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TnTnljo lllfert Oetnlice lift, (Mil).
A.M. A.M. I'.M. I'M.
Uiivo Honolulu.. OilA Ai.,11:Ii lillflf
s . Arflvn Honouiliill, 7121 tiilli ihtu Atnfif
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Arrive llofll.il.. Si'.i:. Iltfts' 4tft5 OifiOi
' A Nlluillii) unit
FRIDAY, DBC. 20, 1890.
Selrr Mokuola fiom Ewa
Slmr James Vakecfroin ICntiai
Schr Hob Hoy fiom Puunluu
bohr llcoin liom Molokal
S n i lilnti, frnm San Francisco,
route for Hongkong,
Stmr Kiiulii from luiuni
Btmr V U Hull for Maul nnd Hawaii at
"JO a m
Stmrt'R liilinp for Walanao, Unlnlua
and Koohui at 0 u in
S S t hhui, -eiibuig. for Hongkong
HchrWaimalu for Haw 11
VCSSEIS LEAVIN. TO-MORROW.
Sclir llccla for Kaliulul
CARCOtS FROM IbLAHO lORrS.
Jus Makeo 1773 bigs sugar, 2 horses
anil 25 pkgs suudiies.
" Ktlauua tiou 000 bags sugar.
Kaul i 122. bags 'sugar ami iG7 bags
Kaulkt in nil 2200 b igs sugar.
Kulauniuu 1015 bags Mig.tr.
Luka I COO bag- -ug.ir. '
Molwidduu 21 0 b.igs sugar.
Jlokuola 210 b.igs lice and 30 bags
paddy. , A
lleein 214 hides. w
ltob Hoy 45." b.igs salt and 2 hides.
Three lepers weic brought down
tue scnuoner tieeia iroin moiok-iI.
The 177,1 bags sugar that came by the
steamer Jus Miikee are being shipped
on tho Kobt Lowers.
The 1-masted schooner Olga bus fin
ished discharging her eargo,aud is now
lying in the stie.im.
Tim steamer Kaimilna goes on the
llai ine Hallway to-day.
The schooner lleeiti." took a load of
C)iiiicsioti board tho S S 'China this
The schooners, Kauikeaouli, TCula
maitu, Moiwuhinc ami Lnka arc trans
ferring their loads of sugar to tho bark
Tue steamer " It Bishop sailed nt 12
o'clock noon, and the W G Hall at 2
this afternoon for their respective ports
The S b China, Capt Seabnry, sailetl
at 2 o'clock this afternoon for Hong
kong, taking l'JO Chinese passengeis
from this port, consisting of' 173 men,
3 women and 11 childieu. She hab 3
cabin passongei in transit.
The .steamer Kitiau is due to-morrow
uiornhig from -Maui and llawad.
Anived Dec 13. biig VV G Irwin, 1 1
days llenee: 14, biig.l 0 Smeokels, 13
dayH hence 18, bark V H Godficy,
bailed-Deo 17, bark Elcctra, bark C
D Uryant, Honolulu j 18, liaw bk Lady
Lampsou, yd ey.
I'oi t lowiisuti'd,' Dec 15 Anived,
bktuc iskagit. Irnco.
Sydney, Dec HI -Anived, S S Ze.ilan
dia, 21 days hence, 30 days fiom sau
KELIIAA In this city, Thursday
mornlng,Dec. 25th (. hrlstmas Day)
to the uifeiof Mows helium, a sou.
CAMI'liELL In London. Kngland, on
Nov. 28, 1800, to the wife of James
( ampbell, f Honolulu, a daughter
VON HOLT-KNUDSEN-AtSr. John's
Chapel, ambridge. Mass., Monday,
Decembers h, by the Hev. William
Lawrence, Heiuiich M. von Holt to
Ida E., daughter of lion. Valdemar
and Annie Kuudseu, all of the Ha
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of H.,
will meet this evening and nominate
Our thanks nio due to tlio Hawai
ian News Co. and tho purser of the
China for San Francisco iilea.
Slit. J. R. Robertson's sale of oxen,
iniileineutsrutc , at Fciul City will
bo held at 11 o'clock to-morrow.
Tun Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet battiiday evening
at the residence of Mr.
B. F. Dilling-
Tiirc will"bs no afternoon concert
to-nionow, but tho band will givo n
moonlight concert nt Tliomau Square
in tho evening.
