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THE PAtlFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 21, 1905.
i 0 SpecialS "Bucks Pneumatic Air Cell 55 0 i FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. 11 SIP MOUNTS are handled exclusively by WILL, NICHOLS CO., Morton's genuine English Raspberry Jam in lib tins, 10c or $1.10 per doz. I ' " ' 1 h Cr r 1 I THIS STAMP WILL PRINT 11 . .Mwmi g -if L- over any rough surface, giving, a Clear and Perfect Impression. This is the only Rubber Stamp made that will give perfect sat isfaction at all times. OUR STAMPS have a Deep Cat die which assures Perfect Results. We have recently added to our shop equipment a new improved Steam Vulcanizer operated by city gas. "We find it a great improvement over old methods which are still in use by other manufacturers.- Compare our . vJJ Deep Cut Dies to any other make, you will find " Ours the Best" TRY US AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. TBE QUEER'S HOSPITAL Pay Patient Department THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAX, PAY PATIENT DEPARTMENT, offers su perior accommodations and attendance for pay patients. The recent "Pauahi Annex' ' addition to the Hospital, with its modernly equipped Operating Boom, Sterilising, Anesthetic and Bath Booms, also Portable Baths, afford an up-to-date service in every respect, with Besident Physician, staff of Trailed Nurses, &c, also an Elevator Service. The following are the rates: t- Private rooms... $2.50 to $3.50 per diem. Practicing Physicians are invited to place patients in private rooms, such patients to remain under the dare of their own physician, subject to the rules of the Hospital; such patients will, however, have to pay their own doctor. Applicants for admission to the Hos pital must furnish the Superintendent a surety for Hospital charges, or else pay two weeks in advance, which must be renewed every week thereafter. In Surgical cases a charge of from $5 to $15 is made for use of Operating Boom and materials. Surgeons are in vited to use the Operating Boom of the Hospital under the above specified rates, and arrangements for hours can be made with the Superintendent. Persons desiring admission to the Hospital should apply to the Superin tendent, on the premises, Punchbowl and Miller streets. For further information or refer ence, apply to the Superintendent or Besident Physician at the Hospital, GEO. W. SMITH, Esq., Secretary (Benson, Smith & Co.), or E. P. BISHOP, Treasurer (C. Brewer & Co.). 7209 ALL KINDS OF BUILDING AND REPAIR WORK DONE ON SHORT NOTICE by Win. T. Paty. 1048 A LAKE A STREET. SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT HRUM'S GOOD GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES. Call and be convinced. COTTON BROS. & CO. ..ENGINEERS AND GENERAL CON : TRACTORS. '"Plans and Estimates furnished for all 1 classes of Contracting: Work. " Boston Block, : : ; : Honolulu. COWBOYS? RIDE TODAY ?rv Big Roping Carnival at Kapiolani Park. The town has practically been turned over to the cowboys for this afternoon and nearly all Honolulu will be on hand to witness the merry sports of gents of the spurs and lariats. The occasion will assume somewhat the aspect of a society event owing to the number of weii-known local polo players who will participate in the pro gram. The watermelon and egg races will furnish no end of amusement and will open only to the polo players. The grand-stand at Kapiolani Park has Deen thoroughly cleaned and put in order and every detail is now in readi ness for a successful opening of the show. " ' Eberi Low returned from Honouliuli yesterday morning after having seen the steers that were selected for the roping and tying contest and pro nounces them to be about the wildest specimens he has ever seen. The liberal prizes offered have at tracted a great many aspirants and the management will have plenty of ma terial on hand to keep the sport mov ing in a lively fashion. A program has been arranged that will go along smoothly without waits between events. The track officials will be as follows: Judges, Walter F. Dillingham, Louis Warren and Robt. Shingle; clerk of the course, Eobt. W. Atkinson; official starter, AJika Dowsett; announcer, "Doc" Monsarrat. The Hawaiian