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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 December 1844

1814 THE POLYNESIAN. 119 4 Ah !' said he, I did not know that. That will certainly be bettor. Iicsidc3 thoso farewells ! those farewells ! they weaken one.' " 4 Yes, yes,1 said I, 4 don't make a child of yourself, that's much the beet way. Don't kiss her, if you can help it; if you do. you are lost.' I gave him another good grasp of the hand, and left him, Oh ! all this was very hard for me ! "He seemed to mo to keep the secret well; for they walked arm in arm for a quar ter of an hour and then returned to the edge of the water to take the rope and the dress which one of the cabin boys had fished up. Night came on suddenly. It was the moment I had resolved to seize. Hut that moment has lasted me till the present time, and I shall drag it along all my life, like a cannon ball." Here the old commandant was obliged to stop, and I took care not to speak, for fear of turning his ideas out of their channel. He began ugain, striking his breast: 44 That moment, I assure you, I can't un ders...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 December 1844

t u ; v o i.i y.n i: s J a n; HnCEMBKR, 120 AI.) VEKTISKM KNTS. Public Notice. To the Creditors and Debtors of the list ate 0 William French and Francis John (Jrf.f.nwav, late merchant .9, doing busi ness jointly and severally in the Tillage of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Is lands, but now Assignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, fur the benefit of their Creditors. TTOU will please to lake notice that jX the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the paid Court of Chancery, to collect all the joint nnd several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Grf.f.nway or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John (Jrf.i:nivay prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Estate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appoi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 December 1844

THE POLYNESIAN. lMHMSIII 1 WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, O Villi, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Editor.) SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1844. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 30. From the Boston (U. S.) Evening Gazette. LOVE NEVER SLEEPS. Love never sleeps !' The mother's eye Bends o'er her dying infant's bed; And as she marks the moments fly, While death creeps on with noiseless tread, SELECTED LAURETTE OR THE RED SEAL. (Concluded.) "The idea of obeying a piece of paper that way ! for after all it was but that. There must have been something in the air that forced me on. I caught a glimpse of that young man oh ! it was horrible to see ! kneeling before his Laurette, and kissing her knees and her feet. Was'nt it a hard case for me ? 1 shouted like a madman, 4 Separate them ! we are all a set of wretches separate them ! The poor Republic is a dead body Directors, Directory, vermin all ! I quit the sea for ever ! I'm not afraid of all your lawyers ! Let them tell them what I say what do I care ?, Oh ! but 1 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 December 1844

122 T 11 E V O L V N K S I A N. Dec t.mecr, in my esteem. I have often since sought around rnc for a man like that otic, ami capable of such an entire and careless abne gation of .self. During the fourteen years 1 have lived in the army, it is only there, and above all in the poor and despised ranks of the infantry, that 1 have found those men of an antique stamp carrying out the feeling of duty to all its possible consequences; knowing neither remorse for obedience, nor shame for poverty;, simple in their manners, and in their speech; proud of the glory of the nation, but careless of their own; shutting themselves up cheerfully in their own obscurity, to divido with the unfortunate the block bread they pay for with their blood. I remained long ignorant of what had be come of my poor chef-dc-bataillon, espe cially as he had not told me his name, and I had not asked him. One day, however, at a coffee-house, I believe in 182.3, an old captain of infantry to whom I was describing him, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 December 1844

mi T HE V 0 L Y N E S IAN. 123 did not render him liable to seizure and de prive him of the privilege of inviolability which surrounds tlio pcrsoji of a Hritish Consul, still it was a provocative to violence, and therefore must bo considered a pallia tion of it." The Morocco war is at an end. The Sultan has given way, and sued for terms. Death of Gov. Adams. Yesterday morn ing, II. M. Sch. Ilooikaika arrived, bring ing the intelligence of the death of His Excellency John Adams Kiukim, (Jv. of Hawaii. He died at his residence at Kailua, on the 9th inst., at 20 minutes past 9 o'clock, A. M. Aged about GO years. lie had been long alllicted with a paralysis of the lower extremities, and for more than a year nearly disabled from attending to business. Horn: Uiif.a king. The dwellinjr-house of Capt. Nye, in Nuuami Valley, was broken into, this week, while the family were absent; a chest forced open, and a considerable quantity of clothing stolen. Who will say a newspaper is of no use ? lu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 December 1844

