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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 September 1850

76 For the Polynesian. ' Los Grixgos: An Inside Ken f Mexico and California, tcUh wanderings in Peru, onut and Polynesia. By Lieut, IVise, V- Continued. The author of Los gringos exhibits a strange mixture ofignor.nce, i?"""'"' j r.u- : he lells us of the Hawaii- uiiu iviii in . , .1 .u: r,arativc state, and oi the re- ails, men .wi"f- , suit of labors on their behair. it. j !.; firad I Khali be somewhat mis unuci - - ., f-pltaneous ill my quotations and remarks. Indeed I scarcely know where to begin, un- less I transcribe moat that tie nas saia oi mv neonle. a thins 1 by no means inienu to uu As a specimen of his ignorance of the state of things here I will quote a paragraph on aze 357. "Infanticide, always prevalent in the Polynesian tribes, is here more alarm intrlv fieoucnt tlian even during their dark davs of sacrifice and idolatry, caused, no lonht" in a crcat decree by unnecessarily laws nrn1nst illegitimacy. " An as- riinn so utterly false I am willing to attri KutA tn niir ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1850

' r- ? j; . - -t- r GUI.ATIOKS. ACT OF LAWS v., rMBiiEitea tor the nd tiers frequenti. tnds. fi s of entry to'maLotk. . A. a pilot. S to thfl WHirli.....! els ficate to- be signed J : fr. frAn iiim V " ' TODIjl, the white flag, other, flag, and oEey tbe diL i officer, :d to the Goi'ni. p landing. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, SR PT EMBER, 28, 1850. 1N6. 20 ?gage to be landed,. aw: r 4 1 r-.g at any of tbe port, r all letters to the coU regarding the delivery ie collector, w ill 0nl. i.y His Hawaiian Mi. any merchant vessel at either of the legal' ke known to the col. tess upon which 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 onsiiiee. hen aar form any or all ef the forlv'-eight hmrs after ct to a tine not eiceed othei documents pre. shall he cither in the e. rction, and at the ex Irovide an officer to It during her discharge, ta tion, and see that no merchandise be landed t. the ports of these igt...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1850

i I:- i' n v- c- v Is' X rr 78 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 29, 1350. Reminiscesce. The increase of business within the past year at the islands, nnd the bus tle and hurry of a commercial town so unusual, hitherto, except for a few month during the shipping season, are calculated to awaken in the minds of theold residents of ten, fifteen or twen ty year, a new train of thoughts, and to inspire all classes with anxious speculations in regard to the future. We well reineinlier with what anxious excite ment the cry of 'ail-ho" was regarded fifteen . years ago; and into what a eate of commotion the little foreign community of Honolulu would be thrown, ly a veritable arrival from "fatherland."- Letters and papers from five to fifteen months olJ were eagerly seized nnd their con , tents devoured with a greediness indicating the zest which their perusal afforded; while the one or Two cargoes of goods imported for the market here, were flow ly distributed amongst the con sumers,' who...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1850

0 0 r 15 V ft. - Ainff the Joint Jfe.. rrrt A ftthr - hem, ao far ui jwjjj tuH-cr ricu. legociated in Wfc. tentiary andine ics, on the 20tnDe. by Ua on the 19,- eges and exempt;0l) t the United Stai. leges and exempting .y sections XV II Boj r I, part III off),,, to Organize the.E,. Hawaiiani IslnnJ, pd exem)tioi)atsulHn Used in the Joint R. Council of 1 5th Jm Freaty supercedes reas, it is expedle d be applicable, alike jiations, and wherea r Kingdom, and tbj have the power aai haired 40 remedy ant tiext tigering of 0 i Vance und exercise a! In Us, so rested, Our Kuhiua Nni' uncil to Us residing leby ordered, that the aforesaid with tb c of 24th August 1, Provisions relating u o Whale ships in tbt lint Resolutions, cod- I rid that all such pro- froin the date of tot do further order fht Iie privileges and ex rican whale ship, un tie, and no others, I VmI alike to the tvhL fie forms required Ljr inance is ordered to j, hereon accordingly. te City of Honolulu, iemln;r, 1850. AMEHAMEH...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1850

