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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER, JULY 15, 1882.
KAHI,t:S IS lO IMtOlM CK A
wuicu. roa rid
Delicacy of Flavor,
TRY IT AMI VOL WILL USE 0 OTHER
75 cts. a. Dozen.
07- Wc IXVITE inspec
tion of our Iicmic.
Wc will frlicwrfiilly slioiv
mid explain the procr.vs
of iii:iiiiif:ictiiic of our
HOLLISTER 6k CO.,
wnoi.isw.F. ami urn 11. dkm.Unts,
TOBIMOUVTS, AMI MiMl.iCTCR-
I.RS F II U1TII WATERS,
i9 S V I" A I STKK.f.r. IHI.fl-f, II. I.
New Store !
New Goods !
Ir.l rm their fri-nde nj the tenersl public that their
New Furniture Warerooms
.74 KIXU SrKKKT,
la oo stocked ttn a Lare n.J Fine Assortment of Furniture
Him! 100111 Setts,
SOFiS LOIAGES, TIBLF-S C II I IRS,
DIRS, CRIBS, Jlc. A.r.
All of hict srill " at etraordinrjr kr prices for Cass
Wc nofrture to Order alt kinds of Mattres in Hair. El
cet.r and ftraw, ml hut also oo hand Feather,
tlair. Mmm. Kure nl Straw Pillow.
J out receive,! an Invoice of the)
Celebrated ion Plus Ultra
SI?IlIISr& BEDS !
Ctyy, Comf'Xtabl, t'hep arul ConTenienL
Window Cornices made to Order, and
Matting laid and taken np.
Rmroaber the a"Mre-.
J IIDI'I' Jk. CO ,
war2T No. 7 4 KIXO STKI.ET.
FIRST PRIZE MEDALS !
ISA W A I a A I SI A X 1S.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS !
(Imparled r'rrr f Dulf.)
Ex. Am. S. S. "City of New York,"
and Am BU. "D. C. Murray."
Anl Coni'3(.n ..fa Liry;? Ajortm-r.t of
PRINTS & DRESS GOODS
PrinteJ Piqaea, Lai., l'..n.
Bcra-il", M.n:re, !k. Fancy
II rte. Hia.lk'rchi' f. Shawl.
.. .I Ti.weU, Bltnkrta
While an 1 Hcjo Ctl .,
C'.t n MiiiorN. CotloJes,
SI C II AS
Coats and Pants of Cassimere
2Z!2ii Ccttcnade, Duck,
&C &C. &C, &C.
Blanket Liued Su.ts.
shirt, while, fji.c), oarkl, etc.,
?'';. I nder Shirts. Drawers, etc
T For a!e at lm Rats by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
iotice to Travellers !
IVIR. H. P, WOOD
IIA BEEN AI PDI.MKD Af.ENT AT
MAHUKONA and KOHALA
"'V, roB the
s. r. & mmm mww to.
OFFICE AT DR. WIGHT'S STORE.
ST Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Address :
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
EH. J. ROSE
,"11 V VKtRS f;c. WIIKN I WAS AN
i'-M appnrritiee .a '-tT ar.J . w h'-p t, o.i to Coon
buai n(f ii'.wg on the smvo trnrb of the I;r.i5n K:vr. t -r
Cu l" M.:'., New J -rvy. So o-- r.:j.t e tr.ek-l n ..!
Coon to a Urye Sycamore or l:a:'...Dv.,-J Ifrt, we f.icj
wLer the old Cooa went in. The hole vu about one hia
dred and atTenty feel from the groar.a - Hold on Ro. can
not you Ue off afewlncheiol that." So, Id, n't think- I
can Bdea that Carrlaf t Maker that eiabi:hed a Carn
Shop in Eifhteen Ruodred an J SiKty-flre in Uosoluiu. l
t come down focr or fir yean. I then wiil drop f.om four
to Ctc feet. At acy rata tht ho. wai to h:th that ncce of a.
boya eould get to iu We eallel oi tha owner of the tr-e ad
he would not allow tha tree to be cat. We beard the ftory
and our bloid waa tt riel 8j we mastered a party of at'.ut
fifteen of the beat o L'i boya aod wett f ,r tbe old C-x,n. Yft
were bound to Lava him aoyhow. None of us boya couid
climb op to the hvle. ao we were puzzled wbat to d finally e
l"J out the hole a here the old Coon waa. ao high up in th
(real tree, and we not harin( the rtnnio capac.ty of th-; re
nowned Dattd Crockett r.r the musical pow-ri to charm,
resorted to atratey. Vea, aa Artecnua Ward would aay.
