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, 4flt- ' tegtfewoatfisii;$yi'!i,.ii!SJii.'A' iiOWffi Barg'ns In Einbroid'ed Dresses, At The Arcade-EGAN & CO. rv 11 J3 fflatTg WuTTfitt TUESDAY, MAY 1..1888. ARRIVALS. May 1 S S Austrnlla from Ban Kiuuelsoo Stun W Q Hall fioin Hawaii ami Maul DCl'AKTURES. May 1 Stuir Khmu for llllo anil way poiU at 1 p in Stuir lllkiiliiiln for Kauai at C p m Stun Waialcnlo for Kintal at 5 p ui Stun- Kilnmu lion for Mololtal mill Ila- m.iKiKi at i p in Stinr Luliua foi llamnUua at 5 p in Schr Kiuiikcaoiill for Koha'la Schr Knlllua lor Kitual Stuir Mokblll for Moloknl PA'iSEtlGEHS. For San Ft.uiciseo, per ship Anill 30 A IS Tony anil L Tin pie. Ivy, Fioni Sun Vi.uu'hco, per S S Austra lia, May 1 Mis i nptiiln bhephcid, A Aschclm, .1 C (Jimmy. Mis 11 Ouiin and child, Profit l'ouiemv ami wife, Miss F Winter. V II Aiigutiti, j: George, W Inlng Ulsliop, .MisV Knuilseit anil 2 daughlcis, G P C.istlo ami family, J Nathan, Miss If Beiwln, Mrs A Tiirton ami daughter, .Ino Locll jr, Mrs W II Uulley anil family, Miss, Nelllo Blown, Miss Tousaino. Uominaiuloi It 1' Lenry, US N," Geo L r.iiiohild and family, Mis S A Uoyd.T G Giibblo ami sei vanl, W 11 Howell, Mis M. J Kowoll and maid, Miss i A Huibank, Jas Dodd, MisMllyinan and family, 1) Talker and w If i I II lioloy, A O Failoy and 21 others. SHIPPING NOTES. Tho ship Ivy took for San Fi.uieisco yesterday, 110,70 bans sugar, weighing a.838,502 lbs anil Miliicd at 17S,2.'8.83. Tho S S Australia left San Fianclsoo "April 21th at 2.10 p. in. Fiist two days had stnmg N. Y. biecc,wlth modciato tea. Thence to poit light vaiiable biece, sniiioth mki, line weathur; last 24 hours modulate trades fiom 12. S. K. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. Thanks to Purser Bodolfo for news fiivois. -. Merchant stieot, between Fort anil Nuuauu streets, is gioatly in need of repairs. It is rcpoited Unit tlie potty officers of the U. S. S. Adams arc arranging to give a dance in the near futuie. m Mil. Julius lloting and Mr. Ilcin rich Itcnjcs have been admitted into the firm of F. A. Sehacfcr & Co., as partners. Princess Liliuokalani will hold her regular monthly leception, at Palama, on Thursday next, from II to 5 o'clock v. sr. The Couit will go to llilo by tho S. S. Kinau this evening. Officer Honkins coes with the Court this time, in place of dipt. Fehlber. A kunaway horbo and carriage were captured near tho Bulletin oflice, this nioining, by Fiank Fci 1011a. Thib is the 9th capture made by this man. In the neighboihood of Smith's bridge, on the Ew.i end, an efllnvium impiegnatcs the atmosphere, which is certainly dis.igieeablu to the nobo and is piobably unfiiendly to health. . . The ownci of u lost fan can obtain tho siinio by communicating with Mrs. F. B. McStockor and proving pio perty. Mr. McStockcr also loports a stray Canary bird which ilew into his house. A kumok was .spiead around the town this moining, that tho residents of Beretania street, wheic the rail road track i tins, have agreed to pull up tho tinck borne dark night, if tho road thoio is not fixed. Lovk'S bakeiy wagon, tho double team, lan away yestoiday and was paught by Mr. .T. I,ovo on Nuuanu sticct, in a demolished condition. Tho diiver had been thrown out in tho first oil", but was not hurt. Tan cool atmosplieic, tho good be havior of tho boys, tho prcsonco of lcfreshing liquids for thoso who de sired them, and tho chaiming music, combined to make last night's con ceit at Emma Squtuo oxtromely en joyable Young Hang and Ah Young weio found iruilty of having opium in their posbession, in the Polieo Court, this morning, and woio each senti-nccd lo pay a line- of .f 50 and go to jail for a days. An appeal was notcdin both cases. Tub following persona aio hooked to leavo for Windwaul poitsby tho steamer Kinau this evening : A. W. Peterson, W. C. Aehi, Judgo McOully and family ,1'nul Nouinnn, II. It. Mae farlauo, V. V. Ashford, Oflicor Hop kins, L. Aseu, 0. B. Makeo, W. II. Daniels, Miss Ella E. Cliafleo and Hon, S. G. Wilder. WHAT NEXT? By tho "Australia" to-day an in voice of draueht beer from tho cele brated Anhauser Busch Brewery of St. Louis arrived for tho Pantheon Saloon. It seems almost beyond be lief that draught beer from tho far East should find its way to these far off Isles ; but such is tho result of enterprise. This beer comes over land to 'Frisco in refiigerator cars and is then trnnslcrred to tho ice house on board of tho "Australia," so that a uniform temperature is always maintained. It would rather burpriso an Easterner to find St. Louis draught beer on tap in far off Hawaii. &&& Bargains In Embroideries, At Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO. EVENTS THIS EVENING. Kxcolsior Lodge I. O. O. F. meets in its hall Fort street at 7:30 o'clock. Anti-Asiatic Uniou meets at 7:80 o'clock. Ball of Co. B., Honolulu Rifles at the armory. Special meeting of the Paeifiu lloso Co., for important business at 7:30 o'clock. AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW. 1JV J. V. MOllOAK. At the residence of V. Siege maun, Kinau street, all the house hold effects at 10 a. m. And at 12 noon, horses, carriage, harness, etc. ATTACKED HIS WIFE. At Wailuku, a native named Ka nchaolc, got angry with his wife last Saturday morning, and chasing her out of tho house, inllicled several blows on her head, from tho effects of which her life was for a time des paired of. It was hoped, however, at tho last account that under the care of Dr. Sutcliffo she may re cover. The husband has been ar rested. MR. HAYRELDEN INJURED. The "Call" of the lGth of April, says Mr. F. II. Hayseldcn of Hono lulu received a severe cut on the head in a rail-road accident on April 15, on the elevated tracks in Philadelphia. The engines and four passenger cars were turned over and badly smashed. None of the per sons who were injured received fatal wounds. THEY BOTH OBJEGTED. His Ex. C. W. Ashford, Attorney General, conducted the prosecution in nn opium case in the Police Court this morning, while his brother, Col. V. V. Ashford, appeared for the de fense. "When a native policeman took the stand for the piosecution, the Attorney-General undertook to talk in Hawaiian. The defense ob jected, so did the Court; the first because there was an interpreter present, and the Court, because the native language, as spoken by the Attorney-General, was very imper fect and made the Deputy Marshal laugh. Mr. C. W. Ashford admitt ed his limited knowledge of Hawa iian and spoke in English. VANTOfl DESTRUCTION. A party of excursionists went to Foul's Island, in Pearl river, last Sunday, and while tliero employed a part of their time in destroying watermelons that were being raised on the island. For this reason we are requested to state that parties going to the island in future will be arrested for trespass, unless per mission has been previously obtain ed from Mrs. L. Kapu, who alone has right to grant permission. HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS. V. B. Augustine, San Francisco ; Jacques Nathan, San Francisco, J. G. Gribblc, London : Win, Wright, London; Mrs. and Miss Turton, Lahaina; Mrs. Kuiidcsou and 2 daughters, J. B. Presley, Santa Rosa, Cal. ; Washington Irving Bishop, Boston, Mass. ; Prof. Foin ero3r and wife, San Jose ; Mr. and Mrs. D. Parker, Passadena. A COUCH REMEDY. ONLY TWENY-I'IVE CENTS TEIt POUND. Irritated throats and annoying coughs aio quickly relieved by the genuino Butter Scotch, only to bo found at the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory of F. lloin. Plenty of testi monials. 