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THE RIFLE COMPETITION,
ScorraMniln nt tlio Ncinl-Annunl Nlmot
of the Hnvrnllnii 11 1 do AmiI'Ih-
tlon ritlyoii'a .llutcli.
Yesterday wsib tho twontioth
semi-nnnniil shoot of tho Ha
waiiun Eillo Association, and tho
range was crowded most of tho
diy with contestants nud on
lookers. V. E. Wall won tho
Brodio Cap nnd tho Presidont's
Trophy for tho third time nnd
undor tho rulos of tho shoot, they
nro now his property. Mis scoro
for tho Brodio Cup was 44, nnd
for tho Presidont's Trophy 93.
For tho championship match nt
600 and 600 yards Mr. Wall ngain
scond 03, ouo point loss thin his
J previous reoord.
Second Class Silver Medal, 200
yards J D McVeigh, first, with
H E A Trophy 200 yurds, W
E Wall, 4G; GOO ynrds, W E
Wall,49. Total, 95.
E O Ilnll & Ron's Sporting
Biflet-200 ynrds, J L McLeun, 44:
COO ards, sumo, 43. Total 87.
AU Comors' Match, 200 yards,
tho following won prizoei: F B
Dnrfion. 4G; W E Wall, 40: J L
JUcLtmn, 44; P H Burnotte, 44;
D IV Corbett, 44; S Johnson, 43;
K 0 Whito, 43; J Gouvoar, 43; J
S Martin, 43; O li Everett, 52; J
Military xnatch 200 ynrdB.
-J S Martin, firBt prize 23; S
Johnson second prizo, 23.
In the Citizens Match. 200 ynrds,
tho winners wore: L A Moore
!3JW J Forbes 23. J D McVeigh
23 P H Burnotte 22, J S Martin
m C B Eeynolds 22, S Johnson
22, J Gouvonr22,D II Everett
2'J, E Olsen 21, A Buchanan 21,
JIM Oam'nra 21, A B Wood 21, J
1 Gib?on 21, V Johnson 21, T E
Wall 21, N B Emerson 21, J A
Johnson 21, W O King 21, E S
Young 21, T P Sevorin21,HD
Johnson 20, J Grace 20. G W E
(King 20, Otto Oss 20, W T
Schmidt 20, H Giles 20. J It Park
20, L A Johnson 20, Mckinnon
D Crozior 20. T King 20, O H
Artherton 19, W E Barrie 19, W
0 Weodon 19, W A Wnll 19, H
Lewis 19, J McOlellan 19.
AT INDEPENDENCE I'Altlt.
Ploosnnt Dnnco by Lfl Illma Club
New Year's Ev.
The Indopendonco Purk puvi
lion on New Year's eve was tho
scone of ono of tho most plonsnnt
socinl a flairs of tho past year. In
spito of tho threatening weathor
and tho many engagements un
avoidable nt that season, n largo
numbor of tho elite enjoyed the
most attractive evening's enter
tuinmont that the Loi Ihma Club
Tho decorations were well ar
ranged and not overdone. Flags
hung and drupod wore tastofully
interspersed witb green palms,
ferns and tho club's colors. Am
ple rofr.shnionts woro served dur
ing the oveirng
The evouiiig's program inoluded
sevor.il llnwaiiaii .urn by the Ka
waihnu club and nn original dim
position Bung by Sylvester Ka
lama, accompanied by Professor
Berger. Tho New Year was
ushered in amidst ft tooting of
horns, etc. , to find everyono en
joying thomt-olves to their hoart's
content. The hist dance finished
nt about 2:15 a. in Amongst
thoso presout wire:
Mosdames J W Monsarrat, E
Graham, Gunn, Strong, E F
Bishop, G H Paris, W V Boyd. J
WVright. J W Wintor.A Barnes,
Covvon, C Booth, Itenner, C A
Browli, E A "Willinms. h C War
ner, J Lucna, J G Eotliwell, J W
1'ratt, O A Long, J L Holt. J FT
Thompson, D Logan, J Higgins.
The Misses Vidn. Pnrkor, Walker.
