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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 January 1855

f " E. reei 1 n V: Ji 4. o.. 18 0 Or leg. i Its, Lines, do. es. M'td, stzss. do.. s arid CO, ir. I lief. )t. tterc, ha:. i: ci inar .rr.t- fOXtt pais Lc- OE. :ket rovr.t rY.i' :k 0: aii hi CI id ba T0- aita cat- it fUe 11 fan OL. AI. THE S'OIiYBSIAN i: iV'J-lCLV AT HUJ.VJLULU, OAUU, H EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Terms. ,n P'r aoaiim.ia advance, $6 00 0i; c -pv ' maoihi, " 3 50 i.l,'l CJji., Hi Rate af Adreniaiaz. Uie -l irt . . iHwiiiun,.. 91 1 u Hi.f (8 linei or lea) first insertion, 60 1-1 " " each contin ianre i ririi. VJtieet, e.,noteiceeliogoae kalfaquare, I r Hi rear, 5 00 .V .lice, etc, mil ex.-eediag one square 8 00 f rflrli' iJveriisiug.Biit exceedingnue half column, 30 00 f ' " " " " column 60 OJ I Teirly aJverlitiag limited to theadrertiarr'towa busi- V'it'-L DcT!iiwTi. Twpnty-fiv cent per line for jf, r ar-t i.ertion,and ix and one fourth cents for each sub ' i it iertion. . subscription to the Polynesian i payable hctaKiablt y to't'CE. - 'j traint advertisement! will be Inse...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 January 1855

tTi-ri in i- i n in " 1 " " """"" '" '' '"" ' '" " "" -1 """"""""" """ ' '"in'1 mm L , n , -rlimii ! - .llllIHllllll lift hWTt j5Q . - The Polynesian, Jauauy 27, 1855. ! 1 4 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, I8f,5. United States. Tie lost mail brought the President's Message to Congress, which met at Washington on the 4th of De cember. Being a document of some six or seven solid columns, we, of course, have no room for it entire. The following is a brief synopsis of its more import ant topics, from the California Chronicle: . First, Che President is thankful for national pros perity. Leaves other nations to transact their own business, and claims the same right for ourselves. Is expansive. Treat of the rights of neutrals. Opposes Prussia's application for a renunciation of privateering. British Reciprocity Treaty rather fishy. Boundary line in Washington Territory in dispute " Fifty-Four Forty or Fight. ' Consul Dillon's case no intended insult to France. Soule's difficulty sett...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 January 1855

-23r T he- Pol yn esia, n , January 27, 18 5 5 . 151 J3U aUSfjOUMLJ. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE &.c . ASSORTED JUKRCHANDISE. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. PROCLAMATION I KltHtH in.. Kiss r TBI HaWallAS IlUUDl. BE if KNOWN, to all whom it may eonrrrn, that we Kimetiameha ill- King of ih Hawaiian lalanda, hereby rtfcUio out eat.re neutrality in the war bow iaio..aia be vreatb great maritime power of Europe; tbi our neutra lly it to be respected by all hei liferents, to tu full extent of aJt jnrwilctioa. whicb by our fundamental law ia to t dil utee of oae marine league, aurr.iuailia eacb of our island of Hn. Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokai, Oabu, Kiuai and -iiihau, commencing at low water mark on each of tbe rrec 'urt coaU f aaid ilaad; and include all tbe rhxnne't p,s ,Bg between and irjding aid raUnda, front iola. d to island ,i ill capture ad tenure made wiintn our caid jurisdiction ftt anla-lui; and that the protect! -u and boKpicality of our rti, harbor and road, shal...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 January 1855

J AN IT A R Y 27 1 855. 152 T H E P O L Y'N E S I A IT SAN FRANCISCO NOTICES. WILLIAM G. BADGER, Importer 6c Commission Merchant, Wholesale Dealer ia Read? Mad CUtaing, No. 99 Battery St., Saa Francisco. 6mos-)2 HOTELS &.C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CHAXCEREL, Proprietor, keea to iuform iu friendi and the public fenai al ly. Uit be bi made extentive iiitproveuiecto in hi. bote I premiMt, to at b now baa accoiumuiia itioBffor L-anit-s it every description. Also, at tacked, a Billiard Saloon, fitted up in aupenor style. Sleeping Rooms on tiie premises fur families or siogla pei.tlemen. The Bar is nupplied with the choicest winei nnd liquors, and the proprietor, grateful lor tbe liberal patronage heretofore entrnd d to aim. ber to assure the public that no pains will hespared to jrn'S enura satisfaction to them and airaageia visiting Hun- fclUlll. 1". S. Entrtoee by Fort, Hotel and Union st. if IS HOTEL do GLOBE Restaurant Francais. ff - J.4.RDIN, terra w, deua billiard...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 February 1855