Ornccns JohnRobinton and John
"Baker gave pursuit to u Chinaimtu
carrying u bag on Liliha street at
midnight Chribtmas Evo 'J ho two
" Joluin cauglit tho othor "John," mid
liiu bug was found to contain fifty J
tins of opium,
Captain Rico was protaiuoil on
WediHwIay by u nunibor of hid
fiionilH with an ouoiiiiouh silver tut
nip watch, with massive iion chain
and hook, thu whole weighing nhont
fllteou iiouihIh. The captain hung
tliu-glft with piiduon hit viiht cm po
lation, and invitul lliu iIoiioih into
Cnnha's wnHrii'g idnco lo iccijuiunilo
tho tstiein with which, not for its
Inlrlioio viiltiu, etc.
Mn. Hurry vu Holt and brldo nr
rlvtd by lliu 1. M K, H. Ulilim, Tlmy
Wile nianlid nl HI, John' (Jliii)iul,
Uiiliibiid(iu, Mnii,, Duo. B, iii.uiy
Jloiioltllliitlli', iMiNliiinl lifoent, hu.
jug til llm weililliie, The hiidu In n
Uuiiylituruf Hon, Vnldi'iuur KnmU
uii, luiioriiilJilivii fur U'liliimn,
KhiuI, In iliu l,ikUttuu. Jinny U
IJII4 U lIlU bl'H liM'Wll UDll ItlUUIIK'll
Joiillli linn ul lluiii'luln. May lliu
m.i y Ituiu u lujiy und Iim
Tiik trlinnnor lHtiln timnftlil time '
lfH'm (mm .Molnfciil on liui Itttt nip
TUB MiimifiietiHerV Slino Co nU
for lire Immntll.i4 ueiileiiuiiiof ovat
Mm. .1. 11. RHsl uTur 20 rdmrp nf
Ilia P. 11 it L. Am riuttttii for sslu.
For lorilis too ndviriisentuiit.
Tim Board of Health, units foT bchI
id t riders fur tin erection of u Msble
mihI cntiiiite in Honolulu for tho lin
of thu Boiud.
Mil. Frank Gertz asks that all per
ons having account! wlili Ititu of
over iliri'D months' standing iiiultu
solllonionl wiiliiu tliirly days.
Mil. H. L. Atierbach Iinving boon
appointed assignee in tho estate of
J 1 1 nolo, gives notice regarding
ilubtH owed by or duo the estate.
Kino Kalakaua has t-ont u chock
to the President of the Woman's
Educational and Industiial Union,
tins amount of which hts auks to have
added to the receipts of tho recent
cutcittiinmcuta in aid of the society.
S. F. llullotin.
OliHtu Vii-cc of llni Hullitay In nmt
Christmas Day was quielly though
genuially celebrated in and about
The seicnaders were out in many
bunds. Their intentions would have
been moro acceptable if they had
divided the town among them. Il
requires a good deal of good nature
to feel pleasant over the visits of
parlies ot wandering minstrels at
intervals so s!iort as to preclude
even an occasional nap thiougb the
The bomb and cracker nuisance,
that has come to bpoil every holiday,
was rampant for twenty-four hours.
The Hawaiian Hotel furnished a
splendid Christinas dinner on the eve
of the festival. Many rare delica
cies were on the menu in addition lo
the regulation turkey and eranbciry
sauce. The tables were beautifully
decorated with flowers and foliage.
Steward P. M. Lucas covered him
self anew with gloiy by his catering
on this occasion.
St. Andrew's Cathedral was
thronged at the various services of
both congregations. The decoia
tions were superb and the music
The Roman Catholic Cathedral wa3
crowded tit the eaily masses, as
well as at pontifical high mass at 10
o'clock. The music was of a tluill-
ingly noble order.
There was much driving round
cit- and suburbs by day and iu the
A cbildien's lawn party was given
at Woodlawn by Mr. aud Mrs. B.
The male guests of the Waikiki
Villa undertook to provide the
Christinas breakfast, and right
royally did they cai ry out their bar
gain. They had ran-acked the mar
ket for fowls, which they broiled
very nicely, and the spot ts of the
bouse furnished some choice game.
A grab basket was passed round
the festive board, fiom which every
one drew a present, there being
dolls, jack-in-the-boxes, whistles,
railway trains, etc., and the "boys'
and "girls" of a largei growth wcie
In the evening the guests of the
Villa joined those of the Hamilton
Hou-e at Christmas dinner, several
guests being present by invitation,
Hie whole patty numbering forty or
lifty people. The reception pallor
was beautifully decorated with vines,
ferns, llowers and potted plants.
