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"jVfK. C1IAS. HOYT'S Shooing Shop
LtX is now re opened. Interfering
horses a specialty. llo King Street,
orncr of Alnkca 29 tf
"7"K Hie undersigned arc propaicd
M to furnish household hcrvunls,
collect bill?, and do Anglo-Chlnese in.
terpreting aud n general agency busi
ness. Charges moderate.
SOYONG ifc AHPHART,
280 head of cattle, 40 head
niut and lit for the liulcler,
LVioiirhinir from .100 to 100 11h.
each; 80 head will he le.uiy for. tliu
butcher in 12 months, and the balance
are good milch cows, heifers, yeailings,
and calves. On reasonable Iciiik. Ap
ply T. YV. RAWLINS, I.uleo.
THAT very desirable and convenient
Family Uesldence on Beretunln
Street, until lately occupied by 1 .s.
Pratt, Esq., I'oinplcte with out-nouses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises occupied nipt (".cut a- a Iiw
Office by John Russell, E-iq , centrally
located near the coiner of Fort anil
Merchant Streets. For pnitiuulnrs, ap
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
71 Quucn Htroot.
Steamer "J. T. Dowseit,"
Rob Roy, Mile Morris, and Josephine.
SALT lOJTC SiVLE.
Fino and coarse Puuloa Salt ; fine
Kakaako Salt, in quantities to suit.
Also, large and small Iron Water
Tanks. Paints, Oil", Etc., Etc. G3 ly
Beef ! Beef !
The very best quality from
J. CampbeH'sjHonouliuli Ranch.
The Cheapest in the Market.
Hop Chong Comp'y,
No. 4T Maunaken Street.
Delivered Ito any part of tho Town.
The finitnblc Ijii'e Assurance
Society of the United
ESTAHIjlHIIKn IX 1N.11).
ISSUES Policies on the most approved
plans, viz :-Oiiinary Life, Life, Limit
ed Payment', Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Semi-Tontinesj
A. B. C. Tontines; Life and Sun Ivor,
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments
Joint Life Risks, Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Contested claims, none.
Before insuring elsewhere, call and
get an estimate.
It is calculated that every reasonable
wisli of the insured is embodied in one
or more of the plans.
For full particulars and pamphlets,
ALEX. .1. CAKTIVItKiHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian lilands.
Honolulu Carriage Maniifact'y
228 and 230 Foit Street,
Honolulu, - - - Hawaiian Is.
"W. II. PA'-E Proprietor.
Pioneer St'm Candy Factory &.Bakery,
Manufactures all and every articlu in
Confectionery and Pastry and Bread
Bakery from the best and puret mate
rials, guaranteed free from nil
llasjulwjiys on hand all si.esof his Rich
and Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying a rich reputation of many
years, and are ornamented in any
style desired, aud are sold at the
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam enables
me to sell all articles manufactured ut
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other m this Line of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Coconuut, hand made and
Hlould Orcams of all flavors at 50 cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
at 0 cents each. Mince and Fruit
Pics always on hand,
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Rolls, Family & Grnham Bread
delivered to any part of tho city. The
largest and most various Stock of Con
fectioncry can bo found at
IP. H O XL IV'S
Steam Candy Factory and Oakery,
No. 71 Hotel St., between Nuuanu and
P.SO. Box No. 75. 'TelcphoneJNo. 74.
DR. BMNKERHOFF'S system ot
Rectal Treatment. A now treat,
ment for Hemorrhoid, Fistula and other
diseases of the rectum, by a pioccss
sure, safe nnd painless.
DR. McWAYNE, 31 Alakcn St.
Yosemite Skating: M
Will be (ipoij cvciy afternoon aud even.
ings as rollnw:
Momluj. lVcitucMtaj, Tliuriilnj niut
To I ho public in geuetal.
Tui'Hilny nnl J.'rlilny IlveiiliigM, anil
WpiliM'Hilny ami Saturday
For ladle aud their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COM Hi
By request of ladies and gentlemen
who took pait in the last Masquerade at
Yosemite Skating Rink, preparations
nie being made to have another, Sept.
25th, when wo will lmo the Ginnil May
pole Dance alio.
AGIHL, about 15 vears old, to mind
children nnd do general house
work (German picferreil.) Good wages
and good home. Enquire nt tills olllcc.
Mrs. J. Rodanet
GIVES fair notice to her customers
tlint ALL accounts due her must be
paid this month, or they will be placed
in the linnds of a collector.
Honolulu, August 1st, 1885. 04 tf
3. .7. AVA.I-llOU. Pvoprletor.
Choicest Meats from Finest Herds.
