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Leader of Low Prices.
Wkf-fllrnw tffit In oront. vftrlnli'.
ftaftionls Fine Clothing nnd Fur
nislilng Goods, lints, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Etc., go to tho Leaders of
Cheap I'riccs, tho Atjcapi;.
HSfAt thft AiiOAun you cnu buy
Embroidery Chenille, Arrnseno, lllb
boscne, Embroidery Silk, Zephyr
and "Worsted in all Bhiulcs til the
White and Colored Laces nt prices
that will astonish you. These Goods
have never been offered so cheap
before in this Kiugdojn.
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
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MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1888.
Juno 17 , , ,
Stmr Klnau fiom Windward l'oits
Btnir Mlknhaia from Knuul
Schr Jlitrr KoiIit from Kukalnu
Hehr Canute Iioin Kuau
Stmr Wnialealo for Knual at 5 n m
Stmr Jas Jlakco ior Knnai at 5 p ni
Stmr Klnau for the Volcano and way
pott's at 4 m
Stmr Kaala for Waianno anil Waialuant
0 a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkcllko for Kahulul and way
ports at C p in
Stmr Mikabala for Knual at 5 p in
Stmr Lchua for Hamakua at 5 p in
Sclir Canuto for Kuau
From San Francisco, per Sonoma,
June in 13 0 Winston, C J Curtncy nnd
From Kauai, per stcamor Jllkahala,
Juno 17 D P Lawrence, It Catton, II
Morrison, Captain Larscn, Captain O 11
Itpynolds, Miss Webster. Miss Kate
llogcrs, ivs F J Turner and child, A
Kooning, aiiss uoio, i Hi ivnucuKuii,
MlssTltcomb, Misses Sophie aiulMlnuio
Bheldou, 5 Chlucsc, and 33 deck.
From AVindwaid Torts, per steamer
Klnau, June 17 His Majesty the King,
II K II Princess Lilluokalaul, lion J A
Cuuunlus and 3 servants, Kev J M Sell
wood and wife, Mis C II Daby and
daughter, II Holme, M G Corrca, It A
Lyman, J Odcrkirk, OB Ewnit, Mis M
Kabai, Miss K Harvey, J L Sheldon, M
AGonsalves, Mrs Grace Doild, Mrs II
Kuibelani, Mis J Kane, Miss Teresa
Dnshalsky, A K l'alcknlnhl, J Shaw, U
Napoleon, Miss A Halstead, II 1' Wood
and wife, Hou IIP Ualdwln, C Notlcy,
Jr, Miss Kaehcl Pliaw, Mrs H Tnrton,
Miss K Tiirton, MUs II Saffery, Master
Eddy and Willie Pogue and 87 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS
Stmr iliknlinla a,034 bags sugar,
calves, and Dags pia.
Btmr lviuau z,ow uuo Bug.u,
spuds, 81 hides. 20 bags
The schooner Canute made steamboat
time lasUtrip. She left heio 'Ihmsday
moi nlnj; at 10 o'clock, loaded with
freight. 5At Kuau, took in 3,000 bags of
sugar and returned to Honolulu yester
day morning before 10 o'clock,
-making the lound trip u less than three
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Auslralialeaves San Francisco
to-morrow for Honolulu.
Messrs. J. E. Brown & Co. want a
brako. Who has one for salo?
Seventy-three years ago to-day
the battle of Waterloo was fought.
There will bu a feast of new music
at the band concert, at Emma Square
The Rev. Georgo Wallaco held ser
vices on board II. B.M.S. Cormorant
It is possible that an organ recital
will bo given at Kaumakapili church
one evening next week.
The assignees of the estate of Lam
Chock, a bankrupt, havo an adver
tisement in another column.
The King and Princess Liliuoka
lani.roturned from Kailua, Hawaii,
by tho Kinaif, yesterday morning.
Tun notice prohibiting driving
faster than a walk over School street
bridge is so much effaced as to bo
unreadable. It needs ronowiug.
Emma Squaro looks as neat as a
now pin. The scats have been
painted a dark green color, and the
hand stand is radiant in colors of
greon and red.
