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8. M. CARTER,
J37 lro P.M.S.S. Wharf.
FIRE WOOD !
first quality of best flro wood
For Sale Cheap!
idther la cord wood or cut and split to
order. J All wood dellvorcd to
any part of the city without
Bend order to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
m 127 Tort Btreot.
COED AGE .
Just received ex Furneos Abbey,
1200 Coils of Manila
and SUal Hope, all size
For sale low by
22 2m A. W. Pelrcc & Co.
'"TTTHl be paid for information that
VV will lead to tho couvicton of
whoever maliciously cut the tail
feathers off, and plucked the back
and breast feathers out of a Peacock
belonging to mo. A furthor reward
of 810 will be paid for iuforaation
leading to tho conviction of whoever
irtolo 3 Peachicks about a month old,
iHilonging to me, from Pawaa on
"Wednesday the 24th ulto.
Geo. II. Luce.
rawaa, LUUo Britain, Juue 0, 1888
A. W. Buih.
THE OLD CORNER
Hjlrt Bnos., i i Froprietore.
Served up in first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. in. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
be., Ac. Alto, x
THE BEST SUSPENDER
WOBN Is tho
0or wU at " j
33 A- W. Riciurdboh'u
BOOK and JOB
EXECUTED AT TIIE
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SATURDAY AUGUST 0 S.8S2.
THE MX (IT THE MAN TROUBLES.
- No. 2.
peasant, proceeded to effect two
objects, viz: to free Egypt from
Turkish control and to sweep away
the dominant Mameluko military
caste. His successes over tho Turk
ish armies is a matter of history.
His victorious career was stayed
only by tho intervention of the Eu
ropean Powers, to whom Turkey
appealed. Still, however, Moham
med transformed himself from a
mere Pusha the position "which his
predecessors had occupied to an
independent potentate, owiug a not
vory well denned allegiance to a
Suezcrain. His destruction of the
Mamelukes is a talo of the story
books. Ho collected ' an army at
Cairo tocbastiso some tribes. Tho
Mameluko chieftains were invited to
tho citadel to witness tho ceremony
of the investing of his younger son
with a pelisse, and with the com
mand of the army. Once within the
fort tho gates were closed, and a fire
was opened upon the horsemen from
tho walla. They could not reply.
Onlyiono of the defenceless men
escaped, namely, Anim Bey, who
leaped from the parapet, his horse
being killed by the fall. The w.iys
of Mohammed were rough and ready.
His justification is that the Mame
lukes were a curse, and that it was a
question whether he should destroy
them or they should destroy him,
and while they oppressed and ruined
Egypt, his labors were directed to
serve the country. Ho opened
canals, settled tho lands, and was
such a wise and benevolent despot as
Carlylo loves to depict. His grand
son Abbes, was, a mere voluptuary,
and reigned but three yeais. Said
Pasha, who followed, w asMohara
med's son, and had much of the
spirit of his father. His reign is
rcnuirkablo, because ho granted the
concession to M. do Lcsscps for the
construction of the Suez Canal, and
because Egypt entered the foreign
market for tho first time asking for a
loan of 3,000,000 for internal im
provements. Said Pasha was succeeded by his
nephew. Whether Ismail Pasha ob
tained the succession by fair means
or foul is likely to remain a matter
of speculation for the historians, in
asmuch aa there is great difference
of opinion about the character of the
'accident" which cleared the way
for him to the throne. This incident
occurred in 1858. Said Pasha,, the
then Viceroy, .gavo & great We at
Alexandria, to which all niembcis of
the Royal family were invited. Such
an invitation is equivalent to a com
mand. The party included Achmet,
tho elder brother of Ismail, and also
the Prince Halim, the youngest, son
of Mohammed All. Ismail wai ab-'
sent through a sudden attack of ill
ness. The party travelled from
Cairo by special train. Midway be
tween the two cities is a famous
bridge over the Nile, built by Robeit
btepuenson, , witb a drawbridge
which opens and shuts to permit the
pasnago of the river craft. As the
train rushed down the stlopo tho
English engineer vsaw to his horror
that the drawbridge was open, leav
ing ajyawning space,, wlu'le the river
ran ueep anu raging ou loci neiow.
