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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 May 1851

4-:- - v 8 BU SINES SCAJU)S POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. Plain airt JTaucn Book arib Job printing BCCH AS - Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, shop Bins' Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, Bill Heads, riSITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed wiwi neatness and despatch, on liberal terms. B. P. SNOW, Importer & General Commission Merchant. , HONOLULU. AHU' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf A. P. EVERETT, (Enteral Commission SHcrrjjant, HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I ' V Money advauced on favorahle terms for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France. COADY, CAHOON & CO. Ship Chandlers &, Commission Merchants, HONOLULU, OAHU, & HILO, HAWAII, H. Sarrw7c.hoon.nolul0' ii I -1 - II .1.. 1I.u-.il TI T , It. I. lC"iuip supplied with refreshments, provisions, ice, at the hortel notice, on reasonable terms N. B. Warned, whsler.' bills oa the IT 8 or Europe, for which money will be adv...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 May 1851

a, a lv .4 I . (ftp polpcstau, I, published weekly at Honolulu, Oaha, Hawaiian Is- EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOK. .TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, One copy six months, in advance, Single copies, Rates of Advertising. $600 o 50 12 1-2 tw roare.(16 lines) first insertion. $1 00 25 75 121-2 50 121-2 One square (16 lines) each continuance. Three quarters of a square (12 lines) first m., Three quarters of a square ( 12 lines) each con. Half square (8 lines or less) first insertion Half square (8 lines or less) each continua., Cards, Notices. &C-, noi exceeumg vuc .4 square, by the year. v.tJc Kntirf Leit. not exceeding one sq.. 5 00 8 00 i Yearly advertising not exceeding one half j column, - - - - 30 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one coL, 63 00 J jv- Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's ! own business. I Legal Advertisehekts. Twenty five cents per I line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents I fnr each subsequent insertion. rfSubtcriptio to tie Polynes...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 May 1851

10 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, MAY SI, 1851. Further accounts from California, receiv ed during the week, but confirm the first intelli gence in relation to the extent of the conflagra tion, and the immense loss sustained ly that city ou thj 4ih instant. "Eighleeirlurgea squares, ex cepting a few buildings, and large portions of fire or six others, have been completely destroy ed. The plank streets arc ruined, and in many places entirely impassable, except on foot. Such is the anniversary of ihe great fire of the 4th of May, 1850." And immediately upon the heels of this awful calamity comes the account of the burning of Stockton, u here, if the loss is not so great in the aggregate, it is equally so in proportion o the size and wealth of the two cities. The princi pal business part of that town has been laid in ashes; the prosperous merchant, the industrious mechanic, and the homes of its citizens have all been scathed by the remorseless destroyer. '1 he law, as stated in detail by th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 May 1851

1 f r 1 s I I i0 ic ' it" It ! S I i I ti F.t ti i i: therefore don't let tbe American government be hastily led into a trap from wntcn sne win nave tome difficulty to extricate herself, let her re member that France is nation of warriors who are seldom at .peace among themselves, except when at war with others, and that England has seldom allowed herself to be imposed upon with impunity, therefore I would advise our corres pondent to the Alta California to have a little more modesty in his next communication. Mr. Editor, as 1 cannot suppose for a moment that vou will refuse publishing this correspon dence in view of that printed in your Polynesian of last week, which tends to mislead tbe whole world, I therefore make no apology in transmit ' ting it to you for publication. I AN OLD RESIDENT. I Houolulu, May 19, 1851. 1 HAWAIIAN PARLIAMENT. 1 The House of Nobles H Has been occupied during the week mostly on "Iseveral important bills sent up from the House of J Representatives, on wh...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 May 1851

u ii BUSINESSARDS POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. plain anb Janes Book ano 3ob printing IDCH A Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, n ? a w a Shop Dills, Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, 1H1I VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with nettness and despatch, on liberal terms B. P. SHOW, Importer A General Commission Merchant. Honolulu. OAHU. HAWAIIAN1SLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf A. P. EVERETT, (general (Comim'scCon IHnrcljant, HONOLULU. OAHU. H. I- ii..... .1 fi.nMl.la tfrmi for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France. COADV, CAIIOON A CO. Ship Chandlers A Commission Merchants, HONOLULU, Oi.HU, & HILO, HAWAII, H. I. B. Coadv I Honoiulu, H. I. Cha. W. Cahnoa. S ' O-Wiipa oppliel with refreahinenta, provisions, 4c, l me bortett aoiice, on reasonable terme N. B. Warned, whaler.' bill on the US or E"rP;, "J which money will be advanced on favorable term, dec Sl-ja STARKEY, JANION &am...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 June 1851

