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nvns'iNo nuu.nTiN, Honolulu, t it. s Tumnv, Nov. 20, idio.
Short Stories For Evening Hours
(By Joseph R. Farrington.)
111.11 Ik llif tititclici'H kciniHchynneil vegetnb'o fcuiW In connection
fro or gicnn bones cut In n bono will got f.ilily sullfa
cutter, or mill; swept, four or lint- I'owls icoulro thn Oil
tho glowing chirk nlioul .'" pounds of dry teed for on li
ho many lay more eggs. I'or example,
tory results.! tho Leghorn oats a ory small quail
tiulvnlcnt ot; my nt rood eniiiinro 1 Willi bl.ds of
BREAKING THE NEWS.
It "requires about four geese to two Minipwhat )mu piniiirbfrniiica
mU!Xi nnninl ,,f f,..illipiH. Picking These aro cnllei'l Hip pelvic or" "lay"
- . -. .-. 1 - !.. ..I !. ,.. .... I .
lib, geese Tor their' leathers la,)?. yn"."" ,.re J"l ""- ' "." " " ''" "
V -. ...'. ' htn..nll ...l.i.l. l.o ntllri lltllbl llfiaa f.,n,l nil. I tl
thn American clans. Thn average
I oghnin 1 ivr a Hiiuillnr egg, nnd more
f tV-u. It eggB wcio Bold by
Wright It wnulil he n clIfTPrcnt Hint
tor, hut t'lc-v nio eoIiI at tho tamo
ptlcp, whether largo or small.
"Well the- chllilicii blurt back to "Well, look heic' sulci Murclilsoii, ,f.qtlM-' that has practically, men r ..... ...... ... -. .-
wen, mo cuiiiimi wuri u.ilr . , ... ... ..,., ' ,vj ,,.... ......'., , ,i- a,,.!-.,.. U When nil cm; tin laid? these honcn mnv bo Used to
reboot In tew d..v how." observed " " . , , " "" "'!"""l ' - ", ' .,,.., Wt-ft f.fc.l apart' to allow Its .rtlon. but they
Mm. Murch.,on, when she ha,, son,,! "'""' " A,,.l7 J? , ,,: u ,,u H only .liage, S When thn bones a,e orrccty, be.K a
herself I" ner nusuni... ... u. .. - t-or-soelety' ..., -m, .hU tl,., ... mm. rnfthn.l. pUnlile. and "spread sum- dilute for fce.l
lirary. . . .......... .i. -..' .... ....., ,.. nl..,.. 'lhi-no n.MpiA to lie ,,..ih,nu
ill I1UI IIVM It.-io, ........ -- 11,1,1. nil,! lllJL HUB 1. 1 !' I, 'II tlwo.-IJ
I It III
.wmi iienrj s wuiiiii.K ' "u" """ " conllned,
about that while we had ho many oth
said Mr. Murchl
"hut of course, the hoy could uso
Murchlson urunted iisBtnt, keepliiR
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k:'"'o- . . . .J,.
"Yes, I sui.pose e miRlit to tiPRin "
.,.,,.,........... i,i. ir.. i "1 wasn't roIiir to say
M..ni.iu.. iiii fltiuii IiIm nailer
..'. iw ,i ,.irn,l ,...ri.s the table rr thlnw t fare
. . . ki i. .i.i I It 1" Iwi ri. FOll
in ner. iMi.iKiMK '"" ' - ,. . ..,,, ,,
,... wlfo rocked and s.l.ehed In sll- - :',. ' ' 'L ..
Then slut ",D """"-
, Iiir lo hide the HUfilcloli of a SUIIIP.
