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J. F. Stratz 'ft Co J. F. STRA.TZ, WAIOHMA.KBR, JEWELLER, AMD OPTICIAN, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. SPECTACLES A SPECI4.TITY. WE HAVE jnst received d r rect froti the Manufacturers m Lepszig, Germany, a very Large Assortment of Bpectacl s, Bye Glasses, and other Optical Goods and hav>now the largest and beat Asao tment of Bpe taoles m the col.ny Co chorse from, Spectbdes to sui' all sights, Is pair. Spectacles m nicely finished F>ames, ts 6d. Onr Spectacle s at 2s 6d pai-. The whole o f the Frames are warranted of best Bteel, hardened and tempered. Superior qnalicy best polished Lenses, to 6d pair Best Crystal Spectacles, m finely finished hardened Steal Frames, 4a 6d .air. The Crystal Spectacles we can safely recmend aa the best substitute for Pebbles. Onr guaranteed Pebble Spectacles, every one stamped, 7s 6d pair. Advantages of PEBBLE IENSES. The Burfac of Glass Lenses Boon bscomeß dull .-nd cloudy, owing to the action of the certpiration of the hsndsand faco upon -he hemical ingrac-ienti of the glass. Pebble Lenses being made from a natural crystal (found m Br. zil) ara no*, m the le st degree Bubiect to thi» deterlorau'n, retaining t^eir b- illiant polish under constant use for as v any j ears as glass lenses do months. This is of great imp itance. ,The surface of gbsa lenses, alßo, scob becomes covered with ne scratches., which destroy t .eir clearneßß Pebble lenseß being extremely hard f.re not affected m this manner. Pebble 1 enM3 are remarkably coo] to ths Eyes. Pebb'e Lensei are net so liable to breakage at those of glass. The'^antaßcoptic," newest chape Pebble. The "Pansodunoptic" tinted spectacle, acknowledged the best spectacle for the eyea. Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folders, Convex or Concave frtfm 2b 6d pair. Eye Protectors, all colours, Is 6d pair. We have a very large cssortment of colonred Glasses, sucb as the '•Globular," ••Double Bides," Folders, c c, etei Goggles, all wire or wi c and gla c 8, 6d vtir, Spectacle Ca^es m larsje variety. Gold and &ilver Frames made to order. Your b ght tea ted free of charge chribtmasTpresents. Before purchasing elsewhere inspect om Stock of Watches, Olocks, and Jewellery, and prove for yourselves that we have the largest Stock m the colony to chooße from, and on which we have made special reductions on Otu already ell-known low prices. Please note the addres — J, F. Stratz, WATCB MAKER AND JEWELLEB, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. THE 'WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. SPECIAL WABNING, As the above Medicines have been imitated and sold m Dunedin, I will m future put a green label bearing my signature on each bottle, and none will be genuine without. £10 Keward will be giv n to anyone who can give such informntion as wili lead to the conviction of any person or peisons copying the same label and signature. THE CANADIAN REMEDIES Are the very te3t Medicines brought to New Zealand, nnd which have bee a proved to cure when all other remedies have failed. Tbe following are a few of many hundred Testimonials received ■. — PARALYSIS. DbDtjbxot, Dear £ir,— My bob, Gaorge Newton, now twelve years of age, has goffered from paralysis from biß childhood, and never walked m bis life without two crotches till you treated him with yonr wonderful Canadian Medicines. He is now completely cured. Georgb Newtok, No. 2 Worcester street, Cbristchurch. HIP JOINT DISEABE. De Dtjflot, j Dear Sir,— ! Charles Frisk, my boy, whom yon treated for h ; p joint disease, lam now p) eared to say ij internally well. He soffflred for two years, \nd during that time he never walked without crntchee. Ma Frisk, iWooleton Statior, Chtistcbnrch. RHEUMATISM. Db Duflgt. Dear Sir,— ' I have Buffered from Rheumatism for the last eighteen years, and during the last three years I have been confined to a chair, being quite unable to help myself m any way. I nsed yom Canadian Medicines, t-nd am nov qnite free from the awful pains, and feel quite strong and well, and walk as well as I ever Ud m my life. Mis EtTTTOir, . Gladstone Street, Christcnurch. i£E PRICE OP THE CANADIAN MEDICINE, 7s 6d, sent careful y packed to any addresß m New Zealand. ' J. F. Stratz, 261 HIGH STEEET, CHRISTCHURCH SOIE AGENT. To whom all Post Office Orders are to be made payable. BUB-AGENCY - Mr D, McFarlane, STOREKEEPER. ASHB URTON.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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