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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 April 1854

i pSTJ.(, beef. :' " rrk. B " ' " ll u M ii 4 ! i do lobster ' do k W tin. codfisfct micelli, arolinric, luts, all kind,, hosition do pvens do. do, light. pheet chain ble, . Urs, her fastened ballet,. 1 s, fin do, ish.blkdo. do do, erdigria. Ulc, whitingi I uled do, . ather do. at. lea. do. I treens, . -d do do, 1 at 6a ws. bevila, ilipers, kSters, yes, brass. books, ladles, ces, I . amber do. mills, spoons. do anvils, i do, I at axes. hooks, el do. gate do do, do do, 3. rrd's. chewing. lands. do, jackets . e do do. !kets ixlng. ttment of . sis from lsed. eting. IV pres. Issks. Ins. : -i Locolato . P ox. i do, - U belts. RICE ; price Vol. A. rvtsE FOL7NESIAIT a rrBUHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHC, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Tcraut Ot eopr P 5 Oseeopy six months," 3 50 omgls copies, l-t Rain of AaTC-rtisiag. am tauare, (16 Ue) Bwt insertion, ft 00 v" . " each continuance, 25 u.if " r8 line or leas) first insertion, 50 K"' each continuance, . 12J Card. Notice, are, not exceeding one ha...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 April 1854

198 hiving been thns introduced by his predecessor, presented the address ot" which I annex copy, unrked No. 50. By command of the King, I addressed to Mr. Severance the despatch dated 24th December, 1S."3, of which I add copy, urarked No. 51, testi fying that while he had resided near the King's Court he had invariably promoted peace, quiet and friendly relations with the Uiiited States : exerted himself to ward off dangers and uniformly posses sed His Majesty's entire confidence. And by Mis Majesty's command on the same liv, I addressed to Mr. Gregg the despatch of which I a pnend copy," marked No. 52, welcoming him to this Kingdom, thanking him for his friendly assurances' given in the name of the President of the United States, with whicfHt is His Majesty' desire that Jliis relations should continue, as they hive ever been, frank, jiiit and friendly, and ex pressing the well grounded confidence' that Mr. Gregg and the representatives of all other mer cantile nations, would co-op...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 April 1854

T h e P o l y jy e s i a y , A p r i l 22 , 1 8 5 4 199 f people iQ Other ' '"J- But rY. W - - - OCC H, after pen ci-' Of th ana such !h public 411 ru. iui-e learn have ljeen iromises to e most 1 ks disap- 1 their U. pt.eare . raplcte.! the first &f ted Ilaxall 11 per t and the must rule" ithVcfa" 'in the fa(4 Ianufactnre nestic corv I u the even? fiuent high le shall nt; Iron a deaf I first neces- islands of 11 probably .e stock in 1 considera- ' rprise was J auspices r has been f the year, I rs and cool I luring the lie than in Ic-ins air of -4, is much y, with its lents do not to a greater iiutes walk I the streets I w of some I?rmanentlv the city to 111 v suffered i . I iwn. It is least inas-. i.ree horses, -;?nse, we, . . W9 im-; lis subject.' It the sum- 3 1-eaJ. imehanieha, u was se- j proceedings I l. llcport an I ewln as Ur t the use of is Report as l-entative, in with all its l.tkm of Mr. lotion to the red a fulfil- solved, that messenger, a committee Ir. Wvllie, it .e...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 April 1854

200 T H E P O T Jf E S I A N Ap It I L 2 2 18 5 4 - ? 5 w - ! i S fc 2 2 s Islands, j gs-gSSisSgi? 1&2 113 9G17 40 11455 12 80 8 4 3. 7 4 3 2 2 4 4 4 29 25 4 10 , 2 12 5 23 1 Hawaii. 5 31 30 - 1 5 3 3 11 5 10 1 12 G&8 21 21 17 1 18 4 17 7 50 47 9 21 4 10 35 12 31 13 257 223j 34 95 8 32 135 38 1C5 23 4 12 1 149 132 17 51 13 20 84 19 10G 4 2 2 2 52 47 5 21 1 4 34 8 34 1 1 Mam. 3 33 32 1 19 2 1 22 32 4 10 10 8 1 9 2 8 244 221 23 107 16 2G 149 29 14 5 2 3G MotoKAi. 5 42 27 15 10 8 IS 1 22 1 . La.nai. G . 1 1180 90G 274 98 20 214 332 64 716 173 1G0 G7 2 Gl 58 3 12 3 3 18 3 53 4 3 30 23 7 9 2 7 18 8 14 3 Oaiii 4 14 14 11 1 2 5 2G 2G 2 21 3 1311 1027 284 119 25 224 3G8 77 815 181 1G3 GO 1 21 14 7 3 3 G 2 10 2 2 82 73 9 13 1 8 22 4 30 2 38 Kauai. 3 90 83 7 G 1 9 1G 1 21 1 1 G3 44-5 72 63 9 15 7 22 3 56 2 2G5 233 32 37 2 27 66 10 117 1 3 105 luimu. G . Total. 2119 1731,388 368 51 317 736 155 1207 210 173 j 222 1 About 2U of those in the 1st district of Oahu, are negroes. These report...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 April 1854

