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TAFT SAYS TO
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With Lasting and Increasing Value
If you want to remember your friends and relatives with a Christmas Gift that will
endure forever1 we suggest and recommend you to purchase a lot in the
Ocean View and Palolo Tracts in the Kaimuki district.
CONSIDERING ithe climatic conditions ahd scenery,
there is no property in the United States that has
better residential advantages.
We are willing to' place ourselves on record as predicting'
that 'every desirable lot in the PALOLO HILL and OCEAN
VIEW tracts will be selling at from $1,500 to $2,000 each
within the next few years, while we afe today offering choice
lots at an average of only $400.00 each, and allowing 5 per
cent for all cash.
A CHRISTMAS GIFT that will LAST
value is the only sensible kind to make.
and increase in
We are prepared to execute deeds and sale contracts
without any" knowledge to the beneficiary until Christmas
Day, at which time th6 gift ca n be presented as a pleasant
IT you cannot call at our office personally, ring up our
Phone,' 1659 and ask (or one of our representatives to ex
plain ihe manner in which you cap secure this splendid
present made either byldeed or sale contract upon the in
stallment plan. ; , . -
We reserve the privilege of increasing our prices or with
drawing any of our lots from the market.
During the past year we have sold FIVE HUNDRED AND
SEVENTY-NINE lots in the OCEAN VIEW TRACT to ONE
HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN first class American citizens,
about FORTY of whom will build homes this coming year,
now that the large new Reservoir is completed and pure
ARTESIAN WATER can be secured at any point in the tract.
We will build you a beautiful bungalow home on the in
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Call 'and see us about prices and terms. -
Prices and Terms;
vPAL0L0 HILL TRACT:- -
Section A at 3V2 cents per
Section B at 4 cents per
Section C at 5 cents per
Section D at 5 cents per
Section E at 5 cents per
Size of lots range from Ten
Thousand square feet on up.
Terms: Twenty per cent
cash down and balance at the
rate of from $10 to $20, or
more, per month on each lot.
Five per cent discount allowed
for all cash. We-have sep
arate maps of each Section
showing size, area and shape
of each lot. Call and get one.
OCEAN VIEW TRACT:
Corner lots $500 and inside
lots $400. The size of lots'
75 feet x J 50 feet, or 11,250
Terms: $50 cash down
and balance at the rate of
$10, or more, per month. Five
per cent discount for all cash.
rj W '., .v.'" . p eyi
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
Message to Congress Contains
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WAHHINHTO.V, I) C. lfc-c. 17.-J
A n twiilc of 1'realdent Toft's reconti
trip to the canal, hi mesriHgo toJCoii
kicks contain elaborate recoinmei?
datlnn on canal mieatlona nnrtlpn!
larly na to for(lf)lng the Krcat water-'
way ami as to (be toll rates to bo
charged. Discussing the canal, tho
"At the Instance of Colonel Ooet
hals, the army engineer omcer 'In
charge of the work on tho Pannmn
Cunal, I ha6-Jtist made a visit to thou
it. . .. . . .
iniiiiiiin in iiiifiH'ci mo nurx flonn nnil.
to consult with him on tho ground'as?
to certain pioblcms which are llkoly-v
io armo in the near future. Tim nrn.
gros of the work Is moat satlsfac?
tory. If no unoxiected obstacles pre-!
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noted well within tho time flicrir.hv'S
.. . . ' ja
uoionel (iopthals, to-wlt, January 'JlJl
IMfi. and within the estimate of coBt,l
rross reports liavo rcaphn.l thn
United States tfmm time to tlmoglv?
