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Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Poeket Cutlery, ete., cte.
,ifents' Furnishing' Goods, TrmJcft Tfyli&es,
Tmvcllbg'Bit&s, Watctrfs, Diamonds, JeweJeryaxitf Saw-TareVcte.'
Norttuvut Comer of Fort and Merchant sts., Hooolnlu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT
Can atwnys be- found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Gooas,
S3 Call and Select one of thou Oelohratod "
Gold Medal Waltham Watches
TV. S. X.nee.
A. W. Bush.
.Union Eeed Company
Largest and Best .Stock
BM, GRAIN AND FEED
Of AU description, And guarantees to keep a full supply
ooiiKtaiitly on hand.
JSTSond orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
WILDER & Co.,
Gonoral Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York,
Tho Largest, Safest aud Most
Economical Life Insurance Co
' in the world,
For Information concerning the
Company and for rate of insurance
apply to Wilder 8c Co., General
Agents ; or J. E. Wiseman, SoKcit
ng Agent. 71
FIRE WOOD !
jSLt $10 a Cord.
J37 im P.M.S.S. Wharf.
FIRE WOOD !
First quality of bvst fire wood
For Sale Cheap!
Jtlther In cord wood or cut andnplttto
ordr. J" All wood delivered to
any part of ihe city without
Send orders tr
Enterprise Planing Mills,
1 147 Fort street.
JuRt received ox Turnefis Abbey
1200 Coils of Manila
and Steal Rope, all sizes.
For sale low by
SQ 2m A. W. relrce & Co.
THE OLD CORNER
, Establishes, 1858.
Ham Bnos., t Proprietors.
Served up In flrst-elasa style at all hours
Op sn from Sfe. m. to 10 p. a.
1 Always on hand e
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c., Ac. Also,
Per D. C. Murray
A new lot of cloth backed
36, 42, and 58 inches wide:
Tracing paper in sheets,
Triangles and Color Slant
Dixon's Drawing Pencils
Blank Books, Fools Cap,
Thumb Tacks, and a fine assortment
of Notarial Bccord Books,
Supreme Court Scrap Books,
Register of Actlcnw.
or Bill Cases, Ac, Ac.'o.vio.
J. W. Robertson & Go.
ffi .aitt; n;
.T.TH 7f"r, gr-iTlr,-
WEDESDJiy,. AUGUST ?f 188?.
transpired thjjj-nndqrj cover of the
truce, tho Egyptian troops hadevac
uaed" tl je. f orte-yiSd 'retired jjpux .the
city, which" had bVcD set'ori fire by
released 'convicts',, and wa 'being
pniageu ny uanas or saaranaera,
who. had attacked the Kurbpcan
quarter, aud massacred many of the
residents. On tho same dav. the
12thTaparty of lihjo jackets Warn
ashore, and blevr'tlpi the guns on the
forts, the- Egyptians offering no re
sistance. Next day a British force
was landed for the- purpose of
checking the conflagration, and pnt-ting.a-stop-tojootmg;
and a body
of British marines were stationed at
the. palace of Ras-ol-Tin to guard
uio ivneuive, who, alter -passing
inrougn much danger, nacl succeed'
od.tn reaching that place. iAfter
tho collapse of the Eiryptinn defence.
Arabi Bey made his escape from the
cityjn, a boat, having previously, it
is said, gtyen, orders that the Khe
dive 'should be murdered and tho
city sacked. The- army dispersed
into the interior without attemntina
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to oppose- the. .British landing.: . On
tha 15th tho forts and citv we're oc-
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vupien jjy juejuritisn, ana other war
vessels m the harbour, with the ex
ception of France and Italy, landed
forces to assist the British admiral
in restoring' order. iV. Z. Herald,
i0w : !
, -ifT Importerj and Dalers In ,Uai
iSardwar Agriciflturah Impiements,
, ' " lfouse, Jpmishing..Goods, Timta, Oils, Varnishes, &c.l ' "' ,
1 Have made lafg additions to their stock of . . .
i ,l ' '" goods iA
V'U' ' V 'whlfH tWvTk the attention of buyere'.'1 v " ' ,"i ld '
Simple and cheap devices for holding OMWlilEatojns
unacrneatn tnenoay oi.a carnage, for tho purpoaa ox. ;., v r, ,,H
Ulunduatlng the roxdway. , " , ,.
erTuhuiar . ' " . ;:
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BViJsWi ' .
All styles of Tubular
New- styles 6T Jlows, Haryo ,r y , ,
' A fall lino of Tinware, and many Kov.eltles, sew othls market,- too
numerous to mention, , , ' , . x (l-
Call and. examine am- stocfc"
J 25 ' " . n -L.I)lLLINGllAM&,CO.,FortStxeftf.
Will be paid for information thai
will lend to tho conviction of
whoever maliciously cut tho toil
featbove off, and plucked the bade
and brt-ust feathers out of a Fcacock
belonging to me. A further reward
of $10 will bu paid for informatiou
kwliug to tho conviction of whoever
stole 3 l'eachicks about a month old,
belonging to mo, from Pirnan on
Wodnceday tho 21th ulto.
