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The Royal Royallalm Palm of Cuba CubaRobert Ouba1tlo CubaitoberlBliph6
Robert itoberlBliph6 1tlo ert Bliektt BI JM in i Current C JJ nt Literature LiteratureNot LferatflreNot LrleraturtNot
Not only is the climate of Cuba Cubafavorable Cubafavorable Cubafavorable
favorable to the planting of crops cropswhenever cropswbenever cropswhenever
whenever the farmer chooses to toplant toplant toplant
plant them and the lands so rich richthat richthat richthat
that no fertilization is ever re required required required ¬
quired but nature seems to have havewith havewith havewith
with a beneficent hand reared rearedmany rearedmany rearedmany
many strange trees and plants to tosupply tosupply tosupply
supply the wants of man without withoutthe withouttbe withoutthe
the necessity of his planting them themhimself themhimseIt themhimself
himself First among these the e are arethe arethe arethe
the palms palmssome some twentysix vari varieties varieties varieties ¬
eties of which adorn the fields fi lds of ofCuba ofCuba ofCuba
Cuba giving shade food and lifeAt life lifeAt lifeAt
At the head of these stands the theroyal theroyal theroyal
royal palm This majestic tree treeconsists treeconsists treeconsists
consists ol a tall straight trunk ol olfibrous 01fibrous offibrous
fibrous wood supporting a cluster clusterof clusterof clusterof
of pennated leaves like a bunch of ofplumes ofplumes i
plumes on a long stick It is a amarvel amarvel amarvel
marvel of beauty and utility yet it itis itis itis
is one ot the most common of all alltrees alltrees alltrees
trees in Cuba It is met with most mosteverywhere mosteverywhere mosteverywhere
everywhere in the centre of a abroad abroad abroad
broad pasture land it often stands standsalone standsalone standsalone
alone tall and straight while whilebordering whileborderin whilebordering
borderin bordering the cultivated fields of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rich planter it forms shady shadyavenues shadyavenues shadyavenues
avenues to his dwelling Again Againits Againits Againits
its seed finds root among the theUiuuui theIUUU thegtuulu
Uiuuui IUUU of C ik u uo 6 forest ttr t send sendrootn SCtllding sending
ing the tall shaft hIgh up to bnd bndroom tindroom
room for its fairylike cluster of ofplumes ofplumes ofplumes
plumes in the free air above On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the plains it often forms delicious deliciousgroves deliciousgroves deliciousgroves
groves of shade and on the dis disrant distant distant
tant mountain it may be seen rear rearing rearing rearing ¬
ing its plumed crest against the thesky thesky thesky
sky and in the valley below its itsdark itsdark itsdark
dark green leaves murmur softly softlyin softlyin softlyin
in sweet cadence with the winding windingriver windingriver windingriver
river over which they sway swayThis swayThis swayThis
This palm has been called the theblessed theblessed theblessed
blessed tree for every part ol it ithas ithas ithas
has its usefulness to mankind mankindCcrtajn mankinde mankindertain
Ccrtajn e ertain tajn medical qualities are arefmed areed areed
fmed ed for its roots and its trunk trunkeasily trunkeasily trunkeasily
easily split into strips making makingexcellent makin makinexcellent makingexcellent
excellent boards for the siding of ofhouses ofhouses o ohouses
houses benches and even tables tablesAs tablesAs tablesAs
As the trunk is without any bark barkand barkand barkand
and its centre is very porous in increastngin inreasingin increasingin
creastngin density toward the outer outersurface outersurface outersurface
surface which is nearly as hard as asglass asglass a aglass s
glass it itis is only the outside hardshell hard hardshell hardshell
shell of the trunk which furnishesthese furnishes furnishesthese furnishesthese
these boards From this hard rib ribrous hbrous fibrous
rous wood some very pretty canes canesare canesare canesare
are made m ide which take a most mostbeautiful mostheautiful mostbeautiful
beautiful polish The leaves o othe of ofthe ofthe f
the palm grow from rom the centre oi oithe 01the ofthe
the trunk first in the form of ofa a delicate deli delicate delicate ¬
