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The Hawaiian gazette. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, September 28, 1886, Image 8

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Locally there has been no change in the volume of
business noticed in trade circles in the city during
the past week the time and attention of business peo
ple being cenerally taken n with the arrangement of
accounts for presentation at the end of the quarter
From abroad vre have certain data relative to the sujar
trade which is interesting
Herewith we present Mcsrs Williams Dimond
Cos latest commercial trade circular
Sax Fbaxcisco Sept 15th ISSC
SCGAI5 Onr local Henneries made another change
in prices on the 3rd inst The American Refinery re
duced tire price or Granulated Jic per lb and the Cali
fornia Refinery reduced all grades Jic per lb making
price of Cnbe Fine Crushed A and Povdered He P
lb below the American Dry Granulated plain same
price XX Granulated Jic below Extra C same price
and Golden C Uc below Since the above date no
farther change has taken place
Eastern- akd Foeeiox Markets A better feeling
has been shown in both the New York and London
Sects have advanced since our last circular from 1H
toU forSS test Cuba Centrifugals J6 test in ew
York have remained steady at last priceSU for S test
but Refined has advanced c prlb on same grades
Latest mail advices from New York of the Stn inst
state that Refiners limited their purchases and drew
18W0 tons from their own stocks thus leaving the
market in condition for increased demand Jltltlngs
by Refiners and consumption continue on a larcescalc
i but receipts arc large and the stock in all hands is
J5937 tons over last year Refined has been in steady
Demand and the snpplv abundant Muscovados have
rsled steady at -the fcr69tcst Some business has
been done in Cuba cargoes to strive at 2ji cost and
freight for 9o test
Foreign markets being firmer have cansed a mode
rate renewal of export demand Imports of Beet susar
are very small and few purchases are bqing made
Total stocks decreased 6100 tons for the week Onr
latest telegraphic advices from New York of the 15th
inst quote Cuba Centrifugals 97 per cent test at He
with sales Market dull bnt firm holders demand an
advance but buyers do not respond There is an im
proved demand for Refined both for export and home
London Sept 15th Beets 6S per cent test W with
buyers at that figure Beet crop overestimated Con
tinued drought fn Germany is decreasing weight and
juice Cuba Etrong stocks 23000 tons over last year
Bnroptan and Foreign markets strong and advancing
Commenting upon the low rates obtainable for our
chief product at present the S F Market Review says
Sugar has generally been cheaper during the past
year or year nnd a half than ever before It v as only
then in San Francisco that prices ever approximated
those of the rest of the world In Glasgow very good
sugar is now being sold as low as a penny or 2c per
per pound This is on ing partly to the great increase
in production The statistics show that there is a
steady and large annual increase The amount of
cane sugar produced in the season of 1SS5 G was 2905
O00 tons an increase of 733 tons over that of 16S1 5 and
107S5S3 tons over that of 1S75 6 Cubalcad the list
with C00009 tons this season which was a falling off of
27000 tons from the year before and C403S tons less
than in 1875 6 There was also a decrease in the pro
duct of Java the next greatest source of supplv of
CO000 tons from the yield of 1SS4 5 But in the produc
tion of almost all other cane growing countries there
has been as shown by tho totals a marked advance
The yield af beet root sngar 201 1000 this season has
fallen on 501000 tons from the last annnal report but
comjtfrlsons with the statistics of 1S75 6 shows a
growth of 7036S9 tons in ten years The most notable
