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on the. Core,vMr Pfotenhauer, Ger
man consul to-Hawaii, and Mr, and
Mrs.. Hnnebtrg will return Id the
niland;'0cibbr 20th. Mrs! Pfoten
hauer has decided to remain another
year In Germany, This coterie 6r
friends, have' been, touring the; 10u
roepan contlnsnt for the. )nst eight
months, visiting Italy nnd.GreecV, as
.well as Northern Europe. Tho major
I - I I " i . t I ii 1 1
i , jfn
Believes In Reconciling i
Capital and Labor!
portion of their time hatr been spent
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MOTHER RICE 93 YEARS OLD.
Tho Garden Island says:
Lnut Monday was tho ninety-third
.inillvi rsai) ot the birth of Mrs.
.Mill j S. IUcc, affectionately known
ii Mother Wee"' by the'multltude
of her friends on this Island and In
the Territory! and the 'resldenco ot
Reverend linns Isenberg, where she
resides, was the center of attraction
for tho large number of her relatives
nnd acquaintances of this neighbor
hood who called to pny their respects
and present their good wishes.
A feature .of the day was the .ar
rival of a party of thirty or forty of
the Hawaiian men and., women ot
the District who called to present
their congratulations, and who car
ried n long wreath woven from the
handsome "pnlapalal" tern In which
wero placed ninety three . whte
iohcs; The wife' ot tho Hawaiian
minister of Llhue, Mrs. William
Kniunu, gave a little address ot con
gratulation to Mother Rice, In Ha
waiian, and in the course of It she
kpoke of tho symbolic feature ot
tho premutation, saying that the
number of the roses on tho wreath
represented the years of the life ot
the Venerable lady, their whiteness,
tho purity of hor life, and their frag
rance tho good that had emanated
fiom her personality during the long
years of her lOitldenco hero.
A large number of messages or
congratulation and Rood wishes from
relative!) ni distant points were re
. eh oil duiliu the day, Including
iiitiaKii'i (vim wlicteis commurilca
ilonn rmm nil oor the country, one
1 1 out us fur K'.ut ii a New York City.
Iteficuhinciilx of birthday enke
..nil Ice uuuni were served to tho
j;uesla during the day nnd while the
largo party whs present during the
morning, Mr. D. ,P. R. Isenberg, one
ot Mrs. Rice's numerous grand chil
dren, who came from Honolulu es
pecially for. the occasion, delighted
the assemblage1 wltn.some 'fine "sing?
The Morning Music Club with
Mrs, Will Whitney nt her home at
1646 Ulngham street, at 10:30
o'clock Wednesday. At these differ
ent Club meetings, preceding every
musical program, there Is a paper
written sometimes ou composers, and
at other times on current musical
exents. At this meeting ,Mlss Eva
Stexens gave a short talk on the
music she had beard In Chicago.
This summer, nnd also on current
musical events which was extremely
Interesting. After the llttlo. talk the
program 'was rendered; the first two
numbers'.wero composed by Alt. Hn-
rum, a Norwegian; this gifted com
poser. Is the fiancee of Miss Leslie
Wight, who-Is a prominent society,
girl "of thls'city. - The following In
teresting .program was rendered:
l.'t Gavotte Alt. Harum
' Utri. Hltrhrnrk
2. Hum?roke A . .-. ( Alt. ,Harum
"i'i Mrs. Wilder. ,
3. Volfto rnpe't'e... .'..ii..Maecagnl
Ileraum Op;. 3 8, No,
; .'.'. . 0) : . .'. Moskowskl
6. Vision '. ; ,.Y. Ordhn
" Mrs. iRevcs and Mrs.,Atherton
6. a. fugue . Rhelnberger
b. ", Caprice Sindllng
7. Flower Rain. ....... Schneider
8.-a. Improvisation., Macdowell
b. What the Fnreli Brook, llnb-
9. Piano, 4 hands.
a. Gnxotto Moskowskl
b. llallad. Music, from Hoahdll
'. :'i . i ....)., . MoskowBkt
Mrs. Werthmueller and Mrs. Hitch
' ' .
Mrs, Castle's Tea..
A very, pretty little tea was given
at tho W. R. Caste's home, Thursday
In honor Mrs., Seidell , Kingsbury.
