced light winds from N E then
S to S E the first part of the pas
sage, then variable winds the re
mainder of the passage.
The steamer C R Bishop towed the
barkentine W H Dimond into port
The steamer W G Hall, which ar
rived last night from Maui and Ha
waii, reported rough weather the en
The bark Guardian has been lower
ed (rom the Marine Railway.
The schooner Liholiho shipped
her 1830 bags sugar on the Robert
The barkentine Diocovery had to
lie in the stream last night on ac
count of high wind which was blow
ing at the time.
NEW PARCELS SYSTEM.
The Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany are about to make a new de
parture, which will no doubt be
found to conduce greatly to the
convenience of all classes. Refer
ence is made to tho parcels system,
particulars of which are advertised
in another column, and which will
come into operation on the 1st of
January, 18U0. The system, as
understood, is simplicity itself.
Tho modus operandi is to purchase
a packet of ten cent parcel-tickets,
which are on sale at the book stores ;
nllix ono to each parcel, which must
bear the address of the consignee,
iand the parcel to the conductor
of the car (or driver if there is no
conductor), and telephone its de
spatch to the person for whom it is
Inteiided. The latter muy then
cither meet the car and obtain the
parcel from the conductor, or, if not
convenient, inov nnnly for It at a
later hour at tho nearest receiving
station of the company. A list of
llieho stations is given in tho adver
tisement. Tho new Hriiiiigeini'iit
will In no ivuy Interfere with par
cels carrleil hy passengers, who will
he charged the same faro as hitherto.
M"1 'I'll JU '1L IUI..WIIIH
Wi.DKctiuri Pco. "l,
A nutlvu woman w reprliimniU'il
Kudu Uii uuut en Kulol, lined
llUdllllll, tlMWIlll OH JeOllfll (V,),
$i0 mill (iOkii ill.
ilujiiuij Jjuimij "jiMjiH wi Mfirlt
LOCAL & GEN RAL NEWS.
A DULii pup has been lost.
To-Momiow boliiK Chtistmn there
will ho no l?8iio of the Daily Uim.lr-
Mit. G. Lutlvlg
cut tl as a house
Mcyor inserts n
Tun Hamilton Houe will spread
a loidly Chiistnias dinner tomiurniw
A SFLUXDiD ChriHmas dinner will
bo laid hy Siewtud Lucas at the Ha
waiian Hotel this evening.
Tun Temple of Eashiona anounccs
a special sale of gift goods this even
ing last chance for Christmas.
l'ABTon Isenberg will conduct reli
gious services in Gorman at 11 o'clock
Sunday in the Y. M. C. A. hall.
Mn. Joseph Tinker invites all to
go to the City Maikct for the matei
ial of a liist-class Chtistmas dinner.
TiiniiK was a meeting of thu Board
of Immigration this forenoon. 'Ihe
discussion pertained to the putting
in operation of the now labor immi
The Hawaiian Hardware Co 'e
store will bo opened to-moirow
(Christmas) for a few hours. 'I hose
wishing to piocure presents will Have
this last opportunity.
Tin: Hawaiian Band, under direc
tion of Mr. D. K. JNuoiic, deput
bandmaster, will give' u Chtistmas
concert at Emma Square to-morrow
uffcruoon at 3 oclock.
Mn. E. M. Walsh has been aj -pointed
chiiiiman of the Waimea,
Kauai, road boar'd, which now con
sists as follows: Messrs. E. M. Walsh,
F. W. Glade and E. Cunant.
Mil. C. Hedemann, president of tho
Hawaiian Camera Club, was pie
sented by the members yestoiday
evening, at the hands of Mr. J. A.
Hassinger, with an elegaCt camera.
PATitONSof the Beaverlunch saloon
were served with roast turkey and
cranberry sauce at noon to-day. And
this is what the lobbery of tho fowl
yard at Casino the otlu-r night meant 1
Herr Nolle is shrewd, but who'd have
thought he would work a fake on a
The body of T. Kealakai, the
policeman drowned in the liamakuu
tlood, was recovered.. The head and
body were badly battered, and tho
clothing nearly all torn oft". The de
ceased lett a blind mother, a para
lytic 6tep-father, and a widow, and
his homestead lot was not all paid
WELCOME ENTERPRISE. -
Hawaiian Ten ami Coffee Company
The prospectus of tho Hawaiian
Tea and Coffee Company (Limited)
has been issued, meeting with a very
favorable reception from a number
of local capitalists. It is proposed
to form the company for the pur
pose of carrying on the cultivation
of coffee and tea in the District of
Kona, Hawaii. Coffee cultivation
will be the main feature in the. en
terprise. A small area will be de
voted to the cultivation of Liberian
coffee, which is more hardy and less
susceptible to blicht than the Kona
Mr. Charle3 D. Miller, a gentle
man who has had several years' ex
perience of coffee planting in Cey
lon, is the originator and promoter
of the enterprise. After repeatedly
inspecting the district, he is of opin
ion that Kona is not only well adapt
ed for coffee culture but also for the
raising of tea.