Families and Shipping
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTICE
Lovcst Mm-lcel PriccH.
All meats delivered from this Market
arc thoroughly chilled immediately after
killine; by means of a Bell-Coleman Pa
tent Dry Air Refrigerator. Meat so
treated ictnins all its juicy properties,
nnd is Guauamkcuto Keki' Longuu
AFTUn DCMVEISV TIIAX Fni:3IIIA-KILIi-
r.D Meat. 7-t ly
LIME ! LIME !
Patronize Home 3Iamifaclurc
The Hawaiian Stone Comp'y
Are now prepared to furnish fresh Lime
in quantities to suit purchasers, and
satisfaction warranted as to both the
kind and the price.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
03 ly Agents.
L. E. SPERRY,
Jeweler and Engraver,
X. Mriimiutt, AViilcliimilcer,
NO. SU, FORT STREET.
Engiavings and Monograms executed
in the highest style, and jewelry
01 made to order. 3m
lOtiCG 10 IllB PlIC.
Wo take pleasure in announcing to the
public that, in addition to our
Pastry apd Confectionery Business,
Wo will open our
Ice Cream Parlors !
Which have been titled up elegantly ac
cording to our trade, on
BATUllDAY, A.1MUL iHitii.
Our Cream will he only of superior
quality, made of genuine cream. As
we have made arrangements with tho
Woodlnwn Dairy to supply us only with
n lirst-class artlclo from samples wo
have had of the same, wo aro able to
guarantee satisfaction. Tho following
assortments of Ice Creams and Sherbets
wo will keep at our opening, and many
more kinds if trude will justify iti
J cms citaavarwi
VANILLA, LEMON, CHOCOLATE, COFFEE,
STRAWBERRY, PINEAPPLE and
ORANGE AND STRAWBERRY,
Parties supplied any day except Sun
days. Those wishing Ico Cream for
Sundny must leave their orders on Sa
turday beforo 0 p. m., which will bo
delivered beforo 10 a. in. Sunday. Tho
creams will bo packed so that they will
keep eight hours in a Jlrst-ela6s condi
tion. Hoping to get a share of publlo
patronage, and thanking tho public for
their.liberol past favors, wo remain, res
pectfully, MELLEIl & HALBE,
1003 ly King, near Alokea St.
lu gnilji gnUritJn.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2G, 1885.
SOME RUSSIAN VIEWS.
At the present moment, when
Russian ideas and Russian motives
are of the greatest interest to us
English people, it may be opportune
to inquire into the true "inward
ness" of Panslavism. The Em
peror is well known to be a I'an
slavist himself, and much under the
inlltienee of HI. Pobcdonostzeff, also
n l'anslavist, who in turn is tinder
the inlltienee of M. Kntkoff, another
Panslavisl. Wo hear this term used
very freely in speaking of Russian
affairs, but who is able to say what
Panslavism is? It is a dream. "We
all know that it is a wild, impracti
cal dream. This wc aro also aware
of. and for these reasons we attach
hut little importance to it as a factor
in political affairs. "Wc forget that
nations, like individuals, have their
dreams and their religions; and
frequently the wilder the dream the
more dangerous the dreamer. Russia
is one of these wild dreamers. The
wildncss of her dreams could per
haps be scarcely better illustrated
than by quoting from the speech
made in 1880 of one of the most
representative of Russian Fanslav
ists the novelist Dostoycffsky.
"Yes, the mission of Russia is
indisputably European and uni
versal. To take one's stand as a
true Russian may perhaps only mean
after all to take one's stand as the
brother of all mankind, as a cosmo
politan, if you like. And all this
Slavophilism and Wcslcruism of ours
is nothing but a deep misunder
standing among ourselves, although
an historical and inevitable mis
understanding. The true Russian
takes as much to heart the fate of
the entire Aryan race as that of
Russia herself, as the fate of his
own native land, because our destiny
is universality, and a universality
not acquired by the sword, but the
force of our fraternal yearing for
the union of all people. If you
wish to penetrate into the history of
Peter's reform you will find traces
and indications of this idea, of this
dream of mine, if you like, in our
relations with European nationali
ties, even in our statecraft. For
what did Russia do during these two
centuries but serve Europe perhaps
better than herself? 1 cannot be
lieve that this was owing solely
to the stupidity of our states
men. Oh! the natives of Europe
do not even know how dear they
are unto us. And, finally, 1 be
lieve thatjwc (of course I do not
mean ourselves, but the future gene
rations of the Russian people) will
understand Jill that to be a true Rus
sian should mean to endeavour to
bring peace and harmony into Eu
ropean contradictions for all time,
to show that an escape from tho
afllictions and troubles of Europe is
to be found alone in the bosom of
all-uniting and all-embracing Russia ;
and to place in that bosom, with the
tenderness of fraternal affection, all
our brethren, and finally, perhaps,
to pronounce that grand and deci
sive word of universal harmony, and
establish the brotherly union of all
nations according to the canons of
the Gospel of Christ Is it
for us, you will say, that such a
future is prophesied ; for our poor
and needy soil? Is it for us to
speak the last grand word of huma
nity? Well, do I speak of economic
prosperity, of the glory of the sword,
or the fame of science? I speak but
of fraternity. I only believe that
the heart of Russia may perhaps be
the one of all those of the countries
of tho universe to whom may be as
signed the grand mission of uniting
all humanity in the bonds of bro
therly love Let our land bo
poor and needy, but the poor and
needy in lowly garb have been
blessed by Christ 1 Why should we
not pronounce His last word? Was
lie not Himself born in a stable?"
