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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 December 1854

V- a . . fit it 1 if l !8. fe Wi!i jriiif tjwr dut itici t eS t tit T esti- w pUct va jnott it7 J&U- Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN ,j fCSUSBED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. EDWIN O. II ALL, EDITOR. Terms. One copy par annum, in advance,... $8 00 Oae day ail montha, " ....3 50 SiBl ejpiea, 1S Rate T Advertiaiag. 0niqiir, (15 llaee) 6rt iaaertioa, $1 0 each continuance,.... 3 Half " (3 ''' fleaa) fir insertion,.. S . " each continuance...... . 13 Ctrl. Notice, fce., set exceeding on half square, ev the year,....v 5 00 Vdj, Notices, ate, not exceeding one square 8 00 f early a4veriitng,aot exceeding one balf columu,30 00 " " " colnma, ....60 OJ y Yearly aJrartising limited totneadvertieer'eowa buti- Lhl a.DTiaTisiifa.sTs. Twf nry-five cent per liaa for nrjt iasertioa, and six and oa fourth ceata for each snb quent iasertioa. j-y subscription to the Folyneeiaa it payable isvaaiaBLV IK DVCC. 2j- No-traaieat advertiaemenU will be inserted, cbless POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY B...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 December 1854

,.,,. i, Ti,c. ..J r - ' ii-- -""-'- y 1,1 "' " '"" """ " ' ""' 130 T h e Polynesian, December 23, 1854. fflE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1854. Court News. The Court has gone into mourning for three months, for the death of Hid late Majesty, lyog Kauiehameba III. The Funeral of Ilis late Majesty will take place on Saturday, the 30th of December, agreeably to public notice, which, will Iw given hereafter. At the Privy Council of the 16th, the Ministers of the late King offered their condolence, and 'laced their respective Port-folios, at the disposal of Ilia present Majesty, King .Kamehameha IV. The Members of His Privy Council followed this example. - All assured Ilia Majesty of their loyal attachment and faithful Allegiance. It pleased the King to address His Council in the following words: "Chiefs I have become by the Will of God, your Father, as I have been your Child. You must help me, for I stand in need of help. "To you Ministers, and other high officers of Mats oi Uur ...

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

POCLAMATION ! -iHCH III-, RlSO OP THI Hawaiian IlLlRCI. " :i . inn Idiini- Burr .11 n Jmr each uf our ..ttani!.. "" tft ii, ,,J 'Ie. Linai, M. lokaj, Uditt, kauai aud ''" 'ua:neiici.ie t ' water uiark o.. each ol (be rrepec N.i iU ilnd; and tocludei all the rbnuei p.iss 'rti and '-milinc raid ,atiida, troui island to island " C)..iurei " e.r.ure inid uilhin uuraaid Juri.-dutu.ii '. i-iii; "a hlt ,lie Pr 'lec 1 hupitalit- of our ax r"id' "h" b equally ti t, ded to all the I.mir a Hipy icvectvur neutrality. j ,jr ra ce of llmjlulu, rbis ICtu day of May, I&54. K A At Ell AM ell A i Am jjt uie Kitj and Kuhiaa Nui. It. C. U'tiur. fi Resolution passed by tb Kin and Priry Council on o:tio;J"'e, "'.M i'a t ia tiie o.rt ..t t!ii eutral Kingd m, t!ie pri .i J -'" ' exten el ri tally aud i in part i lly to all cukVk v and pr if ma le by uin vesrl!t of the ' P rul-. bJi no autlioriry ca . be drlegaied b. any t itsrtt- ,r" and dt:re lawful su-n prizrc, aull tar (ir.'perty ihe if, itni Ij Kin...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 December 1854