if . t r i Vol. 8.1 HONOLUL U , S ATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1851 . No. 4. f Ml P ' k l 1 l H I? b -THl M M Ml : I i it a 'A it it it i J; e de II ti er - et f ea a in. re 'llB I till ; mc 1 i fd I u -5 ' :1 IE 1 1 ID- IT. $jc floljrocsicm, I published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, One copy six months, in advance, Single copies, . , Rates of Advertising Cine, aaaare. (16 lines) first insertion, $600 3 50 121-2 SI 00 25 .One square (16 lines) each continuance, -Three quarters of a square (12 lines) first in. Three quarters of a square (12 lines) each con. Half square (8 lines or less) first insertion. Half square (8 lines or less) each continua 75 121-2 50 121-2 Cards, notices. " "v square, by the year. -Cards, Kotices,etc , not exceeding one sq? 5 00 8 00 Yearly advertising noi exceeawg one uw column, - - 30 00 Tearly advertising not exceeding one col, - 63 00 Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's -nwn business. Le...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 June 1851

E t V 7 ) X - 1 Ik II v 14 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, JUNE 7, 1851. Ihdefekdekce vs. Psotectioit. In viewof the communication of "An old Resident," in our last number, and of several articles recently published by us, on the political relations of this kingdom, we offer the following remarks. What ever majr lie the wishes of persons abroad, or however'mucb they may express their desire to bare these islands come under foreign rule or control, it remains true as expressed by us, in our if sue of May 11,1850 that "the entire inde . pendente of the Hawaiian Kingdom, it the cor ner stone of our political principles ; and educa tion, religion, good morals, economy, order, peace, freedom from debt, in economical govern ment, internal improvements, low taxes, &c.,are ibe materials for the structure we would build." We shall deprecate the hour, should it ever unfortunately come, when His Majesty ceases to be the independent Sovereign of this kingdom, -acknowledged and treated as such by ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 June 1851

1 f IXFOBTAHT DcCISIOH OP?HK ScPKEafE CotTftT Lr xhe (J State. By reference to an article Vo our first P under the head of "Mr. Hunt 's Bill." Wi" observed tbat, by toe deci- r -1 C..nMm. f"!vii,rt fifth TTnirot ine of the evils which we nave formerly inted out, in connection with our commercial lalions with California, are likely to be reiue- iea. It will not have escaped the recollection of i . t . .1.. hIiaaiiav rirnlina loir this ur reauers, mm iuc - - ort. last fall, for San Francisco, having a cargo syrup, potatoes, Stc, owned and produced ly lr. L. L. Torbert, of Honuaula, Maui, l ne rup was invoiced at 15cts. per gallon, this ing as he thought, the cost or manufacture. On arriving at San Francisco, the Custom ouse Officers appraised the syrup at 37 lets r gallon ; and the Collector fined bim 20 per Cent, on the ehtibe cargo, for making, as he ihe Collector,) supposed, a false invoice. The invoice of Mr. Torbert had been sworn to before the American Consul, at Lahaina, Mr. un...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 June 1851

I I: it i it 16 BUSINESS CARDS. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. fllaiit ctirt iancn Book an Job printing itcn as Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, . Handbills, Shop Bills, BUI of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, Bill Heads, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch, oo liberal terms. 8. r. SNOW, Importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf ' ' ' A. P. EVERETT, V (Eeiural eommfssf air fttcrcljant, . ... HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I-V M. advanced on favorable terms for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France. COADV, CAHOON & CO. Ship Chandlers & Commission Merchants. II050LTJLU, OAI1U, & H1LO, HAWAII, H. I. nctlhooa.!"'u'.",' ti. Y. Lake, Uilo, Hawaii, H. I. , . . m . . CJiSatp supplied wiih refreshments, provUiona, tc, at tue bortent notice, on reasonable teruia - - ti, B. Wanted, wb.leiV lull on the V 8 or Europe, for ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 June 1851

1 ri I at co. ! icleju4 Queen I FORD- form th! rtnersbip i ..forth! nraakVi BETT Vol. 8.! SlIjc 3olgc0tan, Is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. ' TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, One copy ix months, in advance, Single copies, Rates of Advertising One sauare.(16 lines) first insertion. $600 3 50 12 1- $1 00 25 75 121 50 121- 00 00 One square ( 16 lines) each continuance, Three quarters of a square (12 lines) first in., Three quarters of a square (12 lines) each con. Half square (8 lines or less) first insertion. Half square (8 lines or less) each continua., Cards, Notices, fcc, not exceeding one half square, by the year. - - ! Cards, Notices, etc, not exceeding one sq ., I Yearly advertising not exceeding one wu column, - - - - -Yearlv advertising not exceeding one col. 30 00 60 00 27 Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's own bnsiaess. r Legal Advertisements. Twenty five cents per line for the first insertion, and six and one fourt...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 June 1851

