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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 7896, 28 October 1904, Page 4
GUINESS & LeGREN. IMPORTANT LAND SALE. 47,000 Acres First-Class Agricultural & Pastoral Land. " STATION PEAK" AND "HtfRSTLEA" ESTATES. Subdivided into 22 Blocks, near HAKATARAMEA. ON TUESDAY, 29th NOVEMBEE, I 1904, At Wear Street Hall, Oamaru, At 11 o'clock. GUINNESS & LeOEEN, Ltd., in conjunction with Wright, Stephenson and Co., have received instructions from Messrs R. Campbell and Sons, Ltd., to offer by public auction at the above time and place, the whole of their "STATION PEAK" ESTATE, containing approximately 40,000 acres, subdivided into 20 blocks, ranging in size I 72 to 3300 acres. j At the same time and place, there will be offered (by arrangement), on 1 account of Mr James Meek, his Estate known as "HURSTLEA," adjoining «' STATION PEAK " in two Blocks. Plans and Pamphlets containing upset prices of each Block can be obtained from Mr B. O. Campbell, Otekaike Station, Oamaru, the Auctioneers, or the office of this paper. GUINNESS & LeCREN, LTD., Timaru, Waimate and Geraldine, WRIGHT, STEPHENSON k CO., Dunedin, Gore and Invercargill. __■**•_■_*■■ ■_-_—-_-_--, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. The Imported Thoroughbred Horse MALACHI WILL travel the Feilding, Rongotea, Sanson, and Oroua Districts this season. Fee for approved mares suitable for getting remounts, 2£ guineas, payable as follows: 1£ guineas at end of season, and 1 guinea when mare proves in foal. For thoroughbreds, 4 guineas, payable as follows f 2 guineas at end of season, and 2 guineas when mare proves in foal. All mares sold held to be in foal. Groomage ss. Paddocking will be provided by arrangement. For further particulers apply to the groom in charge, or to the Inspectors of Stock, Palmerston North and Feilding. (Pedigree.) MALACHI (1894). (Black Horse) Eilwarlin Vesta Arbitrator Hasty Girl HcrmH Bonnie Lassie 5 cos S a ***'SaS 1" "<sl H . j| « __*» aJ2 o_i«3 00 -** *2 i_3 S^» __oq S x a to oa *SC_ H <4 «__ •**■ _> M i_i JOHN D. RITCHIE, Secretary for Agriculture. Wellington, September, 1904. *> .-__ *!£^z&: To travel the season XL^^^__^» in Palmerston N. and surrounding _T districts,thestan- TROTTING STALLION ROBERT W. (Berlin-—Fannx Allen.) ROBERT W. is a beautiful dark bay horse, 17 hands high, of great I quality, substance, bone and power, and has a splendid temper. ■ Eobert W's breeding is staunch and true. He has only raced on three occasions, being placed first once and second twice. Terms -82, payable January Ist, 1905, and £2 when mare proves in loal. Groomage fee ss, payable first service; grazing 2s per week. Every care taken, but no responsibility. For full particulars apply H. J. WOODFIELD, Manawatu Stables. -. CLOVER LEA ..^ A_% Afr STUD FARM. |F*Jf_P^<^ J-L ne well-known ODD TIMES AND PAPAKTJJRA WILL be at the servioe of breeders this season. For particulars on cards apply to groom in charge or D. BUICK, Owner. W. Greenhow iwiM^M H. L. Can The Purebred Imported Shire Stallions Bolingbroke II (17788) To stand at the farm, Bunnythorpe, and travel surrounding districts, Boro Drayman (17794)*' To stand at the farm of Hunt Bros., Marton and travel surrounding districts, For cards particulars etc., GREENHOW & CARR, Owners, Bunnythorpe. M. To Travel this season n the Rongotea, Palmer ston, Feilding, Bunnythorpe and Ashhurst Districts, the Imported Hackney Stallion GALANTINE. SIRE, Stow Gabriel; dam, Queen Esther This horse's stock are already commanding high prices, as much as £20 having*been offered for some cf his stock nine months old. Particulars, pedigree, c. ELLIS BROS., Killeymoon, Bulls. -.**_-_-**_____€____ l T° Stand ftt Mr W> *m__^_r^l_-f_f -ft Greenhow'a farm, l^T}fy^fi( travel surrounding The Imported Pure-bred Prize-winning English Hackney COKEK'S EMPEROR. For particulars apply J. T. H. ALDERSON, Owner. x-nngu To stand at Palmer- Q_^h^^Svb Bton and surround-^_™~-j^_y e * iam p-_ n taught INZIEVAK. Terms : £3 10s. Also the Thoroughbred Stallion CAPTAIN WEBB, Terms : £6 6s. Groom charges iv eaoh case 5s first service. Good safe paddocking, 2s per week. Every care, but n_ responsibility. Further particulars from T. ANDREWS, Studholme, Scandia street, Owner. THE CHAMPION ARAB PONY STALLION DUKE OF (VIAZEPpA. TO stand at his owners farm, Shannon. All care taken, bu-t no responsibility. For particulars apply to M. MOYNIHAN. YOUNG TORPEDO ToxtPEDO—Nancy. YOUNG TORPEDO is a beautiful black horse, standing 16.1 high, and is all bone and muscle. He is rising five years old, and has proved himself a sure foalgetter during the time he was at the stud in the Nelson distriot. Terms—£3 3s for single mare ; two or more as per arrangement. A. J. MASTERS, Awaburi. The woll-known Draught Stallion THE PRIDE Will be at the service of breeders for a limited number of mares tbis season. For further particulars apply to E. WHITE, * Park Road, Palmer.toa N.