1)Fruit being carried to the fruit-market, just crossing the bridge across the Creek. Stamped A.C. Gomes & Co. This is the mark of the oldest photos by Gomes. The partnership of Gomes with Countinho was dissolved mid 1897.
Size 14,5 by 21 cm.2.
2) Bridge across the Creek, photo below by J. Sturtz 1888 (see ref 4)
3) Traditional clay home but with street-light in front! (date unclear, but the street-lighting may provide some clues) Size 11,5 by 17 cm. around 1890
4) Man weaving with his loom, according to the inscription below the photo, the lady on the left is a German lady. As the photo is taken between 1888 and 1890 by J. Sturtz there is a tiny chance it is Emily or Rosalie Ruete, as they spent a large part of 1888 on Zanzibar and there were very few German women on the island.
For information on Omani weaving techniques see ref 5