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J. F. Stratz 8c Co T CAUTION . J. P. STRATZ, Practical Watchmaker, finds *- it his dnty to ciation ihe public that several , watches have passed through hia hands during I the lait t*velva months that have been tara- g pored with and spoiled, denoting tint Ihey a muHt have been done by a gardener or tinsmith . for one of the watches received had a whee fitted npsido down ' a OUR SUOOFS9 IN BUBINESS HAS BEEN DOHBBY OUR WORK. J. F. STRATZ ft CO., WATOHMAKBRB, JEWELLERS, AND MANUFACTURERS, 261 HIGH STREET, CHBISTCHTJKCH. The Cheapest and Best place m New Zealand to buy Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery. HAVING manufactured lately a large quantity of stock than there haß been dcn\nd for, we have become considerably overfltocked. and not wishing to discharge any bands, have determined to lower the Stook quickly. To do co we have introduced a gneasiDg competition, and will give a ./ay prizes to the value of £50. All Goods marked m plain figurcß and greatly reduced m prioe. THJS GREAT GUESSING COMPETITION 07 J. F. STEATZ, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 261 High Street, Christchnroh. £50 IN~PBIZES. Ist Piize, a strong Gold Hunting English Lever (atop Watch), value £20. 2nd Prise, a Gold. Goitre fiecond Watch, valued £U 10a. 8 d Prize, a splendid Musical Box, with Bells, playing 4 airs, value £tf. 4th Prize, a very handsome Bet of Colonial Gold Brooch and Earrings, enamelled and set with real Pearls, value £6. 6th Priz&, a Lady's Lever Watch and Chain, valuq £8 10s. CONDITIONS. A Watch will be wound up co as to run down some time betwetu the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 pm , ov a day to be advertised, t>nd the above five prizes will be given to the five nearest guesses <vhat timo the Watch will stop at. All cnßtotccrs spending 10?, either m purchasing or for repairing, Watches, Clocks, or Jewellery, will be presented with a Oourm and entitled to a guess. Ihere will be ICOO Coupon?, and as Boon aa th' y aro distributed the competition wi'-l take place (which iB expect' d to bn m about a month). The lucky numbers will be advertised m the Christcburch dai'y papers and Aehbort ,n " Mul " Tbc ticket holders may appoint whom they W Bb to choose and wind tho Watch. 'JLli& Pr z<.B will be exhibited m tbe window occßßionaLy, bnt may be seen at any time on upplying at tho shop. As the Conpons are limited to 1000 purchase early, and seenre a chance of gaming one of tho above valuable prizes. Orders through poet punctually attended to, and Coupons Bent lcr amount purchased. J F. Stratz <fc Co. 261 HIGH STREET, TRIANGLE, ' CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. E, P. DDFLOT, D.D.S, i PROPRIETOR. he beet Medicine ever brought to Ne Zealand, and which has been proved ia thousands of caaas to cure where all other remedies have failed. A&UEE and certain Cure for Bilbm Complaintß. Heartburn. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Colic, Diarrhoea,, Diseases of tho Liver and Spleen, Malarial Fever, Piles, Dueasea of tbe Cbeßt, Colds, Catarrh, WhoopCough, Humid Asthma, Fits, Palpitation the Heart, Nervous Complaints. Drop*y, Pcrofnlona Diseases, Female Complaints, Tho Whites or Fluor Albns, Asthma and Pul monnrj, Catarrh of the Blade or, Pfcine, Gkmt, Lumbago, (Sciatica, Rheumatism, dec, <bo. Complete directions for eelf-cure by use of the two Great Canadian Remedies given with eaoh. Bottlb. A SPECIMEN OF~MANY HUNDRED TESTIMONIALS RECEIVED. Peel Forest, July 4th, 1888, fa Etratz, Dear Sir — I have great pleasure m recommending • tho Canadian Cures. During tbe pact week Buffered great pain and inconvenience frotc a dislocated knee, which ;ad been properly attended to Bhortly after tbe occurrence, bnt which always continued weak ana frequently slipped, out o! joint, notwithstanding the >nte cap which I wore. During the period I obtained medical ad vie o and tri d the proscribed remedies, bufc without any benefit for my knee continued as woak as ever until I tried the Canadian Onies Applying the Canadian remedies according to directions I Boon found my knee b: coming utrongrr, and m n ehort time I was enab'ed to abandon the knee cap. Three weeks after starting to us / tbe remedies I discarded ttuem as my knee wa» as fetrong as ever before the accident, and continues to remai i bo throngh every kind of ttiil Acain heartily recemmending the Canadian Cures, - ] I ivm, etc., Gko. F, Nbswman. \ RICE OF THE CANADIAN MED 6d,'sent carefully packed to nny addro m New Zealand. , AGENT FOR OANTiSRBURY :— J. F, Stratz, f L 26I HIGH STBEET, ..HRISTCHURCH ! SUB-AGENCY — , Mr D, McFarlane. ! GROOEU. ] ASHBURTON j l t

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 19 November 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 19 November 1888

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