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Lyttelton Times, Volume V, Issue 323, 5 December 1855, Page 3
EDWARD NURSE, Carrier from Lyttelton to Cliristchurch, Daily. PARCELS to be left at the Golden Fleece Hotel, Christchurch, and Mitre Hotel, Lyttelton. ' All orders will be punctually attended to. " DUKE." THIS well-known Draught Horse will .Stand this Scaso.i,ai Mr. Fisher's Farm, on ihe Heathcote. Terms, £ii 3s. and Groomage. To Stand this Season. ; At Limoood Farm, River A yon. ihpHE fine voting thorough-bred Horse, |■* JOli MILLER, by Jersey out of Miss j Miller (own brother to Fhosnix), half brother to Bay Middleton, (winner of the Derby,) by Buzzard out of Cobweb, (winner of the Oaks), by Phantom out of Filagree, by Soothsayer, Webby Waxy, &c, [Vide Stud Book] Misjsl Miller., by Wanderer out of tin Arab f mare,'■'imported into V. D. L. by Captain | Stewart, of that colony. Wanderer (bred by I Lord Egremont) by Trump out of a Blacklock mare ; her dam Camerton's Dam by Precipitate &C, [Vide Stud Book.'] Joe Miller is a rich dark chestnut, now rising six years old, is perfectly quiet, free from vice, stands 16 hands high. Terms, £5 each mare, and ss. groomage to be paid in advance; the fees to be paid the first week in February. fgsgr Accommodation provided for mares brought fr-.:m a distance. For further particulars apply to Mr. Packard, Lyttelton, and to Mr. Sihon Stace, Linwood Farm. To Stand this Season, THE Thorough-bred Horse " Leading Article," by " Sir Charles," out of " Brunette." "Leading Ar'icle" is a beautiful dark brown horse, free from white, rising 7 years old, with an excellent constitution. " Leading Article" will stand at the Royal Hotel stables, Christchurch, on Wednesdays and Saturday's, commencing the first week in October. Terms, £o each mare, and ss. the groom (to be paid in advance) ; the fees to be paid the first week in January. Parties desirous of bringing mares to "Leading Artic'e," are requested to enter '.heir names in a book kepi for that purpose at the Royal Hotel. W. C. FIiNDALL. Standing* this Season, At Ham Farm. THE well-known Entire horse Canterbury. The season will terminate the first week in January, after which dale no mares will be taken. The groom will be in attendance every day from 12 to 4 o'clock. Iv consequence of the owner's return to England, the mares must be paid for at the time of covering. Terms £4 4s. and ss. the groom. N.B. "Canterbury will be for sale at" the end of the season. "WANDERER." rpilE ARAB HORSE " WANDERER," -*- will Stand every Saturday during the season, eommt.'ucini; from the First Saturday in October, at the Ro.al llolel Livery Stables, aud during die remainder of each week at ihe Stables, at Cashmere. Terms, £7, and ss. to the Gim.m. For'further pariicnlars apply to Mr. I. Irvine, Cashmere. SPEED THE PLOUGH. fpi-lIS well-known Draught Horse is to -*- stand ibis season, at Mr. Burkes station on the river Ilalswell. Terms £ each marc. Attendance up to 10 o clock each morning Good grass in a large enclosed paddock, and regular attendance, for mares left, without extra charge.