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J. F- S^^atz Ss Vo ; J. F. STRATZ, WATCHMAKER, JRWBLLBR, AND OPTICIAN, J 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. SPECTACLES A SPEOI4.I ITY. WE HAVE just leceived direct from thi Manufacturers m Lepezig, Germany a very Large .Assortment of t*pectacl b, Fyi G'aßaes, ana other Optical Goods, and hay now the largest and beat Asso'tment o Spe tacles m the colny lo chorse from. Bpect: cles to sui all eights, ls rair; S. eotacles m nicely Snished l?>ames, Is 6d. Onr Spectacle sat 2s fid pair. The whole o the Frames are warranted of best steel hardened and tempered. Superior qnalicy best polished Lenses, 8s 6d psir Beßt Crystal Spectacles, m finely finishei hardened Steel Frames, 4s 6d air. m. The Crystal Spectacles we can safely rec.m end as the best substitute for Pebbles. Our gnaranterd Pebble Spectacles, every om Btamped, 7s 6d pair. Advantages of PEB3LE IENSES. Tbe eurfac-- of Glass Lenses soon become dull ;;nd cloudy, owing *6 the action of thi perspiration of the hands and face upoi *hi hemical ingradientn of the glaßs. Pebbl Lenses being made from a n.tural crysta (fonnd ir Br zil) ara not m tbe le Bt degre subject to t^in deter;orati n, retaining tcei b. illiant polish unde- constant use for as g an; j ears as ghes lenses do mouths. This is o great imp rtance. The surface cf gl'<es lenseE also, scoa becomes covered with ne scratches which destroy t eir clearness Tebble lense being extremely hard _re not affected m thi manner. Pebble 1 en_es are remarkably coo to ths Eyes. Pebb'e Lenses are net so liabl to breakage bb those of glues. -*» * The M Pantascoptic," newest phape Pebble Qhe " Pansodnnoptic," tinted spectacl* acknowledged tke best spectacle for the eyet I Concave Spectacles m large -variety. Folden • Convex or Concave from 2s 6d pair. Fye Protectors, all colours, ls 6d pair. We have a very large ossortment of colonrei Glasses, such as the *• Globular," ■' Donbl Bides," Foldere, e'.c, etc; Bh Goggles, all wire or wire and gla^e, 6d o*ii Spectacle Ca-es m large variety. Gold ani Silver Frames made to order. Your e ? ght teated free of charge chkistmaiTpresents. an Before purchasing elsewhere inspect Ou _tock of Watches, blocks, and Jewellery, am ' provo for yourselves that we have the larges Stock m the colony to choose from, and O] which we have made Bpecial reductions on on already veil-known losv pricea. Please note the addres — J; F, Stratz, WATOB MAKER AND JEWELLER, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. SPECIAL WARNING, As the above Medicines have been imitated and sold m Dunedin, I will ln future put a green label bearing my signature on each bottle, and none will be genuine without. a £10 Keward will be giv n to anyone who can give such informutiou as will lead to the conviction of any person or peisons copying tbe same label and signature. THE CANADIAN REMEDIES Are the ye t 63 * Medicines brought to New Zealand, nnd wiif'-h have beea proved to cure when all other remco.!* 1 have failed. Tbe following- are a few ?* m &ny hundred Testimonials received : — PARALYSIS. Db Duflot, Dear Sir, — My son, Gsorge Newton, no**v twelve years of age, haß Buffered from paralysis from bis childhood, and never walked m his life without two cratches till you treated him with your wonderful Canadian Medicines. He is now completely cured. GEOEGH NEWTORf, No. 2 Worcester street, Christchnrch. HIP JOINr DISEABE. De Duflot, i 1 Dear Sir,— Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you treated for hip joint disease, I am no<v pleased to Bay i* internally well. He saffered for two years, an. daring that time be never walked without crntchei. Mn Fbibk, Woolston Statior, Chiißtchnrch, RHEUMATISM. De Duflot. i Dear Sir, — .- I have suffered from Rheumatism for the last eighteen years, and during the last three years I have been confined to a chair, being quite onable to help myself m auy way. I used your Canadian Medicines, bnd am no a* quite free from the awful pains, and feel quite strong and well, and walk as well as I ever lid m my life. MlB ECTTOSy Gladstone Street, Christchurch. dE PRIOE OF THE CANADIAN MEDICINE, 7$ 6d, sent carefnliy jpacked to any address m New 'Zealand, J.<F. Strata, 261 HIGH STREET, CH RISTCHURCH SOLE AGENT. . •■:• To whom all Post Office Orders are to be r made payable. SUB-AGENOY - Mr D, McFarlane, STOREKEEPER. ASHBURTON. i . . - . /•_ "*

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2037, 15 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2037, 15 January 1889

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