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STUD. TO TRAVEL THE PENINSLA. THE CARRIAGE STALLION ACTOR (By Burlington—dam Gossip) ACTOR'S Btockhave proved themselves Good Horses. Actor will travel— Monday—Duvauchelle and Wainui. Tuesday—Pigeon Bay. Wednesday—Little Akaloa and Okain's, ] Thursday—Le Bon's Bay. Paddocking at Akaroa at 2s 6d per week. Good care but no responsibility. TERMS—Season £3, Guarantee £4 10s, Groomage ss, payable first service. H, C. DIERCK, Owner, Akaroa JIM ALDRIDGE, Groom in Charge. TO STAND THE SEASON AT GREHAN VALLEY, AKAROA. SCOTLAND LAO SCOTLAND LAD is a dark bay colt; sire Mac Alpine, dam Blossom: bred McAlpine, by Mac Arthur, dam Minnie, Minnie sire Crown Prince, g dam Hawthorn ' sire Young Banker, gg dam Lily sire Duke t of Buccleußh, ggg dam Lass of Gowrie sire 1 Sh' Benjamin, ggeg dam Blossom sire Match" less, ggggg dam Blossom sire Black Cham- , pion. 1 Macarthur, bred by Mr L. Dugdnle, b Springfield, Myriong, Victoria. McArthur's Bird Macbride (2987), bred by A. Montgomery, a Esq., Castle Douglas; winn9r of first prizes at tbe Kilmarnock and Glasgow Shows* and numerous first vprizes in Victoria. ■ Mac--9 arthur's sire McGregor (1487), one of the 3 ohamg:on breeding stallions in Scotland, and brother to the famous- Flashwood, Mac arthur's gg sire Darnley (222), the champion r> horse of his day in Scotland. (See Scottish & stud book for further paiticulars.) Mac t arthur's dam Maggie Bell, by Tasman, by Victor, winner of 36 first and champion prizas; g dam Maggie 111, by Pride of Scotland (imp ), gg dam Maggie by Cochrane Clyde (imp.), ggg dam Jane by Dick's Black B Cham* ion. Macarthur has been exhibited j 35 times, has gained 32 first and champion prizes, 2 seconds and 1 third, all as a four B .year old and under -a record unbeaten by 9 any horse in the colonies, He is closely S related t> the most fashionable breed of t draught horses iv the world. The full brother to his grand sire Flashwood was . recently sold at the unprecedented price of ' 3000 guineas. Maoaipine's dam M'nnie, by the celebrated Crown Prince, wa3 shown 3 three times, and each time was only beaten by her own Btable companion, Princess, a mare that lias been first wherever shown. A glance at her pedigree, f,iven above, will i show that she comes from a long line of j first clues hnrpes, running back to the celebrated Lass-of Gowrie, one of the best mare 3 that ever came to New Zealand. Blossom, sire Viotor, g dam Bonny, sire Prince Charlie, gg dam Gip sire Napoleon, ggg dam Gip sire Black Prince, gggg dam Gip sire Canterbury, ggggg dam imported from Sydney. Blossom took first prize at the Christchurch Show as a filly. Victor, bred by Messrs Dawson, Southland, is by Conqueror, dam the champion mare Diamond imported from Tasmania, by Thumper imp. from Scotland. Viotor was shown as a yem ling. He gained first prize in the Seuth land A. and P. Association's Snow, A3 a 2 year old be gained first, prize at Southland and Dunedin Shows in 1879 first at Ashburton, in 1880 second at Leeston also at Christ' churoh, in 1881 second at Leeston, in 18.82 second at Leeston and Christchuroh, in 1884 first at Leeston in 1884 first and champion gold medal at Christchuroh and first at Lees ton in 1896, first at Leeston in 1887, first at Leeston and Christchuroh, in 1889 first at Leeston. Vicior's g dam Flower by Match • less, Some of his stook have sold at £40, and one of his stock was sold by auction for £42. TERMS-£3 3s guarantee, and £2 2b for the season. Groomage fee ss, payable at first servicp. All mares sold or exchaanged held as in foal. J. SERGrSON, Owner. 10 TRAVEL THE SFASON ON BANKS PENINSULA. THE ROADSTER OR CARRIAGE STALLION IMSTERNIAN READY By v Champion Colonial, sire Rothschild Childo Harold 2.24, sire of Rothschi d, Osterley, sire of Kmperor 2 18.25, Lightfoot 2.18,25, Era sire of Silver Boy 2.1.6, Viking, sire of Vi -wmont 2 24, Rita 4,58 dam of Rata wood 2 23, and Phoenix sm, Harold (son of Hambletonian 10), spre of Maud S. 2.8, and 1,656 descendants that bave gone better than 2.30 Belle Bviggs 2.19 clam of Rotoochild Oster* ley, Sir William, Miss Richmond, King Harold sire of Vincent 2 25*, Young Portia dam of Voltaire 2 20*, N*ora Lee 2 29J, James Lick (son of Hambletonian 10) dam by John Nelson aire of Neroa 2,23*, Aurora 2.27, Governor Stanford 2.27£. Dam Kitty by that well-known Trotting sire Victor, dum of Kitty by the blood sire Bantam MASTERMAN Rt-ADV is a bsautiful bay standing 16.1. with groit strength of bone, foa'ed November 1909. He has a per,feo* disp-sition; grand ac on. and the 'tain from whioh he is bred given dim ability to go fast and to s ay over d stances. TE MS : £3—£l payable first service, £2 Ist January, 1915 £4-Half guarantee, £2 Ist January, 1915, £2 when proves in foal £s—Full guara.it.ee, pa)able when mare provea in foal Groomage fee 5s payable at first service. All mares sold or exchanged to be paid for For further particulars apply ' THOS. POWELL, groom in charge. Headquarters, Little River Or EDGAR SMITH, Owner, Bligh's road. Papanui. /

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3446, 16 October 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3446, 16 October 1914

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