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Importer and Dealer In
Clothing-, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Foaket Cutlery, etc., cte.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Tnmles, Valises,
Traveling Mags, Watches, Diamonds, Jewclery and Silver-ware, etc.
Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWM ESTABLISHMENT
Can always be found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing. Goods,
$he $aUn, igaBefitt,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 3882.
8- Call and Boloct one of those Cslebratod -a
Gold Medal Waltham Watches
W. 8. Luce.
A. W. Bush.
Union Feed Company
Largest and Best Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of All description, and guarantees to keep a full supply
constantly on hand.
BS"Send orders to A. "W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
FBRE WOOD I
A.t 10 a Cord.
137 lro P.M.S.S. Wharf.
FIRE WOOD !
First quality of best Jlre wood
For Sale Cheap!
Either In cord -wood or cut and split to
order. KB All wood delivered to
any part of the city without
Send ordors to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
fl J 27 Tort Btreet.
Just received ex rurness Abbey.
1200 Coils of Manila
and Sisal Ropo, all slies.
For sale low by
2 2n A. W. Pelrco A Co.
THE OLD CORNER
Hart Bhos., : ; Proprietors.
Served np In first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always ori hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
fcc., &c Also,
THE BEST SUSPENDER
WORN Is ther
Will be paid for information thnt
will lead to the conviction of
whoever maliciously cut the tail
leathers off, nnd plucked the back
and brouHt feathers out of n Peacock
bclontfinp to me. A further reward
ofSlOwiJlbe paid for information
"leading to the conviction of whoever
..mole. 3 .Pf iichickB about a month old,
"belongitiB to me, from Puwaa on
Wednesday the 21th ulto.
Geo. II. Luck.
Pawaa, Little Britain, June 1), 1882
WILDER & Co.,
General Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York,
The Largest, Safest and Moat
Economical Life Insurance Go
in the world,
Cash, assetfl, - over $90,000,000
For information concerning the
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to "Wildek & Co., General
Agents ; or J. E. "Wiseman, Solicit
s It . !?
k it i: ?u.
For sale at
A. W. Ricimiwson's
BOOK and JOB
EXECTTED AT THE
THE RfflY OF IRE Hmftf TROUBLES,
the giiudltig rule of the Moufcttich,
it is declined to be exactly as des
cribed in a 3,000 years papyrus,
recently transferred for the British
Museum "The tax collector ar
rives; his ngents aro armed with
clubs ; ho has negroes with him who
carry whips. They all cry, 'Give
us your grain,' and ho has no way
of avoiding their extortionato de
mands. Next the wretch is caught,
bound, and sent off to work without
wages for tho state; his wife is
taken and chained : his children are
stripped and plundered."
But the removal of the Moufcttich
did not stay tho progress of tho Eu
ropean inquisition. Tho commis
sioners had to report that 'the
revenue was still larerelv diverted
"par ordro aupcrieur;" an Inter
national Commission armed with the
fullest power was recommended, and
Lord Derby, December 19, 1877,
informed tho Khedive that this was
u the only means left of extricating
him from his difficulties." The
Khcdivo nominally consented, and
tho decrco was issued, but ho pro
ceeded at once to plot against the
Commission and the Native Ministry
under Nubar Pasha. He convened
the "Chamber of Notables." Ha
communicated with the army. The
result was a not, Feb. 19, 1879, in
which the English Commissioner.
Mr. Rivers "Wilson, and Nubar
Pasha were mobbed and assaulted
by soldiers and officers. The Khe
dive declared that the national senti
ment was opposed to recent changes,
dismissed his Ministers, nnd issued
a decree the main feature of which
was "tho open and direct violation
of acquired rierhts and of interna
tional obligations." The various
Luropeau Commissioners resigned
in a body. For a time tho Khedive
was muster. Tho Euroncnn nowers
were at Variance as to which should
act against the delinquent, and ap
plication was made to the Sultan to
dismiss Ismail from his position.
Ismail during his reign had obtained
large concessions from the Porte,
not oy tne sword but by the purse.