The annual meeting of the
Strangers' Friend Society will bo held
Thursday afternoon and evening, at
tho residence of tho Rev. Alex, and
Mrs. Mackintosh, Nuuanu Valley.
His Ex. Lorrin A. Thurston, Mill'
ister of Interior, was scon with a
shovel in his hands, digging at n pile
of dint on Merchant street, in front
of tho Gazotto offlco, this noon 1
Last Satuiday tho ganio of base
hall botweon tho Stars and llawaiis
resulted, aftor a spirited contest, in a
victory for the Stars. Tho scoio at
tho end of the game was : Stars 10,
At a mooting of tho Myrtlo Boat
Club on Satuiday evoning, a com
mittee was appointed to arrange for
a regatta on tho Fourth of July.
Grows aro being picked out and prac
tising at rowing will begin this oven
ing. ' '
The Pali road, from end to end, is
in cood condition for traveling, and
tho.upper bettor than the lower end.
Considerable tralllc passed over it
ycsteiday. Two or threo picnic par
tics went to tho Pali, to cool off and
acquire an appetite. They woio suc
cessful in securing both objects.
The onterlainmout givon by the
Bluo, Ribbon Lenguo on Saturday
niglit last, was one of the best for a
long time. Every numbor was well
executed, and encores wero kindly
responded to. Tho Rev. Mr. Gago
of California, delivered tho address,
describing tho good work of temper
anco people in Southern California,
Tun races hold at Nawiliwlli on
Uio 11th of Jutio were successful.
A wo liiiic tree, with loots and
branches, has been washed ashoro at
IIana.m.UU.U mill llnislied giinding
last Saturday for the suas-on. Tins
total out put will bo iiOO tons shoit of
Uuavy winds with lain and high
noillioily seas, struck llunuikuu
Coast, Friday night, and continued
A i,oadi:i) poi wagon backed off
Drawer's whaif onto tho schooner
Knukcaouli this morning, and gavo
tho schooner a poious look.
Tun steam roller nnd a force of
workmen patched Merchant street,
between Fort and Nuuanu streets,
Hon. S. G. Wilder was taken ill nt
his residence last night, and is un
able to bo out. Dr. Eobt. MoKibbin
is attending him.
A Chinaman's train of threo pack
animals, n horse, a mulo nnd a jack
ass, broke a pane of glass in ouo of
the 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s now oflice, Queen
street, this morning. Captain Hates
who was at tho ollico nt tho time,
took possession of tho tenm until the
Chinaman dug up iH, to pay dam
ages. EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. B Honolulu Rifles,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Harmony Lodge I.
0. O. F., in their hall, King street,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Band concert at Emma Square,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of tho Rillo Association,
at Mr. Ashford s law
oflice, at 8
o'clock, to arrange prizes
4th of July.
BOOKED FOR THE VOLCANO.
The following persons are booked
to leave for tho Volcano, by the S.
S. Kinau, this Monday afternoon,
Mrs. Faycrwcather and son, Mrs.
II. Gunn, Miss Bcrwin, Misses
Eggrs (2), Miss Howe, G. L. Bis
hop, B. T. Evans, Rev. Gage, J. N.
Woods, Mrs. Woods, Misses Woods
(2), Mrs. G. P. Wilder, J. A.
Wilder, Miss II. K. Wilder and
Miss Musgravc, S. C. Evans, S. C.
Evans Jr., A. Gilflllan, W. II. Mc
lncrny and Mable Taber.
For other places: G. C. Williams,
J. B. Atherton, J. Mott Smith and
A. T. Atkinson.
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at 7:80
o'clock. Following is tho pro
gram mo :
March Imperial City (now)..Seblomcr
Overture Nabucco Verdi
Fantasia Forge in the Fore3t (new) .
Medley Herald Angels (new)... Beyer
Medley Night In New Yoik (now) . .
fa. Hungarian (new) . . .
Two Patrols British
(b. British (new;.... Arch
Waltz Blue Danube Strauss
Galop Hit and Miss Hervcy
THE KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL.
