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THE 


CANDY MAKER'S CUIDE 


A COLLECTION OJ!' 


CHOICE RECIPES FOR SUGAR BOILING 


CO)[PILED AXD PUBLISHED BY 


THE FLETCHER MNF'G. CO. 


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UF ACTURERS OF 


Confectioners' and Uandy Makers' Tools and Machines 
TEA AND COFFEE URNS 
. BAKERS' CONFECTIONERS AND HOTEL SUPPLIES 


Il\lPORTERS A
D DEALERS IN 


PURE FRUIT JUICES, 
FLA VORING EXTRA.CTS, 
FRUIT OILS, 
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'rIAL OILS, 
l\I.A.LT EXTRACT, 
xxx x GLUCOSE, ETC. 


Prize :Thledal and Diploma awarded avroronto Industrial Exhibition 
1894, for General Excellence in Sty Ie and Finish of our goods. 


440-442 YONCE ST., - TORONTO, CAN. 


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FLETCHER MNF'C. CO. 


TORONTO. 




 


Manufacturers and dealers in Genera- 
tors, Steel and Copper Soda VVater Cylinders, 
Soda Founts, Tumbler VVashers, Freezers, 
Ice Breaking Machines, Ice Cream Refrigera- 
tors, Milk Shakers, Ice Shaves, Lemon 
Squeezers, Ice Cream Cans, Packing Tubs, 
Flavoring Extracts, Golden and Crystal 
Flake for making Ice Cream, Ice Cream 
Bricks and Forms, and every article neces- 
sary for Soda VVater and Ice Cream 
bu siness. 



 



INTJit{)DUCTIONo 
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In presenting this selection of choice recipes 
for Candy 
lakers ,ve have endeavored to avoid 
everything that is not practical and easy to 
understand. 'fhe recipes given are from the lnost 
experienced and notable candyn1akers of America 
and Europe, and are such, tllat, if follo,ved out 
with care and attention will be sure to lead to suc- 
cess. Practice is only to be had by experiment, 
and little failures are overcome by constant 
perseverance. 
After the rudiments have been tlloroughly 
mastered, the reader has ample scope to distin- 
guish hin1selfin the Candy ,yorld, and will do so 
,,,,ith patience and perseverance. "... e trust our 
patrons will look upon this ,york, not as a liter- 
ary effort, but as instrllction from a practical 
workn1an to a ,yould-be 'YOrklnan. 


FLETCHER 1\INF'G. Co., 
440 & 442 Y onge St., Toronto, 
Publishers. 
l\Ianufacturers of Candy l\lakers Tools and 

fachines, and every article required in Confec- 
tionery and Candy l\Iaking. 


ASK FOR OUR CATALOGUE. 



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SUGAR BOILING. 


This branch of the trade or business of a COll- 
fectioner IS perhaps the most iII1portHllt. All 
nl
lllufactllrers are lllore or less interested in it, and 
certainly no retail shop could be considered orthodox 
"rhich did not display a telllpting variety of this class. 
So inclusive is the ternl (( boiled goods ,. that it elll braces 
drops, rocks, candies, taffies, creanls, carêHnels, and a 
nUlnber of different 
orts of hand-lnade, nlachille-Inade, 
and moulded goods. It is the most ancient Illethod of 
"ThÍl:h \ye have any kno,,'ledge, and perhaps the Ino
t 
popular process of modern thnes; the evidence of our 
everyday experience convinces us that (not".ithstanding 
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thp boonl ,yhich heralds from time to time a ne'\\
 s"Teet., 
cookpd in a different manner, composed of ingredipn ts 
hitherto unused in bnsiness), it is the exception ,yhen 
sllch goods hold the front rank for nlorc than a fc"T 
lnonths, ho\\'cver pretty. tasty, or tenlpting they mêlY 
be, the public palate seems to fall back on those made in 
the old lines \yhich, though capable of improvement, 
seem not to be superceded. Of the entire make' of con- 
fectionery in Canada, at least t,yo-thirds of it 11lay he 
\\Tritten dO\\Tll under the name of boiled sngar. They 

ue undoubtedly the chief features ,\\Tith both manu- 
facturers and retailcrs, embracing, as they do, endless 


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Soda F'Oll nts) (;eneJ'lltor."\) (}yl i nde)'"s} Etc. fj 


fa
ilities for fertile brains and dcft fingers for inventing 
novelties in design, lllanipulntion, cOlnbieation, and 
finish. N ot,yithstanding thp already great yariety, 
there is al \yays daily somcthing ne,y in this depart- 
Inent brought into 111arket. ::\Iany of tlH' 11108t 
u('cess- 
ful houses o,ye their popularity n10re to their heads than 
their hands, hence the importance of studying tlíi:-; 
branch in all its ramifications. The endless assortmen t 
requiring different methods for preparing and lnanipulat- 
ing 111ak(\ it necessary to 
ub-diyjde this branch into 
sections, order and arrangelnent being so necessury to 
be thoroughly understood. TVhen lce cun."ideJ' the feu'- 
inexjJensice tools }'equired to rJlake .\:o 111any kind8 o.f sa1l!- 
able good..;:) it i.
 not to be ll"ondel'ed at so }Ull ny retailers 
hatOe a fancy to Juake their ou'n tajlees and sllch like, there 
is no rea.'ion lchy a luan OJ' l('onJan) lcith ordinary patience} 
a 'trilling and ene}'getic dh;:po.'iit ion) facoI'ed lcith a fail' 
{1JJI()llnt of' intelligence} .'ïllOllld not be able to bc('orne 
cith 
the aid (
f' 1'[[[8 l]OO/
 and a f'e'll" dollar."\ (()I' tools, fairly 
good saga)' boiler..;:, icith a felc 1'1011th8 prllctic p . 
Therc Hrc rea
ons ,yhy a retail 
oJlfe
tioner should 
study sugar boiling. I t gives charaeter to the bll
iJleSF, 
a fa('Ï1
ating odour to the prenlises, and a general at- 
hOlnencss to the surroundings. No goods look n10fP 
a ttracti \'C and tcn1pting to the s,yeet eating public than 
frc
h lnade goods of this kinù. A bright \yindo,y ca.n 
he ouly 
o kept hy 1unkers. Grainy or sti('k
T drops 
111ay be reboiled 
 scraps <lnd ,yhat ,,-ould other,vise he 
ahnost \yastc (at least unsightly) nl(t
' be redressed in 



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another shHpe, nnd bcconle, not only sa]eablp, but pro- 
fitable. 'J'hel-e are 1nal1Y adrantage."i uhich rt Juaker 
}Jo,
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."ïe."i over one ltho buys all. For instance, clear boiled 
goods should be kept nil' tight, nnd are therefore 
dclÏ\Tered to the retailers in bottles, jars, or tins, on 
,\\,hich charge is nUtde, the
e haye to be repacked and 
returned. Breakages are an iInportan t item, so is 
freight-the eost of the latter is saved and the former 
reduced to a minimu1l1. 


'Vhatever lneans are adopted to benefit the retnilpr 
and advertise the business by brighter ,,'indo,ys, cleaner 
shops, less faded goods, and healthier fiIU,l1(:Ïnl condi- 
tions must eon tribute to the general prosperity of tl
e 
trade, fro1l1 the bOtt01l1 st<,p to the top rung of the 
ladder. 


It should be the ailn of all alnateurs to study 
quality rather than pl'Íc'c. Goods ,yell lunde, carefully 
flavored, and nicely displayed ,,,ill al,yays cOll1Juand a 
reaùy sale at a fair price, giving satisfaction to the con- 
sumer and credit to the luaker. Gi\
e your eustolllers 
something to please the eye as ,veIl as the palate, so 
that every sale lnay be looked upon as an ad vertise- 
Inent. Cheap, bulky, insipid stuff is unprofitable and 
daln:lging to the trade as "'ell as to the seHer. I 
venture to asscrt that ITIOre ,,"ould-be 111akers have cOlne 
to grief trying to cut eaeh other in pri<:e for rubbishy 
candies than through any other Cause. Look (1t the 
number of firn1s ,,'ho haye a reputation, 'whose yery 



Bakel.,'} and Confectioners Tools and l11achinery '1 


name c0111mand trade at good pI ices, year after year add 
to the turnover. V\That is the taliSlllan? Look at their 
goods. There is perhaps nothing yery striking in them, 
but they are inz:ariably good, busy or slack they are 
made ,vith care, packed with taste, and delivered neatly 
in a business-like fashion. Compare this to our makers 
of cheap stuff; to obtain orders they sell at unprofitable 
prices, often at a loss, and try to make up the difference 
by resorting to various methods of increasing the bulk, 
the result is ultimate ruin to themselves, loss to their 
creditors, and injury to everyone concerned. Few ,,'ho 
read these lines will not be able to verify all that is 
stated. The writer's a.dvice has always been to keep u}J 
a high degree oj. excellence, try to Í'inprove in evel.y direction, 
and SllCCf,Ç;,ç Ü; only a uzattel. of patie''ìlce, energy and 
<. irility. 
It is not in tended to give a complete list of all kinds 
of candy known in the trade, that would be absurd and 
iInpossible. To be able to Inake. any partieular kind 
,vill require kno,y ledge only to be gained by experience, 
so that lTIuch depends on the thoughtful endeayor of the 
beginner. 


THE VVORKSHOP. 


Sugar boiling, like every other craft, requires a 
place to do it, fitted ,vith tools and appliances. The 
requisites and requirements can be easily suited to the 
purse of the ".ould-be confectioner. 



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ork to be useful to all must cater for all, and in- 
elude information "rhich ,viII be useful to the smaller 
storekeeper as 'yell as the larger Inn ker. To begin at 
the bottoln, one can easily in1agine a person "Those only 
alnbition is to Inake a little ('andy for the ,yindo,v fit for 
children. This could be done ,vith a very sl11all outlay 
for utensils. The next n10ve is the purchase of a sugar 
boiler's furnace not ver
" costly and certainly indispen- 
sible ,,"here quality and variety arc required, it ,viII be 
a great saying of tiIne as ,yeH as Inoney, the sugar ,viII 
boil a Inuch better color, so that cheaper sugar may be 
used for bro,vn or yello,v goods, ,yhile one ean 111ake 
acid drops and other ,,
hite goods froln granulated. 
Dutch crush, or loaf sugar, ,vhich ,,-ould he iJnpossible 
to 111ake on a kitchen stOYC fI'oln nny sort of sugar. 


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Fig. 2. 
Steel Candy Furnace. 
No. 1-24 in. high, 19 in. 
diameter. Price, $ï.50. 
No. 2-30 in. high, 23 in. 
diameter. Price, $12.00. 


Fig. 206 a. 
Excelsior Furnace. 
Height 26 in., 4 holes, 
from 9 to 18 in.. diameter. 

Iade entirely of cast iron. 
Price. S16. Weight 225 
lbs. 



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CARAMEL CUTTERS-2 Styles. 
E:ll'h ,vith Steel Shaft and Scre"r Handles and t,vo 
, 
sets Blocks. 
No. 2-"rith 13 Steel Outters, price. . . . $6.f>0 
'Ve make this Outter ,vith longer rod and any num- 
ber of extra cutters at 50c. each cutter. 
No. l-"Tith 13 Tinned Cutters, price $11.00 
'Vith longer rod
 and an
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nol',. each cutter. 



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Improved Slide Candy Hook. 


Copper Candy Boiling Pan. 
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tÖO, 16x7 $5.50, 
17xR 86.00 18x9 $7.00, 
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STEAM JACKET--MADE TO ORDER. 
LIST OF SUGAR BOILING TOOLS 
REQUIRED FOR A START. 


1 Candy Furnace. . . . . . . . .. . . . . Price, $7 50 
1 
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Copper Boiling pan 15x6. . . . . . 
Candy Thermometer. . . . . . . . .. " 
1.Iarhle Slab 48x24x2.... . . . .' " 
Caranlel Cutter....,. .. . . . . .. u 
Oandy IIook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. " 
Pallctte Knife............... " 
Doz. Taffy Pans. . . . . . . . . . . . .. u 
Pair English Candy Shears. . .. " 


4 50 
1 75 
8 00 
6 50 
75 
50 
2 00 
1 50 


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Total $33 00 
l\Iore slab room ,vill be required as trade increases. 


We cannot go any further into the mysteries of 
this art successfully unless "
e provide ourselves with a 



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candy n1achine and rolls to enable us to make drops. 
They al.e indispensible, and if \ye are to go on, '\ve Inust 
have them to enable us to make drops, and every con- 
fectioner sells drop3. These Inachines are Inade to suit 
all classes of trade, big and Ii ttle. The small on es make 
just as nice drops as the large ones, and will turn out in 
the course of a day 2 or 3 cwt., by constant use, so that 
for retail purposes this q uan tity would generally be 
s ufficien t. 


Fig. 12
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Candy Machine and Rollers for Boiled Sugar. 
For Fruit Drops, Acid or Cough Drops Inlperials, Etc. 
These 
Iachines are made to fit a Standard Guage, and ,,,ill 
adinit of any number of Rollers being fitted to one frame. Thu'S 
parties having our frames can at any tÌIne order additional rollers 
which ,
till work satisfactorily. 
The Rollers are 2 in. diameter, 3
 in. long. Almost every con- 
ceivable pattern call be cut on thein. 
 
CANDY ROLL FRA
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PLAIN DROP ROLLS....... ...... .... .14 00 per pair. 
FANCY DROP ROLLS,...... .... . from 16 00 " 



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] laving so far g?t our ,yorkshop arranged the next 
thing is to keep it in order. Sugar boiling is dirty 
sticky business, espe
ially on ,yet days, unless eyery 
part is kept scrupulously clean and dry, slabs and 
ta bles should be ,vashed, no trace of sifting, scraps, or 
boiled goods, should be left exposed to the a tnlosphere 
during the night, the floor "Tell s"
ept, and a little clean 
sa,,
dust put do,vn every night. 
The comfort and ease in ,yorking in a clean place far 
1110re than offsets the trouble and time it takes to put it 
in order, beside,,", the goods are III ueh drier, brighter and 
easier to bottle or pack. Nothing is more unplea
al1t 
than to ,york ,vith sticky slabs, sliIny Inachilles or dirty 
scales. The boil adheres to the slabs; sticks to the 
rollers, spoiling tl
e shapes} and become cloudy and 
spotty in ,yeighing.' "Teare not ,,?riting ,yithout kno,y- 
, 
ledge. Anyone ,y ho has ,vorked or yisited sma 11 
,yorkshops can end01
se the yalue of these r('lÌlark
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call to nlÏnd this i1naginary picture. Ho,ycyer, therp 
are exceptions, 
ti11 the hint ,yill bc useful in a good 
many cases. 


METHOD OF SUGAR BOILING. 


If the learner will study the follo,,,ing instructions, 
the author guaran tees to place him in a position to boil 
sngar as correctly as the most experienced "
orkman. 
To accomplish this, th
 reader should provide hiInself 
,,'ith the sngHr boiler's tools named on the preéedinp; 



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page. "\Vhile the sugar is undergoing the process of 
boiling, it is almost impossible for n learner to deter- 
11line the exact degree ".hich the sugar has attaiÜed 
,vithout a thermometer, and eyen the journeynlan find:::; 
it so useful that you ,,
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Steel Candy Shears. 
English Candy Shears, $1. 50. 


Fig. 201 a. 


Price, $1.73 


Copper Cased Candy Thermometer. 



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sugar lvithout it; in fact nlany of the larger shops ,,,ill 
not allow a sugar boiler to ,york ,vithout one. For 
almost any purpose the follo,ving degrees ,viII be found 
all that is necessary. For instance put into the pan in 
,vhieh you intend to boil, 7 Ibs. granulated sugar to- 
gether \yith one quart of ,vater, plaeing it on the fire 
and allo\v it to boil. Put a cover over the pan and 
allow it to boil fúr ten minutes; then take oft. the cover 
and put the thermometer in the pan, immersing the 
bottom part of it in the boiling sugar, and let it remain 
there until the sugar is boiled to the degree you require. 
The follo,ving five degrees are those used by confec- 
tioners for different purposes: 


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1st. The smooth, yiz.,-
15 to 220 by the thermo- 
Ineter. 'Vhen the mercury registers thesc figures the 
sugars may then be used for crystalizing creams, gum 
goods and liqueurs. 



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2nd. The Thread, viz., 230 and 235 is the degree 
,yhich is used for making liqueurs. 
3rd. The Feather, viz., 240 to 2JÖ. Only a few 
minutes elapse bet,veen these degrees, and the sugar 
must be "
atched closely during the boiling at this point. 
This deg ree may be used for making fondants, rich 
creal11s, cream for chocolates and fruit cand
Ting. 


4th. The Ball, viz., 250 to 255. The sugar at this 
point is used for making cocoanut and other candies 
, 
coco an u t ice, and almost every description of grain 
sngar generally. 


fith. The Orack, viz., 310 to 315. This is the degree 
,,"hich i3 used, ,vith little variation, for all kinds of 
drops, taffies, and all clear goods, ,vhether for the pur- 
pose of passing through n1achines or manipulating ,yith 
the hands. 


These degrees can be tested by an experienced hand 
,,'ithout the aid of the therl11ometer, and the learner may 
accustolTI himself by trying them in the follo,ving man- 
ner: Take the stem of a clay pipe and dip it into the 
sugar as it boils, dra\v it out again and pass it through 
the foreJìnger and thun1b; ,,-hen it feels oily you \vill 
find by looking at your thermometer that it has reached 
the degree of smooth, 215 to 220 by the glass. 
The next degree or thread, l11ay be tried by your 
taking a little of the sugar off the pipe bet"
een your 
finger and thumb and part then1 gently; if you see small 



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threads hang bet\veen your finger and tlnunb that 
degree has arrived. 
For the degree of Ball, 250 to 255, you 111ust haye 
by your hand a slnall jug of cold "Tater : ,,
hen you dra,v 
the pipe out of the sugar dip it in the ,yater, and ,,,hen 
taken out of the ,vater, if 
TOU can ,vork it like a piece of 
-t 
putty, you ha ye got the degree of ball. 
The degree of Crack lnust be tested the saIne ,yay, 
and the sugar lllust leave the pipe clean; dip it again in- 
to cold ,vater; ,vhen off the pipe break off a piece ,vith 
your téeth ; if it snaps clean in your teeth, pour 
Tour 
sugar on the slab at once. 
NOTE.-This last degree nlust be tried sharply, in 
giying the process for trying it ,vithout the thermolneter. 
"Te caution all beginners to get a ther1110111eter, as 
practice alone can instruct you ,vithout. It is also 
necessary to state that thermometers differ a little, and 
should be tested. 
During hot ,veather, it is necessary to bring the 
sugars up to the full degree; during ,vinter months, the 
lo,ver degrees lnarked ,viII ans,ver the purpose. 


CUTTING THE GRAIN, LOVVERING 
OR GREASING. 


Almost all sugar, especially refined, ,vhether loaf, 
crystallized or granulated, and most sugars kno"'ll to 
the trade as pieces ,vi 11, if boiled beyond the degree 
of ball, or 250 by the therillometer, 'vhen turned out 
of the pan becomes cloudy
 then grainy, and ultim- 



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atelya solid lunlp of hard opaque sugar. To prevent 
this candying, as it is called seyeral agen ts are used, 
such as glucose, crean1 of tartar pyroligneous acid, vine- 
gar &c., the aetion of ,vhich ,vill cause the sugar to boil 
clear, be pliable ,vhile hot and transparent ,vhen 
cold. It is therefore necessary to use SOlne lo,vering 
ngent for all boilings intended for clear goods, 
uch 
as drops taffies, roc ks. &c. 


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Fig. 2t. 


Fig. 20- 
Pyramid Forms. 
No. 1, 22
 inch, 2 rings 
Price, . . . . . . . . . .90c. 
No.2, 32 inch, 3 rings 
Price, $1 10. 


CANDY SCRAPER AND 
SPREADER. 


12 inches long.... ..... .65c 
6 ' , , , . . . . . . . . . . SOc 


Experience has taught Bl0st of the old hands that 
t\yO of these "agents posse
s all the Inerits necess<lry for 
the pnrpose, and are to be preferred to others for reasons 
it is unl1ecessary to state-they are crealn of tartar [tlld 
glucose. A great deal could be said in fa YOI' of either 
or both; crean1 of tartar is handier and cleaner to use 
as ,veIl as Illore exact in its action 
 goods boiled ,yith it 
,vill be a better color and, sonH' assert, l110re cl'i
p 
 for 
acids and all best and export. goods it is to be rceon1- 



18 J/letchel. .llla nu/acllo.illg Co., T'ol
onto. 


nlended-use a proportion of half an ounce to every 14 
Ibs. of sugar-,ve say about, as SOUle strong sugars 
require a little more, this is generally measured in a 
teaspoon, t,vo spoon fulls to every 14 Ibs. of sugar. 
Glucose, being cheaper than sugar, is valuable to the 
confectioner, not only for its lo\vering qualities, but also 
as a bulk producer, l
edllcing the cost 0/ the p'J"oduct. On 
this account there is a tendency to overdo it by using too 
Inuch, the result causing goods to become stieky and 
turn soft imlnediately they are exposed to the atmos- 
phere, not only so, but \ve have seen drops running to 
a solid hunp in bottles through being overdosed. If 
glucose is used in proper proportions, it makes an excel- 
lent lo,vering agent, and \vill ans\ver the purpose first 
rate for ordinary drops and the like. Use three Ibs. of 
glucose to every 14 Ibs. of sugar; keep a panfulon the 
furnace top, so that it ,vill al,vays be hot and may be 
easily nleasured by means of a sa ucepan or ladle holding 
the exact quantity; add the glucose \vhen sugar begins 
.. 
to boil. 


FLAVORS AND COLORS. 


These form ahnost as importan t a part of the trade 
as the sugar itself, and it should be the chief object of 
every \vorkman to try and excel in these t,,-o Ï1nportan t 
features; if you do not use good fial;ol'.
, it is a nloral 
certainty you cannot produce good candie.
. Flavors for 
boiled sugars should be Sl)eeial]y prepared, those bought 
at an ordinary chenlist .'-hop 1ì1ay do rery 1l"ell fOI" f!a'l;oing 


. 



Soda ]/ollnts) Generators) (}ylinclel-.", Etc. 1.9 


custal'ds and pastry, but are of no usefol' boiled sugars, in 
fact bette}. use no essence at all) as they are so ,,,eak tha t, to 
give the drops &c., even a slight taste the quantity rc- 
quired reduces tho degree to ,yhich the sugar has been 
boiled so much that it ,yorks like putty, and sticks to 
the l1ulchine ,,,hile being prcssed through; thc drops 
,,
hen finished look dull, dragged and sti.:k together 
,,
hen bottled; tons of drops are weekly spoiled by snlall 
makers using such flavors, ,vhile a little trouble and less 
expense ,yould put thenl out of their misery, besidcs 
giving to the goods that clear bright dry appearance 
to be found in the drop3 of a respectable house. 