124 it r n -v t ir -v" T-i o r a xt DtCMltRr ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To ta Creditor and Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Grf.enivay, late merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severally intheFtllage oj Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian ? lands, but now Assignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit of their Creditors. TTOU will please to take notice that jJL the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to" collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Greenwav or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John Greemvay prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Estate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of sa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 December 1844

vm TTTT TTTq f USUI IMJKLlSIIi:i WlillKLY, AT IIOtfOLlJ&l, OASIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, J. J. JARVES, Enmm. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1811. NEW SERIES, Vol. l.-No. 31. Pi is ia Fiom the liostun live. PARODY ON Till: AMERICAN KAtiU:." ur e. ii. . Thorn's a one jrrry cut with n hcmlimr Haw, With uii anirry cyi nnd n tlniinUrin maw. That mi r sus ht;r brood in our ir;urct high On u bandbox's tup, with perpetual ery, That sits till day, ijiiito quirt ami uwvk. And ut nijht round tlm house will prowl and uiioak, Bald headed and 8t ripped, snuuM hues in the mora She is Mien in ad plight, with her tail all torn, And milled and stained, while red and bright On her cursed old neck i.s the mark of a bite, Like the nose of a loafer buttered in liht. And with hack all bristling, hm: her ! where Sho sitft down, smoothing her milled hair With eyes bunged up, and talon bleeding, And mivage npit, as if her prey Had Hiiddcnly been snatched away While she on neighbor's shed was feeding. All round the ol...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 December 1844

r 11 126 T II K 1'ULVNCSI A N . December, '4 n ! r.tl fx J .a-, a birds resting on the island and Hying; above j wants and interest?, and these cannot be so it arc as countless as the sands on the sea-; n, ; 1 . f( . l T - reon-sentcd n bv . (.. whom it shore. The whole heavens are lite. ally ' avvixUilM ,u a, it, -ru ilatuics aro ! kencd by me vast hocks as mey wneei uuu , , , move in endless lights. No land being perfectly familiar. Hy a mixed represen nearcr than Zanzibar and the coast of Alii-, tatimi, therefore, emanating fioni all classes, ca, it follows, (as, ineeed, is well known) 1 ji,,, jr,vcrumci.t of -society is made moie thc.se vast multitudes have n other resting i.. ii.. ...i i 1:1 i , . . , , i. I ii 1 1 a 1 1 iv. iMiiuvii.i ui-iir ini ii n'n nil, iiim piace wiuu i ii in nun' i-iiniu, iini-ii n i i n-i i . lute of other inhabitants, and hence it nuhl . ''1" vilegcs. he advantage be the receptacle of their ordure, aecumula-, is imt solely 1 1 toe Mile ol toe governed....

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 December 1844

I3H.1 T H E P O L Y N i: S I-A N . 127 planter, say, $35. At this rate, yielding from j to I more, and ripening quicker than canes dressed in the usual way, will it pay ? We hope, by another year, several of the gentle men interested in agriculture w ill bo enabled to forward to us definitive results, for the ben lit of the public at large. Its chemical analysis recommend it, also, as particularly suited to the collee-troc. Its result upon the gardens of Honolulu will come more im mediately under our own observation. Hy "The Friend" of the I8t!i. inst., we learn that its present volume is closed under Hattering pecuniary auspices for its future success. This must be gratifying toils many friends, as well us the announcement that it will be "devoted to temperance, seamen, marine and general intelligence." A strict adherence to this department, will not fail to render it of great benefit'to seamen, and add .much to the good it has already accomplish ed among them. Its future appearanc...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 December 1844

128 T II K V 0 I Y N E S I A N , ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Not le e. To the. Creditors and Debtors of the Estate, of William French and Francis John Grkenway, late merchants, doing busi ness jointly and several! in the Pillage of Honolulu, Island of )ahu , Hawaiian Is lands, but now 7sv honors to the Court of Chanetry of (kihn, fr the benefit of their Creditors. TTOU will plonso to take notice that JUL the undersigned h;irf been legally appointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Fpantis John Greenway or severally to the snid William French, or severally to the said Francis John Greenway prior to the 4lh day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to hirn for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Kstate. Von will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appointed Au'cnt of sai...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 December 1844