There were beautiful displays of
llowers in epergncs and vases on the
tables. The menu was as follows
and the cookery and sorviee were in
keeping with" the rare variety of
Raw oysters; consommie a la
Reine; cream nu celeri. Celery,
radishes, tohn marine, chow-chow,
pickled onions. Pond mullets, sauce
bechamel j fresh salmon au beurre
aux lines herbs; Saratoga potatoes.
Oysters fiitcs, chicken salad, toma
toes. Honed tut key, cranberry
sauce ; filets de breuf, sauce raade
ro; saddle lamb, mint sauce and
jelly. Cauliflower al la sauce
blanche, potatoes' boiled onions,
green corn, green peas. I'lum
pmiding, hard and biandy
sauce ; mince pie ; caramel ice cream,
sponge cake, cocoauut calce, stiaw
hcirics with cream ; oranges, grapes,
limiiuins, apples, assoiled nuts, ini
sius. Claret wine, tea and coffers.
Mr. Hamilton Jolinsun, piopriclor
of thu twin houses, was warmly
congratulated on the lich quality of
The concert by the Roynl Hawai
ian Baud at Eiiitua Square iu the
afternoon was hugely attended. A
hoodlum in plug hat aud blackened
face caused some annoyance, hut
was hustled off to thu cooler alter a
struggle with several ollUeis.
The inerry-go-1 omuls on both sides
of King street drew large crowds in
All business was suspended dur
ing lliu day Iu thuKiiiopuan quarter.
Cluibliuas seivlcuH, with a Christ
urns tiee entertainment following,
weiu huh) at thu Chinese inUtloii
church Wednesday uvuiilng,
A plctimiit reunion of lliu KtiwiiU
ilium uiidKuiiiniiktiplll imtlviuongiu.
gulluiis tvus held at the chinch ul thu
lull r ClirMiium evening. Itu'ietli
menu including let cnum uuil nuke
ciiluuiuuil thu enj") men I of thu inuN
j Clubdom. Hint niu jil veil at Urn
ICulihi ict'vnfuH lioliitl for li'iuid.
(,'uni'ul Union buiuiiiy iuliuul, Mi.
b, M. DiihlMil mill nihil i nuru luu
A Quid Time At Monterey.
OhriBtmasDiuuoi fit tho Coro
liado. Off for Southern California.
Turn Oaminjf Homo
The banquet and reception ten
deied His Majesty on the evening of
lJi comber 10th hy the Holiomian
Club at their new Club house was
a most magnificent and princely af
fair. The entertainment, as men
tioned in my last letter, was expect
ed to be the linest affair of the kind
ever given by (he Bohemian Club,
and it was. It lias been the talk ot
lashionahlc social circles iuce, and
its like is not expected to occur
soon, if over again. A full descrip
tion of the affair, too long for thin
article, will be found in the social
The Royal party left San Fran
cisco on the 17th iust. aud arrived in
liistoiic Monterey in the afternoon,
after a delightful iuii over the
Southern Jacilic railway in Colonel
Crocker's superb piivate ear. Rear
Admit al Brown of the U. S. F. S
Chailcston, Ensign Blow, His Ex
cellency II. A. P. Carter and the
lion. II. A. Wideniann, of Hono
lulu, accompanied the Royal paity.
The patty remained at Monterey
until Sunday, when the returned to
On Christmas Day His Majesty is
to be the guelt of Mr. J. D. Spreek
els. at the famous Coronado Hotel,
one of the most splendid pleasure
resoits on the Pacific Coast.
On the Mill mst., King Kalakaua
spent a good portion of tue day on
the bay. On the invitation of J. D.
Spreckels the King took a sail on
the bay in the jacut Luiline. The
party, among whom were the King,
Col. Macfarlane, Mr. Spreckels and
a few others, boarded the yacht at
Cla3r-street wlitrf about 11 o'clock
and lemained on the bay until
lather late in the afternoon. The
day was exceedingly pleasant for a
sail, and the parly took advantage
of the opportunity and visited some
of the piincipal points of interest on
the bay. All kinds of refreshments
were aboard, and a pleasant time
was spent. The King expressed
himself as highly pleased at what he
had seen, and warmly thanked Mr.
Spreckels for the favors extended.
