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ARTHUR 1. VORYS
Artlmr I. Vorys of Ohio In one of tho busiest men In the ""Pulled
Stntcs, mul lib responsibilities mo UUcly to grow liifclc.nl of le-scn mi tlniu
gocB on, Alt'. Vorya Is tlio political manager for Socrctary Tart In tho
canvass for the Presidential nomination. There were niiiuira about tho
timo Mr, Taft rcturnol from his trip minimi tho world that hi) wan (lis
Katlsllcd with tho manner In which Mr. Voi-j-b had directed IiIh campaign
and would doposo lilm, hut tho Secretary proniptly denied these stories
and expressed his full rnnlldcnco In thu Ohio polltlrlan, who has been Ills
ilght-hund man since tho Taft Presidential boom was launched. Mana
ger Vurys has scored his first victory in t,ociii lug practically u tiiinnt
nious Ohio delegation for Taft In spite of tho bitter Forakcr opposition.
Mncinac School, Oalui,
Feb. 2r 1J08.
It. Warrington, Km., Tldltor K v e-
n 1 u g l!u lie tin, Houoltiltl,
Dear Sir: Tho boys have been
digging In the garden. They started
lo dig. In tho morning and sometimes
luring tschooMlmo and In recess.
Now Ib the time for us to plant our
K'eils. Wu planted bonic beets. Wo
planted our seeds two Inches apart.
Tito bojB covered tho garden with
mine fertilizer. Tho boys made tho
garden nicely. Some were lazy and
umio worked very hard. And in
.Iiino the' beets will grow. Our gar
dens arc twenty-live feet long. Wo
put the fertilizer on to mul.c thu
Youru truly, " '
Walpahu School, Jan. 81, 108.
tho Kdllor of tho i: von Ins
Dii Hot I u, lloiuiliilu, T. II.
Dear Sir: Threo years ago, our
ichool yard-wan vory illrly, but ao
Imvo kept on worklui; and now It I.i
ory eleaii and nlco.
livery Friday tlio hoys rju out and
(.loan the yard.
Tho girls how. Wo have a nmv saw
ing machine. Wu have madu many
bhlrtp, dresfes, v tinuxunt, and gar
ments; wo glvo all tho elothea away
to tho poor thl hi roil.
Wu liavo plinilcd many kinds of
trees. Wo liavo monUey-pud tieos,
Jacaraudas, maugocH, and luuuy other
Wo sit under
41i,h flliAil.k t9 lluhiii
'"" " 'A
Wo liavo also rlco'and cano growing
In tlio yard.
Wo havu uiiHturtlums growing In
I run t of tlio school house.
Wo havo geraniums In fiout of tho
hcboo! Miranda, they aro growing very
Wo liavo one hundred and thirty
four trees, largo and small.
Wo wash tlio rchool room ovory
Tho bnyn,gct fertilizer to put around
, Wo can seo thu Koolau mountains
win! tho-Walauao mountains.
1 am twelio yoars old, and 1 am
in. Iho third gt;3-lo.
' i am, your 'loving frlcn.l,
Koloa Kauai, Feb. 7, ll'OS.
W. It, Fanlngtdn, Ksi., Managing
Killtor 12 v on tug Hullo tin
'.Dear Sir: I will give you a tdiort
I'ccoiint of our manual work during
Some glils went sowing, and othora
made somo drawn work, and some
woro sweeping Iho rooms, and vornu
das, ami eonio wcro bcourlug nuil
washing tho lloorB, and, tho elder glib
were cleaning tho wjnilowii, anil some
went out Into tlio yard and swept .It
with tho yard bioomsj
Tlio bovs worked ill the yard, (1io
smaller b- vs v.-vn- pulling and tho
' bier linyti eiiltiiii; weeds. Some were
unloving the ftieks away from tli
liionkry-priil In.-", i.'i.ii' were digging
and hoeing tho garden.
Four boys whitewashed, whllo
others weio putting tho posts of tho
fence upright In their place.
