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tratz 8c <?o , J. F. STRA.TZ, WATOHMAKBR, JBWBLLBB, AND OPTICIAN, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. BPEOTAOLES A BPECI Vi ITY. WE HAVE just lecoived d'rect from the Mannfaotnre-s m Lepszig, Germany, a very Large Aeeonment of t-pectacl'B, Kye Olasßes, Bud other Optical Goods and hnvr now the largest and brat Asso.tment of Spe taolea m the colny :o cho.se from. Bpect'-cles to sni all sights, la r air. Bpectacle? m nicely flniehed F; amee, Is 6d. Onr Spectaclis at' 2a fid pal r . The whole of the Frames era warranted of best Bteel, hardened and tempered. Enperior qualicy best polished Lenses, 8s 6d p4r Best Crystal Spectacles, m finely finished hardened Bteel FrameB > 4b 6d fair. Th« Crystal Spectacles v?e can safely reo- tamend an tha best aubatitute for Pebbles. Our guaranteed Pebble SnectMlPß, everyone Btampo'J, 7s 6d pair. Advantages of PMBBLE IENSE3. The Bnrfac • of Glass Lenses noon becomrs dull i-nd cloudy, owing >o the action of the lersplration of the hunds and faco dpoa 'he bemlctil ingr^ient- o' the glas?. Pebble Lenses being made from a natural crystal (found m Br zil) arc no?;, m the le st degree subject to tt>i« deteriomu n, rotainiog t. eir billiant polish nnde constant use for &a a any jean as gl>f-s lonacs do months. This is of great imp rtance. Tbe surface of glnss lenses, also, sooa becomes covered with ne Bcratchet, which destroy t eir clearness Pebble lenses being extremely hard ure not affected m; thiß manner. Pebble 1 en«es are remarkably cool toths Eyea. Pebb'e Lenses are ncf so liable to breakage as those of glass. The " Pantascoptio,'' newest shape Pebble. The " Pansoduncptio," tinted spectacle, acknowledged tie best spectacle for the eyes. Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folden. * Convex or Concave from 2s 6d pair. Fye Protectors, all colours. Is 6d pair. We have a very large assortment of oolonred Glasses, sucb as the '■ Globular," ■' Double Bidea," Folders, c c, etc. Goggles, all wire or wi c and gla c, 61 i>«ir, Spectacle Ca-cs m large variety. Gold and (silver Frames made to order. Your a : ght toned free of charge CHRISTMASrPKES^SNtS, Before purchasing elsewhere inspect Our Etock of Watches, ulockj, and Jewellery, and prove for yourselves thai, wa have the longest < Stock m the colony to choose from, and on j which we have mndo special reductions on onr already well-known low prices. Elcase note the addres — J. F. Stratz, WATCHMAKER AND JBWELLEB, 26; HIGH BTBEET, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. SPECIAL WABNING, .. As tbe above Medicines have been imitated and sold m Dunedin, I will m fntureputa green label boaring my signature on each bottle, and none will bo genuine without. £10 lieward will be giv n to anyone who can give such informution ns will lead to the conviction of any person or poisons copying the same label and signature. THE CANADIAN REMEDIES Are the very best Medicines brqught to New Zealand, pnd which have bee.i proved to euro when all other remedies have failed*' The following are a few of many hundred Testimonials received :— PARALYSIS. Da DurLor,

jjearfcir,— My Bon, G-sorge Newton, now twelve years of age, has suffered from paralysis from his childhood, and never walked m his lifo Without two crotches till you treated him with jour wonderful Canadian Medicines, fle 1b now completely cured. ■ Qeorqk New*on, Ko. 2 Worceotec Btrcet, Obristchurch. BIP JOIST~XtfBEA.SE. DbDuflot, . 1 -DeAr Sir,— Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you treated for h p joint disease, lam now pleared to say ii internally welL He soffored for two years, an>) during ttmt time be nuver walked without cratcheßi ' Mr Frisk, Wooleton Btntior, Chfiatchurch. BHEUMATIBM. Dr Duflot. Dear Sir,— I have Buffered frcm RhcnaaUßm for the lost eighteen years,- and during the last three years I have been con fine 3 'to a chair, being quite onable to help myself m any way. I vied yoni Canadian Medicines, tnd am no* quite free ftom tbe awful pains, and fed quite strong nnd veil, and walk 68 well as 1 ever lid m my life. ■ Mis 6TTTTOif, Gladstone Street, Chrietcuurch. ifß PRIOB OP THE CANADIAN MEDICINE, 7b 6d, Bent careful j packed to auy address m L\tv Zealand, tf. F. Btratz, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH SOJLE AGENT. To whom all Post Ofeco Orders are to be mads payable. fcUB-AGESfCY ~ •Mr D; McFarlane, STOREKBEPER. ASHBURTON. f ■■■■■';!.' 1 - . <

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2035, 12 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2035, 12 January 1889

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