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New port, K, I , July 23 Colonel
John J. Astor nntl his former wife nrc
expected to dlvldo the reason hero.
Colonel Antor la hero nnd Mrs, Alitor
In expected the. latter pnrt'of the sea
son with her brother, Unrton Willing.
Uoth havo ninny mutual friends. For
Colonel Astor to remain after Mrs.
Astor arrhes would create an awk
ward situation wherein friends who
take no sides would suffer.
Colonel Amor's yacht Is I nthe har
bor with every thins aboard for n
cruise. When Mrs. Astor arrhes he
will leao. He has arranged for the
departure so It will not appear that
lio Is getting out of the nay because
of his former wife. It Is understood
that ho never Intended to stay the seu
With him will go his son Vincent.
who Is also popular here. It Is de
plorable, society says, but the same
situation tins arisen beforo in Now
port nnd has been managed so deftly
that thero wus no clash
REAL ' ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, Aug. 5, 1910,
1-eo ton et al to Tong Chan CM
Lou York Cliooug to Chal Illng
l.oo Look to Chal Illng Keo AM
IMoneer llldg & Loan Socy of Haw
to Grace W Kahoalll Hel
Oahu Hallway & Land Co .to Hono
lulu riantn Co . . ., Orant
Isabel Spencer and hsb to William
Iiwlu Addl Chgo
l.mlllo L d'Horblay to William N
.Armstrong ct al IA
II Fljwls and wf to Clcrtrudo O
Ilr,st Am Savs & Tr Co of Haw
Ltd to David I. yithlugton....Itol
Entered for Record Aug. 6, 1910,
Kmma A Nawahl to Notice ....Notlco
J K GamalleUon by Am of .Mtgco
-. lo Hllo Mercantile Co Ltd
t Korc A It ilt
Wilson Nahakuclua to A L Moses... M
Kohnla Itanclt Co Ltd to United
States of America L
11 M loela Manflanon and wf to
Jeanno n King D
Iloslua O K Dlnegar to Annu Btruu-
Kama Kulualawa el ul to Manuel
A Kcrrelra U
Hattle K Kaluhlokalanl and hsb to
Cluy. S Uoodness D
Frank do Lima, and wf to Maul 8
Manoel S Ilanios and wf to Frank
do Lima O
Christina M Ksplndu to Kiunclsco
M Kuplnnla ,,..1 J)
James II IUijinond nnd wf by Trs
In Tirst Nail Hank of Wallaku
Wiilluku Sugar Co to Klmlra Jolui'
son , lZxcli I.
CHICKENS AND OTHER POULTRY
(By Joseph R. Farrington,)
AT TIIU Saselm Nual Dockyard
work on tlio second class cruiser Tsu
kuiiu has been started; at the Ka
vvjsakl Dockyard work on tho big des-
trojir Vanmkaio Iiuh ,l)vsim; and thu
uiiukuzq.u-sisiur nup"io mo auuvu,
Is almost completed In thu Maldzure
Naval Dock) aid, und tlio trials will
take place shortly. Tho Kuwachi and
8 Hsu battleships now under con
struction at Kure will bo launched In
November next, and tho Akl wilt be
completed before next spring,
The hanging of llobuit Martin, n
lii'gio, at llelluvllle, III., furnished 't
holiday spectacle for 1GU0 men, who
held tickets of admission to the jail
yard, Among the sheillf's guest,
weie many negroes, Mm tin was ex
ecuted for thu murder of another
Poultry Runs Require Good Soli.
One of tho nMst Important thlngi
In 'poultry tolslng Is to hive proper
runs. H Is a mistaken Idea that tho
best land for poultry Is tho poorest
Innil that lies outdoors, or gravelly ot
.sandy land, nn acre of which will no
'produce enough liny to kMp a goa
flllve. Hens nnd chickens requlri
grass, and lots of it An nctc of gooi
gfnss land Is nrresMry for every hun
drcd adult fowls. A iioultry plant n
quires Just ns good soil ns a dalr
rami, no wonder so many people rn
In the hen business when they erect
their buildings upon sand. Ilemem
ber what tho Bible's warning Is nbout
building upon tho snnd and its ndvlec
about building upon tho solid rock
Ilcttcr locate tho plant upon a rocks
farm, for whern there are rocks, good
soil Is sure to be found
I'oultr) can be kept In most an)
kind of runs, providing thoro Is soma
thing for them t)i cat In the shape ol
green nnd nnlm.il food. Tnrds ol
range upon nr sandy or gravelly
land are usually ns destitute nnd bar
ren of animal food as the deserts of
Sahara. I.lttlo croskB, meadows
slashes, apple orchards, nnd woodt
make excellent runs for poultry, writes
A. 0. Symnuds Cnntoocook, N. II., In
American Poultry Advocate.
