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VOL. 1. NO. 202.
HONOLULU. H. I.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1896.
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Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agents for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
tho partnership heretofore carriod on by Lam
OhuntrWa. Lura8inR, Yomig Tan Yuen,
Lau Con Ynn, Leo Chu You and Wong
Hin Ohu in Honolulu, Island of Oahn, un
der tlio firm name of Winer Ohonu Luna &
Co. has. oxpirod by llmilation and the same
is dissolved, and notlcois further fjhon that
Leo Chu Vou the late wauoRor of said firm
is authorized to receUe and receipt for all
debts due said firm, and will pay all out
(Signed) WING OHONG LUNG CO.
By LEE OHU Y U.
Dated Honolulu, January 10, 1800. 20l-2t
THE HALL NEWS BUDGET.
GIT 1 7. EX IT
Dedication of the Knlnoit Cntliollc
Clmrcli ClrciilllCourl ami Gen
eral Ifcnia from Ilnwnll,
'Fiom Iho last numbor of the
Hilo Tribuno. lecehed by tht
stoauier TV. G. Hall yesterday,
the following ib takon:
Tho Bishop of Pauopohs.Fath
ers Muthias and Bonavontura and
Deacon Aloya dedicated the new
Catholic church at Kalaoa on
January 5th in the prcsonco of
fivo or six hundred peoDlo. Tho
choir of St. Joseph's church and
tho Portuguese band of Hilo were
present. Tho rito of confirmation
was administeiod to 100 children.
Tho lorm of the Ciiouit Court
bids fair to last two weeks longer.
Following is the record of pro
ceedings so far:
In tho caso of tho Republic vs.
Kaiho, malicious burning, tho
jury after an hour's retirement
found Lim "not guilty."
In tho enso of vthe Republic vs.
Nawai (w), adultery (third time),
tho jury after a short deliberotioti
declared defendant guilty.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Tutsui
Kondo, rape, nolle pios'd.
Eighteen months "t hind labor
was tho sontoncu of diftndunt in
tho case of Republic s Uweii"
for having assaulted a woman
with a dungrroui wo.ipon.
Ani'ina Lopez Ri-ourud a di
vorce from hfr husband, and tiu
case instituted by her luirtb.uid
for desertion wa nollo jnos'd.
Tho Hawaiian jury whs dismiss
ed for tho prosent, but will bo
called again on Monday, when tho
counter cases of Baker vs. Humu
ula Sheep Station will bo heard
before a mixed jury.
The case of tho Ropublio of Ha
waii vs. J. H. Kahuo was nollo
pros'd. This suit was instituted
in Puna at tho instigation of H.
E. Wilson, a sobool teachor.
In tho divorce suits, Nawailau
(k) vs. Mekala (w) ,and Maria
Vieira vs. Luiz Vioira, docreos of
divorco woro granted.
A nollo pros was entered in the
caeo of tho Rppublio vs.Hoomana,
appoal from Hamakua, charged
with larcony in tho fourth do
gree. Ah Ngee ploadod guilty to the
charge of adultery nnd was sen
tenced to pay $100 fine. Ah Nee
had appoaled from u decision f
Judge Hapai of tho&District
Officers of tho reorganized Citi
zens' Guard are: Captain, 11 C
Austin; First Lioutonunt, J R
Wilson; Second Lieutenant, GK
Wildor; Quartermaster Sorgount,
W A Haidy; Sergoants E D
Baldwin. T Mutch, F M W'ake
fiold. F C LoBloud, J A Scott and
C O Konnedy.
Piosidont Dole and his staff
Sfom to be mooting with an ova
tion as thoy come from Kailua to
Kan. Ho was given a rcoeption
and dinner at liookona Thursday
evening, tho 9th, under tho aus
pices of tho Hawaiians.
Puna District has five Senator
ial oloctors--two voted, two woro
in Hilo, aud ono stayed at home.
Tho now Catholic church at tho
olovon-milo post on tho Oloa road
was dedicated by Bishop Ropert
UltEAT VOLCANO ACTIVITY.
ItuHli of VUltor from IIUo
tho Grand Sight.
A private letter from tho Vol
cano Houso dated 7 a. m , Jan.
"I havo just returned from tho
orator, aftor spending a night
there: You can safely assure the
public that M.xlame Polo is moro
than uctive. This makes my
thirtioth visit, nnd I assuro you
that I am noil repaid for the
troublo. The activity of tho vol
cano is an fiikp.
"Tl o Volcano StnMos Co, are
taxed to their hunt taking Hilo
jiooplo and others to the volcano."
All tho .illllx Unto Com
TllO SUgnr Soasnn linoaut in qui
a very large crop of enno will bo
Tho Hakulau mill is not yet
comploto, but all tho vital work
is expected to bo dono by tho
middlo of next month, when grind
ing will begin. This yo.r's cane
cron will bo tho largest over had
Honomu is roady to grind and
will open its sugar season next
Monday. A vory heavy output
of sugar is oxpocteu.
