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The garden spot of Honolulu. Its verdure, its rich, deep soil and splendid
climate make this an ideal section. There are no high winds or heavy, con
stant rainfalls. It offers the home-seeker rare opportunities. Now is the time
to put your money in right. With the opening of the Panama Canal thousands
of people will come here from all parts of the world to reside. We put the
attractions this section offers
the combined beauties of all the suburban lots on this island. We don't believe
in exaggeration, though the success we have met in disposing of this grand
tract warrants our using adjectives unstintingly. We are satisfied with the
slogan "Makiki Beautiful" which we have adopted. Its expressiveness is com
plete. We will place "Makiki Beautiful in competition against
for natural beauty, convenience to cars and business advantages as a site for
a home. Flowers and tropical plants will grow luxuriantly in the Makiki soil.
The natural rainfall is sufficient for irrigation and( development. Lots are sold
upon easy payments, with special inducements to those building immediately.
Our representatives will be on the ground this afternoon from 2 to 4.30 and on
Dondero & Lansing,
83 Merchant Street
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