1 TO TRA.VEL THE ASHBURTON AND j ' SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. mHE CARRIAGE HORSE | Hercules. HEROULTCS ia a b?autifn\ fiark chestnut, 4 yens old, Htr.nding 1(! hands lin liig-i, with itnmeore bono and aabstauce, and possesses a capital temp r. At the Ash burton Show, aa a two yea- oil, Hercnle? took iirsfc priz?, also arpocial p:ize, a the boat h'»rse lite ly tj produca weightcarrying lucks iind hnntarß. HERCULES 1 sire. Digby Grand, dam Picnic ; Picnic by Tug Uhief , dam Mau^e , Toe Chief by Towton, dam Qaoan of the South ; Maude by Prickwillow, dam a Bio 3d Royal mare. Terms : Season, £2 2a ; payable Ist J vnuary 1890 ; gabranteo, £3 3s- Groomago fee, 6s, payable first forvico. For further particular j apply to CHRIS. HARROLD, Or J. J. DAWSON, 9f170 Walerioa. TO TRAVEL THE WAKANUI.TJHJSttTSEY AMD SORROUNDING DISTRICTS. TH B PURE- BRED CLYDESDALE ENTIRE Conqueror, He ia by Lord PaUabury (imp.) dam Scotch Annia (imp.) For fall pedigree and priza liat see cards. Terms. Season £3 , guarantee &i 4a single mares ; or two mqres or more, £4 each \ groomage, 6s. For other terms apply t« groom m charge or IHOMAP LANG LEY, 9f161 Proprietor, Dromora. TO IRAV&L tub WAKANBI, NEWLANDS, WILLOWBY, WATERTON, FLEMINGTON, JJIND3 AND MAYFIBLD DISTRICTS. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE HORSE TOm HAfflfflffll Young Beacomfield is a dark bay horse with black pointe, fire years old, by Lard Beaoonefield. Dam by Old M»jot (Imported), bred by F. H. Brittan iSeq , of Avonnlde, Terms : Gnarantee, £3 ; season, £2, "ayable lit Janaarp, 1890; groom»ge, Eb. Foi farther particulars apply to H. GRAYBDPN 9t152 Pfoprietor. W/nalow. TO Stand at Owner's Farm, and travel the Wakanui, Waterton, FJemington, 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, imporced by the late John Nimmo i sq,, to Otago. Terms — Season £2 10s ; Guarantee £$ 4s. Groomage fee ss, payable firs service. For further particulars and cirds, — Apply JOHN GILMOUR, j*Q Proprietor, Elgin, TO STAND THid SEABON. mHE THOROUGHBRED bTALLION Wizard, By King of Clubs, dam Charm, both imported. Thq Proprietor bega to thank the public for their patronage m past seasons, and trusts that the same will be continue i m the coari g one. Gocd paddocking provided for mares from a diitancs. For full par ionlara ap^ly to owner m charge, Somerset Stables. JAMES HE A LEY, «! „« Proprietor, 9f^o Asbburton. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON IN THE ASHBURTON, fIEAFIELD, ALFOFD REST AKD SURROUNDING DISTRICTS fX^HE Prre-bied Clydesdale Entire Anchmore 4 years old.bred by Alex Campbell, laic:!, His eire is that celebrated Stallion, Lord Salisbury, imported from t cot land, for 1600 guineas. His dam Jens, bred by the late John Nimmo, Taieri, from an imported mare. Anchmore took second prize ss a 2 year old m 1886 at Dunedin Show. Tbrms: Sea on, £2 payable lat January 1890 : guarantee, £3 10s ; groomage fee, 6s ; payable first service. Three 01 four marcs as per arr&Lgemo-t, 2>ENNIS BARRY Of 18 Groom m charge. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON, IN THE METfIVEN AND LAURISTON DISTRICTS, THE OMDESDALE ENTIRE, Diplomacy. Bred by John Grlgg, Esq., of Longbeaoh. Diplomacy's sire is Lord Bohcodbfield, dam Ploaaant by Prince Oh^rlle. Terms : £3 se»Bon, gaarantee, £4 10s \ grcomage feej ss ; pnyablo first eeryiee. To boiut fid? owners of Cj mareo, » liberal allow abqe glyen ; If 6 mares 1 allowed^ free. Mares changing handl to be paid for SB season mure*. For farther pßrtJcu!»rs apply Groom In ob»rge, or DRKNTS M«KBNDRY, 9§133 Proprietor, Oalrnbr»e, THE SIRE OF THE FABTEST TROTTING HORSES IN NEW ZEALAND; Blackwood Abdallab WILL Stand this Bona:n at Ownor'a Sti\blo and travel tho Aehburton Oonnty. Tkhms— Seaßon, £3 10^; guarantee, j^6 6a; groom^ga i^e, 64 " THE OIiYPESDAIjIfi ENTIRE HORSE Johnny's Fancy Bred by Mr Jameß Gow, of Taieri, by Lord Saliflbary, dam Sally 2nd, will etand thiß Season at Owner's Stable, Eolmar Farm, Lyndhnrst. Terma— •SeaeQH $8 ; guarantee, "• W>t particulars apply to Manager of ¥afm, or MAS rfiIEDLANDER, Proprietor, f Ajhbortoo.
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