It nlust be remembered that the fla YOI' is the very life 
of the candy. Color nlay please the eye, but excellence 
in that alone is not all that is required. ..A buyer may be 
attracted by the eye, but he does not eat with it. Neither 
old or young ,yould kno,yingly eat only colored sugar. 
.A s,yeet taste may be satisfied ,vith sugar alone. 


It is the variety of pleasant flavors that is desired and 
it is the business of the cOHfectioner to supply it. Flavors 
for sugar boiling should he as concentrated as it is pos- 
sible for it to be. Severa I large houses ,vho have con- 
fined their attention to the ,vants and requiremcnts of 
the confectionery and n1ÏncrH I "
a tel' trades have sut:- 
ceeded in producing fruit essences of quality, ,vhich is a 
pleasure to ,york ,vith. Being very po\yerful, little is re- 
quired to give the boil rich flavor, consequently it pnsses 
through the Inachine easily, forn1Ïng a perfcct drop on 



20 1-'/ etr!leJ' .ilIa llufacturiug (}o., Toronto. 


,,'hich the clear Ïlnprint of the engrHYing ('haracteri:.;;tic of 
thPllUlchine used. Essential oils uscdby confectioners art' 
tho"c haying an agreeable aroluatic ftayo]', aud should 
b,
 used in their original str{\ngth, ,yithout being adult- 
erated 01' reduced. It is absolutel\T Ile('es
arY that they 
, <> <> 
should be pur0 and fresh, Inore particularly t hp oils of 
lelnon and ora nge, as ,,-hen not fresh and pur0 they par- 
take of the tlel VOl' of turpan tine, and are particularly 
unpleasant to the taste. 

lnall n1nkers "Tonld do ,,-ell to huy cal'cfulI
' froll1 a 
good house not Inorc than ,yould be used np in t,yO or 
three Ill11Jths, especially the t,,"O he fore 1l1cntioned. 
801118 oils on the contrary, in1lH'OYC by k0epillg slu'h as 
pcppernlÌD t and la YPIHler. _
ll e
senc:es and oils arc hest 
kept ,,-cll corked in a cool dark plaee. 


These oils heing po,,-erful, popula I' and exp011siyt', 
they are frequently adulterated. Crean1 of tartar and 
ta rtel ri ' acid on ae-onnt of the price is often iucrcas0ù, 
the foruler ,yith different cheap po,yùers. the latter 
usuall
T ,yith alunl. l\Iany p00ple fail ill the proecs 
tbrough no fault of their O'YU, but sÏlllply through th0ir 
bBing supplied ,yith inferior indregiell ts, it is thereforc 
of iUlportance. that colors and tlayors ::,hould he pur- 
ehalled at SOllle re
pectnhle hou:-;e 
 get list of oils' 
0xtracts and essences from Fletehcr l\Inf'g. Co. "yho art' 
Ll rge de:tler.3 in these goods. 
The colors prepared, consisting of seyeral ycry nice 
shades of yello,y and rcd, also l'ofì'ce bro,vl1, jctoline 



Bakers' and Confectione}.s' Tool:-; and Jlachinery "21 


black, dèul1son blue} and apple green; they arc in paste, 
ready for use, being yegetable, the

 are guaranteed 

trictly \\-holesonle, and Inay he used ,,-ith ('onfiden
e. 


W'RINKLES W'ORTH READING ON 
SUGAR BOILING. 


To make an acid drop to perfection, the pan Blust 
not only he clean hut bright: use hest ,,'hite sugar, and 
just enough ,,-ater to n101t it, ,yith a little extra 
reanl 
of tartar (no glucose) : boil on a sharp fire to 30Ö ; after 
passing through Ina
hine, \yell dust ,yith ieillg sugar 
and bottle. Bcginnprs should not try to 'york ".ith 
lp
s \yater, as the boil is nlore liable to grain, \yhich can 
h" seen by an expert and a\
oided. Before putting, on 
the boil see that there is suffieient fuel on the fUl'll,H'e 
to carry through the opera tion. To nUlke uv a fire during 
th3 process 
poils the color and quality. The sharppr the 
sugar is hoiled thp hetter the appe:lrancc and durahilHy. 
"ThpJl hoilin O' COlnn10n su o'nrs ha \Te the P all laro e 
1'""'''' b 
enough,-sollle thro,,- up a good deal of foanl ,,,hen they 
reach the boiling point and are liable to ttO\\T oycr ,yatch 
('losely, and if unahle to beat the fOall1 do\yn, lift the pan 
on !he side of the fire a fe\\- Jnillutes Ull til hoiled throngh. 
)[any "'ea k sugars burn on a (' len l' fire before they 
('0111(\ to a degree of c]'a
k. In this case 
prill kle a little 
fresh fuel 01' ashes over the tirp and l'cpla<:e thp pan 
again. Should it again c:ltch,l'epeat the operation nursing' 
it up to the desired deg]'(I(\. Bad hoiJing sugar is Yer
- 
tl'oublesolne. .L\ good plan is to Inake a rule of straining 


. 



22 j-Zetcher ...
[anllfacturing (}n., 'l'orontn. 


the h:ttch just a ft -I' it boils, through a ycry fine eoppcr 
W H\J or h:1 i l' 
cÏ\Te, this pre\Ten ts foreign Ina tte]' 
s'IL-h as gTit. S:1;'
 dust 01. eyen nails, ".hi
h i::; often 
lllixcd \\Tith the sugar getting into the good=5. !{eep 
thf\l'lnJl1leter ,yhcn not in n
o in jar of ,,-ater standing on 
tho furnace plate h
- the side of tho p
1n, "Tash out th0 jn]' 
and fill ,yith cold ""ilter every Inorning
 keep the the]'- 
nlOBlcter elean, cspccially tho top p1-rt. as th0 
lIgêlr 
,,'hich adhers to it heconle
 grainy, and Illig-ht 
poil a 
". hole boil. 1\ fte'r lllakillg' lun n Y. d
1rk (,
ll
d iC'
 thoro- 
ughly w'ash the' thernlUl1letcr h('fore putting into a light 
boil. 


III nsing ('OlOI'S for drop.:.; allcl 
le
u' goo

, usc thPl11 
in the forln of a p:l
te "There practicahle, thcn you Ci.1l 
Inix thelH in ,yhpn the hoil is on the sJab, thus s:lving 
YO
ll' P
ll); keep the éolor
 ctnnp ill jars, look oypr thclll 
evcry night, and, \yh(']'(3 neccssary, add a little cold ""atcr 
to keep thenl nloist. or the top nla
T get d]'
T and hard, 
"vhi
h ,,'ould luake' t
lC gooJs spel:ky. Use a scp:trate 
piB
C of stic-k for eaeh eolol' to rub in ,,'ith, and hc care- 
ful not to usc tOI Hluch eoJor 
 a \Tpry little goes a long 
,yay '\Tith clear boiled good:5. Goods aro Inorc often 
spoiled by using too nluch than too little 
 11101'0 C:lJl 
al "raY5 be added if the shades are too light, but there is 
rio rerned
r if you have added too Inuch. 'Vhell color- 
ing taffies, this Blust hc dOHe in the pan: liqllÏd colors 
are host 
 trouhle ,,,ill be sa \Ted if uscd in the foJJo,Ying- 
order. Suppose Ra
pherry, E\Tcrton and LCll10n taffies 
,\yerc ,yan ted, 111akc the LClnon taffy first, add saffron 



()andy J.1Jakers' Tool:-s and J[achineJ'.'/ 


oJ ') 
-'
 


just before the boil is ready, then the lomon, cHId pour 
out; Inake the E\Terton taffy next in the saIne ,yay, add 
the butter before the lenlon; then nlake the Raspberry. 
In this arrangelnent there is no necessity of steallling 
out the pan. Had the R
tspbel'ry taffy l?een made first, 
the pan \vould have to be cleaned out hefore the Lenlon 
or Everton taffy could ha ve been Inade, because it \vould 
have been red. 
l\Ieasure the flavors in a graduated glass: "Tash out 
the glass frequently, or it "Till get rancid; ,veigh the 
acid and see that it is "Tell ground: if it has become dry 
and lUIUpy, rub it do\vn to a po\vder \vith a rolling pin 
or heavy bottle on a sheet of paper before using. In 
using fruit essences a little po\vdered tartarie acid 
thro\ys up the fiavor, half the essenees "Till have a better 
effect. Put tho acid on tho boil after It has been poured 
on the slab in a little heap, and pour the essenco oyer it, 
then thoroughly incorporate the ,yholo. 
D se the best oil for the slab \yith a clean fiannol 
cloth ; 
eep the cloth in a saucer, if it lies about it falls 
on the floor and picks up dirt and carries it to the pour- 
illg plate. 'Vhon it gets hard or gritty burn it at once 
and, get a ne\v one, or it may be used by mistake and 
make a mess. 'Ve have seen the beauty of a hail spoilt 
scores of times by using dirty rags and rnn<:id oil. A 
sugar boiler cannot bo too careful in these JittJe details, 
th0 success of his ,york largely depends upon it. It i
 
easy to inaugurate a good system, and much 1110re conl- 
fortahle to "york to it than a slovenly" \vhat shall I do 


, 



24 Fletche}- .Jfa nuf"artUl"i ng (}o., Toronto. 


next" sort of n nlethod. KIlO"" "There to find anù put 
your hand on everything; ,,"hen the boil is hot there is 
no time to look for "That you require. "A place for 
eYer
'thing and e\"erything in its place" should be n 
practical feature in every boiling shop. 


STICKY CANDIES. 


Perhnps there is nothing nlore annoying to the 
. 
t!'acle than sticky boiled sugars. All clear goods ,r hen 
cxposed to the atmosphere \vill turn danlp, espc('ially 
in ,vet "Teather. It is a question ofdegrep, sOUle slightly 
and SOUle ,vill run ahnost to syrup: it is iInpossil,le to 
obviate the forIner but the In tter ean be preYCll ted. 
Great care should be used in adding the lo,ycring, 
"Thether creanl of tartar or glucose, too nluch of either 
"Till cau
e the goods to run inunediately after the,\T arc 
turned out. "\Ven k or in ferior sugars, or not suffi(:icll t 
hoiling, hns also this etfect. "r e know' of no rcliab]p 
!lgent ,,-hich ,,-ill altogether prevent this l'psult but ,,-c 
do kno,," that a careful arl'angen1en t of the diffel'cn t 
proportions
 using good sugar anù ""ell boiling grcatly 
lnitigate, if not altogether pre\"ent the gripynnee. 
GOJd
 intended for exposure should containjust suffìcient 
10\verillg to pre,"ent the boil frOll1 gTo,,-ing graill
" and 
boiled right up to the stnndard. Of course diffcrent 
sugars "Till earl'Y more or less lo,,"ering, but this cnn hp 
easily tested by the ,,-orkIl1an. A fp,,- expcrÍlncnts will 
deternline the exact q nan tity for each boil. There is 
no cx('usc for drops st ieking in bottles "Then corked, 



]/ruit Oil..;:) E..;senfial) Oil.
, Exfract.'i) Etc. :!5 


this should not occllr
 if it dops, the fault is in the n1nk- 
ing; the ,ya tel' has a great deal to do ,,-ith causing the 
candies to te stÍ<'ky. The \\
riter has experienced this. 
in seyeral country places, ,,-here the only supply of this 
indispcnsable ingredient 'YHS dnnYI1 fron1 the artesian 
,veIls. To look at it, it ,yas all tha t could be desil'ed- 
a beautiful, l'old, clear and ,yholesOlllc beverage. Of its. 
chenlical constituents I do not pretend to giYP an 
opinion, but the drops and other clear boils for ,,'hiéh it 
,yas used got d
Ul1p direetly after the
T ,,'ere exposed, 
anù ,\yould have run to a syrup had they not been 
coyered up. The good
 keep all fight in bottles, hu
 it 
s ver
'" annoyinp', not to speak of the injury and loss to 
a business, ,yhen this is thp positiJn ,Yith regard to the 
,,-;lter snpply. The only rClned
T ,ye could suggcst, (lud 
\yhich ,,"'as yerr slIccessful, ,yns po,Ydered burax. 'Ve 
used this in the proportion of a teaspoonful to eycry 
1-1lhs. of 
ugar adding it just as the sugar began to boil. 
BOl"êlX has heen found llseful ,rith any ,yatcr ,,,hen nlak- 
ing goods to he exposed in the ,yinùo\v 01' on the 
COUll tel's, such as taffies, rocks and clear boiled sugars 
generally. 'Vhcre thp supply of ,,-ater, as in n1o
t large 
to'YllS is suitablc, gi,"'cn good sugar, crcan1 of tartar or 
glucosc, in propel' proportions, and ('Hl'cflll hoiling' up to 
the standard, the addition of hOl'í1X is Hnn
ces
nr

 [lnd 
should only b
 resorted to uuder spc<:ial cil'cnn1stau<:es.. 


PLAIN TAFFY. 


14 lhs. '''hite Sugar. 
2 <punts 'Vntcr. 



 ouneo Crcanl Tartê1l'. 



26 l'
1 etchel. Jla rtll./acturing (}o., 1o}'onto. 


PHoCE
s.-This is an ensy and <.:apital recipe to ùe- 
gill ,rith. Tho process is practically the saBle as for all 
other clear goods, hut the ingredients being fe,yer there 
is little chance of their getting COlllplicatcd. 'Vith a 
thernlonlet
r it is hardly possible to nUlke a 11listake, 
besides it ,,
ill Blake the instruction l110re intelligible; 
should he not pos
ess this appliance, "vp 111Ust ask that 
the instructions" IIo"T to ùoil sugar 11 sh0uld ho COlll- 
nlitted to lnelnory, a
 it ,,,ould be tedious and a great 
'Yèlste of tÏlne and space to keep explaining hO"T to tell 
the different degrees through \yhich the 
ugar passes 
before it conles to the point required for the differcIJt 
goods giycn in this book. For this Hnd other rensons I 
,,,ill aSSlune the learner to be ,yorking \yith onc. 
Put the sugar and ,yater in a clenn pan, place it on 
the fire and stir it occa
ionall
T till melted; ,,,hen it 
COlnes to the boil add the crean] of tartar ê1nd put n lid 
on the pa n : allo,,1 it to boil in this ,yay for ten 111 in utes, 
renl0ye the lid and iUll1lerS0 the hottonl part of t h0 
therlnolneter in the boiling liq uid nnd allo,,, it to renl<tin 
in this position until it records 310 degrees, then quickly 
take out the thcrnlonleter, lift off the pan and pour con- 
tents into franlcs, tins, or on a pouring slab, ,,
hich JUl\'c 
been preyiously oilcd. If on a pouring slab, n1<1rk the 
boil into hal's or squares, "vhile ,yarnl, ,yith a knife or 
taffy eutter ; ,,
hell q uit0 cold it is ready for salc. 


LEMON TAFFY. 
14 Ibs. 'Yhite 
ug-ar. 2 qllart
 'Vater. 

 ounC3 CrealH Tartar. Lemon FIn yoring. 
Saffron Coloring. 



P ltl"e 1. "rail .Juices) ()olo) ".t.:, Efc. 


27 


PHocEss.-Pro<..:ced as directcd for plain taffy. 
'Vhen the sugar reaches 305 degrecs, add a fe,v drops 
of s
frron color 
 ,v hen it reaehes hI 0 degrees, ndù a fe". 
drops of oil of le111011 and pour out iInlncdiatcl
T into 
fran1es or tins 
 or if on pouring slab, mark out into bars 
or sqnares bcfore it gets cold. The pouring slab should 
be level so that the sheet should be all th0 sa111e 
thickncss. 


BUTTER SCOTCH. 


RIbs. \Vhite Sugar. 
1 lb. Fresh Butter. 
Len10n Flavoring. 
pJ{ocE
s.-)relt the sugar in the ,yater b
T an 
oL:L:asional stir ,,
hen thf' pan is on th0 fire, then add th(
 
cre un of tlrt
lr and boil up to 300, lift the pan on to thc 
side of the furnaL:e and add butter in Hn1all pieces brokcll 
off by the hand 
 slip the pan on the fire again, addiug' 
the len10n flayoring 
 let it boil through 
o that all thc 
butter is boiled in then pour into fnunes 
 ,,'hen partl
T 
eold n1ark ,vith eutter into sn1all squares; ,,-hen cold 
divide the squares 
 "
rap each in ,vax-paper 
 sold 
genprnlly in one ecn t packages. 
N.B.
There is good butter scotch and bettcr buttcr 
scotch, but no bad butter scoteh; this quality Inay be 
itnproved hy the addition of a large proportion of butter: 
SOlne lnakers "
ould put 
 Ibs. 01' e\Ten 3 Ib
. to thi
 
quantity, hut that ".ould be l'eg-ulated by the class of 
trade and the size squares. Thcsf' frnlnes arc 111ad0 to 
hold 1-1-1 sq ua rcs ; a boil this size \yilllnake each square 


ioz. Crealn of Tartar. 
1 quart "Tater. 



28 1
1Ietchel' ....l[a Jlufacturing Co,) To/'onto. 


\veigh nhout 1 oz., but any "Teight of sq nare nlay be 
arranged by the adding or dedueting frolH the boil. 


EVERTON TAFFY. 


1 
 Ibs. "Tllite Sugar. 
2 Ib
. Dark Sugar. 
:2 Ibs. Fresh Butter. 


} oz. Crf\Hlll of Tn rtar. 
2 quarts "rater. 
LClnon Flayoring. 


PRocERs.-:\Iel t the sugar in the ,,-ater, add the 
('reanl of tartar and boil the "Thole to the degree of 
300 ; lift the pan on the side of the fire put ill the hutter 
in snlall pieees, plaee the pan ag-nin on the fire and let 
it boil through; add the lemon and giye it tiIne to lni-x: 
in, then pour out eontents into frèune, or on pourillg 
plate to eut up into bars. Everton tnffy and butt0r 

eotch are sÏlnilar, except in color: salllC renlarks as to 
(1 uality \yill apply in both cases: if the fire i
 yery 
fierce, do not put the pan do,,'n flat on it after adding 
hutter ; 11 ur
e it gently to prf\yen t hurl1ing : little fresh 
coke shakpl1 O\T('r the fire \\Tould assist. 


RASPBERRY TAFFY. 


14 Ihs. 'Yhite Sugar. 

, oz. Cl'CtUll of Tartar. 
Raspberry Fla yore 
PHOCE

.-Bril1g the sugar and \yater to a boil, 
add the crealn of tartar, put on the lid for tpll Inip utes, 
then uncover and Îlnmerse the thel'lnOnletcr : continup 
to boil to 300 : tinge a bright red \yi tl1 )ifl uid, hl'illian t 
rose; add rasphcrry e:-ssen('e; pour out 011 frèl1ne or 
pouring plate and luark into hal's 01' squares of eon- 


2 quarts 'Yater. 
Brillia n t Rose. 



"If- 


J.'ine 1.1o'lCel' and Essence j1'Zaror.'i 


:!9 


venient size: ,,-hen eold the taffy is ready for packing 
and sale. 


FIG T AF-FY 


10 Ihs Good Yello,y Sugar. 3 Ibs Figs Chopped Fine. 
2 Ihs. Glucose. 3 pints 'Vater. 
PHOCEf'S.-Boil the sugar, ,,-ateI' and glueos(\ to a 
,,'eak cl'tlek, .
nã ; lift the pan partJ
y oft. the fire, putting- 
a piece of iron under it to prevent it hurning; add thp 
figs, gently letting the "yhole thoroughly boil through 
and 111ix; pour in oiled tins or on slab, and n1Hrk in to 
squares. 'Vhen adding the figs let thell1 drop through 
the fingers, not in a henp. 


'W ALNUT TAFFY. 


5 Ibs. Bro"'n Sugar. 
Ö I bs. Crystal Sugar. 
2
 Ihs. Glueose. 


3 Ihs. "
alnllts. 
2 quarts 'Vater. 
Len10n FIn yoring. 


PROCEs
.-Shell the ,,-alnuts, peel off the skin chop 
Y(\l'
y fine. Boil th(\ glucose, sugar and ,vater as bpfol'e 
directed to the degree of \\'eak erack, 300. Lift the pan 
a littJe frol11 the fire: add the pr(\pared nuts by letting 
thell1 run through the finger gentl,\p 
 let the ,,-hole hoil 
thruugh, then add a fe,y drops of the oil of lenloll : ,,-hell 
thol'o
lgh]
y lllixed in, pour out the hoil and lnark into 
h:lrs hefore too cold. The fin voris Ïln proveù by roast- 
ill
 the \\'ailluts a little before putting in the boil. 


PEANUT CANDY. 


Boil to the crack, 1 quart best New" Orlean-.; 

[olassc8, 1 lb. glucose and 1 quart ,yater. 



30 l
'letchel' Jia Ilufacluring (}OO) T'ol"onto. 


Prepare the nleats by ren10ving the thin reddish 
skin in ,,
hich they are enveloped and fill a tray to about 
the depth of an inch. Pour over then1 the hot candy 
prepared as directed, stirring the n1eats till each one is 
covered. A little less candy should be used than ,,-ill 
suffice to entirely coycr the Ineats, though each separate 
one should be covered, the object being to use just enough 
of the candy to cause the Ineats to adhere firmly to- 
gether, thus forn1ing a large cake, ,vhich ,,
hen nearly 
cold 111ay be divided into squares or bars ,vith a sharp 
knife. 
Ahnonds and other nuts ma
T be used in the saIne 
111anner above described. 


BARCELONA TAFFY. 


5 Ibs. Bro\\Tn Sugar. 
Ö lbs. Crystal Sugar. 
ß lbs. Barcelona Nuts. 


2 lbs. Glucose. 
i quarts 'Vater. 
Len10n Flavoring. 


Prep:1re the nuts by chopping thenl fine, boil the 
sugar, glucose and ,vater to the degree 300. Renlove 
the pan a little fro111 the fire add the nuts carefully; 
,vhen thoroughly boiled through and ctnlalganlated, add 
a fe,v drops of len10n and pour out contents into frame 
or on pourillg plate and Inark into bars. 


COCOANUT TAFFY. 


6 lbs. Granulated Sugar. 
2 lbs. Desiccated Cocoanut Un
"Teetened. 
4 lbs. Bro,vn Sugar. 3 pints "'Vater. 
2 lbso Glucose. LC1110n Flavoring. 



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PRocERK-l\lelt the sugars in the ,vater, bring it to 
the boil, aqd the glucose and continue to boil to the 
degree 300 ; lift the pan a little ,yay fro1l1 the fire; let 
the desiccated cocoanut run gently in the boil; continue 
to boil until the lot is ,veIl nlixed through; add [t fe'v 
drops of oil of Ie 111 011 and pour out in frennes; use the 
lenlon cautiously, too much spoils the ftayor. 


