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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. MAR. 20, 1918
John R. Bergstrom
Rep. Honolulu Music Co.
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Food Conservation Notes
Because of the present shortage In
sugar It is necessary for each person
to reduce his consumption of sugar to
pound per week. There are so
many sweet foods that may be used
in place of sugar that this should be
Cut out candy. Eat natural sweets
in place of candy. Eat dates and figs
and other sweet fruits. Eat maple
sugar and honey, where you can get
it, instead of candy.
Use less sugar In tea and coffe and
substitute other sweetening Wherever
Try cooking breakfast cereals with
chopped figs, dates, or raisins. You
will not need to add any sugar at the
Use molasses, Honey, and other
syrups for sweetening.
Spread bread with Jam instead of
butter. Eating a slice of corn bread
spread with jam or fruit saves both
wheat and butter. L'Be maple syrup,
honey, and corn, sorghum and cant!
syrups, without butter, on pancake:!
Use fresh fruits for desserts In
place of rich pastries and sweet pud
dings. Hake apples or pears with a little
water Beveral hours until a rich syrup
forms. If more sweetening is desired
add a little honey or molasses.
Stew dried prunes in the water In
which they were soaked until the
liquid is almost boiled away. It more
juice is wanted add water to the
syrup. The long, slow cooking is
necessary to develop a rich flavor.
Cut down the use of cake.
Do not use frosting unless you can
make it without sugar. Eitber honey
or maple syrup can be substituted for
sugar in boiled frosting.
When cake is made it should not
only be wheat-saving, but sugar-saving
and fat-saving. Try making cakes
in which corn-meal, corn-flour, rye
flour, rice-flour, potatoes, or corn
starch is substituted for part of the
Use corn syrup, molasses, honey,
and other syrups for part or all of the
sugar in cake. A good working rule
in making such substitution is to use
1 cup of syrup as equivalent to 1 cup
of sugar and Vi cup of liquid. Corn
syrup does not sweeten as much as
molasses or honey.
Serve simple refreshments at
parties. Give your guests auuleh, ba
nanas, and other fruits, salted pop
corn without butter, and candy made
Popcorn has power. It is very valu
able as a food. Try it as a cereal for
breakfast. Give the children popcorn
balls made with honey or syrup. The
children will be satisfied, and you will
be helping your country by saving on
In Hawaii use mill-washed Brown
Sugar. .You will be getting a good
article, using a home product, and
saving on transportation.
How We Waste Sugar.
In the bottom of the coffee cup.
Too much on cereal breakfast foods.
More than is necesbary in breads
By careless cooking when some
thing is spoiled.
By using a heavier (denser) syrup
than is necessary in canning fruits.
Candy Without Sugar.
2 cups raisins, 1 cup nuts, Vi cup
honey. Grind nuts and raisins in a
food chopper. Mix with honey. Pack
under a weight 24 hours. Cut Into
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coming in a cloud with power and
great glory." Luke 21:25-27.
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Territorial Fair News
Honolulu, March 25 Prospects are
bright for a great sport card at the
territorial fair, with spectacular cav
alry and Infantry features staged by
the army as special events. The race
track at Kapiolanl Park will be rolled
and .put into flrf-t-class condition for
the events, and the polo field inside
the course offers excellent facilities
for many of the field events and the
army maneuvers The grandstand
has a seating capacity of 1800, while
bleachers can be placed to accommo-
date 2000 more.
Athletes and strong men from all
parts of the territory will be urged to
participate in the big fair events.
The commission expects to have some
thing doing on the track or in the
field every hour of the morning, after
noon and evening, for the entire six
days of the celebration.
For runners the program will pro
vide sprints, distance events, mara
thons, relays, etc. A tug-of-war tourn
ament for the championship of the
Islands, with a purse hung up as ad
ded inducement, undoubtedly will be
arranged, to attract the Btrong men
from the Big Island, Maui and Kauai.
In this test the regimental teams of
the army will participate, and It prob
ably will be staged as one of the regu
lar evening attractions, with one or
two contests each night.
Another Island championship can be
established in the long distance runs.
There are many marathoners In Ha
waii this year and not all the best men
are on Oahu. as the llilo boys demon
strated at the recent Volcano race.
Competition will be keen and with the
fleetest-footed runners all In it, a race
of this kind will prove one of the most
attractive on the entertainment pro
gram. The broad, mile track offers the
best course possible for determining
championships in relay events. Since
June is the dryest month in the year
for Honolulu, there will be small dan
ger of "heavy going," and some new
and sensational Island records can
The army probably will stage a big
series of Roman races, cavalry drills
and exhibitions, a bridge-building ex
hibition and Wild West show spec
tacles, every one a real thriller.
More definite plans should be ready
for announcement within the next
week or ten days.
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Boys Have Outing
For the celebration of the winning
of the cup by the Koloa, Jr. Baseball
team, Mr. E. Cropp, manager of the
Koloa Sugar Company, furnished the
players with a truck Sunday, to go to
Haena en a picnic.
Upon reaching the place, we sat in
a circle on the sunny sand and par
took of a spleniid luncheon. AfLer
filling ourselves, we walked through
the bushes, stumbling now and then
over the rugged trails until finally we
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reached the magnificent Dry Cave,
which we all entered.
Some of the boys went swimming,
while others walked along the beach
gathering shells and corals which can
be seen only in this locality.
Thus spending happily several
hours we started on our homeward
journey, arriving at 5:30 p. m.
All the players and members great
ly enjoyed the day and wish to extend
their he.irty thanks and appreciation
to Mr. Cropp. We also thank Dr.
Waterhouse for his kind assistance.
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