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HONOLULU'S IDEAL SPOT FOR HOME BUILDERS
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Gradual ascent from the city to a height of eight-hundred and sixty-seven feet above the sea level.
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AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC.
The following are afewof the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned. Amagmficent
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Winds around the property and touches every block, leading off Kaiulani Drive are avenues and lanes.
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is in abundance on Pacific Heights. Our water supply gushes from a,
Mountain Spring eight hundred feet above the level of the city. This water
has been pronounced the best for Drinking and-Domestic Purposes supiied tetany section of Honolulu, being absolutely
FREE : FROM : ALL : IMPURITIES.
To enable those who live on Pacific Heights comfortable and rapid transporation to and from the city, we have, constructed
a modern Electric Railway which will sKbrtly be in operation.
TNVTTP A TTTOIST T thLOse"islli33: a hom offer especially favorable term
wiU convey you to and from the Heights.
and cordiaUy invitersucn to visit this "IDEAL SPOT". Our carriage?
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