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GRIP ON JOB
No Change Contemplated
! Better Own Part of a Growing City Than
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Part of an Uncertain Dividend - Paying
1 OU,OPU invested in the QCEAN VIEW DISTRICT
during the past five" months. Awakening of Greater
Honolulu, with Beautiful KAIMUKI helping to: make
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WE siibmit our sales and the class of people to tyvhom we have sold as the best (evH
dence that our property will be the coming residential district of Greater Hono
lulu. We have sold to home people, who have bought for home-building purposes'
after1 investigating all other sections of the city. 'We have sold to wealthy tourists, who
have traveled around the world, and know, the' value of a beautiful homesite and good
New Ocean View D strict
AN IDEAL PLACE TO LIVE
Cool and healthful
Koko Head Breeze"
. Level Property-
Tl 7"E extend everyone an invitation to see our pro-
" pcrty and the extensive improvements we are
making for the development, of a residential district
that will be a credit to any city. Take the Waialae
car, and upon" your arrival at Kaimuki call at our
branch office in charge of Dr. Hutchinson, who will be
pleased to show you the property and supply you
with maps, literature, and all the information you may
require.- ' . ,
UR FIXED PRICES arc $500 for . Corner
Lots, and $400 for inside lotsj size 75 feet
by 150 feet, or 1 1,250 square feet each
Our terms are .50 CASH DOWN, and. .$10"
PER MONTH on each lot. , ,,.
Call up Telephone 659 and make an appoint-,
ment with one of our representatives. ' 1-'
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd
Branch Office: Koko-Head and Waialae Ave.
ltond'Bupervlsor Pnelo; a Democrat,
fervent In liolltles nnd Incidentally
serving the county In tho capaclty'of
road overseer In Koolanpolto district,
la ilpplnred liv thoso who profess to
know, will continue Ills grip on tho
municipal life lino for nn indefinite
Paolo has licen drawing his princely 4
nnd monthly stipend from tho county .
coffers ilurlnR tho life of tho present ;
administration. As a Democrat; ho T
has imsHed through tho fiery furnnco
or criticism nnd from his party stand
ards, has pot Jieen found wantlpg.
J' From tho stronghold of Ilopubllcan
fsm, I'nvlu lms hecn assailed by Uio
fiery darts of envy nnd enmity.
The story that Mayor Joseph J. Fern
was contemplating tho cutting out oC .
I'nelo from tho county broad line and
substituting n relative In the person
of Kula Alapnl, is pronounced bh a
delirious and. dopoful dream. Mayor
Fern, has .been ono of tho political
sponsors for Paolo. Tho road super
visor has tho unanimous hacking .nf
tho "Unterilflc.d" wing, of tho Hoard s
of Supervisors. , About tho only tlmo
that the I'nelo head rests uneasily up
on his pillow Is at a tlmo of tho reg
ular hut rather unexpected visits of
Supervisor James Qulnn to that- por
tion of fair Oahn. Islo which. Is situ
ato to tho windward. It Is then that
Pncle. If npprlscjlfnf the supervisorial"
visitation, begins to sit tip nnd. tako
nnllco of pending changes In the land
scape. Qulnn Is 'of tlin Itepuhllcan
faith nnd of lato tho road cominltteo
has been regaled with reports kcoh
cernlng tho nllcgcd tncompotenco of
At the city Wall this morning, Paolo -,
stock was still' qu'otbd at nbovo jar.
ICnKlnecr fluy .Gcro declared ill at ha
had left Paelo In charge of road work
of the. district nnd when tho Super
visor was last seen ho was standing
guard over n flock of- steam rollera
and a', quantity tof county road para
phernalia and to .nil Intents and pur
poses was tho "boss man."
The statement that Kula Alapnl,
who Is said to have been slated for
tho Pnela Job, 'is a Republican la
looked tnion In cJtOiall rlrcles as a
very entcrtniulng Joke. Alapnl Is do-. '
clared as a dyed In tho wool Demo
crat oCttio most pronounccItyp Tho
Alapnl. position on 'tho city and' county - '
' Vnlls li ono fixed by municipal appro
bation nnd It In said that that.orficlal , ,
has no deslro to mako a .change.
.Thero Is llttlo or no prospect of a s
shaking 'up. In Koolaupoko circles nt
the present or nt nny tlmo ucrore tho , t
-k)lratlui of the tcrti-of tho' o.ilstlns i A
member" 0 -the hoarlt;' -ri
Washington girl will
wed japanese officer ,
WA8HIN0T0N, April 3. An Inter
national romance, embracing Paris,
San Francisco nnd Washington, will,
reach n cllniijx wlicn on April M2lh,
Lieutenant Ulroshl Sakural, scion of a
noblo Japnneso fdmlly, and Miss, Mil
enne A. Franchet of this city will bo
married. I.lc.ttcmuit Sakural Is tlio
American representative of tho Yoko
hama Spcclo Dank.
Tho couple first met nt San Fran
cisco. Ulshoti Harding of Washington,
who. has known the young Japanese
for somo tlmo, will celebrate tho cere
mony at bis Massachusetts nvcnuo
home. Miss Frnnchett will bo attended
by her sister, Helen. Following tho
ccromony tlio bridal phlr will go to
noston and will visit New York on
their way back to Washington.
The young man's father Is Inspector
of education In Tklo, nnd his. uncle,
M. Hlokl, Is Japanese minister to
For' eating, drinking and' cooking
Pure, UtUcloua, Nutritious
i 9 i.ni uinc.
Hrcakfnst Cocotl, 1-2 lb. tins
linker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 Ih. cakes
Gcrinan Sweet Chocolate'
t - -4 lb. cakes
For Stic by Lodlng Gioceri la Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS, U S. A.
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