atratege my boya. Three boy were dispatched for a larse
bottle of petrol-um oil .,ld on Loke, we had no petroleum
I hem day . " I mean they went fir a larjce boti le of Turpen
tine, and fire boya went for the Ur'st pole to attch t ..ir-thet
to rea"h the hole. Iheb u.eof turpeiitio' was huo; to the
ecd of the pole, aod then raised up f the hole, ami thrust
partly into it, we thtn took a ihot fun and ihot the b.,tt!e to
piece, the content ran down into the tree, but no Coon ap
peared, we than attached lighted torch and raited it to the
Then came a bust of thundering found,
That Cooo, Ub. wbrre waa he t
Ask of the flames that leaped around
That bole, in lbeol-1 Baitonwood tree.
lie came tearing out with a bound.
At one awful leap, be reached the (round.
And found himself in KOsfa ail'jl'. where
Wc IYIay Go and Sec
Those iice Carriages
KOSL IS HUII,DIXG !
We Are Turning Out All Kinds of
TOP PHEATONS, BUGGIES,
Everything that Runs on Wheels
ALL KINDS OK
ON II AND AND FOR SALE.
r1 pokes. Hubs, Felloe and Bent Kim.
IRON and COAL
liaving a Urge Lot of Coal on hind, I am bound to get
rid of, at the LoWhftT SPOT PRICES. Also,
ALL KINDS OF IRON
Having a Large Lot on the way.
All Kinds of BLACKSMITHING
DONE AT SHORT OTICE.
Artesian Well Work
PROMPTLY ATTEMlEI) TO.
In fact, everything that is made of Iron, Wood W.'rk, Taint
ing, Trimming. Plating. lUo,
ALL KINDS OF H AR1MES 1
Saddle, Bridle, Collars, llamea.
I HAVE A CHOICE LOT OF
English and Americtn Saddle, Curry Combs, Whips,
in fact, one thousand Articles worth mentioning.
I HAVE FOR SILK LOTS OF
Blue Rock and Carrier Pigeons.
Nice Berkshire Pigs,
Brown and White Leghorn Eggs, Three
Dollars for 13 good, healthy Fowls,
I also hare on hand a large lot of
a j- t
Imported by me at treat eiense from the Delaware River,
which I ket-p toGIV K AWAY. Tartiea having Large Ponds
who wish to stock them with fish. They will do well in
brackish or fre.sh water. Anyone wishing these fish will
please send direct to me, and they will be supplied.
Shops en Ring strrrt, o. .', 7, 0, si and 3-
N- B- All Kinds of FISH NETS constant
ly on hand and For Sale Cheap.
TO THE PUBLIC
VVE II AVE RECENTLY OPENED THE
premises at No. I 8 Nuuano treet, intending to carry
on business as
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Our long experience as MKCII tNICS warrant ua in si -in;
that our new venture will meet a want lung felt in tl.is
All Orders we may be Favored With.
Attended to under our own Personal
And executed in a thorough, competent and workmanlike
manner, on the most approved Sanitary Principled.
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
WE TRL.Sr TC MERIT A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE !
And we jhall at all times endeavor to g.ve our Patrons
the utmrwt atif:tction. both in perfection ol
Work and Moderate Cliarg'-J.
IIousoJ ialxii T rV Worls.
BATHS, WATKR CI.OSKTS, WASH liOWI.S, Ktf.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Special Attention given to the fitting up of the SPRINO
FIfcLD UAs MACIIIXK.
BROWN Jk. PHILLIPS.
Plumber. G Fittera and Coppersmith.
Oppoeite F. T, Lenehan : Co.. No. 18 Nuuanu St. marl Era
Heal instate For Sale.
A Very Pleasant and Roomy Cottage
For S.lr J
with Yard, fiar.len an l Outhouse", in a di irjb!e lorition and
a short walkinji di"tance from the post otfic-e. It contains a
l-arpe Parlor, Kin.nK Koota. 3 or 4 linlrornns, 2 Pantri. .
K ilehen w:lh Brick Chimney and has Verandahs at H e frnt.t
and back. Also Servants' llnuse, Bath House, Carri-ipo Sh- I.
Sth!es f .r two llore. Wood .-hed. etc. PRICK L'V AM
IEKM KASY. A Urrfe portion of trie purchase monft linv
remain on niortifnge on the premises. Title perlect and war
j j- '( K SALE a Smaller Cotl-ii, a.lj ining a.e
alcove, su.ubie for a r-uiall Family, and :iil uu.ier h-a-e.
lma rtf HLOO ST A NO EN W A LI. M. l
Hflvino pst.ed the F.ff'ipnrt,T f
wsaaW -' -a. ssA.V WAltj w A
PATE1T WIRE HOI'EW IV !