I . ., .,. .u..,,. -i
i en, io i"n x.io iriiiu, nm- .i.,
llobhle has cone clear throuRh Ills
1 1 llltlo shoes this summer, playing
ought to lia n new
fed unwholesome, food or P"'"''' i.Piw.en mem. .i . ....
kept In too warm hoiisefl. '"" ,"t "" "'" " "' ""
i : ,.aiiu,n fnn.i for If Hiov nm bird and hiinv,
r.iinllv cioyp loReiner, me lien wu.i.u nui
nnythlnK u"K,.h. ... ., '., ,' ),e considered as l.iihiR nt thr,t time,
llieie m more u niv k.iiu.-i. - . , ,
mi.,.. .. r.i ,...,i, i.xnerieiice mis miu .. m." ...'o
Ken. inn . .1,, if. .... ......
II. t. .... .. ..Ia II fflK ffMlllf
iX fowl and .1, 'h.udV clr 'pouiuy nnt a hot. I- lav,nK at Ihe ...no the
... i, exnminniiou was nume.
If fpios are ecptal rpcsp will pair.
needs nnlmnl food and the laying r.00 pounds of live weight. 1 lint is.
hen must linvo It In order lo be inn hers welshing llo inmndi each
able to do her best ns a layer. v ould leculte about 27 poundB of
No possible combination of graliiB dry matter each il.iv. If they nro
will furnish material for great egg glicn milk or green cr other wet ot
pinductfon. Such hlslily nltiogen- Juicy ficds, tlic will reiiulrc less,
oil cako meal, gluten grain. bout" foi'r omces of ury .Mr. Tllllnghaft, tno great ion-
per day Is Ihe quantity re- iiectlriit-egg f.uincr, fec.ls his layois
make a bal.iircd' i .ulred for best results. I nnd rrnws his chl kens on wheat
do not fill tho bill Tho best rule Is to watch tho screenings and beet Mnap3. It does
t best only n sub- fowls and feed about all they will iyu make Ihe legs fo yellow as com,
Is from animal eat. It Is not a good plan to allow, ami yelow legs please the trnilo
feed lo lie uneaten. There Is no ieit n It Is wlso to pleaso thn trade,
No feed formula Is perfect Hint ilanger of tne nens iiee.ii.iuiK ;" " occaure n iki'b ;n u.u i.ib n....
.'.., nl Inxln.ln P. fle!l vtllff of KOmP BS lliniT AS tllPy 1110 KPIJl OUHy I
kind tin pait of tho ration. This rnlch'ng fcr their feed. It Is thn
. ., , . ..., .., , ,,..., Imvo lt,n n.pfl reizll-
may lie calioages, iciiuce, ueei ni.u .. i.e.. i ..wn m.- --.--
turnip (ois, green grass or greon larly.
clover, beets, turnips or nlf.ilfa hay,
metho.l will usually leu wneiuer m ml Flllp vegetnhlo feci asltio in. in
enco for a few lunuients.
"Vou know. Ilpnry starts to high
school this full, and we won't learn
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T" """V" "V:.V "T . ' around and h.
: :,,:,:' ;.,, i . n..i- i.i. .o..k 1,1.1,
Murchlson laid down his paper
itgalii and went so fni as to remou
lds nos.-Klnsses. This was really
the laying season usually opens In
February. Young ganders make bet
ter breeders than do joung geete. As
a rule, geeso aro fiee from dlsMsc.
Old geese ate more reliable and lav
more eggs than do any other domes
It lines nnt pay io rusn m- mem-, ,.,...,. ri.iel.niii.
.-i.lll 1 1t 1 IX IIIIMIIL riuiiih -.......-.
hat IiIiir searon. Vnil.R geese snou.. Eastern experl
When hens have the run of tho
(.inn tliev act cnoiich grepn feed
It Is n curious fact that while we ..,., ,,. ...nrnipr nionths. but even
pay no attention to theories nbout fMm )ielR wlffpr for VCKOtai,iP f,,e,l
feeding, that come from those that M w,llnr ,iniPB3 t s Buppllcd them.
nave nail no seienun1 r..i...ni. .
extended experleiue. when they talk
...mi. r..n.ltn entile nr RW'lllP. WO
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Oinn.lynra nt their faCO ,M
m....i ..nrcnii. win. keen chlckPUC
grains must bo fed for best rpsulls. . , k . ,1)W ,() km !V fmvi. Tne .
