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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 28,-1884 DO YOU WANT A Fine Horse ? A Fast Trotter? A Thoroughbred Kacer ? An Elegant Koadster? Or a Gentle Family Horse? FOE SALE To arrive per W. H..Dimond, now due, 10 head of horses, direct from the world renowned Palo Alto Breeding Establish ment of Got. Stanford. The lot compris es the following animals: CLEMENTINE." Publie record, 2:21. Brown mare, 15 a hands, by Addison, Jr., ho by Addison, son of Old Vermont and Black Hawk. This is one of the most noted as well as one of the fastest mares that ever appeared on the American turf. She was campaigned two seasons by Budd Doble, the trainer and driver of Goldsmith Maid, during which time she won over 59 races and $35,500. ' in stakes and purses, retiring with a public record of 2:21, which mark she was then, and is still capable of lowering. She is perfectly sound, and as fast as she ever was. " ALABAMA' Bay mare, eired by Robt. E. Lee; he by Id St. Clair, dam Melinche, dam of Fred Crocker, 2-year old record 2:254 - This mare is fast, but has no public record. She is & prize beauty and kind enough for ladies' ns6. MENLO, Blood bay gelding, 5 years old. By Mo hawk Chief, lie by Rysdyks llambletonian, lam Mater Occidents (dam of Occident 2.164). This is one of the handsomest colts on the place, and from his breeding ought to provo a winner in any class. Is well broken and said to be very promising. Gov. Stanford paid $20,000 each for Mohawk Chief amd Gn. Benton. "BENTON BOY' Sorrel gelding, C years old, by Gen. Ben ten. Dam, the fast trotting mare Aurora, public record 2.27, she by John Nelson, son f imported Trustee. Handsome, stylish, kind, very speedy, and line size. CORNET' Bay gelding, foaled May 1st, 1878, sired by Contractor, he by Aj ax, son of Rysdyks Hambletonian. 1st dam, Bona, by Black wood,he by Alexander Norman; 2nd dam by Lost Causa; 3rd dam by Mambrino Chief. This horse is a trotter, and any young follow that has a nice girl should secure him at once. He is said to have shown flights of speed way down. " ROBIN," . Cieitnut gelding, by Kentucky Hunter; dam . by Jack Hawkins (son of imported Glencoe). This horse can beat 2.40. He is very gen tle, will stand anywhere without hitching, but is very spirited and stylish, and a fine looking animal. ' 0KB MATCHED SPAN OF BLACK MARES, No white; 15 hands high, 4 and 5 years full sisters, sound, kind, and well broken; single and double, very gentle, will stand without hitching. Th.oronglibreds. "BELL BOYD," Blood bay mars, black points, 5 years old, by Springbok; he by imported Aus tralian, dam Hester, by Lexington. 1st dam, Boydana, by Imp. Knight of St. George, eon of Irish Birdcatcher; 2nd dam, Sally Wallace, by Star Davis; 3rd dam, Evelyn, by American Eclipse; 4th dam, Hannah JIaree, by Gohanna; 5th dam, Sally Maree, by Carolinian; Gth dam, by Imp. Jack An drew; 7th dam, by Imp. Driver; 8th dam, by Imp. Fearnapght; 9th dam, by Imp. Ariel, eon of Morton's Imp. Traveler; 10th dam, by Gaino's Careless, son of Imp. Obscurity; 11th dam, by Imp. Janus. This mare is a beauty.' Although strictly thoroughbred, she has never been raced, but has been kept by the Governor as a private family saddle animal for ladies' use exclu sively. She very gentle. ner sire, Springbok, has the best record ever made at 2 miles and a quarter, in & dead heat with Preakness for the "Saratoga Cup," July 29th, 1875; time3.5GUt which still stands at the head of the list at the distance. BAY FILLY, foaled January 21th, 1S82, bv Shannon, full brother to Molly Mc Carthy, Shannon by Monday;- dam Hennie Farrovr, by Imp. Shamrock; 2nd dam, Ida, by Eelshazzar; dam Boydana, (dam of Bell Boyd). This filly is very large for her age, hand borne as a picture. She is in appearance and breeding superior to. the two sensational Shannon colts, Freeda and Shenandoah, who both last year in their two-year old form, made a" record of 1.42 ?4. She has never been mounted, and her dam was one of the highest priced and most valued mares that was evet brought from the East to Palo Alto. The above animals will all be guaranteed sound as represented. Some of them we expected to keep and not offer for sale, byt and offer the entire lot for sale. In so do ing we do not expect to obtain fabulous prices, but will sell them as low or even lower than inferior animals have been sold heretofore. MILES BROS. Marshfield, Oct. 25, 18S4. 