VALUABLE DOGS BURNED.
On the night of November 21 the Brookside kennels, owned by George Greer, of Rye, N. Y., were destroyed by fire. Of the 100 dogs in the kennels, sixty were burned to death, and a number of those rescued will die. The most valuable animals—prize cockers and field spaniels, the finest in the world—in the kennels perished. The loss is said to be at least $25,000. Among the dogs that were killed were the champion field spaniel Bradford Boy, valued at $t,ooo; the champion cocker spaniels Fritz and Brookside, valued at *1,000 each, and the white cocker spaniel Jupiter, worth *500. The fire is believed to have been the work of an incendiary.