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TUESDAY, Al'ltll, It, 1885.
Stmr .las Mnkco from Kiiptm
Schr Mlllo Mortis from Lima I
Stinr Mokolll from Windward Ports
. ,, DEPARTURES.
Stmr Kinau for Windward Ports
Stiiir Planter for lvniinl
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahalmi
Schr Kawallanl for Koolntt
Schr Waloll for Mallko
Schr Mimuokawal for ICoolau
Stmr Kllnuca Hon for Windward
YESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr hvalanl for Hamakua
Schr KanlkcnonH for Koholalcle
S S Mariposa for Sin Francisco
Schr Mlllo Mollis for Laual
Blc Mathilda for II 0
Stmr Mokolll for Windward Ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam llktne Morning Star, Rray
Ship Impcrator, Holx
Get hk Matlilklc, Krcnzien
Schr Eva, Wikiuau
S S Mariposa, Havward
For Maalacu, Kail and Konu, pur V G
Hall, April 13 lit llcv Bishop of Hono
lulu, Mrs A "Willis, Ituv G 15 Simeon, II
W Laws, Hugh 11 Simeon, Mrs M Smith,
Miss Minnie C Kinney, J S Emerson, J
15 Paris, Jr, A Lane, Mis Carsley, A
VII1, and 40 deck.
For liana and Kahului, per Likcllkc,
April 13 Rev Alex Mackintosh, His Ex
GovDomlnls, Hon 11 A Wldemann, E V,
Williams, Hon O Brown, Oscar Unna,
Count F Morl)ottor, W P Wood, W C
Peacock, Win Hannibal, A II Smith, L
F K Ittman, Mrs Sorrcnson, Mr Ward, J
J Kellcy, Sister llcuata, two Clilncse,
and 111 deck.
For Windward Ports, per Klnau,
March 14 His Majesty the King, Hon S
G Wilder, Glaus Spicckels.E Jones, F
W Mater, Miss K Makce, Miss R Makee,
E L Harvey, W H Bailey, J W Glrvin,
AV Y Horner, Col Adams, Col Davis, Ex
Senator Booth, Mrs Kettle. Mr AVolff, .1
L Ilichardson, Mr Nakamurn, Hon Ash
bury, AV K Austin, F 1? Hastings, Lord
Elphlstonc, C Schollcld.
The following passengers are already
booked to leave by the Mariposa : Mrs
.1 A Hopper. Judge Rising, Miss Hop
per, Mrs W Tj Hopper and child, Major
Hammond. Mr and Mrs J II .Tcwctt. Mr
and Mrs C Maefanane, Mr C Xotley,
F M Swanzy. Miss E Sachs, Mrs Lack,
The sailing of the steamer Iwalani lias
been postponed until to-morrow i M.
The Eva sails to-norrow v M and the
Calbarien Tuesday i- si.
Stmr Jas Makee arrived at about 5
o'clock this morning with 1200 bags of
sugar. She was hauled alongside the
Calbarien to transfer her sugar to that
The steamer Mokolll had very rough
weather on her last trip, The mate re
ports that while at Kalawao one of the
bteamcr's boats was capsized, washed
onto the rocks and stove in. A sailor
who was in the boat at the time it was
upset was carried onto the rocks and so
badly hurt that he had to be left at
Stmr Mokolii brought 105 bags of
sugar, 10 head of cattle, 50 sheep, 3
green hides, 4 pigs and 5 tins of butter.
The tug l'elc is laid up in the Rotten
The tug Elcu has taken the place of
the l'elc and is now towing mud-scows.
The Gcr bark Mathlldc cleared this
morning at the Custom House for R R
B C. She will either sail this evening
or to-morrow morning.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Nr.w moon to-night.
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Acottagi:, containing two rooms,
is advertised to let.
His Ex. Gov. Dominis left for
Maul yesterday by the Lilcelike.
Tub Planter's Monthly for April
is out brimful of interesting news.
A mektino of Excelsior Lodge
will be held this evening at 7,!10
To-d.w is the twentieth anniver
sary of the assassination of President
Tucui: will be skating for the
cake at the Yosemite Skating Kink
Wk hear of a case or two of diph
theria out Waikiki way. Ono little
child died of it on Sunday.
