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Stud ___ TO TJMVEL TMS SEASON, IN THE RAKAU, METHVEN & A3HBURTON DISTRICTS. THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION, Liverpool, 7 years old, by King of Clubs, dam Idalia Terms, £3 3s Season ; groomage fee, 5a LIVERPOOL will bo at Sooti'a Stnblea, Ashburton, on WEDNEbDAY Nights. For furthfr particulars npp'y to WILLIAM KBRR, 10*20 Prof ric- tor, South Rak&ia. f*\O STAND TaiS SEASON AT I METHViDN, and will travdl the Ashbnrton, Ohertsey, and Eakala Dietrlote THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION Hunnington For Pedigree see Cards. Terms : For Season, £2 10a ; payable by promissory note, doe the let January, 1889. Guarantea, £3 10b, payable Ist July, 1889 ; Groomage, 53, striotly payable at lime of f.rst aervloe. For two or more mares, the properly of one owner, allowance will be made. Any mare sold or ezoh&nging bands to be paid for. Paddooklng, 2a per week. Every care bat no responsibility, For farther particulars apply atMethven Livery Stables, or to the Proprietor. G. H. ALLISON, 9*169 Methven. TO TRAVEL THE LONGBEAOH AND ASEBURTON DISTRICTS. The Clydesdale Entire, Young Major. YOUKG MAJOR is by Major, who wae imported to Tasmania from England by R. Q Kemaodo, Ksq. He took first prize at the Royal Society's m England, and also many first prizes m Tasmania. YOUNG MAJOR was bred by Mr James Stark, his dam being Smiler, imported from Tasmania, where she was a first prize-taker, and her progeny gained many awards. Tebms : Season, £2 ; guarantee, £3 10s; groomage fee ss, payable at first service. CHARLES DAWSON, 9*141 Waterton. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON IN THE MAYFIBLD, MOUNT SOMERS, AND ALFORD FOREBT DISTRICTS. 4 The pure-bred Clydesdale Entire, Auchmore, 3 yearß old, bred by Atex. Campbell, Taieri, His Bi're is that celebrated Bullion, Lord Palisbury, imported from Scotland, for 1500 guineas. His dam Jess, bred by the late John Nimmo, Taieri, from an imported mare. Auohmore took second prize as a 2-year-old m 1886 at Dnnedin Show. Tjbbms : Season, £3 payable Ist January, 1889; guarantee, £4 4a ; greomage fee, 5b ; payable first service, Three or four mares as per arrangement. , b , GIDEON SCOTT. 10*24 Proprietor. TO STAND THE SEASON AT GROVE FARM, TINWALD, THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE, Perkin Warbeck 11. By Perkin Warbeck (imp), dam Miss Kate (Imp), the dam of Antelope and Sultan. For full Pedigree see Cards, PERKIN WARBECK 11. haa splendid action, possesses great atrength, is as handsome as they are made, and is a horse calculated to throw a moat va;uable class of racing or other stock . An examination of bis Pedigree will show that he possesses a double strain of the celebrated Adventurer blood, and is one of the very best bred animals m the Southern Hemisphere. The sons of New- | minster have, as a family, been more successful at the Stud than any family of modern days, and with the exception of Hermit, who is now standing m England at 200 guineas, Adventurer, the grandsire of Perkin Warbeck 11. has produced the most winners of them all. For further particulars apply, EDWARD GATES, 9*157 Grove Farm, Tinwald. TO STAND THIB SEASON, at Netherby Farm, Ashbnrton, and travel the District, the Thoroughbred Stallion Johnny Faulkner. Pedigree : By St. Albans, out of Imoudence, by Peter Wilklnu, out of ProJenoe, by Jersey, oat of Black Sail, by Vanderer, oat of Fairy (imp), Terma: £10 10s for thoroughbred mares; £5 5s for half-bred mares Groomage fee, ss. Also, the Thoroughbred Stallion Kouser, By Messenger, out of Kate O'Sbane, i Will stand at Netherby Farm, and travel | the districts of Ashburton, Methven, Wnkannl, Chertsejr Rakaia, and Wlnslow. Terms, £3 10s ; guarantee, £5 ss. Season, Ist January, 1889. Guaraateo, Ist July, 1889. Hood English grass paddocks at 2s per 6 Everygotre but no responsibility. ~ MARKET. '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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