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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T,
H., Wednesday, DEC. 8, 11)00
I It Is No Gamble
i With Us
Because wc know yon
nre roiiik to RCt satis
faction. Clothes we
make for you have
clnss and fit perfectly.
Oct your clothes made
to your measure by us
1 . nt leaily to wear
W l A new line of suit.
; '" ' inys just teccived from
'Continued from Fan 11
cut, mid took the oaths of thoie slRti
ItiK tlio papers.
Iorty-slx agreements or sale, nnl
thclity-clRht leasus were slRtiod, which
left about a dozen agreements ami Mvo
mot e leases yet to lo stalled, cmeihis
lauds illicit had hoeu taken tip, hut
wliornj owners were unnhlo to lie pres
ent. Thesu aro bolus finished today.
Tlio resident of, that district, and
especially tlio ones who have tnken up
Koine-; of tlio land, seem to ho, cry
much pleased with the way tlilnss ha
Bono so far, and to bo well satisfied
with the treatment they have recehed
ftoin tho (loernmenL Thoro nre a
dozen or so people left who still desire
to obtain lots, most of them being Hn
wnllnns.'und the rest belnt? l'ortimueso
with u sprinkling or other nationalities.
When asked why they didn't tr,v to ob
tain lots before, they said they "didn't
think the (Internment's plans would
i?(l thrfiiii.li na nlnti.il " an iltm .11.1, i't '
care "to waste their time by bidding."
The appointment of Miss Hundley as
deputy land agent has been Very pleas
ing to tho residents there, who say
that she Is well iiimliricd, from her res
idence In thu District and her acquaint
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel St., 0pp. Union.
siding on thciu, with eniploj incut
tnmiRh for all.
Furthermore. It Is going to be diffi
cult to find any settlers who will care
to pay the high upset price asked, of
$25 dollars per ncre, in spite of the
high value of the lands for Independent
homesteads, and their perfect condi
tion ns to climate, soil, and prospec
tlto protnlxlty to tho mdrkets, as long
ns It appear et blent o the intending
purchasers that they 'will be com
piled to go to large exrense, prol)
ably as much ngaln as the purchase
pi Ice, or more, befoie the luuris will bj
fit to live upuik for purposes of culti
vation. If a prIvntQ company were tijlng to
dlsiKiso or the lands to colonists, It Is
tety certain Hint It would not expect
nny settlers to take' them tin until liter
were well prepared for residence pur
poses. They would bo cleared of all
useless nmlci brush, mads would be
built which would connect them with
tho main thoroughfares, and wntir
would be laid to each of the lots.
'I lie (internment, may be relied upon,
of course, to build the necessary roads,
and lay the water supply after the
hnds ate sold. Hut It should nlso ace
that the lantnna growth, which now,
nlthough a cry good thing for tle
lands, actually, Is so hcaty Unit It will
tin nVluilmlllii in u-.am. t. I.. - ..I-.ii.
mice with the people, to do the work ,.,V:' ...',.. ," .1 ' . .r.' '. V?"lov
kitlRf-iptnrllv - i"'"" "- "i inn I'm iii' uir sine
Tle "(U"rn,et has certainly been fc faeW SMo S3
most successful in illsikisltiK of the .T -L .?. ,lA,T:i,S.1"c.l,.t" ?f 1 T3
Mown lots and the flat lands, but the CA "X, '",'"? ,T EI S.K.
imtiika homestead pieces, where the rf , ,,, , t nndlng his to al
for sonic reason failed to fulfill tho
expectations entcitalnel with 'tegard
to thrin Fii far.
I The reason for this Is probably that
I the i 'nclp-xl Induutn of the p'ace.
I the raising of cine for a siig.ir phinlu-
Ilea lin b'rn allowed to Inpw, ntnl
thi'ie Is luiihlng theie nt. the iresent
lime to support u homo dwelling pop-
In theory, of cmifto a, honuMleader
ought to be utile to tnlna fiinn products
Ion his own hind that will bj siilllctent
to support his family In comfort, lint
lit will be very hard to Dud a popula
tion of plntiliitlou laborers who will bo
I able to look far enough nhead so that
tbev will euro to kcltlu on new lands.
