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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 19UA
THE MAUI NEWS
GET THE HABIT
Of trading at the LAHA1NA STORE- tho expend
able store. You might save a few Mops by buying
elsewhere., Imt arc you sure of tho freshness and
quality? Our goods in ovci y dopa rl mi nt are of t lie
best quality for the money. Wr would not make tins
statement if we did nut moan it
The Best oi Everything
.At Live and Let Live Prices
THE. : LAHAINA : STORE
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Slines, Notions, llantation Supplies
LAIIAI1NA, AAAUI.
Pacific Hardware Co., Lt'd
paucity
"ilik-'
Absolutely safe and reliable, saves time, fuel and
temper, once tried, always used.
1 burner $5.59 2 burners $8.59 3 burners $10.59
Securely crated for shipping
Fort and Merchant Sts.,
are
Mr
?3t
ijfilll
Kodak Developing Machines
Films and Photographic Supplies of every description.
HONOLULU PHOTO
E. 0. HALL & SON, Limited,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Cutlery, Tools,
Galvanized Sheet Iron,
Blacksmith's Coal,
Leather Shoe Findings
BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS
Pilots new Licenses, r
- An unlimited license was granted
Captain D. F. Nicholson the pilot at
Kahului this week asta federal pilot
on sailing and steam vessels for the
harbors of Kahului Honolulu and
iiilo. Ihe captain is recognized as
, i-trar'.gotor of w ide experience and a
thoroughly competent pilot, His
, friends will be pleased to hear of
j. As promotion.
'" Captain R. ' V. Filler was 'alo
, grunted a masters license and lie ens?
as pilot for Kahului. Wnile it in not
likely that the captain will devote
much of his time to navigation, he
-has spent years at sea and desires
a license so that in case of sickness
5r accident to the master of the tug
he could take his place.
The mate of the Leslie Baldwin
J r. Miller also passed uu examina
imi r 0
BLUE FLAME
OIL STOVE.
Honolulu
In the Summer
nothing goes quite so well with a
meal as a glass of nice, root bi er.
" . It. refreshes, cheers and stimulates
that is if it's
Prim
Lager
Other beer is just as wet but none
is just as good. Try a east if you
unacquainted with its merits
0 5
Choosing
a Kodak
Its easy liere where there are so many
to choose, from. ' We have every style of
the famous Eustman Kodaks, at prices
from !?5 upward and instruct .purchasers
in the operating.
SUPPLY CO.
FORT . .
STREKT
tion before the inspectors and was
granted a first mates diense.
lnipcctoiH of llullrt ond IJoilci'H
on Miiul.
On Monday of th's week .lohn K.
Bulger, Thomas R. Cragie and R.
flare of the U. S. Marine seriviee
accompanied bj- Captain T. K. Clark
and A. W. Johnson cf Honolulu arriv
ed at the Maui Hotel on a tour of the
islands.
On their arrival in Honolilu they
will proceed to inspect some seven
Icon vessels and wiii return at once
to Ran Francisco. Mr. Rutgers and
his associates have been on a trip to
tho volcano and it was the cancensiis
of opinion that every tourists should
undertake the voyage t ) Hawaii ar.d
see the beauties of the Crater and
the scenery of Hawaii that surpasses
lie beauties of the Alps.
the United
The lice crop of the United States
has recently expanded with great
rapidity nnd has become one of our
important corral industries. Rice
v ns grown on the James Ri.er, Vir
g'mia, r.s early as ll1(5, since which
time it h:s devi loped s inlhward and
west wtird in North Carolina, SiuUi
Carolina, Georgia, Fl'rida, Alabama,
and Mississippi. The total annual
product of that region, however, did
not, make the industry, common kill v
speaking, nn hnnmtnnt crop. The
aiois used for ibis crop were, for
the niovt, part, lowlands, known as
bottom lands, which demanded an
expensive method of culture.-. The
area in those States has decreased
during the past twentv yours to loss
than one fourth of its former "xtent
and is now less than 10 percent of
the entire area devoted to rice in
the United States.
The dt velopment of tho roe indus
try of the coastal prairies of south
west Louisiana and southeastern
Texas be trail in Lnuision about 1 lie
year 1S8.", when sottle-s from tho
grain prodneting Middle Western
States found that they could apply
the modern cultural implements and
harvesting machinery used in the
wheat fields of (he WeFt to rice cul
turo on the flat prairie lands of
southwestern Louisiana. Experience
brought about improvements yrar
after year. Croat pumping plants
were eree'ed upon the rivers and
streams, nnd extensive systems of
overland canals with their laterals
were built for flooding the rice fields.
