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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 January 1851

136 ljc (Olio. THE STEAMSHIP. tr kji taviov. Betaliued betwet-a iw heaven, a vewel lka, Iji, M-bird wlnxloir on I he dreaming deep, Na ripple a tt mirror of ibe skies . . The clouJs are anchored, aad ibe wlnda aslwp - IIuw Jroo? her pioioa ! Sut ibe lingerlnc f ale Wooe ot a itreaioer, flulleia art a aail. A cloud la on (be sky ! A banner aud a wave ! Be ibe air breaiUIeja, aud ike canvass furled f by genius Fcltok, dared ibat thraldom break, Aud drive ihe steamship panting round ibe world. Laalird by the terapett, cashing of (be crest Of waves, abe fills the follow sea, and breasts, The aloria a shuttle, driven by no human band, Tbrongb ocean's gloom she webs in one all lands. WHit a Prudent Wife did. A corrcs Wndant of the National Era relates the following: "A fact which I came in posses sion of a couple of years ago, may illustrate the character of the New Englanders, and reveal the origin of some branches of their torofitable business. S. V. was the son of our country clergyman...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 January 1851

"41 I'scribcrs would infl eblie,thM DW si a no ai f" nr , -"1 he style of r,-. Yared at all lima. on reasonable term, J v f ,v lie IT-, I WM. BRANDON iv. a. a. wnntt and for sale uch ; do do 1-2 inch 100 M pine talin.' cedar and pine h;. at ha ; fence posts. '1 i m quanuiv or i mi ' ards, 16,600 ft pUned f , H,T0KoIW MJath, - ' ! do pine do I M sawed pine do ' i d? 2IPruc Picket 1 clear do do. J00 oak do. viz : ' v' L3do 2 do, 33 do 3 l I L j. o- j. . j " c uu, - uo oo, I. ariety of buildinv ,,. assortment ever orWj' Per on reasonable tern.. OR SALE BY TH A nnnii.. liJLT.. ne blue and black brd k'fs, Iri.h iinens, ho- ana eDda crackers, b!r es, cassia. clue. Kttf nrima at j. L I I ctJ orn wins, at. o an, ;j and shovels, iu!;..,?,,, flour, chain -cable, i. J i as't of hollow art.c4 pana, griddles. &e..j ie, pat. pate hinge, ,J :. nails and j-mk-t .1 ing cloths, water fJt. rt J lanor s irons and efcnd cruiEiis, cnrouie - ;. ept's terpentine, bit p. ai varfs." h. boxes of 12x14 12I...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 January 1851

138 jesses a taste for reading, can find entertain ment at home, without being tempted to re pair to the public-house for that pnrpose. His mind can find employment when his body is at rest. There is in. the mind of such a man an intellectual spring, urging him to the pursuit of mental good; and if the minds of his family are also a little cultivated, con- Tersation becomes the more interesting, and the sphere of domestic enjoyment enlarged. The calm satisfaction which books affords puts him into a disposition to relish more ex quisitely the tranquil delight of conjugal and parental affectiion; and as he will be more respectable in the eyes of his family than he who can teach them nothing, he will be natu rally induced to cultivate whatever may pre serve, and to shun whatever would impair that respect. The Danish Victost. The attack on Fred erickstadt has resulted in a defeat of the assail ants, as severe as it was unexected, ami as de cisive as it was deserved. After six days' cann...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 January 1851

IA mAllav fast ve many of the be. enterprise, p, rorn in. n that there re I presume some Voke of rr.. . 50 or live?, ana sii,oeftv , " 4UC rea- The he amount of bUs;n ctho-J of doing r . aliforma is erv .. of a few hundre.js shoulders of natjJ :o Lahaina where jU pieces of cotton cl0, I;, of lnrre! to the,,.,' : California resses 1 them, and where thj and command a f4jr great the change Ull ier thing the e!,anjr, iring the year, liitf, lntrtirtion romnitinj. ia lieen rvf fore. Parents Ih-I,. moved temporarily J ir children with thm. ved from thir chool. many cases hare l. ve had in their studies leen the case. Some to me importance oil d teachers and writ le temptation to nut withstanding. ; ercy to man and beast observed in Kula, and is of grace, examplary. vraiian produce shatf ary to have more than ip on the Salibatb, in ye mad arrangement liors at four places in iring the coming year, on the plantation of y people on his plan- i ho at present are like The lands maukaof gly rich ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 January 1851

