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SELLING OFF! SELLINGJJOFFU GrBBAT CLEARING SALE | OF WATGHEB CLQCP AND JEWELLEBY j: F. STKA.TZ 261 HIGH STREET CHBISTCHUKCH. ON account of the ra-building of tho City Ho'el, tho heavy walls adjoining my Piemiees Lave caused several of my large plate glass windows to be completely smashed,which oompels me to replace them rith new ones. At the same time 1 intend having my premises renovated, and having ordered al! the latest improved Window Fittings fiom England i-e well as a large consignment of the newest designs in Watchei, Clocks, and Jewellery, to make room for them I am compelled to reduce , vay present Kxtenalve Stock.

Therefore for one month I intend to hold a GREAT CLEARING SALE in ull lines of WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELLERY SPECTACLES ELECTROPLATED WARE FORK.B SPOONS, &c, &o. j Too nnmerons to describe. J. F. STBATZ Has been noted all through New Zealand as the only Watchmaker who hsi sold the very best quality Goods at the Lowest Prioes, and daring the prjwent^sale,' no reasonable offer will be refuted. All Goods are marked at epeoially Low Prices and a written gaaraotee with every artiole eeld. Speolal attention will be, given to country orders accompanied fry oheque or Post Office Order, and all Goods ordered will be for warded by return « post. THIS GTtEAT CLEABING SALE Lasts foe Oce Month only and fojta rar opportunity of obtaining "the ghighest quality PUase Note the, Address— J. F. f STEATZ! PRACTICAL ?7ATOHMAKKB JEWELLER *, EIGM STREET CHBISTCHURCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890

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