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KATUKDAY, Ai'RIl, II, 188A.
Stmr Kllnucn lion fniiii Wludwurd PS
StiurKinnii from Windward Pints
Stmr Uki'liki- from Kiiliulul
Sehr Rob Roy from Koohtu
Schr Knlnbnw from Koulnii
Stinr 0 R .Rl-Oiop for Walanae, Waln
liifi, Klhuicu ami lluimlol
VESSEUEAViNrT ON MONDAY.
Stinr W G Hull for Windward Port
Stinr I.lkcliko for Kalmlul
Stinr Iwalanl for Ilntnnkun
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Sehrliob Roy for Kooliiu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam llktno Morning Star, Bray
Hlitp linperator. Holx
Gei bk Mnthildc, Krcnzleu
Schr Eva, Wlkniau '
S S Marlpoa, liny wind
Ilk Calbarlen, Hubbard
Wh Alliance, McKenna
l-'rom Wind Pts Klnau. April 11
M Giffard, U Lehinann, It A I.yinnn, A
Young. Capt J Ro, W Xeedhain, .T
"W r.irvln, l)r 0 Sheldon. W Y Horner.
P A Dins " Murrv, .TF Mill. J Uo
huenberg. Miss .1 Hunt. Miss Kllunr,
31 Ro-, 0 S llobbs and wife. U Xotley
and wife, Mrs Aycrs and II children, .F
Davis wife and daughter and 10(5 deck.
From Kiiliulul, per Likelikc. April 11
V II Cornwall and 1 servuiiK Fj Voh
Tcinpky. MKs Ti Moore. Mis A 1j Ann
strong, Mls Lulu M-akce, Rev C E 0 ro
per, Bros Henry and Michael, A ICnitii
111111, Aklona, 3 Chinee ami 7!) deck.
For San I'rnucUco, from Kahulul per
schr Wm Kenton, April 10 X C Chap
pell, II Hunter.
Stinr Kllnucn Hon brought 11,175 bag
of sug.ir. She reports very rough wea
ther at Hawaii and exceedingly nasty
in the channel.
The steam whaler Alliance came off
the Marino Hallway this morning, got
up steam and sailed out to anchor off
port. She received about 23 tons of
coal and some stores to-day. taken out
to her on the steam scow. The Alli
ance will set sail to-morrow morning
for the Arctic.
Stinr Klnau brought J,1S:J bags of
sugar, 2 horse. 15 bales goat skin. 1 1
green hides, 00 pkgs sundries, lflpkgs
Stinr Llkellkc brought S70 bags of
The bark 3Iathilde is taking in bal
last. The bktnc G- C Pcrkln. Capt Aeker
lnann, arrived at Kahulul yct-tenlay. Ill
days from Tort Townend with a cargo
of lumber for Wilder & Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-Monnow is Low Sunday.
lo-niKlit at Music
'The usual baud concert at Km in a
Square this afternoon.
m - m
An insane person arrived by the
Likelikc this morning from Maui.
Tin: Yoscmitc skating rink will bo
open this evening as usual at seven
Am. the Government Schools
closed yesterday for two weeks' va
cation St. Albans College rc-opens Mon
day morning at 0 o'clock for the
A wagon being driven round town
is lettered "Exprc 55". Is that ac
cording to lnw?
Comi:, Eclipse Boat Club, wake
up out of your sleep, and do not bo
left out in the cold.
Mk. Henry J. McCoy lectures to
young men in Fort Street Church
I'm: Temple of Fashion will have
a grand opening, commencing next
Saturday, April 18th.
Tin; Anqlican Church Chronicle
for April is out, and will be noticed
in our next issue.
Tin: usual gospel temperance
meeting at the Bethel Union Church
this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Tin:- foreign jurors will have to
attend at the Supreme Court Monday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Tin: fittings for Sprcckels & Co.'s
new bank arrived by the Mariposa
and arc being placed in position,
Tm: S. S. Australia will bo along
to-morrow afternoon. Have your
letters posted in plenty of time.
Central Park skating rink
onen this even'um and the
roller coaster will also
T'o new monoy order olllccs have
been opened by Postmaster-Gciicral
AVhitncy, one at Walalua, Oahu, the
other at Ilaluwa, Kohula, Hawaii.