A small, wet meadow, with n little
brook oozing through It Is a good run
for. In such a place, mud worms, poly
woga, nnd various watorbugs an
found In great abundance. There arc
certain soft Btrcams that the liens on
Joy If such runs arc bushy, so mucl.
the better, for they will furnish shad
to tho fowls. Meadow land that It
drjer nnd with larger brooks alsc
make splendid rango for fowls.
nuns In slashes or brush pieces nrc
especially good for growing stock
Chickens loo to law undorne.ith low
bushes whllo resting, nnd they arc
bet ten protected from hawks If there'
are bushes under which they can
hide. Ilugs and Insects galoro an
found nround old stumps whore thr
original growth has been cut off am'
patches of grass and plover, hero and
thero furnish a bountiful -supply of
An apple orchard Is perhaps the
best run for poultry In any stago ol
life. yjenty ' Kras9. shade, bees
files, ruottw, worms, nnd varlour
kinds uf Insect life are evtr present
A heavy growth of wood or tlmbor
furnishes an excellent working plnct
for the hens, especially In hot wcath
er. leaves and pine needles have many
kinds of Insects lurking under them
nnd tho hens enjoy raking them over
for thee choice morsels they will dls
A run one-half covered with grass
tho other hnlf planted to corn, makes
n good, combination, green food from
thn gr.isslnnd, nnlmnl food nnd slndr
from tho corn piece.
Chickens may bo ullowed frco range
In grass, growing oats, potatoes, corn
nnd garden stuff, with great benefit
not only to them, but alto to tin
Free rango for poultry Is tho Inex
orublo law of nature Confinement
Is an artificial condition. Poultry left
to themselves will not often frequent
sandy land or sand banks unlets to
dust themselves. Hens given thel.
freedom arc much better ablo to sat
isfy their wants and supply tholr
needs than nny ono human being Is
able to do when the hens nro in con
In parts of tho country where foxes
abound or other animals destructive
to iioultry It Is necessary, to bo on
the snfo side, to cnclo3o one's farm
or poultry tange with a wlro fenco
having tho nush lino enough to keep
out all Intruders and the fenco tight
at the bottom and at least four feet
in height. If no fence Is put up ono
might not bo troubled for several
ears and thou havo so sovero a blow
struck, to rally from It would cost a
Small enclosures and poultry yards
should bo frequently renewed by plow
ing und stedlng down.
Whatever runs aro used for poultry
let thorn be productive not sterile, ot
an abundancb of green nnd animal
food, with plenty of shade, and, if
coutlnemcnt in jards Is necessary,
muko them approach natural condl
tlons as near as iwsslble Ilangor
rango Yarded fowls, It 'left to ta'te
cnie of themselves to the extent that
the free range iioultry may be, will
prove unprofltnl) c. tly all means tlioso
who rre. situated whero tho chickens
mny run fieo should not bother with
ynuls. except n small run on one side
f tho house, which may bo used In
tormy wintry weather or when tho
ens inreatcii me destruction of somo
tvorlte gariUn crop. M. Hustings In'
Good sol) and lots ot bugs "und teed
of various kluda mean less food bo
cause the poultry can And nearly all
their food aud'nlso get good exerclso
Tho farm iioultry kcejiur of tho old
school does not yard his fowls, Tlio
fancier, who Is generally a village or
city dweller, 1b obliged to construct
urds. -As the fancy poultry breeders
are the ones who do most of tho writ'
Ing for tho poultry papers, the Idea of
yards becomes Infused Into poultry lit.
cruture. with tho result that farmers
who begin to tnko an Interest In poul
tts bleeding often go to tho expeuso
of building poultry yards In Imitation
or the town poultrymau. Now, as u
matter of 'fact, yaided pou'try can
b made to give reilly better results
than fowls on free range, but It takea
u lot of unnecessary labor to supply
them with tlio shade, exerclso nnd
green food that thej sccuro on tho
In hlltl.ltnrv inn ...... 1-.. I .
- P- "M tiwiiiiij IMJUIO IIU
not mako nn thing elaborate but thel
moro simple tho better becnuso the)
nro easily cleaned. Whitewash takes
tho placo of paint very well.
