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" Stud, » Studj f-pO STA.¥ID THrS SEABON at Owner's ( J_ Livery Stables, aud travel the TO TRA.VEL THIS SEA SON, District,— I 1N THE THE PUREBRED ENTIRE PONY, RABAU METHV EN & ASHBURTON Aladdm. districts. By Prince Chnrming, imported from THE T HO ROUGHBKI3D STMLION, England, out of Polly, imported from Wanganui by Mr J.Pago. i IiIV6rPDO), ALLADDIN took first priznn 1887 a ""- 1 - v -r-jfcww > Ohristchurch f how for best pouy, and ? r8 o]A by ng 0 £ oiubs, dara Iddlia private prize for best pony by Prince J Charming ; also first prize at Uangiora m Terms, £3 3s SoAßon ; groomage fee, 5a 1887, thf. only three times he was shown; — — He is 4 years old, n rich roan, eiands 13 LIVERPOOL will bo at Ecott'a Stables, bands high, and bred by that woll-lcnown ABhburton, on WEDNEbDAY Nights. breeder, C. Dampisr-Croesloyi Esq., Rangi>ra F° r further particulars app'y to For teiirs find particular?, ripply V/ILLIA.M KEKR, O. F SWTf, 10*20 Pro>jii;tor. t:oulh Kakfcia. \ Proprietor, " r ~” 10^131 Livery Stabes Aehhurton. _rfgl& rs^O STAND THIS SEASON AT TO STAND TBI3 SEASON. f METHVEN, and will travel the THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION Ashbnrton, Chertaey, and Rakaia Dlatrlctß . , THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION ByKldg of (Tub*, dam Cbarm, both HUlUlingtOn. Imported. "WIZARD Ib half brother to F or Pedigree Bee Oarda, Spade Gulce* and Stonyhurat, and full . brother to Charmer, and waa bred by the Tkbms : For Season, £2 10a ; payable Middle Park Stud Company. He Is a by promlaEory note, dno the Ist January, beantiful whole-colored ohefstnnt, and igß9. Guarantea, £3 10a, payable Ist ohowß grand power and quality. j u l yj lg89 ; Groomage, 63, ettlotly For fall particulars apply to Groo payable at time of first service. For two oharge, Somerset Stables. mm 0P mo re mares, the properly of one owner, Or O. K EARNS, allowance will be made. Any mare sold Proprietor, or exchanging haodß to be paid for. 10 71 Aehbnrton. Paddocking, 2a per week. Every oare A^nia^^^^f For farther particulars apply at Methven SBE^SwSr^» • Livery Stables, ot to the Proprietor. G. H. ALLISON, f -T-b^JU^fofr*. 9*169 Methven. TO TRAVEL THIS SB & SON, IN THE TO TRAVEL THE LONGBBAOH AN! METHVEN AND LAURISTON ASEBURTON DISTRICTS; TELE OLYDESDAL^ ENTIRE, QIIRmIpI^. Diplomacy. S^^EBred by John Grigg, Esq., of Long- r^ Clydeßdale Entire, beach. Diplomacy's eire ia Lord Beacons- .^ _ _ . field, dam Pleasant by Prince Charlie. X OUllg Mai OY. Terms : £3 season, guarantee, £4 10s ; *~^ ** gtoomage fee, 5s ; payable first service. YQXjm MA JOR ; 8 by M • who wa To 6ona owners of 5 mares a liberal d TasmaDia rom J England b allowance given ;if 6 mares 1 ollorod P Kermode, Fsq. He took first priz free. Marea changing hands to be patd R , Societ^ 8 Fhow m Eng f and for as aeaßon mares. d } firat izea . Q Taemania . For further particularß applj Groom m youNG M y AJO B was bred by Mr Jame Aarge, or MhTCENDRY Stark ' his dara being Smiler » im Porte .««« DENNIb MOK.r^i)KY, f Tasmania, where she was a fin W^t Proprietor, Oaimbrae. an J d her progeny game Tebms : Season, £2 ; guarantee, £3 10 DCy^ls^r groomage lee sp, payable at first service. TO TRAVEL THE WHEATSTONE, OHA ™ DA SI WATEBTON, WILLOWBY, WAKA-. 9UI Waterton ' NUI, ABHTON, AND TINWALD jtine^ The pure-bred Entire Colt, rHK^lOvflft v anQ uisjjLGr» ia «• T «m, ff v'nni.w TO TRAVEL TBTS SEASON 4 yeaTß old Sire, Young Vanquißner (imp), dam, Tibbie, by Prince Royal. *» t== v v> MAYFIELD, MOUNT SOMERP, AN For full pedigree and particulars of prizes ALFOiID FORfibT DISTRICTS. ***"•"" B ee cards. •— — The pure-bred Clydesdale Entire, Tebms : Season, £3 ; payable Ist Jan. , _ - 1889. Guaiaotee, £5 ; payable Ist Sept, AUCillllOrej 1889. Groomage fee, 5a „„,,. JOHN hMALL, 3 years o!d, bred by Alex. Campbell, 10*19 Proprietor, Wheatstone. Taieri, fm?RT^Y V a E nd Br ? BrWUNDING W Bis ™is tnaTTalebrated Stellfo OHEBTSEY and S[_RBOUISDIW« DlB- Lord KalißburVj i mpO rted from Scotlan IKIUJ.O, for is qq gu i Deaß> His dam Jesa, bn JMa by the late John Niirimo, Taieri, from 1 TJp|j|Sj!J»k imported