Settlers came from the North in
increased nutnbeis, and the cheap
prairie lands rtf Acadia, Vermil'ion,
and Calcaseiu parishes of Louisiana
which a few years before were
regarded worthless for agricultur
al purposes nnd used only for graz
ing cattle, became fields of rice.
About the vear 1803 the tide of
imigrntion from the North began to
set in toward southeastern Texas,
where simikar Conditions for success
ful rice growing were found in the
coastal region of that State. The
industry continued to' spread until
the history of development in Loui
Mnna had repeated itself in about
twenty counties of Texas, which,
together wi:h the three parishes in
Louisiana, now define the limitations
of the rice belt in a stretch of prairie
country interspersed by timber lands
on the rivers and streams, lying (iO
to 80 miles inland from the Gulf of
Mexico, between Lafayette, La., nn
the est and Victoria, Tex. on the
west, a distance of about 300 miles.
Tn this area, which is all at. an
elevation o'f from 10 to (50 feet 'above
the sea level, and easily drained,
tev may be from 5.000,000 to 10,
000,000 y,e res of land susceptible of
development in the profitable pro
duct inn of rice according to modern
methods. Of this, about half a million
ncres ate at present planted to this
crop.
The rice prerequisites for success
ful rice growing according to modern
methods, which have thus far been
found to obtain only in the belt above
defined, are
1. Land slightly sloping toward a
s ream or the gulf, anil thus suseep
tilde of irrigation and drainage.
2. Subsoil of clay near the surface
for retention of water, nnd a soil firm
enough to bear up the heavy harvest
ing machines in reaping.
3. Abundance of fresh water to be
obtained from streams and wells.
4. A climate where the temper
ature never falls below (10 degrees
Fahrenheit from planling to harvest.'
The United States Department of
Agriculture, recognizing the inmor
tance of this growing industry and
the absence of any scientific liuht to
guide the farmer, b"gan in 18015 to
make its influence felt, in many use
ful ways. About that year the De
partment of Agriculture commis
sioned Dr. S. A. Knanp, of Lake
Cha'les; La., to visit Japan. China.
airl East India to m'tWe a study of
rice and report to this Government.
Dr. Knanp spent narlv n vear in
those countries', making exhaustive
resi arches, with the result that the
celebrate 1 Ivishiu, or Japnnrice, was
inti'iduced into this country, and
bulletins were published bv the Tie.
pariinent giyii f, information- about
tho rice crop.
The Department, through the
Ruivau of S iils the Hureau of Eiitomo
y, the (5 ireau of Statistics, anp
the Ollico of Experiment Stations,
as well as the Bureau of Riant In
dustry, has since madt investigations
along uuinerous lines both in the old
Rice Production in
StlltCH.
rien district on the Atlantic coast
and in tt:e south Texas distiict.
Notwithstanding the grent'y in
creased production of rice during
reef nt years in the United States,
f-ircign rice still enters our maikets
in appreciable quantities, though
mostly of the grades known as broken
rice, brewers' rice, and rice flour.
Our exports of rice, aside from ship
ments to noncontiguous territory of
he United Slates, the Hawaiian Is
lauds, Porto Rico, and Alaska, are
small. S iino lower grades were ex
ported during a brief seaon of iov
prices in 1!04 and a part of 10O5.
The per capita consumption of lice
per annum in the United Slates is
now about i pounds. In rJJdil was
estimated at only about 3 pounds,
showing a wo:.derful increase. In the
oriental countries where rice is the
chief article of food the per capita
consumption of rice varies between
300 and 400 pounds per annum.
Tiie uve rage price paid farmers
for their paddy rice isl to 2J cents
per pound, and the averaga retiiil
price for mill rice is from 5 to 10
cents per pound. With an extension
of the area and with still further im
provements in varieties and methods
of producing, nulling, and trans
portation, rice will eventually become
much cheaper to the general public.
Naughty Egft.
Minister Clioite "Joe" Choate,
has a reserve fund of the unexpect
ed. Soie American dishes were
ser.-ed up nt a breakfast party in
England, one being ham nnd eggs. A
young lady at the minister's right
was ignorant of the slippery ways of
fried eggs on a dish, so she acciden
tally spilled the contents of her plate
"Oh, Mr Choate!" she exclaimed,
I don't 4inow what to do, for I've
dropped an egg cm the floor," and
Choate replied:
"If I were you, I'd cackle."
A Close View. Telescope Pro
prietor: "Step up, ladies and gent?.
and view the planet Mars. One pen
ny, mum.''
Old Lady: "Oh, lor'! Hain't it
round and smooth!"
Telescope Proprietor: "Will the
bald headed gent, please step away
from the front of tho instrument?"
Tit Hi Is
Couldn't Remember. Teacher:
"Johnny, what happened on July 4,
one hundred and thirty years ago?"