130 tf Order of Procession FOR rsnnrxnrsRDr - of The Late Honorable s, Se Panali Sis Undertaker. Marshal of the Kingdom. Mechanics' Benefit Union.. Honolulu Fire Department. ' Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Ahahui Opiopio Puuwai Lokahi. Ahahui Poola. Ahahui Opiopio Imi Pono Kristiano o Kauniakapili. Attending Physicians. . Konohikix of Lands of the late Mrs. Bishop. Governor of Oahu and Staff. Band. Mamalahoa. King's Own. Prince's Own. King's Guard. Servants of the Deceased. The Clergy of the Roman Catholic Church. Menseigneur The Right Reverend Bishop of Olba, Vicar-Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands. The Clergy of the Anglican Church. The Right Reverend the Bishop of Honolulu. Protestant Clergy. Officiating Clergyman. u O . KM 8 o to 73 3 3 W 32 o o an W Carriage of the Chief Mourner. Carriages of Mourners. Carriage of Her Majesty the Queen. His Majesty's Staff. Carriage of ner Royal Highness the Princess Like like. Carriage of Her Royal nighness Princess Poomaikelani. The Chancellor. His Majesty's Ministers. Diplomatic Corps. Nobles. Judges of the Supreme Court. Privy Councilors. Consular Corps. Circuit Judges. Clerks of the Government Departments. Collector-General of Customs. Custom House Officers and Officers of the Customs. Sheriffs of the different Islands. Members of the Bar. Foreign Residents. Hawaiian Population Generally. Hawaiian Cavalry. Police Force. The Procession will form at 1 o'clock P.3i. Sunday, the 2nd prox., on Emma Street. Those who are to precede the Catafalque, will form between Beretania Street and Emma Square, and those who are to follow, on Emma Street, mauJca of the residence of Mr. Bishop. The Procession will start at 2 o'clock p.m. precisely, and will proceed through Bere tania Street to Nuuanu Street; thence to the Royal Mausoleum. The Procession will be under the direction of the Governor of Oahu and Maui. KrorA Hale, October 24th, 1834. .143 nol-dfcw. THE Mr in . M CQ P 2 tt ; ja pa rt- g : f K W - . OQ -I "II""'1. ' Tlie ZAtest New from China amd Japan. cniNA. A proclamation has been issued at Can ton, signed by the Viceroy and other high officials promising rewards for the capture of the head of French soldiers or sailors, which has caused considerable excitement among the populace of that city. The document, which is rathor lengthy, com mences by stating that it was necessary to make certain preparations froza the be stowment of rewards according to merit, and to be in readiness in the event of war, and to oncourage meritorious exertion." It then proceeds to comment on the Lang son affair, and after giving orders relative to the river defences and the signals that will be used in ordering an attack, should the French commence the attack, it con cludes with tyr? following list of rewards, which we take from the China Mail; 1. To those who take or destroy an enemy's ship of more than 100 feet in length, wo will pay a reward for each ship taken or destroyed, of $5,000. 2. To those who take or destroy a smal ler ship of the 'enemy, 50, 60, 70, or 80 feet in length, we will pay for each ship, taken or destroyed, a reward of $3,000 to $4,000, according to the length of the vessel. 3. For the largest rowing boat of the enemy (sampan) taken or destroyed, $1,000 will be paid. For a medium size rowing boat, $800. 5. Those who take laige guns or wea pons from the enemy will receive the worth of all such spoil and a reward be sides. 6. To those who take alive or bring in the head of a high officer of the enemy (seven-stripe officer will receive for every such officer, taken or killed, $5,000. For one of the second rank (three stri pes) $2,000. 8. For one of the third rak, $500. china's peivate soldiers. A thousand troops, have, we learn, been enlisted in Hongkong for service against the French if war ensues. The men were enrolled by one Chun, a mandarin sent down from Canton for the purpose. This official has been living at the Tung Wan Hospital. The pay of these men is to be $20 a month, and they are to be dis patched to Tal-wan-f oo in Formosa. Their leader glories in the name of " The flying flea in the sky." It seems he was once a well-known pirate in the Kwangtung prov ince, but some time ago the high officials at Canton offered to pardon the offences ot any pirates who would accept military or naval service under the Government, and 'The flying flea in the sky" was one of the most noted of such offenders who threw aside their nefarious habits to serve their country and annihilate the French. JAPAN. The Japan Gazette of SeDtember 16th publishes this item about the destructive gales in that country: The loss of life and damage caused by the late gale appear to to have been deplorable. At Daishojt, Ishikawarhen, four persons were drowned and 120 reported missing. At Kagoshima gort, Kogoshima ken, seven lives were lost, 1,024 houses blown down and 818 severely damaged. The gale of the 26th inst. seems to have done considerable damage. The sea flow ed into the large town of Hiroshina, car rying away sixteen houses and injuring many others, and doing serious harm to growing crops. Wakayama, Kanazawa and Marugame have also suffered, the in undation in the last named place causing the loss of several lives and destruction of property. lolice Court. . BEFORE POLICE JCSTICE BICKERTOX. Tuesday, Oct. 21st. The following proceedings were had in this