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iIE MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, DKCEMBKR 27, 1913.
Under forest regulations in Co
lombia, rubber gatherers are re
quired to give the trees a rest
period in tapping them for gum.
The size, number, and location of
the incisions pre' regular by law.
In the United States similar re
gulations are in force in the tap
ping of pins for turpentine on the
Florida national forest.
A thoroughly up-to-date sawmill
Vith a capacity of of 60,000 board
feet a day lias been erected, on the
south coast of Mindanao island.
It is of American make through
out, and uses the modern handsaw.
This is only one of several such
mills in the Philippines.
Of the two million trees to be
planted on the national forests of
Montana and northern Idaho dur
ing the present fiscal year, one-half
have been set out this fall and the
rest will be put in next spring.
It has been suggested that guaya
can, a very hard wood of Central
America, may furnishshuttle blocks
to supplement dogwood and per
simmon, now most used, and in
danger of becoming exhausted.
The net receipts from the nation
al forests of Washington and Ore
gon during the past four months
amounted to $115,520, an increase
of 17 per cent over receipts for the
same period last year.
Because of the importance of
forestry at the annual conservation
congress in Washington November
18 to 20, an extra clay is nled to
the sessions, Monday the 1th.
In general it may be stated that
the most dangerous forest fire
periods in the west are in middle
and late summer; in the east they
are in the spring and fall.
The so-called Scotch pine is the
principal tree in the Prussian for
ests. Its wood is much like that
of the western yellow pine of the
The Panama canal commission
has requested the forest service to
inspect timber being creosoted at
Seattle and Tacoma for the commission.
On SATURDAY afternoon, DECKM
BER 27th, 1913, beginning at one o'clock
I will offer for sale at auction, the FUR
NITURE and HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
of MRS. W. E. FOSTER, at her result -.nee
near Faia, just uianka of the Makawao
Also a young, sturdy and safe team of
horses, broken to harness or saddle,
guaranteed gentle I strong buggy and
I double harness 1 Hawaiian saddle,
All of the above are in first class con
dition and excellent opportunity is here
offered to secure some choice articles of
furniture and household necessities.
Y O. AIKEN.
Dec. 20, 27.
Eggs for Hatching, Day-Old
Chicks, Young , Laying and
Breeding Stock. Our birds are
trap-nested, pedigreed, standard
and line bred. Custom hatching.
Fancy Table Eggs and Poultry.
Write for price list. Visit our plant.
ft! WA1LUKU DIAMOND
January 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 1914
the Tirst national Bank
Now Open Fop Business
Commercial and Savings Deposits
Domestic and Foreign Exchange
Fire, Life, Accident and Marine Insurance
C. H. COOKE, President C. D. LL'FKIX, Cashier
O. AIKEN, Asst. Cashier
I PUUNENE STORE
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFWAILUKU
C. H. COOKE, pot siocnt R. A WAOSWORTH, vice-pnenoiNT
D H. CASE, two vicC'PRCSident CD. LUFKIN. cashier mnqi
JOAQUIN GARCIA, assistant cashier
Statement of Condition June 30, 1913
Loans & Discounts f 230,335 16
United States Bonds 25,000 00
Other Bonds 81,60223
Cash & Due from Banks 89,388 14
Real Estate Owned 1,00000
Banking House and Fixtures.. 5,300 00
Five Percent Fund 1,25000
I'apital Stock $ 35,00000
Surplus & Profits 44,958 69
Due to Other Banks 4,589 09
Circulation 24,997 5
Dividends Unpaid 2,10000
Dex)sits 322,230 25
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