"VT OTICE.-^ Anyone found TressIN passing m pursuit of game or otherwise on eh» Rirersdalo Estate on and after to River dale, 24th May 76^ ... ■^^■"nu WX |tt > . IN consequence of the amount of Poach- • W going on m the Creeks on the LMmhor Estate, the above reward will fcetMud to anyone giving information that wilffead to a conviction. . From this date No One will be per mittedt© FISH m the Creeks on the Estate. DONALD McLEAN, LftgmhoT l^tAprik.^?®^—— ■— » d^>X cQ^t mad^ by person of either sex' m their own localities, at work for us. New business. All meet with wonderful success. Any one can do th^ work. Capita 1 not required. We will start you. lOutfit worth £1 mailed free. The employment is particularly apapted to the region m which this publication circulates.' Boys and girls earn nearly as much an men. Full particulars and instructions mailed free. Now is the time —don't delay, but write to us at once. Address —Stinmon and Co., Portland Maine, United States. : — TO TRAVEL THE LONGBEACH y DISTRICT, TPHE PUREBRED CLYDESDALE X STALLION Sir William Jervols (238 New Zealand Stud Book.) Sire, What's Wanted (imp.) dam Polly Wallace.—Bred by R. Charters, Esq., WHAT'S WANTED was bred by W. S Makß, Esq., Tarves, Scotland. His dam Jess was a pure Clydesdale, a great prizetaker, of immense bone and fine symmetry. His sire Lord Haddo was a very successful horse m the show ring. WHAT'S WANTED when a yearling m 1873 gained first honors at Inverary, arid the second prize at Aberdeen. A 3 years he wen the Royal Northern Society s first prize and the Auchtermuchty first prize of £55 beating a field of 173 horses. In 1876 at Stirling he was awarded the first prize of 60 guineas and m 1877 the first prize of £100 at Glasgow, m a field of 200 of the best horses m Scotland. POLLY WALLACE by Wallace (imp.) Wallace gained innumerable prizes m Victoria and was also very successful m New Zealand Show Rings. POLLY WALLACE'S dam by Emperor out of an imported mare. EMPEROR was one of the most famous Horses which ever travelled m New Zealand. His sire Napoleon (imp.) dam Nancy From the above it will be seen that SIR WILLIAM JERVOIS is one of the best bred horses m the country, being straight rom imported stock on both sides. ForlcardSf and terms apply W. D. DAWSON. Proprietor, Water'con DISTRICTS. THE CLYDESDALE ENTIRE Diplomacy, BRED by John Grigg, Esq. J ,°4 Longb^ilj < Diplomacy's sire is Lord Beaconsfield, dam Pleasant, by Prince Charlie. Termß: £3 season ; guarantee, 14 lUs, groomage fee ss, payable first service gpecialarrangettients made with tma fid* owners of three mares. Mares changing hands to be paid for as season mares. As the number of marfls for this horse is lmntcd, owners wishing his services should make early upplication. Good Paddocking for mares at 2s per week. All care taken but no responsibility. For further particulars, apply Groom m charge, or DANIEL McKENB RY, gjgg Proprietor, Cairnbrae. r STAND THIS" SEASON AT OWNER'S LIVERY STABLE, ASHBURTON. THE PURE-BRED ENTIRE PONY ALI BAB A By Prince Charming (imported from England) dam Pearl, by Prince Charming out of Jennie by Mazeppa, owned bj Montague Lewin, Esq., Christchurch. He is five years old, bright-black color, and half brother to Aladdin, bred by C. Dampier Crossley, Esq., Rangiora, anc took Ist prize at the Ashburton Show ir 1889 For Terms and Particulars apply G. F. SCOTT Proprietor, §12 Livery Stables, Ashburton. SEEDS- SEEDS. VEGETABLE SEEDS EARLY SF.ED™POTATOES,Including "THE BEAUTY OF BATH," Which lasfc season produced on Mi DoHBMY's land, Tinwald, the enormous yield of something over SEVENTEEN TONS PER ACRE. FFTY POUNDS (noibs) of "Th< Beauty of Bath" Seed producec THIRTEEN and THREE-QUARTEI BAGS of Superb Potatoes. A. W. RANDELL FEUITGEOWBB, &c, ASHBtETON. 83!
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2544, 15 October 1890
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