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J. F. Stratz fe Co __! Railway Time-table. RAILWAY TIME TABLE-OHRIBT-nqUROH, OAMARD DUNEDIN, South, Wkek Days. Winslow (for JTF OTTO A HP 7 Longbeach.., „ ... # 5;»3 •X?• © A XA;i\. X /J« Windermere ... „ * .« * Hinds.- J- „ ~. * 5-4° .WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, Ealing ... „ • • • AND OPTICIAN, Rangitata Island „ * ... * Rangitata t_ „ 8.20 * 6.35 281 HIGH STREET, Oran (for GeralCHRISTCHURCH. ,£™ to( £ " "•« 'M ' ' Geraldine) ... „ ■ 9.0 ♦ 7.9 SPECTACLES A BPEOIAJITY. Temuka -.• „ 9.1412.6 7.*4 Arowhenua L. „ * — . * WE HAVE juet received direct from the Seadown .- „ • .- * Manufacture™ m Lepsrig, Germany, Washdyke Jun. „ 9.44 ... 5>57 a very Large ABBorlment of bpectaclts, Eye Timaru ...arrive 9.55 12.37 8.10 Glasseß, and other Optical Goods, and havo 2-^= — — now the largest and best Assortment of P« m » Bpe tacJes m the eoleny lo chocse from, rimaru.« depart 7.2012.57 4.40 „. Normanby ... „ * _ Spectacles to suit all sights, Is ral*. St Andrews -. „ 8.0 1.25 5.20 Otaio ... «. „ 8,14 < 5.34 Spectacle* m nicely finished Frames, Is 6d. Makikihi .. „ 8.32 1.44 5.52 Hook .„ .- ,» * .. * OurSpectacltsat2s6d pair. The whole of Studholme Tun. „ 8.55 a.o 6.1C the Frames are warranted of best steel, Waihao * ... * hardened and tempered^ Waitaki North" ',', 9^2 Hi 7^5 Superior quallcy best polished L«nse«, SKi? 011111 " • ~ I Ba 6d pair. Hilderthorp « „ _ - V 1 - Richmond — „ • ... • Best Crystal Spectacles, m finely finished Pakeuri Tun. — „ 10.40 ... 7.55 hardened Bteel Frames, 4s 6d fair. Town Belt — » —— " Oamaru ... „ 11,0 3.10 8.15 The Crystal Spectacles we can safely recom- Oamaru— depart 7.30 3.22 4.25 end an tho test substitute for Pebbles. Hampden _ „ 9.11 4.36 6.33 Hillgrove ... „ 9.24 ... 6.51 Our guaranteed Pebble Spectacles, everyone Palmerston »«. 10.13 5.23 7.40 stamped, 7s 6d pair. Waikouaiti 11.0 5.55 Waitati _ „ 12. 1 6.40 Advantages of PEBBLE LENBEB. Dunedin .„ arrive 1. 10 7.40 The surface of Glass Lenses soon becomcß dull nnd cloudy, owing <0 the action of the Nmti , W«wic Hav«l perspiration of tbe hands and faco upon 'ne bemical m gradient? of the glaBS. Pebble Lenses being made from a natural crystal „ (found Id Br. zil) are not m tbe le st degree subject to int. deterioration, retaining t»eir a - m « £■»• £«• P' m b'ilHant polish nnde- constant use for as « any g""'*"' 1 , ~-<fcp*rt 8.10 3.20 years as gl«88 lenßcs do months. This «s of Port Ohalmeri „ 8.34 great imp rtance. The surface of gl^ss lenses, Waitati ... „ 9.13 4.32 alno. booh becomes covered with ne scratches Waikouaiti «. „ 9,55 5.25 which destroy their clearness Pebble lenses Palmcreton ... „ 10.22 5.57 being extremely hard are not affected m this Hampdea '• .« „ 11. 