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THE MAUI NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917.
$ 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
To the Housekeepers of Maul: '
The work of this department Is done by women of Maui, and it is real
work. They Inaugurated It with an idea of doing a patriotic service. The
need for conserving foods and of making greatest use of home grown food
stuffs has been emphasized. To make the sacrifices in this connection
easier was the big object of the undertaking.
These women are willing to keep up the work if they have assurance
that their efforts are being appreciated. The MAUI NEWS, will also be
glad to give its space and facilities to the same end if it Is really worth
If YOU are getting anything out of this department If YOU care to
see it continued we would like to have you let us know. Write us a letter
or fill out and return the coupon below.
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Those Who Travel
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Peel bananas and cut lengthwise.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper and le
mon juice, dip in flour, egg and cracker
crumbs and fry in deep fat. Drain
and serve with lemon sauce.
2. Fried, No. 2
Roll sliced bananas in flour and!
saute In frying pan with a scant
amount of drippings or butter until
browned on both sides.
3. Banana Fritters
Peel and out lengthwise and once
across. Let stand for 1 hour after
sprinkling with 1 tbl. sugar and 1 tbl.
lemon juice to each banana. Dip in
fritter batter and fry as usual.
4. Banana Sauce
Boil cup sugar and 1 cup water 10
minutes. Mix pulp of 3 bananas, 1
beaten egg, 3 tbl. lemon juice and salt
to taste together. Pour hot syrup
over fruit mixture and beat till
creamy. Serve hot on puddings, cust
5. Deviled Bananas
Melt 1 tbl. butter, add 1 tbl. red pep
per, 2 ts. chopped pickles, 1 ts.
Worcestershire sauce, M ts. salt. Add
4 bananas cut in quarters and cook 5
6. Rice and Bana Compote
Boil 3 cups milk, thicken with 2 tbl.
cornstarch, and sweeten to taste. Sim
mer 6 bananas 'in this for hour.
Add vanilla when ready to serve over
steamed well cooked rice.
7. Banana Tapioca
Wash 1 cup pearl tapioca and cook
with 1 quart water In a double boiler
till clear. Add 1 cup sugar and when
dissolved pour over dish in which are
sliced bananas. May be made richer
by cooking with milk and adding 2 well
8. Banana Salad
Roll sliced bananas in mayonnaise
and then in finely crushed walnuts.
Serve on lettuce . '
9. Banana Salad. NO. 2
Cube bananas after peeling, mix
with an equal amount cooked green
peas and let stand in a French dress
ing hour. Drain, arrange on a let
tuce leaf, put a few slices of banana
on top and cover lightly with mayon
naise. 10. For A Vegetable
Cut partly green bananas quite
small. Boil 10 minutes and serve in
a cream sauce well seasoned. Avoid
cooking in an iron or tin pan.
11. Baked Bananas
Remove skins, halve and put in a
shallow baking pan. Melt 2 tbl. but
ter add 13 cup sugar, and 2 tbl. lemon
juice. Baste bananas frequently while
baking in a slow oven 20 minutes.
12. Baked Bananas. No. 2
Put fruit in a shallow pan without
peeling and bake until skins become
dark. Sprinkle with sugar after peel'
ing before sending to the table.
13. Baked Bananas, No. 3
Take large cooking bananas. Split
skins down one side and open slightly.
Spread banana with butter and sprin
kle with salt and pepper and cayenne
and lay in baking pan. Put into a
moderate oven and bake till soft.
Serve in skins.
14. Banana Pudding
Soak 1 cup stale cake in - 2 cups
scalded milk for hour. Mix with
V& cup banana pulp, add cup sugar
and M ts. salt, 1 ts. vanilla and 3
slightly beaten yolks. Bake in in
dividual buttered dishes and serve
with ordinary pudding sauce.
15. Banana Filling For Cake
Mash bananas for 1 cup pulp, add
Juice V& lemon or orange, cup sugar,
and 1 tbl. butter. Cook till thick, cool
and spread on layers. Or heat in a
double boiler and stir in 1 egg beaten
with 1 tbl. sugar. Cool before spread
16. Banana Pie
Make undercrust. Peel and slice
bananas enough to fill pie pan, sprin
kle well with powdered sugar.add 1 ts.
of any preferred spice, 1 tbl. butter
and 1 tbl. cider or apple Jelly.