Ik you want n nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for Ut
13 Nuuaiiu street- 080. tf.
Tm: schooner AVin. Kenton left
Kahului yesterday for San Francisco
with 12,20(5 bags of sugar, weighing
1,402,350 lbs., and valued at 872,-818.87.
On. 0. C. Wcstovcr Is Uio new
doctor on hoard Lite M. K. JUuipo'ti.
Tin: roller coaster will run IhU
nfternoon f.ioni 2 to fi, for tho ac
commodation of ladles and children.
Tin; tender of the Pawna Dairy
lias been accepted to supply the
Queen's Hospital with pure milk for
Fhom Mr. ll. Cornwall who
nrrived by the Likellke this morning
we learn that the condition of Mr.
Henry Cornwall remains, unchanged.
l'lCTt'in: cord, and gold aud silver
wire, picture knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent hooks for curtain hang
ing at King Bros.' Art Store. 900 at
A si noxti breeze from the south
Is blowing to-day, making the water
in the harbor quite choppy. The S.
S. Australia ought to be here ahead
Tnu Likelikc towed the schooner
Wm. Kenton out to sea from Kaliu
lui last evening, which was the cause
of her being a little behind time this
Tin: Kapiolani Boat Club holds
another meeting at No. 21 Alnkea
street this evening. Several new mem
bers will be elected, and the matter
of a new boat will come up.
It is said that a native man 'has
been going round 3Ianoa Valley with
a subscription paper for the funds of
the Kaumakapili Church, and has
collected about 520 and made no
Tin: tamalc party at the Yoscmitc
skating rink last evening was well
attended, and each one present re
ceived a tamale which consisted of a
large piece of luscious confection
ery. Qukkn street is looking cleaner to
day than it has done for a long time.
A gang of prisoners are at work
scraping the roads and cleaning the
gutters and sidewalks. The road is
almost fit for roller skating.
Ir you want good groceries, or
feed to inako your horses fat, just
step in to Wolfe & Edwards' store,
corner of King and Ntuianii streets.
They have received a fresh quantity
by the Mariposa.
Tin: funeral of the late Mr. August
Unna will take place at liana, soon
after the arrival of the Likelikc on
Tuesday. The body is at present in
lead, and Mr. C. E. AVilliams is mak
ing an outside cotlln of koa, which
will be forwarded by the Likelikc
Tin: schooner Elnikai got ashore
at AVaialua yesterday. The tug
Elcu was sent down this morning to
render assistance. However, she
was only on the sand, and a number
of natives got her off this morning.
She is now at anchor waiting for the
tug. Her false keel is gone.
United Status Congressional law,
which will be conceded by many to
be correct, provides that when nags
are half-masted they shall be set once
the depth of the Hag not the length
below the top of the masthead,
gaff or pole. Here they are set from
six feet to sixty feet below the top of
Cai't. McNcvin, teacher of a
a navigation school in San Francisco,
is organizing an excursion 'to the
South Sea Islands in the three-masted
schooner Aresta, to leave June 1st,
and be away four mouths. Hono
lulu is down on the programme for
the home trip of the party. Other
details will be found on our fourth
A muutino of the building com
mittee of St. Andrew's Cathedral
was held yesterday. The contract
committee was instructed to obtain
estimates for tho building of the
chancel roof. The stone for the
bays of thej nave is expected from
England, in about two weeks' time,
the Oriente, the vessel bringing it,
being 1(0 days out to-day.
Tin; Honolulu Killes turned out
last evening in full dress uniform
and made a splendid appearance.
After being called to order they
marched out on to Fort street, and
their uniforms and smartness were
admired by quite a number of peo
ple. On tho 2-1 th a full dress parndo
willl take place in Music Hall.
Ciia&. Hustace, the well-known
King street grocer, has just re
ceived a splendid lot of new goods
by tho Mariposa. It would take up
too much of our space to enumerate
them all, but a perusal of his adver
tisement should be made by all our
readers. As Charles says, his staplo
groceries satisfy not only for the
moment, but make the meat grow
to the ribs.