Some wore clearing gutters, on the
top of the roof; soma were making
tho gato for tho school cottngo.
l'upll Sth Ornde Koloa School.
Abio School, Fob. 7. 100S.
Mr. FarMnglcin, IWiuir Uvonlnj
1! u 1 1 o 1 1 II.
Dear Sir: Alao srholars are hajv
ny, to be menlionoil ui In your piper
They aro and wore niailo more happy
beeauso good Mr. Italu has come
again. Yestnnlny and Inst, night the
iclmnl groumls wcro (.onked anil much
water added In our tnnkn.
Tlio letterj thnt my eblldrcn aro
writing are pet tint; better and better
This week's letti'rs aro mi tlio loca
tion of Hio Alae School. Kvory thouglil
In lllirstnilcil. I havo mailed them
to Mr. Dabbltt. Having rend them
lio will forward them to you.
I hopo the will plcunu you,
Agileullnral woik continues with
ljjor at Alao S'vlibnl.
Vory icapcetfiilly yours,
TIIOS. K. NAIIIWA,
I'rln. Alse School.
fThu letters to which I'rlnclpal
Niihiwu refcr.t aro illustrated through
out with colored drawings and arc
very Interesting luileeU. Kdllor
1J u 1 1 o t I n .
Maemao School, Oalui,
February II. IBOS.
. It. Farrlngtoii, Kbii., Kdllor Uvon-t-ug
II ii 1 1 tin, Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: l,ast year wo had some
roFc.lla bnslini In our rj-irden. Tboy
wereiboul llvo feel htgli. Tho leaves
woro 'dark g'i:en. Tl'i" 1'i'go light
yellow flowers had live petals.
Tho roHolln Is dark red. .Thero Is
a big green snort liulrto It.
One ilti' wo mule coinu rosella Jam
Wo plokcd tho fruit, cut off the utoni
end took nut tho grain sued pod.
Then wo waMieil the losollaa and
put them on to cook with a Utile
tor lo keep them from burning.
When thoy were soft wo measured
(Item and put In as much sugar n
lrult and cooked It for half mi hour
Then our roaolla Jam was imiilo.
Wo aro going to plant Beeds In April
so wo hhnll hnvo somo rlpu fruit In
Lahalna, Fob. 17, 1808.
Kdltor K v o n I n g 1) ii 1 1 o 1 1 n, Ilono
Dear Kir: Kludlv glvo n space In
your valuable paper to Insert tho to)
lowing 1 It t lo Items. Mr. So Jnpancsu
Minister left l.ahalnn for Alea.
Mr. Anzal Is now the new Minister
In Mr. So's place.
Kmmii Darker plantcil a breadfruit
Hoc In the school yard.
The completion of Halo Alolur adds
to beautifying the town of l.ahalna,
A grand limn wns gh,lng by the
members; of Wnlneo church on Fob,
Yours very truly.
Veb. 20, WON.
Mr. W. If. Farrlugton, llonotulii, Oalui.
Iiear Sir: I am tho lima of the
vegetable gardens, I am elcctcil by
tho pupils' of Walilo school. I have
ten rhliilren In my gang. My duty Is
to lake charge of Iho vogottible gar
dens. Tlio manager and the heal
lima call three guigs to help me in
making leady with my oKotnblo gar
ileus. Tho garden 'Is divided Into I
f.vo bods. Wo arc going lo plant
onions, nubilities', beuls, beans, nut
cabbages In each bed. Wo have plain ;
imI the seeds III the nuisery bed W"'
will be ready with them by next week, j
i must close my leitcr now.
All FONtl I.UKANA,
I. una of Vegetable Garden, III (Ira lo.
Friday, February 21st. IMS.
To the Kdltor of tlio K v o n I n g II u 1
loll ii. Honolulu, Oahu.
Dear Sir. Wo liavo worked In the
gii-den e.'iil made four beds. We have
planted mine beans. Wo have r-nd
about how the people in the I'ulted
stales are planting wheat and liow
tlicy are grinding tho wheat. Wo
bavo read about some of the groin
com fields In the United States ami
what tliey do with tho corn.
