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Slibfrlistnmrts. &xtvttetmtntt. Sldmtiscmfnfs. FOR SALE! THE Honolulu Almanac AND DIEECTOEY. A3f OFFICIAL A2ff D , Easiness Directory of Honolulu, TOGETHER WITH FriL Statistical k General Information Relating to tbe Havv'u Island. For Sale by J.M.Oat, Jr., & Co AXD AT The P.C. Advertiser Office. PRICE, FIFTY CTS. PEE COPY Honolulu, January 27, 1S35. THE WHITE HOUSE. the; L. B.KERR. :o:' MEBCHAM TAILOE, MESSES. RAPHAEL WEILL & CO. TO) W111. Gr. Irwin & Co. OFFER FOR SALE Sugar! Sip! Sugar! II ILEA PLANTATION " Washed " Sugar in kegs. CALIFORNIA SUGAR REFINERY Cube Sugar in 25 lb. boxes. D-y Granulated, in barrels and keg. "A" Crushed Sugar, in barrels. "D" Coffee Sugar, in kegs. Gol?o Syrup, in gallon tins. Coils Manila Rope, all sizes. Coils Sisal Rope, G thread to 2H inch. Coils Bale Rope and Banana Twine. Reed's Patent Pipe and Boiler cqvemng---all sizes. MANILA CIGARS. Salmon, Beef and Port, in tarrels. One 4 1-2 foot Smoke Stack, 85 feet nigb, will be SolI Cheap. 574-JuG CONOVER BEOS'. 105 EAST HTH ST., NEW YORK. Tbe moat arti3tlc Upright Pianos ever produced, . both for quaJIty of tone and wonderful and elastic actions. The coming upright pianos of the world. Send for Illustrated catalogue, description and prices to - f. w. spexcer: A CO., Pacific Coo ?t Agents, 23 and 25 Fifth Street. SAN FRANCISCO. 475 Uw . "Furniture, Bedding JTSTTD CARPETS, The Finest and Best Selection on the Pacific Coast. All of Eastern and Foreign Make, and Latest Design. OFFERS AT LOW FIGURES. Jos. Fredericks & Co., C49 and 65t Market St., SAX FRANCISCO 473 ap-34w AVEEY & PALMEK, Oeueral Bnslness and Real Estate Aleuts. Prompt Attention givA to Collections. Office, So. 66 Fort Street, Honoluln. f 589 tf NOTICE. The undersigned have this day been appointed ASSIGNEES of the Estate of A. W. RICHARD SON fe CO., bankrupts. All persons indebted to said estate are hereby notitled to make immedi ate payment at the office of V. C. Parke. W. C. PARKE, I O. V. SMITH. Assignees. Honolulu February 26th, 1885. 556 tf Rheumatism, RHEPlAT1CPAI:s"S' NEURALGIA, SPINAL and Nervous Complaints, cured by Sfc Gal vani sm . 5 9 No shock Is experienced, nothing but a pleasant tingling seasation. iTRa CCTHBERT. 81 Alakea street, between Hotel and Kong sts. Honolulu, March 10. 94 aprl? Have the honor to announce to their numerous customers of the Hawaiian Islands that they are prepared to take Special Orders for all kinds of Merchandise in the DRY GOODS LUSTE, GAZETTE BUILDING, Ha Jnat Returned from Europe WITH A LARGE STOCK OF New Goods and Materials Of the Latest Styles and Patterns, Opposite Campbell's Block, and Next Door to the New Bank Building, Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets. Ua. mrr.rmtoA Jr. Porio li- tlmi'p hnvnrs n n , ,1 ! xro vat 1 i n FT nn ol 11 hi . 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Ice Cream will be served at the SARATOGA HOUSE, on Hotel Street, until Further notioe. bdOpen naily until 10 P.M. Orders received and carefully attended to. Weddings and Parties supplied. Telephone 181. Our cart with Celebrated Ice Cream will mate Its usual route in the evening. 395tf THE CURRENCY ACT The New Gold Law. . FEW COPIES OF THE WEEKLY A. Pacific Commercial Advertiser of the 29th July. 1SS4, containing: the FULL TEXT or the Currency Act, can be hatr on application to the P. C. Advertiser Office. Price 25 cents each. Publisher P. C. ADTERTISER. Carriages lor hire at all hours of the dry or night; also, conveyances of all kinds for parties going around the Island. Excellent Saddle Horses lor .Ladies and Gentlemen. Guaranteed Gentle. Carriage Xos. a, 24, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 and 53. Double and single teams always to be had en livery at the most reasonable rates. Large and small omnibus for picnics and excur sion parties, carrying from 10 to 40 passengers, can always be secured by special arrangements. Omnibus time tables can be obtained oy apply ing at the office. The Eoufc Branch Bathing: House can always be secured for picnic or excursion parties by applying at the oflice. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. Telephone No. 34. JAS. D0DD, Proprietor. 