cate spire shooting shootin shooting up which whichgradually whichgradually whichgradually
gradually unfolding itself forms a anew anew anew
new leaf These leaves continue continueto
to grow from the centre spire to a agreat agreat agreat
great length forming the clusterwhich cluster clusterwhich clusterwhich
which in the case oi the royal royalpalm royalplm royalpalm
palm resembles resembl s so much a bunch
oi enormous plumes The me leaves leaveswhen leaves leaveswhen leaveswhen
when they cannot grow any moredrop more moredrop moredrop
drop to the ground from the bot bottom bottom bottom ¬
tom of the cluster thus making makingroom makingroom makingroom
room for he new ones which hich arealways are arealways arealways
always coming out of the centre centreThe centreThe centreThe
The bud or root of the centre centrespire centrespire centrespire
spire from which the leaves growconsists grow growconsists 2rowconsists
consists of a tender substance
buried deep down within the clus clusterjof clust cluster
ter terjof t rOC of green leaves and forms a avery avery avery
very palatable food either in the theraw tberaw theraw
raw state or cooked as a vegetable vegetableor
or made into a preserve with withsugar withsugar withsugar
sugar sugarOne sugarOne sugarOne
One of the peculiarities of theroyal the theroyal theroyal
royal palm is the stem of its long
leaves It is a semicircular seem stemwhich seemwhich seemwhich
which embraces the trunk of the thetree thetree thetree
tree and holds the leaf in place un until untli until ¬
til it withers and drops to the theground theground theground
ground This stem is called theyagua the theyagua theyagua
yagua It resembles a thinboard thin thinboard thinboard
board often as long as a man is istall istall istall
tall and the Cuban insurgent now nowstruggling nowstru nowstruggling
struggling stru gling for independence independencemakes independencemakes independencemakes
makes it serve him a variety o opurposes of ofpurposes ofpurposes f
purposes For example while I Iwaff Ia5 Iwas
waff was a5 Trr 1 nthe he e field it frequently frequentlyserved frequentlyserved frequentlyserved
served as a plate by simply cutting cuttingoff cuttingoff cuttingoff
off a section of it By soaking it itin itin itin
in water it is rendered pliable pliableso
so that it may be folded almost as asreadily a areadily a4readily
readily as a piece of stiff paper paperThus paperrhus paperrhus
rhus softened it is folded at the theends theend theends
ends end something after the fashion fashionof lashionof fashionofa
ofa of a bakers paper hat hate and fast fastened fastened fastened ¬
ened with wooden pins In thisshape this thisshape thisshape
shape it is called a i catarro and andserves andserves andserves
serves the Cuban farmer as a water waterbucket waterbucket waterbucket
bucket or a washbasin or a re receptacle receptacle receptacle ¬
ceptacle tor milk lard cheese cheeseeggs cheesee cheeseeggs
eggs e gs or whenever a receptacle of ofany ofany ofany
any kind may be needed I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have seen a group of rebels using usinga
a yagua ya ua thus folded as a kettle kettlein kettlein kettlein
in which to cook their breakfast breakfastof
of beef and yams The water keptthe kept keptthe keptthe
the fibrous wood from burningand burningandI
I was assured that the food thus thuscooked thuscooked thuscooked
cooked required no salt other than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that which was extracted from rom the theyagua thevagua theyagua
yagua in the process of cooking
I was also assured that in case of ofabsolute ofabsol ofabsolute
absolute absol ute necessity salt could be beobtained beobtained beobtained
obtained by the simple process of ofboiling ofboiling ofboiling
boiling water in a catarro when whengreen whengreeD whengreen
green and one enthusiast esti estimated estimated estimated
mated that a dozen catarros catarroswould catarroswould catarroswould
would produce a pound of salt saltIiaolca saltLaolc8 saltL
Iiaolca L otee and TobaccoHosbilal Tobacco TobaccoHosMtat TobaccoHosPial
HosMtat HosMtatIt HosbilalIt
It is is trite to observe that a large largenumber lar larnumber largenumber
