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VOL. 1. NO. 223.
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TWO I'llOL'HAMD ANO NISI! THK
Kuoun I'oit iiaWaii.
Full Aceonnl of (lie .llnteli nt ftlnldlcl
on Naturdnjr Tlic Coiti-
Tlio 200 ynrd riflo range of tho
Hawaiian National Guard is situ
ated at Mnkiki, ono of tho (sub
urbs of Honolulu, about a milo
and a half from tho city. It con
sists of a small gully with an
average width of fifty feot cov
ered with undergrowth and lined
on cither side with algoroba trees.
It seoras to have been naturally
designed for tho use it is now put to.
At ono end aro four targets with
bullet proof bulkheads of steel be
tween them, behind which tho
markers retire. At tho other is a
simply constructed shed of white
washed lumbor, with stalls for
eight marksmen aud seats for tho
Bcorers and a few spectators. If
tlioro nro many spectators, us on
Saturday, they must find seats on
the turf outside, from which, be
ing on rising ground, a good view
of tho targets is obtained. Cap
tain E. O. White had charge of
arrangements on Saturday and no
hitch occurred in tho first inter
national shooting match in which
Hawaii has yet takon part.
Tho first eight men to shoot
wore Johnson S., Petterson and
Hanarold of Company F. Sproat,
Lohman, Carlylo and Neoly of
Company E and Howell of 13.
Johnson and Lohman both led off
with bullsoyos, which looked en
couraging, but tho others could
not find it, Carlylo only scoring 3.
In tho next round Hanarold was
the only ono to find tho dice, all
tho others making -1 but Rowell,
who scored 2. Tho third round
both Nooly and Petterson found
tho center tho other six making 4
each. This was good shooting
and Hawaiian slock wont up a
point. In tho fourth round three
more centers wero found by Loh
man, Carlyl.o and Neoly, Hana
rold only gottiug a 3. Good shoot
ing was done right along by this
detachment, which piled up a final
scoro of 332 points, or an avorago
of 41. Johnson mado eight 4's
and two 5's, or 42 points, three
less than ho was oxpectod to make.
Lohman found tho bullsoyo five
times, which with four 4's and a 3
made his Bcoro 44. Sproat mado 42
Avith three 5's, six 4's and a 3.
Tho honors of this squad wero
carried off by Corporal Neoly,
however, who mado the fino scoro
of 45, ovonly divided between i4's
Tho second eight to faco tho
butts wore also from tho regulars.
Coyno, Barry, Buchanan and
Gouvior from Company E. and
Ludwig, Johnson P., Lambert and
Burnett of P. Ludwig and Lam
bert carried off tho honors of this
squad, with 43 each, sevon 4's and
three 5's. Burnett started off with
4 and then mado a miss, redeem
ing hirasolf handsomely by making
three 5's and fivo 4's afterwards or
a total of 39. Gouvior and Coyno
got 41 each, but Barry and Buch
anan could only got 38, whilo
Johnson fell down with 35. Tho
eight men, however, scored 318 or
oniy two points less than an avor
ago of 40.
Sixteen mon had now shot with
a scoro of G50 points or an avor
ago of 40 5-8 each, which exceed
ed Colonol Fisher's estimate, and
sovoral of tho best marksraon in
tho toam yot to shoot.
Tho third dotaohmont consisted
of Captain Pratt of tho President's
staff, El win and Story of Com
pany B., McKinnon, Drnmmond
and Dexter of D., Taylor of E.
and MoKoaguo of F. Pratt led off
with 4 and Elwin with 5, but
McKinnon and Dexter got 3's
only. In tho next round every
body got four, excopt McKeaguo
who found tho conter. Elwin
waB on tho cards for 45 and did
not disappoint his frionds. Drum
mond made a fino scoro of 43 with
sovon 4's and throo bullsoyos.
MoKoaguo nnd Taylor both did
poorly, making 37 each, Dex
ter and Story gotting off
with 39. This toam mado
322 points or an avorngo of
Tho first twenty-four mon had
now gained 972 points between
them, which was just exactly tho
average expected by Colonol
Fisher, who told our represent
ative before tho match that ho ex
pected tho Hawaiian team would
The fourth delegation to shoot
for the honor of Hawaii consisted
of Smith J., Sutton, Mooro nnd
Sherwood of Company E., Hagar-
up and Frioderedorff of P., Duart
of A. and Capain Camara of C,
Six of these mado 40 and over,
but Duart and Friedersdorff spoilt
the scoro by making 33 and 37.
