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SAI 1 PHOTO i
Charlie Frazier Tells a
Few Big Ones On
WRESTLERS SHAKE A GUN
OFF WITH STRANGE EFFECT
HONOLULU TENDERFOOT WINS A
WILD COLT ON A BLUFF.
RANCHER NAILS DUDE'
"Thero's nothing In tho world to
equal a trip to Hawaii for a vacation."
said Chas. II. Frailer, who with A,
Oartlcr. returned on tho Klnau Satur
day from Humuula Sheen Station,
where they have bccii guests of Ebcn
Low for tho past two weeks. "I have
certainly had the time of my life."
"Our trip was a continuous series of
sightseeing, hunting and rough riding
that would make a good chapter In tho
"One of the most exciting experiences
we had was that of roping wild cattle
at about tho 9000-foot elevation on
Maunakca. Wo took two days for the
trip and our squad of rough riders,
consisting of six expert cowboy's be
sides r.bon ljnvf. Alonr.o Onrtley. nnd
myself, wended Its way slowly up the
mountain about fifteen miles from the
sheep station. As we ncarcd tho vicin
ity whero wild cattlo might be expect
ed, conversation ceased anil tho cow
boys scattered out so as to more easily
scaro up tho game. We were high up
in a belt of fog and It was Impossible
to sco very far ahead. Buddenly Kbcn
Low's lynx-like eyes caught sight of
an enormous wild bull, and without
parley he started after him. There
was only one thing for me to do unless
I cared to chance being lost on the
mountain, and that was to gallop with
the others over the rough lata, up hill
and down, over boulders and fallen
trees, across numerous holes and chance
breaking my neck. Oartley, who was
well mounted and Immediately behind
Kbcn Low, didn't even hcsllato but
plunged eagerly to tbe chase. A wild
bull can do somo running and It wut)
four or five minutes before we caught
up and then It was Just as wo emerged
In a large-slzo kipuka or open place
on tho mountain. This was a beautiful
ploio for a throw and Low whirled liU
rope, but unfortunately, missed. Aton.
to Oartley, coming up behind with a
lariat, twirled it over his head with
the skill of an expert and making tho
throw-, It sailed gracefully through tho
air aud landed fairly over the hull's
horns. Coming up bo rapidly from be
hind, Gartlcy's horse went by the cap
tured animal like a Bhot, and the raw
hide, catching the bull from bchlud
around both Hanks, threw him Into a
knot before anyone knew what had
happened. Ebcn Low hastily dismount
ed and tied the enraged bull's hind feet
wbllo Gartlcy's horse bcld It down with
a taut rope. A wild bull Is no docile
pet oven after he is roisd and tied, so
Low pulled his cowboy saw from his
boot leg and took off tbo sharp points
of thchorns to minimize tho danger In
case tho bovine should make good one
of his charges after rising to his feet.
After this was accomplished, which
was moro quickly than It con be told,
ttben Low looked at Gartley a full min
ute before he could speak.
"Well you can hang mo for a Jack
rabbit," he finally managed to ejacu
late. "Hero am I, supposed to be an
expert with tbo lass and it takes one
of you city fellows to beat mu at my
Gartley didn't undertake to explain
how he did It but merely looked wise.
During the balance of our stay Gart
ley attracted moro attention and ad
miration for this exploit among th
cow punchers thanJ'reiJdent Roosevelt
could have done had ho been there. We
got several good specimens of beef that
day, tho cowboys having mado good
throws. Tbe second day might have
resulted in a serious mishap but for
the brilliant work of Archto Kaaua.
Eben Low made a pretty throw for a
large red .and white steer but the an
imal dodged around a tree Just as the
rope landed. Low's' horso went on the
other sldo of tho treo and tho rope
coming taut against the trunk, the sud
den Jerk brought the steer and horse
together. To add further danger to
the situation the occurrence was on a
steep hillside. A moment after the Im
pact Low looked the lurlnt from his
saddle horn and the horse, feeling It
self frco from the tangle, made off at
a great rate, leaving Its rider to man
age tho steer alono. Low, whoso legs
were under tho steer, grasped tho
beast by ono horn with his right hand
nnd as It rose he vaulted on to Its bade
as his only preservation. Just then
Arthlo Kaaua appeared on tho scene
and Inking In tho situation at a glance,
threw his rope over the steer's head.
Another cowboy throw from tho oppo
blto sldo and between tho two thoy had
the beast at their mercy. Seeing the
danger past and the situation being tin
ludrlcrous, Gartley Bnappcu a picture
of Eben Low hanging on to the steer's
neck for dear life, before ho could dis
mount from his provarious position.
Eben didn't relish his steer ride nor
does he like to discuss it, and his
friends In town are advised not to men
After roping cattlo tho next (lilng
is to lead them down onto tho plains
and that Is no child's play. Two of the
cowboys get the rope on a steer ami, ono
leads wiillo tho other holds back. Tho
steer constantly charges to rid himself
of his captors and It requires a great
deal of titrengtli and Judgment to man
ago him; the steer often takes refugo
In a clump of trees, but Is quickly dis
lodged by twisting his tall.
Of course thero's an clement of dang
er In'tho kind of sport Indulged In by
Hawaii cowboys, but If one stays on tho
back of a good borse he Is out of tnoit
of It. On ono excursion wo went after
wild boars and ot several, but one old I
fellow nearly got one or our party. 1
bad shot at the brute between til"
shoulders but the bullet seemed only to
cxaspcrato hint. He stopped for n mo-
am ft aiaiMn1 s-Attnrt f I lit n iiht nttfl
surveyed us, then charge'.! the crowd.
