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STUD. TO. TRAVEL THE PENINSLA. ' THE CARRIAGE STALTJON | AGTdfl \ (By Burlington—dam Gossip) i „ ACTOB'S stock have proved themselves s Good Horses. Actor will travel— | Monday—Duvaucholie and Wainui. Tuesday—Pigeon Bay. Wednesday—Little Akaloa and Okain's, Thursday—Le Bon's Bay. Paddocking at Akaroa at 2s Gd per week. Good care but no responsibility. TERMS-Season £3, Guarantee £-i 10s, Groomage 53, payable first service. H. C, DIEECK, Owner, Akaroa JIM ALDRIDGB, j Groom in Charge. TO TRAVEL THE SEASON ON BANKS PENINSULA. THE 11OADSTER OR CARRIAGE STALLION j By Champion Colonial, sire l Childe Harold 2.24, sire of Rothschild, ! Osterley, sire of Emperor 2.18.25. Lightfcot I 2.18.25. Era sire of Silver Boy 2.10, Viking, ' eire o( Vi«wmont 2 2i, Rita 4.58 dam of Eata wood 2.23, ond Phoenix sm, Harold (xon of Hembletonian 10). Piro of Maud S. 2.8, and 1,050 descendants that have gone better than I 2,30 I Belle'Briggs 2.19 dam of Eoto-child Oster--I Sir William, Misb Richmond, King Harold sire of Vincent 2 Young Portia clam of Voltaire 2 20J, Nora Lee 2 29.1, James Lick (son of Hambletonian 10) dam by John Nelson sire of Ne'ea 2.23J, Aurora 2.27, Governor Stanford 2 27£. Dam Kitty by that well-known Trotting Eire Victor, dam of Kitty by the blood sire Bantam MASTERMAN READY is a beautiful bay Etanding 16.1, with great strength of 1 bone, foaW November 1909. He hag a per,----1 feet disposition; grand action, and the strain I from whioh he is bred gives him ability to go [ fast and to stay over distances. TE! MS: I £3—£l payable first service, £2 Ist January, . 1915 £4-Half guarantee, £2 Ist January, 1915, £2 when mure proves in foal i £s—Full guarantee, payable when mare j proves-in foal ' Groomage fee 5a payable at first service. All mares sold or exchanged to be paid for For further particulars apply THOS. P WELL, pmoni in charge. Headquarters, Little River Or EDGAR SMITH, 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 McAlpinp, by Mac Arthur, dam Minnie, Minnie fire Crown Princfl, g dam Hawthorn sire Younp; Banker, gg dam Lily siro Duke of Buccleuph, gt'g dam Lass of Gowrie sire Sir Benjamin, ggpg dnm Blossom sira Matchless, ggfjgg dam Blossom sire Black Champion. Macartbur, bred by Mr L. Dugdnle, Sprint'field. Myrinng, Victoria. Me Arthur's sire Macbride (2987), bred by A. Montgomery, Esq., Ca<tle Douylas, winner of first prizes at the Kilm.'rnock and Glasgow Shows, and numerous first prizes in Victoria. Mac j arthur's sire McGrgnr (1487), one of the chamgion breeding stallions in Scotland, and brother to th* famous Fashwood. Mao- , arthur's pg sire Darnley (222), the ohampion horse of h s day in Scotland, (See Soottish stud book for further particulars) Mac arthur's dam Maggie Bell, by Tasman, by Victor, winner of 3G first and champion prizee; g dam Mapgie 111, by Pride of Scotland (imp ), gg dam Maggie by Cochrane ''lyde (imp.), ggg dam Jar>e by Dick's Blnck Cham) ion. Macarthnr has been exhibited 35 times, has gainpd 32 first nnd champion prizes, 2 seconds arid 1 third, all us a four j year old and under—a record unbeaten by •my h'irse in the colonies, He is eli'sel'v related to the most fashionable breed of draught horses in the world, The full brother to b:s grand sira Flashwood wr.3 recently fold at the unprecedented price of 8000 guineas. Macalpine's dam Minnie, by ihe celebrated Crown Prince, wa-* shown ( , three time?, and oach time was only beaten r by her own stable companion, i'rincess, a mine that ha,B been fir-t wherever shown, A r glance at h"r p 1 dit;ree. ,;>iven above, will j show that she comes from a inng line of first olmhs h"r=es. running back to the oele , bra'.ed Lasn of Gowrif;, one of t.ho best roarer, that ever enme to New /,-'aland. Blossom, sire Victor, g dam Bouny, sire Prince Charlie, gg dam Gip sire Napoleon, gKg dam Gip sire Black Prince, puprg dam T Gip sire Canterbury, egggg dam imported « from Sydney. Blossom took {irst priaa at the Show us a filly. Victor, Mcd by Messrs Da>»*nn, Southland, is by nnquernr, dnm tho champion mare Diamnri't imported from Tasmania, by Thumper mp. from Scotland Victor was shown us a yearling. He gained (Ist priz>! in the Seuth land A. and P Assonia ion's Snow, As a 2 r, year old be gained first priz-; at Southland Ht'd Du"pHin Shows in 1879 first at Ashbur tnn, in 1880 second at Lteston also atChrist church, in 1881 second nt Lceston, iv Iy8i) second at L,eeston fintl Oriristchnrch, i<. • first at Leoalnn in IBtil first and chnnipion TERMS—£3 3.s g'lunintee, and £2 2-> for the s u iißon. Groomaga fee ,">-■, pnynble at j first service, All mares soUl or Piichaanpod held as in foal. J. SERGISON, Owner. The liitest pcientfic rcm>ciy for Cough Influenza, Unvere Colds, Bronchitis, Nasa Catorrh, Cold in the head, Sore throats, is "NAZOL" Its virtue is tha it Cures. In bottles, price 1/ti. j

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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