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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 September 1854

'ISE. 'elect market, ierel, drice. do., I ft.. 'nt. shoe do ron, el Sic. lose, utta, t tapes, ids, linen, ' ish'ns, ocks, It. CLES. aJtacd aaton, aprine zinc. r, knirea post aintea Letter, led, d and ?rials, oks. titer rer, ff led. '7 ay 'ork ition, ioits, r,'5 J l IB e do. nb, soil njK le. te, bea, lien lit iei- ffff f hi :a of wv VOL. Al. THE -fUijX-NESLQ.N j. rLBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I I EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Teraaa. ' n codt per annum, in advance, : oo.p ww.M " i eitfie, Rate f Adrertinlaa. j 0iur6' f15 ltB) flrat insertion, ....$6 00 3 SO 12i l 00 85 I .a l : 1 a . : ,r m ;o nun vt ,caa; urn inenioi,.. ....... 50 " t.L ,irk rnnr.n.. ...... ,.-i rir,, Votices, -C, not exceeding one half (quire, ' w the rear 5 00 ' Xoticee, etc, nt exceeding one square 8 00 tr(rail'eniing, not exceeding one naif column, 30 00 1 - " " " " column, ....60 00 ! Tearly adrertiamg limited to the advertiser's own buat- tsit AoriaTumtwTa-Twentjr-five cents per line for t7nrt iaertion, and ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 September 1854

Tnp Polynesian. September 11, 1 o o 4 . THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1854. The Treaty of Kanagana. On tlie J?t of May last we announced in an Ex tra the arrival of the Saratoga, with a bearer of despatches from Com. Perry to the government at Washington. The treaty itself which had been concluded between the Commissioners of the two governments, was not made public, and some of its prorJsJems were not clearly apprehended at that tmw. It has now appeared in the public prints, and we give it in full on our first page this week. It was unanimously confirmed by the Senate of the United States on the 15th of July, and only awaits the exchange of ratifications, to become a law of the two countries. It will be observed that the port of Simoda is to be opened immediately on the signing of the trea ty, while that of Ilakodade will not be opened un til a year after that event. In this particular the treaty is more favorable than our first information led us to anticipate. There are ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 September 1854

r h e r O L, Y FTliS I A IV ' ;S r 5 4 - . m W I T E 31 B E R 9 , 18 71 be s. e S 8 -if co! ter, TUR elk veset. i. :o. 5mv ignei ' aci r t; efai! t tl f G. E!v thr. arr.i reitt n tf s re tw En- ived and and tL aror- ; t" Mr. tf. em wit bow atri- r it off t cai tb of ti- aaj ier- mi l0l oc- ITU 4 1 0 JV au t I) o r i 1 22 PROCLAMATION! .H,f,fH" " Kic or tbs Hawaiian Iilamoi. - B- E iT KNOWN, o all whom it miy concern, that we c.meliameh III., King of the Hawaiian Island, bereby Ulia our mtire neutrality in the war now impending be- : ' iM rraai unnumi r"ii Europe: mat "! .urijdicuon, which by our fuudamental Ian to the dig. ...of on ra-r1rJ "eagu-, urr..undinis each of our island" of . ... II r, 1l7C7..t trj iiuviiusicuiLiniui IU11 ffTIIIt nf u,sii, -'" -- uui, Kiuii and tr.'iu coimn-aemg at low water mark on each of tiie rr.tec- V" ' . . .,f mmiA ialand-.r! Stiff ,nrtiir1a all K - K . , kfi-" -,,, d,v,d",t' i-UimIii, from inland to island jl caiimrr Dd made within our said juris dic...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 September 1854

