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Importer and Dealer in
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Bags, Watches, Diamonds, Juwclory and Silver-ware, otc.
Northeast Corner of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can always bo found '
Full Lines of Superior Furnishing Goods,
EST Call and Ssloct ono of thoso Celobratcd ""a
Gold Medal Waltham Watches
W. S. Luce.
A. W. Buh.
Union Feed Company
Largest and Best Stock
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Of All description, and guarantees to kcop a full supply
constantly on hand.
52 rSTSond orders to A. "W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
First quality of boat fire wood
For Sale Cheap!
.Either In cord wood or cut and split to
order. JQ5- All wood delivered to
any pnrt of the city without
Send orders to
Enterprise Planing MillB,
71 127 Tort Btrrct.
137 Ira r.M.S.S. Wharf.
Just received ex Furness Abbey.
1200 Coils of Manila
and Slsnl Hope, all slzo
For sale low by
THE OLD CORNER
Haiit linos., : : 1'ropriotors.
Rfl E ALS
Sened up In first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, &c. Also,
11111 '" " ' J '- '
$to $nh tyuMUi.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1882.-
WORN is tho
A. W. Pelrco &.Co.
ill be paid for information that
will lead to the conviction of
rcr maliciously cut the tail
I feathers off, and plucked the back
t and breast feathers out of a Peacock
i'belonjriug: to me. A further reward
it of -S10 will bo paid for information
i leading to the conviction of whoever
stole 3 Pcachicks about a month old,
belonging to me, from Pawim on
"Wednesday the 2ithulto.
" Geo. II. Luck.
Pawaa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882
WELDER & Co.,
Goneral Agents for tho
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
' of New York,
The Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Life Insurance Co
' in the world,
"Cosh assets, - - 07or $90,000,000
1 1 For information concerning the
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to Wilder & Co., General
VA jsnts ; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit
For snle at
A. W. RicnA7ti)80N's
BOOK and JOB
EXECUTED AT THE
of the Cousuluto, and was hoisted iu
conjunction with tho Egyptian flag.
This explanation is not considered
The prospects of coming to a sat
isfactory arrangement with the Porte
arc undiminished, as Said Pasha, tho
Turkish Prime- Minister, is convinc
ed that the British alliance must bo
maintained. There is"'thc best ' rca-"
son to believe that the Military Con
vention will be concluded. It is
stated on good authority that 3,000
Tin kish troops sailed Sunday night
from Snlonica for Egypt, via Suda
Bay. Sixteen thousand more are
under orders for the same destina
tion. It is rumored that the British lato
ly intercepted a courier bearing dis
patches from Arab! Pasha to- tho
Auo. 8. It is understood that tho
Turkish delegates w ill shortly pre
sent to the Conference drafts of a
proclamation against Arabi Pasha,
and of a Military Convention with
England. At the sitting of Con
ference yesterday the Turkish dele
gation accepted the conditions pro
posed by the Powers iu their invita
tions to tho Potte to iutorvenc in
Egypt. Said Pasha promised Lord
Dufferin that the Porte will issue a
proclamation declaring Arabi Pasha
The Porto has received intelli
gence that Arabi Pallia has ordered
his garrison and the population at
Jsmailia to retiBO to -Cairo. The
twenty-five Frenchmen there will
have a special escort.
. It is stated that Arabi Pasha has
ordered the garrisons alonjr the Suez
Uinal to avoid conlhets with the
Aug. 6. A Tribune London cablo
of the 5th says: There is no sign
that England and Turkey have . ar
ranged terms of co-operation in
Egypt. Lord Dufferin has been in
structed to intimate that Turkish
troops will not be permitted to land
unless Arabi Pasha is first declared
a rebel, ilns instruction was con
firmed two days ago. It has already
had the effect of including the Sultan
to inform Lord Dufferin of the terms
of the proclamation to be published
after tho Turkish landing. This did
not satisfy England. The past de
termination of the Cabinet had been
so manifest that Mr. Gladstone was
not expected to yield. Tho English
view is that the Porte has received
no mandate. The agreement which
was to follow the acceptance of the
identical note was not made, conse
quently the Porte's action is merely
that of its individual sovereignty.
