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EVENINGI BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, AUG. 22, 1911.
Are You Going To
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If So, We Can Help You
V Wc are going to aid in.the development of several hundred .
thousand acres of Panama Government lands, the most'fer
tilc on earth (See U. S. Govt. Reports) which have only re
cently been thrown open to all Nationalities on equal terms.
To encourage cultivation, this Company is taking charge of
the development, and, where desired, the first owners can
have their lands cultivated on shares. As the country is
filled up, owners will be expected to attend to their own de
velopment. Thus, there is every incentive to buy now, and
as sugar lands can be placed on an income-producing basis
within a period of 18 months, here is YOUR opportunity to
have your own plantation at small cost.
Price, $6.00 per acre; payable $1.00 per acre down and 25
cents an acre per month for 20 months, with no taxes to pay
for five, years!
The opening of the Panama Canal will bring hordes of land
hungry 'emigrants to this favored region, where the United
States Government is now spending THREE HUNDRED AND
SEVENTY-FIVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS!
Think of the times without number that land values have in
, .creased because of increase in population and development. "
" Time' and time again has this occurred, yet how many times
have you profited by it? Are you going to let this, the great- ..
est of all opportunities, pass?
Investigate. It will cost you nothing, and may prove the
foundation of a great fortune.
Remember, the people connected with this Company com
prise some of the best-known men in Panama, who are also
connected with the present government, which is very anx
ious to have the country developed, and every legitimate
aid to that end is now being made. Apply today.
Panama Development Co.,
1 A Moiwintilo PIaIta
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Between Fifth and Sixth Sts. v J Los' Angeles, California.
Whitney & Marsh,
Ilcrr ltcrger, leader of the Tirrlto
rlitl band, luii property in hli posses-i
slim to the Mtluc "f tlireo thousand
dollar, which Major J. J Tern ho
llo oh would wnrrnnt being Insured
ngnlnst possible loss through llro or
" In n lltllo frnmc building, It Is claim
oil, there nrc stored some two thousand
tlollnrs' worth of music which In enso
of n tiro would prove n lotnl low. In
the miino place In kept nn assortment
of the heavier band Instruments, which
nro estimated ns having owt the city
nnd county nearly seven litimlrcit dollars.
The band equipment Is of too great
vnlue to lie left nt tho mercy of somo
destroj lug agency," Ik the opinion of
hl Honor. The mutter of taking out
Insurance on bntul Instruments nml
music. It Is stated, would not cntnl un
ixpendlttirc of nr $10.
The vvny nnd men in committee will
Investigate the mutter. I
The city fathorsat n merlins held
IiiMt evening decided to nbnlMi the po-'
sltlon of ostrny olllcer, which linn nl
wuvs been curried on road department
puj rolls. Herciiftrr, should micli nn
nlllclnl ho deemeil necessary, the salary
will come from the polka department.
The iKinril has concurred In tho rec
ommendation coming from Huperln-
tendent of Public"-Works Campbell that
the city turn over the roilt irtishcr now
located on Alcwii Heights to the 1'nli
llc Works Department, which Is hooii
to bcKln work on it new Vnlulce Indus
"Flrxt come, first iered," vyus n
slogan sounded l.y Supervisor Low In ,.T. .... Thp..-'Slnnn mA n.n.
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r'pj(iiiu iu uic cull inuil i"nK"un i h'K
NuiinnulteH who demanded liettcr
roads. Low pointed out that other ills-
The Bell Trip.
Whote 8inglng Has Captured All
NUXV HARMONY 81XRCTION
See the Ride for Life on Inclined
The Songbird, from Tait's Cafe
For 3 Days
FMP1RE THEATER I AHover Lace, 50c quality
8KU THOHi: LATEST I1LMS
KINKST IN TOWN
Greatest Eccentrio Comedians
35c a pair; 3-$ 1.00
Lace Ankle, 50c quality
, ; tsuifj :U -.: ": . r i "T r"""
In Black, White, Gray, Lavender, Pink and Blue
I "Give us .this day pur I
I And lit it be from lll6 I tlllH I .
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
.Entered for Itrcord Aug. SI, 1911,
I Front 10(30 11. m. to 4 (30 p. ni.
Null Ik II Bugnr Co Ltd to U C. A
, AclionB.v:..r.i D
I : Go To
Mra Illunclio Iawis to Charles K
Iiwis .S D
William H Castle Jr nnd wf by ntty
ct ul to Thomns Sanderson ....I)
Kst of II I lllshop by tro to Yoshldu.L
Klin A C Long Tr to Lilla ct nil ...D
llnonu Kiieo and w( to Walulua
Agrctl Co Ltd .i Mtg
trlcts throiiRhoiit the illy wero In nn
much need-of linprmenieiit iih was
Nuunnu Vlh?y. ..
