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BIffitEPJdRED FOR THE IBIMQK TOKOSE WHO AaK DULI QUALIFIED, BUT WHOSE NAMES ABB NOT ON THfl BOLL} HCOLD REGISTER AJT ONCE. DIRECTIONS. 1. Out oat the subjoined form 2. Fill in on tlw lines marked " A " and "B" the name of the Electoral District for which yon claim to be enrolled, 3. Sign your name, address, and occupation on the lines at foot, where indicated n th» presence of an elector nhote name it ilready on the roll See that each doctor 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 R^iatratioa Olhar for Raagi w\ t \i\ Jj? inlurtxi. If the ie marked outaide "Claim to Ye*e,'' it willjuot requir c , po 9tage tamp, • • « <* I i*-l I I 1 I ! ? • « {*• *"* ® ** ? :l| : : \ * I ■■ ::ai: ; ok : . •-« a . • : : * & I I 9 "* • • ! 3*" I • iss 5 : i s s : :*« | : : g » f #-£5 * i • " l •' •»a : : 5 . 4 s. S 1 •* I ■ • : i ' 5 -* S o X ,:*S : : : | | a a ! -.iU .iii :{ as I »is i ■ ■ a 3 l!i ■ ! : ! * S § n I sgs | : * i s * i i!i l i r i v- } d 3 » l}« ,5 ! ! ■ 1 i I 3 I- I«a i ■ i ■■■!■. ! 2 ■i i a « Ss k : : : — J s ■ : '. r I Jr { : t 9 II .1 ! ! «=2 ! t * li ° I « £ : : • 1 * * ! lill lii ;il IJ ?! I i I . U !

I GRATEFUL—COMFORTING, EPPS'S "COCOA ; BREAKFAST. BY a tboiough knowledge of the 7 nutuaa' laws which govern the operations ox digestion and nutrition, and by a carefu application of the fine properties of wel selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breakfast tables with a delicately flavoure beverpge which may save vs many heav* rfoctor^ bills. It is by the judicious use o •nuch articles ol diet that a constitution ma , b built up until strong enough to resist every endency to di&ease* Hundreds of subu al-dies are floating around us ready to cttac wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well satisfied with gcod food end a p>oper'y nrurmerod lrame.— An article in the Civ SttvUf Gazette Ma-* c simply with boiling watero^ mil k MM it }-lb packets by Growfa.l.'ibslled thns— . JVMKB EPPR & CO.. HOMGEP\TIO OIUMIPT, LONDON,ENGLAKD LOW VITALITY DR CHURCHILL'S Syrup of Hypophospliite of Lime prescribed by the faculty for the cure of Consumption, Chronic Cough and General Debility. It contains two of the principal ingredients necessary for building up the Human Frame, and which are considered deficient in the above complaints, viz., hosphotus and Lime. It cannot be too highly recommended for Delicat Childre Dr Churchill's Compound Syrup o HYPOPHOSPHITES Is real Brain Food, and in cases of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion has acquired a world-wid© reputation. Each bottle bears Dr Churchill's signature Price, 4fr. Prepared only fay BWANN C\ HE MIST WANN \J HE MIST, Pue Castlglio Paris. John 6. Restell, , GEInERAL MERCHANT WEST STREET, .ASHBTJBTON HAS now in Stock, and is prepared to sell at Lowest Current Rates, — Building Material of all descriptions, consisting of— Red and White PINES Boards and Scantlings, BlackPINE, i TOTARA, ' KAURI Shelvings, Lining and" Flooring. V.D.L. Timber for Bridge Work, also for Hurdle and Gate-making. sft and 6ft PALINGS. Galvanised IRON, Lysaght's Orb, the best Iron manufactured, CEMENT, LIME, etc., WIRE, Barbed and Plain, and Fencing Staples, Posts, Stakes, Strainers. co"al Best NEWCASTLE, COALBROOKDALE, And MOUNT SOMERS. Horse Feed—OATS, whole OATS, crushed Oaten Sheaf CHAFF, Bran, etc, Also, — Sharps for Pig Feed, and a quantity of Barley, whole or crushed. , STATION AND FARM STORES, Consisting of Sugar, Candles, and Groceries, in who c sale lots, and the Celebrated CEYLON AND INDIAN TEA In its imported state Not Blended, i

THE BRANTFORI) STEEL BINDER SlZfc* KOK »\LC, o, , and 7#rODTS. j width of Chf, LightnePß nf Draaght, SlroplcHy of Oonstrootion, Strcntth ano l Darubillty )l Mnorl»! render It tho most Sohablo Maehlts for Farxore »ad CoQtr&ctcs'fc EXTK.AS T2ST QUANTITY Aiwsyt 1p STOCK, md Scfpllcd at the Shorted Nolle, TWINB...OTL Ac, for SALE.?] j. quaFe~& co j AGENTS D. THOMA& (La'e of Mixsok, Cox *'<& Co, \l CTM NEER, Lhiid, Itenmnco and E^tJi'e Ai>ent, Tft'oaior, Wool tad Grain Broker, 'a 1 LnrtOD. / obds m-gotiftlrd Weekly P&lo* cf Live Stock { rid ard A<>hburion al'tmately, Fortnightly Sales of foeepßVrjß, Fat, Hides FRIDAY'^ Sclfß'pf Wool tlTougho'nt iho Reason Grain bongbt acd cold 1 minifaion. 0 raring ales as pr arrangement. I —: —— — r LONDON AND LANCASBIB B FIRB INSURANCE COMPANT. i r iIAVKi b& n&ppoir.iod Agent for tbe above atd am now prepared lo t'-.ko Hluke on iJnildluvß. Suck, and browlcg Crops ft* current rues. ' D. THOMAS Ashburton. MUBX.ON AO Will TE' ■» HAfKE'B BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID \ OOKDET'JoKD FI.UID PREPARATION fOR THE DESTRCOMOHf OtT AL PAKA6ITE3 IJSFByTIRQ SUiiEP. FIH9T a! CiwUrLniy a, «dcl P. Sooia.ty't Triali, 1887. '. TJ< bifiSr >'KD GU&AFAJiT FRaPAJiAUUN 1H UiK. UK growth f tbo woQlfe much Improved, isa'l rcialta show iliffheat Pricea for I. - clips tred wivh tbiw orop»T»tloa. PKIOES—Jn rh-uma, 6s 6d per gallon n large quantities, 5« per gallon. Pk10&3~ In Casks. 61 p?r eollon ; « din hrge qaamltiet. AfiEfJr— D. THPMA*, ASHB^RYON I AM A CASH P'JBCHASBROF I WHEIT OATS RYEOKASS CO'i JS TBACECB, T'tc, SUPPLIED ;S!OR\GS on Orsin etL*wt?t Ratet, D. IHOMAS ' ASHBCJRTOK. GhRAIN SHIPMENTS lAM Prepared ' to' Ship Grain to England/and havingrmade satisfactory arrangements, I can place Farmers who desire^to Ship upon the most favorable foo ingi EVERY AD VAN 1 AGE 7AREN\ON A RISE IN 7HE MARKET. O— — PROMPT ACCOUNT SALES RENDERED^ LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE.| D THOMASASHBURTON

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 6 June 1890

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