Gko. W. Di: Losn Post, G. A. K.,
meets at 7.30 this evening, in Har
mony Hall, King street.
Is there going to be any public
presentation of the prizes to the
winners in the late regatta?
A faik will shortly bo held at
Waialua for tho benefit of the fund3
of the native church at tiiat place,
Tin: Honolulu Itilles meet for their
usual weekly drill this evening at
their Armory, in undress uniform.
'I'm: S. S. Mariposa sails at noon
to-morrow with a huge cargo. Tho
Post-ofllce mull closes at 10 o'clock.
Mu. V. M. Swanzy leaves for a
vacation trip to England, by the
Mariposa to-morrow. Hon voyage.
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Mu. E. P. Adams will sell at
auction on Monday, April 20th, at
Mr. II. Macfarlanu's paddock ad
Joining the roller coaster, twelve line
horses, ranging from four to six
years. Full particulars in advertisement.
"Fanciiox the Cricket"
Hall, Thursday evening,
Arrnit to-day the foreign jury of
the Supreme Court is excused until
Monday, unless called upon.
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Mtt. C. O. Merger lias added two
insurance companies to the list of
agencies in his business card on the
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Mu. and Mrs. J. II. Jewett, Ma
jor Hammond and Judge Rising re
turn to the Coast to-morrow by tho
A n.vxo of prisoners are at work
on King street opposite the Govern
ment building cleaning the gutters
Mu. Chas. Notley, proprietor of
the Panuilo sugar plantation, leaves
to-morrow for a trip to his native
Tun Hon. and Mrs. S. G. Wilder
entertained Ex-Senator Booth at
dinner last evening at their residence
on Judd street.
Tin: Elite Club meets to-night at
the Central Park, and only ladies
admitted free. Remember the ten
mile race to-morrow evening.
A ni:w lot of walnut and ebony
pole cornices all complete and very
cheap at King Bros.' Art Store.
Sku'.ctions on the first page, and
an extract of a sermon delivered at
St. Andrew's Church, Sunday morn
ing, on the fourth.
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nnuanu street- 980. tf.
A QtMiiTEiar dividend of three
dollars per share will be paid the
stockholders of "Wilder' s Steamship
Co.. at their olllce to-morrow.
Mit. and Mrs. Clarence Macfar
lane leave by the Mariposa to-morrow
for San Francisco. Mrs. Mac
farlane's brother lies dangerously ill
in that city.
Mu. W M. Giffard, who return
ed from Ililo, Hawaii, Saturday, re
ports tho cane looking very well in
that district, and there has been
plenty of rain.
That beautiful Green bouganvil
lia vine on Judd Street has at last
been trimmed, and pedestrians are
able to use the sidewalk- with com
fort now. ,
A very handsome black setter dog
was lost a few days ago. Its dead
body was found on Punchbowl Hill
yesterday, some wilful miscreant
having poisoned it.
About ten minutes past 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon near the fish
market, two men settled their
personal differences by a fierce pugi
Somi: scores of goats are browsing
on the west slopes of Punchbowl,
destroying the young trees. It is
practically a question of forests or
goats on that mountain. The autho
rities should decide quickly.
Uv vote of the Hawaiian Mission
Children's Society at their last meet
ing, an entertainment and sociable
will be given on board the Mission
ary steamer Morning Star, Thursday
evening, April 23rd.
Mn. and Mrs. H. J. McCoj' leave
for San Francisco to-morrow by the
Mariposa. During their short stay
here they have made hosts of friends ,
and we join in wishing them a
pleasant trip home.
This evening the annual meeting
of the Y. M. C. A. will be held at
the Hall. The election of officers
will take place and reports be read.
After the meeting refreshments will
bo served. All members are ex
pected to be present.
It is pleasant to think that we
have now with us those two talented
artists, Mr. and Mrs. Turner. Ar
rangements arc being made for a
series of concerts, interspersed with
scenes from several of the grand
Tm; Lahaitui mail, which should
have come by the Kinau on Satur
day, was brought in the Mokolii this
afternoon. It was taken to the
wharf on Friday night, but by some
oversight was not sent on board.
This will account for no letters hav
ing been received from Lahaina on
His Majesty tho King, Lord El
phinstone, Mr. James Ashbury, Col.