Walalua. School, Molokal,
Feb. 21, l'JOR.
To thu K veiling II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, Ho
iiolnlu. T. II.
Dear Sir: My tencber licked mc
to wrlto you a letter this week. He
read many letters from other schools
from your paper, and wo aio delight-
ed In hearing them.
It Is very hot and dry up hero these
days and we havo hurd times water
ing our plantB. Hut wo do not caro
ten- wo expect our plants to grow
I Wo havo no drawings this week
liecause there aio not much changd
In our plants on account of dry weath
er. Wo noeil sei dJ, please foiii! musk- J
melon, iuiiiHiir, ouci aim iwiuuiuu;
1 lemnlii, yours truly,
Hanalel, Kauai, Feb. 21, 1008.
Mr.W. .It. Farrlnglon, Kdltor or the
IC von lug Uitllotln, Hono
lulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: It gives mo much pleas
ure lo hand you theso-fow linos, to
let you Fi'O about how long It lakes
tlio different vegetable rceda to ger
minate. Wo huvo ilonu much woik slnr.o wo
entered your-tontcBt. I am going to
glvo you a list of our vegetable seed
and how long It lakes Iheni to ger
minate for this Is my favorllo work.
Meet germinates In (Ho days. Car
'lots In i; ilays tnuialiiiv In 7 days,
beans In f days. Itadlsh In 4 days,
parsley In 12 days, siveet pepper In
IC days, and cabbages In Ii days.
I am, ri'Hpcetfully yiiutri.
(eneral Manager, t'lfth tirade.
Kcalahou I'ublic ScIkkiI, Maul.
Feb. 2H, 19'IR,
To tho Kdltor of tho K v o u I u g II u I
I o 1 1 n, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Last Friday tlio glrlB of
our room tilled their tubs with flesh
Mill and planted geraniums. On I'll
day, tho big boys work on tho garden
and the small boys clean Iho yard.
Tho sanitary Insiwctors Inko chargo
of tho small boys whllo clniulng tlio
yard, and Iho manager of tho school
ganien takes charge of tlio boys that
work In the garden.
While the boys are working out
side, tho girls mo In tho school looms
sewing, MIbs I'leper teaches sowing
to the big girls, ami Mrs. Vincent
teaches tho small girls. Sometimes
I belli 'hem.
We woik from quarter to eleven
to twolve o'clock.
Wo hnvo Just put up a Ihg pole. It
Is forty feet high and It Is painted
while. Wo love to watch our flag on
tho polo which Is seven feet wido and
twelve- feet long.
Our teacher rings tho bell' at nlno
i 'clock and the children get Into two
lines and salute our flag. After which
our teacher taps tho bell and I play
a match on tho organ and tho chll
elrnn march Into their rooms.
Our teacher took ho children of
cur room. out yobterdiiy to a b.jnk
near our rchool to observe thA differ
ent kinds of boII. When wo euiiio In
to the school room ho told us t draw
with colored crayon tho different
kinds of layers of soil that wo saw.
The top of.tho bink wus humorous
t-oll, tho bottom was claying nail tho
inlddlo portion seems bo a mixture
of clay und vegetablo matter.
The weather In Killa has been vei
cold and the small seeds havo j.
germinated. Tho beans, cirn, carrots
and 'turnips -iiro growing ttliw.
Chairman, Hoard of Supervisors.
TP 1 B
II Jfflffc. WUftl
. msp w
l ! mm&.i-i, .. km
U. S. MINISTER R0CKHILL
Washington, Fcliru.in 27. A dip
lomatic move of the IIk-i linportanre
In concealed in uti ndei baued from
the Navy Departne'iit. itistmctliiit
Milps now on tlio A'l.uli- ilatlon n
lintit theniMitvi'M In rcaillncss to inovo
'on nollee. or prarllc-lly lo atti(lu a
It Js regavlcd In ill.i'.iuimllc rlicle:;
in the first move of il.e I'tiitod t'Uiles
In the Chlursu-.laian'Mv linlirogllo,
which may become amir at any time.
