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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 March 1855

ii M A -. y A. ;l ii - if M Vol. A.1. - THE POLYNESIAN" s rLBLISUED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, h. I EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Teruaa. On cpr per una. io advaaee, Oas c py sit months, " Sjagta copies, Rate f AdrerlUiax. Ui q ire (16'ie.)rt insertion, .$6 00 ..3 50 .. 1J 00 .... 85 50 eaen coniiBuanrc,. .......... fiilf " (8 Hme or ls) first insertiofr, ......... ." each continaaaca...... , r.r,l. N'oticas. ate. not exceeding one half square. br the year, .....5 00 Cird, X.ifJcea, etc., t exceeding one square,.... -..8 00 "early advertising, aot exceeding one batTcolunm, 30 00 . " " column, .V..60 00 gy. Yeirly advertisiagliinitea to thBadvertiser'sowa basi- TioiL AottTnmtsT. Twenty-fire cent perTYffB for -e first iosertioa, and six and one fourth cents for each sub- .MWCftt insertion. j Subscription ta the Polynesian la payable iiifiumt - aBTAMCB. ' v0 transient advertisements will be inserted, cmiu rasrsin. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AND JOB PRIMING ecu as 00K3, BI...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 March 1855

ian i"aj ' 170 some -othrr means to the place of destination; but he has no right to any freight if they be not so forwarded, unless the-forwarding of them be dispensed with, or unless there some new bargain upon this subject." In this cae of "Hunter, e. Prinscp, it will be seen, that the master, in the absence of the ship owner ana freight er, acted urrtter the order of the Court, and did what he thought was best for the-benefit of all concerned, yet the Court refused auy allowance tor ireight- In the caw of Liddard, r. Lopez, (10 East, 520.) The ship Mayflower was chartered -by-Lopez and Another, . Tnr. lntH of London, to taxe a tarvo 01 dsilS iroin Shiefcls to Lisbon freight payable at? tlic rale of 20 . ner keel of coals, on the riirht delivery t the cargo. The ship took in cargo and -sailed to PorUmouth;'wliere he jued convoy, i sailed tiiercwun io i.yimngwn, where they were detained some time by contrary -wind At last the sailing instructions, which the master had received fro...

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

11 P L Y y E s 1 a sr ? ;M A R C H 3 , 18 5 5. - - 17i 5IE, J3D ailfjDlUSl). .PROCLAMATION! Kmi" Kiao r THE HaWalUJt IiLinot. , it KNOWN, to all whom it miy concern, that we j fcaniehajnena K'" ol ,he Hawaiian Island, hereby Uiu ur ,r' aeutraiity ia the -r now impending be- pi14' to he respected by all belligerent, to the- futi exteut of '"' innsJ""'0-- which by our fundamental law i to the dis """fi of one marine league, auraounding each of our inlands of Maui. Kaboolawe, Lanai, Mulokai, Oahu. Kauai and Hi"1'' v baa commencing at lour water mark on each of the re per -nti-itt f aid iHlaadu; aad include all the channels pass- " brireea aid fliviiliag amid talaada, from inland to i.laod 1 pi.ittiHg Mm wish, iiuw uill,u to laliau nd e:ure made mluin our said iarudictioa aalauful; and that the protection and hospt-ality of our i i ... .HJ risJu. .hall ItM n H . 1 1 1. . v i . .1 -.4 aA all iha od he ' fur'her known, to aM a, boui it an ay concern, that " h,rrt.v strictly prohibit all o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 March 1855

T H E EoLYIfESIAJr , ,'lM .A It 0 H 3 1 855. HOUSES. LANDS. &c TO liET. The store premie n Kaahumanu sr., comprising the ENURE BUILDING. shotted next door above the Stone Store occupied by J. C Spalding. Said building contains a large store, fitted with counters and shelves complete, a large Office Rootn, with room in the .rear, suitable for a bedroom. Abo, tiro large office rooms fronting the street, in the second story. For terms, kc, applv to 39-tf THOS. CCMMIXS, or J. C. SPALDING. FOR SALE Oft TO LEASE. 1 1 "HE subscriber offers for sale or lease on favorable I terms, his well known let of Land, situated in JUanoa alley. 1 his 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 ef 5&r. JOSEPH BOOTH, National Hotel. 36-tf - - FOR SALE , AN allotment ef Land suiuble for Batldnur pur poses, situated on the Nuuanu Road, opposite the residence of Dr....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 March 1855

