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RVTINtNO nULLRTIN, HONOUJLtJ. T. It., BATtmDAY, APn, 30, 1910.
An Unprecedented Demand for
THE v;ery best class of people, both kamaainas and irialihinis, are buying OCEAN
VIEW property bec'ause they know that our location and prices are correct.
For homesites there are absolutely nothing better than OCEAN VIEW property
with its high elevation so near the sea, its magnificent sweep of ocean view and
mountain scenery, and its cool, healthful, never-failing Koko Head breeze and pure
atmosphere. As an investment, OCEAN VIEW property will prove, in the end, to
be far more profitable than dividend-paying sugar' stocks. Profitable results are
absolutely assured from high-class, improved, suburban property at low prices in a
growing and promising city like Honolulu where the Government is spending
millions for improvemehts, where climatic conditibnis are abrrlutely perfect, and
where the 'Agricultural and commercial interests are the wea. .hiest in the world.
Five years from now, when you will be able to travel from Honolulu to New York
in eight days, you will be glad to refer to the profitable investment made in'the
OCEAN VIEW DISTRICT during the visit of the Comet.
Ten Minute Car Service
OX account of the incieaMj in population of tl.o Kiiimiiki District,
the gienl uiiiouuL 6f iiiiprovmcntH going on mill the ninny new
homes now under conctnietioii mid to ho Imilt in tho SKT
OCEAX NMKW DISTIMCT, tho Honolulu K.ipid Transit mid Lun.l
( i). aro compelled to iiintnll n ten mimito c.ir Mirvico which will begin
jnt iw ihm.1I -.is the ncceiiry awitdint tiro completed. It will lx to
jour interest to buy now while y lmve nn opportunity to get tho
benefit, of tho development und the futuio iucie.wd vuliiea of tliq
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WHJfX tbe,ofliciiils of the College of Iluwnii were looking for a
fuvorublo location for their observatory, they wanted property
v with a high elevation no they could obtain tho largest sweep of
ocean view mid tins piiu-nt utniosphere. After carefully considering ,
evei v Miction of tho city, thev decided upon u lot in thu JCKW OCEAX
VI KW DJSTJllOT on account of its'perft (t location. You had better
dicidc now while tho opportunity is ours.
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, 4 During tho jie.st two cc't, until the Comet is visible in the evening, we will give to thonu who have, bought a lot and thoseiwho tonteuiplatu buying a lot in the," '
OCEAX VIEW DISTRICT, an early nioiniug auto ride out to tho Observatory -and leturn. Call tit our ollico or telephone (J.I'J and jmiko an sijipoin'tnicnt. '
Artesian Water , High Elevation . ' Electric Lights, ;?fc
Delightful Climate Paved Streets Koko Head Breeze f
Sufficient Rainfall ' Excellent Soil Level Property C;r
Cool and Healthful . Good Location' Pure Atmosphere
Take thti Waialae car, and upon jyour ariival at Ivaimuki call nt our brnneh oflice in charge of E. L. llutuhiiison and Norton Jlolw, who will bo pleased to show joii
llic iioiorty and supply you will, maps, literatuio and all tho information ou may require. Our fNcd prices' aic 5Q6 for comer lots and $100 for inside lots, sue
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me iiiopcriy and snnnlv you will, nniiis. Ii eratuio onil all tlio liitormation mi iiiav renin
7.r ft. 130 ft. or 11, 250 tq. ft. each. Our terms aio $50 cash don and $10 per liiqiitji on each lot.
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Main Office: King and Fort Sts
Branch Office: Waialae and Koko Head Xves
Investigation Hade by Agent of the
Ruwian Government Reveals
Countrymen Getting Accustomed
I'nul do Kcrbcrk, v;ho wns ncnt to
Hnnnll for tho purposo of Invmtlgnl
lug tho conilltloiiH of the nusulnn cm
Igrnnts from Manchuria by tho litis
ulnn KOTcrnmcnt, rciiorts t'mt ho has
found tho Russians who woro workliis
on tho plantations or engaged tn oilier
lines of work to ho satisfied although
the conditions arc considerably differ
ent from thoso under which they nio
accustomed to work.
Tho hours under which they labor
hero am more regular than thoso at
homo but they nro also shorter and as
soon as tho men get accustomed to
this regularity they will bo all right,
according to Mr. Kcrbcrg.
In Maul and Hawaii tho men aro bet
ter satisfied than, on Oahti, for tho
reason that they aro away from tho
Influcnco of tho so-c tiled leaders who
Incite thorn to trouble all tho time.
THE NEW VISIBLE
Nolo these prlccsl No. 10 Iteming
ton visible writing only $75 00, No. 7
Remington $60, No. 7 Remington ulth
two color ribbon $62.10, No. S Under
wood $65. These marhlnqs aro rebuilt '
from machines slightly worn and nil
worn parts replaced by entirely now
parts. We guarantco them free from
dcfcctlvo parts for one year. A. B.
Arlrlgh & Co., Hotel street.
Tho following wireless has boon re
ceived by tho agents from tho S. S.
"At Sea, April 29, 1910, 8 p. m. 8.
S. Sierra. 851 miles from Honolulu,
modcrato northeast winds, long west
erly swell, flno clear woathcr. All
well, Bar. 30:60. Temp. 62.
IMPRISONED LEADER h
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Hospital for treatment ami Is doing ns
well as can bo expected
Word reached Uio pollco Btatloa
about half-past fhe o'clock that th'J
Russians had left their camp and that
thoy were marching In a body toward
tho town. Sheilrt Jarrctt had Just re
turned from a funeral as tho Russians
assembled at tho pollco station. Tho ,
Sheriff saw at a glanco that serious
trouble Was In sight, and ho attempted
to parte with tho Russians; Jnrrctt'a
object was to delay action as long n
possible till n blcyclo officer could ba
sent around nnd call the pollco offlccrs
off their city, boats.
The foot police on the city beat only
amounted to four men. but they woro
hurried In to the rescue C6untlug
tho Sheriff, thero were only half n
doicn men at tho pollco station. Tho
Sheriff called upon the trusties to coma
out and they wero quickly given clubH
with which to dlsperso tho mob. Tho
Russians hart nil gathored" outsldo tho
station and wore demanding to seo
Vaslllcff, who was confined tnsldo.
Jarrctt ordered tho mob to dlsperso
but not a move was mado by tho Rus
sians, who only yelled tho louder.
The big hulking Russian's grabbed
their children and held them up us
shields with which .to block tho blows
of tho clubs and "bllllos." Tho mount
ed men did good work In dispersing
tho mob und within a fow minutes of
tho start of tho pollco chargo thorn
was not a Russian except thoso In
cells near tho pollco station.
"pocs that man possess any acu
men?" "Naw; he don't own n cent's
worth." naljlmoro American.
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Breakfast Cpcoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Maker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
Fen Sila br Leading Grocer! In Honolulu
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