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■'."'V '■'" .-"C-VivV '" ,■■ -■■:- SELLING ;OFF! SELLINGJOPFU G B E A T| CLEARING SALE OF WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELLS j: f. stja^tz 261 HIGH STREET CHKISTCHUECH. ON account of the re-building of the Oity Ho'el, tho hoavj walls adjoining my P/emiaea have cawed several of ray large plato gla^s wladows to be completely smaabed.whicb compelo me to rop'ace thorn vrlth. dow ones. &.t the same time 1 intend having my premises renovated, ftnd having o>dorod al! th& latoet improved Window FittiDg3 fiom England i 6 well aa a Urgn coneignment of the newest denig s in Watcbe-, Olocke, and Jewellery, to make room for (hem 1 am compelled to reduce nay present HSxtenslvo Stock. Therefore for one month I intend to hold 4 GREAT OLBABINa SALE in all lines of WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELLERY SPECTACLES ELECTROPLATED WABE f ORRB BPOONS, &o, &c. Too nameroua to desoilbe. J. f. STBATZ Haa been noted all through Now Zealand as the only Watob maker who has sold the very best qualify Goods at the Lowest Prices, and during the present Bale, oo reasonable ..offer will be refused. All Goods are marked at specially Low Prfcetj and a written guarantee with every article eo!d. Special attention will be given to country orders accompanied by oheque or Post Office Order, and all Goods ordered will be for warded by return < poet. THIS G.^EAT OLEABINGJB&LE Lasts for Oce Month only end ls''a rar opportunity of obtaining tho f highest quality Please Note the .Address— J, F. STRATZ PRACTICAL AND JEWELLER a, £I*M STREET i CHBISTCEUECE. I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2392, 3 April 1890

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