Kitchen, Muguires, Dayton, Gnr-iit-y,
Olarko, Lemons, Both,
Holmes, Wriglt, Low, Jones.
Aheong, Polerson, Wulkur, Moy
ors McCorristons, C Simpson,
Cook, Mossnmu, Newton, Arnold,
May Oumniins, Morsborg. Loin
Bush, Kollot, BiuiioIh, WiukuJ
Wilholm, Smithies, Messrs J M
MonBiirrnt, Julien Monsarrnt. W
I'ortor Boyd, Geo 1.1 I'aria, J W
Winter, A Barnes, O Booth, E A
Williams, J G Eothwoll. Jack
Lucns, "Willie Lncns, E Wodc
houqe. W Mutch, Oapt JW Pratt,
Capt Broomo, J Effingor, Carl
Wido'mann, Frank Armstrong,
Wm Armstrong, Joo Cornadt,
Henry Smith, K Wallace, FrUik
J Krnger. L O Warner, Johnny
Thompson, O A Long, J L Holt
L Do L Ward, S P Woods, J S
Low, W H Conoy, Dan Logan, 13
Dunn, Frank Forstor('EJvlTonOBl,
J T Jonos, J Morsberg, T Jl Cum
mins, Geo. Angus, ionry Giles,
J F Humburg, Aug Tumbnrg, W
Woltoi-s, Geo Tiodi M A Hiishn
gon, G Von Ham, 11 S Lunge, Di
Murray, Dr Coopoi Major G C
Potter, S G Wilder, . D Mclnqr
ny, D Kuwtiniiniko , F'ELynn,
Guy Goar, Van Cum, O M Curtcr,
Divid Dayton, J S 'alkor, H M
Whitney Jr., J P klty, ( !S
Wapgoner, B L Fin ley, )v (i H
Huddy, DrB 1 Mooio.K BVotter,
W D MoBrydo, E B GifTuVd, W
Wagonor, T J Higgii s, T J King.
Dr Grossman, Eylon Walkor,
Bert Peterson, Mr-Diokuin, Mr
Young, Mr Drummond, T P Sev
orin. RECEPTION AND LUNCH.
TIIC V. fl. C. A. nUILOlNU
TIiIue to Eft
ts lof Good
a Cutercrl. ,.
The annual reception and lunoh
given to young mon by the Young
Men's Christian Association from
12 to 2 yestorday was u groat suc
cess, nnd tho rooms were throng
ed with visitors botweon those
Tho Indies who received wero
Mrs S B Dolo, Mrs F J Lowroy,
Mrs D P Birnio and Mrs Paul
Noumnnn. Tho tables wero decor
ated by and in charge of Mrs. S.
The collation was prepnred nnd
sorved by Mosdumos J AGilmnn,
E A Jonos, F B Damon. O H
Atherton, floury Wntorhouso, A
B Wood nnd Misses Pindor aud
Tho young ladies who waited
at tho tables wero the Misses Sa
die Carter, Hnrtwoll, Afong. Hop
per, Miller, Alexander, Noedham,
Giluiuu, Jones, Mossman, Loron
son, Gieon, Molntyro, Ludd,
Wnity, Tanner, Paty, Girviu nnd
Sooretury Corbott nnd F J Low
rio attended to tho huts and canes
of tho guests and otherwise made
themselves gouerally useful,
Ovor three hundred peoplo took
lunoh during tho two hours, bo
sides a large numbor who oailed
to extend Now Year's greetings.
About 1000 dozen crawfiBh aro
Vinitirr uliimwtrl nvorir wnnlr frnm
-- n - -i-i'-. "j ..-w. ..w.u
the fivo-mile slough iust abovu
Westport, Oregon, to tho markets
of Porthnd, Ban Francisco and
Attempts aro now boing made
to acclimate- tocotch grouso ir
Dontnurk The birds thrivo we
on too extensive moorland o:
Jutland. .They aro fenced unti
the end of tho next your.
NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION.
a raiiur MTiii:uiNn at tiii:
Tlr l'realdoutlnl Itcccptlnn Yctcr-
la) lliv Moot Ilrllllnut Vet llvlil
I.ll l t'lioe 1'roirtit.
