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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 July 1850

7 r i r r - i She lio. 1 , ' - A HUNDRED TEAKS AGO. - Tfce Mlowlng Is old, bat ooJ. It km aa inexpressible mrt" amrkoly, which doe. Ml five pals : like monrBful music reminding the exile ef home. Where are all the birds that san - , A hnudred fear SfQ ? . The dower that all I" beauty ipreiif A hundred jears a(0 r The lips (hat smiled, The ey e that wild In flaahea shone Soft eye upon : Where, oh where, are lipa and eyea. The inab'en's amile, the lover's aif ha, That were ao long ago t Who peopled all the city'a afreet A band red yean ago f Who filled the church with face meek A hundred year ago f - The sneering- tale -', Of sisters frail, The plot that worked A Bother's hurt : . " Where, oh where, are ihe plou and neera. The poor man's hopea, and the rich man's fear, That were ao long ago f -- Where are the grave where dead men slept A hundred yeara ago ! , ' Who, while living oft timet wept, " A hundred reara ago f By other men They knew not then Their laud are tilled, ' Their home...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 July 1850

u i EGUI.ATIOIIS-- RACT OF LAtK c RCE. Published r "Mothers frequenting Jrts of entry to make A. ant a pilot. . , , esse is to tne vrtndwar d rtifkate to be signed b is free from any conu t the white flag, other w flag, and obej the dk th officer. ited to the Governor i ore landing. - . . - lg baggage to be landed s laws, are subject to a ving at any of the ver all letters to the ml v regarding the deliver " 'II only i by his Hawaiian lfa. f any merchant vessel I I at either of the leal ! uake known to the cob, J siness upon which aii f I furnish him' with a lix f ver to him under oath a ' fest of the Cargo with n: which manitest shall packages, with their quantities and also the consignees. When anv - norm any or all of the n forty-eigbt hours after : ect to a fine not exc e ed. - d othei documents pre- , 6iiau be cither in the - scretion, and at the ex provide an officer to be 1 during her discbarge, to ation, ,and see that no merchandise be, landed i . f the ports of these isl of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 July 1850

3a THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. JULY 20, 1850. mail of this kingdom by assaulting any per son having custody thereof, shooting at him, or threateninff him with dangerous weapons, shall, though the robbery is not effected, be punished by imprisonment at nam laDor noi exceeding 6ve nor less than two years. 7. Whoever shall steal any mail, or steal from any mail, or any post office, any letter or packet, shall be punisnea oy imprison ment at hard labor not exceeding five years, nor less than one year. S. One half of all pecuniary penalties incurred under any of the provisions of this chapter shall, if paid, go to the use of the person informing and prosecuting for the same. Chapter XIX. Embezzlement. j CO" By recent despatches from Boston, we learn that the Secretaries of the American Boar of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, have j brought to the notice of the Sandwich Island THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, JULY 20, 1850. Harbok Statistics. The convenience of this Mission the project of atte...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 July 1850

do tbe work of ft... ilitor, that these r ice from niip ...t. t. . k wtfKs at nonoluli, J ... - r .mu 01 me instruction, hat tie gleaned fr0n, A stranger mirhi on read in these r-. omen sent hither to to direct sinners to rent atoning sacrifice ' errand, or willfu. ions, and instead of of great joy pel to the poor, heaj- tting at liberty those ie it their chief buti. : s of Sinai had, i0 t laws of Draco. In- j says all this. Hear ' of aristocratic coer- I h Christianity, preju. -le against the truth by ireanyseen, at near! c relations ; while, as juries by positive op- poor creatures to de- otherwise have been f spacious and lofty, a faith whose yoke In was light. As one bosjl wa3 any thing ned and overworked re regarded as the in. h ls the islands had even during our visit ire black, found them- and fear till they dis ith tbe tnikaneries. found on the pages of nmns of some "cou ch mutter and iieep-," rly beneath notice. substances are left to W putrify and perish. his race cannot s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 July 1850