Carrying Nnsir C,:in.
I have purchased from Vr. A.S. Haltiiie
The Exclusive Right of said Patent
II a w a i i a n I si :i 11 I ;
And hereby ive notice that I am prepared
To Furnish Material or Contract to erect
Lines of any desired Length or
Parties interested in the transportation of Sugar Cm
Sugar, Fuel or Merchandise, especially ever hroken and d.rF.
cuit rround. are invited to inspect the line workit.ff upon try
ploutat.on at Kealia. or the profile cf the same on view a: the
Office of Messrs. W. O Irwin A Co . Honolulu.
Any information will be rheerlully given by the und- rsici 1
or by MR J M. THOMPSON, care Mr.r. Irw;n Co
will iuiI localities where lines may be desired, anu urt, .,ro.
profiles and esiima:es for the fame. -
mr4tf Z. S. SRALDINC.
THE BEAVER SALOON.
NO 7 FORT STREET.
H-js:te W ndrr Co'
I bl. J. XOLTE, lropr.,
I i p riu 3 a. m. till 10 r. m.
FIRvr-ll.s'S LIMHI-S TKA. (OIFKI
(lli UATKR, GIXjKR ALE, &.r.
Ci sai!s ix ncl Tolaccos
OF B EST BRANDS,
fia F.r,-y FIIES Personally Selected from the Man.
uf-ctareM. aaJ a Lar Var.ety cf BEST QUA LIT If
L ii-n cf BILLI AR LS will Bad an t ,.ct
BRUNSWICK & CO., BILLIARD TABLE
on the Premies.
The i'r nerr wouiJ be pleaac-d to receive a call from hi
i r nrt.Jj aad he PuMic Uer.erally, who may deaire
1 A l.rCH, SMIIhHonpBH BILLIARDS.
pstf Jmy 1
West c Page,
Shops on Queen Street, adjoining
H. Hackfeld & Co..
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cane and Dump Carts.
ALSO. ATTEND TO
All Order Fill 1 1 with Promptness ami Dispatch.
V EST A N D I A C E
O i clooii AVest,
Importer c Dealer
IN ALL KINDS OF
CARRIAGE MATERIALS I
Bar Iron, of all sizes,
SOLE A (i E N T FOR THE
Cortland Wagon Co,
OF NEW YORK. apl tl
Three of the Above
FIRE PROOF SAFES
El.ivc witliiti llie lust
U tiBontlis succcssfiilly
Attempts of Burglars
Vt to Iisive sibsolutc
sceiirily utlvisc parties
IT I RE, ELlJXl
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN
For Cuts, Etc.,
GENERAL AGENT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
"0 SALE CHEAP
1T Einjuir- at the Olfii e of
jiwnoc.f Hawaiian Hotel.
"'1KV DR. UICORD'S FKKVCH R K-
t-i. I srORATlVE IMLLS. A specie "for exhausted
vitality, impotence, physical debility, wasted lorce3,etc. Ap
pmved by the Academy of Medicine of Paris and by the medi
cal cek-l-ri:... of the world. Agents f.r California and the
I'-.ifi-Stat.s. J. G. STEELE CO.. 60S Market Street
(Palace Hotel) San Francisco, Ckl. Pen by mail or ei press
seiltd ffm observation. B. x ol fifty, $1 50; of 10o, $J 757
of iuo.f 5; of 4D0. $S. SEND FOR CIRCCLAR.
Views of the Islands by a late Govern
(From tht S. F. Argonaut, June 21th )
The !tn--iwioh Islands are destined to present
to our statesmen jt consideration some new and
intricate TK.iitic.il problems. Our country can
not Leome indifferent to tliis islnd t:eij;Lb.r in
our western ea. It is the postern dour of our
continent. It is tLe natural outpost, in a inili
tarr senie. ol the wet-tern side of our couLtrr,
necessary for our protection and defense, and
necessary as an adjunct to our commercial inter
course with all the people Ix-youd us. The Uni
ted States has had no colonial policy, further
than the general resolve that the country need
ed no dependencies off her main land. Hence
all attempts looking towards the acquisition of
Cuba or banto Domingo have met with but little
favor. Cuba belongs to Spain, and, so far as we
are concerned, is substantially well governed.
