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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 January 1852

JUL ' , 148 BUSINESS CARDS. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. Plata an Janes Book anil lob printing SCCH AS Pamphlets, S"P Bills, Catalogues, Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills.of Lading, Handbills, Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch, on literal terms. B. P. SHOW, Importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU. jjjjjjf ISLANDS. BjIIs of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf PORTER & OGDEIY, Importers and Commission Merchants iy.34 HONOLULU, OAHU, IL I. . A. P. EVERETT, CStncral omim'sm'ou fHrrcIjant, HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. & Money advanced on favorable terms for Bills of Exchange n the United States, England and 1- ranee. COADY, CAIIOON & CO. "Ship Chandlers & Commission Merchants. HONOLULU, OAHU, & HILO, HAWAII, II I. B.CodT, $ Honolulu, II. I. ttySliipa aupplied with refresh menls, proviaioni, tee, at -lie bnrtnt notice, on reasonable lerme N. B. Wanted, whaler." ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 January 1852

: ' Iff if if 19 if I It M voi. o. - H0N0LU1U, S A T U RDAY71 A N UTRYlTrTR59T pnbli shed weekly at Honolulu, Oabn, Hawaiian Is EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TEEMS, On copy per annum, in advance, ' $ 600 One copy six months, in advance, 3 so Single copies, 12 r Rates of Advertising. One square, ( 1 6 lines ) first insertion, $ 1 00 One square ( 16 lines) each continuance, 25 Half square (8 lines or less) first insertion, 50 nau square (8 lines or less) each continua., 121-2 Cards, Notices, &c, not exceeding one half . square, by the year. - - 5 00 "Cards, Notices, etc, not exceeding one sq., 8 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one half column, - - - . 30 00 Yearly advertisinir not exceeding one col en m ZT" Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's own business. Legal Advertisements. Twenty five cents per uas v uuu uuu, auu six ana one iourtn cents for each subsequent insertion. ?y Subscription to the Polynesian is payable invariably in advance. C?-Xo transient advertisements wi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 January 1852

1 ' f , ( ; - 150 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1852. Estimating the men at 50 cents per day, and the ner dav. and the cane at $50 per acre we have $150 for all ex nonsps. k . . s . Allowing the syrup to make 6 lbs of sugar, to the gallon, it gives G4US IDs ot sugar, or un and one fifth, leaving UUU gallons oi uioi. Calling tlie molasses 7 cents per gaHon, it gives us the sugar at 1 2-3 cents per lb. The actual cost of the cane did not exceed and we worked to a great disadvantage in grinding and boiling it. But as it is best to noi caicwaie too low. we will allow one half for "lee way and Call the cane $75 per acre and the expense oi i .,tt;nr r1 rrnnHinT IM). maKUlor IHe WUOie amount $225, this gives us . COO srals. moL a 7 cents $12, IPO C403 lbs sugar a 2 85-100 $225. Now allow 70 bags to the ton at 12-1-2 cents per bag and labor for bagging $1 perton and cart age to the beach $3 per ton, and shrinkage 5 per cent, and we have 3 5-8 cents per lb j-ery nearly. I have not th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 January 1852

-m-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PER Jj sons having STOCK running in neigborhood of puuloa that from and after this date, no cattle, mules, or horses, -will be permitted to graze upon gjid estate; and all cattle, . mules, or horses found pinning at large upon said place will" be taken up gad placed in pound and will not be released until fig sum of three dollars per head for stock so taken lie paid for damages sustained The inland boundary of PUULOA estate extends gom Lai Kekaa on Pearl river, and extends in a straight line to a stone wall on sea board, beyond the place called Kupaka 2nd, making an area 2244 acres. JU1 persons are forbid riding over or trespassing j, any manner upon said estate. . Our agent, Isaac Montgomery, is instructed to ar- jgjt all persons and confine stock of every description found trespassing upon Puuloa ; and all settlements pr the same must dc made witn nun. CILVS. W. VINCENT. Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1852-6m-37 JM'CORMACK, TEA DEALER, COFFEE s Roaster, and gen...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 January 1852

