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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 March 1851

u A f - t (X t: C 176 Iht lie. BOVS AND MEN TOGETUER. We were bori together, And never can forget The school boom near the beaJhrr, Where we in childhood met ; The humble home to memory dear, It aorrowa and it Joya, Where woke the traaaienl amile or tear, When job and I were boy a. We were youth tojelher, And caatlea built in air , Voar heart waa like a feather, And mine welgh'd dowa wilh car : T yoaeame wealth with manhood'a prime, - To me it breugbt alloys Foreshadow'd In the primrose time. When you and I were boy a. We're both old men together , Tbe friend we loved of yore, With leave of autumn weather. Are gone lor evermore, flow blest to age the impulse given The hope time ne'er destroya 'Which led our thoughts from earth lo heaven, When you and I were boys'! Moans' Bcasors or Lovb. PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION OF SIGHT. For Near-Sichtedness. Close the eyes and press the fingers gent!, from the nose, outwardly, across the eyes. This flattens the pupil, and thus lengthens or ext...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 March 1851

' T '. ''''" ' It. EXGIKTri, , Civil F.nriT,. w" f &e tneyof public" I iarafr r f i-- u rr, J conduction of wate les w harvea. pier., j. erection of min. . upar mil l. h. ph.te of Lime &Ctthe pvgi.mi caarta . J w . . ana ron street. Ship Chandler. aiMl f beg leave to info, at tbey hav removed I ma. the U. S. eseia. Make:. Ami. t I . T OB ! it of prov.-wn., .hip I sell at the lowest mir. I ed credit, j Goat .kin, j r ' -viwc. promptly attended to. reEpccuuuy .oiicited gnments of merchant ie.a entrusted in iiare of pub'.ic patron- uec 14, isau.tt-Sl BSCRIBEHI OK TBt for cash or Approved Philomela from the J i d 2 inch clear Pine ) ft 2 and 2 1-2 in. do, , 36 M shingles. ' iich boards, 0 2 a 4 inch hard and 7, 10,000 clapboard.. ouse frame. 17x36. hplete, with window. on., flooring and co v glazed 12 light. 11x14 door. 1 a 2 inch. cheeses in tins, schooner now baildinr A.P.EVERETT. after this notice PULOA, or FISH r others, and anj per de at Puloa. from an on of the undersigned...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 March 1851

u 178 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. MARCH 22, 1851. the object ofhis bitterest attack, are presented daily. Too much value need not be ascribed to such documents, but the total absence of such signs of support should be some indica tion to a political leader. The joint summons issued by the Austrian and Prussian cabinet to all the German gov ernments to send representatives to the Dresden conferences, has been published to dav. ThePrussian commissary who will pro ceed to Holstein, in conjunction with a col league named by Austria, to require the Sta thalterschaft to suspend hostilities, is Gen'l Von Thumen. As his appointment brings active intervention of the Prussian govern ment for enforcing the terms of the treaty of peace it has signed, one step nearer, the Constitutional has published this evening an appeal to the prople of Berlin, printed in the largest type, exhorting them to subscribe generously to the funds necessary .to carry on the war. The journal has been again seized by or...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 March 1851

ite that I am nnac. writers alluded. t0 vain of pJeasaml bian can throw dirt to the occupation LOOKER ON. ' nan: . he last two weeks exceedingly bW b thermometer has f50. Much rain s being thorough!. s and fountains of g a matter of on who provides for hing. The winds g them, as many 0f , bones seem pene. arrow. It remin,?. ch storm ; the keen He suffering on land This long continued jpose, for the fact have heard nothing The Polynesian of lias reached us, Jan. ui, have never Men. sea. You see n-e ; but a change of b us up again. How y of steam, I need r island readers. w York in some 60 p more than 6iz or Indeed, the ex !e brought quite rffect of being thus exceedingly happy, one of our greatest en that we are scat- lat much time must jTering must be en- lion. It is nearly , on Hawaii, n here d tailored as a Ha- rongly desired, for ation, and see once onimune with my the possibility of a me small and dirty red me from the not think it likely lome and the scenes r the same reasons K...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 March 1851