u 'V ! i ; r i I . ! H I fV V,. - I.' I: V f; : i t' i ; r ('.'-' r - . ' ( v t r r t i- Slic . Olio. TRANST.ATIO lvOr SECWTLV PICOVErt FKMUT On 3 poem BrsAPrno. , , ; thon'rt like fhe npplc iniii young and Ur-' " That e its fl!ow gathered, one by one, ' WTner on the topmoxi bough, though rl; and rare, ': It unm4.elial vila mid blmi-ns :.lone: Fwrjoiiea.' No mark fur ever eye, . .. But for lUe gate.-' lor.giii2 1im I lou fcr4. .... f - ';. HOWET. A swallow in t!ie .prinjr funis to O'jr gan.ai y, and 'nifh the tnv lia-.cd to cmkc r.er, ar.d then :iil brii.,; " ; , Wctevlii, J'.ii'l triiw, and ltvc. : Bay after diy she to'Vit, " With pnti. ni h.art , bt!t ere lirr wo: w cmwuf.t S.nne sd ml-hap Uu: tiny fabric spi.i'.t-i!, Alid da.-I:eJ it to the gruuiiu. . f She f.Biid the rain wrnni, . But, not ml down, forth from the plae- the Bi'W, Aad, with her mme. freh eartti wnl graawi brought, "- And buill her nest suew. ' ' . but n arct Ij Iiitd ehc r-laccd Tl.e last soft bather on it am, le ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 July 1850

o n 1 UI.ATIONS. CT OF LAW Publitl-ed for tht others frequentin. ds. f entry to make tae a pilot. Vl :1s to the mndara.j : -,u cato to be si&ned k- free from any conta. he white nag, other. iae, and obey the dL oil lice r to the Governor r anding. jrgage to be landed. g, are euDjeci to a S at any of the ports all letters to the coU yarding the deliver e collector, will only M' ii . v ins Hawaiian ly merchant vessel, either of the legal, known to the coU :s upon which said rnish him with a li to him under oath a of the cargo with hich manifest shall ckaces, with their unities and also the iirnees. When anv rm anv or all of the irty-eijrht hours after f to a fine not exceed iLei documents pre. hall be cither in the etion, and at the ex vide an omcer to De irinr her discharge, to ion, ana see mat no icrcliar die be landed the ports of these isl- five per tent, ad ta- mented liquors. ports of entry at these n, Honolulu, Oahu.and lcrs, in addition there- Kauai and Kealeke- res on mer...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 July 1850

0 f X, h- l t THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1850. 42 'I Y IT e r- r suance of the conspiracy ; the conspiracy itself constitutes the offense. 4. The act of each party to a conspiracy, in pursuance thereof, is the act of all. 6. Husband and wife cannot by them selves, without others, be Kuihy of a con spiracy, and the acts or confessions of either are not evidence against the other in a prosecution for conspiracy. 6. Conspirators may be tried jointly or severally. But to prevent oppression by ioininff uarties. and thus denrivinff some of J a i 1 -j the testimony of others, it is provided, that in the trial of any one for a conspiracy, an other, charged as a co-conspirator, may be a witness, and in such case the two may be separately tried though joined in the indict ment. 7. Where one is convicted of any offense, he is not liable thereafter to be tried for or convicted of a conspiracy to commit the same; and if a conspiracy to commit an offense and the commission of the same be ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 July 1850

0 I hat such ra?gcd i0m tantly reaching the - were are bier hare yet been cjb e took place at Pan. ich the lives of thre The origin of the af. anar a Echo, of th a trunk was taken ua rcno, me ironi-: or ami proprietor of :e SfSUU in EOIil ,! es, etc. Little wa, when a handbill waj roperty, and onerin over?. A negro bo. ks employed about 1 Cardenas, a native of rom a variety or cir-: as the guilty one, and V the editor and Mr f confined in a room in ie confessed that h. at he did not take it,' ov the spot where it , the gardener of Mr. rod f the trunk, af. he office by daylight, villi another boy, am iy t'roni the premises late hour. At dusk, eed, accompanied Lj -out of town with the ni where the trunk it ncgrodom, the boy : merjeans were taking; I is they neither un-j to explain the "tru-. es refused to let them i of Mr. Vinton's rout A tbearms they bad,) Ivn. un Saturday, at e the Governor, with' that the natives had hargu of taking tLei e Governor slated that I to have the boy ar-...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 July 1850

