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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JAN 1, 1918.
rOC ARE RESPONSIBLE
for the welfare of those dependent upon you Have You Made A Will? if not, it is your duty to do so nt onro Do not make tlir excuse tliat your estate is !.i mall
Pinal 1 estates need more careful management even than large ones.
Make Your Will Now, and Appoint Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, as Extcu! or. Come in and talk it over with us, or write to us aNv.t this important
matter, a consultation with our oflieers will place you under no obligation.
You Will Make A Mistake if you appoint an individual as executor; no matter how loyal and capable lie may be, he is subject to accident, sickness, or death, and at
best his judgement is but the judgment of an individual.
Py appointing the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, as executor, you secure the faithful services of a group of strong, conservative, experienced business men, who
make a specialty of the administration of estates, and who possess up-to-date information on sound reliable investments. One or more of these men may fall sick or die, but
others stand ready to carry on the work.
The existence of the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, is perpetual, and rm may rest assured that the interests of your estate and the welfare of your loved ones
, will be safeguarded, if you name this company as executor of your Will, or Trustee 1'iuh r your Will.
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited
120 S. King Street Honolulu, T. H.
(CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $500,000.)
Stock and Bond Department Real Estate Department Insurance Department
Authorized by Law to act as Executors, Trustees, Administrators and Guardians.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Safe Deposit Vaults
J. R. GALT, Treasurer and Manager '
R. B. ANDERSON, Director
E. D. TENNEY, President C. H. COOKE. Vice-President
H. H. WALKER, Assistant Treasurer
C. H. ATHERTON, Director
3. G. WILDER, Secretary
F. C. ATHERTON, Director
John R. Bergstrom
Rep. Honolulu Music Co.
Pianos and Player Pianos
on small monthly payments.
PIANOS FOll REST
TUNING AND REPAIRING
Phone Lihue Hotel
We neutly puck and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposiis will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe DErosrr Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
MEETING OF SUPERVISORS.
A special meeting of the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Kauai
was held at the office of the Board
on Thursday, December 27, 1917, at
10 o'clock for the purpose of
completing the estimate of expendi
tures for public works and permanent
improvements for the next ensuing
Present: H. D. Wishard, Chairman
W. D. McBryde
J. F. Bottencourt, Jr.
An estimate of expenditures for
road and water works for the year
was submitted by the County
Engineer, J. H. Moragne, and of this
estimate the following were approved
by the Board:
Muna road, grading & ma
cadamizing 4 miles on
new location 14 in. ma
cadam, bridges & dra4ns.$ 30,000 00
Renew wooden bridge near
E. Knudsen's residence. GOO 00
Straightening main road
thru Makawell, culverts,
grading and macadamiz
ing 3,000 00
Oiling roads 2.000 00
Miscellaneous & upkeep
work, 1 year 10,000 00
main span (wood &
irons) 2,000 00
Concrete top on bridge near
Kilauea School 1,000 00
Culvert at old bridge 2
miles this side of Kilauea 1,500 00
Macadamizing H a n a 1 e i
Beach roads, etc 6,000 00
Oiling or asphalting the
main road thru Hanalel
District, about 16 miles. 20,000 00
Miscellaneous & upkeep of
all roads in Hanalel 1
year 10,000 00
Total I 42,500 00
County Road Machinery . . 10,000 00
Water Works of the County 10,000 00
Total $ 45,600 00
Rebuilding 3 miles road be
tween Lawai & Wahlawa.f 10,000 00
Asphalting the above 3
Rebuilding 1 mile of road
in Koloa gap
Asphalting above 1 mile
2 concrete bridges at Ko
loa (old mill) ..... 1,000 00
4 concrete bridges on short
cut road (superstructure)
Oiling or asphalting Koloa
Oiling or asphalting on
Miscellaneous & upkeep of
and around R. R. Station
Grand Total $210,600 00
McBryde moved that a copy of the
estimate of expenditures for public
works and permanent improvements
for the year 1918, approved by the
Board on the 15th Inst., and also at
this meeting, be forwarded to J. K.
Farley, Esq., Chief Tax Assessor &
Collector for Kauai & Nilhau, with a
notification that the requirement of
the County for the next ensuing year
will be six tenths (6-10) of one (1)
per cent for Current Expenses, and
four-tenths (4-10) of one (1) per cent
for permanent improvements, and be
ing seconded by Mr. Brandt, the mo
tion was carried.
At 12 o'clock noon the meeting ad
journed subject to the call of the
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Total $ 41,000 00
Wailua bridge new con
crete structure and ap
proaches $ 15,000 00
Kapaia wooden bridge on
shortcut road 500 00
Malumalu road not in
cluding cost of stone de
livered 4,000 00
Rebuilding 1 mile of road
bet. Hanamaulu & Wai
lua 4,000 00
Asphalting above 1 mile of
road 1,500 00
Oiling or asphalting on.
main roads 4,000 00
Miscellaneous repair. work
on all roads 10,000 00
Road Lihue Mill to Lihue
School, rebuilding & as
phalting 1.500 00
KAUAI FOR PROHIBITION.
The following letter refers to a pell
tlon to Congress circulated recently
Honolulu. Dec. 26, 1917.
Rev. J. M. Lydgate, Lihue, Kauai.