132 The Pol yjtjes ian, December 23, 1 854. SAN FRANCISCO NOTICES. WILLIAM G. BADGER, Importer & Commission Merchant Wheleeale Dealer ia Ready Made CUihiax, No. 99 Battery St., Saa Kranclsco. 6moe-12 HOTELS &C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CHANCEREL, Proprietor, bf to iufonn hi friend and the public eeneral ly, that be bas made extensive Improremeuta in bis hoi el d rem ikes, to at he sow haa a ceo 'n mod a- Mil ml tiona for partira of every drecriptioa. tacked, a Billiard Saloon, fitted as In auperior etyle. Sleeping &ooma on the premise for familiea or sin(le frentlemen. Tne Bar i supplied with the choicest erinea and liquor, and tbe proprietor, grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore entend ed to him, beg to assure the public that no pains will be spared to five retire satuficuoa to them and stranger riaiiinf Hon olulu. P. B. Entrance by Fort, Hotel and Union at. tf 12 HOTEL da GLOBE Restaurant Francais. JASDIX. terra, deux billiard, cabineu, particn- '...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 December 1854

BKKaj f hi fee. ' a 'i t k X' '-i i? i i s It. Tin- - da, wag. i7-tf h tL CO dt aee c:- ustt I-ck ntcbe coa. ed, i: la. iiin. ertie tmoct Kwt is, tt etabit ratica, se de maci, epro. eduff- !SSE( remt inlecn that j rigor e it in ; tieir rcrt. ealicg cfcoict it that list of te 1, an:, rth. larirg use oi id JOB In the r eight lis lei: The targed ulcert id t such; d low most e hac camt c pre e and bores seti to h md rapid efee- ilaid, itate- , A..B. ont adaa. 1849. with uring ished hoot tine d the tioi tit not pisrt t i nior foci TOUT field on' J t my man- Ait. notr s. uL A.B-ltos- uta 0WA ded. iJt rch- been roii ttin ; f ptie fSSt" ined aifj in jdi-i rtii' tie 8B , ret. k r Vol. XI. THlI POLYNESIAN !S ?J;JLI3!IE0 WEEKLY AT .HOXOLULU, OAHU, Hi ;edvin o. hall, editor. Term. Oat opy Per annum, in advance,. Oas opy sis months, " 3ia;Ie copies, $6 00 3 50 121 Rale of Advertising. One iquri, (ICUnet) first insertion, $ t ' 0 1 . each continuance, 25 H.lf ' f3 line or less) first insertion, 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 December 1854

134 fflE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1854. BY AUTHORITY. The following official correspondence on the melan cboly event of the death of the uti Kixo, and on the accession to the Hawaiian Throne of His Majesty, Kixg Kamehamfjia IVth, is published fur general in- iormation. OPEN CIRCULAR .To all Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Agents at the King's Court, sent round by special messenger, at iz noon, on me loin jfecemoer, to oe snown to eacn, and re-produced to each, officially, on the 16th. It has pleased Almighty God to remove, from this world. His latb Majestt, Kixa Kamkhameha in, at the Palace, this day, at a quarter before 12, A. M. Palace, Dec. 15, 1854. R. C. WYLLIE. OPEN CIRCULAR To all Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Agents, at the King's Court, sent round by special messenger, at a quarter to one P. M., on the 15th December, and re produced to each, officially, on the ICth. His Rotai Highxess, Prince Liholiho, has ascend ed the Throne under the style of Kamehameha IV, a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 December 1854

e?t rer (1- It PROCLAMATION. Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to remove fcjaj this world our beloved Sovereign, ilia late stv, Kamehameha III ; and whereas, by the i'jl of ls late Majesty, and by the appointment j Proclamation of His Majesty and of the House j fables, His Royal Highness, Prince Lihouho, declared to be His Majesty's Successor. There tjK, Public Proclamation is hereby made, that priace Alexander Liholiho ia KING of the Hawai ian Islands, under the etyle of KAMEHAMEHA j. God Preserve the King. public notice is hereby given, that the Funeral of g;s late Majesty, King Kamehaneha III, is post al till Saturday, the 6th of January. In all Vhtf rjsp-cts the Praramms issued is t. be ob- Palace, 25th December, 1854. rOC LA MAT! ON KtHIB III., KlVG or TH I!lilllS IsLAHDS. BE IT KNOWN', to all whom it may concern, that we .iieiiameba III.. King of i lie Hawaiian Islands, hereby .Ill:n dui eutre neutrality in tbe war now impending be 'r tlie great maritime power of Europe; th...

