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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 April 1851

UJJ ft.--.;.- "' ;;. ' - ' t m ". '- i t.- St: ( a, ; .';ir. ' -' - PERSONAL, rv' J : ' Z-Z -- . Rear? Loac feliow, ib poet, bu told tbe well know ow Poritaa tele, IS.tfieae errta, most qoaiotly. It has smack of Coleridc1 " AWieoi Mariner" about it.- Weeopy it from oranaiaa.afasuieiior reornary, . --. ''iv-:zizy phantom shipJ; V r - l v- 1 MiiherSi jtnstialia Christl, 4 Of tbe old erUmial time, . ')- ".--' -". " Mar be A n ad fa prose tbe Icecad . ' ' Thai ia bmset down is rhyme. A blp sailed from New He, And the taen ami rrotj Tbal filled ber (S1 al parting, ' Were heavy J'b 8ood uien PTJer- ; -r- ' - . - ' " O Wd 1 if ke hT jileas-ore," . . ; v - xhaa prayed ibe ol-i diine, .j. Tt)urT ar friend in tbe oceea, ' " Take them, tor they are tbioe ! . s . ' : Bat MaiterXtmberton m ottered mA nwuK bi hmth kmhI be " '"Tbta ahip i o crank and wol;y -": 1 tear our fiae he will be V ' a " Z : And the ahipa that came from England, When the winter month were gone, J Bronght no tiding of tbia v...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 April 1851

, H a -J. -f ' ft V I . 7--. v.- tr ... for Vol. 7.1 THE POLYNESIAN, The OiBcial Journal of the Hawaiian Government i published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. ' ' EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. " Oaf. copy Per annum, ia advance, --$6 00 jie copy sis months, in advance,- ------ 3 60 Smgle copies, - - 1 2 J Rates of Advertising. One sqaare, (1G lines), first insertion,!, 00, each con- tiaaince 23 els.; one nan square lines or i;, uri j1Sertion,50 cts., each continuance 12 cts.; Cards, o uces, Slc. notexceedingone half square, by the year, ,83,00; b-jI e'loeeding one square, $3,00. Yearly advertising not tcwdinx oue half column, $30.00; not exceeding one toUma, 850,00. Yearly advertising limited to the ad tertiser's own business. Lcil Alvertiscment. Twenty-five cents per line, for t;ie tirst insertionand six and one-fourth cents for each subsequent insertion. 2 Subscription to the Polynesian is payable invariable in advance. . 25" So transient advertisements will be inserted, unless pr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 April 1851

5,- , ' ..." .-, - ' - . , - -, v . -v - . . L- - 1 L ' X ... TV : 1 5. . " 1 ! : I.; '7 1 1 fi I tl:- ii 1! 'f ji. it?; ill J. I'll 198X TrTTC POLYNESIAN Hi- K( M i Y rjvS I A i .HONOLULU, APRIL 26, 1851. ITT- We would call attention to the communi cation of okeorresnondent . R," on. our. first page, and coinQend it to the 8eriou considera r,, ,,!.' The writer himself is a fo- reign resident, ahd one who feels the necess.ty of which be speaks. The subject nn additional house for public worship, in Honolulu, bus long been pressing it self upon the foreign community here, and its importance is daily increasing. The Seamen's Chapel, which has, for sixteen years, afforded accommodation for the residents, is now too 'email to-fford sittings for the greatly augmented number of residents, who would regularly attend ublic worship, were there suitable and sufficient accommodation for them. Of this, the crowded . state of the house is sufficient evidence. But it is a gratifying fact, and one...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 April 1851

r WITW1YHl'i : . i v- vin SALE BY PORTER & OGDEN.Dry ' r Roods. Prints, muslins, bro cottons, sheetings, ; adapolan9, long ciotns, ancK, grass ciom, ao naias, fnilts. rugs, gaiters, toweling, silk and fancy vests. t cloth t ais. saddle cloths, table covers, &c, 4-c. il'ks. Black and colored Satins, checked rsnets, t and col'd crape shawls, do satin and crape scarfs, ' white shawls, Danuas, suk uiuj, cam, uevkuuicik, ' ,i rhina coeds eenerallv. Lacqcehed Wae, &c. Card boxes, tea catties, yritin" desks, date racks, wont doxcs, suver enamel led do? chess boards, spill boxes, card cases, tortoise jjeU combs, ivory and shell paper knives, pearl count ers silver l,race bockles, silver and gold vest buttons. Groceries atj Oilman's Stoees. Beef, pork, navy and pilot bread, hams, casks vinegar, Mauritius and Pinfa sugar, refined do, teas, assorted pickles, coffee, -reserved meats, tins salmon, water crackers, mustard, Juve 0iit Marzetti's and Byas's ale, honey dew tobac co. peppC...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 April 1851

