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PHCENIX ROOFING. THE BEST MATERIAL FOR fOTOR SHEDS, STABLES, and FARM BUILDINGS. . ' '■■■ THIS is the best Ready-to-Lay Hoofing it is possible to pro-" ' duce. It "is; tough, durable, and weather-proof.; won't dry.out . with the sun, nor split nor crack. It is made of the Finest - Natural Asphalt combined with .tough materials to form a ' roofing unaffected by age or weather. Sparks will not ignite ' it so that <it in as safe as an iron or tile roof. It is easy to lay, and once securely cemented and nailed it is a permanent roof of some beauty—especially when pointed. Any handy man can lay the PHCENIX ROOF—full directions on each roll, and all fixin materials included. It can be used on flat or steep roofs with satisfactory repklub—without special tools. PRICE—4Ss for ?9 Sq. Feet. Complete with Nail and Cement. JOHN ORR & CO. HARDWARE MERCHANTS. East Street. ('Phone 42). Ashburton. MAY 20th A Red Letter Day, Our previous advertisement told you we vrore going to save you money, and that it would pay you to watch i 4)ur advertising space. Money-Saver Number One. is that on and after the abov date, OTTR GARAGE IS FREE to all comers. There will be no Heed for you to Garage your Car under the trees in Main Street—Treat your car like a racehorse, consider the tyres and paint work. Standing in the sun and wind all day ruins your car, the dust gets into the paint and makes the bodywork look like sand-paper. Besides this, your tyres are . standing on ground that is unfavourable to the life of thb ■■'■ tyres. : ";-.;'; ;.'' •: Drive your Car into the Farmers' Free Garage, and if you have parcels and rugs,w will take care of these also. Money-Saver Number Two. All Tyres and Tubes purchased from us, fitted Free after May 20%.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919

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