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EVENING' BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1911.
Ten sets of-
go over our roads to one of any other," says
Mr. C. E. Wright, manager of the Volcano
Garage, Hilo, Hawaii.
"We use Diamond Tires almost exclusively
for the reason that they COST US LESS PER '
MILE OF SERVICE than any other'' says
If your dealer hasn't your size of Diamond Tires in stock lie can
quickly get it from the Diamond lire office in San Francisco.
The San Francisco office wants to help you in getting the most
service from your tires. ( i
Write them today for the illustrated Diamond Tire Instruction hook
giving complete information on the use and care of tires.
The DIAMOND RUBBER CO.
Second and Mission Sts., San Francisco Los Angeles Seattle
Portland Spokane San Diego Sacramento Fresno
M 11m mri'lhlK or the board of re
Renin In-lit, hint, wi'ck the jilnlii for
thqlnew liultillnit wero ndoptvd. Tho
iirraiiKviiii'iit' of. this hiilhllnir In re-
xpt'Ct to IIh munis nml ullicr fai'llltlon i
Iihh lni'ii llii-. .mil In liitrrcits of
iiitnilirn of tlio fitculty during tlio
Hiiinnu-r, and with the xlilll of tho nr-rhlti-ct
n IjllllillliK Mill ailnlited to the
vnrleil iipoiIh uf tlio inlli'KC liafl Ijwii
I'lninicil. Tln Imlhllnir I iilxo ntlriio
tlvo In nrchltrctiiro nnd linrinnnlat'
wi'll with It I'livlrnnlnrnt. A ierHic.e '
tlvo vlow of the hullillnii In now on
li'W ll tint almw window of Jit I
liHTiiy'H ftoro on Tort strict.
Thin new liulldlnx will Im btillt on
tlio lierinnni'iit hinds of the coHcro In)
Million Vnlley nnd Is Intended to formi
n ,mrt of the liirjror develoinnent of i
the Ri'onndH tilth). r tlmn "tainl ns nil.
lndlvldii.il unit. The l.'iwr plan fori
the decloinicnt of the Krounda hnnnl
ready been ilrawn up. nnd, n the work'
and liecdM o.' tho eiilh'Ke Increase niidl
l.riv biilldlliKH nre hullt, it In Intended
that they itlinll nil luirniuiilxo In one'
worknlilo plan. The l.indsaipo effectH
l;inl plantliiKH will he nrraiiKi'd to hup-
lilenient the nrvlillrrttiro nnd dNtrlblii
ion or mo imi.iin. line special .ea- , pi.0(1uctin of M,Mnry milk and In
turn ..ftheplantlnBHWlll.be the group-k,,, , , , pAtlm, fri, from
i... ..t u ti niin. ..I...... .... n..h
The nKrleulturnt u horticultural
lirnuiiilH nrc devoted to plantliiKH of for
iiBe, veRetnble and fruit crops com-
lui? of ns ninny llawnllnn phint on the
hrounda iih will Ki'ou' under tho imrtll
Uuns. This nhotihl be an nttrnctlve
leature, us It will tirfnrd ull who .are
liitiirsli'd In phmiH an opportunity to
in' iih many tropical plant iih poil
bio In one locality.
Tho 1uiu1h of tlio college now con
tlHt of about 90 .terra, with wutcr fa
ellltU'H both from city mains nnd
Mrruin. l'art of Ibese InndH Ikih been
purchased nnd part n't nlde by the
Boverninent. They are well situated for
the purHts"j nnd work of tlio colleRe.
$3J59000,000 Is Now Being Spent
3oes anyone think this tremendous development will net Increase the price ofPanama!landt7,
Until recently It has not teen possible fur other than a Panamanian to ncqiilre Government lands,
but now they are open to l on equal term;.' '
Airangementa can be made, too, whereby landt can be cultivated on shares, to that all an Investor
need do li to purchase raw land from the .Government and the development work 'an be paid from the ,
crop Itself, and tho land put on an In. erne naylng basic.
Millions of People Own Their Plantations, Why Not You?