!,"'"- &krm " ' ' Af' -rr - ... - j ...... ........... . u i VolV XI. HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 10, 1855. No. 44 1 ,fCBLI3KED WEEKLY AT HO.VOLCLU, OAHtJ, H EDWI.N' O. HALL, EDITOR. - Terai. Oatcopr rUlln.'ti advance,'..... Y.......$G 00 Oas 'PJ " 'r " - 3 50 j.ajl copies, 11 Rat-a mt Advertising. ,,Mqiara,(lGlB-a) first insert ioa,.. 'V cll CMIiauiir,... .if rS line or less) first iBsertioB.. ....... a 50 u u ' " ici emtiaitic..... . ' l-J Cards. Vtrticea, fce.,oter440,o fcilf square, rlh vear, 5 00 "i-d'. ' t'C'i x 'l"?'n square 8 00 r.riv alertwine, Bt exeeediae ' hall colum..,30 00 " ...... . " eolmaa, ....60 0) fairly aavertisiBg limited to taearfvertisfr'towa Busi- . ..d.. T..l.lri. t. m tin. fur firt iesertioa, aad six aad eae fourth cants for oaca aub- " . . ...r..n tn ilia P.ii-Btua ia narahlM ivvaiiailt r "'j r v - - Y tra-it adrertiaearnt will b iasaned, vai-aas fJLr!IEIAV PRIXTING OFFICE. , fLALSI AND f ACV I 30!i AX 1) JOB Pill XTIXG I I ' stJca as r A r 1 LO 1 CT E 3, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 March 1855

rP tt P n r v TV "P. S f A M - March 10, 185 174 - II MA H WW MA M. -A- 1 aVJ A THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1855. Crime at the Sandwich Islands. 44 By statistical tables it appears that the decrease of population in the Sandwich Islands in the year 154, Tr&a six thousand five hundred and eighteen. One out of every twenty-three of the"1 inhabitants had been convicted of crime within the year." The abore extract we find in as American paper aal refers, not to the year 1354, but to 1853, the report of w hich 'was made to the legislature in April, 1851. ' Si far as numbers are concerned, the statement is correct, as derired from the Reports of Ilis Ma jesty's Ministers to the legislature; but there are eome considerations worthy of notice, in regard to what the crimes were, and who committed them. - The camber of criminal convictions during the year 1353," were3,173.' The number of inhabitants were, natives, 71,019; foreigners, 2,113, total, 73,137. Proportions of conviction...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 March 1855

kin, i u u mn eq P o jl y jy e s i a n ? M'A it c ii I 0,1855.. 175 - 1 - - - 5B aorscpiuac. ..PROCLAMATION! ,UtUn HU .! r TUB HaWAIIAS ItLaRBS. IiE IT aLXOWN, t all whom it may concern, that we ) Ktmeliawpa III., King of ib Hawaiian Islands, hereby Claim our entire neutrality ia the war low impending ae f. fD( mat saariunu powara of a rope ; tout our neutra it to ke respected by all belligerents, to tbe full extent of "? ;.nstetion. which by oar fundamental lawa ia to the dis- of oae marine league, surrounding each of our island of : u...i Cahaulaura. Tuanai. slnlnsrai nahn V.ui nrf J Ma 'commencing at low water anark on each of the resiiec- coatts f aaid islands; and includes all the channels pus. "ikW "tvidiag said island, frmn island to island t all captures oeiaarea made within our said jurisdiction aalavful; and that the protection and hiwpttality of our Zxm. harbors and reads, shall be equally exieuded 10 all the ITiicerents, so long a they respect our neutrality. t he it fur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 March 1855

T 0 p M a r c h 10, nl-8 5 5 II E O'L'-YsyEiS I A'N 7 f imrsrs. lanhs. &r -FOR SALE., - LOT. "Willi TWO well-niT.ed. commodious Dwelling Houses, on Kine ft... near the centre of f.he city terms easv. Applv to ' : : .. A. G. THURSTON or C. C. HARRIS. Argus please copy. , 41-tf FOR SALE OR TO LET. f T'llO SE valuable and vcrv commodious pre mises, lately occupied by Capt. Crabb. i'oesHn given immediately. 7" Tor terms pplv to 40-tf , ; " D. P. PENHaLLOW. TO LET. ' The store promises on Kanhumanu ft., comprising the ENTIRE BUILDING, situated next door above the Stone Storo occupied by J. C. bpalding. baid building contains a large store, fitted with counters and shelves complete, a large Office Room, with room in the rear, suitable for a bedroom. Also, two lunre office rooms frontins: the street, in the second 6tory. For tenus, &c., apply to 39-tf THOS CUMMINS, r J. C. SPALBING. FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. fPIIE subscribler offer for sale or lease on favorable 1 tern., hid well known...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1855