A max is born a dandy as he is
bom a poet. There ape heads that
can't wear hats; there are necks
that can't fit cravats j there are jaws
that can't fill out collars, (Willis
touched this last point in one of his
earlier ainbrotypes, if I remember
rightly), thero are toinnures nothing
can liunnouizc, anil movements no-
thing oaii subdue to the Brncloui
suavity or elegant languor of stately
serenity which bcloim to different
styles of dundvisin. Call and select (
your choice of tho elegant Spilng
Stylos of Stetson lints, now open
and ready for sale. M. McInkkxv.
Tin: San Francisco Dramatic Com
pany makes its first nppcarnnco this
evening nt Music Hall in the Honey
moon. There is every Indication of
a crowded house.
Mn. and Mrs. T. Hain "Walker gave
an elegant dancing party at their re
sidence, King street, last evening, in
honor of Mr. F. M. Swauzj', who
leaves on "Wednesday next by the
Mariposa for :i vacation trip to Eng
land. A largo number of invited
guests were present, who were de
lightfully entertained Ivy the genial
host and charming hostess.
Martin Hartmann's challenge to
skate anyone ten miles has been
accepted by Willie White. The race
will take place at the Central Park
skating link next Wednesday even
ing commencing at 7.30 o'clock.
The stakes are 850 a side. The
rink will be open previous to and
after the race for skaters. The
scoring of laps will be done in public
view on a large blackboard.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at -1 :30. The
following is the programme:
Overture Italian in Algier Rossini
Galop Street-car Arndt
Grand 3Iarcli KicnI Wagner
Selection Lonibardians Verdi
Ballad Better Land Corvcn
Quadrille The Times Coote
Y. M. C. A. MATTERS.
To-morrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, in the Y. M. C. A.'IInll,
Mr. II. J. McCoy will give a report
of the tenth AVorld's Conference of
Y. M. C. A.'s held in Berlin, Ger
many, last August, to which he was
a delegate from the Pacific Coast.
This meeting is free to all, and
ushers will be in attendance to see
that strangers secure good seats.
The Conference was the largest and
most interesting ever held in connec
tion with Association work. Mr.
McCoy will also conduct the usual
prayer and praise meeting in the
Hall at 6:30 o'clock in the evening.
Noon-day prayer meetings every
day next week nt 12:12 o'clock, to
which all arc cordially invited.
Shortly after 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon Mr. James B. Castle, of
Castle & Cooke's store, was looking
through the store for a screw driver,
when he caught his foot against
something and fell through the ele
vator hole, which was open, into the
cellar below. The store was in total
darkness at the time, as the shutters
and windows were closed, and he
had a lantern in his hand. He had
passed the elevator opening two or
three times, aud knew it was open.
The distance he fell was about seven
feet and both bones of the right leg
were fractured between the ankle
and the knee. Mr. Myron II. Jones,
who was near, immediately went to
his assistance, whilst others tele
phoned for Dr. McGrew. The kero
sene oil from the lamp he carried,
which was not broken, was escap
ing, and catching fire might have
done considerable damage had not
Mr. Jones been on hand to extin
guish it. Mr. Castle was properly
attended to by Dr. McGrew and
taken home, lie had rather a wake
ful night, but to-day is doing as well
Yesterday afternoon, shortly be
fore two o'clock, a raid was made
on some Chinese houses in Hotel
and Maunakea Streets, and thirteen
Celestials arrested for gaming. It
appears there was a very large lot
tery taking place and our worthy
Marshal got wind of it. lie laid his
plans and yesterday about the time
named above four hacks left the
Government building, one contain
ing the Marshal, tho second Mr. AV".
F. O'Connor, the third Olllcer Mehr
tens, and the fourth Olllcer Ivau
hanc. Each had policemen with
them. They drove quickly to Ho
tel Street, and before 'twenty could
bo counted had thirteen Chinese ar
rested from four different houses.
The Marshal and his party caught
three men and SG.7f ; .O'Connor, four
men and Sfi.M; Mehrtens, three
men and 81. IS 5 Kaiihane, three men
and 75 cents. They wero all taken
to tho Station-Housu and locked up.
This morning, they wero brought up
and remanded for a week. Twelve
of them wero admitted to bail of
200 each, which was all paid in
gold. Tho other one remains in the
A CONVENIENT STORE.
