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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 July 1854

ft : r i Vol. XL HONOLULU, H. I.. JULY 1, 1854. No. :1 I ! i - J i THE POL'2'ITESIAN W PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OABC, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Teraaa. Oa cop? per annum, ia advance, $6 00 CM cpy si month, " 3 5q Single eupi, . 12j Rate f Adrertiaimg. On "jo"! (l6 lhwa) firti insertion, at M each coatianaaca, 25 Bilf " (8 linee or lea) first insertion so " ". " eath corrrinuance. 12i Cart. Noueea, fce not exceeding oaa naif square, by the year, ;5 w Cirdt, Notice, etc not exceeding one sqnarr .... 8 00 Yearly advancing, not exceedio, one naif column. 30 00 ". .". " eo'unw 60 00 fT Tetrly advertising limited to the advertiarr'a owa busi ness. Ljoil AoTiBTHHfiSTe-Tereafy-five cent per line for ,b firt iasertioa, aad aix aad one fourth cents for each aub caquent insertion. Subscription to the Polynesian ia payable ixvabiabj.t DTACS gj-.Vo transient adrenteemeaU will be inaerted, tiun rtiraia. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AXD FANCY BOOK AXD JOB PRINTING -seen as BOOtS, BILLS...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 July 1854

fit if if f5 9 ( .4 15 ft 'if r3 .15 3 . f ; i-4 : J I i ! SO The Pol y n esian, July 1, 1854. reaching near to Constantinople. The only hy pothesis that France and England will ever be al lied with sincerity, will be in order to prevent this. But even this alliance would not avail. France, England and Prussia united cannot prevent it. Russia and Austria can at any time effect it. Once mistress of Constantinople, Russia gets all ths commerce of the Mediterranean, becomes a great naval power, and God knows what may happen, She quarrels with you, marches off to India an army of seventy thousand pood soldiers, which to Russia is nothing, and a hundred thousand canaille, Cossacks and olhers, and England loses India. Above all other powers Russia is most to be feared, especially by you. Her 6oldicrs are braver than the Auil.ru iw, nd she has the means of raising as many as she please?. In bravery, the French and English soldiers arc the only ones to be compared to them. All this I foresa...

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

j, as been more fighting on the Danube, in X . tt Turks nave been generally successful. the sue uut itsjcivcu vttui mil fvi. MWtV infill mtJVf iati has l-.vtvavrl r.riar. V i nl the forces of the Sultan aeem to' have Trlrtorioufl in this quarter also. Admiral T strict blockade of the Russian porta in that The English people had been thrown in state of intense excitement by a story told by ir to the effect that he had swum ashore at ,-pturcd by a Russian IVigate, which some of . i . Min rlinnpr Rhin ?-.val.,.a TH. the Au"'" r j - f 'umwi, x iic kv A thin" is doubtless a hoax. The English peo- hwiuuiun ... w vi lUv J- and 19 ""'"6" "mjt,c v uiiuisirjr may TnThe Emperor is extremely active, and , .u i1 and forward between fS-nnsrrar? anA yi4 D . ... - Fetersborg almost incessantly. Several regi of guards are ordered to Finland. Prince !Tt"eiriu:h has granted permission to neutral "1 at present in the different mouths of the 2be kpart freelJ nntil thc 20tl of May. Cft Petersburg a war t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 July 1854

i II i Jt; 1 85 4. 'P ii i- l o r. V .Y i: S I A XL. 32 4 r J 1 if: ii 84 Ml s I HOUSES. LANDS. &c Tv COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR 5 ALE, NEAR HONOLULU, OAlIU, S. I. A' spacious and commodious Villa for J sale ia Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to the mam road.commandins extensive and beautiful views both seaward and inland, and about ten minutes ride tram the port of Honolulu; it contains 9 rooms ot the following dcmcnsions : Drawing room, 22 x 21 feet, dining room, 22 x 19 feet, both these rooms have arched cciiin-rs, Break fast room, 18 x 14 ft , Bed room, 24 x IS tt., do 13 x ( 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do IS x 12 ft, do IS x 13 ft., do 22 x S, and an excellent Pantry. The house ii protected by a wida Verandah iu front 122 feet long, a well as at the side and back. The out-buildings comprise, Cooking-house, ser vants house, gardener's house, S stjilled stable and c oach house, also a Fowl house, divided into 4 com partments and situated in a large fowl yard, the above buildings are principal...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 July 1854