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

""v, ... i'.h'Wiiiiihii" "' " :wrir " ' ' ' MMW" " ""' "' "" " i i i m in ii- .muni.. msmHiiI liwini ""' " ''-""" "' I Ton T tt "p. Pri T, v xESi an, December 30, 18 5 4. 3 i i XOU -A -- .Msssaaaaaaaaaaaaa.aaaas.s.s.s.sssaaaaa.a i . . - i - - I. ' .I.. i i , SAN FRANCISCO NOTICES. WILLIAM G. BADGER Importer & Commission Merchant, Wholesale Dealer im Remdy Made Clocking, No. 99 Battery St., San Francisco. Cmoa-12 HOTELS &C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CHANCEREL, Proprietor, keg 10 Inform hi friends ad tlis public f eaera.1 ly, tiiat be faa made extensive improvements in hi hotel premiaet, taat be now baa accommoda tion for caxties of ererv description. Also, at tached, a Billiard Saloon, fitted op in superior atyle. Sleepirrg Rooms oa tlie premises for families or single gentlemen. The Bar is supplied witb the choicest wines and liquor, and tbe proprietor, grateful for tbe liberal patronage heretofore entend d to him, beg to assure tbe public tbat no pain will be sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 January 1855

i I i 'a i ;edo. LP004- io, s, mtr- haters, lowing ast do, 7 and Si ink. ins. each, tedt? f ship lected retail ep&t- , levt nt ot twin? the, lints. P 4- fit of a ir iB St. SI irt Vol. XL THE POLYNESIAN ptBLI3HEO WEEKLY AT jHO.VOLCLC, OAHU, H. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Term. Oa OPT Pr uoi. ia advance, S 00 Oss c py six months, ....3 50 Sia(l copiss, 12$ Rate af Aslvertiaiag. Oss qif. (I Haea) rt insertion, i 0 " each eantinuaaee....... 25 Half " (8 Iibm or leu; firct iasertioa, .... 50 u " each continuance, i Carls. Notice, fce.', aolKceeding one half equare, by the rear, 5 00 Cards, JIitic,teaotxcediBtonaaquare.......8 00 faarly adrariismg.BOt exceeding oae half column, 30 00 . " " " column 60 00 jy Yearly airertiaiag limited to thaadvertiarr'aowa busi- "lIou. Aoirnt!T. Tweaty-five centa per line for ik ant iaeortioa, aad ail aad one fourth cents for each sub ,Mtit iasertioa. Subwriptioa to the Polynesian is payable ivaaiiai.Y DTC. $y So traaient advertisements will be inserted, cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 January 1855

The Poly n esi a y J a s u a r y 6 , 1 8 5 5. 138 i i "A 4 i fflE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY C, 1855. BY AUTHORITY. TiIE PUBLIC we notified thai it ha, pleased the King to make known liii pleasure to take the Oath prescribed ly the Constitution, and that the Will of Hia late Majesty, be read, in the large Native Church, on Monday, the 8th instant. Ilia Uajesty uroiKMea, aitof n arda, w address His subject. The Church will be opea at hair put 11, A. M., and flii Ma jesty will arrive at 19, noon. The Governor! and the Mxratial will take care to prevent the Church from beinf over -crowded. sJeau will be set apart for the Lad.es of the Court and other Ladies, for the Representative and Consuls of Foreign Xa tioas, and for Foreign Officer. Obsequies of His late Majesty. To-dat, according to public notice heretofore giten, the last tribute of affection and respect will be paid to His late Majestj Kavehaueiia Hid. The religious exercises will take place at the Palace, previous to the fo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 January 1855