The Ilawaiian archipelago presents different con
ditions in all respects. It is tut generis among
nations. Its original people are rapidly passing
away, destroyed by disease. Worn out with at
tritioa with other ople, the native population
is wasting, and now numbers, all told, about
forty-four thousand people a native population
about equaling that of Alameda county, and yet
persisting in the parody of a royal government.
It supports a Kanaka king, with a crown costing
ten thousand dollars, with thirty thousand dol
lars to be added for a coronation frolic; a palace
costing as much as a wealthy gentleman's coun
try seat; an army not as large as a city's police
force; a navy not equal to a yacht club; a house
of nobles and a legislative assembly of half-civilized
pagans, who own no appreciable part of the
country's property, and pay no percentage of
the nation's taxes; orders of nobility with deco
tions of honor; all the pomp, ceremony, and
small nonsense of a court; all the trappings,
pageantry, and bright colors of a national baby
how. The king has just returned from a trip
around the world, where he has been received as
a monarch. Only think of Victoria Eegina, Em
press of India and Queen of Great Britain and
Ireland, giving a reception to this black mon
arch of a country not half so large as her crowu
lands, but who draws from his taxed people a
royal salary nearly twice as large a3 the Repub
lic of tbe United States, with its fifty millions of
people, pays to its chief magistrate. In this
age, when the people are asserting the majesty
of their power: in this generation, which has ac
complished the unification of Germany into a
great empire, and Italy into a consolidated king
dom; that has taken civil authority from the
Pope; that in France has destroyed the dynasty
of Napoleon, and on its bloody ruins laid broad
and deep the foundations of a republic, this lit
tle Kanaka sugar-patch seems the very travesty
of government. It may live, and for a time en
dure. Its very feebleness and insignificance
may preserve it.
But it seems strange, whan Nihilism shakes
the foundation of the rule of the Romanoffs,
when agrarian Ireland sets at defiance the power
of the British law, and socialism colors the
legislation of the German Empire, that this
black-cork exhibition, with a king in the centre,
a native bones at one end of the cabinet, and a
Mormon adventurer at the other, can endure.
It cannot endure, for it is even now, with all its
seeming propriety, but a bubble dancing in the
wind. Its population is composed of twelve
thousaud adult half-leperied Kanakas, fifteen
thousand adult Chinese, who have invaded its
valleys, purchased its lands, and debauched and
stolen its native women, and less than five thou
saud adult foreigners of all nationalities, who
monopolise the larger part of the property, the
larger part of the business, and all the enter
prise of the country. Yet the legislation of the
nation is under the control of the native popula
tion. In the Legislative Assembly are only two
white men. In the House of Nobles less than
half are of pure white blood. Offices are held,
taxes levied, and money expended by this na
tive Government. The revenues of this King
dom are ample, its business men are pros
perous, and real estate demands good prices.
The Reciprocity Treaty gives to the sugar
planters an annual bonus of some millions, and
there is a great temporary prosperity to the ma
jority of persons doing business at the Sand
wich Islands. As it is more than doubtful
whether the Government of the United States
will continue this treaty unless it obtains some
guarantee of their political control, it is well that
the men who own the property and do the busi
ness of the Islands should look forward to a
changed condition of affairs in event of certain
contingencies. To permit the natives of the
Ilawaiian Islands to have the sole political con
trol of them, under the rule of a vain, unintel
lectual, and capricious king, who delights in
palaces, crowns, armies, navies, and other royal
toys, is sure to ultimate in financial bankruptcy.
To permit an unrestricted immigration of Chi
nese is sure to result in making these Islands a
Chinese colony. Whether the population is in
creased by intermarriage with native women, or
by the importation of Chinese wives, or, as at
present, by the invasion of Chinese males, only
one result can follow, and that is the complete
Asiaticizing of the entire group of islands.
If there be any business men, planters, or goo'd
housewives who think the Chinese are to be
treated as a temporary convenience, to be re
moved at will, let them consider the history of
Chinese invasions of other lands, whose Go
vernments are far stronger than that of Hawaii,
and whose people could present against them a
much stouter resistance. The Chinese adults
to-day nearly equal iu number the adults of the
native-born and Europeans combined. In a
conflict, the Chinese combined would drive
Europeans aud Kanakas into the sea, for it
would be China against Europe, with the na
tives standing by to cry " Pull friar, pull devil,"
Go it, husband, go it, bear,'' indifferent as to
which race should obtain mastery of their hills
iind valley?. Ia the meantime, as we learn
from many sources, the Americans, the English,
the Germans, and the Portuguese are divided into
cliques, rings, and small jarring factions, each
nationality desirous that its government should,
when the final wreck of this empire comes about,
obtain some advantage over the other nations.