The closing exercises of tho Ka
mchameha School will take place
this week in the Gymnasium at Pa
lama. On Wednesday, June 20th,
the examinations of the classes will
be held from 9 to 12 a. m. There
will be a practice drill in tho car
penter and printing rooms, at the
close of the recitations.
On Thursday, June 21th, the first
annual exhibition will bc-hcld in the
Gymnasium at 7:30 p. m.
The public are cordially invited
to ho present at these exorcises
both on Wednesday and on Thurs
Wm. B. Oi.ksok.
The garden party given by the
ladies of St. Androw's Cathedral, on
Saturnay afternoon, at St. Andrew's
Priory, was a success in every way.
The attendance was quite largo and
included many prominent citizens.
Tho Priory grounds aro large and
well adapted for an affair of this
kind. In the schoolroom a number
of fancy articles wcro displayed on
tables and there wero many pur
chasers. Ice cream, cake, coffee
and lemonade wero served on small
tables scattered through the grounds.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band added to
tho pleasure of tho afternoon by
playing appropriate selections. Tho
Sisters of the Priorytdid all in their
power to make overjs ono feel quite
at homo. Tho object of tho party
wns to raiso inonej' for tho purchase
of ft water motor to blow the organ
iu tho Cathedral. The sum of J$300
was realized which is sufllcient to
carry out the work.
IF YOU really -want your monoy's
worth of tliu tlncst Iloinc-Mtulb
French and Plain Candies, tlio most
Delicious Ico Crcum, or Fancy and
Plain Cala-s, call at tho Ploner Steam
Oumly Factory, Bakery and Ico Cream
Parlors, established 1803. Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Houn, Practical
Confectioner, Prts-tiy Cook and Orna
munter. P. S. The only placo whero
tho Gcuuino Uutter Scotch is manu
factured and sold, 10 tf
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
l'n01T.SS0R caxaius's r.XlIIMTlON.
Viofessor Canaris, tho Grecian
conjurer, has reason to bo satisfied
with Ids first reception by a Hawai
ian audience. His first appearance
was at tho Opera House last batur
day night. There was no lack of
applause at any stage of the exhibi
tion. The house was comfortably
full, and all seemed to watch in
tcdtly each trick with tho hope of
discovering its secret, but the pro
fessor was too dexterous to allow of
detection. Everything attempted
wns successfully executed, and was
acknowledged by the spectators
with general and vigorous clapping.
During tho first part of tho exhibi
tion, the conjurer appeared in a
showy Grecian costume, which is a
novelty at a Honolulu gathering.
The dexterity with which the cab
inet trick was done (In which tho
professor is bound with ropes by
persons from the audience and then
placed in a cabinet, and there sets
iiitnsclf free), was surprising.
Professor Canaris will give an
other show next Thursday night, on
which occasion ho promises a com
plete change of programme.
THE TALE OF THE THREE.
Mr. Olsen, one of the three sail
ors who came hero by the French
bark Cccilc, from Newcastle, N. S.
W., a few weeks ago, and who, af
ter being confined in tho Station
House for a number of days, were
released on a writ of habeas corpus,
was interviewed by a Bulletin re
presentative on Saturday. Mr. Ol
sen tells the story of the three
himself and two fellow sailors as
We had been working by the day
onboard the Cccile, at Newcastle,
and when she was ready for sea, the
captain asked if we did not want to
ship to Honolulu, further saying
that if wo became tatisfied with the
vessel and he with us, we could con
tinue. We agreed, received a
month's advance, but signed no ar
ticles. Arriving at Honolulu, we
told tho captain that we were at our
journey's end, and would like the
balance of our pay. The captain
said ho could not pay us until the
ship was discharged. We declined
to assist in tho discharging and were
arrested on a charge of refusing
duty, and taken to the Station
House. This was on a Monday
evening. At the Station House that
evening we received a good supper,
and also threo good meals the next
day, and breakfast Wednesday
morning. We were not confined to
a cell, but were allowed the liberty
of the yard. On Wednesday morn
ing after breakfast, a gentlemen
whom we did not know came to
wards us while wo were walking in
the yard, and stopping before mo
(Olsen), said, "Don't you know
enought to touch your hat to me?"
