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TUESDAY, DEC. 30, 1890.
Schr okiiola from Ewa
Schr Sarah & Eliza fioni Koolau
Stmr Mokolll from Molokat
Stmr Hawaii from llamakua
Scl.r Llhollho from Kauai
Am bk V W Case, Whalrnan, 18 days
from San Francisco
Am bk Albeit, Wind ug from Mexico
Ucc 20 -Scbr
Luka for Koliala
Dec 30 -SttnrMokolil
ShlpGuaidian, Muden, for Puget Sound
4-innstcd schr Kobeit Lowers, Penhal-
low. for San Francisco
Stmr Kinau for Maul and Ilawall at
2 k m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Olaudlno for Maul at 5 p in
Stmr Waialcalc for Kauai at 6 p m
Schr Mary for llanalel
Schr Mllle Monis for Koolan
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr lwolani for Luhulna and Hama-
kua at 10 a m
Schr -'ary E Foster for Kauai at 12 m
Brit bk Glrvan, Angus, for San Fran
cisco CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mokolil 839 bagssugar.110 sheep,
10 hogs, 78 pkgs goatskins, 7 pkgs
hides and 3 tons pkgs sundries.
Schr Mirah & Eliza 134 bags rice and
80 bags paddy.
Schr Mokuola 225 bags rlco and 30 baga
Schr Liholiho -ISOObags sugar.
Stmr Hawaii 2520 bags sugar and 70
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
Dec 30 -For the Volcano: Dr Haynes
and jilrs Hartlie. For windward ports:
Mis Baker- Lata Rev S L Desha, Miss
White. Mrs M Blown. Hon J Nawahi
and wife, Miss Thompson, Master Rees
and muse, Miss Barnard, J Rubenstein,
Armstrong hmith, P 6 Taylor, Tai Lung,
G Ako, wife and child, Mrs Reed, O
Shipmau, L A Thurston, Geo Howard,
Miss Holmefa, .Ats Nowlein and 40 deck
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Glrvan, Angus, from Liverpool
Bk Wakefield, Howes, from New York
4-mstd schr Robt Lowers, Penhallow,
from Port Townscnd
4-mastcd schr Olga, Rodin, from Sou
Bk Discovery, McNeil, from San Fran
cisco Am 3-masted schooner Vesta, Frldberg.
from Puget Sound
Am bktne W H Dimond, Drew, from
Bktne S G Wilder, Griffiths, from San
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Flfeshlro, JnoReld, from Liverpool,
sailed cpt 28, due Feb 15-28, 1891
Bk Ceylon from Departure Bay
BL Corypbeue from Nauaimo
II B M i'lagshlp Warspitc fioui British
Br bk Charlotte, Bohudorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sepr 2, duo Jau 15-31,
Gr bk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, duo Feb 20-28
Am bk Hespcr from Newcastle, NSW
Norbk Vlvax fiom New York, Bulled
Oct 15, duo iMar 15-31, 1891
8 a Farallou, S Iloullleltl. from San
Finuclsco and San Diego
Bk O O Whitmore, Ward, from New
castle, due Jau 15, 1891
,Am lik Klectra, Anderson, from San
Fruncisco, duu Dec 28th
Am bk O D uryaut, Jacobsun, from San
Francisco, duo Deo 27th.
S 8 Zealaudla, Otoicndorp, from tho
Colonics, due Jan 10th.
Ship J U Porter, from Departuro Bay.
Am Bclir J C Kord, from Mm Francisco
via Mahukoua, due Dec 25th.
Am lik F S Thompson, for U ah ill u I
from Nauaimo, due Jan Uf.
'S S Australia, Houdlcttu, from San
Finuclsco, duo .Inn Dili
Am bclir Vine, Burns', fiom San Frau-
Tlio Htpiimur Mokplji which 111 lived
daily tl.U morning from Molokal brings
16 deck piinKingoiH and 11 heavy load be
MiIch. blm stills again ill ft p in this cvc.
The biuk I.u I nullum- U now docked
ill thu old Custom lioiuu whurf, mid ih
niiditi going ti ueiiural rupiililng.