e:: f. '.V-v ... ! If ... ' .- - V rfl aV v in I -J i t. i- u u Hi f t 4 . e "-ax :1 SI .1 so MY OKS V K. JSBSKP JAMES. - Gather ye round me, friend J it "re" O mute companion oT my tanus""' mu"l . . ., . hrlrkt browa bear Mate, yii cwqncui, - The aeal of welcome l rour soliluJc. Frien.J., who will r ow n," w'",n' " Tow lone. Ham-"' mJ r- ' . Ycmrej-", nlrel 'mid Iherlim.ce .f rarlti, ' Beam kindly oil inesnd Ifiwllhat iicke r. My heart bath fumul it home. Blight beif.es i-f I1' uiiud Children of Bard and Sijc jc similarly gifti d ' Tu glorify the auiiftJ.ensliriucd In my ol's emple (bow hive ye uj-!ifi-d -With the cala radisnre of your ihou;hts eublimr, ItHenirit Tovelhe UU and nrcting forma ofTime. . ' " a - . " What are you doing, Jie ?."aiI I i , i . - "Oh! noihins.sirj" was Joe'a reply. ,y .4t " And you there, T.m. pray let me know"-- V 1 am busy, ir ; I am helping Je.", .. i i. 4 nothing, then, o hard to do, - ' -.WiU ' TUnt ihuili taVe the Ume of two?. . ,; ' i ; C- 'j'Xo.aay...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 October 1850

o 0 "or storage, per cent, ouse at orei. - ?iver to the Col- i eed in the tores.; ' is, quantity . and - amount entered " ; oring and taking y in importer or ;4 st be in onginal hole package wifl ) bf tbe stores, the :J: ' order to the Col- , rs and contents, which" it was itn-. hethor it is for ex- nded for export-' ; make an outward - or ownertolraw-i st be two hundred V e all been imported ne vessel. ;. ,v. or fire, shall be at parties who place . AGE.' ts. each, . . each per month,: ." do do ' do do , do -do do do-t t do do do do -:-grained at less than. r month. ' - " " " I tied at mora than, n, 1 -2 per cent. per alued at more than. r iionth. OMPOSE A. TON.. u"ai, rice, nans, an t nd all other heavy- - erein.) ' " . f 11 1300 lbs.dowcks... sure) reckoning the . asks, of oil, Tinegar, lc, beer and porter;. krds, plank,' timber,. nd furs. -v tea. - . . ' ?. bishop,-: - Gen. of Customs.. 349. " - of Customs. " i I FI CATION. Ihers are hereby in, and Gold Duet, n tbe Vaults of . t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 October 1850

0 9 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1850. 82 Two Living Facts. The world rings with praises upon the recent . achievement of English and American Diplo matists, in negotiating the treaty securing the existing free navigation laws, between the two great commercial nations. Great good will no doubt, thereby result to commerce and numerous merchants become princely rich; but it is a sad pity, that common jus tice cannot be meted out tolhe foreign sea men sailing under the respective nags of the two countries. Cannot British ministers, and American statesmen frame some law, or negotiate some , treaty, for the protection of those seamen of other countries, wno are induced to ship on board English and Amer ican vessels. Not, however, to oeai in gen eralities, fer. according to the old Saxon proverb, one fact is worth a thousand argu ments, and. of course, two will be worth twice that number. '-- The First. - Thi3 day, September 6th, two crippled sailors have visited our sanctum, on e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 October 1850

0 r f C10"1 reat ro.rrm a i ns ka-cbest full V . .- . in-.. nc iiifie iki... . ong, a foot wid -,, seven naclt Ion g, a foot wide, 1 . ti . mauer lurbst. r - s long, one foot eep; and two !,.. k inches wide, and?!1 hved, but sent bJ? idition to this accuJ larters arrived. kt rank.exprewiB-,? hat large collection, If required" Id guard the ord that is notperw ie expressions all the tendency of ba profane language, i I from jour hearts u mill nnd at viw Ission which you wou ii was one you learnt. is. cr Items rar.r.. a I of mollification been mken sick, a se moments ihey hat. invent language mj of it, after reMorai;,. of the pain ihey Bfcj siaieu mat tney B express-ions in cbit had passed since thtt the early impress" ied upon the heart ire tenanted to an i br disgrace vounwW lent of the MveuBri letter, tbat Mr. Ml talet de ehambrejoy he ly prigging bisnni. t that pen, sir! sak a few days agn.as h oviiaii iu nine H Home: " Lont tour. my profits! lV ' said John, "Mr. T. remfennis with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 October 1850

