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TfEriDAV SEPTEMBER 3, 1W')L
The imlillf Is wondering what Judge
P.Mte will tlo with the lubens corpus
cacs. Judge Ectee never shliks hU
duty a a l&yal Arueilcan.
It ould be clorldodly Interesting If
th Herniation of a temporarily rullnyi
faction could ! scheduled as It con-1 eit,clric ranwaj planned by tho Ho
template the presence of Ollbert P.Jnolulu Itapld Transit & Land Co. was
l.lltle rendering judgments from the
first Circuit bench.
The people e Hawaii exienu sincere)
congratulations to Her Majesty Qoen
. ... ... . I
I.tlluoltnlnnl. The ohtpourlng of
friends and acquaintances yesterday
was nn Impressive evidence of the high
rtrnnl felt by nil citizens.
Honolulu citizens feel fully repaid 1
for the long wnlt they hae experknc-!
ed for Itapld Tranelt. The roadbed and
gci.eral equipment of the new- lino Is
second to nnue In the I'nlted States,
and the service bids fair to be all that
the people desire.
It Is a mighty degraded mind that
K-ckh to make polities' 1 tapltiil nut of
appropriate courtesy shown n Judga
by the former ruler of the Islands,
There was a time 111 the history ot
these Islands when social and political
lines ran parallel. There U now In
deed n minority gnng of narplcs so do
vild of gentlemanly Instluctx that they
eniinot allow any social function to ue
free from n political thrust. The fact
that Her Majesty queen Lllliiokniant
places Judge l.tttle or Judge Ks'.eo
nmong her list of friends Is the occn-lnlng
slcr of remark by the Advertiser that
meet nothing but severe condemnation
from honest minded citizens.
POWER IN ORGANIZATION.
Labor Day has becomo so well estilli
lUhed'Iptbe annual schedule of holl
da) ob&Trance that It is principally '
expressive to the popular mind as
showing the Increasing power of labor
organization and Its Inlluence on t lie 1
welfare of hard working citizens. Ho-
f.nitlltl tktlfll M A f,AHHISIt fit In .v.lh hiiu ttft
IttMlllll llltll HI (UltUilJ Ul tlllhC nun ItU I .
cause fur regret that tuc artlnaiiK and. ,, . . . ... . . . , , 4l
niechanlcs have handed together fo, nleJXttto'&Z
belter degree of rerognl Ion from capl- l(. Iirotocoli ,a ,.u,18nK gomt. U1U1.
tal and a wore active spirit of coopcra. :,, , the torBKll community her...
tlon between employer nnd emploje.i although the Ministers of tho Powers
This city bus beenMmrtlcularly fortu- ,lo not think that China Intends to
nate In being free Irom any serious defy the Powers by ultimately refus
1 lashes between labor and capital. We Ing t;j Blgn. Indeed they bulluvo thrt
have bad our strikes, but as a rule the China, Is anxious to wind up tho ue
contentions 'lime been remarkably free I gotlatlons.
from hltternesx that him wnrfao.l url. Heerees ledtlng punishments, and
oils Injuries to famines or the i-.iuse of I
labor as a whole.
The tendency of labor organization
has been to seiure a moie prompt re
cognition for tho Intelligence and In
tegrity of tho workman, more hours
fur leisure, better ami happier homes.
Occasions are not wanting when tlm
outside observer feels that labor Is In-1 has retired Into the background, leav
J 11 red In Its demands, hut It Is safe to I Ing to Prince Chlng the responsibil
ity that It makes no more mls.akesjlty, after consummating the work,
nor makes mine unreasonable demands 1 Ifl '' fln(l himself In tho same pie
than capital. Human nature Is proua 1 """ions position he occupied at tlm
to bo selfish. Individuals gauge tho closn ol tho negotiations following tie
acts of others by the land marks of ' war wltM ,R'"m , Tho ,na,lV' m'. !r
tbUr own horizon. Intelligent organ- I '"""... l" ,J !"
Izntlon. however. Is steadily hreaklnu
down tho barriers of piejudlre ami
"ringing me men .or tne omce ami tne
workman In closer toucu.
New York, Aug. 22. Dr. A. J. Ilest
repo. Diplomatic Agent of the Liberal
party, now attempting to take pos
session of the government In Colombln,
received a dispatch today from the Llh.
eral agent nt Quito, announcing unotli
cr battle with the government forces.