la Mm li 111 ( Vol. XI. HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 3, 1855. No. 39 I ,r uliiD WiSELV AT HONOLULU, OAHU. H. L i.j"' ZJ.VIS O. IIALU EDITOR.. " . par aia a.i alvance, $6 00 ,c k n im, " " 12 il.il af llrrrti.ia , i-, (t' '") it iBaertioB, ........ 0 " ' ic i c Klin i.are,.... ....... j j orls) 4mi ierti.... ........ 51 i eac-i c tia iia.-..... . 1 i t tiees, ke., not eic.-edia gone b .If sqiare, - 5' , faacea, etc.. . .t et ee.tiws ne j''ar- 8 )0 a'v ,v-eriiirig,B.it excfiBfie half coloai. ,3 00 44 c-ltinia 60 0 , f.trlf ilverlisiBf '.iiaitedtolheadrertisrr'rowB busi tartar u!iti.-TrfT tf cents per liae fur t in-wi , ana six. aaa on. liiuua c. i .. - I in erti.'U. ,nrri;Ujali) to Palyoasiaa le payable iwabiabl set. . traa.ient ldvertisera-.ls win t nwnM.cKtw ..i.vy:.i v v pnvn OFFICE. I PLJUS A.Dr'ACT J3li A.D JJB PttlMIXfi .DIM a ? . . BiLI.-J OF KXC AXG E, . it iUOfW BILLS, UA,p .n is R PUPiimrS. nHUP WILLS, BUSINESS CARDS. 1.(2111-' . rnrjin " ,rter and general Coin-iii- Merchant, I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 February 1855

Tka The Polynesian, Febr uary 3, 1855. : MMMlMWMMi1" 1 ' - . I fflE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1855. Frail Trees. We are indebted to Dr. Ilardy for the following catalogua of fruit trees which are of superior vari eties and can be obtained at the nurseries in San Francisco or Sacramento. By r Jerence to the communication of A Travel ler, in the present number, it will be seen that there is a fine belt of country in Kona, Hawaii, where fruits of the temperate Zone will thrive as well as in their own country. From other sources of in formation we also learn that a similar belt of ele vated country exists on Maui, around the base of Hale-a-ka-la, where it is known that peaches grow thriftily and bear well, but the quality hitherto introduced there, has been inferior, and hardly worth the raising. - In view of the natural advantages of these and other-similar tracts on the islands, we take pleas ure in calling the attention of residents to the fa cilities now offered for procurin...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 February 1855

... ' - - - - -. . . 1 , - - - ran 1 H E P L Y If E S I A If Feb r u a r y 3 1.8 5 5 - , . aaaS aaB nana, a ssaa M 155 11 1-4 1 SsaaeliJ io. j s -I AC B B 4 PROCLAMATION! Kaartasarw m.. Kim sr mi Hawaiian Itua-a. re IT KNOWN, w tl wbmi t may coarrra, that wa K K.aatkajnaa IIL. King ef ilia Hawaiian Ialaada, breby VUiB ui aur neutrality ia to war bow impeding l n .. tha mat aaannma power or torow : thai oar Butra- ., it to b respected by all blliferent, to tha full iient of .... iarisaictioa. which by our fundamental lawa is to tiia dis- ct of aa marina league, urruadia each of our talaadaof aT.saik Mam, Kaboolaw, Laaai, Molokat, Oaha, Kauai and Kukiu, commcaeing at low watar mirk o aacb of tha respac n coasts of aaid ialaada; and include ail the channel pass- uf between and binding aia iaianas, irom island to lalaad , .ii capture ad seiiure made wittria our aatd jurisdiction are aalawful; and that the protection and weepitahtj of our a.!, harbor and roaae, aaaii oe oauaiiy iieHded t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 February 1855

ms 1855 F 'E 'B R U A It Y - O , t ! " - T ti k P O L Y N E S I A' i i .- V j IIOUSKS. LANDS. fcc ;: FOR SALE. AN allotment of Land suitable for Building pur poses, situated on the Nuuanu Road, opposite the residence of Dr. Judd. Tor terms, &c, apply to C. A. TAKER, Marine street, Ilonolulu. Also, a Lot at Waikiki, formerly known as the GoodaleLot. Apply as above. 33 tf THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE Oil LEASE, T AND on the different isianos, buiwm AJ growing of wheat, cane, coffee, or for general agricultural purposes. GRAZING LANDS of any extent. 3 ALSO TOWN LOTS . - i 1 av-.J Vi a in Honolulu and Lahaina. 32-6m W. II. PEASE. LAND FOR SALE. BETWEEN four and fire hundred acres of good land, -well suited for cultivation or grazing, on East Maui; nearly surrounded by the land now oc cupied by Dr. Fo'rd as a sheep pasture. Ihe name ( me iauu A-e Also to be leased, about 600 acres of good land ad joining Makawao, and the land or ur. woou; . wooded, with good water, elevated and coo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 February 1855

