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EVENING DUU.RTIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 1910.
There Is a tourist now on hla wny
lo Honolulu anil after ho nrrlPa wo
Bhnll have the pleasure of his com
pany for a few weeks
It may also ho Btateil that tlio local
promotion committee, although In
tcntely Intel esleil In the business of
nttinctlim lsllors to our heautlful lal
anils had not the slightest w eight or
Inlluenco In the bringing hero of this
Ho Is exfrt'Cletl to nrrUo nhoitt the
enil of ihlq month, anil when the flte
whistle blows Its three blasts, notify
ing us that ho Is In sight lie will be
soiucwhero In the neighborhood of 34,
400.O00 miles off Dalmond Head
Nevertheless at that distance away
ho will soon bo "close ill),'" for he Is
rushing toward us at tho rate of 1,
182,000 miles a day. And still, with all
this on-rush to get here, our attractive
features, which chain other tourists
to our shores will have not the least
ctli-ct on this visitor and the promo-1
tlon committee mnj not put forth an
effort to entertain him, lor he will,
with n swish of his flerv tall, tho
slight cftects of which wo shall feel,
give us the "so b." Hut then again,!
will this on rushing comet, with Mall1
of flro streiiinliw out behind over i,
million miles, give us the "go 1y?"
There are some iistronoiueis who pro-1
diet that earth and count will Vieet,
but the are In the minority, thank
Komlness. Other astronomuis scout I
tho Idea. Although they admit that.
Ilnlley'H comet will cross tho earth's
orbit, shall not have arrived iat
that crossing point till some time nfter
tho sky traveler has passed, hut at tliO
same tlnio we snail not ue so lar away
and shall keep right on In the old rut
regardless of the fact that that rut
will take iWdlieclly through the lower
limit of the far away part of tho com
There Is no telling what would Iih
pen If tho eaith was to p.iss dluetly
thiough the thick part of the tall in It
goes without rensoulng that In the Im
mediate vicinity of the comet ItH tall Is
composed of gases, tho natuie of
which would prob.lblj ntlllo to death
every living thing on earth.
That state of affairs would be un
pleasant enough hut let's go a trifle
bu ond this and give the calamltlst as
tronomer a chance According to as
tronomical measurement and statistics
Halle) 's comet Is of a density situ- j
liar to mis eariu aim in sizu nuiuu
compare on nbout the samo lines ns n
small plum to a fairly sized orange
the earth repiesented by tho orange
Thus It is seen that this heavenly
visitor Is no slouch.
An undlspiitablo fact of ph)slcs Is
that when two bodies mccMhu smaller
must glvo way to tho laiger. That's
all right, too, but when we call to
mind tho fact that tho body that may
hit us a smash Is larger than the
planet Mercury nnd Is travelling
through spaco at n rato of speed 87
times faster than the velocity of n can
non ball when leaving tli mouth of a
14 Inch cannon, It lo enough to give
one the Wlllle-WIIIIes.
Soma sky searchers say It will hit
tho earth, others say it will not; It
cannot In fact according to Its Hues,
deviation and orbit. It Is a fact, how
ever, that at tho tlmo of this comet's
previous visit many people were
stricken with fear, thinking thnt the
collision was suro to take place, but
It did not. It may be different this
trip, and we may get knocked Into a
pcesy-vveezy popinjay. Still I would not
advise nn.vono hero to sell their sugar
stock or stop boosting for Honolulu on
tho strength of this possible meet.
To make all things connected with
tho comet a little clearer tho writer
has made n ciudo flguro presented
herewith which Includes a number of
plai.etH best known In our solar sys
tem. Tho orbits of these sovcrnl planets
DEATH-DEALING STORM THROUGHOUT EAST
NEW YORK. Jan. 14. This city is in tho grip of tho worst sloim
of tho winter. During the past twenty-four liouis twelve Inehes of
snow fell. Many persons huvo beei, fiozen to death, nod Buffering, es
pecially among the poor people, Is Intense.
