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J. F. Stratz & Co I i i CAUTION J. F. STRATZ, Practical Watchrmker, finds it Ma duty to caution iho public that several watches have passed throngh hia hands dating the la<t t-vclvo month* that havd been tarnpend with and spoiled, denoting tbAt itey muit hw.i been done by ft gardener or Urißonth for one of thTwatche3 roceivei had a-wheo fitted npsido down, j OUR BUGCFS3 IN BUSINESS HAS BBBN DONE BY OUR WORK. J. F. STRATZ & CO., WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, AND MANUFACTURERS, 261 HIGH STREET, $ CHKISTCfIUBCH. The Cheapen*; and Boat place m New Zealand to buy Watcheß, Clocfcs, nnd Jewellery. j HAVING- manufactured lately a largo 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 guessing competition, and will give away prizes to- the value of £60. All Goods marked m plain fignrcß and greatly reduced m prioa. THJB GREAT GUESSING COMPETITION 07 J. F. STRATZ, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 261 High Street, Ohristchnrch. £50 # IN~PBIZES. lafc Prize, a strong Gold Hunting English Lever (stop Watch), value £20. 2nd Prize, a Gold Oei tee Eccond Watch, valued £.11 10s. 8d Prize, a Bplendid Musical Box, with Bells, playing 4 airs, valao £8. 4th Prize, a very hnndsome set of Colonial Gold Brooch and Earrings, enamolled and set with real Pearls, value £6. 6th Prize, a Laiy'B Lever Watch and Chain, value £3 10b. CONDITIONS. A Watch will be wound up bo as to run down some time betwetu the hours of 8 am. and 10 p m , on a day to be advertio' d, i»nd the above fivo prizes will bo given to tho fire nearoßt gucs9Cß «rha*. timo the Watch will stop at. All cnetomera spending 10b, either m purchasine or for repairing, Washes, Clocks, or Jewellery, will bo presented with a Oonpcn and entitled to a guess. There will be ICOO Coupon?, and as coon a" the y are distributed the competition will take placo (which ie -expected to bn m about a month). The lucky numbers will bo advortised m tho Chmtohurch daily papers and Ashbuttm " Mail " Tho ticket holders may appoint whom they wish to choose and wind tbo Watch. The Prizcß will be exhibited ia the window occasionally, but may bo Btf n at any time on applying at the Bhop. As the Coupons are limited to 1000 purcha-e early, and secure a chanco of gaining one of tho above valuable prizos. Orders through post punctually attended to, and Oouponß cent for amount purchased. J. F. Stratz <fc Co. 261 HIGH STREET, TRIANGLE, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. E, P. BUFLOT, DJU, PROPRIETOR. he best Medicine ever bronght to Ne Zealand, and which has been proved ia thousands of cases to cure where oil ether remedies have failed. A SURE and certain Cure for Bilbm Complaints. Heartburn f Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Colic, Diarrhoea, Diseases of tho Liver and Spleen, Malarial Fever, Piles, Diseases of t'.e Obest, Colds, Catarrh, WhoopCough, Humid Asthma, Fits, Palpitation the Heart, Nervouß Complaints, Dropsy, Scrofulous Diseases, Female Complaints, The Whites or Fluor Alboa, Asthma and Pal monnr; , Catarrh of ths Blade er, Pi ins, front, ' Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheumatism, 4c, 40. Complete directions for self-cure by use of tin two Great Canadian Remodies given with each Bottlb. A SPECIMEN OF MANY HUNDRED TESTIMONIAL^ RECEIVED. Peel Forest, Jnly 4th, 1888, . \ #L Etkatz, I Dear Sir — : I have great pleasure m recommending [ th<3 Canadian Cures. Unring the past week , Buffered great pain and inconvenience from a dislocated knee, which r>ad been properly 1 attended to shortly after the occurrcnco, but which alwftyß continued weak and frequently slipped out of joint, notwithstanding tho >n«.e cap which I wore. During the pariod I obtained medical advico and tri d the proscribed remedies, but without any benefit for my knee continued aa weak as ever until ' I tried the Canadian Cures Applying toe Canadian remedies according to directions'! soon found my knee brcoming Btrongrr, and m a ehort time I whb onab'ed to abandon tho knee cap. Three woefea after starting to uai the remedies I discarded tliem as my kaeo wa v as etrong as ever before the accident, end t continues to remain so through every kind of I trial - Again heartily recommending the ■ Canadian Cures, I i\m,etc, Gko. F. Nbwman. •' BICE OF THE CANADIAN MED 6d,*Bent carof uliy packed to uny ftddro m New Zealand. AGENT FOR CANTERBURY :-r r J. F. Stratz, ;261 HIGH STBEET, -.MRISTCHURCH I BUB-AGENOY - Hi D, McFarlane, GROCEK. P SH B URTON r V

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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