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THE GARDENBISLAND, TUESDAY, MAR. 1. 1918.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
N AWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 494
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
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AND FORD CARS. I'KDKKAL AND
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
The best in the Market for the Money.
Agents for Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
at Nawiliwili, Kauai
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Aguits for Kauai.
Food Conservation Notes
Shaner & Trowbridge, P
PHONE 522 L
Wo lieiewitli make our lmw to t lie Kauai public ami take
this opportunity to state flint our line, new plant is now
completed ami we are ready to attend to your automobile
wants and needs at any time of the day or nijjht.
orii aim is to ciivu immuiuatk survhjh ix
eviuiy tiiiAsni of on; mjsixhsk
We invite your inspection of our line of accessories. We
have everything you need.
At the head of our Electrical Department we have
MR. C. B. LUCE
I who was formerly with the von 1 Iaiiiiu-Voun; Co.. Ltd.. of
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nonoiuiu. .ur. l.uees pel imhbv is IJATTKKY TU MIHUCK.
"If you have any such tiling, just hrinjj tlieni to liim and be
happy lie will (ix it.
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11V hit Aijrulx for
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GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Ag--nl for Hawaii.
74 Queen Street, . . . Honolulu, T. H.
Tlio Food Administration asks you
to savo fats. Thcro Is a great Bltort
ago of fatB In the world duo to lack of
production and to tlio fact that gly
corlno, nuulc from fats, I ono of tho
chief substances used In making ex
plosives. Thero Is today great suffering be
ing experienced in Kuropo becauso of
thousands of chlldron, who nro being
stunted in growth becauso of Insuf
ficient fats. To save these and other
children from this sad fate, wo must
export butter and fats in larger quan
tities than over before. Tho Allies
aro asking for thrco times as much
as they did at tho beginning of tlio
Americans now uso twice as much
fat as some of tho Allies. This a
mount can safely bo reduced by ad
ults. Children, needing the "growth
determinants" found In fatty foods,
should not he limited. Karh adult
should uso onlj- lb. per weok. Tho
normal requirements for a child un
der ten years Is C oz. The 'Food Ad
ministration asks us to save 1-3 oz.
por person per day, this being equi
valent to 2 level teaspoon?. This
apparently lnfinteslmal a m o u n t
would, It saved in the 20,n00.000
homes of tho land, allow us to add
moro than 375,000 tons per year to
The following suggestions as to
how to save fats are offered to the
thrifty and patriotic housewife.
Use butter as sparingly as posslblo
on tho ta"ble, except for children. Re
duce tho size of your butter-balls or
servings. Use butter-me'rger, which,
by adding milk to your butter, extends
tho latter. This merged butter Is ap
petizing for table use. Do not use
butter In cooking, except that which
you save from the plates on the table.
Keep a "butter cup" for such left
overs and use for "special cooking."
Substitute peanut-butter, jellies,
cheese, or nut and fig pastes for but
ter on your bread.
Use other fats in place of Butter
and Lard (animal fat):
In place of butter and lard, use
other fats, such as vegetable oils
(Crlsco, Cottolene, peanut oil, olive
oil. etc), and drippings. Drippings
are invaluable. Save and uso all that
you buy with your meat. Ask the
butcher for the trimmings and try out
the fat yourself.
Use little or no pastry. When you
DO have pie. let it be the single crust
Avoid fried foods. Do not fry in
deep fat. Bake croquettes in the oven
Instead of frying them, or make a
meat-loaf Instead. Try oven-fried in
stead of French-fried potatoes.
Don't waste any fat. Inedible fat
should be made into soap. Don t
waste any soap. Save the plecos too
small to handle, melt them in a little
water over a slow fire, uso for wash
lug dishes or boiling clothes.
To Clarify Fat
Cut up any scraps of cooked or un
cooked fat Into small pieces and put
them into a stew-pan with enough
cold water to thoroughly cover them.
Lot this boil with tho lid off until the
water has evaporated or boiled away
in steam, and nothing is left of the
pieces of fat but dry, brownish bits.