I replied that I did not know him.
My shipmates now came up and the
strange centleman repeated the re-
mark to them ; they replied as I
did. Whereupon the stranger snap
ped his fingers and turning on his
heels said that we would know him
soon enough. That very day or
ders came to confine us in a cell,
and keep us on bread and water.
We then learned that this strange
gentleman was the French Consul.
We wcro kept in tho cell for nine
days, on two supplies of bread and
water a day. I asked an officer of
the Station House to allow mo to
bend a note to a friend in this city.
The officer denied mo the favor, and
if I had not succeeded in finally get
ting a note to this friend we would
still be in prison. The friend took
the matter in hand and now we arc
THERE'S NO POCKET IN YOUR
As you gazo upon your Palace with
turrets raised so high,
Does it never point a lobsoti, reaching
upwards to the sky,
Of a mansion raised above it, not built
with human hands,
Of trcastiiM yet more pi colons than
gold or eaitlily hauls V
As you journoy to your oflice, amid life's
busy crowd, .
Do you never hear the whisper, there's
no pocket in your Shroud;
Cod's steward of more riches than oft
falls to human lot,
Is thy balance sheet prepared? Hath
no Item been forgoty
Have you handled well tho talents en
trusted to your care f
Ilavo you beetled to tho cry for
to jusorys pueous prayer?
Tho settling day is coining and whisper
grows more loud,
Do good ero yet It ! too late There's
no pocket in your Shroud.
Does sonowblegg thy footsteps? Doth
the wlddow bless thy naino,
As one who In her darkest hour hi gcu-
tlo mercy came?
Doth struggling manhood lift It bead
and own tiico us a friend
Who nobly gavo wi.h generous heart
when only naked to Jond?
Uo ye King or Prluco or Bishop, of
your wealth however proud,
You cannot tako it with you There's
no pocket In your Shroud.
If the.-ie works, and much I doubt It,
havo all been left undone,
For'tho Lucre Unit you've tolled and
bcliemcu, and all the dross you'v c
When cold death stands beside yon, and
he's coining quickly now,
Who shall raUo u prayer to heaven?
Who shall cool thy aching brow?
Nono Thy letjuleiu shall bo fcpokeu in
voices hauli anil loud,
Bis money cannot save hlin; There's up
pocket hi his Shroud.
Honolulu J, W. L,
17th Da Juno 18th.
The House was called to order at
10:10 a. in. by the Secretary, who
announced that the President was
sick, nnd the Vice-President being
absent, it was in order to nominate
a presiding olllccr. Noblo Wight
was nominated and upon taking tho
chair, formally opened the session.
Noblo Smith was on motion elected
president pro teni, and assumed tho
Noblo Waterhousc presented a
petition from one J. Goldenbcrg
praying that tho sum of S5 bo re
funded him for overpaid taxes. Re
ferred to Finance Committee.
Rep. Nakalcka presented a peti
tion from Lnhaina, praying that ono
term of Circuit Court be held in
Lahaina. Referred to the select
committee appointed to consider'tbc
bill relating to the terms of court.
Noblo Waterhousc presented a
petition from the tax payers residing
on the slopes of Punchbowl, relating
to crown lands. Referred to a se
Rep. Karaauoha presented a peti
tion from Honolulu, praying that a
road bo made from Smith's bridge to
Kamanuwai and that SGOO bo appro
priated' for that purpose. Referred
to Minister of tho Interior.
Rep. Paehaolo presented a peti
tion from Honolulu praying that
unduo haste bo not used in sending
lepers to Kakaako ; that doctors bo
not confined to the use of pills only
in their treatment of lepers; and
that Dr. S. II. Meckapu be allowed
froc access to Kakaako to practise
on tho lepers.
Minister Thurston stated that tho
pills used at Kakaako arc the pre
scriptions of Dr. Unna and have
been used with decided success.
Referred to Sanitary Committee.
KEl'OltTS OF COMMITTEES.
llie committee on enrollment re
ferred back to the House a bill re
lating to tho desertion of married
persons, as it is very incomplete;
and they do not think it their place
to fix it up. On motion it was re
ferred to tho introducer.
