Business Notices. NOTICE TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. 11THEN you want any Copper, Zinc, V v Iron, or Tinware made or repaired, it will be to your interest to consult JOSEPH HYDE, Moore street, Ashburton, And he will cure all complaints cheaply. 469 a ASHBURTON HAIRCUTTING ROOMS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. MR. E. A. GARNETT begs to inform the inhabitants of Ashburton and surrounding districts that he has DISPOSED of his BUSINESS to Mr. P. CLARK, of Christchurch, and while thanking them for the liberal support accorded to him during his residence here, would solicit a continuance of the same on behalf of his successor. Referring to the above, F. CLARK hopes, by strict attention to business and moderate charges, to merit a fair share of public support. ' F. CLARK, HAIRDRESSER, TOBACCONIST, STATIONER, AND FANCY GOODS MERCHANT, Ashburton. Agent for the sale of the Ashburton Guardian and Evening Herald. 725c-920 The Stud. TO TRAVEL THE ASHBURTON DIS TRICT. THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE TRIBUNE. For Terms, &c., Apply, GROOM IN CHARGE. Sept., 1880. 2650 CARRIAGE HORSE, LIBERAL. TO RUN IN A PADDOCK WITH MARES AT GROVE FARM, LIBERAL. By Messenger, [out of a Golden Grape mare. Liberal is four years old, and proved a sure foal-getter. Apply JOHN CARTER, 2880 (Grove Farm. rnO TRAVEL THE ASHBURTON 1 DISTRICT. The Clydesdale Horse Cheviot, By The Marquis out of an imported mare. Marquis by Little John, by Cheviot out of Nancy. Nancy imported, and by the horse that stood second to Sir Walter Scott at the Royal Agricultural Show, Battersea, and bred by Mr. Kier, Stirling. Cheviot, by Royal Conqueror, out of Betty, both imported. - Royal Conqueror took first prize against two and three year old colts at Battersea, and imported to Canterbury by the Hon. W. Robinson. For terms, apply GROOM IN CHARGE. Oct. Ist., 1880. 2900 TO TRAVEL THE ASHBURTON DISTRICT, THE CLYDESDALE HORSE VISCOUNT. BY the Marquis, out of Belle ; Marquis by Little John, by Cheviot, out of | Nancy. Belle out* of by Clyde. Jessie, out of Betty, second prize mare at the Royal Agricultural Show, Battersea, and bred by M'Keir, Stirling. Cheviot by Royal Conqueror. Royal Conqueror took firsT, prize against two and three year old colts at Battersea, and imported to Canterbury by the Hon. W. Robinson. For terms, apply GROOM IN CHARGE. Alford Station, Sept. 1880. 263<J m ml NOTICE TO FARMERS AND HORSE BREEDERS. THE CLYDESDALE HORSE BONNY SCOTLAND WILL travel tho Ashburton district this season wherever inducements offer. Will stand at ANFIELD FARM, near Tinwald. For pedigree see cards. Terms £3, payable Ist January, 1881. Groomage Fee, 55., payable first service. Further particulars by 2740 W. FERGIE, in charge. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON, The well-known Clydesdale Stallion YOUNG SIR COLIN CAMPBELL. Young sir colin Campbell is a rich dark bay, with black points, stands 16 hands 3 inches high, with great substance and quality of bone, and superior action. He is rising six years old, and possesses a remarkably good temper, which has been thoroughly tested by his winter’s work on the farm of his owner. YOUNG SIR COLIN CAMPBELL is by Old Sir Colin Campbell, out of an imported mare. Young Sir Colin Campbell will travel through the districts of Chertsey, Wakanui, Rakaia, Methven, and Alford Forest. Terms L2 2s. if paid on Ist of January, 1881; if after that date, L2 10s. Groomage fee, ss. N. WELSH, Saddler, South Rakaia, 239 g Owner. TO LET for the Season, a DRAUGHT ENTIRE HORSE. Apply Alford Station. 2820
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 166, 14 October 1880
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