The) affair' was most Informal, tho In'
vltatlons .having tioen, extended over
the ;telcphono,,to the gucBof-honor's
lntlmata'sVlchas. Mrs. Castle, Mlsr
Heftlrlco Castle, tho daughters of the
house, received tho guests In tho draw
ing; room.. 'Thevhouso. and lanals woro
decorated In red carnations. During
the, afternoon Mrs. Wadhams, wlfo of
Major Wndhnms of Fort Shatter, sang
and Mrs. Will Whtjney played an .In
strumental nolo, which addertygrently
to tho Buecets'of thd'afternoon. Tea
nnd ,lcea wero served by pretty llttlo
tfnyouustf umiuo, m ijuuiiii Aiiuujiiio
with artistic obln. A few of tho ruceIb
noticed wero Mrs. William Love, Mrs.
L. Tcnney l'cck. 'Mrs. Edward Wat
son, 'Mrs. Frederick Klnrap, Mrs.
Charles Wilder, ,'llti. Walter Frear,
.Mrs, Wlnslow, wife of Major Wlnslow,
Mrs. Eric Knudscn ot Kauai, Miss
L'Orango. Mrs. Philip Weaver, Mrs.
Wadhams, Miss Harriet Hatch, Miss
Mrs. Hitchcock's Luncheon.
ThurJay, Mril Howard Hitchcock
entertained In honor of Miss Lesllo
Wight,, at a buffet .lunphcon. nnd nuts-
loale. All.thq guests, wero. musically,
inclined. After luncheon a numner or.
tho guests conrlbutQdi,lo tbo program,
and a delightful' afternoon was, spent.
Those present wero Mrs. Hitchcock,
Miss Leslie Wight, Mrs. Ranny Scott.
Miss Cordelia Oilman, Miss Ella
Wight. Miss Will Whitney. MIlb Alleo
nrown, Mrs. Mcado Mlss'Helen ,MoXj
nndcr, Miss Uly Patyy Mica Werth
muller, nnd Miss Eleanor Wateilimirii.
Tho Wednesday morning render
In Lelhlalluo began again thin week
with tho first of a series of four pa
pers on George Meredith.. The. sub
ject Is not so popular as that ot last
spring, Six Modeita drumafc, but to
tlther the Btudent of literature or
'he reader who cares at all for Me
redith's work no English novelist
gives mote In his analysis, his pene
trntlon nnd his profound sympathy
with life. Ho does not deal with
the unusual In characters or In sur
rmiMllnga, bit' with c.mipltx mod
ern iiii-n aid wotiiin who wuil. and
(nit nnd think in the wiolal :unl po
llllrnl world about them, So keen
tind true Is his Insight that his char
iiiili'is nncii known nre llirroiifter In
tegral part of the nerminal ni:-
iiualntanceship of his reader. The
method of the group Is bIiiiiiIc ii n
per by Mr. P. L. Weaver with per
haps Illustrative reading and dis
cussion or not as the chance ot the
blnygocs. The drawing room ot
Arcadia; me ,nospiiaDienome oi inu
Frears, Is nover more charming than
with tho morning lights over Its
wldo views of lawn and garden, and
forms an Ideal meeting place.
The 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n ' s cablegram
announcing that J. M. narrle has
obtained his much-desired "divorce
lends special Interest to the follow'
London, Oct. 7. It James M.
Ilarrle, author and playwright, wins
tho divorce suit ho has begun In the
high court ot Justice he will mnrry
Miss Pauline Chase, the lovely Amer
ican ncrcss for whom he has always
shown undisguised admiration. It
Ib said that his family and Intimates
have expected sueh an unhappy de
velopment for some time. In fact;
Ilarrle names a, co-respondent In -his
stilt,' a' Mr. Carinan, member ot .the
stock exchange and not yet 25 years
old. Cannun ,,,'Was among the
"frlendsVwhotn the Harries enter
tained )n London at their country
1A few years ago Pauline Chase lit-
eruny rose 10 lame on mo jepumiioa
ot her, pink' pajamas in "The' Liberty
Ilelles." They' overshadowed every
thing olse In the piece.. They became
the toast of the town. Miss Chase
wbro them In bed In a scene which
represented .the dormitory ot a girls'
boarding school, nnd when she
romped over the beda ot her school
girl , companions In a midnight spree
the houbo always show with ap
-Mr. Herman Hugo, left Wednes
day on tho Alameda. "Cpld" Is pilot
ing this young man to Aurora, HI.,
where he will claim his bride, Miss
Hathaway. Mr. Hugo Is an enter
prising young business man of Ho
nolulu, and Is connected with the
Ann or Hackfeld and Co. Miss Hath
away, Is. a charming young lady, and
belongs, to one of the prominent fam
ilies in Aurora. A' laughable Inci
dent connected with., this young
man's departure, was the presenta-.
tlbn of Ids by hisi frjends. Tills
lets or wreath, was .made ot 'Job's
teors a Hawaiian b'ead-T by that,
name alternated with visiting
cards of his numerous friends,
, r -.Mrs.