1- 152 BUSINESS CARDS POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. JUaiuf Jancn Book an lob printing 4J SCCH AS Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, Shop Bills Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading r Consular Blanks Blank Deeds, mrrrwa. BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch.on liberal terms. B. P. SHOW, importer A General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. 0AHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug.27.l6tf ; PORTER & OGDEIV, Importers and Commission Merchants lT 3. ' HONOLULU, OAHU, IL I. ii if nn T1 V1 1 central eommCfiflCon jmrcnant, HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I It. COADY, Ship Chandler & Commission Merchant. HONOLULU, OAHU. TCrShipt .applied with refreshment!, prorwion., Ac, at be hortett olce, on reoiiahle terms. Europe, for ROBERT C.JANION. merchant & (Eomnussion ftgtnt, HONOLULU, OAHU, II- I- AUSTIN fit BACLE, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. II. SEA, AUCTIONEER- Ij48 HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. ohabx.es brewer, Commis...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 February 1852

-v .-' v 4 f - it vi -i -"J - ' . . ..g, j- ..... , - .. Vol. 8.i l)c 3olntic0iott, is published weeklj t Honoluln, Oahn, Hawaiian Is EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. ... TERMS. .. ' One copy per annam, in adrance, $600 Onecopy six months, in advance, 3 50 single copies, - 121-2 Rates of Adrertisins;. One square, (16 lines) first insertion, S 1 00 One square ( 16 lines) each continuance, . 25 Half square (9 lines or less) firjt insertion., ' 50 Half square ( 8 lines or less ) each continua., 121 Cardi, Notices, tc, not exceeding one half square, by the year. - - 5 00 Cards, Notices, etc, not exceeding one sq., 8 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one half column, - .. . . 30 00 Tearly advertising not exceeding one col 60 no Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's own business. ,Lkoa.l Advxstiscmevts. Twenty five cents per line tor mc nm insenton, ana six ana one fourtn cents for each subsequent insertion. ZSubscriptionto the Polynesian it payable invariably in advance. CTVo transient ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 February 1852

1 -i 4- - iT- ! ! THK:p6l1PNE "v 4 i 154; THE rT 1 I w SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1852. Omoojc. From a gentleman recently arrived from Oregon we learn that the immigration over the Rocky Mountains during the autumn of 1851, was about 5,000 souls. . The greater portion of these de sitrned to become permanent settlers in Oregon, hav- : 'w.fh tViom their families. Stock. &C. with Ail .S-fcgU-. " w - that object in view. We also learn from the same informant, that agents for a larze colonr of Germans, residing principally in Pennsylvania, have been traversing the territory of (Won in search of a favorable locality for a large .settlement, during the past summer, and that they have selected a district of country on the sea-board - to the north of the Columbia River, as a favorable There are some 3,000 families connected with this partv of emigrants, and they are expected ,in'nrr the Brimmer and autumn of 1852. The jriAl. UWl U 0 w - nnmivr U from 10.000 to 12.000 souls: and thev brine, th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 February 1852

-i-.j . gj- A servo accident occurred on board the Trpbo01' M she vai gettmgonder way on Thai y, whicareuked in the death of one nan, and (je seriotts iajury of two other. ; .The three men tBuded to were frojn the XJ. 8. ship Vandaliawho had gone on board to lend Tjand in getting , the typhoon under way.. The man most aerioualy in jmed.'wis brought on shore to the American Hos pital, where he died ait 8 o'plock the same night, jftcr suffering the most excruciating "pain from the time the accident occurred. . 7 Jes.yt Ijsi. Vhen last in Stockholm, she rts requested to ing on the Sabbath at the king's palace, on the occasion of some grand but not re ligious fertivaL She refused, and the king -called personally on her to induce her attendance. She replied, "There is a higher King, sire, to whom I ore my first allegiance," and refused to be pre sent. ' . Ixtekestikq Compabjsons. The astonishing changes that hare been wrought in the condition and prospects' of the American people, will b...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 February 1852

