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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 November 1844

1311 1 P H i: POL Y N K S I A N 99 ! which arc to U3 nmbiguou, wo shall be abundantly satisfied. It is with deep regret that wc have not found more to praise in the correspondence of the American Commis sioner. So far as our private feelings are concerned, we would have American officials second to none in all that makes reputations enviable. It is much to be regretted that anything should mar the harmonious inter course that has always existed between this nation and the citizens of the United States. Although this controversy may arouse some degree of national feeling, the coolness will be but temporary. Indeed, a more needless cause of acrimony or disputation never ex isted. Nothing can be plainer than the meaning of the statute in Wiley's case. The law made the offence, as he committed it, a mere misdemeanor. In every case when citizens of the United States have been tried for crimes, they have had a jury accor ding to the tenor of the third Article of La haina., and until it be...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 November 1844

1UU I ii !. i o I. Y , J, i A . io r.MPFT. AUVHU'llSH.VIKN'IS. Public Notice. To the. Creditors and Debtors ff the tldalc of William I'kl.ncii and l'nM is John jnr:f.NWAV, laic wrchants, doing ncsi jointly and several!;! in ilhrjc of Honnhdv, Inland of Oahu, Ifoicaiian Is lands, but nnir ,lsigivirs to the Court of C.ha art I'u of (hihn, f,r I he bmrjlf if their Ci ' editors. TyOtJ will please ( tnko noii'-p tint JJL the mideivifrned I ins Ixhmi Icirnilv appointed Aent of s;ii! ('"iiri ol (yhancery, In rulkict sill the joint mid several ilc!)ts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the lale firm of I'iiam i John (Jkkkmvai or severally to (he said William i''io'.n ii, or severally to the said FiiANt is .luii N (jiu;r.N v prini to the -I1'1 day of Sepleinher now current, and that you will save eots hy prompt ly and voluntarily p;iyinx the s inie to him lor the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Kstate. j You will also please to take further) notice that the undersign...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 November 1844

1 POILYW IAN n l'l ItMMIL'D WllKKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIW, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JAUVKS, Kurroju SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1814. fXKW SKItJKS, Vol. 1. No. 23. V IP C 12s ;1L3 lii T II K n i: W s . Wo r.Ttr.ict tin following from an admirable wm, rntitl.-J "Citriomity." It was delivered Cambridge, before t ho Plii Ueta Kiippa Society, Aiyiist 27, l2il by Ciiaki.ks Simiaouk. Tito New ! our morning, noon, and evening cry; l):iv unto day repeats it till we iiic. Tor this the fit , the critic, and tin; fop D.illv the liour away in Tonsor's shop; For tlii tho gossip takes her daily route, nd wears your threshold and your patience out; For this we leave tin; parson in" tho lurch, And pause to prut tie on the way to church; riven when some collined friend wo ru 1 r round, We ask, 44 What news?" then lay him in the ground; To this the bro;il;fast owes its sweetest zest,' Fur this the dinner cools, the bed remains impressed. What gives each tale of scandal to the street, The kitchen's wonder and t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 November 1844

102 T H K V O L Y N IwSIAN, Xovr.Merit, Cn.y. Troiivltitiuit. " Bimxfu.es, QC March, .1844. "The undersigned, Minister fur Foreign Affair of J lis Majesty the King of the Bel gians, has received the communication which Messrs. Timoteo I f aatilio and William Richards, Envoys of" the Sovereign of the Sandwich Islands have done him the honor to address to him under date of the 2'2d. of this month. "The undersigned is authorised to declare that the government of the King, having ta ken knowledge of the facts and considera tion exposed by Messrs. Haalilio and Rich ards, and animated towards the state of the Sandwich Islands by sentiment of the most perfect good will, is disposed to establish with the Hawaiian government close commercial relation, and that while waiting the opening of regular negotiations to that efTect, it has resolved to recognise in ail its plenitude the independence of the Sandwich Islands and their government. 'The undcrsiirncd further makes known. that in the prese...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 November 1844

-.38 'L 1314. himsrlf, would be set down by the friends . f. w a and allien oi the r rcncli war party in (his country as a base, truckling, nud cowardly submission to Franco. (Hear, hear.) But he only wished that the war. party was as lit tle to be regarded in France as fortunately it was in this country. (Hear, hear.)" EtmornAN Projects of Territorial ARAXIIEMEXT. AND MaUITIMP. Co.NTKOI.. (Kxtract from the European correspondence of the National Jnlellixtncir,) The radical London Examiner, (7th hist.) advsics a par tition of all the Mahornedan countries con tiguous to Europe and around the Med iterranean, between (ireat Britain, Russia, and France, as the only alternative lor war. The Morning Chronicle cannot see how a rupture is to be avoided. The United States are n little interested and relied. on in its new casus belli. "Wc regret to say that the differences between France and England arc not casual ones ; but that the French have assumed with respect to us a certain attitude, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 November 1844