17. Banana Brow Betty
Alternate layers of cracker or bread
crumb with layers of sliced banana,
dotting with bits of butter and grape
or guava Jelly. Sprinkle with sugar,
flavor with a little lemon juice, moist
en with milk and bake. Serve with
18. Banana Cream
Rub bananas thro' a coarse sieve.
Add on equal amount of cream and a
pinch of salt. To 1 pint of mixture
add 2 ounces of powdered sugar.
Whip until creamy. Chill and serve
very cold in tall glasses.
19. Banana Soup
Melt 1 tbl. butter and add 1 tbl.
flour. When bubbling add 1 pint milk
and stir well until smooth and creamy.
Add cup banana pulp and cook 5
minutes. Season with salt and pepper.
20. Baked Bananas And Bacon
Split lengthwise 6 partly ripe bana
nas. Sprinkle with salt and pepper,
lay a thin strip of bacon on each half.
Bake in hot oven about ten mintues.
21. Baked Bananas And peanuts
Spread buttered bread or fresh
toast with peanut meal or butter and
lay a hot baked banana on each slice
and serve piping hot.
22. Banana Chutney
Slice 6 bananas very thin and mix
with 1 lb. finely cut onions and lb.
chopped dates. Add pint vinegar
and boil till tender. Beat to a pulp
with a wooden spoon, add M lb.
crystallized ginger, 1 ts. curry powder
2 ts. salt lb. syrup and boil till dark
and thick. Seal in bottles while hot.
23. Banana And Roselle
Put sliced bananas in a baking dish.
Sprinkle over them finely chopped
peanuts. Cover with 1 pint young
tender roselle and sprinkle with 1 cup
of sugar. Cover and bake until done.
Per Mauna Kea, July 23, from La-
halna MIbs Tomlinson, E. K. Bevins,
Mr. Perry and wife, T. Osakl, J. Fu
klya. Miss Tsertz, Mrs. Perry, J. B.
Thoni, Mitsu Sezima and infant, Tera-
kawa, J. Cabral, Fujitanl, O. B. Schroe
der, E. Heen, G. Barker, K. Tol, C. F.
Severance, W Stephenson, G. Farns-
worth, Suzima, Fukada, Sato, Hago,
J. L. Osmer, A. Osmer, H. Kubola,
Mrs. Dislelli, Robuta, Hugh Howell, J.
Howell, Hush Howell Jr., Tackaberry.
By str. Mauna Kea, July 20, from
Lahaina K. Ida Hirokawa, Col. Dob
bin, Capt. Booth, A. V. Peters, Capt.
and Mrs. Harbold, S. Anhulu, W. Ka
lunklnl, F.Eckhard, T.Sauers and wife,
W. H. Friedloy, Dr. Joses, Dr. Roth-
rock, Lena Mahulu, Y. Kodama, A.
Hongo, Mrs. and Miss Makahl, S.
Stelnhauser, S. F, Hiu, H. D. Wiu,
Ethel Thorn, T. and J. Carey, W. F.
Kaae, Dr. Osmers, E. R. Bevins, C.
Crowell, Ohialul, Miss Sabln, Miss
Payne, Miss Ah Wong, Miss New
castle, Misses Santiago, Mydle, Rod
rlgues, Parker, Joseph, Hohoka, Mar
tini, Saunders, Bradle, Brown, Anna
De La Nux, Ortiz, Bush, Corrello,
I'er Inter-Island Bleamer Claudine,
July 21, Miss Dow, Mrs. Kim Dong
Goon, Master Kim Dong Goon, Miss
Kim Dong Goon, V. J. Burgess, H. W.
Rice, Mrs. Rice, T. M. Church, Jr., T.
M. Church, R. L. Halsey, F. B. Both
wick, Abby Tilton, T. Kalaupaa, Mrs.
