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EVENING nUI-LETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, NOV. 2d, 1909."'
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Mott-Smilh Now Making, d
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M ,'. KAIMUKI
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The Beautiful High Valley of the Seasnore
And Watch Its Value Grow More and More
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AIMUKI SCENERY vmust' lc seen to be properly appreciated. KOKO HEAD, the WAIMANALO MOUNTAINS. DIAMOND HEAD and
mneaiciooen ncyr-in cverv d-iection, tORetner witn tne cooi, aeiignuui ana reiresninc breeze continually sweeping its entire
length, is what assures K AIMUKI of being the coming presidential district of Greater Honolulu.
Tne New Oceau yie 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 cf all places to live. It reminds me of the paintings wc see and read about' in the east. It is certainly 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 your sunrises over Koko Head and sunsets over the 'mountainsUfytmd .Pearl Harbor. I am summed not to
find more people living here. 'It is evident that the best residential part 6f your city has been overlooked. However,' I suppdse'that has been
ffue',' 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 sane Halihini when told about the wealth in this city, the agricultural possibilities of these islands, the $190,000 T. K. C, A. building
fund secured within five days, the new $850,000 Postofflce to be erected next, year, the Government selecting Fearl Harbor for the naval center
of the'e'ntire Pacific, the millions of dollars to be spent for military improvements, the possibility of getting.a military pay roll amounting to a
naif ntillion' dollars every month,' the population increasing and becoming Americanized, the benefits to be derived from the Panama Cannl and 'a
feV other1 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.
KAIMUKI IAND -COMPANY. LTD.,
Booms 37 & 38 Young Bldg.,
Honolulu, T. H. , . , n I
Gentlemen: Below you will find the names' and t addresses of five
prospective purchasers for property in your NEW OCEAN. VIEW-DISTRICT.
You will kindly mail me one of your mounted photographs ac
cording to your advertisement) ' '
Yours very truly,
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Fill out this blank and mail it to us.
The above picture in, its original
photograph beautifully mounted in
gray showing Diamond Head, Kai-
t muki, part ,of the Waimanalo Moun
tains and the Waikiki Lake, has
been copyrighted by this .compapy
and 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. Wc require names of desirable
people and prefer those who content
plate(building homes as well as yung
jincnand young women who should
be encouraged to become property
owners and to save and invest their
money in goo'd residential property
that will increase in value with the
x development of the city.
Our prices. $500.00 for corner lots and $400.00 for inside lots size 75 ft. x 'ISO ft. together-with our liberal terms $50.00 or more cash
down, and the balance payable in monthly Installments, or 5'.' discount for all cash, gives you a splendid oportunity for a good investment and
and a beautiful homesity in tlu NEW OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT.
" Kaimuki property will certainly never be any cheaper."
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd., -
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Room 38 Young Building
Honolulu, T. H
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Smillarv it ml lirnltli ninttcrs linvofl
oliluntly been rimnliip wltli loiA
Itoco n rein down n Wnlpnliu for,'
ioiiio moniiis insi mid mo icrruor-i
hit mid Countx ,uiilioililo lime tak
en notlro of the (oinil,iliils wlilclvi
l.sne been coming In niul Etepi nro A
It. 1)0 tnKen for immediate repara
tion of existing c;ll8 '
This nfieiiioon Aitlng Goernor
Mott-Smltli ftnd Mai or Kern with n"
(omiiilltec of lioallli ind Hinltntton
irom the Hoard of Cltv und County
Snpervltors, Inclii'lliiR Menibcra AS'--
lilt, MiClellnn ntid I.nan, Isltct .
V:ilialiit Ulstrlet. iiiipcrttiior Qnlnii,
Knno of tlie lo.id (otnmlt'io und
I'lnmliliiR lnpoator MleliUtcIn, Scr-
rntui) liitenliurg. Dr. MncKnll anil
fucinl otlicis cdinprls.'cl tlio party. '
The s.inliarj onillllons doun that
w.ij nro paid tii lie In nine need of .
it formation New buildings hna
I ecu C'liig tip v. Illioiil nny tnovn
made touardti llielr being placed In
sanltarj condition The Htrutturcs
nro tint liupeeted liv the Torrltorlal
i the Count) olIUI.iU.