104 T Jl i: J' O L v n i: S i A N (N'ovr.Mrrp. '41 I'! ' ADVKRTISKMKiVI'S. Public Notice. To the Creditors and Debtors of the Estate loknlo paha iwni'titi point u ia manawa alaila, pan ko oukou kulcnnu c liiki ai kc hoopii i na Ahaliookolokolo o ko Ha- U.'!iii I'w AlM'l C inn! n5 t .-n n r 11' I I " jii v n iiii.ii ci i i linn n f IJ.I.IAM I RENCII and I KANCIS JolIN j k(J ouk(J( n m;m ()a aUu tj., 0,c,0 ka OnEKNivAY, fate mere hanh, thmg him. Ahahookolokolo uku ia oukou i na uku ms jointly and severally m the I ilW! wow0Ui ma ka hookolokolo ana, a ma ka hooponopono oltiolu palia ua aicia o a'u ko ukuia noloko o ua waiwai la. JOHN H1COKD. Luna o ka Ahahookolokolo. Kakauia ma Honolulu, Onhu, ) SopnU-uiaba. Ul, 184-1. j Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian is lands, but now Jlssignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the bciujll of their Creditors. TS7TOU will please to take no: ice that JUL the undersigned has been legally appointed Ajjcnt of the said Court, of Chancery, to collec...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 November 1844

kTH TTTT TTN TTTi Tt tt ttt -tvt HI published weekly, at Honolulu, oaiiu, Hawaiian islands. J. J. JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1844. E NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 26. IP CS) Hi IP IB" "2To For the Polynesian. A SCHOOL (1IKI3.KKPLY TO II KK TEACHER'S K WUI RV WHAT IS YOUR AUK? My yankec privilege I use, And ask by way of answer, Why, in the name of politeness, My age, you wish to know, Sir? I've gazed on fninimer'i glowing sun, On winter's starry sky, Ami just how many 1 have neon, DoulJ tell but why should I? As a deposito annually, The forest -t leu receives, So if my mind new stores of thought (ained, as each year recedes, I would have answered you in brief, How many years have lied; And you the trouble had been spared, This sad excuse to read. SKLEC T E 1) . The Jtob-Tniled Cow. A correspondent of the Eastern Argus, gives the following amusing description of the character of a know ing cow, that seemed to be possessed of think ing, or reasoning powers in a remarkable degree...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 November 1844

10G T JI U 1' U L V N i: t; I A K. rXovr.MErp THE POLYNESIAN. OFFICIAL JOVHSAL OP Tilt: IAll AIA.S tiovi:itMP.sr. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, NOV. lfi, ISM. Much has been said of late in regard to the supposed exorbitant rate of tonnage due for this port, and their effect in driving away whalers, and injuring the business of the isl ands... Harsh terms and assertions which will not bear scrutiny, have been freely em ployed, and the subject so much harped upon, that for ought we know, some people really believe an abuse exists. Indeed, we have heard the G cents tonnage dues soberly termed an "outrage;" but it is to be hoped that individuals who make so weighty a charge, will, hereafter, have the candor to examine the grounds upon which their opinion is based. Let us look info this " out rage." To October 10th., there have arri ved at this port 83 American whalers, w hose tonnage amounted to 29,030 tons, which at C cents a ton, gives the sum of $1,743; val ue of ships and cargoes $1,146,576; ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 November 1844

1811 T H IV I' 0 L Y N F S' I A N. 107 Tf f.-totai.f.iu Attf.ntiov ! You will find a fit subject for your benevolent efforts in a miserable fellow that has taken a great fan cy of late tar visit our premises at night, with tin kind intention no doubt, of charming us with the melody of his voice. The last time hi song, which was very prolonged, very loud, and very inharmonious, was as follows. "I never shall, n-cv-v-cr shall, never shall," po on ad infinitum, which done he made us a speech, as follows : " Sir ! The Queen of K-e-ng-land ha-has ordered the Public (lovernment Press Sir, to be sold at auc tion, Sir at auction, Sir ! (with much em phasis.) Co-Co-Cook's discovery was right eous, Sir ! Sho-o-ot me dead with a pistol," and so on, until overpowered with cither el oquence or liquor his voice died away amid a chorus of hic-cups and mutterings. Save him if you can, at all events save him from coming again. Another Richmond is the Field. The first number of the Hawaiian Cascade a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 November 1844