"The way to men's hearts is
down their throats or I mistako man
kind," is an axiom which thero is
no gainsaying, and with equal truth
it may be said that whatever most
contributes to tho facilities for thus
gaining mini's esteem and apprecia
tion secures u lasting place In the
hearts of women, or, at least those
having the comfort and happiness of
their liege lords hi view, and what
good housewife has not? Premising
thus, it is only necessary to say that
no one thing combines so many of
tho elements calculated to accom
plish this laudable purpose as a good
cook stove or range, and these enn
he found in great variety nt John
Notl's store, Knahuinmui street,
where can also be obtained granite,
iron nuil tin ware, lamps, chande
liers, water pipes, etc., etc. All
kinds of plumbing work is done.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral
Key. Geo. AVallacc preaches in
morning and the Bishop in
Mr. Cruzan will preach in Fort
Street Church to-morrow morning.
A scries of Sunday ovoning lectures
for young men will be given in Fort
Street Church. Mr. II. J. McCoy,
of San Francisco, delivers the first
lecture to-morrow evening", taking
for his theme, AVhat the Young Men
of Honolulu Need, and How to
Secure it. All arc invited.
The services at the Bethel Union
Church to-morrow will be 'as follows :
Sunday School nt 0:15 a. m. Mrs.
Arthur II. Smith will address the
school. Services at 11 o'clock, with
preaching by the Key. Arthur II.
Smith, Missionary in China. Ser
vices at 7:30 v. m., with preaching
by Rev. E. C. Oggel. Subject: Dry
Bones. A cordial and general invi
tation is extended to those serrices.
THURSDAY, A1MUI. 0.
At Chambers, before Mr. Justice
Austin. In Probate, in the Estate
of J. J. AVcik, it was ordered that
the accounts of David Dayton, ad
ministrator, be approved and ho be
1'lllDAY, AVHII. 10.
Mr. Justice Austin presiding.
Appeal of Maui (k.) from commis
sioners to assess damages for taking
water, etc., in Makiki Valley, Hono
lulu. The Attorncy-G6nernl and
his Deputy for the Government,
Kinney and Peterson for apcllant.
The case was tried before a Hawai
ian jury, who assessed damages at
J. M. Horner vs. Claus Spreckels,
assumpsit. A. S. llartwcll and J.
Austin for plaintiff, Paul Neumann
and F. M. Hatch for defendant.
The defendant's demurrer was argu
ed and submitted.
SATURDAY, AIMUI. 11.
The Court was occupied this
morning in hearing divorce cases.
Monday morning, criminal cases be
fore a foreign jurj' will be heard.
Transpose an eatable into an animal.
I am two words composed of thirteen
My 1. -I, 8, li, is part of the body.
My i, 7, 13, is a course.
My 5, 9. 2, is a girls name.
My 0, 10, is a preposition.
My 11, is n vowel.
My whole is tho iininn of a poreou
AKbWKKS TO LAST lUZ7.1.E.1.
To Puzzle A mother and her daugh
ter, each with her infant son.
To Square Word
P ,1 C K
1 S L K
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k; K E X
A cow nt Moline, 111., got drunk
on distillery grains and made an in
teresting display of corned beef.
ON Pauoa Valley road, n nice cottage
of six rooms bath and kitchen, nice
garden, Htabie, carrlge house, wood shed,
every convenience, terms reasonable,
healthy climate. Inquire of Mr. Lucas
near the premises, or 110 King .Street.
A GOOD BOOK-KEEPER for n
Plantation. Applv to
Af.L PARTIES HAVING accounts
against the firm of HUSTACE &
KUDKHl'SOX or against F. Hustace or
U. II. Robertson personally, are request
ed to present the hanio promptly itt tho
end of each month,
982 2w G. II. ROUEUTSON.
,X ACCOUNT of departure
V thu Kingdom, nil persons owing
inu arc reqneated In mnku immediate
payment to L. A. '1 HUUS'ION, H8 Mer.
chant Street, who has u full power of
attorney to transact nil btn-iness for inu
in my nbieiieu. He is unthiiri.cd to re
ceipt for nil moneys iluu me, ami to en-
torcn payment oi Milium ci.titus.