0 r 84' ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. BY LAURIE TODD. . . . r ' , i In New York 'in 1796, my store was m Maiden Lane, within three doors of the store of John Mowatt, an extensive dealer in shoes.' His foreman was John Pelsue who sat behind the counter stitching shoes and waiting on customers as they stepped in. One day a corpse was found in the dock at the foot of the street. The coroner took the jurymen from the neighborhood, among them John Mowatt and h;s foreman, John Pelsue.'. The corpse lay on a table in the centre of the room. Some of the juYymen remarked that as soon as John Pelsue look ed on the corpse, he . started, turned pale, and looked as if going to faint. He rallied, however, but his subsequent movements oc casioned some curious remarks. The jury, having rendered a verdict of death by drown ing; were discharged. " Mowatt turned around to look for his foreman, but he was not therel We stepped out of doors nd saw hira high up the street, on a' half run, when he quickly turned a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 October 1850

u &;ua rr 9 Yet for storage vynve per ee.f Howe Stores'. liver to the Col n the store. acedin s ouantif J Uch packace. f amount entered . oring and taking y the importer or st be in orivini hole package f the stores. k. order to 'the Col. Irs, and contents. which It: wu in. he t her it is for ided for pxportav an outward vner to draw two hundraH ' lnake m. or 01 t be ball been iiaported pne i Teasel- - -'' or fire, shall be at parties who place ;. iVGE. s. each, . each per month. do do do -, do do do do do . do .. . do do do alued at less than , month.' jed at mora than' , 1-2 per ceat. per lued et more that ! onth. -"'-' : 4 . , bMPOSt A TOK.. - gar, rice, nails, aJK d all other heavy, rein.) ", ' 1300 lbs. doincka. ure) reckoning the ska, or oil, vinegar, le, beer and porter - rds, plank, timber. nd furs. ' ? ' i ' tea. t BISHOP, Gen. of Custom. ; 49. , bf Customs. FI CATION. ers are hereby n, and ucid Dust. the Taults or the.. roof, without any e following rt-gula Packaee. na...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 October 1850

86 removed,) was the one, and the ribs were uninjured. After the consultation it was de termined to reduce the fracture, but owing to the extreme sensibility of the patient, the operation was not completely performed, and at the expiration of a few hours, the sufferer entreated that he might be released from the bandage?, and they were accordingly taken off. During Saturday evening Sir Robert was permitted to see Lady Peel and the members of the family ; but after this time it was thought advisable to exclude all strangers from the apartment.for fear of producing any additional excitement. On Sunday evening, the pulse having increased from between 8U and 90, at which it ranged after the accident, to upwards of 100, it was deemed necessary to take some blood, with a view of reducing the inflaraation. Twenty leeches were ac cordingly applied to the left shoulder. There was no positive improvement in me putui condition from this operation, and he contin ued in a very precarious state t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 October 1850

0 is book on the flTT lent of the ReJZd cunanis fifth, h nei: norablebndJof Pt. u me senior. .P. era, ami of lhe me. I he Pa- .- ' " in the gallery iJbpr? and forty t in of more ih '. ice on the sam :n the author of theVh. am' classical l03 a t ha horn r oryruns thatTvtiK - JI Bnnil. le hour came, and? he took his olac r ar.,1 goon the penci,1; I be legal .rator eporter unconaciousi. an ot Brougham ,j he gallery thought ,t e house would remT sage in the Roman and concluded bin k. work to write outk, uments required hC Licero. Brougham.. ting, without remart ited matter. km of this city, and oo e ot the Courier, session a very interer mil embroidered ea- , wnicn was used t. Id, and is stained nallv from John Fm cavalry in Cromwell'. y was required toU the unhappy inonarci family to that of JaeM iI to New Jersy ne mn century, ami w rke family. Sbege epi u witn tbe ),it passed ill to anott anil has finally coin omtison. . Its authes. traced ami prayed ke rchief is of small Scottish, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 October 1850