r : 180 She (Dlio. For the Polynesian. CHARITY. DecTBBoov Chap. XXIV V. 19. 20. 21. I lookrd opon goodly field, A field of c olden grain, The fullest' Mother-Earth could yield t Blessed in Suo and Ktin s And lo ! there came a good mtu forth, And brought hU reapers too, To cot the grain and bind the sheavea With bind, a reaper du j And then Ike quiet sa came With wjuna of rudest kind. To bear it to the narns away, But Utoax sheaf behind? 1 itood beneath olf8 ,ree That spread its branches wide. And teemed with grateful frnit, and lent Its shade on eTery side And lo ! strain the good man came, An J best the tree with staves, Till olive paltered hi the grass Like rain drops upon waves, Bui here an one and thera an one The good man left behind, Which any famished waylarer Might pass that wag and find. And next I stood amid the vines, With purple clusters crowned. Where grapes the ssiicy son bad kissed Hung, blusain?, to the ground : And once agnin flu; good man came ,- And bevies of brig...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1851

oo F htst: ' il, r """- 1 racter, such a - . vi am ni s : - . r-UC or hrves, pier,rjetti' ! erection of milh ographical charts and Fort street hhip ChandlerTTT t they have re.rJ? n as the U. s e4 .s.Makce.Antto i?eP. ",18.Unt,7 on cred.t. Goat skie ge for merchandise. 1 anenaea to espectfully solicited ! nruents of merrk. f ' u- ss entrusted to their re of public patron. Dec. 14, 1830.ti-3i SCBIBEHS ON Tat r rash or nnr.--I - -rfivicn 'hilomela from the U I 2 inch clear P;. iltfg ft 2 and 2 1-2 in. do, 36 M shingles. h boards, 2 a 4 inch hard and , 10,000 clapboards, use frames 17x36. lete, with windows ns, flooring and cot. lazed 12 lights 1UH ioors 1 a 2 inch. heeses in tins. hooner now building A. P. EVERETT. after this notice PULOA. or rin others, and jrny rer- i j-uioa, 4rora any i of the undersigned, ion at law brought W. VINCENT. J.8 , r for sale the follow. d : cases pies'd Meals. ' Lemon syrup. Manilla cigars. do bro trans China Matlinjr. is, and a large in- I. Dec 5.tf-30....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1851

182 DECLARATION. Le Pte8ident de la Republique Franchise fuH,..ii nnlmPR dun &1 tl ic ivui uca .. - 1 -e desir de terminer le reglement des difficul- tes pendantes entre les deux pays, et d'en prcvenir le retour dans l'avenir, en assurant fa juste et complete execution de la conven- tion du 26 Mars 1846, sur les points contro- publique France et Ministre des Affaires Etraneeres dJ Royaume Hawalen, signa- tairesdu traitd uraonc( lesquels, apres avoir ebhange) leur pleins pouvoirs troures en bonne lorme, soni tomoes a accoru sur les termes de la declaration suivante ' le. Le trait e" du 26 Mars 1846, sera loy alcment adopts et enterprefd dans les deux textes francais et Hawalen, les seuls qui .aient jamais it6 revetues les signatures offi mm rielles II demeure convenu aue dans le O cas ou des juges grangers n'entendant pas le francais devraient decider, le texte du -traite" anglais, de la roeme date, officielle- ment dclar identique, sous la reserve de "l art. Ill, pourra etre con...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1851

reigned, it is Rgreed he Protocol. t luagoa fball be used) all only promos - ue interests of their u,e ,re8PPct due force, though ereignty and inde. t, with this obifc, ge of the fact,, y and impartiality ly, demand noth;i ly to grant, in turn. suit, which is alto- gmty and honor of 'otiators. in ih;. mslves of all pre. carry itieir inves- tbis Arcbiuela ral Du Petit Thou- i. endeavor to guard rce ot error, and, so re may permit, to rnments to renounce which Ebali appear lished. li ne all surprise, and erty of great proDri- k the points, succes- liscusMon, ehall not after the whole dia- ir. d record a historical e solemnly recog- he two contracting Bin of March, 1846, ed in its integrity. y le examined shall the initials of the ursued and termin- i general principles e diplomatic usages ihat if impossible i'jverninent of the nit the mediation of nent of the difficul i!eil, lefore the lat- L ihe two Negotia- contorm to the de agreed upon, be- ing Power, in such ons, recorded in the i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1851

