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FURNITURE THAT ADDS •-^"^TV^ TO THE CHARM OF . ' Jfft"' THE SUMMER HOME. l^^^^^^l What visions of restful living f^^^A^^^W^^^ rooms, comfortable Porches, and \3fcir ? Verandahs are conjured up by : <^IPIIC glance at UJSTDRILL'S collection . Wf^f^^^ffm^^L. SEA CRASS ' FURNITURE, I! splendidly made—not the old 4ftHNHPK^& " RATTAN » you have been used ' '■ to—but the very latest in design i?T '^^^y£JM% ■ MALACCA CANE FRAMES, llttEsiSHßr recognised the world over as wor slpßiißßßßHiiWiP^ Here is a wonderful assemblage—from the little Rocker for the i'orcn to the luxurious easy chair or Wide. Settee in rich ±$rown or cool Green, for the ving-room or Hall. Our Windows reflect many o the pieces. Come and viww them to-day. T. H. ONDRILL & 'C, g_E*ERAL FURNISHERS,'..; ASHSURTON. SOYS' .SUITS. LAST Further Jieductions all round to . plripiill ■ : flear Goods before the workuieu Wm start-on' Monday nest. , - ll^^l '' '' "v _^ The Derby Suit t- • ■ WK HAVE OUST OPENED out a tJ. J CHIVERS, * 'BOYS' DEHBY SUITS, " Xri All bJi^es. . '- (Opposite Railway Station), r— ~-—^s=s«sssti^_-^^ S ia -* L ABHBURTQN. > 1 IW^mf^^B CAR PAINTING. ' jGLOTONGFACTORyJI TTAVING- moved into my New Mo- *~" • " • V -to s£Zn &nd * ■P«T'«W»- PfciaMn* NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE the mo? up o yd a r^L an «>, On* ?' COMPANY, LTD. H^^^i^s^fi CAPITAL •••-• £i 'sw'owLarge Sfefcks of Motor Car Enamek COLONIAL COMPANY. c 7177 wool.. , • MTHGOW, THRESHING MACHINES, Bto. t '*& ASHBURTON MOTJOR par m CEPTED AT LOWEST CURRENT* CARRIAGE PaSg WORK? RATEB> (Right Opposite fly. Stephens^ ' Ll/1 STOCK INSURANCE, molod. Auctioneer), ' »ng FOALING RISKS, Eto. HiVEwca me NICOLL tRO - Bi _ ABEHJX

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8802, 24 February 1914

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8802, 24 February 1914