88 For ths Polynesian. TO THE 8CN, WHICH HAD DISAPPEARED FO SEVERAL DAYS. Good Horotnf , Friend Bo right welcome afais, To the cheers tad the smiles of sorrowini wen You've lingered away la tbo depths of the sky, Till the heart has frowa sad end weary the eye. A full week tu flows since yon'v! beamed on our earth, Bheddinj gladness sod beauty, in richness and mirth. Yonr life-giving beams, which ol yore danced so bright, Rare long been succeded by tempest and night ; O, where bsst iho'i been Ic thy splendor and state T O, what hast thou seen so soprisingly great Keyond those black clouds that hare hung o'er this sphere, And distilled their full gamers of rain-drops down here. While the storm baa been howling through forest and glen, The thought is sublime, oh where hnsl tboa been i Still rolling, methinks, ss thou ever hast done , A faithful and true, and bright glittering sun. But how seemed this ball, as the elements strove, And old ocean's bosom most fearfully hove ; If ight'sl t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 October 1850

3 LI e or store w nee -3: " foiae St7rZ"t I delirer to the Col. I Placed m tk. ... 1 tents, quantity f each packs. - tire amount eat'eraj storing and ukin. ebjtbo importer or fcust be in oriir..t whole package win. es.) lit of the stores, the anoraerto toe CoU bera, and contenu, in which it wu L whether it ts Tor ex. itendod tor export. 11 make an oatwanl form. er or owner to draw. Lust be two bundi4 are all been imported in one vesseL. ge or fire, shall be at or parties wno place P RAG xv. cts. each, kts. each per month, cts. do do do ts. do do do . ts. do do do- ts. do do do alued at less than, per month. aloed at more this ton, L2 per cent, per valued at more than, month. COM roes A TOK. sugar, Tree, nails, aU and all other heavy herein.) knd 1300 lbs. do hacks asure) reckoning the casks, of oil, vinegar, ale, beer and porter oards, plank, timberr and turs. t) tea. R. BISHOP, bL Gen. of Customs, 1849. of Customs. TIFICATION. s . there are hereby oin, and Gold Dust. in tbe Vtults ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 October 1850

(j THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1850. 90 panion of my walks, and felt as much interest in my pleasures as I did in his. His disposi tion was as beautiful as his intellect, and therefore I had always an ominous apprehen sion that he was not destined to grow upon earth, where it was not possible that his na ture could be improved, and but too certain that it must in some degree be sullied. The feeling that thus prepared me for this priva tion, has not been without its use in enabling me to submit to it with resignation. I hope and believe that I have borne this' affliction as becomes a christian. The stoicism which I endeavored to practice in youth, and not without signal benefit, might have supported - but could not have condoled me. My heart is weaned from the world, and the , brightest spot in the prospect before me is, when the . light from heaven 6hines upon the grave. Yet do not imagine that I give way to sorrow, : or indulge in vain sorrow, or guilty regret. "The Lord ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 October 1850

PORTUGAL. iv.onHePK,T.. ve visited from the Krta" ' 0,000, Sit others the iL. 7 and some of the ren the Purtugu with his demand period, has ntoivei snls and letaiin satisfy the claim, war, the i Indppen ie Mississippi, firji; ine I !i2u. chn-.j t0uenC'rrCe rjment ine uniieu aiatej tugal. These claim, 'hararter, and sont ipal is a claim for an privateer, calii eh was pursued into bv two British cn we were at wnr being attacked In impelled to set fire the shore. It ap uguese government i the law of natir.ii essel ofa friendly . Great Britain is by no snoui'i ue re repudiated by ihe ive left that of Por. as they best can claim is $30,000. warlike stranren o which teey invited ks that something iQ i ue enectetl ; lUr, ed to hear of any vmenioi trie claims !ayinent were not at he must demand ron would proceed osed that the affair payment iiyinstal can scarcely refuse matter formed handier of Deputies le President of the e Minister of For. fen.ent of the affair aims of the Amer and conclu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 October 1850