4 Sci. 2i J1 .t &Ari,, licet ibc:.. ft.. shot: ron, Sec uls, . . lice isla, tocks. rad nr. en. tne, ite ri: en, oes, v. j0 hiiig. i, leUf lined ped a ICS, .CLE- 1 laltu 1 caste-; ateriil booi dent; riderf en. lies. f Aid arr, explc rerT, hoa-f tone ors, iet Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN s rt BU3HED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Term.. nw wpv P' annum, in advance, 4 s7i months." " Smfle copies, .$6 00 ..3 SO .. 12 Rate ef Aaertialna n Mir- v16 1,Be,5 fi! insertion $ 00 oas- . each continuance, 25 ,( (3 lines or lees) first insertion, so n" " each continuance, . 12 Card. Notices, it, not exceeding one half square, w tb vear, 5 00 ard's. Notices, etc, not exceeding one square 8 00 i..riv advertising, not exceeding one baif column, 30 00 " " column,. ...60 00 Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's own busi- i utli AtnitmiiHtfc-Twenty-five cents per line for 13t arst insertion, and six and one fourth cents for each sub 3 oe"t insertion. f Subscription to tb...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 July 1854

July 8, 1854. The P o L Y X S I A A i . - .i . . . i I.. -1. 1 -"'- ' i THE POLYNESIAN. SAT URDAV, JULV 8, 1854. Celebration of the Itb. The 78th anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence was celebrated in Honolulu on Tuesday last with unprecedented spirit and dis play. Not only Americans, but residents here from other nations, as well as Hawaiians, joined io the demonstration, and participated in the fes tivities ; and we have heard but one expression in regard to the propriety of the celebration, and the pleasure enjoyed by those who took part in it. The weather was unusually propitious, for the season of the year in the tropics, the heat having been tempered by showers during the night previ ous, and early ia the morning, while daring the day the sun was obscured by clouds, and the tem perature thereby quite endurable. The day was ushered in by a salute soon after midnight. Early in the rnoruing the Consular fligs were raised, and the slapping in port gaily dressed ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 July 1854

4Swre mm I i' i par flat IT The Poly e-s i a y July 8, 1854. L never 6w any estimate that did not look fair. lie should prefer to have the property put up for fie Committee rose and reported progress. The House adjourned at a quarter past 4 o'ciock, having been in seegion 5 1-4 hours. MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF HONOLULU. Arrived. 7 Am. ship Tinqua, W'biimore, 14 days from San Fra cisco. Sailed same day fur China. j-iiy Memoranda. Tfce 'hip Contest, Brewster, arrived at New York, hence, on ihtothof May. The Helen Aagusta. Fales. at .Newport, ou ,he The Cbilo, Ifcabon, at New Bedford on the lltb Xhf British schooner Recovery w as redv to sail from Van r.v s Island f.r ibis port, t our last advice., but was wait in ior a crew i nd u ' ' there were no seamen on the Sui to be procured. SALES AT AUCTION. AUCTION. i rILL BE SOLD at public auction, on the 29th day of July, at 2 P. M. on the pre- nl. 101 situated m eliweh, island of Kui. at the intersection of the Waihohome and Mhau!epu roads. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 July 1854

Tur P n T. V W E S I A JN JULY 49 10J -ar say -M t F. 36 HOUSES. LANDS. &c. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, . D TTAVnT TT TT HlTTTT ? T -V A spacious and commodious Villa for Bale in Nuuanu Vallev, adjacent to the lain roaU. commanding extensive and 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 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 oat-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 arc principally constructed of adobic an...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 July 1854

V k 4 f 1 -I :; THE POLYNESIAN iS riBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terms. 0ns P" Per nnuln advance, , On cp? six months," gmjl copies, Rate af AaVertialaf. ..$6 00 ...3 SO ... 12 0 squire, Cl5ltoOfirsi insertion il 00 u " ch continuance, 25 Hitf " (8 line or lew) first insertion, .".. 50 . " cn continuance,.. " 12 Ctrdt. Votices, tc, not exceeding one half square, bv the year, .....5 00 i-arji. .Viiices, eic not exceeding one square.. 8 00 ffiriy advertising, not exceeding one half column, 30 00 " ..',. .", " column, ....60 00 53- Vearly advertising limited to the advertiser's own busi- LiMi AoSTnna-T.Twenfr-fire cents per line for nrt iaertion, and six and one fourth cents for each sub i..,,,,! insertion. jX Subnption to the Polynesian is payable ixtifubly j jy Xo transient advertisements will he inserted, chlesi f POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. I PLAIN AND FANCY 1 BOOK AND JOB PRIMING sec S00KS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, BILLS rF LADl l CLL HE DS, CONSULAR BLA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 July 1854

