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.Vol. IT No. 502,
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1897.
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MINISTER WILLIS' FUNERAL
xin: noiir i.yin(i is" stath at
i: ixK'irnvK iitJii.oiNn.
nriiox r lo Vall-ftcnri-i-a 0.iiniill
Hen ul' rioiM-r Alinul tlio Kg-
iiuCii ami nt tlio Cimrcli.
At noon today every nrrnugo
niniit W born nitulofor tlio funer
al of "i Ut'i Ministor Willia. At
tho t'xeeutfvo Building wtigon
IoihIr of flowers lmvo been received
and w- arc continually arriving.
XI- mimic for tho sorvicesnt tho
olnii.li will bo furniBhcd by tlio
quariots of tho Central Union und
St. Aiflow'8 catlfedral cboim,
with boIos by Miss Kato McGrow
and Miss Graco llichnrds.
The pull bearers will bo S. M.
Damon, Minister ot Financn; A.
do fc5. Cnuuvarro, OUnrgp d'Affnircs
for J'cMtu;;nl; A. G. S. Uiiwea, H.
15. 31. ('iiitninsionor and Consul
GoLeral; U. Shimatunra, H. I. J.
M. DiplumnHc A:ent and Consul
General; Mods. Louis Vossiou,
Consul and CouimiBPionor for
Fin- "i V A. Scbaefor, Couiul
for Italy and Dean of Consular
Corps; Commander P. Hun ford,
U. . ti. Alort; AV. Porter Boyd,
Vice and Dotmty Consul General
U. S. A.
Tho frovarnment will bo repre
nonted tit tho funernl by Proflitlont
Dolo and Ministers Cooper and
Damon 3iuialor Kiiir and tho
Atlortiey-Geucral nro absent but
may bo nbh toutlend if tho Kinau
p(io t.P,.v in time.
LYING IN STATE.
Tho body of tho late Minister
Willis arrived nt tho Esecutivo
Building, in H. H. Williams'
hoarse, a few minutes after-12
o'clouk uoon. It is enclosed in a
handsomo coflln trimmed with vel
vet and mounted in silvor. A
gu..tk jl iiouor from Co. 13., gar
rison troops, under command ot
Captaiu Coyne, boro tho coffin in
to tho building, where it was
laid upon a bier in the middle of
the niain assembly hall, formerly
the throno room ot the monarchy.
The position is the samo as that
occupied by tho body of King Ka
lakaua when lying in stato.
The body is dressed in a snpor
flno bluck morning 6uit,and the
faco of tho lute Minister is revealed
benuath a glass lid. It looks ex
ceedingly natural. There is a
peaceful expression ns of
sweet Bleep on tho dead
Minister's face. At tho head
of tho coflin staud Col. J. H.
Sopor and Major Iaukea, of the
President's staff and representing
him, while- at the foot stand Gap.
t'lius W. G. Ashley and Garten
borj; of the Field staff,aud on either
side tho guard of honor is ranged.
Major Potter and Mr. A. St. M.
Mackintosh of tho Foreign Oflico
and Mr. E. R. Stackable of the
Finance- Oilice, acting as ushers,
reprosout tho Cabinot.
Upon' the guard of honor being
established, citizens began to en
ter and file slowly around tho cof
fin, pausing at the head to take a
last look at tho honored coun
tenance. Besides prorainont men
of public and private affairs, tho
visitors inolude many working
men who took ndvantogo of the
noon rest to pay their respects to
tho memory of tho distinguished
About tho baso of tho bier and
lying upon the coffin are many
exquisite floral tokens. Among
tho senders of these loving tributes
are British Commissioner Hawes,
tho Foreign Office, Mrs. W. G.
Irwin, Mrs. H. A. Widemaun,
Mis. F. W. Macfarlane, Mrs.
Ward, Mrs. Howard, Mrs A.
Young, Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mrs.
Henry Smith and Mrs. Dilling
ham, also Miss Dulnnoy, sister of
Mrs. Willis, who contributes an
anchor composed of white and
purplo carnations and asters.
Major Potter and Mr. Mackin
tosh will bo the ushers at Central
Union church. Thero is an end
loss array of flowers in tho
church, including omblematic
compositions from Mrs. S. 31.
Damon, Mrs. H. E. Cooper, Mrs.
W. Porter Boyd, Mrs. Alex.
Mackintosh, tho Afong family and
the Hui Aloha Aina or Hawaiian
Ncm Zenlniid Included In Nnr Srlic
dulc nf tho V. A. N. Mim.
A circular is being distributed
by Theo. II. Davies .fc Co.,-Ltd.,
agonts of tho Canadian-Australian
Stvainship Line, announcing
tho acquisition of tho S. S.
Aornugi, to run in conjunction
with the Miowera and uriimoo.