Ma)or Qaynor, while on his wy home with u friend, bcrnino
blinded by tho driving snow and lost his way. lloth the Major's cats
were frozen, while his companion was blown from a tiestlo nnd sustain
cd n broken leg and other Injuries which, It Is feuied, may move,
rillLADEU'IHA, Jan. II. This city Is burned under sixteen
Inches of snow. Trnttlc Is 'bndly crippled, and In the poor districts tho
people ,uro suffering Intense hardships.
CHICAGO, Jan, 14. Enormous diunugo has been dono In tho MIs
hlsslppl nud Ohio valleys by tho Intense cold and heavy fall of snow.
Huudieils of cuttle are dying on tho western plans, nnd iullio.nl tiullle
is demoralized In many Stutes.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 14 Only tho BUdden adjournment of
the House today pievente-d the defeat of tho ic&olullou piopoultig u ron
stltutlomil amendment to change the date of the I'leslduiillal liiauguia
Hon. Coiigiessinan I'ursons of New Yoik led n stioug light against
the proposed chuuge of dale. , ,
GRAFT SCANDAL RENEWED
IUTTSnUUO, Jan. 14. President Jennings und Vlce-I'icsldont Orl'f
fen of tho Columbia Nutioual Hank, together with two others, wcio
today iudlLted'by the Grand Jury for eonspliucy. The Indictments nro
the outgiawth of the graft bcuudals of 1908. '
lONDON'S ELECTION DAY
LONDON, Jan, 14. A campaign of unparalleled intensity closed
here tonight, "hie elections will be held tomonow. Incitement Is In
teute. , , ,
are egg shaped In their proper line of
travel through tho heavens, but to
simplify matters the arc drawn on a'turno the same side tl us
The sun occup.vlng the center Is the
objective point of HnUoy's comet tow
ard which It Is rushing at u speed al
most b'jjoud the human mind to con
ceive Hut n strange thing happens
as tiin comet la about to make u goal,
ns It were.
As the comet, on Its dash lounid
the sun, gets well within the orbit of
Mercury the governing force under- Intelllgenre science. engineering
goes a chnngo, turning Into n lopolllng' feats, political economy nud a thoun
force which causes tho traveler to and mill one kdences of which we
pass around the sun nnd Is nguln sent, have never heard. It la n fact, how
on Its way through space. ever that certain linen appear across
On tho diagram tho neatest planet j the face of Mars These lines, accord
to the sun Is Mercury with a diameter Ins to measurements, are from 600 to
of but 3200 miles. He Is but 37 mil 2000 miles long nnd nveingo 3 nnd 4
Hon miles from tho sun nud performs
his revolution In his in lilt In ST days
and 23 hours. This planet Is seldom
ecu even with a powerful glass for
the reason that he lsbo near tho sun
How- close he will be to the path of
the comet Is not told by astronomers.
The next pl.mi't from the sun out
Is Venus, the brightest of nil the plan
ets. Her iliauiter Is 7CS7 miles, nearly
the equal of the earth i:i Uzo. Venus'
distance from the sun Is C9 millions of
tulles and t-lie tiavels at omul her orbit
In 224 ilavs and 17 hours. A peculiar
condition in connection with Venus
whleh Is not found III any of the
other planets Is tho fact that when
viewed tliiough a telescope she some-
times appears to bo horned like our !
