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DAM) RAILWAY & LAUD CO.'S
Th T lo liffeet Oi'tnlier as, imto
A.M. P.M. TM.
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filg $ Hi Iff in
MONDAY', DEC. 2D, 1890.
Sclir Miirv fiom Uaiialul
Stmr .Miknhnln from Kauai
Stmr I, hint fiom Hawaii
Stmr liiiHllni' from Maul
Schr Ku Moi fr in I'numlu
Schr Kiitwiilmii from oolnu
Sehr Hie orris from Koolau
.Sehr Wutmnlii for Maul
diiiii' J is Mukec for K pan tit 4 p m
Stinr mil a for Kauai at 4 p in
Sclir Moi uuliluefur Knholnlcle
Sclir ICuliuiinnu for Koluila
Stmr Kllauoa 11 on for Paauhnu
Stinr J A Cummins for Wnhnnnalo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
4-mnstcd sclir Robcit Lowers, Penhal-
low. for Sun Francisco
Stun- ICinnu for Alaui and Hawaii at
2 p m
Stmr Miknhnla for Kaunl at 5 p m
Stinr Oluudlnc for Maui at 5 p in
htuir Wahilcalo for Knuui at 5 p m
Sclir Mary for Hannlel
Schr Mille Mo, lis for Koolau
CARCOES FROM liLAND TORTS.
Stmr Clnudlne 7007 sks sugar, 100 Hks
spud-". 50 sks cnii and 125 pkgs
Stmr MlUaliala 452G bg sugar, CO bgs
lice. 32 pkgs pia a' d 2 horses.
Schr Mary 4(f(i bgs sugar and 80 bar
Schr iva Moi 1004 bgs sugar.
Schr Mile Morris 200 bgs' rice.
Sohr Kiuvallaiii 8U0 bags rlco
Stiur Lcluia 1G0O bs sugar aud 41 head
From Maul per stmr Claudtno. Dec
28 A Hans, Luu Kni, MrsKlna, WO
Parke, L von Toinpky and 29 deck.
Fiom Kauai per stinr Milsahala, Deo
28 Kev (1 Isenberg, Miss E White, G
Giau, Mrs Akin i, r K lilshup, W A
Hardy, O Scholtz, wife nnd family, F
W bates, V nillng. f Taylor, E It
Smith, Mis M J Ron ell, Mr "Noitinevor
And 4,) duck
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Girvau, Augu, fiom Liverpool
Bk i akt'fleld. Uowes, from New York
4-mstcl sclir Kohl Levers, Peuhallow,
from Poit Towusend
Ship Guai diau, Muden, from Port
4-masted schr Olga, Rodin, from San
Bk DUo.ivery, McNeil, from San Fran-
Am a-uiasted schooner Veta, Frldberg,
from Pugot Sound
Am bktne W U Dhnond, Drew, from
Bktno m G Wilder, Griffiths, from San
FORElliN VE&SELS EXPECTED,.
Bk Flfcshlre, Jno Reid, f roii Liverpool.
sailed ept 28, duo Feb 15-28, 1891
Bit Ceylnn from beparture Bay
BU Ooryphene from Aanalmo
H B M tlash,p Warspitu from British
Br bk Charlotte, Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, duo Jan 15-31,
Gr bk Santingo from New York, sailed
Sept 20, due 1-eb 20-28
Am bk Hesper from .Newcastle, NSW
Nor bk Vlvax from New York, bulled
Oct 15, duo Mar 15-31, 1891
S b Furullou, S lionltield. from San
Fruncisco and San Diego
TJk C O Wbltmore, Wird, fiom New
castle, due Jan 15, 1891
Am bktno V N Cbaso, Johnson, faom
San Francisco, due Dec 2(ith.
Am bk Klectra, Anderson, fiom San
Fruncisco, due Dec 28th
Am bk O D Itrynnt, Jacobsun, from San
Francisco, due Deo 27th.
S S Zealiudia. OteieuiJorp, from tho
Colonic.-, due .Ian 10th.