Negotiations are in progress for
diffent tracts of land, either of
which is adaptable to the purposes
of the company. It is proposed to
to incorporate the company with a
capital stock of 800,000, divided
into 600 shares at $100 par value.
Several gentlemen, who have more
or less practical knowledge of cof
fee, have subscribed lor laigc
amounts of stock. All who have
means to invest and who believe
that coffee will become one of the
great staples of Hawaiian export and
there cannot be many to doubt it
should lose no time in examining
this project. The prospectus gives
estimates clearly and Mr. Miller
will doubtless be ready to give all
further information required.
Jiillulitlul Ilnlcrtiili infill In
C. A' Hull.
Mr. F. M English, B. A., befoio
a small audience in the Y. M. C. A.
hall yesterday evening, read a very
interesting paper on "Christinas
Customs and Christmas Carols."
He was disappointed in bis purpose
of having tho carols vocalized, but
fully satisfied the audience by play
ing'tuo pastoral symphony from tho
Messiah on the organ, and the uiis
of seveiul carols on thu piano. His
sketch of the rise, development,
and, in some cases, degeneration of
Christmas customs wm very inter
esting, Dancing In chinch on
Christmas Day was m vogue till not
very long ago in England, uiul even
now bus boiue sort of uonliuiiiiiicu
In Salisbury Cathedral. "Punch
ami Judy" Is Iho degenerated reliu
of what was ouuu a passion play,
Mr. HilglUh concluded his punur.
with the tending of Hunjogu'aCluUt
nmv from Dickons, giving thu dia
logue imsugui very effeollvuly, Jl'u
then rcpculcil liU very comical ren
dition of "Mr, Kuihciuudvriiii).
It yn At Home," In which lie iUiliiyn
iiilinello mil) vocul jiownr Unit
v'onlil liiuku u fni nine on I lie Hugu.
Ill liiiHuilou ol liMiiiiiiwiilul mid
HH'lll Dili ttijljhj l'l)l),IHl miu lit tho
fwiiiuu HJMIil TiyV I'fjfuriii'
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LfflST FOIIGH Iffi
At a white Hcpubltoiin convention
at Houston, Tcus, addiesscs wcie
made advocating the supremacy of
the white man over thu negio, and
holding that the Govcrumi lit must
w run by white men and not by
Senator Fryc 9nys tho Force bill
is not one-tenth stringent enough.
The Fetlcralton of Labor conven
tion, Detroit, passed a resolution in
favor of woman suffrage.
A secret eonfeieiieu of the oil
producers of Western and Northern
Pennsylvania is supposed to have
had for its object the forming of a
producers' alliance to act against
the Standard Oil Company.
Thnre have been some skirmishes
between troops aud Indians in tho
disturbed region. Despatches from
Dakota say the settlers are having
frequent alarms and are Hocking to
the towns for pi o tectum. Many
-Indians are dying from la grippe
c infracted in thu nhost dance out-
diors. Chief White Swan of the
Cheyenne agency wants the Messiah
notion dispelled, on account of the
evils it lias brought on his people.
The tniuble3 originated from the
preaeliiiig of an Indian Messiah,
who was to suppress the whites and
make the Indians supictne.
The Ways ami Means Committee
voted to leport the resolution de
claiing nothing in the Tariff Act
should be construed to impair the
provisions of the Hawaiian Treaty.
'LtlB Democrats opposed the lesolu
tiou. Senator Squire, chairman of the
BUb-commitU'O on immigration, that
la'ehy investigated the Chinese ques
tion on the Pacjfic Coast, has re
turned to Washington. The sub
committee found that a large pro
portion of the Chinese released on
bail before the Commissions s disap
peared, and of those remauded only
live percent returned to China.
THE. CABLE PROJECT.
The Alta California urges mem
bers to support Senator Mitchell's
bill to advance the scheme for a
Pacific cable. It says that Hugh
Craig, a San Francisco merchant ol
New Zealand birth, prepared the
Hi st report on the subject for the
Pacific Board of Commerce. Mr.
