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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 August 1850

00 i t THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY; AUGUST I7, 1850. 56 r ' V" - i. v r 16 f r c f Publisljclr be ntljoritg. AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE BETTER SUP PORT AND GREATER EFFICIENCY - OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Be it enacted by the House of Nobles and Rep resentatives of the Hawaiian Islands, in Leg- tslahvc Council assembled, as follows: -LANDS FOR THE SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS. , 1. That there shall be set apart, certain -lands amounting, as nearly as can be ascer tained, without actual measurement, to the one twentieth part, of all the lands now be longing to the Government, not otherwise ap propriated, for the general purposes of edu cation. 2. -It shall be the duty of the Minister of Public Instruction, in consultation with the Minister of the Interior, to designate said lands, which designation, when approved by the Privy Council shall be valid. 3. The Minister of Public Instruction shall be authorized to dispose of said lands fer the purposes above mentioned, cither by sale, lease, or otherwise, a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 August 1850

GULATIOHS. act of Law E. Published fA. .1. hid others frequenting of entry to make tbe ill puvu - feels to the windwari ricate to be signed U fr frnm a n w - -----wait, he white fltr, otW flag, and obey the tfj. omcer, d to the Governor er landing. gggt be landed. tias, are subject to a ig at any of the port r alt letter to the col. eearmngtne deliver. le collector, will t y His Hawauan Mtw any merchant vesee!, it either of the Icrxf- ate known to the col es upon which said furnish him with a kl r to him under oath 1 fet of the carso witk which manifest shall packages, with their uantities and also the nsignees. when an prm any or all of the forty-eight boors after It to a nae no t exceed btbei documents pre. ball be eitnerin the tetion, and at tee ex bvide an omcer to be uring her discharge, te on, and see that no Merchandise be landed the ports of these isl- f five per cent, md fo mented liquors. ports of entry at these n, Honolulu. Oahu, ana lers, in addition these- Kauai and Kea...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 August 1850

58 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. AUGUST 24, 1850. 2:"jJo prosecution or suit pending at the time of said repeal for any offense commit ted, or for the recovery of any penalty r forfeiture, incurred under any law .j th.ll affected bv such repeal, except that the subsequent proceedings in any such suit or prosecution may, when ne- - ' ..Dr.;.nr be conformed to the f this code. 3. This code shall be published in the Hawaiian and English languages, and in tne :EleIe and Polynesian newspapers. Done and passed at the Council House at . Honolulu, this 21st day of June, A. D. 1850. ; I KAMEHAMEHA. Keom An i. - ' HONOLULU, AUGUST 24, 1850. Acbicvltpbal Labobcbs. Among tre many subjects which occupied the attention of the re cent Agricultural Society' Meeting!", awl elicit ed interesting and important discussion, that of laborer may, perhaps, be regarded as the most important. If the waste lands of the kingdom are to be culti rated, and an export produced to any thing like the extent of the nntur...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 August 1850

innupce hwaiian Agrieultmrmt f August, b0. for the promotion of he bezinnin Wis. Altbongb r epnred tobeauseru et I promise you lobj priately, chosen tha this Society. And I fecomea Hm Mate. and political sagacit ncicnt usage, prej, upon the possession land, and to evtabliah' to tenure of till, and for rmron 01 eucn a So. ajesty has become the uurniiy incomes the e disposed to partici. ol icy tbat He has had carrying it into effect lifficuliies which can : is native subjects art tened to perceive, is ures, anything but an gbta, and a disposition r on r oreigners. To ceive them, by practi. ustry, increasing the tbe Chiefs and native profitable employment who wish to work.-. k ou.and that your wiL Istliction, in the enjoy. ie nas conierreo upog s best justification f0( I f"bGuings of a los ir admission to a right that you will not fail, uty; and I am no lets -otning ages will record !icy in regard to land. His Majesty's reign. mmenced with the ex he Earth. Adam was Eden, to cultivate a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 August 1850

