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THE "THERMETTE"

An Ideal Quick Boiling Picnic Kettle "PAMPINCx out" is growing more *" popular every year for the annual Christmas holidays — the open air, the freedom from the restraint of everyday living make an irresistible appeal to the city folk. There is an insistent urge to get out-of-doors and away when summer-time comes along. In many cases, however, an insufficient knowledge of the necessities and small conveniences which make the whole difference between comfort and discomfort, have ruined what would otherwise have been a firstrate holiday. Experienced campers and : picnickers have discovered the convenience of "Thermette," the quick boiling picnic kettle. This is a ' splendid device and can be used anywhere. A few twigs, some rubbish or newspaper, and m"a very few minutes, there are a dozen cups of hot, refreshing tea to cheer and gladden the way. "Thermette" should certainly be added to the list of requirements for the holiday season. It is stocked by John A. Hart and Co., 28 Farnshawe Street, Auckland, who Will forward it post-free to any address m New Zealand, at a cost of 14/-.

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THE "THERMETTE" NZ Truth, Issue 1304, 11 December 1930

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