Tho earth Is tho next planet In dis
tance from the sun it Is almost super
fluous to state that the diameter of
our own planet Is "013 miles Ninety
thiee millions of mllec sepuatn us'
from the sun mid with the' numlior of
beautiful calendula being illstrlbute'd
thioiigliout the city It is un eas mat
ter to figuru out thnt wo diaao out
selves around our orbit in a few roc
onds less than 35 ilaa and ) hours,
and turn on our axis In ii hours and
Tho earth la attended by a satellite
called tho moon, with whleh wo are all
familiar to a certain extent. The
moon Is no slouch In Blze, being 21C1
miles In diameter Tho attractive nnd
repelling foices characteristic of these
two bodies keep them about 240,000
Miller apart. Although tho moon nc
companies the earth along Its orbit
she has ah orbit of her own In which
Ittnkes her 27 da)s and eight hours
, to make the lap She also turns on
her axis In the same tints but always
Mors Is tho next planet In distance
be) ond the earth's oiblt. nud of which
we are hearing su much through as
tionolntrs who are trying to ascertain
If she Is Inhabited, It has been es
tubllehcil bejiiiid fjrondventuie that
Mara la many thousand j of jear old
er thnn the earth, nnd If such Is u
fact nnd that plant Is Inhabited the
beings must be fur nhend of us In
miles In width. They nro as straight
as can be niado wlt'i rurvey Instru
ments. These lines Intertect each oth
er many tlmcu and npio.ir to tun In
nil directions legaidless ot tho iolnts
of the compass.
What those lines tiro no onn has
yet illscoveied with a certainty, Tho
gene nil opinion of nstroiiomers Is that
they me canals of water. Kroni con
ditions en Mais It is discovered that
water Is nliead) receedlng or, moro
plainly speaking, evnporatlng fiom
(his neighbor of ours. Tho Martians
nre great believers of conservation of,
natural renoutc.es nud us water seems
to bo tho only resource of that planet
It tins becopio the medium of exchange,
taking tho piece of money. It Is stated
that these canals of water represent
the fortunes of the ilch; that the la
borci Is paid for his work In water
Instead of money. However that may
iCo It Is not worn lug us any at pros-
ent regaidless of tho condition of tho
Mara may easily bo distinguished
fiom tho other planets h his decided
ly red iipjiearanco which Is supposed
to be caused by Ida dense utmosphoro,
Jupiter la tho next and largest ot
all the plnneta In our bolar system.
While It Is tiue that there are sevoral
planets cliculatlng In erratic orbits be
tween Mais and Jupiter they uro of
such small magnitude as to bo worthy
of no mention or oven namo In this
Jupiter Is 481,000,000 miles from tho
sun nnd la S3.170 miles iu diameter.
It takes him almost 12 years to makp
tho louiid trip or his orbit, hut for nxls
turning ho ccitaluly gets a uiovo on.
as ,u t,,IH completely around
TO HEAD BUREAU
Board of Health Takes Decided Step
Toward Anti-Tuberculosis Cam
paign Mosquito War Money.
At Ha meeting held )esterdny nft-
ernoim, the lloai'd of Health carried
out the Ideas ahead)- expressed by
I'lesldent Motl-Smlth toward tho es
tablishment of a dellnlte iinlt-lubei-eiilosls
A involution was ndopted provid
ing for tlie establlaliiueut of a tu
berculosls buieau, and on the motion
of J. P. Moigaii, Dr. Sexton wus
named to take eliaige of the work,
with his saliuy fixed nt S2S0 u
mouth. Dr. Sexton will make a be-
Binning In his new vvoil; us soon us
lie rotuins fiom San Prauelsco,
miciu no nub iii bo ior suvciui weeks
Tho only dlsciiusloii that accom
panied the passage of the lebolutlou
was the nutation of whethci
head or the new huieali bhouhl be
n expeit ot u physician with u full
knowledgo of the dlseuse and to act
clilelly as an executive. It wus btat
eil that un expuit would requite at
least u muiithl) saliii) o; ,r,00
houis and ofi minutes. As stated be
foro, tho earth Is only 7B13 miles In
diameter and takes nearly 24 hours to
turn on its uxls, this compared with
tho diameter of Jupiter nud the, time
ho takos In turning over once Is cer
tainly a contrast of speed.
Jupiter has lour oons or satellites.