u r it 134 She lio. THE TRUE END OF BEING. - MOXB OF CS LITITR TO HIMSELF. Not la myself I live, , . . Jha whiiperiiix sunbeam termt to ay, . At from the gladdening fount of day ' It swiftly wing iu cheerftrt way . -V- i - This t my being great 2ei.n " No selfish wills tbt light confine, Bnt oa the a'airy world 1 iire. ... -' - Not lo ourselves we live- The stmy hosts in concert sing. When sfisdowy ere begins to spring To othrrs, then, we freely bring The light that we receiie And blending then the cheerful ray, We come at silent close of day, To watch the hours of nifhl away. w - Not to ourselves live ." - The blooiai-ig flower bring sweet rejily ; " To bless the earth like star more nigh, Thin those that cheer the distant sky, Our life of bloom we give. .To others ears, at others feet, , We breathe to shed our fragrance sweet, That smiles U heaven and earth may meet. THE PIRATE. Eighteen years ago, the" ship I command ed was dancing over ihe w aves, on a mission of mercy. Laden by...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 January 1851

r"-"- 1t; , v 1 143 1 '. fKWDIlrO IH01T.. business offer for saU t. the following rr.11 cted expressly for tj fand blue sheetings s of English and Am.. s lawn ndbookinniil, , shirting stripe. Linen, towelling, dress Pattern. tton do. and a I ' uuJPlt jlry goods adapted to th. pilot cloth iacWla and shirts, striped do ape, straw hats, veeta im Bu,ia.iiigs, cott,. enim pants, TrocL ..1 white beaver hata. c, iic. Raiiilla & hemp cordae ;earofa!Ikind, halmz rear e & blk paints, red ocfos anvaes of everj descr Tip. iunk. boat boards. every description, ims, whale lines, te i-. ks, &c. Preserved me.ii. pickles, mustard, aaucei s, stoughton'a elixir, s, beef, pork, bread. s. oats, corn, sale rain. brandy, gin. & wine ent ot articles in this ha, all sorts, crockery aad a setts, stationer, m s, and a variety of other ent ion. 1RABB & SPALDING. bcribers would infom, I a public, tnat tbeyjiart tand of C. W. Vincent y on the carpenter and he style of Brandon t iared at all t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 January 1851
Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 January 1851
Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 January 1851

u 7r V-rr-i'.- r i n -V 144 be Uo. The wat Wives are Caufobwia-ixm. Just see how the wicked men induce their tn--i thm ffo to the gold diggings k mrtW jioon their innocent lore of dis- "j 0 r . ... - play: ' V - - . There torn wlckeJ bm I kaow Heeoaxedbis wife 10 lei aim so; v - - r Bat tnia he way lie dli It, lhout, - 4. - To (el to California ! 'r Sy he "111 aend you lompsof joM, -. '-' Meca more thaa your twa handa can hold, la yo-ir own carriage you'll be rolled" Say t she "Xow James, you know, my dear, I canant live without you hrrey ' But oBe'a owa carriaje aonnda ao queer , , Yon may to Io California ! . '.' Poetrt. The following' lines, written none beside, would prove had he Words- worth a true poet: ; . v V , . . '. ,. 1 w Maata dear to man the poore t poor Long for some moments in n weary life When they can know and feel that they have been, ThemaeWes, the lathers and ins dealers out Or some small blessings ; have been kiud to such As needed kiudoes, for this simple reaso...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 January 1851