In 18U6 he purchased a finnan ele
vating him in rank from ""Wali," or
viceroy, to "Khedive," or king.
In 1873 he nurchased a second
firman, making tho dignity heredi
tary in tuc person ot the eldest son
of the.reiirnimr sovereign. Subsn.
quentlv Ismail obtained the rirrht. tn
conclude treaties and to declare war
on his own authority. Thus the tic
between Turkey and Egypt had been
narrowed down to the mere navment
and reception of a tribute. The
Porte, theieforc, was only too happy
to seize the opportunity to recover,
by a stroke of tho rjen. the nnwor
which had been gradually lost. It
enueavoreu to set aside the heredi
tary principle, and to instal Prlnnn
Halim as Pasha, having, it is pre
sumed, made his own terms with
that Prince. And hero we hnvn tin.
explanation of the attitude taken by
tho Porte towards Aruhi Pnnhn.
Tho Porte is not interested . in
stiengthening the hands of the here
ditary Khedive, but will accept
Arabi Pasha or any ruler who will
make suitable concessions of au
thority to itself. To tho dismissal
of Ismail Pasha the Sultnn had not
the smallest objection. The firman
was issued. I he great powers were
united, and Ismail retired to Naples
upon an allowance of 50,000 per
annum. Not a blow was struck on
Tho English and French Govern
ments rebolved to replace Ismnil hv
nis emest son, tho heir apparent,
Prince Mohammed Tewfik. As Pre
sident of the Couucll, Tewfik had
shown ' air ability. An observer
writes in 1877: "If I were asked
to point out the model gentleniun
among iho younger generation of
Cairo, I would select Prince Tow (Ik
ns one of the most superior types.
asamvi immwn to
Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HouBe Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c
Have made large additions to their stock of
To which they Invito the attention of buyers.
Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular Lantorns
underneath the body of n carriage, for the purpose of
IllumluatlnK the roadway.
The '"Warner" Tubular
All stylos of Tubular
New styles of Plows, Harrows,
Cultivators, &cn &c.
A fall Hue of Tinware, and many Novelties, new so thU murket, too
numerous to mention.
Call anil examine our stock.
DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
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Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron "Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &o.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbors' stock and metals.
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Table and Pie Fruits,
Nice Breakfast Goods, such as
Candlo Fish, Salmon and
Pier Pork In 51b. Tins,
Sultadle for families. For sale by
0G A. S. Cleohorn Co.
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ESTABLISHMENT, At Mrs. A. M. Mcllis' Clonk and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honoluhi
Ordors executed at short notice. 72
Per bktne Knrektt, a full lino of
Silk, merino nnd cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
1 A. W. Rlchnrdson & co.
J. W. ROBEETSON & CO.,
Have just Received
The following dew Music:
Opera and Bound Music:
The Pirates of Penzance,
Smith's MiiMcnl Album, 12 3 4 5 6.
Children's hour of Pleasure,
Prjze JMano School, by Karl Urbach.
Gems of Waldtcufol,
(To bo continued.)
Y)a Hallc-T.u Band. Banjo arrangement,
Dip me In de Golden Sea,
Blue Alsatian Mountains,
Since lust we met,
The White Rose from Mother's Grac,
The World goes round and round,
I)arfi one more rihber for tn nrnsn.
Gonr for the cows,
The Old Refrain.
My little baby brother,
Blessed Dreams, .'
In the gloaming,
Across tho llrlds.
My dear fittle Home o'er the Sea,
j.u;i it :uurui,
Poor little Swallow,
Doos vour heart bent, trim tn n
1 hold my heart so still,
Her I lo e and her alone,
Blight land of gold,
Days of Youth,
Up the Thames, marlow woods.
La Diva Tnlkn.
Jolly Utter Gallop,
The new Racquet Galop,
nutrs iieno song,
Caprico Lancers, -
Rural Tcsthal a Recreation, -4
Vicissitudes Reverie. ,
Boccheronl'i. eelubrated Mlntietto,' . -Ml
nazri mritc t'oilca.