98 AN ATTACK ON DOGS. Policemen arc being furnished with lariats or short ropes, and havo been instructed to lasso every dog that has no collar nor tag, and lead the animal to tho Station House to be killed. Looking into one of the cells of tho Station House this morning, a. repoiter saw a half dozen or more dogs. Some of the canines were measly looking curs, while borne ap peared to be worth a dime. On enquiry the Marshal said that the dog law was enacted in 1882, and ho thought it about time to en force it. "All dogs," the Marshal read fiom a large book, "shall be subject to a yearly tax of ono dol lar each." "Every owner shall append or cause to be appended in a conspicu ous manner to the neck of each and every dog owned by him, d tag re ceived from the tax collector. ' . "And every dog found witliout a tag so appended shall bo destroyed by the police." "Tho same tag cannot bo used for two succossivo years." Thu Maruhal said that dogs were not consldoied valuable in tho eyes of tho law. lie bollovod it was a matter of choice or discretion on his part whether or not ho would allow captured dogs to be redeemed by their owners ; ho would consult tho Attorney-General on tho question. Tho animals will bo disposed of by shooting them, and tho Marshal hopes to rid tho town of all measly and sickly dogs. Judging from elfccts, tho kind of oil most extensively used for pour ing troubled waters is turmoil, For Fancy Goods & Trimmings, o to Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO. THE HONOLULU SOCIAL CLUB. The inaugural danco of the Hono lulu Social Club was given in their hall, in the Mclncmy block, last evening. The broad stairway loading ffom Fort street up to tho hall was sproad with canvas and bordeied with long wavy strings of evergreens. A large hanging lamp lighted the front entrance, and set off to ad vantage a half divided curtain in the centre of the stairway. At the head of the stairs, whero Hags and flowers were prettily ananged, tho recep tion committee leceived the guests, escoitiug the ladies to a well ap pointed and splendidly littcd up diessing room, while the gentlemen disposed of their head gear in their hat room close at hand. On entering the hall the guests weic immediately attracted by "Welcome Honolulu Social Club," handsomely worked in green letters, the artistic woik of Mr. George Stratcmcycr. The hall was well lighted, and baskets of flowers hung here and there. Tho music stand was ornamented with pots of living flowers in the foreground and a group of Hags in the backgiound. The laige windows on both sides of the hall were open and a current of cool air was continually circulating through the loom. Mr. Hart had charge of tho refreshment stand, which was stationed in one coiner of the hall. Everything had been care fully ananged to make the intro ductory dance of the club a splendid success. The guests, about two huudicd, began to arrive at 8:30 o'clock, and at 9 o'clock dancing began to the euphonious strains of Palmer's or chestra. Neat programme, contain ing a list of twelve dances, were civen around, and the lloor bcinc excellent, the lovers of the giddy whirlncro soon "tipping the light fantastic toe." HIE COMMITTEES. Committee of Arrangements J. J. Uoughlin, chairman, J. J. Egan, W. G. Wilson, D. W. Roach and G. Norton. Reception Committee J. W. Mc Donald, chairman, A. C. Wood, J. C. White, William White, D. II. Davis, J. Spencer, W. Foster, S. Ladd, J. J. Leckcr, J. McQueen, J. P. Warfcl, F. Wickic, J. Gomes, J. Luscond, 0. F. Peterson, T. Smith, P. Hughes, A. L. Crono, J. R. Shaw, Thco Wolff and J. Roadway. Floor Committee II. "Wiekman, J. C. Stiow, D. Douglass, C. F. Ilerrick, Wm. Mclnerny, A. Lucas, C. Crozicr, W. Hoiscr and J. B. Gibson. Floor Manager G. II. Iluddy. The Honolulu Social Club is to be congratulated upon the success of its inaugural entertainment, and those who were favored with an invi tation will longingly look for tho next social and dance to be given by the club. WEATHER REPORT FOR APRIL. AT !) A. M. LOCAL TIME. Means for month. Tenincialuie Baiomcter 81.1 Uncollected Baioinotcr Keadiug. .'10.201 Collected Baionieter Heading... .UO.lOl Tempciatuie, dry bulb 80.3 wet " 71.7 Dew point G5.(J Elastic force of aqueous vapor ISM Bclatio humidity Cl.S AT 9 1'. M. LOCAL TIME. Tenipeiatuic Barometer 74.7 uncollected uaiomcter jicauuig.;tu.i7V Coireeted Barometer Heading... 110.091 Teinncratuie, dry bulb 72.S " wet C7.9 Dew' point CL8 Elastic foicc of aqueous apor 019 ltelutlvo humidity 78.0 Maximum icinpciatiuc 83.2 Minimum tcinpciaturo 08. IJaiufall as per Khiiionieter (inches) 1.870 EXTItEMES roil MONTH. Iligheit concctcd liar, leading, liO.lGO on the 27th at 9 i si. Lowest corrected Ilar.