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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. SEPT. 17. 1918
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we should, either as
organizers of indus
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But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.J
Bishop & Company
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Are .you troubled with Ants?
TALBOT'S ANT EXTERMINA
TOR is a standard article and there
is no question of its effectiveness
This: can be proven beyond qucs
tion'bv watching the results of
operation, but no matter how
good a remedy may be, lack of
interest or carelessness in its appli
cation necessarily detracts from re- , the iaree uge OI corn hread: we
suits; for this reason we emphasize must U8e the mixture with wheat flour
that you follow directions on pack- In addition to our normal consumption
age. 'and the destruction of the ant of corn bread.
colony is guarantee. por this purpose regulations are
SIZE, 2")C, 50c, 81 00 and 84. Q0 formulated below, effective yesterday,
i-P I Sept. 16th, providing:
il First: For the preparation and
W. W. DilllGna tt VO., Ltd. marketing by manufacturing and dis
House of Housewares
The recent careful survey of the
Food Administrators of the United
States, France, England and Italy, of
the food resources of the 220,000,000
people fighting against Germany,
shows that to maintain enough sup
plies and necessary reserves against
disaster, there must be maintained In
all countries a conservation, of wheat
flour during the coming year.
It has teen agreed that the wheat
bread of the Allies shall contain 20
percent o other grains than wheat
and it is only Just that we should
bear our share of this saving and that
our bread at least should be universal
with those who are suffering more
greatly from the war than ourselves.
Distribution and transportation cir
cumstances in the United States rend
er It necessary to rely very largely on
the voluntary action of our homes to
enforce this mixture. The "Victory
Bread" so made is wholesome, and
there is no difficulty In preparation.
We desire to emphasize the fact that
the mixtures outlined below are for
wheat bread, and the saving of wheat
flour, but they are not Intended to dls-
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Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Wholesale and Retail Groceriei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
tributing trades of the country of a
mixed flour, complying with the in
ternational policy, which will be avail
able for purchase by the household;
Second: In regulations covering the
case where straignt wneai nour is
sold by retailers, that at the same
time 20 percent of other cereal flours
must be sold coincldentally.;
Third: Requiring that all bakers
bread shall contain 20 percent of other
cereals and the Food Administration
relies upon the householders of the
country to mix at least 20 percent of
the substitute cereals Into the wheat
flour at home for all uses.
Corn meal for the use of corn bread
should be purchased separately from
Subject: Ready-Mixed Flour for Sale
as "Victory Mixea i-iaur.
It is desired to insure a supply of
ready-mixed flours on the market and
to have millers and dealers of all
kinds encourage the use and sale of
this flour, so that the country may be
on a mixed flour basis, without the
necessity of, retailers making combi
nation sales of flour and Substitutes,
All such mixed flours made accord
lug to the following regulations should
be labelled "Victory Mixed Flour" and
are to be labeled with the ingredients,
in order of their proportion. The flours
so mixed must be milled in accord
ance with the standards of the United
States Food Administration. No
Mixed Flours,, (except pancake flours)
shall be made or manufactured, except
in the exact proportioned as outlined
Subject: Mixed Wheat and Barley
Rpai KtatP aiMJ InSUranCe Flour-Shall be in the proportion of
lYCdl L.DWUC aim iuouibuvv i pound8 of wneat flour to one pound
NO. 125 lil MERCHANT ST.
p n.Rnv No.594 Honolulu
War Savings t
of Hawaii, Ltd.
of barley flour.
Subject: Mixed Wheat and Con
Flour Shall contain the proportion
of 4 pounds of wheat flour to one
nound of corn flour,
Subject: Mixed Wheat, Barley and
Corn Flour Shall contain the pro
portion of 8 pounds of wheat flour to
one pound barley ana one pouna corn
Subject: Mixed Wheat and ltye
Flour Shall contain the proportion of
three pounds of wheat flour and not
less than two pounds of rye flour.
Subject: Whole Wheat, Entire
Cheat or Graham Flour or Meal
Shall contain at least 95 percent of
the wheat berry.
All the above "Victory Flours" may
be sold without substitutes, but at no
greater price from the miller, whole
saler or retailer, than In the case of
standard wheat flour.
Subject: .Retail Sale of Standard
The new regulations oupersedo the
50-00 rule; the retail dealer selling
standard wheat flour Is required to
carry in stock either bailey flour, corn
meal or c?ra flour, and with every
sale of wheat flour must sell a combi
nation of some one or more of these,
in the proportion of one pound of sub
stitute to each four pounds of wheat
flour. No dealer may force any other
substitutes, in combination, upon the
consumer, and these substitutes must
conform to the standards fixed by the
I'nited States Food Administration.
There are some localities where
other substitutes are available and
which retailers may wish to carry. In
order to meet this situation, the fol
lowing flours may be goW in such
combination in lieu of the above flours,
if the consumer so demands, at the
ratio of one pound to each four pounda
of wheat flour; that is, Feterita flour
and meals, rice flour, oat flour, kaflir I
flour, Milo flour, peanut flour, bean
flour, potato flour, sweat potato flour,
and buckwheat flour. Pure rye flour
or meal may be sold as a substitute
but must be sold in proportion of at
least two pounds of rye with 3 pounds
of wheat flour.