UU mr x a m loam onerfor-A,. ed expreaaly fokl n1 K1iinlkA2l fof English and An,-, I lawn mmA K L T khirtrag stripe. res patten. lot cloth jackal.. urta, striped do- . s, straw hats, vests. and etockinn. vis. . i' iiiw uciiw BtlS. iiilla & hemp eorda. aline gear of all kl" li blk. p.ints. red , epinu lurpeotine. vass ot every descrip. ib., vvm.. nu uji. ery description. is. whale lines." i. , &c Preserved meats ickles, mustard, sauce, atotighton's elixir, beef. tork. bread. - L oats, corn, salerataa. J anoy, gin. . wim ill vi aiuvics in ibu y kll sorts, crockery enj sens, siaitooerr, cot. and a variety of other IIIIOB. - ABB & SPALDING. fibers would in Ik-! public, that they hav. t.. t incent, on the carpenter and style of Brandon ed at all tiroes to exe. i reasonable terms and ition paid to the Under. WM. BRANDON. R. A. S. WOOD. d for sale i ; do do 1-2 inch. ) M Dine nalinra. - r - r e edar and pne shingfec. us , icucc posts. quantity of timber, lallett :' s, 16,600 ft...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 January 1851

uu 1 j 146 All the exiles of Frascati, from number thirty six and one hundred and thrteen Palais Royal, and from similar establish ments in London, Berlin, and Vienna, seem to have rendezvoused in this promised land of gamblers. Wherever there is a house to let the gamblers secure it at any price, and the bank and roulette table are there install ed. There are actually more than a hun dred establishments of this sort at San Fran cisco, which are every evening thronged by a crowd of vagabond Sandwich Islanders, Mnlattoes, Chinese, Malays, and adventur ers from every country, all rogues of the first quality. All the nations of the earth have poured a portion of their scum into this sink of humanity. Ex-Attorney General, unfortunate, perhapa but ttnreHy, not a "brigand." THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, JANUARY 25, 1851. Plavtatioks. 'Every one inlereited in the permanent prosperity of these islands must see, in the importation ofsuperior sugar-mills and other facilities fur carrying on plant...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 January 1851

fed, when acting fc-. Xs.lutv. Th 5--"? -.hat a, a ery rTOn hoe; is as uuMiun.l a E B'VM implied ri. Ira or t-trxn.r..- "t were oftrrpaWor,, o nee, there would u . r. ". person, hu rt after hebi,b.0" neuiiwi fro t if they Ulie ambling, or under Buck a iruMjnnuie sii...;.: or intended to rnL he defendTnl ! oa.T ses where ;an arrest u ner nonce officer ut signifying the.. ' ng an entrance. erdict in favor ofpl CIlllIlg. ff. Kuesiau. hoped that jour corr : a : - 6"""i,u some off. think the clock in 4, not entirely useless to 4, ontxibutc cheerfully to ainly not requested to cos. who entertains the stj. irs are entertained that tlx d for. There are peopi, ire sufficiently large to i things good which do and sufficiently libera t, although the chief gloJ to them. n of the clock, it may d tor.e church is the largHt prominent public building ucture, at present exiin k of this kind. A town old be nearer the center 05 the town, but the enctie many folds more thin the sterous to suppose that ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 January 1851

r 148 I)C (Dlio. EART1T3 HARVESTS. t rmn" " n i c m s . Teare hatli litr ictrii, uo lew reuowncd than war."1 JIlLTOV SoSSBT TO CsOJIWELL. Two Uuu Irt-d years ago, ibe muou Shone on a bailie plain J Cold through Ihiit glowing night T June Ijiy leeU and ridrre tlain ; And dnisiva, bcutlin: 'iienllt strange t'ew, Wept iu the mlver light ; The very turf a rral hue Aiinmed that fatal nihl. Time passed hut long, to tell the title, gome battle-axe or shield, Or cloven tlull, or shattered mail, Were found upon the field ; The :rn grew thicket! ou the pot Where high were hcajed the dead, And well It marked, had men forgot, Where the great change was made. To-day the ran looks laughing dowu Upon the harvest plain. The little gleaners, roay-browM. The merry reaper' train ; The rich nheavea heaped together ataud, And renting iu their shade, . A mother, w orking c lose at luiid, Her sleeping babe hath lil. A battle field it was, and is, For serried ;t -ar are I here, And nint mistily fir. nprear...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 February 1851

