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BE PREPARED FOR THE ELECTION. mFOSE WHO Aiiß DULY QUALIFIED, BUT WHOSE NAMES ARE NOT ON THE ROLL' HCULD REGISTER AT- ONCE. DIRECTIONS. 1. Out out the subjoined form 2. Fill in on ttn lines marked " A " and " B " the name of the Electoral District for which you claim to be enrolled. 3. Sign your name, addie3s, and occupation on the lines at foot, where indicated, n the oresenca of an elector wtwte none is already on the ' roll Bee that such fleeter alsc signs, at foo 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 Rgiatratioa Ofbsr far Hxngitaci, aal tor ia'ibicfc)!. ' If ths Ibe marked outside "Claim to Yc*e," it willjnot require a postage tamp, !: $ | 1 : fc* i I ! I ! I ':!*• 1 3 I • £ J .fl 2 £ "^ <5 x o - '-%% i : \ * t •:S§ ; . : « :-l • : = : | I !'B*Z • • " «- :-•§ : : • c 1' s * : a a : - : ' | ■£ 35 • : « « : : . $L * 5 I 5-a JS : . : « S „. H I !|3 ! 1 : ' ' . | 3 !Z| ! :«S : 't : 4 I <J S j :fs * : 1 | 3 | ten 1 : 8 ! • * a 3 r3 5 : s & : : ? -^ P O I :a | • { : j € 2 5z ! ~5 a • : - J s 9 H ! 3* S :.; ; us r^ ' S :# 1 : JS I § S I 1S « :. : :| S 3 Os l^g - • : ■ Z I a ! *H I 1 i ill h h v 1 ® 1 . i • i c : s 2 1 ?|; • • ; « : 8S {= ! • I # a . ■! * I-.*' ! "" 1S g • ; ■ : i-s : ; ' a sg. g . : ; : ►. : 3 ; ; ii% I i i . i \s S Sj*s * : I . f : ' • pa «} t • ! ' S !i : | BS|3 : : : - ? % : g u«i^ 11 : i f I. .Is- I i ■ "i * • • ~ V> tJ • •

n r I r 3 3 /"\N »^d *f'er 2id Docembo', Mi: I \J* Philip Ti?ch will .-on a Mail 0 c ficm Alford Forebt Ho'el to Rpriri h,r< Kfiilwuy Station dolly, Ic.v'np the FFo r * 7 B.tr, and crrivrrg n*. i^p-ingl u-' •• for thb train to Aefcburirn, ili!2S GRAP3?UC—C ) EPPS'S""COCOA BREAKFAST. BY a through knowledge of thej imtu'aal laws which govern the operations o digestion and nutrition, and by a care ru application ©f the fine properties of wel selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided ou breakfast table; with a delicately flavoure beverage which may save V"> many heav doctor's bill*. It is by the judicious use o^ much arti ;les oJ diet that a constitution mal b- built v i until strong enough to resist every endency to diiease* Hundreds of fubtp alndies 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 pioper'y ncurisnerxl irame.—An article in the Civ j Sttvke Gizttle fiffadesimply with boiling watero ■« milk J->lc' ia J-lb pac"set3 by Grooora.labelJod thns— J4MEB EPPB & CO HOMCEPATIO OEiIMIST, LONDON, ENGLAND. H. ?. GREGORY aad CO. ?A.N rBAKOISv^O CAL. ahd PORTLAND OREGON, SYDNEY N.S.W & MELBOURNE, VIO % , AUSTBALJA MACHINERY AND . GENERA u commission mmm. 8 and Stores in Australia!. 17 Pitt Strikt, Circular Quay, Sydnsv, N.S.W., & 104 Bourks Strbkt, Wxst, : Mklpourne, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR f. A. Fay and Co.'s VV<x> uoikin/ 1 Machinery Frank & Co.'s Wood Working Mac-uncn Boult's Variety Moiildinj; and Dovetailiiv Maahine G. F. Blake Manufacturing Cc 'fl Steatr Pumps New York Belting and Packing Co Rubber Good* Sergeant DrlU Co.'s Celebrated Triumph Rock Drills J?, W. Bliss' Presses, Dies and Special Machinery ... • v-).,. miii

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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