Geo. H. Lvcb. '
FowaLHUo Briton, Juua 9, 1882
WORN Is the' "
uHa WrbTjg WmmWWm KJc.
. JOHN N0TT,
Tin, Copper" anil' Sheef Dron'Worker,
J?lumber, GasFittor;, &d. J
Stoves mid' Ranges
Plumbers' stock and metals,
IIouso Furnishing Good9,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &o.
For ri at
A. VT. KickufttwWo
Anything to. get even with the ico
man is welcome. A cheap ice pitch
er which keeps tho' ice' a long-time
is made by placing between two
sheets of paper (newspaper will an
swer, but thick brown paper is bet
ter) a layer of cotton batting about
half an inch thick, fastening the
ends of paper and batting together
to form a circle or pelt, then sew a
crown mnde jn the same manner
over this", -thus makine'sfsdrt of
box; slip this over a. common pitcher,
uuea wan ice.
A fresh attack upon tho Jews in
Hungary is reported. The Emperor
of Austria will send a reinforcement
of troops to Upper Hungary for their
The St. Petersbnrg police have
tue names of 680 persons interested
in. Nihilist riots. A number of
officers hnve been transferred to
remote garrisons because their
loyalty was suspected.
The Illinois' Pfesbyterixn, like
their brethren id Ireland, "arc at wn.r
with each other as to the virtue or
vice of useing instrumental music in
tho churches. Meanwhile, the devil
and h!a"antrcls are hitrmbhlbus- 'aii'd
united in their work of gathering in
souls by lively music" or any other
The French Government has offer
ed a bounty of 'Seven and a half per
cent, to every Frenchman who. will
own a ship,, whether ittis built in
France or in a.forcjgn country. The
Government .found, after several
yearn experience,, that t'c. p;ohibit a
Frenchman from buying a ship
abroad killed the French mercantile
A loaded gnn was found at the
door of a Dublin Member of Parlia
ment, and the suspicion is expressed
that the presence of the- weapon im
plied a thrc'at. Quite an original
way to threaten a man. ;It might
the load and taking the gun, but the
Irish are famous for turning things
upside down. , T r,t
Vienna, May 24. Information
has just kreaolied that incendiaries
have destroyed Ariuagon, a village
fired tho place burned a number of
Jewish babies lallvo. ' ''
The ofllcial messenecr announces
that the Government is resbived to
punish inexorably all, outrages
against the persons and property of
Tho towais totallv burned. Tho
honseB from Grand ;Square to tho
Custom House have been plundered.
In tb square, itself, and.'other weal
thy European)- quartern,1 ilicro is
hardly a buildincr not ruined.
There arc, still Egyptian police on
duty, hoping to maintain order. Tho
entrance to the Bas-cI-Tin palace is
entirely destroyed. The base of the
iigiiinouso ts Dadiy damnged. En- Pava of Vootbt
ropcan .municipal .otllcere-state that ' Up.the Thomen, msrlow woods.
Arabi Pasha ordered tlio firing of the. I l'a,.D rOrt0,.i - " '
town, ami that tho soldier ,L n,,. ?" 9" .:-
first to begin plundering. to'
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Just Received ,
' " cxKalakana, " .
jTnblo and PIo Fruits,
V1ro T1na1cfniitnoAdi. nurh hh
t'ndlc Fish, Balradn and -
,. , Vie Pork a Mb. Tins,
Sultadle for families. For sale by
96 ' "' X. S. CLEo'uoitiK Co.'
At Mrs.. .A. M. Mcllis,Cloak.and-
Mnntle .Making pepartmcnt,;7
No. 101 Fort Street,1 ": :' Honolulu '.
Orders executed at short riottcol 'Va '
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Just Received, ;
1 Par bktne Eureka, a inli line of
Silk, merino aud cotton. j ,
Pajama Suits, Etc. '
91 A. W. Wchardspn & Co.
J. W. ROBERTSON & GO.,
Have just Received '. '
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following New Music:
Opera and Bourid Migic:
The rirates of Fentanoe,
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Mothrs's Blrth-plaee :'' " uiw:!!
Du Haiio-i.u liana, uanjo arrangement,
Pip me In rte Gohlcn'Sea, . f g - ;
Blue Alsatian MouiiUlns,
Slnt-c lant we met,
The White Rose from Mothet's'iOravp,
The Vorld goes round and found,
Dars oue inore'rlbTer for"to cross,
Tlie Mflntyre's, ' ' "
Oolir lor the cows,
Tho Old ltefrnln,
Vv llttln Knhv lirnth.r.
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Smith's Muslrnl Album, 13 3 4 8 0,.
Children's hour of Pleasure, , ,
Prlrc Piano Srhool;'by Karl Urbach,"
uems 01 niuieuici,
In the gonmng,
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noes your heart neat true, to me,
1 hold mv!hearbso.stlll.t -A
llnglit laud oj go
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