number of the most characteristicchanges characteristic characteristicchanges characteristicchanJes
changes of the present rapidly cul culminating cuIminating culurinating ¬
minating fin de siecle period have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been in the direction of approximating approxi approximating approximatin ¬
mating matin the habits of the female to tothose tothose tothose
those of the male 01 ale sex Among Amon Amonthe
the familiar illustrations ill ustrations oi this thisfact thisfact thisfact
fact few arettnore are more remarkable than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the increasing increasin tendeny of ladies ladiestowards ladiestowards ladiestowards
towards the consumption oi to tobacco tobacco ¬
bacco III Very muchmay much muchmay muchmay
may be said upon either side of the thequestion thequestJon thequestion
question Old fashioned peopleare people peopleare peoplearc
are not unnaturally disposed to toregard toregard toregard
regard feminine smoking with a
feeling which approaches horrorand horror horrorand horrorand
and to think that no woman can
indulge in tobacco unless she be
lost to all that makes her sex most mostcharming mostcharming mostcharming
charming to delicacy to refinement refine refinement refinement ¬
ment to that power of selfdenial sell denial denialor
for or the sake of appearances that thatsimulates thatsimulates thatsimulates
simulates even if it does not constitute consti constitute constitute ¬
tute much which passes muster musterlor muster10r musterfor
for the highest order of virtueThe virtue virtueThe virtueThe
The new woman on the other otherhand otherband otherhand
hand does not see the object of de denying denyin denying ¬
nying nyin herself any indulgence towhich to towhich towhich
which she has a fancy and piti pitilessly pitilessly pitilessly ¬
lessly scons scoffs at those who wouldrestrain would wouldrestrain wouldrestrain
restrain her She regards them asprudesorasimbeciles as asprudes asprudes
prudes prudesorasimbeciles or as imbeciles May there therenot therenot therenot
not be some middle aspect and andmay andmay andmay
may there not be valid reasons why whythe whythe whythe
the use of tobacco is or is not de desirable delfrable desirable ¬
sirable for either sex Its influ ipflu ¬
ence in all essentials must be thesame the thesame thesame
same upon both and the question questionwhether questionwhether questionwhether
whether it should be used must mustcertainly mustcertainly mustcertainly
certainly be capable of elucidation elucidationin
in the eyes of reasonable people peopleby peoplebv peopleby
by an unprejudiced consideration considerationof
of its effectsWe effects effectsVe effectsWe
We Ve must begin by b saying that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we have not the smallest sympathy sympathywith sympathywith sympathywith
with that systematic consumptionot consumption
ot tobacco which is only too widelyspread widely widelyspread widelyspread
spread among the younger males malesof malesof malesof
of the community and which whichrenders whichrenders whichrenders
renders so many public places pes pestiferous pestlierous peshferous ¬
tiferous We Ve think that the con constant constant constant ¬
stant smoker among young men isvery is isvery s svery
very frequently one who is enabled enabledby enabledby enabledby
by the perpetual influence ol 0 a nar narcotic narcotic narcotic
cotic to live in a fools paradise toneglect to toI toneglect
I neglect duties to play with studies studiesto
to lose opportunities and to whom whomit
it is quite certain that a bitterawakening bitter bitterawakening bitterawakening
awakening will one day come We Weare Weare Weare
are quite prepared to believe thecorrectness the thecorrectness thecorrertness
correctness of o the reports which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have come from certain American Americanuniversities Americanuniversities Americanuniversities
universities of competitions between be between between ¬
tween smokers and nonsmokers nonsmokersin
in which the former were beaten beatenin beatenin beatenin
in everything everythingin in games of skill shillin skillin skillin
in trials of strength and a nd in position positionin
in the class rooms We are familIar famil familiar familiar ¬