band will be on hand to play appropriate music and Ka pellmeister Berger will introduce sev eral new airs to the music-loving public. The festival promises to.be as novel and spectacular an entertainment as has ever been given here and will fur nish a fund of enjoyment that will please the crowd. The prizes donated by busirles3 houses and individuals are as follows: Theo. H. Davies & Co ' Mexican Saddle, value $65.00 Metropolitan Meat Co $25.00 H. Hackfeld & Co $25.00 E. O. Hall & Son.... ....Winchester Sporting Carbine I Pacific Hardware Co Colt Revolver . M. Mclnerny. Stetson Cowboy Hat Fred. Philp & Bro Fancy Mexican Bridle Woods & Sheldon Fancy Hunting; Knife Mclnerny's Shoe Store.. Sporting Boots Greenbaum & Co ..Mexican Saddle, value $30.00 Hawaiian News Co Carved Leather Belt C. Brewer & Co $25.00 R. B. Banning .' $10.00 Castle & Cooke, Ltd $25.00 Bishop & Co, $25.00 Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land j Co. $25.00 M. P. Robinson $10.00 Claus Spreckels & Co..'. $25.00 Allen & Robinson $10.00 The program of events is as follows; FIRST EVENT. WATERMELON RACE 1st prize Decoration, of Winner by the Ladies. 2nd Prize 50 Shares Kamalo Entries Robt. Shingle, Geo. Potter. Geo. H. Angus, Clarence Cooke, Harold Dillingham, and others. SECOND EVENT. BUCKING PONY CONTEST Entries open on ground for men and boys under one hundred pounds weight. 1st Prize $10.00 2nd Prize Carved Leather Belt THIRD EVENT. ROPING AND TYING CONTEST Entries Arthur Jones (Leilehua : Ranch), white and blue; Pulu (Hono , ulluli Ranch), black; Keau (Honouliuli i Ranch), pink; Ikua Purdy (Parker : Ranch), green and gold; Wm. Spencer (Parker Ranch), red; Archie Kaaua (Parker Ranch), blue; Geo. McKnew (Honouliuli Ranch), white: Lt. Dp Fries (Honolulu Fire Dept.), . Cattle will be chosen by lot. Judges will choose the winner from the stand point of general ability, condition of animal, and time. 1st Prize Mexican hand-carved Saddle, value .....$65.00 2nd Prize j25.oo Cash 3rd Prize Sporting Boots - - mm itif i iiiiriinri-ff tffi frtr "tr Jt -liifrJi g irMirn W' t AiHH jtiiniir Hlwfnh ft JS,1-"rf " COWBOYS ON SAM PAEKEB'S RANCH. 0O0 XXKXXKXXXX) CK000 FOOTBALL COMETH WITH OCTOBER'S DAYS The cooler, shorter days of October are here in all their glory. To the sportsman, be he hunter or f ootballist, they are welcome and have been eagerly awaited. They mark the exit of baseball, tennis and almost all outdoor ama- teur games, excepting football, from baseball leagues in the eastern states have played their closing games, the American league honors going to Philadelphia, the National to the New York Giants. Last week marked the closing of most leagues excepting the Pacific Coast, which will continue to do business until December 3. With the going of baseball comes the greatest amateur sport in the calen dar football. During the heat of summer the football man has no desire to pursue his chosen game, rather resting and enjoying the vacation for which he worked so hard. But as summer moves along and the "first cool morning appears there is a feeling in the football warrior's bones for which he can not account. Something tells him to go out on the campus and run and frisk. He finds it hard to control himself. He must do something. Pictures of last year's gridiron come before his vision, showing either a great victory or some sad defeat, and in a moment the old feeling has possessed him and he must seek the enchanted field. The football season at the eastern colleges is on in earnest and within a week the western elevens will be fighting for supremacy. The prowess of the different teams has been predicted and proclaimed far and wide, the only remaining part to be carried out being the playing of the matches. Here in Hawaii, senior football will commence on Thanksgiving Day, though long before that the junior league will whet the publie appetite for what is to come. fITTA-Wn-PS TW T?TTT.T!a The rules under which intercollegiate football contests this season will be Tecor$, for three heats, and when Dan conducted are not radically different from those of last year, but such changes : patch's time was given out the excite ms have been made deal. with a stricter interpretation of the written laws of the ' ment approached frenzy. Cheering