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I I SELLING OFF! SELLINGJOFFU G B B A T j CLEARING SALE OF WATCHES CLOCKS AHD JEWELLEIN A* j; V. STKkTZ 261 HIGH STREET CH3USTCHTJKCH. ON account of the re-building of tht City Hotel, the heavj walla adjoining my Premises bave caused several ol my Jarge plate glasa windows to bt completely smashed, which compels me to replace them -with new ones. Ai the same time I lntond having my promisee renovated, »nd having oidered all the latest Improved Window Fittings fiotn England fs well as a large consignment of the newest designs in Watches, Clock*, and Jewellery, to make room for them I •m compelled to reduce my present Extensive Stock.

Therefore for one month I intend to hold a GREAT CLEARING BALE in all lines of WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELLERY SPECTACLES ELEOTRO-PLATED WARE FORKS SPOONS, &o, Ac. Too numerous to desorlbe, J. F. STBATZ 1 Has been noted all through New Zealand as the only Watchmaker who his sold the very best quality Goods at the Lowest Prices, and during the present, aalej no reasonable offer will be refused. AH Goods aro marked at specially Low Prices and a written guarantee with every article seld. Special attention will be given to country orders accompanied V 7 cheque or Post Office Order, and all Goods ordered will be for warded by return i post. THIS GREAT, OLEARING_SALE Laals foe One Month only and'tejfa rar opportunity of obtaining the [highest 4uality Please Note the.Addreßß— J. T. STEATZ PRACTICAL] fiTATGHMAKEB AMD JEWELLER o* &J*3 STRSMT 1 CHBISTCHtTBCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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