108 T li i; P O L Y N KSIAN, NoVFMBfcfc, ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To the Creditors and Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Grf.enivav, tale merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severalty in theVillage oj Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Is lands, but now Assignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit of their Creditors. s- TyOU will please to take notice that jJL the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the snid Court of Chancery, to collect alt the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Grkknwav or severally to the paid William French, or severally to the said Fkanois John (.jRKF.NkVAY prior to the 4th (jay of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of snid Mstale You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appointed Vjrnt...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 November 1844

PTH TTTT TTTq TTft tn tt ttt- tyt IAN PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIir, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1814. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 27. TIF from, the Mitcctlancova Poem of Co1rridr. BEARETII ALL THINGS. 2 Cor. xiii, 7. Gently I took that which ungently came, And without scorn forgave : Do thou the same. A wrong done to thee think a cat's eye spark Thou wouldst not see, we re not thine own heart dark. Thine own keen sense of wrong that thirsts for sin, Fear that the spark self-kindled from within, Which blown upon, will blind thee with its glare, Or nmothcr'd, 8 title thee with noisome air. Clap on the extinguisher, pull up the blinds, And soon the ventilated spirit find Its natural daylight. If a foe have kenn'd, Or worse than foe, an alienated friend, A rib of dry rot in thy ship's stout side, Think it God's message, and in humble pride With heart of oak replace it; thine the gains Give him the rotten timber for his pains ! COMMUNICATED. Makawa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 November 1844

T If E IV 0 L Y N E S I AN. 110 . T H E POL Y N H S 1 AN. OFFICIAL JOVRXAI. (F TUF. HAWAII AS auvKtiSMKsr. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1814. When we penned tho notice in our last, of the change in the character of the Friend, we were far from anticipating its speedy en trance into the field of politics. Hut so it has happened, and it has signalized its advent, by the publication of a severe article; the ascerbity of which is bestowed freely upon the Government, the Courts of Justice, and Mr; 'Judd.' We have also come in for an ample share. The spirit of the Friend has been hitherto so much at variance with the acrimony of political strife, and its editor so zealous in the causo of Truth and Charity, that this course is the more surprising. We would gladly, by learning the real author of the article in question, have spared the editor of the Friend from such comments as the nature of the piece demands. Upon applica tion, however, to Mr. Damon to that effect, he declined informing us...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 November 1844

134 1. J e r this case. The Notice was written' with Mr. Brown's autographic manuscript in hand, and those who doubt the existence of errors to which allusion is made can examine for themselves. They will find them as he did, after expressing a doubt to that effect, in all their prominence. Does the Friend be lieve that we edit n paper which "will state what we please" "will attack whose char acter we please" "will tell what untruths we please ?" It endeavors to circulate that opinion at all events, and on the ground that articles of violent personal nature, attacking the government, giving the lie to its court &c, (of which the one in review is a notable instance) would be refused admittance. It would be a most remarkable feature in a gov ernment organ if it should open its columns to the unreasonable abuse of its adversaries; if it would lend its aid to undermine its ow n power and reputation. Opponents who have shown so little regard for their own may ex pect this, but the wo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 November 1844

112 T II i; l t) L V N KSI AN. Novr.Mcri ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To the Creditors and Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Green way, late merchants, doing busU nes jointly and severally in the Pillage of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Is lands, but note Assignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit of their Creditors. TVTOU will please to take notice that JUL the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Greenway or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John Greenway prior to the 4th day 0f September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the satne to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Estate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been le crally appointed Agent of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 November 1844

IAN PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT IIOAOM IU, OAIIV, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J, J. JAKVES, Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1811. """" Auvr.ttiiaiviiL.rsTS. 1 (2) isj "33? lSWo Notice. ALL persons indebted to ELI JONES, are re quested to make immediate payment; and those having demands, to present the name without delay art be is ubout leaving lor the U. States. tlTbc business will in future be carried on under the firm of JONES & MAKEE, who solicit a share of public patronage. ELI JONES, Honolulu, Oct. 26. JAMES MAKEE. Dissolution of Copartnership. fill IK Copartnership heretofore existing under X the linn of ROOERS & SHELLEY, in this d.iv dissolved, by mutual consent. MARTIN S. ROOERS, PERCY U. SHELLEY. Honolulu, Nov. 13th, 1 S 1 1. ICr'N. H. I B. Shklley will continue busi ness on li i.- own account. .Iw V . W . V I N V. K NT, noust: cjnpEjrrKR $ jolykh, AS on hand, for Halo 200(1 feet clear No. 1 A. pine. I 1-4 Plank; 6000 feet do. do. 1 inch: feet io. a. 1 inch; looo Lights f Sashes (ass...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 November 1844

