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The Beautiful High Valley of the Seashore
And Watch Its Value Grow More and More
AIMUKI SCENERY must be seen to be properly appreciated. KOKO HEAD, the WAIMANALO MOUNTAINS. DIAMOND HE-AD and
miles of ocean view in everv direction, topether with the cool, delightful and refreshing: breeze continually sweeping its entire
length, is what assures KAIMUKI of being the coming presidential district of Greater Honolulu.
The New Ocean View District Lots Some Day Will
Sell for $2000 or $2500 Each
The following is the statement of a Malihni made while driving around KAIMUKI during the past week as a guest of this Company:
"Why, this is simply the place of all places to live. It reminds me of the paintings we see and read about in the east. It is certainty a
beautiful place to live. I am sure it will not be long before you will have some,of the world's greatest artists living here for the benefit of
this healthful breeze, and to study our sunrises over Koko Head and sunsets over the mountains beyond Pearl Harbor. I am surprised not to
find more people living here. It is evident that the best residential part of your city has been overlooked. However, I suppose that has been
due. to some extent, to your small population and poor transportation, and now that you are having your electric car service improved, and con
ditions are changing for Greater Honolulu, I am sure this property some day will' sell for $2000 or $2500 per lot."
This same Malihini when told about the wealth in this city, the agricultural possibilities of these islands, the $150,000 Y. M. C. A. building
fund secured within five days, the new $850,000 Postofflce to be erected next year, the Government selecting Pearl Harbor for the naval center
of the entire Pacific, the millions of dollars to be spent for military improvements, the possibility of getting a military pay roll amounting to a
half million dollars every" month, the population increasing and becoming Americanized, the benefits to be derived from the Panama Canal and a
few other things, has decided that Honolulu has a great future and that an investment in two lots in KAIMUKI NEW OCEAN VIEW DIS.
TRICT is good enough for him.
The above picture in its original
photograph beautifully mounted in
gray showing Diamond Head, Xai
nmki, part of the Waimanalo Moun
tains and the Waikiki Lake, has
been copyrighted by this company
nnd will be mailed free of cost to
any one who sends us the names and
addresses of five prospective purchas
ers for property in the NEW OCEAN
VIEW DISTRICT, This picture has
been enlarged and is valued at $2.50
each. We require names of desirable
people and prefer those who contem
plate building homes as well as young
men and young women who should
I'e encouraged to become property
owners and to save and invest their
money in good residential property
that will increase in value with the
, development of the city.
Our prices. $500 00 for corner lots and $400.00 for inside lots size 75 ft. x 150 ft. together with our liberal terms $50.00 or more cash
down, and the balance payable in monthly '"""Jlments. or 5 discount for all cash, gives you a splendid oportunity for a good investment and
and a beautiful homesite in the NEW OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT.
" Kaimuki property will certainly never be any cheaper."
KAIMUKI LAND COMPANY. LTD.,
Rooms 37 & 38 Young BIdg.,
I Honolulu, T. H.
Gentlemen : Below you will find the names and addresses of five
prospective purchasers for property in your NEW OCEAN VIEW DIS
TRICT. You will kindly mail me one of your mounted photographs ac
cording to your advertisement.
Yours very truly,
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Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd
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Room 38 Young Building
Honolulu, T. H.
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FIVE SMUGGLERS ,
Bonds Fixed At $1,000
The ncllvo cnmpilRii Hint lr IioIiik
ttBKod ly t!ic Unlli.fl Stnlus nliirl.im
RKnlnut the opium unnmclcrsi In n
(IncltiR quick rjL'HilltH. rnllonltiK clime
ly upon the hiipcchhIoii of nrresln, llo
men Imnhed In the operation or tlio
rlnK wore lulil to answer In the Unit
ed Stntes DIMi-lct Court hj U. 8 Ctiin
mlBsloner !.iIh thin niornliiR.