To us at this distance, who look upon the whole
thing as a sort of child's play at national house
keeping, this seems very absurd. The future of
these Islands belongs to the intelligent Ameri
cans and Europeans. Between the Americans
and Europeans, those who have gone there, iden
tified their interests with the islauds, made their
homes, and taken their future with them, there
should be a community of feeling. Between the
Englishman and the American there should be
a sentiment of common brotherhood. Whatever
the English-Hawaiian may think of the American-Hawaiian
citizen, the fact is that they are
both of the same family, the same religion, the
same language, the same traditions, and the same
everything that will in time make their children,
as native Hawaiians, one in sympathy and one
in interest. Out of these Europeans there should
in time come to the Hawaiian Islands a Hawaii
an nationality as distinctive as the Americans
to America. From all parts of Europe, and all
its people, we in America have produced a new
race. It is not Saxon, Celt, or Teuton; it is
American. Because the Americans originally
occupied the Sandwich Islands, and through
their missionaries took possession of them; and
because of their physical geography, their near
ness to our coast, and the indispensable necessi
ty that our government should have political
control over them, all European residents of the
islands should favor the friendly political pro
tectorate of the United States. Our Government
asks no favors of the islands; it only asks that it
may do them favors: that it may encourage there
the establishment of a civilized Government of
Christian, white, and progressive people. If
these islauds stood in the saiae relation, com
mercially, politically, and loyally to England,
France, Germany, or indeed t j any of the strong
governments of Europe, we would be in favor of
either of those Governments extending to them a
political protectorate. That is all that our gov
ernment desires. But it will not submit to Eng
lish, French, or German control. It will not
submit if all the Hawaiians aud all the Ilawaiian
dead should come from their graves, and all the
Hawaiians living king, nobles, and taro-patch
proprietors should favor it. The United States
government will not permit any other govern
ment on earth to put its paws upon this island
r"lm. Our own Government is its heir-at-law
Dealer ".'esiduary legatee, and will contest any
"""Msnt iniililiT one of the Rameha-
-ill ... "t cf I'ineJi " iiB"tiJl utr"-
irMau...-.,.; . wjn plead uuduem
nieua dynasty to cliw .d m-chamc b. hat will ev-at-law.
Our Government promptly anj -lt in tue
tluence in the making of any devise ..:awaiiau
er put queen, kaiser, or French Preside! hum
attitude of guardian ad I Htm to the H pro
people; and before we will submit to auii en,
bug in this direction wa will settle it in theinthis
bate of war. Let the Hawaiian Eu!i5hiu;v-
trenchmen, Germans, aud Portuguese put t. sue J
in their pipes and smoke it. Whenever the eo, ur
eminent of the Hawaiian Islauds passes out from ,
uu.ier me control of those who live upon them
they will come under the control of th- Coma-ess
of tw United States of America. Whether It be
by annei;H0n military protectorate, with our
"UsV-.w ??chbowl and our ships of war in
tL tjf " Ilonoa, by becoming a colon v,
or iu a friendly relation by treaty, thy will be
American when they cease to be Hawaiian. They
oujht to become a republic, and every native
born white man on the islands, and eTery intel
ligent white foreigner, ought to unite in making
them a republic, with a property and intelligent
voting qualification. And during the prelimi
nary steps to this national reorganization an
American man-of-war should be invited to fling
its banner to the breeze in the harbor of Hono
lulu. It is a Isr.d of great promise, fertile of
soil, and genial in climate. It produces sugar
and fruits. It is cue of the world's sanitariums
and pleasure resorts. This is the age of steam
travel. It is on one of the world's great high
ways of travel. It would make a beautiful little
pocket republic, and if the Americans and Eu
ropeans have not the hense to 6ee that their in
terest lies in unity and cooperation, they deserve
to be supplanted and driven away by the Chinese
and East Indian coolies.