1851. 18 lowing: 1. The law is one of progress a go ahead affair excelsior may be read on ,its banner: The repeal looks to the dark ages so to speak is taking a step backward. 2. The law is a wholesome stimulates to toil The repeal is a kind of premium on indo lence. 2. The law recognizes the authontj of Him who bids every man "incline his ear unto wisdom, and apply his heart to under standing to seek her as silver and search for her, a for hid treasures:" The ' repeal is a virtual return to the condition of know nothing, and care for nothing but the flesh. 4. The law stimulates parents to send their children to school early, that they may be thoroughly educated while young: it helps teachers in their arduous and thankless task: The repeal has the opposite tendency would ehut up every school house in the land and writes on its door "To let" 5. The law is a friend to morality and religion inasmuch as it requires every child in the land to qualify himself for the searching of the Scri...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 June 1851

k oess, yet cannot but wish some milder and Ipeding mode of offering assistance could wed. (ourselves we prefer an omnibus, so valise G urge through to Broadway, New York's Artery, nd by derating the band, bail an iCe and Third Avenue." The driver reins lumbering smoking steeds. We mount step behind, but the omnibus seems to be AVe are about retreating when the drirer 1 bis mouth and eyes to the circular pas ree iuches in diameter which opens above, st towards him an inquiring glance. He " room for one more." All the occupants limultaneously with sundry forward and movements to ascertain which aide has is done, but alas ! two huge men, one un sdly a bar-keeper from his ruby nose ; the probably a butcher, age both on the fatal They make a few accommodating shuffles je take possession of a space scarce suffi for a lad of twelve. The omnibus stops, dismiss any one, but to admit an imploring or whom your sympathies are excited, for . Umm ta rain. We hand the driver a . pr, intending to ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 June 1851

I- 1 i V. I. '.-: it: i i! i II j r . A f 20 BUSINESS CARD "pOLYNE8IA.If PRINTING OFFICE. Plain antt Janca Book ant) Job flrintins - CCH AS Pamphlets Catalogues, . Cirealars, Handbills, . Bill Heads. Shop BIll Bills of Exchange, Bills or Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch, on liberaUcrms. b. r. snow, Importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. AIIU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.l6tf - ' ' " ' A. P. EVERETT, (General ttommfssCoti rrcljant, -- HONOLULU, OAHU.H. I- r Money advanced on favorable terms for Bi Is Expanse on the United States, England and V ranee. v COADY, CAHOON & CO. Ship Chandlers A Commission Merchants HONOLULU, OAHU, &. HILO, HAWAII, II. I. R. Coadr, Honolulu, II. I. N. P. Lake, llil, Hawaii, ii. i. ....... ,h, ITT-Jhipa aum.lie- wilh rerreshment., proiin, AC. ai me 9 bortert notice, on reasonable lenua N. IS. Wanted, whaler, hiiu -w...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 June 1851

. .1 s. ' '",. V "A. .' mi tt . W7 . .-"I A - TV Vol. 8.1 glljc )plgnc0trin, h published weekly at Honolulu, Oaha, Hawaiian Is EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One cepv per annum, advance, One ropy sU months, in advance, Sincle copses, Rates of Advertising . (16 lines) first insertion. $600 3 50 ft 1-2 SI 00 25 oZ satire ( 16 lines) each mmuance, Thr qwrters of a square (12 lines) first in., The quarters of a square (12 lines) each con. Half square (8 lines or less) first insertion. Half square (8 lines or less) each eontinu., "ida, Xotis. tc. not eiceed.ng one half square, br the year. -XTardi Xotis.etc, not exceedmg one sq.. I ...rtUiin not exceeding: one haf 75 121.2 50 121-2 00 00 column, - - - jo oo v. J adrertisins: not exceeding one col., 63 00 qj Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's hntiness. . . ' Trr.iL Advertisements. Twenty five cents per i; fnr the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents ,erh subsequent insertion. rr S inscription to the Polynesian is payab...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 June 1851