..it ' : I -.1 ;t!! hi ' : 4 r. f , ' 1 f il i! 1 1- k '; if 1 imnwi-riin- iu .i m in "" " " T ' '" " "" "" " " I - '"""" -"-l-1l"""u r 1 "" 111 "' ' . ' ! Ill ' qc " "7""" "'in "Po7y7e7s7a n , July 1 5 , 1 854. f t " vv 1 1 .i ; ! : THE POLYNESIAN. - SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1854. The Reef Improvement. By the proceedings in the House of Representatives, it will be seen that the reef bill, as it has been termed, has passed the House, shorn of its principal features, as introduced by the Committee. As it has been amended, the principal provisions re maining arc, the purchase of the Queen's rights, which is all right, and the authorization of the Minister of the Interior to lease the property, which is all wrong. The authorization of a loan to improve the property was en tirely stricken out, and thus the Government is de prived of the power to move a step in that direction. Our views upon this subject are well known to our readers. "VYe have all along urged, what wc conceived to be an urgen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 July 1854

, I .1. ,mmV iTIIHlUMlilUll OTWWQWM. II ' Mm minimi IHWMWW.MW -yr - T H e Poly jv e s i a jv , July 15, 1 854. 39 SALES AT AUCTION. AUCTION. -sr-jrTlLL 3E SOLD at public auction, on the f 29th day of July, at 2 P. M. on the pre inises, a house lot situated in Weliweli, island of Kauai- at ine iniersecuon oi me ainonome and Vahauiepu roaua. . u. i',aJS. Honolulu, June 28, 18J4.-3t-8 MARSHAL SALE. EVJAI-V PITMAN, Complainant. t AlSl. J4.MEA CASTLE and i,iH PELHAM, Administrator of Defendant. p I.VILL CASTLE, Deceased. 1 Bciore William I- Lee, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Li li. u r-qunj, n n.nmin isianaa. Dr rirtueit a decree issued out of the t-uoreme Court of the jj,,'iiian Islands, in favor of Benjamin Pitman, Complainant. ariiBA Laiki, James Castle II John Pelliam, Administrators nf pamel C-tle,aeeeaea, aviemikni, tor tdr ran nf thirteen hun ini nad thirty dollars and 27 cents, principal, interest and cvt-, I shall expose at public auction, for aale, at Hilo, ixland ( Ha-...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 July 1854

40 HOUSESttiiNDSr&c. COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, spacious and commodious Villa for m- n sale in Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to the mam 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 ceiling9, Break fast room, 13 x 14 ft , Bed room, 24 x 18 ft., do 18 x 12 ft., do 13 x 12 ft., do 18 x 12 ft, do 18 x 13 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-building comprise, Cooking-house, ser vants' hemse, 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 which have been laid out ornament al...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 July 1854

Vol. XL 1 Of THE FOi'2SI-- IS pCBUSHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, B. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Trrmik One eopv per annum, in advance, $6 00 ' One opy six month, " ' 3 50 Single copies, 4 Rnt f Advertiain. Oae saie, (1 line) first insenion, Jl 00 " each eontiouanre,.... ....... 25 Half " (8 lino or lew) fir.it insertion, 50 " " each continuance i2J Card. Notice, tc, not exceeding one half square, Sy the year........... ..5 00 Cards, Notices, etc- m.t exresdins one sonarr 8 OO r early advertising, not eiceedinj one baif column, 30 00 " " " " column 60 00 3T Nearly advertising limited to tbe advertiser's own busi ness. col Advibti(kits Twenty-five cent per line for lb first insertion, and ix and one fourth cents for each sub sequent insertion. 83T Subscription ta the Polynesian i payable ikvabiablv II DTA.1CC JQr.Vo transient advertisement will be inserted, cn-iss I POLYNESIA PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AXD FANCY , BOOK AXD JOB PRIMING cch as BOOKS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE. CATALOGUES, BILLS OF LAD...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 July 1854