On the loth instant Rear Admiral
Brown of the cruiser Charleston
conducted a party consisting of His
Majesty King Kalakaua, Colonel
Baker, General John Gibbon, United
States army, and iavul Constructor
F. L. Fernauld over the iron works
at the Portrero. His Majesty took
gieat interest in Hie machinery, the
big steam shears and the nearly
(iuibhed hull of the Monterey. He
was shown the -plans of the new
cruiser and the battle ship Oregon,
and made some suggestions as to
their construction. After a visit
paid lo the vaiious departments of
the works the party was given a
On the morning of the loth inst.
the King gave audience to Justice
de Cedercrantz, the Swedish Vice
Arbitrator of the Samoan question,
previous to the depuiture for those
islands, und at 11 a. m. attended
services at Grace Church. In the
afternoon he visited Sausalilo, as
the guest of Adolph Spreckels, with
whom he dined, und on his return
in the evening was closeted with
Minister Gaiter, his Envoy to the
United Slates. In the evening His
Majesty, accompanied by his secre
tary, Cot. G. Maofntlane, II.
M.'s Chamberlain, -Rear Admiral
Hrown and Cousiil-Geuerul MoKiu
ley attended the perfotmunee of "A
Straight Tip" at the California
Theatre. Manager Harry Mann
conducted the distinguished party
to the balcony boxes on the lelt side,
which were decoiated for the occa
sion by intertwining tho American
and Hawaiian flags, with the arms
of the Hawaiian Kingdom in the
centre between tue boxes, Ills
Majesty greatly enjoyed tho quips
mid pranks of Powers and the
nicriy-imikcu on the stage.
On the lClh instant the King
vUiled an exhibition of Oriental
rugs, tnpustiies mid draperies nt tho
Ail Association rooms, A neat
piece of Damascus silk embroidery
and u var.uuble Kiirdisiun rug nuio
picsoiiicd thu King, for the orua
iiieiiliilioit of Queen Kupioluui'a
By lliu time the China reuches
Huiiululu lliu King und puity will bu
off fur Southern Callloriila, us
giiesis of Co. Fiitl. Ciockor, wliuru
limy will lumiilii about ten tluys,
1 A toon lib thu lioyul imily ii'lurm
f.oui thu South iiuiimilutu arrange.
inenU will hu intido fur lliu home
ttui voyage It win rxpuulril
woul would bu unt by lliu Chum u
lo ihQ (luiu of return, bill il Will now
hi' tin hh led by Hid moiiiiiui Aiii-
imliDi "liluli mil Iuuvm rjun Fiun-
i uUco ui 2 (i, iu, uf Junuwry 'h JnHJ.
It t oxpculcil, In fm I ft) nntiouiircd
hot-, that thu Klitti mid Mllto will In
returned in Honolulu by the U. S.
i 8. UinrloMoii.
i llli MnlPSly's liunllh ha stendlly
1 Imnrnvud slnoo s urrtvnl hero not
wlthMnndlng nil lliu round nf tintor-ItituiiH-nl'i
hu bus gone through will)
and lliu constant exol turnout lie hu
been hence oniupollod to undergo.
Lntost qiiotntbm glvo Cuba cen
trifugals nt fi cents for 00 test.
Mcfoiu tho sailing ol ihe steamer COO
barrels of' loflued sugar bad boon
told In Philadelphia for dolivoiy on
April 1, I8D1, at 4 cent test.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. Charles' Peterson, the'lookout
on Diamond Head, desires lo icltiru
his warmest thanks to the mer
chants, pilots and public of Hono
lulu for a very handsome Christmas
present irr money ; aho lo the ship
ping agents of the port, for the re
cent gill of a spy-glass.
FllltiAV, Dec. 20.
Maiao was bound in S500 to stand
dial in the Supreme Court for eiim
inal assault on a child under ten
I years of age. lie is a retainer ol
Twenty-eight cihcm of a ton merry
Christmas were disposed of by re
primand, Hue und forfeiture.
m'm-ax id kino.
Sidney, Aus., Dee. 15. The
great sculling match to-day on the
Paramatta river between Peter
Kemp and John McLean, for 300
a side and the championship of the
world, was won by McLean.
