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CVCNIXa DULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T.. WEDNESDAY, FED. 5, 1002
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HINTS ON COFFEE CULTURE
A feu of the most essential points to
be observed In coffee culture arc plant
ing, shading, non-pruning nnd cultl-
fit Ion of ground.
1'lanting In planting out joung
trees from the nurscr to tho field, care
must be taken when planting tho
young trees into their respective
places, not to have the tap root bent
upwards, ns In the letter 't'," for In
this case, the young plant will nut
grow When removing the trees from
the nursery should one find the tap
root excessively long, It is n good p'.io
to shorten the same by cutting n por
tion of It olT. This makes planting so
much easier, nnd Is a help towards pre
venting tho tap root from being bent
upwnrds 111 careless planting. It It is
possible, when taking the trees out of
the nursery, to retain the soli about
the lateral rootB of the joung plant,
this should be done by nil means Trees
planted In this manner, will not be re
tarded In their growth by at least a
jear over those where all of the soil
around the nursery plant has been re
moved. The time to select for planting
out trees Into the field, should be In the
winter months, when one can depend
on plentv of rain Cloudy and ralnj
days, when the sun Is not shining
bright. Is the time to select for plant
ing out. Newly planted joung trees
from the nursery are extremely partial
to plenty of shade, and will thrive and
grow faster under such conditions. In
order to obtain shade for oung planti
In fields which are sparsol) shaded,
It 13 advisable to plant one J car In ad
vance tho field with wild Hawaiian
bananas which can be found growing
profusely in the gulches on the Island
of Hawaii. After the coffee tree has
nearly attained the height at w lilch one
desires to top It, then It Is nihlsah'.o
to cut the banana! plants which vvero
planted for the shading of the oung
Shading: In n great many coffee
countries, planters have differed re
garding the advisability of shade and
non-shnde and a great many arguments
have been advanced pro nnd cop, hut
according to tho latest literature on
the subject, as well as from final re
sults that have been renllztd, here In
Hawaii, and In other countries, the
argument for shade for coffeo must bo
upheld, rather than that ot non-shade
Plantations with non-shade aro sub
ject to many disadvantages First of
all, the trees with soil conditions fa
vorable to their growth will overpro
duce, nnd owing to this fact, arc liable
to have but a short life The overbear
ing then ngaln produces a weakened
condition of the trie which leaves the
same favorable to attains of disease
that they may not be able to overcome.
Another feature is that at periods of
drought, the proper shading provents
tho soli from doing up and at tho
same time tends to break the winds at
a season when they rage. In lava,
Ceylon and other countries, the only
plantations which withstood the rav
ages of blight, and the sterner dements
of nature, were those that who shad
ed, nnd today tho argument of shade
lias won adherents In nil these ccun
tries. In setting out plantation! now
In these various countries, corn Is tak
en that tho same arc proper!) shaded
nnd wind-broken. Coffee trees judi
ciously shaded are by far more v Igor
ous and better In every respect than
those which have no protection of .my
kind. Should one desire to select a
tree for the shading of the coffee fields,
ono of the best to select la Iho droll
lea Robusta (or Australian silk oik).
This tree has the advantage of being a
very fast grower, casting a variagted
shade and throwing off contlnuall) a
great many leaves which lot upon the
ground and thus add a valuable cle
ment to tho soil In the way of a vege
table fertilizer There are, however, i
great man) other trees suitable to be
"Dcre ain't much s)mpath) in dhi
world, an' dat's a fack," said Meander
ing Mike. "I took dnt policeman, into
mc confidence. I told him dnt I had
had all dc troubles extant; dat I was
Jes' a collection of sorrow b."
"What did ho do?"
'TTft Inn I. nil mn -- nn ilnn onl.1 If
was about tlmo fur him to take up a
collection." Washington Star
gS Feels Like
This Is one type of hideous headache. There are many
other kinds, each having Its particular variety of madden
ing torture or dull, stupefying throb. Headaches belong
to .he past because Cessler's Magic Headache Valeri are
o( the present.