iar as every doctor must be with withthe withthe withthe
the fact that many busy profes professional professional professional ¬
sional men whose duties in in life re restrict reo reostrict restrict ¬
strict their use oi tobacco to certain cer certain certain ¬
tain periods of the day and there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore to what is practically moder moderation moderation moderation ¬
ation lOSe 311 tile tiepcdla which whichshould whicnshould whichshould
should naturally come from an au autumnal autumnal autumnal ¬
tumnal holiday by smoking from frommorning frommorninjz frommorning
morning to night during durin its con continuance continuance continuance ¬
tinuance But when all this has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been conceded the tact remains remainsthat remainsthat remainsthat
that to many persons and accord according according according ¬
ing to the experience of the great greatmajority greatmajorit greatmajority
majority of f men folk the moderate moderateuse moderateuse moderateuse
use of tobacco is a panacea against againstmany againstmany againstmany
many oi the smaller ills of oflife tile and andwe andwe andwe
we think it cannot be denied thatthese that thatthese thatthese
these smaller ills fall with tar targreater largreater fargreater
greater force and with far more fre frequent frequent frequent ¬
quent recurrence upon womenthan women womenthan womenthan
than upon men Why should shouldwomen shouldwomen shouldwomen
women if this be true be deprived deprivedof
of the theThought theThought theThought
Thought in the early morning mornin solace in intime Intime Intime
time of woes woesPeace woesPeace woesPeace
Peace in the hush of the twilight balmere balm balmere balmere
ere the eyelids close closeWe closeWe
We chance to know a London Londonphysician Londonphysician Londonphysician
physician who whenever the soulof soul soulol
ol his wife has been troubled about aboutany aboutany aboutany
any of the various household cares careswhich careswhich careswhich
which beset the path of women womenand womennd womenand
and nd from which it is so difficult for forthem forthem or orthem
them to find escape has gently gentlyurged gentlyurged
urged upon her that she should shouldseek shouldseek shouldseek
seek the solace of tobacco and so sodisarm sodisarm sodisarm
disarm her adversaries who for forthe forthe forthe
the most part would be trouble troublesome trourlesome troullesome ¬
some rather than really formida formidable formidable formidable ¬
ble And this we wethink think is advice advicewhich advicewhich advicewhich
which in all probability points to tothe tothe tothe
the true solution of the problem
THE COLDEST COUNTRY IN THE
Wo WCMLD WOiLDSY1JllmS + LDSymons Sy mens Monthly Meteo Meteorological Meteorological Meteorological ¬
rological Magazine gives an inter interesting interesting interesting ¬
esting account ot Life in the
Coldest Country of the Worldwhich World Worldwhich Vorldwhich
which has been taken from the
bulletin of the Royal Geographi Geographical ¬
cal Society of ofIrku Irkutsk tsk The name nameof nameof nameof
of the place is Werchojansk in
Siberia longitude 133 133e 330 ° 54 E lat ¬
itude 67 670 ° 34 N where the the lowest lowesttemperature lowesttemperature lowesttemperature
temperature of minus 90 ° Fahr
has been observed and the mean meanof meanof meanof
of January is minus 48 480 ° Fahr It
is Inhabited by about 105000 per persons persons persons ¬
sons of the Jakut and Lamat races
In a large part of the region ac according according according ¬
cording to Professor Kovalik the theair theair theair
air is so dry and the winds are so sorare sorare sorare
rare that the intensity ot the coldcannot cold coldcannotbefully coldcannot
cannotbefully cannot be fully realized In the most
distant part of the East there are aresometimes aresometimes aresometimes
sometimes terrible storms which whichare whichare whichare
are most fatal to life in their con consequences consequences consequences ¬
sequences During the summer summertime summertime
time the temperature occasionally occasionallyrises occa occasionallyrises ional1y ional1yrises
rises to 86 860 ° Fahr in the shade shadewhile shadewhile shadewhile