' 1 TT E PhrT;7irTFivfi i .itf a CItttY a JwOvl rt.T Til R ft ft . 139 , - -" J A A A V -TV 0.1 J 2. IV X V "'I U U U i ' ' i : : ; . HiLLi:'ll jJiruUCljCHi-iELl. PROCLAMATION.' : jTberaaflt it has pleased Almighty God to remove . t ! - .tr.-ki-lil 41111. Ku i li-o. I St. ,r Aval wn Ilia l.il iaiestv, Kamehameha III ; and whereas, by the fVjjfof Ilis late Majesty, and by the appointment j proclamation of His Majesty and of the House i?ubles, His Royal Highness, Prince Liholiho, f ' ".Lvkred to be His Majestr'a Successor. There in., kli Prorl;l.mt,irwi in kaKv wnAa - tltnt j 11 - - . - . J j V J lUWAG wUAU Alexander Liholiho is KING of the Hawai '.'iJanJa. under the style of KAMEHAMEHA . PCCLAMATJON X riaiKllt' Kj0 THI IJWIIA!iLADS. r lT KNOWS, t all whom it may concern, that w Kamewameba HI-. King of th Hawaiian Islands, hereby our entire neutrality in tbe war now impending be- f . mil aiariuea powers of Europe : that oar neutra ii respected by all belligerents, to the full extent o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 January 1855

'A I 140JI SAN THAN CISCO NOTICES.! WILLIAM G. BADGE Rj Importer fc Commission Merchant, Wholesale Dealer ia Ready Made CUlfelag, No. 99 Battery St., 8aa Francisco. . , 6moa-13 HOTELS &C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CHAXCEREL, Proprietor, beet io inform hi friaada and tba public general ly, Uat be baa made exteaaive Improvements ia tiu boiel premises, tbat ba mow ea accommoaa tioas for partH-a f every description. Abo. at- lached- liiliurd Saloon, fitted op ia auperior atyle. sleepin Rooma am the premises for fainiliea or ainrle r entlemea. T Bar ia aupplied with the eboiceit wines and liqnora, aad the proprietor, grateful lor toe noerai patronage Heretofore tni d to him. kee-a to assure the public that no naias will beapared to rive entire saiiafaction to them and siraneers visiliag Hon olulu. P. 8. Catraace by Fort, Hotel and Uaioa eta. tf 12 HOTEL da GLOBE Restaurant Francais JARDI?f.teri-ase. deax billiarda. eabiaeta, particu ' leira, etc, arrriee a la carte, vina,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 January 1855

4 trt. do. el, do, be, a'td, io. and rs, do, r. tl lea. ts, iern. lata. 'tofi larr lue ma ilt! aim tt' lire !.iie I of and taU be tea er as' I stt. 1- rck do. k. i . S! ete Jli oa, rn. Lit do At tt' t -A tt t 0 Vol. AA. THE POLYNESIAN j rCBLISHED WEEKLY AT .HOXOLULTJ, OAHtf, B EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Term. Oatcopr per Banana, ia advance, ...$6 00 Oae copy x month! , " " 3 50 jiggle copi"? 2 J , Rates af Adrertiaia. ()1.,al,re)(lSllBee) first insertion, $1 f0 " each continuance, 25 flilf " (8 lines or less) first insertion, 50 n" . - ack continuance . 12$ r.rdf Notice, Itcnotexeeeding one half square, fthe year .. 5 00 "ird' Notices, etc, not exceedmgone square 8 00 VMrlvad vertising,ot exceed ingeae half column, 30 00 " " " " column 60 00 I j-yearly ad vertisiag limited tetheadvertiaer'sowa busi '. . A....TiaM rsTwentv-fivei cents ner liae for , m oral iasenioa, man aim a vh iuiuih uaii iix vku au ii Luent iBsertioa. " 1 fj- Sub-cripttoa to tb Pelyaesiao. la payable umimT I , Dca. T ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 January 1855