II you smoke too much, or drink loo much.
rail rrA -a vv r
wmm i v
Mr Max Gassier Ph C M wuk Wis
Dear Sir Y Md 1 4-irhe W-itur.. ire a decided no-esshy to anyone, who,
frorr h e r otherw a mi it indu) in the temptations cf society functions Since
u ney ur remedy In ver h e headache, notwithstanding late dinners and other cir-
iTiRtanrrti wht h usua , pro ke headache I find a majority of the club members
k-ep supMiei i your magi- remedy which certainly w ll-nimed
r Youratruly. P HUMMEL
Contain m harmful tibs'ineei "t any kind They are positively helpful to
nertcA and item. b d by ait druggists at I0 and 25c a box four times as
many In tho 23c pox The genuine are put up In tablet form only. Avoid powders
put up in cacheu 'made cf i ajte because u-h covers warp open spoiling the powder
and when damp are w my Gessler $ Magic Headache Wafers are guaranteed to
cure ab-iolutely li 20 nhutis or return partly used box to druggist and he will ref and
full amount, , , . -- -.
POCKET A BOX.
used for shade nnd would lecommcnd
tho family ot leguminous species as It
Is well known that this class of trees
are nitrogen gatherers and the) woul I
supply the soil with a valuable clement
beneficial to the coffee tree.
Non-pruning The greatest mis
take that enn be made In the cultiva
tion of coffee Is tho pruning of )our
trees nnd It Is owing to this fact ns
well as other conditions that the cof
fee Industry In Co) Ion cventuall) be
lume cxteimlnnted. In no other coun
tr) hns this practice been In vogue,
and, ns the Industr) has thrived for
over one hundred years and more In
localities and Is jet existent, we must
certnlnl) look In that direction as a
model when engnged In this ludtistr)
Continual and excessive pruning means
n continual bleeding of the tree which!
saps Its vitality and strength. The ar-1
giimcnt that npple, pear, cherry and
other fruit bearing trees nro pruned,
does not hold weight, from the mere
fact that before the winter approaches
and the leaves begin to fall, the sap ot
nil trees growing lrra northern clime,
where winters prevail retlies into the
roots and a pruning In the tall l no
detriment In warm latitudes where
coffee grows, the tree Is constant!)
sending sap through Its veins nnd the
loss of Its blood means weakened vital
lty. Consequently, leave pruning
alone One only need to visit planta
tions where pruning was considered of
first Importance nnd see results that
have been obtnlned In comparison to
other coffee cultures where pruning hay
not been practiced. The results have
been obvious nnd non-pruned trees
have lived nnd thrived where others
Cultivation of ground It would be
a difficult matter for one to lay down
a certain rule for 'the cultivation of
coffee in nil localities, as ph)slcal con
ditions of the soil arc so materially dif
ferent nnd a great many valuable
points can only be nscertnlned by ex
perience In locations where one Is set
tied. However, a few essential princi
ples could hero be given, ns a guide
In rocky soils Biich as A-n, of which
there Is a great deal In the Kona dis
trict of Hawaii, it is not essential that
one keep the ground too well weeded.
In fact, the clean weeding of such
chnracter of land Is very expensive and
a detriment, for this reason the
growth of weeds between tho coffee'
rows usslsts the soli from drying and
prevents the hot sun from baking the
roots, thus preventing the lateral cof
fee roots from drying out from exes
slve heat. On tills character of land,
it Is best simply to cut the weeds
uonn with a sickle nnd leave them lie
on the (ground where they full, form
ing n mat or mulch, as II were, retard
ing the growth ot other weeds, pre
venting the sun from baking upon
tho rocks, assisting In retaining tho
moisture in the ground nnd, in rotting,
adding a valuable fertilizer for the cof
fee to feed upon.
In deep loam soils where rock Is not
prevalent, It Is not advisable to let the
weeds get too much of a hold and
cleaner cultivation Is to be recommend
ed, for In this character of land, weeds
seem to Interfere much more with till
lateral coffee roots than Ihcy do In
rocky soils, being able to push their
way through the Mill owing to its
loose rhnrattcr In deep, loose soils,
the capillary attraction docs not per
mlt of evaporation of moisture so
rapidly and clean weeding Is no detri
ment, but rather an advantage Fer
tilizing 111118,1 be considered vital to
profitable production, nnd the results
obtained in all lines of agriculture in
this regnrd must also be applied to
All conditions being favorable to
coffee culture. It seems as though It
were one of the easiest of plants to
A. I. I.Ol'ISSON.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money It II
failB to cure. K. W. Qrovo's signature
1b on each box. 25 cents.
Of nil tho newspapers published 11
the world C8 per cent ate In the En
or eat too much, or wcrr. too much, or sit up
too late, or get up too early and have a head
ache from any cause, you can stop it In
20 minutes with
If you take ono after drinking or
catl g heavily before going to bed
y u will ane the next morning with
sieaay nerve ana a cicar Drain
Calumet Club Milwaukee Wis . feb 23. 1900
It to a tore, .fe ml quick remedy,
Tl.erc ONLY ONE
f Porry Davis.