Ship J U Porter, from Departnie Bay,
Am schr J U I-ord, from .-an" Francisco
Via Mahukoua, due Dec 25th.
Ambgt e Luillue for llilo fiom an
Finncinco, due Deo 20th. "
Am ok F S Thompson, for Kahulul
from Nauaimo, due Jan 1ft.
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San
Fiancisco, duo Jan 9th.
Am schr Vine Burnt1, from San Fran
cisco btif nil iriilcS.
Tho falling of tho schooner Mary E
Foster Iiub beeu postponed till Wednes
day. Tho 4-mnsted schooner Robert Low
ers received another shipment of sugar
this morning, this time from the stmr
The bark Forest Queen and the
schooner Mury Dodge uuio still unload
ing ut Kahulul when tae steamer Clnu
dlne left Saturday.
The Am barkeiitlno Lurllne arrived at
Hllo on the 21st, 17 days from Sau Fran
cisco, Tho baik FS Thompson bud not ar
rived at Kahulul when tho Cluudliie left
The steamer Iwa'anl will sill for Ln
biituaaud lluiiukim ut 10 u.m, Wednes
day, The U-iiiiisted Rchooner Alcalde Is
now lying lu the fctieaiu uwultitig or
duiH to proceed for Kahulul to load
'I ho schooner Ku Moi Is transferring
her loud of sugar to thu bulk Olivuti.
-jno DiiiKoutiiie D) -covin- u now
do.kedut thoi' vi 8 8 wiiurf
The i limn ut 2 p in, luiidlno, Mlku
luilii and Wtilulealu nt 5 p in, iwo tho
Steiiiiicis thu! will tiiill for their icspeet
liu miiiK lo-inoiiiiw, '
Tho Meuiner Li linn nnd Ihu fuhooner
Jlmy miu iruiitileiiliig ilielr cugouiof
fc'igiir on tint Imili Wukillelil.
t ,.,....,,, ,,,,.,. iut
0UIM)'IIU0IIJ;s-U hi, Amlrcw'i
I'ull.i'ililil, iiniliiy, Driiiiiiliiiaili,
Aljilicw lilllhlin Alh'V llllglii',
CUIITlH'fUIOJil 111' h- M H-plililllfV
of Mi.ll.i' Mittin, llilo. .mni ,
hy ljiv. , V Mfci-r. Mr. t. U.
yjflj wl ruimlkuii In WUi Aly
D llKL Atihe reMdiac of her tin
lent, lu IIiIk city, on diilurduy, Deo
27. Mrs. Abblu iiiibl. wlienf t apt,
It Dnunl. muster tif llic Imtk W 11
Godiiey, nml eldest duighter of
dipt, .loliu HurrUun ot this city.
LOCAL &QENLRAL NEWS.
von Tompsky of Maul
StONB j( u storm uru in tho air this
Ciiikf Justice Judd presides nt
Supremo Court Uhunibuis this wntk,
Dr. Bhodie, who has been, absent
for u mouth, will resume practice to
morrow. A nuNAWAY dump curt niado a
sensation on lucuu aud l'uuchbowl
Mn. T. K. Evans, Superintendent
n( the Lopcr Sutlluinuut, Molokai, is
at tho iluwaiiau iiolul.
Fivk moio sirout lamps limn wore
over lieioio liuhtod in tho electro
sjHtciii weio burning Saturday night.
A Chinaman com milled at ilium,
Miui, lor it nil fur liuuse-bri-uking,
WU8 biought to lowu by tho Ctaudme.
The baud will iicifoiui at Emma
Square this evening. 1 lu; naiut on
the uouts should bo dry by this time.
Mn. Jas. F. Morgan will soil a de
sirable lot of household furniture
next Wednesday morning at 10
Mr. William Foster has been re
coininisbioned District and Police
Justice of Honolulu for the term of
Notice is given elsewhere that all
claims against the baik Girvun must
be pieueuted to Theo. M. Davies &
Co. on or before the 30th instunt.
The Bchoonor llobert Lowers will
sail for San Francisco to-morrow at
10 o'clock, and a ninil by her will
close at tho Post Office at 9 o'clock.