S E EMBER 9,. 185 4 72 The Poly B .F. S HOTELS &C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CIIAXCEREL, Proprietor, I. . ... ; u r. p m lii ftn1tt mil tliA niihiir fpltural. 'Siiht ly, that he has made extensive Improvement in hi. hole I premises, mat ue now dm acco.iimcua- lion, for parties of every description. Also, at tached, a Billiard m1ur. fitted up id superior style. Sleeping Kionn on tue premiers for families r Bingle eeiitlemen. The Bar is .applied with the choicest wines and liquors, and the proprietor, grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore entend ed to him, brg to assure the public that no Sains will be spired U give entire satisfaction to them and stranger vision Hon olulu. Y. A. Entrance by Fort, Hotel and L'uion sts. lf-12 HOTEL da GLOBE Restaurant Francais. JARDI.V, terrasse, deux billiards, cabinets, particu lar., etc, sirrice a la carte, vins,liqueun, rafraicln.'e- ,inenu, patisserie, etc. far I. rii..n.M &. a. Ait-UAiir-flonolulu, entries par King et ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 September 1854

1 School Si :kerel, d rice d boxes. ''lit. shoe do. JOB,. eel axM. Sic ' hog!, nitti, 'tt tapes, ads, L linen, uslim, .tocki, parasoli. nt. en, ' ICLES. salt and cestorg, h spring ine, ite zhf. era, ; kniTM ocs, hs. s posts , lettw lined. :ed and es, itenalt booki. enter derer, ies. Aleci WorU TiitJoi rry55 me i cca- jade, sotp reta, i xtet- it if i-tf no' li- VOL- Al. THE POLYNESIAN: pCBUSriED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OABU, H. I EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terms. Out cop per annum, ia advance, $6 00 Oaecpy six month, " 350 ! i i.t'i opi-, I Rate af Adrertialas. f 0Ml',r' (IS " ) fi"' arT. $ 00 J - " ..." e.,eh "'e, 85 : Half " (81iBeorlesfirstineertiow 50 I - " " " each continuance, jaj f Cirtii. Notice, kfc, not exceeding oae half square, :m year 5 00 "trit, S itice, etc nt ex-eediagoae aquare......B 00 i frl adtr.uing, not exceeding oae half column, 30 00 ? " " . . " " " column 60 00 I -p- reirly advertising limited to tbe advertiser's own busi-MS- , Lisa oaTiiwtTi Twenty-five cent per lin...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 September 1854

w 4 T u r P n t. v iv T! s i a jv Septejiber 16 il 1 i Hi ti KM I' 6 V . It 1 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1854. Where ca vfharves be Bail? In expressing our opinion that 41 it u quite time to commence some- exteBSwe wharves at a point in the harbor not so cr&niei as- the present wharves are," we uttered, m doubt, affairea, apparent to every respectable resident of Honolulu. But the Argus inquires where there is- procurable spot in the harbor for such work kr be constructed 1 Perhaps we have calculate?! too much upon the reasonable riews of property-holders, in overlook ing this point ; but with some four fifths of tbe water-front of our harbor lying unimproved, and perfectly valueless to its owners, it never occurred to us that a dog-ln-tbe-manger policy would be adopted, either by the government or private per sons owning the water-lots fronting on the harbor And we eincerely trust do such miserable course will be adopted, to retard improvements of this kind, the ma...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 September 1854

1 i r T 11 E P y A flf , SePT E.M D E R i 1 6, 1854.. "g" Jjuii U I 1J Pi I 1 11 ; .u&injskAL, MERCHANDISE. o-PROCLAMATION KaBCHaaita in, Kiaa or tub IIawiita: Iilasm. ' BE IT KVOWN, to all whom it may eonrertt, that w Kmaaarha HI., King of ibe Hawaiian lalanda, hereby proclaim our en. re neutrality in the war ww Mupeuding be Jwcea the maritime power ot Europe ; tkal our neutra ls u to be rearweted by H 4elli;ereot, n the- foil- extent of jBriidicnoB, waick by our fun.laraci.ial lam a U to the dia M,c of Jrtn league, whMiihiiK Cab of our inlands of Uii, Maui, Saboolawe, Laaai, Mlokai,Oaho, Kauai and t-.-ihin. tommeuritig at low water mark on nrh ,.r r.. 'uvt casi f aai inlands; aad tadiadea all tbe cJmmbU pa ( between and dividing a4 u4aNdg, from island to island tint 'I' captures nd ceiznres tnad wittrirrmir said jurisdiction ire ubIIuI; anl that the protection and hospitality of our ,rti, harbor and roada, snail be equally extended i all the ttllif'au, o long a tliey respect o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 September 1854