At Athay station the crowd hoot
ed and groaned at Parnell who was
passing through on a train. They
shouted, "To hell with Parnell,"
gave thiec cheers for tho bishops
and pilosis, and cried, "Long live
Dillon and O'Brien." At other sta
tions Parnell was cheered. The
Iiisb Parliamentary Fund Associa
ciulion has pronounced against Par
nell. Gold is at SOU premium in Buenos
The Brazilian fleet has sailed from
New York, being accompanied down
the hurbor by the Yorktown and
A meeting at Calgary in the Ca
nadian Northwest, to debate four
possible futuies for the Doni'mion,
to the surprise of the commuhity
decided in favor of annexation lo
the United States.
jgdjl Arrived, per S. S. Alameda,
filled with Fruits ami Oysters for
Christmas: Grapes, Peart, Manda
rin Oysters, Oregon and California
Apples, Cauliflowers, Celery; aleo, a
full supply of Raisins and Nuts,
Smyrna and California Figs.
)$""Also, l"or s-ilo a consignment
of FmdB;ecil of Chickens-, also, Fat
Roosters for the table.
Also, Frozen Turkeys and
Poultry of all kuida for- Clnislmas.
San Fkancisco Fiiuit Dupot,
81 King street.
Jno. Lycuhous, Prop. 7-ill 3t
AWAllAN roimeil No. 080, Ame
rican Le"inn of Honor, meets
THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock, at llaimony Hall, King street,
7-15 lt Secretary.
'PO the members o' Oulitt Lodge, No.
I 1, K. of P. Christians Eve, fall
ing this year on our legular meeting
night, members will please take notice
that said meeting will be postponed to
SATURDAY, thu 2tli lust., at 7 o'clock
Per order of the O. C. 743 4t
I "HE annual meting of the members
of the .Sailors' Home Society will
be held at the room of the Chamber of
Commeiee on WKHNKSD Y NEXT,
the 31st December, IM)l), at 10 o'clock
a. si. Immediately after adjournment
tho Board of Tmslccs will hold its an
uual meeting. Per order.
F. A. atllAEFER,
Houolulu, Dtc. 23, 1800. 743 lw
jlOST or STOLEN
.1 BROWN .MARE,
branded -G 2"
on hind iinai tor. Thu
Under will ple.iso return
School st., next the Bridge.
SUA RES of the Pioneer Building
cc j.oaii Association blOCK, on
teruiR to bo arianged. Paid upvalue
to dute 8 102, HO, exclusive of nceiued
dividends mid luieiest,
J. II. REIST.
Honolulu, Deo. 20, 1890 71ft 6t
AVING been appointed
III tnu estate ol J.
Himle, of U'ul-
niliu, Main, all pursnnu baling ululms
uu:.iiust this estate am icuucMcd to mo-
I soul sunn ininiediulely, mid all ieroiin
lmlebteil to the (!!, lut am ii(pUseilto
make their payments foriliwlih,
Jt. L. AlJHlltAUH,
Assignee, at tho ollh-e of L. li, Kerr,
Hoiioluhi. 745 aOt
READ THIS I
1?OR every l0 Hawaiian or other
1 i'mililu MiiiiiU' Miinipi leculyed,
wl I port four ' nglUli hhiiriitnl papeik
pur und, oi a iimiiili, nr will dund mm
uf tlio Initial LngiLli, I iitiuili, (leiman
or aiiuulili nuiil. tiiiuii of oilier
uoiiuiiImi iuii Iu ixeliaiign lor limn' ul
Haw nil, All inuiimii' of uiihileuiil In
lUtUllllllgli Inl Html pinlngo rlHlii und
nutliwuU iiinlni i Mul uriMiiltt'iiiuiil i
1 iII'I.ILmT. AtollTON. '
liiiiwiiDr, Wlililuluii, ,Ni. Jlamiln-i. i
llilp I'l'Ulund. 7H&Jul
A WOMAN to tnke cnte of children
nutl in do cliniiibRltvnrk. A billy
In linall famllv
Mits. J. 1. llOWKN'S,
Walklkl, nenr Ilriilgo.
! 745 Iw
WHim PASTOR ISKN1IERO wlrd
urn SONNTAO. tlcn 28 Decem
ber, Voimlitugs II uhrelnen Duitt'chen
Ontteidloiidt Iu der "V. M. C. A. Hall
nbli.tlteu. 744 3t
DKLARMA FURRY hn re-
HUinod nraetlce at Dr. Iliodte's
ollli'c, No 81 IJcretunla street. "12 lw
NY poison or perSOfis
r lug on the lands c
and Koiihi, will be Dioseeuted to the
full exteut of the law
7-17 Hu MubO. P. WARD.