-readliig, 150.018 on thu 21th at 9 v. M. Highest tcinpciaturo In shade, 87 on tho 23th. Lowest teinpcr.it mo in shade, 02 on the 18th. Oieatest dally rainfall, JfiO Inches on the 271Ii. IIenky Cobii-Adams. MORTUARY REPORT. The total number of dcathh lepoitcd for tho month of Api 11, 1888, was CO, dlsti United as follows: Under 1 year.... 8 From 1 to 5 '.! Fiom f to 10..., 1 Fiom 10 lo 20. r. 1 Fiom 20 lo ao...n Males, 29 Hawaiian Ill) Chinese 8 Portuguese !l Japaneso 0 From SIOto-10... From 40 to M. . . From fiO to CO. . . Fiom (JO to 70... Over 70 Females, 21 Gicat Britain.... Amei leans Other nations.. . CAUSE 01 DEATH. Fever Bialii.... 1 Fever 5 Inflammation... 1 Exhaustion 1 HemoiihagQ .... !l Hooping Cough.. 1 Old Ago....?... 7 Paralysis 3 Peiltonltls 1 Tumor 1 Unknown 2 Cancer 1 , W Aiieiulsni 1 Asthma 2 Heiiberl , Child Birth.... Convulsions,... Consumption.. Constipation... 1)1?. of llcait... Biopsy Dysentery Diariluea Debility Total. Number unattended IS COMl'AHATIVE MONTHLY M0UTAL1TY. April 1881 l(i Apill 1885. ,,...17 A pi II 18b(i......r,y Apiil 1887 07 Apill 1SS8 C(l Non-Kesldetit. .,..,.,.,,...,, ,, S Annual death into per 1000 for mouth , ...., 21 ,J, II. BitowK, Agent Board of IIcUli, JflMJEMJWgj! Now Shades In Dress Goods, At Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO. m m iw By H.J. M.'sShip Tsukuba ! Tho French annex several islands Blood shod on both aides Horo fightinfroxpootcd. (Continued from yesterday.) These words were very favorably received. Placing himself then in the centre of tho square foimed by the troops, the Governor, solemnly and in the name of the Government of the Republic, declared Ilualiino to be French soil, and ordered tho hoisting of the French Wig. The motnont that our colors commenced lo ascend, the assistants removed their hats, tho troops picsentod arms, and tho clarions sounded. When the French flag reached the top of the mast, the Decrcs fired a salute of 21 guns. There remained to fulfil ono last formality to replace the former Government, which our adversaries had momentarily usurped by an ir regular Government. This passed witliout a single incident. The for mer Queen regained possession of hor palace and her authority, whilst the illegitimate Queen took her par ticular placo without protestation. The old chiefs and judges also re entered on their functions without any dilllculty whatever. The taking possession was effect ed in less than an hour, and after saluting the Queen, gave our best assurances to the oldest of tho chiefs, Raiti, who in his devotcdness to France, never lied. Mr. Lacas cadc, the Governor then returned on boaid the Decrcs. A detachment of 12 lucn of tho maiinc infantry were left on shore to guard the flag. The same day at 1 o'clock, tho Decres sailed for Raiatia, where sho arrives at 4.25 i m., and found there at anchor the two Government schooners Orohcna, and Taravao, commandod by Lieutenants Clot and Pincl. The situation at Raiatca appeared less favorable than at Huahinc. We do not ignore the effect that a certain party, hostile to our in fluence, had formed on that islands, under the direction of the Chief Tairaau, or Terahupo, and that the natives had also deseited tho ehicf liou, and retired with their arms, to one of the many and difilcult valleys of the island. Nevertheless the majority of tho population arc favorable to us, and have signed a request for annexa tion, which the Vieo Roy (in charge of Government in place of King Tamatoa abdicated) himself brought lo Papeete, accompanied by a con siderable number of notable in habitants." The report proceeds to slate that the same formality was there gone through IIuahinc,tho tricolor hoisted and Raiatca was declared to be French soil. Thence the Decres proceeded to the Island of Borabora, where again the French flag waB planted amid salvoes of cannon from their war ships, and the acclamations of the inhabitants. Borabora