Tlio ichuouuiH riiir. Ii ,v KlUu mid Ku-
Wlllllllll Will Hill IU-lluCJi(ll'UtlVUpi)IIH
Thu khlp (Jiiiiidhiu oilud lor Puget
Hound In ImIIuhI 1I1U inoiiiliig,
Thu ii-i.iutird uimoiiur Vi'tlu It
'IJ111 ivuiiitr liulmlloa lm Ikoii low.
1 ml from tlio Mu.Ihh Hallway. Hint 10
(liwd u iiiiiv piDpulUr Ih.ii h guiieial
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Tlio bl UIIHT IWIllllll tOW I'll lliuihlp
HiMiilluii nut i'l pml thl niniiiliig.
Thu imikciilliii'lH luiwiy HTi'UmlhiT
llul liifiulhiU'i.l of ItxKJlmuMif fiiuui'
Hum Him uiiooin-i MhiilihiiimniiiiriiliiK.
'Ihi'ili'Miiit'i U JIMI'li"!' l 'I"!' I"'")
in Hj"ifi 'uiih"HHiit inuiiilnj:.
iiu uui rt ,, m v iimi, v.iiu ,v iiniinnii, j
arrived hum morning irom -an i-rnn-rlsco,
tnnkliig tlio paago In 1" d-iy.
She loM tin tlio 12lli. Uxportenecd light
and vnrlnblo wind nil tlio way down.
Mio lias n deck load of liiinlicr and n
CIIWII COIl'IsllllR of tlir IfiilluuliiKt 200(1
ks Inan, 51 ctl burlcy, URcttcorn, 122.
bleu I. ay, 1000 c kcroct.o, 100 bids llmu,
200 k ml Idlings, 10 ka mlllstuffx, 12H
ctU oatH, 21,5:12 lbs rolled lnrloy, 200
tons sand and f0 ctls ulicat. Vnluc,
87B"a. Hbo wnn towed Into port by tno
Tliu Am 4-innstcd oclioiincr Hubert
Lcwirs, Cnplaln l'cnl.iillow, sailed for
Han Francisco tl.U tittornoon, tnklnj; 23,
17d bags sugar fiom tlio following ship
pers) Messrs II llnckfeld & Uo, 17,135
bugs sugar; (J llolte, 'M'M bags sugar;
M .s Qilubaum & Co, 2220 bags sugar.
Doraottlc value, 9121,902.03.
The Br bark Qlrran, Cnpt Angus, will
sail for nu Francisco to-mor.owiuondng
with a cargo of sugar valued at 8170,032
o:i. Tlio following wero the shippers:
O Drawer & Co. 5702 bags sugar: FA
.Sclitiufcr .V To, 0710 bags; Tbeo 11 Da--Ics&t'o,
20.117 bugs sugar; t?atlo &
Cooke. 4800 bags sugar.
LOCAL & GEHnRAL NEWS.
A hand siitchot has boon lost.
Tiik Kcgcnt will
not hold n Now
Tuk thrutitoncd Btorni bus not uomo,
but (till IhrcutciiH.
Danoi: at Brito Hall by th Lei
lohua Oltib this evening.
"Mkskub. T. H. Dimes &, Co. liavo
received wheat hay by the W.W.Caso
A 6rKCiAL meeting of tlio Onhu
Railway and Land Co. will bo held at
11 o'clock to-moirow.
The -popular Wich.uan Watch
Club hold another drawing yostorduy.
The lucky numbers aro specified else
where. The O. R. & L. Co. will run trains
at excursion raos on Now Year's
Day. Particulars will bo given to
morrow. The annual meeting of momborsof
the Sailors' Homo Society will bo hold
in the Chamber of Commerce room
to-morrow at 10 o'clock.
Notice is given tho mc.nbors of
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P. that tho
meeting for tho election of officers is
postponed to Saturday evening, Janu
ary 3, 1891, at 7 o'clock.
MYbTic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. will
hold a special mooting to-morrow
evening at 7:30 p. m. for the election
of officers and tho transaction ol other
business. Tho Lodge will not hold a
convention on Wednesday ovenHir.
The bark Albert from San Brazilio,
Gulf of California, is outBide. She is
commanded by Capt. J.C.M. Winding,
formerly of tho bark Forest Queen.