... . r.s V t 3i" 60. 13ublt0l)tD bniautljoritn- - ; 'r ' AN ACT . INCREASE THE NUMBER OP THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PEO PLE IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUN--CIL. -", ''Whereas the Constitution provides for an incrcnsc in the number of the Representa tives of the People; AnJ whereas, it is proper that His Majes ty's subjects of every class, and all the vari ous interests of the nation should be fully represented in the Legislature; Therefore, .,,, Be it enacted, ly the House vj Aobla and Representatives of the Hawaiian Islands, in Leoislative Council assembled; Sectio.v I. That in future, the number of the Representatives of the People in the Leg islative Council, shall be as follows; viz; For the Island of Hawaii, six; that is to say, One fur the District of Kona; One for the District of Hilo; One for the District of Pun JJ" One for the District of Kau; One for the District of Kohala;. One for the District of Hamakua; For the Island of Maui, five; that is to sav, One for the District of La...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 August 1850

y.u ft. r , '..jf. . - '- .""J'r' vi 51 :gulations , ACT OF LAW '"It. RCE. Published f .v. n 1! Lnd others frequentin? anas. ? m s of entry to make tk. fait a pilot. sels to the windward ificate to be signed by ! free from mny conta the white flag, other . ". T. .... . ' ' ' ..''' !' .. - - Tj, 5 Mae, and obey the di. d to the Governor or e landing. bargage to be landed a5, are subject to a ng at any of the porta ;r all letter to the coL retarding the deliver liie collector, will only oy nis niniuu Ma. any mercnam vessel. at either of the legal. i . -1 . like known io me coi- Incss upon which said hfurnisb him w ith a list jr to him under oath a ?st of the cargo with which manifest shall packages, with their quantities ana aiso ine lonsisrnees. "hen any rfomi anv or all of the forty-eight hours after let to a fine no t exceed othet documents pre- shall be cither in the k ret ion, and at the er Irovidc an officer to he ;ring her discharge, t Uion, ana see mat no merchandise be landed...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 August 1850

00 HHOk2!0l 4 .- V s ' THE POL YN ESI AW v SATURDAY: AUG CJST 3 1 ,-lt50. t j 'i J i' f- ft i V f 1 l'l r I t f. ,3lf 62 n a tMMir, strange, runaway .y who what effect it might have had on ihe reli""! acter of the future sage rihI phU'pher. ii Market street with hi loaves of bread under his arms tell some church-going man ha.l tHken mm j iur hand, mi ! conducted him to hw-own m the sanctuary of God ? The only other remark which I will make turn ihe thought ju sug gested. Who can estimate the value of a kind word to a stranger? Whocan foresee the effrrt which it may have on a youth in this city ' W ho know how furh a word would go to the heart ; how gratefully it would be remembered ; what an influence it might have on future life? Such youths ofiener walk the Vtreets of the city, dis pirited and sad, heartless and discouraged, than we are aware. Everything scemsdark to them. No one knows them. No onc'seems to care for them. No one would enre if they w ere pick ; no one cares if they...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 August 1850

VJ u 'It a , sinall ' sheet, and is well filled ed matter. Bat it every surcess.v I keep it holy,' i . Suing a pajieron'' ate, and which on er justify. From xtract the follow. ive been received , and we regret to tnnnes attributed tents here, the re- rent, upon the io.. this st ttentent is lunate, as nothing prosperity of the ch deplorable re- e nave ieen ioiti i he effect "that the a strict investiga aiid if they find with California, is totally lost. ' ih much' interest, ment made some rtant "discovery by r, Mass.', and have the progress made 4 tion of the discov- we cannot explain, faith in the reality ry alluded to ; and ssioiis about to muses a complete HDiisneu usages oi it- i , rsession of pome of hitherto regarded and sciences, and inployments of do- tained in the article apers, that Mr. P. r four of the rnost . -ii: or nve miiiram ui isures to secure to Is discoverjr in Eu- I world. When ap- uUsion of steamers will le begun in !y relieving the tra- I v draw-back ex- we rejo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 August 1850

