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J- F. StratzfisCo J. F. STRATZ, WATCHMAKER. JBWBLLEH, AND OPTICIAN, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. SPECTACLES A BPECIUITY, WE HATE jußt received direct fron the Manufacturers m Lepszig, Ctermany, a very Large Assortment of Spectacles, Eye Glasses, and other Optical Goods, aDd have now the largest and best ABSo.tment of Bpe tacles m the eoleny choc so from, Spectdclee to euir all sights, I 3 rair. Spectacle? m nicely finished Frames, la 6d, Onr Spectacles at 2s 6d pai'. The whole of the Frames are warranted of beet Bteel, hardened and tempered. Superior qualicy beat polished Lenses, 8s 6d pair Best Crystal (Spectacles, m finely finished hardened Bteel Frames, 4s 6d ; air; The Cryßtal Spectacles we can safely recamend as tha best substitute for Pebbles. Onr guaranteed Pebble Spectacles, every one stamped, 7s Gd pair. Advantages of PEBBLE LENBE3. The surfac2 of Glass Lenses soon becomes dull and cloudy, owing to the action of the perspiration of the hands and faca upon ■he hemical ingradients of the glass. Pebblo Leneea being made from a natural crystal (fonnd id Brfzil) ara not m tbe le.st degree subject to thin deterioratirn, retaining t eir b illiant polish under constant nse for as n any jeara as glues lenßes do months. This is of great imp rtance. Tbe surface of el°Bß lenses, also, sooa becomes covered with ne ecratohoi, which destroy t'.eir clearness Pebble lenses being extremely hard ere not affected m this manner. Pebble lenses are remarkably cool to ths Eyes. Pebb'e Lenses are net bo liable to breakage as those of glass. . . . TheTantaacoptic," newest" chape Pebble. Tbe "Panßodunoptio," tinted spectacle, acknowledged tie best spectacle for the eyeß. Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folders. Convex or Concave from 2b 6d pair. Bye protectors! all colours, Is 6d pair. We haye a very laTge assortment of coloured Glasses, sucb as the •• Globular," •' Double Sides," Folders, c c, eU. Goggles, all wire or wi-e and gla"B, 6d wir. Spectacle Ca?es m ]ar(?e variety. Gold and Silver Frames made to order. Your b ght tested free of charge christmaiTpresents. Before purchasing elsewhere inspect our Etock of Watches, flocks*,- and Jewellery, and, prove for yourselves that we have the largest Stock m (he colony to choosa from, and on which we have made special reductions on on* already well-known low prices. Please note the addres — J. F. Stratz, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLEB, 2CI HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. SPECIAL WAENING, As tbe above Medicines have been imitated and Bold m Dunedin, I will In future put a green label bearing my Bignnturo on each bottle, and none will he genuine without. jfclO Heward will be giv n to anyone who can give Eucb 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 bronght to New Zealand, and which have been proved to cure when all other remedies have failed. The following are a fevr of many hundred Testimonials received : — PABALYBI3, Db Duflot, Dear Sir,— My aon, George Newton, now twelve years of age, has suffered from paralysis from his childhood, and never walked m his life without two crotches till yon treated him with yonr wonderful Canadian Mediome". He is now completely cured. Gborgb Nkwtok, No. 2 Worcester ilreot, Cbriatchnrch. I BIP JOINT DISEASE. Dk Dtjflot, Deur Sir, — Charles Friak.my boy, whom you treated for h?p joint di3efi<33, I am now pleased to say i 3 internally well. He suffered for two years, and during thut time ho never walked without crutcheß. Mr Frisk, Woolpton Stntior, Chriatchurch. RHEUMATISM. Dr Duflot. Dear Sir, — I have suffered from Rheumatism for the lost eighteen years, and daring tho last three y< ars J have been confined to a chair, being quite onable to help myself m any way. I used yoor Canadian Medicines, jnd am now quite free from the awful pains, and feel quite strong and well, and walk nn well as I ever Ud m my life . Mis Epttoi*, Gladstone Street, Ghristchurch. c£E PBICB OF THE CANADIAN MEDICINE, 7b «d, Bent carefully packed to auy address ip New Zealand. J. F. "stratz, 261 HIGH STKEET, j CHRISTCHURCH SOLE AGENT. ; To whom all Post Office Ordera^are to be : made payable. SUJ3-AGENOY — Mr D, fflcFarlane, STOREKEEPER, ASHBURTON.. '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2044, 23 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2044, 23 January 1889

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