393tf -:o:- HORSE-BREAKING. (continued.) By C. B. MILES. -:o: BEAVER SALOON. NO. 1 FORT STREET. Opposite Wilder fc Co.'sl H. J. Nolte, Propr. OPKX rOM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M. Fl EST-CLASS LOCOES, COFFEE, TEA, SODA WATER, GINGER ALE, Cigars and Tobaccos OF BEST BRANDS Plain and Fancy PIPES personally selected from the Manufacturers, and a Large Variety of BEST QUALITY SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Lovers of BILLIARDS will find an Elegant nWICK & CO. BILLIARD TABLE on the Premises. The Pioprietor would be pleased to receive a cal oru his Friends and the Public generally who may desire a Ll'XCII, A SMOKE, OR A GAME OF BILLIARDS. tow to Break a Colt. If you ask a man engaged in the business the above question, and he answers you truthfully, nine out of ten will tell you, when you commence on a colt, that the very first thing you must impress upon his mind is that you are his master ; that it is business to submit to your will ; mat you must breaK up an tus stubbornness right away on the start, and also make him afraid of vou, so that he will not dare to do anything he may think you do not want him -to do, even if you have to be severe with him at times. Now, while I am not going to say that this is not the best plan of educating a young horse, I will say that it is not the plan that I have always practiced ; and furthermore, I will say to anyone, either professional or non -professional, that in handling your colt, if you will use persuasion instead of coercion, and try and make his first lessons a pleasure to him instead of a task, and induce, instead 01 compelling mm to submit to your wishes, that I will stake my existence that you will soon find your colt studying the same practice as yourself f trying to please you, and make your work as much a pleasure as it is possible for him to ao. During the last fow years there has been great advancement made in horse-breaking, as well as in everything else, jsote the old plan or school teaching hair a century ago as compared with the plan of the present day. I well remember hearing my father tell of the wav, when he went to scnooi, tnai tne teacner aaoptea ior correction, lie naa long birch whips, brought m by the armful, and thrust them into the fire and partially roasted them to make them tough a common birch whip without being toughened in the above manner being considered by no means effective enough for correcting the ordinary roys- terine schoolboy. .Now, we only think of the above plan or education at the present time to smile at, men having learned tnat niiider means are more enective and lasting. The same measure of advancement has been made in the handling of colts. The old method of breaking in a colt meant a season's hard work at the plow, and other modes of heavy pulling in the held before he could oe trusted to assist m taking the family to church on a Sunday, isowaaays, witu the advancement tnat has been made in the methods of handling, we are able to learn a colt more in the way he should go jn a few weeks than he could acquire in the old way in as many months. Some years since the Eev. Wm. H. H. Murray, an eminent divine of Boston, wrote a very elaborate work entitled "The 1'eriect iiorse," in which ne devoted a very long chap ter, covering about seventy-nve pages, to the above mentioned subject, "now to xrain a Colt. ' The work throughout was very interesting and instructive, and one desiring it can obtain it from me to read. The reverend gentleman (who was, by the way, a class mate of our Chief Justice at lale College) seems to understand the subject very well, and I think that his plan would work well enough on a colt that had been brought up in a one-oi-tne-iamiiy sort 01 way, auu ne inai can ion you oy ms actions, almost as plain as if he could talk, that if you do not want your toes trod upon vou must cet out of the way when he eones along. Even then I think it would take - . 1 t " V .1 . 1 about a year to break one coit by going tnrouii an 01 tne dmerent modes tnat ne recom mends. But life is too short for me to practi e any such system, as I would probably have about twenty wild colts broken and turnd over to their respective owners by the time that he would have given his colt about nvo lessons, and yet 1 would be just as kind with mine as he would be to his. The usual plan that horse-breakers adopt U to have their vehicles and harnesses made about two or three times as heavy and stronp as are used lor broke horses, so that after being hitched up their colts can kick, run, uar and plunge, and throw themselves down without being able to do any damage by brealage, and after fighting it out with them for a few days, or weeks, perhaps, they finally, if they are not of too rebellious a disposition, become accustomed to the use or the harness, and alter a lew months or service, become tolerably