HAM UK, XOTT.
Honolulu, March 10, lfcSI. 1'0'J 2m
Building Lots for Sale.
SKVERAT, building lots for wilo or
rent at luipalanm, near the Xiuhc
lowni bridge, on the Kwu side of the
lunu leadimr to AuMln's eslate. Easy
terms. Apply to W. O. AC1II,
Law omcu of W. It. Castle. 837 tf
7011 MAN ami wife, with iiccoinmo
J? datlon to cook for themselves, or
board with the
Apply ut 187
ITT, 1. 8 KaaliMi Street
ji wriSas. .. - -
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Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT
IMPOUTEUS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise
Just lcccivctl TMtly's Refrigerator and Ice Chests, new styles of Chnnilallcrs
aud Library Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
EST FAIRBANKS' uJSX llOAVJE'S SCALES. "TBI
All of which aro offcrcd upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
A Horso ! a Horse ! My Kingdom for a Horso. King Richard
The Fast Trotting Stallion
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Having purchased this celebrated Stallion from MR. JAMES CAMPBELL, I
hereby notify the public that he w ill i-tand the present eason at my headquarters,
corner of Punchbowl and Queen Struct-, (Captain Chmey). Terms for the sea-.-on,
.)0; to iiisuie, S10U.
Venture i-tn licit chestnut color. 1(! bunds high, and weighs nbout 1,100 lbs.
In structure he is the picture of gieat muscular power, and in appearance, tem
perament and disposition, lie is faultier. Full of lire and gentleness, he is with
out speck or blemish. As n Mock hoiu he is having extraordinary success; his
numerous progeny, both in California and in this country, attest this fact, several
of tliein being able to trot low down, and one of bis daughters (Venus) cun trot
In 'J.i!5. Venus is alo the dam of Trans-it, which is said to be the most promising
two-year-old in California. He trotted a mile lat senson, as a yenrlbig, In 2.45.
Venture, chestnut hore, foaled in 1SBII, bred by Henry Williamson, Esq.,
Oakland, California; by Huliiiout, he by American boy. lie ly Seagull, he by Im
1st ilnni, MN Mostrn. by Aini-i lean Itoy, Jr.
2nd dam, by Koiinei 'i (.my .Mi-doe.
3rd diuii, Iinpoi tud Lady Mn-tj u, by Tenlei .
1 1 li diuii. ln iilld. bv WllNkci.
Mil diun, Helen, by lliimbb-triuliiii,
lltli diun, Mihiiu, by Ovui ton.
7tb diun, Drowsy, by Dinni-.
sab iliun, by Old Ibiuliind.
lltli dam, bvUiilleii Aiubinn.
lotb diun, SINt Cade, by fade.
lltli diun, MIhs Muki-lus-,, Minor (iieyboiind.
Ilelinunt, liy Ainei lean lloy.
Isit dam, Impoitod Prunella, by (.'0111113.