The' very small cont'mgeut the
Porte is concentrating is' not com
posed of Arabs, but. of, Albanians
and Turks. As oon as it was
known" that the PoTtc had drawn on
Egypt for the expense of this con
tingent, Sir Auckland Calvin warned
the Egyptian banks against nego
tiating Turkish drafts, another
English rebuff to the Sultan's astute
ness Tho English marvel at'Turk
ish zeal to thwart England and pro
voke a struggle, when Gladstone lias
declared for a non-annexation
policy. The-7VicA has recovered
sfrom its annexation fever. ' Tli6
country is unfavorable 'to 'annexa
tion. The man who gave up Corfu
will not copy tho French action at
Auo. The opposition cable dis
patches, which are to be received
with great caution, contain the fol
lowing: London, Aug. 7. Tho
Government has instructed Lord
Dufferin, British Ambassador at
Constantinople, to present an ultima
tum to tho Porte, demanding that
tho Sultan at once de.clare Arabi
Pasha n rebel, and accept the
English proposals for joint action iii
Egypt. .In the event of the Porto
failing to comply, LoVd Duffel'in
will bo recalled, and the landing of
the 'j;.urkih troops in Egypt would
bo opposed by the English. The
Porte it is said requested delay for
consideration of the demand.
Lord Dufferin has telegraphed to
the FoiPign Olllco here, for further
instructions. It is believed that tho
Government will not consent to any
DILLINGHAM & GO.
Importers and Dealers in
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
House Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Have made large additions to their stock of
To which they Invite tho attention of buyers.
Simple and cheap devices for holding Tubular LanternB
underneath tho body of a cnrriage, for tho purposo of
Illuminating tho roadway.
The "Warner" Tubular
Lantorn Holder. : 'The " Coulter."
All stylos of Tubular
New 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 oar stock. .
DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
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TaiMTV-gTrwM'g."i.wr4M'ikiuiMWiPTii; jimij uM..m iu !; mtry
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and motals,
Houso Furnishing' Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
Table unci Pie Fruits,
Mice Breakfast Goods, such ai
CMndlc J'hh, Salmon and' ,
l'ltr Tork In 51b. Tins.
Sultadlc for families. For sale by
i)C " A. S. Ci.KOiions Co.
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Cloak and
Mantle Alaking Department,
No. 101 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
I'cr bktnc KnreKa, a full lino of .
Silk, merino nnd-cotton.
Pajama Suits, Etc.
91 A. VT. Itlchaidson & co.
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO..
Have just Received
The following Mew EVSusic:
Opera .and Bound' Music:
Claude Duval, ;
Tho Pirates of Penzance,
Smith's Musical Album, 1 2 3 i o C,
Children's hour of Pleasure,
Prize Piano School.-by Knrl Urbach,
Gems of Waldteufol,
Do Uii11p-I.u Band. Uunjo arrangement,
Dip me In dc Golden Sea,
lllue Als.ithm Mountains,
Since last we met,
The White Itoso from Mother's Grave,
Tho World goes round and round,
Dars'one more rlbber for to cross,
Ooln' for tho cows,
The Old IJofralu,
My little baby brother,
In the gloaming,
Acres the fields,
My dear flttle Home o'er the Sea,
Lea V. Morln,
Poor little Swallow,
Does your heart beat true- to me,
Wiohl my heart so htlll,
Her I Igve and her alone,
Bright land of gold,
Days of Youth,
l'p tho Thames, mar)ow woods.
l,u Diva Polka, ' "
Jolly Utter Gallop,
The new Ilicqiiet Galop,
Paul's Keho Song,
Itural Festival a Recreation,
Bocchcronl's colohmtPd Mlnuetto,
llui-el KlrUo Polka.
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