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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1905
Are you in a business nhero you handle; and have clerks
that handle cush? Dn you realize that the savings from mis
takes during a year if yon use a
National Cash Register
will easily pay for tho register? We have one style of National
Cash Register that shows you, without the slightest chance of
error, what clerk took in a bad coin or made an error in change.
If you are interested call at
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931 FORT STREET
P. O. Box 514. :::::: Telephone Main 143.
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Of trading at the LAFIAINA STORE- the depend
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elsewhere, bnt are you sure of the freshness and
quality? Our goods m every department are of the
best quality for the money. We would no l make this
statement if we did not mean it
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t Live and Let Live Prices
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that is if it's
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from $5 upward and instruct purchasers
in the operating.
Kodak Developing Machines
Films and Photographic Supplies of every description.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
SECOND CI UCU1T, TERRITORY
At Chamber In J'rohnte.
In the mutter of the Ksla.o 'of Y.
AH CIIKVV, hue of Kaiiiihii, Wuiiuko
Before Judge A. N. KKI'OIK AT.
Order of nntine of in t il ion for
allowance of finnl iioom-.nts nnd dis
clnrgo in this estate.
On Rending and Filling the Peti
lion and accounts of S. A hint. Admin
istrator of the Estnt.oof Y. Ah Chew,
late of Kahului, Wailuku, Maui de
ceased, where in he asks to be allow
ed $21,!3'5.f5 an'1 he charges himself
with 21, H11 02, and asks that the
same may be examined and s pproved,
and that a final order may bo made
of Distribution of the p-nporty re
maining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, anc. discharging him
and his sureties from all further res
ponsibility as such Administrator.
It is ordered, that Monday, the
29th dny of January, A. D. 19()(, at
10 o'clock A. M. before, tne Judge ol
said Court at the Court Room of the
aid Court at Wailuku, Island of
Maui, bo and the same hereby is
appointed as the time an J pluc3 for
hearing said Petition an! Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there t ppear and show
cause, if any they have, wbv the same
slit uld not be granted, and may pre
sent evidence as to who are entitled
to the said property And thatrotice
of this Order, in the English hmguage,
be published in the "Maui News,"
a weekly newspaper printed and
published in Wailuku, for three suc
cessive weeks, the last, publication to
be not less than two weeks previous
to the time therein appointed for said
Date at yVailuku, Maui, this 19th
day of December, 1905.
A. N. KEI'OIKAI.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Seal) (Sd) Edmund H. Hart.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Dec. 23, 30, January C,13. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
.BICYCLES AND SP0RT1NO fiflODS
Notice is hereby given that
undersigned was on the 27th, day of
November, 1905, duly appointed ad
ministrator of the Estate of Esther
Hale, late of Waihee, Wailuku, Island of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, deceased,
by order of the Honorable Ji. N. Ke
poikai, Judge of the Circuit Court,
of the Second Judicial Court, Terri
tory of Hawaii. Therefore all cre
ditors of said Estate, and said de
ceased, are notified hereby. to pre
sent their claims, duly authenticated,
with the proper vouchers if any
exist, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to the
undersigned at the office ' of the
clerk 2nd Circuit Court in Wailuku,
Mnui, aforesaid, within Six (G)
Months from the date of this notice;
said date being the first publicat'on
of this notice; otherwise any such
claims not so presented will be for
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Doc. 4, 1905,
EDMUND. II. HART,
Administrator of the Estate of
Esther Hale, late of Waihee, Wailu
ku, Maui, deceased.
Ou and after December first, The
First National Dank of Wailuku will
sell money orders on all points in the
main land at 30 cents per huiklred
dollars. Money orders on Honolulu
at 20 cents per hundred dollars.
Owing to the marked increase in the
bauk's business during the past year
it is enabled to reduce Its exchange
rate all along the line. Patronize
your home bank and you will always
receive .prompt and courteous treatment.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed administrator of the
Estate of Caroline Porter Beck
with, deceased, hereby gives notice
to all creditors of sa'd estate to
present their claims, duty authenti
cated with the proper vouchers if any
exist, even if the claim u secured by
mortagage on real estate, to him at
Hamakuapoko, Maui with in six
i -it n of the) litahor.iof, otherwisa
all claims not so presented will be
Dated this 23rd day of Sept. 1005
EDWARD G. HKCKWJTH,
Administrator of the Estate of Caro
line Porter Deck with.
Dec, 3-30 Jan. 6-13,
Thougl.out a largo part of the
Eastern States nearly every farm
ha its woodlot. From that woodlot,
whlrh is often all that it ni.iins of tl e
vast, forests which origii.iilly clothen
the region, the farmer supplies, his
own ne-ds. It furnMirs hin with
fuel, fm.ee posts, rails, piles, and
oven with timber, boards, and shingles
t'i ko' f 'ho farm buildings in repair.