A wild hog Is capable of terrible dam '
- whn .mii.l.i..l rnn nnk-klv rl..
a man to pieces with his sharp t'Uik; ,
We all Jumped to our saddles with tho
exception of Sam Parker, Jr, who stood
his ground and waited until the boar
was within ten feet from him, tliciii
nearly blew its head oft with his 4&-TU
Winchester. It takes nerve to stand
up llko that, for a miss would have
meant some very nastly wounds at
least for tho hunter.
Desldes wild cattle and hogs there Is
splendid plover and goat shooting and
thousands of quail nt Humuula.
Eben Low is a very genial host and
helped make our trip a most pleasur
able one. A man that wants a real va
cation, no matter whether he resides
In Honolulu or on the mainland, should
steer straight for Hawaii. The Hono
lulu man gets a change of climate, too.
as the temperature at the Humuula I
Sheep Station hovers between 30 aud
40 degrees F. I
We made the ascent of Maunaken1
after a heavy snow fall at the summit,
nnd the sight we saw was simply won
derful. Mr. Gartley got some splendid
Lben Low Is a great Joker and
Is responsible for many laughable Inil-
dents. There- was once'at least, how- (
ever, that the laugh was turned on
Eben and that In a most unexpected
Way. It happened that while we werol
riding through one of tho big paddocks
that I sighted a pretty two-) ear-old
roan colt nnd carelessly expressed a de
tire to possess it. Low said. 'If you
i an hack that colt I'll make you a prcs
rnt of him,' and I, thinking his remark
only a bluff, said 'III do it
surprise and embarassment ix,w'
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end proceeded to place a saddle on It
back. Tho fun had progressed entire
ly too far for my comfort nnd I a
EM nerV brokeUsu n'J C e I
that had never been broken s supposed
to possess some bucking ability I
llectcd, however, that unless I mad
pt nt least, tho remainder'
It Humuula womld be rend I
of my visit at
ieu unuturauic lor me amount oi
" ,W.?,!!1?..! V"i"i'. '"J
"ini ivhi unu tivunriiMr) ft imviiuicu iu
mount. Imagine the astonishment ol
the expectant onlookers when the colt
walked along serenely with Us burden
without the least thow of fear.
"I thought myself that he was toi
surprised to buck but would give i
cyclonic exhibition as soon as be rn
lovered, so I remained in the saddls
only long enough to make good my
claim for having ridden the animal, aud
dismounted as hastily as I could wltL
out seeming precipitation. Tho only
regret that I have now- is that I didn't
(tick Ebcn for a saddle and bridle i
"U'c came near having a serious no
rldent one afternoon at the l'ohnku Loa
station. Archie Kaaua and n cowboy
were wrcitllng In the cabin and ths
Jarring of the light Jtruuure caused
n big Colt six-shooter to drop from
nail on which It was hung The con
tact with tho floor exploded tho carl
ridge in tho chamber and the build
went straight to Archie's leg, but for
tunately struck on the skinning knife
which nil Hawaiian cowboys carry In
their boots It glanced from the knlfa
and, making a second hole In tho boot.
burled Itself In ono of the timbers of
tho cabin, without having even graze 1
Archies stun. Notwithstanding his nar
row cscapo Archie nursed a bruised leg
for several days afterward.
"As wc left Humuula, Ebcn Low was
practicing another of his jokes. IU
had Frank Ilalstead, and Sam and Rer
rlt Wilder nut in tho sheep barn nail
Ing thtlr collars, along with those ol
Prof. I'lckerlng nnd other notable?, to
tho wall, as the penalty for wearing
white linen within the precincts of
Kawhlde Hen, as Khcn Is arrectlonatol;
called by his friends."
KltAUSS In this city, Jan. 28, at
Kamchameha school, to Mr. and Mrs.
F. O. K ran si, a son.
MAYFIKLD At Honolulu, January
29. at 1:30 p. m., to Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mayfleld, a son,
Wank booka of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by tho Oullctln I'ub.
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Vi OF OLD i(i
The Hawaii Catholic Mission's eld
ctt lay brother, Aqullle Carbounier,
died peacefully of old ago on Sunday
evening about 10 o'clock nt the Mil
lion house. For three years he had de
clined In health and remained In UK
Drothcr Aqullle was born on Octobc'
30, 1822. Ho entered the brotherhood
on March 7, 1S15, and was designated
for service In Hawaii He arrived hero
March 20, 1SIC, with Father Charles,
who went to Hllo, and Father'Modcslr.
He verved hero nearly sixty years.
Ilrother Aqullle was well versed la
Hawaiian history. He did not speak
i:nglNi, but was fluent in the Hawaiian
The funeral will take place nt
today from tho Catholic Cathed
1 P. m
mass for tho rcporo of his soul will U
held at 7 a. m. tomorrow,
. HORSE BREAKS NECK
A $200 horso belonging to a Chinese
hackman rnn nwny Saturday afternoon,
starting on I.lllha street near King.
The nulmal Increased Its speed until
finally It broke from tho vehicle. Near
the corner of Houghtalllng road aud
School street the horso slipped and
plunged over an embankment, brcnklng
Its neck. The Chinaman owner escaped
without injury but the buggy wan
badly broken before the horse beenmo
detached. When Captain I.oelle of tin
mounted police arrived a minute after
the accident, the horse was dead.
Hills "What -.d tho dentlBt Bay
when that man wanted him to extract
n tooth free of charge?" Wills "Ho
ton! him that e dliln t want a tooth
pulled: It was his ncrvo he wanted
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