increase in any country is in the beet root sugar yield
of Russia -which has grown from 2000 tons in the
season of 1S75 C and 3GX tons in 1SS1 5 up to C25000
inlS55 C
Mosday Sept 20
Stmr C R Bishop Nye from llamakua
JStmr Walmanalo Nelson from Walmanalo
Schr Mary E Foster from Kauai
Tuesdat Sept 21
Am bk Atlanta Killman from Fort Townscnd
Stmr W G Hall Bates from Maul and Hawaii
Schr Eliukai from Waialua
Wednesday Sept 22
Stmr Jas Makee Weir from Kauai and Waianac
Schr Nettle Merrill from Hawaii
Schr Ualeakala from Hawaii
Tiiubsday Sept 23
Br ship Amana Becket from Liverpool via Madeira
and Coquimbo
Am bk Elsinore Jenks from Newcastle N S W
Fiuday Sept 24
5tm schr Surprise Roberts 15 days from ban Fran
Am bk Hesper Hyder3SJ days from Newcastle NSW
Schr Millc Morris from Ewa
Satotdav Sept 25
Am Stmr Alameda Morse from Auckland and Sydney
Stmr Likelike Lorenzen from Mani
Stmr Mokolii McGregor from Molokai and Maui
SchrMol Wahinc from Hamakua
Schr Liholiho from Kauai
Sunday Sept 6
Stmr Kinau King from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Iwalani Freeman from Kauai
Stmr C R Bishop Nye from Hamakua
Schr Manuokawai from Koolau
Monday Sept 27
Am Stmr Wilmington from San Francisco
Monday Sept 20
Bol bk Don Nicolas Ross for Fort Townsend
Stmr Kinau King for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Lehua Davis for Hamakua Hawaii
Stmr Mokolii McGregor for Molokai and Maui
Schr Kauikeaouli for Kohala
Schr Waioli for liana
Tuesday Sept 21
Am bgtne J D Spreckels Friis for ban Francisco
stmr iwalani r rceman lor lvauai
Stmr Likelike Lorenzen for Kahnlui
Stmr Kilauoa Hon Cameron for Maul and Hawaii
SChrKawailani for Koolau
Schr Mary E Foster for Kauai
Schr Kulamauu for Puna
Wednesday Sept 22
Stmr C R Bishop Nye for Maui and Hawaii
Schr Waiehu for Kauai
Schr Lnka for Hakalau
SchrManuofcawai for Koolau
Thursday Sept 23
Schr Ualeakala for lcpeekeo
Schr Ehukai Waialua
Schr Knlamanu for Knkuihaele
Friday Sept 21
Stmr W G Hall Bites for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Jas Makee Weir for Waianac and Kauai
Schr Ualeakala for Hawaii
Schr Nettie Merrill for Waianae
schr Millc Mortis for Molokai
Saturday Sept 23
Am Sunr Alameda Morse for San Francisco
Am bgtne Consuelo Cousins for San Francisco
Am bk Edward May Johnson for Hongkong
Sefar Kalnbow for Koolau
ichr Heels for Koolau
Sunday Sept 25
Am tern J C Ford Griffiths for San Francisco
Monday Sept 27
H I J M ship Tsaknba for Japan
Vessels iuPort
Br bk Isle of Erin Inster
Am schr yacht Brunhilde Phelps
Am bktne Planter Perrlman
Am bk Ceylon Calhoun
Am bk Forest Queen Winding
Am bk Atlanta Hillman
Br ship Amana Becket
Am bk Elsinore Jenks
Am eteam schr surprise Roberts
Am bk Hesper Ryder
From Hamakua perC R Bishop Sept 20 Mrs R B
Rickard and 11 deck
From Maui and Hawaii per W G Hall Sept 21 H
Armltage E F Bishop J Turnbuil McCarthy W F
Roy F Ualey II P AtKlns Bishop Willis P N Makee
From Kauai andAVaianae per Jas Makee Sept 22
RAMicfieMrsC K Miller and child J Holt and wife
Mrs W Hall G Englehardt and 11 deck
From Newcastle SS1V per Hesper Sept 21 SR
From Molokai per Mokolii Sept25 Mrs J A Cum
mins Miss Kity ilarvey the Mistes Wright Mrs W L
Wilcox aud family and 30 deck
From Kauai per Iwalani Sept 20 Her Excellency
Governess Lanihau Fred Wilhelm Mrs P Richmond
Hon S B Dole W Rice G N Wilcox B Smith Mrs
Graham and SI deck
From Kahnlui and Uana Maui per Likelike Sept 25
Rev J A Cruzin and children the Misses Hanuna
Mrs Kahoopal W T Khoads M Paiko Miss McShanc
Mrs C M alum F Armstrong WArmstrongJ Coney
Rev Father ssyhnster Rev Father James Mrs Young
Hee S Obed wife and child P Johansen Mrs W G
Ashley J A Dower 4 Chinese 1 prisoner aud 75 deck
From Maui and Hawaii per Kinau Sept 26 Hon J
W Kalua J i Kawainni A H Smith Dr r A Thomp
son Oos Nawahl Mrs J Dela Sancedo II M Alexander
C Afong T E Evans C Fuch C J Deering W S May
Miss L Crockett Miss L Kahini Judge Z Kalai Mrs