92 $he Olio. From Blackwood Edinburgh Xagatlnt. A HYMN. OS, Unseen Spirit ! sow a calm divine Comr tank from thee, rejoicing earth and air Tree, bill and home all distinctly chine. And thy great ocean alambera every where. The mountain ridge againct the purple aky Stand clear and strong with darkened rock and dells. And cloudless brightness opens wide on high A home arte I, where thy presence dwells. The chime of bells remote, the mnrmaring sea, The song of birds in whispering copse and wood, The distant voice of children's thoughtless glee. The maiden's song, are all one voice of good. Amid the leaves' green mass, a sonny play Of flash and shadow si in like inward life ; The ship's white sail glides onward tsr away, Cnhaunted by a dream of storm or strife. Upon the bridge of foot-worn plank The peasant stops, where swift the waters gleam, A ad broods as If his heart ia silence drank More freshing draughts than thai untainted strestn.- The cottage roof, the burn, the spire, the grav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 October 1850

b HAVING ewe, lr the transactim. thn Dubiic tfclr!? kth Messrs. E,.l LV band a bupdIv f Vention is reapeT,?" boVd crape shawl, : Id wb't crape L silk bed qlu. ass ciow, vermicelli ck and green tea .' ggins, saddle dotL hell and ivorv dr T leather trunka, doLb2,' h's boots and show. h shoes, embd alin.1 Vstrated music, l Sikv. lods. and a van... ORTKR I OGbEN i . . . . jur. can do oniained f n moderate terms. Ull-3m TOES ! ! We U. Ierchants and Shippgj cparcu ih supply lae b, Molasses, and all tk I 1 . . L 1 . ius, ai me soonest Be. Inore re Pillar and nrnm. tends, we have openj f Mr. F.W.Thompsg,, s. Williams & Co when to receive oraers aw JlTH & ROBINSON. bR SALE BY THl pongee naais, sewi blue and black KtT. Kb, Irish linens, hosier a soaa cracaera, black, cassia. 1n. Mtla : ef, prime pork, chewm. n mills, as'd sizes in shovels, culuvaton our. chain cables. Iir Ls't of hollow ware.eaaJ hns, griddles. &c, &t; . oat. pate nmres iu nails and spikes, coppct ig cloths, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 October 1850

94 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 26, 1850. Choo Island. Facilities may also bo found on Preble Island, one recently discovered by Captain Glynn, of the United States navy, and uaroed after his vessel. This is some what nearer to the Sandwich Islands. To either of these places, Port Melville or Preble Island, the Chinese or Japanese junks can carry coal, but the distance to be steamed from Honolulu will be increased to about four thousand miles. It has been proposed to establish a depot at the Fox Islands, or on one of the adjoin ing groups; but that part of the ocean, is for seven months in the year, enveloped in fogs so dense, that the Russians of the north-west Fur Company never attempt during that sea son to approach those islands, or to navigate any part of the adjacent sea. All the whalers : agree in their representations as to these facts. They enter the sea to the northward of the Islands in May and June, and leave it again in August and September. The fogs not only rend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 October 1850

0 were swelled k . Germany, and "l a "ell-kn e imjietunc tr?2 '". TheDan-?r'f t sorereim eN V t ep.ritc.l peo,,! Iilnry auxiliary ii Their ria,.LfcN "Jl l,y I he l. . e xvhoUhe, ,tfl4f tot Europe, Hhich? "theirrnusp. u .,,5 j ail Fh... ves co vindicate iiT1 ii the smith i invasion. iK-i J1 a nation 'heeriPr..n F Till mhii. v oi it r. 1:7 he entire failure flf el to bring ,hi8 n! dk, IllPnild nr.. I .1.1 oKlu!e,l in Berlin f Kakmg the whoj one fiirctly conis. s vict..rk.us out of a re than irnlutl.e ,b of the interference l g go have tertni irrnce is a repetition t: 'aly after the tfefeai Izky had not irreiip (-re ny an impfrfg i fin uy omcr ouer . ""7t M.ai2ii u.miI.I not hu !e of iVnrnri ....... I . ....... iUIIMIIIg, " ,iie Uanei. nsii ill-iiiiiei neotiajitt victory of Frederic it-ii'wi, an.) fa te contest would i.art is len tfaetvithdra..! S and the exclusion d ICI "ui indeed me nines or JJeiunark ritones were to ban r eunjKirt. of the tUj appear Jh the fit-Id was i Mies ny me ft...

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