Inc rccounta of slides of earth of yery.
larRe yardace In Mm nilplim Put nn.l
elsewhere alone tho line, (mm whlMi-
mlcht be Inferred that iho wnrkl
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nas been much retarded nn,i tlmt hn
time of completion hag been nocesaar-"
'The roport of Doctor Ttnvi. : nt
the Oeoloclcnl Surey, whom I scnt'J
within tho Inst month to the TaHimna
to make an lnestlEatlon. shows that
tills section of the cannl iono l mm
posed of sedimentary rocks of rnlhn'p
weak strurtiiro and suhleoi in nimn.tT
ImniftillnlA .il.lul.-n . i. . . v
"""i iiinimi.'Kruiin wnen expos'
ed to the air, Suhsemient to tho
dcosltlon of theso sediments, IcneM
ous rocks, harder and more durable,"
nave -been thrust Into them, and 'be
Inc cold at the time of (heir Intra.
slon united but Indlnennl1i- with iha
sedimentary rock at tho contacts. Tho J
result of theso conditions Is that as?
tne cut Is deepened, causlnc unbal
anced pressures, slides from. the sldM
of tho cut have occurred. These aro
In nrt due to the flow Inc of surfaco
Al and dpcnmlx)fipr1 sprllmpntnrv
rocks iiK)n Inclined surfaces of tho"
underljlnc nndecomnosed rock ml'
In part by the crashing of structural
u ob ocas iinaer excessive pres
sure. Tho allrlAa rrr n aha .!...
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or tho other of the cut through a dls.?
lanCQ or four or flvn miles nn,l nnar
that their character Is understood, aj-
lowance has been made In tho calcu
latlons of yardaco for the amount of
Slides which will ha0 to be remmml
and the creator slope that will havo
19 ue cien to the bank In many
places In order to prevent their r
currence. Such allownnco does notj
exceed ten million yards. Considering
.., iiiv t iiuuiurr 01 yurus removea,
from this cf on an aeraco of'acjlT'i
iiiuuin inroiiRii me yearns 1,300.000.,
and that the total remaining to bo.exV
cavated. Including slides. Is nhonr..'
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ju.uihi.ooo yards. It Is seen that this
addition (n thn nvfivHnn .liui. n
offer any great reason for delay.' iji
"While this feature of thn mnterLdl
to bo excavated In tho cut will nni
seriously delay or obstruct tho con
struction of a canal of (ho lock tvitT
he Increase of excavation duo, faj
men suiies in ine cm mauo eigntyi'
nvn reel deeper for a sea level 'canal
Would certfllnlv Iiava lnn n.n trrntkt
as to delay Its completion to a tlmo'
no) onn tno pntlenco of tho American
'Amnnf nnnittlnna nrtftlnf fnr nma.
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ent solution is the decision whether ,
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Alreadv stateil (o thn Ponernas that' I
strongly favor fortification and t nnwJ?
rmeraiu mis opinion and ask 50iirlh
consideration of the subject In tho(,
light of tho roport already before
j on made, by a competent board. j
4 ir. In our discretion, wo bojlcvo.
modern fnrtlflrnllnna In hn nprnannrv
to the ndequato protection and Itollc-,'1
lni? or inn pnnnl thpn It Id mlf .Inti- )
o construct them. We have built, tho..
canal. It In nnr nrnnertv. llv rnii.f
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vonllon wo have Indicated our deslroj
ior, and inaccd iindcrtaKen, its unl-
luiuii mill i'iiiihi iimh. II in niHi wnn.
known that one of tho chlef"obJectsj2;
in mo f iinw utiiuii ui ma canal iHb
hfl.n fit Ililtr.naA l . ..,1111.... Ma?
w ... nibiitipu uiu uiiiiiui uiitn:
ijivuuusH ui our nnvy,
. "('alllirn to fortlfv thn pnnnl s-niilili
leavo the attainment of both ilipan
alms In tho ioltlon i rights andolw
ligations which wo should bo lmwcr
less to enforce and which could noyori
In any other way bo absolutely safo-i
guarded against a dejnoratn mni irmi.
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ni 1 una. . "j. .
"Another nuestlon which nriopo fT,.. '
consideration and posslblo leglslatloui i
Is thn niipallnn tt loll. In it.. -...! 1
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This question In necessarily affectedjL
"j tun pruuume tonnage which. wllt-S
Bo through the canal. It Is all a roaU,
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ernmcni commissions In 1900 Investl-,
suicu me question and inada a n
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uinnage or tho vessels omployed ttal
comineice that coulvd nam hn loll.?
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