He did his best to avert the.catastro
phe, but in vain. Almost the only
survivor was Prince-' llalini, who
forced opun the door of the carriage
and took a flying leap iuto the river
clear of the tram. Prince llalim is
described as a worthy son of his
great , father, both in physique and
intellect, and his is a name which
may he expected to be heard of in
E&rvulinn history strain. In 1879
he wis put forwardvhy the Sultan to
succeed tie deposed .Ismail .Pasha,
and tho French arc said to be favor
able to his c'laimf. to-day.
Thus the reign of Ismail had a sus
picious commencement as well as a
bad endiug. Its most remarkable
featuro was the enormous expendi
ture countenanced by the Khedive,
the nominal object being to develop
Egyptian resources, whereas a largo
portion of the money weut in palace
proQigacicA, and in enriching corrupt
officials. When Ismail assumed
power the Egyptian" debt was
3,000,000, aDd when ho abdicated
in 1879 it etood at 105,184,880.
1 ' DILLING-HAM '& 'CO.v' ,
i Importers and Dealers In ,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing GoodB, Paints, Oils, Vamlehes, &c.
Have made large additions to their stock of
To which they Invito the attention of buyors. "
Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns
underneath the body of a carriage, for tho purposfl of
The '"Warner" Tubular
'All styles of Tubular"
New, styles of Plows,
A full line of Tinware, and rtany
Call and examine our stocli
125 , r .
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fittor, &c.
Stoves and , Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,'
House Furnishing' Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &x.
Tabic and Pie Fruits,
JjlceBieakfast Goods, such a?
Candle Fish, Salmon and
IUk I'ork In 31b. Tin.
Sultadle for families. For sale by
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,3 lwMoss&c?AESSS5ro I
II mil U " II I J I I.I ' 'H"'"1LU! '"""Wl I HJi hpiim
The riniu of rnxanoe,
Mothers! Birth-place; ' l
D Ualle-Lu Band, Banjo arrangeacnt,
Dip me In dc Golden Sea,
Blue Alsatian Mountains,' .
Sine lunt wa met,
Tho White Rose from Mother's Grave,
The World goes round and round,
D.irs one more rlbber for to cross,
Thf Old Refrain. .
My lltUo baby brother,
DayB of Youth, '
Up the Thnme, marlow woods.
Lit Diva Polka,
Jolly Utter Gallop,
The new Baco.net Galop,
PnM's Echo Bong, - i .
J. W. BOBERTSON & CO.,
Have just Received
The following New Music:
Opera and Bound Music: tJ&
Cultivators, &c, &o.
Novelties, new so this market, too
DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
U.UU.JL.JUIMI n ij-wi.i..jhu jwy.-nwJt.f-fMjuaJ1 ii,j mamB
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Cloak and
Mantle 'Making Department,
No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notioe. 72
Just Received, '
Tcr bktuo Knrtkn, a full lino of
Slllc, tnorino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
01 A. W. Richardson & co.
Mnlth's .MuMcnl Album, 1 2 3 i 0 0,
Children's hour of Pleasure, , . ,
Prize I'luno School, by Karl Urbacby
Gems of Wnldtcufel,
SngS: "a rA
i nil !'(. 'Pl ili
Blccu Dreams, " "- y
Iu the irlonmlncr. ' ' Si
Iu tho gloamlnp,
Anrftatl IhA finlrl.
My dear flttle Home o'er tho Sea i
Lui J: Morta, ' I
Poor little Swallow, ' ' "' '
Does your heart beat true to me, ' '
I bold my heart &o 'still, '
Her I lo e and her alone,
Hrlght land of gold,
Instrumental'- -? -
Itiual Festival a Rcoreailoa, -Vicissitudes
Hazel KlrkoTolU, "- '"-