THE POLYNESIAN l1JItLlSIII!B WI2KKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAHU, HAWAIIAN iSLVMh, J. J. JAIIVKS, Kihtoii. SATURDAY", DECEMBER 23, 1811. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 32. NOTES From the I'riciul. Oil t Ho Shipping Tiiifr, Atrrirtiltur? , CI i nm to, )icuc, Kcligiou Institutions, Civil niitl Social Condition, Mercantile and l"j iiatiri.il Policy of the Sandwich or Hawaiian Island, viewed in rt'luliou to othcrgroups of islands, and to tli; natural ami ncuircd advantage of the Sandwich or Hawaiian Island. Jly RoiiKiir Ckicuton Wvi.i.ib, Squire. (Concluded from Xo. A7A, pue 1 02. Pkksknts to thh MissMonakiks. There aro those who ailed to believe thiit thj Missionaries receive much in presents from tlx; natives, in the profit arising I""" their lands ami Hocks. To such, it may L; jiisa ercl. 111 it tho minutes before me abundantly prove ill it beyond small presents in token of personal i eard, every Missionary lias to account minutely lor all ihc-e gifts, benefactions anil profits, not as bcuelits accr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 December 1844

THE POLYNESIAN. December, 130 Etsayt on the ancient government, religion, man ner and customs, arts and medical practice of the na tives. Domestic Economy. , . Beat method of dealing with offending mcinbcra in christian churches. Ilow to remedy the peculiar evils that threaten tno Hawaiian cop!e. Influence of Slavery on piety. Marriage of believer with unbelievers. Abridgement of Keith on the t'roplic;cics, in naliit. Evidence of Christianity, native. Maternal Duties, do. Arc married Missionaries the more useful? Influence of heathenish habits on the character of Hawaiian clristians. Ilow should the popular feelings ni a particular com munity moony tno practice 01 cnnsn.ui m legmu u to nitv niruliiV till" ni social intercourse for example, may n christian attend balls in Tans, who would not in uostonr 106. Small lox The diseases to which the na tives arc subject, and the best means of their preven tion and cure fcivc not escaped the care of the Mission aries. Eight very sensible res...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 December 1844

mi. T HE P 0 L Y N ES IAN. yourselves are wise." Whatever nun tion there may have bocn for a public expo sition of those acts and policy on their own part, it has now become unnecessary by the candid, ample and irrefutable manner in which Mr. Wyllic has handled the subject. Facts arc made to tell their story of simple, honest truth. If doubt on these topics should continue to exist, they must find their homos only in minds whose natural food is detrac tion and skepticism. The remarks in regard to Lord George Paulet will not, we presume, be received with a unanimity of opinion. We urc pleas ed to sec the defence Mr. Wyllie has made of his Lordship, but we see no reason for excusing him on the score of being misled by the representations of others.. An exec utive officer, not acting under direct com mands, in whatever light the case may be made to appear to him, in action, as sumes the responsibility. He becomes the active agent, and to him his own Govern ment and others look. Peculia...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 December 1844

I i ';?. i32 T HE T OLYNESIAN, DrfF.MBER, ADVKIiTIKNWONTS. Public Notice. 7c Creditors and Debtors of the list ate of William Frkntii find Kh mis John (Jreknivav, merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severally in the I 'Mage of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Is lands, but now Jlsftignnrs to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the ben fit of their Creditors. TVTOU will please to lake notion that AX the undersigned has leen legally appointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to colled all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of I'lUNris John Gkkknwav or severally to the said William Fri:nch, or severally to the said Francis Joiiv (jrkknway prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Kstate. Vou will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 January 1845

TMM FOLfl IAN ri nnsin:i weekly, at Honolulu, aiiu, Hawaiian islands. J. J. JARVKS, KiMTon. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1845. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 33. Further Hxtrnrt from the. Report on the I'ivil, Commercial mid Financial Polity of Mexico, sent to the London Committee of Mexican Ilond-holders, by Kobkiit Chicjiton Wvlme, Enquire, member of that Committee, Arc. Our readers will find the previous extracts in tho Polynesian of last year, from tho 3d of August to the 7th of September inclusive. It will be seen by the political cssav tipon New Spain, by tho justly celebrated Karon dc Humboldt, that tho average yearly reve nue collected during the five years, from 17G3 to 1707, both inclusive, was $G, 1G9.964. The yearly average for the five years from 1780 to 1784, both inclusive, wan $10,176, 170; and Don Antonio Mtdina, Minister of Finance, in 1023, in his mcmoria of 3d. Sep tember that year, admits that the five years, 1795 to 171)9, both inclusive, had produced a yearly average of $20,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 January 1845

