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For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d, 2s 6d.—AdTt.

HH £B&*fjd3«f Cjh R jft I f*" II I A STUDY IN 11 mnrwrwrm niMUMjyiif |jn What do you know C^2|" .w> . "zl^ET^ Many housewives make 111 / J& " mistakes about Corn Flour. >^ \ J^Jvjpgr^?' Some use k only for —^7^"^-*^* Mim^ , making blancmange. jLJ Others think it is only for , jf i^ffi|~gaj sweet milk puddings; but r *^_ ' ™ it makes e«oellent savoury & '' ■, f\ diskestoo. f& fi Corn Flour is not for occasional use, but is an everyday n economy. Another mistake is to think that any Corn || y ' Flour will do. It is important to use j Broun * Poisons jj j Corn Hour § y the kind that made. Corn Flour famous. tag ||j Corn Flour for everyday light cookery is a revelation to B LJ housewives who have formerly only used it now and then. LJ p They have learned how many simple, yet attractive, W %% light dishes it makes. H o*. Learn the secreis of easy Corn Flour cookery. The |8j N Brown & Poison recipe kook «*>«'# help you. It gives Lg ; simple instructions for the making of economical sweet ™ gS and saooury dishes, soups and sauces. It can be had tag ' i free for a pottcard to /. B. Gilfillan & Co., P.O. H & Box 848, Auckland. Write for a copy TO-DAY. Hf QTinrmriM m wmrwnrm « m « q m.MH

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LXXII, Issue 0, 11 May 1917

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LXXII, Issue 0, 11 May 1917

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