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v » £i 3 PREFAEEDJFOR THE ELEC^IONv mHOSB WHO ASK DULY QDAMFUI., BDT WHOBB NAMES ABB NOT ON THB BOLL HCOLD REGISTBIc .AT ONOE. DIBEOTIONB. 1. Oat out ,; A „ d « 8 ,, the of the Electoral District for which you claim to be enrolled, t . I eSu 70S iamerSS^nd Ration on to lines at foot, where indicated. . the ox^ence of an etector <** mm « alr'eMy »n the roll .., „_. .. See that auch Hector also mgiw, at too of the attejtatkm. : 6 Fill in the blanks left for day and date on the left-htod. bottom conwr. W^" ES *■**» Ote for tatffc* ,ad .or Ml.**** th. envelop. Ijomaikea onMdo"Otatm to Vc*e," it wUI [not require • pMtg^tamp, • • • D 00 • 1 : I .2 n ;„■£. : :5 ■» o g • . 8- c 1 • £ S "*J §> IS •I I 1! ■•-■ i I 4 ' ' t ji I -''ill* i! 1 1 - -il t* ,: • !:* a !• >: : -a 00 • ■ : i- Z o ,: t» : , f; .2 EH ' j ,:p 1 1 : ' ""' '"' {• I § I 1 ! i ;! • 1 — lif B « s?.s j 1: 1 ■•■■■■■ kali « M i 1 B f '• i: • 1? i s CO i •1! f I i j 1• S S-8 .3 ii{f H '8 : ! ■IV' S * 1« N : : --. II' 1 5 I i ?P -i* i * < S I ! :■■ ! * ill ] 'J 1 ::| I • < ': • « ft " •' I |li 1 S j "* t I? 3 wSI -S : «: i: % 1 * i" I f £ v—i£l£ : ': ' "t I 3 $ : **

OS »nd after 2nd December, Me Philip Tisch will rnn a Mail Caaoh from AUotd Forett Hotel to Sprlncbaru Hallway Station dally; Jeevlnp the Forest at 7 ».m, and arriving at Sprlngbafo In im,s for the train to Ashbui'ton, llt 128 G R ATEFU L—COMFORTING EPPS'S'COCOA BREAKFAST. BY a thorough knowledge of thej nutuaal laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a ' careful application of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breakfast tables with a delicately flavourey beverage which may save cs many heavy doctor^ bills. It is by the judicious use of much articles ol diet that a constitution map bs built up untd strong enough to resist every endency to disease* Hundreds of subtlaladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well satisfied with good food and a pioperly ncurisnerod irame.—An article in the Civ Sttvice Gazette Made simply with boiling watero ? milk Bold in Mb packets by Qroeen,labelled thus— JAMES EPPS & CO., HOMCEPATIO OHfiMIST, LONDON,ENGLAND. . ■- - __, L _ ■"■ ■■ m H. P. GREGORY and CO. S&N FBANOIBOO CAL. am PORTLAND OREGON, SYDNEY N.S.W & MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA MACHINERY j ANP GENEBAju iumios wmmi s and Stores in Australia. 17 Pitt Strkkt, Circular Quay, Sydney, N.S.W., & 104 Bourki Streit, Wkst, Mklpournk, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR {. A. Fay and Co.'j Woo Workin Machinery Frank & Co.'» Wood Working Machinery Boult's Variety Moddingand Dovetailing Machine G. F. Blake Manutucturtng Co '4 Steanr Pumps New York Belting and Packing Co Rubber Good* Sergeant Drill Co.'s Celebrated Triumph Rock Drills B, W. Bliss' Presses, Dies and Special Machinery Eclipse Wind Engine Co.'s So3'.d WheeJcd Windmills Tanite Co.'s Emery Wheels an inders Sturt era and Exha a J I

1 THE BRA^TFORD STEEL BINDER SIZBa WOK SiLTJ, d , /, and 7fiOUTS. ' 0 TEifl width of O^jt, Lightnees of Dr»Oßht, Simplicity of Oonetrnotlon, Strength and Durability oJ Material rendoe it the wost Suitable Macilt? for Farmers and , Oontaactcrir, 1 EXTEAS JN QUANTITY Always Id STOCK, and Supplied et the Shortest Notfew. TW[NB,i,OIL, &o. t tor SALE."! v. QUANE~~& 00 AGENTS D. THOMAS (Late of Matson, Cox and Co ; A I'CTIONEER, Land, Insnrnnce and T&eWe Agent, Valuator, Wool and Grain r\ Broker, ishbnrton. Loans negotiated Weekly Bblos of, Live Stock ; Tinwald and Aahburton alternately, Fortnightly Sales of Pheepßkins, Fat, Hides to, on FRIDAYS Sales of Wool throughout the Season. Gralir bought and sold n Oomtnieeioo. Olearikg rales aa per arrangement. LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIBB INSURANCE COMPANY. I HAVE been appointed Agent for the above Company and am now prepared to take Bisks on Buildings, Stock, and Growing Crops at current rate*. D. THOMAS ! Ashbnrton; 1 HAVE for Sale Cheap a ROBEY, 5-Faet COMBINE, Nearly New. O Jt_ Strongly Reoommanded. P-lce £65. *■ , DT3OMAS, Ashbarfcon MUKTON AND WHITE'S HAWKE'S BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID f A CONDENSED FLUID PREPARATION FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF ALL PARASITES INFESTING BHEEP. FIRST at Canterbury A. and P. Society's Trials, 1887, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST, .pBISPABAIION. IN USE. ' TpHE growth f the wool ia much improved, and reßnita «how Highest Prices for JL clips tred with this preparation. PEICES—In Drums, 6a 6d per gallon n large quantities, 6o per gallon.. P-BlOftS—ln Oaakß, 6b per girllon;' s din large quantities. AGE ITT— D.HOMA^, ASHBURTON T AM A CASH PUBOHASEB OFj| WHEIT OATS HYEGKASB COKJ^SACKS, Etc., SUPPLIED STORAGE onGraln at Loweat Rate£ 4 'D. THOMAS ASHBORTOK. GBAIK SHiJfMENTS I AM Pteparbd to Ship Grain t* England, and' having made Batlßfaotoiy arrangements. I can place Farmers who deaire to ShJp upon the'moat favorable EYEEY ADVANTAGE TAKEN OE A rBIdE INSTEH MABKET PROMPT ACCOUNT SALES RftNDE'KISD. , n LIBERAL ADVANCE MADE S D, THOM.AS

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 3407, 22 April 1890

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