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J. F. Stratz & Co CAUTION J. P. STRATZ, Practical Watchm iker, finds it hie duty to caution ihe public that several watches have passed through hia hands daring the las.t twelve months that havd been tampered with and spoiled, denoting that they mnat have been done by a gardener or tinsmith for one of the watches received had a whw fitted npside down OUEBUOOEB3 IN BUSINESS HAS BEHS ' DUNE BT OUR WORKS J. F. STRATZ & CO., WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, AND MANUFACTURERS, 261 HIGH BTBEBT, CHRISTCHURCH. The Cheapest and Beet place m New Zealand to bny 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 hands, have determined to lower the Stock quickly. To do bo we have introduced a guessing competition, and will give a*ay prizes to the value of £50. All Goodß marked m plain figures and greatly reduced m price. THJS GREAT GUESSING COMPETITION 07 J. F. STEATZ, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 261 High Street, Ohtistchnrch. £50 IN~PBIZEB. let Prize, a strong Gold Hunting English Lever (atop Watch), value £20. 2nd Prize, a Gold Oortre fcfecond Watch, valued £I*lo3. Brd Prize, a splendid Musical Box, with Bells, playing 4 airs, value £8. 4th Prize, a very handsome set of Colonial Gold Brooch and Earrings, enamelled and Bet with real Pearls, value £6, 6th Prize, a Lady's Lever Watch and Chain, value £8 10s. * COKDITIOiSS. A Watch will be wonnd up so as to run down some time betwetu the hours of 8 am. and 10 p m , on a day t*> be adverted, »nd the above five prizes will be given to the five nearest guesses trhat time the Watch will Btop at. Air customers spending 10s, either m pu-chasinz or for repairing, Watcbea, Clocks, or Jewellery, will be presented with a Coupon and entitled to a guess. There will be ICOO Coupons, and as soon a» th( y are distributed ihe competition will take place (which is expect' d to bo m about a month). The lucky numbers will be advertised m the Ghristohurch do'' 1 " napere and ABhbnrfcon " Mail »' Uia fi "Vet holders mny appoint whom they £Lsh te choose nnd wind the Watch. The FrizOfl wM be exhibited ia the window oc>. &» tonally, but maybe Been at any time on applying *.. the shop. As the Uouponß are limited to 1000 purchase early, and secure a chance of gaining one of the above valuable prizes. Orders through post punctually attended to, and Coupons sent for amount purchased. J. F. Stratz <& Co, 261 HIGH STREET, TRIANGLE, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. E, P, DDFLOT, D.DX PROPRIETOR. he best Medicine ever bronght to Ne Zealand, and which lias been proved ia thousands of cases to cnre where all ether remedies have failed. ABU RE and certain Cnre for Biliont Complaints, Heartburn. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Colic, Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Liver and Spleen, Malarial Fever, Piles, Diseases of tbe Cbcst, Colds, Catarrh, Whoop. Cough, Humid Asthma, fits, Palpitation the Heart, Nervous Complaints, Dropsy, Scrofulous Diseaees, Female Complaints, The Whites or Fluor Albns, ABthma and Pal monnrj, Catarrh of the Bladder, Ptina, Gout, Lumbago, Sciatica, Rheumatism, &c, t Ac Complete directions for self-cure by use of the two Great Canadian Remedies given with each Bottlb. A SPECIMEN OF~MANY HUNDRED TESTIMONIALS BEOEIVED. Peel Forest, j July 4th, 1888, # Stiiatz, Dearßir— ' ' I have great pleasure m recommending i tho Canadian Cures. During the pact week suffered great pain and inconvenience from a dislocated knee, which nad been properly . attended to shortly after the occurrence, but j which always continued weak and freqnontly ■ slipped ont of joint, notwithstanding the inte < cap which I wore. During the period I j obtained medical advice and tri d the ■ proscribed remedies, but without any benefit ' for my knee continued aa weak as ever ul til < I tried the Canadian Cuies. Applying the ■ Canadian remedies according to direction)) I j soon found my knee becoming stronger, and i m n short time I was enabled to aba l don the - knee cap. Three weeks after starting to us; 2 the remedies £ discarded them as my knee wa* \ as strong aa ever before the accident, pnd ' continues to remaii so through every kind of ■ tiial. Again heartily lecemmenaing the Canadian Cures, \ I am, etc., Geo. F. Newman. \ BICE OF THE CANADIAN MED ) €d,* Bent carefully packed to any addre i m New Zealand. , AGENT FOR CANTERBURY:-. ' \ J. F. Stratz, j C U 26I HIGH STBEET, j ! i ] BUB-AGENCY ~ , Mr D, McFarlane, ' GROOEK. | A SH B URTON 1

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 15 November 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 15 November 1888

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