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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 7885, 16 December 1903, Page 4
LOWES AND IOENS, LTD. LOWES AND lOENsTEtd! Special Hoi'se Sate. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1903, at 1 p.m. MESSES LOWES & lOENS, LTD., will sell at their Chapel-street yards on above date — 6 heavy draught geldings, 5 years, nr.y harness 5 draught geldings, 4 years, any harness 4 draught marcs, 5 years, any harness 3 draught geldings, 6 years, any trial 2 draught maies, aged, any harness 3 draught marcs, 6 years, anyharnass 2 draught colts, 3 years, broken to chains 4 draught coifs, 3 years, unbroken 2 draught fillies, 3 years, unbroken 1 draught gelding, aged, any trial 1 draught gelding, 4 years 1 harness horse, 5 years 1 good hack, 4 years 1 boy's pony 1 tip-dray and harness (nearly new) 10 hack and harness horses 1 trap horse 8 heavy and light harnos., horses, all good sorts (a consignment from the West Coast) 2 draught mares with foals at foot by Earl of Salisbnry 1 ood lorry mare 1 heavy draught gelding, any trial 1 2-yr draught filly 1 draught mare with foal at foot 1 first-class draught mare, any trial 1 roan cob 1 bay harness gelding 1 gray cob, 4 years, broken to saddle 1 roan gelding, 7 years, single or double harness 1 draught gelding On account of Mr R. D. Knight— 7 medium to heavy draught mares and geldings, 5 to 7 years old LOWES & lORNS, LTD., ____________ Auctionaers. HANDSOME JACK (St. Leger -Eadiant.) Will be at the service of mares on my farm, Kiwitea. Moderate fees, grazing free. The stock of St. Leger, the Bire af Handsome Jack, have topped the list of winners on the turf the past ten years. Handsome Jack has sired several winnsrs on the turf, and himself secured First and Champion at the Palmerston Show. M**&- To Travel the Rongotea, palmerston, Colyton, ?Eif*©§iifi and Feilding Districts, r * frW t"ie Im P°rted Hackney 4ST^teSSjKJfI Stallion GALANTINE, No. 7082, E.H.S.B. /CHAMPION at Wisbech, England ; First J Palmerston, N.Z. Sire, Stow Gabriel, 5416, dam 1332 Queen Esther. Galantine is directly descended on both sides from the world-renowned Danegelt 174, who was responsible for both champion stallions at the great London Show of 1902. This year his descendants at the Hackney Show carried off one Championship and 25 I Prizes, besides Commendations. The first crops of foals by Galantine are eminently satisfactory to breeders, showing great size, heavy bone, good conformation and carriage. Good grazing. For terms and extended pedigree apply to owners. ELLIS BROS., .Killeymoon, Bulls. Breed From The Best. The Champion Thoroughbred ENCHANTER. BUNEOORA-Miranda. Bundoora The Peer—Miranda by Traducer. Egmont, Ist and champion, 1896-98 ; Taranaki, Ist and champion, 1897-98-99 ; Ist and champion, Palmerston North, 1902. In the show ring Enchanter has beaten Conqueror, Sylvia Park, Day Star, Saracen, St. Conon, Son-of-a-Gun, Papakura and many others. Terms, £3 3a per mare. For further particulars apply E. B. VINE, Owner, Palmerston North. cMk,,^^ To Stand at Feilding and ffCjggSSgjß Travel the Surround'fW^gf *nS Districts. The Bay Trotting Stallion FEDERATION, 4 years, by General Tracey, dam Maori. T7IEDERATION is a bright bay, 4 years, JD stands 16 hands, has immense bone and substance, good temper, and handsome appearance. Terms—£3 Ba, payable Ist January, 1904. For full particulars apply Hastie's Feilding Hotel Stables, Feilding. J. MEWTOU, Proprietor. Or B. K. Sommerville. The Purebred Clydesdale CHANGE OF STYLE Will travel Palmerston and Pohangina Districts. Pedigree : Change of Style was foaled in 1899. His sire is Marshall Keith (imp.) (7046), and his dam Young London Maggie by Lord Dunmore (imp.) ex Percy Cross, 4610 and 180 N.Z, Stud Book. Change of Style took first prize at the Taieri Show as a yearling. Terms: £3 ss. Further particulars on application to A. RUSSELL, Raumai. W. L. Siddells, Palmerston N. TO STAND THIS SEASON, ROBERT W. (Berlin —Fanny Allen.) "D OBERT W. is a beautiful dark bay JA; horse, 17 hands high, of great quality, substance, bone, and power and splendid temper: by imp. Berlin out of imp. Eanny Allan, his breeding is unimpeachable. Berlin (Woodford —Mambrino, 2-21$) is full brother to Mambrino Dudley, 2-22. Robert W. only started three times, being first once and second twice. Terms £3 10s, payable January Ist, 1904. Groomage fee ss, payable first service grazing 2s per week. Every care faken, but no responsibility. For full particulars apply H. J.WOODFIELD, Manawatu Stables. To travel in the Manawatu distriot this season, the draught stallion GENERAL JOUBERT (General Gordon—Belle.) General Gordon is by Sir Arthur Gordon by The Banker (No. 1 N.Z. Stud Book). Belle is by Prince Royal out of Maggie by Major. Terms : Single mare, £2 10s ; two more as per agreement. T. EDLIN. Owner in charge. rpO stand the season in the Manawatu JL district, the grand Trotting Stallion KINGSTON. Kingston, as a 4-year old, trotted 2 miles in 5 mins sees ;as a 6-year old he trotted it in 5 mins 9 sees. Amongst other good performances he trotted on his owner's track 2 miles in 4 mins 48 sees. Terms £3 3s, payable Ist Jan. 1904. Other terms can be arranged. Apply H. HOLLAND, Rongotea. "NATEBY STUD," PALMERSTON NORTH. TO stand at Stud Farm, Awapuni, and travel the surrounding district. The Purebred Imported Shire Stallions "Bolingbroke II" (17788) AND 1 Boro Drayman' (17794) For further particulars and nominations apply MR T. REENHOW. Owner, Or groom in charge. All care taken but no responsibility. Grazing for mares free for four weeks, after that time I^6 per we.ejj;,.