Progress Report of Forest Administration

Progress Report of Forest Administration

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ... of Sorub, having been specially reported on by Dr. Brandis, need not be referred to. A few reserved jungles of Hardwickia Binata may probably be maintained in the Chituldroog district. In the wooded parts of the division, the demarcation of the reserved forests will demand great care and experience. I hope the Conservator may succeed in doing away with advances to wuddars, but I doubt it. Fuel plantations should receive attention. 3. Nundidroog--In this division the formation of fuel plantations seems to be of the utmost importance, and the more so as little response has been made to the liberal terms held out by the State to private individuals. J.--General Remarks. 1.--Ashtagram.--The charges for collecting sandalwood seem to have been nearly 50 per cent higher than in 1866--67, which can scarcely have been owing merely to the rise in the price of labor. I have no doubt that the valuation surveys recommended by Dr. Brandis will be highly useful. I observe that a good deal of jungle wood is now brought in by the department for sale. 2. Nugur.--I note that this range is not considered to have been adequately supervised, and that it would be, in the Conservator's opinion, if properly worked, richer than Ashtagram. A change in the superintendence is therefore needed. The teak forests have evidently been overworked. 3. Nundidroog. No remarks called for. The general financial result for the Province is certainly very satisfactory, but the receipts and charges of former years should have been given for the sake of comparison. The surplus of receipts over expenditure was Es. 2,73,523, as compared with Rs. 2,17,455 in 1866--67. The table given under out-standings is not intelligible (para 67). As regards para 71, I question whether it will be possible...show more

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