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Makes Delicious, Nutritious Dainties If you’ve never tried Thistle Semolina (Sweet Heart O’ Wheat) there’s a pleasant surprise in store. Thousands of N.Z. women to-day use Thistle Semolina for blanc mange, custards, puddings, scones, pastry—for thickening gravies—for soup—for macaroni cheese. It gives a new flavour that everyone will appreciate. But don’t compare Thistle Semolina with the coarse, unappetising article that is so often sold as Semolina. Thistle Sweet Heart O’ Wheat is absolutely different —being ground at the great Thistle Cereal Mills from the best selected wheat, treated by the most modern processes under conditions of scrupulous cleanliness. Dr. Robert Hutchison, the World’s leading authority on food values, writes thus of Semolina ;—“ It is prepared from the central parts of hard wheats that are rich in gluten. It contains about \\% of proteid or halt the amount contained in an equal weight of beef.'" THISTLE mmm {Sweet Heart O’ Wheat ) Here >• a >mK recipe by Miu Carter, the neted ceekory expert r CHOCOLATE SHAPE—I qnart m ilk, i tablespoonssugar, I tablespoou cocoa, 7 heaped tablespoons Thistle Semolina, 1 dessertspoon butter, few drops essence vanilla. Bring milk to boiling point, add sugar and batter. Moisten Thistle Semolina and cocoa, ■with cold milk and stir gradually into boiling milk. Boil for sf minutes, stirriug well. Add essence, wet a mould, pour in mix-1 ture. Whan cold turn out. Serve with cream or boiled custard., Every Thistle Semolina package contains a coupon enabling you to share in the great Thistle Free Gift Scheme. U mmyJi Essn

THE HELPFUL GUMLBAF. ASK ANY “AUSSIE.’' “Outback” in Australia gumleaf preparations are used to remedy all everyday ills. The Eucalyptus contains more healing qualities than any other plant known to science. All “Gnmlypta” Products contain those wonderful curative properties. Every household should possess—“GUMLYPTA” SALYE for promptly soothing and curing chapped hands, sores, skin trouble, and wounds of all sorts. “GUMLYPTA” SOAP—Sweetly perfumed and delightfully refreshing. Cleans, soothes, prevents skin blemishes. “JOY BATH”—For bath-tub or washbasin. Ozonised and delicately scented. Invigorating and refreshing. Get “Gumlypta” Products from any chemist. WANTED IN THE HOME. Wanganui, 6th November, 1919. We have thoroughly tested McKenzie’s SAFE CLOTH CLEANER AND RE YIYER, and can certify it is superior to any cloth cleaner we have used. All that is required is a small quantity in boiling water. (Signed) pr. pr. George and Kersley, Ltd., A. H. Rabone, Manager, ger.. Also from Messrs Kirkcaldie and Stains, Wellington, 4-12-18. Messrs Warnock and Adkins, Drapers, Wellington, 18th November, 1895; and Mr Warnock, Draper, Wanganui, 6th November, 1919. The American Novelty Co., Ltd., Wanganui, 29-11-19, (signed) Henry Bast, Manager. Highest testimonials from leading Merchant Tailors and Drapers in North and South Islands. “Has stood the test for 40 years.” Shops only; no hawkers. * Glitter” is a -polish that does all polishing work successfully in half the time with half the effort. That is why housewives everywhere are using— For Polishing Windows, Metal and Plate. ” Glitter ” is clean to use—and will not scratch or harm the most delicate surfaces. You can use it for all cleaning purposes. Full directions on packet. Sold by■ ail Grocers and Storekeepers. % of Polishes Gutter'

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Wanganui Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 15987, 2 December 1919

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