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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAR. 12, 1918.
Order It By Mail!
Our Mail Ohdkh Dkpautmknt is excep
tionally well equipped to 1)1111(110 till your Drug
and Toilet wants thoroughly and at oner.
Wo will pay postage on all orders of W)f and
over, exeept the following:
Mineral .Waters, Hahy Foods, Glassware
nnd articles of unusual weight and small
Non-Mailable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat poisons, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in
If your order is very heavy or contains much
liquid, we suggest that you have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
The Rexal Store Honolulu
England Using Coal
Gas as Motor Fuel
Food Conservation Notes
Waimea Stables j
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto- I
Livery Business. J
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
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ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS I
F. WEBER, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
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ary condition X 0 NflWry, Toilet f'L
J and to retain H TT R and general 1
A it's original K T , purposes. F
delicate perfume. p Sale at Haa a most pleasing
Made in the clean- c " effect on delicate skin,
est most sanitary fact- I jl o. besidea making it
ory in the world. IjIIIUC OlOI C healthy and clean.
Jeffry Mfg. Company's
Link Belt Chains ,
Pulverizers Algaroba Bonn, Lime.
Catton, Neill & Co,, Ltd.
We have not yet felt, the phich of
Kiuoltne famine in rhls country a.i oar
I.iH'.sh cousins are feeling It. Tin
time may come when we shall be glad
to have the benefit of their experi
"The first time that I ever saw a
motor vehicle fitted with a coal gas
container was at the beginning of last
September, on the London and East
bourn road. The distance between
London and that favorite seaside re
sort Is sixty-four miles. The road Is
picturesque and in summer and early
autumn It is crowded with private
cars. But this was not a private car,"
says Chas. O. Harper in an interesting
article appearing in the February issue
of MoToIt. "It was, in fact, a char-a-banc,
public Bervlce vehicle. I believe
there are four of these, running two
service each way weekly. At that time
no one thought much about coal gas
as a necessary substitute, because
(although so short a while ago)
It was not then foreseen that gasoline
would be entirely prohibited for pri
vate cars or so-called pleasure ser
vices. Already, however, gasoline had
become frightfully expensive: four
shillings (one dollar) a gallon, and
motorists sighed when they thought of
the dayswhen it had been one shilling
and sixpence (thirty-six cents), or a
shade cheaper. If, therefore, the cost
of motor spirit weighed so heavily upon
private users, what must be the burden
of those who run heavy lorries
(trucks), trade vans, omnibuses and
chars-a-bancs! The owners, therefore,
of those heavy vehicles, consuming so
very much more gasoline to the mile,
were the first to take up the question
of coal gas. They had not that ne
cessity of studying appearances which
seems so insistent to the private
owner, and they had, per contra, the
very vital need of practicing economy.
So those who were using motors for
trade purposes made no difficulties
whatever about turning over to coal
gas and having huge gas bags fitted."
After Porto Rican Labor
Royal D. Mead, of the Hawaiian
Planters' Labor Bureau-, is now in Por
to Rico, with a view of securing sever
al thousand laborers for the Hawaiian
sugar planters. Whether the mission
will be successful, is not yet known.
Mr. Mead went to Washington and had
a conference with officials there over
the labor situation in Hawaii, especial
ly with reference to conditions brought
about by the drafting for war of so
many who have been employed on the
I plantations, and the necessity for re
placing thetn with other laborers in or
der that the sugar output, now so nec
essary to the world, should not be ma
Mr. Mead is loking over the field in
Porto Rico, but nothing is known as
to the result.
The Paradise of the Pacific, publish
ed In Honolulu, has been a very prom
inent factor in the upbuilding of Ha
waii. Illustrations, if of the right sort,
always appeal to those of artistic tern
perament, and the illustrations in the
Paradise of the Pacific are the acme of
excellence. The three-tone color
work now being done by that magazine
is not excelled in the larger offices of
the mainland. The Mardh number
contains an attractive article descrip
tive of the beauties of the Waimea
canyon, one of the beauty spots in the
Wonderland of Kauai.
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I Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Robert D. Israel, a homesteader of
Kapaa, claimed 4A in the draft. The
local board recommended disallowance
of the claim. The district board bus
tained their view, and classified him as
2C. Arthur Hunt of the Waimea dist
rict, claimed 2C. The local bourd rec
ommemled disallowance of the claim
but the district board voted to bus
voted to sustain the claim, as being a
tain the claim, as being a necessary
skilled farm laborer.
That part of the late Queen's estate
which is included in the Liliuokalaui
trust, including real ar.d personal prop
erty, is valued at 1183,928. according
to the annual accounting of the trust
filed recently in Honolulu. The trust
ees ask to be allowed the sum of $28,
877 for their services during the year.
The Maui Agricultural Company is
planning to manufacture a "substitute
for gasoline from alcohol. The alco
hoi is distilled from waste molasses
after which it is put through a patent
process which perhaps adds to its
explosiveness. The Maui Times states
that the new product can be supplied
at a lower price than gasoline.
William Kahalekai, of Waihee, Maul,
died last week, aged ninety-four years.
Kaunewaole, ninety years of age, died
Learn to Use Beans.