Although Jupiter Is cnslly picked out
by his peculiar magnitude and light.
these four moons arc Invisible to tho
naked eje, but present a most beau
tiful appearnnco when viewed through
a powerful glass. Anotner icauire
connected with Jupltei, as seen
through tho telescope, Is what ap
pears to be a belt about his equator.
supposed lo be caused by tho swift
ness of his diurnal motion, In draw
ing his clouds nnd vaiors Into that
Tho most remote planet of which wo
have any authentic knowledgo Is Sat
urn. His pale feeble light Is hardly
of any use cither to astronomers or
navigators. His dlamotei is 79,042
miles and hla distance from the sun
is 900,000,000 miles. Saturn's orbit
Is about tho outer edge of our solar
s)stem nnd he takes up 29 years and
1C7 days to get back to hla starting
iwlnt. Llko Jupiter, ho gits speedy
when It comes to turning on his axis,
doing the trick in 10 hourj and 1C min
utes This planet Is different from nil
tho others when viewed through u
powerful telescope, ilcslilc being at
tended by 7 moons there. Is a double
lumlnouB ring about the planet. The
comi08ltloii of thpso rings has been
a problem among nstroiiomers for
many years. The popular belief Is
that when Saturn was otartcd revolv
ing, be'lng or a chuoj natuio, he
throw off tho matter which compoio
tho rjngs and his attraction and speedy
diurnal motion keeps the rings In
Nona of theso planets nro In th
path cf the comet except the earth.
Mercury mid Saturn. Mercury will
Bteer clear of Any posslhlo trouble ns
ho is under tho protecting wing of
tho sun. Saturn Is of such magnitude
that such a small ma" ter of stopping
n comet nbout a quarter the slzo of
tho earth would causo him no concern
whntever. IU-gurdlng the earth's no-
cpn-say plllkla remains to bo neen.
The unlnltlaed, when looking nt tho
heavens on a bright night might bo
tempted to exclaim, "Surely, tho comet
cannot get through that miss of stars
without hitting some of thorn!"
Don't let that worry you, savage
reader. Those hrtfcht twlnklern are
far hejomi the 'limits of our solar
system and tittle or nothing Is
known of them. They have been class
ed In groups for convcuk nee sako In
mapping tho heavens, hut beyond thnt
little Is known.
II Is reported that Haley's comet
Is hero now, and It may bo so,' al
though tho writer has not set seen It.
The fact that the comet has returned
to uio vicinity of the earth a year
ahead of tho tlme'Ogurediout for Its
appearance by tho nstroiiomers. It
may eel along down this way a little
ahead of tho appointed hour. It Is cor
tulnly in sight with a strong glass
nt tho picsent time, but wo would ad
vise tlicfto who do not own u powerful
telescope not to strain their eye's out
or despair of seeing tho flcry-tallcd
visitor. Along about tho end of Feb
ruary ho w be the attractive fea
ture In tho heavens, Just to the north
of Diamond Html to ono htandlug nt
Kort and King streets and nbout C7
doijrccs abovo tho horlzou, and bo
clow you will almost hear'hlin hum.
On the diagram Is tho relative posi
tion of the comet to the earth and
tho dotted lino showu Its passago
around tho sun and on again ton Its
C8.900.000 miles orbit which will bring
It back here .-caln about 75 )ears.
"Womanly self-sacrifice" Is on e.
osentlally manly vvoakness.
which the board consldorod Impossi
ble to pay nt the present time.
I'lesldent Mott-Smlth announced
tho appointment of Dr. Wayson as
ploslclan In chaige of tho Kalihl
hospital, with his salary fixed, at
S2S0 a mouth. As there Is doubt ns
to whether Dr. Waysoji enn act as
i member of the Hoard of Health
nnd at the same time be a, salaried
employe of the department, he. did
not vote on nny of the pioposltlons
thnt came up )esterday, and hla
status us a member of tho Hoard ot
- Health has been refened to the At-
Hcalth has been referred to the At-
torncy-Goiierul for a legal opinion.
As slated In ).estorday's II u 1 1 e-
1 1 n, President Mott-Smlth of the
Houid of Health received a formal
Offer flOIll tll KIiIiiiiitm' U'lmrf (Vim.
mltteu of an ninotnil not to exceed
Siouo monthly for the purpose of
defiu)lng tho eost of a systematic
mosquito campaign. The shippers
will name a sub-committee 'o eon-
ter with the Hoard of Health as to
the beqt menus of attalulng tho re-
suns sought for.