Kahunn MecK Mrs C Wilcox and 3 children and
From Sau Francisco per Wilmington Sept 27 W A
Kinney Miss Sallie Wood Miss J C Sordie Major
BendelMlss Brownlow G H Spaulding II Rosenthal
D G Thompson Miss BUckwell II Dnrrand Mrs F J
Scott Thos E Boisselier Mrs A Webstcrand child H
V Patten Mis Lizzie Wlckc Mrs II Delle and 2 child
ren Jacob Muller S Allen W J Horley P Lemke and
wife J F Barry F J Scott Mrs A Jenks and child II
Fox T ODowda L Ordeiistein A Moral wife and 3
children and 51 Chinese
For Maui and Hawaii per Kinan Sept20 J B Jones
and wife CaptWilfong M Ross Mrs Ross Cinch
and 40 deck
For Kanai per Iwaimi Sent 21 W II Rice Mrs
Graham C Erase S BDole and 10 deck
For San Francisco per J D spreckels Sept 21 -Mrs V
J Lyons Master iyons
For Masi and Hawaii per W G Hail Sept 21th
Hon J U Martin wife aud family Parker N Makee
Mrs Jenks Mrs Brown Mr GoodaleMrs Kaluhi Mas
ters NahaleS Mrs Buchanan and aboutJO deck
For San Francisco per Alameda Sept 23 J Brewer
J J Aubcrtin Rev T R G Peck Hon H A P Carter J
W Pfiuger and family Miss Masgie Krngcr J M Alex
ander and family Rev R Leckler and vilfe J M Lid
gate Mrs W G Armstrong aud child T J King Mrs L
J Levey M E Marshall and several in the steerage
At Hllo Hawaii September 1st to the wife of J H
Maby a daughter
At Ililo Hawaii September lBth to the wife of W
H Shipraan a daughter
In this city September 20th to the wife of the Hon
Major Samuel Parker a son
In this city at half past 5 am September 21st to
the wife of J U Kawalnni a daughter
In this city September 24th to the wife of Henry
Davis a son
AtKalihi Oah September 25th to the wife of Wm
B Rice a son
SPALDING At Cleveland Ohio on August 29th
Rurcs p Spalding aged SS years
Judge ipalding was born at West Tisbury Marthas
Vineyard He represented the 16th District in the IJ
S Congress for two terms He was a prominent Free
Mason and was active in restoring the order to its for
mer footing after the shock received by the mysterious
disappearance of Morgan about fifty years ago Judge
Spalding is the father of Col Z S Spalding of Kcalia
The Water Front
Darinp the early part of the week the stir and
bustle attending the departnreof onr island steam
ers and coasters was the only noticeable event
The Atalanta from the Sound with lumber has
arrived and is discharging at the Esplanade
On Thursday the British ship Amana from Ma
deira with 350 Portuguese immigrants arrived
On the following day they were landed at the em
igrant depot under contract with Mr J Simonson
at ten cent3 a head by the steam scow The im
migrants appear to bea fine healthy lot MEhere were
four deaths and ten births on the outward passage
The Amana encountered severo weather in the vi
cinity of Cape Horn which prolonged the passage
Thursday the bark Elsinore Capt Jenks arrived
from Newcastle N S Y with a cargo of 1000
tons of coal for the Hawaiian Government The
Elsinore had bad weather the first part of the voy
age and was 6S days on the passage The Elsinore
left this port early in the year with South Sea Isl
anders for their homes and Capt Jenks succeeded
in satisfactorily landing his passengers in good
On Friday the American bark Hesper also from
Newcastle coal laden made the very fine run of
38 days to this port
The 6team schooner Surprise from San Fran
cisco made her appearance in our harbor Friday
afternoon The Surprise is an auxiliary steamer
and calculated for a freight vessel She is a ves
sel of about 130 tons measurement and will carry
a large cargo on a small consumption of coal
This steamer is consigned to T H Uavies Co
and is offered for sale
The Islo of Eon has completed discharging her
Honoluln freight and will proceed from here to
The bark Edward May having discharged has
fitted her tween decks for Chinese passengers for
Hong Eong of which quite a large number are
seeking passage in this fine veesel The Edward
May sailed Satnrdaj with 195 passengers
