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G EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1011. BELT ROAD FOR ? DIAMOND HEAD Up Where the Cool Breezes Blow COME: CONSIDER, CRITICISE AND COMPARE! '. . ' '? ' ti '$?- bare?.jawrc(?N. sheumh & MS. .igT Jryrvt?y iSSfh That exhilarating sea breeze, known as the Koko Head breeze, that constantly sweeps over Palolo Hill and the Kaimuki District three hundred and 'sixty-five days in every year, and will so be sweeping for the next three hundred and sixtyfive years to come, is not humid, but dry and cool producing a climatic condition that spells H-E-A-L-T-H according to all the physicians of Honolulu,' and all the people living there- ' ' fl? A 'Beautiful Kaimuki Home. A-E&M of Opportunity and Health The present building activity insures the Kaimuki District to be the most profitable and conservative investment on the market. Our property has character behind it. The day has passed when it sold for 50 cents per acre, and the day will soon come when it will sell at 50 cents per square foot, while we now give you an opportunity to purchase at 5 cents per square foot. fcv it ,.jj&: fiiv?; iS-i . L .,' ' rJir - m 3B gam'l,. , .''T--- JBr i t i iii i i m n. anuiiB:wiai.Mi'''.ii4ir.-r,.i. im? i- r nHav u '.-.. WW Something Fine in Ocean View. . The purchasers of Palolo Hill and Ocean View property, at our pres ent prices, will begin to appreciate their investment more and more as the years go by and Honolulu's promising future is fully realized. 9 Kaimuki Land Company, Ltd. Main Office Phone 1659 HONOLULU Branch Office Phone 3208 Mujor Tlmberlnke of Port nugcr nnd tlie Knlmukl Ijmd Cunnmny linvo rerichtd im agreement whercliy n belt rimil will ho constructed ninuml Dia mond Ilcml, links connection the pres- lilt IllIlTllllttetlt HpllCCH, Tlio Kaimuki I.mid Company will open up Sixteenth nvenue thriniKh to the foit nml tlio W. S. government will continue It liy eoiisfriictlnir a ivlndlnir ro.ul tliroiiKli the fort, tnnkliiK n ion iicituiR driveway with tlio Diamond I lend roail, nml giving travelers u In it roml from Diamond Head to Knlmukl through the Ociiin View Tract, TliN will lie n illrect rnille, with scenic nnJ military features that should Insuic Its popularity. GIVEN SENTENCE Prisoner-Burglar Asks to Sent From Country. Be John I.un, who kept his mind oft Ms troubles while u prhioner at llio Onhii Jail by leaving t lie chain Mini,'; now anil thui In burglailza losldenceB, wan sentenced hy Judge Whitney this morning im one of the liiillc'iuenlH found ag-iltiKt him. I.un w.i'i given nn lnileliiinlii'iu sentence of not Iron than llo yearn.. When imkcil hy .lnilgo Whitney If ho hail anything to hny hefoio heiittnco 'was pasucil, I.un Katil that ho '"hoped the JiuIkc would ticinl him fiimi the noiinlry." John Mitchell, Inillctejl for Hccluc t Inii. pleaded no'. Kiillty'nnd his trial was pet for the September term of court. Aposlii, n Killplnn, plead guilty to nn Indictment for assault nnd battery nml was tilven u hunteiieo of hIx IllOlltllU. Juan (larcla, Indlelcd for 111:111 BtauKliter had his plea postponed un til Wednesday. llrasu, 11 HiNnlan, was sentenpoj to three iniuillm nn n plea of millly tu mi Indictment for assault mid battery GREAT SUCCESS (Continued from Pago 2) manner, sprcjilliiK out and conipreHS Ini; the Eiind, lltllo by Utile, lulu .1 slab-wlilch dually attains the thick ness of 0110 Inch. Its strata IioIuk hii denso UiHt it wiil tnko a polish, The nmoliliio used for UiIb work coiiEists of n compressor with u hun dred pound force, tun by a 25 h. p. lour cylinder mniluo engine, a ee ment mm, hoso and nozzle inacliinea mo beliiK ucnt to put up lelnfoiqed couernle hulldlni-s ut Kott Mason, Kan Francisco and at Koit Sam Houston, Cal. Carson who came tlmnmli lieiu on his way to Manila on tlio last tiiinssiit lnsHcted tlio r"ort Itm;er work, mid was so delighted with thu lino lesultu of tlio machine ho hai oiilcrcd two lo bo sent to CoitckI dnr, l'hlllpplno Islands, to throw up tlio number of Imlldlnm needed there. The concrete gun lays on its rein forcement an Inch of concrete first this Is allowed to settle for 11 while and llien u quarter Inch Is sprayed on from :i Ioiik distance giving' thu outer sldu a smooth stono finish. j : unpiaiu Liiwunis woo was scni 0111 from Washington to tnko chnrgo of tlio wink here Is moio than satlslled the omdency of this wonderful tletlso and believes tlio very near ftiluio will soq.lt employed everywhere. At pro sent tlio only construction in tbo world going on In tills way Is said tu Stc Tort linger. It cuts tin; cost of 11 building down about five times, both In labor mid material.. m REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Entered for Record July 14, 1911. . , From 10i30 a. m. to 4l30 p. m. lilsliop & Co tOjW O Smith AM Mary i: Kuster to llarlu II K Drown , 1 1) Ciimlllo Hills hy titty to Mnry 1J ' Wlrtu n Mart- I'. Wirtz and hsb to II Water- house Tr Co Ltd, tr M TlinmiiH H Houglas et ut to M A ' ' (lunst ,V Co 1, Entered for Record July 15, 1911, From 8:30 a. m. to 10t30 a. m. T llannmurii et nl to llllu Km- porlum l.td ,' CM Mltlckn Keawo mid hsb to Samuel 1" Kmin n Annlo Horner to I'unl Nunohlchl ft nl I, fluy S OoodnesH niidwf to Voiing Men's SnVH Soey I,td M Miihil Kuholnu (w), to llattln Ken- tilana ,.,,. D llnttlu Ij NoIiiI lo Tr of Chuiih of Jesus Christ of I, I) Saints Wlllard S Tuny and wf to llllu lliillinnil Co o Wlllaid 3 Teny mid wf to llllu Hallroad Co D Kanlauku (w) to Wulanao Com- pnny ., j, wiftffMnwM ftrfiftpW lWIWfllllH1WaWTrUHftlJ.jnWrt,.lCJ - 'Iri l-ttIJUZ?'