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Mr Palmer's Display.

Mr Chas. Palmer has, if possible; surpassed even his efforts of previous yean in making his Christmas display of confectionery, which is now on vi«w in his window in Pollen street. " Father Christmas " takes his stand in the centre, as in previous years, but in other matters ol detail tho dis\clay has been added to and improved v pon, there being several now features in>^the confectionery line. *he fiddler and\ the dancing figures are seen to advantage as usual, and the window is of cdturse surrounded by an admiring crowd oi children, to whom its varied contents IW-e a never-failing source of wondermen*\t_ and juvenile envy. A special word\©f praise is due to Mr Palmer's comlectionery, which is mauuf actured entirely by himself and guaranteed to be\l>ure and unadulterated. In no artici\« is the public more liable to be entrapped than in imported confectionary, and b)» buying from Mr Palmer and encouraging local industry the purchaser obtains wetter auality at a less price. The h«% and Christmas decorations with Vwhich the windows are festooned arel a genuine work of art, and every creditUs due to the enterprising proprietor. \

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Mr Palmer's Display., Thames Star, Volume XXVIII, Issue 8544, 24 December 1896

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Mr Palmer's Display. Thames Star, Volume XXVIII, Issue 8544, 24 December 1896

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