The men ennnnlttul for trial thin
ninniliiK nro Chnrlex Park. Yen Pint,
Ah Kook. Knlnna nnd Chnrlc Ah Too,
londn hvliiK fixed nt flnOO In nidi
The cNhk'iici! ngaliiHt Ihu flo men
named In ronnldcred roncliislw; and
their examination nnd hcarltiKR hmti
led to the disclosure of much addition
al nKKlntanca that lins helped tho an
thnrltleit In tin lr work toward nnrnx-
orlns the )Kteni the oicratlim of
which It In lt Hexed Iiiih rcxullrd In tint
landing of cnimldernhle iinntltleH of
tho Illicit dniK In tho Territory. Tim
report, however that fleets o nnp
imim haxe been hrliiRliiK the nrlmn iy
Hawaii lr. more thu result of nn Intfr
entlng ImaRlnaltnn than it Ih Insed
on facts bo far dNroxcred hy tho In
ALEX. M0RK1S0N DIED
It xx 111 Iks heird xxlth the deeiiest
rcKret that Alexander Morrison, xvho
xxas so liiulh Injured 1i) a fnllliiR
mould at Cation ft NlIII's hhops n
week nKo, died this morning In thu
Queen's Hospital nt nhont 3 o'clock
"Alec," as ho xxns nffcrtlonntoly
known nil oxer the Islands had lieen
In tho Rronp for some fointeen joais.
At tho time of his death ho xvus n
valued emplo)eof the well known firm
of Cntton A Nelll where ho held the
position of head moulder.
Horn In OlasRow IhlrtvdKlit jears
ro, Morrison xxhen n oiiiir man, do
rliled to como to Hawaii nnd try his
luck, llu quickly made friends xxlm
haxo remained trim to the end and
his rutllnR off In (ho prime, or llfo Is
deplored li exerjono who oxer knoxv
Morrison whs an Knrflo, nnd that hn
clcly will do him tho last eirthlv hon
or tomorrow nfternoon. Throueh Urn ,
death or Alec Morrison n quintet ofjfK'
friends who xxcro Inseparable nn hull j
dnjs nnd Hundnjs x III lie broken tip. "
Lester Petrle. Oerrll IliiEhes (JeorRo
Campbell nnd Will Iluckle. who xvero
like, brothers to Morrison, hiuo Urn
deeiiest Hmpithy of nil thoso xxliii
know how the) felt towards tho dead
Tho funeral will take plaeo nt 2,.10
o'clock tomorrow from the WlltlnmH
Undertaking Purlers. Mtmbern of the
Honolulu Airlo HO P. O. 13 will im
semblo In their hall nt 1:45 oVIook.
The luternunt will lako place nt Nun
JudRo Robinson this mnrnlnR ni
proved tho second nnnual accniintH fir
leorpo P. Merrick fir Chicago. Riinrd
Ian or Charles V. Case necrliiR. who
In tho langiiaKe or the pctlllon Ih ii
"spendthrift." In tho accounts tho
Rimrdlan charKes hlniseir with re
ceipts amounting to $22 215 81 nnd
asks to he allowed expenditure!)
amounting to 121. moo.
1)111 Chlltrn Is IndlRnaiit nt the sup
position that tho Town teim or root,
bailers started the row at tho Umriio
('rounds Thurrday. Captain Kuniner
or tho Townlos has written it letter to
this paper on tho subject.
5 B. R. near St. Elizabeth
SB.R.Kuakini, nr. Fort St.. 12.50
IB. R. Alewa, below Judd... 0.00
2 B. R. Sihnack Tract, Nuu-
2 B.R. Partly furnished, Ma
noa Valley 12.00
P. E. KStrauch
Waity BIdg. 74 S. King St.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF
Until further notice, tho us0 of
water upon tho HIrIi Pressure, or
Nuuanu Sstom, muro partltnlnily
described us that pottlon of tho b)h
ttm lying on both sides of Ntiuiiuti
avenue and maukti of nnd liulinllni;
School street, Thurston avenue, ,'.
ttalllo sttcet and Wilder uxenue to
Muldkt streot for purposes of Irrl
Gutlon Is hereby piohlblted.
J. M. i-ittm:,
Superintendent of Honolulu
Siipeilnli'tident of PulilU- Wotl.K.
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