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Clutha Leader, Volume XVII, Issue 848, 17 October 1890, Page 4
a. aa y New Advertisements. rpo THE ELECTORS OF B R UC E. Gentlemen, *V y )l Iybeg to intimate that I intend to offer myself at the approaching General Election as a Candidate for the honor of representing you iri the Legislative As- sembly. In due time* l will publish through thepres3 a statement of my views upon the leading topics of political in- terest, and afterwards invite your attend- ance at suitable places to hear my verbal explanations. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, JAMES SMITH. Dunedin, 31st July, 1890. 7 T F. V.S. LF. V.S. LF. V.S. SINGER SEWING MACHINE DEPOT. NOTICE. From this date our Depot will be operi Daily under the charge of an experienced Saleswoman, who will afford full informa- tion regarding our Celebrated Noiseless Machines. As Dressmaking and Millinery will now be undertaken at our Depot by a thoroughly practical Dressmaker, our new Machines can be seen constantly at work. A Perfect Fit, Fashionable Style, Good Workmanship, and Moderate Charges will be a specialty. ONE TLIAL SOLICITED. S. E. POYNTZ, 6 Agent, Clyde street, Balclutha. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON IN THK CLUTHA, CLINTON, AND TOKO- MAIRIRO DISTRICTS, THE CARRIAGE STALLION Bismarck. BISMARCK is a carriage stallion, five years old, is a dark mottled brown, stand- ing 16 hands lin, with splendid action. He is by the imported American trotting hoiss Berlin (by Woodford Mamblino, dam Sue Dudley). Dam, Lady Harriett, by Sledmere (imported) f-dam, Polly, by Antidote (imported) g-g-dam, the Norfolk trotting maro imported by Gover- nor Gore Brown. Bismarck was bred by Mr Robert Wilkin, and bought by late owner at his sain and a few weeks after the colt not being a year old an offer was received from a man in Sydney, who owned his (Bismarck's) full brother, of 60 guineas for the colt, and without seeing him. Bismarck is honestly a real good one. He is quiet in harness, is a sure foal- getter, and his yearlings promise exceed- ingly well. He took first prize last year at four Agricultural Show 3. TERMS— £4 half guarantee! A pad- dock provided for mares coming from a distance. JOHN WALKER, 14 Te Honka, Proprietor. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON IN THE Clinton, Waiwera, Kaihiku, Warepa, Kaitangata, Inch Clutha, Stirling, and Clutha Districts, THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE Artist (Late HARKAWAY). ARTIST, brown -horse, 14 years old, by the famous Tradueer. Darn, Xanfa, by Blood Royal (Arab) see Vol. I, page 93, New Zealand Stud Book. Grand dam, Emma, by Gil Bias g. g. dam Emily, by Operator g. g. g. dam Flora M'lvor, by Rous' Emigrant. Artist was bred by Mr Roskrnge, Hallswell, Canterbury. TERMS— £3 Guarantee. W. HOWIE, Owner, 14 Kaitangata. THE PUREBRED CLYDES- DALE ENTIRE B a Idwin. BALDWIN (sire Gladstone, dam Lricy) will travel to Balclutha eyery alternate week, and will stand at hia Owner's Stable 3, Southbridge; y TERMS— £3- half at end: of season, balance when mare proves in foal. Groom's fee, ss. A good grass paddock for one riibnth free of charge, y WILLIAM ROBINSON, 14 Proprietor, Milton.