Tho Albert is suid to be the finest
looking vessel ever built by Hall Bros,
Thekb will be a Salvation Cyclone
meeting, Dec. 31st, at Queen Emma
Hall, commencing at 7 :30 p. m., after
which there wil be a Watch Night
Meeting, to watch the Old Year out
and tho New Year in. Everybody is
invited to attend.
A BASEBALimatch will be played
at tho now Hawaiian Baseball grounds
on Now Year's day, between tho Ka
mchameha and Roads and Bridges
teams. Game will be called at 2:30
p. m., and an admittance fee of 25
cents will be charged.
The "Native Sons of Hawaii" will
give a ball to-morrow evening, New
Year's Eve, at Cummins' hall, rear of
the Opera House. A lanai of white
and red cloth has been erected in
front, and electricians are busy put
ting in electric lights.
On the calendar of the January
term of tho Supreme Court, opening
Monday, January 5, there aro seven
criminal cases for tho Hawaiian jury,
and sixteen for tho foreign jury; four
civil cases for tho Hawaiian jury, ten
for tho mixod jury, and nineteen for
tho foreign jury; five banco and four
teen divorco cases. It will require
that an average of three and an
eighth cases a da bo heaid to clear
off tho docket.
COTTAGE AND STABLE.
The Board of Health has given the
contract for building a cottage and
stable, for use in the free scavenging
service about to be started, to II. F.
Bortolmann. The bids were as fol
lows: H. F. Bertelmann S 898
Peter High 909
Albert Trask 950
Wm. Kahlbaura 1025
Redward & Howell 1025
Fred. HarriBon 1027
Peter Davis ' 1070
Hop Lung Chong 1148
"Cheap Chinese lubor"' thus holds
itself the dearest in eight tenders.
Tuksuat, Deo. 30.
District Justice W. L. Wilcox
There were three (lues and two re
primands for drunkenness,
Tho case of John K. Hush, libel on
J. L, Kaulukou, was continued to
January (J, when 11 mom specific
charge will bo made,
Wm, Duly, lurcuny, was sentenced
to ulx months nt hard lubor mid to
pay a lino of 810 unci contu'81.
O, KeliiiHKlcr, usiault on Jih wife
In her own home, wn reprlinuii'led
V,, J,iizarii mill Murla Mlclmdo
pleaded 1,'iiilly to criminal Inter'
courtv, uml their vimo w continued
(ill Junuury ? in give them 11 clinneo
Mmiuul Ninie( fur miupplng a rn
vnlvur M DoiiUngi) Join, lm iiiicId by
imtrriugu, in Jnu' lumtu ul four
(i'ei)ol( In Dm inonilny, hi MMiteno.
11I o IiudI lubor tlilrly ilayn nod to
ff'l.M 1.-..I. It' w r ,.... lt,.1
Viill'Prrnrriilliiii Vovunriit In I'.njt
Itmil.-liirri'niti' of t'ernerilllnn l-
Londoii, Dcfcmlipr IO1I1. A meet
ing of influential persons wns liclil at
Guild Hall to-day to consider tlio
condition of Die Jews In Russia, niul
tnko action to secure some alleviation
of their distruas. The Lord .Mayor
presided. A teleurnin from tlio
Archbishop of Canterbury was icall,
in which he expressed the hope Hint
a resolution would be adopted thnl
would convoy to the Government of
Russia no earnest prayer for the im
mediate reconsideration of thu regu
lations affecting the Jews. The
Duke of Argylo sent 11 letter express
ini his syinpnthy. Tlio Duke of
Westminister moved the adoption of
a resolution declaring that the renew
ed sufferings of the Jews in K Bsia
from the operation of severe niul ex
ceptional edicts against them, and
disabilities placed upon them, an:
deeply deplored, and llmt in this last
decade of the nineteonth century re
ligious lihorty is 11 principle which
should be recognized by every Cluis
titui community as among the natural
human rights. The resolution was
adopted and n committee was ap
pointed to convey the views of the
meeting to the Czar.
