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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY,-JUNE 4, 1918
A Lmvn Mower that haw been well tried and stood the test is
the mower to buy. You need look no further. The Pennsyl
vania has heen in use here for years, and they are still in use
oirall our Parks, Lawns and School Grounds
We carry n full line.
Pennsylvania Jr. B. B. -, -
Pennsylvania Great Amcriean
Pennsylvania Urd Cloud
Write us if you are interested
Grass Catchers to fit all Mowers; Grass and Hedge Shears;
Garden Tools of all kinds.
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Lumber and Building Materials 1(i!177 So. King Street
! Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
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Mr. A. S. Wilcox, who was opcr
uled upon by Drs. I'uliniin nml Young
at tlio Llhuo Hospital last Tuesday
morning, Is reported to bo doing nice
ly niul will probably bo ablo to leavo
tlio hospital within a fow days.
Tho Board ot Appraisers, composed
o J.iK. Fnrloy, J. M. Lydgatc nml J.
II. Morngno have completed their work
on tho Wntmoa Lands. Their report
will go to Honolulu tonight.
Tho services at Llhuo Union Church
next Sunday will bo chlldrens Sunday
with appropriate exorcises and tab
Tho tramp steamer Bayard Is at
lCloclo loading sugar. Sho will take
4000 bags, which will rollevo tho con
gestion hero to n great extent.
Tho following passengers arrived
per tho S. S. Klnau this morning:
Robt. Hair, Chester Dayle, Miss K.
Johnson. Francis Gay, Capt and Mrs.
Sennl, Mrs. 13. Macomber, J. A. M.
Wilcox, Masters Sexton (2), Mrs. J. M.
Mc Crecry, Mrs. H. Catton, Mrs. 11.
Pcquegnat, 10. Schlmase, 1). A. White,
I. K. Rocha, Chas. A. ltlco, .1. J.
Mlcliaclscn, JI, Lcnike, 1 W. Bachelor,
X. King, 1 W. Broadbont, A. Horner,
Jr-1. W. Cldwcll, P. D. Young, F. Slum-
er, Major Oliver, W. A. Louisson, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Horn, Mrs. F. M.
Branch, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sherman,
Mrs. S. 13. Poslop, Serg. Vylasek, C.
Tho Turk has somewhat tho mdn-
tal attitude of some of the Coa6t
League ball teams. Ho doson't quite
now whether ho is in tho cellar
day now, In tho caso of calls coming
tho nftornoons whllo tho other mak-
in, so ono of us has to bo thcro in
'Tho Belgian Government seems
mpresscd with tho need for a child
ren's hospital and promises to"bcgIn
n barracks for us in a fow days."
'Our thousand refugees haven't
como yet, but are expected at any
time. Wo may bo in that class our
solves If things grow much worse, In
fact, wo arc financially in readiness
for any fcvent, and havo been slnco
tho first week in March."
FOREST RESERVE HEARING
Notice is hereby given that under
the provisions of Chapter 37, II. L. H.
1915, a public hearing will be hold by
the Governor of tho Territory and
tho Board of Commissioners of Agri
culture and Forestry on Wednesday,
the 19th day of June, 191S, at nine
o'clock a. m. In the ofllco ot said
Board at tho Government Nursery,
King Street, Honolulu, to consider
the defining of the limits and the set
ting apart as forest reserves of cer
tain government and other lands,
more particularly as follows:
1. Island of Kauai, District of
Konu, Land of Kalahco (1'apapahol-
ah. '..1 i-png), area 54 acres more o"
2. Island ot Oahu, District of Koo-
laupoko. Land of Waiahole tWuia
hole, area ll(;9 acres, more or loss.
3. iBland ot Maui, District of
Hamakuapoko, Land of Makawao
(Addition to Makawao Forest Res
erve), area 203 acres, more or loss.
4. Island of Hawaii, District of
Puna, Land of Keauohana (Keauo
liana), aiea 272 acres, more or less,
and to consider the withdrawal from
the existing Honolulu Watershed
Forest Reserve, District of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, of three small
parcels of hind on Tantalus Heights,
having areas of 1.52, 0.137 and 0.103
Maps and descriptions of tlio said
lands are on file in tho olllco of tho
Suprlntendent of Forestry, where
they are open to the inspection of the
At the said time and place all per
sons who so dosiro will bo given full
opportunity to bo heard upon the
subject matter of this notice and to
present ovidonco and arguments in
person, by proxy, or by letter, either
for or against the setting apart of said
lands as forest reserves or tho oliml
nation. of said lands from tho exist
(Sgd) LUCIUS 10. PINKIIAM,
Governor ot Hawaii.
The Capitol, Honolulu, June 3, 101S.
RED CROSS WORKERS
BUSY IN FRANCE
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racKB ior a Hospital quite soon,
which in Franco means nnywhero
from two mouths to two years. So
I am back at my favorlto pastime of
drawing plans. Who would over
havo thought that I'd bo planning and
equipping a hospital in Franco!"