Duart has been doing ton points
bettor than this for some timo
past, so something was wrong
with him evidently. Mooro got a
fino start with three bullsoyos in
succession but on his fifth short
only got 3. Ho camo out
with 44. Hagarup, Sutton
and Camara mado 4L each and
Smith and Shorwood 40. This
team mado 317 botweon them, ono
point lower than tho second,
bringing tho nvorago down to 40
and 9-32, or a total of 1289 points
for thirty-two mon.
Potorson F., of Company F.,
Olesou, Parko, Giles aud Schmidt
of B., Boyd of D., Fcroira of C,
and Boardfeld of A. wero tho next
to shoot, scoring only 312 points
between them nnd still further re
ducing tho nvorage. In this team
Parko mado 42, Boardfeld and
Boyd 41 each. Peterson went nil
to pieces with 32 only. Boyd
spoilt what would liavo been a 43
or 44 scoro by making only 2 on
his first shot.
Sixtoon hundred and 0119 points
had now boon mado by forty men,
which is good shooting for titty
team matches but less than
was expected of tho Hawaiian
toam, but thero wore sovoral
good shots among tho remaining
ton. notably Colonol Fishor,Drum
major King and Captain "Whito.
Owing to tardy arrivals only
six mon shot in tho next bunch.
They wero Fitzsimmons, Rcndo
and Vollborg of Company F,
Lioutonant Shaofor of E, Captain
E. O. White of B and Lioutonant
Colonol Fisher. They mado 241
points between thorn. Captain
Whito and Colonol Fishor both
fouud tho center without any dif
ficulty tho first effort, but tho
foruior mado only a 3 in tho third
Bliot. Ho canio out with 43,
however, which is a littlo above
his average Colonol Fishor mado
four bullsoyos and n 4 in the
first fivo shots and his prospects
wore good for a big scoro, but a
shower of rain canio on and tho
light on tho target changed so
that ho would not find tho centor
again. HiB othor fivo shots woro
all fours, making his totnl 41.
"With four moro mon to shoot
the scoro was now 845 points, or
fivo moro than an avorago of 40.
Johnson J. A. of Company B,
Grozior 0. of D. and Drum-Major
W. 0. King woro next to shoot.
Johnson found tho conter on tho
first shot but lost it on tho next
with 3. Thereafter ho mado sovon
4's and a 5, making his 3coro41.
Crozier mado 50, an otherwise
good scoro boing marred by two
3's. King startod off with 4 and
followed it up with threo bulls
eyes ono after tho other, thou an
othor 4, then 5, but his last four
shots woro all 4's. His total was
'With a safe man loft to shoot in
tho person of Colonol Sopor, tho
Hawaiian team had only thirty
points to make to reach tho covet
ed 2000 points, less than which
would havo boon disgrace. The
marksman mado a bad beginning
with 3, tho sights of his ritlo being
sot two low. His next four shots
woro 4's, nil being planted under
the centor. Ho found it in tho
sixth nil right but lost it again in
tho seventh, again shooting too
low. His remaining throo shots
woro all planted within an inoli or
two of oach othor but directly
under tho centor. His total was
39, making tho team total 2009 or
sixtoon points bolow Colonol Fish
er's estimate, which shows ho had
Continued on Sndpaye."
A GARDEN ON SHIPBOARD.
VMSKI'AI'LKM ItAISEO FOU Al.Ii
Ili.-v Irl-h Noll Tnkru for Ilalln-t Wn
Tnrned to (ioud Account
y U'o .Itowliim.
Most people have hoard of tho
hanging gardens of Babylon, tho
modern roof gardens and the
gardens on floating islands in
which vegetables used to bo'grown
for tho citizens of ancient Mexico,
but pfobably few havo heard of a
gardefn on board a ship, with
farmynrd attachment. Tho splen
did ship Mowhan, now in port,
had bucIi an arrangement on board
during her trip to Orogon.
On leaving Belfast for Portland
sho took on board as ballast 2000
tons of Irish soil, which, when
lovoled off, mado quito a stretch of
ground, nnd tho ship's company
proceeded to put it to good ubo by
planting a stock of garden truck
in it Tho seeds came up all right
and tho plants flourished finoly,
and when tho ship was in tho
tropics, grow with great rapidity.
As they progressed toward tho
Horn, and tho weather grow cold
or, things camo to perfection rapid
ly. Tho crow nnd ship's ap
prentices amused themselves by
weeding and cultivating tho plants,
and tho captain and officers took
regular walks in tho garden daily,
and nil had greon vegetables to
thoir heart's content.
