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B$ pREPABED FOB THE ELECTION. TTIROBE WHO Aitß DULY QUALIFIED, BUT WHOSE NAMES ABE NOT ON THE BOLL' HCULD REGISTER AJT ONCE. DIRECTIONS. 1. Out oat the subjoined form , x 2. Fill in on the lines marked " A " and " B " the name of the Electoral District for which yen claim, to. be, enrolled. 3. Bign your name, address, and occupation .on the lines at foot, where indicated, n the oTONnoo of an elector nkm none it ' ilrmdy #». the roll - - '■ -~ ■ ■ '■ ■ s . ,• ■ ■ j See that such doctor alsc signs, at foo of the attestation ' 6 Fill in the blanks left for day and date on the left-hand bottom conwr. 6. Deliver or post the claim to the Registration Officer . , > Mem.—Mr J. Ward, Burnett Street,' Ashburton is the Rgisttatioa OJbar far B^ngifcMv ail f>r AiVmfcu. Jlf the be marked outside " Claim to Yc*e," it will>ot require a poatege tamp, ' * \: 5 « • a % g <. ' ■ -i "s '5 . :i! i . : ■ : • ' *!{ ■ ' = : I V - I : 2 j-fi , i " " . :1 - ' | • ] . |;f • b " >■ = ji| ; ■ i "-! '1./.-'".'-...'' sif S j ::■ ««5 .: .• :• ■ :••-. ■■•■ ';i-:| - - jis -••w&i I ■ :S£ ■"-; ' 1.7 V. .". X' ".Vm';:!-:-^^-:.;;/'., , yv. ..- J -S-. < S •: jti-i ■ "\l .■•/*"■■' |L ... ..* •.-..&1. is- I ill; \" \r'^',;-iy:r"■-"''"'■" •■•■'. if 18" M I ! e?.a I I ':i . Is w jz I *3 s : :* * v i| •■ j 8 >il I li: I l -.!! . ;! :»« I n! ■' ■ 1 1 ± S 1 «s 1 fn '■ I I !■ ~T 11 »% § s n* ■! ! : i if H H « II 1? 1 I :. .::•■•• , 1-. c § * | g i : i: la. •' I I : I |J f S 1 i r |! ""'■ I If y £ v- 1313 : • : :■ $ . ift • §

CS {~\^ iD(* *'ler 2nd December, Mn Ld \J Fhilip Tiboh will ton a Mail G>6c*< from Alford Fotet.t Ho!el to Sf.rln but 5- Ki^lwtty S'atlon dally,- 'otvlnp the Form 7 ft.m, end firrlvlng fct f plD^'n*-' li fo- tbe trato to Aefcburter, il1:28 •t " "' r GR VTEFUL—C> EPPS'S "COCOA BREAKFAST. T3Y a thoiough knowledge of the| nutuaal ■*-" laws which govern the operations o digestion and nutrifioa, and by a carefu application *«f the fine properties of wel selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided ou breakfast table? with a delicately flavoure! beverege which may save fs many heay • doctor's bilk. It is by the judicious use oT ) much articles ol diet that a constitution mal: i b-i built up until strong enough to re-ist every! • endency to disease* Hundreds of subtp ; aladies 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 piopery ncurisnerod trame.—An article in the Civ Sctvice Gazette . Madosimply with boiling watero milk Sold in J-lb packate by Orocon t labellod thuß— JAMES EPPS & 00., HOMGEPATIO OH&MFST, LONDON, ENGLAND. I H. ?. GREGORY and GO. S4N IT&ANOISV7O C-AL. a»i POSTLAfiD OREGON) SYDNEY N.B.W & MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA MACHINERY ANI» GENERA^ commission mnum a and Stores in Australia', 17 Pirr Stribt, Circular Quay, Sydn*y, N.S.W., & 104 Bourke Strjkkt, Wjwt, Mklpournk, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR f. A. Fay and Co.'s Woo Workin - Machinery Frank & Co.'i Wood Working Machinery f Boult'g Variety Moulding and Dovetailing Machine . G. F. Blake Manulucturing Cc 'a SteanPumps .«- • New York Belting and Packing Co Rubber Goods •; ; Swgeant DriU Co.'f Celebrated Triumph Rock Drills E, W. Bliss' Presses, Diei and Special Machinery ■ miji,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 24 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 24 May 1890

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