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t>TUI). TO TiiAVEL THE PENINSLA. THE CARRIAGE STALLION (By Burlington —d'ini Gossip) ACTOR'S stock have proved themsphc Good Horses. Actor will travel— Monday — Duvaucbrjlia and Wainai. Tuesday - Pi ; ;.v>n Hay. Wednesday--Littio Afcaion ft ml Okain'-, Thursday—Lo l>-'n'a Bay. Paddocking at Akaroa ih '.y- Oil per wc p k Good care but no rc^pi.'iiciljility. TERMS-Season £;!. Gnxmntto X-i 10a I I Groomaoe 0-, pa>=\'»'e first service J 11. O DIEHCK, I Owner, 'karoa I JIM ALDIUDfitf, ■ Gf'io!ii in Charge. i TO TIUYEL THE SIASON ON BANKS PENINSULA. I iFpiSilliff,i ~. ".-■ \^ '! THE ROADSTER OK' CARRI&GE STALLION 1 : By Champion Colonial, sire Rothschild j Childe Harold-J.-J4,'sire of Rothschild, , 03tPrley, sire o£ Emporor 2.l>i.'2i>, Lishtfoc I 2 18,25. Era sire or Silver Boy 2.TIJ, Viking aire of Vi<nvmont '2 2-1, Rita -1.58 dam of Eat 1 wood 2 23, and Phocnis on). Harold (son c j Hnmbletoniaa 10). sire of Maud S. '2.8, an< 1,650 descendants that, hr.ye gone better thai j 2,30 Bello Bviggs "2 I'J dam of RoLo-thild Oster ley, Sir William, Mips Richmond, Kin; Harold sivo of Vincent 2 Young Porti 1 dam of Yoltuire 2.20 A, Nora Lap. 2 29.J Jiimea Lick (son of Harnbletonun 10) dan I J by John Nelson aim nf Not:a 2.25J, Anron 2 27. Governor Stanford 2 '27A. j Dnra Kitty by that w.ll known Trotting sin Victor, d.im of Kitty by the blood sir--1 Bantam MASTERMAN EEADY is a beautiful ba; standing llj.l, wi'h jjreat strength 0 •bone, foa'ecl November I'jOO. He has a per, feet disposition; grand action, and the strair from which be is bred gives him ability to gc fast and to s't.y over distance?. TEiMS: £3 —£l payable iii'dt cervine, £2 Ist January "rjls £i —Half guarantee, £2 iFt January, 1915 £2 when m>re proves in foal £5— Full guarrt.itre, payable when mare proves in foal Groomage fee 5 a paya-Me at first service. All mares sold or exchanged to be paid for For further parf ; «-n!■μ-k apply THOS ' OWE r i's prrom in ehnr(::o. 1 Bβ ''l'iiiarlers, Little River Or EDGAR SMI; ..tier, Bligh's road, i'apanui TO STAND THE SEASON AT GHEHAN VALLEY, AKAEOA. I fe** V N V i\ Ny 3^"W QCOTLAND LAD is a dark bay colt; kj siro Mac Alpine, dam Illoasom : 1 fed MeAlpinr\ by M>:eArthur, dam Minr-.ie, Minnie frire Crown Princo, tj, dam Hawol irn sire Younj; Banker, gc; dam Lily sire D ike of Buccleuph, gig Turn hws of Gowrie s re Sir Bonjamin, gyp;; tin in Blossem Ma'rhless, ggggg dum Blossom sire Black Ch.aipion. Macarthur, bred by Mr L. Dugti Iβ, Sprinstisld, Victoria. MeArthur's sire Macbride (2987), bred by A. Montßomi ry, Esq., Castle I)ou»lab-, winnar of first pr.V,es :at the Kilmnrnock and Gla=j;ow yhows, miml numerous first prizes in Victoria. Kic arthur's siro McGregor (1487), one of the 1 chamgion breeding stallions in Scotland, end I brother to tho famous Fiashwood, J! c ■ i arthur's f?g siro Darniey (222), the charojron horse of his day in Scotland. (See ScoMi.-h stud book for further pmticulars.) Uic arthur's dam Mn.ggie Bell, by Tasman, by Victor, winner of 31> lirst and chamiun prizes; g dam Mapgio 111, by Pride of, Scotland (imp,), g« darn Majrgio by Cochrane Clyde (imp.), p;g« dam Jane by Dick's BI .ck ChampioD. Macarthur has been exhibited 35 times, baa gained '62 lirst find chaiujron prizes, 2 seconds and 1 third, all us a I ;ur year old and under—a record unbeaten by any horse in the colonies. He ia olo:- -ly 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 pric; of 3000 guineas. Macalpinc's dniu Minnie, by the' celebrated Crown Prince, was nh >yn three times, and each tiuio was only lieirtn by her own stable companion, Princcf. v mare that has been firtt wherever *hown, A glauce at her p , ,i;iven above, will show that she eonu-s finm it long lin, of j first class hor=u:-\ running back to the <■■ lobrated Lash of Gowrie, one of the m .res that ever came to Now Zi'iilnnd, Blossom, sire Victor, jr dam Bonny, != : rf3 Prince Charlie, g» dam G : p siro Kapolt m, geg dam Gip sire Black I'rinuc, guprg '' nn Gip sire Otuu-rbury, pi.'gcK dam impoitid from Sydney. [Jlossom took lirnt priisc nt the Chris'cluirch Show as a iilly. Vie or, | bred by Messrs D.iw.-on, SSniithlruid, i= by j Conqueror, clrim the champion niiirn \):.\ tnond imported from Tasmania, by I bumper imp. from iSecthiml Vict , '! - was thenvn as a yeiirling. Up guini il fhst priz iu'tbc Si-uth larid A. aid 1' Ass-cia u.ns Show, As it 2 year old he giiini (I iirt-t, pi !;■'.■ Ht Southland and Dunoilin IShows in 1«71I iir.-t at, Ashhurton, in lasospcoud at Ij.m.'sUii> a!. 0 at Christ cburch, in 18S1 :((!(ni(i at ]>cston. in 1882 second at Locstiui and Cbri tchuiub, in 1884 first at Lrc.ton in L-vSI ihvt, and ehiiinpion TEUMH-iJ.'i jjsgnar.'iiiic", nmi £2 for tho Sanson. OnK.ni.ii'o ["■ 5-, pnyiiblo at lirst .n.'rvici'. All marcs ,-uid or exubaanped held as in foal J. SFJiG!-UN, Owner. The latent scientific rcm>dy iVr Cough Inllueri/.a, Severn Cold:-, Bronchitis, Nasa Catarrh. Coid in tho head. Soro throats is "NAZOL" Hβ virtue is that it Cures. In bottles, price 1 /0.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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