As thoy camo around tho Horn
tho garden was replanted, and by
tho timo they reached tho equator
everything was abloom, and all
hands fenstod on fresh vegetables
daily. Tho only drawbacks to tho
garden woro tho weeds, which
grow so rapidly that thoy could
hardly bo kept down, and tho
drove of pigs, which woro kept in
tlm farmyard attachment, nnd
which on sovornl occasions, whon
tho ship was bucking into a nor
eastor aud rolling heavily, broko
out of tho bounds and mado Beri
oub inroads on the garden.
Tho last pig was killed and
sorvod up with greon vegetables
just before tho Mowhan ontored
tho Columbia. Portland Oro
gouian. JUniOIAltY JOTTINN.
.llntloi-H nt i'liiuiiltcriu.Vroi-ri'ftft or
Judgo Perry has overruled tho
demurrer of dofondants, giving
them fivo days t6 answer, in tho
bill for injunction of Tong Tai
"Wai Company vs. Lau Pio and
othors, to restrain dofondants
from building a dam across Wai
kolo stream at Ewa. Hartwoll,
Thurston & Stnnloy for plaintiffs;
Mogoon for dofondants.
C. W. Booth haB given notico of
nppoal from tho decision of Judgo
Porrj, granting tho bill of Kahau
and wifo to doclaro a deed a mort
gigo. Judgo Cartor this morning con
firmed tho sonteuco of tho lower
court, a fino of $50 and costs,
against Ah Kwai for opium in
Divorcos woro granted by Judgo
Cnrtor on Saturday as follows:
H. Haolo vs. Paakaula (w) for
desortion. Kahookano for plain
tiff. John Kalaukoa vs. Elizabeth
Kalaukoa for adultery. Kahoo
kano for plaintiff.
Kilikina vs. Kaki for failure to
support aud oxtromo crnolty4
Magoon for potitionor; Robertson
Elizabeth Farroll vs. J. G. Far
roll for ill-treatmont, defendant to
pay $25 a month alimony, but
with tho right to havo hearing on
it. Ballon for petitioner; no np
poarancq of or for respondent.
An tone Manuol's sentence, for
perjury bocoiuI degree, suspended
last term is again susponded until
Koliilinleolo was tint mi trial
j before a native jury this morning
for practicing medicine without a
liconso. Judgo Carter discharged
defendant on motion of Mr. Ka
In tho ojoctmont caso of Mary
E. Leslie vs. Georgo Friedouburg,
tho defendant hag filed a disclaimer
of all right to tho promises in dis
pute. Pnhio, charged with incest, is
on trial by a nativo jury this after
noon. Kanoakua defends him.
J. K. Sheridan and F. Under
wood, tho alleged conspirators
from San Francisco, woro brought
before Judgo Perry. Mr. Robert
son withdrew ns their counsol, and
tho Court promised to assign
them counsol tomorrow.
.NEW l.X:if.AM) niNMIII.
Coining Ilrlllliint CvK(-I.ntltvH Who
Mill Conduct It.
On Friday tho 2l6t inst. tho
Ladies' Temperance Society will
give a Now England dinner nt
Haalolea Lawn. It will bo from
5 to 7 o'clock in tho evening. Tho
menu will compriso greon corn,
Boston baked beans nnd brown
bread, meats of all kinds, nnd, for
dessert, pics nnd Indian pudding.
Tickots will bo sold nt tho gate,
tho prico 50 cents but pies
charged extra. This will bo a
rare old ontortainmont and every
body is cnutoined against mnk
ing othor engagements.
The arrangements for tho affair
havo been in tho hands of tiro
ladies of the society for somo time
past and no pains -will bo spared
to mako tho ovont a most brilliant
ono. Tho lawn will bo beautifully
decorated for tho occasion and
tho Indies looking nftor tho good
things promise that no hungry
person shall loavo tho grounds.
Mrs. E. W. Jordan will havo
tho general supervision oE tho ar
rangements, aud she will bo as
sisted by the following Indies:
Mrs. Ohapin, Mrs. E. C. Hobron,
Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. W. "W. Har
ris, Miss Forbes, Mrs. AV. H. Rice,
Mrs. O. II. Gulick, Mrs. "W. A.
Bowon, Miss H. S. Judd, Miss
Kato Gray, Mrs. Dr. Whitnoy,
Mrs. Dr. Day, Miss E Hopper.
Mr. y?. J. Forbes will disponse
tho liquid refreshments. Mrs.
AVarriner will assumo tho position
of matron to tho young ladies hav
ing chargo and assisting at tho
diirorout tables, and promises that
each and every ono of thorn shall
bo attired in lovoly costumes of
tho Mnrtha "Washington type.
The Hawaiian band will play at
Emma square this ovoning, with
tho following program.