St. Petersburg, December 10th
Tho Government will piohably pio
mulgatc a new aiiti-Jcvish law at the
beginning of the coming year. One
of the most important clauses forbids
the selling, leasing or mortgaging to
Jews of any real estate in atiy part
of the empire. Another clause pro
vides that the Jews shall be dispos
sessed of any real estate they may
hold. Jewish artisans are also to be
deprived of certain rights and aro to
be kept strictly within thu limits as
signed to tho Jewish population.
Repressive measures will be taken
against Jews infringing the new law,
as well as against Christians who
may be found abetting them.
NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. and
the Y. W. C. T. U. will hold a New
Year's reception in the parlors of the
Y. M. C. A., Thursday, Jan. 1, from
11 a. m. to 4 p. m. All gentlemen
are invited, especially young men
and strangers. Young men resident
here are especially urged to invite or
bring in any other young men, and
it is hoped that strangers will be free
to come and introduce themselves
without further invitation. Light re
freshments will be served.
On behalf of the societies. Mrs. J.
M. Whitney, Pros. W. C. T. U.
Miss May Atherton, Pres. Y. W. C.
Congress is asked for 815,000 for
an addition to the San Francisco Post
The House bill to authorize the
payment of a rebate on tobacco to
correct the omission in the Tariff
Act has passed the Senate.
Senator Hawloy has introduced a
bill to define the line of the United
States army and increase its. elli
ciency. It adds two artillery regi
ments and limits the number of en
listed men of all grades to 30,000.
Two bills are before Congress to
amend the immigration law. One is
by Owen and the other by the House
members of the joint committee on
immigration. According to the testi
mony of labor inspectors, 25 percent
of the immigration now coming into
the country is in violation of the
law. The committee bill prohibits
polygamous persons from entering
the country, and makes the tax on
aliens 81 instead of 50 cents as in
the Owen bill.
Charles G. Jefferson of Clinton,
Muss., an amateur, broke the lifting
record at Boston by lifting, with his
hands ulone, 157 lj pounds of iron.
The House committee has decided
not to introduced a river and harbor
appropriation bill this session.
Representative Taylor has intro
duced a bill largely reducing the duty
on tin plate and making the raw
Tho .Mount Cnrincl (Illinois)
Aeronautic Navigation Company havo
completed the first of their airships,
which will shortly start on a trial
trip fiom Mouut Cnrmcl to St. Louis.
From there it will sail up to Chicago
and then to New York. Half a dozen
newspaper correspondents will be
taken on the trip.
Secretary Rush reports an increase
in thu price of corn over last year of
77 percent. Tho average piece, 50. 1
cents per bushel is the highest De
cember price of the decado since
1881. Other funn products except
hay, that shows a dcolino owing to
increased product, have, gone up in
sympathy with corn.
Two steanieis tho middle of De
cember brought $5,000,000 in gold
from England to the United States.
Governor Shoup has sent the first
message to the lirst Statu Legislature
of duho. While rojoiuing in tho
declaration of Mormon Icadeis re
nouncing polygamy, the Governor
does not deoin it udvieo!)lo to muko
any modification nt preseTit of the
existing blnlulus against that body, ;
California raisins have been given '
black eye fu the New York market, '
ow Inglliu to inferior quality of (imnt.
tics of lute coiitflgnmuniM' and oilier '
The populutlmi of the United HtulrH I
nil lolii will reach fill.OllO.OUO. The !
Alunltu uuinl retimm ilii.uou in (hull
Tito WumU'iii Union Tt-'l'tfrili
Coiniii.ny Imvti ili'clured a utiuiiuily
illvlilt'iiil of J$ imrui'M. Tlio mi t
I'hiihium for ill" jiuirPM iiiiorUT liv
liein, tf.UUU.gO0. After Jiuyjijg (lie
inioiiM, ln felnluiyj fiuul uuil tJlvl
ilnml, nvt nmlo uf hJBy.uuo I.
HAWAIIAN RlFiE ASSOCIATION.
The tenth scud annual shoot of the
Hawaiian lllllit Association will lake
place 011 Thursday, Jnu. 1, 1891
(New Year's Day), nt the now
range, King street, Knhnuikl. Jittlg-
I log from tho piepatatlons being made
mid tliu interest taken by the mem
bers, tho prospects for a successful
meet arc beyond doubt. The vidua
bio prizes of the association, notably
the "Domtnis" cup, tho "Walnm
imlo" gotd medal, the "Hiodle" cup,
and the "Alden Fruit and Taro"
medal, will be eagerly contested, and
Home good scores will be looked for.
