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ffITTTE HAVE FOR BAJLiUSCBUSuED MOUSE FEED > VEKY OHFA?, 8f134 FRIEOLAI"DT.S BROS. J | EOJULTUING WOItTH RIFADIN.}. ;[ h arr ~m ayo Wnhoa to inform hig v.any friends anc t ;o i'lH-lic geuera!?y that ho has bougb tha Bueiueßs m East Btroot, lately cirriec on by Prolossor RoDottom, and iB maki_! important HJtoratious. H.M. intends to keep a fiist-clasi Hairdresser m (he li airdrcsein j Depart ment, and trusts that all his iriends anc _ the Public generally will give him theii patronage. TOBACCO, eiolfifc-, PIPES, And all other Smokora' Requisites of th< best quality always on ha_d. —PPIOTOGRAPB Y. — B.M, having engaged a first-olasi artist from Christchurcu f >r the Stud;o k now prepared to take pjrtr.ita aod view,! m town or country, cheaper than ever before known. Note the Address— i iiA_tt;y MAYO'S > Photographing, Tobacconist, and Hairdressing Establishment EAaT STREET, ASHBORTON. 9*78 '"PO Stand at Owner's farm, and travel the „,.,, Wakanui, Waterton, Flemington. Willowby and Ashburton Forks districts. The Pure -bred Entire Clydesdale Kelvin. Kelvin is a bay horse by Prince Royal (impoited from Victoria), dam Bess, by -Napoleon, imported by the late John NIMMO i sq., to Otago. 'terms— Season £2 ios ; Guarantee 48. Groomage fee ss, payable firstservice. For further particulars and cards,— Apply . JOHN GILMOUR, + 1 ? troprietor, Elgin, TO STAND THI3 SEASON. mHE THOROUGHBRED fcTALLIOH < Wizard, By Kiog of Clnbs, dam Charm, botb imported. The Proprietor begs to thank the publio for their patronage m past seasons, and trußts that the same will ba oontinuei m the ooaai- g one. ° Good paddocking provided for mares from a dutano.. For full pariicolars ap .-ly to owner m charge, Somerset Stables JAMES HEAUEY, Proprietor, 9flßo Ashbnrton. TO TRAVEL THIS IN THE ASHBURTON, SEAFIELD, ALFORD FOREST and SURROUNDING DISTRICTS fTTHE Prre-bied Clydesdale Entire Awlimore 4 jeura old, bred by Ales Campbell, Taie i. His eiro is that c--lebratcd Stallion, Lord Salisbury Imported from "colAand, for 1500 gninens His dam Jcds, bred b 7 tbe late John Nimnio, Taieri, fro__ an imported mare, Anchmore look second prize r.B a 2 year old m 188tJ at Dunedin Shew. Terms: Sea on, £2 piyabVi Ist January i 890; guarantee, £3 lOa; groomage fee, 6s; payable first service. Three oi four mares as perarrahgooiett. DENNIS BARRY 9f 135 Groom m charge. TO TRAV&L THIS SEASON, IN THE METfI YEN AND LAURISTON DISTRICTS, TBE GLIDE. DALE ENTIRE, . Diplomacy, Bred by John Grigg, Esq , of Longbeach, Diplomacy's eiro ia Lord Beacons* field, dam Pleasant by Prince Oharlle. Terma : £3 seaaon, guarautoe, £4 10a j grcom.ge fee, 5. * payable fifrst s.tvioe. To bona fide owners of 5 mare*, a liberai allowance given ; if 6 mures 1 allowed free. Mares changing hands to be paid for as season mare?. For further particulars app'y Groom In oharge, or DENNIS McKENDRY, 9§133 Proprietor, Oairnbr.e, THE SIRE OF THE FASTEST TROTTING HOUSES IN NEW ZEALAND; Blackwood Abdallaii WILL Stand this Seas n at Owner's Stable and travel the Asbburton Oonnty. Tebms— Season, £3 10. ; guarantee, £5 63* groomagj tec, ss. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE Johnny's Fancy Bred by Mr James Gow, of Taiejr", by Lord Salisbury, dam Sally 2nd, w'U stand thiß Soaßon at Owner's Stable, S-olmar Farm, | Lyndhurst. Terms— Season £3 : guarantee. ! £4 4a. For further particulars apply to Manager of Farm, or * MAX FRIEDLANDER, Proprietor, 9J90 Aahbarton. TO TR-VEL ASHBURTON AND — SURROUNDING DISTRIOTS, The Clydeedale Young Major. YOONG MAJOR is by M jor, who waa imported to Tnsmania from England by R. Q. Karmodo, Esq.. H j took first priza at tho Royal ckciett's tho;? m England, a_d also many firßfc prizes m T smanio. YOUNG MAJOR was bied by Mr Jamss, Stirk, hi. dam being Smiler, imported ftom Tasmania, where eho waa a first pri_3.take_, and her progeny gained man> awards, The pr"ceq realised from tbe sb.9 of tba lowcliff H;;rs-j Stcck _ot by Ycu.g Major, -how that his orogeny are ie(;k.gned first clats by tho public; " ' I Tbbms i-~t'easou, £3 ; guarantee, £4 10.. Groomugo j'co I>s, payab'o tn. uibt Bet vice. Special terma for throu or moic mans, ALU Aw3fiß SPRING, * 9|12, Ashbtirtoa, |

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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