Clans Spreckels, ex-Senator Booth,
Hon. S. G. Wilder and Mr. G. W.
Wolff leave by the Kinau this after
noon for a visit to Spreckelsville,
Maui. They will return by the
A mas is born a dandy as he is
born a poet. There are heads that
can't wear hats; there are necks
that can't fit cravats ; there are jaws
that can't fill out collars, (Willis
touched this last point in one of lis
earlier nmbrotypes, if I remember
rightly), there are tourmircs nothing
can harmonize, and movements no
thing can subdue to the gracious
suavity or elegant languor of stately
serenity which belong to different
styles of dandyism. Call and select
your choico of tho elegant Spring
Styles of Stetson Hnts, now open
and ready for sale. M. McInkrnt.
"TAKES THE CAKE."
Lovers of roller skating have a
rare treat before them this evening
at the Yosemite Skating llink. Tho
ladies will compete in a match for a
grand pyramid cake, upon which
Messrs. Mcllcr & Halbe, of King
street, have exhausted their skill and
appliances. Doors open at 7 o'clock
v. m. It
THE KAPIOLANI BOAT CLUB.
This club held another special
meeting at No. 21 Alakca street last
Saturday evening. There was a full
attendance of members. Mr. George
Cavanagh, president, and Mr. T. B.
Murray, secretary, olllciated. Ten
new members were elected, three of
whom arc honorary members. There
arc now twenty-five regular mem
bers of the club, and the initiation
fee has been fixed at S25. The
liveliest interest was manifested by
those present in the proceedings of
the meeting, which wore of an im
portant character and not yet to be
disclosed to the public. It is ex
pected that the membsra of the club
will shortPy bo afforded excellent
opportunities for training witii a view
to the selection of a few picked
crews. Another meeting will be
held in a short time.
LET THERE BE LIGHT.
Nearly opposite Capt. Mclntyro's
residence, Nuuanu Valley, some
workmen were digging yesterday on
the road making repairs to the water
pipes. On leaving for the day they
left a lantern at the spot. About 7
o'clock a native was riding up tho
Valley when his horse fell into the
hole which was about six feet deep,
the man being landed on the road
some distance ahead. Mr. Henson,
riding home at the time, helped the
man to get his horse out and tele
phoned to Supt. Wilsonof the Water
Works and to the Police station.
About half an-hour afterwards two
additional lamps were placed at the
spot, which really ought to have been
done in the first place. The horse
was cut slightly but the man escaped
"THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER."
Another large audience assembled
in Music Hall last evening, to wit
ness the second performance of the
San Francisco Dramatic Company.
Bronson Howard's well-known
comedy, "The Banker's Daughter,"
was presented. This play suited
the company and tho result was a
performance of uniform excellence.
A really good attraction seldom
goes without reward in Honolulu,
and we feel certain that the future
performances by this company will
be liberally patronized. "The
Banker's Daughter" has had a great
run in New York and other large
American cities. It is a play that
enlists the attention of the audience
from beginning to end. Mr. Stet
son as John Strehelow gave a care
ful and dignified performance of the
part. Mr. Itutledge as the Count
was really excellent, his French get
up and pronunciation being all that
could be wished for. The charac
ter of Harold Kutledge, the dis
carded lover, by Mr. Malcolm, was
earnest and real in its performance.
Mr. Morrison showed a decided im
provement from Saturday evening,
and he mado the most of his part as
We have the highest opinion of
Mr. Willie Simms as a comedian,
lie is always good and very amusing.
His representation of George Wash
ington Pliipps last evening was no
exception to the rule, and his suc
cess was complete. The acting of
Miss Ingham as Lilian was studied
and careful. Miss Heath as Mrs.
Holcombe did not have much to do,
but did that well. Last but not
least by any means comes Miss
Young as Florence. Wc cannot
find words to express our admira
tion of this young lady. Her
bright and clever acting put the
audience in excellent humor, and
she made everything of her part.
Tho piece was well mounted, and
wc have no hesitation in saying that
there was not one person present in
the audience last evening but went
away perfectly hatisfied with tho
performance. The orchestra did
good work between the acts. Thurs
day evening the company will appear
in "Fanchon the Cricket."
Before Pollco Justice Bickerton.
