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Importer and Dealer la
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Poekot Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents1 Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Bags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewolery and SUrer-waro, ot.
Northeast Comer of Furt ami Merchant fits., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT
Can always be found
, " Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1882.
SST Call and Select ono of thoso Colebrntcd -8
Gold Medal Waltham Watches
W. S. Lnco.
A. W. Bush,
Union Feed Company
Largest and Best Stock
HAY, GEAIN AND FEED
Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hand.
C"Sond orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu
FIRE WOOD I
Jt 10 a Cord.
J3T lm P.M.S.S. Wharf.
First quality of best Are wood
For Sate Cheap!
Either In cord wood or cut and split to
order. 5" All wood delivered to
any part of the city without
Send orders to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
127 Kort Btxcet.
TteE OLD CORNER
.' Establishes, 1808.
Habt Bros., i Proprietors.
Served up In first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on band
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
Ac, Ac. Also,
'PUR BEST SUSPENDER
- WORN' la the
Just received ex Funicss Abbey,
1200 Coils of Manila
and Sisal Rope, ail sited.
For salo low by
92 2m A. W. roirce & Co,
TTyill be jmid for information that
will lend to the conviction of
whoever maliciously cut the tail
feathers off, and plucked the fctek
and breaHt feathers out of a Peacock
belonging to me. A further reward
of $10 will be paid for information
leading to the conviction of wh6ever
stole 3 Peachicka about n month old,
belonging to mc, from Pawaa on
"Wednesday the 21th ulto.
Geo. II. Luce.
Pawaa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882
WILDER & Co.,
General Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York,
The LfirgcHt, Safest and MoBt
Economical Life InsnroHco Co
in the world,
Cash assets, - - over 890,000,000
For Information conccrninc the
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to Wilder fc Co., General
Agents; or J. E. Wwemak, Solicit
For sale at
A. W. HiCHAiWBON'a
BOOK and JOB
EXECtTTED AT THE
THE STOR? Or THE EGYPTIAN TROUBLES,
. No. 8.
But this is only half the story.
There is a concurrence of testimony
that never was the fellah more
ground down by taxation than
during this period" by the Khedive's
Minister of Finance. Snrlvle P.isbn.
whose rise, power, and tragic fate is
ouo oi mc moat striking episodes of
the reign. There was a resort, also,
to such expedients as nerinittliirr
proprietors to reaecra themselves
from the land tax hv imvinir t.W
years in advance. The Suez Uanal
shares reserved to the Khodive were
offered to and were purchased by
the British Government. Every
thing that could be pawned or sold
was pawned and sold accordingly,
and the Khedive maintained liis
opera-house, and built palaces, and
his favorites accumulated riches.
Not that he obtained the, whole nf
the money raised in his name. The
history of the 1873 loan is instriw.
ou tin's point. The amount wn
i3iJ,000,000 at 7 per cent., and it
wus supposed to be floated at 93.
A total of only 20,000,000 reached
the treasury ; of this amoun .9,000,
000 was represented by bonds of the
Khedive's floatinc debts, luimhnsort
at 05 per 100, but received by
the Treasury at their full nominal
value. Thus was the Khedive paid
in his own coin.
In 187fi the meat spendthrift had
conic to the end of his tether.
Ismail Pasha, while he nlimiWorl
others, did not believe in being
jiiuuuuicu inmseir, ami nc nau made
repeated applications to Great Bri
tain for olllcers to administer his
departments. The British Govern
ment refused to accept responsi
bility, and SUch Ofllcnrs ns ontftnirl
the Egyptian (service were volunteers.
in laii), the bondholders were
clamorim? at nil ilm Km-mini,.
