"Mr Henry Frowde and MessrsHodder & Stoughton
publish for the Christmas season three books of nursery tales "costing only 1s. 6d. each"
"Hodder and Stoughton/Henry Frowde" (SFE3, meaning Henry Frowde imprint of H&S?)
"Henry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton" (catalogue
, turn of 1910/1911?)
Title page of same book The Cruise of the Gyro-Car
shows (four lines, centered):
Hodder and Stoughton
Other imprints viewed at HathiTrust show ampersand in publisher name, or comma or ampersand after "Frowde", variously combined
(1841–1927), manager of Oxford University Press operations in London, named Publisher to the University in 1880, helped establish OUP New York City office in 1896
--Wikipedia "Oxford University Press"
--Wikipedia "Hodder & Stoughton" does not mention Frowde