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Waikato Times, Volume XXI, Issue 1762, 20 October 1883, Page 4
T>ANDWICK AND QIR i^OLIN WILL STAND THIS SEASON IN WAIKATO. For pedigree and performances see cards. ROUTE.
Hamilton— Monday night, and passing through on Friday. Ohaupo— Tuesday. Mr Wm. Taylors, Te Awamutu— Tues- day night, Through Kihikihi to ßotorangi— Wednes- day. Cambridge— Thursday night. Ngaruawahia— Friday, and remainder of week. ROBERT LAMB, Proprietor.
TO STAND THIS SEASON AT GORTON, The well-known Entiie Pony, NUTMEG. Terms — Two Guineas per Mare. Graving at Is Gd per week. All care taken, but no responsibility. N. I. HUNT, Manager. Angnst22nd, 18S3.
THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE, KING QUAIL, WILL TRAVEL IN WAIKATO THIS SEASON. Pedigree of Kinff Quail,
King Quail, by Yattcndou out of Quail; Yattcndon. by Sir Hercules -- Cassandra; Sir Hercules by Cap-a-pie — Paraguay ; Cassandra by Tios-- Alice Grey. Quail, by Commissioner out of Queen of Slieba ; Commissioner by Gratis— Camilla ; Queen of Sheba by St. Giles -Queen of Beauty; Gratis by Middleton— Lamia.
KING QUAIL will travel as follows : Monday — Ragkn side of river to Mr Hodgson's, Te Roic, at noon; Finch's Alexandra Hotel, Monday night. Every alternate Monday on Ngahine- pomi side, Tuesday— To Te Awamutu, noon ; Andersons Hotel, Kihikihi, night. Wednesday— Ohaupo Hotel, noon. Cam- bridge, at Mr J. Biown's stables, Wednesday night, until Friday morning. Friday— Camp's Hotel, noon ; Hamilton, Mr Johnson's stables, for the night. Saturday— At Mr Limmer's, Whata- whata, until Monday.
Terms: Half-bied maics, £4 ss; thoroughbred mares, £5 10s. Paddock accommodation will be pro- vided. Every care taken but no respon- sibility. C. LIMMER. Whatawhata, Sept. 4th, ISB3.
TO STAND THIS SEASON IN THE WAIKATO DISTRICT, THE N.Z. Stud and Pedigree Stock Co.'s Thoroughbred Horse CAP-A-PIE, By Maribyrnong, out of Miss Magus, by Magus (imported).
Terms : 5 guineas for single mares ; 4 guineas for two or more, the property of same owner. Also, The Imported Clydesdale Stallion ELGIN. Terms : 5 guineas for single mares ; 4 guineas for two or more, the property of same owner. Also, The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
YOUNG MELBOURNE. Terms : 4 guineas for single mares ; 3 guineas for two or more, the property of same owner. ELGIN will travel the Cambridge, Te Awamutu, Ohaupo, and T.unahcre Dis- tricts. YOUNG MELBOURNE the Piako, Waitoa, Te Aroha and Matamata Dis- tricts. The days upon which they will visit the various districts will appear in a future advertisement. Cards with fuller information and pedigrees may be seen at all country hotels, or may be had on application to the Secretary, Town Office, Shortland- street, Auckland.
NOTICE. The Company offer a Prize of £10 for the best yearling colt, and JBIO for the best yearling filly sired by any of their Clydesdale stallions, to be shown and judged at the Auckland Agricultural and Pastoral Association's Show in Novem- ber, 188o k
AUCKLAND RACING CLUB. Sylvia Park Stakes, 1886: A Sweepstakes of 10 soys. each, 4 ft., or 1 soy. only if declared by 8 o'clock p.m. on the night of general entry for Summer Meeting, ISB6, with 200 soys. added by the New Zealand Stud and Pedigree Stock Company, for the produce of their sires for the season ISB3. The second horse to receive 30 soys., and the third- horse i 0 soya, from ( the stakes. For; tw'o-year.plds,: Colts,-, Bs't. 101b. ; fillies; and geldings, Bst. 71b. Distance, < 6 furlongs. Nominations, accompanied with 1 soy. (first' forfeit),, to ,be made to the Secretary of the A.R.C. by 8 o'clock, p.m. on 'first Friday following* Autumn? Summer Meeting, 1884. -', , , P. H. BOURKE, • ' : , .' Secretary. -
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