Vol. X. THE POLYNESIAN H rCBLISHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Teraaa. One eopr per una, in advance, .. $6 00 0 copy six months, " " ........3 50 giifle copies, J2J Rates of Advertising. Om square, (16 line) first insertion,. ....... 00 " each eontiBuaace, ... 85 Rtlt " (8 liaes or less) first insertion,. so u " " oath Continuance...... . 12J Cards, Notices, Jtc, not exceeding, one half square, by Ui year, 5 00 Cards, Notitya, etc, not exceeding one square 8 00 Yearly advertising, sot exceeding one half column, 30 00 " " " " column, 60 00 $y Yearly advertising limited to the adreniser'e own haai- MS. Lioai AoTBTisEiiTs-Twenrjr-fire cent per line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cent for each sub sequent insertion. j- Suiwcnption to the Polynesian is payable ibvabiablt is adcb. ftJ-A'o transient advertisements will be inserted, rsLBss POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AXD FANCY BOOK AXD JOB PRINTING eccn as BOOKS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, CAT A LOG ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1855

T II K' P O I' Y 2V M 18, 1854 ,1 :' -" - r . i i I i ;? ' f f i V THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1854. The Glory of Hawaii Nei. i la considering in a candid manner tbe causes which luive operated, ia elevating the Hawaiian race from a state of absolute ignorance and barbarity to the position they now occupy, ire instinctively attribute to education ks full share of the good rims achieved. It was the school, the common hoot, that prepared the natives, from the highest to the lowest, from the adult to the youngest child, to read and understand the laws by which they are governed, the Constitution, that guar antees their rights, and the expression of their ideas through the press, of which nnny of them are so fond. To the schools are they indebted for a large chare of the difference that exists between them now, and the Mar qucsans or the aborigines of California who never enjny ed those blessings. And although a simple element in themselves, they are powerful in their results up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1855

W ,,. i, .11..!. TT . I""--" ... , - II i i .11 I - -- -" ..J.wi.f u.i .. iiui..,ii-i..j n- . . V I I ' ' 'J" " . ' " - . A H E TTw r OL Y If E SI AK 18, 18 - . X It - PASSENGERS Br the Restless, from San Francisco. Messrs. M. jdois, 13. F. Standefer, IL C. Payne, Ed. Carter. Br the J- Wesley, for San Francisco. Mrs. II. M. Whitney, 2 children and servant, Mrs. Hernandex and hutf, St ,air' J?. Tanner, Achew, G. McLean, IL itiBiondt tap- P- w Kjan Mr. IL Dickinson, Ir. a K Taner, Mr. Fergucson. Steerage Turner, Shaw, ilt, Lascar and wife, Barnard, Johnson, Peterson, (Tiinsmen, Dewberry, Lnnstholm. UAIUNE JOURNAL, PORT OF HONOLULU. Arrived. jlw- 10 A" wh ,n Vesper, Loner, fm Margarita nay, 160 h. 13 Am wh bk Brunswick, Butler,7uios, fin La'baina, oil ij Heroine, Hempstead, 7 imw, I in coast CaL, 1G0 wh. 16 Am sch Restless, reahallow, !1 d (in San Francisco. Cleared. Iu Am wk b Vesper, Ixiper, Oehotsk. S3 M bk Brunswick, Butter, do. )4 Bre " eh Republic, Austin, do. 1 Ur bk John Wesley...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1855

180 T II E P o i y y E S I A JV , M A R C H 1 o , l o o . HOTELS &C. HOUSES. LANDS, &c. DRUGS, &c., xx, iux,iw- ' HOTEL De FItAXCE, French Hotel. VICTOR CHANCEREL, Proprietor, begs to lnlorm nis lnends and the public generally, that he has made extensive .improvements in his Hotel premises. that he now has accommodations for parties ot every description. Also attached, a Billiard Saloon, fitted up in superior style. Sleeping rooms on the premises for families or single gentle men. The Bar is supplied with the choicest wines and liquors, and the proprietor, grateful for the lib eral patronage heretofore extended to him, begs to assure the public that no pains w ill be spared to give entire satisfaction to them and strangers visiting Honolulu. P.S. Entrance by Fort, Hotel and Union 6ts. tf-12 RESTAUR AIYT FK AIYCAIS ! ! j& JAHDIX terrasse, deux Billiards, cabinets particuleirs, etc., service a 4a carte, vins, li'1'j.eurs, rafraichisements, patisserie, etc. Par L. FRANC...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 March 1855

