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Stud* '"pO STAND THIS SEASON at Owner's JL Livery Stables, and travel the District, — THU PUREBRED ENTIRE PONY, Aladdin. By Prince Charming, imported from England, out of Polly, imported from Wanganni by Mr J. Page. ALLADDIN took first prizsin 1887 a Chrißtchurch Show for best pony, and private prize for best pony by Prince CharmiDgj, also first prize at Rsngiora m 1887, the bnly three times he was shown; He is 4 years old, a rich roan, stands 13 hands high, and bred by that well-known breeder, 0. Dampier-Crosßley, Esq , Rangiora. For terms and particulars, apply G. F SOOTP, Proprietor, i 10^131 Li very Sab'es Aehbutton. TO STAND T.ilS ?!^\SON, HpHE THOROUGHBRED tTALLION Wizard, By King of O!ube, dam Obarm, both Imported. WIZARD la half brother to Spade Guinea and Stonyhurat, and full brother to Ohatmer, and was bred by the Middle Park Stud Company. He Is a baautlful whole-colored chestnut, and shows grand power and quality. For fall partloalarß apply to Groo oharge, Somerset Stables. m In Or 0. KGARNS, Proprietor, 10 71 Aahburton. TO TRWEL THIS SEASON, IN THE MBTHVEN AND LAURISTON DISTRICTS, THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE, Diplomacy. Bred by John Grigg, Esq., of Longbeach. Diplomacy's sire is Lord Beaconefield, dam Pleasant by Prince Charlie. Terms : £3 season, guarantee, £4 10a ; groomage fee, 5s ; payable first service. To bona fide owners of 5 mares, a liberal allowance given ; if 6 mareß 1 allowed free. Mares changing handß to be paid for as season ruerea. For further particulars applj Groom m charge, or DENNIS MoKENDRY, 10°2t Proprietor, Oairubrae. TO TRAVEL THE WHEATSTONE, WATERTON, WILLOWBY, WAKANUI, ASHTON, AND TINWALD DISTBICTS. The pure-bred Entire Colt, Vanquisher, 4 years old Sire, Young Vanquisher (imp), dam, Tibbie, by Prince Royal. For full pedigree and particulars of prizes see cards. Terms : Season, £3 ; payable Ist Jan. , 1889. Guaiaotee, £5 ; payable Ist Sept. 1889. Groomage fee, sa. JOHN SMALL, 10*19 Proprietor, Wheatstone. TO TRAVEL THE WAKANUI, CHERTSEY and SURROUNDING DIBTKICTS. . THE PU RERBTSD CLYDESDALE ENTIBE Conqueror. He is by Lord Salisbury (imp.) dam Scotch Annie (imp.) For full pedigree and prize Hat see cards. Terms : Season, £3 ; guarantee, £4 4s, single mares ; or two marea or more. £4 each ; groomage, sa. For other terms apply to groom m charge, or THOMAS LANGLEY, 10*62 Proprietor, Pro more. THE AMERICAN TROTTING HORSE Blackwcod Abdallati, i WILL Stand this Season at Owner's Stable, and travel the Ashbarton County. Terms : Season, £3 10a ; guarantee, £5 sa ; groomage fee, sb. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE COLT Johnny's Fancy, Bred by Mb James Gow, of Taieri, by Lord Salisbury, dam Sally 2nd, will Stand this Season at Owner's Stable, Lyndhurst, and travel the Methven and j Alford Forest District, Teems ; Season £3 ; guarantee, £4 4s ; groomage fee, sb. , For farther particulars apply to groom v oharge, or MAX. FRIEDLANDER, ! __ Proprietor. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT OWNER'S FARM, WINOHMORE ROAD; ■ THE THOROUGHBRED ENTIRE Athlete Bred by Mb Sibbald, of Burkes Paso. ATHLETE !> a beautiful brown, and stands 15 hands 3 Inohes high. He is by Detraotor, dam Promised Land. Detractor la by the celebrated Traducer, Promised Land by The Peer. For extended pedigree see N.Z. Stud Book. Also the well bred Entire Pony Black Prince by Mr Morrow's well-known Pony. Good paddooka for mares if required* For Particulars and terms apply OCTAVIUS DIGBY, Proprietor, 10 70 Wlnohmore Road. G. W- T iYLOB & C°" General Auctioneers, Land and Estate Agents, 20, Collins Street, West, Melbourne, Are prepared to undertake Sales of Freehold Property, Household Furniture, Merchandise, etc. Liberal advances made on goods for unreserved sale. Monthly lists of Property for sale, or to let, issued free. Loans negotiated, Absentees represented, Insurances effected, ohargea -moderate, settlements prompt, Uwi sales condwt«dt 7 IQQ *

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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