' Is 4 ' - nnMMM ttt , . " 42" ; The Polynesia ir', July a z , l. p p g , - an M-" - ; ia not one who is fully paid, not one who couTJ not obtain moro money by going out on tne wharf and laboring. If, under these circumstances the Chiefs see fit to appropriate money for an increase of their own salaries, let them do it. Is there any propriety in paying the Privy Councillors about $20 a day for their services, while we, the repre sentatives of the people, receive but $3- Hs thought the Representatives' services as valuable as those of the Councillors. Some member suggested that it was questionable whether theserviccs of the Representatives were worth anything. Mr. II. said that he would admit that that was a matter of doubt, but he knew that the services of the Coun cillors were worth nothing. He appealed to the members if all the troubles of the country had not been caused by the action of the Privy Council. Mr. Kaomaea made a loud and striking speech in opposition to Mr. Robertson'...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 July 1854

Tin; PoLYXEsi Ay , Jitlv 22, 1854. rr43 or- (V. f PROCLAMATION 1 iMi" " dwe r tax Hawaii Iilahd. Tit IT KNOWN, to all whom H may Corcrn, that we ft Camehaineba III- Kin of ihm Hawaiian Islaads. hereby "7poclj1ni oar cuius iwuinmj m urn ax now impenaiBf i Jrr.h. mat maritime DoWera of EUsone : that our n,nir. the peat Baritime power of Eusope ; that our neutra-I"- to be respected by all belligeretau, to the foil extent of " ' mniclioB, which by oar fundamental lawa m to Uia dis- -jir Jul . J - M m. MtV nw nttcr of one marine league, surrounding each of our islands of niot of one marine league, surroundinr. each of our islands of Hawaii, Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu. Kauai and Siiflau, eommeiicliig at low water mark m each of the respee- fl coasts i "" iiiuiuw an uia manuals pss ... befwre1 and dividing said islands, frm bland to island ; In.t all capture and mizurts made within our aaid jurisdiction L gaiaa lul ; and that (be protection and hospitality of our lts, harbor and...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 July 1854

HOTELS nOTEL De FRANCE.-French Hotel. VICTOR CIIANCEREL, Proprietor, bee ' inform hi friends and the public general--.... t.. k.. ...l. .n.nir inmrnrrmcU I i bis hotel premises, tbM be now has aceommoda r. .- ... ;... r H.--rinrinn. Also, ft tacied, Billiard Saloon, fitted op in superior style. SE1 Room on me premises wr uninmi ", ,,. Bar is supplied with the choicest wines and liquors, and l ine proprietor, grateful f tbe liberal patrouaie b;r.tof..rei Bntend li To him, bees to assure the pibllc that no pain wi:l be spared M firs eatiro satisfaction to them and atrangere visaing liun- r.'i. Entrance by Fort, Dote! and Coion sis. lf-12 HOTEL da GLOBE Restaurant Francais. iiintv irua. Amx billiards, cabinets, particu- fV.. ... I. r.rtn vina limmir. rafraicbise- I ivirw, ribf ri'iv, - - -1 1 .Bents, p.U.n.c MEDAILLE. Tlrmolulu, entries par King et Fort st. Clebe Hotel Freach Restaurant, Honolulu. grACIOUS jard and garden, bi.liard aaloon, pleasnnt ter. race, nico private rooaas, Ae- C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 July 1854

raj, ice. bain ft. t n. 'We, c se, tXH, tap. lata, H-ki. ijasol SI lit an as tor- spriH XS, kfiiT: cs, :s, ioictc let:e- sea. ed r. ten 8. ookj entt: lerer n. Aleci T iihf t iVori nitio: pioii J7. ime ne ! cos 1182 iadc, soI I tcb ttie (Xt re' rOS 7 kin hl& t at qties'' tf . off' Vol. XI. THE POLTESIAN' ,g fi'BUSHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. L EDWIN -O. HALL, EDITOR. Ten Oae eTT Pr aiianm, ia ad vance, $6 00 Oa e'Pf i months, " 3 50 Copies, Rate T Aarrrtislaa:. O.ttqtiM, (H lines) first insertion, ft 00 each contiauaace, 2S Bllf (8 lines or leas) arst insertion 50 . " eontinuaace....... I2t Cud Nonces, t-i nt exceeding on half square, K the year, ;5 w rd. Jiuees, etc ant exceeding oae square, 8 00 r early advertising, not exceeding oae half eolumu,30 00 " , "a " , " co,um. -60 00 vy Feirly advertising limited to the advertiser's own busi- ew. . liwu ADTEBTHsarairrw Twenty-Ore cents per line for 111 int insertion, and six aad one fourth cent for each aub Moent iBsertion. jy. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 July 1854