Courts, and were demanding that
their interests should be nrVtnnfri
And the representatives of the Canal
and of the other large interests
which had grown up, also protested
against Egypt being allowed to drift
into bankruptcy and repudiation
throuch mis-eovernment. hinsmnph
as conflicts between the Khedive and
his creditors would be fatal to order
and security. Yielding to this n.
sure England and Fraucc became
more ana more directly concerned
in, and responsible for. Kin-nttim
Government. In the first instance,
the Right Hon. Stephen Cave visited
Cairo to investigate aud report on
the Khedive's affairs. Mr. Cave
was assured that he would be met
with Vail possible frankness," but
as a matter of fact the Khedive and
his olflcers nrc acensnd nt w.inrr
outrageously, so that the Cave re
port is worthless. The appearance
of Mr. Cave on the scene added to
the rivalry of France and the Due
Decazes, Foreign Minister, half soli
cited and half demauded that the
principle of ioint action shnnbl .
recognized, and Lord Derby and
Lord Bcaconsfield finally concluded,
not an Anglo-French alliance, but
4 1 ! . . -
nil Anirio-r rcnun iiniirct-iiiri;,v
Commissioners of public debt were
appointed, international judicial tri
bunals were established the finances
of Egypt were, in fact, handed over
to a High Court of Bankruptcy.
The Khedive could not have fore
seen tho result when he consented to
these changes. One exposure of
mal-appropriation of funds followed
another. "Par ordre supericur,"
was pleaded by Egyptian olllcials to
cover evcrvthine. In one vvir Mm
deficiency between the " amount
which should have been nnid In tiw
treasury, and which was actually so
pam, was i'i,uuu,0U(). The dis
bursements wen: equally erratic. '
um ou irom supplies, and ex
posed to tho torture of exposure,
Ismail Pasha took desacratc steps.
First of all he turned round upon
his native Minister of Kinnnpn
Ismail Sadvk Pasha, the Mniifnttiuli
Sadyk, according to Mr. E. do Leon,
ex-British Consul-General in his
work, The Khedive's Egyptwan
born and bred an Egyptian fellah,
auu was WUUout trnininir or outturn.
He was a dark-colored Arab, stoop- i
jug in name, lawning or brutal in
manner according an he snnko to nn
equal or an inferior, and with h
Ho bo continued.
DILLINGHAM & OO.
Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Points, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Have made large additions to their stock of
To which they invite the attention of buyers.
Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns
underneath the body of a carriage; for the purpose of
illuminating the roadway.
The '"Warner" Tubular
All styles of Tubular
New styles of Plows, Harrows,
Cultivators, &ct) &o.
A full line of Tinware, and many Novelties, new s this market, too
iiuuji-iuun bu uiuiuiun.
Call and examine oar stock.
DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
:----.:TL.i..--.jLf y - i ,-u ,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &o.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &o.
Table and Pic Fruits,
Icc Breakfast Goods, such as
Candle Flsb, Salmon and
l'lrr Pork In 51h. Tin.
Sultadle for families. For sale by
0C A. 8. CtxouonN Co.
At Mre. A. M. Mellis' Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notioe. 72
Per bktne Enreka, a full line of
Silk, merino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
01 A. W. RlchnrriAnii A rn
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
Have just Received
The following; New Music:
Opera and Bound Music:
The Mi-Mos of Penzance,
Smith's Musical Album, 1 2 3 i B 6,
Children's hour of PleaKure,
Prize Piano School, by Karl Urbaeb,
Gems of Waldtcufel,
Da llnllis-Lu Hand. Diinjo arrangement,
Din mi In ili rinlriin Sen.
lllue Alsatian Mountains,
Mnec liirl wo met,
The White JIoko from Mother's Grave,
The World goes round and round,
Dars onu more ribberfnr to ltohh.
Goln' for the cows,
The Old Tiefruiu,
My little baby brother,
In thd sloamlner, . '
Across the field"!,
My near flttle Home o'er the Boa,'
Lea 11 Morta,
Poor little Swallow,
Docs your heart beat true to mo,
1 hold my heart so still,
Her I love ami hnr alouo,
Uriglit laud of gold,
Daj-s of Youth,
IJn the Thatnctf, uiurlow woods.
j, it uiva j'oiku.
Jolly Utter Gallop,
Tub new ILicouct Galop,
IVttPs Echo Soog:,
Capri (. Lancer, '
liuial Kpstlvnl a Ilccreatlou,
Bocchcronl'n ccldhrated Mlumrtto,
Hazel Klrke PolkA.