V 1 Y V f 1 J 156 POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. Plain aabiantn Book airt lob Puntinfi " iCCH At Pamphlets, . Catalogues," Cirealars, Handbills, Dill Heads, Shop Bills, Dills of Exchange, Dills of Lading, . Consular Dlanke, Black Deeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch, on liberal terms. S. P. SNOW, importer & General Commission Merchant. . HONOLULU. . 1 " 0AHU HAWXIIXN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. " Aug. 27.l6tf PORTER & OGDEIY, Importers and Commission Merchants ly.34 , HONOLULU, OAHU. H. L A. P. SVSBETTj (Sentcal ommfBBion SQcvtljant, - - HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I- E Money advanced on favorable terma for Bills of hange an the United States, England and France. Hi COADY, Ship Chandler &. Commission Merchant. H050LULU, OAUU. ' C73hip supplied with rrfreabmenta, proviaiona, , at e faurtevt notice, on reasonable term. . N. B. Wanted , whaler.' bill on the U 8 or Europe, Tor which money will be adrauceU on favorabl...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 February 1852

i Vol. 8.. l)c Jolgnc0tatt, it published week! j at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Im. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. ' TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, $600 One copy six months, in adrance, a 50 - ' Single copies, , - 12 1- Rates of Adrertisinc' One gqaar( 16 lines) first insertion. SI 00 25 SO 121-2 00 00 One 16 lines) each conunuance, Half (8 lines or less) first insertion., HclMtiare (8 lines or less I each rnnrinn uCarda, Notices. &c, not exceeding one half sqnare, by the year. Cards, Natices, etc. , not exceeding one sq.. ieanjarerusmg not exceeding one half , col-mn, - . - . ... . 30 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one col., 60 00 JET Yearly adTertising limited to the advertiser's own business. Legal Adteetisemekts. Twenty fire cents per line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents for each subsequent insertion. Subscription to the Polynesia it payable invariably Z7No transient atloertiaements trill It ier ltd Unless prepaia. HOUSES, LAND, &c. REAL ESTATE TX...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 February 1852

7 1 i- 1 .1 :.. . i i 4. t IV I 1. i I- 0 V',' i v. IT . - .i V v 'f i f' - ; & - 158 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1852. It has been supposed, and given aa a rea r son f r the increased consumption of intoxica ting drinks in this kingdom in 1849 and J 830, that the state of business prosperity we enjoyed had a natural tendency to' that result. ' Thig we conceive to be sound reasoning, and what is quite as impor tant, the truth. " When business is brisk and money plenty, the tendency with a large class in almost every com munity is, to indulge in needless artificial stimu- lants. Such was the fact in these islands, as the large consumption proves. That such is the case in England, we bave the testimony of Serjeant Talfourd, who, in his charge to the grand jury at . Stafford, on a quite recent occasion, said, 'Distress among the agricultural or manufactu ring population, does not, as it appears to me, lead so much to depredations on property, as when pros perity gives th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 February 1852

. . , i ' Ccbas Paisoirats. There w little doubt bnr that all the Cuban prisoners will be set free on theit rival in Spain. When they left Havana this an ticipation was generally entertained by them. The Washington Republic, in giving the sub gtance of a recent conversation with Gen. Concha, the Capt. General of Cuba, says that he expressed bis determination to recommend the Queen of Spain immediately to pardon the American priso ners on their reaching Lisbon; also, that he was only prevented trom doinjr so himself by the New Orleans outrages, which had since been explained to his satisfaction. He believed that the President hid done all in his power to prevent the invasion. Aiu""g wc pajagmjjus going uie newspaper roonds, is one mentioning the fact that Mrs. Jas. Cordon Bennett (of the N. V. Herald) is about to spend the winter at Isabella's Court, to exert her laauence m ueuou m we iterators. . PiTEJfT Mile. A very valuable discovery has recently been patented by" a French gentlem...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 February 1852