As soon as tho water has evaporated
you will hear a noise like that of a
roast cooking slowly in the ovon. The
fat must be stirred occaslonly, to pre
vent it from burning. When this has
cooled a llttlo, strain It through a
sieve Into a basin. When quite cold,
It makes a cake of pure, whlto fat
which is excellent to try In Instead of
In lard or oil, and to use In plain
cooking instead of butter. A gooi'
basinful of fat will last a long time.
provided it is not allowed to burn; if
it burns, it is spoiled and must be
thrown away. Fat should alwnyn be
strained after you havo usod It, to ru
movo all tho little pieces of bread
crumbs, etc., which would stick to
whatever was fried in It tho next
time. It can bo roclarlflcd very often,
and fresh fat added to it. If you
have not enough fat left from the
trimmings of your meat, get noi'e
from tho butcher. Fish and moat
must not be fried in the samu fat.
To Clarify Drippings
Pour tho fat out of tho dripping j.an
into a basin with about Vs pint cold
water, scrape all the sediment off tho
bottom of tho cako and wipe It dry
Throw away tho water, which will
contain all the Impurities.
Use Inedible Fats for Soap Making..
Ladles' Home Journal
Cut off and savo surplus fats from
meat; whenovor you cook In fat pour
tho drippings into a "Drip" can. Ho
molt all such fats and clarify by re
cooking with raw potato. If unfit for
cooking purposes, use to mako Boap.
Dissolve V4 cup lye In cup cold
water. Stir with a stick; add Vi cup
melted fat. Cool. Stir until creamy.
Pour into a brlck-Bhoped pan, allow to
harden, cut into desired sizes and use
as a kitchen soap.
LQcal and General
Miss Tholma Hopper returned 'thin
morning from n two month's visit to
Tho government has contracted foi
87,000 cans of Hawaiian pineapples.
The government knows whot'H good,
Miss Dcatrlco K. DoCortcau, n nurse.
arived on tho steamer this morning
to accept n position at tho I.lhuo Hon
pltal. Miss DcCotcau Is from Coin
Mrs. H. D. Wlshard has turned over
to tho Kauai Auxiliary tho following
work dono by herself and class of
knitters during tho months of Janu
ary and February: 119 wash rags,
33 sweators, 30 pairs wrlstlots, 17
pairs of socks, 30 scarfs.
Waialcale took off its nightcap, this
morning, and presented It's beautiful
profile to the admiring gaze of tho
populace. All tho mountains to the
north showed their soamcd sides mm
beautiful vendure. Huupu still wore
Its cap of filmy cloud lace, howovor.
though there wero no clouds In sight
in any direction except tho few white
cloud banks over the ocean to the
Palm Sunday at Union Church
Next Sunday will be Palm Sunday
and will be obsorved as such by the
Lihue Union Church with special- ser
vices suitable for the occasion.
Tho week following will bo observ
ed as a Passion weok with brief after
noon devotional services every day
to which all are cordially invited.
Come, and get a new grip on thingE
spiritual that will help to give a now
meaning and interest to tho overy
day affairs of life.
J. M. LYDGATE,
At 7:30 laBt night,, some fiend In hu
man form exploded two sticks of giant
powder undor the teachers' cottage at
Kalahco. Luckily, no one was Injured
owing to tho fact that the cottage is
high off the ground, and the explosives
were placed on the ground. The ex
plosion was heard at Kukulolouo, and
at the cannery.
It is said that a certain young man
who was formerly a pupil nt the
school, is suspected of being the guilty
This is the second time within r.
week that the teachers havo been ter
rorlzed. One night last 'week some
prowler attempted to gain entrance to
the cottage, and went so far as to
smash a window, when he was fright
Sheriff nice has had an officer or
watch during the night since .the at
tempt was made to break Into the
house. Tho explosion last night, how
ever, occurred before the ofllcor ar
Union Church Social
The members of the Lihue Union
Church gave a church social at the
Llhuo Social Hall Friday evening
which was a very enjoyablo affair
Miss Elsie Wilcox was chairman of
tho entertainment committee, and
through her management a very
pleasant evening was spent. The re
currencc of St. Patrick's Day sup
plied an opportunity to increase the
feeling of fellowship among friends.
The meeting had a distinctly Irish
flavor, Irish jokQs, Irish songs and the
shamrock all being In evidence.
Judge Dickey was delegated to an
nounco the various features of the
program, and Percy Lydgate acted as
herald. A very useful youth, is
Percy, and as popular as useful.