T n i; P 0 L V n i: S I A N . NovrMtrt 114 Till: POL YN K S I A N. OFFICIAL JOVIiSAL OI-f TIIil HAWAII AS (iovi:iiSMi:sr. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1st I. November, liitli., 13 It. Dear Sir, I have an engrossing subject on my mind, which I wish to unhurthen to you now, I refer to tho controversy between this government nnd the IT. S. Commission er. It is more immediately called forth hy the anonymous rejoinder in "The Friend Extra," just received. I am pained and con cerned at tho excitement. My sympathies all along have hcen with tho Hawaiian gov ernment, and I have seen nothing as yet, thitt hlmkos that opinion. Dut I must toll you candidly, and with confidence that it will he kindly received, that 1 am not at all pleased witii tho manner in which it has heen conducted on both sides ; and it ap pears to me that the interests of this nation arc in danger of bring compromised, by losing sight of the true grounds of tho ar gument, in the heat of controversy. I think too that tho f...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 November 1844

r ii r; v o l y n i: s i a n . (iYano. Wo have received tlneo l;igs of thn valuable manure from Chili. With the exception of a small quantity reserved to ex periment with on plants and trues, it has hern pent to Knlou and Hanelei, Kauai, to test it fertilising properties on the suar und coffee plantations, liivero states that the crop of potatoes in Pern is increased l "i times by its application, ami that ofmai.e 3") times. In Atiea, where much pepper is cul tivated, each plant is manured three times : first upon the appearance of its roots, second that of the leaves, and lastly upon the form ation of the fruit. Humboldt. In corn it is said a small amount is sprinkled on each hill, (iuano not only contains ammoniaoal sails in abundance, but those other inorganic constituents so necesssary for the develop ment of (limits. Volepcl gives the follow ing analysis : Urate of Ammonia, Oxalate of Ammonia Oxalate of Lime, Phosphate of Ammonia Phosphate of Magnesia &. Ammonia Sulphate of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 November 1844

T JI K P O L V N E S I A N. NovrMpr.R, ADVEirriSEMENTS. Public Notice. To the Creditors and Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Greemvat, late merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severally in the Village of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian is lands, but now Jlssignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit tf ttieir Creditors. TTOU will please to take notice that JUL the undersigned has been legally nppointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Greenway or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John Green way prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Estate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of sa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 December 1844

THE FLI IAN IM HLISIIi:i WKI2KLY, AT IIOAOM LI , OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVKS, Kmtoh. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1811. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 29. 7 Ain'ERTISJ:Ml-:NTS. Notice. Al.l. persons indebted to F.I.I .IONF.S, nro re quested to make immediate payment; and those bavin;' demands, to present the name without delay a he is about leaving t'or the U. States. itij-The business will in Cut urn lie carried on under the firm of JONKS & MAKKK, who solicit a share of public patronage. F.I.I JONKS, Honolulu, Oct. 2b. JAMKS MAKKK. 01 C. W. V I N v. V. X T , HOUSE C.I RV EXT Ell JUtXEll, AS on hand, for sale 2000 feet Hear No. 1 A. pine 1 1-4 IMnnk; (MI0 feet do. do. 1 inch: I ,oun fct .o. ., inrli ; immi I.ihls of Sahi- (as'; :in pairs of Hlinds do.; :io pamielleil Doors do.; l ),nr Frames do.; t Window do. do. 2 v'lbMLDiNu and Joumu on reasonable term, at the simile.! notice. Honolulu, November 2, 151 1. tf Columbia River Salmon, Flour, Ac. JUST RECEIVED by E. & II. GKIMKS, a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 December 1844

THE P 0 L Y N E S I A N. Deccmbfr 118 Now, so long as you are under my guard, I shall not let you go ; you may be sure ol that ; I would rather wring your necks like two pigeons. Put tho epaulette once ofl', I know no longer admiral nor anything else.' 41 4 The fact is,' he answered, mournfully shaking his brown head, though a little pow dered, as was still the fashion of that day, ' the fact is, I think it would be dangerous for you, captain, to scorn to know us. We laugh because we are young; we look happy because we love one another ; but I have many a miserable moment when I think of the future, and I know not what will become of my poor Laura.' And he again pressed the head of his young wife to his bosom. 14 4 That was what I ought to say to the captain,' added he, 4 was it not, my child ? Vou would have said the same thing, would n't you ?' 44 I took my pipe, and rose, because I felt that my eyes were becoming somewhat moist, and that doesn't become me very well. 4 4 4 Come, c...

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