Fig. 14. 
Cocoanut Slicer and Shredder. 


L\IPROVED STEEL GRATER. 
Pat. Aug-. 30, lS8ì. 
No. 2 we claim to be the best Hand Made 
fachine in the 
l\Iarket. It is easiIy adjusted for cutting. slicing or grating, the 
several plates requiring but a moment to adjust to the shaft. It is 
the only machine having an outside adjustment. 
No. 2 l\Iachine, Slicer and Shredder...... . . . . . . . $20 00 
Grater for same. . . . . . . . . .. '" . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 3 00 



B:! ,F'lefcheJ" J[a}lufacfzu"ing (}o.) T'o,"oufo. 


COCOANUT TAFFY OR STICK JAVV. 


6 lbs. Granulated 
ugar. '2 ibs. Glucose. 
4 Ib8. BrO'Yll sugar. 4 Large Coeoanut
 She-ed. 
;) pints 'Vater. 
PJ{ocE

.-Boil..to craek ;110 by the thernlolneter, 
, 
the sugar, glucose and ,yater; ha\Te the eocoanut fl'e
hlr 
peeled and slieed rcady; raise the pan t,yO or three 
inches fr0111 the fire. 
lidc in the nut stirrin o ' (I'ently 
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,yith spatllla to keep then1 oft. the bottonl till ,ycll builed 
through, then pour out in tins or 1'r,11nes. 
N.B.-
tir gPlltly only the Ol1e \yayor YOll 111ay 
go!' .in the boil. 
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l'ig. 13. 
Citron and Orange Peel Slicing Machine. 
This is a useful :Thlachine for Slicing 
Peel in thin and regular pieces for the 
tops of :Thladeria Cakes, etc. 
It is also made double-action i.e.- 
,vith both Slicing and Shredding 
ICnives, the latter being used to shred 
or grate C0coanut, etc., very fine. 
Price, $13 00 



 


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New Almond Grater. 


QIle of the Best 
Almond Graters ill 
the 
Iarket. 



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EGGS AND BACON. 


10 Ib8. 'Vhite Sugar. 

11bs. Glucose. 
n pints \Vater. 


1 lb. Nonpareils. 
1 Cocoanut. 
Brilliant Rose Colorillg". 
L,; 


PHOCESR.-Cut a large cocoanut into slices, dry thcnl 
and Ll
Y thelll on the pouring plnte in ro\ys about half all 
inch ap:trt 
 sprinkle bet\yeen then1 thicklr sonH
 nOll- 
pareil of various colors (hundreds and thousands). Boil 
to crack the sUg"êlr, glucos0 and "'ateI' 
 tinge ,,"ith 
brillLul t rose, and carefully and evenly pour the COll- 
tents oyer the pouring plate, disturbing the nut and 
nonpareil as little as possible. A good plan is to haye a 
SIna II sha llo,v ladle ,,-ith an open spou t, in to \y hieh POUI' 
a little of the boil, run over the plate a sJllall st)'e
l1n 
frOB1 the ladle first, this ,,'ill hind the nut, etc., and keep 
thCll1 in their places ". hil0 the bulk is heing pour0d on t. 


ALMOND HARDBAKE. 


10 Ibs. Good Bro,vn Sugar. H Ibs. Ahnonùs. 
2 Ibs. Glucose. ;3 pints ,vater. 
Lelnon Fla vOl'ing if desired. 
PJ:ocE
s.-Split ,vith a sharp knife the ahnonds, IH
' 
thenl face do,vn,vards on an oiled plate, co,'er the pIa tc 
a
 C'losely as possible: boil thE: glucose, sugar {lnd 
,,-ateI' to the crack n05; l'elllOVf' the pan fronl the firc, 
anù pour the C'ontcnts carefulI
' and e'Tenl
' oycr t)Jl
 
ahl1011ds
 the addition of a little leJnOll 01' ahnond tia '-01'- 
ing ,,-ill ilnpl'o\Te it. 
N. B.o-See l'clnal'k:-; l'c-Iadle in pl'e,"ious l'ccipp. 



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ALMOND ROCK', 


10 Ills. Bro,,-u 
u
;ar. G lhs. S".cc
 AhnoIHI:-,. 
'- 
2 lhs. Gl11éOsC. 

 pints "
Tater. 
pl{o(,EB
.--r:lcHn your ahnunds b
. blo\\ iug out all the 
dust and grit, pick out thc shcll
, dissol\Tc the sngar ,,-atcr 
and gluéosc: hoil the lot np to eraek; ponr the ('on tf\nts 
on oilcd plate. 
prinkl(' the ahnond all oycr the boil, 
shake o\
er the lot n fe,y drops of oil of l('n10n; turll up 
the cdg'es first, then the ,,-hoI0 boil: lnix and kncad it 
'- 
likp dough nn til all the ahnonds a rp "-f'II I nixed in; no 
tiInf\ lnn
t be lost ill this proeess 01' the sngar ,,-ill gct 
too hard; ,,-hCll firlH Blake a long roll of the cntire hoil, 
place it on a hard ,yooel board, êtl1d cut it nI> into thin 
sliccs: it ".ill haye to he kcpt in shape ,yhil(' cutting, hy 
turning oyer and prossing thp sides a
 it h3colnes fl:\ t ; 
a 
peciallcP'gc sharp knifc is used for this purposc. _\ 
slllaller hoil than tlH> abo\
e had bettcr he tl'ipd hy hc
?,'Ïn- 
, '- 
ncr
, say hal f the q nnn tity. TlJis call be dOlle by hal ying 
the ingredients. Xcedless to stat0 thesc rcnlHrks aJ1pl
. 
to other recipes. 


FRENCH ALMOND ROCK 


12 lhs. 'Vhite Sugar. (j Ih8. 
\\-eet Blanched AhnOIl(b. 
3 U)s. Glucose. 4: pin ts ".a tor. 
PUOCE!'
,-ßoi1 the sugar, ,,-n tel' and gl lléOSC III 
the usual ".ay to the degree of ,,-eak craek, no;) 
by the thcrnlOll1ptel', th0ll case the pa II a littlp 
,,-ny oft' thp fire, [.nd let thp ahnonds gently slide 
illtO the Ulass. Use the spatula a little jll
t to 



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kpep tlH'\ allnonds fron1 sticking' to the hotton1, 
stirring lightly onl
r the one ,,-ay, then ,,-atch the hoil 
carefnlly till it tllrllS a lig'ht golden color; lift oft' the pan 
and pour the contents into thp [nunes. Thc ahnon<.l ,,-ill 
('Olne to the top hettcr in tins than in pnal'ing plates. 
()f eour
e a hettf\r (IUality is I1lad0 hy allding JllOre 
altnond
, 01' "ice ,-el'sa. The ahnond after being 
hlanched should be sprf\ad on a tin and dried, eithpr on 
the stOYC top 01' in the oyen. 


RASPBERRY CANDY. 


I:! Ihs. ,Yhitc SngHt'. :! quarts \yater. 
ß lbs. Raspberry .J ,un. Bl'illian t Rosc Coloring. 
PRocE:,s,-.l\Ielt the sugar in ,,-ater, and Loil 
to h.lll 2
)O; 
llid th0 ra
phcrry jarIl, and stir 
it \yell in; l'CnlO\Te the p
ln frolll the fire, add 
snfti<,ient l'oloring to lllake bright raspberry; I'uh 
1>art of the Jl1ixture ,rith spatnla against 
ide of 
pan until it ehanges a heavy opaque, then stir 
the \\- hole nlass un til Ilnifol'ln. PonI' the con ten ts caI'e- 
full
r on a sLtb, cO\Tel'eJ \\Tith g1'0:H2d p.1p8r; Jllake thp 
sheet ahout 
 inch thick, JnaJ'k in to hal's ,,,ith a 
hêlr}J 
knifp-, and brcak up ,yhp11 cold. 


APRICOT CANDY. 


G Ihs. "rhitc Sugar. 
 pints \\ïlÌC'l'. 
:! lbs. 
\ prieot JaJu or Pulp. Saffron Coloring'. 
pl{ocE

.-)lelt thp sugar ill the \\Tatf\!' and boil to 
ball, 2
)O, add the jan1 01' pu I p. Stir ,,'e11 un til thoroughly 
InixC'd in, relllO\Te the pan, rub part of the l'ontcnts 



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against th0 
idc of the pan ,,-ith spatulel uutil 
loudy anù 
opaq ue; color ,yith saffron a brig'h t ye]} 0"., then stir the 
\yhole togC'th('l' un til 111lifol'll1 (' londy; pour out in fnHne
 
01' on slab l:o\
crcd \rith oiled papcr. ..:-\ }>inéh of 
tartaric a
id \yould illlprOYC the thl\TOl', hut of tell pI'e- 
yent C'andying, unless in the h:lnds of an expl'I't. In any 
C':!se the acid shonll
 he added in a fine po\Yder êiftc)' th
 
\,- hole has heen thorongh] y grained. .A pallette knifc is 
:1 ,.cry useful knife for l'ubbin o ' the suo'ar (lo'ainst tlH' 
( . t"' M b ' 
sidc
 of the pan. 


BROWN COCOANUT CANDY 


14 Ibs. Bro"'ll 
ugar. ß pints ,yater. 
G large Cocoanuts 
liced. 
PRocE

.-l\lelt the sugar in thc \yater, and boil tù 
d
gTee of ball, then add the sliced cocoanut, stir thelli in 
1\
n10YC the pan fron1 the fire and rub the sugar against 
the side of the pan until it beCOlTIeS cloudy stir the ,,,hole 
tog
thpr until the ,yhole becollles 
lónd

 and thick; turn 
out the batch into tins or on blabs; mark ".ith a sharp 
knifeintosqllarcsor bars. 'Vhell ('old hreak it np nt 
EIèll'ks. Prepare th0 l'O
OHnuts by cutting thcn1 np into 
thin sli('es \yith a spokcshayc or nutehiue. 'fhC' bro,\"n 
skill is seldon1 skinu0d off for this ùaI'k cand
T. 


"WHITE COCOANUT CANDY 
1-1 Ibs. 'Vhite Sugar. ß pints "Tatcr. 
Ü L'lrge Cocoanuts Pecled and 
liced. 
PnocE

.-PCc] off all the hl"o,,-n skin frolli the nllt
 
\\'it:l a sharp knife : "-a
h thcln and cut into thin slices. 



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::\fclt the sugar in the \yater and hoil to h
tll 2;-)0, add thc 

li(:ed nuts, keeping the boil ,veIl stired. "\Vhen thorough- 
I
T 111ixed, rel110ye the pan frolH the fire nnd COlnn1ence to 
g'rain \\.ith pallette knife or spatula until tlH'\ \vhole I1UtSR 
turns an opaque ,,,hite. NO\\T turn out thp hatl'h into 
fralnes, or on the slab, \yhich has been eovered \"ith 
paper; mark into convenient sized bars, hreak up \"hen 

ct hard. 


CHOCOLATE COCOANUT CANDY. 


10 Ihs. BrO\"ll Sugar. 
1 lb. Purc Dlock Cocoa 


4 Coeoanuts shreddcd. 
n pints \yater. 


PROCE

.- \Yhen eraeking the nuts, do ::;0 over a 
hasin and savc all the Inilk: pe
l all hrO\Yll skin oft 
and eut the nut into fine shrpds ,yith ulèll'hinc 
 dissolve 
thp sugar in thp P:Ul \"ith the ,vater and cocoanut nlÍlk, 
hoil up to ball, remove the pan a littl0 oft' the firp. then 
add the nut together ,vith the pure block cocoa, stir 
the ,,,hole together, grain on side of pan as before dil'- 
c0ted. Stir the ,,,h01p ,yell np and tnrn ont into frnu1es 
0)' on pouring pIa tes. 

. B.-The pnre cocoa should haye becn prcviously 
Inelted in a sanecpan or chopped up in Slllall pieces. 
In the latter ('ase there is less \yasto, :\11<.1 the heat 
of the sugar "
onld soon mel tit. 


FRUIT CANDY. 
7 I bs. \Vhite or BrO\Vll Sugar. 
 lh. 
\Yeet .. \hnonds. 
1 lb. Currants elenned and dried. 2 pillt
 \yatcr. 
.1, lb. Sultanas. 
atrron Coloring'. 



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PJ:oC.E

.-)Iix together the fruits, ,,'hi<.:h should 
11:1 vc been freed frolll grit and dust 
 boil the sugar and 
"(ltCI' to the degrec of bn]I. 2
O; relll0ye the pan frolll 
th
 fire 
 gently grain the boil hy rubbing [1 Jittle of the 
syrup against the side of the pan un til (' londy, then 
slide in the fruit and stir the \yhole together, adding a 
Ii ttJe saffron to eolo1" a brig']] t yeJIo,y. 
ec tha t the 
Jnass has changed to an opaque, thcn turn the lot out 
into [reunes or on n poul'ing sInh. 


CANDIES, V ARIODS. 


Fri.lits green, dried or preserved, ahnoncls and 
nut:-5 uf ahn03t cyery dcs('ription, as ,,-cll :lS 11ayors al.d 
colors of a pleasant taste and }.Jl'ctty hU0 lllèlY bc lltcd 
in In
l king eandies. The pl'O('CSS is exact l
- the 8èl n1(' 
 
the ingredients can be arranged to suit th0 faney of the 
Inaker an( 1 the pa]a tC' of his (' us tonlcrs. The fi
] d to 
seleet variety fron1 s
cn1S inexha ustablc, 60 tha t 11e,,' 
goods of this elass should he in trod ucC'd ad. lih. No 
good purpose conId be servcd by gi \-ing a pl'o('esf'ion of 
these si1nple insrrnctions, ,,-hen ,,'ith littl0 thought êllHI 
judgnlent anyone could invent a ne,," eandr for t11C]11- 
seh'es. It lnight be as ,yell to add that a littlc gIul'ose 
ur erealn of tartar added ,yill nlak0 the candie::; softer, 
èUHlln
y be used, if prpferrcd, in eneh fOl'lnllla in the 
proportion of 2 ]1>.s. of glueosc or a tensrOOl1fll] of c'reêun 
t:ll'tar to eycry 1 I) lb:-;. of sug:lr. 



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ROLLER PATTERNS. 


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1 TOlll Tluunb Drop. . . . . . lOCO 
2 Currant Drop.......... 8-10 
R Acid Drop....... .. 5CÚ 
.J- SOtÚ' Ball. . . .. .. .. 2;-)0 
:) Sour Ball. .... " 0 . . .. 1S0 
G F is 11 .. ............... 2110 
7 F i!' h . . .. 0....... 0 . . . " 1;:;0 
H Fish. . . . .. .... 1:20 
n F i s 11. . . . .. ........... 1,0 
10 Fish. .. . . o. .. .. . . .. .. . . 40 
11 StraW1JelTY 0..0......... 200 
12 Raspherry...... . . . . . . .. 20J 
15 Shell. . . .. ............. 2( I) 


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IG :Thlotto Lump........... 200 
17 :Thlotto Lulnp........... .1211 
1
 :\[otto LUIUP 0 . . .. .,. .. 80 
27 Seal Cough. ............2011 
28 'VafRe ........ ... .... 180 
3
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. . . .. ......... 35 
ß7 Heart and Ha1'<1 . .. . .100 
a8 Acorn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2ûfl 
t2 Batton. . . . .. .. .. ......200 
;>3 Cou
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51 Polka.: ...... 200 
55 HiRe..... .... ........ ....150 
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BARLEY SUGAR DROPS. 


! oz. Oil Lemon. 
Saffron Coloring. 
4 pints ,yater. 
PROCERS.-Put the 
ugar and ,vater in a pan, place 
it on the fire, giving it an occasional stir until the 
sugar is dissolved, then add the glucose, or 1 oz. creêun 
of tartar-either ,,,ill do, but do not use both-place 
the cover on. the pan and lct it boil for tcn Ininutes or 
so, (the cover is put on to stea 111 the sides of the pan 
and keep it clean and frce fr0l11 granulation) 
 take oft' 
the cover and put in the thCfl1l0111cter, inllnersing the 
bottoln part in the boiling liq uid. l
et the ,,,hole boil 
until it rcac:hes the degree of {'J'aek, BOO 
 tinge \yith 
saffron, thell pour the contents on pourillg plate, ,,,hich 
has been IH'eviously oiled; sprinkle a fe"
 drops of oil 
of lenlo11 o\
er it, turn the edges as it begins to cool: 
then turn it over, knead it up as soon as rou can handle 
it 
 if it is on a cool slab you nlllst be pretty smart 01' it 
,,-ill get too hard. _-\s soon as it gets stiff enoug-h cut 
oft'snlall convenient pieccs and pass through the barle
- 
sugar Inachille : ,,,hen cool brcak up, giYC then1 a good 
shake in êl rough I-;eive to free thcn1 fr0l11 any Inachinc 
scraps; the drops are then ready for bottling. Po,,-dcred 
sugar is not usually Inixed ,,-ith thcse drops. 


1-l1bs. 'Vhite Sugar. 
3 Ibs. G Incase. 


PEAR DROPS. 


14 lbs. 'Vhite Sugar. 
3 Ibs Glucose. 
1 oz, Essence of Pear. 


1 oz. Tartaric: Acid. 
2 quarts ,vater. 
Paste: Rcd Color. 



])lU.P Fruit Jltice:'í, (Yolor...., Etc. 


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PHocEs
.-DissoIYe the sugar in the ,yater, add the 
o'lueose and brin 0- thp ,yhole to the deoTee of crack 
t", h 0' 
pour the contents on the slah, rub in a little red paste 
color in one corner of the boil to color light pink, tUI'll 
up the edges, add the po,Ydered acid in a little heap, 
pour O\Ter the acid the pear essence and thoroughly 
mix through the entire n1ass by kneading: ,yhen the 
b:ltch is stiff enough ('ut off in slllall pieces and pass 
through the pear drop rollers; "hen ('old 
ift and nlÌx 
some i<'ing sngar anlongst theIn, and bottle. 


RASPBERRY DROPS. 


14 ibs. 'Vhite Sugar. 
2 quarts "
ater. 
nIbs. n Iucose. 



 oz. Essence of Raspberry. 
1 oz. Tê.rtaric. 
Coloring, Brilliant Rose. 


PRoCEss.-l\Ielt the sugar in the ,yater, add the 
gl ncose and boil the ,vhole up to ('rack; pour ont the 
h8il on a cold slab, rub in a little of the cherry paste to 
('0101', turll up the edges, put in the po,vdered acid in n 
little heap, pour over the acid the raspherry flavoring 
and knend up the batch till thoroughly 111ixed nnd fit 
for the machine. Cut off in pieees and pass through 
the raspherry roIlers; sift, dust and bottle ,,,hen ('old. 


ALMOND TABLETS. 


14 lbs. Bro,vll 
ugar. 2 Ibs. Ahllonds, Chopped. 
ß lb
 Ulul:ose. 4 pints "
nter. 
Lemon Flavoring. 
PRocE

.-Boi] the sugar, glucose and ,vater, as 
dirc(.ted, to the degree of erae k; pour the boil on oiled 


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f'act it i'; ng (}o., Toronto. 


plate, sprinkle the ahnond oyer it \vith a fo,,- drops of 
oil of lenIon, knead the ,,-hole together till stift
 C'llt off 
:-;n1:111 pieces and pas
 through ta blet roll
r:,;. 


PINE APPLE DROPS. 


14 Ib
. 'Vhite Sugar. 1 oz. Tartaric Aeid. 
3 Ibs. Glucose. 8affron Coloring. 
4: pin ts ',-ateI'. 1 oz. Essence Pine Apple. 
PHocE

.-Boil the sugar, glucose and ,,-ateI', as 
before directed, to the degree of cl'aek ;
 1 (); add to the 
boil saffron paste after it has been poured on the slah; 
\"hen on the slab put in the acid and essence of pine- 
apple; knead the ,,-hole tog-ether; ,,-hen stiff enough, 
cut off in piJces and p \S"5 throug'h the pilleapplp roll. 


COCOAf'1UT TABLETS. 


11 Ibs. 'Vhite Sugar. 
H lbs. Glucose. 


lIb. Des ieen tpd Co
oan II t. 
1 pin ts ,,-a ter. 


PROCES
.-Eoil the sugar, ,,,atpr and glu<:ose to thp 
degree of <:rack; pOllr on slab and sprinkle the de
ic- 
cn,ted COCO:1Jlut over the boil, tia yor ,,-ith le1no11, mix up 
and pass through tn blet rollers. 


ACID DROPS AND TABLETS. 


l-1lbs. Best 'Yhite 
u
'nr. 4 l)iJlts ,vater. 

 oz. Cronlll of Tartar. -! oz. Tarta ric _\.cid. 
LClllon Flayorillg. 
PHOCE

.-Put the sugar ê\nd ,yater in <:lean hright 
pan and hring to the boil, add crean} of tartar. place 
the lid on the p:lll and boil for ten Ininlltes ; renlOye the 



l.'ine /''lolreJ" and E.'\sence 1//((1"01..'; 


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eoyer and put in thC'l'n101neter, boiling on a 
harp fire 
to the degree of er
H'k: pOll]' out at once on clean, 
greased slah: \\'hell (:001 enough, turn up at thC' edþ,'es 
and fold the boi1 oyer, then add the acid ,vhich has been 
finally po,vdered, together ,,
ith a fe,,, drops of lelnon; 
knead up thp ,vhole until stiff alld pass through drop or 
ta blet rollers; break up \"hen cold, and dust ,,,ith 
po\vderecl sugar, ,yeigh and uottle. 
X.B.-\Ye 111eêUl the tern1 ",,
hite sugar" to include 
loaf. dntl"h erush, granulated or erystal : any uf these of 
p:ooJ quality ,yill ans,vel' the purpo
e. 


BROVVN COUGH DROPS. 


l-1lhs. Bro\\yn Sugar. 
ß ibs. Glucose. 
ß oz. ....\eiù T'a rtari
. 

 oz. ()il 
\lliseeù. 


1 oz. Oil CloYe
. 
1 oz. Oil Peppern1in t. 
=! oz. Ilerb IIorehoul
d. 
f> pints 'Yater. 


PROCE

.-First boil the herb horehound III the 
,vater ten lTIinutps, then strain: add the liquor to the 
sugar and the glucose, and boil as for other drops to 
<..:raek n 10 : pour on oi1ed slab: turn up the edges and 
fold in the boi1, then put the tartaric acid in a littlt\ 
heap on .the boil, and pour O\Ter it the aniseed, clo\'e and 
pCl'pel' 111 in t, knead up the ,yhole, thoroughly Inixing the 
fta \Tors until stiff enough to p:\
S through Inachin 0 
cough drop ro] lel'
. 
X.B.-The hro\YIl sugar should hp uf good boiling- 
quality. 



