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STUD. TO THAVEL TUG PKNINSLA. THE CARBI&GE STALLION agtoh (By Burlington—dam Gossip) ACTOR'S stock have proved themselves Good Horses. Actor will travel— Monday—Duvaucbolle and Wainui. Tuesday --Pigeon Bay. Wednesday-Little Akaloa find Okain's. Thursday—Le Bon's Bay. Paddocking at Akaroa at 2o 6dper week. Good care but no responsibility. TERMS-Season £3, Guarantee £-1 10s. Groomage ss, payable first service. H, C. DIERCK, Owner, Abtiroa JIM ALDRIDGE, . Groom in Charge. TO TRAVEL THE SFASON ON BANKS PENINSULA.. THE ROADSTER OR CARRIAGE ! &.TALLION ■ . : ! mastermmi | heaoy l By Champion Colonial, sire Rothschild; j Childe Harold 2.24, sire of Rothschild, 03terley, sire of Emperor 218.25, Li(?htfoot I 2 18,25. Era aire of Silver Boy 2.16, Viking, sire of Vi"wmont 2 24, Rita 4.58 dam of Rata , wood 2 23, and Phoenix sm. Harold (son of Hambletonian 10), sire of Maud S. 2.8, and 1,656 descendants that have gone better than 2,30

Belle'Bvigga 2.19 dam of Rotoschild Osteiv leyi Sir William, Mies* Richmond, King Harold sire of Viucent 2 25*, Young Portia dam of Voltaire 2 20i, .Nora Les 2 James Lick (son of Hambletonian 10) dam by John Nelson sire of Nerea 2.2,% Aurora 2.27, Governor Stanford 2.275. Dam Kitty by that well-known Trotting sire Victor, dam of Kitty by the blood sire Bantam MASTERMAN READY is a bsautiful bay standing 16.1, with great strength of bone, foa'ed November 1909. He has a pentec* disposition; grand action, and the strain from which he is bred gives him ability to go fast and to slay over distances. TEBMS: £3—£l payable first service, £2 Ist January, 1915 £4-Half guarantee, £2 Ist January, 1915, 5 £2 when m»re proves in foal £s—Full guarantee, payable when mare proves in foal Grooroage fee 5b payable at first survice. All mares sold or exchanged to be paid for For further particulars apply THOS. P )WELL, eroom in charge. I Headquarters, Little River Or EDGAR SMITH, Owner, Bligh's road. Papanui. TO STAND THE SEASON AT GREHAN VALLEY, AKAROA. SGOTLftHO LAD

SCOTLAND L D is a dark bay oolt; sire Mi.cAlj' n»-. dum Rlo*som: bred MoAlpin ; '. Ny dam, Minnie, Minnie sire Grown Princn, g dam Hawthorn sire iToung Banker, gs» dam Lily sire Duke of Bue'cleut'h, g-/g dum Lang of Gowrie sire Sir Benjamin, ggeg dnm Blossom sire Matchless, ggggg dam Blossom sire Black Champion Maoarthur, bred by Mr L. DugdaK Fprinufisld. Myriong, Victoria. MoArthur's sire Maobride (2987), bred by A. Montgomery, Esq., Castle Douglas, winner of first prizes at the Kilmarnock and Glasgow Shows, and numerous first prizes in Victoria. Mac arthur's sire McGr-gor (1487), one of tbe ohamgion breeding stallions in Scotland, and brother to the famous Fiashwood. Maoarthur's gg sire Darnley (222), the champion horse of h s day in Scotland. (See Scottish stud- book for further particulars.) Mac arthur's dam Maggie Bell, by Tasraan, hy Victor, winner of 8G first and champin.i prizes; g dam Maggie 111, by Pride vi Scotland limp ), gg dam Maggie by Cochrane Clyde (imp.), Rgg dam Jane by Dick's black Chamrion. Maoarthur has been exhibited 35 times, has gained 32 first 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 is olosely relpted 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. Maealpine's dam Minnie, by the celebrated Crown Prince, was shown three times, and each time was only beaten by her own stable companion, Princess, a mare that has been first wherever shown. A glance at her pedigree. .liven above, will show ihnt flho ocmes from a long line of first cl»*s hordes, running back to the cele f bru'ed L'ls-' of Gowrie, one of the best mares that ever cume to New Zealand. Blossom, em* Victor, g dam Bonny, sire. Prince Charlie, gg dam Gip siro Napoleon, gag dam Gip sire Black Prince, ggpg dam Gip "ire Cant rbury, f'gggK dam imported from Kjdncy Blossom took first p>ize nfc tf'H rb'i-•cbu> h Show as a fijly Victor, h fd b\ Mf sr- D»-.v,fon, Southland, is by (cikju' n>r. d-m the champion mare Dia' nmri't 'mp "tid Com Tasmania, by Thumper imp. from >»ml Victor was shown as a yeHiling. He guinea ii ft priz,. in the Heath land A. at d P Aweia ion's Show, As a 2 y.«r old hi* (ruin-d fi nt criz- at, Snu'bla-d '. ,<\ liv ■'••• sh ■-••- ir- 1879 fir-tf..l A:-h'-»r \ irii. i. 1880 -iCH.d at L -fs--t.).i a.l n if (IstM i' 1881 -econd nt Leeston. >n sicund hi Lees'.on and OhrUtcbnreh, i 1884 tit f.toston in 188.1 fire I; riij'J chuiupion TRBMS—£3 55 a guarrtnteo, and £2 2 fo r,HM Qfison Groomage fr r5, ~ .viibLnl., f ervi>:f. <*ll mates .-o d or >xi;hiian»ed held as in foal, J. SKBGiFON, Owner. The latest scientific rem-ay for Cough Influenza, Hevere Colds, Bronchitis, Nasa Catarrh. Cold in tbe head. Sore thrpats is "NAZOL" Its virtue is tha 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 3464, 24 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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