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J. F. Stratz & Co i J. F. STRATZ, WATCHMAKER. JEWELLER, AHD OPTICIAN, - 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. SPECTACLES A SPECIAIITY. WE HA.YE just received direct from the Manufacturers in^Lepszig, Germany, » very Large Assortment of tpectacl s, i-ye G asses, and other piicil Goods and havnow •■be l»reeßt oud bpst •* bso tment of Bpt.tftoles m the oolcny io cho:se from. Spect cles to sui all Bights, Is air. Spectacles m nicely finished P- ames, Is 6d. Onr Spectacles at 2a 6d pai . The whole of they Frames are warranted of best Bteel, hardened and tempered Superior qualicy beßt polished Lenses, 8s €d pair Best Crystal Spectacles, m finely finished : hardened Bteel Frames, 4s 6d air; Th° Crystal Spectacles we can safely recommend aa tha best substitute for Pebbles. Our guaranteed Pebble Srectacles, every one v stamped, 7s 6d pair. i Advantages of PEBBLE IEN6E3. The snrfac of Glass Lenees noon becomes dnll';---nd clondy, owing to the action of the perspiration of the hands and face upon the ' hemical ingracient^ of the glas?. Pebble Lenses being made from a natural crystal (fonnd m Br ril) ara ho<; m tte le st degree enbject to thiu deterlorati- n, retaining t' eir b:iilUnt polish nnder constant nse for as t> any jear* as gl-£S |sns€s do months. This is of great imp itance. The surface cf ghsß lenses, alfio,«ooH becomes covered with ne scratches, which destroy t.eir clearness Pebble lenses being extremely hard t>re not affected m this manner. Pebble 1 ennes are remarkably cool to tht Eyes. Pebble Lenses are net so liable to breakage as those of glass. The H Pantascoptic," newest chape Pebble. Ths " Pansodunoptic," tinted spectacle, acknowledged tte beat spectacle for the eyea. Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folders. Convex or Concave from ?s 6d pair. Fye Protectors, all colours, Is 6d pair. Waiave a very large BBsortment of coloured Glasses, such as the •• Globular," ''Doable Bides,* Folders, c c, etc. Goggles, all wire or wi c' and gla;s, 6d Viii. Bpectade Ca^ea m large variety, Gbld and Silver Frames made to orde?. Tour ■; s'ght tested free of charge tJHRISTMArPRESENTS. ...Before pHrcha;ing clEewhere inspect our Stock of Watches, ulcck;, and Jewellery, and prove for yourselves thac wo have the largest Stock m the colony to choose from, and on which we have mode special reductions on our already veil-known low ptices. Tleaße note the addreß — J, F. Stratz, AND JEWELLER, J: 26:;ftlGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. f ■ m , ' ; THE WONDERFUL cMadian medicines. SPECIAL WARNING, As the above Meilicines have been imitated and sold m Dnredin, I w>ll m future pnt a green label bearing my signature ou each bottle, and none will be- genuine without. £10 1 ewaid will- be grv n to anyone who can give |ueb info-mutiou as will lsad to the conviction of any person cr peisons copying the-aame label and signature. THE CANADIAN REMEDIES Are the very tost ITedicines brought to New Zealand, «nd which have bee 1 proved to cure when all other remedies have failed. ; Tbe foljowinj? are -a few of many hundred Testimonials rec9 : ved .— . \ PARALYSIS. Db Duflot, Dear Sir, — My boh, G'.orpe Nfewton, "now twelve years of age, has coffered from paralysis from his childhood, and never walked m Wb life without two crn^ches tyi yon treated him with your wocdeiful Cacsdian Medicines. He ia ' now completely^pured.

I GEonds Newton, N0.?2 Worcester s'.reet, Chrißtchurch. iBIP JOINT DISEABE. D&Suvlot, Dear Sir,— Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you treated foi lr'p joint disea63, lam now pleased to say ii internally -welL He suffered for two years, and d cuing that time he never walked without crutches. - - • - - Mr Fbibk, Woolffon Stntior, thdatchurch. BHEUMATIBM. Db Dr/yLOT. Dear bir, — I have Buffered from Rheumatism for the last eighteen years, ar.d during' the last three yeaTß I have been confined to a chair, being quite enable to. help myself m, any way. I nsed yom Casadifn Mediainoa, tnd l am nov quite free from the awfnl pains, and feel quite strong and well, and walk cs well a3 I ever did m my life . ..'<;.:£"■•>■•<" mis Button, Gladstone Street, Christcaurch. THB PBTOB OP THE CANADIAN MEDICINE, 7s 6d, Bent carefuljy packed to any^ddiess m Kew Zealand. J.F. Stratz, gGL HIGH STEEET, CHRISTCHURCH EOLE AGENT. To whom all Post Office Orders are to be Bada payable. . ~ - : SUD-AGENOr — Mr D, McFarlane, STOREKEEPER, BURTON. r^*.;s.Y:-: .- . ; ;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2031, 8 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2031, 8 January 1889

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