Cru.ig'8 report put the cost of the
woik withtn S10,000,000, which the
Alta says ten men in San Francisco
could subscribe in ten minutes and
feel no inconvenience.
Joseph Edward Boehra the sculp
tor died suddenly in London, Dec.
12, presumably of heart disease.
He was engaged on a bust of Prin
cess Louise, and the latter called at
the studio with relation to the
work and found the dead body of
the artist reclining in a chtir.
lioehm was born in Vienna in 1834.
He has executed many works for
the roj'id family.
Germai- has officially recognized
the United States of Brazil.
One hundred and eighteen Chi
nese have taken out return permits,
to leave for China by the P. M. S.
S. China to-inorrow. Mr. H. W.
Wiiglit of the Foreign Olllce has
made arrangements for the delivery
of the permits, in the Government
Museum, whereby the" work is
gi cully lacilitated, and the Foreign
Ollice relieved fiom the crowding
formerly experienced on such occa
sions. A LABOR MISSION.
Hon. Joseph Marsden will leave
for Goa by the steamer China, to
investigate the labor lesources of
thai colony on behalf of the Plant
ers' Labor and Supply Company.
He will carry no commission from
the Government, but his report may
prove very useful to the Govern
ment. Goa is an ancient Portuguese
possession, situated on the west
coast of Iutlia, due south of Bom
bay, in the Arabian Sea. Tho na
tives have long since lost caste dis
tinctions and conforim.il largely to
the civil and religious customs of
SIX PERSONS DROWNED.
The steamer Kilauea Hou, after
thiee week-' absence on the Ilama
kua route, ariived at noon to-day.
She had a very rough trip. Her
cargo consisted of 2G00 bags of
sugar from Paauhau and a deckload
of cattle, besides which she brought
the ten lepers previously reported
waiting at Kawailiae.
, The Kilauea IIou reports one of
the steamer IwalanPs boats was
swamped :J. Honokaa, causing the
death of a Poilugucsc woman and
live children. The woman was taken
out of the water alive, but died in
two hours. Efforts to rescue the
children were unavailing. The boat's
crew saved their lived by mvlinining.
HEAVY BLOW LASr NIGHT.
The wind blew a galu in town lust
night, People who were abroad had
to keep a weather eye opuu lo'ihu
swinging signs llial constitute such
an uyebofe and u danuer tilling thu
liusinuns Htrectu, Minuter weiu
banging, loiu liwtnW orcuking and
swuying, gruvelly dust yiiig,iluiliB
of trees hurtling through thu air.
A Cliliiiiiniui been nulling madly
into l he mi'nk ul King MD'i't wa
wiipi(ii'i to lie commuting uuliln,
but proved in he only In nmijl pur
milt of hl hut Hi it luiil imIIimI off In
I he (llitu'lloil lit C'liliui. Tin frame
nl Iho O, II. & I, LVn friljihi kliiil
on iliwlr ,iitir nil nigiiliiuj hy Uio
' ttluil, uuly lliy jwii m mm nliJu
'".lu mjg'iiu i I " wijiini'i.uiiJii"f''j jn i'i hihwu. i' mj.i.imjimi'i
ST. ASDItUW 'S CATHUDItAL.
Christinas Day. Cathedral Scr
vIcps: Holy Communion, (Choral) OiflO
Mottling Prayer, Holy Commu
nion (Choral) and seimon, 9:30 a.
Evening Prayer, (Hawaiian) and
hcrinon, 3:30 p. in.
Evening Prayer (English) and
senium, 0 p. m.
St. Stephen's Day (Friday).
Holy Communion, 0:30 a. in.
Morning Prayer, 9 a. in.
Evening Prayer and Address, 7
St. John's Day (Saturday).
Holy Communion, 0:30 a. in.
Morning Prayer, 9 a. m.
Evening Prayer, 6 p. in.
SECOND C0NGUE0AT10.S. ,
The second congrcgitlon will hold
special services. At 7; 30 a. in.
theie will be a choral celebration of
the Holy Communion, at which Tours
service in F, and the hymns "O
come all ye faithful" and "Hark,
the herald angels" will be sung.
At 11:15 a. in. the older of ser
vice will be:
Tallis' festival lespomes
Venlto and Glorias Double Chain
To Deum in D . . A. S. Sullivan
Jubilate in D . A. S Sullivan
Recitative. "Commit ye."
Chorus. "And the glory of the Lord."
Hymn n come all yo faithful . . .