I that hnvo not jot been pioted to bo
R'iccossrul rami lands, where they will
bo compelled to make their own lit lug
IKirllon to his lire t Ions expectation!
If the noverninent will see, that theso
I tinted objections nre removed, first
land will then wait until tho enne lands
!nre again In cultivation perhaps as
I cotton fields, or In somo other crop'
' besides cane befoie putting' these
lands iipn the market, for settleis. It
i will find that the colonlzatloii'ipiestlon
lis plain sailing, and that Instead or
being obliged to resort to tiersnaslr.n
J to Induce the ieople to come, It vlll-
need In find some mcann of thl'mlnir
out tho crowds who will asseniKe. eag
er to (Hid an outlet ror their ambitions
ns Independent settlers.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Dr. F. SCMJRMANN
Corner Union and Bcretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m 3-G p. m.
Phone 33. j
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Buildinp;, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
i torn iiio miii, tr men or independent ment. demons lnslsleil tlmi lm wnu
means can he found to take up tho J for Itohcrtsnu and declined to enter
1n. In ! tit l.. Itll.w ...! .... 1.. I II... Mt .. mi.
nun-., uicj ..in iiu iiiiiuiK it.-iii.iiiH, in uiu iieei, ine mini result wnj
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25ft
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
go tliioiigli tho trials and haidshlps
i that miiy bo Incidental to the bringing
I of tho Inml Into successful mid profit
i nbh cultivation,
i Hut such men aro hnnl lo fliul, ami
the main purpose or the putting or
i those lands upon the market, anyway.
Is to glto the people of small means.
I who aro emplucd by tho plantation, mi
I opportunity to make their homes upon
tlhe land, nnd enjoy the benefits of cul-
iitaung ineir own crops, ami ni tno
amo time, while they are developing
their own laud, to huvo a stable occu
pation In the cmpln) incut or some sue
cessrul ugrlriiltuial Industry In the
For these le.isoun, erhnps, the (lov
ernment will bt more successrut in
disposing n( the lauds to prospective
settlers ir It waits, before advertising
them again until- the cano lands aro
again' in cullltntlon, and tho large pop
ulation of ten years ago Is ag.iln re
turn UocKlruIf received tho appoint
ment, his nnino being considered by
tho Sennte Judiciary Committee lor
home tlmo before final action was tak
en. WoodriilT's relations wllh tho mem
bers or tho liar hate been pleasant
and it Is tlu general onlnloii lli-il lm
has douo well considering that ho was
without Judicial experience when ho
received the nppnlittmuit to the Unit.
cu stules Court In Hawaii.
If (loternor lVar has u candidate
lor tne hecouil Feitorul Jiulupslili
Woodruff'B retirement conies at an oi
isirtiiiic tlmo, ror tho (lovernnr will
have an opportunltv or Indorslnc lilu
man right before tho powers at Wash-
tiigion. Jiidgo Ilallou wiih also ron
nuuii-ii uvaiiiioie ueioro wootirun was
'appointed and (hero Is n isisslblllty
that ho tvould drop pilvnlo piatlleo
again lo nrcept tho Kccoud Pedoral
fHO SAID KAIMUKI ROCK, and who is denying it? Because
Nature has been good enough to provide rock for building
purposes is that any 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 citv. as
it is a well-known fact that every residential district has its proportion
cf rock. To those who are laboring under the erroneous impression
that we arc offering ledges of rock instead of desirable residential
property, might as well give us proper consideration bycoming out and
taking a look at the property we are offering.