1? sons found tr -p,-Valley, name Ut: gainst aceord iag ta v made to inlin lidm. iind into allow. . ii, 18 me cm us, mf ... e m a o w w " a ikeia kekahi e h hiaKunano, o Kai. a, c like me ke elo, ua hooweliwet: tkauwahi o ia aina was rniL.i.ips, Aed to arrive f. her, Charles Cobh eral assortment xpresaly selected for ons, woollens. wv l.ich will be offered V.J4NI0X&C0.' k Tagus from Liver. 112 of the followin. !e on very favorable lladra hdkfs. t of dried Fish. ndon Porter. Lid highland whiskey. nustird, pickles. or fencing, tin plates; i ins, stoves' and table Y, J ANION & CO.. Ship Chandlers cad beg leave to inform at they Lave removed n as the U. S. naval essis. Makee. Antho keep constantly Bl of provisions, sh'm.1 iceries, aoapieo to xue wll at the lowest raas. d credit. Goat skins. nge for merchandise. romptly attended to. respectfully solicited jnments of tnerchao. ess entrusted to their are of public patron. Dec 14, lS30.tf-3i BSCRIBEBS ON THE tor cash or approved Phi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 February 1851

n THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1851. 150 1 1: r I- E .t if t r V f " THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, FEBRUARY 1.-185I. C5 From ibe "In'elligencer," published at Geclong, South Australia, of the SOth of Octo ber, just received, we make the following ex tracts. After giving a geographical sketch of: the Sandwich Islands, the article say: . , 'It may be servicable to add nt the outset, that the Sandwich Inlands form an indepenpeuLnativ kingdom, whose inhabitant are in ibe enjoy ment of a civilised form of Government, having an hereditary king, and a Parliamentconstitut ed of a House of IVoules, or hereditary chiefs, find a House of elected representativesin which foreigners who have taken the oaths of allegi ance, are eligible to hold a scat. The Cabinet or Council of Advisers to the king, consists ut pres ent of English and American gentlemen, by which class also most of the principal offices under government are filled. I he independence - of this native state was solemnly guarant...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 February 1851

u nanng judgI1H.Wf lrged views. m Ionablc number of . rfcne.forlw-hoe'2 solidarity of ,h gr Imparted direct!. 0r; , It and value to these miucu muco Up0J s public at home. ;, bleiriafexvlPtter8,ft:.: I subject, or worth 0f , mpussiuie to write the,, U impression of Um bgive an adequate i. aracter, excellencies. tnA Intant of any one of . Iks that he has done or k ple, or the tnissionarie. ool-j, or the governing ill justice by a single U. I ami that he is convevin, It an impartial ol 1 greatly mii'tnlce. I fj, use of great difHcidtife sale writing alxut the I worthy of no more ibao llw Wmv " tn.1 .L ed at home, Mint one j.1 j . ...... lift, I much (ike table talk, nn. pieinliering. Voun . write her history wj and iiia.le it a carefu ifficuli i it, mid uuisti, I f uch a initialed eop. , or fHther Hi give a in population. Web.) liguagtt and fee only tbt III nmgr-MiHirf, ihin. .hi, in tin- family, in -i" of.- furniture, the iti tin new ixTUjntliifft, the ir i.uir, their rea.. i;ntKsiii...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 February 1851

