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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 May 1852

1UL r ;. V-, -vS--j V i. t . V TV. . I v - I ... I 4 t 5 is-- h f: ---' y m T' - ' r "V- 208 POLYNESIAN PRINTINCOPlP'ICE. .plain anft Janrn Book anS Job printing ... - ' r ICCH'AS Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogue, Kills of Exchange, Circulars, . Bills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Blanks, . Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, TISiTtNG, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Extcated with neatness and despatch, on liberal terms " B. F. SHOW, Importer A General Commission Merchant, HONOLULU. OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf PORTfift &. OGDEiV, Importers and Commission Merchants ly-34 HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. A. P. EVERETT, (SrcnctNil Commission fttcrcljant, HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. lr Money advanced on favorable terms for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France. It. COATDV, Rhip Giiandler& Commission Merchant. HONOLULU, OAHU. H7S!iipf supplied with refrpsfcmenu, provisions, Jce, at be shortest notice, on reasonable terras N. It. Wanted...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 May 1852

j " - . . v - - - 3' of I vol. a. qTIjc Polnucsionj published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR TERMS. Oae copy per annum, in adrance, One copy six moaths,ia advance, Single copies, " R ites of Advertising. $600 a so 121- t'je jqmre.(l6 lines) first insertion. SI 00 25 I'M squire (lb lines) eacn continuance, p jf square (3 line or les) first insertion., SO 121- !i!f squire ( lines or iesj eacn comma., rJi. Notices. &c, not exceeding one half square, by the year. Varices, etc . not exceeding- one so.. 5 00 8 00 30 00 L 1 , " t r - 1 ' . . - 1 f Veirlv advertising not excceuing one nan mlumn. - - k' at rrtlinrr nnt vriAtincr fm mt I , cai 1 " H . -"n- - - 1 6 0 00 Lea business. Lkgal Advertisements. I wenty nve cents per m for the firt insertion, and six and one fourth cents j.'Mch subsequent i inert ion. -j$i'scripliQto the Polynesian is payable inrariaUif i adtnnce. TXtt transient advertisements will be inserted, unless HOTELS &.c. ( 0.niIKR( IAL HO...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 May 1852

C THE POLYNESIAN. J . SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1852. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AM. B. C. F. M The A. B. C. F.'M. held its annual meeting at Portland, Maine, in Sept. last, the Report of which has just reached lis. The financial condition of the Society is repre sented as follows ; Entire receipts for the year ending Jaly 31st, 1851, were, $274,002,21 Expenditure, sirae period, 284,830,56 Balance of debt, Aug. 1. 1850, 35,071,05 do. do. Aug. 1. 1851, 43,999,61 There are many mock philanthropists who most ardently deprecate the expenditure of such a large sum for the purposes to which it is devoted by the American Board. But we are of opinion that they do so under a mistaken view of the case. They contribute nothing themselves, to the object, and at the same time manifest their displeasure with those who So, by every means in their power. They ridicule the object, deny the benefits confer red, and some even go 60 far as to slander the agents employed, and represent them as hypocrites and knaves,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 May 1852

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. MA Y 3 The bill to prevent the appointment of District and Circuit Judges who do not understand the Ha waiian language was read a third time and passed. The bill amending the law against extortion was read a second time, and discussed in com. ol the whole. Some discussion was had, in which it appeared that the existing law against extortion, covered all the ground of the proposed bill. Mr. Funk advocated the bill, and explained the manner in which it was intended to apply. The bill was laid on the table and the committee rose. A second reading was had of the bill reducing the animal tax. Discussed in committee of the whole. Mr. Funk moved to postpone indefinitely The govt, had not a dollar surplus revenue, and it was decidedly unwise to cut on any of the sources of revenue. Messrs. Ukeke and Richardson seconded the motion to postpone. The people were not oppress ed by these taxes but by the konohiki tax. Mr. Kamakau advocated the passage of the bill. Mr. Ka...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 May 1852

I i i BUflNESS CAllDS: V JIKSIAM 1MUSTING OFl'lCE. SCCH AS Shop Bills, Bills ol Kichange, Pamphlets, Catalogues Circalars, Handbills, . Bills of LadiDS, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, Bill Heads .c.Tivn BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS . -i . an, lsna ich.on liUralterrm. tlfCUle I Wim nci" imnortp.r A General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU. IIAWAUANlsLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. - AaS. 27.16lf Importers and CommHsj!mrTCHa?ts Yy"34 ncgoLULu oAnu. h. i. A. p. EVSaBTx, (Stncrai commission Ittcntjant, UU HONOLULU, OAHU, rt.L ifi. '.4vlucd n wvoratde terms far Bills of a?!d. J'dUtes. England and France. It. COADY, Hhin Chandler & Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU. E7-S!iipa?pIieJ with ref e.ui.ieiiu.rrouiiuu,Ac,at he hiriet nutice, on reatonahle itsr.ua - -,r N. li. Wauie.i, wiuler.- Inlla m the U 8 or Europe, rr wlnca money wilH l.icea au favoral.lit term. dfC I-y3 It OB CUT C. JANION. fllercGiut & tEoaimissioii agent, iio.volulu, oviru, 11. i.. 3IAUEE, A...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 May 1852