A well-managed woodlnt is therefore
a very valuable p-.rt of the farm,
nnd the sum tita of nil farm wood
lots represents a very large national
The U. S. Forest Serviro has for
some yeas devoted special at lent ion
to the neds of woodlot owner. Tts
cooperation is offered to all who
would have advice on the manage
mont of woodlots, and manv thous
ands of acres of farm forests are now
actually cared for ui dor practical
systems ot forestry which it has re
commended.' As a general rule, but little cae
is devoted to the woodlot. It. is left
to shift for itself, is often rsod too
freoiy for the pasturage of live stock,
and is rar.'ly guarded from fire or
forest enemies. When wood is need
ed but little discretion is exercised in
thechoic,of tress, and no need is
felt of providing lor the renewal or
improvement of the stand.
Yol it is decidedly a simple matter
to care for the woodlot The owner
need not burden himself with any
very elaborate system. Nor need he,
in most cases, reduce the amount of
timber ich he outs. Eventually,
of coure, he can cut more, for more
will be grown. The first requirement
of the ordinary woodlot is protecti in,
and the second, selection in cutting.
Fire is the enrmy of the woodlot.
Fires damage the larye trees, start
ing hollows in the butts or weaken
ing them until they begin to die in
the tops, reducing their value when
cut; but the greatest harm is done
to reproduction and the growth of
young tree. Running over the
forest soil, they consumo the litter
and kill the seedlings. The forest
soil becomes too dry to encourage
the germination of tree seeds. Even
if seedlings succeed in finding root
and begin to flourish, the next fire
Fi-esmay easily be kept out of thS
woodlot with a little care. They are
often started to improve the grazing
and pasture. This is certainly poor
policy. Whiie the grazing may be
improved for a few years, the wood
lot is often permanently injured. It
is generally a pcor plan to expect
land to produce gi ass and wood at
the same time. Neither will do wel1,
and the owner will be. paying taxes
on land which he only half-used. Grnz'
ing animals often do much injury to
the woodlot. They browse upon
young growth and trample it down.
They also pack the soil with their
hooN, destroying its power to retain
moisture and encouraging the en
trance ofgrass. Grazing should be
watched, and should be permitted in
the woodlot only when such harm will
In cutting, the first thing to look
out for is the young growth. The
whole point of forest management is
to have new trees of the most useful
kind take the place of the old, just as
soon as possible after they are cut.
One thoughtless stroke of the ax will
get rid of a fine sapling half the size
of a man's wrist, if it is a little in the
way, and a dozen years of growth is
lost. On the other hand, the cut
ting of a good tree may simply open
room for worthless trees to take its
Tn some regions care must be taken
not to permit the crown cover to be
come too open. In a good forest the
soil will be soft and moist, - and this
soil condition is essential if the trees
are to thrive and make good growth.
Opening the ground to the sun dries
out the moisture, and often burns out
the young growth as though by fire,
while the trees tend to become
branchy if they stand too far apart.
Pant neglect has produced many
woodlotsjn which the liealthv trees
of the best kinds are c'loked with un
sound and dead trees and trees of in
ferior kinds. For such cases im
provement cuttings are needed. It
will pay to spend the time and labor
neecessary to remove the dead,
crooked, and diseased trees, together
with the weed trees, so that the re
maining stand may bo composed of
good timber trees in sufficient num
ber, Under conditions favorable for
their best development. This enn be
done gradually, as the material can
When once the improvement cut
ting has brought the woodlot into
business like shape, further opera
tions should be made w'tU a view to
i - nsTA
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house, and that oil would
Stay there, it would protect
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Important Memorandum-' ?
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will last live yeart. The same paint applied by a dauber( $20.00
labor $20.00 paint) will last only two years. Thus the "per-year-cost"
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See your dealer to-day about this and if he does not yet have Kin
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reproduction and a lasting supply.
C ire s-h uld be taken iu felling, work
ing up, and hauling out wood to do as
iittle do mage as possible to young
C-rowth. If reproduction is to take
place from seed, the proper location
of seed trees must be considered.
Where the forest is composed
mainly of such trees as oak and chest
nut, which sprout well from the
stump, it may be advisable to cut
most of the good-sized, trees, over a
part of the woodlot, for the purpose
of raising a crop of sprouts. Such
sprouts grow rapidlv and produce
good pok'6, posts, and ties at a com
paratively early ago. But the stumps
should be cut "low and slanting, so as
to pr- vent rotting and secure strong
anrt numerous shoots.
There are a number of thinning
systems, some of which may suit the
requirements ot one woodlot but not
those of another. By a careful read
ing of Bulletin No. 42 of the Forest
Service, entitled "The Woodlot." the
owner can familiarize himself with
these and choose whichever one his
own woodlore and observation sug
gest as the best. Or, should the
owner desire a special plan for the
iniMngiii.i u yj i mo n vinii', lie oiiuuiu
make application- to the Forester,
U. S. Department of Agriculture,
for the cooperation of the Forest
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