1.1 : i! . iiif r 1! t '- I' !L - 1; ! i': !3: m m u. i -v. 1 f I v, I Yli ...IV V w ' -"- 'v .,:,r'!!i iT CONSTITUTES A STATE. T Bit WILLIAM JOSE. lVtirwnn.:lifnte Stale ! Not higb-railbatileuieuu or labored mound, Thick wall.Vr moated gate; Not citiea i-roud, V itb ai)iri and torre u crow ned , Kol bayi and yoad-armed porla. Where laughing at the atorm, rich naviea ride ; Not atarred an) apangled courts, Where low-bred birWnes. waHa perfume to pride : No ! men, higt-mind.-d men. With powers as faaboe dull brute endued la forest brake or dew, As beasts excelold rof ks or trambles rude : Men holfteir duties know, bat know tjfcir rights, aud knowing dare maintain, Trevept the long armed blow. And cruu the tjrant, while they rend the chain : Inese constitute a state. tid aoereigu law, that state's collected will O'er throne's and globes elate, Bits Empress, crowning good, repressing 111": Smit by her sacred frown, The fiend Discretion, like a Tapor sink, And e'en the all dazzling crow...

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

- 'X. ' 1 ).: : :i W - " ;w :-''-.Kii Hill -""-- -" - it- is ' i r, ii Ai'u : 11 ,rol. 7. THE POLYNESIAN, kOiHcial Journal of the Hawaiian Government, i published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. j,ie copy per annum, in advance, 00 . 0 ,e ?y mouths, in advance, 3 50 Single copies, - - - - - - - - - - - - Rates of Advertising. i. tn.ittp 1 16 lines;, uiai iuciiphi,wi,ww,v.. v" tUlMM". !.' ,nl;n,..nr I2i rfs. C jrds. no- iisertion.au c , vear. 83.00: totexceeJin? one sqaare,$i,00. 1 early advertising ni lu na, 86 J.00. Vearly advertisiu5 limited to the ad- rtiser 8 own uuit- Leal AiBerfiemito.-T wenty-fi cents per hne.for first insertion, .and six and one-fourth cents for each jju-i , ji. Dl. ,m nunhl invariable jv SUDSCrtpuuH la wms x jfcou.. "j iswnce. advertisements will be inserted, unless prepaid. ' LUl of Agents for the Polynesian. t.nusi, H. S. Swiolon. Bostos,- G.D. Jrve&Co Hilo! - B. Pitman. S. Fascisco.ReT. T. I). Hunt BUSINESS CARDS. POLYNES...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 May 1851

4, ; y, m y . 1 1 'il HS- I. .Ail 1 4i 1 t I m LA m -A ; : K -; -40 Hi It1-.! It! i f I; i 4 i J- il ! I ft, if-:.- 2)4 ampton on the 5th iDst., with $1,400,000 in specie, of which, $500,006 .were, in silver, ahd $900,000 in gold; the latter principally from California- , . '" 'm FjtANCE. - Thevjiewa from continental! Europe may be summed Vp in a few words. - -'.',", The res&Jt of the memorable debate in the As sembly, wliih ended in the adoption of M. de St. Beuve's votaof censure upon the ministry, which immediately resigned, has been a decided victory for Louis Napoleon. He has got rid of Changarnier has tjprmed a ministry of his own choice has risen in public esteem, by a display of firmness and has kept strictly within consti tutional measure. fTbe existing majority looks dumbfounded. . Tomake this plain, I must take up the narrative ofjpveuts where I left off in my Jast. The immsteriajcrisis, or difficulty, in forming ministry, afteiahe resignation of Drouyn de Lhuvs Si Co...

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

ient at the slightest delay. V We cannot wait '.wtl - muct AmhlAV ctfiam C Al - PC 1VllfUf MJMOfc viiiiv o.aiil. tiCnill too dilatory ; ve must employ; lightning ! ll6iwe pant lor somein-ng not. yet attained ; r m I 1 m m m C4gbail uo eo, prooauiy, to tne enu oi tne chap tfebnpe Mr: O'Reilly will put bis telegraph I ttrough, without delay; and that the iron Jorse rill tread ban! upon the heel ot bis electricity. ybe next step will be, to sink the wires " ten Aousawl fathoms deep," across the mighty Pa- Ip5c, and tbus encircle the great globe itself, - flnblisljcii bn Slutljciritn. The King, God willing, will open the Nation- j Legislature, on Tuesday next, nt 12, noon, precisely, in the large Stone Church. Seats will ie reserveu ior i.anes, me r oreign Representatives and Consuls, Foreign officer., Ld the Clergy. The church will be open to the public gener- Palace, 2.1 .May, 1851. NEWBEDFORD OIL MARKET, For the week ending Feb 24. Sperm Continues in good demand, and prices are firm,...