r 0 -. ' ."-w ,": f'r - M I" j i. , !; Uv': )";" t- - 152 CALIFORNIA IN THE FALL OF 1849. BT MONSIt. DILLO.V. Uridrerfrom the Revue de Deux Monde. Nothing is more strange than the spectacle presented every evening, after eight o clock, by these gambling houses. Outside, an im mense crowd obstructs the entrance; in. the interior the eager players force a passage, to the monte table.and in their impatieut scram ble often come to blows.. Elsewhere a quar: rel of this nature is settled with a caff or. a kick. In California, an injury or even some times a mere push, is followed on the instant by the stab of a poignard, or a pistol shot; iciUk thrt" cries the banker, while he kf - W aarv 9 fires off a pistol in the room, "you make too much noise you d d rascals that you are!" "I'll male a hole in yon," is called out from another point; "may the devil tale me if I such are the observations, brief, but energetic, that are exchanged on all sides. Once before the gambling table the new com er...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 February 1851

arrive cber. Cha r!es assort nitsnt Cobb, kxpiraslv w -- or ,eed for ens. ton, woolleni fchicn will o offered Y. JANION CO. V T?.rn from I.iva. ng of the following " ri..i . ile on very Madras bdkfci 't of dried Fish. bndon Porter. old highland w hicker ine, claret in csk cs' mustard, pickles. for fencing, tin plates. am? stoved anil i.li JANION & CO. Civil Engineers, per. engineer department one which shall em e th'cy of a public or laracter, such as roads- conduction of waters es or the irrigation of wharves, piers, jetties, e erection of mills, be iiar mills, the tnann. phite of Lime, &.C. tBa tpographical charts, t and Fort street. Ship Chandlers and bee leave to inf. hat they have removed wn as the U S. naval rlessis. Makee, Anthon o keep constantly oa nt of provisions, ahm ceries, adapted to tbe sell at the lowest mar ed credit. -Goat skins ange for merchandise, promptly attended to. J respectfully solicited igoment? of roerchaa- ness entrusted to their bare of public ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 February 1851

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1851. 154 I il iv " -1 rr t r F'- I' . it I- THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, FEBRUARY 8, 1851. Statistical table. The tables published ia our last are so uearly complete in themselves. t h.i an .n,i.u is scarcely neeessarv. But for the ...... .... - . convenience of ourreaders, we give below the roost Important items of the preceding year, that a comparison may be made without the trouble of referring to the published tables of that year, which mayeiot be accessible to all. Gross receipts at the Custom House, - . Honolulu, 1849, - - - ' $79,802.75 Gross receipts at the Custom House, Honolulu, 1850, - - - $116,190.68 X Increase in 1850, $36,387.93 Gross receipts at the Custom House, . Lahaina, 1849, - - - $3,330.70 Gross receipts at the Custom House, Lahina, 1350, - $5,203.15 Increase in 1S50, $1,872.45 - Gross receipts at Hawaii & Kauai, 1849, $97.87 ; " " 1850, $112.90 Increase in 1850, $15.03 Domestic Exports from Honolulu and Kauai, 1849, ... $...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 February 1851

lrcrwptAjl A. . c acinc Coaitr , h is eMjrtopere.;.. writer is not tntitm m , and wait f long prepared to ," nc' folds lha . lead aeeme.1 ,,. a hHve looked for tal in exehan. r ' ire is nothini. I.e. -" iur il has nvmm l . r I - ucani 0r the shores of the p,' ; steamer Chess n-.t. irera, left this port . ;lb, and in yesterday'. lint ot her nnmrL. sueti wnen tne Che,. :ing liack five or ..r John Wilson and John iiie imiiiiier. A mm vas railed, to hear th. Inhtch meeting M, at y ns our Mea flown . I Ilea ring t hes w mid?,.. puidw into ife turret. lotxl the 1 riiiiiv. tli... extent, nift jboint.ietf IIKlKCll ttilii tla h i , - - - mtr fnl aliu-Mt hejitful I - t v . . kukik a nie UUtf. he grey mimI vhu i In the Muck amid. a.,j oi.jecr. 1 he r.,1.1 u 11 n DroDnrtinnj f r-. the pound. At times v a i uin IgoM is uot easily A,- J? of the year, after a tenure beacn N cmer- p. ..... ..... wiiuib Mining Jtrinin id sand. and estimat! Ir ot the Coriiiu:nv I I iNC I (00 and thi-i est i ma. I us ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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