Beans are valuable as a meat sub
Make bean soup, baked beans, suc
cotash, bean loaf or roast, bean purees.
Bakecf Soy Beans.
U. S. Food Administration
1 cups soy beans, V4 cup navy
beans, 1-3 cup sugar, Vi tsp. mustard,
1 small onion, Vi lb. salt pork. Soak
beans 12 hours, put in baking dish
In which the onion and sugar a'nd mus
tard have been placed. Cover with
cold water and cook In a slow oven
at least twelve hours.
Lima Bean Roast.
1 pt. dried lima beans, pt.-peanuts,
V& pt. stale bread crumbs, 1 tsp. onion
juice, 1 tsp. salt, pepper. Soak beans
12 hours. Cover with water and boil
until tender. Press through colander.
Put peanuts through meat grinder.
Mix with bean pulp. Bake.
0 Maul Recipe
2 cups brown beans, cooked and
mashed, 1 cup bread crumbs, 1 cup
cheese, salt. Put all through a chop
per, shape into a loaf, bake 20 minutcB
and baste and serve with tomato sauce.
Measure the beans after cooking.
Black Bean and Rice.
College of Hawaii
Boiled bluc'k beans and plain boiled
rice make an attractive and whole-
Eonio tlish. Wash the beans carefully
and soak them over night. In the
morning, drain, add hot water and
cook until they are tender. Season
with melted butter, salt, and pepper.
Wash the rice and boil In plenty of
water until tender, season well and
serve in the same dish as the black
ueans. serve with white sauce or
2 cups oatmeal, 1 tbls. shortening
pinch of soda, V tsp. salt, enough
warm water to make a cookie dough.
Roll out thin. Bake until slightly
Mrs. F. Carter
2 tsps. butter, 2 cups washed sugar,
2 eggs, 1 cups graham flour, 1 tsp.
baking powder, tsp. salt, 1 cup sul
tana raisins, 2 cups thick poi, beaten
up with sufficient milk to make a thick
batter. Method: Cream the sugar and
butter, beat in 1 egg at a time, add
the poi and milk already mixed. Stir
in flour first mixed with baking pow
der and salt, add. the raisins. Drop
with spoon on greased tin and bake
Little cakes can be made from this
recipe with less flour and poured into
muffin tins. They should be served
hot. They can also be warmed over
later on, and taste as good as when
freshly baked. Even poi a little sour
can be used, but add then a little more
Pol Steamed Pudding.
cups thick poi mixed with 1 cup
milk. Beat In 1 egg and stir in 1 level
tsp. soda first dissolved in a little
warm water. Add 3V4 tbls. sugar,
tsp. salt, 1 cup graham flour, Mi cup
sultana raisins. Steam three hours
or bake in slow oven about one hour,
Any left-overs may be sliced and bak
ed and are even nicer than the original
Miss E. Damon
1 cup nuts (walnuts or Brazil nuts)'
chopped, 1 xup dates (chopped and
floured), yolks of 3 eggs creamed with
1 cup sugar, 1 tbls. flour, 1 tsp. baking
powder. Add whites of 3 eggs beaten
stiff and vanilla. Bake slowly either
in two layers or one loaf. Add whip
ped cream or Icing.
MICHELIN TIRE HINTS.
Nation wide prohibition within
ninety days seems to be practically
assured, as a result of the trend of
matters at Washington.
On the Proper Care and Treatment
J. P. Clapper of Kauai Garage Co,
a strong supporter of Mlchelln Tires
says that: Rust is an enemy of rub
ber. It will pay the motorist to in
spect occasionally the condition of the
rims on the wheels of his car, espect
ally if the outer surfaces of the cas
ings near the beads look rusty. This
discoloration is rust caused by rusted
rims. This rust if not arrested will
gradually eat through the rubber, at
tacking the canvas of the tire. In tlm
the edges of the rusted rims will be
come more and more uneven, tearing
and eventually destroying the beads
Furthermore rust works between th
beads and the rims leaving space for
water which also damages the rubber.
To remove rust from a rim, the tire
should be taken off and the rusty
parts rubbed clean with coarse emery
paper. Then smooth the surface with
finer emery paper and re-japan the
rim, applying one coat to the outside
and two to the inside, making sure
first that the surface is smooth and
free from rust. Roughness may be
quickly detected by running the hand
along the edge of the rim. When the
edge of the rim is too uneven for the
use of emery paper, first use a tile
after which emery paper may be used
C. B. Gage is here
Plantation Railway Materials
Major Car Corporation, Hawaiian Trutt Building, Honolulu.
February 22nd. 1018.
Mr. J. I. Silva,
Dear Mr. Silva,
This is to certify that after using the Murtny's
Roach Doom for pianos, organs, etc., I find it to be
the best preparation I have ever used. It is not neces
sary, I find, for the roach to cat it in order to exter
minate it. If it is used as per directions it is certainly
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.
They 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 trving.
Crisco gives pastry 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.
ey re here
ready for delivery
Ask for demonstration on your own ground
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Sole selling agents for the Territory
Going to be married? Well have
your wedding invitations printed by
the Garden Island. We can do it in
Copyright Hmi (cbutnci Un
Silva s Toggery, Honolulu.