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THE MAUI NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917.
9 LIBERTY CATERING 9
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
Housewives would do well to preserve the tables for future reference.
They will prove valuable.
As stated In previous articles the basis of the measurement of foods
adopted by dieticians Is the 100-calory portion. The 100-calory portions
given below are taken from a list furnished by the "Good Housekeeping
Institute." It Is hoped that additions may be made to this list later.
"Correct weight and a feeling of fitness Indicate proper food sup
ply. Does each member of your family pass these tests?"
Fuel Value of Some Food Materials in Terms of Common Measures.
Distribution of Calories
100-Calory Portion Wt. Prot. Fat Carbo Total
Food Material and Measure oz. Hyd. Calories
Beans, navy, dried, 1 cupful 7 179 32 . 473 684
Beans, Lima, dried, 1 cupful 5V4 112 21 408 641
Bran, 1 cupful ' 2 31 13 174 218
Bread crums, oven dried, 1 cupful Z 52 17 304 373
Cheese, American, grated, fresh
1 cupful 4 130 366 2 498
Cornmeal, 1 cupful 5 52 24 428 504
Cornstarch, 1 tblspn. 13 ... ... 34 34
Currants, dried, 1 cupful 5 15 24 463 502
Eggs, 1 large 2.5 32 68 ... 100
White, 7 large 6.4 100 100
Yolks, 2 large .94 17 83 ... 100
Flour, Graham, 1 cupful 5 75 28 405 508
Flour, Rye, 1 cupful 5 38 12 446 496
Flour, Wheat, sifted, 1 cupful 4 60 10 335 395
Flour, Wheat, sifted, 1 tblspn. 3 1 24 28
Peanuts, chopped, 1 cupful 3.7 108 365 102 575
Raisins, 1 cupful 5 .15 42 432 489
Rice, uncooked, 1 cupful 7 63 6 627 696
Suet, 1 cupful 3 19 730 ... 749
Sugar, granulated, 1 cupful 6 45 625 625
Sugar, brown, 1 cupful 6V& 3 2 635 625
Tapioca, 1 cupful 7 25 820 820
Please note that the above table is given In terms of common mea
sures. It is given to help the house-keeper estimate the calory value of
materials used in combination. For example, when flour, eggs, butter,
sugar and milk are combined in a cake it is easy to figure the calory value
of the cake. Having the calory-value of the whole cake it is a simple
matter to estimate a 100-calory portion.
1. Savory Cabbage
Slice 1 head of cabbage fine. In 1
tbl. bacon fat fry 1 chopped onion till
soft. Stir in 2 ts. flour, cup water
and the cabbage. Cook till tender
and Bcason with salt, pepper and dash
of nutmeg or ginger. Fresh ginger
root is a pleasant addition while cook
ing, using about 1 tbl. chopped fine to
an ordinary sized cabbage.
2. French Cabbage
Chop 2 cups cold boiled cabbage
and drain till dry. Stir in 2 tbl. melted
butter, pepper, salt and 2 tbl. cream.
Heat through and add 2 well beaten
eggs. Turn into a buttered frying
pan, stir till very hot and brown on
under side. Serve In a hot dish.
3. Stuffed Cabbage, No. 1
Run 1 lb. round steak through food
chopper, add Its. salt, ts. ginger
and pinch of nutmeg or mace. Beat
in 1 cup milk, adding a little at a
time. Cut out inside of cabbage,
leaving a thick wall. Fill with the
meat mixture. Steam until done nd
serve sliced with melted butter or
sauce. Sauce, cream 2 tbl. butter
ts. salt and a dash of cayenne.
Add 1 egg yolk and 1 ts. lemon Juice.
Cook over hot water stirring constant
ly. Remove and beat In while hot 1
more egg yolk and 2 ts. lemon juice
and stir until smooth.
4. Stuffed Cabbage, No. 2
Mix left over chopped chicken or
pork, with an equal amount boiled
rice, season with salt and pepper, 1
finely chopped onion, 1 chopped green
pepper and a sprig of parsley. Scald
a loose head of cabbage. Open up
the leaves, and fill mixture in between
leaves. Tie up in cheese cloth and
cook in boiling water or steam, till
tender. Drain and serve with white
sauce if desired.
5. Cabbage Rolls
Cut leaves from cabbage and par
boil in salted water for 5 minutes.
Drain and cool. Mix 1 cup bread
crumbs, 1 beaten egg, salt and pepper,
2 ts. onion Juice, cup water and 1 lb.
sausage meat. Put sufficient on each
leaf to allow for a neat roll, place in
a baking pan with a small amount of
water and bake till brown.
6. Cabbage Loaf
Remove crust from a loaf of bread
and scoop out the Inside leaving a
box with V4 inch sides. Saute in flat
until browned. Shred a tender white
cabbage, soak In cold water for Vt
hour, drain, and cook uncovered in
boiling salted water with a pinch of
soda for 25 minutes. Drain, add salt,
pepper and 1 tbl. butter. Fill box
with alternate layers of cabbage, and
a mixture of bread crums and grated
cheese. Pour about Mi cup milk over
contents, sprinkle grated cheese on
top layer, and bake 15 minutes.