The Uuieau of 'Eijucutlon In Ma
ullu has established a tralutus
school for uuiaea. Minx Mnlvlnu M
McKeever of Hoxbury. Muss., who
.beived as u uuisa Iu the Spanish wai.
and luter a mutiou iu the ilvll bos
pltal at Manila, Is to huve dim go of
the new uiideituklug. The students
will be Plllplno girls.
S V ! 1
Federal Experiment Station Force
'BJtd' Interesting Exhibit at the
Poultry Show Held in Armory.
The Federal Experiment Stntlon has
n very Interesting nnd Instructive ex
hibit In tho N. G. II. armory, where
tho fifth annual poultry show Is be
ing held. It Is a demonstrating booth
where tho art of budding. Inarching,
nnd grafting may bo witnessed by a
competent staff sent down from the
Federal Experimental Station by Supt.
fnnffnna nlllfitftp twnra nn.l flin
citrus family do not come true from
bccu, on account ot cross pollination;
rnnunnllpnllv frilll.lrrnunru tnnat mint,!
artificial means for perpetuating the
strain wiucn lias somo marked char
acteristic cniiRlui? It In bn frnnuti nn
n variety. Somo of these methods are:
biidillng and gtartlng.
(linfMni; bv llin iiiptliii,! nf nfiiirnm.h
or Inarching, has be'eu known for" sonio
iiiim iiiHiiuxvuii. u is customary to
take a seedling two or three years old
und cut It along tho bide, severing
some C Inches of tho bark down us
far as tho growing layer of cells,
which are next to tho wood, Tho vari
ety to bo iicrpctuated Is prepared In
tho same way. These two mo then
brought In contact and securely wrap
ped with para .11 n cloth to exclude 'the
nlr. thus preventing drying out.
In rrom alx weeks to two months
tlnio the growing layers of tola of
tho Btock and tho seedling will havo
united. Tho stock Is then severed and
tho top of the seedling Is removed.
Tho two exosed ends being waxed
to prevent decay and doing out. Tlila
leaves the desired lirauch of tho Block
securely united with the Boedllng.
Thla can either bo planted or used in
tho samo way to pioduco other Inarch
plnntB. Cnro should bo taken to leave
several buds below tho Inarch from
which new slioota will develop.
The Kedcrnl Experlmen' Station ills
pta)8 all Intci estlm? ncf-flnn titm.,,.!.
Oil Inarch. Uhnwlni- tf,n l.ntnn nt II..
stock nnd rccdlltig throughout bov-
i-iiii wen uenned areas. In tlmp tho
Inatch will bo Just as strong as If It
was a untural growth Instead of an
A chart exhibited gives ono a very
lucid Iden of how tho Bevoral different
method of Inarching may bo employ,
ed. To removo a graft of n- cholco
variety faun a potted leedllng; to
giaft i ilinlce variety on mi establish
ed JBto.n and to give a new root s)s
tern to a stunted tree by planting a
seed near the base by Inarching the
Can, Bud Mango.
The mango may be budded by mnk
Ing a vertical Incision about Inches
In length through the bark. A curved
Incision should also b0 made at the
bottom of the vertical Incision to In
sure of the bark not cracking when
the operator begins to gently turn
tho bark iiway from the wood. A bud
is thou cut from tho dealred variety,
by taking about 3 incim., r i..i, i...
low and abpvo the bud. Tho under
surface of- this bud und tho attached
bark and wood should not bo hnndled
."no b-rowing tibsues aro very sen
tithe. Thin bill) Iu Ihnn l......... ,
- maul ivu ue-
tween tho separated bark ami tho
Tho bud Is then fastened In place
by wrapping the entlro Incision with
the exception of a small area Just over
tho bud. A Becnml otri,, r.r . n,
olnth I . --... I'UIUIUIIO
clo h is then suspended from tho ton
. . " vcr "10 uuU e an
apron. This keeps off the uirect rayE
or tho sun and prevents tho wlna from
Irylug out tho exposed (Issue. I,
nbout one month the wrapping is re
moved und bhcrtlv nftn-u,,., i .!,.'.
