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J. F. Stratz & Co CAUTION J. F. STBATZ, rractical Watchmaker, finds it his duty to cautioa ihe public that several matches hava passed through his hands during ihe last toelva month 3 that have besn tamperacl with and spoiled, denoting that ihey must have bor.n done by a gardener or tinsmith for ono of tin w.\tche3 received bal a wlno fitted upside down. OUR SUCCESS IN BUSINESS H \S BEEN DUNE BY OUR WORK. J. F. STRATZ & CO,, WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, AND MANUFACTURERS. 261 HIGH STREET, CHEISTCfIUBCH. The Cheapest and Best place m New Zealand to buy Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery. HAVING manufactured lately a* large quantity of stock than there has been demand for, we have become considerably overstocked, and not wishing to discharge any bands, have determined to lower the Stock quickly. To do bo we have introduced a gueßßing competition, and will give a*ay frizes to the value of £50. All Goods marked m plain figureß and greatly rednced m pries. THB GREAT GUESSING COMPETITION OJ J. F. STEATZ, WATOHMAKEH AND JEWELLER, 261 High Street, Ohristchurch. inTeizes. Ist Prize, a strong Gold Hunting English Lever (stop Watch), value £20. 2nd Prize, a Gold Cettre Second Watch, valued £U 10s. 8:d Prize, a splendid Musical Box, with Bells, playing 4 airs, value £3. 4th Pike, a very handsome set of Colonial Gold Brooch and Earrings, enamelled and set with real Pearls, valne £6; 6th Prize, a Lady's Lever Watch and OhaiD, ralae £3 10a. CONDITIONS. A Watch will be wound up so as to run down Borne time betwetu the hours of 8 a. mi and 10 p m , on a day to be advertised, und the above five prizes will be given to the five nearest guesses what timo the Watch will stop at. All customers spending 10s, either m purchasing or for repairing Wa(che3, Clocks, or Jewellery, will be presented with a Ooupon and entitled to a guess. There will be ICOC Coupons, and as soon as ih y are distributed the competition will take place (which is expected to be m about a month). The lucky numbers will be advertised m the Cbristchurch daily papers and Ashbntton " Mail " The ticket holders may appoint whom they wish to choose and wind the Watch. The Prizes will be exhibited ia the window occasionally, but may be Bern at any time on applying at the ghop. As the Coupons are limited to 1000 purchase early, and secure a chance of gaining one of the above valuable prize 3. Orders through post punctually attended to, and Couponß Bent xor amount purchased. J. R Stratz <fc Co. SSI HIGH STREET, TRIANGLE, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. E, P. BOFLOT, D.D,S M PROPRIETOR. he best Medicine ever brought to Ne Zealand, and which has been proved m thousands of cases to cure where all other remedies have failed. A SURE and certain Cure for Biliom Complaints. Henrtbnrn ? Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Colic, Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Liver and Spleen, Malarial Fever, Piles, Diseases of tbe Cbest, Colds, Catarrh, WhoopGopgb, Humid Asthma, fits, Palpitation the Heart, Nervous Complaints, Dropsy, Scrofulous Diseases, female Complaints, The Whites or Fluor Albns, ABtama and Pul monnrj, Catarrh of the Bladder, Ptios, Goat, Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheumatism, Ac, &o. Complete directions for self-cure by U3e of j the two Great Canadian Remedies given with each Bottlb. A SPECIMEN OF~MANY HUNDRED TESTIMONIALS RECEIVED. Peel forest, July 4th, 1883, (S. 6TRATZ, Dear Sir — I have great pleasure m recommending tho Canadian Cures. During tbe past week sntfered great pain and inconvenience from a dislocated knee, which fad been properly attended to shortly after tbe occurrence, but which always continued weak and frequently slipped out of joint, notwithstanding tho ince | cap which I wore. Daring the psriod I obtained medical advieo and tri.d the prosczibad remedies, but without any benefit for my knee continued as weak as ever uatil I tried the Canadian Cuies Applying the Canadian remedies according to directions? I soon found my knee b: coming stronger, and m n fcbort time I was enab'ed to abandon the knee cap. Thr«e weeks after starting to us? the remedies I discarded ttiem aa my k/aee wn v as Etrong as ever before the accident, and continues to remai-: so through every kind of tiial Aeam heartily xecemmending the Canadian Cures, I tun, etc., Geo. F. Nbwman. BICE OF THE CANADIAN MED €d,'sent carefnliy packed to nny addre m New Zealand. AGENT FOR CANTERBURY :— J. F. Stratz, [26i HIGH STBEET, .HRISTCHURCH BUB-AGENOY - Mr D, McFarlane, GROCEii, * SH B URTON:

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1987, 3 November 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1987, 3 November 1888

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