7. Baked Cabbage
Put 2 cups cold boiled cabbage
through food chopper. Mix with it
1 tbl. butter, a pinch of salt, H ts,
nutmeg and 1 well beaten egg. Line
a buttered pudding dish with browned
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crumbs, press tn the cabbage and bake
in a moderate oven. Serve with
8. 'Fried Cabbage
Cut cabbage fine, enough to make
1 quart. Sprinkle with V4 ts. salt,
add 2 cups boiling water and cook
rapidly until dry. Add 1 tbl. butter
and 2 tbl. milk, dust with pepper and
heat until browned.
9. Baked Cabbage and Tomato
Drain and season 1 parboiled sliced
cabbage. Put into baking dish, cover
with 1 cup grated cheese, 1 finely cut
tomato, and Vi. cup olive oil. Bake
1 hour in a moderate oven.
11. Scalloped Cabbage
Put a layer of sliced cabbage in a
baking pan and sprinkle with salt.
Cover with a layer of fresh bread
crumbs, till pan is full. Fill pan with
milk and bake. Add milk if neces
12. Ladies Cabbage
Boil a head of young cabbage for
about 20 minutes and change water
once. Replenish with fresh boiling
water. When tender, drain and cool,
then chop fine. To 2 beaten eggs.
add 1 tbl. cream, 1 tbl. butter, salt to
taste, stir well and bake in a buttered
dish till brown.
13. Snow Cabbage
Chop up a medium sized head cab
bage very fine. Beat . 1 cup cream,
sweet or sour, with cup sharp
vinegar, a pinch of salt, and 2 tbl.
granulated sugar till foamy and serve
on the raw cabbage as dressing.
14. Cabbage Salad
Mix 1 well beaten egg, 1 tbl. sugar,
4 cup vinegar, ts. mustard, ts,
butter and cook until thick. 1When
cool, add Mi cup sweet cream or milk
and pour over shredded tender cab'
bage which has been seasoned with
salt, pepper and celery salt.
15. Hot Slaw
Boil 1 finely cut cabbage with 1 cup
water for ' hour. Add
tbl. sugar, 1 tbl. butter and salt to
taste. Beat 1 pint sour cream and 1
tbl. flour together and add to cabbage.
Let boil up once and stir in Mi cup
vinegar just before serving.
16. Cabbage Fritters
Boi the heart of a cabbage in boll
ing salted water until tender and dry
with cloth carefully. Season with
salt, little sugar, nutmeg or paprika
Dip each leaf in fritter bather and
fry in hot deep fat
17. Cabbage Omelet
Mince cold boiled cabbage add
seasoning to taste, and 1 well beaten
egg. Make omelet and before rolling,
fill in cabbage mixture.
18. Indian Cabbage
One cabbage well shredded and 2
potatoes cut into inch cubes. Take
dripping from water, and put into a
pan with 2 tbl. melted butter, 3 inches
green ginger root. Season witn salt
and pepper, 1 ts. curry powder, and a
pinch each of allspice, cloves and
cinnamon. Cover very tightly and
simmer in its own steam.
Entered Of Record
KAEAIHEANA LILI, (k) to M. Dudoit
int. in 6 A of Kill. 8559B, Ap 27, Wal
alua Molokal, July 6, 1917. $30.
JOAQUIN GARCIA & WF. to Maria
G. Rodrigues, pc. land Pulehunui,
Kula, Maui, July 3, 1917. $1.
MARIA G. RODRIGUES, to Minnie
R. Garcia, pc. land, Pulehunui, Kula,
Maul, July 3. 1917. $1.
KALE I NAMAKAOKALA & WF. ET
AL to Auhnna Akina, R. P. 4112,
Kul. 4416, Waihee, Maul, June 26,
J. KALEI NAMAKAOKALA & WF.
ET AL to Auhana Akina, int. in R.
P. 622, Kul. 3718, Waihee, Maui,
June 26, 1917. $1.
KEKALIA & WF. to William Thomp
son, Int. in R. P. 1249, Kanalo, Ho
nuaula, Maui. July 2, 1917. $100.
JOHN MINER to Antone Pombo, lnt
In R P 3399, Pae Premises, Wailu
ku, Maui, July 7, 1917. $462.50.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO. LTD, with
E W Welch, to sell for $335, motor
cycle, Maui, June 20, 1917. $100.
KAMI LA SMITH to A Pombo, Aps 1,
2, 3, 4 H 5, R P 4113, Kul 4405 BP,
Ohia, Waihee, Maui, May 31, 1917.
10 yrs at $30 per an.
NOHOHUI K KAPUAA to A Pombo,
Ap R P 6459, Kul 4405, Waihee,
Maui, May 31, 1917. 10 yrs at $10
WILLIAM KAIIALEKAI to A Tombo,
Ap 1, R P 5330, Kul 3866, Waihee,
Maui, June 1, 1917, 1 vrs at $25
EMMA WAAL to Lau Tong, pc land,
biags, etc, June 26, 1917. 15 yrs
at $35 per mo.