mare. Auchmore took secoi I prize as a 2-year-old m 1886 at Dnned fe - r-=^ Show. , THE PH BEBBED CLYDESDALE , 0 T Q EBMS : Season, £3 payable let Januar j xan *- « ESTIBE 1889; guarantee, £4 4s ; groomage fe —^ 5b ; payable first Bervice. Three or foi V^OHQTIGI'OI'* mares as per arrangement. He is by Lord s"Zbury (imp.) dam GIDEON SCOTT Scotch Annie (imp.) 10 * 24 Proprietor. For full pedigree and prize list see _j^SSL Termß : Season, £3 ; guarantee, £4 4s, *T\rf single mares ; or two mares or more £4 «*^flS&joHW£3Mbi»* each; groomage, 63. For other terms WAim m O ™ fiß , Afift v, M>ply to groom m charge, or T0 SIAND THE SEASON THOMAS LANGLEY, at 10*62 Proprietor, Pro more. GROVE FARM, TINWALD, & < s§^l* THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE, SPI Perkin Warbeck II Y^Tb mm linn 1 1 r By Perkin Warbeck (imp), dam Miss Ka IHB AMERICAN TROTTING HORSE Q m V)i tfa e dam ot Antelope and BlaCklOOd Abllallall, For full Pedigr^' see Oardß. WILL Stand this Season at Owner's PERKIN WABBECK 11. has splend Stable, and travel the Ashburton ac tion, possesses great strength, ia 1 County. Tebms : Season, £3 10a ; handsome as they are made, and is guarantee, £5 5* ; groomage fee, sa. h orße calculated to throw a most vaiuab rvnv rnvm^nATT? -pNTTFiir pott class of racing or other stock. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE COLT An examination of his Pedigree wi rT/vTytiini'vr'a TPcin^XT show that ho possesses a double strain < «JU J.LLII2Y &JJ dll^, the celebrated Adventurer blood, and Bred by Mk James Gow, of Talori, by on© of the very best bred animals m tl Lord Salisbury dam fally 2nd, will Southern Hemisphere. The sons of Ne\ Stand this Season at Owner's Stable, minster have, as a family, bee a mo; Lyndhurßt, and travel tbe Methven and successful at the Stud than any family 1 Alford Forest District, Tebms : Season modern days, and with the exception £3 ; guarantee, £4 4a ; groomage fee, 6a. Hermit, who is now standing m Englar For further particulars apply to groom a* 20 ° guineas, Adventurer, the grandsi r oharge, or °f Perkin Warbeck 11. has produced tl ' MAX. FRIEDLANDER, most winners of them all. Proprietor. For further particulars appljr, V flO STAND THIS SEASON, EDWARD GATES, '»[ at 9*157 Grove Farm, Tinwald. OWNER'S FARM, __ WINCHMORE ROAD. Cfes*i>»>*dM&i THE THOROUGHBRED ENTIRE f^V^W' AtillGtC rpO STAND TBIB SEASON, 1 X Netherby Farm, ABhburton, an Bred by Mb Sibbald, of Burke'a Pass, travel the District, th»; Thorongbbre ATHLETE I« a beautiful brown, and Stallion stands 15 hands 3 inches high. He is by .TnllTinir F l fmlL"nPi t Detractor, dam Promised Land. De- OOlllXny X) HIUKUUr tractor Is by the celebrated Tradacer, Promised Land by The Peer. For ex- Pedigree : By St, Albans, out of Im tended pedigree ace N Z Stud Book. ?udence, by Peter Wllkins, out of Prt Alao tbe well bred Entire Pony jence, by Jersey, out of BUok Sail, b BlflCk l^rillCß Vanderer, oat of Fairy (imp), by Mr Morrow's well-kno-wn Pony. Terms : £10 10a for thorough) ie 'Good paddocks for mares if required. 5?« eB J * 5 5 » !o * half-bred mart. For Particulars aod terms apply Sroomage fee, sa. OOTAVIUS DIGBY,^ Thoroughbred staUioß--10 70 Winohmore Road, ROUSGr, GTTT mAYLOR O f\Q B 7 Messenger, out of Kate O'Sbane, W mAYLOB jL m, Will stand at Netherby Farm, and trav< « *1 I « T j j\ . . the dißtrlots of General Auctioneers, Land and Estate ABnbutton Me*hven, Wakanal, Cherfcsei n/v n„. o A B entß « Rakaia, and Winslow. 20, Collins Street, West, Melbourne, Are prepared to undertake Sales of Free- Terms, £3 10a ; guarantee, £5 sa. hold Property, b" oueehold Furniture, Mer- Season, Ist January, 1889. chandise, etc. Liberal advances made on Guarantee, Ist July, 1889. goods for unreserved sale. Monthly lists — — of Property for sale, or to let, issued free. 9ood English grass paddockß* at 2s pi Loans negotiated, absentees represented, $ EVery oare but no responsibility Insurances effected, charges moderate, . — — • ettlemeuta prompt, Land Bales coa- j L. BIARKBY, N»«i _.... 7 iOQ

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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