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BE^&EPI&EEB FOR THE &EECTIQN. TIHOSB WHO AitK DULI QUALIFIED, BUT WHOSB NAMES ABB NOT ON THj BOLL] HCOLD REGISTER AT ONCE. • - ■. DIRECTIONS. ] 1. Out oat the subjoined form ;•'-;, 2. Fill in on the lines marked « A " and « B " the name of the Electoral District for which yen claim to be enrolled. 3. Sign your name, address, and occupation on the lines at foot, where indicated, n the oxewnce of an elector tih»as name it already #» the roll ...■".'-'•"' ' Bee that such riector alec 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 poet the claim to theßegistration Officer : . ,• - , Mbm.—Mr J. Ward, Burnett Street, Ashburton .is the Rgistratioi OBoer for R»ngiiti/!»»i tit 4. lib art )a. If the be marked outside "Claim to YcV' i* wiUJnot require a postage tamp, „. J ; ; V|* &; ! I 1 \ £'.•***• I l ! : 1 -I J-4 j . ; 4 . . ■■ 3 * i 'So •• • . • • . v . *S * «~n ■ 3 • •• £ -■ -i • "s-I j! i ! i * « ft I. log • * • fc^ 5> :■•" a 2 , : .: I * 3 I t^. ; . s.- ■ ■ " t = „ H 1 :'I I : I -:'■•:.- -j t S X I : 5I 1 1 I ' ■ tIS i :fl ? I|. a, ? I :is < 2 : ; " . ■- 2 O I :S | 3 : : ■ I 5 5 2 i £?* 2 : i *a" 3 B I I*: I r £ * 8 2*BB. : S 2 k £ O | i|| ? : i - ■■< | « • • g •■' : : . I 5 8 H 2 ? S'S 5 2 ' c 2 g 1 ft : . .^;S • ■1 I : * y ■ .' % sin : : . J ■ • " * ■ * B"3 : : 1 ! •* I I * jj "S ;; : • ' H) : • ' 1 ' * " ; I §itf i ■ i 1 i 1 S" s :il I ! , ■■■■•»■■• is lf 5 M'SJJ • .. : t. I .It- : I (J - * » - * * a? is • •

GRATEFUIr-COMFORTING. EPPS'f COCOA , BREAKFAST. ' BY a tboiougk knowledge of the" nutuaa laws which the operations o> digestion and nutrition, and by a carefu application of the fine properties of wel selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breakfast table? with a delicately flavoure beverage which may save v.s many heavF doctor's bills. It is by the judicious u?e o much articles oi diet that a constitution ma b built up until strong enough to resist every endency to di&ease* Hundieds of *ubt X al'dies are floating around us ready to rttnc wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well satisfied with gcod .'ood and a pioper y ncun:neroa irame.—An article in the Civ St.*vice Gazette Xa'esimply -with boiling watero * mi3fc Sole 1 ia 1-lfa packets by Grocera.lab^llod thus— I J\MK.B EPPP- & 00. HOMCEPATIO OHfcMiKT, LUFI'ON, ENGLAftiD LOW VITALITY-. DR CHURCHILL'S Syrup of Hypophosphite of Lime > prescribed by the faculty for the cure of Consumption, Chronic Cough and General Debility. *■ "Ft* contains two of the principal ingre_JL clients necessary for building up the Human Frame, and which are considered deficient in the above complaints, viz., • Fhosphoius 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-wide reputation. Each bottle bears Dr Churchill's signature Price, 4fr. Prepared »nly by BWANN /CHEMIST WANN VJHEMIST, Pue Castiglio Paris,

the brantford; steel binder ) fc'lZfcu WOK SIL.TS, o, ', AND 7FrOOTS. i \h£ width of Oii, Lightnfpß of/Drtaght,iSlß>p!!clty of Oontstrocucm, Strength ana I Disability yl MbtarUt render It the riost Saltablo Maeitti f;,r Farmer »n<? EXTBAS Ttf QUANTITY Awsyt ie STOCK, »cd Snjpllcd »t the 8bo?»e«t Notlfa. TWiN.^.OrL Ac, for SALIS.3 v. QUANE~-ft CO AGK N T B D> THOMAS (Lv» of Matbjn, Cox a?,» Co, 1 CTKNTIER, Land, ln-.nrnrce an I E»Ue Aijent, Taluaior, Woo! ani Grain rt Broker, ahbnrton. I,Oi.ns negotiated Weekly Nulos of Live fctoi k ; nl-i ard •A-*hburtd'n*»lttrn<»foly, Fottiiightly Snlos.of Fat, Hidoß FR IDAY^. S^li-e or Wjol throughont the be»eoo Grain bonglit and Bold ainicflioD. O't armg 'ales n pur ttti ngement. LONDON AND, LaNOABHIRB FiBB INSURANCE 00MPAN1. ILIAVS ham avpoin'od,Ageot>for tho above Company and am now prepared lo tukd Ulika no i>nildiijg», Stock, and Growing 0.-opa at oarrent rates. D. THOMAB , Aahbarton MUJaiON AND WHITE'S HAWKERS BAY BHEMP MPHJiG FLUID k OJiVDENSSI>FLDID-PJIISPARi4.Tj6N FORTBB DBSTRCCTION OJf AL tA^iaifi^-iNFISST^G bllii)EP. FIBBT at (ba»terlnjy,A. »i.d P. Socie<y'a Triali, 18b7. Till, bKdT. AND CJHSAFEST jPßtiPAttiiliON IX UJ>lfl. ; fl X grovrih f tbo, wool ia much improved, uod resultt ahow Iligbeat Prices for J_ clips trcl with tbis.prijftfttton. PRICES—Jn iDrama, 6a 6d per gallon n large qu jntltiee, 6s per gallon : P:ClO'iß— In Gaaks, 6j pir ij»Hoa ; « din large qaantitiea. D. THOMA*, ASHBURT^N *" j[ AM A OA"H PUBCHISKK'OF" ~~_ " ~"" WBEAT OATS ItYEGIiASS jiIOIUGPI on Gialn at Lowest It^tet. ": - £>. T HOMAB ; . ' ASa^JRTOK. ■I I GEAIN SHIPMENTS I AM Prepared^to**Ship Grain to England,? and having" made satisfactory arrangements, I can place Farmers vho desire^to Ship upon the most favorable foo ingi EVERY ADVANTAGE TAKEN ON A RISE IN THE MARKET. r PROMPT ACCOUNT SALES RMDimBDIJ °-^— -:'.' 1 ' -•. " LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE.} : . D.THOMAS ASHBURTON^

MITCHELT C_ fT^RNEO ITCHEL_Lj <X> 1 URNEXI) DRAPERS CLOTHIERS, etc., etc. HAVE very great pleasure in directing the attention of their numerous friends and customers to their very fine Stock of Winter Drapery, now fully opened out. BLANKETS FLANNELS '\ ' ' ' | WINTER DRESSES , ' HOISERY and GLOVES MEN'S and BOYS' OVERCOATS TWEED SUITS SHIRTS PANTS and SOX In endless variety. PRICES will bear comparison with any quotation, and as for QUALITY it is an undisputed fact that M. & T. keep a first-class article. MITOHELX C_ mURNET3 itchel_LtO6 XurneJTli ; KAIAPOIHOU SB" TAI^CRED STEEET A.SHBURTON.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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