The brigs W G Irwin and J D Spreckels both
sailed for San Francisco about the 22d sugar and
ric9 laden the latter taking a mail The J C
Ford has completed her loading and sailed for
San Francisco on Saturday
The fine new barkentine Planter Cant
man after waiting in the stream for a berth has
hauled alongside the wharf makai of Allen fc Rob
insons where she is discharging her cargo of
lumber The Planter is a new vessel this being
her first voyage and her cabin is fitted up in the
latest style the vessel itself being a marvel of
strength and beauty The Planter is intended
for thetrade between the Jslands and the Coast
The German schooner Mary C Bohm purchased
by Mr John Ena of the Inter island S N Co
has been placed on the Marino Railway nnd is
undergoing some needed repairs below tho water
line Her timbers are said to be in fine condition
and with the addition of a new keel will be a
serviceable vessel in tho future
The schooner Hammonia recently purchased
oy jir r auiier is unaergomg a thorough over
hauling by her owner and when completed will be
as neat and jaunty a vessel as there is in the port
Mr Allen Herberts steam launch which ar
rived by the Edward May has had her engine
placed in position by the Honolulu Iron Works
and is working satisfactorily
On Saturday the steamer Waimanalo was on the
Marine Railway cleaning nnd overhauling
Early Saturday morning tho steamship Ala
meda from the Colonies en route for San Fran
cisco arrived The Alameda brought a few pas
sengers and a small treight for this port After
coaling and receiving some freight and about 25
passengers sailed the same evening at G oclock
for ttie Uoast
Yesterday morning the steamer Wilmington
from San Francisco September 17th put in an
appearance after a run of about 10 days The
Wilmington brings about 15 saloon and some C8
steerage passengers in tho latter are 63 Chinese
On Friday the brigantine Consuelo sailed for
San Francisco with a partial cargo
Freights to the Coast aro now light the bulk of
the sugar and rice crops having already gone for
ward and consequently vessels fill up slowly
Thi3 stagnation will continue until the new crop
begins to come forward in November and Decem
The American yacht Brunhilde sails to day
for Callao and home During her stay of about
threp weeks in port Captain Phelps has made a
host of friends and dispensed the hospitality of
the yacht with no sparing hand and leaves here
with best wishes of our people for a prosperous
and pleasant voyage home to New York
Annexation of tlio Marshall Group
Mr A Frank Cooke received by tho Surprise a
letter via San Francisco from Mr Emerson agent
of the Pacific Navigation Company at Jaluit
Marshall Islands The letter is dated Juno 23rd
and states that the German Hying c qnadron was
at Jaluit the latter part of May and tho first part
of June These islands tho writer goes on to
say are now formally taken possession of by
Germany and a government is established Every
establishment to pay 100 a year tax every trader
ten dollars a year each white man five dollars
poll tax Every vessel doing business on the
islands had to enter cargo at Jaluit and is ob
liged to clear from Jaluit No spirits guns or
ammunition or other combustables or explosives
aro allowed to bo sold to the natives in the
group Daily Herald
Sour stomach bad breath indigestion and head
ache easily cured by Hop Bittera Take none but
American See advertisement
3TU Sluuaftscnicnts
Thistle DewWhiskey
We respectfully announce to our Patrons and the Pub
lie generally that WE HAVE BEEN
Celebrated Brand of Whiskey by
Henry W Smith Co
We can confidently Oiler THIS Whiskey as
A Pure and Unadulterated Article
And Eqnal if not Superiorto anyWhlskcy ever
offered for Sale in this Kingdom
reeth Peacock
1111 imo
Sole Agents Hawn Islands
ly done at the Gazette Office
3mu ttiucrnsemcnts
Have Just Received From
Xsitrerpool and
San Francisco
