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St. Louis, Mnr. -Arboriculturists,
licviug that they have found in the
Catalpa Spcciosa n quick-growing
and valuable timber with which
they can clothe with foliage the
barren wastes of the world, have
secured space for exhibit in the
Department of Forestry at the
World's Fair to be installed by the
International Society of Arboricul
ture of which Mr. John P. Brown
of Conuersvlllc, Ind., is .ecretary.
A wedge taken lrom a sixteen-year-old
tree near Hagetstown,
Ind., shows the remarkable growth
and fnm character of the wood.
This tree was twenty-one inches in
diameter and from its trunk could
be made five ordinary railroad cross
ties. From root to limb the body
is straight and regular and it is
the quality of the timber is such '
that it expels its sap soon after be
ing cut and absorbs from the s il
instead antiseptic substances that
give tlic timber a remarkable power j
ofreMsting decay. The value of
the wood will be illustrated in ninny
ways in the exhibit under Mr.
lirown's direction in the Forestry
building at the World's Fail.
Even the desk he will use will be
made of Catalpa Speciosa, as it
makes handsome furniture, having
much the same graimns butternut. '
Mr. Ilryiiu's llo)s.
When William Jennings Uryau
I was traveling over the country dur
ing the last campaign, says the
Boston Post, he was met in the
state of Maine by the State Demo
cratic Committee, which inquired
at once what arrangements it should
make for taking the presidential
candidate in a tour around the state.
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.The steamers of this Hue will ar
rive and leave this port ag here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Feb. 26
Sierra March 9
Alameda March 18
Sonoma March 30
Alameda April 8
Ventura : April 20
Alameda April 29
Sierra May 11
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda March 2
Sonoma March 8
Alameda .March 23
Ventura March 29
Alameda April 13
Sierra April 19
Alameda May 4
Sonoma May 10
In connection with the wiiliiig of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from Sail Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an steamship line to oil European ports.
For further particulars apply to
sound from center to circumference. 1 "We have engaged a private car
Think of a twenty-one inch tree in ( for you, Mr. Bryan," said the chair
sixteen years trom the seed! In
maturity the trees reach a height
of too feet and measure six feet fn
The value of the Catalpa wood is
very great and its uses varied. It
is susceptible to a fine polish for the
inside furnishing of houses and
possesses the quality of great dura
bility, making it also available for
railway cross-ties, telegraph poles
and other severe uses. ,
For nearly a century interest has
been taken in its culture, seed
from its cigar-shaped pod being
sown in the nursery and the shoot
transplanted in its first year to
hillside or plain where it thrives
with wonderful success. Originally
confined to an area of less than too
square miles along the Wabash
river in Illinois and Indiana, and
known as the "cigar tree" It has
been found to be adapted to every
portion of the world. It is success
fully crown at 35 degrees South
latitude in New Zealand and at 44
degrees North latitude in Maine.
It-prospers in the semi-arid regions
of Utah, Colorado and New Mexico
as well as in the Wabash river
When the first president Harrison
went to Indiana in about 1818 he
found the Catalpa tree growing in
abundance along the Wabash river
and was at once struck by its beauty.
The Indians and early settlers had
wondered at its thriftitiess and stories
were told of the rapid growth of
forests. Specimens were sent to
the Harrison estate in
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
man 01 tne committee, out we
would like to know how many you
wish to accommodate in that car to
make proper preparation."
' Mr. Bryan counted over the
members of his party, and then
added: "And then there are my
eleven boys. Don't forget them.
I want them to have as good ac
commodations as I have."
The committee looked puzzled.
It had not heard that Mr. Bryan
possessed such a tremendous fam
ily; besides it seemed very poor
taste for a presidential candidate to
take all his children on a campaign
ing trip. "Your boys?" repeated
the chairman of the committee.
"Yes, eleven of them," replied
Mr Bryan. "The eleven news
paper report :rs wlio loiiow me
The committee smiicd "I guess
the newspaper men can go in an
ordinary coach," replied the chair
man. "No, sir," said Mr. Bryan.
"Those fellows need rest and com
fort a good deal more than I do.
They're all tired out. If they go
into one of the rear coaches I must
go with them."
So during the trip through Maine
the newspaper men rode in luxury
and ease. '
Where a team can walk and draw a plow
The Reversible works perfectly.
The combination of features in ... .
Make it the most valued of all
The Benecia Reversible
DISC PLOWS. It can he used right or left hand,
plowing around the land or reversible, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces without leaving a Water furrow. Made ou-ly in a sulky.
Tho Above Cut Shows tho Bonocia Ratoon Disc Plow.
Hills up the dirt better
than a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behind it in a
splendid pulverized con
dition. It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoons that
actuall' does what it is
supposed to do.
Something to' lii) Thankful For.
The thankful spirit finds occasion
for gratitude for the smallest com
forts. Lippincott's Magazine tells
this: A camp meeting was in
Ohio and .progress in the wire grass region of
others1 were transplanted about the Georgia. The
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Props
01 c $rwc, Cut Tjair and Shampoo
at Ect'Eivt Kates.
