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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 May 1854

I, in r n,,. mil- ' n mil miiiix n mr itt mi mum i 1 1 " 11 ' -- 1 m n iinwioi.ntl'Mi urn '- 1 -J- ' -- 1 agfrTin man I - - - - j - 7'"' 5 " lis, " Qsgss - ' ' ' I rVL XL HONOLTTLTT. TT T hiaa . THE POLYNESIAN ji rCBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, U. L I EDWIN 0. HALL, EDITOR. fMf WI.f per annum, in advance, $6 00 3 SO m Sinl copies Ralea af Advertising. Cne sq, (16 '') 6r i"nion, " each continuance, , .,.1 ? line or less) first insertion .$i oo .. 25 50 11 each iininiiii. .-i Cards. Notices, tc-, not exceeding one half square, rr the year, .. 5 00 -inis. Notice, etc, oot exceeding one square 8 00 IVartv advertising, not exceeding one half column, 30 00 ' " " " " column, 00 00 fj- Yearly advertising I'mited to the advertiser's own bust- ? Licit. ADnaTuiiiKKTi. Twenty-five cent per line for f, first iasertioB, and six and one fourth cents for each aub- ,:.jentiii.-ion. , . vj Subscription to the Polynesian Im payable istabiaslt J-i ir- 57 No transient advertisements will be inserted...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 May 1854

10 " The P o l y jv e s i a jv , M a y 2 7 , 1 854. - n;ar His Hawaiian Majesty's Court, I did not hesi tate, to comply with your request, as a matter of comity au.l good will, and accordingly transmitted to my Government, by the mail of yesterday, a copy of your despatch and duplicates of the King's Proclamation. I avail myself of the occasion to renew the assu rance of the distinguished consideration, with which I have the honor to be, Your most obedient humble servant, -DAVID L.;REOG. To His Excvllency, K. C. Wtllie, Minister of Foreign Relations. Translation. M ission of France to the Sandwich Islands, Honolulu, May 13, 1854. Mr. Mimster: 1 hive had the honor to re ceive the Circular which you addressed to me on the Gib, 7th and 8th of March last, as also that of the IGlh inst. I have hastened to transmit to the different organs of the Government of His Imperial Majesty, the Proclamation relative to the Neutra lity of the Hawaiian Archipelago during the Euro pean war which is co...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 May 1854

. . T he P o l y n esi a May 2 7, 1 854. : IT II f ? i v.i action had taken place since previous dates. The first division of the French army under General Oanrobcrt, left Marseilles on the 19th for the East. The LdUevt. four French ships of war, under the command of Ad- . i I... e. 'ri. . . . mirai iesciicu, o.v cviiru iium xoujou, to join - a- V ,ier s n(vl o ouip hui are me au. renin. IW fc-- ujuoim nun anueni. 1O1I nrnnc thA tlATVMllO l)ll.T:wi;.. 1 T . ir Charles apier, in the steam frigate alorous, ar rived at Copenhagen cn the '20th. The Panish Ministry remains in office. Kr--"U u ui.ua a most iniport- . vt event Is 1 """P1"0"1 publication, ty the English utters, i f their secret correspondence with the Fmnn. lvr llussia. during the first three months of their ad- cuiitration; us me memorandum of the inter- between the Cear and Ixrd Aberdeen, in 184 i, slik.li the Journal de St- Petersburg challenged the lat ter to produce. Ihe documents are voluminous, filling rfvea or eight...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 May 1854

12 T ii e Poly n e s i a n May 27, 1 854 HOUSES. LANDS. &c COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, TkT T ? . T-AT ITT IT VTVT ' - A spacious and commodious Villa for sale in Nuuanu Vallcv, adjacent to the mam road.eommanding extensive nnd beautiful views both seaward and inland, and about ten minutes ride from the port of Honolulu; it contains 9 rooms of the following demensions : Drawing room, 22 x 21 feet, dining room, 22 x 19 feet, both these roms have arched ceilings, Break fast room, 18 x 14 ft , lied room, 24 x 18 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do IS x 12 ft., do IS x 12 ft, do IS x 13 ft., do 22 x 8, and an excellent Fantry. 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 6table 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 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 June 1854

Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN ,j rCBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, II. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Term. nn copr pf annum, in advance ty.Tx month.," riitl copies, Rales sf Adrertlstag. ...S 00 ....3 SO .... 12 Ob, squaw. C16 ") B"1 insertion, St oo S1 w '"- v. t. Half " (S ' insertion 50 u " " " each continuance...... . 12J Card. Notices, Jtc, not exceeding on. half square, br lb. rear 500 r-..AS V .HCM, etu nut en wdiifom nuarr 8 00 r.rlr iJveriisrng, not exceeding one balf column, 30 00 " " " " column, ....60 00 T Vearly advertistn limited to theadvenis-r's own busi- 'iLien- AtariitiTs. Twenty-fire cent net line f?r tiN first iasertioa, and fix and one fourth ceuta for each sub due t insertion. 3acnpuoa t the Polynesian ia payable iirvAaiaaLV u ota. jyXo transient advertisement will be inserted, cffLtis fOLYNESIAX PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AAD JOB PRIMING HSCCH At BOOKS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, CATALOGUES. HILLS OF LADING, BILL HEUS, CONSULAR BLANKS, CJKCLLA83, BLANK DEEDS, AUCTIO...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 June 1854

i! 5 il 51 ! . !' '' St.; 1 13 to visit the place where the foreigners mostly reside, let them do so with respectful knjrunge and peaceable con duct, and not be haughty and overbearing; that we may still maintain friendly relations with each other. May you continue to enjoy health and prosperity. The foregoing is a true copy from the original. V. P. CHAPIX, II. II. McCOMAGH. Apia, Samoa, January, 1804. . THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1634. Prospect of the Crops. By recent intelligence from Maui we are happy to learn that the growing wheat crop is likely to fully equal the anticipated yield of 25,000 bushels. Some 250 acres were destroyed by the caterpillar, but the balanee promises to yield a heavier crop than was expected, or than has ever before iK-en har vested on that island, er acre. The weather has 1een fine during the just few weeks, and some fields first planted, are now ready to harvest. With the present high price of fl mr in the United States, from whence our supply h...

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

mvm mm m wnm 4 CT . , . I pi C'annrv aiiu lu. j-iuii, uo orange print, plain orange cottons, do plain yellow, TJalcs brown drilling, do brown cotton, i pait.,. blue drills, Bales blankvts, I Cases blue stripe pant cords, do Nankin, I p0 fancy shirts, do mixed half hose, I no umbrellas, do white and blue cotton thread. 1 jVi rooi roiujiii ...u.oiitiff, mi cotton parasols, jo blue women mui , uo rea, jo onaburg bags, do black ribbons, j to blue cloth caps, do white linen, 1 3 carpet bradins, do linen thread . I i),iupcnucrs, uuuui. pants, i Shoks, Saddleey, &c, j farfsKipBrojians j io patent foxed Gaiters, do Oxford ties, ! p0 women's goat buskins, I po men's patent leather brogans, I iv omen's .-hoes, native pattern, 1 pijjit'n common saddles 2 girths, I I jo xJJi"? !jpcrior saJtUcs, fancy, Cowhides, I s-.H'crior bridles, Mexican stirrup irons. ' CUOCKF.KY, UUSSTIKE, &C, J iYitc nappies . pitchers, mugs, bowls, !.! blue eded plates, cover' d chambers. ! io tea caps coffee cup...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 June 1854

16 HOUSES. LANDS. &c. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, &0gZ NEAR HONOLULU, OA1IU, S. I. fef jp A spacious and commodious Villa for ,nr sale in Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to the ni'ia roau.commanding extensive and beautiful views bath seac ard and inland, and about ten minutes ride from the port of Konolulu ; it contains 3 rooms oi the following demensions : Drawing room, 22 x 21 feet, dining room, 22 x 19 feet, both these rooms hare arched ceilings, Break fast room, 18 x 11 ft , Bed room, 24 x IS ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do IS x 12 ft, do 18 x 18 ft., do 22 x 8, and an excellent Pantry. Tha house is protected by a wide Verandah in front 122 feet long, as well as at the 6ide and back. The out-buildings comprise, Cooking-house, ser vants' Louie, 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, aal all are in good repair....