while it freezes at night The lat latter latter latter ¬
ter part of season is often marked
by copious rains and extensive in inundations inundations inundations ¬
undations which invariably lay laywaste la laywaste V Vwaste
waste a vast acreage of land and andprove andprove andprove
prove to be a serious obstacle to tothe tothe tothe
the cultivation of the soil Vege Vegetation Vegetation Vegecation ¬
tation is very scanty There are arepractically arepractically arepractically
practically no trees treesonly only wide wideopen wideopen wideopen
open meadows meado s The people hunt
furbeiring animals fish and raise raisecattle raisecattle raisecattle
cattle and reindeer It requires requiresabout requiresabout requiresabout
about eight cows to tosupport support a fam am ¬
ily four being milked in the sum summer summer summen ¬
mer and two in the winter The Thecattle Thecattle Thecattle
cattle are very small in size and are arefed arefed
fed with hay in the winter Occa Occasionally Occasionally Occasionally ¬
sionally they arc areallowed allowed to go out outwhen outwhen outwhen
when there is the slightest break
in the weather but their teats are arealways arealways arealways
always carefully covered up with withfelt withlelt
felt Milk is the principal food
This is sometimes supplemented supplementedwith
with hares which are quite abund abundant ahundant abundant ¬
ant but not very relishable The
houses are constructed of wood woodcovered woodcovered woodcovered
covered with clay and as a rule ruleconsist ruleconsist ruleconsist
consist of only one room in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the people and animals live to together toether together ¬
gether ether The upper and wealthier wealthierclass wealthierclass wealthierclass
class are better provided with lodg ¬
ing and food Asa race they are ex exceedingly exceedingly exceedingly ¬
ceedingly courteous and very hos hospitable hospitable hospitable ¬
pitable and they are excessively excessivelypunctilious excessivclvpunctilious excessivelypunctilious
punctilious concerning points of
honor such as the proper place at attable attable attable
table and at festivals festivalsTHE festivalsTilE festivalsTHE
THE BRITISH NAVY IN 1898 898 898According
According to the twelfth issue of ofasseJls
Brasseys asseJls Naval Annual we have havenow havenow havenow
now 20 first class battleships built builtand builtand builtand
and 9 building compared with 14 raowned 14owned 4 4owned
owned by France and 6 building
Russia having half a dozen in each eachstage eachstage eachstage
stage Of second class battleships battleshipswe
we have 7 and of third class 20 20with 20with 20with
with none building in either class
France has 8 second class built and andi
i building and 7 third class with withnone withnone withnone
none building Russia when she shehas shehas shehas
has completed her i second secone class classship classship classship
ship building will have 5 of the thetype thetype thetype
type of the third class she has 5 5none Snone 5none
none building Thus of battle battleships battleships battleships
ships we have 65 9 building buildingagainst buildingagainst buildingagainst
against France 36 7 building and andRussia andRussia andRussia
Russia 22 7 building Of the thethree thethree thethree
three classes of cruisers we have have3r havetit
13 tit 3r it 27 building compared with withFrances withFrances
Frances 49 19 building and Rus Russias Russias Russias
sias 14 4 building Lord Bras Brasseys Brasseys Brasseys ¬
seys deductions certainly are not notunsatisfactory notunsatisfactory notunsatisfactory
unsatisfactory to this country and andwe andwe andwe
we might mi ht supplement them by say saying sayIng saying ¬
ing that at the recent Spithead re review review review ¬
view the th speed of o the battleships battleshipsaveraged battleshipsaveraged battleshipsaveraged
averaged about 17 1754 7 knots and andthat andthat andthat
that of the cruisers about 19 9
knots while with the exception exceptionof
of about 1 12 2 of the vessels vessels6s 1 65 were werepresentall
presentall all had been designed designcdand
completed in some 50meeight eight years yearsr
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