By order of Mr. L. B. Kerr, as
signee, Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will sell
on next Wednesday a lot of cottons,
ready-made clothing and tailor's
Hon. John Bush was arrested
to-day for libel, at the instance of
Hon. J. L Kaulukou. Mr. Bueh in
his paper, Kit Leo, culled Mr. Kaulu
kou a "black sheep" with variations,
the alleged offense being committed
in three separate articles. The de
fendant was released on bail in the
nominal tum of $100, his surety
being Mr. O. W. Ashford.
A eon of Capt. Crane was hurl on
SiUuiduy by tho explosion of a bomb,
while playing with a young com
panion. His face was discolored and
one of his hands badly scurrett, but
iho injuiies will nut leave permanent
effects. The lads pulled the fu:-e out
Of the bomb and lit it directly with
a in a teh, to iee if they could jump
out of the way before tho explosion.
The second term of Ouhu College
and Punahou Preparatory School,
one of thu very best institutions in
the Kingdom, will formally open on
Monday, January 12, 1891. For
course of study and other informa
tion reference is made to an adver
tisement in another column. The
bchool is now under the management
of Prof. F. A. Hosmer, and is in a
most fiouiishing condition.
ADVACE IN THE PRICE OF ICE.
The new ice corporation, formed
by the consolidation of the People's
and Union ice companies, gives no
tice in another column of a new sche
dule of prices, which will go into ef
fect on and after January 1, 1891.
While the advance in prices can
hardly be assumed to have been ex
pected, after all that has been pro
mised and said as to tho feasibility
of making ice at a profit at the old
price, yet it can hardly-bo said to be
a surprise. Many, especially con
sumers, will await the result, if there
is any, with curiosity.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a public concert at Emma
Square this evening commencing at
7 :80 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: PAHT I.
March Petersburg Kappey
Overture Nabucco Verdi
Cavattna- Pirate Bellini
Selection Mnrtha Flotow
Miklol. Puu Ohulu. Uu hlkl no me au.
Medley Reverlo Beyer
Waltz Vienna Chronicle Srauss
Quadrille Tullapata ii Offenbach
Galop Acrobats .Zokoff
Mokdat, Deo, 29
BEFORE UICKEUTON, J,
In re bankruptcy of Apann. Pour
claims are proved amounting to
$2694.40, and J K. Hucltfeli! U up
pointed MSBlguuo under 82000.
MowmVi Deo, 20,
Mr, W, h, Wilcox, DUtrlul Jua-
tlce, presided this morning,
There were six forfeitures of 80
bull anil thirteen lines for drunken.
Win. Pftly plumed giillly tp Jor
ccny of a locket, WHtfll nnd tvntcli
olmln," end vus reliiundud ( to.
KohIioiiiiI, timull, lined ffj,G,
Two iitttlyun fpiuud bull of 80
muli uin a coinimnloi) Hun jliii'jl
fil 10, for iJIhu'Wdk nult'A ft Ui
night wly rJJiiMlsy imoijiIjiu J
liuiiaw pi) Aluta'K Hiw4,
AN OPIUM FRAUD.
h'lrty Opium 'linn Prnvplobn I'lllnl
1 III! 11)1,
Shoitly after Ofllcors It'llnnn
nnd linker tnndo their suppose!
opium cnptiiro of fifty tins on
Christinas Evo, one of tho tins w.is
opened nnd found to contain pot.
Other tlni alnco opened wore found
to hold '.ho same innocuous sub
Htancc in n state of decay.
The police authorities noticed n
difference in tho labels from those
on genuine opium tins, beside
which the tins had nn ancient nil
about them. Their theory is that
tho pol was put up to work a swin
dle on n fresh Chinmunn, or else to
create a false suspicion against the
authorities themselves. They claim
to lmvo detected the bogus appear
ance of the tins on sight.
