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Waikato Times, Volume XVII, Issue 1458, 5 November 1881, Page 4
mHE IMPORTED THOROUGH- 1 BRED SIRE FEVE will stand this season at Gorton, and travel as below. Terms — For thoroughbred mares, S guineas ; for half-bred mares, b guineac. Good paddocks at Goiton, 2s per week. Every care taken, but no i e&ponbibihty incuired. Feve will travel to Cambridge, Kirk- woods Hotel, on Tuesdays and Thurs- days, and to Tarn ah eie Hotel (if sufficient inducement offeis) ; at home rest of week. Pedigree. — By Lord Clifden, out of Haricot, by Mango or Lanercost ; her dam Queen Mary, by Gladiator. Mango, by Euiilius, out of Mustard, by Merlin, out of Morel. Lanercost, by Liverpool, out of Otis, by Bu&taid, out of daughter ot eiater to Skyeweeper, by Highflyer. Lord Clifden, by Newminster, dam The Slave, by Melboui'De, out of Volley (sister to Voltigeur). Newminster, by Touchstone, out of Beeswing, by Dr Syntax. ROBERT FERGUSSON.
TO STAND THIS SEASON IN WAIKATO, The Thoioughbrcd Horse LEANDER, Bid in 1575, got by Dead Shot, dam Miss Nightingale, by Sir Heieulps— Jessica (dam ot Strop), by Satellite (impoited)-- Celclid (imp ), Sir Heiculos by (J.ip-a-pic (imp )— Paiaguny (imp.) Dead Shot, by Ravouswoith (imp.) — Certainty, by 11 Baibieie— Chance, by Sir Hercules — Fineshe, Riivriibwoith (imp.), by Touch- stone — Fan Jean. — Sec Stud Book. Leandfb has two cro-t>Cb of the giand Sir Hercules blood, which has proved to be tho best that has ever been in tho colonies; and he is vriy closely related to the celebrated hoises Grand Flaneur and Piofness, and many other good horses — Deiul Shot is the siie of the well-known Mata. Leandbb is a rich bay, standing 16 hands high, showing immense powei, and great quality. Route— Tamahere and Gaudin't. Hotel, Monday, Whatawhata aud Ngaiuawahia, Fotenoon Tuesday, Commercial Hotel, Hamilton, Foie- noon Wednesday ; Rest of week at Kirk wood's, Cam- bridge. Good Gia^s P.id'lockn will be piovided at Kukwood's, Cambridge. Every care taken, but no lesponsibihty. Terms, £") os for single mares; two oi moie, the piopeity of one owner, ns per agieement. All fees must be paid befoie the lst Januaiy, ISB2 Ouly a limited number of nppiovcd niaies will he taken, and owneiT of mnio will do well to in- spect the hoise, as his list is nearly full. WILLIAM STAFFORD.
IMPORTED CLYDESDALE HORSED MESSRS MACLEAN AND CO.'S Imported Clydesdale Stud Horses will SERVE MARES for the Public this Season as follows :—: — "YOUNG FARMER," Alias "LOCH FERGUS." Bay, foaled June 1874, Sire Grand Duke (366) CS.B, Dam, Mary of Drum- flower, by Loch Fergus Champion (449), Fiist at Stanraer, and FiiNt at Great Union Show at Dumfries. Grand Duke (366) Bred by Lawrence Drew E-q,, of Merry ton, got by Sir Walter Scott (797), his Dam by Lothian Tarn (500). Giand Duke travelled Alloa District in 1871, Haddington 1872, and Stanraer 1873. The above Horse will travel through Tamahere and the Hamilton District under charge of Mr Thomas Dinsdale. " STAR AND GARTER." Brown, purchased ftom David Riddell, Esq., Black Hall, Paisley. Sire, Royal Prince (732), C.5.8., who gamed Fust Prize at Glasgow as a Tin ec- Year Old ; Second Prize at the Highland Society's Show ; also £100 piemiiun from the Linlithgow Society. Royal Prince (732), C.5.8., is by Princo of Wales (6-73) C.5.8., the pioperty of L. Dicav, Esq., Merry ton. Star and Garter's Dam was by Black Punce (52) C.5.8., who took the First Premium at the Highland Society's Show, Perth, and First Piemium at the Linlithgow Society's Show. The above Hor&e will travel through Pukerimu, Rangiaohia, Kihikihi, and Te Awamutu, in charge of Mr John Sutherland. "BLAIR ATHOLE." Bay, purchased from Lord Diuimore. Sire, Lord Clyde (482) Clydesdale Stud- book. Blair Athole won in 1878, when a Yearling, First Prizes at Ayr, at Stirling, and at the Highland Society's Show at Dumfries ; also as a Two-year-old in 1879, Third Prizes at Ayr and a Glasgow ; First at Stirling, and Fourth at the London International Meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society of England at Kilburn. "DARNLEY." Bay, foaled Ist May, 1879, got by Darn- ley (No. 222), Clydesdale Hud-bcok. Dam, The Countess by Knockdon (441), ClydesSale Stud-book, who gained the Auehterarder Premium. He was got by Campsiejllfl), who was a Highland So. ciety's winner at Kelso, and many other premiums. Darnley (222) is by Con- queror (119), Dam, Peirgy, by Samson alias Logairs Tom (741). He won Second prize at the Highland Society's Show at Stirling in 1873. The Pre- miums of the Glasgow Agricultural So- ciety in 1876 and 1877, First Prize at the Highland "ociety's < Show at Edin. burgh in 1877 ;■ and' the Champion Cup at the Highland and Agricultural So- ciety's Show at Dumfries 1878, and many other prizes since, &c, &c. Tho above two will Stand at Fen Court. TERMS ; Loch Fergus and Stau and GtAetee. — Singk Mares, 4 guineas each, two or more as per agreement Blair Athole .and Darnley.— Single Mares 6 guineas, two or more Mares, as per agreement. Any further particulars can be obtained from Me Thomas Dinsdale. MACLEAN & CO. Fen Court, 12th September, 1881. For Sale, A FIRST-CLASS FARM, of 400 acres ; JLJL about 200 acres in grass; 100 acres in virgin forest ; comfortable dwelling, and near to a school. The advertiser can confidently recommend chip to any in- dustrious family.— Apply to ' ' . W. BTEELE, Hamilton,