, tMwmiirt'Ti' . iSiW. -i . -- - iMl-gMM-iirti.-JuiOTtf" -rfTt1lr""1r'M-'"f"i g'" - uwiiM wr. imirtiii i ' ' '"" " " ' ' 142 The Polykesiam, Jasuart 13, 1855. i i ffiE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1855. Faneral of His Late Majesty, Kamehame- ha III. The inclement weather of last week occasioned the postponement of the obsequies of His late Ma jesty till Wednesday last, the 10th inst. , when they took place with all the solemnity, and every mark of respect and affection which could be shown by an affectionate people for a beloved Sovereign. In anticipation of that event, preparations had been made during the preceding week, and at 5 o'clock on the morning of the 10th, all the streets through whichf the procession was to pass, and more than a mile and a half in extent, were thickly cov ered with grass and rushes, over their entire width, which rendered them, notwithstanding the recent heavy rains, very comfortable to pass over. Long before 10 o'clock, the people began to as sembl...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 January 1855

1 PROCLAMATION. fherea, it has pleased Almighty God to remove fcaa this world oar beloved Sovereign, His late Hijestr, Kamehatneha HI; and whereas, by the tt-tfl of Hii "to Majesty, and by the appointment ad Proclamation of HisMijestyand of the House -f tables, His Koyai Highness, Prince Lihouho. tru declared 10 oe ins .Majesty's successor. , There Lre. Public Proclamation is hereby made, that pnuce Aiexiwuer iuuuuu is iv.i- u oi toe Hawai ian Islands, under the style of KAMEHAMEHA rf . God Preserve the King. ' . PROCLAMATION! Jmimmii m., iCma r tub Hiwhuh IsLaans. . BS IT KNOW., to all whom it mar concern, that we fcamsUameha HI.. Kinj of n llawaiiaa Islands, beraby -scUli Mr 4" aautraiuv ia tb war mow iuineadinf b ,mm tie C rait maritime power of Euroue; tan uur neulra- Ul. u to be respected by all l.lltgernu, to the full extent of -r jurisdiction, waica njr our luudaniental law ta to tu dis ,ca ! oa manna league, Mirrotadiaf each of ear lelaada of wiiw, uau, juoiuiai, liana, Kaua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 January 1855

i ; 1 J t' i i i - " """ W w MI rr , mmm- n T- n ii -m- it -r " T "T " ' wmmmmtaatmmM - - - - 142 t T h e P ox y -y e s i a x , January 13 , 1 8 5 5. . SAN FRANCISCO KOTICES. WILLIAM G. BADGER, . Importer fc Commission Merchant, Wholesale Dealer ia Ready Made Clothing, No. 99 Battery St., Saa Francisco. 6roos-12 HOTELS &lC. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CHAXCEREL, Proprietor, beg i 10 iuform hi friends and the public general ly, tbat he bas made extensive improvements in hit hotel premise!, tbat he now has accommoda- tiont for partiea of every dt-seription. Also, at tached, a Billiard Saloon, fitted op ia superior style. Sleeping Rooms on the premise for families or single gentlemen. The Bar isvupplied with tbe choicest wines and liquors, and tbe proprietor, grateful for the liberal patrouags heretofore entead ed le him, begs to assign the public that no pains will be spared to give entire satisfaction to them and strangers visiting Hon olulu. P. 8. Entrance by Fort, Hot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 January 1855