Johnny: "I dunno, ma'am. I ain't
but ten." Cleveland Leader.
Ideal Criticism "Bopks should
always be reviewed bv their writers.
ior mat is we oniy way to ensure
that they have been read by the re
viewers." Mr. Bernard Shaw, in
"TlieL'censed Victualler's Gazette."
Punch.
Going Some.-"Ligli tning sure acts
strange." . '
''Yes?"
."Yes; a stieak of.it came in our
kitchen door yesterday, struck two
chairs and the table, ran around the
dining room, up tho stairs, tore
through every upstairs room, and
finally wentout.of the window. I near
died laughing."
lira rausi nave t nought it was
funny?"
"Yes; it reminded me of how Pa acts
when grandma is after him." Hou
ston Post.
No Bath for Him. -Homeless Horn
or. Dishere paper sass it s fine to
take a sun bath."
Brakerod
Baker: A sun what?-!
Woi's dat?"
Homeless Homer: "A sun
bath
You're a-takin'one now."
Brakerod Baker: "Help, Homer,
help! Move me inter de shade!"
Cleveland Leader
Civil Service Exuminntion.
Applications for civil service
examination will be received at this
office during the next thirty days
for establishing registers of eligibles
from which appointments of keepers
and asMsstant keepers of Light
Houses will be made in the Hawaiian
Division of the Twelfth Light House
District. Applicants must be citi
zens ot tho United States, over
eighteen and under fifty veers of
age.
Blar.k forms can be obtained up
on application to this olliee.
A. P. NIBLACK,
Lieutenant Commander, U,. S. Navy,
BY AUTHORITY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ok
SEC( 'Nil CIRCUIT, TERR! 1 1
CF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Prol at".
!n the Matter of tho 'E-iale
J. PALI SYLVA, late of Wail.a,
Maui.' deceased.
Oi dt r of Notice of Hearing p,,,;'
tion for sale of R.-ul I'-state.
On reading and fi big tho Peiiti,,,,
ofTHOS. B. 1AO.NS, Administu,
tor of the Ei'ateof J. PALI SYLVA
deei nsed, alleging (hut claims ngain.-i
said T'Vtate of 1274 10 have !,.,.,,
presented to sum uimiinsi raior, ai.d
approv. d by him, and that ihere j.s
not enough funds of said Estate in his
hands to pay li e same, and praying
that he may be authorized to se,l
of the real property of said d ceased
which is in sai I petition more fully
describe! and set forth:
It is ordered that Monday, the 2ilth
day of February, A. D. 190C, at H,
, . i .i i i .
ociock A. iu., oe uno nereey is up
pointed for hearing said Petition in j
the Court Room of this court at Wai
luku, Maui, nt which time and phi c-
allpcrsonu concerned may appea.
and show cause, if any they have, u!,v
said Petition should not be grunted,
and that notice of this order be pub
fished in the English language for
three successive weeks in "Evening
Bulletin," a daily newspaper publish
ed in Honolulu, and in the "Mai.i
News," a weekly newspaper publish
ed in Wailuku:
Datid nt Wailuku, Maui, Jan. 13i.li
100(5.
(Seal) A. N. KKPOIKAT,
Judge of the Ciicuit Court of the
second Circuit.
(Sd.) EDMUND H. HART.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit.
Jan. 20-27 -Feb. 3 and 10.
WANTED.
An olliee boy.
Must have rudimentary education
write legible" hand. Make applica
tion on writing to Kahului Railroad
Co.
NOTICE.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO. Ltd., . of
fr the following STANDARD
BRANDS of FINE WINES and LI
QUORS all of which are fully GUA
RANTEED. POMMERY & GRENO
Champagne KCINART FILS Cham
pagne ' SPARKLING HOCK and
MOSELLES.
MARIE BRIZARD & ROGER'S
FINE COGNAC BRANDTES ACME
RYE WHISKEY PEACOCK'S OLD
Private stock BOURBON WHIS
KEY.
ANDREW USHER SPECIAL
RESERVE SCOTCH WHISKEY
the celebrated CLACK & WHITE
SCOTCH WHISKEY.
The ONLY "FREEBOOTER
GIN, BOORDS LONDON DRY" GIN.
"PABST EXPORT & BLUE
ROBBON BEER, A. B. C. BEER
(the "KING OF ALL BOTTLED
BEERS.
COMMENDADOR PORT & EM
PERADOR SHERRY, BACCHUS
UKAIMl) Or CA LI FORNIA WINES.
WHITE ROCK WATER and GIN-
GEP. ALE.
If your local dealer does not carry
these goods, write to us direct and
we wilt supply llum.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO. Ltd.