peo game. The object seems to be to bring football players to a realization of the ' pie threw hats and wraps in the air fact that rules were written to be observed. Officials are strictly enjoined to ' an(j swarmed on to the track despite impose the severest penalties for infractions, and some of the penalties have j the efforts; of policemen, the ovation been made more severe than ever before. The changes make it very much harder for the officials, balk rule in baseball has now been, made to apply to football makes a move to .snap the ball, and i-lav. and anv one mav crab it. The run with the ball after receiving if from the snapperback, if he passes the line c , , . . . , .A . x. . , , . . , five yards to the right or left of the point where the ball was put in play, necessitates making a checkerboard of the entire field. Clearer definitions of the rules bearing on the catching of punts, the times when the ball is dead and when it is in play and the knotty question of what , , . ff . . -, , -, . . , , x. . ., puts an offside man onside are found in the new rules. It is evidently the object of the rules committee to stop unnecessary roughing, especially the at- tacks on the man with the ball after mterference with the fullback after a outside. All of which makes it very who is expected to see everything and CK000 4th Prize Fancy Bridle . FOURTH EVENT. EGG RACE 1st Prize Colt Revolver 2nd Prize 100 Shares Maunalei s FIFTH EVENT j STRAIGHT-AWAY TEST ROPING CON- ' Entries Contest. same as Roping and Tying 1st Prize Mexican Saddle, value $30.00 2nd Prize Winchester Carbine 3rd Prize Stetson Cowboy' Hat o-..- T,r SIXTH EVENT. EMERGENCY ROPING CONTEST Same entries as Roping and Tying Contest. 1st Prize $25.00 2nd Prize $10.00 3rd Prize Hunting Knife SEVENTH EVENT. RIDING WILD STEER Entries Chas. H. Hellina, Will Bel lina, and others. 1st Prize .....$20.00 2nd Prize $ 5.00 EIGHTH EVENT. HANDKERCHIEF TEST PICKING CON- 1st Prize $ 5.00 2nd Prize $ 2.50 NINTH EVENT. BRONCHO-BUSTING CONTEST Entries Mauna, Geo. McKnew, Joe Love, and others. 1st Prize $20.00 Second Prize $10.00 the stage of athletic activity. The big The pitcher's If the center does not snap it, it is to be regarded in ouart.er - back rule, allowing the auarter to he has been downed, and the concerted j punt, to prevent him putting his team hard for the official with but two eyes, to punish severely. Baseball Today. At 1:30 p. m. today on the league baseball grounds the ' championship team from Maui will play against the H. A. Cs. The expectancy of the fans is to see a rattling good game, for the Mauis have come here with a redoubt able reputation. Those who have been to Maui and played ball there with the Mauites know that they can put up a good game. The Mauis in making the match ori- finally barred Joy and Reuter from going to me dox. lesteraay iney sa.m something about not .wanting Desha in the box or Sheldon on one of the bags. The H. A C. said it is Desha and Sheldon or no ball, and the Maul boys felt satisfied to take the H. A. C. team as it has been made up. Bert Bowers will umpire, so the Ma ui boys needn't growl about decisions, for Bert is Al. Owing to the cowboy tournament to take place later in the afternoon, the two teams will begin actual playing at 1:30 sharp. Cricket. 1 ! Cricket wHl be played this afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp ,pn the grounds, as follows: f Makiki Cable Company-Rowell, Broadfoot, CI -.u.wc o Catton. Crewe-Read, Sedgwick Honolulu Cricket Club R. Anderson, McLean, McGill, Hatfield, Stanley, Gill. Quinelle, Beardmore, Herbert, Lougher. Withington, Martin, Rath, Tucker, Jor- dan. 9 COUNTRY CLUB PLANS The Governor Will Take Twenty Shares of Stock. The Honolulu Country Club project is now looking-up, for yesterday Gover nor Carter agreed to be one of ten men to take twenty shares at $25 per share. If ten men take twenty shares the sum of $5,000 will be immediately available to the proposed club, and there are enough outside applications for at least one share each, although many ask for more, to make up the $10,000 required . to start the club on its career. The lease is expected on any steamer from the Rooke heirs in England. It is made out to Wade Warren Thayer, one of the foremost promoters of