f , f - 5 - ' 160 BUSINESS CARDS. , "pOLYKS?Af Plain airt Jmcn Book an Job printinfl accu as Shop Bills, Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Pamphlet, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills Bill Heads, ' Blank Deeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch, on liberal terms. B. P. SHOW, importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. , Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. -. Aug. 27.16tf P TITER. &. OGDE.Y, Importers and Comiuission Merchants ly-34 HONOLULU, UAUl, 11. a. A. P. EVERETT, (Sfcncral (Commission fHeriijaut, HONOLULU. OAHU, H. I. tv Tnnv advanced on favorable terms for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France. R. COADY, Ship Chandler & Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU. E7ohipa aupplied wilh refn-stiinenu, proviaiona, tec, at le tnoriei ounce, vu retmi"io ium. N. H.: Wamel, whaler.' bill on the U S or Europe, for which money will be advanced on favorable term, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 February 1852

v,V v.-: .- - . v . -i- ' -r- ' , V-. ) 4&i - ,- -' . ---..-.V. . .- . - ' - - ' : . I T, .T.--r-:..ir- . ' -;A- " , ' ' "... ""Vol,8,i ' - -.m ; i r. jt puWished wecklj at Honolala, Oahn, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. "TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, One copy six months, in advance, w Single copies, Rates oT Advertising. One square, (16 lines) first insertion. $600 3 50 121-2 SI 00 ..' - 50 One square (16 lines) each continuance, Half square (8 lines or less) first insertion., r Half square (8 lines or less) each continua., fards, Notices. &c, not exceeding one half squareytheyear. " " -Cards4ttces,etc-, not exceeding one sq., Yearly advertising not exceeding one half 121-2 5 00 8 00 SO 00 column, - Yearly advertising not exceeding one to 60 00 Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's t,yra business. Legal Advebtisemests. Twenty five cents per line ti" un"H3ci uu, auu six ana one iounn cents for each subsequent insertion. ZJ" Suhcripttt to the Polynesian ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 February 1852

ii r f) .y.. '...-,-.'. . wsv v V ; - L- : 3 i r ft t - 162 . ,..:..,..,;.-';.v:v- iKilBiffV MM W 1 asjswsaa. T! THE POLYNESIA N SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1852. : Missio5art Ihflcekce. It is implied, in the late discussion of the 23d article of the constitu r, tion, that clergymen at the islands have tamed aside from their appropriate work have intermed ; died, unwarrantably, in political and secular mat ters. . Indeed, without such a supposition, the arti cle itself is eminently unreasonable and absurd. - What are the facts in the case ? How does the matter really stand ? Have the missionaries turn ed aside from the work for which they were sent " to the islands ? In the first instructions to them they were pub licly charged thus ; 'You are goinr to publish to them, the dwellers in Hawaii, good"tidings, to bear them the message of heavenly mercy and peace, to present to them a lioht which shall dissipate me giwui bu umj rvrf ol itir ItlVi bUAAV - low or a narrow scale ; but you i;e to...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 February 1852

K .. . - . 'jam ty w apqjs -w .1 !, jmii i i iirMiperT"eMr f .4' , J SALES AT AUCTION. F. W. THOMPSON, Aactioneer. -rKXTTURE. DRY GOODS AT at-P- TIOX. On SaturdaT. 21st inst.. t in nVlvr.vl JL at the Auction Room of the subscriber, wiip' njok-' - vji uvuO Tobacco, Furniture, 2 GOLD WATCHES, Brandy. ..ii 1 SATnTT?irrT)cr positively oe soia xo close accounts A P. EVERETT, Auctioneer. m sfSe) TONS. 18 QTTTNTAT 1 r-hilinA (b surement, of English COALS will be told at public auction, at 11 o'clock this morning, as tnev uc widiu uuuac, uj a. x . x.verett. Terms Cash. JAMES ALMOX, Auctioneer ON WEDNESDAY next the 24th instant at 10 o'clock A. iL, will be sold at the store of R. C. Janion, the following : WINES AND LIQUORS. Hhds. Gin, (containing 8 dos each,) do Port, do Sherry, Pun. Rum, cases old Tom Gin, Octaves Sherry, cases do, do Port, do Sherry, do Madeira, do Champagne, do Claret, do Brandy, (very choice, do Porter. jT The above will be sold without reserve. DRY GOODS. Horse Cloths,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 February 1852