46 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1854. Naval. Oar last issue hail but just been circulated when II. B. M.'s Frigate PiytE, Capt. Sir F. Xicolson, of 40 guns, arrivel from England via Cullao and , thus the nmnbor of vessels comprising the Njuaa ...... i ron were eualii;d.fcur English and four French, jjj pogj,. . invito the .Sjnadrons of the great and bringing up the number of guns to 120 Eng- j inarit;nie powers of Europe and America, w hich lish to 133 French, while the steamer, with her j nore fin(1 tJ.lt rest and refreshment sa -indispensa-very heavy arnmroent, renders th two divisions of j t health", while traversing this" great highway about equal efficiency. ' All these vessels at anchor outside made a most imposing appearance for this partf the word, and one never before witnessed at the islands. During the stay of these vessels, they have been busily em- , ployed in watering and taking in supplies, of which , the French ships required more than tnc r.ngii:i ; and our Wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 July 1854

Ntta T 1 8 iv '21' it t Ij o't i t if PROCLAMATION"! - . . '" ' v tiiai"" in-, Kisc or the I'aua1Ula. Br IT tt.N'OK.N, to all whom it TotM-r-Bt tbat"e MmmeB" III.. King of th HawxiiVn lssaafls.lisreby -Ma sr aM utrarrtylB tlrs nrr uw stripe oitir be r?grb great snarHwn .posters H Butufie ; tht tmt eutra J k t r resoecU-d bv k)i t.rijereu hi Uis full client ol ;,riiica. winch by tuft fun.finftl laws utol .i din. oae martae teat, arr..Blrh;earB uf our lelaads of ?rrm Maui. Kao4ave, fcaai, M.-tukai, Oafm, Kaaai and ooniBf aciuf at low water mark oo each U tbe. rrtc ,Ji"f " 'tBd; aaa ladudes all U. runnel, p'.ss . sr""" " ''"'f 'id, frun I: d u ixlaad .n apiut J secure made w itDia our aaid Juri.iictiaa ,Blf"1' ,b,t Prn,t,i Wj'itality of onr ' .-' " - a v - i aaroors raw w equally ri r M to al. tlie 1 Lia"". Uwjr rwpret vuraeutrdity. ; id t ' i"1"' a, to all whom it aay coscera. that ! Ktwrfrrtfy prhibit li our subjects, and ail woo reside liii r juriicUo. from Mfunt either directly or ...

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

ii . ------------aaaaasasaaaSSaaassaaesaBaaaa- JT tt t v 2 0 i 1 8 5 4 : 48 HOTELS &C. HOTEL De FRANCE.-French' Hotel. VICTOR CIIAXCEREL, Proprietor, begs iuform his friends and tne pnone seaerai- 1 1 premise, tnal be ww baa attoinawxia- Jf -t r for i for iiinki nf rrerv description. Alao, at tached a Billiard Salwon, fitted np in superior style. Sleeping K'Xmts on me prrnnm a ur umuirj vt sr....-...--- - Bar ia tunplit-il with Ibe choicest wiaes and liqnora, and tne proprietor, grateful lor the liberal patronage heretofore ei to Mm, b.-sa to a-sure the public that no pains wii.l be spared to pre eatire satisfaction to them and strangers eisitmg Honolulu- .... ,rn 1 t5. Eatraaee by Tort, Hutel and Uioi ats. 11-14 HOTEL da GLOBE Restaurant Francais. inniv ..-,-.. iiui billiardi. cabineta. oarticu- leira, elc eerrice a la carte, Tina, liqueuia.rafraicbiae- .nwnu, patisserie, etc ,cr,.i r f. f-ar it. r aAoii at. a. - UoBolula, entries par King et Fort at. - Glebe IIeteI French Kela...

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