1 y I -: I 1 K ffibc Ho. 0 From the " Hongkong Register" we extract the following very spirited translation of description of a combat from the History of the Three States," a work whkh is aaid to hare been written some fifteen hundred years ago, and which remains the most popular and dasaic production of its kind, extant in the Chinese language. Ia the days of Han's decline, The Emperors, Hwan and Ling, No more the rigor of their sires Into their rule could bring. The son that long had flamed, In the mid-heavens so bright, Now rode in haste adown the west, Tr qoench his glorious light. Uprose the traitor, Tung Cho, And the Emperor Ling's young son. First vilely from his seat he drave, Then urged, till, to an early grave, His brief career was run. Lew flee, in his ' rother's room, Upon the throne he placed ; Lew Hee, irresolute and weak, The throne bnt little graced. These deeds the soul of TsaouTs'aou Filled with indignant fire. Through the kingdom round he sent The summons of his ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 August 1850

l7I.ATI02fg. CT OF LAWq . Published fn tt.. d others freqaeatino- id. - , of entry to make t k Yt a pilot. Is to the windward ate to be sirnei k- I, Vee from any conn. ie white flag, other. a, and obej the di- thcer to the Governor landing. aggage to be landed, s, are subject to a at any f the ports all letters to (be co. yarding the deliver collector, will niy , His Hawaiian Ja. ny merchant vessel. t either of tbe lgal. e known to the cxU ss upon wbicb mjj rnisli him with a list: to him under oath a l of the cargo with"" a hicb manifest shall ackages, with their acuities and also the isignees. When any rm any or all of the irty-eight hoars after to a fine not exceed thet documents pre- nall be cither in the btion, and at tbe ex vide an officer to be iring her discharge, to on. and see that no Lerchandlee be landed the ports of these jsl- hve per cent, ad va- hented liquors. ports ofentry at these i, Honolulu, Oahu, and ers, in addition there- Kauai and Kealeke ges on merchant ves- ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 August 1850

46 feiting coin, shall be punished by imprison ment at hard labor not more than twenty years ; or by fine not exceeding one thou sand dollars and imprisonment at hard la bor not more than five years. , 11. Whoever, having been once convict ed of any of the offenses provided against in this chapter, shall thereafter be convicted of any or either of such offenses commit ted after such former-conviction hall 3e punished. by an additional like punishment not exceeding by more than one half, the punisuroent for the offense of which he Is last so convicted. t, - - - - ' Chapter XXXIII. Libel.: J ' -r: ti A libel is : a publication' in writing, - print or by a picture, statue, sign or a rep- resentation other than by r-words-; merely spoken which directly tend to injure the t- fame; reputation or good name, of: another 2 person, and to bring him into disgrace, ab t horrence, odkim, hatred, contempt or ridi- - cule, or to cause him to be excluded from society. . 'ru ; ' 2. The making of a l...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 August 1850

Iient which tends t0 Itmg the Pacific ilh erest to our reader. hng on the comn ' n, e ge at leng,,, 1 nted States .t 1 "'HI I lc P"", and., le United States oq , unanimous Tote. asC,ery.treai- 1-ialworM. M it,IVo1 i nwrai nruir n an , -,..: otCrl l-will, not4eteea,1 ncirlyi but loivarJj J Vna lY-.nt m la w -4 I r "vv jwn ig j mis uiagimicent etJ Irb cannot Tail to in.. nv different the spirh (tiifested by the preclt -rJ governnienu a fJi i.ich more' encoart,,! peedy completion of J o greatest cotnmertJ e each striving, eagtiJ secure' to itself tbeeJ lnand of its issues ! ( and honor to the oJ pride to the good oi nri lity. - lut in tbe extract M us New York on the R tour readers, if suck . . must have been paslrvins'a Dutch e the firing of a sa! of nutting such a h exceedingly rcprebW Jo awaken hopes in J acting relatives, mew llv unjustifiable; and J I guilty of such barbari " practical joke," u t Irity of the informal Lich is true. In Reposted Sate. J lull imiepenuciii publi.J fro...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 August 1850