John Ir.wlh, jf.', wife of Pay
master Irwin of the U. SN S. WoBt
Vlrgtnln, who has been domiciled at
the Moana Hotel for the past month,
left, last week, for Manila, where ''!ie
(w(H Join her.,huBbappV,t,Mrs. Irwin,
who Is one of the most popular young
matrons In the Navy', hiude a host' ot
friends daring her stay In the (Isl
ands, numerous friends came to the
steamer to wish her "bon voyage."
The ''old .time, custom of bedecking
the' '.departing ones with 'lelV;
Wreaths of flowers was well carried
out In this Instance; this charming
and pretty woman was covered wltn
beautiful flwoers, not even a vestige'
of her gown could be seen; it I
needless to Bay that they"Wero be
coming. It Is hoped that Mrs. Ir
win and her sweet little daughter,
will return here In February, when
tke Pacific Floet Is In port.
Captain Hand, who Is one of tho
most popular Officers In the Army,
has b'een detailed Quartermaster Capi
tal n of the transport Thomns, The
Captain has many warm friends In
Honolulu, who have been vying with
each other to entertain this Inter
esting man. Last, Wednesday while
the transport, was In port n beauti
ful little' luncheon was given' foV
him, and Wednesday. evening,, n din-,
ncr was given In his honor; owing to
tho arduous duties ot thU gallant
Otrtcer, Invitations for Thursday
couM ,not .be accj5p(e,.CapJnJ,n
Hand Ib a warm, personal friend or
Captnln and Mrs. Marlx,.U. S. M.-C.
Now that Captain Berger tins tak
en a trip to the Coast, and tho boys
who comprise tils fine band ara en
JojIiir n well earned vacation, there
si-enlH ' to bo something lacking
Minii'tliliiK left out; It Is the mu'le
(wlilrii I aiwny-M a pli-ahitie), thnt Is
misted. Hiiiiu'iiIu In right pioud ot
licY bund. Hie upfii air comeris hl'i
lull :iinr elated ! this muiilo loving
tiniiiiiunlt), nnd I ho llawnlli-n band
I hiiio of a ronll.il wi'li'iime upon Its
ir'iiirn; fur tliu Ii.lnd I'oncerts tuivo
eiintriliiitid gicutly to lliiiiiiliilu's Ut-Inii-tlonsi.
nnd too much praise can
not bo glvon them, nr (heir able
. A 'diurmlna Nhvv inntmn of Ho-
nolrilupnld a vi-ry'piblty-nttenubn
to the Japanese .Princess Kunl dur-
ng her short visit In Honolulu. This
society woman ordered a 'superb
bouquet of American1 Ileauty roses
from Mrs. Taylor's, the florist." Th?
long stunned roses were beautifully
arranged with draping asparagus
plumosls, entertained with' dew, drop
chiffon. This exquisite gift was prei
sentod to the Piinccss at luncheon',
the royal personage was so pleasedi
thnt Bhe carried the gift during the
The Alfred Castles moved Into their
ucuuuiui new (,-oioniai norae In Nuu
any. Valley this week: the Richard
tractive, new home about a fortnight
ago. Mrs. Castle and Mrs." Cooke
have maintained an Ideal friendship;
iuiug,Deen ciose rrlonda from baby
hood: those young women received
a substantial wedding present' front
their respective families which h.vi
taken tho material form of beautli
ful, homes. ,
" i .
. Mrs, Allce.Hastlngs, and her young
daughter, and Mrs. .George .Herbert:
are enjoying life. In San Francisco!
they, .have taken apartments at The
Elsorltu;, Miss neat rice Campbell
with , her ch'aperpne is domiciled at
the Stuarf., Mrs; Erfc Knudsen wltri
her child, and maid, left Frldav oi
,the Siberia; Mrs. , Knudsen, will, be
uui u kc6 in nan Franc ico nv.
turning on tno same snip, with Mr.