Hotel. b'e ten..,,' ill be latal j tf ia "caia. f , panic,. haalai.. leasaat ter. "' f far. ent at tk- y-w NE beg, ien arrtvia. oe foant u 2 50 best. Si 75 T5 50 Baths, .50 es kaowa lr. Samuel Hoaolula, e constant- "-, aad toe f'C secured P by asei. liar of the aad sleep. )LL. Mmi firm ' m fitting a k of wines. rt aad cie. i atteatioa be mi blie iwsox. ') COX- nds and the shop ing, a is ready Lout, Sa il every Evenine asonable and hot BAD, SALE, S. I. ilia for to the ul views ites ride otup of 22 x 19 lireak do 18 x h It., d. .dah in hack, se, ser le and 4 com rd, the : adobie air.rnt ining a rs, im .g form do, S6 prinei- Plum oransre 1 chiri- 1 Kose ddock large d suo L-etable a soil. Root, 'nions, e kept tilars. F ulu. tLE. e wVU r with vn es- riciect , and kt the rticu- milea and a 00 to Hoku- x-ted bout fared ngia tore- rer- e in a ft we. h ve hen more p-aii- ma- tie. rler, E- to irg the ess Vol. X. THE POLYNESIAN 1$ pCBUSHED WEEKLY AT HONOLCXC, OAHU, 11. 1. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 April 1854

202 very dense mass of people. Amongst the causes tending to limit or diminish the popu lation of the Society Islands, we find that the natives are not prolific; the females have seldom large families, and sterility is not unusual among them the practice of irictde, substituted for the ancient and more glaring vice of infanticide, though scarcely diriering from it, even in name, while m effect often involves the life of both parent and offspring and a high rate of mortality amongst child.-en, chiefly arising from the injudicious custom of feeding young children with crude vegetable food, which encourages the dysenteric diseases, of which the niajori ty perish. As additional causes, we may assign the severe epidemic disorders which occasionally attack, and almost depopulate the smaller islands; the total absence of em cient medicines and physicians; and the in- crcasins abuse of ardent spirits. Captain F. W. Beechey, of II. B. Majes ty's ship "Blossom," at page 130, Vol. I, of his Vo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 April 1854

P O T ' V TV TV fi a 1 H E Apr i l 29 , 18 5 4 - J M. 1 . - j ' 203 CEE OF 21, 1854. - Scw .1 -i I in tho. v. ojc. i0"" and Re. '8' ,n LegisU. the nn..r' ' Titian ten such Ume and thf sain uliui: -,,-U0I! i hen duT aua perturi uttee of tLis continue La t on the day PUTTEE OF -1st, 1654. bles and R. , in Legisla- propriatLng Finance ic J Committee of on the lira! y on the 31st original pu,. rfropridtivn unexpended. tering. iition is up ther lu.ii- urht to this which left at the head ninety men he accounts It is, how tad been in i to gijm a JjCing Walk Une fetate the f roceed nutives, and Another sts formed rnians, and m into the j etatemtnt f the gr to have as- T. F. Nelson e arraigned tempting to b. After a M of March. IiargeJ with and E. C. -.mined out T Secretary f Walker-. 'iego. wen I". is. hi! and brought trial. On i !ail. To- previously :ct Court. iant guard iaily desi'r sunp of the lieved will ition has to rn from the i, that C.1 ivicted of a ty laws, in expedition w of 1,500...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 April 1854