It is kmiwn that the Suite Department
intenda to send Mlnlsfr ltockhlll uu
the Yang-tse river, and Ids trip will
be of long duration
.He Is to go on- a iwuvhlp. and It t
lctKirted today in Ha' Navy Depart-
ment that the ships ordcr"d for ilmy
at Manila shall luini uu Imposing i s
rorl lor Hie Mlnbter on Ibis tour of
tho Interior of china.
The Stall' l' uartnieut has adopt--!
Iho policy or Si-erelaiy or War Taft.
lie Is tin- iitith'n of t)io sciitliin:it thai
"tho Oili'iii-il illnks Willi Ids eye."
and there Is i" iiuestlon thai the trip
of Mr. ltockhlll I- to b Hindi' as lui
presslie i t ! i of h -III China and
Japan n- pnlldf
Root And Roosevelt's
Letters Put In
WASHINGTON, 1). a," March 2.
iiioat Indignation Is expressed by
members of the House Committee on
Judiciary over, tho action of Presi
dent ltoosovelt by practically taking
the c.isu out of their hands lit mak
ing publlyA's letter and that of Sec
retary (instate Hoot exonerating
Judgo I,. 11. Wlllley of tho United
States Circuit Court of Culna, In
Shanghai, of charges of maladminis
tration In olllco.
The Judiciary Committee, through
a special sub-committee; Is now en
gaged as a court' In trying Judgo
Wllfley under Impeachment proceed
ings brought In tho House of Ilu'pre
fontatlves by Uoprcn,tntlvcj Wr.lda
of Vow York. Tho sub-coimnltteo to
day heard the .testimony ot l.orrlu
Andrews of Shanghai, who brought!
the. charges ngalnit. Judge Wlllley.
Aftor disponing of1 tho sovoh charg
es, Secretary Hoot's letter to the
"The clrcunistanccs thus prcsonted
exhibit a motive for the attempt to
drive Judgo Wlllley .from his positing.
They present a strong jifolfihlllty of
mls-juilgment, exaggeration mul ills
torllou or facts on the p.ut of tho
lawyors who have peiiioually sulTifreil
fiom the changed conditions.
My opinion Is that Judgo Wlllley
F BfcVVfiV'V&."-- "r''.'t
Is entitled, not to rondemuntloii, but,1,""1, "'nilshod employment Tor him- business will roancr make ltelf heard
tu commentation "un-d High credit mc .,lrc. Pf, men Murine tho iii)ihicr , . tUiii. In mint any other Kuof Indust
his coiujuc, i, j.tllco ami that- .Iho . vucdrd...g I.. 'Mujor Itfiy. MtWIl """ "l. "
'SffiMlWrntoW .HPr,p.,r.nKV for a flestn .,, bring all Tl TrTtLVtortuS
,u . ' Phlllppliie islanders together. and Uiarcoal lox and Uust tath ,en.
President Itooscvelt'B vindication ,
lr lontiilncd In a letter to Sccretafy
Among other things he says:
"I cordially concur u your find
ings, which is to the effect that
Judge Wlllley Is not only Innocent
but Is attacked solely because of the
lcarlcssnoiK ami Integrity with which
lio Btampcd outi vlco.nudj.crlmo In
"It Is clear that Judge Wlllley has
been ilttaeked not because In) liarf
done evil, lint because ho has done
good. Tho assault on him Is.Mmply
en Impeachment of decency and zeal
for the public good, and, If success
ful, would tend to cow and discour
age every honest public servant who
durcs to withstand tho forces banded
tegelher for ovll and would do grave
damage to the honor and interest of
our country In the Orient.
"If the attack wcro to succeed, tho
beneficial ies would bo every keeper
of a house of prostitution, overy
swindling lawyer, every man who
lives by blackmail and corruption In
the cities of the Far Kast.
"It Is not too much to say that this
nfsatilt upon Judge Wlllley In the In
terest of the vldoim and criminal
clus-es Ib a public scandal."