secured to Fiance, M. Lacascado returnedby ..he Decres lo Iluahiue, to sec that his oidcrs had been duly carried out in that island, when an incident occurred that marred somewhat the success of this big political move. The following is a continuation of the French olllcial account. "The voyage of the Governor, so fruitful for the interests of France, would havo terminated under im pression the most agreeable, if a misunderstanding most regrettable, had not given birth to an incident which may yet result in still grave couscquenses. On his return to Iluahiue the Governor was told by Lieut. Reux, commanding the Aorai, that somo malcontents projected an attack on their fellows who had shown sym pathy with our cause, and that armed group, had formed, one on the north and the other on the bouth of Fare. The Governor desiied Captain la Guerre, to send on shoie, under tho conduct of an olllcer, a fraction of the debarking company, with mission to seize, witliout effusion of blood, two or thrco ring leaders, whose names were known. Enseign Denot, chaigod with that operation, landed with his men about 2:15 i". m., and, guided by a mutoi, was in tho act of arranging to put into operation pacifically tho mis sion confided to him, when a shot, filed from a group of natives, struck a French sailor. This unexpected aggression, with out provocation, put tho fire in tho powder. Wishing to avenge ther wounded comrade, tho sailors resented by firing in their turn. Some of tho sailors wore wounded by shots fired from Kanaka ambus cades under their houses. In pre sence of this struggle tho DecreB fired several shots from her cannon rpvolvers to "sweep thp lam," At 4 p. h. tho company engaged, regained tho boats to return ou boaid when Euseign Denot was killed by a shot in tho chest. This unhappy olllcer was tho last; victim of tho unfortunate skirmish, which For Spring Summer Clothing, o to The Arcado-EGAN & CO. cut short the lives of many natives. Tho 22nd, at 8:15 a. m. the French flag was hoisted by the natives them selves, who at onde returned tian qullly to their houses and icgular occupations. At 1 v. m. on tho 22nd, tho situa tion was calm, the Decrcs quitted Huahinc for Papeete, arriving at 7 o'clock in tho moining. Tho wounded fiom llunlune were transported to the Military Hospital at Papeete. 1 ua . i a i BUSINESS ITEMS. PITY CARRIAGE COMPANY. J This Company is again reorgn. uized and prepared to accommodate tho trnvcllng public to any pirt of the city and tubnrhs. Good carriages and nttcn. tho drivers. Htiuul: Merchant and Fort street?. King up Telephone Mutual 459 mill Hell 41!). 31 lw ESSRS. DODD & MILLER have lust received ex Australia another lot of that " PHILADELPHIA. LAQEII.BEKK" In Ucrs, which they arc offering to tliolr customers. tH lw THE CELEBRATED "Phlhulel. X phia L-agci Buer " can now bo linit on draught at the Anchor Saloon. 2'J It THE FINEST resort in tho city J- "ThoKlito Ice Cream Farlois" patroni7cd by tho leading society. 28 lw THERE IS a peculiar delightful X II ivor about all thu Candies of tho New Candy Factory, which makes them so populai witli young and old. 23 lw THE DAI LYBULLET1N is a live X evcnliie: paper. CO cento per month THE ONLY X PER In Daily Uullctin." READABLE PA tho Kingdom "The CO cents per month THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho nin'Jt popular pnper published. IF YOU really waut your money's worth of the finest Homc-Made French and Plain Candies, the most Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and Plain Cakes, call at the l'ioner Steam Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream Parlors, established 180'i, Hotel, oppo site Bethel street. F. Horn, Practical Coufeetionei, Pastry Cook and Orna mentcr. P. S. The only placo where the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu factured and sold. 1G tf 17INEST BRANDS OF CAL1 X forma Port, Madeira and Malaga, for sale in keg and casis by GONSALVES & CO., Gl Quben street. 