A grand round 'the world tour
from London, to occupy in com
fort 11C days, is projected for the
initial trip of tho new steamer.
She will leave London on March
17, calling nt Toneriffe, XJape
town, seven ports in Australia,
eithor Auckland or Wellington,
N. Z., und Suva, Fiji, aniviug
at Honolulu on or about Juno 8,
henco completing hor voyago to
British Columbia. Tho three
steamurs will theucoforth make
ttips each way betweon Sydney
aud Vancouver every four weeks,
ami either Auckland or Welling
ton, N Z., will be included in tho
ports of call. i
The circular is adorned with a I
fino engraving of tho Aotangi. j
Sho is a vessel of beautiful lint-a, j
her hull being somewhat like that
of the Arawu, which made some i
trips hero as a substitute first of i
tho Miowera aud again of tho '
Monowai. The Aorungi is bark- j
rigged with thieo masts, has a j
single smokestack, is of -1250 j
tons register and 5000 indicated I
horso power. 31. Campbell Hen
worth, 11. N. B., formerly of tho
Wnrrimoo, will bo her com
mander. It is announced that tho
Aoraugi has been adopted speci
ally for tho trade botwoon Sydnny
and Vnncouvor. Passengers can
stop over at Honolulu and con
tinue thoir journey by a lator
steamer of this line. "Attention
is called to the fact that tho sec
ond suloon of tho Aorangi was
formorly tho first saloon; a now
first saloon huvitig just been add
ed to this popular steamship, dur
ing tho time tho new matihinory
and boilerB were being built anil
fitted. Thus second cabin passen
gers are assured of comfortable
accommodation, aud tho appoint
ments and eqnipmout nro similar
to thoso of tho first saloon."
A Item tiled IlurRlnry.
j Somebody attempted to break
into Dr. Moore's apartments at
I tho Club Hotel yesterday morn
, ing at 2 o'clock, Mrs. Mooro
Hearing a doiho screamed, and
tho marauder skedaddled. It was
well for his epidormis that ho did,
as tho doctor was out of bed in a
flash and attor him with a gun.
A Chinaman's carrying polo was
found loaning against tho window,
and there wero barefoot prints on
tho weather board. Tho conjec
ture thoroforo comes easy that
somo Chinaman, weary of toting
crumpled lettuco from door to
door, lot his thoughts turn lightly
to burglary. If ho only know
how near ho came to having tho
coroner sit on him, probably ho
would tuko up his basket again
and "wnlkr-a" for tho slow nickels
of houest industry.
Cliiiii:rp of reli'iiliouo rurenimi.
Charles Crano has beon super
seded by 3lr. Bailey, who arrived
in the Australia this weuk, as out
side foreman of tho Mutual Tele
phone Company. Mr. Crane hav
ing declined to take a subordinate
position offered him is out of tho
company's employ. Ho came
ovor to tho Mutual from tho Bell
Company when tho two concerns
Charloa W. Hoffman, LL. D.,
librarian of the United States
Supreme Court since 1873, diod at
his homo in Frederick, Md., Deo.
27, of pneumonia. Ho was 07
years of age, unmarried and leaves
an estato worth noarly 8100,000.
Aiui.NJr:m:NTs I'mtrr.criiD roit
uir. ni Ami TOMUHKOW.
Colonel FI.Imt J iiret Tlml livery
iTImi In Mm Tffllll will
! fit- limy.
While the death of Minister
Willis has cast a gloom over the
whole city und tho clerk of tho
weather is in n M-e.iewhH.t capri
cious mood, btill ut Ihirt writing
much inteiest is being manifested
iu thin pity over tlm forthcoming
international shooting match bo
twoon the National Guards of Ca
lifornia aud Hawaii. By tho tortus
of tho match ono hundred men
from tho First Begimont of Cali
fornia and an equal humbor from
tho First Kogimont hero are to
shoot ten shots o.ich nl200ynrds on
or boforo tho 15th of January. Tho
match is to be for glory oily, but
it is understood that tho losing
team will present the victors with
a suitable trophy, which will pro
bably take tho firm of a silver
cup, it being mutually agiced that
tho same shall not cost more than
The management of tho affair
for tho llawaiians has beon
unanimously placed iu the
hands of Lieutenaut - Colonel
Fisher, not only becauso ho is
ono of tho be3t shots in tho regi
ment but beeaiiBo of his well
known intorost in such matters
aud his knowledge, of the men in
As at present nrranged tin Ha
waiian team will shoot I heir oud
of tlio match tomorrow, thus nl
lowing tho result to bo sout to
Sou Francisco by tho Bio de Ja
neiro, leaving hero ou Sunday.
