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BE PBEPARED FOE THE 3BLEQTION. mHOSB WHO A^R DULY QUALIFIED, BUT WHOSE NAMES ABB NOT ON THE ROLL HOOLD REGISTER AST ONCE. DIRECTIONS. 1. Out oct the subjoined form ' 2. Fill in on the lines marked " A " and " B " the. name of the Electoral District for which yea claim to be enrolled, 3. Sign your name, address, an* occupation on the lines at foot, where indicated, o th*» oresence of an elector wheu name i$ already *n 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 corner. 6. Deliver or post the claim to the Registration Officer Mem.—Mr J. Ward, Burnett Street. Ashburton is the Bgistratiou OSfoar for Riaglbtc», *nl for A^hbirtia. I>. If the envelope be marked outside " Claim to Vc f«," it will jnot require a poseg tamp, **- i I HI ■ 7 - ■ ■ c i i :. s a I 5 1 fc ! lit 1 1 !■■ ■'••Si : lag : : : ■ . . ■- • .. ' j h* \ I 3 J ! :-| . : : s * j : :I 1 : ;- . : - | 1 ■s s ?Si i s■ ■ r | ? EH-g I ■ |1! ! !■■ 1. . . il 3Q 5 : s : : : >- g hi i : sg 2 : !r. j £ 5 pq j , «-s>. s . s ••'••.■ - , * I eg j ; M .s« • : i. , j £ B H t Jis •! s * ? W i 1« s* s : * I ' i i O O i lIS 5 • : ' ' ■ :H i W I «I fl ! I : ; * 1 0 m - 1 .* 8 S ! : | -I I I 13 "5 I HI ? i ,:: . - •• : * 1 * I" 1 5 ' j -_^ 1 i H: ? 1 ! i -i.-V. 1 : ■":• \i "\'l .5 1 & : •: • ' *-s ■•:■ "J 5 3frg •. j ? : ■' • .^ :r« o-i-so* : : » "Z •• I ll 5^ : I •: ' J : * I 111 I I i I f ': t

THE BRADFORD STEEL BINDER SIZfc M WOK Sktiv, o, *, asd 7nOUTB. • I '*!±.i! width of^O it, Li^htneeaof Draaaht, Hlmplfclty of OonntrDction, Strength »nd I Durability .- n ' MitorUl reodor it lha oioa'. Saitablo JMachlc.3 for Farmer* »nd EXTRAS lIS QUANTITY ; Aiwjyt, Ie STOCK, and fcioppiltK! (U the Shocie3t Notiow, TWINS, OIL. Ac, for SUM.) "! j. QUAM~"^ CO AGi'KIS.

Off -n,? if'or 2ad December, Mn Philip Tith *fil rnn n M»il 0 ■>»<:'■ f:imi Ai'c.-r' tforeht Bo'el to Spr'rvbut • j^i.vty ft* pi ion dwi'y, )qWhp the Fort"" 7 *.ni, nnd f.rflv nsr ft*- s p inK^o"i 'f )o~ ilie irjiHi to AshbimoM, 11+128

GftATBPUL—Otf-t TING EPPS'S "COCOA BREAKFAST. BY a tboiough knowledge of the nutuaal laws which govern the operations of 1 digestion and nutrition, and by a careful ! application of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breaklast table? with a delicately flavourey I beverage which may save ma many heavy doctot 's bills. It is by the judicious use of much articles ol diet that a constitution map b * built up until strong enough to resist every enrlency to disease* Hundreds of subtlaladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may etcape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves we. 11 satisfied with good food and a pioperiy nouiisnerod irame.—An article in the Civ Sttvice Gazette

{Lai» of Maxson, Cox anp Co., Ai CTIONKERi Land, luenrnnco and Estae A^cnt, Vftlnalor, Wool and Grain Broker, Loanß negotiated,, Weekly Falos of Live Stock : TiDwald and A«hburton alternately, B'ortni^htly Silos of Hbeeiakina, Fat, Hides .ou FRIDAYS Sales of Wool throughout the Season. Grain bought and sold Co'uimseioi. Oaring ?ales as p-r arrangement. I LONDON, AND] LANCASHIBB FIRB INSUBANOE COMPANY. ! IBAVB he^n appointed-Agent for tbe abovo Company and am how preporod to take Binka ou Bnildingß, Stook, and Growing Cropß at oorrent ra»op." I D. THOMAS ? Aahburton.- \ —. ; : , _-—~— —■ --— ' | }'A\i: U,t 6a c < heap a ROBEY, 5 Fmt COMBINE, Nearly I ew j ' S tioDnly Beooniineiided, P'loe £65. ■ " ' < D THOMAS, i

Male simply with boiling watero»mil ft 80. * i» i'lb pneksta by Grosori,labelled thus— JAMES EPPS & C0,,,f HOMCEPATIO OHfcMKST, LONDON, ENGLAND.

MUKTON AND WHITE'S \ HAVEE'B BAY j BHEEP DI^PIM fi FLIJIP ; A CONDENSED FLUID PHIPARATION FOR THE DSSTRUOHON OJT ALL PARASITE ijNFiSSTIKQ.SH^BP.. | FIKBT al Canterbury a l, and P. Society's Triala, 1887, > THK BEST AND CttSAPKST PRKPAUALION IN Utiß. i ijpHE growth f tbe wool ia muoh inoprovud, and reealts ahovr fiigheat Piioea for X clips trcd wiih tbie preparation. .; , . S IKIOES—Ju 6s 6d per gallon n large quantltlaß, 6s per gallon. : PiilC£<B—ln Casks, 6s per gallon; a dto large quantities. ' '■ I'M:< 'AGES?T— D.HOMA« } ASHBURTON r AM A CASH PDRCHABfiK OF ! WBEiT^ '■ ' ' .'• OATS ' . ; SYEGEASS CO^NBAC KS^Etc, 8U PPLIEL, bTOBAGE on Grain at Loircat R»tet ; D.THOMAS ! AsaßOßlo^.

H. ?. GREGORY aDd CO. MX PEAKOIBOO CAL. ahb POBTLAXJB OREGON, SYDEEY K.BW k MELBOURNE* VIC., , ,aUBTBALU MACHINERY ANP tiMliU IlifiAffi s and Stores in Australia . 17 Pitt Street, Circular Quay, Sydney, N.5.W,,& 104 Bourke Strbkt, W«st, Mxlpourne, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR j. A. Fay and Co.'s IVco \Yorkuv Machinery FnuaJcfe Co.'s Wood WorkiDg Machinery Bout's Variety Modeling and Dovetailing Machine G. F. Blake Manutuciuriag Cn '« Steaor Pumps Net? Voric Belting and Pack ice Co Rubber Good* Sergeant Drill Co.'« Celebrated Triumph Rock Drills g, w, Bliss' Presses, Diesaod Special jilachinery Wind FogineCc's Sol.d xVhen» p4 mills

GKAIK iSHii'MENTS XAM Prepared to Ship Grain to England, and having made aatlafaotory ftrr»cg6meal6,l can pl&ce I'arujorß who dtsaue to Ship upon the meat favorable i£\ itSS;^D7AKTAGK JT^f =oEj^ KMB IN.T£3 r^ MARKET PROMPT ACOOtNT SALES B'^NDltlllCD. i ■' - vIIiEEALADVANOES MADE O. ■THOMAS ' ASHBPRTONi

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2425, 9 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2425, 9 May 1890

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