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STUD NOTICES. TO STAND THE SEASON AT LITTLE RIVER AND TRAVEL THE PENINSULA THE PUREBRED CLYDESDALE STALLI ON LOBS ISLAi (980) LORD NOLAN is a beautiful dark bay horse with ~ black points, standing 16 hands 3 inches in height His whole contour ' is handsome and powerful, lie has an expressive 'sive head, docile temper, a deep girth, splen" • did loins and baok, sU-odk clean hock 3of the right class, short nnr , . strong cannon bones, with hair f.f the finest quality, and feet that cannot l>e surpa< sed. Altogether he has a set ! of leos that look like wearing ont three set of teeth, Hβ ha= proved himself a sure foal-get-ter. His stock arefullof quality of command ing appearance, and like himself as sound as & bell. His stock have gained show riug honours at such leading shows as Timaru, Ashburton, Kinvee, and Christcburcb. LORD NOLAN'S sire Sandow (432) proved himself more than a useful sort in Canten bury ; his g sire Maearthur (330) imp, pc, sire tMacßride dam DiDah by Champion (131), dam Mag; by Chancellor Blackball (1(55) imp Sandow dam Blossom (78) by Old Clyde imp. Descending from the finest and stoutest imported blood goes to show that he i 3 brf d ! the right way, and cannot fail to leava the ' hall mark of quality on his stock. Peninsula breeders will find that Lord No !an will meet all requirements, and that it pays to breed from the beet. Fee £4 4s, payable 2nd January , 1914 Groomage fee ss, payable first service. All mares sold or changing hands original wner held responsible. : Any mares not proving in foal will be f served the following season at half fee. } For further particulars apply to f i H. IRELAND, J j Little River. \TO TRAVEL THE BAYS OP BANKS PENINSULA AND ILITTLE RIVER. I THE CARRIAGE STALHON ACTOK By Burlington, dam Violet. Burlington, by Albany (imp.), from Gossip, by Traducer (imp). Violet, by Lord Glasgow, dam Thoroughbred Mare. A CTOR is a Dark Chestnut, standing 16.1 X3L having Immense Muscle and Good Flat Bone. He hns never yet BEEN UNPLACED IN A SHOW RING, winning at the Canterbury Metropolitan Show and Ellesmere Show against all comers. He is a sure foal getter, and his stock have proved themselves good horses both in saddle and harness, and have won many prizes in the Show Ring He is just the stamp of horse to breed suitable horses for the Peninsula. Actor will travel to LITTLE RIVER each , week, arriv ns TUE-DAY and leaving THUUSDAY MORNING. TERMS: Season, £3; half guarantee, £4 4s; £2 2s to be paid Ist January, balance when mare proves in foal. All mares sold or exchanged hands held as in foal. Groomage fee payable first service. ACTOR was examined on the 27th October in Akaroa by Mr A. A. Johnson, PB.CV.P., Veterinary Surgeon, and paßsed him free from hereditary unsoundness. For further particulars, apply to T. POWELL, Groom in charg H. C. DIERCK, Owner, Akaroa TO STAND THE SEASON AT LITTLE RIVER AND TKAVEL THE PENINSULA BEAUTIFUL BRIGHT BAY STALLION ROTHNEiLL (By Rothschild, dam Pride of Burwood, sire Fla Fla, standing 16 hands, with good bone and muscle; age, five years ) "pOTHNEILL, like all the Rothschilds, JL\ is a horse of heavy bones and fine substance, and is in splendid nick to do a good season. Hβ is a horse that will sire fine hacks, trap horses and milk.cart horses. Pothneill will ba at the undermentioned places on the following days:—Little Fiver (Lake Forsyth Arms Hotel), Saturdays and Mondays ; Duvauchelle. Tuesdays and Wed< nesdays ; Pigeon Bay and Port Levy, Thursdays ; Teddington and Kaituna, Fridays. Terms—Guarantee, £4 4s; season, £2 2s. Payable Ist January, 1914, Groomage fee, ss. Payable first service, ; For further particulars, apply to J. SEXTON, Groom in charge, Or J. J. FLYNN, Owner, Little River. MAIL NOTICES LETTER-BOX CLEARED' Day. Hour /hnstcburch, Northern and Southern Offices, United Motor To Kingdom, Europe, U.S of Car. 8.30 a.ffi America, Commonwealth daily, of Australia. o German Bay, Robinson's Bay, Duvauchelle, Barry's Bay, French Daily. 8-30 a.tn Farm, Wainui, Pigeon Bay, Little.lUver. ittle Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed, and Okaiu's Bay Friday 830 a.m Dng Bay Road, Le Bon's Gig Mon, Wed, Thurs. Fri. 12 30 p m N.B.—Parcels mails ciose daily 5 p m, LETTER CARRIER DELIVERIES. iuth End- Ist and 2nd delivery—Mondays Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m and 1 p.m >rth End—lst and 2nd delivery—Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday, 9 a.maud 1 p,m Commences 9,30 a.m and 1.30 p.m MAILS NWARDS ristohurch and JNorthern md Southern offices Daily 1 p.m itle River, Barry's Bay, tVainui, French Farm, 3uvaucheile, Robin3on'e Daily I p,m 3ay, German Bay, and W) Pigeon Bay ' VY tla Akaloa, Chorlton, Mod, Wod, >nd Okain's Bay Fri. 1 p.m,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4353, 2 December 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4353, 2 December 1913

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