TVT OT1UK ts hereby given that Leong
li Nlnir, of the linn of Tal Wo Chan
. o., No. 38 Nuuiinu Avenue, has sold
all his infeii'st In the aforefald linn on
tho lsth day of December. All out
standing debts of tho aforesaid firm will
be Rcttlod by T. Q, Y. Alal, Jr., com
mencing from December ICtli.
737 2w TAl WO CHAN CO.
IS lieieby given that G. Ako.of Maka
pala, Kohala, Hawaii, has sold all
hU Interest In tho thin of Toug Wo Co.;
also, tho afoiesaid lands, store und
meiebaudlso to L. Ahl, of Kohala,
Hawaii, thu l'Jth day of November,
180. Ml outstanding debts will be
settled by L. Ahl.
742 Gt G. AKO.
Jlr Cowcs, Ho
tel sticct, a Drab
Bull Pup. A suitable le
ward.will bo paid by re
tulnlng the same to
Mr. CO WES,
08 Hotel street.
'I lie Enterprise Hack Os-
v y-i- movi
AS been re-organ-
Ized and has re-
movedyto Carriage Stand
No. i:i, opposite the Pollen Station.
Telephone orders will receive prompt
attention and the public guaranteed
satisfaction. Witguettc furnished at a
few minutes' notice
t-Boll Tel. 113; Mutual Tel G30.
WALLACE .1 CKSON,
7411 lrn . Manager.
"VJ O. 4 Ad mis Lane, 1 Large
1 Front Room, furnished.
Apply at premise-,. 738 tf
its Arl H AT Tract of Land sltuat
$y&3 ' ,,tl ilt Palolo Valley, and
fe'iJalai Con-is ing of 170 acres, more
or less, until n-eently under lease to the
late Phillip Milton, and belonging to
the estate of Cha. Long, deceased. A
lease for a term of years will be given,
as well as immediate possession if de
sired. The laud is substantially fenced.
For partlc bus, apply to '
F. A. SCHAEIER,
Or J. F. Colburn.
' Honolulu, Dec. !). 18SI0. 731 2w
DAIRY FOR SALE !
rfllE subscriber being
I ' about to leave the
Kingdom temporarily, of-
feis for Mile his well-estab
lished Dairy, situated "ut Kruilpii, In
Marina Vallev, four miles from Hono
lulu Post Ollice, ami now doing a busi
ness of six hundred dollais per month.
The Dairy outllt includes Land iu fee
simple, whereon the buildings stand,
witli vatuanio leases or mo remaining
lands', about 100 Cows and Heifers of
well-selected stock, 2 Durham Bulls,
Dwelling House and Outbuilding, In
cluding barn room for G2 cows and
stalls tor 7 horses: Horses, Wagons,
Cans and all the appointments of p.
Ilrst-clabs Dairy. Should the subset iber
bo unable to make a satisfactory sale of
the Dairy as a whole, he will sell the
t invs Horses and other chattels sep
arate y. An inspection is Invited. Ap
ply on the piemises to
A. A. AXUK IAU,
Or, O. W. Ash ford, uttorney-at-law,
Houolulu. 743 2w
For Hongkong Direct.
The Al Hti-uiuhlilli
S. S. "AMICO,"
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
port on or about
December 31, 1890.
fjST For particulars regarding
freight and pust-uge, apply to
Wm G IRWIN & Co.. L'd
744 td Agents.
For Yokoliama & Houkon
Ths Facing Mull S, S,
mil fur the ubuve
(Wl'oi ficlgblr 1'iiiioj; itiy Id
H, HAOKPEUf) & 00.,
NEW YEAR'S CHEER !
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
wine & Spirit
N. B. My store will be open on
O. LODW1G MEYER,
House and Decorative Painter.
Paper Hunting: a Specialty.
130 IToxt St.,
CORNER HOTEL &
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9 Vol U II B Bl iHI
CHRISTMAS EVE !
Hand-pamted Sachets and Tidies,
Plush Dressing Case & Shaving1 Sets,
S. EL1RLJCH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Elegant Leather & Plush Albums,
Card Cases, Jewel Cases, Purses,
Xmos Cards, in great variety ;
Celluloid Cards, Uund-painted Plaques,
Photo View Alburns, Etc., Etc.
Mele Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
Thos. W. Knox Celebrated Books of Travel,
New & Novel DIME BANKS,
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's Gold, Silver ft Pearl Penholders,
PENCILS, TOOTHPICKS, ETC., ETC.
Diaries for 1891 !
NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 1891,
LADIES' CHATELA1N & HAND BAGS,
Music Stands, Music Roils, Etc., Etc.
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