44 1 1 '/ etcher JIa J1ulacf lu'i ng (}o., rrOI'Outo. 


LIGHT COUGH DROPS. 


l-llbs. 'Y11ite Sugar. 
ß lbs. Glucose. 
3 oz. Acid Tartaric. 



 oz. Cough Drop Essence. 
} oz. Oil Aniseed. 
J pints 'Vater. 


PHoCE
s.-Boil the sugar, glucose and ,yater as 
hefore directed to the degree of crat"k, 310; pour on 
greased slab; first turn up boil, then ndd po,,
dered acid, 
t"ough drop esscnce and oil of aniseed; Inix thoroughly 
un til ready for n1aehine, and pass through cough drop 
rollers; break up; sift, and dust ,yith po,vdrrcd sugar. 
N.B.- ,yo e haye alnlost said enough about plain 
111íu.:hine drops; they are a II practically Inadp alike, 
the ("0101', Ha VOl' and shape alone differing. See {)u}" list 
for (' Jlo/.,r;: and.fllll'or,,:. ('((ndy JJl((('hines and rollers.. 


TAR COUGH DROPS. 


1 oz. Dried Rose Leë1yes boil in 1 gallon ,yater 
to half a g'nllon, strain and n1ix \yith 10 pounds 
ugar, 
21 pounds (i] Heose and 1 oz. strninf\d Tar, boil to the 
crack and finish as for othcr drops. 


IMITATION CHOCOLATE STICKS. 


8 lbs. 'Y11Ïte Sugar. 
2 lbs. Glucose. 
\Tanilla Flayoring. 
PHocEs
.-Place the pan ("ontaining the sugar and 
,,-ateI' on the fire, 
tir in the glucose and bring the lot 
to the degree of ,,-eak crack, 300 ; pour on the slab, 
turn np the edges, fol(1 over the boil, and add the acid 
and \'anilla; ,,,hen thoroughly mixed and stiff enough 


;
 pints 'Vater. 
1 oz. Tartarie ...\cid. 



F'l"eezel..
, Packing Can.
, Refl"igel"atol"
, Etc. ..J/j 


to handle, then pull over the hook un til gloss

 ,y hite : 
relnOye it to thp slab, and roU in to rods about ha If nn 
in
h thick: "rhen cold snip off into short equnl lc)'gth:--; 
and dip theln into IncItcd chocolate paste, compo
cd of 

 lb. purc block cocoa, 
 lb. ground sugar nnd ß oz. lard 
01' eocoa buttcr (no ,yatel'). 1tIelt thcse ingredients in a 
\
cssel by standing it on thc hot furnace plate (not tco 
near the fire) stir until all is dissolyednndincorporatcd, 
then dip sticks in this 
nixturc singly, taking then1 out 
in1111ediately and laying theln on ,,,ire fralnes to dr

. 


CHOCOLATE COCOANUT STICKS. 


8 lbs. \Y11ite Sugar. 
2 1 bs. Glucose. 
Des icca ted Cocoan u t. 
PHocE
s.-Bo.i.l the 
ugar, \yatcr clud glllCO
C as 
directed to degree of "
eak crack, 300; pour on oiled slab: 
cut oft one third for pulling: add to the othpr t\yo-thirds 
the pure cocon and Inix it in: pull the sn1aller piece oycr 
the hook until ,yhitc and glossy
 spread out the :-;oIid 
sugar nnd lny the pulled in the celltrp casing it round 
(\\
enly then roll into stieks 1 inch thick; ,yhen L:old, snip 
oft' into lengths Inake a thin solution of gunl 01' gelatinp, 
"ret the surfacc of each stil'k, anclroll in desicTated co<:oa 
nut: ,yþen dry they arc ready for sale. 


:1 pints 'Yater. 
4 oz. Pure Cocoanut. 


ACID STICKS. 
Clear ,,,hite. 
1 0 Ib
. \Vhitc 
ugar. 
 oz. CreatH of Tartar. 

 oz. Tartaric Acid. i.) pin t
 ,ya tel'. 
l.Æ1110n Flu \
oriJlg. 



-J(j 1-'/ etcheJo J/a lllltact uring (Y()., T'()Joouf(). 


PHOCE
S.-Put thp sngar and ,yatcr in a élcan hright 
pan, add the ereèun of tnrtar and hail np sharply [0 a 
\yeak craek, i300; pour the batch on oiJcd 
lab 
 turn in 
the edges, fold the boil o\
er, then put in po,ydercd acid 
,,,ith a fe,y drops of le1110n 
 kncad the ,yhole together, 
"
orking ono end do\yn to n point 
 dra ,y it out the 
l'cquirpd thil:kncss, thp full Ipl1gth of the plate, ('ut it 
off, thcn do another length likc\"ise, repeating the opera- 
tion Ùntil the hoil is ,yorked up 
 keep thp first piece in 
shape by occasionn lly rolling tlienl ,ybile the renlninder 
of the boil is hcing pulled out and shaped. 'Yhen the 
boil is finished, and the sticks cold, sllip thenl oft' ill 
lengths ,,,ith scissors. ..A.11 assista11 t is yery useful to 
keep thp sticks in I1lotion ".hile the boil is being ".orked 
up or they nlar heconle fiat. 


PEPPERMINT STICKS. 


D
lrk brO\YI1 \"ith light stripes. 
RIbs. BrO\Yll 8ugnr. 3 pints 'Vater. 
2 lbs. (}lllcose. Peppernlint Flayol'ing. 
PI:OcEs
.-Bl'ing the sugar, glucose and ""ateI' to 
the degree of l'rack in the usual ,,-ay 
 pour tho batch 
on the slab 
 ,york in the fia yors 
 cut off a picce about 
1 
 pounds fronl the boil and pull it oyer hook until 
li
'ht and satiny, then roll the pullcd sugar out into a 
long stick, cut it into six pie('os of p(luallength and la
? 
thcrn on the solid boil long,,'ars and equal distances 
ap:lrt, then roll the boil into shape, bring dO\Yll one end 
to a point 
 pull out into eOllyeJlicnt lengths, t\yisting 



Soda F'Oll Jlf.
) Oeneratnrs) (}yl inder.'i) Etc. 47 


thelTI so tha t the stripes fornl a pretty spiral ronnd the 
stic k. 
:X.B.-For the stripes in this case, \vhite sugar is 
oftpn used and looks In uch hettel', hut to do 
o t,YO pans 
are necessRry, one Inay be a :;lunll saucepan to_boil t".o 
pounds. The \v hite sugar is 110iled separa tely in the 
ordinary \Ya
\', othpr\Yise, process, \"ould te fxnc1Jy ns 
descrihed. 


LEMON STICKS. 


Pulled yello\y 
en tre \yith 
Tello"
 case. 

 lbs. 'Yhitp Sugar. a pints 'Vater. 
=! lbs Olucose. Lenlon Essenee. 
Yello,v Paste Color. 


PHOCE:--.:-o:.-Boil the sug-ar, glucose and \yater to a 
\yeak crack 
 pour the hatch on oiled slab; \vork in color 
and fhtyor; cut oft' one-third Hnd pull over the hook 
until of a bright yello\y satiny appearancp 
 relnO\Te it 
fronl the hook: spread out the plain sngar and lay the 
pulled in the centre 
 case it nicely all round \yith solid, 
thon con11nenl:0 to roll; bring one pnd do,,'u to req uired 
thil:kness; pull out into sticks as long as convenient, 
"hen cold snip in to lengths required. 


ORANGE STICKS. 


Pulled \yhite body \\Tith one broad red and t".o 
nal'1'O". orangp stripes. 
8 Its. "rhite f'ug'al'. 
c 
2 11>s. Glucose. 
3 pin ts "rater. 


Iled Coloring-. 
Oil of Orang-po 
Tartaric .A,éid. 



-/8 j'?efchel o JJlanl
facfllring (}Oo, 1'nJ'onfo. 


PHOCE

.-Boil the sugar, glucose and ,,-ateI' to the 
,,-eak crack, 300 : pour b3teh on 
lab : cut oft about onc- 
third of the boil: diyide thi
 into t,,,o picees 
 color OI1C- 
P_l1't a deep red and the other a deep orange: Inix in the 
<':0101'3 q uic kly and stand thell1 aside 011 a piece of ,,'ood 
in a ,varn1 place till ,vanted; no,y put the acid and 
tl:tvoring into the larger portion of the boil and pull 
over the hook until ,,,hite and sponge
'" 
 ren10ye it to the 
slab, then take thA piece of rcd sugar and dra,y it out 
about 1
 inches long and 2! inches ,yide; lay it do\"n 
the centre of the pulled sugar, then take the picce of 
orange sugar and pull it out about;
 feet, half the thick- 
Hess of the red, cut ill t,YO and place one on each side of 
the red, about t\'"O inches from it, roll, t,yist and pull 
out the recognized thiekness ; ,vhen cold, snip in lengths. 


CINNAMON STICKS. 


Clear pink body ,yith four IHUTO'Y ,yhite stripes. 


6 lbs. 'Vhite Sugar. 
2 I hs. (i-ltH.:ose. 
Cinnamon Flavor. 


3 pints ,yater. 
Chcrry Paste Color. 


PROCE
R.-Bl'illg the sugar, glucose and 'yater tu 
the crack and pour out; cut off piel:e and pull it ,yhite : 
color thc hody light pink, add the ftayor, prcpare the 
four stripes as before directed, lay then1 on thc cl
ar 
sugar, equal distance apart, roll out in lengths and snip 
oft' ,,-hen eold. 



Bakel'''' and COllfeetioners' 7'uo18 and J[achinery ./-9 


CLOVE STICKS. 
Ahnost tranSpal'Cll t \"ith a tinge of red, striped \yith 
\yhite and red st ripes alternately. 
K lbs. Rugal'. ;3 pints 'yater. 
=! lbs. raucose. Cherry Pastc Color. 
Oil of Cloyes. 
PnocE:-::-;.-Boil thc 
ngar, glucosc and \yatcr to 
nOD; pour on th0 oiled 
lab; cut oft' slnall portion, 
divide It into t'ro, color one deep rcd, lJuH hath 
tripes 
and lay thcu1 altcrnately on the solid sugar, for 111 the 
boil ill to a roll, hring dO\\-ll one end, usually tIre left 
encl, to a point; pull out in long long ths and t\\'Ïf.;t: 
\\'hcn cold snip ",ith séis
ors to size. 


RASPBERRY STICKS. 


Pu]lcd ,,'hite centre, ('(lsed ,yith rcd and striped \"jlh 
six IUllTO,y \y hite stripes. 
8 Ib8. 'Yl1ite SUg
ll' H pin ts \\-n tcr. 
':! lhs. n lncosc. Chcrry Red Pa
te Color. 
Raspbcrry E...;scnec. 
PnocE:---s.-Boil the 
ugar, glucosc find ,,-ateI' to 
('rack ;
OO: pour t he hatch OIl pl
ltc: cut in half Hnd 
color onc h:tlf red, thcn flavor hath halycs ,,,ith C

C]H.:e, 

 l'a
pberry and a little tartaric acid) ; pull onc half oycr 
the hook and ('ut oft' onc third of it and lny it aside': 
pu t tl10 otller t".o thirds ill the ccn tre of the red 
olid 
sngar alld case it ilround; no,,- la,
 the rCluaining pic(:(:- 
of pulled sugar ill six lcngths of eq ual thh.:kncss and 
distances apart on the top of the cased boil: roll out 
the hall to the required thickncss, t,yist and snip ofr 
into lcngth
 \yhen cold. 



.'}o ]?letclzer J/anu.facturing (}o') T'oronto. 


T\lVISTED BARLEY SUGAR STICKS. 
IIand lUnde. 



 lb..,. 'Vhite Sug'ar. 
l. 
2 lhs. (}lu
os{\. 


iJ pints ,,'ater. 
Len10n FIn yoring. 

affl'on Color. 


PHOCE:-,
.-Put the sugar and ,yatcr in a clear, 
hright pan and bring to a boil, thol1 aùd the glucos(\ : 
put on th3 lid for fi \Te ulinutes, continue boiling in thp 
lIsnal ,,-ay till it reaches crack 300; no\y aùd sllfficicn t 
('oloL'ing to tinge a golden color and pour the hoil en I'C- 
fully oyer the SlllOOth slab, so that the sheet of sugar 
,,-ill not be n10re than the eighth of an inch thick. 
,YhCll the sheet has partly set, cut it into strips 0110 
in('h \yicle and the \yhole lcngth of the sheet \rith ::,cb- 
sol's. Let an assistant take charge of the strips. aud 
twist thCll1 by taking hold of an end in each hand and 
turn then1 .in opposite directions, forn1Ïng a spintl 
('OlUlllll ; ,,-hel1 collI t;llip the req nired lengths and cal'(ì- 
fully ,,'eigh and bottle. To lllake these goods th(ì 
op?rators nlust be very quick in their l1l0Ven1('nts. 
The sILt b nlust be \yarnl on \yhieh the sugar is poured, 
as the thin sth.:ks cool so fast and get hrittle. 


PEPPERMINT BULL'S EYES. 


For cornered drops cut at anglc:::;, black ,yith ,,'hite 
s tri pc:;:;. 
R 1'h8. Bro\yn Sugar. ß pint:::; ,,-a ter. 
=! lb
 n luco:;(ì. Peppern1in t Fla YOI'. 
PHOCE

.-1'hc process is exactly the salllC as for 
p::PPol'lnint stick, \Tiz
 b)il the Rugal' ,,-atcr and glucose 



(}andy J[ake}Os ]"0018 and JIachine}oy. r."j/ 


to "
eak crack, 300: pour the boil OIl oiled plate,tlayor \yith 
peppernlint and ,york ,yell up; in a SBlaller pan ha \re 
t\yO pounds of ,,"hite sugar, ".ith the usual proportion of 
crealn of tartar and ,,'ater boiled to the S(l1ne degree; 
pull this O\Ter the hook until \yhite and porolls ; renl0YE! 
it to the plate and ,york it do\yn into lengths about one 
ÏJl('h thic'k ; lay thenl long\yays on the solid boil, equal 
distanecs apart; Blake the ,,-hole boil into a thit'k 1'01], 
bringing' one cud dO'YI1 to a point; dra\\
 off as for one 
cent stit'ks, but thicker: then \yith scissors snip thCUI 
off ill pieees about an inch long. Holll the scissors in 
the righ t hand, the 
ugar in the left; eycry thue you 
Blake a clip turn the sugar half ,yay rounel, so that thE! 
eorners of ea<..'h cllshion "riJI bc at opposite angles. 


BULL'S EYES, (Various.) 
The fOfnlllla given for the differeut kinds of sugar 
stieks ,,-ill ans\yer for the variety of bull's eyes. The 
proecss anù ingTPdien ts are precisely alike. The 
ti<..'ks 
lllay or l1lay not be dra,,-n out a little thieker J accord- 
ing to the size of drop required. Crc(un of tartar 111ay 
be substituteù for glueo:--;e in all rel:-ipcs giY0n for boilèd 
goods. The sugar is not boiled quite so high for hand 
goods or pulled sugar as it is for 11lachine drops: bcing 
a little'lo\yer it ,,'orks bettor, keeps longer pliable, a nel 
is less brittle ,,"hen cold. 


ROUND BALLS. 


8 lbs. Sugar. 
2 lbs. Ü lueosc. 
Color. 


i1 pin ts "-a tel', 
Flayor. 


.a 



J2 F'lelche}' J[(lJll
f'aclu ri ng Co.) rroJ'onto. 


PUOCEss.-Boil the sugar, ,yater and glucose in the 
usual ,,'ay to "
eak crack, say 300 ; pour the boil on the 
sIn b, ('0101' and tiavor to taste; ,york the batch up until 
stiffish, then roll the boil round, getting one end dO'''l1 to 
a poin t as directed for sticks, pull it off in lengths of 
about three feet and about one inch thit.:,k ; cut in pieces 
,yith ".L\CKSOX B.\.LL CUTTER" and roll round ,yith the 
hane1. 
\.Jl expert assistant is necessary for this opera- 
tion, as the balls nlu
t hp shaped ,,,hile hot and kept on 
the 1110ye till cold. 


,I" 


JACKSON BALL CUTTERS. 


,III" , !I,U (-iI\" ' I : , . ',I 
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' _ 01' I' ,,-< 
", ," . 
\
; ,,"- 
-"=0. "'-- 
 4...?

- 
-::..... -
-
 --

----- 


This cut represents our Improved 
Ball Cutter, or Press, \vhich cuts 
only one size ball; the improvement 
consists of a finger bar, operated by 
a cam, so that each tinle the handle 
is raised the fingers throw out the 
balls frOlll behveen the knives. 


Fig 
lI a. 


:K o. t Cuts 8 ball
. 1 
 inch c1ialneter (with Fingerbar) 1 
.. 2 .. It halls, 13-I8 in. I. "$15 CO 
"3 "9 ball
, 1 inch I I I. 



"r..1? 


"!þ.'P 
 

,;""'
 ,
\. 


Jackson Ball Cutter. 


." 



 


This :\Iachine has two steel 
kniyes, and is regulated hy a 
guage, so tbat it will cut Ba lls 
of any size. 



]."ruit Oils) E."i.';ential Oils) Extracts, Etc. f).'J 


Thi.;; general recipe ,,'ill apply to all balls. For 
details of pulling, striping, easing and variety the 
render is referred to the various proce
ses giyen for 
sticks and bnlls eyes. They are all nlade and finished 
in thi", \yay. For snulll sizes, pull out the lengths thin- 
ne]' ; for large sizes, thicker. 
To Inake the \TariOlls striped balls lli<:ely, requirps 
practice and a good deal of it. No anlount of book leal'11- 
iug \yill teach those \\'110 are quite ignorant of sugar boil- 
ing; hut at the saUle tÏlne if the reader has lllaster('d 
the sÏ1npler pro<:ess a t the beginning of the book, he is 
quite capn hIe of understanding this and \yorking out 
his O'Yll ideas in thi
 \yay: but hand-nulde balls should 
not he attenlpted until the learner. feels eonfiden t he 
can Inanage a boil easily aud quickly, because there is 
no tiIne to think after the sugar is on the slab. The 
111aniplllation nlust no,,- have been acquired to an cx- 
tent so as to cnable thp operator to proecC'cl a-.; if hy 
ius tinct. 


ROSE BUDS. 


8 lbs. 'Yhitc Sugar. i
 pints ,yater. 
':! pounds glucose. (,herry Paste Color. 
;) ór 6 drops Otto of Roses. 
pJ{ocE

.-noil the sngar, glueose alld 'YH tCl' to tl1<.\ 
degree of <:l'èt('k ;
O(), pOlll' on oiled slah, cut oft. about 
one third for pulling, color the larger piece a decp reel 
aud flavor ,yith otto of ro
cs; pull the slnaller piece 
O\Tel' the hook till '" hite; slJl'cad out the Inrgcr picl'c, 



/j-J I I etche}. .J[a nulact l{ring ["'0., 'l'oronto. 


lay thp pulled sugar in the lllÍddle, casing carefully 
ronnd, pass through Slllall acid drop rollers. 
N. B.-Turn the hoil on its erlge eyery tÏlue you 
<:ut a piece for the llulchille, in order to keep the pu]led 
sugar (1:-:; near the centre as possihle. 


RIPE PEARS. 



 Ihs Sugar. Cherry ReeL 

 lbs. Cancose. Ycllo\v Paste Color. 
;) pin ts ,,-ateI'. 1 oz. Esscllee Pear. 
1 oz. Tartarie .L\.('id. 
PHocE
R.-:\Ielt the sugar ill the water, add the 
gltH'ose and boil to ao;); pour OIl slah, cut the bat<'h 
in to three equal parts, ftnyor \yith essence of pear, 
top:ether "Tith a little acid, color 011(1 part deep red cHlÙ 
one dC(1p yello,,-, pull the third portion O\Tcr the hook 
and lay it het\yeell the 
'ello\\T HIlrl rpd pieces so that 
onp 
ide \yill h(1 yello\\" and the other bright red: <:ut 
off ill to eOll yenicn t sizes and pass through large pca l' 
drop rolJprs. These goods arc sold either plain or 
crystalizcd. 


BOILED SUGAR TOYS. 


See our sto('k of ('lear toy nHHllùs, list of ,yhich is 
Inailed on application. They 111ay be had to turll úut 
all kinds of fignres, sneh 'as dogs, ('ats, elpphants, ctc. 
They are Yer
T popular cUl10ng the children and sell 
,,-ell in certain distriets, and sho\y n handsonle profit. 
The 1110nlds are generally 11lade in t\yO part
; they 
Innst be ,yell oiled; the sngar hoiled as for drops. Fill 



j)lu'e Fruit .Juice....) ('olor...., Etc. 


.j:) 


the 1110uIlls full, and just hefore the \'" hulp 111<h
 
et
, 
pour n
 Bluch of the sugar out as ,,"ill run; this "'ill 
leayp only a thin coating ,,-hil'h ("ling to the sides of tt0 
shapes and ,rill easily eOlne out ,,,hen the Iuould ü; 
partpd. then you ha \
e the figures 
0111plete but h011o,y. 
Boiled sugar ,,-histles arfì made p.xaetly the saIne ,,-ay. 


TO CRYST ALIZE BOILED SUGAR 
GOODS. 


:
cYeral deseriptioll::; of bnih d ::;ugal's arc sold 
<:l'ys ta Jizctl, ,y hi<:h look ycry pretty a nel 
ta 11 d e.xposuJ (' 
to the at1110sphere better. The process is y
ry sinlplc 
and 111ay hp done ,,-ith little trouble. 'Yhen the dror:-; 
haye been nlade and set, break theIll np and sift thcln 
\\-pll in a eoar:"\e sehoe, no"
 shake thell1 oyer a }JètIl 
,,,hich is boilinF. so that they get dèll11pCÙ hy ste<ln1, 
and thro\y theIll in a hpap of <:rystal sugar: ]llix t]H Bl 
,,"ell up. so that tl
e sngal' adheres to the drops 11l1ifol'In- 
ly : nt)\\. sift thein out of the sugar again and the
Y ,yiJI 
dry in a to,,- nlinutes and he ready for paC'kiI)p". 

 \ 1l0the1' nlethod i
, ,,-hen the drops ha \
(ì heen IllêHlp 
Hnd sifted, to haye a thin 
olutiol1 of gUB1 or gelatine 
and 
l1ake it o\ycr the]n and ruh then1 all togptller till 
dtt1l1p 
Ill oyer: llO\Y thro,y oycr thel11 suffieiellt ('r
.
tld 
snp:Hr to coat thPIn H1Hl nl1x thenl up; \"hen ùr

 sin 
again and pack. 


