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STUD. TO STAND .THE SEASON AT GREHAN VALLEY, AKAEOA. SCOTLAND LUD CjCOTLAND LAD is a dark bay colt; 0 site Mao Alpine, dam Blossom: bred McAlpine, by Mao Arthur, dam M ; nnie, Minnie sire Crown Princs, g flam Hawth \rn siiv Young Banker, gg rlam Lily sire liuke (if Bucclpu';b, gpg dam Lies of Gowri* sire Sir Pei jamin, ggeg tlam Blosßom sire Match-. less, gggse dam Blossom sire Black Champion • Macnrtlmr. bred by Mr L. Dugdole, Springfield. Mvviong, Victoria. McArtbur's sire Maebride (2987), bred by A. Montgomery, Esq., Castle Douglas, winnar o£ first prizes at the lOlmarnock and G'asgow Show 3, and nuiueious first prizes in Victoria. Mac- , iirihor's sire McGr.gor (1487), one of the liluiingirin breeding stallions iv Hcotlanc 7 , and hrnthpr tn the fiirnon- F ashwood, Mac- , arthur's gg sire Darhley (222), the champion horse of his day in Scotland, (See,. Scottish stud book for further particulars ) ; Mac arthur's dam Maggie Bell, by Taaman, l>y Victor, winner of 3(i first and champion prizes; g dam Magsie 111, by Pride (f I Sootland (imp.), gg dam Maggio by Cochrane I Clyde (imp.), ggg dam Jane by Dick's Bluck Champion. Macarthur has been exhibited b5 times, has gained 32 first and champion urizes, 2 seconds and 1 thirJ, el! a= a four year old and under—a record unbfaten by tiny horse in the colonies Hβ closely related to the most fashionable breed of draught horses in . the world. The full brother to his grand was lecemly sold at the unprecedented- price of 3000 Macalpine'a dam Minnie, by the celebrated Crown Prince, was Ehown three times, and each time was only beaten Dy her own stable companion, Princess, a mare that has baen first wherever shown. A glance at her pedigree, fliven above, will ( show that she comes from a long line of first clues horse=s, running back to the cele , brated Lass of Gowrie, one of tte best mares that ever came to New Zealand. '. , Blossom, sire Victor, g dam Bonny, sire ' 1 Prince Charlie, gg dam Gip sire Napoleon,' J ggg dam Gip sire Black Prince, gggg dam ' ! Gip sire Canterbury, ggggg dam imported ( : from Sydney. Blossom took first priza at '! the: Christchurch Show as a filly. Victor, i i bred by Messrs Dawson, Southland, is by i Conqueror, dam the champion mare Dia , 1 - mond importal from Tasmania, by Thumper imp. from Scotland. Victor was shown as a! 1 yearling. He gained (i> st in the Seuth land A. and P Association's Snow, As a 2 year old be gained first priza at Southland ! and Dunedin Shows in 1879 first at Ashbur--1 ! ton, in 1380 second at Leeston also at Christ' ! church, in 1881 second at Leeston, in 1882 i ■' , c «cund at Leeston and Christchurch, in 1884 firpt at Leo ton in {1684 first and champion j TERMS—£3 8s guarantee, and £2 2s for ; the season. txroomngo fpe ss, payable at j first service. All mares sold or exchaanped j held as in fcal. J. SBEGISON, Owners '10 fcTAND AT AKAROA 2 17, by Harold Dillon, imp,, dam Grata nefcte, imp). t TERMS—Season, Guarantee, sga. ETIENNE E. LeLIEVRE. Akaroa CasSi Bufoh6ry» f BEG TO NOTIFY the Public of Akaroa •A and Surrounding Bays that lam . Selling the BEST OF QUALITY of Beef ' Mutton, Lamb, and Pork, with SMALL GOOD'J AS A SPECIALITY, and trußt with careful attention to business • tn rearive afi'r fhare of your palrooage. CHARLES MANN ,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3449, 3 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3449, 3 November 1914

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