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 June 1854

'1 r tl ' ! 1 I f Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN" ls PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. on' copy Pr annum, in advance,. ............6 00 Oee copy "i i months, " 3 50 siai'le copies,.. 12j R(es af Advert Uing. On iqiu"! (l3 lines) first insertion, eg qo " " ech continuance, 05 Half (8 lines or less) first insertion 50 " . " each continuance...... . m Cards. Notices, Jtc, not exceeding one lialf square by Hie year, 5 M -ard. Notices, etc, not exceeding one square 8 00 yearly advertising, not exceeding one iialf column, 30 00 - . ". -"r -"a " column, ....60 00 y eirly advertisin- limited to the advertiser's own busi er. Leol Abtcktiikmbsts Twenty-fire cent, per line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth ceuts for eacb ub eoanit insertion. r-Subscription to the Polynesian is payable ivabiably f3Xo transient advertisement will be inserted, cwle.i rsirlD. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AND JOB P K I N T 1 N G il(H at UtX'KS, BILWOFEXCHA.V...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 June 1854

June 10, 1854 18 The Poly n esi a w , held strictly liable, and he shall pay over the same, as by this Act provided. Section XXXVII. The Collector shall bo allowed for collecting and paying over the taxes as provided in the Act, the followm fees, viz: for the first 5,000 collected ten per cent, and for all sums over the first $5,QD0, five per cent, together with such damages as has been hereinbefore nrescn bed for non-payment by the 3d Monday of October, Iliey shall also be allowed for mileage, in going from- and returning to the Office of the Minister of Finance for one trip, five cents per mile, to be calculated by the usually traveled route from and to- their centra! collecting stations. Section XXX VIIL All taxes levied under the provisions of this Act, shall be collected1 in current com of this Kingdom. Section XXXIX. The lien of the Ha waiian Government for all taxes shall attach on all real estate, on the first day of Jan uary of each year, and such lien shall be to the exclu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 June 1854

i "1" " " ' """ '' " ' ' """ """" js i The POLYNESIAN) J uy e 10, 1 854 . 19 0 ij u t !) o r i t n. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, &C i GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GENERAL MERCHANDISE- LEGAL ADVERTISMENTS. LEGAL 'ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 - I PROCLAMATION J Kihih trt., Kiso or thi Hawaiian Iilahd. BE IT KNOWN, to I1 whom it may contra, that we Kantehameba KiBf Hawttiiaa Islands, hereby laim r r,t,r" "rainy ia the war mow impending be. tti maritime powers ot Europe ; tout our neutra i", IS io he respected by all belligerents, to tli full extent of ... tfluoo" - - -- " e Ul- ,i .! marine league, sarroandine each sf our islands of j . mn ir b nr oar ihiii imftt ,m - ... : - j7,iii, '", Kauotuawe, aai, Moiokai, Uana, h,,c.an.m'"'i,R at low water mark on each of the rerDec- . . -.14 1 .. f PI ll V ,J iBiluili . 1 1 i. - -1 . ,,rr coa- - ' - .......... IMV uinnrii mu- .. V-tweca aud mviding Mid rslawds, from island to island ; s.t all ap"ttr "II,,rr made withia our said jurisdiction 1 hU"'' i J ,h' protection...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 June 1854

J u IVr E 10 1 8 5 41. T h e Poly s:i a n , 20 HOUSES. LANDS.'. &c. f ni'vriiv vusmFVPE "FiTR S AT.?. - r- tj TlflVflT T"T TT O 1 TTTT S T. 5 w A spacious and commodious Villa for aale in Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to the main rojni,commaniling extensive and beautiful views both seaward and iuland, 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. IS x 14 ft ., Bed room, 24 x 18 ft., do IS x 12 ft., do IS x il ft., do 18 x 12 ft, do 18 x 18 ft, do 22 x 8, and an excellent Tantrr. The house is protected by a wide Verandah in front 122 foet long, as well as at the aid 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 lartre fowl yard, the above buildings are principally constructed of ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 June 1854