usually chop tho liea.l on wiui n.i
n, and then follows n wl'd Ilopplng
nl nut that makes tho nenoua one
icolvo never to repeat tho opera
tion. Tho birds should be kept
1 The feed of n fowl should bo without feed from .eighteen to twen-
bulky ns well as nutritious, as feed- tyfour bonis beforo killing, unless
concentrated feeds, such aB lliey nro io on nraw... in ,y,..u.. ......
nnd by.iiroducts, Is not good they should have no teen lor in .'.
t 1 1 n BtinVi
Vitlite. very often, when they MBUi """ " "'".,.' ,, , ,,. ,mr. i,nf,.e killing. In either
worlhv of n minute's thnilKht.
"Yes, yes," he a.Iuiltlid, "I suppose
!; will. Well, lie's got to hao the
Looks. All we can do Is to get Vim
when he lln.ls out what they are
More expense, of rnurc, but w'e
Hit to expect that There's no lis
tening about It In advance" Then
be went nil reading
"William put clown thai paper lor a
minute," said Mrs Miirchlmiu, deeli
Ively. "I want to talk to you about
I lie ehlldien's going lo school."
"(Ireul Scott!" ejaculated her bus
land, "hae wo got to put In the en
,lre evening discussing the purchase
of a few iiirasley school books? Any-
I inly would think ou were going to
buy a bungalow on'nn nero lot!"
Mrs Muicblsou. disregarding this,
imtliieak. said In a ecn olco: "Mil
.'red posltlcely miMt hae a new
icbool ilieas. The child hasu'l had u
Cling new for nearly u year."
Murchlson put down liU paper in
('espulr. "She hasn't?" ho demand, d.
' Didn't )ou buy her a lot of or
thing Just n month ago or so, when
ihe was going up lo the lake will.
ill.s who mulled ni.il dofl!y threaded
1 er needle Don't be absurd. Wil
liam," sle said "Thoso weie sum
mer chillies, to be worn .luring va-
n( loll. Do 11111 expect the child In
in rlg'it on wearing them until next
iprlni;? What I said she needed Is a
icliooi dress she needs two as a mat-
ler of fact."
cent when he shirts to school. An.l
I'm going to get him a little white
sailor hat one of thiup cheap ones
will do us well as nu thing."
"Well, I suppose we'll hne to think
about It n little," said Murchlson ns
he got up and hunted for his pipe.
"Yes, that's what I said at the start,"
1 pra tlW Hie ice.l compares nun u.u v.. u...e - --
.'digestive Juices do not geneialo Ihe c-.se they Ehould have no wa er to
not see ila light until tn.i tenner , . . .,.,..,,, n i.iptln niass III a way lo icsuii in iienc-i """-. ,.,., ....
11.., . 1. it...... .nl""1" "...". .""- . .,. l I ng. wnen rn.my . "",
Miung grass Is out. I a eh them ,,,, RWM, ,mly feed formu- digestion. ,n
that the grass Is right for Ihein l.r , M ,, l)V imlry rasors In There l not so much dlrfeienre In! 1" " ' n Uie
the time they ate able : do their, t)p w,irl, t)ic buplhl wag IC nutilllvo value of the various '" through the
II,., .....wlnrlnen nrrillllll the CIMIn . ..V . ... .1 1- t,n,l 1... . ,1..... ....... ,.! I, I.UI..1 111-' "ll1-" '" . . .
,,,rl " "" :. . puiiiisaeii, saying iin-fc mi.......... h,.,,n .,....., " . , mouth. Ab roon ns I he vein is cut ... rcuintnliiR
11,1,1 i.nlilu Hie coose. or li the Surd ,..,,.,. i... ii,ne fur- i, i.n,,,....,i.K- in n . mis b era h e e.x-1 '" . . . .. . ....... ., ..I n,K fouiu.iins.