well broken. Now, this plan seems to me very much the same as it would be to send a policeman after a prisoner without allowing him to have any weapons to capture him with, telling him that he must overpower mm by mam strength and awkwardness. My plan is never to hitch a colt up until the fear is all out of him, after which I find an ordinary cart and harness quite sufficient; and as to kick straps, I never use them un less it is on an inveterate kicker, as I have never had a colt kick in harness yet that I was breaking. Yearlings can be broken in with pel feet safety, as at that age they very readily submit to the guiding process, and are always afterwards safe and reliable. The practise of breaking yearlings to single and double harness ha3 long been in vogue all over the States, and the results have been so satisfactory that at presentin all of the large breed ing establishments, the weanling colts are being regularly broken in with the same satisfactory results. I have now on hand at my headquarters, coiner of Queen and Tunchbowl streets twelve head of colts, from yearlings to mature age. Some of them I have only had two weeks, and I will drive any of them single or double to a top buggy without blinds: and I will also ride any of them without saddle, bridle, halter, strap, or string even, and carry a large carriage umbrella over them at the same time. And I will do the same thing with any horse that any one may bring me in the same time, or else not charge a cent, as I am ready and willing to take all chances of failure. Of course, I do not consider them broken at this stage or development, as it tates considerable time to perfect them in t he- way of going on the road, and to familiarize them with objects that they meet; but at the same time I think that it is carrying them along pretty fast in their education, and that they are on the right track for becoming sate, gentle and obedient family horses, which is surely just what every one wishes their colts to become. I also think that some of them are better broke already than a great many horses that have been worked a vear or more in our streets. 1 notice, too, that my colts shy much less now in passing heavy loaded drays, etc., than many horses that look as though they had been at work for years and vears in the carriages. Kespectfully, C. 13. MILKS, Practical Horse Breaker. Honolulu, March 11, 1885. 525-apr 1 ' 'LP . .. 'I...-. .. . . DURING THE PAST MONTH, THIS EMPORIUM O F T R A D E Has-been Enlarged and Renovated, and the Manager now wishes to inform the Public that an ENTIRE NEW STOCK Has been Received by late Arrivals, and more to Arrive, in the Line of Clothing;, Shirts, - ISTeckwear, Underwear, Hose, Hanclkerchiels, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Bags, "Valises, Etc., Etc. -:o:- JSSPThe Main Feature of the O. P M. B. is to sell 25 per cent, less than any of Its Competitors. This it is enabled to do by the advantages of Low Rents, Purchasing for Cash, and General Good Management. -:o:- CALL lISTD INSPECT Our Large & Varied Stock. -:o:- JTThanking our Friends and the Public for their Generous Support heretofore, we respectfully solicit a continuance of their patronage .A.T THE One Price Mechanics' Bazaar, COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS., Opposite CampbelVs Block. Honolulu, IT. 1. :o:- Ntore open from 6 A. M. to S P. M. Saturday KvonliiK till 10 o'clock. . L. ROSENBERG. S. W. LEJJERER, Manaaer 391 tf EIEST GEEAT ANNUAL .AT THK TEMPLE OF FVSHEIOlSr, Nos. fii and G3 Fort Streets. THE CASSPJO AT THE PARK IS OPEN EVERY DAY. rTh only a.Sll Resort In tbe PACIFIC HAEDAVARE COMPANY (LIMITED), Successors to Dillingham A- Co. and Samuel Xott. IMPORTERS AM) DEALERS IX Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Stoves, Ranges" and Tinware, House Furnishing Goods and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. -:o: H Inffdom. II. J. NOLTE, The combined stock of the two firms gives us a very full and complete line of goods, at lowest market rates. All orders sent to the undersigned, or to Mr. Samuel Nott (or specialties in the class of goods formerly sold by him, will at present receive personal attention and supervision. 568 ap5 PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY. Commencing This Day, Friday, March Gth, In Order to make room for our Unsurpassed Stock, which Ls being bought regardless of expense or trouble at the present time in Eastern lEar-kets By S. COHN & Co. -:o: Htore open until 8 o'clock every evening:. Saturdays until 10 o'clock. 542-mar24