Jan. 13-20-27
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII.
In Probate. '
tu the Matter of the Estate of
SAMUEL NOWLEIN, late of Laha
ina, Maui, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an Order 6t the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the above
entitled court, the undersigned was
on the 22nd. day of January A. D.
liMM) duly appointed the Administra
tor ot the Estate cf Samuel Nowlein
deceased, and thai Letters of Ad
ministration were on said date issued
to the undersigned.
All ceditoss of said Samuel Now
lein, deceased, and of said Estate,
are hereby notified to present the ir
claims duly authenticated with Wie
proper vouchors if any exist, evil
if the claim is secured bf Mort"a"e
on real estate, to the undersigned at
his office in Wailuku. Maui. T. H
within Six (0) Months from tho date
of this notice said date being the
date of the first publication of said
notice, otherwise such claim if any.
will be forever barred.
JAMES L. COKE,
Administrator of Estate of Samuel
Nowlejh, deceased.
Dated at Wailuku, this 20th,
day cf January A. D. RlOti.
BY AUTHORITY
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COUUTOKT11K
SECOND CIRCUIT, TKRRITORY
OF HAWAII. IN PROBATE
IN T H E M A TT K R O V T H E EST A T K .
OF WILLIAM PATTULLO L.
HKTT, DECK ASF. 11.
Pursuant to proper proceedings hi
probate heretofore. had in that be
half in te Esta'e of William Putt-nllo
L. Belt, tha undersigned, Jessie
11 rookie Bett on Ine 8th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 100(5, was duly appoint
ed Administrator, qualified as such,
and on the sain-' dav hud issued to
her Letters il Administration re
said Estate.
All Creditors of said William Pat
tullo L. Bett, deceased, and of said
Estate, are hereby notified to pre
sent their claims, dcly authenticat
ed, bin! with the proper vouchors if
any exist, even if the claim is secured
by mortgage upon real estate, to
the undersigned either at hor resi-
lenee or place of business, in Wailuku,
County cf Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
or to T). II. Case, .in said Wailuku,
within SIX MONT IS from the date
of this notice; (said date being the
date of the first, publication of said
notice) otherwise Rinh claim, if any,
..111 be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku. Maui,
hmuary 13, 100(5. ,
J ESSI E B ROC K I B SETT,
Administrator of the Estate of
WTLLTAMP. L. BETT, DECEAS
ED. T).H. CASE,
Attorney for Administrator.
Jan. 13-20-27 Feb. 3-1000.
IX THE CIFJiTir COURT OFTHE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate .
Inj the Matter of the Estate of
ALAPAI KAPEPA (w), late of
Wailuanui, Koolau, Maui, Deceased .
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration."
On Reading and Filing the Petition
of KAMALA MIKI (w),-of Nahiku,
Maui, alleging that ALAPAI KA
PEPA (w), of Wailuanui, Koolau,
Maui, died intestate at Wailuanui,
Koolau, Maui, on the 27th day of
September, A. D. 1905, leaving pro
perty in the Hawaiian Islands neces
sary to be administered upon, and
praying that Letters of Administra
tion issue to Edmund H. Hart.
It is ordered that Monday, the 12th
day of March, A. D. 1906, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at
Wailuku, Maui, at which time and
plt.ee ail persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they
have, whv said Petition should not
be granted, and that notice of tins
order be published in the English
language for three successive weeks
in the "MacI News," a weekly news
paper iu Wailuku.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, February
2nd, lHOC.
(Seal) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judg( of the Circuit Court of the
Secoiil Circuit.
(Sd.) EDMUND H. HART.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the Second Circuit.
February 3-10-17-24.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY'
OF II AW AIL'
In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
FREDERICK CHAMBERS BALD
WIN, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an Order of tho Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the above
entitled court, the undersigned was
on the 29th, day of January; A. D.
1906, duly appointed tne Administra
tor of the Estate of Frederick Cham
bers Baldwin deceased, and that
Letters of Administration were on
said date i.-sued to the undersigned.
All creditors of said Fredericn
Chambers 1'iddwin deceased and of
said Estate, are hereby notified to
present their claims duly authenti
cated witli the proper vouchers if
a.iy exst, even If the claim is secured
by Mortgage real estate, to the
undersigned at his office at Puunenc,
Island and County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, w thin Six (6) Months
from the datel of this notice, said
dato being tin I late of the first publi
cation of said I 'tiee, otherwise such
claim if anv, fvi I be forever barred,
Dated at I'D lin lie, Muui, Jan. 29th,
190d
J I. P. BALDWIN.
AJnvnistra V of the Estate of Fee.
deriek Chai.; lers Baldwin,
JAS. L. COhK,
aIo
orney for said Estate,

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