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Importer and Dealer lu
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Posket Cutlery, t-'. etc.
Gents9 Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Bags-, Watches, Diamonds, Jtwclery und Silver-ware, etc.
JJortheaat Corner of Fort and Merchant sts.. Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can nhVuysl be found
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
BsB" Call and Select ouo of those Celebrated "XsJa
Gold Medal Waltham Watches
Union Feed Company
Largest and Eest Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of All description, mid guarantees to koup a full supply
constantly on hand.
32 CS7Sond orders to A. V. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
First quality of best flro wood
For Sale Cheap!
lilther In coril wood or cut and split to
order. i&F All wood delivered to
any part of the city without
Scud criers to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
127 Fort street.
, FIRE WOOD I
Jk.t 10 a Cord.
137 lm r.M.g.S. Wharf
Just received cxFurueu Abbey,
1200 Coils of Manila
and Hli-nl Rope, all sizes.
Tor salts low bf
92 2m A. W. l'eliro & Co.
Will be paid for information that
will lead to the conviction of
whoever ninliciously cut tbo tail
feathers off, and plucked the buck
and breast feathers out of n Peacock
belonging to me,' A further reward
of $10 will bu paid for information
leudlng to the conviction of whoever
.niolo 3 Pcachicks about a month old,
belonging to mc, from Pawna on
Wednesday tho 24th ulto.-
Geo. H. Luce.
Pawaa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882
WILDER & Co.,
Gonoral Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York,
The Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Life Insurance Go
in the world,
Cash assets, - over 890,000,000
For information concerning the
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to Wu-DEn t Co., General
Agents, ; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit
A. W. Bush.
THE OLD CORNER
IIaut Duos., : : Proprietors.
Served up lu flrotrclass style at idl bourn
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
ic Ac. Also,
THE BEST SUSPENDER
WORN Is tbo
For tale at
A. W. RlCnATlDflON'B
BOOK and JOB
EXECUTED AT THE
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lie mlii lulletin.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1882.
THE mil Of THE MIAN TROUBLES,
a rule, however beneficial to the
majority, was sure to be distasteful
to ttic old governing classes, who
found their occupation gone, and all
their chances of peculation and
plunder. And these men have
friends and retainers to whom they
can appeal, and a Mahometan popu
lation which may be influenced. It
must have been self-evident to every
ruler of experience that, if a protec
torate was to exist, a force would be
required to keep the disaffected
classes in check. But instead of
being checked, Arabi Pasha has been
allowed to eject the Coutrol from
What real control Arabi Pasha has
over the army, and what is the value
of that army, remain to be seen.
The troops have been organized by
American officers, of whom the
principal is Stone Pasha, chief of the
staff, and observers speak well as a
rule of its appearance. Tha Egyp
tian toops sent to aid Turkey in the
last Russian war appear to have been
a by no means worthless contribu
tion, although national jealousy pre
vented their being utilized as the'
might have been, or thanked as they
ought. Colonel Valentine Baker, in
his narrative of the war, speaks in
high terms of the men, and says that
they wcro smarter cleaner, more
active and better drilled, than some
of the Turkish battalions. They
particularly distinguished themselves
against the enemy in the battle of
Rarahassankoi, and contributed not
a little to the success of the day.
M'Coan, in his J2gyit As It lo,
iays: "As now organized the
regular army consists of 18 regi
ments of infantry (two of which arc
black regiments from the Soudan),
of four regiments of field artillery of
six batteries each. Although not
more than '20,000 men may now be
with the colors, the regimental
cadres arc kept up for an army of
80,000 men. The infantry is armed
with Remington rifles, the cavalry
partly with revolver and lance, and
partly with sabre and carbine ; the
field artillery with 100 Krupp and 50
smooth-bore guns. The chief weak
ness of the Egyptian array, however,
is its still defective organization."
It may be questioned also whether
it has commanders who could lead it
into the field against competent Eu
ropean generals. Much of the
praise bestowed upon the troops
seems to be relative. They are des
cribed as u creditable," but it is us
native troops and not as European
The area of Egypt proper, the
Delta Egypt, is estimated to comprise-
210,000 square miles, with a
population of 5,517,000 souls. But
the annexed and conquered districts,
including Darfur, the Soudan, &c,
bring the totals up to 1,406,250
square miles, with a population of
17,000,000. When the census was
taken (1878) there wcro 79,696
foreigners in Egypt of the following
Other countries 1,31)0
In 1880 the imports from Great
Britain wcro 3,060,640 and the ex
ports to Great Britain were 9,190,
589. But the great British interest
in Egypt is in connexion with the
Suez Canal. The tonnage passing
through the canal annually is now
over three millions and.a quarter per
annum, and more than three-fourths
of the UalD ee since tho opening of
tha canal belongs to Ureat Britain.
In the year 1870 there passed
through the canal 1,144 British
vossols, and 93 belonging to Franco,
61 to the Netherlands, 51 to Italy,
40 to Austria, to Spain 25, and to
Italy 16, the remainder being dis
tributed among other nationalities.
It is said that owing to the peculiari
ties of its construction among sand
banks, any body of men, such as a
company of sappers ana minors,
could wreck the canal in 1- hours so
that it could not be repaired for
many months. (Concluded. )
DILLINGHAM & OO.
Importers and Dealers In
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, &o.
Have made large additions to their stock of
To which they Invite the attention of buyers.
Simple and oheap devices for holding Tubular Lanterns
underneath tho body of a carnage, .for the purpose of
Tho "Warner" Tubular
All styles of Tubular
New styles of Plows,
A full line of Tinware, and many
r I ra
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Tftblo and Pio Fruits,
Nice Jlreakfast Goods, such as
Candle Fish, Salmon and
lMtt Fork In 51b. Tins,
Sultadle for families. For sale by
96 A. 6. Clkouokn Co.
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.
Have just Received
The following New Music:
Opera and Bound Music:
The Pirats of Penzance,
Do Hallo-Lu Hand. Banjo arrangement,
Dip me In de Golden Sea,
Itluo Alsatian Mountains,
Since lust we met,
The White Rose- from Mother's Grave,
The World goes round and round,
Dars one more rlbber for to cross,
Ooln' for the cows,
The Old Kefram,
My little bnby brother,
Dajr of Youth,
Up' the Thamr, marlow woods.
Jolly Utter Gallop.
The new IUco.uet Galop,
Pattlt Echo Song,
Cultivators, &c, &c.
Novelties, new so thin mnrkot, too
Call and examine our stock.
DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis Cloak and
Mantle Making Department, v
No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Onjers executed at short notice. 72
I'vr bktno Eureka, a full line of
Silk, meriuo and cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
01 A. W. Klchardson & co.
Smith's .Musical Album, 12 3 4 5 0,
Children') hour of Pleasure,
l'rlie Piano School, by Karl Urbach,
Gems of Waldteufel,
In the gloaming,
The Tryst, t
Across the Holds,
Jly dear tittle Homo o'er the Ses,v
Lea K Morta,
Poor little Swallow,
Does your heart beat truo to rao, "
I hold my heart so still,
Her I love and brr alouo,
Bright land of gold,
Ilural Festival a Recreation,
Boceheronl's rehibiatrd Mlnuetto,
Uuzel Klrke Polka.
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