- I 64 t)ubU3l)ci bn autljoritn- - AN ACT TO REGULATE i BOATS PLYING FOR HIRE, IN THE HAKDUiv jr nunv VVhprras ihe want of order and due re nonsihlllfr among Ihe owners and crews of Boats, plying jn the Harbor of Honolulu for hire, has been severely leu ; ' And whereaV it is desirable to remedy the same; Therefore, - - v Be it enacted by Hie House of Jfobles and Rep resentatives of the Hawaiian Islands, in Leg: islalive Councilassemble. . Secti'ox 1. That the Minister of the In terior' be, and he is , hereby authorized to grant Licenses to. owners, of Boats plying for hire, in Ihe Harbor of Honolulu,; on the pay ,ment, by them of Eighteen Dollars for every - Boat. with four or more oarsmen, and twelve r Dollars - for every Boat with less than four oarsrrfen ; such Licenses , to be ;vgood for one year from the date of Issue,' and no long er. ' . Mfv. -i ' . ! :", ' ' -Section 2. The Minister of the Interior shall number all such Licenses issued by him, and it shall be the. duty of th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 September 1850

U X 5! ItEGILATlOs -.4,'", r. -Vt'-'"';' f.-vV? IERCE. Publish.) t;"H - wr j -jrs and taerBfre"t.: Islands, i " vorts of entry lintktit K-w ant a piIot " i vessels to; the wind,., certificate to be signed 1.' el is Tree Irom any en. ict the white flag, low ttae, ana obey the i. alth officer ibited to the Governor fore landing. ; i ing baggage to be land he laws, are subject i. rrivin! at any ol the r. 1: 11 1-.. ... u regarding toe a,.. .1 . ... to tne touecior, win on fry His Hawaiian Ht of anv merchant val at either of the krJ mane nwu w int I . - I JtltlllCSS U JNMi ' I1ICD fcf ri furnish him with a J ... , luer 10 Dim unoer oatfc nitest ot the cargo Jen: which manifest th th packages, with tw quantities and akgJ r consignees. nea w ioim anv or all olJ : ' 7 -" iui . 1IIA IAI iject to - r ..'4 --ijw .Mtjiw.ssfsr ; --t isef -fe 4 Vol. 7. 1 HONOIULUlATlDiY,::S INo. 17 T HE P OLYNESIAN-, 1 " .... . .rvf.iTi. fla hit H 1 is published weekly ai n""- - -- --. :.r o. hall,, editor:,; $0...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 September 1850

-3- 66 Bubstituted, nnJ thus the poor people left an easy prey to their owo propensities ana i the never keeping iles of the men oj s in. And this would be no more true of Kau.tnan ih .tation. The Board is, in VI maul ...... k; n!n hein loosed from its responsibility at the very point in its operations when its responsibility can the least be dispensed with at a point where new nnu muiupucu oii.trfnor seductions of wealth, where UIV1 - y. sources and forms of, pleasure hitherto un known; and where the evil, butalluring in fluences of a promiscuous emigration are in the commencement ot tneir operations carrying away, as with a flood the minds ofj the people. 1 he .obstacles to me rugicas of evangelical oietv at the islands were, per haps, never so great as at present, and nev er, as it seems to me,-was me, concern raieu and unbroken. influence of. the whole body, backed up by the kind and powerful support of the Board, more "imperatively needed. Hadjhe tide of missionary influence su...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 September 1850

U tc it will furnish o mouth." to Dse l .crease ibc nrc ii Kingdom cotaihe,,. emand. thus'' Is what the :iii,v e would have it jn kg limes. The da shores or this ocean les must arouse th;! ke the coming of th ower ami nappinea. t (o fleam . o stream, . nesa changiiif v." n of thought and ke way ! " - thought and action. ,'" long Itefore tkt V in question, and ah liiiversal suffrage, the 1 the - Legislature to kiralized, (not aliens,) aning. - And so far at the protection of per. hedoni from taxation ly challenge the pro- ly constitutional tnon- epublic, even, in the onor, etc. hamewto. The Pla- jult. . comes dressed i le death of several of to city. The affray oiw, called squatters, ley had rights " in the session and occupied . Other parties tak tnatter, and attempt leir property by legal and after months of red the war, a collis- i ult., when a party of ted the street, armed, ising certain persons ing the enforcement : to the rights of the lied upon all peace. kintaiiung the peace...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 September 1850