KESOLUTIONS AND BILL.
Rep. F. Brown gavo notico of a
bill to amend the laws relating to
Noble Castle read a first time a
bill relating to liens of mechanics
and material men. Referred to
Minister Thurston gave notice of
a bill to regulate the manufacture of
poi in Honolulu.
Rep. Kamauoha read a first time
a bill relating to Konohiki fisheries,
repealing the present law and mak
ing the fisheries free.
Rep. Brown moved to reject .the
bill, as it was unconstitutional. He
said wo havo no right to take away
any yested rights of people in and
to property. Wo might as well
pass a law that all lands in the
Kingdom shall be freo to the use of
Rep. Kamauoha said that the
Konohiki fishing rights aro about
all that remains of the old feudal
laws and should be repealed. Ho
contended that fishes in tho sea were
public property and should bo freo
to all, and not as now obtains. This
law does not tako any land away
from any one, it only makes the
taking of fish free to all. Tho mem
ber from Koolauloa advocates the
taking of the crown lands from the
King and making them public, but
opposes this measure; it must bo
that he ba9 some clients who are
Noblo Townsend stated that he
upheld the principle of the bill but
thought it needed amending. He
consuicrcu tnc vested riguts or a
konohiki, tho vested rights of a pi
rate. No man makes tho fishes nor
docs ho tako caro of them. He
asked that tho bill take its regular
Noblo Widemann said if the ob
ject of the bill was to-do away with
tko vested rights of konohikis, we
had better kill it nt ontie. lie did
think that konohikis had rights that
should be respected, nnd any ono
who had no respect for such rights,
be had no respect for. He also said
that Canada, America and all other
nations, wero protecting their fishing
rights with men-of-war.
Noblo Cnslle said that was an in
ternational question and had almost
brought n war, but it was to decido
tho threo miles limit.
Minister Thurston said ho should
vote for tho rejection of this bill, as
it did interfere with vested rights.
And if tho Hon. Noblo from Hilo
has no regard for such rights, the
Supremo Court will have, and no
matter how many laws wo may pass
taking away property from indivi
duals for this is property, tho Sup
remo Court will annul such laws
and restore the property. IIo was
with the Hon. member from Koolau
loa regarding the Crown Land, and
did not consider that ho was on
both sides of the fence. They aro
distinct classes of property. Tho
konohiki fislictics aro privatp pro
perty, and tho Crpwn- Lands belong
tq tho government, and'ean bp dis-.
posed of by tho Legislature.
Minister Ashford said ho wish-ed.
BSTDo not full to call at tho
Aucadi: and examine the Splendid
Stock of Embroidered Suits at re
to explain why ho should vote for
tho bill. IIo thought Hint the cour
tesy should be extended to it of re
ferring it to the Judiciary Committee
and let them report on the uncon
stitutionality of the measure, lie
did not belicvo in interfering with
vested rights, but thought this bill
should have consideration.
Minister Green said ho wished to
explain his vote, he was in favor of
going into this thing intelligently,
and sec where the fisheries could bo
given to the people, and what com
pusation could be mado for them.
The question of the value of sea
fisheries is an important one nnd
should have careful consideration.
The ayes nnd noes were called to
reject. Ayes 11 Noes 30. The
bill then took its regular course.
Minister Thurston read a first
timo a bill to regulate the manufac
ture of pal in Honolulu, Referred
to Printing Committee.
The Chair appointed as a Special
Committee to whom was referred
the petition from tho residents of
Punchbowl: Nobles Castle,BaIdwin,
Hitchcock and Reps. Paehaolo and
The House then adjourned until
1 p. m.
.WANTED TO SEE AMERICA.
John Hiram Fricdenberg, a three
quarter white youth, brother of Mrs.
Dcvcril, and lately clerk for Hon.
W. O. Smith, is missing. Ho was
not homo Friday night and on Satur
day did not appear for business.
The young man being subject to
fits, his friend? nnd relations be
came greatly concerned about him,
and a diligent search was instigated.