Tho dispatch Is as follows:
'Quito., Aug. 20. The cxpeded bat
tie near Pnsto was fought on the 17th.
and the Liberal Generals I.eglo, Peiez,
nnd Rosas triumphed over the Clcrt
nils." , j
Through bla Secretary, Dr. Ilestrc
po explained that Pasto, where tho bat
tle was reported to hnvo bf'en lought,
was In the oxfiemo sourhern part ol
Colombia, 200 miles from where Gen-,
nil llrlhc-llrlbe was operating, and
that It lnilr.ited the successful oxecu-'
tlon of tho piitu of campaign mapped ,
out by General Urlbe-Urlbe, and for-
warded to tho commanding ofllcers of,
tho other .Liberal forces before tho
general left New York early In iho
llnimcls, Aug, 22.-1-Tno Indepen
dence Ilelge today prints a dispatch
trum CopculiiiKcn, which says-
"It Is cuircntly reported in Itusslnn
plrrles, that tho Czar has decided to
broach South Ah (rah Intervention to
the Kniperor William and President
Loubet. Ho cnnsldeis tho ilmo oppor
tune for frlendljr mediation." 1
Tho paper add, under reserve, that
the Czar dm Ing hl stay In Franco,
jvlll iccclve Mr. Krugei' In pilvnto nu
illenco and obtain from blm a direct
statement nf tho Poer position, with
a view of formulating 11 plan for
Delay In the Treatment of bronchitis,
which generally heslus with a chill, ha
fevorlsh attacks nnd a feeling of ex
hnustlon. develops Into very serious
complication. PAIN-KILLWl taken lu
hot water, as well as rubbing tho chest
with it clear, will SDcedlly cure. Avoid
substitutes, there la lit 11 nn Paln-Klller,
I'erry Davis . rrlve 2&c. anil 60c,
I f I
NOW IN fllll
CPENGD TO THE PUBLIC
Pleasant Ceremony at Starting of En
pines Thousands Enjoy Their
First Trolley Hide Run
t Rapid transit has nt last become
nn accomplished (act In Honolulu, Not
In so largo a desire as the extent of
the city nml suburbs demand ami
must at an early day have, yet tin1
measure accomplished In In nature
thoroughly up to date and In ion.'
pleH' harmony with modern require
Th ,., ,ii,iui,. ,i,n .v.i, c
ausplrlously opened on Saturday
last. Invitations Issued by the piest-j
dent and directors brought together .
nt It,., i.mv.,, lw.ttan n A1.il, ill itt-,.nl T
- - " 'I
?,, ropresen tM.vo Ba her nK nf nv,l
Manager llallentyne read an ml .
I dress to Governor Dole, who nt'ei-
briefly replying started the englii'-si
The band was In attendance and 41ft
er plnylng "Aloha Oe" was seated In
the forward one of a procession of
nine Of the handsomo cars of the coin
pany. Into tho remaining cars crowd
ed the irucsts of tne occasion.
The nine cars paraded first through
the town and out to beyond Jtidd
street on Mllha street., On returning
the procession went out to College
Hills. The return from thence to the
power liouso concluded the opening
Immediately thereafter, or, to be
precise, at 5:21 p. in., on Saturday,.
August .'.1, lflfll, the first Oar for uc-
tual trafllr was dispatched to Colle.to
Hills, Puiiihou, and eight minutes
Inter another one to Judd street. This
started a regular ten-minute sen Ice
between those terminal points of tho
first division, which Is . maintained
dally from six In the morning until
nearly eleven nt night.
' The first evening the line was run
there were fiom 4.000 to 5,000
iJii.sngcrs carried, Eveiy car was.
iniwi.ni to me steps. .n equeuy
he-ivy Unfile was maintained thrnuf.h
out Sunday and Labor Uav following.
Today, without holiday atliactlon. the
line Is doing a good business.
In everybody's month Is thn semi
I ineut that nothing has ever mado mi li
ja pionoiineed line of demarcation '
ttt(.,,n tn(. 0i,i nnd the New as thU
beginning of rapid transit,
PROTOCOL NOT SIGNED 1
""spending thn examinations, will be
Issued before tbelr'slgtintures are nf-
Prim Chlng. nt the request of the
Empress Dowager, telegraphed to her
verbatim tlio restrictions as to the (in
poitatlon of arms.
LLHung Chang, having pructleallv
conducted nil the active negotiations,
him for what Is called his surrendei
to the foiclgncrb, nnd a number ol
ollklals lime petitioned the Kniperor
to punish him for betraying hlr conn
Alex. Douglass was nrrcstcd lasi
night in Aleungs lodging-house fn
Kukaako on tho chnrgo of assa'ilt
with a weapon on Hiiinul, a former
sieilal police olllcor. The ease calm
up In tbu Pollco Court this forenoon,
but was continued until, a later datu.
Ilulhul w-ns found In Knkanko liuti
night with n gaping wound In hi.e
side. Ho was taken to tho Queen's
Hospital, where IiIh Injuries vvem at
tended to. People who weru on the
eceno nt the time of the tumble said
that Alex. Douglass, a negro, was ilw
man who did the cutting. Deputy
Slieilff C'lillllngworth at once set out
after the man and he was found niter
a little neaichlng. Ho went along
quietly to the. pollco stnllon ami e
plained on the way. that ho had not'
11111 away hecuusu ho had, stabbed
litilhul, but because the people of the
vicinity wein alter him.
