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J. F. Stratz a Co J. F. STRATZ, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, i AND OPTICIAN, 261 HIGH /STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. SPECTACLES A SPECIALITY. WE HAVE just received direct fro-n thi Manufacturers m Lepszig, Germany a very Large Assorimenb of Spectach b, Ey< Glasses, and other Optical Goods, and hayi now the largest and bsßt Assortment b Speitacles m the col:ny io chose from, Spectecleß to sup, all sights, Is rair. Spectacles m nicely finished Frames, Is 6d. Our Spectacles at 2s fid pai-. The whole o the Frames ore warranted of beßt Bteel hardened and tempered . Superior qualicy best polished Lenses, 8b 6d pair. Best Crystal Spectacles, .m finely finiahec hardened Steel Frames, 4s 6d fair! The Crystal Spectacles we can safely rec-m mend as tho test substitute for Pebbles. Onr guarante r d Pebble Spectacles, every oni stamped, 7b 6d pair. Advantages of PEBBLE LENSES. The surface of Glass Lenses soon becomei dull and cloudy, owing io the action of thj perspiration of the hands and faco upoa'ht chemical ingr2dient3 of the, glass. Pebbh Lenses being made from a natural crystal (found m Br. zil) are nofc m tbe le st degre< subject to thw deterioration, retaining t'.eii b.iliant polish nnder constant use for as iranj jeara as gloeß lenses do months. This j'b oi great imp stance. The surface of gliea lenses also, booh becomes covered with l ne scratches which destroy tceir clearneßS Pebble lenßei being extremely hard are not affected m thii manner. Pebble lenses are remarkably coo to ths Eyes. Pebble Lenses are act so liabh to breakage as those of glass. The " Pantaßcoptic," newest thape Pebble The ■• Panßoduncptio," tinted Bpectacle acknowledged t^e best spectacle fox the eyes Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folders ■ Convex or Concave from 2b >6d pair. Fye Protectors, all colours. Is 6d;pair. We have a very large assortment of coloured Glasses, such as the '• Globular," •• Doubh Sides," Folders, c c, etc; Goggles, all wire or wie and glats, 6d t»ir, Spectacle Cases m large variety. Gold and Silver Frames made to order. Your s ght tested free of charge CHRISTMASPRESENTS. Before pnrcha ing elsewhere inopect out Btock of Watches, blocks, and Jewellery, and prove for yourselves that we have the largeßt titock m the colony to chooee from, and on which we have made special reductions on out already well-known low prices. Please ncte the address — J. F. Stratz, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. SPECIAL WARNING, As the above Medicines have been imitated and sold m Dunedin, I will In future put a green label bearing my signature on eaoh bottle, and none will be genuine without. $10 Reward^ will be given to anyone who oan give such mformntion as will lead to the conviction of any person or persona copying the Bame label and signature. THE CANADIAN BEMBDIES Are the very beat Medioineß brought to New Zealand, »nd which have beea proved to cure when all other remedies have failed. The following are a few of many hundred Testimonials received ;— PARALYSIS. Db Duflot, Dear Sir, — My son, &3orge Newton, now twelve years of age, has suffered from paralyßiß from his childhood, and never walked m hiß life without two crutches till you treated him with your wonderful Canadian Medicines, He is now completely cured. __, Gbobqh Newton, No. 2 Worcester street, Obrißtchurch, HIP JOINTDISEASE. Dr Dum.ot, Dear Sir,— Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you treated for nip joint disease, I am now pleased to say is internally well. He anffered for two years, end during that time he never walked without crutches. Mns Frisk, Wooleton Statior, Christchurch. RHEUMATISM; Dr DujfLOT. Dear Sir, — I have suffered from Rheumatism for the last eighteen years, and during the last three years I have been confined to a chain being quite enable to help myself m any way. I used your Canadian Medicines, und am now quite free from the awful pains, and feel quite Btrong rind well, and walk as well as I ever did m my life. Mis Stjttoh, Gladstone Street, Chriatchurch. THE PRIOE OF THE CANADIAN MED*CINE, 7s 6d, sent carefully packed to any address m New Jwaland. J. F. Stratz, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, EOIE AGENT, To whom all Post Office Orders are to be made payable. SUB-AGENOY - Mr D, fflcFarlane, STOREKEEPER. ASHBURTON. ' ■■•';,■ ■''I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888

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