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EVnNINO nUM.HTIN, HONOLULU, T. I!.. WEDNESDAY, DHC. 21, 1910
SEVEN BIDS FOR
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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 forever we suggest and recommend you to purchase a lot in the
Ocean View and Palolo Tracts in th;e Kaiinuki district.
ONSIDERING the climatic conditions ' and ' 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 yoars, while we are 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
bay, at which time the gift can be presented as a pleasant
If you cannot call at our office personally, ring up our
Phone, 1659 and ask for one of our representatives to ex
plain ihe manner in which you can secure this splendid
present', made either by deed or sa,c contract upon the in
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
Call and sec us about prices and terms.
Prices and Terms
PALOLO HILL TRACT:
Section A at 3y2 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 150 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.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
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Vessel Famous In Hawaiian
History May Be Kept
On Pugct Sound. .
Tlio old cruiser Hoston, which play
ed an iinforRctiiblc p.irt In tlio stir
ring times of tlio republic nnd pro
visional governments of Hawaii, will
probably end tier dajs In Northwest
wuters as the property of the Pugct
Hound unval mllltla. A few dajs ago
the II u I I e 1 1 n published the nowa
that the superannuated lighting ma
chine was to ho sold by tlio United
States, and tlio lust mall from tlio
Court brought the following:
WASHINGTON, 1). C. Dec. 19.
8octi bids wcro received by the Navy
Department for the cruiser Hoston,
tlio highest of which was from A.
(ioldbcrg uf Vancouver, II. C., whoso
propose! was $20,000. No hid was
received for the purchase of tho gun-
bo U Concord, which wus advertised
at the same time. Hoth of these ves-
lcIh, which arc condemned, took part
In the bnttlo of Manila Hay. Other
bids submitted for the Hoston wcro:
David llercolsh, Oakland, Cal.,
$18,Lr; a. Alhcra, Seattle, Wash.,
f 17,200; J, I'anoskey, Oakland, Cal.,
$lG,ri7f; United Knglnecrlng Works,
San FrniiMscn, $lG,ri50; Hrlckson
Construction Company, Seattle, $13,-
fiOll; Alex Zecve, Seattlo, $1 1,200.
Iloth vessels are now at the Pugct
Sound Nnvy Yard,
SHATTI.i:, Wash., Dec. 10. It Ii
the understanding here that tho
cruiser Hoston will ho turned over
to the Pugct Sound naval mllltla and,
stationed nt Seattle. Coventor Hay
of Washington aslm that such dlspo
nit Inn be made of tho cruiser, and
the governor's office and tho navy
yard have been Informed Hint: tha
Navy Department has assented to tho
proposed use of the cruiser. Tho
Hoston was built in 18S3 at a cost of
MORE PROPERTY FOR
Institute Closes Deal For
More Than Ten Acres."
The Mld-PacMo Institute yesterday
afternoon ctoscd tho deal which has
been pending for somo tlmo for tho
purchaso of more land In Manoa Val
ley, adjoining the present site. Klvo
acres and a half were bought from
Kmmcllno M. Magoon for $10,000.
and six acres and a fraction from tho
Trent Trust Co., I,td for $8000,
Tho first tract Is to bo used for tho
erection of tho fiullck preparatory
school nnd tho other for agricultural
PUTS LID ON GAME
No More Bouts Will Bo Al
lowed in Oakland Under
Guise of Sparring.
OAKLAND, Nov, 20. No mqro
prize-fights will bo permitted In Ala
meda County, oven under tho gu'lso
of sparring exhibitions. Tho grand
jury today Issued this ultimatum,
railing Mayor Mott and Chief of Po
lice Wilson of Oakland befora It to
givo these officials Instructions.
A prlzo-flght, undor the ruling ot
the grand Jury and District Attornev
Donahue, Is a contest with gloves or
liaro hands. In which each or cither
contestant intends to Injure, Incapa
citate or "knock out" tho other. Tho
grand Jury Informed Chief of Pollco
Wilson that any contest between men
in tho squared circle, If there is evi
donco of brutullty, must bo stopped,
and that tho men will he prosecuted.
Tho Stato law under which tho
grand Jury acto.1 In usslng Its ulti
matum Is the samo section that was
muMi discussed at tho time of tha
Johnson-Jeffries fight, and Is tho law
by which District Attorney Donuhuo
prevented the holding of tho contest
In this county after the promoters of
tho fight had prepared to erect an
arenu at Kmeryvlllo. This law makes
It n felony for a. pcrsou to engage
In a prlze-ftght, or for any pcrsou to
promote one and makes spectators at
su'h a contest guilty ot a mtsde
Tho Moran-Nclsoti fight in Sail
Krunclgco resulted in bringing tho
matter to the attention of the grand
Jury today, members of this body de
claring that from the published ac
counts of the battle they believed a
crime had been committed in San
Francisco, The grand Jury promptly
took steps to prevent the holding of
a similar rontcst In thla vity and un- ,
niiunced that It will cause tho prose
cution of principals nnd promoters ot
any such contest.
"If anybody differs with ou$ ver.
slon of the law and holds a contest
wo construe to bo u prize-fight, thoro
will ho a test, and quickly," said Dis
trict Attorney Donahue. "I am con
vinced that such un exhibition na
was given In San Fiuuclscn the other
day Is In violation ot the law, I am
here to enforce tho law, nnd tho
grand Jury Ws things ns I do In thU
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