Tho groat featuroof yostordny's
prooofdiugs wastherocoption hold j
by Prbidout and Mrs. Do!o, at
the Exocutive Building, nt 11
o'clock. Beyond a fow wreaths
and potted plants nnd ferus plncod
about tho building there was no
attompt at display. Tho office of
tho ,Ministor of Finance wns sot
npnrt ns a clonk room for gontlo
mon, nnd that of tho Minister of
Interior for Indies. Major Pottor,
,Cf P. Iaukoa and Mr. Mackintosh
acted as ushors.
Promptly at 11 o'clock Presi
dent' nd Mrs. Dolo stationod
theaiselvos in front of tho dais in
tlm (knmcil Chambor. Tho
Prosident was nttonded by Colo
nol Soper npd Captain Prntt ns
aides "nud Ministers King, Smith
nnd Damon. In nttondanco on
Ms., Deli woro Mosdomos F. It.
V, J. A. Gilmnn, J. H. Sopor,
li. w.'Curiiett. a. v. n.imio n
'H. Wight, O. P. Iaukoa. J. W.
Pratt,sH. W. Pook, the Missos
Onri ie rAfong, Fannio May, Ma
ddline Tnrtwoll, O.irrio Castle,
rWulcmiliiii, Burhnnk nud othors
The .follnwing representatives
Qji$5L 'vttnatic corps wero pro-
so'it: Tl.nihter Willis and Secie-t.u-y
Kllis Mills of the Unitud
Stales; ConBul-Ueiioral Ciinnvarro
of Portugal; Commissioner HnwrR
of Groat Britain; Consul General
H Sliimamurn, Elovo-Consul Ku
sakabo and Seciotary Goro Nnritu
of Japan, and acting Commissioner
A Vizzavona or i'ranoo.
Tho legislative body nnd judi
ciary wero represented by Asso
oiato Justice Frear of tho Supremo
Ciourt, President of Sonnte W O
Wildor, Senators Honry Water
house, John Wright, John Mc
Candloss. H W Schmidt; H W
Peck, Chaplain; Spoakor D L
Naono and E C Winston of the
Houso of Bepresontntivos; Coun
cillors G W 'Smith, Mark P
Bobinson, P O Jones, J A Kon
nody, T B Murray.
The following members of tho
consular oorps wero present: W
Portor Boyd, TJ S Vice and Dopu
ty Consul-Goneral; Italy, F A
Schaefer, Consul (Donn of tho
Consular Corps) ; Nothorlunds. J
H Futy, Consul; Belgium, H
Fooko, Consul; Austria-Hungary,
J F Haokfeld, Consul; Sweden
nnd Norway, Charles Weight,
Acting Consul; Doninark, F W
Macfarlnno, Consul; Mexico, 11
Reujes, Consul; Chili, Julius
Hoing, Consul; Poru, Bruco Cart
wright, Consul; Grtat Britain, T
It Walkor, Vico Consul; Russia,
J F Haokfold, Acting Vico Con
sul; Spain, II Itonjes, Vico Con
sul; China, Goo Kim Fui, Com
mercial Agent; Wong Iiwai, As
sistant Commercial Ag'-nt.
JudgosMagoon and Porry woro
present from tne Circuit and Dis
tiiot Courts, together with the
fallowing ofiioors of tho National
Guard: Colonel McLean, Mjor
Cjourgo F MoLeod, Captains Geo
C Broomo, C B Cooper, John
Good, Gartonborg, Paul Smith,
W G Ashley, J M O.imaru, Jr, C
W Zioglur; Lieutonajits John
Sohaifor, L T Koniiko, lil Costu,
F Itoivuld and Ed Towse
Cuptuin B F Day of tjlio Balti
more and Btnff and Surgojon Fair
holt and Ensign Evorhjirt of tho
Baltimore, togothor with Oaptdu
Piginan, Lieutouanta Spoyere and
Muyo and Pnymu&tor Phillips of
tho Bennington also puid their
rospeots to tho Prosident '.