v. follow 4 '4 i V J lit! Ol Vol. XI. saaaaaaBawaMBBaBBaaaaaaaaaa ----- 3 ja.e -a. . a a. i a, ji asv. XKJ'JtJ THE FOL x jhESI uPJJi.HU Wiiitr AT HO.VOLOLU, OAHU..H EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terms. Obs "PT praaaum. Out e py it manta, jle copies,......., ia advance,. . 00 ..3 S3 Rates af AaVertiaiai;. ua,, jure, (18 lines) first insertion, f I 0 etcti continuance,.. ......... 35 fltlf " (8 line or less) firstinsertion 50 4 " -each dmtin'iance...... . l.J Csrls. Vatiees, .c, wot exer-eding one half iquara, bvr Die year,.... .5 00 Carao, $ ttces, etc. ! ax -eedintone aqnarr 8 00 Pearly aiveriisiug,nol exceeding oae half column, 30 00 " " " " eolnmn 60 OJ ty yearly tdvertisingtimited to tbeadvertiser'to wn busi Sl. Lt oiTiiTt. Twraty-fie cents per line for firu iaertian,aBl six and oaa tourm eautt for each ub- , t ineroa. fy -i jbriiuoa to the Polynesian i s payable tabiislv -y ij transient adrartieemtnU will be inserted, calkis PJLITXESI A.V PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK A N D JOB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 January 1855

146 The Polynesian , Jan uary 20, looo THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1855. COURT news. The King hell a Court oa Tuesday, the 16 th instant, . ..Lethe Representatives and Consuls of Foreign Nations, and the Commanders and officers of Foreign fchipa-of-war in Port His Mijesty was accompanied by His Royal Highness Prince K&mehimeha, and Her Royal Highness the Prin cess Victoria Kamamalu; the Ministers and several of the nigh Chiefs and Members of the Privy Council were present Wm. .Miller, Esqufre, Her Britannic Majesty's Con sul General, as the Senior of the Diplomatic Corps, ad dressed the King, as follows : On behalf of my colleagues, and my own, I very sin cerely congratulate your Majesty on your accession to the Throne. By carrying out the principles of good government which we, with pleasure, heard your Majesty express in your Inaugural Addrcssess, you will be strong in the sympathy and good will of our respective governments, and in the Loyalty and support of your Pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 January 1855

. PROCLAMATION X CiatM"1"4 " Kins Hawaiian IlLARDl. Br IT KNOVVSi 10 wnom it may concern, that we Ktaeaameha III-. King of the Hawaiian Islands, hereby our aatira aeutralitr ia th rar bow imoeadini be- jWt.. fhc sreat maritime powers of Europe ; that our neutra- a w be respected by all belligerents, to the full extent of eriteicfoB. wnicn oy our lun.iamental lawi is to the dia of oae marin league, surrounding each of our inland of r.ui. Maui, awraun, aaaai, asoioaai, uahu, Kauai and .. r.Hnneaeiuc at low water mark on each of tha r-i,e- !! osn ( slaads; and include all the rbaanela pau- - M(rea ana wviuio( aiu raianus, irom island to ulaud . ti captures ad seizures made witiiin our said jurisdiction .uui; and that tne protection and hospitality of our " nirbtm aid roads, snail be equally extended to all the mttu, so lout as they respect our neutrality. be it further kaowa, to all tvhom it may concern, that i .,rW strictly prohibit all our subjects, and all who reside , ! nur jurisdi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 January 1855

-4 ;! : t -f i J j48 The Polynesian, January 20,1 855. SAX FRANCISCO NOTICES. WILLIAM G. DADliER, Importer & Commission merchant, Wholesale Dealer la Ready Made Clothing, 99 Battery St., San Francisco. aio-13 HOTELS &C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CIIANCEREL, Proprietor, -Mgt io I u form bt friends nd tb public f cneral- - - - L. - l . . - ,uHw am h bui iiMuiTi 'hproTHNi:!! ii ni hotel premi, taat ba bow ka accommoda tions lor parties of rvery drscnvtion. H rackad a Billiard Saloon, filled up in iu parmr style. Sleeping Rooms ob tha premises for familiea or single centlemen, me Bar Unapplied with the choicest wiaes nd liquors, and the proprietor, grateim iot toe liberal patronage heretofore ei. tend ed la him, bcii to assure tha public that on oaioi will he inured so jrive entire aatisfoction to them and airancei a visiting H.ju- miu. s P. S. Entrance by Fort, Hotel and Union its. if 13 HOTEL da GLOBE Restaurant Francais. JARDI.V, terrasse, deux billiards, cabinet!...

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