The Washington Star of Feb. 21
Itepresentntlve Waldo of llrook
lyn, who has Introduced In the
lloiiao a resolution for the Impeach
ment of l.cbliiB It. Wlllley. United
States Judge at Hongkong, China,
had a talk with the 1'rcsldcnt today,
presumably on this subject. Mr. Wal
do evidently did not find the Presi
dent In agreement with lilm, Judg
ing ft om somo of his remarks. Thu
fact Is that charges against Judge
Wllfley havo been frouuonlly before
(he State Department, but all tho in
vestigations made by that department
have sustained Judge Wlllley ami
more firmly etsabllshcd him In the
ronlhlcnco of tho Administration. Tho
President agrees with tho State De
partment that Judge Wlllley has
imide n line record at Hongkong,
where he Is said to have cleaned out
criminals of all sorts and sizes with
u firmness that has brought uown up
on him the enmity of Influential In
terests. It Is these interests that aro
making things hot for him. Tho Stntu
Department some time ago Investi
gated charges that Judge Wllfley had
greatly offended tho Catholic Church
In Hongkong and elsewhere by a de
cision In which he used harsh tin ins
as to the .Pope and dignitaries of tho
church. The Investigation by the
iirp.uiir.uat, It is said, disclosed thnt
the dcchlon merely referred to and
quoted tho findings of a. higher
Judge Wllfley Is in Washington at
this tliuo ready (o answer charges or
ImiinilclimiMlt timrpmlltifrH Tim .In..
,, , ,' . " ..
oiciiiry loiummco oi too uousc now i
lifis tho Waldo resolutions before It,
and a Biib-roinnilttco Is going into
the iticstlon fully, prepared to re
port to tho full committee. Judgo
Wlllley has been hero some time, hav
ing obtained leave of absence after n
piolnnged stay In China.
Fred. Church, the manager of tho
Tan s.in agencv for the Hawaiian Isl
Mills, will open up olllces and waro
rooms on the second floor of tho
Wavcrly block on Monday, the 16th.
His olflce hours will uu between IV
mid 12 a. in., when ho will bo ghul
to meet tho consumers of this' unsur
passed mineral water.
New York, February 18. Her decks
. w.pl elvar or lifeboats, vcntilalorx
.ml everything movable, uo steamer
SI. Andrew or Iho Porto lllco Hue
.iirlicd here today after being struck
by a glaul wave, caused probably
by a submarine oiuplloii.
Hound to this port fioiu Antwerp,
iho St. Andrew was straining up the
Hanks on Friday afleriilHin when
First Officer Splcer, vim was on tho
bridge, saw an Immense foam-covered
wave loom out of tho sea a quarter of
a mile off tho Ftarboard how.
At tlrst Iho officer mistook tho. wave
for im Iceberg and gave tho signal to
icvo.ru! tho engines. Tho wave n-oni-oil
to ho traveling away from the -ship,
when It turned and cimu directly
toward tho St. Andrew. Us crest
I etched to Iho crow'ii nest and It
plunged aboard the ship, sweeping
her deck clean of all obilaeles, wreck
lug her aft wheel.
The crow tied to the thvltcr of the
hold and ceaped. 'Nio ship was lllled
with water and tho stokcroom llres
oMIngiiluhed. Tho wave passed on to
the leeward and disappeared.
Captain Sadler said today ho had
novi-r neon anything1 like Jt before.
Chicago, February IS. Chlrago'
vacant lots aro to bo adorned with
flowiru nnd bear gai'dtn produce next
rummer. If tho plans laid lust night
at the first meetjns of tho Vacant
uit Asspctatlon are c.irrod nuj. Tho
association was organize,! at a meet
ing f persons interested In beautify
ing tlio city.
Tho principal speaker was Ilnlton
Hall, a New York attorney and chum
idem of the vacant lot proposition in
In Introducing the subject, Samuel
T. Haiuniersinurk said I hero are 5,li00
ac.ri'S of vacant lots In Chicago
Mr- H"'l Bal ""' Vacant L
provoment Askoclallon In New York
Fleet Comes In July
WASHINGTON. D. C. March 13.