Marshal Brown, Captun Parker
nnd othor police officials wore also
Some throo hundred ladies nud
gentlomon from all ranks of
socioty tendered their good wishes
and congratulations to tho Prosi
dent and Mis. Dole during the
hour and a quarter which was
taken up by the reception, nro-
I minent among whom our roport. r
nnticod: Mrs. J. A Kennedy,
i Prof. Scolt nnd son, Goo. P.
i Castle, A. T.Atkinson nud w fe,
I Mi8 Henry, IF B McStnckor nnd
! wife, Mrs S G Wilder, Miss Ma
roni, Dr J K Smith, Chap It Day
and wifo, Rev S E Bishop and
wifo. Mis Moutngiio-Tumer, ltvs
K Kiharo aud Okumiira, G K
Frukuwn, Eev and Mrs Peck, Mrs
P C Jones, Dr O B Wood and
mother, Miss Chamberlain, Gen
oral A S Hnrtwoll, Prof Alexan
der, Prof J T Crnwloy, Miss In
ger8oll, J ALylo, J Bacholor and
wifo, Miss lln'tlio Noedham, EE
Staoknblo.-WW Hall, H Focke,
Mrs T It Walker, Dr Eodgors.MisR
Kato Field.E J Greone.T A Wall,
W J G.tllngher and wifo,
Itev O S Gulick, J B Athorton,
Wray Taylor, Eov Alox.mdor
Mucktntosh and wifo, A Gartlo
rnan and wifo, Post-mastor-gon-ernl
Oat and F B Oat, A Uurri-
son, T F Lansing, H Liws nnd
wife, A W Cnrtor, G II Paris and
wifo, H AVichman and wife, J P
Mondonoa, M Louisson, O Bolto
nnd wife, Bruco Onrtwright, J A
Hopper and wife, W A Kinney,
Charles Oroighton, J A Mehrton,
Miss Leu or. Mrs Knudsen, Miss
Judd.AV C V eedon.A B Wood J A
Thompson, W Scott, J F Scott,
T Kimur.i, J Fettor and wifo, W
Berlowilz and wifo, J Lightfoot
and wifo, Robert Lewers, T J
(iiggins mid wifo, Mrs HM Von
Holt, Miss Carroll, H Scbultz",
J M Monsarrnt, Eov C M Hydo,
Mrs E O Bond, Miss Pope, Miss
Albright, D W Crbutt, W R
Rowoll, Rov flinm Bingham, W
O At water and wifo, It O Peter
son, Mrs H C Coloman, Mrs
H N Casllo, tho Missos Afong,
Mrs Ellis Mills, Mrs J B Arther
ton, Mrs Dr MoGrow, Miss Kato
McGrew,Mrs Consul Sliimamurn,
Rov and Mrs Birnio, Miss May
Atkinson, Mrs J A McGandloss,
E L Marshal, Eev T D Gnrvin.
Tho Hawaiian band under Prof.
'6rger was stationed iu tho
'round and furnished music
during tho reception. A compa
ny of tho regulars was also drawn
up in lino in front of the buildiug
in honor of the occasion.
Tho roception is conceded by
all to huvo boon the mnstsucooss-ful-hoid
bv President Dole.
THE PKISOMEItS 11ELEASED.
Tlio Final Scene of tho January
In accordance with tho reoora
mondatlon of tho Couuoil of State,
detailed in Tuesday's Bulletin,
Oharlos T. Gulick, W. T. Soward.
John F. Bowlor, Eobert W. Wil
cox, John H. Wiso, Joseph Clark,
J. W. Bipiknno and John Lilikoi
wore pardouod by President Dolo
About half-past 9 o'clock they
were cillod in Jailor Low's room
whoro tho Attornoy-Gonoral, Min
ister Damon and Judgo Mngoon
woro present to roprosont tho
Govornmenl. The pardons wero
road by tho Attorney General,
who mado a fow upproprinto re
marks expressing tho hope that
tho Government would have no
occasion to regret its lonionoy.