The Chinaman who was nrrcstcd
with tho stuff of course swears to
his own lamblike innocence, lie
was directed to a shop on School
street by an informer, and was tak
ing the supposed opium owny to
surrender to the police, when the
two o tile era pounced upon him. He
is at nil events nil right so far as the
opium law is concerned, because he
luul no opium in possession beyond
the name of the drug on the Inheh.
Where the name of the San Fran
cisco importing linn is usually put
in with u rubber stamp, in these
labels it was printed with the rest of
the matter at tho original impres
sion. THE TAVERkIER MONUMENT.
Prorerillncn .if tlio Itolnuil.'ii Club
lu Itulntlou to the JU-iiiorfnI.
When the officers of the Bohe
mian Club of San Francisco receiv
ed the notice of the death nt Hono
lulu of Jules Tavernier it was
thought that something more than
the usual announcement of such nn
event was due to an old member and
All of his works in the possession
of the club were brought together
and placed at the southern end of
the large parlor. They were ar
ranged by bis brother artUls so as
to give, the best effect, and diesscd
with mourning wreaths and drapery.
On a small frame in front was placed
the letter of Mr. Joseph Strong in
forming the club of his death. The
memoiiul remained for three weeks
and was seen by many others than
the members of the association.
Some months ago it was proposed
to place a stonv, sent from his
adopted home, above his srave in
the distant land where he died, nnd
a subscription paper was laid upon
the table in the pat lor. By the1 last
voyage of the Con-uelo the monu
ment arrived in Honolulu, having
been sent by Messrs. Spreckels Bros,
without charge, and by the consider
ate courtesy of the Minister of Fi
nance the duties were i emitted. A
wide and dep foundation of con
trete was built by Mr. John Bowler,
who on the 17th inst. lifted the
monument and set it over the grave.
The monument is three feet
square, eight feet to the base of the
pyramid, and ten feet in total
The wife of Capt. Dabel, of the
Hawaiian bark W. B. Godfrey, died
Saturday evening after a very short
illness. She was out driving the
previous day, being taken with con
vulsions that evening. Dr. McKib
bin attended her, catling Drs. Miner
and Furry in consultation, but with
out avail. The dead lady was
daughter of Capt. Harrison and was
married about a year ago. Her
husband's vessel was just enteiing
San Francisco when last mail. left.
The funeral took place from the
residence of Mrs. Dabel's parents
Sunday afternoon, Dr. Beckwith,
pastor of Central Union Church,
conducting services. As the W. B.
Godfrey has been sold, it is expect
ed that Capt. Dabel will return
home by next steamer.
WHO 0NS THEM?
The S. F. Altu of thu 18th in
stant says: "The C. D. Bryant,
which will probably clear to-day for
Honolulu, has aboard a deckloud of
hogs and horses, and if the former
keep up the squealing they indulged
in yesterday throughout the passage
the crew will have a lively lime.
All yesterday carpenters were en
gaged in building a covering from
bulwark to bulwmk and from cabin
to forecastle, to pi event big sen9
from coming aboard and smothering
OK A BliCllET V11SBICN.
Panama, December loth.Thc
Telegram of Colon says; The United
States cruiser Enterprise has left
here for Boons del Toro on important
buslneis. United States Consul
Sims look passage on her, but up to
thu present wo uro not at liberty to
btato thu cause of his having sud
denly abandoned his trip 'to New
Front uinliifirr llililiitn,ii Ifguiilur
Frviulit 'Irwin will Mw Honolulu fur
ilonmiliull mul wity Hlutluii, IJvmiv
pAV (exueUiui; Huiulu)), ul )U
o'clock A, M,
gW Jhnwdler no J'Mglit nlll ln
nnuiynd fur !i!uiuii! by Pmirnw
Twill, iijfponi by iiyuuJ ujmhiju.
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ITiPrra ire III
US. M19, ,'.;L.rH'""""r J.-1 "Wf."CllJr
To bo held on their Range, at Ka
hauiki, King street,
Oa THURSDAY, Jan. 1, 1891,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERN.OU DOMINIS CUP.
"Valued at 8100. for the highest aggre
gate score In matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become the i.ropertv of the marks
man vthiuiuii it three tilues at the regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July 5, 1880, by J. Brodle, M. D.
