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J. F. Stratz Sc Co ; J. F. STRATZ, WATOHMAKBB, JBWBLLBB, AND OPTICIAN, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. SPECTACLES A SPECIALITY. , WE HAVE jnst received direct from the Manufacturers m Lepszig, German 7, a very Large Assortment of Spectacltß, Kye Glasses, and Other Optical Goods, and have now the largest and best Assortment of Bpe taclea m the col:ny :o chocee from, Spectacles to sni- all Bighta, la r air; Spectacles m nicely finished Frames, la 6d. Onr Spectacles at 2a fid pai'. The whole of the Frames are warranted of best eteel, hardened end tempered. Eupsrior qualicy best polished Lenses, 8s 6d pair. Best Crystal Spectacles, m finely finished hardened Steel Frames, is 6d pair! The Crystal Spectacles we can safely recomend as the best substitute for Pebblea. Onrgnaranteid Pebble Spectacles, every one stamped, 7s 6d pair. Advantages of PEBBLE lEtfSES. The stirfac-! of Glass Lenses Boon becomes dnll and cloudy, owing to the action of the perspiration of the hands and faca npoa 'he - hemical ingredient* of the £ glaBS. Pebble Lenses being made fiom a natural crystal (found m Br; zil) ara not m the le st degree subject to tbi« deterloraticn, retaining their b illiant polish under constant use for as a any jean* as glass lenßes do months. This is of great imp stance. The surface of glasß lenßes, also.sooH becomes covered with • ne scratchet., which destroy tteir clearness Febble lenses beintr extremely hard ore not affected m this manner. Pebble lenses are remarkably cool to th» Eyes. Pebble Lense3 are net so liable to breakage as those of glass. The " Pantascoptic," newest Fhape Pebble. Ihe " Pansodunoptie, 11 tinted : spectacle, acknowledged the best spectacle for the eyes. Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folderg. Convex or Concave from 2s 6d pair. Fye " Protectors, all colours. Is 6d pair. We have a very large assortment of coloured Glasses, such ai thi •• Globular," >• Double Bides," Folders, e'e, etc^ Goggles, all wire or wire and ghv.B, 6d v»ir. Spectacle Caies m large variety. Gold and Silver Frames made to order. Yonr sight tested free of charge CHRIBTMAB~PRESENTB. Before purchasing elsewhere inspect Out Stock of Watches, clocks, and Jewellery, and prove for yourselves that wa have the largest Stock m the colony to choose from, and on which we have made special reductions on onr already v»ell-known low prices. ricase note the addreß — ■j, F- Stratz, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 261 HIGH STBEET, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. SPECIAL WARNING, 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 Howard -will be giy/ n to anyone who can give such information as will lead to the conviction of any person or paißona copying the same label and signature. THE CANADIAN REMEDIES Ard the very best Medicines brought to New Zealand, *nd which have been proved %o cure when all othe* remedies have failed. ; The following are a few of many hundred Testimonials received ;— PARALYSIS. DR Dttflot, Dear Sir,— My son, Gaorge Newton, now twelve years of age, has soffered from paralysis from his childhood, ard never walked m his life without two cratches till you treated him with you wonderfnl Canadian Medicines. He is now completely cured. Gbobgh Newton, No. 2 Worcester street, Obristchnrch. HIP JOINT DISEASE. Da Duflot, • , Dearßir,— ' Charles FriSTr.my boy, whom you treated for hip joint disease, I am now pleated to Bay is internally well. He Buffered for two years, and during that time be never walked without cratches. Me Frisk, Woolston Statioc, Qhiistchnrch. RHEUMATISM. Da Duflot. Dear Sir, — I have Buffered from Bbeumatism 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 any way. I used your Canadian Medicines, t&dam nonr quite free from the awful pains, and feel qnita strong and well, and walk as well as I ever Ud m my life. <- ■• -MIB SCTTOK, ' ' . Gladstone Street, Chriatchurch, ' j£B PBIOE OF THE CANADIAN MEDICINE, 7s 6d, sent carefully packed to - any addreßS In New Zealand. J. F. 261 HlGffif STBEET, QH RI STCHURCH SOLE AGENT. To whom all Poet Office Orders.are to be mada payable. BUB-AGENOY — Mr D, McFarlane, ASH ! BURTON. ' T'l 'i ■•-

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2039, 17 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2039, 17 January 1889

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