II. Pahau, charged with disturb
ing (piict of the night, forfeited bail
of $12. Alani, for assault aud
battery on Leong Chu, pleaded
guilty aud ws lined $!) and $1
costs. Ah Ying and Ah Mung,
charged with attempting to leave the
Kingdom without a passport, plead
ed not guilty and were remanded
uutil Wednesday, the arresting
officer not being present.
Monday, April 13th.
Justice Austin presiding. Tho
King vs. Lnu Ting, larceny. Ap
peal from Police Court. Anlone
Bosa for tho Crown and A. S. Hart
well for defendant. Tho jury brought
in a verdict of not guilty, two jurors
The King vs. Chung Wn, posses
sion of opium. Appeal from Police
Court. Antone Rosa for the Crown
and A. S. Hartwcll for defendant.
The jury brought in a verdict of
guilty, three jurors dissenting. Tho
defendant was sentenced to ono
month's imprisonment at hard labor,
and fined $50.
The King vs. Ah Yip, importing
opium. Appeal from Police Court.
Antone Rosa for the Crown and A.
S. llartwell for the defendant. The
defendant pleaded guilty and was
sentenced to three month's imprison
ment at hard labor and to pay a
fine of 8100.
At Chambers, before Justice Mo
Cully. In probate, in the estate of
Henry May, deceased, it was or
dered that the will be admitted to
probate, and that letters testamen
tary issue to Tom May and P. C.
Jones, Jr., under a bond of S50,
000. In the estate of Chan Tin,
deceased, it was ordered that tem
porary letters of administration and
guardianship issuo to D. F. Sauford
under a bond of $1,000.
Tuesday, April Mth.
Tho King vs. Yaw Chaw, gaming.
Appeal from the Police Court. The
Attorney-General for the Crown, A.
S. Hartwcll for the defendant. The
jury found the defendant guilty and
he was sentenced to 20 days' im
prisonment at hard labor and to pay
u fine of $100.
8x ,, JOHI I0TT. Io. 8 Kaalinai Street I
DEFACING THE MONUMENT.
The lower courses of the Wash
ington Monument have been black
ened since its completion by persons
who have scribbled their names on
tho marble. Some have scratched
their names on the stones with their
nails or pen-knives. Supcritendont
McLaughlin says that his men were
powerless to prevent this vandalism,
as the visitors would pay no atten
tion to any person but the regular
police. Some strangers have gono
so far as to chip pieces from the
stones. This, when detected, was
stopped by the workmen, who forci
bly expelled the offondcrs. The
scribblers have aho defaced the
marble in the interior of tho monu
ment at the top. Washington
J. A. St. John, of St. Louis, has
challenged Beach, who defeated
Hanlan, to row Jake Gaudaur, of
St. Louis, for $5,000 a side and the
championship of the world.
Hanlan said, after he beat Clif
ford: "If I beat Beach there is
only another man in the world I
want to have a race with before re
tiring and that is Teemcr of Ame
rica. I have had four or five races
with him and have always beaten
him, but it appears he has shot
ahead and is regarded now as a per
fect terror, and if I beat him again
I shall have had la good innings'
and should thon retire 'not out.' "
"Now, said the bridegroom to the
bride when they returned from the
honeymoon trip, "let us have a clear
understanding before we settle down
to married life ; nae you to be pre
sident or vice-president of this con
cern?" "I want to be neither pre
sident nor vice-president," she ans
wered; "I will be content with a
subordinate position." "What is
that?" "Controller of the cur
rency." Tho gap in the Lake Superior sec
tion of the Canadian Pacific Kail
way was to have been completed by
the 10th of April.
A mercenary musician a com
A man is often called a bartender
when in reality ho is a bar tough.
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A TEN MILE RACE for $50 a Mde,
21 will come oil' at tho Central Park
Skating Rink, on WEDNESDAY Even,
injr, between Martin Hartmium uud
Willie White, beginning ut 7.JI0 sharp.
Uauul admission. QStt ilt
rpm: MAIL by the
Will close at Ihu Post Olllce,
At LO a.m., Wcdncstlay,
April 10, IBSfi.
A" LATE LE'ITEU IIACJ " will hu
kept open till 11:!'.0, a.m., to reecho
inio icucrB, on wnicu an luiiimonui ice
of Eive Cents each letter must he paid.