Pepeokeo began in the early
part .of Docombor and grinding
will bo continuod for about six
months. Tho output will be un
Papaikou began tho task of
grinding tho cane from its mam
moth sugar field on Thursday of
last week. Tho output of this
triplo plantation combino is ex
pected to bo heavier than any
othor on Hawaii this year.
TVninoku began tho herculoan
tusk of grinding tho cano of gov
oral thousands of acres last week.
Its output will be ltirgi. Thny aro
now running out 800 bug por
day. They nroTiiniiing full foico
night and day.
TVuiokoa also began in earnest
iirmediately after Ouatmiis, and
hcowh loaded with sugar bags
towea ny tno plantation launch,
Blnok Horbo, will again bo a fa
miliar sight to froquontors along
tho shore of TVaiakoa river.
Over 90,000 tons of sugar is tho
estimated output of tho sugar sea
son now boing opened. Part of
this will bo shippod diroctly to tho
Coast, and part will be shipped to
Honolulu and then roshippod to
Honokaa began tho sugar soa
son in Hamakua and all tho other
mills aro either already or boon
will be grinding.
The Hamakua crop will also be
vory largo, as that distriot has
lately boon blessed with abund
anco of rain.
All the plantations of Hawaii,
with fow exoeptionB, aro now m
active operation in the grinding
of cano and the manufacture of
sugar. Hilo Tribuno.
Installation of unicorn
On Friday evening, Jan. 10th,
tho following nfficors wore install
ed in Pacifio Rebokah Lodgo No.
1, 1 O O F, by Clara Petrio D D
G S assisted by Frances M Coon
PNG, Rose Adlor P N G, CIips
Cartor P G nnd D P Lawrence P
Lizzie Adlor. N G; May F Law
ronco, V G; S L Williams, P N G;
Agnes Foss. Soc'y; May Gorman,
Treasurer; Etta Turner. Chaplain;
Francis Com PNG. I G; Oht
Cartor P G. O G; DP Lawroncd
P;G, RSN t; Josio Berry, LS
N G; ChasHerrick, It S V G;
Ninette Scolt, L S V G; Ida Turn
er, Conduotor; Alico Horrick,
Warden; Rose Adler PNG, R S
S; Clara Petri I) D G S, L S S;
iHlla JJayton, Urgamst.
Although Kentucky is generally
associated with whisky and tho
ponplo aro supposed to use bour
bon as a steady drink, thoro are
thirty aountios in the Stato where
no Baloons aro aljon-od and tho
uso of spirituous liquors, oxoopt
for medicinal purposes, is striotly
forbiddon. Tho whole South, in
fnot, is rapidly changing from old
conditions, and tho popular ideas
of a fow yours ago concerning that
seotion will havo to bo abandoned.
THE SENATORIAL ELECTION.
Y II. I.
lie ArrlM Tbnt Votes Ware Counted
In Ilonouin Precinct Which
Should llnre llcvu Thrown Out.
Tlio official returns of r the 10
cont senatorial olection ou Ha
waii aro now at hand, and show
no uinorouco in tlie ncures pre
cental in Hio cnIuitoriSof Iho-IIilo.
, ., , . , .
Tribuno and civou below. Tho
roturns aro certified to bv Sheriff
Hitchcock and tho election officers
in too usual manner ami are
roholM 0 ii 2
alio :u si or
I'lpalKoil iJ ?0 22
Unnorau :t- 14 IT
l.nutnlioclioe ..II 1 'l
Kaohe 9 S 17
llonokna r 4 I!)
KuUuIUnclo .... i ". 0
Wtiinra 3 4 7
Kohab 32 1) 41
Knllus II .1 R
Konawacua .... 5 4 II
llookena 4 8 12
Walolilnn 2 0 II
1'nLala 1 5 II
Total 127 127 251
Tho abovo figures show that out
of a total legibtration of '119 sen
atorial voters but 2G1 voted, with
tho result that 127 voted for Alex
ander Young and 127 for H. L.
Holstoiu. ThiB makes' the elec
tion a tio and necessitates a now
ono. Under tho law tho Minis
ter of tho Interior is requited to
give lorty-nvo days notice ot a
new election, and this delay will
doprivo the Sonator from Hawaii
of the privilege of sitting daring
tho early part of tho coming ses
sion of tho Legislature,
Tie votes aro very unusual hore
and ninny people say such a thing
never happened in Hawaii beforo,
but thoy aro wrong. Ohiof Jus
tico Judd mentioned an instanco
from the Hamakua district in an
oloction for the Houso of Nobles
which wont to tho Suprome Court
on a tio vote, and a now election
A contest is more than likely to
happon in tho present instance, as
H. L. Holstcin, ono of the can
didates who arrived by tho Like
liko this morning, claims that
sevoral votes woro wrongfully
counted in tho Honomu precinct
for Aloxandor Young. Mr. Hol
stoin claims that undor a proper
construction of tho law by the
election judgos of that precinct
somo of tho votes cast for Mr.