In addition to these also are the pool
targets which will be open all day
mid the popular citizens' match.
Our business men have responded
witli unusual liberality this year, as
the list of prizes will show.
For the convenience of members
and citizens intending lo shoot a free
bus will leave Fort and King streets
at 8 o'clock in the morning, and
afterward connect with the King
street curs ut the terminus at Pulauia
I hourly throughout the day.
I lie prizes for the citizens match
listed below utc now on exhibition at
E. O. Hall & Son's store:
T. II. Davics&Co., 1 vase.
W. G. Irwin & Co., bbl. sugar.
Hawaiinn Hardware Co., 1 "silver
II. W. Schmidt & Sous, 1 bust
W. C. Peacock & Co., dozen port
II. Conation & Co., 1 ease wine.
II. II. Williams & Co., 1 rattan
Lewis t Co., 1 ham.
Ludwigsou fc Cron, 1 51b box
Benson, Smith & Co., 1 dozen per
fumery. C. J. Fishel, 1 collar and cuff box.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., 1 pair
J. J. Williams, 1 dozen cab. pho
tos. King Bros., 1 volcano picture and
Castle & Cooke, 1 student lamp.
E. G. Sch u m an, 1 set harness.
Fashion Stables, 1 whip.
F. Gertz, 1 pair slippers.
II. E. Mclntyre, 1 bag potatoes.
Ega 1 & Gunn, 1 rug.
A. L. Smith, 1 glovo bor.
S. Roth, 1 pants pattern.
M. Goldberg, 1 toilet set.
M. Mclnerny, 1 case perfume.
W. E. Foster, 1 lap robe.
H. F. Wichrcan, 1 piece silver
ware. L. Kanacke, 1 cheese.
Pacific Hardware Co., 1 shield. '
M. Phillips & Co., 100 Havana
W. S. Luce, 1 gallon whiskey.
Wenner & Co.
Hollister & Co., 2 smokers' sets.
H. May & Co., 1 box tea.
H. J. Nolte, 1 box cigars.
E. O. Hall & Son, 1 cake basket.
Hawaiian News Co., 1 accordeon.
h. M. English will play
selections of music on the
Kawniahao Church on
afternoon, January 1, at
1. With Verdure Clad
(The Creation, Haydn).
2. (a) Preclude in G ,, , , .
3. Fugue in G J Mendelssohn.
4. I Know that My Redeemer Liveth
(The Messiah, IJaudel).
5. Wnr March of thePiiests
Attention, Knights I
SPECIAli convention of Mystic
Lodee No. 2 K. of P.. will be
held THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, Deo
30. 1890, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose
of electing officers for tho ensuing term,
and thu truusactiou of such other busi
ness us may com 1 before the conven
tion. No convention will be held Wed
4?er order ot tho Lodge
748 It K. of R. & S.
Rccoidlng current events of Church
History throughout the world. Events
In HawiUI'in History, Educational and
Literary Notes, Miscellaneous Notes of
Hciencc and Art and Useful Inhumation.
Published on the first Saturday In
every month by thu Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh. BUT Sold by the Hawaiian News Oo
Honolulu, 11. I. 751 lt-174 It
II l. XVlOil.M.A.N
Watch 6 Club
If yon nru thinking of joining 11 Club,
do nut delay, hut Join now and bccuiu
Mouiliiy afternoon, December lifllh, thu
following ilruw their Wutchcui
Ci.tni 1-MoiiiborNo, Ti
Ui,uii ; Sluinbur No, 01,
('Mill 3 Member No, 44,
Cl.un I Member No. CD,
Cum i Mmiibur No, ).
C,tm 0 -Member No, 10,
We Havo a Few Mors I'lioet Open
r Purlieu litliiu oulflilu uf ni0'
lillii di'Oiliig in I.iTii onu u( tho Cluln
mill make Ihelr myimiiU by mull,
1' 'llieni wutOii'n iiiu iiiii)i i pnllij
U Hum Hold, wllh line nil Jewelmi
Wiillhini MnveuiDiiu, him) hio wm
ruutDi) lb li uoi'iiriiiii inno pliH-en.