Price $C.o6 per acre: $3.00 per acre op application) $3.00 per acre in 4 years, without interest or
taxes. The time to buy it NOW. Even if uncultivated these lands are likely to be worth $20.00 an
ncre by the time the Canal is opened. Writo today.
PANAMA DEVELOPMENT CO.,
216 Mercantile Place
Between Fifth and Sixth Streets
Lot Angeles, California
The Jlanoa stream when developed will,"10 cnro n1"1 tvnWntt of poultry a
ninn In or adiiptable to Hawaii In mich
manner a to iUinoiiHtrale cultural
methods. Roll treatment nnd practises
In selection and preparation for mar
ket. The land Is supplied with wntir
from ditches, so that practical work
may be carried on In Irrigation, These
lines of work shou'd be very Important,
for many problems nrlso In rcRnrd to
.Ni:TOUT, It. I.. Auk 30. Colonel father, Wllllum II. I'orce, arrived for I.edynrd, who draw up the document,
Jehu .laclb Astor lias miulo a mar-j a Tew hours from tliclr yarlitliis which In believed to havo been jimis
rhiRo nottlviiirnt on hlu future) Hirldo. cruise for thin purK)si acted at the Riminicr roshlenco of
MIkh Mmlolliio TnlmiidKu Koine. Tj10 settlement will becoino oner- Cotnnmdiiro .I.edynrd In Newport.
The deed t.f nottlomcnt ofSuT- ntlvo the day of the weddlnc Tho The"linltedTrust company f',Nw
rlnco iiKioomcnt was executed Moil- nmoiint 1 known only to Colonel As- York Is mndo tho trustee. . Tlio
,lnv when the steam yacht Noma, with tor. Miss Force, her father. Wllllum amount which Colonel Astor aetUes
.. . .. . rt inn i n...i. n... ,.i,m Ida iirliin la sniil In lit. lari;e.
Colonel Astor, JUsk l'orco and ne.' " "' ami v,uiiuii-..i.,. i..;p. v"""i ,- -. -
ull'ir fncllltleh for bydraullcM and Ir
rlKatlou, both of which arc Important
InterestH In the Territory. The nrablo
lands will bo dcvoled to livestock, hor
ticultural and nKrlciiltural iiurposen,
Alrenily n dairy nnd a poultry depart
ment has been established with suit
able runs nnd bulldliiKS, nnd sixteen
acres have been cleared ami Brassed for
pasture. These departments are stock-'
,ed with HOVerul tyjilcal strains of pure-
1'i'eii dairy raiiio ami poultry. Tlio
'H' 0iM 'lit - i -ft ''j' '-'s 't'
4; I T
1 '.a- it':
rt ' ' Our Ac;cnt
other livestock, and havlnu only sIlKht
varlatloiiH between tho different sea
sons nH we do, many questions nrlso
as to best, method of treatment of both
plants and tolls and the destruction
of Insect nnd fnairous posts.
., LookliiR somculiat Into tho future, It
Would seem that there la an opportu
nity for tho establishment, both In con
Jicctlnn. with tho uBrlcultural and en
klnecrltiB departments, of technical
schools In the auwir nnd cannliiB In-
oratory nnd record room nnd stalls fofiVThu sucar Industry Is more hlBhly de
tbe catlh'. .) of these nrc sanjtury Inyeloped hero In, botlf factory nnd field
every Respect, ricllltlcs are provldciUniethods than Ui any other part ;of tho
for Instruction nnd .dctnonstrutlfm In worblt 'Plana are under corislderntln'n
lor establlshlrB coursen IncludbiK both
(uetory and Held equipment fur the
trnluliiK of youiiB men for both tech
r.lcnl nnd practical phases of the In
dustries that pertain to the tropics.