'and Mrs.t Augustus' Knudsen and .Ma
dam Knudsen, ' I
Word, lias been received from Cali
fornia, that Miss Julie and Miss Ly
dla McStpckqr ,a're, In .a whirl ot
gaiety, amf ore, being , extensively
entertained by "thclr0 numerous
mends. At present they ore, Ihe
guests of MrsJrCurtls,. wlfo of Dr1.
Curtis who. 'has a bea'utiful-honie, In
Holllster, .near, San Jose. On their
return to San Francisco, these two
young girls wll ylslt .their aunt,.ai
the Presidio where they,, will be
feted, py ,Army people.
,..,''". atvrdayf evening a Jolly
Tnreblt, party was; given ln,bonor ot
Mr.' Jams Pages, Assistant, Manager
of Qregg & Co., who 'left for" thK
East,' on the Siberia. . Most of the
irilffala u.ai.a ii..inii.. . .. . '.
c -. nulv iiuoibuny tuciineu ana
an cpjoyabje evening,, was spent!
each guest contributing ,, program!
Among those, present iwero Mr. "and
Mrs. Menefpgiio,, Miss Grant. ,.MIsb
Mamlltpn. Miss Porter. Mr. Pace.
Mr., Lnrsen,, Mr. Lymer nnd Mr. liar-
Mr. nnd ,Mrs., F. U Gibson will
arrive In" Honolulu on the steamer
Ltkellke.TNovembcr lBth'nnd wllloi'-
cupy the Ilefk1' home, while this ,
young" couple are on the mainland.
Mr. and, Mrs., Gibson, have been liv
ing on .tho Island, of Molokal, the
lornier was in cnarge of tno U. .
Government Leprosy Investigation
Station; Mrs. , Gibson Is a sitter ot
Mr. Jack Warren of this city. i
After an absence of four months, .
Mrs, Augtit. Murphy nnd Miss The)-
Ai.n reiurnrd frbm'San 'Francisco on ,
tlie l.it A'nmcda. During their stay,
In California ,thqy 'were. In one con
tinuous round of entertainment. Mrs .
Xlllrnlil. nh,1 t,Ai vnttnn ln..l.H. m
. .... uv. uuu,UUKUlCr UID
great favorites, as well In Honolulu,
anil are being, welcomed, home,. by a
host of friends.. . I
U was greatly regretted that Miss
Nannie Winston dldnot arrive on
thV las Alameda, "a number, of In-
wrmai social. rtsirsy!ma been ar-J
ranged. In her, honor. . Miss .Winston
has,crigagcd''he'r' old apartments at
the Mnnoa. for this winter, nnd may
arrive on the' Kbivn.
Mrs. Joseph Swarty will leave for
California 'on the China, October
30(h. Mr,,''aud Mrs. Swarty have
beon living at the Young,' but owing
to the poor health of their oldest
laughter, Mrs. Swarty will go lo
California, and spend soveral of tho
.winter monlhs, there.
Mr.i. A. Mackenzie of Wahlawa,
If ft on the Alntneda, for a trip lo
Kurtn lll- -stliy abidiid will I
linMliifit Tlio ivei-in ilen,.h uf ln-r
lUlilliei iiiiil.t-. l li,.rvn.i- fin lift
;uvmi' in Grrhinny to niln!lnlilir
to n hiiKi- I'htnlii Irfi in her.
Mm. iitiiriv lliilHTtrtim ii' llmiiiliili.
aml.'liiT diuiKhlnlif, "Mlc r.illnn unM
Ml (ir.ioc l(olioi,Kfli, w. nci'iii)lnt:
tiii 'rcrililiiucuiiiY'ClinrAli. II 'Viuln In
I.lii'l A- riioy liiir In i-t ilu In ii
drril rjii ts nt n iuiidi(T in mi-lat nr
fln..-S r. (V,l. h .'