Won .lunuary 1, 1887, by Wni. Unger.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G.Rothwell.
Won Jauuary2,1888,byO.B Wilson.
Won iuly 4, 1888, by F. Hustace.
N on January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1889, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by O. B. Wilson.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
Cup preiented by J. BrodU,
2nd prize Gold Pin presented by
M s. 0. II. Nicholl.
'ondlttons of tho match : Open to all
members of the Ass elation. 1st and
2nd prizes to become the property of the
marksmen winning them three times at
the regular meetings ot the II. R. A.
distiice. 200 yards; i omuls, 10; any
military i Ille under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 91.
Wou Jan. 1, 1890, by J. H. Fisher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at $100; nho, n second prize
of 95; thhd prize, 32.50. Loudltlous:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
p. lty of the mniksinau whining it three
times t the lvguuir meeting of the u.
H. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at COO
yaid mimes: any military rifle under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, $1.
Won July 5, 88G. by J. Urodle, M.D.
Won anuary i, 1887, by W C. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 88. bv W. C. King.
Wou Julv 4 1888, by e . Hustace.
Wou i anuary 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 18S9, by J. G. Rothwell.
Wou Jan. 1, lb90, by C. B. Wilson.
III. H. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 8150. Competitors limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highest aggregate score
at 200 and C00 yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military rillu uuder the
rules; to become tho property ot the
marksman winning it three times at
regular meetings of theH.lt. A. En
trance fee, $1.
Won July 4, 1869, by W. E. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by F. Hustace.
IV. MID - BANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until his score Is beaten
at any regular meeting of the II. R. A.
Limited to member of the Association;
10 rounds at 500 and COO yards. En
trance fee, $1.
Wou July 4, 1888, by J. G. Rothwell.
Wou January 20, 1889, by Lieut.
Ashe, H.B M. S. Hyacinth
Won July 4, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Picsentedby Hon J. A. Cummins;
2nd prize 62.50 To(,bo shot for at 200
and 500 yards. 10 shots at each dis
tance. Open to members who have
never won u first class prize. To be
come tho property of the marksman
winning It thiee times. Entrance fee,
on January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
U on July 4, 1889, by O. Hustace, Jr.
Won Jau. 1, 1890, by II. W. Peck.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Presented by tho Board of Directors
of 1891. Open only to members of the
II. R. A., who have never made a re
cord of over 75 per cent, in any regular
competition; to become tho piopcrty of
tho markxinan willing it three tlinus.
Dlhtauce, 200 yds; rounds 10; Mllltury
ritle; limited to ono cutty to each com
petitor. Entrance fee. 81.
VII. POOL TARGET. (8 inch
200 yards. Open to all comers. Any
rifle. Unlimited cnti-lcf. No hair or set
triggers or telescopic slglus allowed.
Tickets, CO cents each; entitling holler
to life 5 shots ut this target. 76 percent
of total receipts in this mutch to be
uwuided pro rata to total number of
V1I1. PISTOL P.OOL TAItGET.
(8 inch bulls-eyo),
f0 yards. Open to all comers. All
pUtols or rovulvei not less than 33
uu. Ibio ullnwed Tickets, 60 cents
nueh; entitling holdern lu lire 6 shots nt
this tuigi-t, lb peieont of total receipts
lu this iimtch to ho n aided pro rata to
total number of biths-oyes,
IX. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Pome very valuubln puzen, nml a
piln for uyeiybody, Any rlllw; 10
lounds; distance, 200 yard, No bur or
ml lilggeis ur lelehconlu flghU allowed,
hntilc unlimited, Lnti unco fee, 91.
All niuinbe.1 of tho Association who
have iimiIu over hQ per eciil. ut any gen.
end meeting of the , R, A, will wot ho
lllllHH'll tO I'OllllllilU,
Nuunlrliw wj hu jnmlu before Dm
day of ihu imuih, and puuon v III
iluml according 10 liu dumber on their
(QiuuijMua mi Qlljiuiut1 l'thcii
J, II, DQl'KII.