Tho board henr(IWvhi lload Chair
man Sain DiRht. who declared rlsht
out In meeting that there una entirely
ton much "hutting Into" lniKtncx which
Mhoiild receive attention nt the hands
of the road committee. DnlRht seem-
fcil to uddrevs his remiirkx across tho
nxxcmbly room In tho dlreiUon o Su-
The board received u etltlon from
Oeorgo I. Clnrk of tho Mrtlo Ito.it
Club, width bad to do with n rcqucM
lor Improvcnient, of tho Mrpet leading,
to the ilnb iiremlseH. It Ix mild that I
4 the road Ix In much need of repair nnd
It wnx hoped tho city fathers would
attend o tho matter I'Oioro, Hegattn
I) iy. Ma) be they will aud, again, may
be they won't.
1'lro Chief Thurston A reported Juno,
tlnw lis eleven, with property loss nt ' SUNDAY, AUGUST 27
tUSSIiil; property , risk cohered by In- TWO l,aAMK8 - - T'0 .OAMUS
suriince us f7,lri0,upd liability to In- ( I ,1
surnnco loinpanles ns tSStV'.Ol.
I'lres In July numbered eight, with
property loss nt 4510 60; property risk PreMI 35 ,5 ,nd , cu
covtrcd by Insurance,. J5500, nnd lln- , ,(
Wilts to Insurance companies 298r.o.l raeno(, s,n,B for ccnlcr Hm, wnBa
Plain and Lace, in Tan, Black &
White- - - for 25c pair
Hall Borohert Dress Form
1i30 P. MJ. A. C. ve. HAWAII8
3i30 P. M. STARS vs. P. A. C.
The board approved the bond of 15,-
of granilstnml can bo booked at V O.I
..,,,.., ' """'"""'llHll&Hon-a sporting department.
- 'trance, King street.
The lly sen en bill, which has been TlrkitM nn Hn, , A. .,.... I
under consideration by the supervisors (.Bnr st()re fr(Mn , ,, , SatIlrilay to
II Akona to Bui Knm Ylng IIS for K"l,r"1 ",,'IK l,a"' W,1M ""t "" ,0 11 a m. Hund.iy.
As tio steatuer Hunker Hill, bound
from New York to Iloston with 275
p.isxfugirs ubo.nd, was proieedlng
tbinuKli Vine nnl Sound, tho vessel run
upon a roik off Xo'Hku I'olnt, It
lMcki ore oukiiv. iii esiiing i.,uiy. j A Conorollo nn(1 Maxlno Dage
procceuct to Mneuni Haven nariior. naa wore mnnB "pa8 )n Colorado
In tho early 'DOs and owned tho Illuc
Kntered (or Iticord Aug. ti, 1011,
Orom itSO u. m. to 10 (SO n. ni.
IJHiilela Kancaiukala and wf to
Jiuiics L Akunn D
Mary Koarns ct al to Unlph A
Kcnrns , U
Mrs. IJ.iv lil rrankovUh, while dust
ing plcturos on thq wnl, nt Sharon,
111, fell triim ii stipladder, throwing
I'lng claim nt Cripplo Creek. Coller
etto deeded his half to Dagenqis nnd
drifted uwny to Alaska. Dagenais got
(20,000 foe tho claim, deposited half
out htr urns In mi elToit to save her- ,'0f .It In Collercttes name and died be
se;f. A large picture hook In tho wll foro le found him. Collerctto has
penetrated her right iirin, holding her Itiirnwl u(i and asked a court ortlcr for
suspended fiom thp Iloor. tho money.
a llnal reading last evening nnd will
beioinn n law following tho slguuturo
of Mu) or Irn.
The Nine Hundred Foot Liner.
LONDON. Aug. 14, Tho plans for
tho now stcamor Ariultanla, which tho
Cunurd Company Is liiilldlng at Cldu
Hank, have boon modified to miikothu'
vessel tho largest In tho world. Her
length will exceed 90( fcct' ""' w'"i
bo ten feet greater than tho length
of tho 50,000-ton liner Imperator,'
which tho IlamiurR-Amcrlcaii Una
will put into service In iho spring
of 1913. It Is also staled that tho
Aquitanla will bo ono knot faster than
her German rlvaL
Folding Chairs and
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHb FURNITURE CO.
mng oireet, opposite roung rtetel i
P O. Box S0- Phone aoil
l Metal Hot Water Bag Ml
II 18 CIIKAl'lSR AND HETTUIl THAN 11
JMJ Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd., M
fBl Fo-t and Hotel Streeti tLvi
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Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Our Sale Has Been Well Patronized During the Past
We have a large shipment of goods just received ex "Wilhelmina." K The throngs which filled our store .A
every day last week testify to the wonderful values we are offering. Our stock is ver$, complete; our,
values are such as have never been offered before. We will not quote prices. Goods arg all' marked in
plain figures. A visit will convince you that this is the place to buy. Terms cash only.
L. B. KERR (& CO., Ltd., Alakea Street
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