Sermon .... Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
Hymn Ilaik, tho heiald angels
.sing ,... .Mendelssohn
The music will be sung by a large
choir of Indies aud gentlemen, under
direction of Mr. J. W. Yarndley.
All are invited to the services.
Immediately following this service
there will be another celebration of
the Holy Cummutiion.
CATHOLIC CATHEDUAL OF HONOLULU.
Next Thursday, Dec. 25th, being
the day of the nativity of our Lord
Jesus Christ, is kept holy by the
church ot God. It is called Christ
mas from the mass celebrated on that
day in honor of the birth of the
Son of "God. It is a solemn feast of
obligation celebrated even from the
Masses will begin at 4:30 a. m.
on that day, with holy communion
from the 3d low mass to the last
At 10 a. in. high piontiflcal mass
followed by baptism of adults and
At 3 p. m. confirmation Holy
Rosary and solemn benediction.
The day previous,Doceinber 24th,
will be a day of fasting and abstin
COMING TO HON LULU.
The San Francisco Alta of the 7th
instant announces the arrival of a
"magn'ueent schooner" from Port
Townsend, which is declared to rank
as one of the laigcst sailing yachts
on the Pacific. The Alta further
states the new schooner is in reality
a fine pleasure yacht, although she
brought some 200,000 feel of lum
ber this trip to San Francisco. She
has been but recently built and is
called the "Vine," and as soon as
she finishes discharging her cargo
will bring a party of excursionists
to Honolulu. The new yacht cost
840,000. Her measurements are as
follows: Length 121 feet, breadth
32 feet, depth 15 feet. Her tonnage
is 550. She was built to the order
of Captain J. E. Burns, who is also
her commander. At her bow is the
figure of a ptetty giil holding a rose
in one hand. About tho llgurehead
trailing vines are etched.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a public conceit at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon (Christ
mas Day), at 3 p. m. Following is
March Merry Christmas.
Ovei ture Light Cavalry. .
. V aldteufel
.. .. llalfe
Waltz Golden shower
Selection ISoliemhiu Ghl.
That is Love, flow Lovo
Mei'Icy Echo of the Night Riviere
Aria Toiyoiatotaso Dquizeite
Waltz IJIito Danube Ivanovlcl
Medley Pleasant Memories lleyer
For Hongkong Direct.
n in nut ii
Will leave Honolulu for tho
port on oi about
December 31, 1830.
gpgT For piiitiotihiib regarding
freight and pun-ago, apply to
Win. 0 IRWIN &
Co,, L'd ,
The I'ttclflo ilnll H, S.
Will mill lor
pun on or
tH'r nJjbl w piiMMuu iy lu
m Hi jApuivi
HEim PASTOR ISENBERG wlrd
tun SONNTAG, den 28 Decem
ber, Vormlttag 11 uhr olncn Deiit'chcn
Onttcjillenst In dor Y. M. U. A. Hall
74 I 81
7 ROM Mr Cowcs.
i lei stiret, n Drab
Bull Pup. A suitable re
ward will bo paid by ro
tuliilng the same to
Mil. CO WES,
08 Hotel street.
WOMAN or Girl to
V In small family
Mns. J. P. BOWKN'S,
743 lw Walklkl, near Bridge
""PO the members ot Oahu Lodge, No.
L MC. of P. Christmas Eve, fall
ing this year on our regular meeting
night, members will please take notice
that said meeting will be postponed to
SATURDAY, thu 27th Inst., at 7 o'clock
Per order of the C. C.
1M1E animal meeting of the members
of tho Sailors' Home Society will
bo held at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce on WEHNESDAY NEXT,
tho 31st December, 1S90, at 10 o'clock
a. m. Immediately after adjournment
the Board of Trustees will hold lis an
mm meeting. Per order.
F. A. SC1LVEFER,
Honolulu, Dec. 23, 1890, 743 lw
Tho Enterprise Hack Co.
. AS been rc-organ-I
1 Ized and has re
moved to Carriage Stand
No. 13, opposite the Police Station.
Telephone orders will receive prompt
attention aud the public guaranteed
satisfaction. Wagonettes furnished at a
few minutes' notice.
ISi Bell Tel. 113; Mutual Tel C30.
743 lni Malinger.
"DAIRY FOR SALE 1
THE subscriber being
about to leave the
Kingdom temporarily, of
fers for sale his well-eat ab-
lUhed Dairy, situated at Kaalpti, in
Manna Valley, four miles from Hono
lulu Post Olllce, and now doing a busi-nc.-
of six hundred dollars per mouth.