Our Government is now paying soma three
million dollars annually to this Kanaka people
a bounty of fifty dollars p6r ton on the sugar
they raise. Every Englishman or other foreign
er who pockets our American money and then
plots against America and its ultimate political
control of the country, is not only ungrateful,
but he had better inquire of himself how long
he thinks our Congress will endure this one-sided
busiuess. What is our country getting for its
generous treatment? Commercially, we make
no money out of the Sandwich Islands, and so
far as the matter is to be regarded from a finan
cial and business standpoint, it makes but little
difference if this shell of a kingdom should col
lapse to-day, next month, or next year. But our
government will soon tire of keeping 'it alives if,
during the feeble remnant of its existence, it is
to be controlled by an unfriendly king, a cabinet
that is plotting against the United States and the
interests of her citizens, and a native popula
tion who hate Americans. The future of the
Sandwich Islands is marked out for them. The
rule of native islanders and native dynasty is
necessarily short-lived, and the shorter-lived the
better. The sooner this fact is recognized aud
acted upon, the better it will be for both native
and adopted citizens, aud the better it will be
for the king, and such of the natives as may be
worth preserving. Their political control lies
with the Government of the United States and
none other. Hence, when we advise the men of
the white race, and those who own the property
of the Hawaiian group, that they should act iif
friendly co-operation with our Government, we
simply advise them for their own interests. Let
them come together and agree upon a form of
government for themselves, and whether it shall
be republican or monarchical, let them invite the
Government of the United States to become its
political sponsor, guardian and next friend. The
time is coming when the men who own the Sand
wich Islands, whether they be French, German,
Portuguese, English, or American by birth or de
scent, will be called upou to act, and when that
time comes it will require some brains, some
nerve, some integrity, some memory of favors
and gratitude for them, and a great deal of good
sense. The reciprocity treaty will not be renewed
if its coutinuance is to encourage the anti-American
feeling now so strong at the islands.
But whether renewed or not, no other govern
ment will obtain political control of the islands,
and they will not be permitted to fall under the
civilization of China or East India.
As in almost every similar case of popular re
volt and insurrectionary riot, dear food and star
vation fur the poor are at the bottom of the pre
sent troubles in Egypt. At such times tha popu
lace seize upon some current political cry, and the
Egyptian in their misery have aUied themselves
to Arabi Pasha and his party, hoping to find in
their policy, which at le:ist professes to be a na
tional one, some relief from the distress that has
come upon the land. Their insurrection has
frightened the Khedive into putting Arabi into
power, or has encouraged him to carry out his own
wish to do so, it is doubtful which. The distress
in Egypt is so great that a dispatch says that
" even the natives talk of quitting the country.
Next year's crops are ruined, and it is difficult to
see what is to prevent famine."
THE FEELING IX EGYPT.
The position taken up by Arabi Pasha and his
party is thus reported : Arabi Pasha says he will
resist to the death every pretense on the part
of the enemies of Egypt to interfere with their
affairs. He says he cannot regard any settlement
as satisfactory until the fleets have been withdrawn,
lie is reported to be bent on " harassing the
Europeans, " and to have openly declared that to
be his intention. He is also reported to have said
that if the Porte abandons him, he will publish
correspondence proving that every step he has
taken since the 7th of September last waa insti
gated by the Porte. The Porte is said to suspect
him of a desire to put himself at the head of the
Pan-Islamist movement, the object of which is to
depose the Sultan from the Caliphate and create
an Arabian Caliphate to regenerate the Mahom
medau world and revive the ancient glories of the
After some discussion all the European powers
consented to a conference on Egyptian affairs, but
the Torte refused to recognize the necessity for
this measure. Little had been done; the last news
to hand runs as follows : ' The first sitting of the
Conference lasted several hours. The only dif
ference manifested were with reference to the con
tingency of military occupation and to financial
control. In the sitting of Sunday, during the dis
cussion of the rights of the Sultan over Egypt, the
tendency was manifested to confirm those" rights
on a basis precluding the idea of Egypt again be
coming a Turkish province." The proceedings of
the second and third meetings were not made pub
lic. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
Even before the Conference was decided upon
preparations for an armed occupation of Egypt
were begun by England with the countenance of
France. In the event of armed interference be
ing found necessary, France would take an active
share. At Marseilles active preparations were be
ing made, and 10.000 troops were to be
ready for instant service. The preparations
for war made by England had assumed quite
formidable proportions, and there can be little
doubt that the necessity of occupying Egypt and
protecting-the Suez Canal is believed by the British
Government to be imminent. Arrangements have
been made to despatch 40.000 troops to Egypt in
stantly that the word is given, and COOO had been
embarked at Portsmouth for the Mediterranean.
The open threats that the commencement of a war
will be used as the opportunity for an insurrection
in Ireland, do not appear to have deterred the
British Government in the least from their prepar
Raring in Eosland. An Amerifan Horse U'ios.
London. June 22J. The Beaufort handi
cap at Stock-bridge tvas won by the Ameri
can horse Golden Gate, Windsor second,
The Situation in Egypt.
