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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 15, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Image 6

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Modern Bungalows
Artistically constructed with brownstone foundations and columns, suitable for
hillside homes in this, semi-tropical climate, are being rapidly built
0 TO PALOLO HILL today or tomorrow and look off from the green slopes
at the wonderful panorama of hills, city and ocean note the beautiful
bungalow homes dotting the landscape everywhere in that magnificent
new residential paradise mark the many new homes that are under construction
and the number of foundations that are being laid. This'will show you how
rapidly home building development is advancing. See how beautifully the broad
avenues curve about the hill slopes, leading upward to ever grarider and broader
views of gorgeous scenery see for yourself the already famous Wilhelmina Rise,
which is being steadily graded to the very apex of the Hill look down into old
Diamond Head, in all its majesty,
world look across and deep into
turesquely the cloud-shadows float
rice fields. Inspect the improve
cool atmosphere, and the invigora
lua Bay across the evergreen
On Our
guarding the fairest island in the
Palolo Valley, and see how pic
upon the wonderful green of the
ments. Feel the high, dry and
ting breeze blowing from Mauna
glades. Mark well the place
Palolo Hill where Nature's beauty never fades, where the eye never grows tired
of the peace-giving influence of earth, sky and sea, and where the soul can
feel the freedom it longs to have, and the body can gain the health and strength
that, no medical treatment can ever give. Then ask yourself if Palolo Hill or
beautiful Ocean View is not the place where you want to build your home, and
live happy forever after.
Our representatives will be on the ground from 1 until 6 p.m. today,and tomorrow, and will be
pleased to show you the property and supply you with all information- Go to end of Waialae.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.,
Main Office: Telephone 1659
Salesroom Telephone 3306
Branch Office: Telephone 3208
Special Commissioner Says
Islands Will Produce More
Than Enough.
(Fluvial Hull Mln Ccrrwtpondt-nre.)
(II) John K. Jlonk.)
WASHINGTON. Airll 1. Ail Initial
expenditure of $:!,OOU,000 for llio for
tlllcntlun of IIih I'aiiuma Cannl In au
thorized Hi Hi" Sundry Civil Act op-,
proved March 4, lflll, In tlio follow
ing term;
"Kor construction of m-acoait bat
lories on tlio Cnnnl Zone, two million
dollars. '
"Kor the purchaso, manufacture nncl
tout of sencoust cunnon for coast de
fense, Including tlielr carriages,
RllihtH, Implements, eiulimentH, and
the machinery necesBary for tlin uiati
ufai'turu at the iiracnntH, to cost ultl
uiillely not to exceed one million nine
hundred and Hlxty thousand dollars,
one ill 1 1 Moll dollars, the sumo to ho
Immediately available and to continue
available until expended."
ISy recommendation of tlio l'nimma
Fortification Hoard, the work on the
IkUuiiuh will be done under the direc
tion of the Isthmian Canal Commis
sion. The original estimate for this
purpose was $14,101,21)3. Tlio esti
mate sent to Congress on November
1, I'JIO, provided for nn appropria
tion of $l!),r.4C,!i43. A repoit of the
fortlllcatlon boaid of January I, 1911,
redureH the amount to bo appropriat
ed to $l2,47r.,32S.
The estimates on which tlio Initial
appropriation wna inuilo. recommend
ed Rcnroasl arninmetit for the defense
of the Canal against naval attack by
14-lnelr rllles, C-lncli rlllcs, and 12
lurh mortars.
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V&fyw'i'l lff;i'i'VN, ''iflHOti j Tft
At the Young
A I.. Clark. K. V Clark, H. A. Dec
keliuan and wife, S. Hum, T. H. Hen
ton, J. J. Sullivan, Irene Sullivan,
i:ihel Sherman, 0. A. Hums, S. !'.;
Anna M. Thurslnn, Chicago; Oeo. A.
(Inston, Cleveland; Wnu do Krafft,
I'hlladclphla; C. S. Carienler, S. F.;
A. C, Foster nnd wire. N. Y.j 0. S
Kronimlelle nnd wife, 41. 12. Klterson
and wife, Mrs. Clerfnyt, Mra. Shoro.v.
J. Fredericks nnd wlfct 8, F.; A. J.
Watt, Olna; K. W. Adams. S. F.; K.
Young and wife, Omnhn; V. A. Hnld
wln and wife, llulku; It, It. Hind, Ko
hula; Mm. W. IL Ulco, Kauai; K. W.
Munsflleld. A. .1. Harris, U. H. A.
At trie Hawaiian.
C I). Miner, H, F.; Mrs. Mans, V-. U
Stevenson, Honolulu; J. I). Moclne,
llllo; K. V. Miller, WiiRhlngton, I). C.j
'.. F. Zolgler SwIUeilaud; l.cupald
uiul wife, Loudon; A. IC. Frlnul and
wife, S. F.; F. 1'. Zelt, Oahu; Mis.
Helen M. Hubbcll and child, Seattle,
At the Mosna.
Juhn It. Tolge ami family, Indlnni
polls, Ind.; Stanley Hlchuidson and
wife, I'ala, Maul,
The lilifKest soldier In tlio United
StnteM, Joseph 1). Dimiilinine, mi Ill
ma kr of thu Nornton Soldiers' Home,
who weighed 4H0 pnumls. died In South
Norwalk, ronn , of heart disease. Up
to the tlmo of death, Dusnliame was
as lively as many n lighter and youiiK
er veteran. He was 05 years old nnd
served In tint Civil War lu the Cou
nt ctlt lit Volunteer Infantry.
UaUblUhid 1780
Walter Baker
& Co.'s
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
AV Z ..
lt-iilril U H. I'jIi-nt'OICci
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-211). tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cake
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 11). cakes
For Sal by Leading Groctri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
SajVO'U'" '

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