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

r-. ... v'-lV-- THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1851. 204 1 k. 1 i , v ;1 i m m ! Ell 5 If: ! it i i 1 it i 1 I ' 1 ; zens A singularsTOry; w;SHixGTOxri). C, Jan. 12, 1850. M8 Editor.: The other morning at the breaWistble, our. friend, the Hon. JolmC. n.tu.. - ompil verv much troubled . and 'out of spirits You know lie is altogether a venerable Wn, with a hard, stern, Scotch Irish face, sbfltened in its expression around the mouth by assort of sad smile, which wins the hearts of all who converse with r him. His hair is snow-white; He is tall, thin, and angular. He reminds you very much of Old Hickory. That bJeTs honest, no one doubts; he has sacnhceduto his Fatalism the urig.it cst hopes of political 'advancement has of fered up on the hrine of that iron Necessity which he worships, all that. can excite ambi tion even t! Presidency -of the United States: ' ' -. . But to roy story. The other morning, at ' the braafffast table, where I, an unobserved spectator, happened to be present...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 May 1851

Vol. 7.i THE POLYNESIAN, The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, is published weakly nonoiuiu, uanu, n. l. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. '.'".- TERMS, rtiwcopy per aaaum, in advance, - ...... SS 00 One copy sit months, in advance,- ...... 3 60 Sinjle copies, ----------------- 12 Rates of Advertising. Oaesq'rj,v .....,. jaaince23cts.; one half square (8 lines or less), first . . r 1 " nc fipcl ineaplinn ft I flfl fi An cerliOn, 5 CIS., ecu couiiuniiin 13 ns.j uiu,uu xs jtc. not exceedia5one hall square, by the year, Sa.OO 1 .. 3a Art VAQrlffflfvorticinunn .r-ilin' oue half column, 830.00; not exceeding one column, Su,UU. imJ Biucrnsiug iiuuieu in mc au Ijcal A irerUscmenls. Twenty-five cents per line, for Ursi lasenivu, tuu bia auu uiic-ivuiiii tcuia ii'i r.v Kuhtrrint inn to the Pdlunesian is navable invariable j v. - --j 1 . t adpaace. 3 No transient advertisements will be inserted, unless BUSINESS CARD S 7 POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. plain anti iirncn Book an Job printing Pamphl...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 May 1851

-- . 't. mm -vc (THE 0L lTNElSiitiN uONOLULU, M AIT-10, 1851. FoCMiL OFEinRQ OF FARLIJkMCffT. Ill con- fonnus vy!h the officiul announcement coiunineu $n our l ilSfce Urinal opening of Parliament ibok N place on TuWdaylastut the large stone church ' in this city, an!lthe event was "as auspicious as "could be leaireU jThe fine, showers of the pre - vious day had tafnpered the atmosphere and laid the dust, w hlle jbe sun shone out with life-giving cheerfulness u jipn the assembled multitudes who did honor toythe .occasion. 'The church was v filled With aiimmense concourse'of spectators, " representlrj almost every nation jpon the globe, V ' and pr"? Siting n appearance at once unique and hrghlyjgratiQ'jng. ".The diplomatic aud consular - corpv were fully in attenlance, to whom tne enchcs on the richt were appropriated. . Oii the leltjlneumiorros ot uapt. euesiey anti nts om- -cers were interspersed with the gay decorations -tneiauies,nna toesiaiu nuirq oi soucf cmens. - "The I louse o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 May 1851

1 J J g-ft will W remembered that in 1849, when ' ibe ceietedJPolLshenera1lenKas UrgVtl his friends", on a certain occasion, I not to ex ''pose his irersWto Jthe ebbts 'that, were -.flying v ick and fast around him, he remarked, that he 'could do so with impunity, for he was not to die until l856.J Bjrrintelligence'- recently received, ? we ieam that this prophetic presentiment , has I been realized in the death of Bern, near the close poleonand witnessed the burning of Moscow. . ' He subsequently fought for the independence of Hungary, and finally died in the Moslem faith, f in Turkey. :?, ' V" - ' .' TI 7r , Office under Government. "Caesar,. dis chile gwine Washington n, to ply for offis - ob de govment," . , - - "-Well, darkey,-what you is trying to git ' off now," eh ?' Spose you want to be bearer of patches to Liebeery ! Dis chile dont ex patiate hlsself from his dopted native country: J No sahtee! In de -word ob de sarm toon ;. I ses; ; VV f firee dre le ioil kill so dead A n...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 May 1851

