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BE PKEPABEB FOB THE ELECTION. miTOSE WHO Aj9« DULY QTTAIfIWIBI*, B¥T WHOSE NAMEJ3 AVU NOT ON TEB EOlb HCOLD RJEGISTEIc -A.T ONCE. DIRECTIONS. 1. Out oat the subjoined form , _,_, „ . ... , , . . ...iiaj' 2. Fill in on the lines marked «A " and "B " the name of the Electoral District for which you claim to be enrolled. 3. Sign your name, address, an€ occupation on *c ttnes at foot, where indicated, n the oresence of an elector whose n<*ne t* already on the roll See that such doctor also signs, at foo of the attestation 6 Fill in the blanks left for day and date on the lefMnfct bottom corner. 6. Deliver or post th« claim to theßegistration Officer „ . „ * w ♦*,„ cmvelonc Mem.—Mr J. Ward, Burnett Street, Ashbutton is the Rgistratioa Offlcac for Hangifcw*, aal for Asabartoa. J.h me envwopt be marked outside " Claim to Ve f«," it will jaot requuie a pose; tampj '' A * : s .c os ! :*■ I . I i ISJ ,' • . I 1 ! !!! it I . M ! |J 5 ': ■ ;• i:* .", "". • * g a. I :! 8 ■•£' ": ij ' 'I 1 c : :£ "5 i: :. * • . « . t 00 i : * • i: J ;: . t * • •«■« !• .. i; ■ , .• ,* B ft- j iis :i . : . \'l «" S :f| :: -| . • '-* *. 2 O :§^ -5 j: : < I | 9ft » «i| •: -5 ■ •*■! § § I ii! .1 i I 1 1 §J •! lit • . i I ■!! h fc3 5 111 • 3 ': -: - ..;:•■•■; 03 <5 i ° * •: ri : -s a : 1 1 li 8 f5 •: ': T^^ / I- I '•: 2 5 *ff« J t: i a S • I* I z I s >• s: ','5 ; -8 - • -- ■5 5 £§ if i .: : 3 i 1 « • ' ;:: • ! % I Z | ofi : - : •; | . {I , \ fill I : ;? i » '• ■ 1 £ fca E * » ; • i S . * «-|l : '!: 1 , | * :.! 1 g mOI J si ? I I.* .. I. A

TiflE BRANTFORI) STEEL BINDER SIZR» WOK SILE, ,*, /, an» 7*rCUTS. rjpßil* 1. width of "Out, Lightness of Draught, Simplicity of Construction, Strength »nd 1 JnrabiHty ll Muterl&l rondor it tbo moat Suitable Macalta for Farmers »nd Contractors, EXTEAS Jff QUANTITY Alw »y» Ip STOCK, and Supplied at the Shorieit Hotlco. TWINB^OIL. Ac, for SALE. • J. QUANE~& CO AGENTS" B. THOMAS ! of Matson, Cox akd Co.; * UCTIONEEB. liand, inßnrnnoe and Betft'e Agent, Valuator, "Wool and Gram ■A Broker, aabbnrtort. ' Loana nogoti&led. Weekly Salei of Live Stock j '"L'inwaJd and A.*hburt<m alternately, Fortnightly Sales of fbeepskms, Fat, Hides v tc. ou FRIDATB. Snles of Wool throughout the Season. Grain, bought and Bold I n OouiuaissioD. Gleaning Bales »a por srfnngement. LONDON A ND LANOASHIBB FIRE INSUBANOB COMPANY. I "HAVE beon appol nted Agent for the abova Company and am now prepared to ] take Binka on; Bni Idings, Stock, and Growing Craps at current raifis. ■ D. THOMAS Ashburton: i V HAVB for Sale < Jhetp a ROBBY", 5-Faat COMBINE, Nearly New. 0 J. Strongly Recomn w&ded, P-lce £65. _ ntl . w . a k. . L D THOMAS, Aehba rton i. ■ — ■ . ■—' ' "—' '— "" — ~~ MTJJRTON AND WHITE'S HAWKE'S BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID A OONDBNBEIX FLUI D PiIBPABATION FOR THE DESTRUCTION Of ALL i»ABA6ITJiB INFJSBTIMG BHiJEP. FIRST at Canterbury A. and I*. Society's Triali, 1887, THJi. BEST ,AND CHEAPEST jPREPABAHON IN USE. \ mRE growth f the wool ii much improved, and reaulU ahow Highest Prlcee for JL clips with this pjreparation. PRIG ES^-In X)romß, 6a 6d per gallon n large quantitios, 6s per gallon. PBIOisS—In Caeks, 6j per gallon; « din large quantities. AGENT— D.HOMAS, ASHBURTON T AM A OABH PUBOHABEB OF WHEiT OATS HYEGEASS COBJ^SACKS, Em, SUPPLIED STORAGE on'iGtaln at'Loweat Ratet v D.THOMAS ASHBORTOK. GRAIN SHIPMENTS I AM Prentred to Ship 'Grain to Eugland, and having made nthfaetoiy arr »ngem( mti. I can place Farmers who desire to Ship upon the jmostitarorable tl'Otr U', i';VER'S*fADVANTAGETAKE^OE A BldE JN TE^ , MABKET PROMPT ACOODNT SALES KENDKttKD. MADE . D. THOAkAS 4gHepßioN<

ON and after 2nd December, Mb Philip Tihoh will tan a Mail Coach horn Aliord Forebfc Holel to Sptlnabarn ; liallwiy S^tfon doily, lesvln? vhe Foreat \ at 7 a.m. aod arriving 8t SprlDgbnm In ' me for the train to Aahbucton, Iltl2B i GRATEFUL—COMFOBTING EPPS'f COCOA BREAKFAST. BY a tboxough knowledge of the* nutuaal y laws which govern the operations of digestion* and nutrition, tnd by a careful application «f the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breakfast table; with a delicately flavourey beverage which may save cs many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of. much articles oJ diet that a constitution map b- built up until strong enough to resist every endency to disease* Hundreds of subtlabdies 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 ncunsnerod lrame.—An article in the Cw Sttvite Gazette Male simply with boiling watered milk 801-J in {-Y» packets by Grooen,label]ed thue— JASTES BPPS & CO., ' HOMCEPATIO OHAMIST, * LONDON, ENGLAND. fl. ?. GREGORY and GO. SA.N FBANOIBOO CAL. An PORTLAND OREGON, SYDNEY N.SW & MELBOURNE,VIC, AUBTBALIA MACHINERY AND GENESAi, COMMISSION IWMM s and Stores in Australia;; 17 Pitt Street, Circular Quay, Sydney, N.S.W., & 104 Bourkji Street, West, Melpournb, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR I, A. Fay and Co.'s Woo Workin Machinery Frank & Co.'g Wood Woiking Machinery Boult's Variety Moulding and Dovetailing Machine G. F. Blake Manufacturing Co 'f Steaer Fumpi New York Belting and Packing Co Rubber Goodi Sergeant Drill C©,'» Celebrated Triumph Rock Drills B, W. Bliss' Preises, Dies and Special Machinery Eclipse Wind Engine Co.'s S»i;d Wktelsd Windmills Tanite Co.'s Emery Wheels an: -inders Sluit era and Exha

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2412, 28 April 1890

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