y ,, 1 1 1 ti
Ill offering the services of this horse to the public I make one claim for lilui,
which is that he is the highest hied trotting stallion in tin: world, living or dead,
and In support of this claim 1 am willing to submit it to any authority that can be
obtained, and if he in-not, then I will forfeit till my claims to bors-e knowledge. It
will be seen that his pedigree lepreaents n union of the purest blood of the hnglisli
and American thoroughbred racer, one of his grand dams, as also one of his great
ginnd dam, being imported from England to the United State-'. When Venture
was 011 the turf, about eight years ago." lie was at that time the sensational horse of
thu Pacific Coast, and the sporting papers in the liast. that were always so much
opposed to running blood in the trotter, commenced picking away tit bis pedigree,
trving to llnil a cold cio-s in It, at the same time declaring that it was simply im
possible for a strictly thoroughbred horse to trot its fast as ho was then trotting;
but at last they had to give it up, and admitted the fact that he was a Miictly
thoroughbred horse, hut declared him a phenomenon, and were unable to account
for bis great speed at thu trolling gait, lint the fame of bis sire, old lU-lmont, Is
almost world-wide, nnil It is u well-known fact bis blood nicked better with tho
trotting families than that of any other thoroiigbbied horse ever known, as, in
addition to Venture, two other thoroughbred sons of his, Capt. Webster and Owen
Dale, wero said to liao possessed gteat sliced itt the trot. Resides these, ho sired
thu dams of Reiki Kcho, 2:20; Flora Shepherd, 2:30; Monarch. 2:28; Nelly
l'atclien. 2 :27J;ii Rustic, 2;'.I0; which is 11 showing tliat a great many of the best
trottluj' bred homes cannot equal. Mr. Patrick Farrell, whti is one of tho most
experienced driver.-, on tho Paeitlc Court, told 1110 the last time that 1 sawbiin, that
Ventute was tho fastct trotter that liu ever pulled a line over, and that if his
temper had not been soured in bis youth by bad handling, he believed that he
would have equaled, If not surpassed, all the iceords ever made, and that he could
show a two-niluute gait with him to a wagon, but in company lie would become
wild on account of his hot blood, and was often beaten by horses that could hardly
run ns fast as ho could trot. Ills record of 2:27'. which was no measure of his
speed, was made at the Oakland track in 1877, in a race which ho won, beating
Alexander, Gus, General Reno ami Hilly Ilaywartl, this being bis hut public
performance. , , , ,
It is thought by soino people that an aged hoto is not as good a producer as a
youii" one, but no greater niMako could possibly bo made. Indeed, tho opposite
is cliiimcil by many large bleeders, and Instances aro so numerous of horses siring
their best foals at an advanced age that tho above theory has long ngo been ex
ploded. Imported Dlomcd was teuty--even years old when be sired Sir Archy,
Ills best son; Uoiuilo Scotland, who died only a few years ago, sired l.uko lllaek
btirn nuil George- Kinney, by far Iho best of bis get, after be was twenty-llvu; Im
pelled I.eanilugton elred Iroquois, his beit son, tho lat year that be lived, at
twenty-live. Among liotteis may be mentioned Volunteer, the she of St. .lullen,
who Is thirty-olio years old this spilng, and Is said to bu as lively and vigorous as
lie ever was, and liis young foals sis promi-lug as any that be ever got. Old Ha
iiiilloiiluii died in March, 1S7I1, aged twenty-seven years, but sired two foals the
latt days of his life, and one of them, called llamiltoniau's last, made a trotting
lecord of 2:251 thu pat season, and tho other 0110 Is said to bo equally as fast.
Willi tlic-D facts before us, it is plain that the age of a horse has nothing to do
with ills success ns a sire. I think myself that there Is a great deal in the condi
tion that a horso Is kepi, for an animal that Is well-fed and cared for, with plenty
of exercise, will beget better foals than one that Is turned looo and never stabled
or fed grain.
Venturis Is twenty-two years old this spring, and with the care that I intend
to give lilui, I expect blin to slro belter foals than he ever has before. Ho Is a
remarkably sure breeder. Mr. Campbell assuios inu that ho has never bred a
nunc to lilui yet that did not produce- a foal, aud bis ninny beautiful colts, now on
Mr. O.'s ranch, nio worth a long journey to seo; tinu now as ne is 10 on wpi so
convenient to the general public, no one owning a good iiiaro should bo so blind to
their own Intercut as to neglect tnu opportunity 01 omaiuiug 111s uioou miiiiu uibjt
have tint chance.
For any additional particulars apply at I'unclibowl aud yuecn slieets.
O. 33. MIX-iUSS, 3Eroprietor.
Honolulu, Apill 10, I6S.-1. W-J lm
TIN, COPPER AND
2nd iliun, by Partisan.
Ili'd dam, Pawn, by Ti'mnpntor.
lib (bun, Pi'iiiicllu, by Hllilljcr.
Mil (bun, PkiiiiIm-, by hnap.
0th dam, .1 ll 1 i ll. by llliink.
71b dam, hpeetutoi'N dam, by Partner.
Mb (lam, llunny Lags, by liny llolton.
Jtb diun, by Darlcy's Aiubliui.
lotb diun, byllji-ilj-Tiirk.
lltli diun, by Tnffofet llnrli.
Utli diun, by Pbit-u'H WliltuTmk.
13th diun, Natural 1 1 m I Maui.
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