N. B.- 'YhCll heing' cl'ystalized thp g.Jods 
.honld 
bc \yarn1, not hot, 0)' th2Y \yill candy. Large French 
pC:ll'S should be Cl'Ys talizpd h
? the In ttCl' process and 



.>(/ l'7efr-heJ o JlaJ1llfcu-turing ((0./. 1oJ"outo. 


be aln10st cold during the operation 
 being bulk
T th0Y 
retain the hcat a long tilno, Hnd thereforp ha \re a grcn t 
tendency to grain. 


IMITATION INDIAN CORN. 



 1hs. 'Yhite f'ng;al'. 
< 
:! lbs. Ci-Iu(,o:-ìe. 
l
 ello\y Color. 


ß pint
 "Tater. 
LClnOll Fla \Toring. 


PROCE

.-Roil the 
ug;ar , 
ducose and ,,-n tel' to 
L ... 


\\Teak crack, 305 
 pour the boil on slab, fta YOI' \yith 
101110n and color yello,,- 
 cut this hoil in t".o and pull 
one-half over the hook 
 roll the plt1l
d h
df out ill 
length
 ahout the size of a corn pod 
 no\y put the plaill 
yello,,- sugar through the TOlll Tl111111 h drop rollers, 
loosening the scre,,'s a little, and case the pulled sUt!'(tr 
"Tith sheets fron1 tl10 nIae-hine 
 if done carefully, th<..\ 
result ,,-ill be a good in1Ïtation of real Illdian corn. 


POPCORN BALLS. 


Roast the co I'll hArries O\-C1' a sH10keless firc ill a 
corn popper (get our price for corn poppers) : keep sþak- 
ing until eyery berry has burst 
 hoil suffh.iellt sugar 
and "Tater to the degree of feathcr, :!4;); add to ea('h 7 
lbs. syrup, foul' ounecs of di
::;oIYed glun arahic 
 ,yet the 
popped eorn in this syrup. and roll thell1 in finp 
plllycrizcd sugar until coatcd all over" thcu la
r thcnl 
asiclc 
 \"hell dry repcat the ('oating proeess in thp ::,[11ne 
Hlanner until they haye takcn up the desired thi<:kness 
of sugar. "T eip:h or nIcaSllre suffieien t con ted berrics, 
a('cording to size of b:111 rC<luil'ed, nloi
tcn then1 ".ith 



j1'lne Z.7oll:er (( nd E.
....eJlce 1-1aror.... 


.)j 


thin syrup, partly forn1 the hall b

 hand. then put it in 
a pop corn ball prc:)s anù press tightl

 into shapc, then 
fornl into balls in the usual ,yay " i
h pop (:orn ball press. 


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POPCORN BRICKS. 


Pop Corn 
Ball Press 


l\Iakes Balls 
3
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lueter, has brass 
cups top and 
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arranged that 
the ball is push- 
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.A,ny size B<t II 
nlade to order. 


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PROL'E

.-Thc corll berries are prepared a
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balls 
 boil brO\YI1 sugar in the proportion of 
 Ibs. sugar 
and t,YO pounds Illolasscs to baH, 2;)0 ; pour the syrup 
oyer thp eorll and thoroughly 111ix thenl: p
'css the111 



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iUlluediately into oilcd tins. The process should bp done 
<lllickly nnd th0 seeds pressP(l ns tightly togcthcr a
 
possihle 
 ,,
hen cold thcy arc rcady for stile <1n<.1 nlay be 
cut to siz
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hnl'p knif0. 


POP CORN HAND BALL PRESS. 


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POP CORN CAKES. 


PHO('E

.-Prep<1rp the <.'orB as for balls and pal:k 
thelll closely into strong square tins slightly oilcd ,yith 
oli\'c oil of best qualit
T ; boil to ('raek, sllftÜ'ient hro,,,)} 
Sllg'<ll' and 
du(:ose for quantity re<lnil'cd and pOlll' the 
hot s
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adh01'f'. 'Vhcll cold cut theIn np ,,-ith a 
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CORN POPPERS-Made Very Strong. 



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JAP NUGGETS NO. I. 
:! Ihs. 'Vhite 
ugnr. 1 
 Ihs. Farina. 
4 lhs. nILH'osc' 2 pints "Tatet'. 
-tIbs. Desic('ated ro('oannt llJlS,,-e0t01led. 
Y cllo\y Coloring. 



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pl{OCE

.-}Iix the ingredicllts in copper pan: boil 
on a 
lo'Y tire to stitt' ball, 2
)O, stirring an the thuc ; add 
coloring to faney; \yhen ready, pour Larefull

 on an 
oiled pIa te, luaking the sl1Ppt abont half an inch thick; 
,,-hen cold., dust \yith pl1l\rerize<l 
ugar and cut up ,yith 
sharp kniff:\ to size. 
:N.B.-.L-\.. f
,y loose iron Lars Hl'e llseful to 1'01'111 a 
sq llarc on the pouring' pIa tc, in proportion to size of boil; 
that the exact tlu('kness of sheet Jllay be deteJ'luined. 


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PATENT CANDY CUTTER. 


For Cutting Caralne1s, Japanese Cocoanut, ;ntl all kind of 'Bar 
Candies. · 
Cuts all thicknesses np to one inch, and all ,vidths up to one 
and one-quarter inches. 

\[oving Bed of 
Iachine is 32 inche
 long aud Ð inches wide. 
\Vill cut 1500 pounds of Candy per day. 
One of the handiest ana lllost useful all round :l\Iachines a lnan 
can buy. 


Price, ................................, $7;) 00 



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J AP NUGGETS NO.2. 


2 Ihs. 'Yhite 8ug'a r. '; ]bs. G] lléOSC. 
.... 
-! Ibs. Good Bro"
n. 2
 Ib
. Farina. 
?> Ibs. Desiccatcd Cocoanut. n pints '\
atel'. 


PR.O('E:--:'
.-Pllt the sugar, glucose and "
ater in the 
pan; plêu'e it on a slo"- firc 
 stir in thc cocoan ut and 
fa rina n nd boil to stiff ball, ..':!;>f>, keeping it' ,,-el1 stirrcd. 
Pour OIl an oiled slab, and cut up to size: "Then set, dust 
,,,ith po,rdered sugar. In larg(\ factories ,,
here this 
candy is 111ade, llulChincl'Y plaYR an ÏInportan t part. In 
fact the lnanipulation is practicnlly all done by 
11lechanislu. There is the desk
éa tor for preparing the 
cocoanut
, the steHl11 pans, "hich Hl'{\ fitted \yith beaters 
re\
ol \Ting inside, fixed ,,
ith chains and "Teigh ts for 
lifting thcn1 ont, so that the callS 111ay be cl11ptied (lJ1d 
eleaned ,yithOllt trouble: also plates for rolling out sheets 
to size, and cutting 111achincs ,yhil'h eut the nl1ggpt
 
any 
izp, the 111 lchine being so arranged that hy siInplr 
aJtering (l p:\,,'l on a ratchet ,,
hecl the sizp of th(\ 
n uggC'ts is detern1Ïncd. ''''"here this cIa hora te arrangc- 
1118Il t exists our fOI'll1Ula ,,,ould neither be dc
irahle nor 
llecessary, 1101' (10 ,,'e pretend to snggest 01' ad\"Ï::5p. 
HO\YP\Ter, n1all
' tons are 111adp in the ordÜlary hoiling 
shop \\
ith the llsllal appliances and cOllYeniell
cs, and 
it is to a
"ist pcoplc thus situated is the }1l'ineipal ohjc(,t 
of this look. 



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J AP NUGGETS NO.3. 
4 lhs. Good Bro,,-n Sugar. 4 lùs. pesi(;('atcd Cocoanut 
3
 lbs. Glucose. Uns,ycetened. 
ß pints 'Vater. 2 lbs. Farina. 
PHOCESS.-.,A..s before, ùro\Yl1 coloring should be 
llsed if required dark; it n1akes goods look richer; 
,yhen the boil is cut up the nuggets should be thro,,-u 
in to pnl \Tcrized sugar. 


VANILLA NOUGAT (Common.) 


12 lbs. 'Y11ite Sug'ar. 
L 
i) Ib8. gluco
e. 

 oz. Essenee Vanilla. 
PROCE

.-Put the sugar, glucose and ,ya tel' in a 
clean pan, plaee it on a sharp fire and stir until.disolved ; 
then pnt on the ('oyer and let it boil for fiye or six 
n1inutes; no'y rernove the lid and 
ontinne to hoil to 
soft ball degree; no\y pour the contents on a dan1p 
slab (one oyer ,vhich ,vater has been 
prinkled); "'hen 
cool take a long Hat spatula and ,york the sugar ahout 
until it hecolnes ,Yhite and ('reaI11Y; no,,' add the 
ahnonds (,,-hich haye been preyiously blanched and 
dried), together ,Yith the yanilla esscnce 
 keep ,yorking 
up the ,,-hole until of unifol'l11 consistency; no". :-;prcèld 
tho n1ass on ,,-afcr paper in sheets one ineh thi(:k, ('oycr 
tl10 shects ,,,ith "'afcr paper. rolling the top sn100t h ; 
,,,hcn f:;ct cut into bars. Should th0 Crp(1111 he a little 


-! lhs. 
\"eet _\..hnollds sll1all. 
;) pints \yater. 


thin ndd SOino ieing sugar ,,,hen nlixing; if toiled 
propcrly this is not req nired. l\Iost ('heap N ouga ts 110"- 
in the nUH'kot arc HUlde l110re or lcss according to this 
forlnula, color and Hayor differently for variety. 



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ICE 


CREAM CONFECTIONERY. 


Boil 7 Ibs. of loaf sugar ,,-ith three pin t
 ot ,yater: 
add a snulll teaspoonful of <:rearn of tartar, allo',
 it to 
hail for 1U n1Ïllutes, then add one pound of fresh butter: 
it "'ill then COllUllenCe to froth up, and <:<1re nlust be 
tak0n that the pan is large enough, as thp 
yrup ,yill 
occupy t\,-ice the space than if there had heen no Luttcr 
added 
 boil this 11lixture to t he degree of Yer

 ,ycak 
<:ra('k: 01' :!8ñ by the therU10lneter, at ,yhich point it is 
done; pour it on the slab, ,yhieh ha
 hecn of course 
preyiousl
T greased. As soon as it begins to cool, tu]']} 
it up and knead it until it gpts 
titï enough to pull O\T('r 
the hook. 'Vhen on the hook pull it sharp till it gets 
,,-hite as sno,,-. This ,yhite is usually ftayored ,,-ith 
YHnilla 0]' oil of len1011. It n1ay be eithcr pulled out in 
hal's or lcft in th[\ heap. It is yery easil
T brokcn iu 
slnnll pieces for retail purposes. In the surnrner 01' hot 
,,-en ther keep this candy frorn the air.. or it ,,-ill hp 
inclined to ùe sticky. This en ts yery rich n 1lcl conl- 
Inands good sale at hest priees. 


RASPBERRY AND STRA VVBERRY 
ICE CREAM CONFECTIONERY. 


This is Inad0 exactly as thp last ,,-ith th(,'\ nddit ion 
of a little red color hefore the boil is pourcd out, or it 
]na
- be colored on the slab 
 ndd a little essence of rasp- 
herry 01' strê.1\ybcrry and a pinch of tartaric acid just 
before pulling the boil. Color the rnspherry a littlp 
deeper than the stra,yberry. 



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CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM. 


To llul.ke chocolate it'e (:r
aln, boil the sanlC quanti. 
tics as lJ
fore precisely in the saIllC ,vay in cyel'Y p
llt- 
icular. 'Vhen the sugar has b0en pulled out, "york ,,-ell 
into it 1 lb. po,,-clcl'ed chocola tc: knead this ,vell np ill 
order tlla t thp 
hoc:ola to nHty be ,vel]' Illixed ,yith the 
sugar. Put in sufficicnt chocolat(\ to giye tlu:) hoil a 
dark bl'o,,-n color, othe'r,,-ise it ,vould be too light ,,-he'll 
pH Ueel. 


VANILLA CARAMELS. 


8 I b-.;. "Thite Sugar. 
:2 Ibs. [{ Incose. 
1 lb. Fresh Butter. 


2 Tins Condensed Inilk. 

 pints ,vater. 
'Tallilla Flayol'ing. 


PROCE

.-Boil tho sugar, glucosc und ,,-ateI' to 
the dcgree of ha 1 I 2;)0: relTIOye the pan a little frolH 
the fire, add the n1Ïlk and butter, the latter cut into 
Jittlp pieces aJld "
ell stir iu ,,'ith ".ooden spatula until 
the ,vholc is thoroughly 111ixcd, then gently bring the 
Blass through the boil and pour out on gI'ea::5ed slah, 
Inakillp: the sheet about 
 inch thick: ,,-hen set eut "yith 
caral11Pl ('uttpr, and ,,-hen cold separate the sq narcs 
Rnd "Tal) in "yax pape'r. 


COCOANUT CARAMELS. 



 Ibs. 
ugar. 111bs. D3siccated rocoanut, uns,vcetened. 
'2 lhs. glucose =2 Tins Condensed 
lilk. 
1 lb. .Fresh Rutter. 
 pints ,vater. 
PRocE

.-
leI t the sugar in tho ,,-ater, add the 
glllCO
C and boil up to ball 
;)O : 1'f\H10"e the pan tn side, 



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then stir in the butter, n1Ïlk and cocoanut, bring 
through the boil, pour on slab or in fralnes about 
 inch 
thick; ,yhen set In
l'k ,yith carainel cutter 
 ,,'hen cold 
separate and \Yl'ap in "Tax p
pcr. 


CLADS PATTERN COCOANUT GRATER. 


Extra Strong, 'rwo Graters
 CI
Ul1pS to TaLle or Bench, $1 50 


Fi
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Ci .roa and Cocoanut Cutter. 


No.1Largc.... .... ........ .......Price. $1 20 
A very handy and useful slicer. DuraLle and cheap. 


RASH BERRY CARAMELS. 


8 Ib8. Sugar. 1 lh. Raspbcrry Pulp or .Jan1. 
'2 Ibs. glncos0. 2 Tins Condensed 111 ilk. 
1 lb. Fresh Dutter. 2 pints "Tater. 
Brilliant Rose Color. 
PROCEt;
.-ßoil the snp;ar, glucose and "Tater to 
"
eak crack 250; re1110YC the })3n to side of fire, add 



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the milk, butter (cut slnall) and jaln 
 stir the ,,-hole 
tJ
:
;eth9t, repla0ing- the p_lll on the fir3; add s ufticient 
colorin o '. kee p stirl'ino' all the tÏlne until the ,yhole · 
..... \:) 
COlnes through tho boil; pour out, mark "Tith sot, 
diyidp and \\Tap ,yhen cold. 


'WALNUT CARAMELS. 


8 Ib3. 'Vhite Sugar. 
1 Ih. Shelled 'Vailluts broken slnall. 
'2 Ib3. G Incase. 2 tins Condensed 1\1 ilk. 
] lb. FI'esh Butter. :J pints 'Vater. 

affron Coloring. 
Pl{OCES
.-...\.s aboye, caranlcls require careful 
,yah:hing and a lot of stirring, the boil being liable to 
catch and fto,y over 
 fire n1ust not be too fierce: "Then 
too hot put an iron under one side of the pan to keep it 
up a little froln the fire; keep constantly on the stir 
after buttor and tia voring ingl'edicn ts al'fl added. 


CHOCOLATE CARAMELS. 


8 Its. Good 
ngal'. 

 lh. Pure Chocol9-te lUls".eetened. 
2 ibs Glucose. 2 tins Condensed 
Iilk. 
1 lb. Fresh Rutter. :! pints 'Vater. 
Vanilla Fla yoring. 
PROCESS.- 'Yhen the sugar, glucose and ,yater 
have hçcn boiled to the degree of ball, 2ÖO, and the 
Inilk, butter and chocolate have all dissolved and 
incorporated, hring gently through the boil, then pour 
out on oiled slab or in frall1CS 
 ,vhen set, mark deeply 
,vith caranlel cutter 
 "Then eold, separate ,vith sharp 
knife and ,vrap in ,vax paper. 



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VANILLA CARAME,LS NO. I Quality. 
() Ibs. f;ugar. 1-
 lhs. Fresh Butter 
:! quarts S,yeet Crean1. JIbs. Glucose. 
Essence of ,r anilla. 


PnOCE

.-Pl1t thp sugar, glucose and creanl in the 
pan: put it on a slo,y fire and stir constantly: let it boil 
to a stiff ha II, then add the butter: keep stirring, ,,-hen 
it has ,yeU hoiled through, remoyc the pan fro111 the 
fire; thl yor ,,-ith yan illa ex tract: ponr ou t on oiled 
plate: lnal'k ,,-hen set ,,-ith carall1cl c.:utter; ,,-!leu cold, 
diyide ,,-ith sharp knife and "Tap each car<llllel in ,,-a.x 
paper. 


VANILLA CARAMELS, No. 2 Quality. 


f) 1bs. Sugar. 
 oz. Cream of Tartar. 
1 lb. Fresh Butter. ;! pints ,yater. 
;) pints Ne,y l\Iilk. 'Tanilla Flayoring. 
PnocEss.-Boil the sugar, 11lilk and ,yatcr ,yith the 
creanl of tartar on a slo,,- fire, stir all the tÍlue till it 
reaches a stiff b:lll, add the extract of vanilla and stir 
it gently; ren10ye the pan fro1l1 the fire and pour con- 
tents on oiled slab: mark deep ,yith caran1el cutter 
,,-hen set; ,,-hen ('old separate ,,-ith sharp knife. These 
c:lramels 
hould be creanl color. 


MAPLE CARAMELS. 


B
Y using purp In
ple, nUlple car(unels 11lay be Blade 
prec.:isPly as vanilla: the ftayor of thp lllaple sug'ar i
 
sltfficicnt ,yithout any artificial essence. These l'ara- 
111('ls ,,-ill of courso be dar
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F'ruit Oil.,;} Essential Oils, Ext}'act.'i} Etc. (j7 


RASPBERRY AND STRA VVBERRY 
CARAMELS. 


These tia Yors 111ay he used in either of the last t".o 
recipes-best quality according to the first, second 
quality as to the second. "'Talnut, cocoanut, etc., 111ay 
he added for other fia vol's. 


CHOCOLATE CARAMELS No. I Quality. 
6 lbs. Best Sugar. 2 lillarts S"
eet Creanl. 
4 lbs. Glucose. 1
 lbs. Fresh Butter. 
1 
 lhs. Pure Chocolate, Uns,veetened. 
PnocEsR.-Put the sugar and CreêUl1 in the pan, 
stir it ,,
('ll together, then add th(:' glucose 
 let it boil to 
a stiff ball, case the pan off the fire a little and put in 
the butter in little pie
es, then the choeolate; keep 
stirring together 
 bring the masS through the boil, then 
add extract of yanilla 
 renl0\re the pan and pour con- 
tents on oiled slab, nlaking the sheet about} inch thick 
 
111årk deep \vith caramel cutter ,,-hen set; diviùe ,vith 
sharp knife ,,
hen cold and \rrap in paper. 


CHOCOLA TE CARAMEL, NO.2 Quality. 
5 lbs. Sugar. lIb. Pure Choeolate, Uns\yeetened. 

 lh. Fresh Butter. } oz. Creanl of Tartar. 
1 quart of N e\v l\Iilk. 
P[{oðE

.-l\Ielt the sugar in the luilk, add the 
creanl of tartar and boil to the degree of ball; case the 
pan a little off the fire and stir in the butter and choco- 
late; bring the "Thole to a boil, add extract of yaniJIa, 
then reUlove the pan and pour ('ontents on the 
lab 
 
lllark and separate as directed on last. 



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UNVVRAPPED CARAMELS. 


Caran1els ha ye nsually been sold ,,?rapped in ,yax 
paper. This is neeessary ,yhell the goods are boiled 
yery 10""'. and contain a large proportion of glucose. 
Like other caramels the ingredients vary, hut the fol- 
lo,,
ing ,yill 
ns'Yer thp purpose :- 
7 Ibs. "\Vhite Sugar. 1 Tin Condensed l\Iilk, or one 
quart S,yeet Cream. 
2 lbs. Glueose. 3 pints ,yater. 

 lb. Fresh Butter. Vanilla Flavoring. 
PROCE
H.-Boil the sugar) glucose and ,yater to 
,yeak crack 285 ; ren10ve the pan fron1 the fire, add the 
hutter and n1ilk, stir gently until di
soIYed, add the 
flavoring just before the stirring is finished, then pour 


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BUTTERCUP OR MIXED DROP MACHINE. 


This 
Iachine is used for Cuttin
 Buttercups, and a large 
variety of other Candies. Has saw teeth for making crimped 
ed
ed buttercups. Very quick \vorking machine. 
Pric
, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . $19 00 



PUJ'e 1. '1'uit J uice.'i) (}olor:;, Etc. 


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contents on oiled slab; ,yhen cool enough cut \vith car- 

uncl ('utter. If required crink]y on top, run over the 
sheet \vith a corded rolling pin just beforp cutting. 


BUTTERCUPS. 


Thesp beautiful candies are very popular; the
. 
are pleasing both to the eye and the palate ,,'"hen they 
are ,veIl made, but they Inust be kept air tight or they 
,yill soon lose all their attractiveness and becolne a 
stick
" Inass, as they have a great tendency to "s\yeat." 
In order to prevent this as much as possible it is advis- 
able to use a little borax in each boil. The pro('ess IS 



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LATEs'r THING OUT. 
NEW SATINETTE PRESS. 


Buttercups and Satinettes 'will have a very lar
e sale this 
season. 
Purchase one of our :Thlachines aud make rour O'Vl1. 
The :Thlachine will pay for itself in a short tilne, besides you 
can always have fresh lllade 
oods. 
Price. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. ................ $15.00 



70 j;?etc7zeJo Jlanufaclu]Oing Co.} 1'()}'onto. 


siInple enough, but must be ,yo]'kcd quickly, in fact 
the beauty depends upon th(\ rapid manipulation of the 
sugnr oyer the hook; keep the eye fixed on the color; 
as soon as it becomes a glossy satin \yith a close grain 
it is finished; lift it oft' the hook imll1ediately and return 
to the slab for casing. Do not carryon thp pulling 
operation until it becolnes spongy, and be l"al'eful not 
to use too n1uch color; the tints should be light and 
delicate ,,
hen finished. l\Iachines are 111ade for cutting 
buttercups, price 86.0U and 814.00, each lnachine. 
Crimped edge luachine, 8:!0.00 each. Get OU]. )-Joi('e 1 ist. 


VANILLA BUTTERCUPS. 


