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They are Pantascopic, with Periscopic Lenses of the finest Brazilian Pebbles, well hardened and tempered Steel Frames ; m fact, PERFECTION m SPECTACLES

The highest medical authorities, confirmed by daily experience, prove that the use of Common and Imperfectly-fitting Spectacles is frequently the Cause of Impaired Vision, and m many cases Ruined Sight and Blindness. What is Essential m Spectacles is that the Lenses are Perfectly Clear, of Uniform Density, Free from Flaws, and that they are Properly Ground, with the Right Curvature. These Essentials are seldom found m cheap glasses, so that Spectacles are not good things to economise m.

WHEN ARE SPECTACLES REQUIRED?— When the Eyes water, or become so much fatigued by short exercise as to be obliged to be frequently closed or relieved by viewing different objects ; when objects cannot be seen without removing them to an increased distance ; when the letters of a book appear to blend with one another ; when more light is necessary than was formerly, as — when the light has to be placed between the eye and the book ; when much difficulty is found m threading a needle ; when the eyes appear as if they had a mist before them ; when black specks seem floating m the sight. When any of the above indications arise, all hesitation should be laid aside, and the aid of the optician obtained.

WILLIAMErOKETTS, OPTIOIM, O jSL. M J9L R XT, HAS ARRIVED WITH The Largest Stock of Optical Goods m the Australian Colonies, amounting m value to over £1000.

BO NOT FAIL TO INSPECT THEM. flS""* For further particulars, see local papers. Printed at the Oamaru Mail Office, Tyne-street, Oamaru

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 22358, 24 September 1889, Supplement

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