'riuiunn.v frlwuU lf Fie'il' rilliifii
(.i-iieral 1'n.oimor Awut of the Q. It
A; 1.. Co.. will' In- glad to knowjthii
in- ii leinvi-nni; ma itiod hrnlth, Jilt
tiiiiltli U ii ni'Kt'nt tne jlotel Stun'rl
Iti S.in Fianiilsco. .V
. The many friends of Mr., Dcrwen
Kennedy's wlll.be Interested to, know
that this enterprlslqg . young man
has taken up oil claims In SanMa
tea Co., California and will make
that section of the country his homo.
a '. ;,
i Mrs. F. A. Schaefer entertained at
her beautiful home "Rose. Hank"
complimentary to Mrs. Julian Mon
sarrat, Wednesday., Tho affair was
a luncheon, the decorations wore
Mrs. Sandow, wife of Doctor II. F.
Sandow of Kaunl, .has been a guest
at the Young Hotel, forthe .past ten
days. Mrs. Sandow left on the Sibe
ria, nnd will visit friends In the far
Miss Sophie Rycroft. of Honolulu,
1 the guest of Mrs., McKay, .this
charming matron Is one of the social
leaders of Hllo, Miss Rycroftvwlll not
return to Honolulu until Christmas,
s- - :J '
The Renjamln Marx are at present
aojpurnlng In ,8cotJftdr1 Mr., Marx
Js an.enthuslastle gol'sr.i.and .enjoys
!,-a.W!'4S"lly. fiV itlie. adlmrable
Scottish Jinks., ' "
The Wopian's-, Vpcali.ciub,, meets
every Saturday, mornlntr . n,i i. ,.n.
iier. weaircctorstilp ot .Mrs., Bruce
Mackpll., this ,Cub. has aniembershlp
ui kdou twenty. , .
.Mr, and Mrs. Cha'rjes Hartwell
who hnvft keen npnmvin. i.. .-,.
n'.,r ..-- , "-i,f,,uii,iiiip rfai;.
iH?!:?. nom.e ,n iNuuan.u Valley, left
,W.vweK JT Rostop,. where they
wlll.resldo permanently,' ,
'' . '. vC
Mr. p. M. Swanty, ntter an nb
ence of four weeks, on a business
trip, p,n JI.nwaUlinsLreturned to Ho
'"Colonel A. aHawes", left for Cali
fornia on the. S.Iberia; the Colonel
hVjwnl.'wln;ciHBnrt', ijnHt' l.v his
n,?',).?r.0.u?l ;rlenda,ln. Honolulu,
. Mr;.and Mrs. HobortBhlngle are
enjoying life nt the .St.FrancJs. In
San. Francisco, the., Shinnies are ex
pecjedhome on tho'Lurllhe;
' f -. i. -i
,? ."!" Madeline Ross. and vI Is, JUar.
paret Center, will .jv n' plcitlc on
Oetnhfr SOU,' .t AVnlleK many of
Ih funnhnu .students will, attend
Mrs. W. II. Rlce'and'herda'Ughter
Mrs, R. L, Wllcoi o( Kjauai,.Jefttfbr
"' sisisisisPsisisis stsBslr -'sIbisW 'Jn
sslslslslslslslslslsA IslslslslslsA '" i asslslslslslsWaBslsMI9''1 I
fM . sslsHlsslslslslslsIs stslsZBlslsBBtAMMslsB bJsslslslslslK.Y
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fJHAT they need to mako friends no ono doubts. It remained for Mrs. J. Ilordcn Ilnrrlman to nnd tbo way. She
gave a lawn party at Newport roccntly nt which many of tlio labor rcprcaontnllvcs were the honored guests.
The picture shows her seated between John Mitchell, vice president of tho American Federation ot Labor, and
Timothy J. ltcaly. International president ot tho Firemen's union.
flPHB suffrMo advocates are to have a
candidate for the presidency In 1812.
Bhe Is Jane Addams, the celebrated re
forms!. Boston Is to be the campaign
headquarters, and all the energy, the
persistency and the' originality possi
ble will be directed to advance ber
"The best national housekeeper" Is
to be the slogan of Miss Addams'
supporters, Ber views Ton socialism
and utllltartsnltm and.her faith In the
procnulvs development of the classes
which have been reached by her set
tlement work make ber an Ideal can
didate. " ' ,; "
Bhe Is also possessed ot enough per
sonal fortune to permit ber to devote
berwlf to the cause. Bhe has traveled
much and "shows 'many langus'ges. She
Is convinced that municipal and gov
ernment . ownership will ultimately
prevail on account' of the 'dependence
city dwellers' are now compelled to put
on transit service, water supply and
other publto, utilities. .
Alice Stone Blackwsll Is among the
the mainland, Friday, on tho Siberia.
