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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, July 25, 1885, Image 5',
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BUILDIK LOTS AT SEA VIEW.
IHOICE LANDS FOR SALE
CHEAP AND DESIRAHLE WILDING LOTS
An unprecedented chance for people of the most limited means to obtain a homestead of their own. Healthy
and cool locality, and commanding a magnificent view of the entire Plains, the Sea, and Diamond
Head, and only ten minutes walk from the Punahou Onmibus,) with, perhaps, a more possibly
H. F. DILLINGHAM. Esq., having laid out thu Sea-View Kstate " into building lots, X.c, with streets
and avenues 10 feet wide, offers tin -aim.' to the public at prices which w ill enable tho-c of the nio-t ordinary
means to obtain a lionie of their own; in fact, the upset prices a-Ued are considerably under tlie yearly lental of
the most oidinary cottage. "What a raie chance for llinu who, with families, are struggling to fiee themselves of
the enormous burden of rent.
Tho " Sea-View Estate " consists of certain lands to the eastward and southward of l'uuahou College, and
situated at the foot of Hockey Hill. It commands, from its evenly graded and elcated po-ition. a beautiful view
of the sea, the surrounding country as far as Diamond Head, and the glorious and refreshing view of the Mauoa
Valley, with its adjacent mountain scenery.
On the rear of the Estate are the pretty gra.ing lands of the Chamlieiland and other property, so that pur
chasers will enjoy all the pleasant advantages of. and without being actually in the country.
Ceitain lots of the Estate are admirably suited for gi ape and fruit culture, and ipiite an addition to a per
son's income might be made by the same.
The property is hour-tied on the south side by Metcalf street and on the west by IScckwith stieet, and, in
addition to these approaches, there have been laid out two avenues and three roads, each 10 feet wide, so that
every lot commands two approaches.
The Woodlawn Dairy is quite adjacent, 'o that butter, cream and milk may lie had flesh at all times, and
within a few minutes walk, all vegetables required for domestic use can be obtained f i mil the Chinese growers.
Water is plentiful, and the property will be supplied from a I'eservoir kept constantly supplied fioin an
artesian well situated upon the most elevated portion of the Estate.
. There is positively five degrees less temperatuie upon these lots than in the town of Honolulu, and when
the town is hot and dry, there are always cooling and refreshing lueees, accompanied by occasional light showers
from the Manna Valley, which render it exceedingly admirable as a healthy resort.
The ground has been very carefully laid out by a competent surveyor, and the titles to the same aie indis
putible. A key-plate to the same may lie obtained from Mr. J. E. Wiseman, by anyone desiring to personally
inspect the property, so that those who wish to purchase may select, according to their taste and desires, their
The utmost fairness will be observed in the choice of lots, and the rule of " first come first served," will be
strictly adhered to.
An advance upon the upset price will sccuie to intending pui chasers immediate possession.
One month fioin the date of this circular all unsold lots will be offered at public auction, so that it is de
sirable to make speedy application, in order to make the best baigain.
Further particulars can be obtained from Mr. J. E. Wiseman, at whose olllce tlieie is a large plan on view ;
from 1$. V. Dillingham, Esq., or from Capt. Jackson, who is well acquainted with the giouud.
Terms exceedingly advantageous, and in view of the low prices asked for the land, the cost of deeds of
transfer, with plan and notes of survey, will be at the expense of the purchaser, and will not exceed, in any case,
the nominal amount of $10.
Such a rare chance has seldom been offered to the public of Honolulu.
BQyl?enieinber, that no tidal wave can sweep you out of existence, whilst at " Sea-View." (Jail or address
Or, IJ. F. DILLINGHAM, Honolulu, II. I.
July 2.jth, 188.'..
J. ES. WXSEXttAItf,
General Business Agent, Merchant St., Honolulu.