Kealoha, Mrs. C. T. Bailey, Sister
Beata, W. II. Hlserman, C. C. Ander
son, Jno. Bergi G. Knappe, Miss Akl
niorl, Mrs. Akimori, Kawahara, Martha
Brown, Joe Sweeney, W. T. Kister,
Mrs. White, Mrs. J. Martins, Miss
Travares, Miss Lei Alana.
Per Mikahala, from Maui Molokai,
and Lanai ports July 21 Mrs. L. Sal
onson and wife, R. D. Mead, wife and
daughter, C. Apnna, wife and five
children, Chung Ning, T. Ayau.
Per Inter-Island steamer Claudine
July 24, Master T. O'Brien, Mrs. J,
F. O'Brien, Miss A. E. Judd, Mr
Webber, J. F. Wieburg, C. S. Wright,
Richard Wright, M. Shigio, F. Som, M.
Haruchl, Miss M. Estrella, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Boyum, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Lewis, Miss Lewis, Mrs. A. F. Tavares,
Miss Tavares, Mr. Medkiff, Wm. Len
nox, Ho Yee Cho, J. T. Seo, Oiona,
Chung, A. B. Cruz.
By str. Claudine July 21, L. Morris,
Ashford Austin, Dr. Raymond, F.
Sommerfeld, A. Andrade, Mr. and Mrs.
Fukuoka, Mrs. Helen Alexander. Mrs
A. W. Sleeper, Mrs. F. H. Partridge,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bull, Mrs. H,
C. Brash, Mrs. Henry Kekuewa, Sister
Flavlana, Mrs. E. Gomes and infant,
Miss Anna Heulu, Mrs. J. P. Mendiola,
Master Mendiola, F. Kubota, Mrs,
Daisy Mersburg, Mrs. Mary Kaululaau,
Per Mikahala, for Maui, Molokai
and Lanal, July 24 Miss Waterhouse,
Miss P. Waterhouse, Miss E. water-
house, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis, Miss
Pupihea, Mrs. Nakeuina, Mrs. Lewis,
and 3 children, Miss K. Kupehea, Mas
ter Kupehea, Mrs. Clinton, Miss Rose
Rowan, Father Thomas, Master Trot
ter, Dr. F. E. Trotter, Mrs. John Ma
kahl and 2 children, Miss Fapana,
Miss D. Hobbs.
By Wllhelmina, July 27, F. B.
Rosecrans, Mrs. F. B. Rosecrans, Miss
G. Rosecrans, B. F. Balch, J. E. Der-
mocly, W. Thompson.
Honolulu to Kahulul, Miss L. Mac-
farlane, Mrs. E. Macfarlane, Hedwlg
Lanz, Mrs. J. L. Hopwood, and 3
children, Mrs. H. Bowman, Mrs. J.
Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hopper,
Miss Alice Hopper, Henry Afong, Mrs.
J. A. Spalding, Mrs. J W. S. Williams
and Son, F. W. Klehahu. Jr., Mrs. K.
Wakimoto, W. A. Ramsay, Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Rice, Mr. D. F. Balch, Mr.
Morton and sone, Mrs. Edwards, Miss
Edwards, K. Izuma.
Entered Of Record
D. L. MEYER, by High Sher. to Bank
of Maul, Ltd., ad damnum 1759.50,
July 19, 1917.
KINI KAHAIKUPUNA to Jos. N. Vs.
hinul, Vi Int. in Lot 5, Kaunakakal,
Molokai, May 11, 1917. $50.
JOHN PUK1LA to Zella Cockett et.
als, Int. in Aps 1, 2 & 3 of Kul. 6429,
Keokea, Kula, Maui, June 29, 1917.
MOSES M. KAHIAPO & WF. to Wm,
A. Baldwin Tr. int. in 1 share in
hui land, Ulumalu, Hamakualoa,
Maul, July 21. 1917. $500.
JOAQUIN GARCIA & WF. to Frank
Botellho, int. in 2 shares in hui land
& pc, land, Peahi, (Hamakualoa),
Maul, May 17, 1917. $500.
HALIAKA M. KAWAIHOA (widow) to
J. K. Kahookele. 3 A of Kul 8314
Ap. 2, Waiaka, aWiluku, Maui, July
6, 117. $900.