V ol. XI. THE POLYNESIAN ia PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT HO.VOLULU.-OAHIJ, R. T EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Trrnifc One copy per annum, in advanc.,. ....... One copy six months, " 44 dingle copies, Rate of Advertising. ..$6 00 ...3 50 I.. 12 one qre, (16Iiare) firil insertion, each contmuanre,.. .$1 00 .. 25 ... 50 Hiif " (8 lines or less) first insertion, ,. u earh continual earh continuance,. .... . lij Cards. Notices, Jtc, not exceeding one half square, by the year,......- 5 00 - " . - - Q rn v.rlr advertising, sot exeeeifrngnne balf column, 30 00 "f. " " " column 60 00 i . K.jifM. fie. n ti eicwdiizimr rautrr o w y Yearly advertising limited to theadvertiser'sown busi Tsu.l AoETiiaiii!fTs. Twenty-ire cents per line for ae first insertion, and six and one fourth e .. inrtion. Subnption to the Polynesian is payable ikbily "!o'trinsint advertisements will be inserted, ciliii BUSINESS CARDS. Importers & Commissiou Jlcrchants alpbich, c. a.si.Hor. ALDR1CH At BISHOP. Importers and Dealers in Ge...

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

T II E P O L T S E S I A If M 185 5 A It C II 182 was vexatious, or, in the language of the Roman Law, calumnious; and the costs were not given against him aa part of the judgment, but could be recovered only by a new action called an action of calumny, corresponding to an action for a malicious uit at common law. " In the time of Ju?tinian, and perhaps at an ear lier period, the action of calumny had fallen into desuetude, and lie, as, a substitute, required the oath of calumny." The oath was required of both the plaintiff and defendant, and was, in substance, the same as that required of the plaintiff by this Court. .The learned writer above quoted, says further : "But these affidavits were not evidence in the cause; they were required solely and professedly as a chock to vexatious litigation ; but the oath of calumny, though not evidence, was an essential part of the proceedings in tlia cause. It was ordered by -JuBtinian to be officially required by the judge, al " though not in...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 March 1855

T h eP o l y y e s i a n , M ar c h 2.4, 1855. 183 GENERAL MERCHANDISE. ASSORTED1 MERCHANDISE. ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. ASSORTKD MERCHANDISE. - LEGAL .ADVERTISEMENTS. PROCLAMATION ! iiiHnt - Kmc or thi Hiwiiuii Iilahdi. t P it KNOWN, to all whom it may concern, tlit w tiniehameha III., Kin of i lie Hawaiian Islands, hereby our entire ulrality in the war now impending be- ' lh rreal maritime powers of Europe : that our neutra- J" w be respected by all bellirereuu, to tbe full eitentof V iariiicHn. which by our fundamental laws is to the di ,ti of one marine league, urr.unding each of our inlands of Hinaii Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molukai, Oaliu, Kauai and v ibau 'commencing at low water mark on each i.f the respec- ' nJMt (' said iJso4; and includes all the channel ps " and cividice aid inland-, from island to island V all captures nd seizures made within our said jurisdiction aalawl'ul; and that tbe protection and hospitality of our at, harbors and road, shall be equally extended io all...

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

It i in - njwji """Tl Ig4 The P o l y ft e s i a n 9 March 24,1 855.- HOUSES. LANDS. &c TO LET, THE t remises on Palace Vallc. known as "THE OLD ROYAL SCHOOL PREMISES." latelv occupied by E. O. Beckwith, and now occu pied by Mrs. Lamb. Said premises afford fine ac commodations for a family, or for parties desirous of keeping boarders. Possession given immediately. For tenns &c, apply to 42-tf VG CLICK & CLARK. FOR SALE. A LOT, WITH TWO well-finished, commodious flL Dwelling Houses, on King st., near the centre of the city terms easr. Apply to A. G. THURSTON or C. C. HARRIS. . iW Argus please copy. 4 J tf MFOR SALE OR TO LET. THOSE valuable and very commodious pre mises, lately occupied by Capt. Crabb. Possession given immediately. . For terms apply to 40-tf D. P. FEXn ALLOW. S. XO IjET. m M tV i - T t A ill i9m -ine store premise on ivaanum.-inu i., I ISA comprisinjr the ENTIRE BUILDING, .silg-V situated next door above the Stone Store occupied by J. C. Spalding. Said bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 March 1855