HOTELS &C. HOTEL De FRANCE. Freack Hotel. VICTOR CIIANCEREL, Proprietor beg to iafurm friend and (he public general ly, tbat be made exteasire iinproreiaei.U ib hi hotel premises, toil be now baa accom meda llion for pan in of every draerrption. Also, at- t ached, a billiard SaWx.n. fitted up in superior style. Sleewai Koomi oa :ie preniiwra ior laniiim ui uagie fciiuriucii. Bar it (applied with toe choicer! wines and liquors, ana ine proprietor, grateful fur (be liberal patronage heretofore eutend- el lo mio, bega to assure we public mat no pains in w to grre enure sattstacTioii to tfieut ana sirmjeri Tuning iw lulu. r. bL Entrance by Fort, Hotel and Uuion at. tf 12 HOTEL da GLOBE Restaurant Fraacais. JAROI.V, terrasse, deux billiards, cabinets, particn- leir. etc, service a la cane, Tins, uqtieui, rairaicmte- :nu, patisserie, etc. Par L FRAN'COM k. A. MEDAILLE. flonululu, entries par King et i'ort its. f;ite Hotel French Reataairaai, II-aeiala. SPACIOUS ar4 aad garden, bi hard...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 September 1854

io n, , ES. nd on. ug mc, VCS ted md :er- cl, rki ill- it: STT . " -' .-r- VOL. Al. j TE3 POLYNESIAN la fLBUsBED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I j EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terana. i copy per annum, in advance, I ot epy si imoBtna," $6 00 3 50 131 ' i.nv P" Rates of Advrrlislag. ' r.i;ure, (16 lines) first insertion, oo '. " " each continuance, gj Bit " (aiierUi)firrtiBrtio. "... 50 .' : - " . eontinaance 12 ; Ctrl'- Notice, noc exceediag ob half square, iktrtM,.... 5Q0 "vii. .Vnt'Ces, etc., not exceediagone squarr .... 8 00 rar!y advertising, not exceeding one half column , 30 00 " i- .. " Mlm 6000 i jy Vf fly "dvartiBtHf. limited to the advertiser's owa busi- tUii A"TisBiftiTs.Twenty-five cents per line for s nt iaemn, and one fourth cents for each sub je.it lasertioB. Subtrnption to th Polynesian ia payable isvABiAStr ; jj-.V.i triaiient advertisements will be inserted, cnxtss POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AND JOB PRIMING SUCH AS pants. Rll.f-S rp rvfn , .- wr t CA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 September 1854

t 1 1 5 78 The Poly jnesiajv, Septeiber 2 3, 1854. tasssssaaMfMBBBBBBBBBBsjaaaaai " u saaW. ,. - - - i I . I THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1854. The English Assuming the Protection of Greytown. Ia giving publicity to an article under the above caption in our issue of the 16th instant, the inad vertant omission of any remarks in reference there to, has, we regret to eay, been construed into an approval on our part of the exciting and slander ous language of the Kingston Morning Herald, a British colonial newspaper published at Jamaica. We are obliged to Capt. Bailey, of the U. S. Ship St. Marys, now in this harbor, for calling our prompt attention to the subject, and for stamping with unqualified falsehood the slanderous charges against the gallant Commander of the Cyane, and the people of the United States. In publishing the letter of Capt. Bailey, we im prove the occasion to say, that in re-producing the article in question, our prominent idea was, to lay before our reade...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 September 1854

