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J. F. Strata -ft Co J. F. STRA.TZ, WATCHMAKER, JBWBLLBB, AND OPTICIAN, 261 HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. BPEOTAOLES A SPECI4.IITY. WE HAVE jnst received direct froii the Manufacturers m Lepezig, Germany, a very Large Assortment of Spectacus, Eye Glasses, and Other Optical Goods, and have now the largest and beet Assortment of Bpe.tacles m the colony la chocse from, Spectacles to sub all sights, Is i air. Spectacles m nicely finished Frames, 1b 6d. Ourßpectacl<sat2s6d pai-. The whole of the Frames are wa?ranted of beat steel, hardened and tempered. Superior qualicy best polished Lenßes, Be6dp&fr. Beet Crystal Spectacles, m finely finished hardened Steel Frames, 4b 6d fair; The Crystal Spectacles we can safely reoom- j ; end as the best substitute for Pebbles. ; Our guaranteed Pebblt Spectacles, every one stamped, 7s 6d pair. Advantages of PEBBLE IENSB3. The surface of Glass Lenses soon become* dull and cloudy, owing to the action of the perapiration of the hands and face '&* chemical ingredients of the glass. Pebble , Lenses being made from a natural crystal j (fonnd to Bn-zil) are not m tbe le«t degree subject to tbfo deterioration, retaining tteir b:iUiant polish under constant ÜBe for as ttany years aa glass lenses do months. This jb of j great imp .rtance. The surface of gbsa lenseß, aW scorn becomeß covered with ne scratches, Which destroy tceir clearness J*™. 1 ""* 8 being extremely hard are not affected m this manner. Pebble lenses are remarkably cool to ths Eyes. Pebble Lenses are not bo liable to breakage as those of glass. iThe K Pantaaeoptlc," newest shape Pebble. The •' Panßodunoptjo, 1 ' tinted spectacle, acknowledged the best spectacle for the eyea. Concave Spectacles m large variety. Folders.. Concave from. 2s 6dpair, Bye C Protectors, all colours, Is 6d pair. We have a very laTge assortment-pi coloured Glasses, «ucb as the -Globular," •• Double Bides," Folders, •'.«, etoi Goggles, all wireorwi-e and gla?s, fld oair. Spectacle Cases m large variety. Gold and Silver Frames made to order. Your s*ght tested free of charge ' christmaslpkesentb. Before purchasing elsewhere inspect Our Stock of Watches, clocks, and Jewellery, and prove for yourselvea that we have tiie largest Stock m the colony to choose from, and on whioh we have made special reductions on our already •well-known low prices. Please note the address . : J, F. Stratz, WATOHMAKBB AND JEWELLER, 261 HIGH STREET, ' CHRISTCHURCH. : THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES. gPEOXAL WABNING, Ab 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 giv n to anyone who can give Eucb informution as will lead to the conviction of any person or peisona copying the same label and signature. THE CANADIAN REMEDIES I Are the very best Medicines brought to New Zealand, end which have beea proved to cure when all other renwdies have failed. The following are a few of many hundred Db Duflot, I Dear Sir,— My bod, George Newton, now twelve years of age, has suffered from paralysis from bis childhood, and never walked m his life without two crutches till you treated him with jour wonderful Canadian Medicine?. He is now completely cuted. . ■ Gkoeoh Nkwtow, No. 2 Worcester street, Christchurch, HIP JOINT OISEABE. De Duflot, Dear Hir, — Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you. treated for hip joint di9eas9, I am now pleaied to say v internally well. He soffered for two years, and during that time, he never walked without crutches, *" • Mn Fbisk, Wooleton Stntior, (Jhriatchurch. RHEUMATISM.De Duflot. Dear Sir,— I have suffered from Rheumatism for the Jaßfc eighteen years, and during the last three years I have been confined to.a chair, being quite onableto help myself m any way. I need yonr Canadian Medicines, md am no* quite free from the awful pains, and feel qnite strong and well, and walk as well as I ever * iinmylife MIB B*TTOK. Gladstone Street, Christchuroh. &B PRICE OF TfIi~GANADIAN MEDICINE, 7s 6d, sent caref alj packed to any address m New Zealand. J. F. Stratz, 261 HIGH STBEET, CHRISTCHURCH SOLE AGENT. To whom all Poet Office Orderß^are to'Jbe mada payable. . SUB-AoiNOY - Mr D. McFarlane, STOBEKEEPER. ASHBURTON,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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