184 be lio. BLESSINGS. m And my prmjer cball turn Into mfna owa bctoa.1 P.ALM XXXV. W. Wbmt ever ImI by lingf Ths sky poor down lu rain. Bcfreahioc U ininf liinj, While nUU rte np ajaia. s Co, rob ihe aparkllni fountain. Bad draia Hi buin diy , The barren teeming mountain . Will fill lu chalice high. Who ever lost by loving t Though mil onr bean we pour, Still other spirits moving. To pay ow love with mora. And was there ever blessing That did not tarn and rest ; A double power possessing The blesier being blessed ! TO THE CHILDREN OF FOREIGN RESIDENTS AT THE ISLANDS, WHO READ THE POLYNESIAN. - NO. V. M nciR yoitno Friends. As a rich treat a reDast of a higher character than any ihinp- I can furnish from my stores of thought I Send jou a scrap from the Massachusetts Teacher, a periodical which occasionally reaches me; and which, so far as I have seen, seems to be ably conducted. To the extract T koir vrtnr vrrv nartieulaf attention. I am much mistaken if it will not afford you un mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 April 1851

one wtmfc hil lt ircter.MKd,,, I rond uM " or the irriu -,r.v,., j- gar miltbB, ' taite of Lime, e j ographicai harts. r on ktb Ship Chflert- d beg leave r." essis. Makee.Aathon seep constantly 0n t of provisions, ,1,;. L-eries, adapted t.i ell at the lowest mar. d credit. Goat ,:.' ge for merchandis romptiy attended in respectfully aolicitl bnments of merchan ess entrusted to their : are oi puDiic patron. Dec. 14, 1850.tt-3l BICSIBISI OIT TBI for cash or approved Philomela from the U i 2 inch clear Pin ft 2 and 2 1.2 in. do 36 M shingles. '; ch boards, ) ) 2 a 4 inch hard and u lit 10,000 clapboards. H ouse frames 17x36. U tiplete. with windows i ons, flooring and cot. J i 1 il l: ii .. doors 1 a 2 inch. cheeses in tins. schooner now buildinv A. P. EVERETT. after this notice ki PULOA, or FISH r others, and any per de at Puloa. from an. on of the undersigned tction at law brought C. W. VINCENT. iy.8 "er for sale the follow ed : s, cases pies'd Meats. o Lemon syrup. ! Manilla cigars....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 April 1851

1S6 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, APB1L 5, 1851. She announced to me that she be aeea lieved the prodigy would be renewed. And, in fact I have since received a report from the Mayor of St. Saturnin, announcing that, at 9 in the morning of Saturday, the 21st, there was again abundant oozing of blood. In a postscript to this letter, the sub-prefect states, that a gendarme, named Briol, who, after hi3 retirement from the chapel, had been placed to prevent the crowd from approaching the painting too closely, had remarked two drops of blood ooze from the ri"ht side; that he had wiped them two or three times with his pocket-handkerchief; and that four or five stains still remained on it. He said that he had not, at first, given any account of this, because he feared that his pocket-handkerchief would be taken from him, and he wished to send it to his mother. The Courier de Lyon states that the blood which is said to have issued from the wounds in the side of our Saviour, as represented in the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 April 1851

e nrsi division ar..! L' general orders to ,h ' explain. . the o,j V "iier. decessor haj will uphold the ... Institution. and "J Ihe execution .,.. h under date eve n had been lade 0..v,ulu retire ti rnnussion to Dnn, . legislation in rega d totien was 1 of the midistrj, Asia. The Cim.... d at Liverpool, fron. ti, made a most four tours and fie . This is said to be made. An pt .-.,. s the distance made ! lay 'a worn was 261 lies, r or three suc 321, and SOO miles t ultimatum of ocean it is fast enough ta n. and quite too fast r . i f ' I mion uuu eaiety 0f -By a recent arri- t; to the 22d January , fese papers contain readers, with the fj nnouncemect 1 uty o record the Icy ;lajor-ljieneral , Lieutenant-Gov- New Ulster, which in Princes- street sday morning last. is health had been continuance of his ted could not reas- ted ; and when the ed without a strtiff- penod said to be hec " three-score ing had his declin- solace especially, y from that of his' vious care of a nu- mily circle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 April 1851