1 t t V79 2t let,, -r4 -Al itH. "tta, .Mi as; or. f or e Ako. -tf 20-tf ' and oru sale. r tie ,ttL EN th ami. rest n to word 1 twe y."- rhich eiv?i s aai i aad f tb w re ft ; tc ; Mi. -tf. 5li.l1 ,f tht wb Tiva! 00 00 00 0 00 50 00 M 1 iai Lo fklV ;y. sn f d. Con- ition ivitg jber. Llow I. ana. 3Iack t HIPS. 1 R- ttor ids. t re- Datr- 0 tan. 0 t'l) o r i 1 11 PROCLAMATION I . mkh (i- Kia vr rac Hiwtiui Iilaicm. ' Be iT KSOWS, to all whom it way eoarera, that we fcuneaameoa Ku,K of tta Hawaiian Iland, hereby itllB Oor entire neutrality ia the war now irapeudmg be the great maritime powers of Europe ; thnt our neutra "V ... w iwetd bv all hllierat. tn tba full unt f tnnsdictio", nr1' b? futoiamenui law is to the di - .cirf "r,M "ague, aurr.mndmj each of our islands of n Maji, Kahoulawe, Lanai, Molokii, Oahu, Kauai and 5 ta 'ejmoieaeiHf at low water eaark on eacb of tbe reepec- r eo "f nd '"elude all tbe channels pss- , leto'eea and dividing aid isUnds, from island to island 'I t 1" ca...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 September 1854

an The, Polynesian September .23, .18 54. SAN FRANCISCO NOTICES. UCJ SECTIONAL FLOATING DRY J3 DOCK- This dock, located atMare Island, in the Bay of San Francisco. CaL, is now pre pared to dock ressels of any class or size. Materials of all kinds for repairs furnished, and the work expe ditiously done at the dock , at the market price. Rates of Dockaor. For Sail Vessels, first day, $1 per ton ; for lay days, 38 cents per ton, For3teamer under 200 feet keel, first day, f 1,40 per ton ; lay days 36 cents per ton. For Steamers oyer 200 feet keel, first day, $1,75 per ton; lav days 50 cents per ton. Office. NTo. 139 Front, near Pacificst., San Fran cises 6m-51 WELLS, FARGO Sc CO.,. Bankers, Commission Agents and Expres Forwarders, - Sam Fraaclac, Clifria. MITCHELL k. FALES. as emu ia Honolulu for the above firm will forward to 8aa Francisco, by Express, all package fiareala or letters for delivery in an? Dart of the l oiled states, Canada, or Europe. tf-47 THOMAS W. WALKER, Importer and...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 September 1854

2 extent f 'elect ckerel. 0L' XL HONOLULU, H. T.rSF.PTFMRFJ? 7, t- i i i . a . , idboxei. 'nt. ho do, iron, &C hose, mitta, "tttapea, tads, ii linen, uslijt. ent. cera, 18, ICLES. "It and castors, 18, h. eprirj ite tiar, lcrs, 5 knir ioes, Ihe, jointei lined. zed ai' ief itcriii booki. I entti derf?, ies Aleci rr. stbrr Work nitici :ry,'i . oi 6-i t U "no 21 c I'l JS. 'I 9 fHB POLYNESIAN ,, PUSHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, II. I EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terns. ' -tor per annum, i advance, $6 00 5 :S c..?j ",lB." " -3 50 ; ,;!f cpie'i 12 Rates of Advertising. Vi. i15 1,n?,J firsl $1 00 11 men rontinii o: (8 line or less) first insertion,...'."."...".". 50 lilt " " each CODIinuanra each continuance, . 12 '. .'.u Sctir, tc- 0o exceeding one half square. Kiwfr, . 5 oo .Voices, etc, not exceeding one square 8 00 .iri advertising, not exceeding one half column, 30 00 , - " . " " column, .... 00 T Vsarlr advertising limited to the advertiser' own busi-- TtjiL 4DfiTHcTf-Twentj-five cents ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 September 1854

