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Boarding Hon FRINGE ALBERT HOUSE. - In consequence of ini modation at the Echo Dh proprietor has ' taken 1 ALBERT BOARDING : ’ a gdod table will always 1 Is each. Good Accc 1 Boarders and Travellers, £1 per wqek, to meet the t Rooms for families. 1 Re: dress— Charles Trtjckli : Boarding House, Will theßailway Station. Y 'ICTORIAN BOAR] The undersigned has n Boarding House in Tanci and hopes, by strict atten , fort of Customers, to mer of the public patronage. Note the Addre N. D U F . VICTORIAN BOARDI 1 Adjoining Victorian ■ TANCRED. STE ‘d‘ V T&& Stud. T U D NO OWNER, having secured trustworthy GROOM, has s !■ i. -.r.i - FINISH HIS SE IN THE ASHBURTON DK Terms ; 4 guineas single more from one owner, j guaranteed, 6 guineas. Or due and paid upon service. Groom’s fee, ss. 634 c S. NOS T 0 STAND THIS SI THE PURE CLYDESDAI Buiidee ( DUNDEE is is a beaiitif old ; bred by Mr Robert \ church, cgire Prince Cl ported) ; dam Charlotte, b;

p URE IMPORTED ( STALLIOI Billy Fail Billy Fairplay, bred b; son, of Park, is a ri< vears old, stands over 17 I

L 1,600. The Gentleman gained premium ot LIOO, and th premium of LIOO, and sold, to go abroad, at a ve Billy Fairplay’s dam, a mare, was got by Cam gained the Glasgow pren in succession, also third Society at Edinburgh, anc sold to the Emperor of A high figure. Billy Fairplay will S Farm, Tinwald, and u Ashburton and surroundii Tamna X>A Aa

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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