WANTED MAKUBE, T^TANTED to parchaßO about half a V'V d. zm loada of well-rotted stable tn i'-nrp p ly *' Mail " Office, 9^153 0 MEMBERS OP THE~A8"BB011T6n CYCLING OLDB ALL rntrtnoo feos must be In tho hands of th« Secretary on MONDAY for the sarfea of Rood Races, v'z, five, toD, and twonty five miles. 9 156 HJ. WOOD & 00. BlationarS • Hall, are Se'ling O£E uOOKi STATIONERY, and FANCY GOODS at about 00S1 PltlCE for GASH ONLY t "Tbe Meßßlah." new edition, full vocal 3coro, pr'ce, le 6d. Rale for ONE MONTH. Oome and see. 8 204 WEbTERFIELD FLOUR MILLS, VjIABMEBB and other Settlers m the V Athburton Distrlot are informed that the above MHI3 are now prepared to io bristiog m any quantity at lowest rates, and having a firat-class m Her engaged, satisfaction ear be guaranteed. Graii for gristing can be left it my chop m Tancred itreet. G. J. F. LUBLOW, r+99 Proprietor NOTICE TO OWNRRS OF STUD HORSES. HORSE CARDS printed at " Mall " and ''Guardian" Office with Neatness and Despatch, and at Moderate DbaTges. TO Stand at Owner's Farm, and travel the W akanui, Waterton, Flemington, j Willowby and Ashburton Forks districts. The Pure -bred Em ire Clydesdale Kelviu. Kelvin is a bay horse by Prince Royal [impo'ted from Victoria), dam Bess, by Napoleon, i-nponed by the late John Nimmo . sq., to Otago. Terms— Season £?, ios ; Gjarantee £4 4«' Gro image fee ss, payable first service. For further particulars and c irds, — Apply JOHN GILMOUR, Jio Proprietor, Elgin, TO TRAVEL the WAKANUI, NEWLANDS, WILLOWBY, WATERTON, FLKMINGTON, HINDS AUD MAYFIELD DISI RIOTS. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE wn iii;i(nvMii;i 11, Young Betoonerleld io a dark bay hotse with black points, five years old, by L">rd Beaoonsfield. Dam by Old M»jor (Irnporleia), bred by F. H. Brlttan Jfieq , of Avonalde. Termi : Gnarantep, £3 ; eobsod, £2, Payable l«t Junoaty, 1890; groomage, Es. Fot farther partioulara apply to H. GRAYBDRN 9ti52 Proprietor, Wioslow. TO bTAND THIS BE ABO mHE THOROUGHBRED 6TALLION Wizard, By King of Clubs, dam Charm, both imparted. Th? Proprietor begs to thank the public fot their patronage m p.iafc ssa cms, and trusts that the came will bo continue J m the corui g one, Qocd paddockiag provided for marcs from a distanoa. For full par icclare op.-ly to owner m charge, Somerett Stables JAMES HBAJJSY, Proprietor, Of ISO Aflhburtoa. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON IN THE ABHBURTON, BEAFIBLD, ALFORD FOREST AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS riIHE Prre-bred Olydeadalq Entire Atichmore i years old, bred by Alex Campbell, faieri. His cite 1b that celebrated Stallion, Lord Salisbury imported from Scotland, for 1600 guineas > His dam J&jb, bred by the late John Nimmo, Taieri, from an imported mare. Anohmore took second prize ss a 2 year old iv 1886 at Dunedin Show. Terms: Sea'on, £2 payable lat January 1890 : guarantee, £8 10a ; groomage fee, 6a ; payable first service. Tbree 01 four Mares as per arrangement, DENNIS BARRY oflßs Groom m charge^ TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON, IN THE METHVEtf AND LADRJSTON DISTRICTS, THE OLYDE3DALE ENTIRE, Diplomacy. Bred by John Grlgg, Esq , of Longboa oh, Dlplomsoy'o elre ia Lord Beaconsfield, dam Pleasant by Prince Charlie. Terms : £3 season, guarantee, £4 10a ; groomage fee, §j 5 payable first isrvioe. To bona fide owners of 5 mares, » llbeial allowance given; If 6 marea 1 showed free, M««° changlog handa to ba paid lot as season mates. For further particulars app'y Groom m charge, or DENNIS KcKBNDRY, 9§133 Prop^ibtor, Oalifnbr»e, THE BIAS 0^ TH« :-; TEBTTROTTING HOSSES IN HEW ZEALAND; Bladwood Abdallsli WILL Stand this Season at Owner'n ßtablt and travel tho Aehburtoa County Teems— Season, £3 10i ; guarantee, £6 6s j groomaga ice, 6b. THE OLYDESDALIfi ENTIIiE HORBE Johnny's Fancy Bred by Mr James Gcw, of Taieri, by Lor< Baliabary, dam Sally 2nd, will stand thii Season at Owner's Stable, Kolmar Farm Lyndhursti Terms-~-Season £$ j guarantee £4 4s. 1 For further particulars apply to Manager 0 Farm, or MAX FBIEDLANDES, Prop»i«tojf,
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