82 The .Polynesian, September 30, 18 5 4 . THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, Ido4. y On account of the crowd upon our columns this week, we are obliged to oinit the proceedings at the inauguration of the President of Oaliu Col lege, and much other matter prepared for this issue. Court News. On Thursday, the 2Sth inst., at 10 o'clock, His Majesty gave an audience to Commander Thos. A. Dornin, of the U. S. Ship Portsmouth, senior of ficer of the U. S. Naval forces in the King's wa ters, who was accompanied by Hon D. L. Gregg, U. S. Commissioner ; B. F. Angell, Esq , U. S. Consul, and a number of officers from the Ports mouth and St. Marys. Capt. Dornin, upon being pres?nted, addressed His Majesty as follows : ' It affords me great satisfaction to have the honor, for the second time during my extended cruise in the Pacific, of a personal interview with YourMaiostv. I take the occasion again to assure vou and vour Government J.r t!i rpor.l. of the United Mates ot America in tfie w...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 September 1854

. . , iar-wrT uirr i t'Ttt- umt wn-Mtm :J -T""' "--tMM"MMWMMMMWiWW""W'M',l . ,, iMI m -M-T . -aai- a ... ..in.MMiMlMMMIIBMM4WMWWWiW " k pirit. lm. c gen r nei: ;eaerl quon, be . ?r. EX. choon. , en. CIL t nsv FISH oinir.j to bt ket. 3t 7 ns. nding, -tf LI In. 81-lY ro! Iemt above ecora Co. tizeno re i r.ow and inner. i;d it elrt-, opieci. , parts ut T- case, utiful ()-tf it. -AH t- ann. Vni t frill ttox 0 JOT. r or ?d bt Alc. -bt ' ano sort sale. rtr.f efQ ttr a. E? th. iina Tte n tft void s re ttr En hich ired arid anil the iror- Mr-tf- On 3 u t 1) o r i t ij PROCLAMATION! r ,T KNOWS to .11 l cjanuameba ill.. Ku entire neutral hom it may concern, that ingot the Hawaiian Iland. hereby . ... ...ir entire neutrality in the war now iihohiiIihi, 1'' . . ..vt maritirnA iHtuvri) of Pur.iA - f h - ..... . ' in respected by all belligerents, to the full extent o ' i-tiction. which by our fundamental lawa to ti. I IllB f r 9 auim t vu , IICUII - f f.'..! one ruariue league, urr..undin? each ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 September 1854

The Pol y n e si an , fc e p t emb e r , x o o . 84 SAN FRANCISCO NOTICES. UCJ SECTIONAL FLOATING DRY 5 DOCK. This dock, located at Mare Island, in the Bay of San Francisco, CaL, is now pre pared to dock vessels of any class or size. Materials of all kinds for repairs furnished, and the work expe ditiously done at the dock, at the market price. Hates of Dockaoe. For Sail Vessels, first day, $1 per ton ; for lay days, 38 cents per ton, Forf Steamers under 200 feet keel, first day, $1 ,40 per tori; lay days 36 cents pr ton. For Steamers over 200 feet keel, first day, $1,75 per ton; lav days 50 cents per ton. Office. No. 139 Front, near Pacificst., San Fran cisco 6m-51 WELLS, FARGO & CO., Hankers, Commission Agents and Eipres Forwarders, Saa Fraaciacss California. MITCHELL it F.M.E3, agents in Honolulu for the shore firm will forward to San Francisco, by Express, all package parcel or letters for delivery ia any part of the United states, Canada, or Europe. if 47 THOMAS W. WALKER, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 October 1854