?,u '."a " " ,lor"m"t bullion.
",u l" "' lenr Btock, makes
Us appearance. 'When till, shoot has
.ovoloped to about 6 Inches In length.
Uio original top 8 gradually removed
Ujiu browlne tho sap Into the shoot.
Shortly a te, wards the whole to , Is
tr(e4Vi"S "10 Klng' shoo
to form tho new top of t,e trco.
In vJlHol! 10C""8 aro on wWMtlon
"J which ono can readily Beo how
close),- the bu,i unites with the st el
nlm. thla will be J8t aa ?
If tho bud had always been there
Cood Fruit Assured.
waCyUnThbB,",,:"?K; '" Bh0W" ,n ,h0 ""'
mZ' J e. '"clel" '" "'' co being
Stiuon .,7"9 f" ulrlmwtnl
c,,,!!UUlU,S " IWri,on ' "Osolutely
ceituln of good frlttt. providing ,i
Inteiestlm: M ZT!" n"m,"3T .
A. Lartley and 0. 1'. wilder. '
secure 'l1' w. lhy have beeu
an leadlly Bt.u tho ruat,muI ,
' Progeny, Many sinking
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nro shown. One notnblo specimen Is
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und tho stnmctiB and utlgmu of tho
A number of tho Icsccr known hi
biscus, such us. 11. arotlans; II. young
undents; II. brnckenrldgl. are shown.
Tho act f pollination Is performed
by removing tho anthers, beforo they
havo ripened, from tho flower desired
ns tho female. Pollen is then taken
from tho flower dekliod ns tho mal.
parent and dusted on the stigma of
tho female. Tho pollinated flower Is
then protected from further cross pol
lination. When tho seeds havo ripen
ed numerous varieties aro found.
"My Idoa of getting rid of tho
hookworm and the pollngra germ,"
n marked the man on the car this
morning, "would be to tie their tails
together und hang them over a
clothesline." Toledo Hlade.
American lnw)crs nre horrified at
the French Judicial s)stem ut.der
which tho Judge tortures prlsoneis.
Pi this country the lawyers tutruio
prlsoneis. Utchmond Nows Leader.
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BY TIIE HAWAIIAN POULTRY
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With Educational Exhibits by the
Hawaii Experiment, Station and the
Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry,
IN THE NATIONAL GUARD
Jan-12, 13, 14 & 15
DAY AND EVENING .
Admission 25 Cents
Children under 12 years. ..10 Cents
Season tickets $1.00
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOWE
Of New 'York City
"THE SUNSHINE PREACHER1
More widely known as "Dinah the
Preacher," will present her:own In
terpretative Dramatization of
TUESDAY JANUARY -18, 8:15
Part of proceeds to Central Com
mittee, Anti-Tuberculosis Fund.
TICKETS on Sale at Bergstrom
PRICES, $1, 75c, -60c. Balcony
Tickets to Students, special rates,
Specially Arranged Pro
gramme for Children
Friday & Saturday
Prize Matinee Saturday
FOR CHILDREN. The Kirl holding
the lucky number gets a doll, and
the boy a knife.
Fort Street Below Beretania ft
The Wonders of
"The Greatest Scenic Picture Ever
Views of Twin Falls and Shoshone
MISS VICTORIA ORVILLE. Vocalist
'MR. WALTER STANTON,
Prices 5, 10, 15 and 25 Cent
Cor. Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets.
A STUDY IN BUCK AND WHITE
, Extra Attractions
The Popular Soubrette
NO-INCREASE IN PRICES
NEW DANCE HALE
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
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and' Thursday. "" p' aonaay
uooa music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
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Admission 100. ladies Free.
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