1 n ,
After n very' pleasant and Interest
ing trip to tho volcano of Kllauoa,
Lieutenant Kllgoro returned on the
.tteamer Manila Kca.
Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Lowrey
are sojourning nt the St. Francis In'
Mrs. John Enn nnd her charming,
daughters uro guests at tho Hotel
Stuart, In San Francisco.
Mrs. Seldcn Klngtbury, who has
been .tlio guest of Mrs. W. R. Castlo,
left for home on tho Claudlnc.
that are very injurious to the system,
and they forbid nervous people to drink
But the same doctors will recom
mend Primo Beer, because, in the malted
barley and hop extract, are predigestcd
food and the best malt tonic.
less than three
a spirituous liquor. It is simply
j MMMW-SmM?? reviP
JW r sBPj''' '
l X Wri sslslsls&' 9r BiL ,H fV
m.. -,m a 2 mumam.
well known suffragists who havo corao
out In support of Miss AJJams.
When Miss Katharine Wright as
cended with her brother Wilbur in tho
aeroplane before King Edward she did
not show tho -.lightest nervousness.
Her confidence In her brother Is un
bounded. She describes tho motion ot tho aero
plane as being far superior to tho bal
loon. In one you havo nothing benenth
you, but In tho aeroplane you havo tbo
feeling ot being In an automobile. You
are conscious 'of the machlno under
you, a well guided and directed thing.
Sho says It Is the most exhilarating
thing possible to feel yourself rushing
through currents ot fresh air and bo
lleves It would cure any dLicaso, es
That girls are taking a prominent
part In athletics Is shown by tho swim
ming contests for life saving corps
prizes. at South Boston, Mass., recently.
The exhibitions ot high diving and long
distance swimming wero worthy of
note, nose l'ltnofr, a young girl who
accomplished the remarkable feat of
swimming across Hull Out and back
again, 'Was one of the stsrs of tbo ct
caslon and easily took first prlaa .' tr
NUN OVERPOWERS A BULL.
Ilerlln, Oct. 0. Tho Coldgn
Volkszcitung vouches for tho acc;u
racy of n roniarknblo story of i
iittn'H enrounter with n bull. Th
liiTiilne Is one of thu thrco sisters
i lip Order of St. Vincent, who hn
rhni'go of n lingo dairy near Rotten
Tho bull nttneked .1 Cii-ycnr-oH'
hordsinan. who wn pinned against nu loUill tM ,l0 1U
wall. The other men were loothrco Wmoris w,,ro , Bafu ,,,,,.
frightened to Interfere, but tho nun t ,
ran from tho dairy. Ilung hercclf on i,orR8lrom MlI,c Co nr ,
tho animal nnd krlzcil Its horns. for l0 fnm011, Ch!cerlns piano
Sho actually succeeded In throw-MiwIc lovers lmitcil I. , n,.. ....
Ing tho bull off ts feet, and beforo
amount or aico
is not enough to class it as
The j5eeiJh&t's JBrewed
. . .. 1
RED CURRANT JELLY;
Ono pound of best preserving sugar
for every pint of currant Julco.
Wash tho currants and then put
them on to stow without shredding.
As soon as they aro hot, but not toa
hot to touch, squeexo them In cliecm
cloth. Put tho Julco on In a preserv
ing pan and to every pint allow one
pound of sugar. Ilrlng to tho boll and
boll fast for twenty minutes, stlrrlnjr
nil tho tlmo. Put Into small pots'and
cover while hot. Raspberries, black'
currants and blackberries can all b
treated In tho samo way and will make
GREEN TOMATO PICKLE.
Tako half n reck of crcen tomatoet.
six onions, threo ounces of sugar, twoj
iruBiJuumuiH ok peppercorns, ono oc
cloves, two of allspice, vinegar and
salt. Sprlnklo tho tomatoes and onions
with salt nnd leavo for a night Next
morning drain nnd put them on In a
preserving pan with enough vinegar
to cover and tho spices. Boll all to
gether for an hour, then place In Jars
and tie down.
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For this uso six pounds of apples
peeled, quartered nnd cored four and
a half pounds of Dcmerara sugar, one
and a half ounces of ground ginger,
tho Julco nnd rrrated rind ot a lemon.
Sprlnklo tho apple with tho sugar
nnd ginger nnd leavo overnight. Next
ilny put all on In a preserving pan and
bring gradually to billing point.
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