Francisco for Honolulu on July 0.
TOICIt). Japan, March IS. Minister Salto has. .rcyeali;;! his ilcslio
that the Fleet should pa Japan a vl tit, expressing, the opinion that the
American (lovi'iumulit's cxpii'xscd Intention to send-t,hq i'Jcl aro.iad tlio
world ought to beim:ncleiil to silence tho talk of vWii'r,te-twecti Japan
mid America. .,'.',
PRAISE FROM JAPAN'S FIQHTERS
T0KI0, Japan, Mmch i:i. Milium and nmal men tlc!nri that t(i
tour of thu American I'lci't around tho win hi will, lie one of the gi.nul
est achievements In the hislmy of navigation.
i ie .,tfc i
CHANGE IN JAPAN'S CABINET
TOKIO. Japan, March 13. The financial depression throughout la
pan still continue, and a number or minor banks ailid linns in Osaka
and Kobe have failed.
Thero urn minora that home changes will be made' In tho Cabinet at
the close of tho Diet, Knmura succe ding llayiishi and Katsura tal.ing
IIAltltlHIIUIttl, Pa., March 1.'!. The Jury trying the paitles In
dicted In connection with the frauds perpetrated In connection Willi tho
building mul furnishing of the Pennsylvania State Capitol today r
turned a venllct Of guilty against them.
WASHINGTON. I). (!.. March 1 3. The House has pafseil the Pont-
oinco appioprlntions, totaling two h und red and twenty-two millions Tho
pay of mall carriers will be increased, appropriations to that end liev
llig been Included. . ' .
GREAT FIRE AT
IIAIIIA, llrnzll, March 13. A
the property destroyed amounts to
have been several fatalities.
TOMSK, Siberia, Mnrch 13.
today by an avalanche.
KCOS FOR UATCKINfl. i Hilly supplied? Is there plenty of
In selecting eggs for hatching ills-1 scratch material? Arc tie droppings
enrd rough-shelled eggs and Ihln-shell- cleaned out each day and the house
fd one. Thin shells aro caused by neatly swept npd kept' clean ami
lack of lime In the food, or they arc hWcct? Is ll'.th in qlj l.taXpfpiB rcmov
liild by ocr-fnt bens mid are expelled ed from the premises; ajjil, the ilimi)
before tlshcll Is coninliti'. Keep the lies-, not allowed to make Its appear
iggs where the temperature Is as even mice? Is there plenty of feed and not
as possible. It should not exceed 7')
Hxcess of warmth Injures'
Iho germ more than cold doc. Tho watched by every breeder and watch
rroper position is with the smnll end" wl dally. If you nre willing to go Into
down as this will keep tho yolk In the poultry Initlness nu must expect
plsee. If eggs are placed sldo down to get down Into Iho dirt ami on to
and arc kept In lhl position for any I your knees and dig. Clean nut tho
length of time without turning the hidden parts. Sacrifice that worthless
yolk will sometimes bo found attitcheil lien', although ever so beautiful, and
to the shell. Kggs should not lie kept iiYiove nil give your attention only to
over two weeks If they are to Pc used one breed. When looking over tho
In Incubators. When hatching- with 'columns of advertisements In the miu.
hens lonilttlons are .belter and out' try journals that breeder who adver
need not bo quite so particular. J tlsca two or inoro breeds has not the
If eggs aro lo bo shipped use baskets namo show, nnd s not held in o high
and pack with excelsior n.i this pro-l'repule as Is the one who advertliiiii
vents the eggs from being Jarred to J only one. The desirable qualities of
much, and they will not work through nuj- one breed ia all that anS'tono per-
ami come In rontncl with tain other,
us they will whrn sawdust or bran Is
.tired. Put plenty of cxrcltlor In tho
bottom cf the banket and around tho
sides and wrap etuh egg with paper
and excelsior. In this way they will
i any for n long dlptanie without
breaking. Pasteboard egg boxes arc
inughly handled and there Isn't Bpacc
to pack the c-;gs properly, and fre
quently half of them will be broken.