1 March "The Rami I'layed On"....
13 Overtiiro "William Tell" (by re-
3 Finale "I.ucla ill Lammermoor"
I Selection--"Thu Hlvals" (by re
5 Sclcctloa "Mttle ClirUtoplier" .... Can 11
0 (lavotto "Hamburg" ClbulU
7 l'ulkk "Hnnnali" Kuliucr
8 Waltz "Walklkl Beach" llcigur
The llnu In Absolute.
Boston, Janunry 24. A special
to tho Traveller from Now York
says that tho ban placed by tho
Catholic Church upon tho orders
of Knights of Pythias, Sons of
Tomporanco and Odd Follows is
absolute and offors no ground for
further discussion. This is tho
mandate of tho Pope, through his
official representative, Cardinal
An liiiornioim VI0I1I.
During tho grinding of this
season's cano at Ewa mill last
week, ono aero of cano gavo tho
enormous yield of fourteen tons.
Tho Fronch composer Mnssonot
has boon clovbrly described as a
"butterfly of a serious turn of
Tho oldest lottor-carrior in tho
United States is Charles A. Tyler
of Now York, who has had four
teen different Postmastors over
him. Ho has been at it sinco
THE CHINESE NEW. YEAR.
IIS OIIHi:itVAMCK WILL COMMKNGK
For u Week There utll bo Peai-llne
nml Merriment In ttic Clilueno
No restrictions havo baon placed
by tho authorities on the com
ing colubration of tho Chinese
Now Year. Tho day of tho anni
versary is Wednesday, but the
colobratiou in reality commences
tomorrow at sundown. A Chi
noso friend of tho Bulletin says
this year's colobratiou will exceed
that of any former year, and gave
the reporter an outline of tho
At sundown tomorrow there
will be a gonernl firing off of
bombs nnd crackers accompanied
by tho diu of gongs. Thero will
bo general foasting throughout
tho Chinoso quarter, togothor with
froquout libations of samshu and
othor choice liquors from in
fiuitosimnl cups. Littlo nnd often
is tho Chinese method of drinking.
Evorybody is expected to eat and
drink enough tomorrow night, so
that littlo will bo noeded on the
Wednesday, tho commoncomont
of tho Now Year, is devoted to the
reception and entertainment of
frionds. It is not a day of feast
ing among tho Chinese but rathor
of fasting in preparation for tho
two days to follow. On Wednes
day at noon every Chinese who is
anybody nt all will Bet out the
best of overythiug ho lias to eat
and drink, which is free to ovory
ono who honors him with a call.
Ho and his' wifo nnd family will
bo decked out in his best, mid the
moro his visitors eat and drink
tho bettor ho likes it, but with
himself it iB difforent. Ho is sup
posed to servo his frionds on this
day and thoroforo must bo ab
stemious and tomporato. Many
of tho principnl merchants will sot
out elaborate dinners in their
stores nnd dwellings nt noon on
"Wednesday, comprising every
dolicncy known to tho Oriental or
Occidental palato with wines nnd
liquors from every clime.
At tho Chinoso consulnto
Goo Kim and his attachos
will rccoivo the mombors
of the diplomatic corps and gov
ernment officials, who will bo ask
ed to drink tho Emporor's health
in bumpors of champagne. Tho
Hawaiian band will probably
play from 12 to 2 nt tho consulate,
and most likely tomorrow night
Thursday and Friday aro tho
two great days of tho celebration
among tho Chinese themselves,
nnd thoy will bo spent in foasting,
merriment and playing cards and
dominoes for fun.
This will continuo to a greater
or less extent for a week, during
which whito housekeepers will
havo to got along as best thoy can
or board out.
Tim Woman' Time,
At tho regular monthly mooting
of tho Board of Supervisors of tho
Free Kindorgnrton nnd Children's
Aid Association last Friday morn
ing, tho financial secretary pro
sontcd n roport of the offort to
raise monoy for Kindergarten
work by tho issuing of tho "Wo
man's edition of Tho Timo in De
cember. Total amount colleotod to date., $ 027.00
Amount yet duo for ndvurtiije-
ment mid papers 2,-JO
Total $ 04!)4i)
Kyii(!1M( for linliliwliliK. ivnwr -,n mi
Nut procot'da ufter collecting Iml-
uucu uuu utiiioove $ SU'J.40
A donation of sixty conts was
handed to tho soorotary by ono of
tho ladies prosont,who felt interest
ed to bring up tho not procoods to
an oven four hundred dollars. Oc
casional calls being mado, ,for
papers, it Ayas stated that a hum
bor of copies aro still on hnndi
which may bo obtained . at tho
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