T HE P O L Y.X E S I A 'K PR I I, 2 9 1854 204 L2 F IS 3 HOUSES. LANDS. &c. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, NEAR HONOLULU, OAHU, S. I. A spacious and commodious Villa for sale in Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to the main road.commanding extensive and beautiful views both seaward and inland, and about ten minutes ride from the port of Honolulu : it contains 9 rooms oi the following demensions : Drawing room, 22 x 21 feet, dining room, 22 x 19 feet, both these rooms have arched ceilings, Break fast room, IS x 14 ft , Bed room, 24 x IS ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft, do 18 x 12 ft, do 18 x 18 ft., do 22 x 8. and an excellent Pantry. The house is protected by a wide Verandah in Iront 122 feet long, as well as at the side ana oacK. The out-buildings comnrise. Cookine-house, ser rants' house, gardener's house, 3 stalled stable and coach bouse, also a Fowl house, divided into 4 com partments and situated in a large fowl yard, the above buildings are principally constructed of adobie and ston...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 May 1854

' '" ' V- .......v.i... J(,t,, ,-.,B,.v..-,,, . ........ .. , , .... . . if" r Bale at I School tensiTe of selett market. kerel, d rice. duaeati,. & nurse f chain. do. 4 boxes, 4 ft., 'nt, hoedo. ron. . 1 r LILLH. na iinen, arasol. ova t HLKs i i nstors. r spring rine TS, knives es. - rto&Ls. cm ted . letter. ?d and enter- Vlcck. V. da ay Vorka iition, . UOIU, - ir . .1 omb. nit I and adev KK ches. A ee. ttles Leu 11- 1 0661- Inea 'do. nee. "hi- hich th offer Vol. X. THE POLYNESIAN IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT HUNOLCLU, OAHC, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terms. D copy per aaanm. ia advance 6 00 Oae c-pf six moatha, " 50 Siagis comes, " state erf AJrrtaaigi nMsouare.rlfiHa) first insartioa ft! 00 OM "J"" i v M each cMttHiiea, 25 n.if ri liae or lew) nrst iasertioa, SO u " each continuance...... 12J Cards. Notice, exeeediag one half square, tw'thO ylfit t..v 00 ",rd. Notice, tc, at exceed.ogaae .qii.re 00 Vrly adverting, aot exceeding oae half columi:.3 00 4 w.saaaf w w Tesrly dverii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 May 1854

T H E PoLYNES i a if , May 6, 1854 206 liasis of legislation, and not perfected in its details. If you concur with me in the general principles, your intelligence will enable you to make such al terations in the details, as the revenue and the con dition of the people require. I shall append to the bill a schedule of articles imported the last year, showing the value of the importation and amount of revenue by the present duty, and also, by the bill proposed. 1 or the current year we cannot necessarily cal culate upon the importation so large as last year for the latter, to a very considerable amount, is in the market of this year: but as the bill is limited tt at least twelve months, before it can take effect, the experience of the past fully justifies the opinion that the-importations to which the bill would ap ply, will at least be as large a the last year, which is but a small advance upon the average importa tions for the last four years. You can ju dge whether it is not a safe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 May 1854

L LEOIS. H. 1854. n motive Pd doll.. popriation Lhe lTr.- Kw on the pained, to- U 1854, fharaoont- .. . WW Fsier or of the ita titia' had a 3d lfit febtn k of the horn iraa nee in the comniencl. I. JanuDor- fc com to undue ii ID- es, bew at in the of the es the full- iaeccea in Nndersi i pit. V ell is the to oup would re- a definife hd brought this see- ise id on the Ut the dis- had been to whom icipal gov- une under maturely id are of urtrs had nd there- aement of pted. bjPriEce report of 'olvnesian ore. renunenta hruen. that kes should therefore, barters of villages, ? hundred habitants i charters he Kin; Justice of the date Interior is usacted in sday; and av fcth.at me Court ?, 1854. rainst the r xniscon- x in the mess ana f the de- o to the r "V1 aims was a state- e smaa of June, paid for and the ing trans- Attorney extra ser- f Meesrs. nd Kaau les trans- acd Privy nt cf the Public itionality Welnes- Lnd refer- Ual title and re(e lay. Ad- Mar 1. jrred the hich was of gram- beer...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 May 1854

