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I IT J- WOOD & 00. Stationers * ijL' Hall, are Se'Hng OfE bOOKH STATION BUY, and FANCY GOODS at about OfS'l PRK..E for GASH ONLY* " Tie Messiah '' new edition, full vocal score,, Is GeL Sale for ONE MONTET, Oomo and flee 8 204 NOTICE TO OWNTCHS OF STDD HOUSES. HORSE C4IBDS ptintod at " Mail" and "Guardian" Offioo wilh Neatness and Despatch, and at Moderate Charge- a. TO TRAVEL THE WAKANUI, CHBRTBEY AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. TH E PURE BRED CLYDESDALE EN ITRE Conqueror. He is by Lord SaUsbury (imp.) dam Scotch Anni3 (imp,) For full pedigree and priza liat see cards. Terms : Season £3 , guarantee £4 4s single mares j or two mareß or more, £4 each ; gtoomage, ss. For other termß apply to groom m charge or THOMAB LANG LEY, 9f161 Proprietor, Dromoro. TO 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 (imported from Victoria), dam Bess, by Napoleon, imported by the late John Nimmo r sq., to Otago. Terms — Season £2 ios ; Guarantee 4s. Groomage fee ss, payable firs service. For further particulars and cirds,— Apply JOHN GILMOUR, JlO Proprietor, Elgin, TO TRAVEL the WAKANUI, NRWLANDS, WILLOWBY, WATJffiRTON, FLEMINGTON, UIND3 AND MAYFIELD DISTRIOrS, THB CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE ¥0111 IIHHIWII] 11, Yonng Beaoonefield la a dark buy horse with black points, five years old, by Lord Beaoon&field. Dam by Old M»jor (Imported), bred by F. H. Brlttan Jfisq , of Avonslde. Terms : Guarantee, £3 ; aeaaon, £2, Payable Ist January, 1890; groomage, Ea. For farther partloalara apply to H. GRAYBURN 9t152 Pfoprietor, Wloalow. TO STAND THIS SEASON; mHE THOROUGHBRED STALLION Wizard, By King of Clubs, dam Obarm, both imported. The Proprietor begs to thank the public for their patronago m past sea' on?, and trusts that the eamo will be continue J m the comi g one. Qocd paddocking provided for mares from a dictanco. For full par iculars ap ly to owner m charge, Somerset Stables JAME3 HEALEY, Proprietor, SflSO Asbbnrton. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON IN THE ASHBURTON, BEAFIELD, ALFOBD FOREST AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS rpHE Pcre-bred Clydesdale Entire Auchmore 4 yean old,bred by Alex Campbell, faieri. His eire is that, celebrated Stallion, Lord Salisbury, imported from Scotland, for 1600 guineas. His dam Jobs, bred by the late John Nimmo, Taieri, from an imported mare. Auohmore took second prize sa a % year old m 1836 at Dunedin Show. Terms: Season, £2 payable Ist January , 1800 2 guarantee, £8 10b ; groomage fee, 69 ; ' payable first service. Tbree 01 four mares aa, pet arrangement. DENNIS BARRY 9f185 Groom m charge. j TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON, IN THE MKTHVEN AND LaURISTON j DISTRICTS, \ THB CLYDESDALE ENTIRE, Diplomacy. Bred by John Grlgg, Eaqi, of Longl y beach. Diplomacy's ulre Is Lord Beaconsfield, dam Pleasant by Prince Charlie. Terms : £3 season, guarantee, £4 10s ; g groomage fee, 59 ; payable first service. To bona fide ownerß of 5 maren, » liberal ' allowance given j If 6 mares 1 allowed II free. Mares changing handa to ba, oaM n foe as eeasou mares. - B For farther particulars apply Groom In t j oh»rfce, or , f DENNIS McKBNDRY, i 3 9§133 Proprietor, Oalrnbr»e, THE SIRE OF THE FASTEST TROTTING HO2SEB IN NEW ZEALAND; Blackwood Abdallah WILL Stand this Sor.Bcn at Owner's Stable and travel the ABhburton Oonnty Terms— Season, £3 10j j guarantee, £6 63] groomaga fee, ss. THE OLYDE9DALK ENTIRE HORSE Joinery's Fancy Bred by Mr James Gow, of Tftioj}, by Lor< Salisbary, dam Sally 2nd, will etand thii •Soaaon at Owner's Stable, Kolmar Farm Lyndhurst. Terms— Season £8 ; guarantee £4 4s» For further particulars apply to Manager 0 Farm, or MAX FIUEDLANDER, Proprietor, f *P Aihbflrton,.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2233, 23 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2233, 23 September 1889

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