London, June 21st. A dispatch from
Alexandria states the Sultan is urging the
Khedive to return to Ciiro, and several
Americans, including Stone Pasha, gave
him similir advice.
The Ministers have ordered all Europeans
in the employ of the Egyptian government
to return to Cairo, and to work.
Another dispatch, reports the Khedive
hns written to Arabi Pasha intrusting him
with the entire command of the army.
Constantinople, June 22. The Embas
sadors met to d iy, and as soon as the instruc
tions for the German and Austrian repre
sentatives arrive a Conference will be held.
The equipment of Russian war vessels at Cron
stadt for the Pacific is being carried on with in
creased activity. In the course of the next six
months ehipe, capable of carrying together
8.000 -troops, will he stationed in the Russian Pa
cific ports. On account of the maintenance of this
large squadron the Russian Government contem
plates the construction of a fi jatin dock and ship
building yard at Vladiv ostock. China is also re
ported to enlarge her naval armament. II. M. S.
Swiftsure, armor-plated, 18, Capt II. C. Aitche
son, sailed from Plymouth on the ISth instant
fjr the Pacific, to relieve the Triumph as flagship
on that station. Both vessels will probably meet
at Sandy Point, Magellan Straits, when Admiral
Lyons will transfer his fl.iz. Admiral John Alex
ander Duntze, who in 1529 was Captain of II. M.
S. Tribune in the Pacific, has ju9t died, aged 70.
The Kale, Rothfos master, sailed 4th inst., from
Bremen for Honolulu.
Prison Privileges. The late Dr. Cook, of
Iladdinston, who was minister of the first charge,
officiated as prison chaplain. On one occasion he
Verved amon the prisoners an old woman who
, been a (requent inmate. 4i Here af;ain,
Ot, " Mie doctor said, to which Mary replied,
had Lwhaur could I be better? I get
Mary?' ' -nv claes, an' I hae the bene-
Aweel, sir, . "
mj meat, an' I get k
fit o' your ministrations.
.A.. TV". I3XJSII, !Mana gei?.
!ay, Grain and Mixed Feed,
of .ill lir.ds k pt .u.:atr.!y in ux-k and U at a shade bcl w regular rates.
OCR MANAGER VISITS SAN FKANCIMO KKGl l.ARLV FOR THE I'URPUiK Or
buyicg ui oar turpUes, aoJ at w buy in Larger Quantities than any other dealer.
A ' D AT THE SAME TIME SECURE
s at BOTTOM
Yit. are prep tred to Supply our
WE HAVE NOW ON II AND THE LARGEST STOCK OF
HAY, GRAIN .V7VI lEKD
FOB ILL KIXDS OF STOCK, TH.r Cl CK 101X1) AMHIILUF. IN Till! (11V. AM) ABE PRE
P1UFI) TO I I UMSlI Ollt riUFJXDS ON TUF. OTIIFK 1M.IADS W ITII
CABGO LOTS if .Required.
WESELL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
and respectfully solicit order from te NM A I.I.ER I E A I.ERS to whom we are prepared
to nitkesperl.il rates f.r any purchase of over
By prompt atleution to the wauls of our numerous customers tve hoiie for a coutinuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed
upon us iu the paM, an 1 it will be our cnJeaTor to keep ou hand ut all times
FEED OF THE KFST (IUALITY.
Careful Attention Given to the Shipping of Orders to other Islands.
AND PROMPT DEALING GUARANTEED.
OCIl MANAOKll will visit San Francisco by th next steamer b purclnse fresh supplies for ur already eatenslrs tock
and will be happy to execute any or.lers for itools that my Its reiiuirert by our patrmi
FREE OF CHARGE.
All Orders to be sent to
ap13-tf MAXA?J:t OF UXIOX FEUD CO.
CARRIAGE MAKER !
RESPECTI'l'LIiY AXXOL'.NXKS THAT
Opened a Shop on Fori street,
Above ITote! (in the Old dovernmcnt Kuildirgs), nhero
he is prepared to build
LATEST and BEST DESIGNS !
First-Class Mechanics Employed
And jNotliing But
Carefully Selected Materials Used
G?" Particular and Pramjd Attention
given to All Kinds of Repairing.
ORDERS FROM TIIK OTIIF.lt ISLANDS
W I Ij tt BE FA IT II FC I.I..V
ATTKXDED TO. n.Krlb iuj
WE fcXl'ECT I'KH
Due in all May, a Small l,'.t .f the C I. hraie I j
PILSENER BEER ! -
Which we Offer, "to Arrive," in yuantiti- s
to Suit I'uichS'-rs. Also,
WINES A LIQUORS
m2w7-lm KI. II!1 1'Sf lUMJ.lM L l.