.. . I liven ..mm. r. nm. ....-- t .... - .-, , rim tlm inline .11 1110 Kline . .r.ll.K"
... . .!... ..II T. i-fllm .... .. .. . .., . ......,.,.. ,i.... . li la. ...it i .
c.i.ii emu. iii-n iin-iii ... ' " i iiuiiitur tiipiii. ii rcnuires oiiu a lent. aoiwiiiik.iiiui.iik.v 'i D" ":
If -i goo?e Is to be fattened, do mt
pen It up and feed It Just corn, b
cauae It then becomes ono iiiaks of
fnt. If you feed It corn nnd give It
a free run, It can balnnco the ration
with grass nnd Hint will rIo son .1
good fleshy fowl.
Dirks nm easily frightened, niftl
when frightened looso flesh rapidly.
Thereforo do not put them near tho
street or walk where persons pass
ing will keep HiPin In continuous
Thn largest egg farm In New Kng
land buys pulleta of all kinds, wheth
er mixed or not, and depends on
them for summer eggs. . , '
i .. a l. n... 1 1 mi"i ii i rnn nn v ii inur vni n imiiin inn' ' 11 ih' iicil , . .. .. . ..
, , . . s iiisniiig ui.iii. .. ........ i .t.... .-.".. r, ,. , i the roof of the moiun lino ine nraiu,
geere on bare ground Is next to anllttIp kll(lwir,iKP f the science of H.st to coullno fowls to any single .,',,,, ,,,,' ), i,r, (0 i,,so all
Impossibility. reeding to see that these formulas BrnB. fpiiko of feeling. Instead or plerc-
(leere aro poor produeeils. where ,.nnirn,ict each other and Hint not nes i,nVe never got far away, i -,ln ))raM t10 f()Wl r.n ), ,iar.
Ihe mating has been deferred until j n P,1R0 otl(, f them Is built upon fr()m ti, rveilhiK hahltB of their n"'iw.I hy a blow on the head,
late. Thete is nothing heller titan anv itnnwle.lge of the comparallvo CPSlr!,. Tliey like a nrlety and Uko ' In )n')(it lll:lI kctH dry picked lilrcls
fall mated hlnls that have become ( values of the feed composing them. , ROt tlielr feed nlowly.."0?nln arp ,)Icf,.rml, ,nc ordliiR to the
accustomed to their homo and Its. )t BCeins that a feed formula for 8lim,t ll(,vcr i,0 fed lohens lii n clilolcon exjiert of tho Department of
rurioundliiRS, and Hint have had a .nultry Is held to lm something mys- tttitiKli. but always sealtered In 1lt- ,filc-ultu . lmmedlntely nfterklll-
chnnce lo select ineir mime i.ijuik terlous, ns II noining uau '-ve. i"" tPr r KIIIIio Kluil wnere tuny ran i.. whl'o the bird Is still blee.llnR,
Kbit nana mndn of rapt lion will
bo found very convenient for dilnl-
necnusn iney u--
ouartoiB. fleese will lav In out-of-the-way
places. Kn"ourago them In
this bv laving some ban els down
p.irtlntly sneened with brush, etc..
ami cell lllled with straw. A nest
minds In that," said Mr. Murchlson.
"Willi Mlldied's clothes and her new
looks and over) tiling clso It will count
up pretty well."
"Her now books?" snorted tho head
NUNS DRIVEN INSANE
DURING LISBON RIOTS
I.ISIION. I'iiiIiiriiI. Oct :10. As a
icstill of the leeent lighting between
Ktreet mob.' and clericals an Kng
llrh nun named Tipping, fifty ce.irs
nbl, went mad after her expeiiences
.lining Ihe stoiinlng of the convent.
