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TheStndt^' mo STAND THIS SEASON; at Messrs Matsonv Cox,’ and Co.’a Premises, West street, Ashburton, the ■ IMPORTED AMERICAN TROTTING STALLION, , r f/ Oakgrove. ‘ OAKGROYE is a bay horse, with black points, rising five years, by Irvington out of Lady Venture, by Belniont. Irvington by Rysdyk’s Hambletonian out of Xmo- , gene, by Seely’s American Star, Rysdyk’s Hambletonian was one • of thp best horses that ever stood in Amei;iea> bis service being 500 dollars. "" Terms—-£7 7s for one mare, £6 6s each for two mares, £5 5s each for three or more mares ; payable by acceptance, due on January Ist, 1883. Groomage fee of 5s per mare, payable on firlst service. For farther particulars apply on the premises. MATSON, COX, & 00. That unequalled and favorite THOROUGHBRED SIRE Tribune,/ / By “ Traducer,” dam “ Aziicena,” Will Travel his accustomed route j;his Season. ' ... The excellence of “ Tribune’s " 'stock induced Mr Herring to purchase him for the Alford Estate Company*-Well-sheltered Paddocks, with; abundance of Grass and Water, will set apart for Brood Mares during the .season. For terms, etc., apply at Muir’s Repository, or Groom in Charge. .Alford, Oct. 4, 1882. • ■ ! : -' rj o 5 THE PURE-BEED CLYDESDALE ENTIRE Strathmore, ; Will Travel this Season in the ASHBURTON, And Surrounding Districts. : y ‘ For particulars see Cards. R. EDGWORTH, Owner. Ashburton, Oct. 5,1882. 5o

mHE DRAUGHT. STALLION 1 Drayman > Will shortly arrive in Ashburton, ‘and will Travel North and South of Ashburton and Ashburton Forks. ... Drayman will be at M‘Rae’s Stables every Saturday. . :'2 “ Drayman ” is a dapple brown, rising six years, has heavy bone, and is active. His sire was “Young Prince of Wales,’ and is owned by S. B. Sutton. For in* formation and particulars apply to a GILBERT EGOLESS 02 In charge. O STAND THIS SEASON, 1«82 T The pure Clydesdale Siaßionj > Dundee (46). r ! Dundee is a beautiful bay, 6 years old; bred by Mr Robert Wilkin, Christchurch. Sire Prince Charlie (4) (imported); dam I Charlotte, by Lord Haddo (imported) ; 2nd dam Bess, by Cromwell (imported). Dundee will stand at Maronan Station, g and travel between Maronan and■ Grove 1 Farm and surroundidg districts.. , ; i Terms— £3 5s each ; guaranteed, £4 4s. ■ Groomage Fee, sa. .1 ; Every care taken, but no responsibility. . The above figures refer to Dradght Stud Book for New Zealand. t .Jl WILKIN & CARTER, . 120 Grove Farm, Tinwalf|. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASQN IN J ASHBURTON ~j And surrounding District, ■ THE CLYDESDALE HORSE Pretend 6r c ci i Pedigree : Pretender is a dark bay with black - points, rising eight years old, with good bone and substance; stands 16£ btthds 1 high; splendid temper, good action, Uuid. a 1 quiet worker. . 1 Pretender is by Prince Charlie ' {im--5 ported from Scotland by Mr W. Boag), 1 out of Maggie by King Fergus (imported 5 from Scotland by Mr David Iniies). 1 Maggie’s dam imported from Tasmania; 1 Pretender gained second prize in the 1 Northern Show as a two-year-old in 1876. He also to&k second prize in 1878. Terms—£2, payable on Ist January, 1883, and 5s groomage. Groomage fee payable on first service. Will be in Ashburton every . SATURDAY. WM. H. JOHNS, ' 4o Trevorton. rpO STAND THIS SEASON—IBB2 THE CLYDESDALE STALLION BONNY SCOTLAND. BONNY SCOTLAND is a dark brotfn, rising five years old, stands hands, with good bone and substance ; splendid temper, good action, and very quiet. Bred by Thomas Pashby, Esq., KaiapoL Sire —Sir Walter Scott (imported), dam Bonny by Sir Colin Campbell. Bonny Scotland will Travel the Waterton, Wakanui, and Ashburton Fojrks districts. Terms for Season, £3 3s. Groomage fee, ss. Every care taken, but no responsibility. For further particulars, apply to the., s 23 GROJM IN CHARGE. JgOXING! BOXING!.' BOXING 111 DAN LEA, Champion Light Weight of New Zealand, and ex Champion of England, has commenced giving Lessons I in the Noble Art of Self Defence, in Mr Hill’s Sample Rooms, back of Somerset Hotel every TUESDAY and FRIDAY Nights, from 7.30 to 10 o’clock, for Pupils only. Private Class Lessons, £1 per month. N.B.—The rooms will be thrown open every SATURDAY Night, for Public BOXING, under the superintendence of Dan himself. All written communications to be addressed to Somerset Hotel. 9o

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 790, 11 November 1882

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 790, 11 November 1882

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