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j J.F. STRATZ, WATOHMAKBR, JBWBLLBB, AMD OPTICIAN, i-*\-'?£J- 261 HIGH BTBEBT, *", CHRISTCHURCH. SPECTACLES A BPECIAIITY. WE HAVE just recAived direct from the Manufacturers m Lepszig, Germany, • very Large Assortment of Bpeotacltg, Eye Glasses, and Other optical Goods, atod have now 7 tbe larpeet and best Asso tment of Spectacles m the colony >o chocse from, : , Spec tides to eui' all sights, la . air. |figectacle3 In nicely flniahtd Fiames, Is 6d. • | Onr Spectacles at 2s fid pai'. The whole olf (be Frames are warranted of best steel, Ijardened and tempered § I Superior qualicy best polished Lenses, I 8s 6d pair Sest OryHtal Bpactaclea. m finely finished barkened Bteel Frames, 1 4b 6d rairj I ■- \.y- ' ;-■■•. :■■ ••- ■■■■■■ : ?The Crystal Spectacles we can safely recommend aa the fcest-anbatitute for Pebbles. Onr gnarantosd Pebble Spectacles, every one g stamped, is 6d pair. £ Advantages of PEBBLE LENSES. I The Bnrfac ; of Glass Lenses soon becomes doll ;nd dondy, owing to the action of the perspiration of %he hands and face upoa the -lemicaT fegrscientJ of the glasv Pebble L*nsea being made from a natural crystal (found is Br zil) ara not m the le st degree Abject to thio deterioraii; n, retaining -tteir milliant polish under constant use for as irany wars as glass lenses do months. This is of neat imp itance. Tbe surface of elsss lenßes, sm, soon becomes covered frith * ne Bcratche&, which destroy their dearness Febble lenßes bfcng extremely hard ere not affected m thia mmner. Ptbble lenses are remarkably cool Sths Eyes. Febb'e Leneei are not soliable breakage as those of glass. iThe H Pantascoptic," newest chape Pebble. •lhe " Pansodunoptic," tinted spectacle, ■Iknowledged- the best spectacle for the eyes. (s»&cave Spectacles m large variety. Folders, I Convex or Concave from 2s 6d pair. Fye 1 Protectors, all colours, la 6d pair. 2 We have a very lar.ge nssortment of oolonred Glasses, such as the •• Globular," ••Double flUes," Folders, c 0, etc; goggles, afl. wireorwie and glass, 6d mix. Bj?ectade Cases m large variety. Gold and '< Silver made to order. Your Iwae^^ia'ghjb.teated free, of charge . .. -. . y CHRISTMA^PRESENTS. Before purchasing elsewhere inspect our Etockof Watches, clocks, and Jewellery, and prove for yourselves .thai we have the largest Stock m the colony to choose from, and on which we have made special , reductOßS on onr alreadj'wdl-kßQwn: low prices. rkase note tfie addrts — c p^^J r F. Stratz, WATCHMAKEE AND JEWELLES, 261 HIGH BTBEET, if 3 C 1 .j :] ■ ■ % - J{ "^HE * WONDERFUL %yjAMAN MEDICINES. : PPEOXAt, WARNING, As the above Medicines baye been imitated and sold m Dunedin, I will m fnture pnta green label bearing my ; Bignature on each bottle, and none will be genuine without. "*£id" Heward will be' giv n to anyone who ., Sl _.can,,giy.e euph infoimutdon as will lead to the conviction of any person or poisons copying the same label and signature. -.— THE.CANADIAK REMEDIES , Ar| the very beet Medicines -brought., to New Zealand, and which have beea^proved to cure wtien all other remtdioß have -failed. ' following are a few of many hundred Testimonials received : — ? -PARALYBiai * Dhßuflot, k fi-. ..- i /' ■..:■;-. : : i Dear Bir,— I My son, Gsorge Newton, now twelve years of age, haß suffered from paralysis from his; childhood, and "never walked m his life without two crotches till you treated him with your wonderful Canadian Medicinep. He is sow completely cured. I ■'■•■•• (j EORS jj Newton, > No. 2 Worceetec Btreet, Chrifltchurch, i HIP JOLSfT DISEASE, ■ DbDtjflot, : Dear Bir,— Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you treated for bJjj joint disease, lam now pleased to say is inttowUy^ well., Jae^sofiered for two- years, and during that time be never walked without crotches. -y^.... .-_--,-_•- -.- - Hit-- Fbisk, . " Wookton Statior, Ohristchurch. RHEUMATISM.

Db Dtttlgt. Dear Sir,— ; %: , - I have Buffered" from Bhenaeatittn for the last eighteen years, and daring the last three yearti l^hove been." confined to •_» chair, being quite to help myself m 'any way. I Boed youz Canadian Medicines, tnd ara no* qnite free from the awfnl pains, and feel qnite > atrosg amdrwell, and walk as well as I ever aid mmy life. ''" : ' '"" Mis ETtTTOK, Gladstone Street, Chrifltcnurch, THB PBICB OF THE CANADIAN MEDl-<naS^-7*6d,sentcarefuljT packed to t * ftaf address m Neyr Zealand. J. F. Stratz^ ML ffiGH feEET, CHRISTCHURCH i^OIiB AGENT; all; Poet Office' Orders are to be ma&j»yable. ■ ,>•■-.;■;; :.;. ■■ •;.! ? y "iSU&ASNOY - ■ '• " Mr D, McFarlane, A S'HBU-RTO'N'.' ??h. €■-■■"?■•.■"■ :'r ; ■' '■■':'-■ .'■'"'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2032, 9 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2032, 9 January 1889

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