I 6 r r - r 1 I I: 188 THE SHIP IN PORT. The celebrated ode of Ilorace, Ad.RempubUcam," para phrased to suit the time. ITC. FCBCIVAL. Safe, once again, in port, O ! vessel, freighted with our hopes and fears, Shattered and rent each spar and sail appears Too Ions of storms the sport ! Upon the angry ware, . Far oat at sea, we saw thee madly tossed. Fearing each moment we must see thee lost, - Without the power to save. To view thee safe again, Our terror-stricken hearts with Joy it cheers. Though still the winds that roused our anxious fears Are brooding o'er the main. Cling to the sheltering shore ; The storm that vexed thee is not wholly past ; Still, in the distance, barely 'scaped at last, The breakers loudly roar. Trust not the pilot now, Whose reckless hand again upon the wae Of wild commotion, sure to be thy frave, Would steer thy sheltered prow. Brand the vile mutineer. Whose viper tongue, amid thy loyal crew, The ratal strife and discord would renew, That latehae cost thee ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 April 1851

N iivii cavmcur. engineer den-J one which .hall a they of atuh-7T racier ,nch a. rotr wiiuuvuvii ui waters js or the irrifatim. harves, piers, jetties erection of mm. . Ihite of Lime, &c,t. bographical charts. ana on street. sckibebs aw unvtiiciK tront the 0 2 inch clear Pin ft 2 and 2 1-2 in. a0 ch boards, ) 2 a 4 inch hard and 10,000 clapboard. fiuse frames 17x36. plete, with windows ons, flooring and cor "lazed 12 lights llxi ; doors 1 a 2 inch. cheeses in tins. schooner now buildW A. P. EVERETT. after this notice h PULOA, or FISH r others, and anj per Ide at Puloa, from any on of the undersigned Action at law brought ier for sale the follow ed: is, rases ptes'd Meats. Ido Lemon jrop. M Manilla cigars. Y$, do brogans. s ccma Matting. dtts, and a lares in. ed. Dec 5.tf-3fi. LD PENS, &c. undersigned, a large apie veweiry, consist- Enameled and Scarf va and Hair Bracelets, Rings, Ear Hoops, icrs, together with a Pens, with and with D. N. FLITNER. tf -Ina e loaa ana ke- a hoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 April 1851

v V7- I - i- '- I.' r V. ) V IN' 190 Walsh. He considered that a bargain was a bargain, and ought to be kept. Finally, he tendered three halfpence as the amount of the legitimate claim." THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, APRIL 12, 1851. Fire dollars doty om Smrits. ft will be perceived, by reference to 2nd article of the Declaration," ond by the reply of Mr. Wyllie to the demands of the French, presented by Mr. Perrin, on the 1st of February both of which documents were' published in the Polynesian, of the 29th ult. that the subject of the reduction of the duty upon spirits, from fire dollars to two and a bait as a maximum is to be submitted to the Legislature, at its coming session. It is assertpd that this measure has been re commended by the Chamber of Commerce, as one of political economy, upon strong grounds ; and also as one which morality requires should be carried into effect. 'ow all this may be so, - or may not, as different men view the subject of public morals, or vary in their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 April 1851

: .- J 191 VA 1 Prices Current CURRENT. cent ad valorem, andise, excepting ks Brandy, Rnm, till other distilled I nt of alcohoL $5 ' ther than claret, ling 27 per cent Beer, Cider, and cordials, and li ent of alcohol, 50 Beer, Cider, and liquors, cordials, cent of alcohol . i F all descriptions, Luomer lerment urs exceedine 55 all on. ; e duty on spirits submitted to the g session. LIQUORS. f pr gal 3a3.50 n cases pr doz 7.00 h prcase,4 gal 6.50 amaicaS" : -2a l. 00 v ensland do sal y.olri rye 3.C0 vss' 3.50 ennant's 2.75a3.0 in bottles a6.00. -MOLASSES. leans 40c - ich is 37 l -2a40 1 S3T"UP 50. 40a50 NAILS. "d 7a8 ht 12 no demand METALS, n bank's best Sa9 io 10aI2 1-2 - lzc-d :ar ieet none 6a7' 6a9 12 20a25 IVAL STORES. turpentine 67atl ti, bright 62 I-2a75 Id 5 00 6 00 4a5 00 9ail I2al3- i, per lb ter foot OILS. , per gal 1 50 60a62 1-2 J, boiled l 75a2 00. er coz pints 4 500 PAINTS, lead tr 12 ROVISIONS. ;iess per bl 16 O. une, 12 to ndwich is 11 50a 1 i rne?s 1 ear 13 ioie 14 H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 April 1851