The various companies composing
tho regiment have been practic
ing at tho Kakaako range nioro or
less faithfully for tho past month
for tho honor of gotting a place iu
tho team which is to represent
Hawaii. Colonel Fisher has kept
a closo account of tho scores made
but until today has boon quito
roticont as to tho composition of
tho team. He has, howover, now
finally selected thoso in tho fol
Field and Stair--Lioutonnut
Colonel Fisher, Major Jones,
Cuptaiu Sehaefer, Drum-major
King and Sergeant-major Elvin.
Company A Bordfelt, Du
chalsky, Peterson, Watson.
Compauy B-Jtiloy, Cummins,
Olson, Schmidt, Giles. Hagerup,
Schofield, Frnshor, White, Bol
flter, Johnson J. A., Ordwtiy, Ha
Company C Ferreira, Camaru,
Company D Burnotle, John
son, Bergstrotn, Gore, Amark,
Butler, Charlock, Nott, Smith,
Lemou, Macy, Cook, Buchanan,
Wildor Y Vida, Wilder H., Mo
Kinnon, Boyd, Smith, Harris,
Company E Florol, Scott,
Sproat, Taylor, Coyne, Gouvea,
31iddloton, Kiestor, Moore, Over
bock, Winant, Seybold, White
head, Sutton, O'Connor, Miller,
Geppert, Kilby, Wayne.
Company F- Gumpfor, Furry,
Johnson, Lndwig, Hauovold,
Voll berg, Luabiwa, FitzflimmotiH,
Hinds, Friedorsdorf, Peterson,
Borchert, 3Iulietuor, Johansou,
Boss, Wallace, Austin, Cook J.
Company G Bose, Koliipio,
3Iahouoy, Morse, Rose, Wilcox,
Kuliki, Dovaucholle, Wallace,
Sherwood, Kealoba, Nakuina.
Company H Souza, Carlylo.
Of the field and staff ollicors
represented in the abovo team
Colonel Fisher is u safe 45 shot
aud wero ho in better practice
would be good for more. Sorgo-ant-major
Elvin has mado the
possiblo 50 in practice and has re
peatedly scored anyway between
45 and 50, His best score in a
match has beon -JG. Drum-major
King is a careful and expert shot,
good for 43 or moro. The other
two officers aro 40 men.
Company A does not possess
many good shots, being composed
mainly of men working on the
government dredgnr and employ
ment which does not allow of
much time for prnctico. Of the
four selected by Colonel Fisher
Bordfeld is a 43 man and tho
others avorajj" from 38 to 40.
Company B is represented iu
tho team by ton men, all gool
shots. In company practico B's
first team has earned off the
honors and Ins recently won the
prize trophy. Captain 0-cav
White is tho best shot of the tenm
and ho seldom niakub lcb tliuii 41
in a match Olscu, Schmidt and
Hagorup nto all safe 42 innu und
i st avorago abou' 40,
these figures being i'l;i troni
official scorns in reeeut u
Cuiupuii U ih composou motl)
of Portiigupsn and ha few good
murktiucii, but of tho thu-o u thu
team Captain Camara is good for
42 and tho others 40 or 41 each.
Company D. has twenty repre
sentatives in tho team, out of
whom the best shots are Burnetto
and Johnson, both snfo 44 men,
while Amark, W. Wildor and
Vida Buoultl make 42 or over.
The balance of tho twenty aro not
apt to fall below tho 40 mark and
J should mako I hat average.
Company iii. 1ms somo good
shots or Colonel Fisher would
not lmvo selected seventeen of its
men for places in his team. They
may bo expected to mako as fol
lows: Whitehead 44, Sutlon and
3fooro 43, Sproat, Coyue, Gouvcn
und O'Connor 42 and tho rest an
avorago of from 38 to 40.
Company F. has al-o somo fino
shots iu tho seventeen men who
will ropresont it on Saturday,
Sam Johnson will head tlio list
with 45 or ovor, Ludwig should
coino next with 42 and the others
should avorago up 40 each.
Company G. is composed most
ly of nativo Hawaiians, thoir best
shots boing Sergeant Bose 42,
Captain Wilcox 41, Lieuten
ant Morso 41 and tho others 37
Tho two representatives of
Company H., tho youngest of the
voluntoer companies, aro expected
to mako 40 each.
Colonel Fisher said this morn
ing that he would like to aro tho
team mako 4000. Ho thinks thoy
ciu do it if they koep stiff upper
lips aud don't got nervous. The
toom has como within four points
of that figure in ono of their prac
tise shoots and iu another within
thirty. If thoy will only pas3 tho
4000 mark tou Saturday Colonol
Fisher will be tho happiest man
Tho Sharpshootors aro taking
quite a livoly interest in tho match,
and about twontyfivo of them aro
going out tomorrow to have a
practise shoot, just to show tho
soldiers how Ihcy would shoot iu
a match. It is the opinion of a
number of tho loading shots in
the Shnrpshootors Company that
tho team won't mako ovor 3800,
but tho soldiers say tho Sharp
shooters are prejudiced and don't
known much about shooting any
how. Whether Hawaii wins tho
match or not it is likely to result
in a second match botween tho
Sharpshooters and military.