00 " r 1 I t. 3 68 SlK lio. ; For the Poll Mrtan T-v' HOXOLCLIT. tj ' " ;. The ky ! ibeky ! A brightly open' in blue eye, Ai oa Kr w England' aany kills And nailr of cloud are o'er it atealinf , Wtia leader, melancholy thrill, . A o'er the soul sad drifts of fceUnf ? r But I (eel ot the beauty "stitU ' "' i - ... . -'- Ttesun! thesnn! It thlnf aVfcngfit my heart upon . , As In my .own dear native land, - And inward far the cloud eapt mountain, By'mornint crimson lightuing hnncd, .'"Are blazing like eiherlal fountains. Yet all unmoted anJ lone I aland.; .-' j The Ttiud! the wind ! -" . Its spirit eometh, pnre and kiud, r. . '. : Cooling the heated brow of care, . . ' - .."It sleepsupon the silmt orean, .-"V - ; Watching the storm wolves in the V lak 1. But yet It rata not my emotion, r -v- My. heart of WO I still mot .tear. . ' T' 'Ky '" ; The heart : the heart !". , . .4. It U the sid and lonely heart -. . -. . '. That hsth no calm r peace within- 5. - ; " . i . : . Nature is beanli...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 September 1850

U GELATIONS.- - ACT OF? LAWs CE, Published far th- md other freqoentwrt Kb of entry to wake tt knt a pilot.. -, aelstothe windward ficate to be signed b free from any conu- the white flag, other- flag, and obey th cV i officer. ; U d to the Governor or le landing. . . baggage to be landed. ms, are uDject to - - " nz at any of the Dori br all letters to 'the col. regarding the delivery ie collector, will nl by His Hawaiian Mi. any merchant vessel, at either of the legal, ke known to the col. nets upon yt men said furnish him with a list r to him under oath a st of the cargo " with ; which manifest shall packages, with. their quantities and also the onsinees. w&en any fornv any or all ol the forty-eight hours after ct to a fire not exceed othei documents pre. shall be cither in the e.. ; . fere t ion, and at the ez rovidc an officer to be during her discharge, to tion, and tee that no merchandise be landed t. f the ports of these il- Lf five per cent, ad ra- rmeuted liquors. y por...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 September 1850

Vr 11 '.V " 70 nnd a pound of clean glue, which has been previously dissolved by first soaking it and then hanging it over a slow fire in 9m kettle, within a largo one filled with water. Add five gallons of hot water to the mixture; stir it well, and let it stand a lew days, fiee Tt should be nut on omte not;tir this Dumose it can he kept in a kettle on a portable furnace. It is said that about one pint of this mixture will cover a square yard upon the outside ofa house if properly appli- a a J cd. Brushes more or less may De usea at cording to the neatness of the job required It retains its brilliancy for many years. There is nothing of the kind that win com pare with it either for inside or outside walls Anv reaulred tinge can be given to the pre paration by the addition of coloringmatter. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER ! 4, 1950. Sak IIetcrh. On Monday last, the 9th inst, we had the sincere satisfaction of welcoming back to our peaceful shores, Mr. G. P. Judd, H. H. M.'s Min...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 September 1850

ted the patient in l. nd attended hv r..u bought he might en' himself knew better : atidille voice, jj' oinfortable. Vr t S in passing, hatHVw , .... 1 10 tjj ooditigs the Slavery . ..... - i uie I nave endeavors jal duties faithfuSiyj rv that 1 am about ... ; were bis last audibl, eak to hia wife a few ?, but his voice faiUt Ultninistered a stim. in reviving the func ro bad fled. and stomach begun at no earthly fiower wuicd has iHuns Le unwearied aiteo. iers ieserved giai unquestionable. It j. I the mind or the Pre, under etnliarraswutnt from causes named, n checked and bis life s gone, it is vaia t. lying President at the amily, including Col unUy, Jefferson Day em Fill.vtore. severs! vertl members of tb aliinef, Benton, Hale therf:poon,and a num. Without the mansion covered with an im. ontinued to linger in L'ht. scarcely crediting f hcially announced. ut a struggle. It tru rnity, without feeling ts horror?. When all is clear, until the un heir duties. The bod hiered to remain wb...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 September 1850