Lctterx lor UwiibTitATioN will be re.
ceived till U o'clock on Weducbdiiy.
Pcrxoiih mailing correspondence on
the morning of the Mt'iuner's departure,
me requested to btiunp all lettcrn hufora
II. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
1'oM. Ofllce. Honolulu, April 18th. 1885.
ON Pauoa Valley road, a nice cottage
of six rooms hath and kitchen, nice
Krdcn, htahle, currlgu huue, wood shed,
every convenience, terms u-asoimblc,
healthy cllmiito. Inquire of Mr. Lucas
near tho premises, or 110 King Street.
Granite, Iron- and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
c Hardware uompanv
SUCCESS0ES TO DILLINGHAM '& CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPOKTEUS AND DEALEIIS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just received Eddy's llcfrlgcrntors and Ice Chests, new styles of Chnudellcrs
aud Library Lamps, Stoves and Kanges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
E31ATK13VISlvS, -.V2SO IIOWJE'S SCAIiES."t
All of which :ie oll'ercd upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC IIAKDWAIIE COMPANY.
LU ' m-X!Mrn&)JjL,AmZrT
A Horse ! a Horso ! My Kingdom for a Horse. King Jlichurd.
The Fast Trotting Stallion
Having purchased this celebrated Stallion from MR. JAMES CAMPBELL, I
hereby notify the public that ho will stand the present season at my headquarters,
corner of Punchbowl and Queen Streets (Captain Cluiicy'). Terms for the sea
son, S.'jO; to insure, S100.
Venture is a rich ehe.-tniit color, 10 hands high, and weighs about 1,100 lbs.
hi structure he is the picture of great muscular power, and in appearance, tem
perament and disposition, he is faultless. Eull of lire and gentleness, ho Is with
out speck or blemish. As a stock lior.o hu is having extraordinary success; Ills
numerous progeny, both in California and In this country, attest this fact, several
of them being able to trot low down, and one of his daughters (Yenus) ean trot
in 2.125. Venus is aKo the dam of Tran'-it, which is aid to be the most promising
two-year-old in California. He trotted a mile last season, a a yearling, in 'J.-lft.
Venture, chestnut horse, foaled in
Oakland. California; by Helniont. he by
lnt iliun, Miss JlOhlyn, by Amnlcuii ISoy.Jr.
''ml limn, by Kunnur'H iiiuy .Mriloe.
3rd iliun, luipoi led l.udy MoMjn,
nil dam, luwiiki, iy inKcr.
Mb dam, Helen, by Ihuiibletoiihiii.
fitb (hun, ftUbiui, by )citon.
7lh (hun, Dioy. by Iiiiint.
blh (hun, by Old lhiuhuid.
Utb ihuu, by Ciillen Aiubhui.
10th iliun, -Ml Unite, by Cuclc.
11th tlum, Miss Jliikeltvw, in of liwyhounil.
lleliiidiit, by Ainiiiicuii liny.
Ibtclnni, Imiioited 1'ruiiellu, by Cdiiius.
