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• • , ■ STUD. TO TRAVEL THE PENINSLA. THE CARRIAGE STALLION (By Burlington—dam Gossip) \ CTOR'S stock have proved themselvei XjL Good Horses. Actor will travel— Monday—Duvaucbelle and Wainui. Tuesday—Pigeon Bay. Wednesday—Little Akaloa and Okain's. Thursday—Le Bon's Bay. Paddoclcing at AJcaroa at Dd per week. Good earo but no responsibility. TERMS-Season £:j, Guarantee £i 10s Gtoomage ss, payable first service. H, C DIBRCK, Owner, Akaroa JIM ALDRIDGE, : Groom in Charge. TO TRAVEL' THE SEASON ON BANKS PENINSULA. THE ROADSTER OR CARRIAGE STALLION BRBSS && 0S? "Vr" C™* fyj S3R }&, SM L SE5# HT M ITS "?f \ By Champion Colonial, sire Rothsch Id E J Childe Haroid '2M, sire of Rothsehi d, i Ostprlry, sire of Emperor 2.18,25, Lightfcc I 2 18.25, Kru sire of Silver Boy 9.10, Vikinj 1; sire of Viewmont 2 "24, Rita 4,uS dam of It ■ wood '2 28, tine] Phoenix sm, Haroid (son t [ Hnmbletonian 10). sire of Maud S '2.8, an 1.G50 descendants that have gone better tha 2.30 Belle Briggs a.l'J dam of Ro(.o-ehi!d Oitei I ley, Sir William, Misa itiohmond, Kin Harold sire of Vincent '2 25.4, Young Parti ! dam of Voltaire '2.20 A, iNora Lee 229 I , James Lick (son of Hiunbietoriian 10) dai by John Nelson r,ira of Ne oa '2.2;5A, Auror 2.27, Governor Stanford '2 '27^. Dam Kitty by that sv.-il Known Trottinp; c m Victor, dam of Kitty by ihe blood en Bantam MASTERMAN EBADY i- a hpautiful ba standing 16.1, wi'ii groat strength o bone, foa'ed November 190' J. He has p. per feet disposition; grand action, and the c-traii from which be is bred gives him ability to yi fast and to s'.sy over distances. TEHMS: £3 —£l payable first service, £2 Ist January "1915 £4 —Half guarantee, £2 Ist January, 1915 £2 when mure proves in foal £s—Full guarajtce, p'ljablo when mart proves in foal Gronmane fee 5* paya'ola at first service. All mares sold or exchanged to be paid foi For further pnrti"iil.<i-s apply THOS. I )WELTj, proom in ehnrpte. j Qβ '/lquartors, Little Itiver Or EDGAR SMI i, Owner, Bligh's road. Papanui. TO STAND THE SEASON AT GREHAN VALLEY, AKAROA. SCOTLAND LAD is n dark bay colt; sire Mac Alpine, dam Blos&oni: bred MoAlpinA, by MaeArthur, dam M nnie, Minnie sirs Crown Prince, g dam Hawthorn sire Young Banker, gg dam Lily sire Duke of Buceleueh, gpg dam hws of Gowrio sire Sir Benjamin, ggsg dam Biossom «ire Matchless, ggggg dam Blossom sire Black Champion Macarthur, bred by Mr L. Bprin<ifisld, Myrinng, Victoria.' Me Arthur's sire Macbn'de (2987), bred by A. Montgomery, Esq., Castle Doat>laß, winner of first ) rizea at the Kilmnrnock and Glasgow Shows, and numerous first prizes in Victoria. Maaarthur's sire McGregor (1487). one of the chamgion breeding stallions in Scotland, and brother to the famous Fash wood. Mac- , arthur's gg sire Darnley (222), the champion horse of his day in Scotland, (Soe Scottish stud book for further particulars.) Mac arthur's dam Maggie Bell, by Tasmau, by Victor, winner of 36 first and champion prizes; g dam Maggie 111, by Pride of Scotland (imp.), gg dam Mnggio by Cochrane Clyde (imp.), ggg dam Jane by Dick's Jilnck Champion. Macarthur has been exhibited 35 times, has gained 32 iirst and champion prizes, 2 seconds and 1 third, all as a four year old and under—a record unbeaten by any horse in the colonies. He ia c'osely related to the most fashionable bree.l of draught horses in tha world. The full brother to his grand sire Flashwood was rpr>ently sold at the unprecedented prluo of 8000 guineas, Maciaipino'e dam Minn,*, by the celebrated Crown Prince, was Miown three tinißF, and each timo was only !i.-a!cn by her own stable companion, Prine -;s, i\ j mare that has been first wherever, nhown. A ' glai;ce at hsr prdigree, given above, will} show that she cornea from a long K.-ieofj first claes hrr.-ds, running back to the celc brated Lass of Gowrie, one of the best marcs that ever came to New Z"ala-id. Blossom, sire Viotw, p, dam Bonny, sire Prince Ch.irlie, \i« dam G>p pirn Nuiioleuri, UHg dam Gip sir« Jiiuck I'rim-p, (iui>n dam Gijj nire C'imf.- rl/ury, {ivaau, dam imported from Sydney. tool; piizn i.l the Chri 'icliUi-i h i-ihow as a iilly A'ioi.nr, I red by AIo.-si:s D.uwuii, Southland, is by Conqu'irfir, dhiii I hi l champiuii mure Dia , mon'l imported fimn by 'I'humper ■nip. fiiim Scctlimii. Vict'it' was shown »s a He ;•;■i m> it ii p:. ;),■;.-■ in tin , Hi'Uth land A. in dl' .\.-;;'i"j;i mih ;; .Slum , , As: a 'J, year old lit; giiin.'d lir.ut j>r/. -iU Scuihland iirid Du"< <>ii« .'-li;r,v>: in IK7<) tir:-t iX ton, in IHBOnr.cond at iil-o at Chn-1 cbui'cii, in JHi-j 1 . (ic-ond nt Lnesfon, in IKB2 I lit lic(";mm> and (";> ii ■•i.climch. i I SHI fir-i «i life i'-i in l'"81 fn--i hi.(l rli't.i.piiin I Ti-.iiM-: .':- :'- ■■■..,,,:,-, „,.,! £2 2 h>. I lir-i HTVur. All !ii;>.u.:, .old ur i Xi'tiaanped held as in foal. J. X X HO f-ON, Owiic. Thi Her nt (if ■ rti d,v fir trnph Itiilucii/.H .-.even; i --(I-, limi chitis, Nusa Omonh. t,'-kl in ibc. In ltd, Nmii throjits )h "Na#OL" JtsviftuoJs thiit it Ciirus. -Iv bott las, price 1/U. I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3456, 27 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3456, 27 November 1914

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