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BE PIEPAREi* FdJt I?HE ELECTION. mHOSB WHO AaR DULY QUALIFIED, BUT WHOSB NAMES ABB NOT ON THE ROLL HCULD REGISTER AT ONCE. DIRECTIONS. 1. Out ont the subjoined form . , - ', 1 .. ' „' * L «~i 2. Fill in on th<> lines marked " A " and "B " the name of the Electoral District for which you claim to be enrolled. 3. Sign your name, address, and occupation on the lines at too*, where indicated, n the oreaance of an elector mate %avu v already $n the roll ' - , . See that such Sector also signs, at.foo of the 'attestation , . 5 Fill in the blanks left for day and date on.the left-hand bottom.comet. , 6. Deliver or post the claim to theßegistration Officer ; i „.. , ' Mem.—Mr J. Ward, Burnett Street, Aahburton is the Bsjistratioa Ofisar fjr a^agitaGi, aal l!or Artbiuim. j.H the envelopo be marked outside "Claim to Yc*e," it will [not require a poseg tamp> ■ . ■ ■ ■ .' - A ■ 1 ! ■ :5- >vr -..-:•■■■■ -5 • i ! jit ; 1 • I i : ■ * > ■ I ji! '' 1 ; T '-'I. ■ » ! ,1 sii ."' \ \ ' \ . . s?" S ' :^ » : £ : ■ i £; 2 ; :5 -S : : : S * h « •; iff ; I , ■■ -■■■■ ■■■..;/"i.V3 I :b •" : : t ■ w-; **, §-g I • • 8-s . : • :r • ■ ; : „ |,:,|.; gp; : «g.a " 5. .1 ....-.: •. . fSi o o 1 !is ": !■■•■•■! i' . ". '". ',".' J 3?' * " l"*" :* i ! ! ' ■""•■■■■ ■■■■*■■■'■■ i'-1 s s i ;H - ■ '■■■■ I- •: ■' ; ■'■*• ■»■■"■-1--: 9 'S ?J5 S : : s \ {.■■ ■ .t • s - ■ 1 . :.|«" ;.-.■! I I=B. , 1..*/. :\t *• Jig* • : ' : ■" « " ■: i' * ss§ • ••■ ■ I : j * ■" I 3 ! ill j | -'I '•■■■■ ■■■l\:

THE BRANTFORO STEEL BINDEIf 8IZ&* JCOK 81L6, J, ' /, akd 7ffrODTS, 'Hhj; width of Cit, Lightness of Dtaaght, Simplicity of Oohstrnctlon, Bt'reri£th and t DarabilHy ii Material reader It the moat Satiable Maoat&3 for Fawaerrand 0 occasion EXTRAS Jtf QUANTITY A!wayi ie STOCK, *nd Sopplied v the Shortest Notlc«, TWIN 0!, OIL Ac, for SALK.I v. QUANE~& GO AGENTS r ■■...•■-■ D. THOMAS . „ .j (Lila of Maxbon, Cox ASB| Oo^ Af CTIONKEB, Lfttd, In-nrnnee and Efitft'o Acent, Valnntor, Wool »nd Gruin Btoker, ABhbrirton. Loans negotiated Weekly Sales of Live Stock ; wtild and A<»hbur<on alternately, Fortnightly &-»les of Fbeopskitu, Fat, Hideß d FRIDAYS Sties of Wool throughout the Season. Grain bbfaght and sold mraiaslm. O^e aring Falea aa por erranßement. LONDON ANDJ LANOABHIRB PISB INBUBANOB obMPANT; lITAVE boon appointed Ageat for the above Company and am now, prepared to take Biflks on Baildingß, Stock, and Growing Crops at onrrent rale*. , , D. THOMAS 1 Ashburton. : i ' 1i BAVB fot S»ie < he»p a ROBBV, 5 Feet CUMBfNB, Neatly Pew Sironely Ueoororaaudod, P»lce £65. . , , . S D THOMAS, MtJBTON AND WHITE'S HAWKE'B BAY SttiSIBP DIPPING FLUID A OQNDENSSD FLUID, FOR TH^ffi: DBS^BUOTION OJTAL; ' pIRAWTiiB INFIDbTING BHiSEP. : ? PIBBI\ at Cantarbnry a., acd P. Sooiety'a Trial*, 1887. THE, bEST .AND OfIKAPKST IN USE. I HK. growtb f.the wool is much improvud, and re»alt« ihow Highest Prlceß for JL chpa trtd with this yrep»r»tloa. PKICES—J.n ilramß, 6s 6d per gallon n largo quantities, 6s per gallon. PJUGtiS—Io Casks, 6s per gallon ; a din large quantities. AGEyTD. THOMA q, ASHBURTON T AM A CASH PURCHABEB OF WHEiT OATS UYEOBAS3 COIiKSACCS, TiTC., SUPPLIED rfIOR\GE on Grain »t Lowest Ritet. ".D. THOMAS ASUBORTOK. GKAIK SHIPMENTS I AM Pcepaifed to Ship Grain to England, and having made eatlefettoiy arrtDgementt. I oan place Farineri who desire to Ship upon thß mQit favorable foot ft- , EVERT i>DVAKTAGRSTAKaN o^k fcldE IN T^ > MARKET' PROMPT ACCOUNr SALSB RICNDJCrtIBD, / MADfe [' ' ■ ASHBURTONi . VfJ

ON °nft »f'9P 2ad December, Mr Philip Tisch *i)l nm a JSml Choc 1 iVom Aliord Fombl fl^'el to Sprln birr Kftilwuy S atioT thily, /e»v!up (be For,e'qi 7 *.tn, and nrfivlog a*. :*p logon1 *'- If fo* tbe iraiu io Ashbiuloii, i 1"! J2B ORVTEFUL,—OM TING EPPS'S---60G0A ■•'■( BREAKFAST.. . \ BY a tboiough 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 table; with a delicately jflavourey bevewge which may save ri'many heavy doctot's bills. ■ It is by the judicious use of much articles o( diet that a constitution map bs built up until strong enough to resist every, emlency to disease* Hundreds of subtlahdies are floating around us ready to ?ttac(t wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many.a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well satisfied with good food and ai piopery nouWsnerod Irame.—An article in the Civ Setvice Gazette SPaie simply with boiling watero • milk. Sold in i-\h packets by Grocarn.iabslled.thaßJAMEB EPPB & 00,. HOMCEPATIO OH&MIST, LONDON,.ENGLAND. : H. ?. GREGORY and CO, #AN rBA#CIBv7O ,caL. anb ; POSTLAJyD OREGON, SYDNEY N.S W ii MELBOURNE, VIO., AtJSTBALJA" MACHINERY AND mrnim mmn b and Stores in Australia . 17 Pitt Strirt, Circular Quay, Sydniy, N.S.W., & 104 Bourkb Strbbt, Wkst, Mklfournk, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR f, A. Fay and Co.'« Woo VvorJcin' Machinery ' ' Frank & Co.'» Wood Working Machinery Boult's Variety Moulding and Doretailing Machine G. F. Blake MtnuthCturing Cc'* Stear Pumpi ; .1, Ncv York Belting and Packing Co Rubber Goodi Sergeant Drill Co.'s Celebrated Triumph Rock Drills B, Wt Bliss' Presses, Dieiand Specia! Machinery in d sa;'ieCo.'sSoHd«VherJt mills t

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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