" " I ' . t I t j Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terma. I Oat copy per annum, in advance,.... 1 One copy air. months, " .... I Siagl capias, .....16 00 a so 12i Rote of AaVertislao 0b q". (16 ) Art insertion, $1 00 " " each coatiauaace 25 Bi!f " (3 line or less) first iasertion, 50 " ! . " eh continuance, 12 Cirdi. Notices, c, not exceeding oae half square, hr Ihs year 5 00 V Card, Notices, etc, aot exceeding on square 8 00 isany uoiiist mm BxceeaiBj one nail column, 30 uu " " " " column, 60 00 Yearly advertising limited to tbe advertiser's ow busi- t L-.-0,,Tli,,,Tt- Twenty-five cents per line for lb bmi iBniu, mix ana one lourta cents for each eub- Client iasertiou. j jy Subscription to tbe Polynesian is payable ibvabiably jy.Vo transient advertisements will be inserted, crisis Itr.lD. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AND JOB PRINTING SUCH AS BOOKS. BILLS OF EirilAN'RE. CATALOGUES, HILLS OF LADING, BILLHEADS,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 October 1854

0 c to ber 7 , 1854 86 The Pol Y5ESIA5 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1854. Oahn College. Had the visiter at the Sandwich Islands in 1820 bien told, that in one generation from that date a system of ehoola for the education of the youth of the entire nation, and a High School for the more advanced branches would have been in operation, he might reasonably have been excused for his in credulity. The advance in civilization and Chris tianity implied by such a state of facts, might reasonably have been doubted. In no nation under heaven had such success followed the introduction of Christianity and letters, in so brief a period, and no precedent existed, upon which to found a hope that such a result wpuld be attained here. And yet, for many years past, history has record ed the fact that these schools and this higher sem inary have existed ; and they do exist and are in operation this day. But while these beneficent and indispensable institutions, transplanted from another land, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 October 1854

' ' ' 1 - Tir - m ' tt . - . a- x -r . r : r O L Y N E S I A If 7 - 87 - PROCLAMATION ! .-rd"'H in-, Kino or tin Hawaii Ait Iilakdi. -PlT SMiw-'i wnoai it mar concern, that w K lUaiehameba III.. Riagofib Hawaiiaa Isiaad, hereby aeutrality ia til war mow impeudtef be- UiCUl, ' 1 ., w..u, Kauai ana t - ... It afeAnJaurA 1 . . U I . . k- . v- 1 . . NiitMi eJiBmec'B iw water atari on eacn of tbe respec- p" an me CDanaers p- t Kta aad dividing eaid talaada, from ieland to isiaad ! iv.t ll capturra ad eetsurea made within our aaid jurisdiclioa i . ilah' i " ,DM l" P"eu.in and hospitality of our I rl. harbor aed road, shall be equally esieaded 10 all the Liitefeali, e hwi a wey respect our aeutrality. I lU lurU,,r k,ow"i whom it may concern, that i ' ifr,y itnetly prohibit all our eubjecta, and all who reeide ! I eurjaridieUon, from engaging either directiy or ladt- ? ttif i prieawi- k mpping or commerce of nay jMt bt liS'"" ""rH PaUy ot being treated and -iwhdaapiraies. f r&j ear fala...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 October 1854

If O.C TO s V." i i A ; SAN FRANCISCO NOTICES. TT CI RF.CTIONAL FLOATING DRY U 5 DOCK. This dock, located at Mare Islnad, in the Bay of San Francisco. Calais now pre pared to dock Teasels of any class or size. Materials of all kinds for repairs famished, and the work expe ditiously done at the dock, at the raarxet price. Hates op Dockage. For Sail Vessels, first day, f 1 per ton ; for lay days, 39 Antc TWr ton. For Steamers under 200 feet keel, first day,$l,40 per ton; lay days 38 cents per ton. For Steamers over 200 feet keel, first day, $1,75 per ton; lav days 50 cents per ton. Office. No. 139 Front, near Pacificst., San Fran cisca 6m-51 WELLS, FARGO &. CO., Dankcrs, Commission Agents and Express Forwarders, Sum Fraaclsco, California. MITCHELL Jt FALE3. agents ia Honolulu for the above firm willforwaiM to Francieco, by Express, all Pck.C parcels or lettera for delivery ia any part of me it uitea TnOMAS TV. WALKER, Importer and Jobber Of Mra'i, Vn' ft. CkiHreVa Bm1s & Shoe,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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