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BE PREPARED FOR THE ELECTION. fpHOSB WHO AjtK DUL? QUALIFIED, BUT WHOSE NAMES ABB NOT ;ON THE BOLL; HCULD . ' f^EiaiSTElc AT ONOte. DIRECTIONS. 1. Oat ost the subjoined form ' - 2. Fill in on the lines marked " A " and "B " the name of the Electoral District for rhich yea claim to be enrolled, 3. Sign your name, address, and occupation on the lines at foot, where indicated, n tb» oretence of an eleotor whote none in already on the rail . • ; Bee that such elector alee signs, at too 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, Ashborton is the Bgistratioa ofloat far EUagiuv *il far AiViirfcii, If the be marked outride "Claim to Vc+e," it will [not require a postage Wunpi i I S5 -S - " ' 1 I s*i I i I :' VIC > i • 5 v * J • ' S ' i :." a : •! : - _ , § ■l \U \ \ \ > ■■{ ■ Ii ) :•« § : • \ ; > . v • 8. .8.----s . !*! ! I ■■•«■■ '"■•■ •■■l-i' cr H I :p 1 .!* ! . • •• " ' 'I l* , o *•* • :• I : ; • : ■ : - - • • 4 a S . -tl : : • ' , I 1 | 3 ||i ! ! I ' !.} gO ] 'Si \ ■ i \ : 5 B | j SS* j : : Si IS I p! I I ;! f f °o i 111; i ! I . *-5. § a 1 ill,', 1 ■■■ ■ I i I g C 1 -a * * ' r fi ••!•■■«•- 55 ■ 3 I l"8^ : I • i S 2 . : |.. « 2 a s ► : : : . —*—^ \ s : | . s s : : i s . t « : ■-■ ■5 II"? : : ■; I-s s " ! \tl ! ! ! * II ill 5- : ' : 1 :" a A *Sl* i ■, ■: ■■' ■» \e' g -H^ll -I •£ -i | ; J | j I ; GRATEFUL—COMFORTING. " * "~"^^ ~ —2 '' — wwrrnrni THE brantfobo steel binder application of the fine properties of wel -rr-crn.-n a o r-i-T /vm Timrmw selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided ou d ' £Xj KAB UN QUAjNTITT bb^ h c ? »tt^ 1* 'Ji^^Srss, 1!">?* ••s<rocK '» A S°^M " "■• »«•-» »•*•.• doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use o TWINU.^OTj. da., fo' SALE.Q much articles of diet that a constitution m a -——___ b- built up until strong enough to resist every 2 IHII^IMr n *!/> i endency to diiease- Hundreds of sub»; U. UUASflll & CU al.idies are floating rround us ready to af'^c 14 ", -< _^ _ wherever there is a. weak point. W e ma y ' ACixL IS JL S escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well satisfied with'gcod food am 1, a pio-'er'y ——- — —— .__ nrur'cnercci Jrame.—An arlic'.j i n the Civ ~~ Stivice Gazette M a 'c simply with boiang watero - mJIk Bold la i-lb paokats bT, Qroc^i-sJabGllad thr.sJ\MFB SPPP. * CO.. -...*-' ' ' OOM(EP'.TIO OFIf.MI^T, F). THOMAK LOiiroN, BNfILAISD. XJm AIV/iUii O <Lut» o^ MiTßoy, Cox aji» Co t j A l CT'^'^Elt. /jftnd, Tmorrnce and Bstii'o Acent, Vftlnalor, Wool hud Gru'm lOW VITI S ITV Broker, ishbartcn. . ■ .oans ne/»otiftffd Weekly Pales of Live Stork ; i-iSlf ffllnLllf. fil^ /*hbur<on alttrn»?