llu'f ttiisTVeTv1 bulldliiB that Is belns
ereti.i1 Is lo .iTVp.mtirfl tiuritnsen than
jrovldlnB for Jnstructlop' ,lij agricul
ture nnd, nieclmnlcnl lirts? It' Ik pro
vided In the charter that other subjects
Inay not lio excluded, nud the collei?o
should promote n liberal .as well as a
pnicllcnl education In tho several pur
cults nnd professions of life. Conse
quently under tlio charter this bulldliiB
provides on the llrst lloor amply for
the Kngllsli lanBUiiBe and literature,
(termau nnd French, mathematics,
physics nnd mom for the library and
also for olllcos for Individual consultn
(lonf,wltluj)tudeni,. Tho library coin-
prises-ror ino moil pari me nest text
hiul reference 'works In KiikIIsIi, Oer
man and French nil nil subjects per
talnliiK to the sciences, iiBrlculturo and
mechanical nits. It Is nlsn the olllclal
depository for all Eovernmcnt nulill-
I cations, It now Ins over 8000 volumes,
I with an eqtial number of pamphlets,
land Is Open tinder the usual reKUln
.IIoiih to tile general public.
I On the second floor aro tho roonin
required by the department of "domes
tic science and art, with dppfof'g-l.ite
olllces and lecture rooms. These) uro
departnients In which Interest Is grriw
iik rapidly, nnd In time theywll('iolli
be stroiiR departments of tho coljciie.
The basement provides tho laboratories
and preparation rooms, for the sJ'.Veral
biological sciences and one or t'wt of
the ciiKlncerliiB laboratories. '''
Tho college opens on ilonday,Sep
QUITS SUFFRAGE FIELD
FOR MORAL CAMPAIGN
CHICAOO, August 30- I.aly Cook,
Knmoiis, Rugllsh surtraBPlte, aiiiunm--ulna
Joi( pauopunqu pi:i iis iui pj.
palBii of votes In this city.
"I have made a personal InveiitlK
nllon or conditions here, ami .1 am
convinced that I can do more good hi
reforming young people than' in
iiptiidlng money trying to get votes
for women ho world over." "mild
I.ady Cook. "I will mako thls'lty4
my homo In tlio future and ibiilld
lour smull churches, In which lIjWlll
bogln my work for tlio moral .'(jjllft
of tho young man and woman, I
sflll bclelve In wanian slilTrago, )iut I
llilnk this o(ther work Is moro in
iwrtnnt, nt present." I ,
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HAVE YOU READ THE LATESTi;B00IL
Or, The Place to Build Your Home.
THE KAIMUKI LAND. COMPANY, Ld.
Author of "The Ocean View Tract," "The Kalmukl Tract," "The" Leah!
Farm Tract," "The Palolo Hillside Tract,", etc., etc.
IS A MOST REMARKABLE BOOK in fact, the most remarkable Book that has ever ;
been written and published in Honolulu. "'. '
TEi PUBLIC PRESS SAYS :
"The Kaimuki Land Company, Ltd., has composed and
given to the people of Honolulu and all lands another volume
of its intensely interesting real estate romance entitled
"PALOLO HILL; or, THE PLACE TO BUILD YOUR HOME."
The characters portrayed in its absorbing chapters are many
well known citizens of our city and elsewhere. It delineates
their home lives, their habitations and their surroundings in
a manner absolutely natural and truthful. The pages of this
wonderful book are wide open so that all who run may
read; and those of our citizens who find their names written
therein should feel it an honor.
The book itself is made of Nature's own soil on Palolo
Hill. Its leaves are beautiful suburban lots. Its chapters are
Sections A, B, C, D and E. The entire book is superbly dec
orated by the Master Painter and on many pages it is illus
trated with lovely homes built by a contented people. The
publication is thoroughly an "Edition de luxe," strongly
bound with superbly macadamized roadways and covers
tinted 'with the glorious rainbows of eternal 'promise and de
light. The entire volume is expensive but desirable pages can
be purchased in the form of Sale Contracts and Deeds at a
most reasonable cash price or upon modest terms. Even a
page in this wonderful book is well worth having espec
ially if it can be illustrated with a home."
The literary style of the book is somewhat earthy save
where the text is illuminated by inspired descriptions of sur
passing scenery and the study of domestic-prosperity found
only in happy and contented homes.
will meet you1 at our Branch Office at the end of the Waialae car line and point out to you the select pa
Kaimuki Land Company, Ltd.
Main Office Phone 1659 HONOLULU Branch Office Phone 3208
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