Too wet for coffee? 1854.

SALES AT AUCTION.

Valuable Coffee Plantation at Auction.

The Coffee Plantation of Messrs. G. Rhodes & Co., at Hanalei, Kauai, with the dwelling house, machinery, &c., thereon, as heretofore advertised, will be sold at public auction on Wednesday, June 7th 1854.

Catalogues can be seen and all particulars learned on application to

M. C. MONSARRAT.

[You don’t hear too much about coffee from Hanalei.]

(Polynesian, 5/20/1854, p. 3)

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The Polynesian, Volume XI, Number 2, Page 3. May 20, 1854.

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Francis Gulstan Ropert, 1892.

BISHOP OF PANOPOLIS.

Confirmation of Father Gulstan’s Appointment to Succeed the late Bishop of Olba.

To-day’s mail has confirmed the news of V. Rev. Father Gulstan’s appointment as successor to the late Bishop of Olba. His official title is “Bishop of Panopolis.” Continue reading