Every imaginable place was looked
into, but no traces of his where
abouts could be found. Near his
desk in the oflice of his employer, a
New York weekly, full of blood
stirring adventures of young heroes
was found this morning, and in his
desk a letter. The letter was ad
dressed to Hon. W. O. Smith, and
said that he (Fricdenberg) had gone
by the barkentinc S. G. Wilder ; he
wanted to sec America.
ANNIVEnSAKT SERVICES AT TIIK CEK
TK.YL UNION CIIUUCII.
Last evening, at the invitation of
the Board of Trustees of Oahu Col
lege, Rev. Dr. Beckwith delivered
an able and striking address before
tho students, Invited guests and the
general public, assembled at the
Central Union Church. The Church
was full. There were present in a
body, the students of Oahu College,
and as their guests those of Kame
Such an occasion as this, the ob
servance of which, is now but just
initiated in this community, has
come to bo held in high esteem in
connection with educational work,
in many of the communities of tho
It will be remembered that Dr.
Beckwith was the first President of
Oahu College, and therefore his ad
dress was listened to witli the moro
His text was Eccl. 7:12: "For
wisdom is a defence, and money
is a defence, but the excel
lency of knowledge is, that wisdom
giveth life to them that havo it."
The. sermon was a strong presen
tation of the thought of the text
that wisdom, knowledge, stands on
a vastly higher plane than money.
Kotlctt under this head arc charged 10 eentt
per line for thelrst Intcrtlon, and 6 ctnti per line
eieru additional insertion.
STRAWBERRY Ice Cream flavored
with roal strawberries at the "Elite"
this evening. 71 It
AWAI IAN Fruit &Taro Co. Gen.
tlemen: I have made a chemical
examination of tho snmplo of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to me and
Unci that same is entirely fre from any
injurious substance whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu, June 1, 18S3. 71 lui
YEE KEE, ill Nuuanu street, has
just received a very lino assort
ment of Chinese and other ornaments
which he oilers foi salo at low figures.
Dr. Whitney's Dental Rooms
WILL be closed during tho months
of July and August. 01 lw
"70It PALE at tho Reformatory
JL Bcliool, uy tue ijujo or ton.
W. G. NEBDHAM.
HAVING heard considerable talk
about tho trotting raco on tho
11th of Junu being a swindle, I will
match "Albert L." against "Mink"
under same conditions aslth June, '83,
forauysum from to $1,000. Any.
body in tho Kingdom to drlvo "Mink,"
07 at D. 11. DAVIS.
ALL amounts duo tho llrm of Brown
& Co., Wine & Soli its MerchunU,
of Honolulu, that wcro contracted pre
vious to tho SQth day of March last, If
not settled bcfoio tho tlth dny of Juno
next, will bo placed in tho hands of a
logal prosecutor, with instructions to
suo for, and recover nt once.
A. J. OAHTWHIQIIT,
W. V. ALLEN,
Assignees of brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 81, 188$. 48 In
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
1 WILL SELL
TWO WEEKS ONLY
Laflies' MM mm, Lais' MM Udvmr
In Balbrigan, Merinos and India Gauzo at a.
Received by last steamer a Kino and Elegant Lino of
Boys' and Childrens' Clothing
Which I oflcr at
BED ROOK PRICES
Received direct from Now York and Philadelphia a Fine Lino of
Gents', Ladies' & Childrens' Shoes I
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADIES' BLACK SILK HOSE !
Opposite Invin & Co.
CASH SALE at B. F. EHLERS
JKg WEJXIT TWO W JEEJICS a
To close out a consignment of
FRENCH SILKS and LACES !
Black Ehadames reduced from $2 50 to $1 75.
Black Grosgrain reduced from $1 75 to $1 25.
Black Spanish. Flouncing reduced from $3 00 to $2 00.
Ote H 81s anil L
Are receiving- by every incoming; steamer from San
FurniturB, CMrs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
Fancy Goods !.
NEW STYLES IK
PIANOS and IUJJNTTUIfcElj
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, Canary Birds,
FOR SALE AT
Take Notice !
- Mrt in Prprtion.
Fancy Goods !
New Goods !
& GO.'S, 105 Fort Street,