134 THE POLY N B.S I A N . JANUARY, THE POLYNESIA N. OFFICIAL JOt:it.AL OF 77; 1 IJV1.1.Y for;A t;.vy. HONOLULU, SATUKDA V, JAN. I, 115. This government stands in a singular and somewhat anomalous position, in regard to the opposition which U at present arrayed or arraying itself against it. Wilhin itself, it has nothing to fear. All subjects arc united to sustain a liberal and efficient government. Whatever diversity of opinion miijht possibly have been entertained among them in re gard "to 'the expediency of any particular measure, it is now fust by the greater, out ward pressure, which tends to bring the sev eral parts into firmer union. Common dan ger has always the effect to produce common interests, and although in this case, dange r is altogether out of the question, yet the many rough assaults, disguised thrusts, and attempts at general obloquy, of which the members of government have of late been made the subject, have had the happy effect which is produced in other count l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 January 1845

1845-1" The mooting ol'lhn Hawaiian Total Absti nence Union took jlaco, an nnnouneod, at the Seamen's Chapel, on Tuesday evening1.' lksidc the members, there was present a numerous audience both of residents and strangers. Wo were gratified to perceive so largo an attendance of ladies. Their 'co operation in the cause of temperance will be verjbcneficial. Moral suasion from fair Hp cannot fail of convincing any man who has remaining in him any particle of a soul. The Kxercisos went olf, very well, particularly the singing, which was spirited and appear ed highly to gratify the numerous tars who were present. The contrast between their weather-worn but happy and sober counte nances and those of their brethren who fre quent the misery vending shops of the publicans, was very striking, and an unans werable argument in favor of their cause. The reading of the Cascade alforded no little amusement, and altogether was fpiito creditable to the authors, who we are told aremeinbors of the Uni...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 January 1845

THE POLYNESIAN. (Januaat, IV 136 S1 1 'I ,.r P. i N y i ( i -v r ! U 'At ft 1 Ill If rl!3: 1 fff r ',1 it 1 I r (1 II . f , , v ! ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To the Creditors and Debtors of the Estate J William French and Francis John ... Greenway, late merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severally in the Village oj ; Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Js kinds, but now Assignors to the Court oj Chancery of Oaliu, for the benefit of their Creditors. TTOU will please to take notice that UL the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Greenway or severally to the snid William French, or severally to the snid Francis John Green vay prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to hitn for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of saiil Kstate. You will...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 January 1845

THIS FOIL YN IAN PUI1MS1IED WEEKLY, AT HOAOU LU, OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES. Editor. SATURDAY, JANlTAltY 12, 1813. NEW SERIES, VoIT 17 No. 34, IDA - la it lj ii o For the. Jnhrnrninn. BLEST BE THY NAME, OLD SCOTIA DEAR. hv o. m. R. Hail Caloiloni.t, stem and wild, Meet nurse lor a poetic child. Scott. West 1)0 thy name, Old Scolia. dear, Enshrined within this heart of mine, While life remains within my breast My most devoted love in thine. I'll ne'er forget thone years of youth I spent beneath thy cloudy sky, Tl u! scenes of childhood now inscribed On momory'H papo, shall never die. Land of my birth, my bosom swells With pride to think myself thy pou, The c hild of her whose children's worth Their country's deathless famo hath won. Thou favored land, where oft the muse Hath tenanted some rustic spot- In.pirin with poetic fires A Robin Hums or Wattic Scott. Within thy humble cottage., At even, while seated round the fire, I've heard rehearsed thy legends wild, By toothless ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 January 1845

138 'J' II K POLYNESIAN. January This Moerenhaut who was accustomed to sell Inanity by the bottle to my people, and who still lives with another man's wife, in defiance of my laws and without shame, has said frequently that th French were better treated than all otlwr foreigners. lie ought to know the truth, for when his office of A merican Consul wts taken away, he was ap pointed, as 1 have before said, French Con sul. Behold then, O King, the false and un founded statements of Du Petit Thouars, that tin; French had been ill-treated, their houses broken, their property seized, and other statements of that kind! This is another word about two French Missionaries, who came here in the year ia.)G: They landed clandestinely, without per mission. It was riot agreeable to me that 1 should permit them to reside on shore; not because I thought evil of them as men, nor because I was angry with their faith; hut because 1 knew they came to teach a differ ent doctrine from that which 1 and my ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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