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■ STUD. TO TRAVEL THE PENIHSLA. THE CAREIAGE STALLION (By Burlington—dam Gossip) ACTOR'S stock have proved thernselvts Good Horses. Actor will travel— 5 Monday— Duvaucbelle'and Wainai. 3 Tuesday—Pigeon Bay. Wednesday—Little Akaloa arid Chain's, Thursday—La Bon'a Bay. 3 Paddoeliing at Akaroa at 2s Gd per week. Good care but no responsibility. TERMS-Season £3, Guarantee £4 10fl. Groomage 00, payable first service, f H, G. DIEBCK, I Owner, akaroa JIM ALDBIDGS, Groom in Charge. TO TRAVEL THE REASON ON BAISKB PENINSULA. , THE r.OADS'tI-H OH CARIU GE a STALLION _ ; E>?"| tl Q"£* T X*" W9, ffW-1 ,f\ W.*[ J V* *A© I! K.S$ Wi 14 & i I b> [£.slll I j By Champion Colonial, sire Rothschild J Childe Harold 2.24, sire of Rothsohi'd, j Ostprley. sire of Emperor 2.18 25. Liphir? o ' 2 IS 25! Era sire of Silver Boy 2.16, Viki-R sire of Vi'-wmont 2 24, Eita 4*58 dam of Rati wood 2 23, and Phoenix sm, Harold (->on 0 Hiimblfltoniau 10). sire of Maud S. 2.8, ant I 1,056 descendants tha> bave gone better thai ! 2,30 Belle Brigga 2 It) dam of Botopchild Oster Iny, Sir William, Miss lUchmond, Kin{ Harold sire of Vincent 2 25£, Young Portii dam of Voltaire 2.20J, Nora Lee 2 2t).J James Lick (sob of Hfimb'etonian 10) dan by John Nelson sire of Nerea 2.28J, Auron 2.27, Governor Stanford 2 27£. Dnm Kitty by that wpll-known Trotting Firs Victor, dam of Kitty by the blood sin Bantam "11 IT ASTEBMAN READY is a beautiful baj JIYX stending 16.1, with great strenßth ol bone, foa'ed November .1909. Ho has a per, feet disposition; grand action, and tha strain from which he is bred gives him ability to gc fast and to stay over distaDC/s, TEEMS: £3—£l payable fivst service, £2 Ist January, 1915 £4— Ball guarantee, £2 Ist January, 1915, £2 when mare proves in foal £s—Full guarantee, payable when mare proves in foal Gro'image fee 5s payable at first service. All mares sold or exchar.gsd to be paid for For fii'ther particulars apply f THOS. I ©WS r -iL, groom in charge. ft idquarters , , Little Itiver Or EDGAR SMIU., Owner, Bligh's road, Papanui. TO STAND THE SEASON AT GREHAN VALLEY, AKAROA. QCOTLAND LAD is a dark bay colt; lj) sire MnoAlpine, dam Blossom: bred McAlpin u , liy Mao Arthur, dam Minnie, Minnie fir« Crown Prince, g darn Hawihorn sir« Young Banker, go, dam Lily sire Duke of BucelfU h, gi?» dam Lass of Gowrie sire Sir Be; jatiin, gg>?g Oiim Blossom sire Matchless, gggr;W 'Jfti'n Blossom sire Black Champion Mawirtliur. bred by Mr L. Dugdale, Ppiinj.fi;ld, Myriong, Victoria. McArthur's sire Macbiidc (2987), bred by A. Montgomery, Esq., Caatlo bouglas, winn9r of first prizes at the Kilnmrnock and Glasgow Shows, and numerous lirsfc- prizes in Vietorin. Macarthur's 3ire McGregor (1487), one of the chemgion breeding stallions in Scotland, and brother to the famous Fiashwood. Miic arthur's gg sirs Darniey (222), the champion horse of his day in Scotland. (See Scottish stud book for further particulars.) Macarthnr's darn Maggie Bell, by Tasman, by Victor, winner of 36 first and champion prizes; g dam Maggie 111, by Pride of Scotland g» dam Maggie by Cochrane Clyde (imp.), Rgg dam Jane by Dick's Black Champion. Macarthnr has been exhibited 35 times!, has gained 32 first and champion prizes, 2 sect.i.Js and 1 third, 'all as a four year old and under—a record unbeaten by any horse in the colonies, He is closely related to the most fashionable breed of draught horses in the world. The full brother to his grand sire Fiashwood was recently sold at the unprecedented price of 3000 guineas. Maeaipine's dam Minnie, by the celebrated Crown Prince, was shown . three time?, and each time warf only beaten by her own stable companion, Priactsa, a mare that has been first whprever shown. A glaoce at h«r pedigree, given above, will' show that she comes from a long line of \ first cluss horses, running back to the cele , braled Lass of Gowrie, one of the best mares that ever came to New Zealand. BlocEom, siie Victor, g dam Bonny, sire Prince Charlie, gg dam Gip sire Napoleon, gKg dam Gip sire Black Prince, gggg dam Gip sire Canterbury, ggggg dam imported from Sydney. Blossom took first prize at the Christchur'cb Show as a iilly. Victor, bred by Me=si's Dawson, Southland, is by Conqueror, dam the champion mare Dia moiHl imported from Tasmania, by Thumper imp. from Scotland. Victor was shown as a yearling. He gained first prize in the Seuth land A. and P. Asuoeiaiion's Snow, As a 2 ■ year old he gaint-d first prize at Southland and Dt'nerlin Shows in 1879 first at Ashburton, in 1880 second at Leeston also atChrist cburch, in 1881 second at Leeston, in 1882 Lecord at Leeston and Ohristchnroh, in 1884 first at Lection in \\6Bk first and charnp'on TERMS-—£3 33 guarantee, and #2 2a for the season. oioom;igo fte 5->, payable at first service. .Mi mares sold or exchaanped held ac in foal, J. SEEGISON, Owner. The latest scientific renifdy for Cough Irjfluenza, Severe Colds, Bronchitis, Nasa Catarrh, Cold in the head, Sore throats, is "NAZOL" Its virtue is that it Cures. In bottles, price 1/0. I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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