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m i &m SANTA CLAT7S lias arrived at DREAVER'S, with the Biggest Pile of the liveliest Toyß you over saw. Such a pile! They are overflowing everywhere. His nag wasn't nearly big enough to hold them._ And such beautiful Toys! You never saw the like before. Dolls of every sort and size. Sleeping Dolls, Speaking Dells, Dolls that wash, and Drills you can't break. Forts, Guns, Swords Drums. Won't our Boys grow up to be Soldiers now*! Dolls' Houses, Furniture. Tea Setts, Kitchen Bets, and all sorts of other bets. Marvellous Mechanical Toys that wind up or go by steam or electricity. Dreadnoughts, Destroyers, and Submarines-—Britain's Navy in miniature. Aeroplanes and Aeroplane Guns. All sorts of Indoor and Outdoor Gaines. Teddy Bears, Golliwogs, and RoUikins. Soft Stuffed Toys of every description. Cats, Dogs, Babbits, and Roosters. Jemima Puddleduck, Parratoos and Cnckakee.t?,. F-pade.-. Duckets, and Sand Sets. If there is anything Old Father Christmas has forgotten, we don't know what it is. Ho seems to have thought of Everything. So bring tho Children along acid let them choose what thoy waut him tO' bring them-at Christina* time. EORGE STREET. 'PHONE 1,822, m m 1m f i: m w m^,m^^ ■T'lNti- U.SCAK'' SAUDI NES are fm quality obtainable. Tii<?isf. mi erttm? " KIXG OSCAK." visitor:? ■jr IN< : ; OfcTAlt - SARDINES i!\.. I'ine-t duality obtainable. Insist on si-nmz '" KIXG OSCAK." f*fmV3^^ 1 ■ AS USUAL |l^B|*g2£Sli£2i£2SSj«iS™iSi •ft Business In our Stores continues as usual. W« continue to sell at our old " PEACE " PRICES. We have from the very outset refused to sell at inflated prices, and ncithor Wars nor Rumors of Wars will persuade us to desert this our Flzed Policy. ** s Your Cr—--B i •ft 3y keeping trade moving, and hsJp yourself at the same time by attendins to your Footwear needs nor/. In spite of the draad and uncertainty which prevails elsewhere, cur Stocks are more extensive and mora varied than ever, and ccmprlsa everything that Is Nev/ and Seasonal In Footwear. Be British •ft Buy Vj-hat you need as you need it, and you will nctrpay Inflated prioes if you shop at EESSBBEBlgßKgKgEggr&gi^taßgJAddai^^ tex^mmmm§**i Always Busy Shoe Stores s 212-214 George St £fo&*a«^^

Into the 553 lit A shortage of fel water soon_ dis■rJ plays itself in the y* parched appearanoo of things hi your Oaraen. if Spend n few shillmps in petting a Hose and Jet from us. Wirh these ['■ you can v<".:woy Nature's shortcomings at a moment's notice, and Keen H your Flowers attractive and your Grass fresh. !S Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, Roses, and Jets of AH Descriptions. ■•—ln Cain .tiu'ihcr - Nc; i P.nhber, or Wire-protected Knhber Host?. Company's beul. Canvas—Si roup;, close, and "R3. —For flnv. iiiiu; Greens. I /awns, Gardens. Rotary [ l <jj- MUbujiiaiv , ilnowinf; f 11: o inistv rpravs or heavy sprav. All are If portable. ' " [j SLSP'ON UNIONS. — special connections. Don t oome «[ off. The harder the pressure, lie* firmer they stick. IH I'KJCES AND ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN". Eatab. ISS9. Xnias Seaso. Sonio of the thinps that "HE" , is_ surf! to like. Here's puck J v,-ido variety of suitable Gift?— seasonable, smart, correct, and useful thing;: that every Man wants. Tho "PKOBLEM" of that Gift for Dad, Brother, or ''Boy" will solve itself when vou see these. Here are a letv stißKettionß :—SMART TIES, FANCY LAXDKEP.CH lEFS, SOX COLLAKo, STUDS, LINKS, ETC. iUWM*W 163 RATTRAY STREET.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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