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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1911.
the Ocean Breeze
And it, came to pass that between Diamond Head and the WaimanalcT J v
Mountains a Koko Head breeze, shall blow until time shall be no more.
A BREEZE that is delightful, soothing and exhilarating. A breeze that will give you
Jr strength, health 'and happiness. A breeze that will prolong life in the Hawaiian Islands
4 and a breezd that will make PALOLO HILL the home land of the Pacific. Yes,
P AIiOIj HILL. It is there that you will become wonder-struck. , It is there that ou
will fully realize what our real estate development means. You can see it, and feel prosper
ity in the very air. And what a place to build a home ! The high elevation, the cool breezes
fresh from the mountains and the ozone-laden sea, the eternal parorama of beautiful scenery
old Diamond Head, the Cityi and the white ocean sails that come and go, the clouds,' the
rainbows, the moonlight, the glories of sunset and of dawn all are there, and everywhere the
beautiful homes and gardens are beginning to cover the barren soil, each an individual oasis
coalescing into one superb and magnificent community. From the bosom of PALOLO
HILL you1 will draw' in the breath of 'life, health and happiness. You will find what your,
heart has longed for the ideal spot for your home.
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ENTRANCE TO THE BALCONIES OF HONOLULU
Live on the Balcony of Honolulu
There is a
Enjoy the bracing outdoor life.
Enjoy the best Nature affords.
Live where the air is clear, t
Live where the air is crisp.
Live where the air is purified in the bright
Live where the air is exhilarating. s
Live where the air is health-laden.
Live where you can fill your lungs with ozone.
Live where the altitude sets the heart to
Live where there is no sluggish circulation.
Live on the hill between the city and2 the sea.
rLive where you can get rest and relaxation.
Live where you can get away from the busi
ness cares for a little while each dayj
Live where the cool winds will blow the cob
webs off your brain.
Live where the healing touch of Mother
Nature" will soothe the weariness and
drive the aches out of your body.
Kaimuki Land Company, Ltd.
Main Office Phone 1659
Branch Office Phone 3208
For eating, drinking and copklnc
pure, Delicious, Nutrition
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ntsMired U. U. Palent Offloo
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Ilakcr's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Sl by tuilnf Grocer In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A.
S3 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE .AND AMERICA
TO MEET CURRAN
Jack Johnson n Unrated the 1'ourth
of July thin eur by hIkiiIiik articles tu
light 1'atrkk Cumin to u finish In
Dublin. th dite to hu tlxed later. It
Is expelled tu t ike plnio In tha llrH
Wink llf Allgllst.
Currun Ih said to lie one of the best
heavyweights of llrltuln. lie nut Iuiik
HBO won from Koach. Ourniti Iuih also
hi en ilefeuteil a couple of times ot
lnte. He now weighs 200 iioumlH iiml
Ih In the IhhI of lotidlllon. Ilu Il.tK
nlre.uly stnrti d In training for the i inn
ing luett. Curran linn ileposlteil J 'J MO,
u'hlle JiihiiMin him nlre.uly put up
J 10,000, which Is the Hlilu bel, wllllu
the purne will he. $30,000.
It iun heen mirieil tlut tha winner
Ih to receive J2&.000 and the loner
JJS00, mill thu wlniur Is uIho to Kit 4r
per cent of the Knto recelpti after the
purse iiml ull expennen lime been ile
iliiitetl, tlio relilaliulcj; to bo ilhkleil be
tuteu JnliiiHou mul riiinueun, IiIm man
UKir. The nun lire to light nt the Dublin
footluill park, uhero nccouimodatluiiH
linvo hem inmle to hold 60(Ouo people.
,The fight contract nan Hlgneil by Klnn
HKun for Johnson unil S Abler for
Currun hnj. lout ome tight of lte,
mul for thin leiifon inutiy of the Unlit
fiiUH lmu bein womlirlliK why John
son Nhoulil buck up UKaliiHl mveh n
llxhtir It Iiuh been h.iM tlut Jnck
JohnHon'H tolu Is low, mul ho he Ih
ircpareil tu tuku on pruitlcully miy-
houv, mul thut Miin.iKir rinnacun Ih
KutlKlltil tu nee hit limn up nualnit
The promoter lullcicx thnt Currnn
lina u chunce to win thlH bout, htcauie
the llrltlnher Hiiyn thnt Johnion Is oft
w Uli k'ooil Ihlns. It Ih claimed that
Johiifiui huil ii tip-top imon.itlon, unil
boaHtH that ha ban eaten mul drunk
inort In thoHe few ilaja than any other
Jim ami Mm, JeffrlcH were nlno In
Loudon during the coronation festUI
tU, and Mrn. JeffrlcH Ih highly In
censed with her hiiHhmid. She Htutes
that ull tho tlma ho wan there ho sim
ply slept mid tmored In all obscuro
London hotel, mid fchu bail to llnd her
own way about to see the slghtH.
Jack Johnson, she reimirku, saw nil
the fun. Ho was giddily attired, turn
ing out In n variety of glad HiiltH of
clothCD, and he was the admiration ot
the populare. The comic papers In
London cartooned him week by week,
tho theme of one Hcrlei of pictures be
ing, "All Courts Look Allko to Jack."
Thin wui u purody an "All CoonH
Look Alike to Me." mid tho man who
beat Durns wns pictured as appearing
before JudgcH and magistrates In vari
ous countries for nil ports of offenstm,
from oxceedlng the speed limit to ex
pectorating on tho Hldewulk.
Jolnikon lias given IiIh wife a six
uirat diamond lunula nt to lomniemo
rnto hU victory over Jiffrlcs.
Captain William O. Fltcli and Mrs.
Fltcli ot Hartford, parentH ot the lato
Clydo Pitch, the noted playwright,
have given to Amherst Collogo a fund
of 20,000 in memory of their son.
Judgo Renlson In tho United Staled
circuit court has adjudaed the Amoil
ran Fimo Company of Muskogeo,
Midi , u bankrupt.
Tho Wnltham Wutch Conipany'n
factory was closed recently, kIvIiik
3000 operatives three weeks' vacation.
The watch works close annually t
A milk famine threatens Provi
dence, It. I following the period ot
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