Crosse Blackwells
Assorted Jams 1 and 21b Tins tart Fruits forples
Menier Chocolate in Gib Tins
Extra fine Lucca Oil in K pints for Salads
Extra Fine Duret Oil in M pints for Salads
Patts Table Vinegar in quarts
Superior Sardines in U and yt Tins 1
Genuine Seotch Oatmeal in i and 71b TfusJ
Oxrord Sausage in i and lib Tins
Mctwnrst Truffled Liver Sausage
Sard el Is and Russian Sardines in Glass
Anchovies and Mackerel in Oil
New Seasons Curing
New York and California Cheese
Edam and Limburg Cheese
Kits No 1 Mackerel aud Salmon Bellies
Block Cod Fish and Smoked Halibut
Gilt Edge Butter in Wlb KegS and Rolls
Top orCan and Whitneys Buttcr2 3Ibtins
Epicure and Blue Point Oysters
In 1 and 2 round Tins
Humes Salmon in 1 and 21b Ting
Choice Salmon in Barrels and Half Barrels
Devild Ham and Potted Meats
Boned Chicken and Turkey Curried Fowl
Barataria Shrimps and Cod Fish BallsE
Variety of Condiments
Clam and Fish Chowder Lewis Sausage Meat
Vienna Sausage 1 and 21b Tins Ham do 21b Tins
Corned Beef Pies Feet English Brawn 21b Tins
Libbys Lunch Tongues 1 and 21b Tins
O v Tongues whole Doxies Clams 1 and 21b Tins
Jars Cranberry Sauce
Sugar Corn Susar Peas and Succatash
Lima Beans Siring Beans and Asparagus
Vermont Maple Syrup in qts and y gal Tins
Ktgs Sour Krout Kegs N Zealand Beer for families
Kegs H and M Kits Family Pork
Royal Baking Pou der in 0 12 10 and 31b Tl us
Fresh Almonds Walnuts and Brazil Nnts
Raisins Currants Allien Apples
and Prunes
Macaroni and Vermicelli Lilly Gloss Starch
Pearl Barky Pearl Sago and Flake Tapioca
Breakfast Gem Oat Flakes Germca White Oats
Graham Flour Oatmeal Cracked Wheat Rye Meal
and Flour
Buckwheat Flour Avcna Small Hominy
Culinary and Laundry Starch Sapolia
Golden Gate Extrj Family Flour Sacks
urown Jiins iixira family tiour a sacus
El Dorado Flour i Sacks
White and Red Beans Blue Peas Lima and Horse
Kidney and Peach Blossom Potatoes new
Crop Silver Skin and Red Onions
New crop
A Large Assortment of California Table Fruits Jams
and Jellies Etc Etc
Cnbo Sugar in 25 and 1001b Boxes
Granulated Sugar in 301b Boxes anil 14 and wkQle
Powdered Sugar in 301b Boxes
Granulated Sugar in 100 Bags
Island Washed Sussr in Barrels
A Very Large Aesortment of
Morions Coods
We also Ecll at the Lowest Market Rates Oats Bran
Cracked Com Whole Corn Ground Barley
Whole Barley Wheat Etc Etc
Wo import and replenish our Stock by every
vessel therefrom
Supplies ocry fortnight by steamer etc
JWc carry a large Stock andwc are in a good
position to supply Plintatious Stores nnd Families
and everything well packed and guaranteed In the
article of TEA c have a well selected Stock for Fami
lies Plantations and Store
C I O I S I 05 3E3 I 3EJ I
We roast and Grind the old KONA COFFEE and do
well sustain our previous reputation Wc have in
stock selected Kona Coflee from one to four years old
any one wishing to send to their friends abroad a
choice article we can supply them with it
For tho next two months we shall receive by each
steamer from the South
Hew Zealand Potatoes c
1120 3m
Superceding all other Steam Hollers
Economical of Fuel
Less Ijiablo to Explode
Easier of Transportation
63 Full description and price can be obtained by
application to
W E BOWELL Honolulu
1093 ly Jiilc Agent Hawaiian Islands
3Iannfacturrr and Dealers In
Leleo ICInp Street Ilnunlnln
Beef Mutton and fio U Tstidw aiied Orders left a
Colics Cos Qnecn street mil intrt with promptat
tention IftiTi ly
A GETorBrcuicn llonrdof Underwriters
J Aentof Dresden Board of Underwriters
Agent of Vienna Board of Underwriters
Calms against Insurance Companles within the juru
diction of the above Hoards of Undenvriterswill have
to be certified to by the above Agent to make them
valid HOI ly
35m luDcrtiscincnts
jHH r H
Will Stand for the Season of 1SS6
at the Hotel Stables
SPECULATION JR is a black horse 15y hands
high and weighs about 1060 pounds lie has a small