We also take particular pains with Chil
Direct Line betwcea SAN FRANCISCO
fnrt nt VinopnnP Turf. Tin U the i was conducted by Uncle Mose
first distribution of the plant ol I Bradford, an exhorter of deep piety,
which there is any record, but for , " entirely innocent of book learn- j
mg. He took lor his text on this
occasion the words of St. Paul:
"For I have learned in whatsoever
the last fifty years railroad engineers
have been energetically experiment
ing in its cultivation.
Unfortunately in the earlier efforts' state I am therewith to be content."
at transplanting an inferior variety ' After talking about fifteen minutes
was chosen, the plant selected being on the beauty of contentment from
a small ornamental tree brought I a Christian's point of view, he sud
from Japan. About forty years ago ' denly announced that he was going
tii lntr. 1? l?. nnmev nf D.ivtnn. i to "thrbw the meeting open." His
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O., compiled a book giving
periences of engineers who
tested the wood. This book aroused
the interest of arboriculturists every
where and following its appearance
there was a great deal of planting.
H. H. Hunnewell of Boston, a
director in the Port Scott & Mem-
invitation was: "It you've got
anything to be thankful for, git
up and say so." One after another
rose and spoke of peace and con
tentment under circumstances that
seemed impossible judged from a
worldly standpoint. Some said
they were thankful for things they
phis railroad, has 1200 acres of had missed, and at last an old lady I
Catalpa planted at Farlingtou, Kan.i arose, pushed back her siuibonnet j
The trees were set four feet each I and, with a beaming countenance, (
way however, and 011 account of1, triumphantly exclaimed: "Well, j
their crowded condition did not joiner iuose, i uaini got out two
ImUIi Ki.fr .lt.i..1r tri llinil I. ill"
Hark St. Catharine,
Hurk Amy Turner,
Hark Martha Davis,
BREWER & CO.,
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
In more recent years
planting has been successful in
different localities. The largest
number have been planted in Kansas
and Nebraska, but the trees hnve
been experimented with in every
state in the union.
Near New Orleans, La., the
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
teeth, but, thank God, they hit!
Pishing In Missouri. i
A citizen of Shelbj ville who is
building a house is deserving, the '
Macon (Mo.) Republican thinks, of (
the sympathy of his friends. When j
the outside work was done and the 1
Illinois Central railway has planted ,"'" "u piuMeniig were unuer,
200 acrves in Catalpa and two Boston ua' lie '"cautiously placed a half)
railroads have planted probably 100, IPim of excellent whisky on a sup
000 acres in New England. The ! Porl ,HiXt t0 lhe weather boarding.,
Michigan Central railroad hns He was called away for half a day, ,
planted a good many of the trees;a when he returned he found the
and a voting forest of 50,000 acres , ,atll,B and plastering had gone up
onr T,,iin,u,nnlU T.ul.. U ownoti , around the bottle, and there was no
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III Kan- I " ? euiiu ui yciuny iu ii except '
acres of' icurini; mc uuum: uuwn on inui
growing Catalpa which have beeuWUB- ' w,.o
extremely remunerative. Other , responsible for the blunder were
plantations ranging iu extent from discharged, and the householder is
55 to 500 acres, are numerous. NB to fish out his bottle from
Ties made from the Catalpa above by droping a cord with a slip
The Blazed Trail
BY STEWART EDWARD WHITE
The Blazed Trail, our next
serial, is a story of lumber
ing in the northwest. Tho
hero, Harry Thorpe, en
tered the business a green
hand and came out a suc
cessful operator on a largo
scale. But this was not
achieved without opposi
tion, and the difficulties he
encountcrod make an ex
citing story. That he fi
nally won, in addition to
business success, tho high
est prize within the reach
of a trne man you may In
fer from this picture.
Is a distinct literary suc
cess. In tho virgin forest
the author has found a
field scarcely touched by
novelists and has given a
vivid picture of ono of tho
most interesting phases of
They teught uch othtx'i eye.
Brooklyn Eagle. "The Dlazed Trail" ia a masculine book;
it Is for its robustness, Its strenuousness, its fine pictures of
the "Lumberjack," its glorious toil in the battle with im- '
perious nature, that it has a right to certain success.
Boston Herald. Mr. White has the power to make you
feel the woods as the masters of sslt water fiction make you
feel the sea. There is something big and elemental in his
book, as bracing as a vacation in the pine woods he brings
within our ken.
THE BLAZED TRAIL Will Be. Our Next Serial Story
You Will Miss a Great Trcal II Yov Fail to Read It
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WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO
HAVE NOW A l'LUHT OF
and Small Boats
j FOR I'UDLIC HIRE
r.isscujjcrs and baggage taken to and
from vessels iu the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches anil rowboats to hire
for private picnics and moonlight rides.
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' I have opened a shop on Waianuetme
street, next to Demosthenes' Calc, where
I am ready to make
, GOOD HARNESS and
English Saddlos a Specialty
i HARNESS REPAIRED
W. A. TODD.
by the Hig Pour railroad,
sas a Mr. Veggy has 500
1 wood, experiments show, need 110
I treatment for their preservation, as
noose 011 the end after the treasure.
At last accounts he was still fishing.
THE FIRST INSTALMENT OF
WILL SOON APPEAR IN THE TRIBUNE
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
I Sole Agents for
I atiorial Cane Shredders,
I Baldwin Locomotives,
I Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
I and Coffee Fertilizers.
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