«J>, ForiDijjhtly SMea of Fat, Hides FRIDAYS Sxlfji of Wool tbioughont ihe b'e&son. Grain bought and sold DR CHURCHILL'S Kini*Biou. Oiraring rale* M per crrcßßeraent. Syrup of Hypophosphite of Lime prescribed by the faculty for the cure of Consumption, ——-■ ■ Chronic Cough and General Debility. LONDON AND LAMCA6HIBB FIBB INSUBANOB OOMPANI. It contains two of the principal ingre- T I["^ ViL h, <nQ a PP°int°d Agent for the above Company and am now piepared to clients necessary for building up the L fc:iko Kl"kn on Bmldinga, Sdsetr, and Growing Grope at current rates i Human Frame, and which are considered ' . , D« THOMAS ; leficient in the cibore complaints, viz., « -- ' ' ■ g Aahbnrton :■ I'hosphotus and Lime. It cannot be too -w- TT x> rr. t\ ■* a tvt Tk w f<T Irnt? ii ' lighly recommended for Delicat ChUdre MUxCI UJ> AJN D W illi ii'B • Dr ChurchiU's Compound Syrup o t HAfWKE JBB A; V; :^\ , - ; , .^^ HYPOI>HOSPHITES SHEEP .DiIPPIM'G Rlityit) :' ' real Brain Food, and in cases of; A OOND.TSNSBD FLUID -PKEPAK ATJQN FOR TH^Si^^CnpN Olf AL, ; Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion has, PARASITE'INFISSTING aUxsis'i'.' ' '"■'"'• ■'-•" acquired a world-wide reputation. Each ... •■ * _^ bottle bears Dr Churchill s signature FIKBT at OahterlW .A: aLd P. Society* Trial*, 1887. Price, 4fr. \ TUii: a i»EaT ANJ) Ot£»s!Ai'AS 1E ; i'RiiPAUAiiON 1H UoE. Prepared enly by growth f tbe wool la much' iraprov*d, end teanllt thorn Eigheat Pricet for owann nHEMIST ■*■ cUl)8 lred with tbie prep%ratfOQ* OWANN V^HEMIST, PUICES—In Drams, 6a 6d per gallon n largo quantltieß, 6s per gallon Pue Castiglio Paris, PllIO&S— InCaoks, 6* per (t«Uon; 0d la large quantities. * A.CJENT— s. • * D. TfiOMA*. : ' ASHBUBTON MITCHELX %r T URNE T^ itchelJLj 025 IuRNEn . . . . .—— I AM A OA^H FUKCHABMt OF DRAPERS CLOTHIERS, 1 WHSA.T etc., etc. OATS __ OTEOBASS HAVE very great pleasure in direct- COtKSACKSj Etc., SUPPLIED ing the attention of their numerous ———. friends and customers to their very fine s*7O»AGS W Qc»lk at Loweet R-tIM. Stock of Winter Drapery, now fully „ , . openedout. ___ J)^ THOMAS BLANKETS ASUBORTOK. FLANNELS | WINTER DRESSES HOISERY and GLOVES _ . „ MEN'S and BOYS' OVERCOATS GKAIN SHIPMENTS TWEED SUITS ——- SHIRTS T AM Prepared^to"Ship Grain to England,? arid having" made" satisfactory I arrangements, I can placa Farmers who desire'to Bhip upon th« most favorable PANTS and SOX . foo ing, In endless variety. PRICES iwill EVERY ADVAJN'I AGE TAKEN ON A RISE IN bear comparison with any quota- n ITT? MAT? I^FT tion, and as for QUALITY. , ***& MAKKHI. it is an undisputed fact that M. &T. keep a - ' o ■ first-class article. ; • PROMPT ACCOUNT SALES RENDERED}] . ■ '-. J 0 r',u': ■ liT-ITCHELT (^.rnURNE-O JMLrrCHELj-J 06 XURNEXi LIBERAL ADVANCES(MADE.| i. KAIAPO I HOUSE' jy j HOMAS TANCRED BTEEET ; ; ASHBURTON , KSHBURTON. »

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 9 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 9 June 1890

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