Now the cgt are ready for Inciiba
Hon nnd If they hnve been bought tiro J from having a foul mlqr. ,A piece of
responsibility ot the teller ends. No. iharcoal In the drinking water Is nlr.o
mnttcr how strong the germ of tho , n good llllcrcr and purifier. Fed to
eags or how carefully they have been j the fowl-, it will promote digestion
handled up to this time, they may fall j by nlnorbluc tlio sour elements which
to hatch well and chicks nay In weak- nro nbjcttlonahlo In the dlRo.'tlvo or
ly If they nre not plvru rlsht inndl- cane and will purify tho noxious gas
tions during Incubation. Tlio tempo- ' In the stoinaili nnd Interline?. Tho
rat lire, moisture, turning t!m eggs an! blrda rcllih It, alro, anil will eot It If
f.lrlug them are matters of iiuportuniH n little Is glen Uicm w;lthUielr food,
and the better they an attended, to It 'loej thim a great deal of good In
the better the hatch will be. I r.ldlti!? their dlneMlon nnd regulating
Kgg8 of different breeds should not ' the hovpK It h cheap enough to
bo hatched together, as tho difference Mnttor In the yards In powder form
In tlmo ot botching will ncccnltutu after the yards are newly cleaned,
(lie removal of the flr.it chicks whllo Try It .led si- ir tho cost of it Is not
thu others aru hutching, or leave t'.ieai'more thtin mimed In the ndvnntascs
In, the Incubator, -hl'-'i will do them ecu re I thct-b .Farm and Fireside.
much harm; 1 1 mouth llnrhs and
Wyandottea aro nearly ono day longer
In hatching than I ighnr'n, and Ml
porcas arc revet il ho:-r Ir.ntor than
Leghorns; while llraliinai and Inns-
ohans are twenty-fnur hours longer
In emerging from tho phcll than "Ply
mouth Hocks. Duck eggi should be
Incubated by thcr.uelvei, as they re
quire moro mol tur! than hen eg?',
nnd It Is not ihslnble to hatch dif
ferent kinds together. Pctaluma
"Poultry Journal." I
vlonli After Details. , "j
Inattention to details In the poultry
hiiflnese spells detent. There, aro ao
many Itttlo filings that mint bo watch
ed and guarded against which, It nl
lowed to grow nnd multiply, will gain
control of the business, but If watched
and taken In time could easily bo sub
ducd. Carelessness In the poultry
VISIT FROM FLEET'
gieat conflagration Is raging here and
a million dollars In value. There
Kiphtcvn persons wore killed neai peio
too miiih, and of tho right kind?
Theso are details whlih muat be
son may ever nopo to reach. "Sue-
ccciful Poultry Journal.'
Charcoal Is one of the articles whoso
, clu-apiiccs is not In accord with Its
, merits. It may be put to a number of
uses oh the farm, especially In tho
poultry branch of tho buslncis. A
lump of charcoal In tho nest boxes
will absoib moisture from the ncsta
nnd will also aid In keeping them
Ono cause, for small egg yields on
Ihc iivirao id n it that hells aro kept
until they nre too old. When a hen
Efta I'csnml three years old bIio lays
comparatively fow eggs. Thero nlay
occarlonally be exceptions to ihia rule,
but with tho average flock there Is
little pioflt after' the, bocond year It
si'.ouhi be tho aim ot the poultry keep
er to renew liSlftlie stock each year.
To hasten tho molt give your hen
n Utile cornmeal (about 20 per cent)
added to the bran nnd milk, and
initio llniiccd oil (about fi per cent),
- ' also either add some beef Bcrap to
the mash or give them beet scrap
with tho oyster shell In a box where
they can eat as much aB they want,
With this addition to the food, they
will be soon through tho molt and
begin to lay.
orB Clar) and l',;ine(finye crlliied it
banquet by citizens of Des Moines,
who arc parties to u rata hearing.
Fleet will sail