the Coun try Club idea, and when the subscrip tions are in it will be turned over to the club, which is to be incorporated. The lease is for twenty years at $900 per annum. The Rooke estate is in Nuuanu Valley and comprises the land between the Nuuanu stream and the top of the mountains, about the mid dle section of the valley. It is admir ably located, and with its rolling hills", etc., is well adapted to golfing. A large committee is prepared to go ahead with the plans for the improve ment of the estate," which may include besides golf links, tennis courts, shoot ing booths, cricket grounds, etc., be sides a fine clubhouse for social func tions and the necessary smaller build ings for "use by members taking ad vantage of the athletic features. . . , New Mark for Pacers. LEXINGTON (Ky.), October 7. Dan Patch, king of pacers, today clipped three-quarters of a second from his own world's record, negotiating the mile in 1:55 1-4. A crowd of 10,000 was already in a high state of enthusiasm over the smashing of the world's race continuing several minutes. The great son of Joe Patchen and Zeelika appeared for his trial at 4 o'clock. The track was lightning fast j and there was no wind, the conditions being ideal. Scott there was no wind, the weather Hudson 1 was behind tne Pacemaker. A strip of ! cloth between the wheels of the for- 1 ward sulky to prevent dirt being j thrown behind was the only suggestion of a, wind shield. Hersey was behind Dan Patch. The books offered 4 to 5 either way on the result of the effort, There were cheers when 0.29 1-2 was hung out for the first quarter. Dan Patch's nose was almost against Hud- 1 A. 1 A. 1- a T I 1. sou s cuai auu ine truwu uegan vaimj yelling to Hudson to move up. Hope was stimulated when 0:57 1-2 was post ed for he half. Excitement became in tense when the three-quarters was passed in 1:26 1-4 and the spectators began shouting encouragement to the drivers. Into the stretch came the greajt piacer still keeping his even. seemingly effortless, .stride, when the . runner at his sulky wheel began to crawl up. Hudson gave a little more rein, but Hersey sat like a statue, not urging his charge with whip or word. Patch made no lasf supreme effort. He Just finished the mile as he had begun j it. He had scarcely broken into a ' sweat when led back to receive the plaudits of the crowd. Football. The Punahou third team defeated the St. Louis College third team yes terday at football on the Punahou campus. Score, 2S to 0. The Punahous had an easy thing. It was their first game this season. The Punahou's average weight is about 100 pounds. The team is composed of boys from the college freshman class and the larger boys from the Prep. . f . Sportlets. Frank Richardson, former manager of the Elks' baseball team, says he gregation. The first game of the Indoor Baseball League series will be played this even- 'fias i me i. m. (j. A. gymnasium, at 7:3t o'clock. V4- "Chal" Graham is again in town, looking: aa rotund and Jolly before. Time was when "Chal" was the Eddl Graney of Honolulu's fistic exhibitions. Libby's Chicken Loaf. Excellent for lunch, sandwiches, etc. lib tins, 25c. J Come Early I Henry lay fi Co., Ld. TELEPHONES: Retail, Main 22; Wholesale, Main 92. peaking- of Old Kona Coffee! How would a cup of Coffee made from 8-year-old Kona go? We have a few bags of this excellent Coffee (probably the only lot in the city) which we will offer (while it lasts) at $1.75 per 6-pound tins, freshly roasted and ground while you wait. Try a tin. M. W. McChesney & Sons, Ltd. Coffee Boasters; Queen Street. J. flopp a Co. FINE FURNITURE 1053-1059 YOUNG BUILDING, Bishop Street. Choose the Artistic MANY NEW DESIGNS IN , Monuments Can be seen at 1048-50 Alakea Street. J. C. AXTELL & CO. Phone Blue 1801. P. O. Box 642. Dry Cleaning Garments cleaned by this process at Mrs. A. M. Mellis Dressmaking Establishment. Sachs Black, Honolulu. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. W. HIRAI BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, PHONE MAIN 16L Beretanla street, between Smith and Maunakea Street. To Order Suits for(Young Men a Specialty. EVERY SUIT INDIVIDUAL NO TWO ALIKE. George A. Martin Merchant Tailor. Merchant St.. 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