Why was Holmes glad Sir Henry decided to go to Baskerville Hall?
Besides, why is Sir Henry so upset?
Sir Henry is also upset because he lost one of his boots. Holmes asks Sir Henry if he is going to go to Baskerville Hall, because there “seems to be danger.” Henry asks where the danger is coming from, human or animal, and Holmes says that this has yet to be determined.
Also Know, why does Sherlock Holmes lie to Dr Watson about being at Baskerville Hall in The Hound of the Baskervilles? As for Holmes' presence in the hut, on the moor, in Devonshire, the detective explains that he hid so the enemies would not know of his direct involvement. Holmes lied to Watson, he says, so that no one would discover him, should Watson decide to compare notes or bring his master some food.
Likewise, what were the three broken threads?
The three broken threads were the three lines of enquiry pursued by Sherlock Holmes in order to ascertain the identity of the man who was following Sir Henry Baskerville but turned out to lead nowhere.
What advice did Holmes give Mortimer?
Holmes said to take a cab, call off his dog who is scratching his door, and then go to Waterloo to meet Henry and don't tell him anything.