Todaj sl.o Jumped from a window
mi the third Hour of the houce occu
pied b Hugh (lalsfurd, Keeon.l sec
retary of the llrltlsh Legation, where
h" had been giv. n shulter. Iloth
b-'S weie hi uken and her chest was
She was ie'.a?ed fiom ill.) ar enal
in Mnndav nnd Mr. t.nlsfoid reeelv
e.l her a a gueit In a state or utter
coll.tp'o and liinrlng symptoms of
Insanltv. ller .. million was such
that when she was remoM'd to his est have the nm of the breeders'
ho'ne she tesls'el vlo'ent'y, still jnr.I. (leese aie ery long-!Uednn.l
leailiig iei--ei'ii tin lie. mind clear- have been good piodurors oven nt
..1 Just lii-fnie de.itli and she io elv- the hge of 101) years. If you have a
ed the l.n.1 uii'i ..inentF ..r the church. gii(ll gnoso that docs well, keep her. wrt(,8 jmipr i'erls. In tho I'm
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iirr i;ii m.m.ib nnu iu.u ,,i n.i- ii. iitniier .. hue IS oilier .ii.il. jmi , Wnrli!
are. She would be a total failure,
as a roast, anyway.
fleese do not require large pasture
fields, but one In which tho grass,
Rieen rye or clover yields roo.1. Op
llttlo grain nnro a
das Is all they require. Shallow
boxes with whatever Rrain they are
to be fed may be plnced In their pas
ture nnd the geese allowed to help
themselves. Less care Is requlied In
feeding them than with either chirk,
ens, ttiikess nr ducks. They require
the plckej- Bhnul.l remove the teath
ers, heliiR cnrefiil, not to tear tho
done In determine what nutritives B,.ratch for It.
nnd whnt proportion of them Bhoul.l ilpuf Frrill, fimv bo fed In n s,liit-
boused In fee.lliiR poultry for a spo. ,p(, lrm,, ,, u,Py Can help them-' ftlclti. if tho picker should wait
cine purpose. I selves lo It. I have tried this for. until the bird Is pinctlcally cold, Ihn
Not every poultry breeder has had n C00ll many sears and they dl., not reatherB will he removed with illnV
egg'wlll aid In their accepting It ns' , onl,ortuiilty to se-tire an ediica- Cilt In(,I0 than they neecl. A few cully. As 'roon ns picked, tho fowl
their futine laying place. Hon along tho lines that treat of tho imuitrymen feed their hens In hop- should be hung In a rool place un-
Asold excltltiR the Reese; let themj rrPllr( ()' fecJIiiR, nnd I do not ,,prSi iutlng clIITeteut kinds ot feed HI thoroughly cold. If tho weather
nlnne. Do not chano them nrnuml: , n,ini.- ii n cood ..Ian to enter too . ,nieiul .llrrerent receutacles. im-!ls warm nnd tho fowls arc to bo
step dogs from niinoylng them. J tioci1- Into this matter when discuss- tnp. t10 1PI, Relect for themselves.1 pa-hod In Ice. they should be placed
nvervHiIng has Its sad Influence n,1(. tct., formulas. ' I This plan unn not be lecommende.l In a tanu or i o water ami leu uiiiu
Hie fertllltv of the eggs. Young i, , , i ..,,. in, .,, i...,, n mlvtiire fnr tlm lmirer breeils. nltlioimli It nil thn nnlmnl heat has left tho
geese nie poor breeileis. Tor that ()f f.ran w,r, (-onintns Ave pounds rcems to work pretty well with Leg
reason. If In doubt ns to two lots ()f nr, tc) ,l(umiH 0( wheat and ten horns.
of different ages, always .ct the old.j .,(,.lmi1! r Kalllr coin. 1 know I must (iene-ally speaking, the poultry-
give them two and ouc-hnlf pounds man need not worry nm h nbout
of beef scraiis In older to furnish feeding formulas. If he will feed
A fence two feet high will enn
(lno iluckB, nnd It will uo ln""1y "
climb over. ''
body. II. llceln in the Chicago Dally
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them with the. nutritives which are
necessary to great cgg-prnuucii.i,
nbout one third ns much corn ns'nll
other grains nnd feed animal nnd
It does not piv to feed mole rood!
