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J. P. Stratz & Co I

I J. F. STRATZ, "WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. SPECTACLES A BPECIUITY. TXTE HAVE just received direct fron the Vt Manufacture sin Lepezig, German r, 1 a very Large Assortment of Spectacl b, Fye ' Glasses, and Other Optical Goods and have ; now the largest and best Ab3o tment pi Wpe tacles m the coL ny lo cho se from. Bpect clee to svi nil sights, Is -air. Breotacta) ia nicely finished Fames, Is 6d. Our ?pectacl f . sat 2s fid pai . The whole of the Fr-iinea nra warranted of best steel, hor'ened und empered Cup.rior 'qaali-y best polished Lenses, 8b 6d ptir Deßt Crystal Fpectacles, m finely finished hardened Bteei Frames. 4s 6d :airi Th° Oryßfcal Spectacles we can Bafely recommend as thj test »übslitute for Pebbleß. Our gnarante d Pebble Spectacle, every one stamped, 7s Sd pair. Advontagea o? PEBBLE LENSES. The surface of Glass Lenses soon becomes dull r.nd cloudy, owing «o the action of the perspiration of the h -nds nnd face upon 'he chemical ingrscienti of the gins?. PebWe Lenaes being made from a natural crystal (found id Br zil) ora not. m the le Bt degree subject to thin deterioraii' n, retaining tr eir b; i liant polish nndor constant use for aj» n any s ears as gI.EB lenses do months. This is of great imp i tanre. Tho surface of el''Bs lenses, also, boob becomes covered with '• ne scratches which destroy t eir clearness Pebble lenses being extremely hard ere not affected m this manner. Pebble > ences are remarkably cool to the Eyes. Pebb'e Leneo3 are net bo liable to breakage rb thoßo of glass. . The " Pantasooptic," neweßt Fhape Pebble. 'Jho " Panaodunoptic," tinted spectacle acknowledged t v c best spectacle for the eyes, Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folders, Convex or Concave from Vb 6d pair. Fye Protectoiß, all colours, la 6d pair. We have a very large nesor tment of coloured Glasses, Bucb va the •' Globnlar," •* Donble Bides," Folders, c c, etCi Goggles, all wireorwie and gla-.8, 6d vnir, Spectacle Ca3es m large variety. Gold and Silver Frames made to order. Your b ght tested free of charge christmas"prerents. Before prrcha ing c-kewhere inspect out Stock of Watches, ulocki, and Jewellery, and prove for youreelvea tbas wa have the largest Htock m the colony to chooee from, and oe which we have made special reductions on om already well-known low prices. Pleaße note the addrcs — J. F, Stratz, WATCB MAKER AND JEWE^LEB, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH.

THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDIOINES. SPECIAL WABNING, As the above Medicines have been imitated and sold m Dnnedin, I will m futnre put a green label bearing my signature on each bottle, and none will be genuine without. £10 Beward will be giv. n to anyone who can give such information ns will lead to the conviction of any person or peisona copying the came label and signature. THE CANADIAN KEMEDIBS Are the very best Medicines brought to New Zealand, nnd which have bee a proved to care when all other remedies have failed. Tbe following; are a few of many hundred Testimonials received : — PARALYSIS, DB DtJBXOT, Dear sir, — My eon, Gaorge Newton, now twelve years of age, has Buffered from paralysis from biß childhood, and never walked m hia life without two cratches till yon treated him with your wbndeiful Canadian Mediciuew. He ia ' cow completely cured. George Nbwton, ( No. 2 Worcester street, Clmstchnrch. bip joinFJdibbabe. Dn Dtjflot, ,£ Dear Pity— Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you treated for hip joint disease, I am now pleated to Bay is internally well. Ho snffored for two years, and daring that time he never walked without cratches, Mrs Fribx, Woolpton Btntior, Chiistohuich. BHETJMATIBM; DR DufliOT. Dear Sir, — I have Suffered from Rbennmtfsm for the last eighteen years, and during the last three years I. have been confined to a chair, being quito tmablo to help myself m any way. I used yon 1 Canadian Medicines, und am now quito free from the awful pains, and feel quite Btrong ond well, and walk bb well aa I ever did m my life . MlB EPTTOW, , Gladstone Street, Chrie t church 1 THE PBIOE OP THE OaNADIAN MEDIOINE, 7s 6d, sent carefnliy packed toany address m Kew Zealand. •J. F. Stratz, 261 HIGH STBEET, CHRI S:T CHURCH BOXE AGENT, To whom all Post Office Orders are to be mado payable, &ÜB-AGENOY - Mr D, McFarlane, STOREKEEPER, ASHBURTON.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2004, 4 December 1888

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