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BB .8 .,'' ? . , EVKNINO"rHJLLCTtN, HONOLTJUJ, T. H FniDAY. DEC. 3. 1909. . t,
I KAIMUKI ROCK
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WHO SAID KAIMUKI ROCK, and who is denying it? Because Nature has been good enough to provide rock for building purposes is that
3ny reason why anyone should object to some rock in KAIMUKI, the most beautiful district in the city? We admit a few lots in the
KAIMUKI district have rock, but this condition of affairs exists all over the city, as it is a well-known fact that every residential district has its
proportion of rock. To those who are laboring under the erroneous impression that we are offering ledges of rock instead of desirable residen
tial property, miht as well give us proper consideration by coming out and taking a look at the property we are offering.
One of the many Kaimnki beautiful bungalow homes
showinc the great benefit to be derived from the Kai
THE MEW OCEAN VIEW DISTTRICT hat practically no .rock and
the reck on the few lots will be removed by this Company at the request
of the purchaser. This Company is now clearing nn the NEW OCEAN
VIEW DISTRICT of both rock and brush, and will deliver lots in first
class shape ready for building, Flenty rock for building purposes will be
furnished free; however, where the rock hat been removed by this Com
pany, it must be hauled back at the expense of the purchaser. FOR
BUILDING PURPOSES. THERE IS NOTHING BETTER THAN KAI.
MUKI ROCK. IT SAVES 25 IN THE COST OF BUILDING MATERIAL
AND ADDS 103 TO THE BEAUTY OF YOUR HOME. Its rough and
rustic surface and brownish color in the building of foundations, col
umns, sidewalks and fences, gives bungalows and cottages a beautiful
and artistic appearance; The value of this rock in some of the mainland
cities would be more than polished granite, while at Kaimuki, it costs
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Comer of Pahoa and Thirteenth Avenues one block
from THE NEW 0 CEAN VIEW DISTRICT. These ave
nues will be extend ed in the new district; Waimanalo
Mountains in the di stance.
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,No one doubts the fnct that the man who walks about in the Kaimuki red dirt with white pants and white shoes will get then soiled. But the question arises will that man's'
white pants nnd white shoes be any cleaner when he walks about in black dirt, chocolate dirt or any other kind of dirt? Because the soil is red docs not affect its quality, or give ,-
cause for any objection. " '
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A beautiful yard in one of Knimuki's elegant homes
showing how the ric h and fertile red soil produces lawns,
tires, flowers, etc. Dl nmoml Head in the Distance.
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THE RED SOIL IS MORE OF AN ADVANTAGE THAN A DISAD-1
VANTAOE. Not because.it blends with the beantiful golden sunsets and
sunrises over Koko Head, visible from any part ol the district, but on
account of its splendid depth, its rich and fertile quality. The red soil
is what pioduces the beautiful lawns, iron-wood trees, and palms that
vou And so plentiful among the many Kaimuki attractive homes. While
the raved streets, improvements, vesetaticn, trees and flowen in the t
NEW OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT will coyer the rich red soil, it neverthe
less, must be admitted that the rich ted soil is what will help beautify
the district. ' "
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The laborers clear ine off the NEW OCEAN VIEW DIS
TRICT by removinc all the rock and brush and making
it a select residential district. Koko Hcai and the ocean
in the distance.
Our prices,' $500 iorfityorner lots and $400 for inside-lots, sipes 75 feet by, 15Q feot, together with liberal instalment
terms, gives everyone an opportunity, to make a good, investment and secure a beautiful ooean view h'omesite.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.,
Boom 38 Young Building Honolulu, T. H
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