r m ,n iriirn 17 ' ? ' . ' --...,.. -. . ...... Vol: XI. THE POLYNESIAN j rVBUSttro WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, ft. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Oae ropy prr oBiim. ia advance,. .... ........ $6 00 one copy ii montlm, ;- ...... ..3 50 cupie,...,.. ............ ............. I'H . Rmh sf AaVertiaiax. Oar square, 16 1 iaea) first iasertton, 1 0 ' " . each eonfiauaaea....... 25 , Half " (9 liaeaorlois) firatiaaertioa, 60 u . . , . each euatiaaaaee...... . 12$ Card', Notice, &ci,aotxceeaiBgoaalialf square, hy the year, ........... 5 00 'ardi, Notices, esc, art exceeding one square.. 8 00 yearly atlvertisiaf ,aot exceeding one lialf column, 30 00 " . " column, ....60 00 jj-Yearly advertising limited to theadvertiaier'sowa bust ards. LeiL Aoriarin!tT. Twenty-five cents per line for kt Irst iaertHa, aad sii aad one fourth cents foreacbsub nent lasertioa. j-yyripuoa to the Polynesian it payable lavaaiaaLv tawkica. u traasieat adrertisetnenU will be inserted, vklkii ratriia. - , BUSINESS CARD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 March 1855

186 The Polynesian, March 31, loao. SUPREME COURT. Decision in Probate. In the natter of the proof of the will of Fred eric James rorter. Judje RoberUon in delivering hit decision paid es follows : The hearing of this matter was had, at cham bers, on the 2lst inst. UDon the petition of Wil nam Miller, Esq., II. B. M.'e Consul Genera), for Probate of the last will and testament of Frederic J. Porter; or that if the will presented should not be admitted to probate, en Administrator might be oppoiated upon the estate of the deceased. The document offered for probate as the will of Mr. Porter is in the following words, viz : August 0th 1854 44 1 Frederic James Porter do hereby will and be- oneath unto mv voun?est brother, hophmus I rancis Porter, of York, in the county of Yorkshire, Great Britain, the whole of my property after my tunerai expenses and iust debts are paid, for his especial use and benefit. I further call upon W. Miller British Consul General to take such steps as may ins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 March 1855

131! a UtSgOH 3S 1. PROCLAMATION I kiMEMiatHi m., Kmo r Tm Hawaiian Ist-iaos. ir i.'nfcl ' ... -n . . . BE It , w wuwm 1 1 i3j -"irin, inn w KamehaHieha III-, King of tfta Hawaiian. Islands, lien by uaclaim our entire neutrality the war Mow impending be- the great maritime power or Europe ; thai our aeutra htv i "plei all belkgecewts, to the full extent of ', iarisdictioB. which by oar fundamental laws i to the dis tance of oae raarlae league, urnmading each of our islands of (ilea", i""t ""'v!, umum, niiu ana $,ui,tninene1ng at low water mark on each of the respec urt of said island; aad include all the channel pass- . .. - 4 raviiliDB . ,4 uttMd4. r : i j . : i th.i all capture seiacTed made witliia our said jurisdiction ut 1wfl ; a4 that tire protection and nespitahty of our -art, harbor bb. roma, saaii ne eauaity txrended i all the ilirereBW, so long a they respect our aeutrslity. And bo it furtiier known, to all whom it may concern, that w hereby strictly prohibit all our subje...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 March 1855

O i i " "' " ,.,,,,,, ,,, ,.,, iJ.UJ),,fl,t ii .ljjj in ,iuu'i" n 1 1 wnr ir "ill -in inimrri J J u. h nun " "--- - -! mnnn iiimim MT ri111 " 'tt,mmm 11111 ' ' 1 "" ft " 1 i-iiiiawwi--" 188 ' " : T h e ' P o'i7Yiv'E;s i a ivs ! BrURc-ii' '31 p'l ; ' ,,rt,.vm 1 nvWT-pAT.' MirBnHANhlSF:. I GENERAL J MERCHANDISE. I -i -GEN ERALi MERCIUNDISE I 'J. C DRU.GSr&jZr 1 IJ iN LAN l IS. SC. Li LI YA.XU iUriXliiWxxtJjJ. vjiiv.. , i - . -r - - - - - I I II . -I I ... I - - - 1 1 - 1 TO LET. THE premises on l'aiace W alk, known as ;r!l "THE OLD ROYAL SCHOOL PREMISES," lately occupied by E. G. Beckwith, and now occu pied by Mrs. Lamb. Said premises afford fine ac commodations for a family, or for parties desirous of keeping boarder. Possession given immediately. For terms, &c, apply to 42-tf GUTJCK & CLARK. FdR SALE. A LOT, WITH TWO well-finished, commodious rsL Dwelling Houses, on King st., near the centre of the citr terms casv. Apply to ' A. G. THURSTON or C.C. HARRIS. 2 Argus please...

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