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J. F. Stratz fe Co J. F. STRATZ, WATOHMAKER, JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN, 261 HlGBt STREET, ; CHRISTCHURCH. EPEOTAOLEB A BPECUIITY. WE HAVE just .eorived direct fron the Manufacturers m Lepezlg, Germany, a very Large Assortment of (Spectacles, Eye G.'asses, and other Optical Goods, and .have now the largest and beßt Assortment of Bpe. tacles m tho col .ny iO chocse from. [ Spectacles to suit all sights, Is rair. Spectacles ia nicely finished Frames, Ib 6d. Our Spectacles at 2s fid pai% The whole of the Frames are watraated of hsßt steel, hardened and tempered . Buperior qualicy beet polished Lenßes, 8s 6d pair. , Best Crystal Epectacleß, m finely finished hardened Bteol Frames, 4b 6d palri The Crystal Spectacles wo can safely recm* mend as the best substitute for Pebbleß. Onr guaranteed Pebble Spectacles, every ono stamped, 7s 6d pair. Advantages ef PEBBLE LENBI.3. The surface of Glass Lenses soon becomts dull and cloudy, owing to the action of tha perapiration ofthe hnnds and face upon •he chemical ingredients of the gla B s. Pebble Lenses being made from a natural crystal (found m Bnzil) are nob m tbele st decree subject to thi- deterioration, retaining ti.eir bri.liant polißh under constant use for as aany year* as glues lenßes do months. This is of great imp .Ttanco. The surface of glass lenseß, also, soon becomeß covered with *ne scratches, which destroy ts-eir clearness Pebble lenses being extremely hard are not affeoted m this £\ n u ner i. Pebb 1 l e 1 >, en,,M flre remdrkably cool to th» Eyes. Pebble Lenses are not so liable to breakage aa thoße of glass. The»Pantnsooptic," newest shape Pebble. Jhe ••Pansodnnoptic" tinted spectacle. acknowledged the best apectacle for the eyes. Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folders. Convex or Concave from 2a 6d pair. Bye Protectorß, all colours, Ib 6dpair. We have a very large oflsortment of coloured Glasses auob os the •• Globular," 'Double Bides," Folders, e:c, etc. " . Goggles, all. wire. or wire and glass, 6d ©..it, Spectacle Oa?es m large variety. Gold and fc>uver Frames made to order. Your s ght teated freo of charge, CHRISTMASPRESENTS. Before purcha ing rlsewhere inspect our Stock of Watchos, oloeki, and Jewellery, and prove for yourselves thac we havo t»ie largest Stock m ihe colony to choose from, and on which wo have made special reductions on our already well-known low prices. Please note the addres 1 — J. F. Stratz, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES, SPECIAL WARNING, As the above Medicines have beeaimitated and sold m Dunedin, I will In fu&Cß&.pnt a green label bearing my eignatrore on eacb.,bottle, and nono will be genuine without. XX., £10 Beward will be givn to anyone whpi can givesucb informntion ns will lead to thftr conviction of any person or persons copying . . the same label and Bignature. , XX THE CANADIAN RBlffll^^r '''' . Are the very best Medicines brought *.tt\ tie* Zealand, and which have been proved to cure when all other xemodies have failed, . v ['-' Tbe following are a few of many hundred Testimonials received ;— PARALYSIS. Dn Duflot, Dear Sir,*— My Bon, Gaorge NeWton, now twelve years of age, has suffered from paralysis from biß childhood, and never walked m his life without two crntobes till yon treated him with your wonderful Canadian Medioines. Hois now completely cured. George Newton, No, 2 Worcester street, Obrißtchprob« ... HIP JOINTDISEABB. < r Dn Duflot, Dear Kir,— Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you treated for h ! p joint disease, lam now pleated to say ij intotnally well. He suffered for two years, and during that time ho never walked without orntcheß. Mrs Frisk, Wooleton Statior, Chtiatchutch, RHEUMATISM. Dr Duflot. Dear Sir.— I have suffered from Rhenuj atißm for the last eighteen years, and during the last three yearß I have been confined to a chair, being quite unable to help myself m any way. I üßed yonx Canadian Medicines, und am norr quite free from the awful painß, and feel quite strong and well, and walk as well a? 1 ever, did m my life. ■Miss Sutton, Gladstone Street, Ohristohurch. THE PRICE OF THE' CANADIAN MEDI< CINE, 7s 6d, Bent carefuly packed to auy address m New Zealand. J. F. Stratz, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, EOLE AGENT, To wbom all Post Office Ordets are to be mado payable. BUB-AGENOY - Mr B, McFarlane, STOREKEEPER. ASHBURTON. ■ >, - : j,-,.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 27 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 27 November 1888

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