1LEAN RAGS and second hand KJ clothing will bo gratefully rccciv. cd for the use of the inmates of tho Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kakuako, or at the Leper Sittlmcnt on Molokai, if left Willi J. T. Watcrhouse, jr., at the Queen Street Store. t&f tf TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING, X advertise it in the Djl.iist Bullktis. R "STAN'S BOAT BUILDING SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Hill. 03 MISS. P. THIEL.E, On Beretania street near Piikoi. (Formerly McGuiro's House,) Kindergarten & Elementary, Daily & Boarding School. Also, Ficnch nnd Gcimau taught, and Mtibic Lessons given. A safo conveyance will call for and re turn children living at a distance. 7a Mutual Telephone- No. 501. film M 1MB 111 CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. BEST LLER FLOUR Made in America. Meals Superior to all Others, GONSAIiVES & CO., Hole AiicntH of the Iluwullnii lNlOIIllH. 78 If FOR LEASE. ABOUT feven acres of good pus lure, rlco or garden land, at ICapahimo, about a milo and a half from town, with a tuo.btory dwelling house, kitchen stable mid other out houses. TurniH WOO Xor Broiitli. E2TApply to Wm. McCANDLESS. 27 If COTTAGES TO LET. npWO COTTAGH8 fully X appointed, beautifully located, within G minutes' walk of tho Post Oflice. Au opportu nity seldom offered to sccuro a comfort, ablo homu within ensy reach of the business part of tho city. Por parti, culars Inquire lit 001 tf GULIOK'3 AGENOY. COTTAGE TO LET ON BERETANIA ST. T)KTV1:kN PiiKol and Kcc. X ui itnwikn Rtrnnts. lnt Tuna S&E through to Kliiuu sticct, 100 foet frontnge. Goo'l pasturago. Cottago contains 5 rooms, carriage houso and tables for 3 or 4 horses. Rent $20 per nioiitli. Apply to, J, V. HHOWN & CO.. f4 tf "d Merchant EtreeU TF YOU WANT A SITUATION X advertise in tUo Daily Bullkiin, TEMPLE 9 c r 63 & 65 FORT -o- G-rai Oping of Dry ioods F u Keceivcd by last steamer a Choici- and Well-Selected Stock of NEW GOODS, bought personally, lo which I most respectfully invite the ladies for inspection. An Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 26 cents per yard, 'Ladies will be pleased to select from our Stock the following Goods which will be told at the LOWEST BI313 HOCK 3?JR,IC12S. Great Novelties in Whitu S'iijuc, JttitiHto. cci'Ncii'kui', Etoiim Suiting, CJimnbray, Saline Hiocadcs, Kmhroided Swiss, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc. Entirely Srw "Zr.IMir.lt lMtUI!." Great attension is called to our Stock of KMHKOIDEIUES Oriental Laces, Mm Laces nil Spaiisli Laces, Which wu received diioet fiom Switretl.iiul anil we aio offering all Embroi deries and L.icch at l.owoi Pi ices than can bo bought elbowhcrc. Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps In all the Latest Styles. 100 HOY'S SAILOR SUITS at $2.00, worth $1.00. HOY'S KNEE PANTS UNION TWEED at 75 cents per pair. An Elegant Lino of BOY'S "jnEDE&SJE'Sr SSTTl.rJr," Entirely New; just tho thing for tho present reason. A Large Assortment of GENTS' STHAW HATS, in tho Latest Styles. MISSES', G MILS' and HOYS' STHAW HATS. SUMSOIAJO JS'O'rXCJi! Received direit from the East a Laigo Assortment of ItttlioW, XiisHON' imtl OIiilUreu'N Which will bo sold at thu Lowest Prices. GentM', EHRLICH, 63 58 SIIOAVIjXC a. COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS EVERY P E CT 1 1751 BUSINESS Are receiving- by every incoming steamer from San Francisco New Goods CONSISTING OF Finite, Chairs, Planes, Guitars, Pictures, Crockery "Ware, Baby Carria Bird Fancy Goods ! OTW STYLES TS PICTURE PIANOS ana UKJVITCIOJffi .Sold on the Installment Plan. MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES Always on Hand and Made to Order. Canary Birds, Canary Birds, (Warranted Singers.) FOR SALE AT G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street, mh 87 HONOLULU. ASHION ! STREET. tlie Latest Novelties IN ancy Goods. Slioew, & 65 Fort street. Opposite Irwin & Co. DEPARTMENT. INVITED ly IMPROVING Oi nc Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Fancy Goods ! MOULDING ... iy Ba ll 9 hi Ha 19 ft wr W w w CO. New Goods ! ! i:j! . - -1 '41 w M w '