The logic is irresistible and con
vincing. But to pass from the poet
and dreamer to the speculative philo
sopher and thinker. In 1878 there
appeared at Moscow n work it was
only a pamphlet which created the
greatest sensation. It was written
by a young professor at tho Univer
sity of Moscow, whose learning was
prodigious ; who had studied all the
great philosophic theories of the
world, and his pamphlet, which was
also a political manifesto, was said
to give in a concise form the studies
of (i lifetime. It was called Three
Powers, and in his work Professor
Holovicff endeavoured to show that
tho three dominant influences in tho
civilization of tho world wcro Mo
hammedanism, Western Civilization,
and Panslavism. Pagans did not go
for much in the Professor's estimate.
Well, Mohammedanism was effete
and declining; Western Civilization
was falso and demoralizing; thero
was nothing left for tho regeneration
of the world but to embrace Pan
slavism. While visionaries of this stamp
were dreaming, we ilnd cool-headed
men like General Skobeleff looking
"forward towards a freo confeder
ation of all Slavonic tribes," and
making plans for the conquest of
And now let us turn to the sober
arguments of the practical diplo
matist. The-following is a trans
lation of a despatch by M. Ziuovicff,
tho Russian Minister at Teheran,
on the advisability of the annexing
tho Akhal Tekko Oasis ; it is trans
lated from General Grodckof's in
teresting Russian work on the Turk
oman Wars. M. Zinovieff was
writing in 1882.
"One of the reasons prompting
us to move eastwards of the Cas
pian is the acknowledged necessity
of making nn impression on Eng
land, and preventing the execution
of her plans against us in Central
Asia. This consideration led to tho
Khodjnkala expedition of 1878, nnd
it also convinced us that the Tckkcs
must inevitably bo broken up. It
is impossible to guarantee that all
this will not have to bo repeated
over again, but the experience of
the present expedition, and the
dilllcnlties which we have had to
overcome, prove sulllcicnlly that no
diversion against England can bo
attended with success in Central
Asia so long as independent Tekko
tribes continue to lie on our road.
The English have seen this perfectly,
and it is to this that wc must ascribe
the endeavors of their agents to mar
the success of our expedition.
Voluntarily to renounce the dearly
purchased results of tins expedition
would be all the more rash, as the
question, so important for Central
Asia, of the future of Afghanistan,
still remains undecided. . . .There is
not the slightest reason to believe
that Afghanistan will speedily
emerge from her present gloomy
condition. On the contrary, it is
probable that the present vagueness
and excitement will long hover
about that country. Such a state of
affairs will call forth from Eng
land continual experiments and in
terference in the internal affairs of
the country; interference of a
character that frequently ends, in
Central Asiatic countries, in annexa
tion. Should the Gladstone Cab
inet revolt against such measures,
the Conservatives, in the event
of their return to power, would
probably have no dilllculty in find
ing sullicicnt excuses for carrying
out their political programme of ex
tending the limits of English domin
ion and influence in Central Asia to
their utmost extent, to the great
disadvantage of Russia. Connected
by good roads with our base at the
Caspian, our outposts at Khorassan
would doubtless cause the English
to moderate their ambitious aims, as
all roads to the East and the South
cast would then be open to us." It
is needless to point out how faith
fully the Russian Government has
been following M. Zinovicff's ad
vice. Space will not permit us to show
how intimately connected with the
expansion of Russia and the beauti
ful dreams of the Panslavist are the
more prosaic aspirations of the Rus
sian manufacturer, who, wrapped in
the swaddling clothes of protection,
is cutting his economic teeth, and is
anxiously looking out for something
to bite. Telegrams and paragraphs
appearing from time to time in the
Russian papers, and even in The
Times, seem to show that the Rus
sian manufacturer is not losing his
opportunities, and is rapidly estab
lishing relations with Merv, which
may ero long be extended to Herat.