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1850. 72 For the Polynesian. Los Gmxgos: An fnside Hew of Mexico and California with wanderings in Peru, Chth, and Polynesia. By Lieut, fflse, U. S. JV". ' Continued. Again: The author of Los Gringos pro claims his own folly in his account of water nymphs, naiatb, card playing damsels, etc., etc. - "A man is known !y the company he keeps," is an old adage, but an infallibly true one. Judging our author by this rule, we cannot award him high praise as one whose writings touching the state of things ' at the islands, arc calculated to leave the right impression. Some of the practices of the idle and dissipated Hawaiians he has de scribed vividly has painted to the life but j !; w ilisnustinvlr minute: audi the ze&l with which he seems to enjoy the sport of half civilized boys and girls as they romp in the-water, indicates a want of deli- cacv. to sav the least, m a hitrh desree. Allow me to rj'iote freely from his pages. Take, for example, t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 September 1850

00 GUI-ATIONS . LCT OF Lau CE,Pub!abedf0.L nd other, freuemk; inds. of entry tomakm. nt a pilot. , bels to the mJ-j fret- from in - . , . J "-"ill. he white flatr, tH. Mae, and obey the d officer. . d to the Governor . landing. baggage to be landet bws, are subject to t 2 at any of the Bam. r all letters to the coL. egaramg ine deliver e collector, will only . u;. II. .... :: J any merchant vcsee! xt either of the leeaL ke known to the coL less upon whicfi said umisb rum w ith a lirt r to him under a 1st of the cargo whi which manifest shtl packages, with their luantitiea and also the pnsjgneea. Wbeu as orm any or all of tfe forty-eight hours after t to a nne not excead lothei documents hall be cither in the Pi ' retion, and at the ez lovide an officer to bt uring her discharge, t ion, and see that i Merchandise be landed i the ports of these isl- JT five per cent, cd - tnented liquors. - ports of entry at these h, Honolulu. Oahu.and lers, in addition there. Kauai and Kealeke. rges ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 September 1850

74 Leasts and reptiles. I each of his ears were two brass bed curtain rings, his trousers oiu , i. below his knees, and ne UOl ICl,u . pair of large Wellington boots. His legs, and boots appeared like two mahogany posts in a pair of leathern buckets. He played with and teased the most savage of the beasts and reotiles with the most daring intrepidity; inarv ncrlui iikuiccs of this youthlul charmer were with the venom ous serpents, at the request of the Admiralty agent; and for the trifling backsheesh of a silver sixpence, for which lie made a pro found and slave like salaam, he exhibited his power over the serpent tribe to the writer of this notice when he went on board the Itipon m Southampton Docks. - He took out the cobra capcllcs from a box fondled -with them, kissed their heads and mouths, held them in his mouth, irritated them apparently to madness by scratching them on the back, and even sufiercd them to bite him without experiencing any apparent injury. It was a singular sig...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 September 1850

e are un. TorJ, of he Vis. f the J. Adams, :ie 2nd Sepi Member. is quoted at 13, h 1,00 Syrup 1,35 ;s of the overland of sickness and tk. . Great exertions cisco to relieve the f AS D RePCBLIC.- -day for Panama. ;ers and $1,500,000 . jO passengers an.l - . We can' 'safl 1 from this countr exceed that of any ery of the mints. My large, verging This Eum has hepn Exclusive of the par te hands. I be fol. v each steamer : $150,000 350,000 - 1,500,000 339,114 32,939,124 pound lump of gold, nto our office yestt-r- creek, and dug ly U It was seven and lie longest way, five ;thirk. - he value of the land en estimated by the This amount does i Irani. the captain of the day from the Mar- 1011s to uis suiiins. arrived and taken wo French frigates It is understood that ?d as a French e.l ar which anchored afternoon, was the 'V, from Callao :be I that bv orders of remain stationed at iir Viucen lies .arrived g, from atparaUo, med that one man at lounil lump of tiure fourteen miles from esterdav. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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