. " ... .. ---- ar-iana an . ..nr. ,i .. .. u.ninoii nnnnni- i - - , . .. - .. . i r i t .r i . , : rr i c '1 ;i n v c 'wi i M 'i m!i"i m r wiwai ' t 'rj sm lr r' ' "r BaasBBBBBaa 1" T ' ' ' ' ' '-.' , vi '. , -1 ill Hi I i, in I 1 VOL. AI. THE -fUAiJMJBSIAI? I4 fCBLISHED WEEKLT AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terms. OM copT Pr aaaum, i a vases, ....... 00 OM COT BtOBtBS, 3 5Q - &Bjl eopie, 18j Rate of AarrrlLtlaa;. 0MB11iirs,(l6Hae)IratiBertioa, 00 " each continuance, 25 utf " (8 line or leas) first insertion,. 50 - " " "aca continuance...... . J21 Card. .Notices, tci aot axceediag oa. half square, bTttfjre"! 5 00 Cars, '" ,c- excaediagoae squarr 8 00 yaariy adreriiarg, aot exceeding one naif column, 30 00 m " " " enlunin M m 5X TMrly advertising limited to the advertiser's owb busi- I .oaL AMITIIlltltTV-TflltV.6w rent Mr 11m tnr 1 '.at BTt laseruoa, mum ai aau one iuvno cents lor each eub- ! Subscription to the Polraesiaa it payable iRTaaiaiLV , cSCB- - j-.Vo tr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 June 1854

22 The Polynesian, June 17, 1854 from having their children instructed in tbe tenets or their church at all seasonable hours. It only stva this branch of education shall not be carried on in the public schools which were founded for other purposes. It is said that the schools proposed would be atheistical. It is not so. A school troua which all sectarian, or even all exclusively religious instruc tion is. banished is not necessarily an atheistical institution, any more than a ftore, or a factory or a fann. is an atheisUcal institution because the nersons emnloved therein engage in no religious services while so employed. Intellectual cultui not of itself,-aitti-religies.- It -is an important means of religions advancement. A teacher of a truly religious' spirit (and if possible, no other should erer be appointed to the -office) eaanot fail to impart of that spirit to his pupils, and he will do this though lie utter not a word that the most zeal ous sectarian can carp at. There is mu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 June 1854

, T.h e Poly y esi an Ju; 1 7 1 8 54 T 23 , Kjcports Presented. By Com- n PuWic Works, for appropriation c ?,500 for the erection of diatrict Court Houses- Bv Com. on Public expenditures, against releaa inC "Jr. Judd from his reepansibility for the defi ciency of 2,930,44 which occurred in the treasury flints while he was Minister of Finance. Re ferred to Com. of the Whole on Wednesday. By Com. on Judiciary, that the bill providing for the appointment of deputy district justices be laid on the table. Adopted. By Com. on Claims, that $668, be appropriated w meet the expenses incurred in the construction .f the mountain road, Ilawaii. C Mr. Harris read a bill to ar n-.int Street Commis siJners in Honolulu K loiied to Com. on Public Vorks. Maikai read a bill to exempt militia jnen from taxation. On motion of Mr. Bowlin, the Com. on Public Torfcs were instructed to consider the expediency of an appropriation of $10,000, for surveying and bnoving out e 6everal harbors of the group. Order...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 June 1854

T H E P 6 Jj Y N ESI A N , J U JV E 1 7 j- ' 1 8 5 4-. 21 HOUSES. LANDS. &c. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, NEAR HONOLULU, OAHU, S. I. A spacious and commodious Villa for sale la Nuuaiiu Valley, adjacent to the main road, commanding extensive aud beautiful view both seaward and inland, and about ten minutes ride from the port of Honolulu ; it contains 9 rooms of the following demensions : " Drawing room, 22 r 21 fect, dining room, 22 x 19 feet, both these rooms have arched ceilings, Break out room, 18 x 14 ft. Bed room, 24 x 19 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 TLe house is protected by a wide Verandah in front 122 feet long, as well as at the side and back. The oat-buildings comprise. Cooking-house, ser vants' house, gardener's house, 3 stalled stable and c osteh 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 s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 June 1854