The manufacturing and industrial
condition of Russia is very care
fully and well treated in a most able
work bj' Mr. Besobrasof, entitled
Etudes sur VEtat economique tie
Philosophers, orators, dcploma
tists, generals, merchants, arc all
waiting for the expansion of Slavonic
civilisation, and for the pronuncia
tion, of thai final word of universal
harmony which shall unite all man
kind in one common brotherhood
under the benign and beneficial rule
of tho Tsar of all the Russias.
Russian newspapers teem with
articles in this strain, the Moskouskia
Vedomosti leading the van; but
these articles arc not supposed to
merit the attention of the English
public, because they are dreamy,
and not the expression of serious
political opinion. Dreams aro gen
erally at the basis of all the political
ideas of nations, and consequently
they should not bo ridiculed, but
attentively listened to, and criticised
in the light of the genius aud
national aspirations of tho country.
ICE GREAI PARLORS,
No. SB Hotel Struct.
Delicious flavored Ico Cream made
from pure Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sheibcts, Ico Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments can bo found always
at this really urst-clnsB resoit.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Por'tho convenience of the public we
pack orders for Ico Cream in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, wkicli hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep Us delight
ful flavor and perfect form for many
OSr The Elite Ico Cream Parlors aro
open dally until 11 im. 38 ly
nas received by late steamers a splendid line of
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
iSkjSr1' Don't Xsxs;!;
Large invoices of Goods (of nil descriptions) having been received by me, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PEICES,
Than the same quality oC Gords can be purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. Mv stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN.
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts. Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Sags, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Platon
The reputaliouof my HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmanship
and material remains unchallenged during my six years' res idence here.
Thankful for the geneious patronage of the past, its continuance and increase in
the futuro is respectfully solicited at the old stand.
SSC :iin Corner of Fort nnd King streets, Honolulu, H. I
Ktbtt Description of Joli Frintiii
Executed with neatness and dispatch,
Daily Bulletin Steam Printing Office,
Bills of Lading
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room cottage, within
leasy reach of Honolulu, situ,
late at Kapalama. Terms 20
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA KING,
on tho giounds, or to A. J. Cartwright,
athisolllce. 40 tf
J. A. DOWER,
Ship .Carpenter and Boat Builder.
HAS on hand nnd for sale various
sized boats, steam bent knees,
stems nnd timbers, several hundred feet
dialing battens nnd ono 75 feet Hag
pole for sale cheap. Apply at tho Enter
prise Mill or Mutual Telephone 825.
Offer a Silk Dress for $5
ALSO,OTnKIl GOODS AT FIFTY
per cent, reduction, Embroidery,
Cm tains, etc., in all btylcs. Ladies'
Hats and Caps ; Table Linen ; Mixed
Linen and Black Brussels Laces.
W SUITS OF CLOTHING AT
COST PRICES. (jQ 2m
One!! More ia die JVon.
Having returned to tho
Ulnuds, will undertake
to break Horses, cither
to baddlo or Harness,
-cheaper than any other
man in tho Kingdom, mid gunianteo
Siok and Lamo Horses,
Will receive special attention, and the
best of Medicine and care provided.
All orders to bo left at residence, next
John Kobello's, Kupalamn. i0 Om
4 Mffi&t$9E2? jg&lW&iXiX!"
103 Fort Street,
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !
Letter Headings ' 1
l Law Repoi ts
n Note Headings
I Plantation Books
is Shipping Rece'ts 1
A'w Statements V-
IIP' Visiting Caids
TnE FAST SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Navigation Co.,
The undersigned having
taken charge ot Baeiratre
rcxiiross io. ui, ior tue
purpose ol carrying on tho Express nnd
Dray business, hopes by paying strict
attention to business to receive n share
of public patronage.
IS?" Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. ANTONE A. KEUMI.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Be
rclania Streets. Mutual Telephone U20.
West, Dow &, Co., Telephone 170.
E. R. RYAN'S
:i2Kjlniiarte, . . Honolulu
Tho oldest and only Boat Building Shop
in the Kingdom.
Boats aud Hcowa of all kinds made to
order. Suif Boats a specially.
I have Oak Timbers imported expressly
for Island use.
All kinds of Boat Repairing done a
1005 slimiest notice. ly
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Chinch), is prepaud to
execute all oiders tor
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his Hue. All
orders promptly attended to, and charges
strictly moderate. 40 Sm