I!',' -iTa- ' t 4 1 1. ; 1? . I ' X II I I Vol. XL HONOLULtl, H. L, FEBRUARY 10, 1855; No. 40 .. fCBUSHEO WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, ft. I- EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Tarawa. oh wpy p BU- d'f c .cpys. months," " T?, eopii Rate at" Aavertieia. ,-,ire, (16 llnea) first Insertio ?l 0 ... . .ch eoatiauaace, 25 .. . aii... nri..) first iasertion 50 u - earn continuance....-. 1.' ,4 o!ice, ice., noteMreding one half aquare, ' wthevear, ' rticat, etc, t eireedinf, one aquare 8 00 rlriv drerttaiBS.aol eweeaingoBe half column, 30 00 "' " eolnroB, ....60 09 vj. Yearly advertieanglimiten totheadvertiser'sown busi- wl Adshciit. Twenty-five cents par line for srit insertion, and air and oae fourth cants for.aehaub- SulMCnpvio" v j r - 1 li.v"uMitadFartiseinMiU will be laisrted, chliis ' ,ltl. fOLYIfESIAJf PRINTING OFFICE. f LAIS AND FANCY I0OK AND JOB PRINTING cue a is ,r,j - BILLS OF GXUHAaUb, CitiLOGUES, JilLLS OP LADING, BILL HEU3, CONSULAR BLANKS, CIRCULAH3, BLANK UEE03, AUCTION BTXLS, HANO BILLS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 February 1855

158 The Polynesia jt, February 10, 1855. . aaaaaaaaannannannnnssssBssssa fHE POLYNESIAN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1855. Yesterday being a holiday, the issue of the Polynesian has been deferred beyond the usual time We ask the indulgence of our readers for this ii regularity. His Majesty's Birthday A more beautiful day than yesterday we have seldom seen. The air was cool and pure, with iresii breeze from the Southward. The tains of the previous night made the roads free from dust At half past ton o'clock His Majesty received the congratulations of the foreign Representatives at ins i'aiace. At 12 o clock He appeared on His beautifully caparisoned steed, with His Staff, escorted by the WT xiawaiian Cavalry, on Thomas' Square, on the plain East of the city, to review tlw Troops which were as sembled there. A large concourse had gathered to witness the review, though we noticed that the crowd was not so great as on some previous re ic. oome o or iu,vw persons present. vere probably - The i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 February 1855

159 ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. t H E , iFoL YKESU'ir, P E BR U A R Y 1 0 , 18 5 5. .. PROCLAMATIPNX cainiKtOi ill.. Kino or thi Hawaiian IsLaKDs. T KNOWN, i H whom it mar concern, that we i hi : . l. if ..i B KaUlhaiucaa lift-, "nit vi iub ii laiuu, aeicuji 7m our enure neutrality in the war now impending be- fHX1" . . M..ritim Minrn nf Fnmn that nnw Aiifra- " t0 be rMpectea by ail belligerents, to the full extent of inMicuon. which by our fundamental lawa la to the dis- of oae martae league, surrounding each of our islands or "'rati Maui, Kalioolauc, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai and " Ydmmencing at low water mark on each of the rexpec-roa-f aaid islands; and include all tha rbannels pase a'pi(cn and uividing aaid islands, from island to island J?i ill cupuires nd seizures made within our said jurisdiction 3 gg-ful; and that the protection and hospitality of our "V barbur and roads, shall be equally extended 10 all (he Threats, so long a they re...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 February 1855

