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STUD. ~~ TO TRAVEL THE PENINSLA. THE CARRIAGE STALLION f I (By Burlington—dam Gossip) jjj ACTOR'S stock have proved themselves | Good Horses. Actor will travel— | Monday—Duvauchelle and Wainui. | Tuesday—Pigeon Bay. i Wednesday—Little Akaloa and Okain's, | Thursday—Le Bon's Bay. | '! Paddocking at Akaroa at Gd 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 TRAVEL TBE SFASON ON BANKS PENINSULA. I THE ROADSTER OR CARRIAGE STALLION I By Champion Colonial, sire Rothschild j j Childe Harold 2.24,' sire of Rothschild, : Ostcriey, sire of Emperor 2.18.25, Lißhtfoot I 2 18,25. Km sire of Silver Boy 2.1(3, Viking, sire of Viewmont 2 24, Rita 4,58 dam o! Eata wood 2 23, nnd Phoenix sm, Harold (aon of Hnmbletonian 10), sire of Maud S. 2.8, and 1.65G descendants that have gone better than 1 2,30 Belle Bviggs 219 dam oi Roto-child Oaten. ley, Sir William, Miss Richmond, King Harold sir« of Vincent 2 2S.A, Young Portia dam of Voltaire 2.205, M'ora Lee 2 29J, James Lick (son of Hambletonian 10) dam ; by John Nelson nire ot' No-na Aurora 2.27, Governor Stanfoid 2 27A. Dam Kitty by that Trotting sire Victor, dim of Kitty by the blood sire Bantam MASTERMAN READY is a beautiful bay standing IG.I, with great strength of bone, foa'ed November 1909. He has a peiv feet disposition; grand action, and the strain from which he 13 bred gives him ability to go fast and to stay over distances, TEI-MS: ' £3—£l payable first eevviCG, £2 Ist Janunry, 1915 £I—Half guarantee, £2 Ist January, 1915, £2 when m : 'ro preves in font £5 —Full guarujtre. payable when mare proves in foal Groorrmtje fee .>- payahl« at firpt service. All mares sold or etfehai.ged to be paid for For further par'-fiil ms apply THOS. " OWE^j , "', groom in ehirge. Hβ idqurirters, Litt:e Rivc-r 'Or EDGAR SMI: , Owner, _ Bligh's road, Papanui. TO STAND THE SEASON AT GREHAN VALLEY, AKAROA. SCOTLAND LAD is a dark bay colt; sire Mac Alpine, dam Blossom : bred MeAlpins, by Mac Arthur, dam Minnie, Minnie sire Crown Prince, g dam Hγ vihorn sire Young Banker, gg dam Lily sira Duke of Buecleush, gpg dam Lihs of Gowtie sire Sir Benjamin, ggag tlam Blossom sire Matchless, ggggg dam Blossom sire Black Champion. Macarthur, bred by Mr L. B.igdale, Springfield, Myriong, Victoria. Mo Arthur's sire Macbride (2987), bred by A. Mont;: imery, Esq., Castle Douglas, winnsr of first prizes at the Kilmarnock and Glasgow Shov. s, and numerous first prizes in Victoriu. Mac j arthur's sire McGregor (1487), one a£ the chamgion breeding stallions in Scotland, and brother to the famous Flashwood. Mac- , arthur's gg sire Darnley (222), the chi.mpion horse of his day in Scotland. (See '■jottish stud book for further particulars.) Maonrthur's dam Maggie Bell, by Tasn in, by Victor, winner o£ 3(5 first and uhrnipion prizes; g dam Mapgie 111, by Pi.do of Scotland (injpO- gg dam Maggie by Cochrane Clyde (imp.), ggg dam Jane by Dick-; Black Champion. Macarthur has been exhibited 35 times, has gained 32 first and champion prizes, 2 seconds and 1 third, all as a (our year old and under—a record unbeaten by any horse in the colonies, He is dowdy rolnted to the most fashionable bi.ed of draught horses in tho world. T!i a full brother to his grand sire Flashwc id was recently sold at tho unprecedented ) rice of 3000 guineas.. Macalpino'a dam Mhi iio, by the Crown Prince, was .shown three times, and each time wan only beaten by her own stable companion, i'rii.jcss, a marc that has been iirst wherever *!n wn, A glance at her p-digreo, given abov>, will} show that eho comes from a Inn;; lino of] first cluhs h n n-<;s, running buck to t1.3 celebrated Lush of Gowrie, one of the bcsl mures that ever came to New Zealand. Blossom, sire Victor, y> darn Bonry, sire Prince Charlie, g» dam Gip sire Na.ioleon, p«g dnin Gip sire Jllaek L'rinoe, g«rg dam Gip hire Oiint rhury, vv\-\V,V, dam nnptnti d from Sydney, blossom took lirwl ynv.", at tho Chri-.'churcli Show as a [illy. Victor, hrml by Me.-srs Dawson, Southland, is by Conqueror, dam the champion mar.i Dia mon<l imported fiom Tasmania, by Thumpor imp. from Hcctliuid. Victrir wus shown na a ytjiirlirig. Hiigiiiu-d li- si pi \7, •in tin l Siulh land A vi.d F iojis Htiow, As *<■ 2 yeiir old ho gaiiK'd litft friz■'• lit Southland nnd Dunpfiin .Shown in 1879 fir.-t nt Ashluir ton, in 1880 second (it Leet;ton also at Christ cbui-ch. in 1881 second at Lccston. in 1882 scciiiid nt Li'i's'on and Ct>ri■ tchuruh, i«. 1884 iir-i. Nt liic ,t"u in 11 r-4 uml clmnrpion TiaiMS- £'■', '.U n'Mir-iir.ee. nnil £2 2 foi the SiiHOii. urooiiiiigc tec i> -, payable at service. nil limit's sold or (;x«l.maiiMod held as in foal. J. S KKGIfr'ON, Owner. The latent fcientilic icni'dy I'it CiMigh Intlurn/.a, WRvern Colds, Bronchitis. Nusa Caiorrh, Cold in the, hpiul, Horo throats is "NaZOL" iiHvittuois that it Cures. In bottlos, price 1/G.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3454, 20 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3454, 20 November 1914

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