7 Ibs. B
st 'Vhite Sugar. 1 teaspoonful Crean1 of 
Tartar. 
2 Ibs. FQndant Paste 1 quart \\?ater. 
1 lb. Desiccated Cocoanut, fine. Borax. 
Green 
o]or. 
Pl{OCES
.-Put the sngn!', ,yater and crean1 of tar- 
tar in the hoiling pan and boil up to crack HIO in the 
ordinary ,yay; ,y hile the pan iR on the fire, take thc 
fondant pastp and ,york into it thp dcsieeatpd Lo
oanut, 
,yith a little essence of yanilla) and lay aside till 1'e- 
q uired. "Then the boil has reached thp required 
degree pour the sugar on the slab, color it light grecH, 
and ,yhen partly cool, pull oyer the hook until it be- 
COlnes a delicate satin tint; return it to the slab, press 
the boil out, lay tlu' fondant paste in thc centre and 
case it all around \\?ith the pulled sugar 
 HO\\? carf'fully 
,york the one end of the boil dO\Yll to a }Joint as for 



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Cnllums Patent But
ercup Cutter. 





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Fingers for Buttercup Cutters. 
This is a :\Iachine every Confectioner should have for cutting 
Buttercups, Drops, &c. 
No. 1 :\Iachine is same as No.2, but is 24 inches long, 3 inches 
,vide, ,vill cut 70 pieces at one nlOVeInent, and is the cheapest 
:\Iachin
 ever put on the 11larket... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Price, $5 00 
No. 2 
Iachine is 3-1 inches long, 1 inches ,vide, cuts 150 pieces, 
giying them a fine cushion shape and glossy appearance. Cuts 
three times as fast as any roller. C01llparatively no ,vaste or 
cracked Buttercup
 ,vith this Machine. Cut represents Lifter, the 
fingers of ,vhich fit into the knives of the :\Iachine so that the 13.0 
pieces of candy can be reInoved by one moyement.... Price, $1-1 00. 
:\Iachine ,vith Teeth to fOl'lll Buttercup \vith Stitched 
Edges. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Price, 
20 00 



72 l/letche}O .11lanufactu}Oing roo, 1 1 0ronto. 


sticks and dra,,' it out in lengths, required thiékness: 
lay thell1 on the luaehinf\ and press gentl
- until eut 
througoh : the buttercups are then ready for packing. It 
is advisable to "
ork snlall boils of these goods. as 
the casing b3ing boiled soon gets brittle: keep 
turning the bulk rounù on the pIa to so as to keep the 
fondant paste exactly in the eentre. 


RASPBERRY COCOANUT BUTTER- 
CUPS. 


7 lbs. Best 'Vhitp Sugar. 1 teaspoonful crealU of 
Tartar. 
2 Ibs. Fondant Pastc. 1 quart "Tater. 
1 lb Dcsiccated Coeoan ut. Carlnine Color. 
1 lb. Raspberry Jaul, boiled Stiff. Borax. 
PROCES
.- 'York the j:lln and cocoanut into the 
fondan t paste; hoil the sugar, ,vater and CreèUTl tartar 
to crack: pour on oiled slab; color light rose tint: 
when partly cool, pull and ,york oft as in the preced- 
ing recipe and cut ,,-ith buttercup Inachine. 


COCOANUT BUTTERCUPS. 


7 lbs. Sugar. 1 teaspoon Crean1 Tartar. 
2 lbs. Fonùant Paste. 1 quart 'Vater ,,-ith Borax. 
1 lb. Dcsiccated Cocoanut. I.Jclnoll Flayor. 
Yello,v Color. 
PHOCESS.-.A,s usual, buttereups of any sort or 
fia VOl' nlay be nlade by follo\Ying the direetions given, 
anù substituting different essence:.;, jan1
, chopped nuts 
or ahl1onds, and color to fane-yo 



Z.'reezeJ's, P((('l..:ing (fan...;, Rl!frigeJ'atOJ's, Etc. 


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BLACK CURRANT BUTTERCUPS. 


7 lbs. 'Vhite 
ugar. 1 teaspoon full Crean1 Tartnl'. 
2 lbs Fondant Paste. 1 quart 'Vater. 
1 lb. Black Currant .Tanl. Borax. 
t oz. Tartaric Acid. Purple Color. 
PHOCE:-;:-,.- '" ork the jaB}, acid and eolor in to the 
fondant paste, boil the sugar, ,vater and crean1 tartar 
to crack, and 'york off as already described. 


FONDANT CREAM VVORK OR 
BUTTERCUP FILLING. 


Thi
 branch of the business has developed ,vonder- 
fully during the last few years. This crean1 is not 
onlr n10nlded and ,yorked into every conceivable shape, 
size color and flayor by itself, but is used with choco- 
late, fruits, etc., to makp an endless variety of pleasing" 
and tasty confections. 'rhe smaller goods in this ,york 
forn1 the body, and sOJnetiInes the ,y hole, of many 
beautiful n1ixturcs, and no ,,'indo'y can no,v he con- 
sidered orthodox unless they haye fi goocf displa
v of 
these goods. For Ollr purpose thp yariety is a Blatter 
of detail ,yhich 'YC only n1ention to ren1Ïnd the reader 
that he Blust look for thp greater part of it outside the 
covers of this guide. The process is pra(.tieally the 
samp all through: the nlixing, flavors, colors and shapes 
nlake \\Thatever distinction there is. It "rill only be 
necessary to give a fair selection of forn1ulas to enable 
the reader to in1itate anything he sees in this line, or 
invent sOll1ething nc,y. 



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RASPBERRY & VANILLA FONDANTS. 


10 lbs. "'hite 
ugar. n pints ,,-rater. 
2} lbs. G lueose. Cal'n1ine Colol'. 
 
Raspberry alld Y-nllilla Flayor. 
PROCE

.- Boil the sugar, glueosc and "
ater in the 
usual ,yay to the degrce of soft ban; then rClllove the 



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, r: en(Jr((tor.
, (}yl i ndel".
, Etc. 7 J 


pan fronl the fire 
 dalnp the pouring plate ,,,itb cold 
"
ater ; pour the boil on it and let it relnain till nearly 
cold. 'Vith a long pallette knifc or ,,,ooden spatula, 
conlnlel1(
e to ,york the syrup until it changes to a ,,,hite 
glossy crealn 
 then diyide the bateh into t,yO; put one 
part in the pan and remelt it, just enough to nlake it a 
con
istency to n10uld, add yanilla tlayor and run it into 
ruhber n10ulds; no,v put the other portion in the pan 
and relnelt ; color it a light pink 
 tlayor ,yith essence 
of raspberry and nlould in the same shapes 
 'v hen the 
goods are set and cold erystalize thenl ,yith cold syrup. 
N.B.-Ilave eyerything yery clean ,yhen making 
fondants; cyery speck ,,,ill sho'v 
 a touch of blue ,,,ill 
Blake the ,yhite a better color. 


CHOCOLATE & VANILLA FONDANTS. 


10 lhs "Thite Sugar. 
2 
 Ihs. Glucose. 
Vanilla Flayoring. 
PHOCER
.-Prcpare the fondant creanlS as in last 
recipe; ,,
hen the boil has been creamed, diyide into 
t,vo, one part being t,vi<.:e the 
ize of the other, put the 
slnall portion ill the pan to renleH, adding the chocolate 
paste 
 stir until pa
te is dissolved and incorporated, hut 
do not let the ('rean1 boil; relnove the pan fro 111 
the fire 
 run chocolate creanl in ruhher nlould
 
tilling the Ï1npres
ions only one-third part full; 
then l11elt the \\Thite crcrull, flavor ,vith yanilla and fill 
up the 1110ulds 
 '" hpn set erysta lize in cold syrup 
 each 
fonùant ,,,ill be in t\\TO eolors, "yhitc tipped ,vith chocolat(ì. 



 pints 'Vater. 

 lb. Pure Chocolate. 



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Batch Warmer or Gas Candy Heater. 


Price $5.00. 


COCOANUT FONDANTS. 


9 Ibs. 'Vhite Sugar. 3 pill ts 'Va ter. 
2! Ibs. (j lucose. Lenlon Flayoring. 
I! Ibs. Fine Desiccated Coeoanut, Uns\yeetened. 
CarlllÏlle Color. 
PHocER
.-Proceed to n1ake the crealn HS before 
directed and diyide thp batch into t\yO eq uni part
: 
rClnelt one part and stir in half tlle desiccated cocoanut 
,yith a fe,v drops of lenlon : half fill nloulds : rClll{\lt the 
other portion of creanl: stir in the renlainder of the 
cocoan u t: color pink, adding a fe,y drops of e
sen("e 
lenlon, and fill up the uloulds : cr
Tstalize the usual \\'a
- 
in ('old syrup. 


STRA VVBERRY FONDANTS. 


9 Ibs. 'Vhite Sugar. 
2 Ibs. Glucose. 
Carnlinc Coloring. 
PuocE

.-Boil the sugar, glucose and ,,-atcr to a 
soft ball degree, pour the batch on pouring' plate, \yhich 


2 Ibs. Stra,Yberl'Y Jènn. 
3 pints 'Yater. 



Baker..;:' and COll/prtio}u?J"S' Tools {fnd JlaclzineJ'!J ïï 


. 
has been previously d(llnped ,yith t:old "'ater, let the: 
boil reIllain till nearly ('old, then ,yith a ,,'ooden spatula 
'york the syrup about till it hecolnes crcaIH, th011 111ix 
in jaln 
 return the ,yhole to the pan and reIneIt, add 
s uffit:ien t color to n1ake a bri:..dlt pink, ,then run in to 
Inoulds ; ,vhcn 
et, crystalize in cold syrup. 


CHERRY FONDANTS. 


10 Ihs. Sugar. 
2! Ibs. Glucose. 
Chcrry Fla YOI'. 
PRocE

.-S01e('t SOIne large, preservcd cherries, 
cut then1 in half. Boil the sugar, glucosc and ,vater in 
the ordinary ,yay to ball de:gree, pour the batt:h on a 
da111}J pOllring pIa te; ,vhen nearly eold ,,
ol'k up the 
"yhole ,,'ith spatula till it becolnes a ,vhite glossy cream, 
"
orking the flavor in at the saIne tÏ1ne; then divide 
into threc equal portions, color one portion a bright 
pink and another a yello,v, leaving the thirù \yhite; 
knead each portion into stiff paste, adding a little iceing 

ugar to n1ake it tough 
 pinch off SIlHtll pieccs and forIn 
thOI11 into balls about the size of the cherry, make thcn1 
a little fiat on one 
ide 
 on this flat part stick a half 
eherry, squcezing then1 into shape; place the111 in can- 
vas trays and put them in the drying 1'00111 for a fc"T 
hours to harden; after\vards crystalize ,vith eol<1 syrnp. 
Othcr prcserved fruits ma
T be used in saIne ".ay. 


n pin ts 'Vater. 
Carmine and Saffron Color. 


FONDANTS FOR MIXT URES. 


10 Ibs. 'Yhite Sugar. 
2 
 Ihs. Glucose. 
Flavors Various. 


3 pints 'Vater. 
Colors \T arious. 



'iN ji'letcheJ. J[aJlUfactllJ.ing (}o., To/'onto. 


pl{OCE

.-Boil thç sugar, glucosc and ,yater as 
befor{' directed to a stiff ball and pour the sut!.'ar on 
diunp slab; let it stand till nearly cold, then ,york it up 
,yith spatula till glossy crc[un: diyide the boil into as. 
n1
t n

 portions as you ,,-ant colors; then relllC It this 
creèull, color and flavor to fane

; run the hatch into 
1110ulds of different shapes. 'Yhen the fondants nrc sct, 
crystalize in cold syrup. :Fondants for Inixture are 
roade a trifle harder to preycnt hcing erushcd ,,-ith 
other s"
ects ,,'ith ,yhi<:h they are nlixed. 


TO CRYST ALIZE FONDANTS 


13 Ib5. Best V{hite 
ugar. 4: pints ""ateI'. 
PHocEss.-.Boil this q uan tit
.. of sugar and ,ya tel' 
for a fe"
 111inutes, nbout 220 degrces by the thermonl- 
etar: stand it aside undisturbed till quite cold. Pack 
the: fondan ts in crystalizing tins, putting ,yire trays 
het"
een each layer of say t,yO inches deep; let thc 
,yire trays take a bearing on the ends of the tin; 
,,-hen the tin is full, co vcr the goods ,yith cold syrup, 
putting a damp cloth oyer the top; stand the tins in H 
cool place in the drying room about ten hours; thcn 
ren10ye then1 to a cold place; about an hour after'YRrds 
take out the plugs and drain off the superfluous syrul) ; 
,vhen the fondants are dry, turn the tins on end, giYinp; 
theln a slight knock and empty then1 on clean trays: 
th0Y ,yill be ready for packing in an hour or so. 
K. B.-If a thin skin forms oycr the top of the 
syrup, skin1 it off hcfore draining the goods: it nla
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s 1100ls and 1J[achine}.y. "(!) 


tend to granulate thero, but the dalnp cloth ought to 
preyen t this skin forn1Ïng. 


CHRISTMAS FANCIES-CLEAR TOY 
MOULDS. 


There are a great nun1ber of fancies 11lade fronl 
grain sugars sold about Chrishuas tÏ1lle. Their heaut

 
aud attraetiveness de})ends upon the u10ulds in ,,
hich 
the
" are 1110ulded, and the taste displayed in painting 
or decorating then1. The goods thell1Selves are quite a 
seeondary eonsideration, being so sÏ111ple to l11ake. 
PHocE

.-Boil 7 lbs. sugar, 1 lb. glucose, 2 pints 
,yater in the usual ,yay to the degree of ball 
60, by 
thern10111cter; ren10ve it fron1 the fi.!.'e and rub the 
sugar against the side of the pan until thick and ,yhite: 
stir it all together, then fill the 1110ulds through the 
runner. Too Inueh suç:ar must not be boiled at one 
L. 
tÏ1ne, or it ,yill set before it can be all run into the 
1110ulds; t\yO or three pounds ,,
ill be cnough for a 
beginner to practice ,yith. They ,yill bc hard enough 
to bp taken out of the moulds in fifteen to thirty lniu- 
utes, act:ordillg to size after heing run, and they ,yil1 
be ready for decorating. 


ARTIFICIAL FIGURES. 


Fruit, cggs, and any objcct lnay be takcn fron1 
natul'P hy this process, to be transforl11ed in to sugar, 
after\\-ards glazed, colorcd to Ï1nitate nature so exa('tl
- 
as to deceiyc lllany persons. Boil the sugar in cxaetly' 
the sanle ,,-ay as directed in the prcYious recipe, grain 



8f) j-1etclzeJ" Jlanu.lactllJ'ing (}o.) 'Foronto. 


it and fill the moulds 
 in a fe,y minutes run out as 
nlueh sngar as ,,
ill leave the InOllld 
 this ,,'ill erruse 
the coasting to be hollo,y in the centro. Allo,v your 
articles to Ünitate the natural objects ,Yhich they repre- 
sent ,vith liquid colors and canlel's hair Doncils 
 if 
gloss is required the eolol's should be I1lixed \"ith a 
strong solution of glull arabic or isinglass to the desired 
tin t. 


COMPOSITION CLEAR TOY MOULDS. 
l\Irrde frOlll Finest Quality of l\Ietal. 
The :\Ioulds 111arked thus X ,ve haye al,vays in 
stock. An

 others nlnde to order. 
NaIHe. No. in 
Ioulù. No. to Lb. Price. 
Horse and :\lall large. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 16 $2 60 
Horse, smaH...... . .. . .. .. .. " .. . 3 18 1 30 
General on Horse. . .. ..... . . . . . . . . 3 27 1 3 0 
Horse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 45 1 BO 
Horse, sinall..................... -! 55 1 30 
x 6 Co\v....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 38 1 30 
x 7 Sheep.... . . . . .. ................. 1 :30 1 30 
x 8 Do
, large.... . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 43 1 30 
x 9 Dog, lnedium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 48 1 30 
10 Dog, sInal!. . . . . . . .. .............. 3 55 1 30 
x 11 :\Ionkey on }{orse. . . . . . . . . . .. ... 3 35 1 30 
x 12 Cat, large..... . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .:3 28 1 30 
x 13 Cat, small... .. . . . .. .... ... .J 32 1 3u 
x 14 Rat.............................. 4 32 1 30 
15 Deer, slnall.. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . 3 32 1 65 
16 Camel..................... ...... 3 45 1 30 
x 17 Rabbit, large.. . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. . 3 16 1 30 
x 18 Rabbit, mediuln. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 24 1 30 
x 19 Rabbit, small.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 38 1 30 
x 20 Lady on Swan................... 3 30 1 30 
21 Chicken. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ........ 3 38 1 30 
x 22 Rooster.......................... 3 35 1 30 
23 Eagle............................. 3 35 1 30 
x 21 Cro\v............................. 3 40 1 65 


No. 
x 1 
x 2 
x 3 
x 4 
5 




o. 
25 
23 
27 
28 
x 29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
3-1 
x B5 
x 33 
x 37 
38 
x 39 
x 40 
.<11 
42 
43 
44 
x 45 
46 
47 
48 
x 49 
50 
x 51 
x 52 
53 
x 51 
x 55 
x 5() 
x 57 
58 
x 59 
60 
61 


x "2 
x 63 
61 
65 
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11
,.uit Oils) Essential Oil.
) Extracts, Etc. 81 


Nan1e. Ko. in MoulLl. 
Bear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . ' . . 4 
Baby. larg-e..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
 
Ba by, smaIl ............ ........ 3 
,Jim Cro\'''... . . . . . . . .. .... ...... 

 

Ian and \Vheelharrow.... . . . . . . . 3 
'V Olnan anù Churn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -1 
H al1ù . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . 3 
Basket and Flowers...... . . .. ... a 
Acorl1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Hal-p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Fire1nan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ß 
'rOIn rrlll1111U...................... 
; 
Soldier, ... .... ................ -! 

teamboat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
LOCOllloti\>e........... ............ ä 
Sloo p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :1 
F la t Iron. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -! 
Ke:y' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ß 
SkaLe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ........... 3 
Pistol ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
811 ove 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Scissors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . , . . 3 
Fiddle. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! 
Bngle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Watch.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Basket with handle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Flower Basket, handle. . . . . . . . . . 3 
Pitcher, sn1all.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Rocking Horse, slnaIl............ 3 
rrhree Figures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
H abbit and Basket.............. 4 
Locon10tive, large... ............ R 
Church 'on Hill...... ...... ...... 3 
Tea Pot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Lion. ........................... 3 
Sword. . . . . . . . . . . . _. ............. 3 
Boy and Goat. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Watch, smaIl...... . .. .,........ 3 
Donkey... . . . . . . . . . . .. ...... . . . . . . 3 
Elephant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Caught in the Act.... . . . . . . . . . . . . R 
Ladders. . . . .. ... . . . . . . . . . . .. .... 3 


No. to Lb. Price. 
3;) 1 30 
32 1 65 
30 1 30 
G1 1 30 
55 1 65 
4t) 1 30 
:

 1 30 

:8 1 30 
30 1 30 
S: 1 30 

 t 1 30 
-18 1 ßI) 
oJ S 1 30 
48 1 30 
43 1 50 
43 1 00 
48 1 30 
35 1 30 
55 1 30 
-!H 1 30 

7 1 30 
4,1 1 30 
38 1 30 
55 1 30 
2L 1 30 
31 1 30 
28 1 30 
33 1 30 
35 1 30 
48 1 30 
16 1 G5 
14 1 30 
] 8 1 30 
48 1 30 
70 1 30 
27 1 30 
43 1 30 
45 1 30 
55 1 30 
43 1 30 
48 1 30 
40 130 



82 ]i'letcher ]Ianz{factlu'ing (}o., T'ol.onto. 


1\ame. 1\0. in :Thlould. 
Horse and Cart.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
S parro\y .. . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Slnall Boat....... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Locomotive, slnall.... . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Pitchers. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 3 
x 72 Sugar Bowl.... . . . .. ...... ..... 3 
Tea Cup. . . .. ..... ............. 3 
Coffee Cu p . . . . . . .. .., . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Saucers ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D 
Tea Pot. . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . .. ...... H 
\Vine Glass.... , . . .. ............ 3 
vv. ash Tub........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R 
Flower Vase. . . . . . . . . . .. ... ..... 3 
Round Table.. . .. . .. .. . . .. .. .. .. . . D 
Gun. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 
Pistol... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 
Pocket I{nife. .... ... . . . .. .. ... ... 4 
Dirk . . . . . . . . . . . .. ............... 4 
Rooster, small.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 
Crucifix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 
Axe. . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 
Pi pc .................. .......... 6 
Ass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 
Deer Lying Dv,wn.... .......... 3 
:Th:111Ie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . 3 
Dog, large.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Dog ,vith Basket.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Dog standing váth Basket. . . . . . . . 3 
Peacock ......................... 3 
Decanter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D 
Boots. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 
Plain Basket with Handle.... .... 3 
'Vine Glass, large. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R 
Fire Horn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H 
Squirrel and Box.. .. .. . . .. . . . . . . .. 5 
BrooI11.. '. . . . . . . . . .' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Bust of 1\apoleon..... ...... ...... 1 
Lady's ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H 
Cupid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . B 
Rabbit. ,........................ 3 
Fish on Plate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 
Rooster. . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 


1\0. 
x 67 
x 68 
63 
70 
7L 


73 
x 7-1 
75 
x 76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
8:2 
83 
81 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
x 90 
91 
x 92 
x 93 
x 94 
x 93 
96 
x 97 
Ð8 
99 
x 100 
j 101 
: 102 
x 103 
104 
IX 105 
106 
I 107 
:x 108 


1\0. to Lb. Price. 
28 1 30 
1 n 1 30 
43 1 30 
28 1 30 
31 1 65 
21 1 65 
40 1 80 
21 1 30 
33 1 30 
12 2 60 
41 1 63 
33 2 00 
23 1 65 
3 L 1 65 
48 130 
32 2 00 
38 1 30 
40 1 80 
55 1 30 
3:2 2 00 
48 1 SO 
21 2 00 
48 1 30 
2:-) 1 30 
Zl 1 30 
12 2 00 
12 2 00 
15 1 65 
21 1 65 
19 165 
27 1 G5 
2ß 1 ()5 
18 2 00 
21 2 00 
33 1 65 
13 1 ()5 
20 2 00 
28 1 (j5 
21 1 65 
10 2 60 
19 1 65 
1.1 1 ()5 



PU'ì.e j?j.1Ût Juices, G'olo'j.s, Etc. 


No. 


N an1e. 