My Dear Mr. Lydgate: We receiv
ed the petition a few days ago and
were very much pleased with the num
ber of names and with the reprsenta
tlve people who signed it. We thank
you very much for your effort in this
direction. We were very much less
fortunate in our petitions sent to
Hilo and to Maui. Neither of them
succeeded in getting any names on
their petition. This is a very pecu
liar kind of work, and only those
who are deeply interested In the
cause are able to accomplish any
Our petitions In Honolulu were very
satisfactory. We had very many rep
resentative names upon our petitions,
and people who formerly would not
take any Interest In a thing of this
kind are now willing to help; for in
stance, people like Abraham Lewis
of the Bank of Hawaii, and Mr. Ten-
ney of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., showing
that there is a decided change in the
sentiment of the people of this city.
Thanking you again for your en
deavors in our behalf and for your
continued interest in our work, and
wishing you a happy New Year, we
are, Yours Bincerely,
GEO. W. PATY,
Secretary Anti-Suloon League,
COMMERCIAL REVIEW OF 1917.
Total $ 40,500 00
road; hospital road and
Homestead road from
Kapaa to top of hill (not
including rock) $ 5,000 00
Oiling or asphalting main
road thru Kawaihau Dis
trict. 14 miles 6,000 00
Miscellaneous & upkeep of
all roads 10,000 00
Newest.Coolest Hotel in Hmii
Total $ 21,000 00
Wainiha Bridge new con
crete structure (new
piers) 2.000 00
Lumuhui Bridge, renew
From Thrum's Annual we synopsize
the following statement:
The exports for the fiscal year end
Ing June 30, reached a total value of
nearly 74 million dollars, an advance
over the preceding year of nearly 11
The imports showed a similar high
level, reaching nearly 53 million dol
lars, an advance of 13 millions over
the preceding year. The excess o
exports over imports was about 3
Most of the gain is attributable to
the staple industries, sugar and pine
apples, though there is somewhat of
a gain in other minor industries, such
as hides, honey, wool, rice, etc.
It Is somewhat of a surprise that
with Kona coffee, unsurpassed, we
claim, in the world, we yet import
(Reprinted by request.)
Sweet Potato Bread.
For 3 loaves, take two good-sized
sweet potatoes equivalent to one
pound, boil and mash; add enough
water to make up 3 cups full; mix
with one cup potato yeast; add 6 cups
flour and 3 teaspoons salt. Mix at
night and cover, and make up into
loaves early in the morning. Raise
again for an hour and bake. The
potato mixture should bo cool before
the yeast is added. .
Irish Potato Bread.
Make in the same way as the sweet
potato bread, adding 3 tablespoons
For 3 loaves, take 3 tablespoons
uncooked rice, boiled in 3 cups water
till soft. When cool, mash together;
add enough water to make up 3 cups
full; mix wtih 1 cup potato yeast;
.u!d 6 cups flour, with 3 tablespoons
sugar and 3 teaspoons salt. Proceed
as in Sweet Potato Bread.
To make 3 loaves, take 4 cups
white flour; sift with 3 teaspoons salt,
3 tablespoons sugar, and 5 cups Cra
ham flour. Add 1 cup potato yeast
and 2 cups liquid (milk or water)
Proceed as in Sweet Potato Broad
In buying cereals, select those
which are not made of wheat. Choose
corn-flakes, oat-meal, rolled oats, corn
meal, hominy, etc. Oat-meal and corn
meal should be put to soak the night
i before, also the longer they are cook
ed, the better they are. If possible
cook your cereal for 2 hours the day
before and set it aside to be reheated
in the morning.
Cereals are amongst our cheapest
foods and of high food value. Never
throw away what you have left over
from breakfast. Add it to your bread
or fry it for lunch, serving it with
syrup, or make it into wafers, as fol
Cereal Wafers. Mrs. Russell.
Take the mush left from breakfast,
add a little salt, work in enough flour
to make a stiff dough. Knead till
smooth, roll thin, cut in squares or
with the cookie cutter, and bake as
you would cookies to a delicate brown.
Serve instead of crackers with soup.
Delicious Mush. Mrs. Broadbent.
Cook 1 cup oat meal for 2 hours
the evening before you wish to use
it; set it away covered with cold
water. Next morning take cup
cream of wheat, V& teaspoon salt in 3
cups water, and cook 10 minutes; then
add the oat meal; beat well and con
tinue cooking. Bran may be also be
added. Corn meal may be used In
the same way.
One-half cup melted fat, 1 cup of
honey, tcapsoon salt, 1 egg, 2 cups
wheat flour, teaspoon cloves, 1 tea
spoon cinnamon, 2 teaspoons baking
powder, 2 cups rolled oats. fa cup
seedless raisins. Mix first four in
gredients, then add mixture of dry
ingredients, and raisins. Drop onto
greased tins and bake in a hot oven.
Oatmeal Wafers. Mrs. Dodge, Maui.
Two eggs, 1 cup sugar, 1 tablespoon
melted butter, 2i cups rolled oats,
Vfc teaspoon salt, fa teaspoon vanilla.
Beat the eggs until light, add sugar
gradually, and then stir in other in
gredients. Drop from a upooa on a
well greased cooky sheet. Spread
thin with a knife first dipped in cold
water. Bake in a moderate oven.
When done, remove at once from the
cooky sheet, as they get very brittle.
(Can be made without butter.)
For Frying--For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp,
Thev are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table. The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely by straining out the food
particles after each Irving.
Crisco gives pastrv a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
Order by mail from
JEFFS FASHION CO., INC.
The House of Smart, Exclusive Styles in
prepared coffee to the value of about
$7000; and that with the finest sugar
factories in the world, several of them
making refined sugar, we yet import
sugar and molasses to the value of
$112,000; and confectionery to the
value of. 231,000.
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