TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT COUE T BART 0 N FAII M, itICOAJtTON, TII E P_E E R , BRED by Captain the Hon. Stanhope Hawke; impotted by Edward Mooilhuibo, lisq.; now the property of E. Jernitigham W;ik«field, Exq. THE PEER is a large bay horse of irnmetmo power end substance, and of the very finest temper and constitution ; his running for the Chester Cup, 1858, stamped him as a first-class race-horse. THE PEKIt, bred in 1855, got by Melbourne, out of Ginizfjlla, by Touchstone ; graiuhun Brocade, by Pantaloon • great grandatn Bombnaiiie, by Thunderbolt j grentgreat grandam Delta, by Alexander Isis, by Sir Peter, &c, &c. , MELBOURNE, sire of the Peer, i.s also- the sire of Sir Tatton Sykes, winner of the St. Leger, 1846; Cymba, winner of the Oaks, 1848 ; West Australian, winner of the Derby and St. Leger, in 1853, (and sire of Summerhide, winner of the Oaks, 1859); Blinkbonny, winner of the Derby and Oaks, 1857; and Marchioness (own sister to The Peer), winner of the Oaks, 1855. ■ TOUCHSTONE, winner of the St. Leger, 1834, and sire of Cinizella, the Peer's dam. Isalsosire of the following celebrated horses:—Cotherritone, winner of 2000 Guineas and Derby, 1843; Orlando, winner of the Derby,. 1844, Sire of Peddington, winner of the Derby, 1851; Mendicant, winner of 1000 Guineas and Oaks, 1856; Surplice, winner of the St. Leger, 1848; Newrhinster, winner, of the St. Leger, 1851; and Sire of Musjid, winner of the Derby, 1859. . , The season will commence on October 15. Terms—£ls 15s.—groomage—10s.—payable on the 15th February, 1860. As Towton- leaves the provincel per steam ship Prince; Alfred, The Peer's subscription will be limited. Early application is recommended. Good paddock accommodation, and delivery will be taken of mares every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Royal Hotel Stockyards. Every care taken, but no responsibility incurred. W. E. CATOR. Sept. 26,1853. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT THE STABLES OF THE UNDERSIGNED, THE Celebrated Thorough-Bred Horse SKELETON. PEDIGEEE. " Young Skeleton" is a chestnut horse, branded C H near shoulder; was bred by Mr. Charles Hearne, and was foaled in 1843; was got by the imported horse Skeleton, out of a mare by the imported horse Steeltrap, her sire the imported horse JSgre'mont. Master Robert, the sire of Skeleton, was got by Buffa. out of Small Hopes by Scaramouch, her dam by Blank Traveller; Buffa by Pantaloon, out of a Herod mare. Pantaloon by Match'era out of Curiosity by Snap, Regulus, Brutus, Childers, (vide Stud Booh, p. 409 vol. 4>.J' Egremont by Whalebone, out of Talestres, (b.red by Mr. Glossip, in 1809), by Alexander, her dara Kival by Sir Peter out of Hornet by Drone. Manilla by Goldfinder, Mr. Goodriche's Old England mare, (vide Stud Booh, p. 310, vol. 4) (Signed) WILLIAM RUSSELL, Keeper of the Stud Book. Terms. £5 and ss. Groom. N.B.—Splendid Pad<lock» iov. receiving Mares. , JAMES RULE, . ■•■•-• Cavershatn House. . Sept. 13,1859. TO STAND THIS SEASON. AT the farm of the undersigned, the Draught Entire Horse, "PLOUGHMAN." Ploughman is six years old, was bred in Nelson and recently brought down to Canterbury. Ploughman will be at the Horse Repository every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. Season to commence Oct. Ist. Terms —£4 and 4s. groomage. For further particulars apply to THOMAS ROWLEY. Middßon, Sept. 22. : DUKE. THIS well known draught horse will stand for the season at MR. FISHER'S FARM, on the Heathcote. - Terms —£2 15s.—Groomage included. Mares taken into foal, &c. Every attention will be paid, but no responsibility incurred. TO STAND FOR THE SEASON, AT THE STABLES OF THE UNDERSIGNED, THE THOROUGHBRED ENTIRE HORSE ;MANCH E S T E R. Manchester is a fine bay horse, with black points, and unexceptionable pedigree, possessing great bone ■ and muscle. Was imported to this province by Gilbert M'Clymont, Esq., in November, 1858. Manchester was got by Emigrant, out of Miss Rubens, by Rubens, out of Jessica, l>y Wanderer, imported by Hently Senior, Esq., of Tasmania; Jessica's dam a very high, bred Buffalo mare. Manchester was foaled January 10th, 1856; is broken in to saddle; branded C.R. The season will commence on the Ist of October next. . . Terms—Five Guineas, and ss. the groom. For further particulars, spply to CHARLES TURNER, Christchurch. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT THE ARMAGH-ST. DEPOT, CHRISTCHURCH, THE COMPACT TIMOR STALLION, "M ULT U M I N PA R V O." MULTUM IN PARVO is a beautiful black; is perfectly quietj free from vico; stands 13 hands 2 inches high; and is a sure foal getter. Terms—£2 2s. each mare, payable on or before the Ist February, 18(30. Apply at tho Armagh .street Depot., . J. W. MOOR HOUSE & HOLLAND* Horse, Stock and General Commission Agents. NEW TAILORING BUSINESS. E BROOKE, Tailor, heg-s to inform the • inhabitants of Canterbury that he has commenced in the' above line, and hopes by superior fitting and workmanship, complied with moderate charges, to merit a share of their support. N.B.—TKRMS CASH. Temporary residence at Mr. J. Joyce's, Watch" maker, Danipier's Buy, Lyttelton.
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