f 'El- Art :i: V , - - - n v. 1 ,'.1 -Mm' . j - v- r: ' -".' s.fw. v. r.vt-.:k' V- 'Jr. ' :''.- -- . '!"- V : - fUTuKB. : .4 v- , - AWJVxas uiim knot ait uj - , ; AD cvncsi warns 01 UIe 10 nw? . ' 4ta ulc witbto tb bemrt ':ila-lfWf remembered meJody. - 1 : vf It ln tbe aoD( of diy -ffcai come : : - f ' .- Tbtt come and bide oar tknts tad fen) . "".Svjii? ";-tl Wmrns (he pllgrln who would drhikj f t ''.'; " LMe H lolly m& repentaut (ears. . 'VT', . -..j. . i :' . t T ' x; Sweet bird 1 yor' carol Comes to-daf ; ; i ? ; 11 lla tofteoed cLrm of aetig - "T - 1 dftak ibe leaaoa laugbt by Time, , ' WkiW plodding, if earfly, aloof . reaj lhe leoD,"and I bear.-., .. : Xow Bioic, bird,' Jloat on la chlmf ; ' It bids mcj jn Ibe Freaent, atrtra ' v " j .. i :.--wiJ(e name there, co( for Time. V iTiiB" following story ris told bf the Arabs, .'. respecting Mount. Moriah, the place where r Ahe Temple of Jerusalem formerly stood, and ' here" the Mosque of Omar now stands. . It : ? is narrated i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 May 1851

if I'' ': 1 " ! til -fc5Wv if". t iVnl. 8. 1 &l)c 3olimc0iait, $i published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is. tj TERMS. l .MMm.ivn in OjlaTl0 $ 6 00 3 50 12 1-2 i One copy jh.t ' " .., j One copy six montbs, iu advance, I Single copies, 1 Rates of Adrerlisibg. inc srniare. fl6 lines) first insertion. SI 00 25 75 12 1- 50 121- 00 00 f ne square (16 lines) eaih continuance, 3'hrce quarters of a square (12 lines) first in., Three qrt'is of a square (12 lines) each con. I Tlf Minaret, lines or less) tir.-t insertion., Ilalf square (9 lines or less) each continua., il'ards. Notices. 4c, not exceeding one half square, bv the year. . Var Js, Notices, etc , not exceeding one sq.. l tJU IV OUdW3o f column, - . - - iSYWlv advertisinsnot exceeamjr one col., 30 00 60 00 IT - - 1 rrT-Yearly advertising limited to the advertisers tjDwn business. t4 Legal Advertisements. Twenty five cents per "line for the first msenkm, and sil and one fourth cents trior each 6ttbequent insertion. tl Subs...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 May 1851

3" MM- V. '- "..- Frenchmen and their language in the back ground. ;.That the late consul oj" France labored to beiret an impression of this kind, must be ob vious to all of you,' .who read hi despatch of the 7th of .October, 1943, (see pases 18-and 19 of the u Wished correspondence with bim) but it was is duty to have laid fairly before his Govern ment t&e reulv which he received, (see pages 99 to 107 of th same correspondence), and , which fully refuted all the assumptions and supposi tions by which he endeavored to give a coloring of truth to that impression. If the copious ex--danations rendered in that reply, ever reached the French Government, they seem to have been very little attended to, for the demand, in regard to language, has been persisted in, in 1351, just us if it bad not been shown, in 1943, that it was foun led in fallacies, and in an altogether mis taken view ot t rencn interests, i-toiuoiR woum be more fatal to those interests in these Islands, nf tVio FiktIi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 May 1851

1 vl Latest Califorhia Dates. We received, werday. the Aha. California of the 28th ult. fhe city elections were to take place that day. Jd the interest manifested in the result, had ifcen to a high point of excitement. . On the eve frg of Saturday, the 26th, the two prominent rarties had torch-light processions, transparent ties, speeches, &.c.,in the public square, and al (oUgh party feeling ran high, and thejtwo op. psing interests were in such close contiguity as nost literally to " dove-tail together," so great s the regard paid to the liberty of thought and jeech, that not the slightest collision took place. t this be recorded to the honor of California, jd to the glory of freedom of opinion and -jeech. . Nothing is contained in this paper in relation 'the state of trade, or the prices of merchan e in San Francisco. But our commercial iaders may not be uninterested in the following, riicfa we publish for their information : IStocctos, Jpril 26. Owing tc the late rains Cir m...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 May 1851