c Olto. THE hex: reou th tua or CL-XPIM. A bncw hea to my etorj kDt Who ne'er wu known 10 i'r Of Uyinc eff-bnt e be acream 80 loud o'er eery e-'twouM Mem The home rooel be on fire. . A turkey cock, who rultJ llie walk.' A wiser bird and older, Could bear't no more, o off did tlalk Right to the hen, and told her Madam, ibl frcn-in, I apprehend, Uoea nothing to Ihe matter t It sorely helps the m so wblu Then lay your e, and done with it : I pray yon, madam, aa a friend, Ccaae that superfluous clatter ! Yea know not howl goea thro' my head !" - Homph ! ery likely !n madam aald. Then proodly putting forth a lee :. Cnedocited barn-yard fowl ! Ton know no mora than any owl, . The noble priTileee and praba Of authorship In modern daya 111 tell yon why I do it j Flrat, you perceive, I lay my e, And them review it V ' - THE COUNTRY LABS AND HER LOVER. To-morrow, Ma. I'm tweet alxteaa ! And Billy Grimes, the drover, Haa popped th qnestlon' to me. Ma, And waata to be my lover. To morrow morn, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 August 1850

if TlOJfa. OF LAWS ublisbed for tV. here freqaentiag entry to Bake Lh. o the wmdward. to be signed by from any conta- Vhite flag, ether. and obey lhe di. fcer. the Goreraor or Va to be landed. are saojeet to a any of the porta Utters to the col ding the delivery Uector, will only is Hawaiian Jfe. merchant Teasel. kher of the lepj. nown to toe col. upon which paid Lh him with a list Jhim under oath a If the cargo whh ch manifest shall wages, whh their itiea and also the neea. ween aav any or all of the -eight hoars after a one bo t exceed i documents pre 1 be either in the and at the ex e an officer to be ig her discharge, to and see that no :handise be landed ports of these isK e per cent, ad -ted liquors. ' hs of entry at these lonolulu. Oahu.aad , in addition there buai ana Kealeae- k on merchant - lulu, 20 cent per biiofageend out. attains, anchorage tb certificate, t ; and clearssce 1. the port of Hono i neither lading or leaving any passen. ler ton harbor doer. JT they discharg...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 August 1850

50 any tumult or riot or unlawfuVassembly, or to disperse any body of liotous men, sucb armed force shall obey such orders for sup Dressine the riot or tumult or for dispersin- and arresting the persons who are commitg tin anv of 'the said offenses, as tbey may receive from tbe governor, marshal, sheriff of the island, or prelect oi ponce, ana aiso such further orders as tbey may receive after tbey shall arrive at the place of such unlawful, riotous or tumultuous assembly, as may be given by any two of the magistrates or officers mentioned in tbe preceding sec tion. . V: .. 14 If by reason of the efferts made by anv two or more of said magistrates or offi cers, or bv their direction, to disperse such unlawful, riotous or tumultuous assemblyor to seize and secure the persons composing the same, who have relused to aisperse, any such person or any other person then nresent. as sneetators or otherwise, shall be killed or wounded, the said magistrates and officers and all personsacting ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 August 1850

u ,' -. - - - k y n is taken from a uted Home, March Aftaikes.-. By hj, i is Mt length Fording to ibe form. n. e "wort-hip conduct , of Boston, whom egntionnscbn plain our countrymen ijj i the . history of tbe ite been nccorded.. r more than sixty aiii this concession i bis the only act. in khirh entitles our rable consideration In the month of Amite a Protestant led in Italian, con. ics, uhioh had teen burn:. I have not ices of this transac all of us here, and inganda, which Mr. has likewise secur- lOtnnu government. tilutiort throughout r; tr iroui it: but ns of learning, in. - 9 propaganda College, every nation under hirteen Americans. h destruction, during ine iinieoi ine lata ho had 6vorn to kill ect'mn was demand- wit h the American budding, before the had assembled with had now assumed a We consequences of mo?t reckless; and lent demonstrations heard these circum inmates of the Pro- ell as other dignita- whoiii, to my own Baltimore, have ex as proper and fining for the servic...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 August 1850

