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Importer and Dealer la
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket CutWry, otc., ete.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunksx Valises,
Trnvollnp lings, Watches, Dlnmondu, Jowclory and Silver-ware, otc.
Northeast Comer of Fort and Merchant tits., Honolulu.
" AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Ciin always be fonnd
If' ITuil Lines of Superior
AST Call and Seleot ono
I Gold Medal Waltham Watches
May Vi (83)
Brut CartwrlRhL AT.
Union Feed Company
Largest and Best Stock
!l HAY, GRAIN
Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
.constantly on hand.
53?rSend orders to A. "V. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
Jk.t, $10 Cord.
X9T Un T.M.S.S. Wharf.
Jlrst quality of beat tire wood
For Sale Cheap!
Either In cord wood or cut nml cpltt to
order. KS" AH wood delivered to
any part of the city without
extra churi?e. ,
Snd orders to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
jl 127 Fort street.
Jurt nttdved ex Furucss Abbey,
1200 Coils of Manila
and Sisal Hope, all sites.
For sale low by
K2 2m A. W. Pelrce & Co.
XTSTlll Ikj paid for information that
V f will U'nd to the conviction of
whoever maliciously cut the tail
feathers off, and plucked the back
iuid breast feathers out of a Peacock
, belonging to me. A further reward
of $ 10 will be paid for information
leading to the conviction of whoever
etole' S FeaehickH about si month old,
belonging to nic, from Fawaa on
Wednesday tuo 24th uim.
Gko. II. Luce.
Pawaa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882
WILDER & Co.,
Goooral Agents for tho
Mutual Life Insurance Oo.
of New York,
.The Largest, Safest and Most
$ .Economical Life Insuranoo Co
in the world,
J'i fnaVt AUOAtft. .
''' For lnfonnation concerning tho
. Company and for rate ot insurance
apply to Wiutn & uo., ucncr.it
Agats; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit
of those Celebrated a
A. W. Hufch.
THE OLD CORNER
Hart Dnos., 1 1 Proprietors.
M E ALS
Served up In first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&o., Ac. Also,
HE BEST SUSPENDER
WORN U the
For pale at
A. W. Rictumbon'8
BOOK and JOB
EXECUTED AT THE
$!w ia fulie
TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 2882.
THE SHOT Of THE EGYPTIAN TROUBLES,
shifty, cunning eye. Ho was re
puted to understand better than any
man how to ' squeeze n fellah."
He was better able than others u to
wring the last para out of the poor
wretches by tho uso of the kourbash,
or hippopotamus hide whip,' in the
hands of agents as unscrupulous and
as merciless as himself, until a cry
went up from earth to heaven against
his oppressions." A scapegoat was
wanted, and the Moufettieh was se
lected. He was arrested and tried
during tho night by .1 .council of
Ministers on a charge of " organ
izing a plot against His Highness
the Khedive, of accusing the Khe
dive of selling Egypt to the Chris
tians, and of being responsible for
the financial miseries of tho land."
The sentence was exile for life,
and a steamer left the same night
for the Upper Nile. "Within 24
hours the ex-favorite was dead.
Mr. dc Leon, who is an apologist for
the Khedive, admits that the general
belief is "that the steamer which
passed up the Nile with windows
carefully nailed up, looking like a
floating collln, was only scut up for
effect, and did not contain the cx
Ministcr either living or dead."
Tho author of Egypt Bound and
"This singular person, who in
spired throughout Egypt a terror
which clings even to his memory,
was cast in a daj from the height of
supreme power to tho condition of
an exile for life to the White Nile.
He never reached his destination.
Two days after he left Cairo under
close arrest came the news of his
death on the way. Information such
as ho possessed, secrets shared by
him with the Khedive only, must
never have the chance of being im
parted. Dead lips can make no de
fence. Upon the scapegoat shall be
heaped nil the blame of the solemn
farce, called broken faith, which had
been played throughout the year on
the Egyptian stage. Confidence
once cstabliscd, another loan may
surely be raised to make good the
deficit, and a new point of departure
may be made with the increasing
European administrations. Whether
it was the scarf of the officer of the
guard, whether it was a cup of
coffee, or whether, as many say, it
was the Nile itself which did the
work, will perhaps never bo known ;
but that Ismail Pasha Saddyk was
murdered by order or hint from the
Khedive no reasonable man in Egypt
doubts. There was no ono so sim
ple as to believe the story which was
circulated that, overcome by frenzy
at his fall, the Moufettieh had drunk
himself to death. That ho was a
scoundrel of the deepest dye, a
grinder of tho, face of the poor, a
robber, a bad example, and a ' great
(.tumbling block to any chance of
financial reform or honest adminis
tration,' is undoubted. At the same
time we must, not lose sight of the
fact that ho was destroyed by the
man who had made such services- as
his necessary, and whoso constant
and urgent demands tor money
which he must have known could not
have come legitimately in to, or out
of, the treasury, were complied with
by recourh'e to whip and bastinado.
and by tho grossest violation of all
rights of property."
The property of the Moufettieh
was confiscated aud sold by auction,
arul the fellah " who sprang from a
mud hut on tho Nile was found to be
in possession of more palaces,
jewels, women, and slaves than Solo
mon in all his glory could boast of."
He had 3t5 wives, each of whom had
six white slaves and a. retinue of
black ones. Their 6cts of diamonds
wero valued at 7,000 each; the
tables wero covered with gold plate,
and tho ewers and basins were of
silver. In this way had European
loans and Egyptian taxes gone. As
to the condiiion of the fellah under
(To be coutinued.)
Importer and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varniahes, &c.
Have made large additions to their stock of
To wkleh they Invite the attention of buyers.
Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns
underneath tho body of a carnage, for tho purpose ot '
Tho " Warner" Tubular
All styles of Tubular
ISTew styles of Plows, Harrows,
Cultivators, &c, &c.
A full lino of Tinware, and many Novelties, new so this market, too
numerous to mention.
Call and examine our stock.
J25 DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Streot.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Eanges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
Houso Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Table and Pie Fruits,
Nice Breakfast Goods, such as
Ondlo Fish, Salmon and
ricPork In 51b. Tins,
Sultadle for families. IJor halo by
S6 A. S. CLndionN Co.
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
Have just Received
The following New NSusic:
Opera and Bound Music:
The rirates of Penxane,
Do llallo-I.u Hand. Uanjo arrangement,
Dip mo In do Golden Sea,
Uluc Alsatian Mountains,
Since last we met,
Tho White P.ose from Mother's Grave,
The World goes round and round,
Dars one more rlbber for to cross,
Goln' for the cows,
The Old Refraiu,
My little baby brother,
Dnvs Of Touth,
Up tho Thames, marlow woods.
La Diva Tolka,
Jolly Utter Gallop,
The now Racqnet Galop
PuttPs Kcho Sonu,
At Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notiee. 72
Per bktnoEnreka. a full line of
Silk, merino and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
01 A. W. Richardson & co.
Smith's Musical Album, 13 3 4 5 0,
Children's hour of Pleasure,
rrize Piano School, by Karl Urbach,
Gems of Wnldtcutcl,
Illcssod Dreams, . ' '
In tho gloaming, ' '
Across tlio fields,
My dear flttle Home o'er the Sc,
Lea K Morta,
Poor little Swallow,
Does your heart beat truo to me,
I hold my heart so still,
Ilcr I love and her alone,
Bright .ipd of gold,
Rural Festival a Recreation,
Boccherout'H wlobrattd Minuetto
IIomI Kirkc Poika.
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