.Tho list given above contains
98 names. Colonol Fishor will
not fill up tho number until tho
shoof is in progross. Ho has
nbout fifteen men in reserve in
addition to those selected.
Colonel Fisher and Captaiu E.
O. White havo authorized tho
Bulletin to announce that they
will raise a sum of tnonoy suffi
cient to furnish a dinner foi tho
whole team if they nro victorious.
If otherwise, tho toam will go
huugry as tho money will bo used
to pay for tho trophy to bo pro
souted to the Californians.
Shooting will commence prompt
ly at 11 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. SingorB lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
eat awardB at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcellonno of
eonstruction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Bergorsen, agent,
lflj Bethel streota.
ALOHA! HAPPY HAWAII
"imi:ii rttAWLUY wrtiTKH or
IIIM 'ISIT Til THIS CITY.
Ho licvli-UM (lie Trlp-Cordlnl Ittrgr-
tlmi oMSU 'iiini.v Honolulu'
Ifaiidiuiiii' I liviil re.
in the Inst number of tho San
Francisco Music nud Drama Man
agor Frnwloy writes of his trip to
Honolulu in tho following strain:
Tho Frawley company started
for tho Paradise of tho Pacific
'ih bon voyago Nov. 10, aud
good-ojeu waved from tho thou
sand or moro people on tho pier
to sue thorn off. Tho voyago was
a pleasant quo having only two
b id days, which wero enlivened,
howover, by several delightful
concerts given by tho Hawaiian
Band boys, whoso delight nt tho
approach of homo could not bo
measure I in words. Tlio first isl
am! of tho group caught sight of
Hearing Houolluatdnybreak was
Jlolokai, the island where the
leper colony is situated. About
7 o'clock reached tho first ap
proach to Honolulu, Diamond
llend supposed to ho an extinct
volcano of long years ago wns
ovory body's cuo to go on tho up
per deck to got a view of the city
lrom a distance and a pood viow
of tho harbor. Tho U. S. S.
Adams was lying off shore, nlho
tho U. S. S. Albatross.
Art wo eamo into tho harbor the
Band boys began to play tho Ha
waiiun air of welcome, and as tho
steaiiK-r drow up closer to tho
dock, which was literally crowded
with natives como friends, others
relatives and somo swootheorts of
the BandboyB,who wero returning
homo nftor an exilo of nineteen
mouths. As the etoamiir would
got nearer, somo ono from tho
pier would recognize somo ono iu
tho Baud and a shout of recogni
tion in Hawaiian,, which they
recognized, stopped playing
Momentarily to roooivo his re
sponse. Just than a thousand
cheers of wolcomo wont up from
as many throats. Hearty nlohos
woro responded to from tho Band
boys, whoso tears of joy streamed
down their bronzed facos t- tho
sight of homo again aud friendly
hands to greet them, making ns
pretty a sight as ono could wish
to seo. Tho discordant uotos of
musio caused by tears of gladness,
committing murdor on melody,,
was a gonuiuo dramatio scone,
with tho shouts of wolcomo re
sounding from the pier.
Of course there woio hundreds
of people thoro to suo our compa
ny, and ovory one soomed to havo
a Miiilo of wolcomo. Tho smile
did not bolio itself, as 1 discover
ed thein afterwards to bo as hos
Citablc a class of peoplo as can
o found in any land. Wo ar
rived ou Tuesday and opened that
night, Nov. 17, with tho play of
Thd Wife, which tho audience did
not seom to nppreoioto vory much,
though it pleased some. We
played throe nights each week
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
with a Saturday inatinoo. Our
second play, Tho Two Escut
cheons, was beautifully received
ovory point boing hugoly enjoy
ed. Our matiueo bill wns another
for which thoy did not care. At
night Lost Paradise was voted thu
best thing they had ever semi,
thu machine shop in tho third act
gotting a special call. The fol
lowing weok wasdevotod to Chari
ty Ball, Tho Sonator, All tha
Comforts of Homo and Tho En
sign, in the order named, Tlio En
sign being tho banner house of
the engagement and also murk' J
the top-notch house tho Fiawloy
company ever played to.
Our third weok oponed with His
Wifo'fl Father. The Great Un
known, Tho Highest Bidder nnd
Nanoy and Co.. completed our
three weeks. Wo wero requested
to give another performance ns
our steamor did not sail nutH
Thursday; so wo gave The Jilt on
Tuesday, which they seemed to
stuteiWv.r--yi!r. &v?& s Jkl&
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