160 HOUSES. LANDS. &c FOR SALE. AN allotment of Land suitable for Building pur poses, situated on the Nuuanu Road, opposite the residence of Dr. Judd. Por terms, &c apply to C. A. TAKER, Marine street, Honolulu. Also, a Lot at Waikiki, formerly known as the GoodaleLot. Apply as above. 33 tf THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE OR LEASE, TT AND on the different islands, suited to the JLi crowing of wheat, cane, coffee, or ir general agricultural purposes. GRAZING LANDS of anv extent. : ' A LSO TOWN LOTS in Honolulu and Lahaina. 32-6m W. II. PEASE. LAND FOR SALE. lETWEEN four and five hundred acres of good land, well suited for cultivation or grazing, on East Maui ; nearly surrounded by the land now oc cupied by Dr. Ford as a sheep pasture. The name of the land is Kui&ha. Also to be leased, about 600 acres of good land ad joining Makawao, and the land of Dr. Wood; well wodcd, with good water; elevated and cool; the land well adapted for cultivation or grazing. Applr io J. T. Gow...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 February 1855

.Ut K er. hti f J ett rei xfaf ntrf hici y tht jes -tf b- Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN PCBLISAED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. EDWIN O. II ALL, EDITOR. Term. One copy per aaauta.ia advisee, On '''py aionth, " " ...... ! coptas, Ralrt af A4 vertiaia-, one qiire, (16 liars) first insertion, $6 oo 3 50 12i et co 25 50 encn riiBiiioinre,.. ......... Hilf " (8lieorles) first iasertioa, i. " each eoutiaaaac-,...-. . l-'i Crl. Notice, at., noleiereding one ball square, by the year,......-. 5 00 'rd. Notices, etc., ant exreedinffune square 8 00 kearlv advertising ,not exceeding nae halt column, 30 00 " " " " column, 60 00 Yearly advarlisingliuiited to theadvertisrr'eowa bust- "licil AiT,,e!,T- Twenty-five cent per line for )lt? nr-it iB'tenioa, aad sii and one fourth cents for each sub Equant iusertioa. T Sibcripia V Iba Polynesian n payable istabiabiv gym So traaiwant advertisement will be inserted, rnm POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AX D JOB PttlTl.G ' strcH a ' s)0Kf. BILL...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 February 1855

I 162 The Pot y n e s i a s , February 17, loo. - ' - " : fflE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1855. COURT NEWS. The Minister of Foreign Relations had a special audience of the King, on Thursday last, to present to Ilia Majesty the following address : To Hit Sfajetty, KAMEHAMEHA IV, , King of the Hawaiian Islands. Mat it Please Yocr Majkstt : We, the foreign ers resident in the District of Jiona, Island of Hawaii, beg, on the decease of Uia late Majesty, Kamehamefaa III, to offer you oar most sincere condolence on that mournful event, by which both yoa ' and we have been deprived of a worthy Prince, during whose beneficent reign the inhabitants of these Islands have wonderfully advanced in education and prosperity. We also tg leave to present our hearty wishes for your own hapfteaei' honing' that you may be blessed with a lengthened ad peaoeful reign that your sub . jects may yet further progress in enlightenment and civ rlization, and that all persons resident in your kingdom ma...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 February 1855

b .ru a i 17,. : 1--S 5 5. 163 ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.. T H E P . 0 L X IVE.'s IA.N . PROCLAMATION CiMCHAMt in-. Kino or tHtlUwAiiu Islands. I - If KNOWN, to all whom it may concern, that we fcaineuameha K-iug of the Hawaiian Islands, hereby Icliiia our nt'r" neutrality in the war now impending be tflt great maritime powers of Europe ; thai our neutra ItijWben'PM' by atl helligerents, to the full extent of r tnriBiliction- which by our luudamental lawa is to the (lis ci of one marine league, surrounding each of our islands of iJ!an, Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai and 5 ,Su, commencing l 'w water mark on each of the resi.ec- co"'f wlnads; and includes all Hie channels pass a between and dividing aid islands, from island to island all al captures nd seizures made within our said jurisdiction unlawful ; and that the protect. u and hospitality of our m. Harbors and roads, shall be equally...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 February 1855

164 T h e P;o .y js i a y .February 1 7 , 1855. , .HOUSES. LANDS. &c. FOR SALE OR TO LEASK TITE subscribler offers for sale or lease on favorable terms, his well known lot of Land, situated in "Manoa Vallej. This lot consists of seven acres of good soil, is enclosed by a substantial stone wall, and has thereon a comfortable dwelling house, put houses, &c. For further particulars enquire of Mr. JOSErll BOOTH, national HoteL 3G-tf FOR SALE. N allotment of Land suitable for Building pur poses, situated on the Nuuanu Road, opposite the residence of Dr. Judd. For terms, &c., apply to . V. A. XASJSK, Marine street, Honolulu. Also, a Lot at Waikiki, formerly known as ' the Goodale Lot. Apply as above. 33 tf THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE OR LEASE. W AND on tire 'different islands. -suited to the JLA crowing of wheat, cane.'coffee.'-or- for general griculturaJ purposes. GRAZING LANDS of any extent. ALSO TOWN LOTS in Honolulu and Lahaina. 32-6m W. II. PEASE. - LAND FOR SALE. TJ E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 February 1855

