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BE PBEPAKEB FOB THE SLEGTION. mHOSB WHO Arfß DULY QUAMFIBD, Birr WHOSE NAMES ARE NOI! ON, pfE BOTiL' HOULD REGISTER JLT ONCE. r DIRECTIONS. : 1. Oat oat the subjoined form ... 2. Fill in on the lines marked "A " and "B" the name of the Electoral District for whioh yon claim to be enrolled. . . 3. Sign your name, address, and occupation on.fche lines at foot, where indicated, n the oresenoe of an elector wAo*» name 'ft already #» the roll ' \ . ■••,-, , ■■ , See that such Sector also signs, at too of the attestation ■ - . < 5 Fill in the blanks left for day and date on the left-hand bottom conw. . 6. Deliver or post the claim to theßegistratioa Officer , ' s Mem.—Mr J. Ward, Bnrnett Street, Ashburtoa is the Bgisfcratioa OHoer for Raagitacj, ani for Alhbarfcoa.^.H the eavelope be marked outside ° Claim to Yc*e," it will [not reqnire ft poaeg tamp> . ■ • • * • <s as . o ' ' o* • ■ ■■ nf 1 ■ ■*'■■■' -ti '■ -■■ l!■ | :«3 : : : |. -s I3| ? i . ■....:.! - t'i Ss 1 !l§ I .1" •■ --li ■■ H . :«- : :.. "I. :, ' . I;: 2 < s :.fi i ■! . ■ ' •'* 1 So i :s » : : •: Is SO : ,«s 2 i- ; 5" 6 £5 sfl§l • : ': :5 ' ... ■• 4-s 9S . .ji; i ] ;i .. -■. ii » « !■ J*l i \ I" ■■■ J.< ° P 1 !|I ! 1 ': * z R 5 S| h • : i. ■ jt■ • ■ »*_ s •b Igi- in: i i r i li i-*j a"8 -* i : t : 352 3** S 5 ' Ig N i • I"'--!: ._ « * •• 1 I 1 &-S.I !- I I : ° ' ■ 1 'fc -'iS ■ 3 {1l " i •":■■ ■ ■** ■• i." | Ili,. j i !. 1 |.« •f g.s S • : : :!, 1 . . '• « t gl?s :: : i J - : 5«-n-s ! : 1. S :i £ w-4J-\j- : : •; I 1 & ■: -g

TEE BRANTPORI). STEEL BINDER SlZfeb WOK SIL.W, o, <', and 7w OUTS. Tlß.£ width of Pit, Lightneesof Draught, Simplicity of OoDitrnoUon, Strength and 1 DarabtlUy of Material render It tha moat Soitablo Maehlc.3 for Farmorc »n<J Oontractv>et BZTBAS IIS" QUANTITY ilwayt io STOCK, and Supplied at the Shortest NolJoa, TWrNG^OIL. &c., for SALE. 1 d. quahT"a co AGENTS B. THOMAS (Lala of Matson, Coi and Co.; 4 rCTIONEER, Land, lnaurnnco and Esta'e Agent, Valuator, Wool and Grain _\, Broker,. &.ahburtoa. Loans negotiated. Weekly Bales of Live Stock ; i'inwald and Aahburtoa allornately, Fortnightly Sales of r'beepakinß, Fat, Hides c, on PSIDAYd. Sales of Wool throughout the beasoa, Grain^ bought and .sold, Commission. Clearing tales aa por arcangemeht. '• ' ' , ' " LONDON AND LANOASHIBB FIRB INSURANCE COMPANY. I HAVE baan appointed Agent for the above, Company and am now prepared to tike Biskii oa Baildiagßj Stock, and Growing Cro^e at current ratee. D. THOMAS - Aehburton i , ; _.' i \ BAVB for 8»!e « ho«p a BOBBY, 5 Fact COMBINE, Nearly N J_ Strongly Kecominebded, P»lce £65. p THOMAS, MUST OK AND WHITE'S HAWK EMS BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID A CONDENSED FLUID PREPARATION FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF ALL PARIBITJiS INFESTING BH£EP. . j FIBST at Canterbury A. and P. Society's Triali, 1887. TfIELBEST AND OfIEAPEST JPRSPABAIION IN Usk r^^HE growth f the wool ia much improved, and result* »hovr Highest Prices for X. dips trod with this preparation. PRICES—In Drams, 6a Gd per gallon n large quantities, 6s per galloa, PBlOfiS— Iv Casks, 6s per gallon ; s din large quantities, AGEJiTT— D.HOMAS, ABHBUBTON 1 ■ T AM A OABH PUBOHABER OF WHEA.T * O^TS UYEGBASS COKKBACKS, Etc., SUPPLIED dTOIUGE on Grain «t Lowest Rite*. D.THOMAS ASHBOBTOK. __ 1J ; ; __i V GBAIB BairMENTS I AM Prepaibd to Ship Orftln to England, and! having made latWaotoiy »tr»ngementa. I caa place Farmer* who deeire to Ship upon the moat favorable foot giVEBY ADVANTAGE TAKEN OE k BWE IN TES MAEKIT PROMPT ACOODNT SALES BWNDJi'HKD. Liberal advances made 44»iiBDRTONi

ON »nd after 2nd December, Me Philip Tibch will rnn a Mail Ooaob f\om Alfoid Forebt Hotel to SprinebonKallway Station dally, leavln? the Forest at 7 ».m, and arriving nt SprlDgborn In me for the train to Ashbnrton, Iltl2B GRArEFUL-COMFOBTING EPPS'S'COCOA BREAKFAST. BY a thorough knowledge of the 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 bever£»£e which may save ".5 many heavy doctoi's bills.' It is by the judicious use of much articles ot diet that a constitution map hi built up until strong enough to resist every endency to disease* Hundreds of subtl- 1 ahdies 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 trame.—An article in the Civ Service Gazette \ Made simply with boiling watero - milk! Sold in £-lb packets by Grocors.lftbelled fch^e— JAMES EPPS & 00., HOMCEPATIO OHfiMTST, LONDON, ENGLAND. H. ?. GREGORY and CO, SAN FBANOIBCO CAL. m PORTLAND OREGON, SYDNEY N.B,W h MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA MACHINERY AND hum wmmi s and Stores in Australia . 17 Pitt Strkkt, Circular Quay, Sydney, N.S.W., & 104 Bourke Strbbt, Wist, MW/POurns, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR ], A. Fay and Co.'s Woo Yvorkin Machinery Frank & Co.'s Wood Working Machinery Boult's Variety Moulding and Dovetailing Maobine G. F. Blake Manufacturing Co 'a Steao* Pumps ' NeT? York Belting and Packing Co Rubber Goods Sergeant Drill Co.'s Celebrated Triumph , Rock Drills . j B. W. Bliss' Presses, Dies and Special Machinery Eclipse Wind Engine Co. 'sSoJUI Windmills Taoite Co.'» Envery Wheels an inders Stuit erg *nd Kxha ..

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890

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