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Vol. I. Xo. 5.
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Kaahumiuin Street. Honolulu.
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S. I. Sit AW, Pkopbictob,
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and FINE BEER,
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Importers & Com mission
Honolulu, - Hawai an Islands
dub tables Co.,
. S. FvGRAHAM,:Manager.
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, V. McINERNY, FRorniLTOK,
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Office Hours From 9 a.m. to
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ESTABLISHED A. D. 1SG3
Candy Factory !
Ice Cream Parlors
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In all hranches of the lns-iiess on
AMERICAN. FRENCH, ENG
LISH and GERMAN
PASTRIES MADE TO ORDER
Wedding and Birth-da7
Made of the very best material,
unsurpassed in richness of quali
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FACTORY & STORE,
No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Nuuanu andFort Streets
BOTH TELEPUOXtSo. 74.
The following are the four most
essential gaits iu what is known
as Kentucky saddle horse:
The fox trot is simply a modi
fication of the true trot; and whilo
It Is not a true diagonal motion it
departs from it simply in the faofc
that the foro foot touches tho
ground slightly iu ndvanco of tho
diagonal hind foot. It is per
haps the slowest of the distinc
tive or artificial saddle gaits, but
it is above all others an all-dav
guit, and a hcrse possessing it to
perfection will perhaps make a
longer joiime- from sunrise to
sunset under saddlo than at any
other gait. A horse can travel
sevontyfivo miles a day at this
gf.it, aud at night neither horse
nor rider will be seriously tired.
The rate of speed is six to seven
miles an hour for most horses.
The horse when going at this gait-,
should always be ridden with r.
loose rein, as he generally carrien
his head low.
Tho running walk is simply a
modification of the trot, but tho
head is carried higher than in
the fox-trot or the ordinary walk,
and tho hind, foot takes tho
ground in advance of the diagonal
fore foot, which breaks tho con
cussion. A closer roin is goner
ally held here than iu the foxj
trot, and the pace is a faster ono
and may bo earned to a .three
mi unte gait before tho horso is
forced out of it. This is a moro
showy gait than tho fox-trot, ami
in it thepoiso of tho horso ia
such as to give him more of a
climbing actio in front. In tho
running walk the sound of tho
footfalls is not unlike that of tho
ordinary walk quickened, and tho
feet take the ground in tho samo
order. It might be described aa
i variation of the true walk by
imparting to it an elastic or
' ounuding quality iu fact, a walk
m a run, if such a contradictory
lescription is admissable. Trot
ters in harness frequently get
way at tnis.gait when started
suddenly nnder a firm pull upon
the bit before they settle to thu
lao rack (or side rack, as it
aonctimes called), is a modifica
tion of the hue pace, In which
the hind foot strikes the ground
n adv.ince of its lending foro
toot. This gait admits of a wido
range of speed, say from four
m.les an hour to faster than a
iliree minnto gait. This is a fav-,
..r.te saddle gait with ladies, and
Mibms better suited to tho side
ssuldle than iny other. Few gen
iemen like it as wolL as tho fox
trot, though it is often used as an
ail-d3' business git, and of thft,
tivo is more readily taken by
h.-rses that have a natural pacing-t--udency.
Tho single-feet (or single foot
ed rack) cMneoE bo classed as
either a diagonal or lateral gait.
It is exactly intermidiate between
a trot and a rwee, or, if yon please
is such an t-xaggeration of the
fox-ir.t as to bring it half-way to
tit rack, or vice-versa. Lach
fo -tb'eeras to move lodejiendenl-.
ly of association with either
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