In offering the services of th'n hor.-e to the public I make ono claim for him,
which is that he is the highest bred trotting suilllon in the world, living or dead,
anil In support of this claim I am willing to submit it to any authority that can he
obtained, and If ho is not, then I will forfeit all my claims to horse knowledge. It
will be seen that his pedigree represents a union of the purest blood of the English
and American thoroughbred racer, one of his grand dams, a.s also ono of his great
"laud dams, being Imported from England lo the United States. When Venture
was on the turf, about eight years ago, hu was at that time the sensational horse of
the Pad lie Coast, and the sporting papers in the EaM, that were, always so much
opposed to running blood In the trotter, commenced picking away at his pedigree,
tryin,r to find a cold cross in it, at the same time declaring that it was simply im
possible for a strictly thoroughbred hoiis to trot as fast as ho was then trotting;
but ill last they had to give it up, and admitted the fact that he was a .strictly
thoroughbred horse, but declared him a phenomenon, and were tumble to account
for his'great bpeed at tho trotting gait. Rut the fame of his she, old Belmont, is
alniost world-wide, and It is a well-known fact his blood nicked better with tho
trotting families than that of any other thoroughbred horse ever known, as, In
addition to Venture, two other thoioiighbrcd sons of his, Capt. AVebster and Owen
Dale, were said to have possessed great speed at the trot. Jlcxidcs these, he sired
the dams of Relic Echo, 2:20; Mora Shepherd, 2:30; Monarch, 2:28; Xclly
Pittchen, -:27Jrt; Rustic, 2:110; which is a .showing that a great many of the best
trotting bred horses cannot equal. Mr. Patrick Karrell, who Is one of the most
experienced drivers on the Pacific Coast, told me the lust time that I saw him, that
Venture was the fsiblest trotter that he ever pulled a lino over, and that if his
temper had not been hoiired In his youth by had handling, ho believed that hu
would have equaled, if not surpassed, all the records ever made, and that he could
show a two-nilnuto gait with linn to a wagon, hut In company ho would become
wild, on account of his hoi blood, and was often beaten by horses that could hardly
run as fast a.s hu could Hot. Ills record of J :L'7 which was no measure of his
speed, was mado at tho Oakland track in 1877, in a race which ho won, beating
Alexander, Gtis, General Reno and Hilly llaywnrd, this being his last public
performance. , , , , , , , , '
It is thought by sonic people that an aged hor-o Is not as good a producer as a
voung one, but no greater mltn1c could possibly be made. Indeed, tint opposlto
1 claimed by many largo breeders, and instances are so numerous of horses siring
their be.-t foaU at an advanced ago that the above theory has long ago been ex
ploded. Imported lllonied was twenty-seven years old when he sired Sir Archy,
bin best sou; Honnlo Scotland, who died only a few years ago, sired Luke Rlack-1,111-n
mill (ieorgo Kinney, by far tho best of his get, after be was twenty-live; Im
ported Leamington Mr'ed Iroquois, his best sou, the hi't year that ho lived, at
twenty-live. Among trotters may be mentioned Volunteer, the sins of St. .lullen,
who Is thlrlv-oiio years old this spring, and is said to ho as lively and vigorous as
ho ever was', and lils vouug foaln as promising as any that ho ever got. Old Ha
niiltouian died in Mnich, 1S70, aged twenty-seven years, but sired two foals the
laxt days of his life, and one of them, called llamiltoiiiau's lat, mado a trotting
record of 2:254 the past season, and tho other ono Is said to bo equally as fast.
Willi the-e facts before us, it is plain that tho ago of a horse lias nothing to do
with his success as a she. I think myself that theio is a great deal hi thu condi
tion that a hoiMi Is kept, for an animal that Is well-fed and cared for, with plenty
of exercise, will beget better foals than one that is turned loo.o and never htableil
Ventiuo' is twenty-two yearn old this spiing, and with tho care that 1 Intend
lo givu him, I expect him to sire better foals than he ever has before. Hu is a
remarkably sure breeder. Mr. Campbell assures mu that ho bus never bred a
mare to him yet that did not produce a foal, and his many beautiful colts, now on
Mr. C.'s ranch, mo worth a long journey to see; anil now as he Is to be kept so
convenient to the general public, no oitoownbiga good niaro should be so blind to
their own Interest as to neglect tho opportunity of obtaining his blood while they
have the chance.
For any additional particular apply at'Puiichbowl anil Queen streets.
O. OB. -MaXJEto,
Honolulu, April 10, 1885.
ism?8MaK ' K-rsaasejsZiB k
TDJ, COPPER AND
1SGI1, bred by
Henry Williamson, Esq.,
he by Seagull, he by Ini-
2nd (lam, by l'mtl-an.
:!rd dam, 1'iiwn, by Truinpntoi'.
4 1 1 1 (lam, I'mnrUii, by lllnlulyi'r.
!ith linn, l'romlht', by Siiiqi.
Ctli (lulu, .Iiilin. by llliiuk.
7th (lam, Spvctntov'H (bun, bv l'mtner.
Mil ilinn, bonny I.iihm, by liny llolton.
nth diini, by lhirlcy'H Atnhhui.
10th iliun, by llyuily Turk.
11th (him, bv Tiiffak't lliuli.
litli (bun, by I'Iiumi'h WhltuTmk.
l:ith (bun, .Natural llarb .Mure.
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