No. in :i\Iould. No. to Lb. Price. 


x 109 0 \\? I ............................. 
x 110 Cupid and Basket.... .... .... .... 
x 111 Pony...... . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 112 Dog... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 113 Cat and Dog Fighting. . . . . . . . .. . . 
114 Grasshopper............... . . . . . . . 
x 115 Steamboat........................ 
x 116 Sea Lion.. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . ... . . . 
x 117 Rhinocerous..................... 
x 118 Tiger............................. 
x 119 Bear, smaIl..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
120 Bear, :ThIeditun...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 121 Bear, large. . .. .. . . . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. 
x 122 Ape. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. ......... 
)( 123 Large Hand.,.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 124 Bear sitting up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 125 CameL...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 126 Squirrel..... ... ................ 
127 Horse Jumping........ . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 128 Lamb Lying Down. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
129 Sugar Bowl.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 
130 Double Pointed Iron. . . . .. . . . . . . . . 
131 Boy on Rocking Horse. . . . . . . . . . . . 
13
 Elephant. . . . . .. . .. . . .. .. . . ...... 
133 Captain Jack................. .... 
13! Frog Smoking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 
135 S"?an............................ 
136 Trumpet.......................... 
137 Boots............................ 
x 138 Elephan t. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 13!1 l\Ionkey on Camel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 140 Cupid on Lion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
141 Rabbit............................ 
142 
Ionkey Dressed in Soldier Clothes 
143 Pi pee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 1JJ 
loop............................ 
x 145 Rabbit and Wheelbarrow... .. .. .. 
x 146 Lalub, large.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
x 147 
Ionkey on Camel.............. . . 
x 148 Boy and Large Lalnb. ...... ..... 
x 149 Pig................... . . . . . . . . . . . . 
150 Dog in }(eunel. . . . . . . . .. ......... 


3 
8 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
6 
3 
3 
3 
3 
D 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
6 
R 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 


16 
19 
18 
15 
18 
13 
19 
12 
15 
15 
20 
16 
8 
14 
11 
16 
18 
13 
30 
14 
21 
16 
19 
21 
18 
16 
18 
16 
19 
14 
20 
18 
25 
24 
33 
12 
6 
14 
8 
11 
18 
15 


83 


1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
2 60 
1 30 
1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
] 65 
2 60 
1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
1 (7) 
1 G5 
1 65 
1 65 
1 1)5 
1 65 
2 00 
2 00 
1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
1 ü5 
1 30 
1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
1 65 
1 30 
2 00 
2 00 
2 GO 
2 60 
2 GO 
2 GO 
1 65 
1 65 



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o. N anle. No. in :\Iould. No. to Lb. Price. 
x 151 Fancy Clock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 18 1 65 
152 Slnall Boy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 30 1 65 
x 153 ::\Iazeppa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 13 2 00 
15-1 Cralle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 15 2 00 
155 Sqllirrel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 10 2 00 
156 Boy Riding Dog.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 18 2 00 
157 Goat JUlnping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 16 1 65 
x 158 Cow and Cal f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 23 1 65 
159 Organ Grinder vtith l\Ionkey.. . . . . :3 2:1 1 65 
160 Chriskingle Deer and Sleigh... . .. 2 10 1 65 
x 161 Basket. .... ........... ...... ...... :3 19 1 65 
x 162 Ba by in Cradle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 16 1 65 
x 163 Horse. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 20 1 65 
x 164 Soldier Boy.. . . . . . " .... .. '" .. . .. 3 13 1 65 
165 French Lady.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1: 15 2 00 
1G6 Fancy Bottles.. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . -! 12 1 65 
167 Boy Stealing Apples. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 13 2 00 
x 168 Hllssar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 9 1 65 
169 Scotchman. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 11 1 65 
170 Rabbit Soldier.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 9 2 00 
171 Rabbit Drummer. .. . . . . . . .. . . .... 3 9 2 00 
x 172 Rabbit Sportsman. . . . . . , . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 16 1 65 
x 173 Railroad Car. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' . . . . 3 18 1 30 
17-1 Fancy Tea Kettle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., 3 11 1 65 
175 Spread Eagle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7 1 65 
x 176 Chinaman and Dog. . . . . . . . . . , . . . . 3 1H 2 00 
177 Rabbit Traveller.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 16 1 65 

 178 Frog on Bicycle. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 3 15 2 00 
179 Ostric'1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 3 12 2 00 
18') Traml).. . . . . . . . . . . .. .... . . . . . . . . . . 3 12 1 65 
181 Fox .. ............ .... ..., ...... 2 12 1 30 
x 182 Horse and Jockey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 19 2 00 
183 Piggyback.. ...... ...... .... .. .... 3 If) 1 65 
181 Fancy Pitcher, large.. .... . . .. . . . . 3 13 2 00 
x 185 Sail Boat. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 15 2 00 
x 188 Irishman and Pig. . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 15 2 00 
187 :Thlonkey and Piggyback. . . . . . . . . . . 3 15 2 00 
188 Policeman and Boy. , . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1-1 2 00 
189 Dog and Deer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 12 2 00 
x 190 Boy and Bicycle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 18 2 00 
191 Ow I on Tree. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 12 2 00 
192 Puss in Boots. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 10 2 00 



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No. 1\ allie. No. in :Thlould. No. to Lb. Price. 
x 193 K,angaroo. . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 11 2 00 
x 191 Giraffe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 12 2 00 
x 195 Fancy Pipe. . . . . . . .............. :2 12 2 00 
x 196 Rifle.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! 38 1 30 
197 Irishlnan. . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3 23 1 3u 
x 198 Chinaman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 19 1 30 
x 19H Israel i tee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 10 1 30 
200 Uncle Sam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 23 1 30 
201 Dutchman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 16 1 30 
x 202 Dog Sitting Up.. . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. .. 3 12 1 65 
203 Basket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 14 2 00 
201 Dog Running.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 21 1 30 
205 Shears ................ ........... 3 38 1 30 
206 Shovel. . . . . . . . . ..... .... .... ..... 3 21 1 HU 


LARGE MOULDS FOR HOLLOW" OR 
CLEAR TOYS. 


No. Name. 
1 Deer.............. .. .. ........ 
2 Deer....... .................... 
3 Horse.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
* 1 Horse..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
5 Horse.... . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 
6 Horse...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
* 7 Horse.... . . . . . . . . - . ., ......... . 
* 8 Call1el . . .. . . . . . . . . . . ... . .. . . . .. . 
9 Camel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
10 Elephant.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
11 Elephant and Boy. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 
* 12 Goat..... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
* 13 Cat.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 
1 ! Cat. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
15 Dog.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
l{j Dog Lying Down. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
17 Dog.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
1
 'V m. Penn... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
* 19 I11di an.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
20 Rooster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
21 Rooster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
22 Locolnotive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
23 Locomotive, Rabbit Engineer. . . 


Size. No. in ::\Iould. Price. 
5x7 1 $ 4 00 
3 xl" 1 2 60 
5
 x 5
 1 6 75 
2
 x 2! 1 1 00 
2
- x 2
 2 2 00 
3 x 2
 1 1 00 
2 x 2
 H :2 00 
3x3 1 1 65 
5
 x 5
 1 ß 1"5 
3x5 1 2 00 
3x3 1 1 30 
3 x 21 2 2 00 

 x l
 1 2 no 
3 x 4
 1 2 00 
ßx! 1 G 7;) 
3
 x 5
 1 2 60 
3
 x l
 2 3 10 
5
 high 1 :2 00 
5
 high 1 2 00 
5 x 3} 1 2 00 
3
 x 3 1 1 00 
lOx 5
 1 13 00 
3
 x 3
 1 2 G-) 



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No. Name. 
24 Basket.... . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 
25 Basket.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
26 Priest Blessing Children...... . 
27 Wash ington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
28 U. S. Grant.......... . . . . . . . . . 
29 Gllll.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
30 Gll11.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
31 Ship Full Sail...... . . . . . . . . . . . 
32 Steamboat....... . . . . . . .. .. .. .. 
33 Ro\y boat .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
3:1 Ruw boa t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
* 35 Row boat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
36 Whistle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
37 Whistle.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
38 Spread Eagle on Half Globe. . . . 
39 Rabbit..... .................. 
40 Rabbit...... . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 
* 41 Lan1 b . . . . . . . . . . .. ... . . . . . . . . . . 
42 Lamb.... . . . . . . . . . . .. ........ 
43 Row boat. . .. .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. 
4-1 Elephant, Jlunbo.... .... ...... 
45 Lion.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
* 46 J{night on Horseback. . . . . . . . . 
47 Fire Engine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
48 Buffalo... . . . . . . . . . .., . . . ... . . . 


Size. No. in )Iould. Price. 
2 x G 1 9 25 
4l x 4 1 2 60 
2x6 1 130 
7 in. high 1 1 30 
2} in. high 1 2 00 
7 in. long 3 2 00 
7 in. high 1 1 00 
7
 x 6 1 G 75 
6
 x 4 1 6 75 
9 in. long 1 4 00 
6 in. long 1 1 00 
2
 in. long 2 2 00 
4 2 00 
3 1 30 
4 x 6 1 G 75 
5 x 5 1 2 f10 
3x3 2 200 
4xG 1 260 
31 x 3
 2 2 00 
-1
 x 2
 1 2 00 
8
 x 6 1 6 75 
8
 x () 1 (j 75 
3 x 5
 1 1 30 
5 x 7 1 G 75 
5
 x 8 1 6 75 


VANILLA CREAM BARS. 
7 lbs. 'Vhite Sugar. 3 pints 'Vater. 
2 lbs. Glucose. Vanilla Flavoring. 
PuocE
s.-DissoIYe the sugar 1vith 'yater in a clean 
pan; add the glucose and boil in the usual ,yay to the 
degree of feather, 243; pour the contents on a damp 
slab; let it remain a few minutes to cool; then ,vith a 
pallette knife ,york it up to ,vhite cream, adding a tint 
of blue to bleach it; ,vhen the ,,
hole has become a 
smooth crean1, return it to the pan and 11101t it just 
sufficient that it may pour out smooth and level; stir in 



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the flavor and run on pouring plate! inch thick; ,yhen 
set cut into bars. 


RASPBERRY OR ROSE CREAM BARS. 
7 lbs. 'Vhite Sugar. i3 pints 'Vater. 
2 lbs. Glucose. Raspberry or Rose Flayor. 
PHocEss.-l\Ielt the sugar in the ,yater, add the 
glucose and boil to 24
; pour contents on 
lab, Hnd 
,yhen cool diyide the boil into three parts; color one 
part red, add sonle pure chocolate to another, and to a 
third add a pinch of blue, cream each part by rubbing 
on slab to a snlooth paste; in rubbing in the pure choco- 
late, see that you have enough to lnake it a rich bro,yn 
 
for red portion use just suffieient to giye a light rObC 
pink. 'Vhen all finished, n1el t each portion separately 
in the P:U1 just sufficiently soft to run to a leyel surface; 
pour out first the red, then the chocolate on top of red 
sheet, then the ,,"hite on top of chocolate; this ,yilllnake 
[I creanl cake to cnt np into bars. Hon1e do not take the 
trouble to nlelt the crealn, being satisfied to spread the 
paste out, slnoothing- it on top ,vith a pallette knifp; 
this ans"Ters the purpose but docs not look so ,yell. 


COCOANUT CREAM. 


7 lhs. 'Vhite Sugar. 
3 lbs. Cocoanut peeled and sliced. 
:2 lbs. Glucose. 3 pints "T [Iter. 
Red Coloring. 
PHocEss.-Boil the sugar, glucose and" ater in the 
usual ,yay to the degree 24Ö; pour contents on slab; 
divide the boil into t\yO lots; ,vhen <':001, l'olor one part 



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light pÏl1k and put a small touch of blue in the other; 
add the sliced cocoanut, half into each part, then COln- 
nlence to creanl theln by rubbing. ""'hen both parts 
ha YC been luixed in to a snlooth pastc, it is ready for 
sale, being usually sold by cutting fron} rough block. 
N.B.-Cut al1nonds, ground ,yalnuts, etc., are used 
in the saIne "
ay as directed for cocoanuts. The boils 
lnay or nlay not be flayored, but a little ÏInproves it and 
lnakes it fragrant. 


MAPLE CREAM. 
8 lbs. Yello,y Sugar. 
 lbs. Glucose. 
1 quart S"
eet Creanl. 
Roil the sugar, glucose and creanl to 242 on 
thernlonleter, stirring all the tÏIne; ,yhen done lift off 
the fire and let stand till nearly cold (placing it ,,
hcre 
it ,,'"ill cool quickly), theu stir until it sets; then lnelt 
o""er a slo,," fire (stirring constantly) un til it be(:onles a 
nice erealny consistency, pour on a ,yell greased tin, 
lay about one inch deep, let stand till eold, ,,-hen b
" 
turning oyer the tin it ,,
ill fall out. After the bat(:h is 
set to cool in the tin, on no account disturb it as it ,yill 
make the creanl crack into pieces ,yhen turning out. 
If this is too expensiye a recipe use milk instead of 
Creall1 and add half a pound of butter. 


CHRISTMAS PUDDING (IMITATION). 
7 lbs. 'Vhite Sugar. ! lb. l\Iixed Peel. 
1 lb. Raisins. 
t lb. S,yeet Al1nonds blanched chopped. 
1 lb. Currants. 1 oz. l\Iixed Spice. 
t j. .. lIb. Sultanas. 2 pints 'Yater 



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PHOCEs
.-Prepare fruit by "
ashing currants in 
cold ,yater, aftcr,vards drying the1n; stone raisins: 
blanch and chop aln10nds; cut the peel in stripes, thcn 
n1ix them together, adding the spice; boil the sugar and 
"
atcr to t'all degree; ren10ye the pan from the fire; 
grain the boil by rubbing the syrup against the side of 
the pan in the u
ual ,yay; ,,
hen it beconles crean1

, 
add the nlixed fruit, carefully stirring the ,,
hole until 
thoroughly incorporated; haye some "
et cloths ready, 
into ,yhich diyide the boil; tie them yery tight and 
hang the1ll up until set hard. The blanched aln10nds 
arc used to represen t suet and should be chopped 
ac
ol'dingly . 


BROVVN CREAM PUDDING. 


7 lbs. Bro"
n Sugar. 2 lb. Raisins. 
2 lbs. Glucose. ! lb. l\Iixed Peel. 
1 lb. Currants. ! oz. l\Iixed Spice. 
! lb. Sultanas. 2 pints 'Vater. 
PROCE
R.-Dissolve the sugar in the ,vater and put 
the pan on the fire and add the glucose; let the ,,
hole 
boil to a stiff ball, then pour the contents on a damp 
pouring plate; ,,
hen nearly cold con1mence to crean1 by 
rubbing and ,yorking it about the sIn b ,,,ith pallette 
knife until it beco1nes opaque, stiff and cre(uny, haye 
the fruit prepared and 111ix as in prcyious recipe. then 
,york then1 into the boil "rith spatula; no"r diyide the 
boil into snulll basins, holding about one pound each; 
press the creanl ,veIl dO"ïl and let them rC1nain till set. 
Take then1 out, brush oyer the1n a thin solution of gunl 



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and d us t them ,vi th po,vdered sugar to represen t frost- 
1ng. Before putting the cream in the basins, shake a 
little icing sugar over the basins, it ,viII keep then1 
froll1 sticking. 


RASPBERRY NOYEAU. 


f> Ibs. 'Vhite Sugar. 1 lb. ...1\.lmonds, blanched and 
1 lb. Glucose. ß pints 'Vater. Dried. 
2 lbs. Raspberry JaIn. Liquid Brilliant Rose Color. 
pl{OCE
s.-Boil the sugar, glucose and ,vater to the 
hall degree, 250 
 ease the pan off the fire, add the jan1 
and al1nonds, ""ith suffieient color to make the ""hole a 
bright red; let the batch boil through, kceping it stirred 
gen tly until thoroughly nlixed; no,v relnOye the pan 
frOll1 the fire and see if the batch has turned opaque; if 
not rub SOlne of the syrup against the side of the pan 
and stir until ,,"hole boil sho""s a little crcalny, then 
pour out on ,yafer paper, keeping the sheet about three- 
quarters of an inch thick; leyel the top do,,'n ,yith pal- 
lette knife and CO\TCl' ,,"Ith ""a fer pnper; ""hen sct re- 
moye to a clean board and cut into bars ".ith a shnrp 
knife. In running sheets to thickness, arrange the 
loose bars on the pouring plate to forn1 a square in pro- 
portion to the size of the boil. .A.hnost any kind of 
jêun can be substituted for ftayoring Noyeau. 


VVHAT TO DO VVITH SCRAPS AND 
SIFTINGS. 


It is necessary to kno,y ho,y to use up the scraps, 
siftings, spoiled boil candies and other,vise unsaleable 



Bakers' and Confectioners' 1"ools and ...
Iachinery 91 


goods. People ,vho n1ake jam or liquorice goods kno,v 
of course ,vhat to do ,vith then1; but small makers 
often accumulate lots of ,vaste ,y hich seems al,,?ays in 
the ,,?ay. This should be avoided as much as possible" 
not only on the ground of econon1Y, but for the 
good order and general appearance of the ,vorkshop. 
Keep the acid scraps separate from the others; have 
t\VO pnns (earthen,vare ,viII do) and make it a rule, 
,vhen s,veeping dO'Vll the pIa tcs, to thro,y the acid 
scraps into one pan and the others into the second pan; 
keep then1 ,veIl covered ,,
ith "rater, and, as the syrup 
then gets too thick, put in more ,yater in order that the 
scraps n1ay dissolve. 'Vhen making dark goods such as 
cough candy, cough drops, cocoal1ut candy, stick ja,,"', 
etc., use a proportion of this syrup in each hoil, dip- 
ping it out with a ladle. ,....\.s a rule a careful ,vorklnan 
,,?ould use up his scraps every day. S01l1e use the 
111achine scraps by putting then1 in the next boil "Then 
sugar is on the slab. The "Triter's experience is that 
that Inethod is obje
tiona ble, as it not only causes the 
boil to be cloudy, but very often grains it. l\Ielt the 
acid 
eraps in "
ater enough to foru1 it thin syrup; put 
in some ,,'hiting, po"Tdered chalk or ]Ï1ne; put the pan 
on the fire and stir until ,vhole boils; see that aU the 
scraps are dissolved; remoye the pnn and let it stand 
for an hour, then 
train through flannel. Use this 
syrup in the saIne "ray aç; the other for 111aking COU1- 
mon goods. 



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CREAM FOR CHOCOLATE CREAMS 
OR BARS. 
10 Ibs. 'Vhite Sugar. 2
 lbs. Glucose. 
3 pints "Tater. 
PROCESS.-Pllt the sugar, glucose and ",vatel' In a 
clean pan and boil in the usual ,yay until the bat<.:h 
rene-hes the degree of feather 245 ; (keep the sides of the 
pan free frolll sugar); pour out on dalnp pouring plate 
and let it remain till nenrly cold; then \"ith long pal- 
lette knife COlll111ence to rub the sugar against the plate 
ilnd ,york it about until it changes fro111 a clear syrup 
to S110"" ,,,hite crealny substance; then knead it ,,-ith 
the hand until of unifornl softness and no I UlllpS left in 
the mass; it is now. ready for use and 111ay be kept 
co'
ered in stone\yare jars until required for yarious 
purposes. In ".Tinter the sugar need not be boiled so 
high; in hot ,,-eather, a little higher. 'Vhen packing 
the cream a ,yay in jars it is better to keep the top 
1110ist by laying on a dalnp cloth before putting in the 
cork. Seeing that creanl keeps so ,yell, of course it is 
saving to lnake 111uch larger bntches at a tiIne. This 
can be easil

 arranged b
T 111ultiplying the proportions 
according to size of pan and convenience. These pro- 
portions are a guido, but the "Triter kno,,'s of no absolute 
l11ust be this or that, although he has made as lnany 
creanl goods as 1110St people and \vith as m neh SUCCOES. 
He h:ts seen as fine a sample luade in the sanle 
,vorkshop ,vhen the boil \vas Inade up a little different. 
Ho,veyer, in SUbll1itting his o,,-n fornlula, it 1l1ay be 
taken for granted he is not a BliIe fronl the bull's e
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Chocolate Melter or Warmer. 


No.1 Size, 12
 x 14 x 6, price. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .......'........ $2 00 
No. 2 Size, 14} x 16 
 x 6, , · .......................... - . . . . .. 2 25 
::\Iade from best quality of Tin Plate. 


CHOCOLATE CREAM BUNS AND 
CAKES. 


10 lbs. Sugar. 
2
 lbs. Glucose. 


3 pints 'Vater. 

 oz. v? anilla Essence. 


PROCEs
.-Boil the sugar, glucose and ".ater in the 
ordinary \yay to the strong feather 24Ö, then pour on 
damp slab} let it rCll1ain until nearly cold, add the 
flavor, and ,yith pallette knife ,york up the boil till 
,yhite anù creêuny; shape it \vith the hands or press 
into tin lnoulds; stand it in a ,yarnl place to harden a 
little on the outside. l\Ielt sonle chocolate paste and 
cover the goods smoothly \vith it, using either knife or 
brush; "Then dry glazc thCll1 by brushing on a solution 
of shellac dissolved in alcohol. 



94 l!'letche}. lJlanufactu1"ing Co., Toronto. 


N. B.-In this recipe the sugar is boiled higher 
than the "Cl'ealTI for Chocolate Cream," because the 
goods are so large the soft cream ,yould not keep in 
shape. In 111elting pure chocolate sÏInply put it in a 
tin together ,yith a piece of lard or cocoa butter, stand 
it near the fire, give it an occasional stir; it ,,
ill soon 
disolye; use no ,yater or it ,viII run to po,vder and be 
spoiled. 


TAFFY PANS. 
Per dozen, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2. 


SWINGING PANS. 
We make any size to order. 


CRYSTALIZING PANS AND WIRE rrRAYS. 
Extra Quality. 
14 x 10 x 2
, complete $3.50. 


COPPER CANDY LADLE. 


Ko. 1, Fig. 7, 


Price, $1.50. 


Fig. 7. 


CHOCOLATE CREAM BARS No. I. 


10 Ibs. 'Vhite Sugar. 
2
 IL
. Glucose. 
l\Ielted Chocolate. 
PROCEss.-Prepare the cream as directed in Crean1 
for Chocolate Crealn, or use some úf that crean1. Have 
80111e tins with edges one and one-half inches deep: 


3 pints 'Vater. 
Vanilla Flavor. 



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grease sonle paper and fit it neatl
" round the sides and 
bottonl. l\Ielt sonle of the creanl on a slo,,," fire; flavor 
,vith ''''anilla as soon as cream is sufficiently melted; 
relnove the pan and pour contents into the tins to 
l1ulke a sheet about one inch thick or less. 'Yhen set 
carefully empt
.., so as not to break the cake 
 have 
sonle Inelted chocolate and ,,
ith a soft brush coat the 
creanl on both sides; lay them on ,,
ires till cold and 
set; cut up into bars the required size. The knife for 
cutting bars of creanl should be good, having a thin 
polished blade ,yith a good edge. An old ,yorn-out 
thing breaks the cream and makes it irregular. 