Court yesterday: Of those persons arrested for drunken ness, Kamakala, Kaimu, Keai and Wm. Welch pleaded guilty and wero each fined $3 and SI costs. Lakala, an old offender, was sentenced to 10 days' imprisonment at hard labor and to pay costs of $1. ' Kawelo, charged with disorderly conduct on Nrmann street last night was tried and discharged. Lo Ting, charged with stealing some fowls from Maile (w) yesterday, will, at the instance of Mr. John Russell, his attorney, be tried on Friday next. - Kahai, a boy aged 10 years, charged with truancy, was committed to the Reforma tory School during his minority. Joe Lohana, charged with assault and bat tery on a Chinaman named Chini Yet, for 'feited hi bail of $10 bv not appearing for trial. Kohala pleaded guilty of an assault and battery upon the person of Pohuia yester day and was fined $5 and $1 costs. H. Aea, charged with embezzlement of $44, the property of H. H. Parker, on the 19th of July last, will be tried on Friday. Mrs. E. Doyle, charged with being a gross cheat. It is alleged that on or about the 13th inst. she obtained $3.25 in money from John Cook under false pretenses. Mrs. Doyle will have her trial on Saturday next. Wednesday, October 22. On charges of drunkenness Ealaui and Kaloa forfeited their bail of $C each, and Makaio, who pleaded guilty, was fined the same amount. Gabriel and Pauhi.(w), who severally pleaded guilty to the charge of adultery preferred against then, and paid their fines of $31 and $1G respectively. Charles Johansen, considered to be an unsafe person to be at large, was sent to the Insane Asylum. Thxesday, Oct. 23. Pauialii and Kuaea, on charges of drunk enness, were each deprived of the usual $6. C. G. Bull, charged with assault and bat tery on Ah Yan on the 21st, pleaded guilty under provocations Fined $3; costs $3. Keoni, charged with assault and battery on Alapai (w), his wife, on the 22d inst. re manded until moved on. Hooliliomanu, on a charge of truancy in Honolulu'during the last month, remanded until moved on. Eala, larceny of part of a tin of oil in Honolulu on or about the' 16th inst., value about $1, remanded until the 27th inst., at the request of defendant. . Ah Pau, disorderly conduct on the 22d inst. Two wahines gave evidence that clearly proved him guilty.' He was fined $5 and sentenced to ten days' imprisonment at hard labor. Cosls, $1.20. . Feiday, October 24th. On a charge of drunkenness, George White and Paleka each forfeited $6 bail ; and L. De Elmida was fined the same amount. The case of Bindt, who was arrested as a gross cheat for obtaining $100 from one Asiu, on the Island ot Kauai, last August, came up. The Court ruled that it had no jurisdiction ; that if any offence had been committed, it was on the Island of Kauai, discharged the defendant. The case of H. Aea, charged with embez zlement, was continued until to-morrow. Lo .Tang, who is charged with stealing fowls, will have his trial on Monday. Keoni, charged with an assault on his wife, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to ten days' imprisonment at hard labor, and pay costs. Another Burglary. The residence of Mr. Henson, in the Pauoa Valley, was burglarized on Sunday during the absence of the family. Money was taken to the amount of $8, but the jewelry was neglected. This is the locality where so many stealings of money has lately oc urred. Arrival or the IV. -CI. Hall. r l The new steamer of the I. I. S. N. Co., W. G. Hall (James G. Blaine), Captain J. M. Sass, arrived at 8:30 yesterday morning, and anchored out in the stream. She made the passage in eight days and four hours, beat ing the Planter's time by several hours. She had fine weather the entire passage. The W. G. Hall is 13 feet longer than the Planter, 10 inches wider, 9 inches more beam, and has 1 foot more depth of hold. Sha is fittefl i n with a. natent Rt.neHner ar- if x o r paratus, worked by steam. Her average speed on the downward passage was twelve knots per hour. The following is a list of her officers : Captain J. M. Sass. Chief Officer Mr. Schaney. Second Officer Mr. Staples. Chief Engineer Mr. McCredy. . Assistant Engineer Mr. Monkhouse. Chief Steward Mr. Young. I She will be commanded by Captain W. F. Bates, of the Planter ; and Purser A. C. Simerson, also of the Planter, will bo ap pointed to her. The W. G. Hall will come alongside the wharf this morning to dis charge. LOCAL AND GENERAL. One of the triplets recently born at La haina, Maui, died last week. . Ehlers & Co. are offering a fine line of black silk mits at 50 cents per pair. A dividend of $30 has been declared by the Honolulu Stock and Exchange Board. t " A leper woman from Waikiki was taken to the Receiving Station yesterday for ex amination. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Strong, of Uulpalakua, Maui, will regret to learn of the death of their second child, Henry, on the 22nd inst. y Attention is called to the advertisement of the order of the funeral procession of the late Hon. Mrs. C. R. Bishop, which takes placeon Sunday next. Kahilimai, the wife of Kahele, a hack driver, suddenly dropped dead last week at her residence, Pal a ma. The steamer Bishop, on Sunday, brought twenty-one head of fine beef cattle here from Sam Parker's ranch, at Hamakua. Postmaster-General Whitney will have sufficiently recovered, it is said, to attend to official duties on Monday. A cargo of decaying oranges is being used to fill in the water space at the end of Ala kea street. His Excellency Mr. Gulick, the Minister of the Interior, put in an appearance at the 0overnment Building yesterday for a short lime. He is in a state of convalescence. Chief engineer Thompson of the steamer Iwalani had his hands severely scalded last Thursday while attempting to stop a leak in one of the boiler tubes. jOn Saturday morning Tort Surveyor Markham found 80 more tins of opium on board the Alameda, thus amounting alto gether to 3,400 tins. Yesterday morning the steam tug Tela collided with another small tug beat, which was turning the corner of one of the piers. No serious damage was done. The Supreme Court, Associate Justice McCully presiding, was occupied the entire day yesterday with the trial of the caso Jof W. C. Achi vs. Kauwa et al. Coleman's ramio machine, having been purchased by Messrs. Lycan and others, is now being set up at the machine shop of Mr. Hastings, on Bethel street, for trial. The Waikiki omnibus for the present run from Berctatfia street to King through Piikoi street instead of Punahou, on ac count of the impassable condition of the latter. r ' Mr. George Lucas, the contractor, has completed the brick work part of the new addition to the St. Louis College. The car penters now reign there, and they will be followed by the plasterers and painters. There were two kangaroos on the steam ship Australia yesterday, en route for Woodward's Gardens, -Sn Francisco. They were sent from the SydrieyZoological Gar dens in exchange for the lion recently sent from Woodward's. Mr. W. Austin Whiting, administrator of the estate of Le Loy, deceased, filed his final account in the Supreme Court, and asked for his discharge. It sets forth that he has received $4,762, and paid out $4,38G 12, leaving a balance in his hands of $375 88. The Long Branch bath-house is receiving an increased patronage since the change in its management. The surf bathing there is unequalled anywhere. Professor Sherwood will give lepsons in swimming every morn ing and afternoon. The surf flooded tho steps of the bath-house last Friday night. A cart horse having been collided with by a hack driven by a Chinaman, started on a run from the new Love Bakery building, on Nuuanu street, yesterday morning, turned the corner, and ran at full speed up Hotel street until tho Astor nouse Restaurant was reached, where it was stopped. It was for tunate that there were no collisions, as the street was full of vehicles. Thursday morning a Chinaman was found hanging from the limb of a fig treo at Loj nui, Lahaina, Maui. The rope by which he was suspended was a new one, and the box he jumped off was a new one. It is reported that he was in debt, and that he was suffer ing from an ulcer in xthe back, which inca pacitated him for work or business; hence his suicide. By the bktne. W. n. Dimond, now due from San Francisco, there will arrive a lot of valuable horses, to the consignment of Messrs. Miles Bros., of Marshfield. Their advertisement in another column gives full particulars as to pedigree, etc., and should be carefully read by all who purpose invest ing in fine stock. As importers of trotters and thoroughbreds, tho Miles Bros, stand unrivalled. Owing to the inclement weather last Sat urday the party of planters that accom panied Mr. Jaeger to Inspect the Govern ment Nursery was small. It was, however, thoroughly appreciative, and derived much satisfaction from the visit. Tho numerous varieties of sugar cane were pxcecdingly in teresting, and the various other plantsj na tive and foreign, some of which have been procured with great difficulty, gave evidence of the value of this Government enterprise and the efficient manner in which it is car ried out by Mr. Jaeger. An explosion is announced, to take place to-day at the corner of Fort and Merchant streets. The scene of the phenomenon is the O. P. M. B., and as that institution is centrally situated, it will no doubt en danger the surrounding premises. It is probable that Mr. Sam Lederer will inform hi3 patrons of the exact hour and moment it will take place, provided they will call on him and invest in a few shares of the lucra tive business of which he is tho manacrer. It i3 rather an anomaly to announce ancx plosion and at tho same time to inform the public that goods will be sold at an un paralleled discount for 30 days. The ques tion can only be settled by a call at the O. P. M. B.