Young should havo been thrown
out for obvious irrogularitics aud
that if such had boon dono his
election would havo beon assured.
Undor tho prosent law any can
didate direotly interested or any
thirty qualified voters of any
election distriot, may file a peti
tion with tho Supremo Court with
in thirty days after tho election to
havo the election declared void or
the decision of any Board of In
spectors reversod or changed.
Under this lattor clause Mr. Hol
stcin may ask that tho action of
tho Honomu Inspectors be roviow
od by the Supromo Court.
It is unfortunate that this com
plication has nrieon so near to the
sitting of tho Legislature, aa in
tho ovent of another oleotion being
ordoiod, the sonator fiom Hawaii
could not bo seated until near tho
closo of tho session.
Tho responsibility of acting on
tho fnco of tho roturns and calling
a new eleotion imroodiately do
volvos upon Minister King, but in
view ot tho position takon by Mr.
Holstoiu ho hus deoided to advise
with tho law officers of tho Re
public and move slowly in the
Mr. Holgtoin, who does not
know whether ho is Senator from
Hawaii or not, is a lawyor by
profession and rcsidos at Niulii
in Kohala district.
I.ASf 1IOI.I. CAM..
Conirndp Junie r. Wot)lo
By tho hiBt mail news has boon
recoived in tho San Francleco
papers of tho death of James F
Noblo, fornioily a wellknown resi
dent of tlioso inlands and for soma
time an officr of Geo. TV. Do
Long Post. G. A. II. Ho died at
Fresno, C-il , on Deconibor 18,
after a long illness. At th6 timo
of his death he was Post Com
mander of Atlanta Post, G. A. R.,
. t t? -
,r XT , . , , . ,
'Mr. jfoblo had an eventful
career and lived in many lands.
Ho was sevorely wounded at
Gettysburg aud camo to Califor
nia two years later. In 18G9 ho
wont to the South Sea Islands,
and subsequently camo to the
Hawaiian Islands. Ho occupied
so vo nil mercantile situations in
Honolulu, and then took a posi
tion on a plantation on Maui.
Here ho married a daughter of
Ferdinand L Clarke, tho well
known nowspaper man who will
bo remembered as an immigra
tion agent sent to the South Seas,
also as a connoisseur and collec
tor of fern. Four years ngo Mr.
Noblo returned to California,
broken in health, and mado a
living as a bookkeeper at Fresno.
Ccncr.il Ciilou Churtli.
At 7 o'clock this evening thoro
will bo a mooting of tho Standing
Committt'0, nnd at 7:30 p. m.,
prayor and conference meeting
with Borinon by tho pastor on
"Tho Teaching of Josus as to tho
Worship of tho Father."
Tomorrow afternoon from 2 to fl .
theio will bo a Thimblo Beo of
the Ladies' Benovolont Society.
noliitf 'I lilx Week Wont ofLlclil
Tho Hawaiian band plnys tho
Coptic olf from 3 to 4 this after
noon, and at 4:30 will givo n con
cert at the Exocutivo building.
Tomorrow, Thursday, the band
will play at Thomas squaro 4 pm.
On Friday, tho anniversary of tho
overthrow of tho monarchy, it will
play at tho Exocutivo building at
9 a m, and at Emma squaro at 3
p m. The band is not allowed to
play at tho races in tho afternoon,
Saturday is to bo celebrated by
tho Gormans as tho anniversary
of tho proclamation of William I
as Emporor, and tho band will
play at festivities to bo hold at
Indopondonce Pnrk ut 3 p m, nnd
at a banquot at tho Hawaiian
Hotel in the evening.
Thoro boing no lights for tho
baml stand at Tuomift squaro,
ovouiug concerts cannot bo given
there uutil tho want is supplied,
Tho lights at Emma squaro aro
poor enough to inconvouionce tho
musicians at oveuicg concorts
Manager Oamorop says tlio cir
cus company will porfnrm.at liwu
on Monday ovoning noxt," return
to Honolulu that night and pro
ceed tu Liuuo, Kauui, on Tuob
day. On Monday ovening, Jan.
27th, tho show will commonco a
sorieB of six performances in Ho
nolulu, which will positively bo
tho last givon on tho Islands.
'Mother," said Johnnie, afUx
deep thought, "suppnso 1 should
knock this vase off the tablo and
catch it. Then I wouldn't catch
it?" "I suppose not,'' his mother
"But," oontinued Johnnie, still
toying with tho vase, "if I should
knock it off and not oatoh it, thon
I would catch it, wouldn't I?"
"Yes, you would," his mother
grimly roturnod, this timo with
quick dooision. Utica Observer.
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