COPPER CANDY DROP LADLE. 


1\0. 2, Fig. 8, 


Price, $2.25. 


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10 lbs. 'Vhit
 Sugar. 
2
 Ibs. Glucose. 
l\Ieltecl Chocolate. 
.PROCE

.-Prepare the tins by lining ,yith greased 
paper, fitting theul 
nl1oothly; Il1elt sonle. s"yeet choco- 
". 
late paste and pour it about a quarter of an inch thick 
on the bOttoll1 of the tins; ,yhen set prepare sonle creanl 
as directed for "Creall1 for Chocolatc Cretun," or use 


3 pints "Tater. 

 oz. Esscnce Vanilla. 



.90 Jt"letcher ,';]Ianufactu}.ing CO.} Toronto. 


SOlne of tha t creanl, Inelting it over a slo,v fire (do not 
allow it to boil); stir in the extract of vanilla and pour 
the batch in tins about oce inch deep; ,\\Then set, coat 
on top "Tith n1clted s"Tcet chocola te; ,vhen this lot is 
cold and lJ uite set, cut up into bars ".itb a sharp knife. 
BATCH PANS. 


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,vith Sheet Iron Rim to 
allow them to set in 
furnace. 
No.1, diam. at rims, 
12 inch, bottOlll 11 in., 
$7 50. 
No.2, dianl. at rims 
13 inch, bottom 12 in., 
$8 50. 


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CHOCOLATE DROPS, PLAIN. 


"Tarn1 son1e s,veet chocolate; ,vhen it is just suffie- 
iently heated to be pliable, pinch off little piecps, roll 
then1 in the hands to size of a s
all marble; place then1 
in ro'ys on sheets of ,vhite paper, each ro,r about an 
inch apart; "Then the sheet is covered, take it by the 
corners and lift it up and dO"Tn, letting it touch the 
slab each time; this ,viII flatten the balls into drop 
shapes; they should be about the size of a ten cent 
piece on the botton1; ,vhen cold they ,vill slip off the 
paper ,vithout any trouble. 


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CHOCOLATE DROPS (NONPAREIL.) 


Process exactly as for plain drops. 'Vhen the 
drops have been flattcned, 
over thc sheets of paper 
entirely oyer ,yith ,,
hite nonpareil (hundreds and 
thousands); ,y hen the drops are dry shake oft' the SUf- 
p] U:s ones. 


CHOCOLATE CREAMS. 


l\Ielt SOll1C crealn (sce "Creanl for Choeolate Croaln") 
usc the runner and fill the moulds; in an hour the 
ereall1 ,yill be set hard enough to be taken out of the 
moulds; they are then ready for 
oating. "Tarn1 SOllIe 
S\\ycct ehocolate paste until IncIted, then drop tlH\ 
el'ean1S into the Inelted ehocolate, t,yO or three a t a 
tiIne; lift then1 out ,,
ith a long fork and place the111 on 
glazcd paper or sheets of tin to dry; put thel11 in a cool 
IJIacc to harden; paek eal'efuIJy in paper lined boxes in 
such a Inanner that they hardly touch each other; if 
packed roughl
T like 1110st oth('r candics, thcy beeol1H.' 

potted and rough, spoiling- the appearanec altogether. 
Ruhber nloulds arc no"T largely used for nlaking 
the
e goods 
 being n1uch <..:lcaner and yery n1u
h easicr 
u
ed th<1]1 
tal'ch 1110ulds, Hlld for nc\y bl'gill1l0r
 <ll'e 
ycry' llllH;h bctter than starch. Thesc Illoulds are l10\\" 
to bp bought luuch ('hcapcr than they ,ycre a fc,y years 
ago, thc prÜ'c no,\r hcillg' ahout $1.40 per lb. Thesc 
l110nlds ,ycigh about t\yO pounds each and. hold ninety 

ho
olatc drops and ean bc rcfilled every half hour. 
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onld strongly ad vise the pnrehasc of rubber 



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1110ulds, as besides the saYing of tinle, neither starch 
boards, starch, plaster 1110ulds or hello,ys are required. 
Fletcher l\Ianfg Co., carry a full line of 1110ulds for 
chocola tes and creanlS. 


CHOCOLATE FOR DIPPING. 


This nlixing is so often required by confectioners 
for 
o 11lany purposes that a good general recipe ,,,in 
not he out of place. If the instructions are follo,yed and 
a little discretion used ,yith the colors, a light glossy 
ehocolate coating ,,
ill be the result. 
1 lb. Pure Chocolate. Chocolate Bl'o,yn Colol'. 
3 oz. 'Vhite 'Y"ax. Cochineal. 
PROCE

.-Pllt the chocolate in a saucepan; stand 
011 the furnace pIa te or near a fire; break up the 'YêlX 
into little pieces and stir it in until all is Inelted; thon 
add the bro'\
n ('0101', ,,
ith a little liquid cochIneal, 
stirring the ,,,hole until thoroughly nlixed; it is then 
ready for use. For eheap COlnmon goods, n10re ,,,ax 
Inay be used. 'Yhen mixing in the color try a little on 
a piece of \\
hite paper until satisfied ,yith the blend. 


GELATINE COCOANUT BARS 
(YELLOVV). 
8 lbs. 'Vhite Sugar. 1 oz. Acid Tartaric. 
6 I bs. Glucose. ß pin ts 'Vater. 
2
 lbs. Gelatine. Saffron Color. 
3 lbs. Cocoanut sliced. Lemon Flavor. 
PROCEsS.-Soak the gelatine in cold ,vater for 
t\vel ye hours, boil the sugar, glucose and ,,"'ater to a 



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stiff ball, 2Öã; ren10ye the pan froll1 the fire; stir in the 
gelatine till dissolyed; let it stand for a fe,y ll1inutes 
and remoye the scun1 fron1 the top, then add the acid, 
flavor and cocoanut; gently stir the ,,
hole until ,yell 
111ixed ; tinge a bright yello,y ,yith saffron; pour in to 
oiled tins, nUlking the sheet -2- inch thick ; ,,
hen set, cut 
up in sticks to sell t,yO or four for a cent. 
N.R.-This boillnay be diyided into t,yO lots, one 
half colored red and flayored, raspberry, or a second 
boil luay be Inade precisely as this one altering the 
color and flayor only. 


PATENT RUBBER CANDY MOULDS 


Ne,v Patterns. 
rrhe best process in the 'world for making moulded Bon-boBS or 
French Creams and grained work, is by using Patent Rubber Candy 

Ioulds. They ,vill entirely supplant the use of starch as a lTIould 
for llUtllufacturing such candies for the following reasons. 


I.-Not alone can all the patterns at present made ill starch be 
reproduced in these moulds but also a large variety of others ,vith a 
perfection not before known, and which it v{ould be Ï111possible to 
use in starch. 


II.-A much superior quality of goods is produced, in as llluch 
as the candies shO'w as perfect a pattern as the moulds thelnsel Yes. 
IlL-A. saving at least 33 per cent is accomplished in labor. 
IV.- No starch boards or starch is required, consequently the 
filling, pr'inting, sifting and blowing off are dispensed ,vith-six 
itelns of expense. 
V.-The moulds specially faciliate the making of crealH wal- 
nuts, cream ahnonds and cream jellies and other combinations, 
because the nuts, etc., can be pressed on the candy as soon as it has 
been poured into the llloulds. This cannot be done with starch 
moulds, as any pressure on those will Jestroy the pattern. 



100 Fletchel- Jlanufactll1-ing (}o.) Toronto. 


VI.-Casting into starch moulds requires considerable exper- 
ience and skill in order to do work well, ,vhile any 'workman can 
turn out the most perfect work with the rubber n10ulds, 'without 
any previous experience in such ,vork. 


VII.-A saving of room is effected, as a starch rOO1n is not 
required and the capacity of the rubber n10ulds is so much greater 
than starch boards of equal size that a cúmparatïvely less number 
of moulds are required to produce an equal quantity of goods. 
VIII.-No starch being used, the shop will renlain much cleaner. 
These moulds are made of Pure Para Rubber and will, ,vith 
proper usage last from twelve to fifteen years, judging from those 
,vhich have been in u
e for the past four years. 
An objection which natural1y suggests itself to a person who 
has never tried these llloulds, is that the candies might possibly 
have some taste of the rubber. This is not the case, ho,vever. 


:KOT THE SLIGI-ITEST TASTE OF RUBBER 


is liscernable. Not one of our Inany customers, either in this city 
or throughout the country, has made a single complaint. This 
proves that there is absolutely no difference between candies n1ade 
in rubber moulds and candies n1ade in starch Inoulds. 
The dmnand for these n10ulds increases every year. 


'VRITE FOR PHICES A
D PARTICULARS. 


Cream to be run in these Inoulds bhonld Le cooked one degTee 
lower than usual for starch. 
Crystal 
 degree lower than usual for starch. 
Before using New :\Ioulds for first time, soak for half an hour 
ill 
trong COlnlnon wa- hing soda and water. 


CHEAP JELLY GOODS. 


1-:1 lb:s. 'Vhite Sugar. 
12 Its. (
Iueose. 
3 lbs. G'clatine. 
Flayor. 
PROCE

.-Soak thc fYclatinc in eold "yater for 


:! oz. Tartarie _\cid. 

 pint:' 'Yater. 
Color. 


t,yelvc hours; briIlg thc sugar: and ,yater to a boil, 



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then aùd the glucose and continue boiling till it reaches 
the degrce of stiff ball 
 ren10ye the pan froDl the fire 
and stir jn the gclatine and a(:id tiB disso]yed 
 color anù 
fiayor to fanc
T 
 remoye thp scum and run the batch 
into tins. Sct the goods aside for t\yclyc hours, then 
cut up into jubes and l'rystalize ,,'ith fine po,Ydere,d 
sugar. This is a ('heap line; there is not nluch body in 
thcln, but they scll a t a pricc and giYC satisfaction. 


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Candy Tongs. 


No. 
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T;n. 
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60 
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Copper, 
73 
1.25 
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Tin per thousand,. . . . . . .8-1-.00 
Brass " . . . . . .. 5.50 
Silvered" .,..... 7.0G 


JELLY FANCIES. 


I:! los. 
llgar. 
7 los. (
Incosc. 
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õ) pin S H atcr. 
Pl:OCE

,-
oak g'0 In tiue III ('old ,,'n tcr for t,,'cl \TC 
hours. Boil t110 sugar, glllcu
c and ,,"atcr in the usual 
,yay to thc degrcc of ball; renlOYC thc pan frOln the 
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;3 lhs Gelatine. 
=! oz. T Lll'tarie _\eiù. 



102 l-letche'1. lJlan'llfact'lo.ing Co., rl'OI.onto. 


fire and stir in the gelatine gradually until dissolved; 
let it stand for a fe,v minutes; take off the scunl as it 
rises, then divide the boil, if required in Inore than one, 
color and fiayúr each portion to fancy, then run the 
boil in the moulds; ,vhen set put then1 on clean slab, 
sprinkle some cold ,vater over them and roll theln 
about until all are damped, then cover them ,vith fine 
erystal sugar and nlix thel11 up till crystalized all over, 
and spread them out on trays to dry. 
The different recipes already given ,vill give the 
reader a general idea ho,v gelatine goods are nlade. By 
using different colors, flavors and shapes an infinitc 
variety can be produced. It ,yould seryc no good pur- 
posp to further Inultiply these formulas for s1na11 goods. 


JAM ROLEY POLEY. 


10 Ibs. \Vhite Sugar. 

) lbs. Glucose. 
2 lbs Gelatine. 
f'arnline Color. 


1 lb. R,aspbcrry Jam. 
] lb. Dcsit:cated Cocoanut. 
i3 pints 'Vater. 


p]{OCE

.-Soak the gelatine ill cold ,vater for t,velve 
hours; boil the sugar, glucosc and ,vater sharply to 
stiff ball; renl0ye the pan froln the firp, stir in the 
gelatine, stand aside till SCUln rises and skiln it off; 
di vide the boil in to t,,-o portions, (lnix together 1 oz. 
tartaric acid, 1 oz. carbonate of soda, 2 oz. icing sugar); 
drop this po,vder and the desiccated cocoanut into one 
half of the boil and stir briskl
y untiJ the ,,,hole rises in 
a ,vhite fo(un,
 then run out into tins, on sheet about! 



Soda þ"ounls} Gene't o alo1".ç:} (}ylindel..c:) Etc. 10.1 


inch thick; no\v take the other half, color bright red, 
adding the raspberry jaln; stir till thoroughly mixed 
and run this on top of the ,vhite sheet about the snme 
thickness; ,,
hen cold and hard, taKe out the sheets and 
Inake a roll of each. 
N. B.-Let the red portion be cool 'v hen run oyer 
the "yhite, as the ,,,hite being lighter \vill cOlne to the 
top if disturbed by the lnixtnre being too hot. 


RASPBERRY JELLIES. 


9 lbs. ''''"hite Sugar. ;
 pints "Tnter. 
G lhs. n lucose 
 oz. Tartarie .Acid. 

 lbs. ...\pple Jelly. 
 oz. Es
en
e RaspbeIT
T. 
211bs. Gelatine. Carluille Colol'. 
PJ{OCE8
.-
oak the gelatine as usual; hoil the 
sugar, glucose and ,yater to a 
tiff hall; renl0ye the 
pan froln the fire; stir in the gelatine anù let it l'cnu1Ïn 
till SCUIn rises; skin1 it off, then add jelly, a(:id and 
tIayor and sufficicnt color to Illake a hright red: no,y 
Inould the ba teh into Raspberry shapes and put tIH'IU 
in a cold place. 'Yhen set stiff, put th
 good
 in thin 
layers in a cr
'stalizing tin nnd L:o\
er theln \\-ith cold 
s
'rul'. Let theln relnain undisturbed for t'\-e 1 yp hotlr
, 
then drain off all thp surplus syrup and tllrH the ra
p- 
herries on clean trays; \\-hCll dry, pack. 
N. 13.- \Yhp)l putting jplly good
 ill till
, be eareful 
that the layers are not thick, a
 they lay so 
losc that 
the syrup eallllot get ill het" Ct'l1 the111. A. good plan is 
to have ,,-ire trays and fix three or fOlll' loo
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104 Fletcher Jlanll(actuJ';ng ['0.) To/.onto. 


t in, taking their bearings on the enùs of the erystnl- 
izing tin. By this Ineans you ".ill get 1l10Te in a tin 
"rith better result. Boil the syrup in the proportion of 
six ponnds best ,,,bite sugar to each quart ,vater, to 
thp degree of Sll100tll 215. It l11ust he qnite eold 'Y}H'n 
used for gelatine ,york or the goods ,,,ill (:on1e ont of 
the tins in a solid hloek. 


BLACK CURRANT JELLIES. 


9 lbs. 'Yhite Sugar. 
() lbs. G 111cose. 
::!-i I bs. Gc In tine. 
Purple Coloring. 
PROCE

.-Soak gelatine as usual, tnllooth oft' and 
nlol11d fondan t shapes. Boil the sugar, glucose aLù 
,,-ateI', as already directed, to a stiff' ball 
 rel110YC the 
pa 11 frot11 the fire, drop in tbe gelatine, a fe"
 'pieces at 
a tiIne, stir till dissolved. Let it l'elnain a short till1c 
till the 
cum rises: skim it oft
 then stir in the tartaric 
acid, jelly and sufficient color to Inake the n1ixture a 
hright eolor, then n10uld the batch. 'Yhen the goods 
are firmly set, place then1 in layers on ,yire fJ'èllnCS 
fitted for crystalizing pan: arrange the franles in the 
tins and coyer ,vith cold syrup; let thenl stand for 
t\velye or fourteen hours undisturbed, then drain off' the 
surplus syrup 
 take thel11 carcfully out of the tins, 
p3.ek then1 on (' lean tray
; ,yhen dry they. are ready 
for hoxing. Thesp goods require handling gently: 
thcy arc very dcli<'atc and easi1,
 crushed. 
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:! oz. Tartaric Acid. 
;
 pill ts "Va ter. 



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PINEAPPLE JELLIES. 


8 Ibs. ',,"hite Sugar. 
8 lbs. G lueose 
21lbs. Gelatine. 
Pineapple Fia '-01'. 
PRocE

,-Soak the gC'la tiue in sufti<..:Ï0nt cold 
,yater to coycr it. Boil the sugar, glucose and "Tater 
as usual to stiff b
tll and l'Cn10Ve the pan froB1 the fire: 
stir in the gelatine, "Tait till seun1 rises and ren10ye it : 
then add the acid, tia VOl' and 
llffieicn t color to Blake 
hright Y0llo,r: pour the n1ixin
 into pineapple Inoulds : 


;
 oz. Tartaric Aeid. 
;1 pints 'Vater. 
Saffron Color. 



LOU 
F'letchel. 1.1Ianlllactln.ing Co.) 7'o}.onfo. 


keep them in a cold place till set; pack them in layers 
in ,virp frames; put them in the crystalizing tins and 
cover \yith cold syrup; stand aside ,vhere they ,yill not 
be shaken or disturbed for t,yel ve or fourteen hours; 
then dra\v off the surplus syrup and put the min clean 
trays to dry. In fta voring these goods, use the pine- 
apple gently, only a fc\y drops, too much spoils thenl. 


" Daisy" Peanu
 Roaster. 


Fig. 213 a. 


Price, $5 00 


'Ve make this to fit ordinary Cook 
Stoves if so ordered at same price. 



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Fletcher's" UNCLE SAM" Dry Air Peanut Warmer. 
.T apanned and Ornalnented Glass Front. 
Size-1 foot 7 in. x 1 foot 5 in., 1 foot 10 in. high. 
Price cOlllplete. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ,.,... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,Sf) 50 



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Kingery's Perfection Steam Power Coffee and Peannt R01ster 
and Warmer. 
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2 Peck Size. Tin \Varmer...... . . . . . . . . . .. . 
2 Peck Size, Copper \\Tarmer.. .... .... ..., 
1 Bushel Size, 'rill "\Varmer.... ' . . . . . . . . . . 
1 Bushel Size, Copper \Varmer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Size and Style of 
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BEST VVAY TO CRYSTALIZE GUM 
GOODS. 
Iß lbs. Best 'Vhite Sugar. 
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PROCE

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crystalizing tins: bring- the aboye quantity of snp;ar and 
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then slip the hands in to the middlp of the g-oods, and 
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carefully and 
oYer the tin; do not again disturb it for 
the next t"
elYe hours, ',,-hen the goods ,yill be ready to 
drain and dry. To an experienced luan, this lllethod 
n1ay seen1 a little dangerous and li
cly to spoil the 
crystal: but it ,yill not do so if done 
arefully. Of 
cours<" it is understood the goods are not to be roughly 
stirred up, but shnply loosened. 


Concentrated Flower and Essence Flavors 
for Confectioners. 
ESPECIALLY .A.DAPTED FOR FINEST 'YORIL 
Essence 1\Iaraschino. Essence Cachou. 
.. Pistachio. .. Bon-Ton
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Ràtafia. " 1\Iirabf'l1s. 
" Lilly of the Yalley. .. Sweet Briar. 
d Dainty. .. Locust Flower. 
.. :French Rose. " Lilac Blossoms. 
.. Ylang Ylan
. " Fleur de Raisin. 
Patchouli. " Apple Blossom. 
,. rruberose " Violet (True). 
.. Carnation. ,. ,\\Tood \Tiolet. 
, . Heliotrope. ,. Orange Blosso1l1. 
.. Crabapple. " Hawthorne. 
.. .J aSInine. " 'Vild OliyE'. 
.. :Thlillifluers. " :Thlnsk. 
.. Hyacinth. 


Flavoring Extracts. 
Extract Currant. Extract Anisette. 
" 
T aluaica Ginger. " Apple. 
" Uooseberry. " Apricot. 
" Grape. ' . Banana. 
" Lemon. ' . Bitter Ahnonds 
" ::\Ieacl. . , Blackberry. 
. , Nectar. ' . Catawba. 
, . Orris. " Cherry. 
, . Cinnamon. . 
 Plum. 
Quince. " Raspberry. 
" }{ose. ' . Sarsaparilla. 
, . Stra w berry. " Win tergreen. 


Essential Oils. 
Best Qualities. 
Our Essential Oils ,vill be founJ equal to anything obtainable. , 
Write us for prices on anything you require. ""'e cater especially 
to the candy makers and confectioners. 
FLETCHER :ThlNF'G. CO. 
b-!O & 412 Y onge Street. 
Toronto,Ont. 



}'ruit Oil'
J E...-:sent ial Oils, Ext rart'
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FLETCHER MNF'C. CO. 


IlJlporfeJ.s and lJ(Jalerx in 


Confectioners Colors, I
]avor- 
lng Extracts, Concentrated Fruit 
Oils, Flower Essences, Fine 
Esselltial Oils, Soluble Extracts, 
etc., for Bakers and Confectioners. 


PURE FRUIT JUICES 


prepared by newly discovered 
process, keep a:JY length of time 
corkecl or ullCOrl{ed in allY tempear- 
ture. 


Fl_ETCll ER l\Inf'g. Co. 
4-1-0 & -t
2 Y onge St 
T orontc. 



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PURE MALT EXTR ACT. 


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Largely used by Bal{ers to 
prevent Bread from becoming dry, 
and to give it a sweet and' nutty 
Flavor. I t ensures shorter and 
sOllnder F'ermentation. 


BR

AD made wit]:,. it is easily 
digested, makes larger loa\Tcs, golden 
tinged crust, general satisfaction to 
the Consumer and profit to the 
Baker. 


AGENTS, 


FLETCHER Mnf'g. Co. ... 
44 0 & 442 Y onge St, 
T orollto. 


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FLETCHER MNF'G. CO. 


TOROXTO 


CANADIAN ACENTS FOR 


THECELEBRATEDXXXXBRANDOFGLUGOSE 


Guaranteed Equal, if not Superior, to 
any on the Market. 


Its unifornl high quality, good color and great 
spccific gravit
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tation that orders conld not be filled, this sea
on, 
as fast as required: is no,v largely used b
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Lest ,vholesale and retail cunfectioners of Canada. 
'Vith our repeat orders ,ve haye SOlllC very 
flattering testimonials as to its hig'h quality. 
Our Prices are Right. 'fhe g'oods ,vhen once 
tried need no other reC01l1nlendation. 



old in barrels, half, quarters and pails. 


Samples and prices on application. 


FI.AEl'rCHER l\IXF'G. CO. 
TORO
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