ROBERT J. K. NAWAHINE & WF.
to Bank of Maul, Ltd., 47-100 A
land, Waihee, Maui. July 3, 1917.
You are cordiallv Invited tn rnnnM-
er the SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
offered by the Aliiolanl Hotel during
your stay in Honolulu.
Large, airy rooms, with homelike
surroundings and excellent board.
ars pass me aoor.
3320 Waialae Road. Phone 7161.
NOTICE OF MEETING
Industrial Accident Board
The monthly meeting nf th Tn.
dustrial Accident Board for the Coun
ty of Maul will be held in the Wair
luku District Court Room, Wailuku,
next Tuesday morning, July 17th at
10:30 o'clock. All persons having
business with the Board are asked to
WILL. J. COOPER, Secretary.
KAHULU1 RAILROAD CO.'S
IffSPemSSJ 1 Kahului, Maui, T. H.
Those Who Travel
Per Claudine, July 10 Brother
Frank, Brother Philip, Brother Char
les, Brother Lewis, W. A. Louisson,
Brother Raymond, Mrs. A. W. Adams,
Master Joseph Bilsamal, Mrs. E. Bil
samal, Father Valentin, L. Steinhau
ser, Geo. E. Lake, Mrs. Morris, Miss
K. Morris, Miss R. Morris, Miss S.
Per Claudine, July 7, Miss Hoogs,
Miss G. Hobson, E. Jenkeno, R. Kil
lian, W. Lesueur, Miss MeGuire, Mrs.
R. K. Perry and infant, Miss M. Mou
ra, Master Perry, Miss K. Cornwell,
W. O. Smith. D. B. Straus, Mrs. A.
Chock, L. A. Perry.
Ter Inter-Island steamer Mauna
Kea, July 6: From Lahalna: J. A.
Wilson, Miss Stephenson, Miss Watch
ford. Miss Pali, Mrs. Cockett, Miss
Cockett, Miss Hensen, Mrs. Paris E.
Sahi Kalapohi, David Luke, Mrs. Mar
ques, Mrs. Rodrigues, J. Haul, Mrs.
Woolsey, Fukuda W. Wells W. Love,
O. Srhuman, F. Moore, R. H. Hind, A.
L. Chung, II. Lemke, Miss Rodick,
Miss Y. Rodiek, Miss Werslg, Miss P.
Rodick, Miss Wong, J. II. Tappen.
By Mauna Kea, July 9 F. H. White,
Miss Bergen, Miss Bergen, V. Hurd,
Miss K. Malloy, C. Ahrens, G. Mclner
ny, Miss Delacknow, F. A. Beckett, D.
S. Wadsworth, A. R. Wadsworth, J. L.
Coke, Tasaki, J. R. Cockett, J. M.
Brown, H. R. Johnson, J. Cabral, W.
Akau, L. Gravalvo.
Civic Convention Is
Not To Be Postponed
Notwithstanding the war and the
consequent abandonment of many pub
lic affairs the Sixth Annual Civic Con
vention will be held in Honolulu
September 16, 17 and 18, and will be
bigger and better than ever.
Raymond C. Brown, chairman of the
central executive committee in charge
of the convention has received a
message from the National Chamber
of Commerce in Washington in which
they told him that President Wilson
has especially requested that sucn
events as civic convention proceed as
usual not only with enthusiam but
with greater than before regardless of
Hawaii's civic convention and Hon
olulu will give attention to many sub
jects leading to the making of the
Hawaiian Islands a better place in
which to live and every man who is
interested in such a result is eligible
to attend the sessions of this conven
tion and to add his suggestions should
he have any.
Wailuku Construction and Drayage Co., Ltd.
TRANSFERING AND DRAYING
BANK OF MAUI
showing its condition at the close of business June 30th, 1917.
ASSETS, owned by the Bank
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $555,383.52
This represents loans and advances to
customers of the Bank.
Cash on Hand and in Banks 173,214.67
Actual gold and siver coin and Sight Exchange
on correspondent Banks.
Bonds and Securities 278,561.59
This is practically our secondary reserve, for
the protection of our depositors, consisting
principally of high grade, Territorial, Railroad
and Industrial Bonds.
Real Ustate and Banking Premises 21,000.00
Actually owned by the Bank, located at Wai
luku, Lahaina and Paia.
Furniture and fixtures 6,600.00
Contained in the Main Bank at Wailuku and
its branches at Lahaina and Paia.
4 Representing the valuation of the Bank's equity
in the Lease upon its Wailuku property.
Total Resources $1,035,684.78
Capital Stock Paid In $150,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 18,477.74
Dividends Unpaid 4,500.00
Being Dividend No. 1 of 3 percent upon the
The Bank and its Branches has total deposits,
net, as above.
Total Liability $1,035,684.78
Territory of Hawaii )
Island and County of Maui )
I, C. D. LUFKIN, Vice-President and Manager of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Vice-President an.d Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July,
A. D. 1917.
ENOS VINCENT, Notai? Public.
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