An open front iioultry house In this
country Is tno best thing because then
lie fowls get lots of fresh air. Tlmrn
s not much danger In your older birds
)f gelling frozen,
If chicks nro allowed to roost on
imnll thin roosts when first roosting -they
will devolqp a crooked breast,
bone which Is a very bad thing In
market fowls, because they do not'
ninltn n l?nn.l Dinnn.nnnn tl. l I
hlbltlon birds they do have a bad np '
Poultrj coops that havo rcmoralilo
roosts 'nnd dropping boards can bo
cleaned much easier than permanent
Secret of Raising Chicks.
Tho great secret liT raising chicks
Is In knowing by their lookn nml ni.
tlonB If they nro comfortable. To
iiiBKo a success wo must loam 'o
know', but It does not tnk Inmr tr.
loarn In fact, our very llrst observa
tlons tells us, wo know by their looks
If they aro not comfortable they
Will try to huddle tOEethrr; pntrn, h
It that they pile up by climbing over,
but my experience tells mo that thov
pile up by nushlne under, tr tlmv ,n
oo warm they will have their necks
ureicneu, ami some may havo their
mouths open: If thev are romfnrln!,!,.
they aro quiet and do not pile up or
AVatchlng and dennmtlnir n ,.,.
thermometer has been responsible for
me neatli or minions of chicks. I have
known cranks to let thn ltiitn ri.iuu
perish while they persisted In having
uio mermometqr Just so Tho very
best thermometer is tho chicks them.
If tho wnrm chamber of tho
brooder has a cool and wnrm mi ii.n
chlckB will at nil times be found In
tno most comfortable placo. They do
their own ndjustlng. day or night. The
best regulator for tho brooder Is -
good biooder with tho lamp pjwer In
proportion; no self-rcgu'ator is equal
lo governing the heat when thn eon
lltlons nro so changeable Depending
Upon regulators has nitml mnnv
Thick cenictory. Farm and Home.
Fighting Fleas on Fowls.
I hno not been fully successful Jn
my light against tho chicken Ileus, but
hnvo lennird somo things. Here thoy
harbor worso In Btraw, therefore, keep
all hay and straw out of henhouse
and nests. Mako tho nosts of dirt
or ashes, If necessary. Cold helps to
hold them In check, and water qulto
Ilccently I was told that coal uches
will destroy them. Thoy nro n very
unpleasant pest, nnd ono must watch
for nnd fight them wherovor found. If
strict attention Is pnlil to keeping thn
yald freo from straw, thn houses and
nests cleaned often by using the hose,
if possible, and nests of ashes Indoors,
also dust baths, ou will find same
relief from them, Farm and Homo.
A good feed: It pounds kaflr corn,
1G pounds wheat, five pounds millet,
tlirco pounds cut oats, ono pound
bran, l'j pounds beet scraps. Orlnd
the kaflr corn and wlieat rather coarse,
then parch until brown, Also grind
tho beef scraps. Mix all tho Ingredi
ents thoroughly, and It Is ready to
nought chick feed Ins often an ox
tra amount of grit bo it is good to
feed (hem homo-made feed If you
have got tho feed to mako It with.
Somo peoplo keep dry bran boforo
llietr chicks constantly which Is n
very good Idea.
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If She Goes To Congress,
Promises To Resign If Not God.
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vjio") by Aim .-!;; I'ts AnnKUtlon"
KANSAS CITY. Kan, Jul) 24 If Mrs Kato Itlthards O'llnro Is elect
ed to congress fiom thjo Second Kansas district sho pronilses to tendar
hci resignation If tho oters of her dlslilct tjilnk Iut votm Inlho Interests
of tho tiusts. Mis O'Huro has nlrond written out her re-ilgnatlon, leav
ing It undated, thu date to be snppllid bj nn of hor following who
thinks Bho should havo voted "iinother vvaj on nny hill before congress"
It doesn't loolc as though Mis. O'Huo would hold her sent for long oven
if sho gets enough votes to tnko n Boat b Unc:o Joe. Mrs, O'Haro Is u
membor of the Socialist party S!io docs the family washing haweeu
making speeches. Sho has lift) of tlicso talks to bo nindo within tho uet
month, moro than ono a day and will follow "with moro talks In fact,
enough talks to-lnsure my election," sho sn)s
' Skin Buffoirrst Drop greasy salvos
and nasty medicines. That mild,
sobthlng'llquld, I). D. D. Prescription
stops the awful Itch with tho1 first
knowledged value. Get u bottle at
tho Honolulu Drug Co,
Mrs Ilettle Martin, aged 72 years,
mother of Alvnh II. Martin, Ilepub
Mean Nationul Committeeman from
Virginia, died at Norfolk, Va.
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