Mi a y 6 , i 18 5 4 T H.E (Pjd L YvJV E S IA N 2081: HOUSES. LANDS, &c. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOB, SALE, NEAR HONOLULU, OAHU, S. I. A spacious and commodious Villa for sale in Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to the mainroad,commanding extensive and beautiful views both seaward and inland, and ahput ten minutes ride from the port of Honolulu ; it contains 3 rooms ol the following dcmensions : . Drawing room, 22 x 21 feet, dining room, 22 x 19 feet, both these rooms have arched ceilings, Break - fast room, 18 x 14 ft , Bed room, 24 x 18 It., do 18 x 12 It. do 18 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft, do 18 x 18 ft., do :2X0, ana an exceuenii x iiiiirj . The house is protected by a -wide Verandah in front 122 feet long, as well as at tne side ana Dacx. The out-buildincs comprise, Cooking-house, ser vants house, gardener's house, 3 stalled stable and coach house, also a Fowl house, divideel into 4 com partments and situated in a large fowl yard, the above buildings are principally constructed of adobie and s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 May 1854

Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN PL -BUSHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Term. imp copy per annum, in advance, $G 00 Oaf cpr sil months, " 3 50 coji'es,. ................. .4.... ......... J2( Rat re of Advertising. e ?,jnaro , (16 lines) first insertion, $1 00 " " each continuance, 25 iilf " (8 lines or less) first insertion 50 " " each continuance, 121 irz-. Notices, &C-, not exceeding one half square, H tlif year, 5 00 riis. .Notices, etc, not exceeding one square 8 00 ;sr'v advertising, not exceeding one naif column, 30 00 " " " " column, 0 00 -y l'carly advertising limited to the advertiser's own busi- eV.l Aoihtiiiiihti. Twenty-five cents per line fur rirst insertion, and six and one fourth cents for each ub- iHit insertion. -t Subscription to the Polynesian if payable istabiablv '..'TiNCE. 5 No transient advertisements will be inserted, ciruii triin. It'OLYXESIAX FKIXTIXG OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AD JOB PRIMING SCCH AS .,K. BILLS OF EXCHANGE, C IE-:. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 May 1854

2 The Polynesian, 31 a y 13, MjJ 4 . .- will not suffer me to hold my peace. The mea sels, wooping cough and small pox. have been dreadful scourges to this poor, dying people : but they arc nothing to the constant and devouring stream of pollution that is undermining the very foundations of all hope for i s increase. From vear to year, iu seasons of health as well as pesti lence, the llawaiians have been steadily diminish ; and need I ask why ? It has been gravely urged by some, that adulte ry, fornication, and all that class cf offences coin ini under the eeneral denomination of 44 Moe Kolohe," bhould be swept from the statute book, on the ground that their existence is demoralizing to t'le; natives, and uncndiirably vexatious to foreign seamen and others. That these laws are vexatious, I do not doubt ; but that they are de moralizing, I do not believe. It will not be denied tint the evils of adultery anl fornication, public as well as private, are terrible, and such as strike at t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 May 1854

I' A ( - ill ! t i r i in motion of Mr. Harris, it was resolved that ftimmittee on tlie judiciary I requested to tako into consideration the present lavre on the imr.ris- ..upvntoi c-i "" ii ui me saja Trig- .,ii, r-nT?OK,nttl luJe lorouguoui tne Islands, mdrepri . uiujr opinion is uo"eesirv in addition to the present enactments for the rrfr discipline of prisoners, and, further, t,.1t should the committee on the judiciary not 1 t'jiiik aw luriuvi luawimcma necessary, mey be ' uesu"d tJ communicate to the House any gup- t t'I'vfKi whlch tend. maody the great evil ",f "an absence F-rison discipline. I " t; Sr-eaker read a communication from the MarUal in answer to an inquiry respecting the en j iriri:uent of prisons. Referred to the committee 0llthe judiciary. Kamaipclekanc read a hill to make Kalaeloa a n t,f entry. Laid on the tahle. (tii motion of Mr. Eobertson, it w as resolved tliat ,V Mi;iittT of the Interior le instructedto liave a .;r,W made of the harbor of Kalaeloa, and to ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 May 1854

HOUSES. LANDS. &c. -I. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, NEAR HONOLULU, OA IIU, S. I. A spacious and commodious Villa for 1 sale in Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to the niaui road.commanding extensive and beautiful views both seaward and inland, and about ten minutes ride from the port of Honolulu ; it contains 9 rooms ol the following demensions : Drawing room, 22 x 21 feet, dining room, 22 x 19 feet, both these rooms have arched ceilings, Break -fast room, 18 x 14 ft., Bed room, 24 x 18 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft, do 18 x 18 ft., do 22 x 8, and an excellent Pantry. The house is protected by a wide Verandah in front 122 feet long, as well as at the side and back. The out-buildings comprise, Cooking-house, ser vants' house, gardener's house, 3 stalled stable and coach house, also a Fowl house, divided into 4 com partments and situated in a large fowl yard, the above buildings are principally constructed of adobic and stone, and all are in good repair. The grounds whi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 May 1854

