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THE (1A1U)K ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 14tli. HMS.
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Max Selinsky, Noted Violins t
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Jilax Selinsky the noted violinist, 'violinists in the country and from for the music lovers"; Don't miss it
who will give a concert at Lihue on
the evening of May 24th at the --Tip
Top Theatre, has delighted his aud
iences wheje-ever he has been. He
is classed as one of the foremost
what the other Island papers have
said about his tecniquo, it must be
The Wailuku Times said : The
coming Selinsky Recital, a rare treat
or you will miss a tremendous musi
cal treat Maul News.
So all that we can do or say is
repeat their sayings and to again
remind you of the date and place.
FOR THE WAR TIME KITCHEN
Contributed by the Ladies of Kauai.
Potato Yeat '
1 medium sized potato grated. 1
tbls. salt, 2 tabls. sugar, 1 cups
luke warm water. Add a littlo old
yeast, bottle, and keep in a warm
until smooth and add the well beat
en' egg. Bake till a light brown in
iron muffin peans which must be
hot when the dough Is put into them.
50-50 Oatmeal Bread
For one loaf take 3 heaping table
spoons oatmeal, mix with cold water
and add boiling water, and boil for
of an hour, or until It is of the
consistency of thin mush. Let it cool
and then add 1 heaping tsp. Crisco
or fat, cup of yeast, and flour en
ough to make a stiff dough. Kuead
and let rise over night, and knead
again. Put Into a greased pan, let
rise and then bake.
, Mrs. J. Melim
To( 3 cups rice add 1 cup milk, 2
eggs well beaten, and a little, sugar.
Mix well andd fry the same as you
would ' pan' cakes.
Sweet Potato Corn-meal Bread
Mrs. It. L. Wilcox
3 cups sweet potato, 1 cup corn
meal, 1 cup yeast, 1 cup water, salt.
Knead with wheat flour. Let rise
over night, knead again in the morn
ing, let rise in the pan and bake.
Mrs. II. C. Brown
',i cup molasses, 1 cup water, 2
cups bran, V4 cup flour, 1 tsp. salt, 2
level tsps. soda. Disolve the soda
in the water, add the salt and molas
ses, stir in the bran and sift in the
flour. Put a wen greased paper in
the pan and bake an hour in a
Mrs. H. C. Drown.
i4 cup cornstarch, 1 cup flour, 1
tsp. salt, 2 heaping tsps. baking-powder,
2 heaping tsps. sugar, 1 egg well
beaten, 1 cup of milk. Sift the dry
ingredients together, add milk, beat
Hominy and Corn Meal Cakes
1 cup corn meal, 2 thin, hominy, 1
tbls. shortening, y2 tsp. salt, 2 tbls.'
sugar, 2 tbls. baking powder, 6 cup
hoiling water, 1 cup scalded milk, 2
eggs. Mix the hominy, salt and
shortening, add the water and cook
in double boiler until the water is
all absorbed. Scald the corn meal
with the milk, add the sugar and
hominy; cool the mixture and then
add the egga, yolks and whites beat
en septrately, and thn the baking
powder. Bake in buttered gem pans
for 20 mnutes.
Rice Griddle Cakes
Pour 1 cup milk over 1 cup v warm
boiled rit'o, add Vi tsp. salt, 2 eggs
well beaten, & cup flour, 1- tsp. bak
Corn Griddle Cakes
1 and 1-3 cups corn meal, 1-3 cup
flour, i cup of milk, l',i cups boil
ing water, 1 tsp. salt, 1 tbls. BUgar,
1 tbls. melted shortening and 3 tsp.
baking powder. Pour the boiling
water onto the corn meal, let it
stand 10 or 15 minutes, then add the
salt, sugar, milk, shortening, flour
and baking powder. 1 or 2 well
(Continued on Page Four)
for Territorial Fair
People who attend the Territorial j
Fair next month will find most of the
exhibits housed in an imposing array i
of canvas topped edifices. A gang of
laborers .began erection of the Fair
structures last week at Kapiolani
Park. The buildings are to be 40
feet in width 10 feet high at the sides
and 20 feet in the center, and vary in
length from 160 to 320 feet.
Over a skeletonized framework,
Army tarpaulins are to be stretched,
giving excellent temporary roofing.
Most of the buildings will contain
flooring of rough boards. The lum
ber used will be damaged very little
and the consequent net cost should
be comparatively light. Four of these
will shelter the smaller commercial
exhibits placed by island merchants.
Several of the larger firms, such as
Catton, Neill & Co., T. H. Davies &
Co., and Honolulu Iron Works, pro
pose to errect individual buildings at
their own expense and to make elab
The automobile show will occupy
four large army tents, directly behind
the grandstand, between that struct
ure and the street car track. Three
big buildings and a large army tent
will form the four sides of a court at
the townward end of the grandstand
These will contain the agricultural,
food conservation, arts and crafts,
Hawaiian craft, public school plant
and flower, and Army and Navy ex
hibits. Within the court displays of
army ordinance, ambulance equip
ment, etc., are to be grouped. Here
also will be the Bed Cross exhibit and
a practical, first-aid station, with crew
ready to perform actual duty In event
of accidents during the progress of
Grouped around the Japanese fount
ain an elaborate Japanese exhibit is
to be staged, including several real
tea houses which will serve refresh-
Historic Cup Will
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For the benefit of either the Red
Cross or the Blue Cross, a historic
silver Cup, given by King Kamehame
ha III to the late Capt. Cummings in
1851, will be sold to the highest bid
der at the Territorial Fair next June.
This trophy was won by Captain
Cnmmings for. the best pair of work
ing oxen exhibited at the first live
stock show ever held in these Islands.
The exhibit was conducted by the
which was encouraged and patronized
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society,
by the Kng, who pave practically all
The cup that is to be auctioned at
the Territorial Fair is at present own
ed by Julian Monsarrat, , of Pahala,
Hawaii, who has offered it for the
purpose mentioned. It will be an ex
hibit together with a large collection
of other trophies won at the early
Hawaiian fairs. A special premium is
to be given for the best individual dis
play of these relics.
The Blue Crost for which the Cum
mings cup may be sold, is doing the
same humanitarian work for dumb
animals in the European war zone
that the Red Cross does for the sold
iers and civilian victims of "Kultur."
V. S. S.
meats. Extending around the lower
outer side of the race course are to
bo grouped the livestock, poultry,. dog
and Vat shows and amusement con
cessions. The horse, dog and poultry
shows probably will be placed within
the grounds of the Hawaii Polo and
Racing Club, where excellent display
and housing facilities are offered.
W. S. S.
Maysie: What's Grace going to give
, Ethel for an engagement present?
. Daysie: Oh, you kuow Grace has a
marvelous collection of antiques. I
I believe she"s going to give Ethel an
i o:n spoon. )
ready for "delivery
Ask for demonstration on your own ground
Sole selling agents for Territory
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Honolulu, T. H.
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