Douglass Hinted that ho was wnllc
Ins out of tho Aleong building when
ho wus struck In tho fnce by Hulhul.
He wiih paring bis nails at tbu tlmu
and, Immediately he wns struck, lit
lunged out with the kulfo winch no
held In his hnivi. striking Hulhul In
thn sldo below the ribs.
For Sale ai a Sacrifice
.LOT 50x159 planted with
fruit trees,' 300 fceltyrwiC'
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
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J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANH.
Subsuribfw to tho JlJLLETl
not receiving their p:iix.n promptly
will confer n favor by notifying tb
Uminew Offico; TfJipLne 2fifl.
NEW IMPORTATION 3
BRADLEY and HUBBARD 3
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. 3
Thus godj wer? ordereJ from advance
jheets of the catalo ue of the above manu
facture, and are the latest In design and
Call early and mike your selections.
In aJJItlon to 'he 10000 feet of Oatden
Hov 1 itely received, the "EmiU F. Whit
ney" br.ueht w io.oco (t. more, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grides, and our prices ars
lower than ever quoted In this mirket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will ptiy oii tii Inspect our
toch. 1 1 t 1 1 t
.Mcrcluint Ktrect, between Fort unci Alnkcu.
kpt ' ' ' ' X.
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I ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
Style arid Quality
. unci the prlco Ih right.
Cnn yoinutik more V
CHAS. P. HERRICK
CARRIAOE COiVlPANV, LIMITED.
IttB A1ERCIIANT 8T.
' NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BD1LD1NG.
you Inspect our Htock of
Lincrusta Walton and
before you purchriHC
In thcKC lines.
No trouble to sew gcods.
Urders pri mplly filled.
Tel. Mjiln 858.
P. O. Uov 8:i8.
SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.
Bur and Win Dialer.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
"opposite the K. P. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
and after breakfast If you want to feel
good all day. Nothing like It to satisfy
Carbonated bv tho .
rnisiuni inATi-n I '
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agts. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Don't forget that wo manufacturu
Ginger Ale, Lemon Soda, Hoot Deer,
Cream Soda, Barsaparllla and Iro'i
Office and Wur..s, 601 Fort Street.
Opening Announcement I
All Oeclci-M Promptly Filled.
HENRY 8T. GOAR.
MemberH Stock unci Bond
Edward Polliiz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase nnd. tale ot Hawaiian 8ugar
Eastern and Foreign Stock and
403 Cullfornlu St..
, 6nn FrnnclMCo, Cul.
A. C. ACHIcVCO
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate It
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
3FFICE. 10 West Kino Strf'T
233 MERCHANT STREET.
Property in Town and Suburbs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK 'AMD BOsDBROKBS
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Olflce Queen Street, Opposite Union
MRS. W. L. EATON,
HTEACHER Ot; MU8IC
Tel., Blue 1903.
WILTON LODGE. PAWAA. ' '
Has lesumed teaehlncr. Vnennelea fm-
limited number ot pupils. Special
terms for beginners or moro than oua
pupil in a family. - ii25-lw
CPBCIAL ATTENTION TO
25 centrt, lit the
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
Arehlteett, Contractors and Build',
Edward R. 6wain
ITASaiSWAttl sin ,
SAN FPANCISCO. v
J, F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O Bo 160
Oeo. W. Page. Tel. 22
F. W. Beardslce. P, O. Dox 77
BBARD8k.EE 6- PAGE
rchltects & Buildera
Offloe. Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II. "
Sketche and Correct Estimate fur
nlthed on Short Notice. 1141
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and 'Coal.
Allen S Robinson.
- Queen Street, Honolulu.
c .4TRAC10K AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
Carpenter 'Shop ,
To rear of old stand, entrance on
King street. Order left at either shop
or office at John Nott'i store, King
itrect, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the conwlldatlrn
of tte best Bscult Co's In
America, vv e can effer to the
public ihr following, choice
makes of Xtcu : t
Bremers Ceceliai Tea
" French Wafers
Fill Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
RING UP THE
LIVERY BOARDING and ;
SALES STABLES, '
: : : : : 618 fort street
Stable 'Phono. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones S19 and 72.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Oray for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers fiom the Coast, and w
check baggage on all outgoing steaml
While tod Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street Tel. tSC.
W. LARSEH, Wft,
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
r I'lnQuantjtles to Suit...,
EXCAVAT1KG - CONTRACTED,'
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carta furnished by the Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Stiect, With Coast Feed Co.
The Evening Bulletin, 7D cents per
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