head large fall eyes clean cut throttle handsome
arched neck strong oblique shoulders great depth of
chesti straight strong back smoothly conplcd to long
symmetrically turned hips a handsome croup elegant
flowing tall powerful and well finished quarters long
strong joints short in cannon bones and pasterns and
the best of feet lie is indeed a horse of great beauty
and rare symmetry of form is very stylish In harness
an extra fast walker a prompt driver disposition per
fect and last bat not leat is very fast
SPECULATION JR was bred by E CGIllisptc
of San FranciscoCal and was foaled in 1STS He was
sired by Colonel Spreckels1 celebrated trotting stallion
Speculation hobyRysdks Hambletonian the great
est progenitor of trotters that ever lived Speculation
Jrs dam was sired by Eastons David Hill the sire of
Geo Treat record 223i also Black Swan 223 and a
number of other fast ones Speculation became very
noted several years since as sirinff the two cele
brated trotters Oakland Maid record 222 and Crown
Point221 two as game trotters as are often seen on a
race track
It is a fact worthy of note that the breeding of Spec
ulation Jr is almost identical with that of the great
champion trotting stallion Maiey Cobb whose record
of 213Ji made only last year stands at the head of the
list of all stallions Maxcy Cobb was by Happy Med
ium he by Old Hambletonian and his dam was by
Prince Nebo son of old Long Island Black Hawk
Specnlation Jr by Speculation he by Old Hamble
tonian and his dam by Eastons David Hill who was
also a son of old Black Hawk miking them bred exact
ly in the same blood lints This is a fact that should
notbelost sight of by breeders and to say mat he will
sire fast horses when coupled with good mares would
be superfluous as if he should fail to do so it would be
strictly against the law of Nature that like produces
like or the likeness of some ancestor
SPECULATION JR in addition to his fine breed
ing and great individual excellence is a fast and game
trottcrhlmself He has never been trained or prepared
inany manner having been kept as a private roadster
by his owner so that his speed la only purely natural
and undeveloped He was never lu but one race and
that was last year His owner started him In a matinee
trot to see how he would behave in company This
was against the advice of his friends who stated that
it was dollars to a rotten eg that he would get the flag
in his face in short order bnt contrary to their expec
tations and to the surprise of everyond he went off
and beat a large field of old seasoned campaigners
with such case and apparently with such little effort
making a record of 236 that it immediately stamped
him as being nothing short of a trotting wonder and
making it doubly certain that could he have had the
advantage of the long continued careful training from
day to day week to week month to month aud year to
year that is given the great turf performers he would
long ago have placed a sensational mark to his credit
perhaps equal to that of his celebrated brother In
blood Maxey Cobb whose untimely death early In the
present year was so greatly deplored by all horsemen
In America His owner Mr Cohnfield of New York
City refused 0C0 for him a few days before his
SPECULATION JR and Maxey Cobb are not the
only horses of this famons Hambletonian and Black
Hawk cross that have won distinction on the turf
Some years since there appeared at every meeting
through the Grand Circuit in the East a little brown
horse named Gloster that literally swept everything
before him He would trot around on the extreme out
side of a large field of horses the whole mile and win
with such apparent ease that it was plain to everyone
that he had several seconds ci speed in reserve every
time At the end of the trotting season he had made
a record of 217 won in a fog and had earned the title
of the trotting whirlwind of the East Shortly after