17 7.6 manner. Pebble ienses are remarkably cool Qamaru ... „ 12.30 8.32 to the Eyes. Pebble Lenses are not bo liable ■ — ITL-1! •* '•* to breakage at those of. glass. ' Oamaru .-depart 7 ; a0ia.50 4.»| _-^_ I own celt «~ „ m> The "Pantascoptlo," newest thape Pebble. I'ukeuri Jun. ... „ 7.43 .- 4.41 The "Pansoannoptio," tinted spectacle, Richmond «. „ * ~- " acknowledged the belt spectaole for the eyet. Hildertborp ... „ • .» • Ooncave Spectacles In large variety. Folders. WaitakiNi Z !! C9OZ iJao Convex ot Concave from 2s fid pair. Bye Wa S " • ™ ProtectorB f BUcolour. ( l8 6^pair. studholme ]£. \\ 9.5 1^96.5 | JSir^rz^vs±^^A ||™ - :: 4~* Bides,»Folders,e.c,etc L SfS-d«— Z \\ &fi £# JfJ Goegles, ail wire or wire and glass, 6d o»ir. Normanby .„ „ ♦ ... • Timaru 10.50 3.5 7.50 Spectacle Cases m large variety. Gold and Timaru ...depart 7.30 3.17 .. 5.20 Silver Frames made to order, Your Washdyke Tun. „ 7.42 ... ... $.12 s'ght tested free of charge Seadown .■„ „ • « .. • CHRISTMArPRESENTB. Te^ka™" 1 Z\\ 8."i 3 3.49 Z 6*3 Before porcha'ing elsewhere inspect Our Winchester (for Ftock of Watchea, clock*, and Jewellery, and Qeraldine) ... „ 8.29 ... «. 6.20 prove for yourselves that we have tho largest Orari (for GeralStock m the colony to choose from, and on dine ~ „ 8.47 * ~. 6.35 which we have made special reductions on onr Rangitata S. ... „ 9.10 • _ M already well-known low prices. - jj o< i 8 iand .„ » Please note the addres;.— . fe ... „ • • _ _ __ •' -—. . Hinds ... „ 0.55 * J. F. Stratz, Sr «- .. ■ • , Longbeach... „ 10.15 • ►« «. WATOBMAKES AND JEWELLER, Tinwald „ 10.3* ... ... « Ashburton arrive 10.46 5,27 .« M 261 HIGH STREET, a.m. pttn TCT/^T-ITTTSr'I-l' Ashbuiton depart 10.55 5.37 7.10 CliKlblCrlUK^n. Dromore .» „ * • • Chertsey «. „ 11:34 * ir.49 ___——— : R&kaia .« „ 11.53 6.19 8.9 Dunsaudel ... „ 12.30 * 8.46 Selwyn ... .. 12.40 * 0,0 THE WONDERFUL Bumham ... „ 12.57 • 9.17 Rolleston Jun. arrive 1.8 7. 11 .^ CANADIAN MEDICINES. Rolleston Jun. depart 1. 1 1 7-»3 * Weedon's „ * b b SPECIAL WABNING, Tcmpleton .„ „ 1.30 b b Hornby ...arrive 1.39 b b Ab the above Medicines bave been imitated Hornby depart 1.44 I "b and sold m Dnnedin, I will In future put a Sockburn ... „ * b * green label bearing my pignature on each Middleton ... „ • • • bottle, and none will be genuine without. • Addington Tun. „ 2.4 b 10.9 £10 Keward will be giv n to anyone who Christchurch arrive alO Ice in.ie can give Buch informution as will lead to tbe nnst cnurca arrive) 2. io 7.55 10.15 conviction of nny perßon or peisons copying . the same label and signature. Platforms only. Trains do not stop at — — these unless required. Notice thould be jnven THE CANADIAN REMEDIES to the guard at the previous stopping station Are the very best Medicines brought to New &?s£££" '° *°" ° f t0 cure j s ™s p ata°r do r pr n^ r ; only - The following are a few ot many hundred ' f? p *°? 