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TO STAND AT OWNER'S FARM AND TRAVEL THE WAKANUI RAKAIAAND ASHBURTONDLS THE Purebred Entire Clydesdale KELVIN KELVIN is a bay horse by Prmct Royal imported from Victoria, dam Bess, by Napoleon, imported by the late JonK Nimmo Esq., to Otago. : Terms-Season; £2 10a ; Guarantee £4 4s. Groohiage fee 66, payable first service. r ' For further particulars and cards, — Apply JOHN GILMOUR Proprietor, o§3B WakanuV TU TRAVEL THE WILLOWBY AND ASHBURTON DISTRICTS. ; The Clydesdaib Entice. Hobsb , Young JBeacomftew foung Ae«M»ti*fleld is a dark bay horse, with black points, six years old, by Lord Beaconsfield. Dam by Old Major, importad, by F. H, Brittati, Esq., of Ayonside. ■,<, on Terms: Guarantee, £3: season, hi, payable Ist January, 1891; groomage, ss. For further particulars apply to. _ H. GRaYBURN, 10J40 Proptietor, Willowby. T STAND THIS SEASON, 1890-91 At hi s Owner's Farm, Donnybrook, Methven, (And to travel the Methven-Rakaia Dis- . tricts, The Thoeoughbrbd Chestnut Stallion, Mwrkaway

HARKAW4.Y is a beautiful chestnut, over 16 hands hieh. 4nd grandly proportioned} _ ";\ HARKAWAY. foaled in 1887, bred oy his owner;; by Johnny Faulkner, one of the best Jacehorses (that iver trod the turf of New Zealand and whose sire, St. > Albans was sire of Tasmar., Malua, Sheet Anchor, Bink Bonny, Stockwel!, Wimbrel, Lady Betty,; and other famous racehors while on the dam s side, Harkaway's pedigree contains some of the best Wood ever imported to the Colonies. ; HARKAWAY will serve a limited num ber of mares. Terms : £4 4s, half guarantee ; £2 2s, payable January Ist, 1891 ; £2 2s, payable August Ist, 1891; groomage fee, 5s ; payable a,t first service. Good paddocks for Mares at 2s a week ; every care taken, but ho responsibility. SAMUEL TIERNEY, Proprietor, 10t33 Methven. TO TRAVEL ASHBURTON, WAX A NUI, WATERTON, FLEMINGTON AND WILLOWBY DISTRICTS. The Thorotjghb Bouser, ROUSER is a Grey Horse standing 16 hands, by the renowed Messenger (sire of the Lad, etc.), dam Kate O'Shane, Caledon (imp.) ; Kate O'Shane out of Laura, by Emigrant (imp.), out of a daughter of Spaewife, by Skeleton (imp.). ROUSER is the sire of Mexico, winner of many races; of Balderdash, who trotted 3 miles in Bmin 42secs, the fastest record for a three year old in IS ew Zealand ; also Miss Lyle, and' other grand trotters. . *„.»' Terms: Season, £3, payable Ist January; guarantee, Ist July, £4 10s ; groomage, ss, payable first service. First owners responsible if mare changes ands. For further particulars, app y to Groom in charge, or 0 43 J. PORTER, Ashburto n.

To Stand this Season and Travel the Wakanui and Rakaia Districts. Thk Purebred Clydesdale Stallion ■Sir Archibald ' SIR ARCHIBALD is a bright bay, six years old, stands 17 hands high, was bred by Archibald Yates, North Loburn, sire Chieftain, Chieftain's sire, Prince Royal, was imported by John McK«llar, Esq., Doyleston; Prince Royal's sire was old Prince Charlie, imported from Scotland to Victoria ; old Prince Charlie by Farmer. Prince Royal's datn, Blossom by Bothwell, imp.; Chieftain's dam, Jess, bred by John Deans, Esq., Jess's sire by Prince Charlie, imp., Jess's dam, Madam, bred by John Deans, Esq., sire King lergus, imp. Sir Archibald's dam, Baroness, bred by Archibald Yates, sire Baronet, imported from Scotland. Baroness's dam Empress, by C&mpsie Hi; Empress's dam by Napoleon. , , «• As will be B<*m from the above, hir Archibald has descended from the best strains of blood on the dam's side that has ever been imported, and Baronet was the king of sires. Sir Archibald possesses exceptionally good quality, with plenty of hair of the right sort. Terms : (Season) £2 Each Mare ; £3 Guarantee. Any other terms as per agreement. 10J34 Ashlurton. TO TRAVEL in the Ashburton and Surrounding Districts, and Stand at Cookson's Stables. The Carriage Stallion Bobbie Burns Bobbie Burns is a dark bay> standing 16£ hands high, with line symmetry and splendid action, and is well suited for getting weight-carrying hacks, carriage horses, and horses suitable for the Indian Re-mount Service. Bobbie Burns, by Young Detractor, dam Jess, by Tasman. Detractor, by Traducer, dam Emeline, by Sleight-of-and, junior. ; Bobbie Burns won two first prizes at the' iiTWu Show, against all comers ; first prize at Oamaru against all comers, v.d second against " Berlin,"at Oamaru, 88. He has also proved himself a sure foal-getter. . Miss Cave, winner of the Maiden at Lancaster Park Trotting races, is daughter Bobbie Burns from Wai-a-tou. He is ire of several noted fcroHGVS, Terms, £3. Groomage fee, &s, p.ayal>J# first service, All demands payable to Groom after January, 1891. For particulars apply to Groom in or I E. CQOKSOJS, Ashburton

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890

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