this he was suddenly taken sick with lung fever and
died and it was then that his owner Mr Goldsmith
unbosomed himself concerning him and declared that
if the horse had lived he would certainly have trotted
a mile the next jer fn two minute a there really
seemed to be no limit to his wonderful spevd The
whole country was then anxious to learn his breeding
which was as follow By Volunteer he by old Old
Hambletonian dam by Stockbridge Chief son of Old
Black Hawk being identically the same combination
of blood lines heralofore alluded to A mare called
Molly by Old Black Hawk produced by Old Hamble
tonian the two mare Effle Deans 223K and Lottie
In California we have another instance of the value
of this cress In the two fast mares Sister record 221
aud Huntress 223U full sisters their aire Admiral
being byVoluntpcr he by Hambletonian their dam
being by 31 cCrackens Black Hawk a son of the oil
original Blacfc Hawk Thesa mares have a fall sister
tyounger called Nona S that is said to be faster than
either of them and will no doubt be driven to a fasi
record soon Their sire Admiral although bred to a
great many fine mares of other blood has never pro
duced any other trotters of records Other instances
conld be cited but ihwe are sufficient to establish the
fact that horses possessing the blood lines of Specula
tion Jr stand atthsheadof the list as producers of
extreme speed
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CnLOEODYNE is thebestremedy known Ut Coughs
Consumption Bronchitis Asthma
CHLORODYNE acts like a charm in Diarrhoea and
is the only specific in Cholera and Dysenwry
CnLORODYNE effectually cuta shortall attacks of
Epilepsy Hysteria Palpitation and Spiams
CHLORODYNE is the only palliatre in Neuralgia
Rheumatism Gout Cancer Toothache Meningitis Ac
From Symes Co Pharmaceutical Chemists Medl
cal Hall Simla January 5 lfcSO To J T Davmporl
Esq 33 Great Knssell Street 31oomshurv London
Dear Sir We embrace this opnfftnnity of congratulat
ing you upon the wide spread reputation this justly
esteemed medicine Dr J ColX Brownes Chlorodyne
has earned for Itself notoily in HinUoetan but all
overtheEast Asaremedy for general utility uf must
question whether a betterl imported into the country
and we shall be glad to hrarof its finding a place in
every Anglo Indian home The other brands e aro
sory tosayarenowreleatedto the nalhe bazar and
judging from theirsale we fancy their sojourn there
will be tint evanescent We could multiply iiibtances
ad Infinitum of the extraordinary efficacy of Dr Collis
Brownes Chlorodyne in Diarrhoea and Dysentery
Spasms Cramps Neuralgia the Vomiting of Pregnancy
and as a general sedative that have occuied unatr onr
Sersonal observation daring many ears In Choleraic
iarrliceaand even in tie more terrible forms of Chol
era Itself we have witnessed it surprisingly controll
ing power We have nfcver need any other form of this
medlcin than Collis Brownes from a firm Conviction
that Itls decidclytheest and ateofrom a sente of duty
weoive to the profession and the public as we are of
opinion that the substitution of say other than Collis
Brownes is asEunERATE Breach op paitu on tux
alike We are Sir faithfully yours Symes it Co
Members of the harm Society of Great Brillan Hij
Excellency the Viceroys Chemists
Sir W Page Wcod
stated that D- Collis Browne was undoubtedly the
Inventor of Chlorodyne that the story of the defen
dant Freenan was deliberately untrue whlrb he
mrretted U say had been sworn to 8ceMThe Times
Soldinboltles at lslKd SiSd igCd and lie
each Jine is genuine without the words Dr J Coll
lis Brovnes Chlorodyne on the Governnent stamp
Overwtelmlng medical testimony accompanies each
Caution Beware of Piracy and Initatlong
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MARIPOSK making his Stock one of the most com
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