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I ■ jj FURNITURE THAT ADDS TO THE CHARM OF " ' *43£&£^ THE SUMMER HOME. . |^^^^^^| What visions of restful living €^^fcj^^^^^^L rooms, comfortable Porches, and Verandahs are conjured up by a • glance at TJKDBILL'S collection W^^^^^Mf^^^^. ' ' SEA CRASS FURNITURE, lU^^^^^^ff splendidly made—not the old ' *i!?^^^^P^^H% " RATTAIN " you have been used Kp^SSSSofj' niML.MiiUM bAne PRkMcS) iH| fll§|lK8p!ii88iwl!lBBij \ recognised the- world over as wor SqBiBBRIs iK '"' Here is a wonderful assemblage—from the little Rocker for ? the Porch to the luxurious easy chair or Wide Settee in rich Jirown or cool Green, for the ving-room or Hall. Our Windows reflect many o the pieces. Come and view them to-day. T. H. ONDEILL & CO., GENERAL FURNISHERS,... ASHBURTON ti«i ii ■■■!■!—i -mmi n—— I—m__ ,_,. I- w>^> . -— ■ lllllL^niUMMm,. ———Pf CAR PAINTING. LAS"T "AVTNQ 1 moved into my New Mo-' tot-Car and Carriage Painting 'V. ■ its. specially designed and one or „.-_,. tlie mo t upiodale^ Paint Shops in Wttß fanierbury, J am fuilv equipped for '. Pain ling Motor Ca/s and al! Classes'of Vfihicles at shortest notice*. My works • i are dust and fire-proof, with a separate ' - — of- — Varnisb Room. ■ ■ I Large Stocks of Motor Car Enamels and Varnishes always on hand. «. SALE. E- LrmGow, ASHBURTON MOTOR CAR AND • CARRIAGE PAINTING WORKS, (Right Opposite Hy. Stephenson, "~ • Auctioneer), HAVELOCK STREU" 1. Eursker Reductions all round to . >SUIT CASES, clear Goods before the workmen . ■ i " ' starf-^on Monday next. ' v^^^^v 1 ■■ ' ■' o. j quivers;-;• I \M:\l •■ (Opposite Railway Station;, ** Ar\ ' '£» 4SHBTJRTON. ' ' / NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE WTT7E STOCK THESE DESIRABLE COMPANY, LTD. TT (Established^). SUIT CAS?IS IN SIZES CAPITAL ..rZ. £1,500,000. AND QEJALITIES^ OREMTER AND WEALTHIESI a . „ _, „ a- COLONIAL COMPANY Pnce>* Compressed Fibre, Green or FIRE AND MARINE MBKS; AMO ""•" '^ *** »& 8* RISKS ON GROWING CROPS, WOOL. --^——^-..^.^.^..^.^ THRESHING MACHINES, Etc., AC- 1 S^ Z |HiwmAM£iJ CEPTED AT LOWEST CURRENT ' BH^FTBB^^WS ; .-,- n.coll .«!;. AGENT& ' ICLOTHWGraCTORTj-^ .

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8790, 10 February 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8790, 10 February 1914

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