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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 19, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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man, invest in real estate, subu
" He owes this duty to himself and" the town
--rto own a par,t of it. Ever so small a lot if
he can't own a big pne. A forty-foot front if
he can do no. better ---but he should' own a
part 9f the town: That gives him a stake in
it. That man who owns a home in the town
never calls his town' 'it When he speaks of
it, whether it be London or Tail-Holt, New
York or Waikiki, he says 'we,' 'our town and
he has a right to. He is a stockholder, a part
ner. More than that when he owns a piece
of ground, farm or town lot, he has a stake in
the earth, He is a citizen of the universe.
His property extends from the brimstone zone
to the stars."
Tp I:cn front tks address of Ilr. Robert J. Burdcttc, of ;Ics Ac(j:!cs, before the Ccamirdal Club cf
Honolulu, Saturday evening, February 12, 1910. . v
yt "The stockholders of a city are the property owners,
arid IKe most profitable stock is that of a progressiye city
with valuable resources. If 'you had bought the stock of
Spokane, laos Angeles or Seattle twenty years ago it
would haye made you rich. Honolulu presents the same,
if riot better, opportunities, for the reason that it is incor-
. T" pordted for the purpose of lube'coming"a 'great Americans
' city with the following resources:
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Excellent climate, Magnificent Scenery, Government
Improvements, Commercial Advantages, Modern Methods,
Enormous Wealth, Public Enterprise, and American Spirit.
Wealthy estates realize the value -of our wonderful
resources and great opportunities, and are leasing rather
than selling stock. ' Now is the accepted time to buy a
;t and become a part owner of our limited area, as well
a stockholder, in growing Honolulu.
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As an investment, there is nothing better than a
homesite in Beautiful IAIMUKI. You may travel the
world over in search of a place to live and not find a more
delightful spof than the NEW OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT.
At an elevation of 250 feet above sea level, and only a
few thousand feet from sea, with a dry atmospheric con
dition, combined with the cool and refreshing breeze from
around Koko Head, we have an exceedingly rnalthy
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climate, recommended by all the leading physicians of
the country. Surrounded by miles of ocean view and
mountain scenery in all directions, including the Waiman
,alo Mountains, Diamond Head, and Koko Head in the dis
tance, we offer choice residential property, improved with
macadamized streets, electric lights, telephones, plenty of
'water, and accessible to the car line, at exceedingly low
Lots,- size 75 feet by 150 feet, or 11,250
sq. feet each, cleared of all rock and JbriisK,
and .with modern improvements, are $500 for
corner lots and $400 for inside lots. Terms
---$50 cash down: and tne balance in monthly
Cor. Fort & King Sts.
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