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DRAPERS OR TOY SPECIALISTS

Dobbie and Harloek have again to notify the public, owing to repeated inquiries, that, they do not intend stocking toys at Chrielmae. Our business as "drapery (specialists'' jV to sell goodquality go,i<lt> at reasonable prices, and our efforts in this direction havo be<>n appreciated. "Wo leave tho toy" trade to tho toy specialist, who, having struggled through a hard winter and an indifferent summer, looks to Christinas, for some return, and we maintain that drapers like ourselves should not butt into th<> toy trade for a. few days. Prire-cutting extraordinary : Ladies' all-wool ecfitinnes, in serges, twoods, «iTk-lined, etc.. worth up to 635. now 12s 6d. See windows. "White embroidered muslin blous-es, all sizes. Is ; worth 6* lid. Shiploads of neckwear, a. collar. Tew piece? tussore pure, folk, 54in. Is lid Millinery half-price. Dobbie nnd Harloek. draperv specialists -[Advt.l

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DRAPERS OR TOY SPECIALISTS, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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DRAPERS OR TOY SPECIALISTS Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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