Tlip dlHtrlct Is In gienl need of a
better and Improved drainage. Wa
ter that becomes stagnant tslunda In
oola and puddles and In conducUu
Ic the breeding of mosquitoes us
well as tllscnco germs
It Is expcctul that pYompt action
will follow this Inspection tour of
the Terilloilnl and County officials.
The roads leading to the district wlll
be looked Into and linproemcntn'
along these Hues arc also mooted.
The party will return to Hoioln
Tho ramlne In the I'orcBi' It to liu !
tlio feature fl'M nt tho I'irk Theuter
tonight with "nc .MArd Out in lia-' i
vana" in tlio tirnnd nii.nli In pol'it
of lulu'cttt. Ti. Kanilno Is hald to bo
one of t!in moat lutnrratlni; nf rll tui
motion idettiri. tllniR Kent nut :iiiil It -.
111 no doubt cause u fimiro here. Tho
Miudl (Iras Ik to full of action that
there can bo no doulit of the rogult of
tho showing, l.ust week tho pictures
weru much enjojed b tho 1 orgu
crowds v.lio ntten icd thu I'aik and tho
uumbern lij tho Metnotte sisters added
CPiikldorablo to the piogratn. Tho
miihlc furnlchcil by VIcriiiB orchestra
It a feature of the entertainments and .
no doubt lulp Trci'.l) to All the place
THE NOVELTY SCORES.
An ImmLiieo throng crowded tho
Nou'lty nt three thowa Saturday nlcht
to hear Mid seo "IIapr" Jack Walker
oinl Utile Jcauetto Cooper In their
fcinglng and dancing Thoso two com
edians liaw tho happj faculty of catch
lug n crondV liking nt their first show
and If Saturday night's ruccess Is re
pented, tho will tcorc one of tho bU
g 'st tlii.itrlc.il suceeshes of tho tia
ton. Ily no means fall to Irlt tho
Noelty, at the coiner of Nuiiauii and
I'.iuahl rtrect, when ou aiu In tearch
AT THE APT.
Tho plctuii! bill nt the Ail this week
wilt rlml mil' tif tin. v.iiltmu Miuiikn.
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tiients III town as an entertainer. -Tho '
p'LtiircH aiu tiu latist Now York hits
mid as Hie machine mini at the Ait is
mi nnlst In his line, thu plotmos nro
ill Ill row n iixjii the screen to distinct.
ly th it Iho audience feels as If It was
view liu real netnis Do suro this
veeK and Include Iho Art in our
DREAM SHOP RAIDED
. Ofllcer Kcllctt and several special
I o I Ice in en descended unon tho d renin
hhop operated by Kun llting out Pn
lam.i way and loled upon a quantl
t) T)f opium btnoker accessories, such
as pliies.1 Ininns and tevernl nackagctl
oi prepared opium.
I lie Chlncbo was lined S50 and
the court trtniiiilngs nt police, court;
IN FOREIGN TORTS
Monday, November 29.
YOKOHAMA ArrUed Nov. 27:
H S Siberia, lienco Nov. 15.
1111.0 Sailed Nov 2fi:
Oceania Vuncu, for I'ort Townbend
It cost two Clilncfco shon Koonerrtl
tlie Slim of JG and costs for bnlnirli
found guilty of Keeping their placertJ
or uusiness upon on Sunday cotilrnrv
lo the statutes. They were nilvlscits
in liil.a n Ittlu time to nniko a ctmlvBI
of tho existing laws of the. Territory.'
us well us city and count v recnla.
tlous concemlug a pioper obscr-
mho of Kir Snbhath.
Tll3 STKAMi;n riuii.1, an oil taut.
or whli'li ban been plyins between
South American ports ami J.ipmi, wan
an arrival at tlio port this nminlnA'
Tlio vessel rails hcio lor Hiimdle.s.
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