164 UJNESSCARISt POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. JHatu aiib Jfrrun 13 ook an Job printing , .. "- 8CCM AS Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, TISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch, on liberal terms. b. r. snow, importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. AHU' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf PORTER & OGDEN, Importers and Commission Merchants ly-Zi HONOLULU, UAUL, 11- x. A. P. EVERETT, E?nucal Commtssiou iHcrtBant, TifiVfiT.TTT.TT OAIIU. H. I. Money advanced on favorable term for Bills of Exchange on tne u nnea oiaies, -"s1""" It. COADY, Ship Chandler & Commission jtferchant. HONOLULU, OAHU. E7"3liip (applied with refresh inept, provisions, ice, at he ahorleM inn tee, oa reasonable lerim. N. B. Wsnied, whnler' bill on the U S or Europe, Tor which mouey will be adranced on favorable term, dec 21-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 February 1852

Vol. 8. jt published weekly at Honolalu, Oahn,HawaIiaa Is EDWIN O. HALL; EDITOR. TERMS "':- - One copy per annum, in advance, One copy six montba, in advance, Single copies, t ,-.-.-,..,.. ; ,.. $600 3 50 121 -Rate of Advertising. One square, (16 line) first insertion, - One square (16 lines) each continuance. SI 00 25 50 121 Half square (8 lines or less) first insertion., Half square (8 lines or less) each continua., Cards, Notices. not exceeding one half ' , square, by the year. , , -Cards, Notiees.etc., not exceeding one sq., ; Tearly advertising not exceeding one half v 5 00 8 00 Team advertising not exceeding nn t - m m 07 Tearly adrertising limited to the advertiser's own business. : , . .. . -. . LGk Adteetuemekts. Twenty five cents per lint Culi CntiuM'.. '..I a . uwu, m.ua six ana one ioartn cents for each subsequent insertion. STSubtcription to the Polynesia is payable in variably u oa amce. transient adtisewnU will li inserted, unless HOUSESLAND, &c. t r REAL ESTATE X...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 February 1852

4. 4 166 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1852. Missioxart IxnctNCE. It will be seen from oar last issue, that the American Missionaries, in cluding all who have been sent oat by the AB. C F. M., hive exerted, during the past 32 years, an important agency at the Islands, in all its affairs, religious moral and political. How could it be otherwise ? v Here is a little" group of islands, containing scarcely 120,000 inhabitants, sunk in the grossest barbarism, without. written laws, and with scarce 1t the rudest ideas of civil polity. - And here are 69 weir educated men, besides a greater number of educated females, who have all during the past 32 years, been sent to the islands, and sustained in their work, at an expense of some 800,000, for -the express purpose of "showing the islanders the way of happiness and dignity, of glory and honor and immortality, of covering the islands with schools' and churches; of raising np the whole people to an elevated state of christian civiliz...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 February 1852

to 1,V . ,1. that I most confess I wu prepared to find gygif other person I passed mere or less' Buffering tram its enacts. , J. nis was not ine case, cut wnetb ja consequence of Cologne water being scarce a not, I cannot say, for I only saw one foreigner tod two natives drunk. 'It' certainly .'was not for fa want of Beer bnope (by the by. Ihtre are cnly figllee) or corked op bottles, as it did not rrqoire ,0 extra double banked-np Microscope engine" to .east one to; perceive them as you walked along-'' -' . '", The foreign residents at Lahaina are a peacea ble, but as I observed before, a wide awake sort of -ople. They have had but little to complain ' of forsoaw ume, ut inej caa oear u no longer. They ' - ' . . jMj tpuc mot, tot apead loo mack, thU b their tare, Tkty ly apart M apena, ul ealy apead to apara. ma they do not, consequently, like to see a Postmaster get a salary on uo other account than to aisoblige them. As I am 'not ' aware who the postmaster is, I will state their,...

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