On hohnU of tho prisotiors Major
Seward thanked tho Govommont
for its clemency and a gouyral
handshaking ensued. Qii'to a
crowd of natives wero gathered at
tho prison gates and a hoarty ro
coption was given to tho nowly
Edward Simmons, the artist
who designod tho decorations for
tho uow.Oriminal Court building
in Now York, rejects the idea of
blind Justice, nnd has dopicted
that doity with both oyos open,
holding her scales in ono hand
and tho American ilag in the
THE Y M C A GONGEBL
TlIK MEW OIICIIESTRA .IIAKCSIIM
Cnrbrtl'w !! - In tly iiiniKllcl.'xvreian
A Nlivclt) In t'llil, n liisln JIrt
Illnrlt Iti-flt iiliiii.
Tim lull of tho Young Mofn
Christian Anjoo.at;on was cosb
fortably filled last night, tho oa
casion boing tho ontortainmentir
aid of tho building fund. Muci
interest was manifested in ii
now orchestra, which made iojp
first public nppoaranco, nnd. tin
tho language of a promises:
member of tho Association "cores
ed itsolf nil ovor with glory.?
Tho proficiency shown in tho re
dition of tho four numbers t$
portionod to tho prchostrn fjitSj
surprised tho nudionco. whix
showed 'ts appreciatiou by laorf
applause. The 'Silver Bella
gavotte was so woll rondeMl,.
that an oncoro,. svas insistoacc;,
Mr. Keough"iid his band my
woll fool proud of their first m-
cniltidll. Riivnr'il v-nlnnlnoi-a nil.fa
to the strength of tho band ls
night, there being twenty-tns
performers besides tho londor.
Sooretary Corbett's boys,
they are called, or moro proper 4
the junior boys' class of tho gji
nasium to the number of twelve
gnvo a pretty drill in tho oxercu
of tho muscles, following itu.
with a dumbbell exhibition, whiet
refleoted credit on teacher txt
Miss Kato McGrow wns sutTa
ingfrom a cold and was umUjSc
to sing. Hor violin solo was tjt- '
dored with tho usual nrtistic ehv
auce for which the young pea -former
is noted. Sho was aKr
accompanied on tho piano "jj
Prof. Horold. Miss Grace Eidr
ards rendored two vocal solas
which wero applauded. 2i&t.
Thomas Butck's recitation "Cr-
f il..L VT.l in in in.
iuw luuai, ii u i iving lonignt ki
a very pleasing rondition of .u
old favorito and displayod -li
ladies olooutionary ability to a&
vnntago. Tho foatures of tho ontertttB
raont that soemod to find owii;
favor with tho nudionco, however,
wero tho novel club swinging
D. K. Unauna; and tho trios of
W. J. Cuolhonnd two other meah
bers of tho Young Hawaiian's Ea
Btituto. For Mr. Unauna's twr-
formanoo the room wis durkomf.
and tho clubs used were covereS
with burning spirits. The Ttrt
ous figures described in the dfe
by the gyrating nnd rovolin'a;
clubs woro beautiful and noraf,.
and so pleased tho audience that
tho entiro exhibition hud (a hn
roponted. Mr. Cuolho, although
suiroring with a soro thront, suae;
again and agdin nt tho doinandn:
tho nudionco, and tho trio of If
wniian boys scored a big sucefta.
The receipts and expousos httc
not vet boon figured up, birA '&.
goodly sum was realized from (lie
pnrfiirinanco which will lessen Ihv
romnining debt on tho bujdirg;
The Hawaiian Band undor tkc.
leadership of Prof. Boiger xUl
givo a conoert at Thomas Squxrr.
at 7:30 this evoning. The follow
ing is the program:
IMRT I. fi
I Overture "LaQazzt Ltdm" .-.-...R4h
i Walts "IntmornU" .-.-.ri
3 March 'Camticriiown" 0U
i Selection "La Travlala ' Vli
i-inr ii. ,Ql
5 Medley "BUck Hrli;Je". . ... ...Jkmr
0 Fantatla "Prkic Dream" (new).LD8'
7 Dance "Darkle Jubilee" WrepauS
8 Waltz "Farorito Meluaiea'l Vwr
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