-1 'i. i I ft.:.,.-' ij:-':'---- ft-; f : bus ines.Sa card s OLYNESl AN PRINTING OFFICE. plain anifancn Book anil Job Printinfl 8CCH AS -Pamphlets Catalogues,' Circulars, f Handbills, Sill Heads, Shop Bill't r r BiUs of Exchange, Bills of fading, Consular. Blanks, Blank Deeds, V VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CAKUS Executed with neatness and despatch, on liberal terms. r B. P. SNOW, 'importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU . V .OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. IpilU of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Auz.27.16tf ': ' ' ' ':. A. P. 32VSHBTT, (ffcntcal eomtm'fision fWcrcijant, . - HONOLULU. OAHU. H. I- favoraMe terms for Bills of Exchange on the United Slates, England and France. a COADY, CAIIOON & CO. Ship Chandlers & Commission Merchants. HONOLULU, OAHC, & HILO, HAWAII,' H. I. . 0-5t.i.. Applied with rrfnsainenra, proylatons, ic. at the -ahortot m.iice, on reasonable lerina F,nn. for - N. B. Warned, whaler, bill, on ,he. ? f or E?E' NrhiC money will be advanced...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 May 1851

.... ... , -T.r..i,.... t.' , -i- . r- v.- v ... .-. .. .1 r .. !ol. 8.1 t ablished weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, One copy .six months, in advance, I Single copies, I Rates of Advertising. nuarcfl6 lines) first insertion. $600 3 50 121. $1 00 25 75 121-2 50 121-2 00 00 te square ( 1 6 Unes ) each continuance, iree quarters of a square (12 Unes) first in., ,ree quarters of a square ( 12 lines) each con. alf square 18 lines or less) first .insertion, alf square 8 lines or less) each continua., Vds, Notices. &c, not exceeding one half tniuc bv the year. - ' - Vrds, Sotioes.etc, not exceeding one sqM Qrly adrertising not exceeding one half (. column, - mivfrtiaintr not exceeding one col- 30 00 60 00 I v Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's Wn business. I Legal Adveutisexksts. Twenty five cents per be for thi first insertion, and six and one fourth cents hr each subsequent insertion. zSubtcriptw to the P...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 May 1851

- ..:'-f'--iLr:. THE POLYNESIAN; SATURDAY, MAYW24, 1851. if O 2 ISLAND. o o o la 0 o SrU-5 w CO o P5 52! 5i 1813! 93 57 20 32 14 6 I 474 80S 954 760 651 173 UTi 200; 5l 34 23 2g! 23 1 27, H AWAII- 169 26 6 8 5470 651 192' 4 29,. 22' 64 24 715,' 733 427 23 159 168 23! 14 40 24 . 786 521 MkVt MOLOKAI Lanai - 101 40 2661 871 44 141 271 2' 810 29j 184 7, IS 6 661 175! 24' 13 24 8 H 437i 679. 235 273, 85 155 49 30, 2211 15 31 10 3 10 15 22 334 Oahu 87 30 2619 335; 306j 715! 117 13 13 17 23 14 13 10i 1 412 13 Kauai 43 2, 1053 2 162 33 45 NihftHu 40 9 Total 441 102129492359 543: Average o number of Scholars in each School in I860 - -,, Protestant School - ,, ,, Catholic School . - Average Cost of each School - - - - Average Wages of each Teacher - - - - - - Average Daily Wages of each Teacher - - ". Average number 'of Days Taught- - - - - - - Average Cost for each Scholar - - - - - - - - A'verage Daily Cost for each Scholar - - - - - - Average Amount expended on each Protestant Scholar, fo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 May 1851

i i i A ft I i 1 it I LETTERS FROM AN ABSENTEE. No. 2. Steamboats in Californim. Discovery of Coal. Jgriadtural Resources of the country. Be . necia.Vallajo. Peregrine Letters. Since the date of my last, I bare visited Be necia th city of Benecia the would be rival of San Francisco, but before sketching my im pressions of that locality, I must allude to the present facilities for travel in California. More than forty steamboats of various sizes are now running upon the Bay and its tributaries. I went to Benecia on board the Wilson G. Hunt, J new boat just out from the Atlantic State, and returned on board the New World. Both are 2 beautiful vessels, fitted up with elegance and ad- mirably suited to the trade between San Fran I cisco and Sacramento. These boats, to geiber with the numerous fleet of steam vessels, running upon the rivers, have nearly taken the place of sailing vessels of every description Scores and hundreds of sailing vessels were two years ago to be seeii slowly plo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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