: : r-t-rr- " " .iIWrHrtitMi - ojnu-a-wunrr wturarrm. t .ir irm- .. g. T r -lin niMmiiijiini-iii4miMiiiiiii mr 1 r - in" r" 1 i mi wi i - 'j nni tt-iimi i 1 i M ---- . 9 r ' . f . - i :r v: 7 . :i u t : g&rtf vr"'' vr - r .. hi ' ' " " " ; : - ; - f I M ... rt fi 5 Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN ; PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. ; Trrn. copv per idbuiu, in advance,.. $6 00 dcinsnmomh," " 3 50 Sinf! copies......... 12 Rate ef Advertista;. Out v ' 1'n')rt insertion, 31 AO 4 " - each continuance 05 If (8 lines or less) first insertion,.. 50 " ' each continuance,...-. fcJ Ci'i. Solicf, .c, not exceeding one half square, W toe year, 5 00 "ird. .Voi'Cs e;c- nt exceeding en square 8 00 Vcarlv advertising, not exceeding one half column, 30 00 " 44 " " " colnmn 00 00 vj- Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser own busi- Lccal Adtebthemexti Twenty-fire cents per line for ttx srst insertion, and sis and one fourth cents for each eub Hineiit insertion. . Subscr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 May 1854

q T he PoLYKESiAy, May 20, 1 8 5 4. the possibility of such a result, surely a discretion ary power ought to be given to prevent it, in the spirit of that provident fear which Burke called the ark of safety and w hich Lord Palmerston declared to be the rule which ought to guide Legislators and Statesmen. I consider such a discretionary power to be in dispensable, because I do not believe that the ap propriation of fcU,UOU, and all the force tiiat the Lieut. Genera can organize and support with it, are unequal to the wants of the Kingdom in its present circumstances. In 1850, I had thought that, by the organization of volunteer companies, a very cheap, and yet em cient addition might be made to the military force of the Kingdom, and therefore, encouraged by the recommendations in the King's Speeches to the Legislature of 1847 and of leoO 1 caused to be submmitted to that of the latter year, the Act, of which I add (merely for information) a copy mark ed No. a. And in 1851 I recommend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 May 1854

i ? 0 ij 3, lit ) o r i t . Proclamation. Kamcbamcha III King of the Hawaiian Inlands ge it known to all whom it may concern, that We. Kamehameha III, King of the Hawaiian Island, hereby proclaim our entire Neutrality in ,, war now impending between the Great Mari time powers of Europe ; that Our Neutrality is to V mp h? a.W lielligerente, to the full extent t,f Our Jurisdiction, which by Our Fundamental law i t0 tne distance f one marine league, sur rounding each of our islands of Hawaii, Maui, Lanai, Molokai. Oahn. Ka imi urol Vii- ivaiiw- . . i . Munitinff At. 1 1 iV WO til iot . .1- f 1 1 - Af..: a T-1 1 . .... i M.in Our KJIK1 .Illrf1iiti,in a .a ,.r..l . jndthat the protection and hospitality of Our Torts, Harbors and Roads, Bhall Ite equally estend- to all the Belligerents, so long as they respect ar neutrality. nd be it further known, to all whom it may ,-omvro. that We hereby strictly prohibit all Our .subjects, and a11 who reside within Our Jurisdic tion, fri'm engaging ei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 May 1854

'HOUSES, LANDS. &c. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR !ALE, NEAR HONOLULU, OAIIXJ, S. I. W A spacious and commodious Villa for -1 ' k:1a ui Nuuauu Valley, adjacent to the main roau.comnianding extensive and beautiful views both sea-ward and inland, and about ten minutes ride from the port of Honolulu ; it contains 9 rooms ol the following demensions : Drawing room, 22 x 21 feet, dining room, 22 x 19 feet, both these rooms have arched ceilings, Break fast room, 18 x 14 ft , Bed room, 21 x 18 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft, do 18 x 13 ft., do 22 x 8, and an excellent Tantry. The house is protected by a wide Verandah in front 122 feet long, as well as at the Fide and back. The out-buildinsrs comprise, Cookine-house, ser vants' house, gardener's house, 3 stalled stable and coach house, also a Fowl house, divided into 4 com partments and situated in a large fowl yard, the above buildings are principally constructed of adobie and stone, and all are in good repair. The grounds ...

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