J. GARCIA & WF. to J. K. Kahookele-
por. R. Ps. 5349 & 5995, Puanea,
Waihee, Maul, July 6, 1917. $2500.
J. K. KAHOOKELE & WF. to Walka-
pu Agrclt. Co., Ltd., por. R. Ps. 5349
& 5995, Kul. 8314, Ap. 2, & RW.
Puanea, etc., Waihee, Maul, July 10,
WAILUKU SUGAR CO.. to J. K. Ka
hookele, parcels 1 & 2 of Kul. 643,
High St. Walluku, Maul, July 10
FRANK BOTELLHO & WF. to Bank
of Maul, Ltd., int. in 2 shares in
hui land & pc. land & 15 head of
cattle, Peahi, (Hamakualoa), Maui,
May 17, 1917. $500.
J. K. KAHOOKELE & WF. to Bank of
Maul, Ltd., R. P. 1240 & pors. Kul.
643 & pc. land, Kiwela, etc. Wailuku
Maul, July 10, 1917. $5000.
MAIKUNU to Wailuku Sugar Co., 60-
100 A of Kul. 3458, Fohakunui, Wai
ehu, Maul, July 16, 1917. Full term
of 10 yrs.
WAILUKU SUGAR CO., to Makunu,
fish pond & pc. land, Waloeo, Wal
ehu, Maul, Full term of 10 yrs.
Assignment Of Leases
CHUM CHONO to J. K. Kahookele, 3
A of Kul, 8314, Ap. 2, Waiaka, Wai
luku, Maul, July 7, 1917. $270.
J. K. KAHOOKELE to Kaikapu Agrctl
Co., Ltd., 3 A of Kul. 8314, Ap. 2,
Waiaka, Wailuku, Maui, July 10,
ON THE OTHER ISLANDS
(Continued from Page Four)
Teachers Not Allowed
To Use Transports
Because of the demands of the army
and navy, Hawaii teachers have been
barred from using the transports in
making trips to the mainland this
summer, and this barrier probably
will not be removed until the war is
over. As a result, about 150 teachers
who had planned to go to the coast
for their summer vacations, have de
cided to stay in Hawaii and substitute
tours of the islands and other out
ings for the mainland trip.
"Fore! " shouted the golfer, ready
But the woman on the course paid
"Fore!" he repeated, with not a bit
more effect than the first time.
"Try her with 'Three ninety-eight,'"
suggested his partner. "She may be
one of those bargain-counter fiends."
Selling Potatoes, Bananas And Grapes
At Low Prices Eggs And Poultry
Unchanged Pohas From Hawaii
HONOLULU, July 20, The price of
eggs and poultry remain the same.
There are very few changes in the
green vegetable market.
Island Irish potatoes are falling off
in price due to the importation of
California new potatoes. In order to
clean up the potatoes on hand, the
Division is going to sell them by the
bag for $2.75.
The grapes that have been coming
from Hawaii have been selling well at
6 cents a pound. A great many people
have taken advantage of the low price
to make grape juice, jellies and jams.
Another large shipmen is expected to
morrow morning and a shipment Is
coming down from Maul on Sunday.
Tohas are being used in large
quantities by housewives for making
jams and jellies. A large shipment is
expected from HawaU tomorrow.
Bananas are very plentiful and in
an effort to clean up some old consign
ments, the Division is going to sell
them at a very low figure tomorrow.
Buy a bunch of bananas, a basket of
grapes and sack of potatoes. A. T.
LONG LEY, Superintendent.
1917 Indian MotorcyclesHonolulu Prices
Powerplus twin cylinder, cradle
spring frame, 3 speed model.
Develops 15 to 18 horsepower
on dynamometer test.
Powerplus twin cylinder, cradle
spring frame, 3 speed model,
with complete electrlca
equipment including amme
ter. Develops 15 to 18 horse
power on dynamometer test.
Improved side car with adjust
Standard delivery van with ad
justable axle, body dlmem
justable axle, body dimen
sions 40" long, 21" wide, 21"
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