Hum Is needed Tor egg production.
A Final! bird does not iinsume us '
much rood ns a largo one. nnd et
.j. 4. .;.;.: ! ! 4-
Wank hooka of nil sorts, ledgem,
eli-., maniifncturrd hy thn Uullctlii
glvenets for her enemies.
'lluciugh her ravings before the
.iccldi nt it wus burned that several
i.lhei iiuiiii went Insane during Hip
it.irmlug of Ihe .nuvent, nun of
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I lllllll ..111$ lUIIIIMV.i IIWIII lilt- il.Cl.tll -.,,! ..n.l.t.A n
...1-..II ..II .I..1.I .nl.l MlirellUnn' !.,.... c '"" l"""' "
i.u-ii, 11. .in..... - iiuiiiy 111 .1 ll)lllg llllltlll.il... eve.n.
with n faint sigh. "It seems lo nm . Illlllla ilJ( mnri'iliig Horn nervous
tills opening or school Is going lo to ,llH
blamed exienslve beloro we get on the way lo the funeral of Miss
through with It-" I Tipping an Kngllsh Catholic chap-
ies, wevo goi 10 innico up ...ir . . ..nested. lie was released
on thowlng the llilllsh flag in Ills
buttonhole. Miss Tlipli)g was hur
led In Hie splendid tomb of the Duke
or Pa Imello.
A terrible ntory wus told of tho
If, for part of the wheat, I sub
stitute an equal weight ot middlings.
nnd Tor n pari or the corn I substi
tute coin-meal. In order to bo able
to Iced mash once n day. It does nnt
change tho nuHltive ratio enough to
make any practical dllTcrence.
If I 1 mild get nil the milk my
hens would consume 1 could leave
olT the beer scrap entirely with good
results In the way ot eggs.
If it Is hummer Hmo and my hens
have liberty to run nbout the faim
water for drinking, the same nsl know I can drop beer scrap nlto-
1 storming ot tho nunnery hy
.Mother Superior, who says that
thiee times she appealed In vain to
Ihe Fiddlers for protection. Then
with the slstera she went Into tho
1 save them from desecration.
with now books?"
"Why. William!" expo.Uulatod his
wife, "llavo you forgotten that Mil
dred passed for sixth grado last
June? And you were so proud ol It
that you told everybody ubout your
tun who wus going to start to high
school nt H, unci your brilliant llttlo . '. .
daughter that was In sixth grade at It. ' Oraniliun So you took .vnur (list
That's another reason she will have to " '" ' dancing today, they tell
hnvo Homo new clothes, Hhe will be ''' ' 1 " '""I " dllllcult?
lather out of thn children's classes: Sninll Hdna Oh, no. All I had
now nnd will mingle with larger I to do wus keep turning 'round and
Klrls." 'round nnd wiping my feet.
chickens, but do not nee.! enough to
bwIiii In, If they have access to n
pond you will nnd the feathers n lit
tle finer nnd more Unity. Ilangor
A test which some have, claimed
chapel nnd burned thn s.iciamenta to as nal nnd conclusive for picking
out laying nens is iiescriueu ny 11. r..
I'hllllps of thn Knnsas experiment
station. This test Is tho same as
supplied In some of tho "systems"
so widely advertised nnd sold at sev
eral dollars ea li.
lmmedlntely below the tall nt thn
end of sldo pieces of lhn lnck nre
gether nnd still get a lot or eggs;
ror the hens will find enough bugs
nnd wciiius to supply tho demand ror
It nnMhliiR has been absolutely cs-.
tablUhed nB to feeding poultry, ox-1
1 opt geere, t Is that nnlmnl feed of
somo kind Is positively necessary to
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lapi'l nun ) iiuui'ii 11m ki,jiii u,-.i
nung nnd to promote egg produc
tion ntler the hens como to tho lay
Thin animal food may bo hugs
nnd worms picked up on the range,
ll may lie the dried and ground heel
scraps prepared lor poultry teed. It
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