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J. F. Stratz & Co CAtJTION J. P. STRATZ, Practical Watchmaker, finds it his duty to cantion iho public that several watches have pasßed through hia handa daring the lait twelve months that havd batn tampered with and Bpoiled, denoting that they must have been done by a gardeuer or tinsmith for one of tho watches received bad a wbee fitted upside down, OUB BUCCFSS IN BUSINESS HAS BEEN POKE BY OUR WORK. J. F. STR&TZ & CO., WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, AND MANUFACTURERS, 261. HIGH BTBBET, CHRISTCfIURCH. The Cheapest and Best pUce m Nsw Zealanu to bny Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery. HAVING manufactured lately a laTge 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 ffuesHine competition, and will give a*ay prizes to the value of £60. All Goods marked to plain figures and greatly reduced m pries. THIS GREAT GUESSING COMPETITION 07 J. F. STEATZ, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 261 High Street, Ohrifltchorch. £50 InTbIZES. Ist Piize, a strong Gold Hunting English liever (atop Watch), value £20. 2nd Prize, a Gold Oertre Second Watch, 3d Prize, a* splendid Mueical Box, with Bells, playing 4 airs, valae £-i. 4th Prize, a yer 3 handsome set of Colonial Gold Brooch and Earrings, enamelled and set With real Pearls, value £6. 6th Prize, a Laiy's Lever Watch and Chain, value £8 10s. COHDITIOJS. A Watch will bo wound up bo as to run aown some time betwetn the hours of 8 a m. and 10 p m , on a day to be adverts d, the above five prizes will be given to the five nearest guesßes what timo the Wa'ch will stop at. All enstoujerd sp-nding 10*, either m pu'chasinzor for repairine, Wa<che9, decks, or J wt llery, will be presented with a Conr<-n and en'itled to a g;ießß. I here ■wilt be ICOC Coupons, and as Eoon a« th y are distributed tne competition willtafee place Iwbxh ib expect' d to be iv about a month); The lucky numberii will be advertised m tho Ohiißtohurch daily papers and ABhbuiton " Mail " Ths ticket holders may appoint whom the; wish to choose and wind the Watch. The Prizes will be exhihited m the window occasionally, bnt may be seen at any time on applying at the shop. As the Coupons are limited to 1000 purchase early, and secure a chance of gaining one of , the above valuable prizM. Orders through post punctually attended to, and Coupons sent ior amount purchased. J F. Stratz <fc Co. 26** HIGH STREET, TRIANGLE, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDEBFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. - E, P. DDFLOT, D.D.S., PROPRIETOR. he best Medicine ever brought to Ne Zealand, and which has been proved ia thousands of cases to cure where all other remedies have failed. ABU BE and certain Cure for Bill Mil Complaints, Heartburn ; Dyspepsia; Indigestion, Colic, Diarrhoea, Diseases cf the Livex and Spleen, Malarial Fever, Piles, Diseases of tie Cheat, Colds, Catarrh, WhoopCough, Humid Asthma, Fits, Palpitation the Heart, Nervous Complaints, Dropsy, Scrofulous Diseases, Female Complaints, The Whiteß or Fluor Albos, Asthma and Pal monnr;, Catarrh of the Bladcer, Pi ins, Goat, Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheumatism, 4c, do. Complete directions for self-cure by use of the two Great Canadian Remedies given with each Bottlb. A BPEOIMEN OF MANY HUNDRED TESTIMONIALS REOEIVED. Peel Forest, July 4th, 1888. (i Bteatz, Dear Sir — I have great pleasure m recommend m c tlw Canadian Cures. During tbe pact week Buffered great pain and inconvenience fron> a dislocated knee, which lad been properly attended to shortly after the occurrence, but which always continued weak and frequently elipptd out of joint, notwithstanding the ft nee can which I wore. During the period I obtained medical advico acd tri d th= proscribed remedies, but without any benefit for my knee continued as weak as ever until I tried tha Canadian Cares Applying the Canadian remedies according to directions I soon found my knes b: coming stronger, and m r short time i was enab'ed to abandon the knee cap. Three weeks after starting to us; the remedies I discarded tuem as mv kaee wa v as strong as ever before . the accident, «nd continues to remai so through every kind of tsiil Aeain heartily recommending the Canadian Cores, I urn, etc., Gko. F. Nrwman. BICE OF THE CANADIAN MED 6d,*sent carefnl y packed to any addre In New Zealand. AGENT FOR CANTERBURY :— J. F. Stratz, [261 HIGH STBEET, IST CHURCH SUB-AGENOY - Hr D, McFarlane, GROOEtt. /» SHBURTON )

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1888, 5 November 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1888, 5 November 1888

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