T Ir 5 f i Vol. Al. 1 THE POL-FJWESIAN ! t rCBUSKED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, U. L i I i j J EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Term. One cop Pr annum, in advance, $6 00 Oat cpy ' months, " 3 50 giBjle cop, 121 Rate a( Aalrrrtiaing. One :16 "' i insertion, $t 00 - 4 .t eneh continuance, 3 H kS line or less) first insertion 50 ' " " cb continuance....... J.2J c'art. Notice, tt, not exceeding one half square, tr the 5 no -ard. e,c- exceeding one sqrtare 8 00 5,rir advenismg, not exceeding one half column, 30 00 " " " eoiuinn 60 1)0 y Vearlv advertising limited to the advertiser's own busl- ; "ui.1 AnTsnrisawESTt Twenty-see eenta per line for j, first iasettion, and six and one fourth ceuta fur each ub irtwt insertion. j Subscription to the Polynesian in payable ixT.ntaBLr j ir'- ( Vk transient advertisements will be inserted, cxleii 5 POLYNESIAN PRIXTIXG OFFICE. PLAIN' AND FANCY j BOOK A.D JOB PRIMING srcH at BOOK?. BILLS OP EXCHANGE, CirALOGfES, BILLS OP LADING, BILLHEvD:?, CONSULAR BLANKS, CIRC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 June 1854

26 The Poxy.esiak, JuffE 2 4, 1854. by P. Cumminj, as certified by Aldrich & Bishop 5 or a silver medal. The Committee would remark that good samples of 8iirar were presented from the plantations of i. Reynolds, Esq., and Messrs-. Wood & Spencer of h.ast Maui, also a botije w fine syrup from the for mer, also a specimen of coffee from B. Pitman Esq., of Ililo, havinj a good berry, but injured by not being1 sufficiently dried. Respectfnlly submitted, S. N. CASTLE, W. B. RICE, V.A. ALDRICH, ' JAMES MAKEE, R.CLOUSTON, Committee. P. S. A sample of arrow-root of very superior quality was exhibited, manufactured by the Rer. E. Whittlesey, formerly of liana. East Maui, and it has been suggested that the Committee should have taken it ioto account, as it was overlooked in the list. They would, therefore, recommend that a pre mium of $5 be granted on this sample, especially as the exhibitor has authorized it to be sold for the benefit of the Society. The Committee on Horses made a re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 June 1854

r r 0 it 1 1) o vi t n . r AN ACT , TO REGULATE THE RETAILING OF INTOXI CATING DRINKS IX THE CITY OF HONOLULU: Approved, Ji.ve 23d, 1854. Pftt Em?, by the Kin , the Nobles and Reprcsenta tirts of the Hawaiian Islands, in Legislative Coun CJ Assetnbltd : Section' 1. That the Minister of the Interior is hereby authorized and empowered to grant, for one var.w n j person a license to sell spirituous li quors at retail, without discrimination between Mtle and glass licenses, in Honolulu, within the limits prescribed for the rear eighteen hundred and gfVr-threc, upon his paying into the public Ex Jhuer, the euin of one thousand dollars, and filing ,ith the Minister of the Interior a Bond in the penalty of one thousand dollars, with at least one iuffiiient surety, to be approved hv said Minister, trith the condition now prescriled in Section sixth of Article 2nd of Cliaptar 2nd of the second Act of kamcbameha HI. Ssctios 2- This Act sliall be in operation from and after the first day of Ju...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 June 1854

HOUSES. LANDS. &c. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, vr.nnnvnr rrr nuir s r. v , V .Ullk v' wrf , v..vv, " Sii A spacious and commodious Villa for .sJLbw sale ia Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to the maui ruoU.eoiumanding 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 dcraensions : Drawing room, 22 x 21 feet, dining room, 22 x 10 feet, both these rooms have arched ceilings, Break fast room, IS x 14 ft , Bed room, 24 x 18 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 13 x 12 ft, do 13 x IS 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 t ants' house, gardener's house, 3 stalled stable and c oach house, also 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 i...

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