The foregoing rules apply to all cus
torn and exchange transactions, as
well as sales of flour to farmers, un
less modified by special announcement
of the Federal Food Administrator of
the State where the mill is located,
acting with the approval of the Zone
In compliance with the general situ
ation above, the following alteration-;
are made in the rules and regulations
governing the baking trade:
Rule 1-A. The consumption of
wheat flour In bakery products not to
exceed 70 percent of the 1917 consump
tion is hereby rescinded.
Rule 2-A. Wheat flour substitutes
for bakers remains as heretofore, with
the exception of rye, which will be a
substitute when used upon a basis of
not less than 40 percent, which is 2
pounds of rye flour to every 3 poun ls
of standard wheat flour. When rye
is used in this proportion, or a groater
proportion, no other substitutes are
required. IT less than this proportion
of rye flour is used, the difference
between such amount used and 40
percent must be made up of other
Rule 6-A. Bakers will be required
to use one pound of substitute to each
4 pounds of wheat flour in all bakery
products, Including bread, except
Class 3a Crackers in which only 10
percent of substitutes, other than rye
The use of the name "Vietory" vi!'
be allowed in all products cont.ifn'n"
the above proportions. of substitutes.
REVISIONS OF PREVIOUS RULES
The previous rules limiting licenced
millers, wholesalers, retailers and
bakers to 30 days supply of flour will
be changed to permit a 60 days supply.
The rules limiting sales by retailors
of wheat flour to an eighth of a barrel
in cities and a quarter- of a barrel in
sparsely settled districts are rescind
The rule limiting the sale of flour
by millers to wholesalers, or whole
salers to retailers, in combination
with substitutes, or certificates there
fore and the rule restricting the sale
to 70 percent of previous sales are
Manufacturers of alimentary pastes
and wheat breakfast foods are limited
to their normal consumption of wheat
or wheat flour, with the understand
ing that they are not to unduly expand
their ordinary consumption of wheat,
Wheatless days and wheatless
meals are discontinued.
Nothing In these regulations is to
be construed to mean that there ahas
been any setting aside or changing
of the pure food laws, as promulgated
by the Bureau of Chemistry, Depart
ment of Agriculture, or the Internal
Revenue Law, as administered by the
Internal Revenue Commissioners
which requirements must be conform
ed to by manufacturers and dealers
in all cases.
J. F. CHILD,
Food Administrator for Hawaii
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
HAWAIIAN- ISLANDS Kauai Is
land South Coast Hanapepe Light,
heretofore reported extinguished, was
relighted August 27, 1918.
C. & O. S. Charts 4102. 4117.
Light List, Pacific Coast, 1918
p. 1C2, No. 851. Buoy List, 19
th District, 1917, p. 16..
By order of the Commissioner
A. E, ARLEDGE,
Superintendent of Lighthouses
In a Musiml Ileview - f CLs.-iuil and 1'.. pillar Selections 1 1 A 1 1 1 AND V.'OLIN SOLOS
Wednesday, Sept. 18th, Tip Tip Theatre Thursday Sept. lilth, Homestead Hall
Friday, Sept. 20th, Kapaa and Kealia Saturday, Sept. 21st. Kilauea
Monday, Sept. 23rd Hanalei
Tuesday afternoon Grand Farewell Concert at the TIP TOP, music only.
Operatic and classical selections mainly.
TIP TOP THEATRE
Tuesday, September 17
William S. Hart
ThOVH hCG presents r
IT'S COMING! 4th CIIAPTEK
"Bine Blazes Rawden"
Wm. S. Hart appears in the new role of "Blue Blazes
Rawden." the river boss o7 a logging camp. The timber
jacks come into the rough western town and visit the bar,
dance hall and gambling house of "Lady fingers" Hilgnrd,
the black sheep of a fine English family. His favorite girl,
Babette, flirts with "Blue Blazes" and he kisses her. The
giant bartender resents this insult to his Ikiss, and uceives
a sound thrashing when he attacks "Blue Blazes."
N.-i, l.bor" a Kib-Busting Paramount Comedy
KAGLK'S BYE'' WATCH FOR IT.
Thursday, Sept. 19
The Food Gamblers
With Wilfred Luces and Elda Millar
HOW A CLEVER WOMAS REPORTER UPSETS THE SCHEME OF.A CORIU I'T POLT
UU ticAL RING TO CONTROL THE PRICE OF FOOD.
"VILLA OF THE MOVIES" A RIB-BUSTING COMEDY OF M EX TO A M B A N D I ( "IS.
IT'S COMING 1 4th CHAPTAR "THE EAGLE'S EYE"-WATCI1 FOR 1T
Saturday, Sept. 21
Elsie Ferguson in
"THE SONG OF SONGS"
MNs Elsie Furgeson, the beautiful star, has a role in this photoplay very similar to the one she
plaved in "The Outcast," which' was the crowning achievement of her stage career, and in which
see was acclaimed by dramatic critics throughout the county as the leading
emotional actress of the American Stage.
FOURTH GREAT EPISODE OF
The Incoming crop of peanuts is be
ing held at 15 cents a pound by the
local growers. ' A year or two ago they
were glad to get four or five cents for
them. An advance of 300 per cent or
more seems excessive.
"Blue Blazes Rawden" program will be also shown at
ELEELE, WED., SEPT. 25; MAKAWELI. THl'R., WAIMEA. FRI.. KFKA1IA,
SAT., KAPAA. MON.
"The Song of Songs" program will be also shown at
WAIMEA, MON. SEPT. 23; MAKAWELI, TUES. KOLOA, WED. IIOM 1-sTK.aD,
THU. KAPAA, FRI.