The Diliy outfit includes Land in fee
simple, whereon the buildings stand,
with valuable leases of the remaining
lauds, ahout 1U0 Cows aud Heifers of
well-selected stock, 2 Durham Bulls,
Dwelling Hou-jO and Outbuilding, in
cluding barn room for ",2 cows aud
stalls lor 7 horbes; Horses, Wagons,
Cans and all the appointments of a
rlrst-class Dairy. Should thci-ubscriber
bu unable to make a satisfiictoiy sale of
thu Dairy as a whole, he w ill sell the
Cows, Ilorses and other chattels sep
arately. An inspection is invited. Ap
ply on the premises to
A. A. MOXTANO.
Or, C. W. Abhford, attorney-at-law,
Honolulu. 713 2w
DR. DKLAR.MA FURRY has re
sumed practice at Dr. Brodie's
office, No 81 Beietaula street. 742 lw
IS hereby given that G. Ako, of Maka
pala, Kohala, Hawaii, has sold all
his interest in the mm of ToDg Wo Co.;
also, the afoicsald lauds, store anil
merchandise to L. Ahi, of Kohala,
Hawaii, the 19th day of November,
1800. All outstanding debts will be
settled by L. Ahi.
742 Gt G. AKO.
NO. 4 Adams Lane, 1 Largo
Front Room, furnished.
Apply at premises. 738 tf
CATTLE SAJLE I
ON the 20th Decem
ber, 1890, then
will be sold at Wal
nai, Maul, by nubile
auction, 150 head,
less, Good Beef Cattle, 2
Slules, 3 Mares and 1 Colt.
NY person or persons found shoot-
lug ou the lanus oi miKuiuaeo
and Koula. will be pioseouteU to the
full extent of the law
737 lm MnsC. P WARD.
NOTICE is herpby giveu that Leoug
Nlng, of the linn of Tal Wo Chan
Co., No. 38 Nuiiaiiu Avenue, 1ms sold
all his luteiesi In thu aforesaid Una on
the 15th day of December. All out
standing debts of the aforesaid llrm will
be settled by T. Q, Y. Alui, Jr., com
mencing from December ICtli.
737 2w TAI WO CHAN CO.
V WOMAN to take care of children
and to do ehamberwork. Apply
at this olllco. 733 2w
, FOK LISAS IS,
HAT Tract of Lund situat
ed at Palolo Valley, und
CoiiblsiliiL' of 170 acres, more
or leg, until PH-ciitly uinler lenno to the
Into Phillip Milton, mid belonging to
Iho estate of Chun. I ong, Ueceabed, A
lease for a lei in ufyeui will bu given,
as well a Immediate possession If de
bited, Tho hind IsHilntanllully fenced,
For pill Ik I urn, apply 1
Or J, V, Colbuiii,
Honolulu, Dee. D, 1M0, 731 'iw
wall, 181,000 or'. For
finHier imiili'iilmii. uiMy i
IWhT.l l.Ahh llllkiinllUl'n:
I miiimib ittiijjJhuiwiDliMil'1 fimi
uitiuY. lawn'm iiiw uwuu it
G. LTJDVIG MEYER, .
pra m.ciA.1 ;
House and Decorative Painter.
Paper Ilungiiig a Specialty mUl
130 Fort St.. - - Honolulu.
"CORNER HOTEL &
CHRISTMAS EVE !
rJ?OTTf4 mid DOLLS,
Hand-painted Sachets and Tidies,
Plush Dressing Case & Shav'nr Sets,
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
WINES & LIQUORS
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S
WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT,
N. B. My store will not be open
Elegant Leather & Plush Albums,
Card Cases, Jewel Cases, Purses,
Xmas Cards, in great variety ;
Celluloid Cards, Hand-painted Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc., Etc.
Mele Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
Thos. W. Knox Celebrated Books of Travel,
Now & Novel DIME BANKS,
Faircliild's Gold, Silver & Pearl Penholders,
PENCILS, TOOTHPICKS, ETC., ETC.
CHILDREN'S BOOKS, BOOKLETS, GAMES,
Diaries for 1891 !
NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 1891,
LADIES CHATELAIN & HAND BAGS,
Music Stands, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Open evenings on unit
blllTK of Tim Nleuly
hirnUhml lioouin. I wo
biiiinnin. ami iiutior. on
ntmr rmuiu vvuiKi
II, J', IIKIIIIAIIW,
uil'ibl" loi (wo
Honolulu, H. I.
on Christmas Day.
after Hulunlny, 20lti Inst,
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