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i*>.: !>y *■ ;«. .i '■"V/i.r 1/ .a ~..' '■■'•.-■'■V' '/*>", , :]'-'»'■ ) i SELLING OFF! SELLING OFE 111 li BEAT CLEARING SALiS WATCHEB r CLOCKS AMP ! JEWELLtKY A* j; F. STifcA.T£ 261 HIGH STREET CHRISTCHUKCH. ON account of the re-building of the City Hotel, tho heavy walls adjoining my Premises! bave caused several of my large plate glass windows to be complefcolp smashed,which compels me to replace them vith new ones. &t the came time 1 intend having my prqmiees renovated, trad having ordered aU iho latest Jmprovod, Window Fittings : fiom England 1 8 well as a largo consignment of the newest deoig's in Wntche?, Clock?, and Jew licry, to mako room for ihetn 1 am compelled to rtvioee Wf proeeDt Extenßlvo Siook. Thorofore for one month I intend to hold a GBE&T OLEABlf^e BALE in all ! licea of j WATCHKS 0LO0K3; JEWELLERY SPECTACLES ELECTRO/PLATED WABE fORRB BFOOKS, &c, &o. Too nameroua to deßctibe, J.F. STBATZj Has been noted all through New Jfaalond as the only Watchmaker/who has apld the very best quality Goods »t the Lowest Prices, and during the preineat aale. do renaonable oflfer will be refused. All Goods ar3 marked at specially Low Prices and a written guarantee with every article sold. Special attention will be given to country orders accompanied by oheque or Poßt Office Order, and all Gvods ordered will be for warded by return t post. THIS GUM'S CLEARING BALE Lasts for One Month only and Is a rar opportunity of obtaining the s highest quality Please Note the Address— J, P. 1 STEATZ PRACTICAL MATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER I j &IQM STREET CHBISTCHURCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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