Tho following persons took part in
the program: Miss Jeanuetto Cates.
J. M. Lydgate, Mrs. W. II. Rice, Jr.,
Frod Patterson, Mrs. H. F. Sheldon,
Judge Lyle DIckoy, Mrs. E. S. Swan
Percy Lydgato, Miss Searight, Mrs
Wood, Miss Cutler, Miss Thompson
Miss Jcanetto Searight.
Miss Kuhllg and Percy Lydgate
volunteered a llttlo act consisting of
a humorous Irish dance, which took
the prize as being tho most humorous
feature of tho ovonlng.
Tho motto of tho ovonlng, unwrlt
ten, but read by all men, was: "If
thero is anything nice in tho world
U'h u schoolma'am." Tho motto was
vlHuallzcd In a most charming man
nor, by overy young man In tho audi
promptly, and will probably not for
get tho substitutes In future. It
doesn't pay In try to fool the govern
ment nny lime, but especially in war
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probnto
In tho Mattor of tho Estato of Edwin
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determination of
Trust and Distribution of the Estate.
On reading and Filing tho Petition
and accounts of Paulino Omstcd, of
Honolulu, Oahu, T. H. wherein peti
tioner asks to bo allowed $98.80 and
charged with $4,245.00, and asks that
tho same bo examined and approved,
and that a final order bo mado of Dis
tribution of tho remaining property to
tho persons thereto entitled nnd dis
charging petitioner nnd sureties from
nil further responsibilities herein:
It Is Ordered, that Saturday, tho
30th day of March. A. D. 1918, at 9:30
A. M. before tho Judge of tho said
Court presiding nt Chambers at his
Court Room in Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii,
be and tho same hereby Is appointed
the time and placo for hearing said
Petition nnd Accounts, and that all
persons Interested may then nnd there
appear and show cause, If any they
have, why tho same should not bo
granted, and may present ovidenco ns
to who aro entitled to tho said prop
Dated tho 19th day of February, 1918.
(SEAL) (Sgd.) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Judgo of tho Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. DEAN,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court ot tho
Feb. 2G, Mar. fi, 12, 19.
GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO.,
Notice is hereby glvoii that the An
nual Meeting of the stockholders of
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING
COMPANY. LTD., will be held at the
ofllce of its president, Mr. C. A. Rice,
Lihue, T. II. on Thursday, March 2S,
191S, at 2:30 o'clock p. m.
K. C. HOPPER,
Llhuo, Kauai, T. H., March 12, 191S.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the KAUAI TELEPHONIC
CO., LTD. will be held nt tho office
ot the Treasurer, Mr. G. N. Wilcox, at
Lihue, on Thursday, tho 2Sth of
March, 1918, at 9:00 a. m.
C. H. WILCOX, Secretary
Kauai Telephonic Co., Ltd.
Lihue, March lGth, 191S. 2t.
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Dealers in I
Hay, Gkain and Chickun I
Sole Agents for I
International Stock, Poultry Food I
ami other specialties. Arabic for "
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culmtors and Hrooders. 1
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Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Owners of stock are hereby notified to
keep their animals off our land, as we
are preparing to plant crops of corn,
S. E. LUCAS,
C. K. YAP,
March IS, 191S. Advertismout. 4t
Get more out
of your clothes
'i'hi' few dollars you
spend for dry cleaning
hring hack a five fold
You save money hy
investing it for fault
less dry cleaning at
FOR SALE Several Grass Rugs
one Couch, Mosquito Netting, one
Parlor Table, one post card size
Kodak. Telephone No. 285 L. tf.
J WAIfflEA HOTEL
It Pays to Observe Law
L. Ah Lcong, a Chlncso doing bus!
nuss in Honolulu, has been selling
whlto flour without tho required sub
stltuto. Ho was warned by tho food
commission some time ago, but again '
violated tho food regulations by ship- '
ping four bags ot flour to a party in
Nawlllwlll without tho substitutes.
A. Hebard Case, tho local food com
missioner, notified Commissioner
Child, who imposed upon Leong a flue
ot $1,000. Leung promises to pay
5 ? k I
t lre!il;fivl : 3.0 j
j FRANK COX, Manager
W. H. ZIMMERMAN
lpPr l JOHN 1-. KAPOSI Lihue, Kau.i
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