u , . ; ; it m f- -ft Hi. 1.' J IVv- I v. 192 Sljc (DUa. AMEBICA AND ENGLAND. T LADT EM1LIWE TVAtT WOTLT. Between two giant brother lands How proudly roll th' eternal seas Smm that, like' boundless boundaries, seem - Worthiest of lands like these ! Atlantic ! not thy towerinf wave, Skyward bv rusbiog teinpesu curled, E'er raised their laboring crests so high Aa these lands beae the world ! Their progress waken and wing the f' That I rambles to their Mir and stnle TOMiog lika tempest troubled ! sea, Her waves of thought and lire. No warrior barks now plough the deep, Tor, nd heave, between th. twain ; But argosies of wealth and worth Go wnlteaing half the mam. ; d what a noble pathway 'lis, fOT two such lands of power and pride, That billowy ocean ! vast and dread. Whose mountain waves divide ! Divide i Not so : the kingly barks Of both are proudly there at home, Glad as white shepherd tents of peace, Kear'd 'mid those flocks of foaio. Divide f Th' old ocean seems to be Part of thoe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 April 1851

SgSSS1 ' ' ' ' ' 1.1 - ':. , THE POLYNESIAN, The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government' is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per annum, io advance, - - - . - - - 16 00 One copy six months, in advance- 3 50 Single copies, - ------ -.- - - - - - - - 12 J Rates of Advertising. -cnnire. ( 16 lines), first insertion. $1,00, each con ini,ance23cts.; one half square (8 lines or less), first i.rtion 50 els-, each continuance 12 cts.; Cards.no- 2,rA9 onesauare.SS.OO. Yearly ad verlisine not cedine one half column, 830,00; not exceeding one tluma, $60.0(J. Yearly advertising limited to the ad . n wn hnsiness. Lcal Advertisements. Twenty-five cents per line, for he nrst insertion, auu i auu uuc-iuunu wuh ii nbseqneut insertion. - Subscription to the Polynesian is payable invariable yt transient advertisements will hi inserted, unless prepaid. List of Agent for the Polynesian i II. 8. SwinloB. Boitob.- O.D. Jarvesi Co Hilo. - B- Pitman. 8. Fb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 April 1851

I ft': L u If i - j , (a. - . ' 194 toon turns it into the likeness of Clay or Webster. Bogardus has given to the world his engraving machine (we are sorry that it is so little known) which can engrave the finest numbers, and the most beautiful flowers .on metal, with a facility and accu racy, which baffles all manual workship. In planing machines, spike machines, machines for making shoes for men, and shoes tor horses; in machines for making all instru ments, from a needle to an anchor, what part of the whole world's history can equal the last half century ? , Nasmyth's Steam Ham mer, which was invented but a few years ago, can be managed with the docility of a lamb. We have now gold and steel quills instead of goose quills, the triumphs of warriors are nought compared with the triumphs of inven tion. The iron bridge spanning the sea, the iron ship sailing on the sea, are greater evi dences of mental power than Austerlitz or Waterloo. - And if the last half century has given birth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 April 1851

T- - .. - gb. New York, by Cowea, to Havre, France; nce 3,279 mile; once every other month, r.ied for by Steam Navigation Company' !imer Livingston agent, at an annual cost of fo00. Embraced in the Bremen contracted jite, No. 1, with Postmaster General. . psiTH or . Ret. Walte Coltoh. Rev. ff.ker Colton of the United States Navy, ex at 2 o'clock on Monday afternoon, ut bis Lulence in Philadelphia. Mr. Colton was, in $41 aoJ '42, connected with the old North Am jfjcan as its principal editor. He was a man of euch talent and great worth, which he exhibit- in various stations, private and publi?. N. r. sun. - - " - - " . Rotil Marriage. The Emperor of Austria md ae Princess Sidonia, of Saxony, are to be married next May, with great splendor. The .icpss is onlv seventeen, and very beautiful. SfT father, the Prince John, brother of the reign . . - I , " mm in king is, owing 10 me latter naving no on irin". next heir to the throne. As the princess Zt Roman Catholic, the alliance will give...

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