52 'Sljc lio. AN ADMIRABLE PARODY. h.K.hrdRo.-n or Bellini Smith ainf the de- acripti aoni of "The New Foundland Duft fill relish this i . -,.,. Gazette: E NEW FOUND RAT. Ail" I Jftvoundland Dog. ar s KOAcr. Sly Pouncer J- Mouier !-rimlkn ! away Niltu's hw bT 'to-0 ,er ,he Iiht ,he d"y ! And around my dark chamber I hear hia vile dawa j At they aorriedly chime with the fllea In hU jawa. Oh, had I candle, the darkness of night Should corer no more hi deteslible Oifiht. Ho ! Peter 'here Pussy ! s'cat, follow hia track . Chaae hiin, op oa the washstand now, down again back Ho 1 Peter !-a light ! quick ! a light !-no delay ! Sly Pouncer ! sleek Mouser '.-Grimalkin ! away ! aw... frirh him out ! fetch him out ! aeiie him ! ho ! Mount the bed, Puss! mount tne bed, Pua! ha! down, down below! Hark ! watch ! bring the light ! bring the tonga 'not a sound (Bn the tone Hark ) There', a squeak I yes, .he hai him ! she baa htm ! he's found! Yea massa she's got to she's got 'urn yaw, naw I Hist !...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 August 1850

U V IK .1- -. - JGUI.ATIONS. CT OF LAWc LE, Published for t Inds. uoiaere irequentin. of entry to m j.t & pnot. Iward, j -I 1 11CC I1UIU conu, , of h.. 11V nuik u.gy J l iae, tuu ooey the 1 to the Governor landing. l,aTrsr tO be llnJ.j i r: Lws, are subject to g at any of the port, all Utters to the col, jgarding the deliver j collector, will only y His Hawaiian Ma. any merchant vessel I euner oi me legtL ve known to the col. ess upon which said urnish him with a lis to him under oath t of the cargo with w hich manifest shall packages, with their iantities and also the nsignees. v hen an rm any or all of the orty-eight hours after : to a fine no t exceed ithci documents pre. hall be cither in the etion, and at the ex vide an officer to he uring her discharge, to ion, ana see mat no lerthandise be landed the ports of these isl five per cent, ad Ta nented liquors, ports of entry at these , Honolulu, Oahu, and ers, in addition there Kauai and Kealeke- rges on merchant ves- onolulu....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 August 1850

00 1 ... fc3 I- i V t r r lr. V St ? K t r i lr f . 54 he will not commit any particular offense or any designated species of offenses, or gen erally, that he will commit no offense lor the time limited. . 9. If the condition of any bond given un der any of the provisions of this chapter be forfeited, it shall be put n suit by the pub lic prosecutor, tvho must specify in his pe tition in such suit, the offense which has caused the breach of the condition of the bond. . 7 10. At any time before the breach of the condition of such bon 1, the surety may discharge himself by surrendering the prin cipal into the hands of the marshal or chief constable of the district. ' . ' (To be continued.) THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. AUGUST 17, 1850. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, AUGUST 17, 1850. Latest New. We receive! on Monday, by the Connecticut, the Juno irmil from the United States, to the 13th of that mom b, and dates from Fnol ni.1 m t hit let June, at 12 M.. the hour of the steamer' railing. Our la...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 August 1850

u JJ - i he other tangoi.), II la an of question, that un- i his mrmm -6 fixed abode and ir r iK-cunie a civilize I animal before man if you idene j - i 1 J Oil local habitation and h input nf i.a - . e already said, that s a iiuhoii -h u j Ion it is agriculture .nnt I- .1 - eds, and rlothea at : 1 1 -1 lei iiuiur in ine leta in her manufacture, oi umi commerce lobe in her embrace eprired of the pro. Agriculture it the 9 and commerce are iter may be lopped lie former ; but touch it is death to all. i be United States. ducts of her soil ts wells and her Man. to freight her ships nes. 2o is it in cv f we would prosper. roduce more than we s produce affords as mport, we can make prosperity! In all e earth, and the ani- htain reliance of the rer richer than those le poor dieter starve weight of his hard 1 cultivated field and xhaustlees mine, and ligainst want aud fill lenty. : source of physical he salt cf the earth d strength and pre and corruption. It t the culture of the healthy of ...

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