TUC DflVAS QT mil5 f
I llsssi HUIflsU U i lllfilli
Only JIae Si i ia c ?3:jI'
RUNS EITHER FORWARD or BACKWARD.
Ani continues to -ew i'i the ar.ie J:: e -'.i -n .
F O Tl S .A. JL. K
W Hi L L ' s
NEW MUSIC STORE !
107 FORT STRKKT.
spill A K A. ti.isr.iti
BARN comprise the firm nf C A. lii.Kv .v o , 1 j
lag business as Cane planters at M ailol.a. Island of Maui.
Wailuku, Maui, May 1, lhi2. jul'J .
C A. S HE
FriooJs and Patron at prices that will
HAY OR GRAIN.
A VIM; ON' SK.VKIUL OCCASIONS
IB itiscn the pu'.llc f;.lenr of thorough competence In
TUNING & REGULATING PIANOFORTES
In which he bus had long ex)ertcnce.
ME. ISIDOE R0SE2TCRA1TTZ.
lti'trrs tu (lie following Testimonial!
Till" m i Ci:rrll- Y that after a careful pxanitnatlon of
the Kift and it ri lie.' of Mr. LSI DDK HOSKNCKANTZ
in lti'Kiilntinii ""'I Tumiin I'limm, I modi willingly sub.
Ki rilx- mv name lu iironoiuiciiiu linu a most competent
and thlei'iti-d artist iu lint culling, ami take great pleasur
in rcroiiimeiHliiifi lmu to all who UoHire the servloes of a
Hiii'trior ninter. llphpct tf ally. H. BEHOER,
I -i;-h also tn acquaint the public In the same manner with
my capability iu giving lessons In
VOCAL, and INSTRUMENTAL. MUSIC !
after the must approved Kuroein inethoils, '
Address: IMIMIK KOf ENCRA.8TI.
Thruiu'a Kurt ft. Store,
JuJ9 lw lin or 1'aluter's lrug Store,
in 11 Ira
JAS. G. HAYSELDEN,
ARCHITECT & BUILDER,
V HONOIATI.U, II. I.
"Detail BrawixiKS !
Made on aj plic ili n ati'l at dhorl nmioe.
Estimates Given on all Work
'it,ii' c I. .1 with the
Build irig Trade,
h-lh-T II be In
IRON STONE. BRICK. CONCRETE.
BRIDGE OR WOOD WORK
W i ,1 viMt xi.y prt -if II, e other Islands to KSTIMATF
hi,. I Ml AW n.ANt f'.r proposed
Mnrso RrU rrnc nr Rnclrlnnpoc
!' 1 "mou. ..uo,uv..
' Ma,iifirnt,.,u ut Old lluihlm.j, m Uptetulity.
First Class Work Guaranteed
AIM-KI t- : .I AS, II A 1 SELDKV,
fare ,l Architect h Builder.
S. i. W.I.I r A. Co , llono'ulu. II. aiM If
Switches, Curls, Scaas, Coquets, Waves,
Wigs, etc , etc
Ml:-. I!l'U'il- ), on h.uid f .r .wle. a very select Block
f.l !i.v; Lie a'-d o-lo-r M.ir I'ins. Invisible Hair Nets,
Crni.p:i l'i' ' I'i'.chii.K Irons, Coronets, Lnfee Pine
Pluck Como. It m i.i; n','1 l-'me Combs, Chlld
r,'n'i . i I su l Itiitber Hound Combe,
II ... r l.ru-V r. Hair nil. Pine gasliliee of
C.!'i'!i s. I'.y Kuril and Florida
W ii. r, fioe r'a'-e I m Jers and
t .'a. inn' , line, i tr . -Ac Alto
in.: i.i.i hit aixi
WarraiitfiJ t c! in ihi frculp and Hair from all
VAi:s. (OitKTS and OIHIiU HAIKUOBK!
li. lrc.se an I Pip- 1 to Order, and at Short Notice.
1 r I'.' iin-ujb-r tl..; ad lrisi, i!lS Fort ftreet, nearly Opposite
th- Kort St--t -' I." '-I. TM.t.l'ilONK NUMRKK Ib'l.
'pj-s-if Mlt. ItL'KUESS.
Sl KOItT STREET,
Importer and Dealer in
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS
! .' A- Shoe.
MADE TO ORDER.
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