II. I'. WIUIIMANil'ioi).
J. A, WWllKTI', HMm H H
HiitorprlHO Until Co.
attis I 1 AH been rc-nrunn-
(fnrT? ' '"'' mid linn iv-W-WTg-
moved lo Carriage Stand
No. 1.1, opposite the Poller Htnllou.
Telephone order will receive prompt
attention nod the public guaranteed
rnttsfactlou. Wagonettes fuiulihcil at a
few 11111111108' notice.
B6"Bu1ITcl. 113; Mutual Tel CJH),
743 lm Miiuiigei.
siiini'il nriictice at Dr.
office, No. 81 Beretaula street.
IT'ROM this date Mr. Win. Llsliuiau
7 will sign our llrm name by pro
curation. G W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 2S, 18U0. 710 If
accounts due to mo three
must bo iinid within 110
days or they will be liandcd to a col
lator. FRANK GEItTZ.
Huntlnlti, Dec. 20, 1S00. 745 lw
ANY' person or persons found shoot
ing oil the lands of Kukuliiaco
and Koula, will bo prosecuted to the
full extent of tho law.
7H7 lm Mus C. P. WARD.
OTfCE Is hereby
trlven that Ah
Honolulu, has this ilay
purchased from Ng Ah On all his in
terest in the general meicliandlse stoio.
situated on Llliha street, Honolulu,
Island of Oahu; tho said Ah Young
will not bo responsible for any bills
against Ng Ah On from this date
Honolulu, Dec. 19, tS90. 740 lit
NOTICE is hereby given that Leong
Ning, of the llrm of Tai Wo Ch in
Co., No. 38 Niiuanu Avenue, has sold
all bis Intel est in the afoicsaid llrm on
the 15th day of December. All out
standing debts of the aforesaid llrm will
be settled by T. Q, Y. Alai, Jr., com
mencing from December ICtli.
737 2w TAI WO CHAN CO.
IS heieby given that G. Ako, of Miu 1
pala, Koliala, Hawaii, has sold all
his interest in the firm of Tong Wo Co ;
also, the aforesaid lands, store and
mcichaudlso to L. Alii, of Koliala.
Hawaii, the 19th day of November,
1800. All outstanding debts will be
settled by L. Ahl.
HAVING been appointed Assignee
in the estate of J. Ilaole, of Wal
luku, Muni, all persons having claims
against tills estate are requested to pic
sent same Immediately, and all pruons
Indebted to the estate are requested to
make their payments forthwith.
It. L. AUKRBACII,
Assignee, at the office of L. B. Keir,
Honolulu. ' 7l5 30t
IUtiMDRR1 Sloe Co'f.
LL accounts overdue and of six
innntliat u,i iir.ln.r It nit- cnfil.til
at once, will bit placed in the hands of a
collector for collection.
We will consider it a special favor In
our friends to settle promptly on the
1st of January, 181)1.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1BU0. 745 St
For Hongkong Direct.
Tli Al HlrauiHlili
8. "AMICO "
leave lloiioliilu fur tlio above
purl on or about
December 31, 1890.
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NEW YEAR'S CHEER !
A l-'UI.L ASSORTMENT OF
WINES & LIQUOR'S !
WINE & SPIRIT
Merchant St root,
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House and Decorative Painter.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
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CORNER HOTEL &
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CHRISTMAS EVE '!
TOYS .d XOJLiL.,
Hand-pamted Sachets and Tidies,
Plush (Dressing Case & Shaving Sets,
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Card Cases, Jewel Cases, Purses,
Xmas Cards, in great
Msle Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
Thos. W. Knox Celebrated Books of Travel,
New & Novel DIME HANKS,
Diaries for 1891
NAUTICAL AI,MANACS FOR 1891,
LADIES' CI1ATELAIN & IIANFJ BAGS,
Music Otande, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc
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New Year's Day.
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Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& Plush Albums,
Cards, Hand-painted Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc.
, Silver (I Pearl Penholders,
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