1 it 'a, t thea woni. ; liat of i. an otih. I. 'sof f-d TO, Iatif hisle lie ulcers -dTe much; id low ttot "ehjul ' ' asce re pre aeand cedto th utd raj,;j efler- Vol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN g -.BUSHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, ft. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Term. On copy pr mum, ia advance........ $6 00 Oa copy six moatus, " 44 3 50 Single copies,.... 12 Hate af AdvertisiaK. ,,M fjti we, (16 1 iae() first lasertioa, $ t CO ' each oatiaune,.. ......... 25 Hilf " (8Iiaesorlejs)rBtiBBertioa, SO - " M each continuance...... . 1-2 Cards. Notices, Ac, aot exceediag oae half square, h the vear 5 00 Card', Notices, etc, not exceeding oae square 8 00 Vsarly advertising, ot excetdlagnne balf column, 30 00 " " " column 60 00 w Vearlr advertising limited totheadvertiser'sowa bust Y-l - - LiaL ABTtaTif Tweaty-five cents per line for tar first iBsemoo, aou ia aou un iwuriu tcuii lureicuiiD- ....t iastrtioa. jj-subscription to the Felyaesiaa ii payable iwtabiablt f f ADVAVCB. fy So traasieat aavertisement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 February 1855

1C6 ffiE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1855. Xate and Important lrom Melbourne. The steam Propeller, "City of Norfolk Capt. Green, airived at this port on the 16th inst, in 63 days from Melbourne, via. Tahiti. We are indebted to Capt Green, through Mr. Waterman of Honolulu, for Melbourne pa peri to the 5th of December, which contain the startling intelligence that "Civil War" was actually raging in the district of Buhinyong, and that martial law was pro claimed by the Lieut Governor on the 4th of December, in that district. ' A call for the enrollment of wlonists was also i&ared by Sir Charles Hotham on the same day, to enforce the laws, and to subdue rebellion and anarchy, which was enthusiastically responded to by a large num T colonists, among whom were many of the highest rc epectability and weight of character. -The origin of this rebellion norms to have been, the enforcement f the law requiring miners to procure a license and pay a' tax before (tigging for gold in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 February 1855

T II E P O L Y N ESI A JT , P E B IHU A ItT 2 4 18 5 5 . i67 H 1 II i B PROCLAMATION I r.aiKiniH' in.. Kmc or the Hawaiian Islands r iT KNOWN, to all whom it may concern, that we Kamehameha III.. Kinj of the Hawaiian Islands, hereby B JjcUim oar entire neutrality jo the war slow impending be- r innHliction- which by our fundamental laws is to tiis dis c of one martna league, surrounding eacb of our islands of Hi.aii, Maui, Kabwiawe, iaaai, MoioKai, uahu, Kauai and v inau. commencing at low water mark on eacb of tbe respec- ' ,,asl f said islands; and includes all the rbiinnels pints- tc;weea and uividing said islands, from isiatid to inland .il uoturei nd seizures made within our said jurisdiction Msaiawluli and tbat the protection and hospitality of our ,rtg harbors and roads, shall be equally extended io all the l,rvnu. so' long as they respect our neutrality. 4d be it further known, to all whom it way concern, that ' (Kfstiy strictly prohibit all our subjects, and all who reside ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 February 1855

V E B R U A II Y 24, 1855. T II B P O L'Y NiE S IiA IV III Cl HOUSES. LANDS. &c. TO LET. The store premises on Kaahumanu St., comprising Uie JHIUU: jjUlUJlNU, Z2 situated nexi aoor aoove tne otone store occupied by J. C. Spalding. Said building contains a large store, fitted with counters and shelTes complete, a large Office Boom, with room in the rear, suitable for a bedroom. Also, two large office rooms fronting the street, in the second story. For terms, &c, apply to 39-tf THO& CUMMINS, or J. C. SPALDING. FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. fPHE subscriblei offers for sale or lease on favorable 1 terms, his well known lot of Land, situated in Manoa Valley. This lot consists of seven acres of good soil, is enclosed by a substantial stone wall, and has thereon a comfortable dwelling house, out houses, &c For further particulars enquire of Mr. JOSEPH BOOTH. National HoteL 36-tf " FOR SALE. AX allotment of Land suitable for Building pur poses, situated on the Nuuanu Road, opposite ...

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