'c r t c< i" lredi , TMtimonialareMWedi-; ; t Starts from RAngitata on Saturdays only, PARALYSIS. °n other days it starts from Onr* DbDuflot, . — ~- Dear M 8 y r -n, GaorgeNewton, nowtwelve CHRISTCHURCH AND LYTTELTON. years of age, has suffered from paralysis from Passenger trains leave Christchurch at 6.55, his childhood, and never walked m his life 7>3°> 8 -5> 9-5. 10.25, a.m., 12.10, 1,25, 2.40, without two crntchos till you treated him with 4.0, 5.30, 6.15, 6,50. 8.15, p.m,, arrive m yonr wonderful Canadian Medicines. He is Lyttelton 7.20, 7.55, 8.30, 9.30, 10.50 a.m now completely cured.^^ ,^35, „50, 3.5, 4 . 25 , 5.55, 6 . 40 , 7 ., 5 , 8.40, No. 2< Worceste^treet,Ohrißtchnrch. F ' T ; aing i^g Lyttelton for Christchurch at B IP JOINT DISEASE. 6>5 °' 7-3°» .8.35, 9.35, 11.20, a.m., 12.40, 2.0, 3«25« 4.30, 5«iS» 6.0, 7.20, 9.0, p.m., DrDdfWT, **** m Chngtchurch 7.15, 7.55, 9.0. 10.0, Dear «ir % — n -45» »•"•» »-5» 2.35, 3»s°> 4-SS» S-4<>, 6.25, Charles Frisk, my boy, whom you treated foi 7«45i 9- 2 5i P.™. ' Wp joint dißeaes, I am now pirated to say ij EXTRA TRAINS I internally well. He suffered for two years, An ct _ t • Thuwfiavs Imv« riirJ.t and during that time he never walked without «g ££?£*% Mr Fbibk, Saturdays at 10.0 p.m. An extra train leaves" Woolf ton Btatior, Chiistohurch, Lyttelton for Christchurch on Thursdays at EHEUMATIBM. ".o p.m., and on Saturdays at 10.30 p.m. De Duflot. — • — Dear Sir,— , I have Buffered from Rheumatism for the gfREJEi SaStf i'dhlSf WhS RAKAIA AND ASHBURTON FORK? quite nnable to help myself m any way. I ' BRANCH, used ypui Canadian Medicines, nnd am no^ _ quite free from the awful pains, and feel quite To Methvbn p.m. Udinmylife. UnßmM% Hatfield Z? T Gladstone Street, Ohristchurch. bomerton «. „ X Mitcham ~. „ % dB PRICE OF THE CANADIAN MEDI- Sherwood .« „ $ CINE, 7b 6d, sent carefully packed to Lauriston .. „ 7,33 any address m New Zealand. Urrajl „ „. „ j J__ "~". . Lyndhurst ... „ t TT : St.T IfiT.»71 fiT.»7 Cairnbrae .„ „ t .X. OtltitZ, Methven ...arrive B*lo 261 HIGH BTBEET, MtoSF^-^XZ Cairnbrae 1 ... „ CHRISTCHURGH K^ :: ;; * Lauriston .„ „ 7.17 SOLE AGENT. Sherwood .- „ \ . . Mitcham .- „ ± To whom all Poßt Office Ordersllare to bo Somerton ... ' made payable. Ilatfitid .« „ % SUB-AOENOY - Rakaia. ... arrive 8.0 I Platform only. Mr D, McFarlane mount somers branch. STOREKEEPER To Mount Sombrs p.m. AslVirfon ... , M ...depart 5.45 ASHBURTON; Tinwald JuncUon . ... „ 554 ** w "• • Chelmsford .• „. ... , t WesteiSeld .^ «..#..„ Hackthome Road M M „ Valletta ... M M „ Anama ... _ M „ 1 Cavendish ... ' ... ... •• \ Mount Somcrs ... ...arrive] 7,20 1 ♦•■■...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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