April 15th. "Wo aro told to expect
1000 French refugees at Salle Frank
lln, (tho Red Cross Headquarters,)
tomorrow. All Belgian refugees who
have nothing to do in Lo Havre and
aro just living here are ordered to
move out to mako room for tho new
French refugees. It makes untold
suffering in many places."
April 21st. "I was much Inter
estcd in hearing about your food re
strictions and think It wonderful how
willingly tho American people havo
given up things. Wo aro really liv
nig quite goou noro, always war
bread, but It is usually quite good
Hero at the Pension we have meat
or Huh every day and often twico n
day. In privato homes however, most
people have meat only onco a day
and many, many nover taste it ho
causo of tho price. Then wo have
potatoes twico a day, (I never
thought I could eat so many potatoes,
and lentils, dried beans, maccaroni,
carrots, leeks, turnips, usually onco
a day, a salad onco a day! and some
sort of a pudding onco a day, tho lat
ter almost unsweetened. So wo are
"Wo keep tho Dispensary open all
Wheatless Eats for
The following recoipes havo been
given out by tho women's committee
of the food administration as tho
most commendable ones for present
useusc. They do not call' for . any
wheat flour whatsoovor. All tho ro
celpes 1avo boon successfully tried
out by tho members of the committee.
1 cup barloy flour, 4 tsps. baking
powder, tsp. salt, 1 cup mashed
potato, 2 this, fat, cup milk. Sltt
the dry ingredients; add them to the
potato, mixing it with a knife; work
tho fat into the mixture lightly; add
gradually enough milk to make a
soft dough; roll tho dough to In.,
thickness, cut the biscuits, and bako
them for 12 to 15 minutes In a hot
Barley and Buckwheat Biscuits
V6 cup barley flour, cup buck
wheat flour, 1 tsp. salt, 3 tsp. baking
powder, 1 or 2 this, fat, water or
milk to make a soft dough. Mix and
sift the dry Ingredients, cut in tho
fat, and add enough water or milk
to make a soft dough; roll the dough
to inch thickness, cut the biscuits
and bake them In a hot oven for 12
to 15 minutes.
Barley Biscuits I
2 cups barley flour, 2 or 3 this.
of shortening, 4 tsps. baking powder,
tsp. salt, cold water or milk to
make soft dough. Sift the dry In
gredients, cut in shortening or mix it
with tho tips of Angers, and add tho
liquid; roll the dough about inch I
thick, and cut tho blscuit3. Barley
biscuits require about 4 minutes long
er baking than do wheat biscuits.
Barley Biscuits II
2 cups barley flour, V tsp. soda,
2 tsps. baking powder, tsp. salt,
2 or 3 tbls. shortening, cup fresh
sour milk. Combine tho ingredients
and bako the biscuits according to
Omit tablespoon of shortening, and
directions already given. Variations:
add 2 tablospoonsa each of small
raisins and broken nut meats.
SELECTED UHEATLESS BREADS
Espetanga Corn Bread
3 sweet potatoes, medium size, 1
IV2 cups milk. Scald corn meal with
tbls. salt, 1 egg, 1 cups corn meal,
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part of milk, boil potatoes and mash;
work n the shortening and salt and
add tho ggg. When well mixed add
corn meal and the remaining part of
Sour Milk Corn Bread
1 cups melted lard or crisco, 1
pt. sour milk, i tsp. baking powder,
tsp. soda, 1 egg, 1 pt, corn meal,
tsp. salt. Slightly beat egg, add
milk, salt and soda. Stir in meal,
beat well and add molted fat and
baking powder. Bako in a hot greas
ed pan, in moderate oven for hour.
Iny, 1 tsp. salt, 1 tbls. shortening,
1 cup soft boiled or left over horn-
4 tsp. baking powder. Mix together
hominy, salt, melted shortening, beat- '
en egg and milk; add flour which
has been sifted with the baking pow
der. Beat well and bake in greased
muffin tins or shallow pan in hot
1 egg, clip milk, 2 cups corn flour,
oven 25 to 30 minutes.
Muffins (no wheat) Delllous
1 cup white cornmeal, 1 cup rolled
oats, 1 egg, Ji cup sugar, tsp. salt,
3 tsp. baking powder, 1 tbls. fat,
cup milk. Mix and sift dry ingred
ients. Add milk and melted fat and
egg beaten. Bako in muffin pans
about 25 to 30 minutes In moderate
oven. All measurements are level.
Fits And Misfits
Of course I mean of tlio Eye. Tliats my business. You
don't find tiny misfit coming fiom my ollice. By careful maesure
ment I find out the endurance of each eye separately and furnish
the lenses accordingly. A great many oyes require special lenses
to alleviate the error. Hardly any two cares of eye-tioullc' are
tho same and I consider each one independently. Xo guess work.
How About Your Eyes
Have you ever worn glasses? Do you find that your eyes
tiro oasily or does tho print became blurred after you have read a
shorL limit? If so let nio examine your eyes and see if J' can
benefit them with glasses. '
A. Y. YEE, O. D.
For Two Weeks Only
Address: The Garden Island Office