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J. F- Stratz 8s Co , I -..- . -•■ '■•■ ■ - -■ ■ ■•• • ■-• ; - _ JVF. STRATZ, WATOHMAKBB, JBWELLEB, AMD OPTICIAN, 261 ..-, HIGH STRBETi CHRISTCHURCH. ; [. BPEOTAOLES A SP^ECIAIITY. WE HAVE just jeceived direct from t] Manufactures m Lopszig, Gterman a very Large Assortment of Spectacles, Fj; Glasses, and Other Optical Goods and hanow the largest and bsat Aeso tment Bpe tacles m tiie colny lo choc Be from. S?ectscleß to gni all sights, 1? -'air. Bpectacle3 m nicely flnhhed F< ames, Is 6dj '■> Our Spectaclf aat 2s fld pai-; The whole tbe Frames ara war ranted, of best stei hardened and tempered. ; ; Eup'rioriiualicy best polished tenses, 8s 6d pair Best Crystal Spectaotes, m finely finishi hardened Steel Frames, 4s 6d |air; Thft Cryßtal Spectacles we can safely recoj end as the best substitute for Pebbles. Our guarantead Pebble Spectacles, Wery oi stamped, 7s 6d pair. ~~ Advantagea of PEBBLE LENSE3. The Borfac? of Glass Lenßes soonbeoom dull !-nd cloudy, owing to the action of t! perspiratibn of the hands and face -upon *] hemical ingraiient3 of the glassy Pebt Lenseß being made from a natural cryst (found m Bhzil) ara not m tbe le=Btdegr eubject to tbiw deterioration, retaining tbf b: illiant polißh; under. consfent use for as aai Tears aa glogs lenses do months. This is great impiitance. The surface of ghBS lens< also, booh becomes covered with ■ ne scratchi which destroy t u eir clearness Pebble lens being extremely hard sre not affected m tl manner. Pebble 1 enues are remarkably cc to ths Eyes. Pebb'e Lenee? are not bo liat tobreakage ßß.those of glass. \ - The H Pantaßeoptic," newest fhape Pebbl Ihe •• Pansoonnoptaq, 1 . 1 tinted sroectac acknowledged thebesc 'spectacle forthoey< Ooncave.Speotaciea m large variety. Convex or Concave from 2b 6d pair,- Bye *"" -' Protectors, all colours, Js. 6d pair. >.■ - ' ■ '^ '"' ' '%_ We haye a very large assortment of colour Glasses, such as the '* Globular," •? Doul Bides," Folders, c.c, etc; | Goegles, all wire or wire and glats, vt Spectacle Ca a cs m large variety, Geld a Silver Frames made to order. 3£our s'ght tested free of charge ' GHRISTMA^PRE^ENTk" Before pnrchasing 1 elsewhere inspect O Stock of Watches, clocks, and Jewellery, ai prove for yourselves that we have the laxqt Stock m the colony to choose from, and' which we have made special reductions on o already well-known low prices. r : -Please note the addres' .— - :' Z Z f WATOBiIAtZVL AND JEWELLE^ j;- ._ ; ; ;2(^iHIGH;BtEEE r tO:S 5 CHRISTCHXJRCH. WONDERFUL ' ? CAJ^Am£N MEpiCINEB. „ :;. . PPECiAL ' As the above Medicines have been imitate* and sold m Dunedin, I will m future put i green label bearing: my signature on eacl bottle, and none will be" genuine without. , £10 Beward wiE be giv n to anyone wh« can give eucb-informution ns •will lead to th< conviction of any person or peisons copying the same label and signature., " " - ' THE CANADIAN REMEDIES Are the very best Medicines brought to ' New Zealand, and which have bees proved to j cure when all other remedies have-failed. . , Tbe following are % few'oi many hundred Testimonials received ;— i PA.EALYSI3. sDbDpflot^ y ~ n - ■ r.'Dearßirj-^ ••■. i " -* My Bon/Gsorge Newton, now twelve yean of age, has suffered from paralysis from bis childhood, and, -never , walked m hia life 'without two oratcoes till you treated him with your wonderful Canadian Medicines. Ho is now completely enred. 5 „••,-• -• - Gbobgh .Nb-wtoit, ■:, No. 2 Worcester street, Cbristchurch. BIP JOINT DISEABE. ; ; 'Dear Sir,— ' x Charles Frisk, my boy, whom yori treated for hip joint disease, I am now pleated to SW U internally well. He suffered for two years, and during that time be never walked without cratcheß. Mn Fbisk, Wooleton Stetior, Ohristchurch, BHEUMATIBM. " Db Dtjflot. Dear Sir. — X have suffered from Bbeutaatfam for the lost eighteen years, and during the last three years I have been confined to a chair, being qnite onnbleto help myself .m any way. I nsed your Canadian' Medicines, md am noff quite free from the awful pains, and feel qui^j strong and well, and walk as well a3 l ever Mdiamyufe. . . i't.s /i">' ; ■'■'■' - ■ MIS SttTTON, ' w Gladstone Street, Christchurch. I ■ £E PBICE OF THE CANADIAN MEDICINE, 7s 6d, sent caref nl y packed to any address m Ke?? Zealand. <''£ 201 HIQM: STBEMf CHRISTCHURCH •■■■■-' : EOIE AGENT. To whom all Post Office Ordeiß^are to.fee mads payable. <. : - . ! 0:. fcUJB-AaENOY «i '_' X Mr D, McFariane, . STOREKEEPER, , A SH B yRTON.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2040, 18 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2040, 18 January 1889

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