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| FURNITURE THAT ADDS •, I TO THE CHARM OF - . THE SUMMER' HOME. ' • t^^^F^O' What visions of restful living tf^^fcfcK^?^^^' rooms, comfortable Porches, and Verandahs are conjured up-by a glance -at OTDBILL'S collection ' ; SEA GRASS FURNITURE, Wi^^^^^^ff ' splendidly made—not the old' / C^^^^^^^^^B\..^ iiAIIAJN you have been used K^^^^^^ft^' to—but the very latest in design MALACCA CANE FRAMES, BHPi^Hl^ ' recog-nised the world over as wor \ Here is a wonderful assemblage—front" the little Rocker foi the Porch to the luxurious easy chair or Wide Settee in rich .Brown or cool Green, for the ving-room or Hall. Our Windows reflect many o the pieces. Come and view them to-day. T. H. CJNDRILX. .& O , GENERAL FURNISHERS, ASHBURTON.

LAST ! - ' ! WEEK _of— SALE. Further deductions all round to clear Goods before the start on Monday next. O. J CHIVERS, (Opposite Railway Station), ■. < ASHBURTON. I , NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. (Established 1859). CAPITAL ... ... £1,600,000. OREMIER AND WEALTHIER ST COLONIAL COMPANY. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS; ALSO RISKS ON GROWING CHOPS, WOOL. THRESHING MACHINES, Etc., 'ACCEPTED AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. LI v>E STOCK INSURANCE, inclad «»B FOALING &ISKS, Etc. NIGOLL BROS., 4GENT&

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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