. H" - ' -.:. x - a-- i- We tr: i - - .' . ;7 -.- -i '''it .- : & - 11 H "-.. V ;THE i -HONOLULU," JUNE 21 , 1851. Is '...,..; . , . t From Uw Alt California. - . ' HAWAIIAN CORRESPONDENCE. - ; v : Honolulu, March 10, 1851. r M e8. Editors, In tnj la I promised, lest it should he said that I dealt, ouly in generalities, la point out the mistakes in judg ment n huh tilt? uiissiuuai tea uuc iuu ut"i V"wS,wir o v ,'articular sphere of action.- There are not many, hut they are important. While actuated by the best intentions, tneir re medies have occasionally proved worse than the ' disease. , - Of this, the stringent laws which have been enacted agaiust sexual iintnorality, ostensibly by the Government, but, in reality, by the mission ary body, for both are fingers, of the same hand," may be adduced as an exemplary in stance. That they are entirely ineffective for good, is notorious ; it being difficult to imagine n more gebendnd unblushing looseness of man- ners thajr prevails in ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 June 1851

.-v - i i . ' - Mr. Robertson presented a bill to amend the law relating to the . road tax. Read a first and second time, atnenaeu ana ordered to be en grossed. Etekikg Scssiox. The bill to proride fur the granting of permits to foreign vessels to visit bye ports was read a second lime. On motion to engross, a discussion ensued between Mr. Parsons in opposition to the bill and Messrs. Robertson and Richardson in fa vor of it. The motion was carried nearlj unani Dr. Rook presented a bill to aoend the law re latins to estrays. After the first reading, on mo tion of Mr. Lokomaikai the bill was laid on the table. Mr. Robertson from a select committee, re ported a bill to provide for a third Circuit Judge for the island ot Hawaii. 1 his bill went through its several readings and passed without oppo sition. The bill to regulate guardians and wards was read a third time and passe!. The bill to transfer the judicial powers of tax officers to the district iustices, was read a third time and ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 June 1851

u - a. . v..;- - 24 t i i" 'it T; f- i if a ' i ... 2 ' ' i : BUSINESS CARDS: "POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. Plain antJ i ancn Book anil lob printing accu AS Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, Shop Bills) Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, Bill Heads, " VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness, and despatch, on liberal terms. . : . , B. P. SNOW, Importer Jt General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU, ' . HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. . Aug. 27.lGtf , A. P. EVEBfiTT, (Ernrcal Comnu'sfltoii fittrcljant, HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. IV Money advanced on tavoral.le terms for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France. COADV, CAIIOON & CO. Ship Chandlers Si Commission Merchants. HONOLULU, O.UIU, & HILO, HAWAII, H. I. .:r0rV x IJom.lul.., H. I. Chaa. Y. Cahnnli ) N. P. Luke. If ilo, Hawaii, II. I- , . Xihila aopplied wiih rrfrrb incuts, provisions, kc, at ll knriexl aultca, oo re...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 June 1851
Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 June 1851

u 26 by those who know no master but their own tiassirm and im.tulser. - . '. ; ; 1 this great tml n 1 win oniy auu, ma among the many wise injunctions of Holy Writ, there is none mre worthy of re- v quences for good or evil, than that which bids us to " remember our Creator in the days of our youth," when the affections of the heart, like the inclinations of the mind are susceptible of - impressions which in t. - n .oi-olir hn tr i v p n tn them. OT BTlff!-! . Illlllt? 1 f I V U I V 1 1 I1IUI Q O-M - later jfeurs, tnu iiy - - - -, which, il eiven at all, are defective in depth and vigour, in feeling and sincerity, ine first love of the soul, like all other first love is most likely to retain its supremacy, and is moreover, worthier of Him who requires it, than any we can offer after having exhaust ed it freshness-, its fen'our and its purity, on the idols of the world. . Cultivate, therefore, eariv in inc. an - tachment to God, as I have enjoined your -doing towards the good and gr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 June 1851

u 4 ; U: THE POLYNESIAN, SATUI ,IAV; JUNE 28; 1851. 27 r Bw Cutljoriti). I CHAMBERLAIN'S NOTICE. The funeral of the late Kekacoitohi will take ill take place punctually at 10 o'clock, on Mon day morning. The procession willlnove from jjer residence Richard Street, to the large na tive church, and from thence to the Royal Cem etery. Tbe Court will tt into mourning from the SOib June to the 30th J uly. APFOIKTMEHTS. A W. Pahsou, Enquire, ha been appointed District Attorney, far the second judicial district f the H"''an ilnil, comprising the islands of Maui, Molokni, and Lanni. nv Hi" Excellency the Governor of Hawaii. Geobce M- RoBtaTSON, Squire, M i a icni - Circuit Judge, on tlie ilaii ! nawaii; 10 resiue in Suih Kohala, (Waimea.) Rv the Marshal. Thomas H. Mashall, r'uip., t I Sheriff f the island of Kauai, vice F. Funk, Enquire, resigned. Honolulu, July 2Sth 1351. T tT OF LETTERS Renniidns Jn ihe Hono'ala Port L Office. June 28. 18 X. rht uames of vesseia an quoted. lieu, rapt Albe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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