The NEW OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT lias practically no rock and
the reck on the few lots will be removed by this Company at the request
or the purchaser. This Company is now clearing un the NEW OCEAN
VIEW DISTRICT of loth rock and brush, nnd will deliver lots in first
class shape ready for building. Plenty rock for building purposes will be
furnished free : however, where the rock has been removed by this Com
pany, it must be hauled back at the expense of the purchaser. FOR
BUILDINQ PURPOSES. THERE IS NOTHING BETTER THAN KAI
MUKI ROCK. IT SAVES 23 IN THE COST OF BUILDING MATERIAL
AND ADDS 100 TO THE BEAUTY OF YOUR HOME. Its rough and
rustic surface and brownish color in th: building of foundations, col
umns, sidewalks and fences, gives bunimlows 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
No one1 doubts the fact thai the man who walks about in the Kai
muki red dirt with white pants and white shoes will get them soiled.
But the question arises will that man's white pants and white shoes
be any cleaner when he walks aboio jjtp oiWMOip 'jjjp spuiq uj in
tiny other kind of dirt? Besause the soil is red does not affect its
quality, or cive cause for any obejetion.
r THE RED SOIL IS MORE OF AN ADVANTAGE THAN A DISAD-.
VANTAGE. Not because it blends with the beautiful 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 produces the beautiful lawns, iron-wood trees, and palms that
you find so plentiful among the many Kaimuki attractive homes. While
the' paved streets, improvements, vegetation, trees and flowers in the
NEW OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT will cover the rich red soil, it neverthc
less, must be admitted that the rich led soil is what will help beautify
Our prices, $500 for the corner lots and $400 for inside lots, sizes
w 73 feet by 150 feet, together with liberal installment terms, gives ev
eryone an opportunity to make a good investment and secure a beauti
ful ocean view homesite.
KAIMUKI LAND CO., LTD.
Furniture for Christmas Gills
We are showing the largest line of FURNITURE and FURNITURE
' NOVELTIES ever brought to Honolulu for a Christmas season.
take 'your Christmas gift to friends or relatives something 'which will combine both beauty and' utility,
can be attained bv purchasing furniture,
Every item in a furniture store would make a gcod Christmas gift.
We show the largest nnd best line of goods in the islands.
J. Hopp & Co., 185 King Street
rB3mSfm I The
f jSKBv Place
B58iS Stearns' EUctric A I Jr
-- BATand ROACH Path I I
Atk jrcur druggist lor Iht genuine ind IM that th mm J. J, Kuril? Id on vtry package.
Rtady mind for usa. Mora reliable and caster to um than powders. "Drucclsli will
relund your monejr i( It (alii to exterminate cockroaches, waterbugs, rats, mice, tc.
2 oi. box 25c, 16 oi. box 11.00. At JrufjUU or ipr.M prpld
STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO. CHICAGO. ILL.
For Sale Everywhere
Of Ready to Wear Apparel
Has kept us busy as Hccs in this de
partment. Such values as we are offering
in fashionable Garments lias never
occurred in this, city before,
New styles in Rain Coats
$5.00 to $18.50
Princess Dresses $2.95 to $20.00
50c to $20.00
$3.50 to $10.00
Children's Coats $2.50 to $5.00
New Military Capes
$10.00 to $20.00
whole slviek must be cleared
new fixtures for this department
We Give You Greater Satisfaction '
Our wood nnd coal customers always send in repeat ordcis in due
time. That's because we give them the best wood nnd coal in the
market nnd nt the lowest prices.
Honolulu Construction &,
Office Fcrt St., Below Beretania.
The Up-Td-Datc Christmas Present
Largest Assortment and Lowest Prices at
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,'
The Market Home
Of Christmas Gifts
A selection of choice articles for CHRISTMAS GIFTS
have been secured here in expectation of the Holiday de
mand. - '
TOILET ARTICLES priced to suit the curse of every
buyer are the finest Rifts offered, as they are put up in
cases made especially for the occasion.
The TOYS take Time to see, but you will find more
novelties in our stock' than anywhere in town.
SHOES make a sensible gift for a member of your
family, and you will find our qualities and styles equal to
the demands of every buyer. Visit this store before you
complete your buying. '
WAfl YING CH0NG CO., ,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
Reduction tial'e Begins Wednesday, December First,
1028 Nuuonu St.
1'ort nnd Queen.
Room 38 Young Building,
Honolulu, T, H.
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