1 A9 been rc-orgfln
liwl nnd hn re
moved to Cart Ingu Stand
No. 13, opposite tho l'ollco Stnllon.
Telephone orders will receive irmnpt
flttcutlou nnd tho public guaranteed
pntlsfnctloii. Wagonettes furnished at a
few 1111110' notice.
C3T Boll Tel. 118t MntunlTcl 030.
"41 lm Mnn.igcr.
t 7l. DKLARMA FURUY hn re-
1 pinned pruetlcc nt Dr. Brodle's
oftlce, No. 81 BereUnln street.
I; ROM this dnte Mr. Win. Llshman
will sign our tlrtn name by pro
curation. G W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 2i, 1660. 710 U
LL accounts duo to me tbrco
mouths must b psid within 30
days or they will be handed to a col
lector. FRANK GE11TZ.
Honolulu, Dec. 2C, 1SD0. 74C lw
ANY person or persous found shoot
ing on the lands of Kukuluaco
and Koula. will be prosecuted to the
full exteut of the law.
737 lm Mns O. P. WARD.
OH AS. T. GULICK will net for me
uuder full power of attorney dur
ing my temporary absence from the
Kingdom. J. E. BROWN.
Honolulu, Dec 20, 1890.
740 3t-173 It
XIOTICE Is hereby given that Ah
JLT Young of Ilouolutu, has this day
purchased from Ng Ah On all his in
terest lu tho general merchandise store,
situated on Llliha street, Honolulu,
Island of Oabu; the said Ah Young
will not b responsible for any bills
against Ng Ah On from tills date,
Honolulu, Dec. 19, 1890. 740 3t
NOTICE Is hereby given that Leong
NIng, of the firm of Tal Wo Chan
Co., No. 38 Nuuanu Avenue, has sold
nil his inteiest in the nforesuld firm on
th" 15th day of December. All out
standing debts of the aforesaid firm will
be settled by T. Q, Y. Ala!, Jr., com
mencing from December lGth.
787 2w TAI WO CHAN CO.
IS hereby given that G. Ako, of Maka
pala, Kolmla, Hawaii, has sold all
hh interest in the linn of Tonir Wo Co.:
also, the aforesaid lands, store and
muichaudlse to L. Ahi, of Kolmla,
Hawaii, the 19th day of November,
18"H). "All outstanding debts will be
settled byL. Ahl.
742 6t O. AKO.
HAVING been appointed Assignee
In the estate of J. Haole, of Wal
luku, Maui, all persons having claims
against this estate are requested to pre
sent same Immediately, aud all persona
indebted to the estate are requested to
make their payments forthwith.
R. L. AUERBAOH,
Assignee, at tho office of L. B. Kerr,
Honolulu. 745 30t
A LL accounts overdue
and ot six
IX months' standhi
iig, If not settled
1 in the hands of a
at once, will be placed
collector for collection
We will consider It a special favor In
our friends to settle promptly on ttio
1st of Jmiuary, 1801.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
Honolulu, Dee. 20, 1890, 745 5t
For Hongkong Direct,
ThP A I W(tinmiblp
S, 8. AMIOO,"
Will hiivn Joiio)i)lu for Hid uhovu
iorl wn or uhuiji
Pepnnlier 3h loo,
far I'd jmrlluiiJufi m$m
IWglll and Jiuifflpp, fljljij)' IB
Wiu.P IRWIW ft S9. rdv
NEW YEAR'S CHEER !
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
WINE & SPIRIT
N. B. My store will be open on
O. LODWIG MEYER,
House and Decorative Painter.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
130 Bit St.,
CORNER HOTEL &
CHRISTMAS EVE !
rH?OY!?! and DOLLS,
Hand-pamted Sachets and Tidies,
Plush Stressing Case & Shaving- Sets,
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Strewtn.
Card Cases, Jewel Cases, Purses,
Xinas Cards, in great variety;
Celluloid Cards, Huud-painled Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc., Et
Mele Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
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