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Daily Southern Cross, Rōrahi XVII, Putanga 1349, 13 Whiringa-ā-rangi 1860, Page 4
i, THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY* ' Empowered hy Acts of Parliament. •ESTABLISHED IN 183 6. Capital subscribed, exceeding £1,880,000. Accumulated Funds and Capital paid up, exceeding £1,213,000, of whioh £200,000 are invested in ' the Colonies in Govern- ment and other securities. Reserve Surplus Fund, £250,000, With Unlimited Liability of the Shareholders, LIFE DEPARTMENT. fIiHE PREMIUMS received in this Department in J_ 1859, amounted to £127,415. Medical Referee for Auckland : T. M. PHILSON, ESQ., M. D. Table of Rates for Fire and Life Assurance in all Its branches, and every information can be obtained from JOHN BUCHANAN, Agent for the Province of Auckland, Canada Buildings, October 11th, 1860.
First Class Heavy Draught Stallion, " INVINCIBLE." fiSa»4(ffi& A BEAUTIFUL DAPPLED IJEygref A grey cart stallion, six years old, 16k hands high, bied CSW^PVPfc by John Miles, Esq., of Worcester, got by "Swindon, (winner of the Worcestershire Agricultural Society's Prize for the best Cart Colt in 1848) by " Invincible,' 1 winner of the prize at Shrewsbury against all England, " Invincible" was imported toNew"South Wabs by Mr George Wilson, senr. (long known as im- porter of the best draught stock). He was awarded the Cumberland Agricultural Society's Prize, at Liverpool, for the belt imported Cart Stallion in New South Wales, 6th January, 1858. "Invincible" will Stand this Season at the Stables of the Junction Hotel, Mount St. John, on Mon- days, Tuesdays, and Saturdays ; and at Otahuhu, at Mr. Hall's Stables, on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays in each week. Terms for the Season:— Single Maies, £7 10s. ; wo or more, £7 each. Mares to be served either hobbled or loose, at the option of the Groom. All payments to be made on or before the 14th January, 1861. B. NEWELL. Auckland, Aug. 3lst, 1860.
"PACIFIC." mHE thorough-bred horse "PACIFIC," by X " Flatcatcher," out of "Disagreeable," (see stud book vol. 8, p. 119.) will serve mares at £7 7s. and ss. groomage. His stock are very large and powerful. Accounis to be settled on or before Ist January, 1861. WM. STUART WILD. Onehunga, October Ist, 1860.
"PUNCH." lO^iutlflrtt rriHE well-known Draught horse ff IJMtr'V^ -*- " PUNCH," will stand this season at the Stables of the Under- signed, West Tamaki. "PUNCH," is a black horse of great bone and substance, rising seven years old, and stands 16 hands high, sire of "Punch," the celebrated im- ported horse "Norfolk Hero," out 'an imported Clydesdale Mare. Tubjis :— £4 each mare, or a foal insured for £6. A limited number of mares will be grassed and attended to at 3s. 6d. per week, but no responsibility incurred. Payments to be made on or before 10th January, 1861. WM. JAMES TAYLOR. September 25th, 1860.
STALLIONS, TO SERVE THIS SEASON. &xe»m4nr& CCT>ENEDICT"by "COSSACK," flflHS^Bf iLi -*-^ *^ c celebrated winner and IfHly Champion of the day on the New 4HSSwSPgfeSSJ South Wales Turf. (For whose high pedigree and performances see Stud Book,) out of a thorough bred mare, imported by Joseph Hargreaves, Esq. He is the winner of the Maiden Plate and Maiden Produce, at the last Auckland Race Meeting. A Pure Rich Chestnut, of great strength, fine symmetry, and the most gentle temper, rising 5 years. Terms :— £3 10s., if 2or more mares, £3 each ; j guaranteed £5 each. Groomage ss. each. "FARMER/'adeep bay heavy draughthorse, of great power and perfect symmetry, staunch and true in Harness, with excellent temper, by "SAMPSON" out of a, powerful imported Mare. He received the 2nd "Prize »t last Season's Exhibition of Stallions. Terms: — £4 55., 2or more mares, £3 10. each; guaranteed £6 each. Groomage ss. each. Their stand will be at the Junction Hotel, Mount St. John, and they will travel on Mondays to Ota- huhu, Tuesdays Newmarket, Wednesdays One- hunga, Thursdays Newmarket, Fridays Panmure & Howick, Saturdays Auckland. 11. HARDINGTON.
"YOUNG ORWELL.", tfMMtfßft !TO STAND THIS SEASON nHkgyPBI 1 the Entue Horse, "YOUNG f>-N ORWELL," now rising four 49BW9PVftRf years old, was bred by Mr James Williamson, from the imported horte, "Orwell" out of a draught mare, got by " Lincoln" also bred by Mr. Williamson. "YOUNG ORWELL," is a dark chesnut, good action and excellent temper, thoroughly stnunch as a working horse, and a sure foal getter, He was awarded the first prize as a two years old at the Exhibition of Stallions, 1858, and the first prize the following year as a three year old. He will stand on Mondajs and Tuesdays, at the Stables of the Undersigned, at Papatoitoi. On Wed- nesdayt, at Ouhuhu. On Thursdays, at New- market. On Fridays, and Satuidays, at Mr. A. Wtllaoe's, Tamaki. Terms :— Single Mare £4, two or more £3 10s. each. Groomage, 2s. 6d. for each mare. Good grass paddocks for M ares, at Papatoitoi, at 3s. per week, but no responsibility incurred. Payments to be made on or before 10th January, 1861. JAMES WALLACES September 15th, 1860. ,
ENTIRE HORSES. .. «« ti * ELEAGER," a well known WnWrWigf fl J.VJL and thorough-bred; " ROB ROY," a fint claisheavy Stand at the Royal Geoige Hotel, Newmarket. For terms (liberal) apply to Groom. ■ THOS. PATON. W. MARSDEN & CO., BROKERS, • Auctioneer & General Commission Agents, QUEEN-STREET, AUCKLAND.