Two .Ize., 2Vc sd1 Mc
THAT SPENDS THOUSANDS
IN SUPPORT OF NEEDY
M. V. Coito Resigns From Board of
Trustees and M. Nunes is Elected
in His Place Charter
A meeting of the I.nslt.uia Soclet
uus hold on Sunday last for the ntir
loso of electing a member of the board
of trustees In place of M. V. Colto. the
only one of the newly elected olllccrj
uho refused to serve on account of lilt
sjmpathy with the faction uhlili a
The only candidate was M Nnnes
an old and tried member of the soclet
nnd a man who was often an officer o(
tho organization in jcarn patt. He was
elected to the office without any trou
hlc nnd without the least show of feel
ing li) mi) of those present.
On Thursday night of this week thorn
will be a meeting of the special com
mittee to which was assigned the work
of arranging nn amendment to the
charter The chairman of this commit
tee Is J. M Vhas. The present char
ter limits the number of )car to flft
and the capital to SoU.OOO. As thin
Hum has almost been reached, It Is
proposed that the limit shall he raised
to J100 000 There Is no doubt what
ever that this amendment will go
through without the least trouble. '
The I.UKltan.i Soclet) Is doing a
grand work In Its quiet wn It Is
npslbtlng hundreds and has been the
means of snlng money for destltutr
Portuguese The amount paid out
c.irly In bene (Its of all kinds neragcd
J'J2,000 This Is a better showing than
can be made by an) other cliurltjlile
association In the city or Territory
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN.
Man wasn't mado to suffer, but ac
cidents will happen, and to meet such
cases, Nattiro designed tho roots,
herbs, gums nnd lent eg for tho heal
ing of the nation. Nature's way In
treat a cut, brulso or a burn, lb to
cleanse, draw nnd heal, and that's tho
way Klckapoo Indian Salvo acts just
as nntuie acts. It acts that way, be
cause it is Nature's own remedy, com
pounded trom materials gathered in
Naturo's infnliblo laboratory, unadul
terated, pure, nnd simple. Tho same
ingredients found in Klckupoo Indian
Sahe were in usa for centuries before,
tho lted Men dltulged It to tho I'alo
Tncc. They liculci nations nges ago,
they net tho sain today. Uobron
Drug Co , agents fo 'ho Klckapoo In
IT HIT FIRST.
Ills face showed like n unlit of man)
patches, and lie was on crutches, and
his right arm in n sling
"He my son, suh," explained Ilrnth
er Dickey "do one wld do eddicntion
"Ileen pla)lng football, has ho?"
"No. suh not latel)."
"Railroad wreck, then"
"No suit, dat ain't what hit him.
"Ilein tolng to l)neh him?"
"Nji, suh, ho 'sciiped dat, too "
"Well wlint on earth did ho
"Do riid" problem, suh. IIi no soon
er got his college papers dnn ho lit In
tcr ,li i ace problem, but I reckon hit
must 'a' seen 'lin comln' for dnr lie
Is'"- Atlanta Constitution
A UNIQUE PROPOSAL.
The i:ngllHh papers nro tolling n
story of Daniel O Council, the lilsh
statesman Ills groat rhal won Ser
gennt "Tom (nuhl " pronounced
"Oold " Tom wns a confirmed old
bachelor but when owr Ml )enrs ot
ngo pioposcO to nnO wns incepted by
a girl of IS Ho announced his en
gagement to O Connell In verse, con
"So you see, my dear old Dan that
tho' SO )ears old
A girl of IS fell in loe with old
To which O'ComicIl replied
"That a girl ot IS may love gold, It Is
Hut bellow me. dear Tom, It Is gold
HE WAS PARDONED.
A stoi) is told of (lOM'rnoi Shnw- of
Iowa In Inst year's campaign I'opti
lists In the utullenco were ashing a
good many quehttons, especially one
hnlf drunken fellow (iouTimi Slmw
nnuweied patiently and ii.flcd his time
A man well down In front IiibIhIimI on
asking a question eery (lie minutes
on nn nxerngo Ho usual!) prefaced
them by such icmaiks ns 'Just u mill
tltc please ' or 'Let me Interrupt for
n minute " lu nn unhtipp) moment ho,
liroko In with "Pardon me, but
Define he could finish the (oeinor
n rather self MitlslU'd look spieailiug
oer his fnce, lcplled "Well I'n
pardoned lots win so fellows than you
lu ni) time nnd I suppose it would bo
unjust to diuw tho line lieio. '
Bulletin, 7Ka oer month.
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