S """" . ti Vol. 9. HONOLULU, S A T U K 1) A Y, MAY 22, 1852. No. 2 (Ll)c Polmic0tou, published weekly at Honolulu, Oahn, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR ' TERMS. One copy perannum, in advance, One copy six months, ia advance, Single copies, Xlates of Advertising. 600 3 50 121-2 1 00 25 50 121-2 5 00. 8 00 ne square, (16 lines) first insertion. ie square (16 lines; eacu cuuuiiuiuw, .if o ... ir 4 lines or lessl first insertion- ..r-. lini-i or less) each continua.. .an r" ' ,. . ,r ' ArJs, Notices. &c, not exceeding one halt square, by the year. - - ards, Noties,etc-, not exceeding one sq., ..rli- ailvertisiuff not execcdinz one half column, - - . - - 30 00 earlr advertising not exceeding one col., 63 00 r?" Vearlr advertising limited to the advertiser's urn hasiness. Legal Advebtisemests. Twenty live cents peri ie for the tirt insertion, and sQnd one fourth cents ,r each subsequent insertion. -'T'Sibsciiptionto the Polynesian is payable invariably i adcance. ZXu transient ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 May 1852

r-. 6 h uld h jeer prices -rule, it is not likely that any J laterial increase can take place for many years, . . or until free labor be introduced. That in Java there might be some increase, should prices rule at about 30 fs. Der nicul. but many years would be required to raise the production to what it formerly was, as it requires 6 to 8 years to get a new estate into pood beannr. That the producers of articles of necessity are entitled to a fair remuneration for their labor, when not more than equal to the demand, cannot be de nied. " ... That the present ruling prices both in the Unit ed States and in Europe, are not equal to the cost of Droduction and incidental charges. That the production not being equal to the con- sumption, prices should rise, so as to equalize them and to encourage an increase of production to sup ply the regular increase of consumption of so favo- rue ana necessary an arucie The consumption of coffee in the United States is now so very large and increasin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 May 1852

to declare bankrupt. Another objection was that it rncouraced prostitution, among the women. Mr. Robertson liked the intention of the bill, but thought that if this tax was taken off we must put a higher tax on men to maxe up we aeuuency. Mr. Funk proposed as an amendment, that wid ows, married women and girls in employment should be freed from taxation, and ail other women be tax d 2.00 each. - - , The amendment was lost and the bill passed to a third rcadinz when the committee rose. The Honolulu harbor bill was read a second time and referred to a select com. to fill up the blanks The bill making Kapueokahi a port of entry was read a third time and passed. Mr. Funk's road tax bill was then taken up in com. of the wnoie. , Mr. Wakemaa moved to postpone indefinitely. Mr. Funk explained. It abolished all labor days, but substituted instead, a tax in money in proportion to the poll tax upon all persons throughout the king dom. Mr. Kaumaea thought the amount to be raised by the propose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 May 1852

8 POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. piaiu a:i ius Soak an Job printing acca as Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, .Handbills, Shop Dills, Jlills of Exchae, liills of Lading, Consular Blauks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Exscutei with neatness and despatch, on liberaltermi B. F. SHOW, Importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. " " OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf . " .... nmn mm e. nfni.1' Imnorters and Commission Merchants ly-34 TTnvnT.TTr.r. OAITU. II. I. A. P. ii V iiUii 1 A , eiicril commission ittcctljant HONOLULU. OAHU. M.l xt . i... .r i.voralile terms lor Dills HO.ULLLU,UAni,u. f iy- Maaey advanced off tavorai'le terms Exchange on the Uuiled States, England a for Bills of nil France t? nunv. Ship Chandler k Commission Merchant. HONOLULU, OAIIU. C73:iipaiplieJ wiln refre.iiiiieul,jrovisiuaii, fcc, at lie liiiriexl auiice. oii rewouahie teru. N. ii. Wanted, wiile.V bili m the U S or Earope, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 May 1852

Vol. 9. 1 )c Polynesian, Is published weeklj at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is JSDWIN O.HALL, EDITOR TERMS. " Dne copy perannum. in ad ranee, One copy sis montbs.ia adrance, Single copies, $600 3 SO 121- . . Rates of Advertising. " 'One square, (16 lines) first insertion, ' SI 00 ' One square (16 lines) each continuance, ' 25 Half square (8 lines or less) first insertion 50 Half square (8 lines or less) each continua., 12 1-2 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, - - - SO 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one col., 60 00 ZT" Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's 'own business. Legal Advertisements. Twenty five cents per line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents for each subsequent insertion. Subscription to the Polynesian is payable invariably in advance. UNo transient advertisements will be inserted, unless prepaid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 May 1852

s 10 nance since the year 1846, reported a lengthy state mnt of the result of their investigation. , Mr. Marshall stated that owing. to pressing en gagements he had been unable to assist in the labors of the committee, bat from the known repu tation of the chairman as an accountant he did not doubt the correctness of the calculations. Ordered to be translated and , made the order of the day for Thursday. - ' ' Mr. Marshall introduced his bill to regulate the Registry of Conveyances. Ordered to be read a second time on 1 hursaay. Also a bill relating to dower. Ordered as above. ' The orders of the day were then taken up : The Bill for the Relief of Physicians was reid a second time and discussed in committee of the whole. On motion, the discussion was postponed until Monday, to enable Mr. Funk to bring in another bill on a similar subject The Bill to construct a road from Kona to Kau was read a second time and discussed in commit- tse of the whole. - Mr. Ukeke inquired of members fro...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 May 1852

Vpninp. the woduce or manufacture of the United (states, shall be admitted into this Kingdom free of all duty ; prorided the Government of the United States will admit the Sugar, Syrup of Sugar, Molas anil Pnffipe. the nrodnce of the Hawaiian Islands. into all the Forts of the United States on the same terms. Sec. 2. The evidence that Articles proposed to be admitted into the ports of this Kingdom, under the preceding section, are the produce or manufacture of the United States, shall be a certificate to that effect frftn the Hawaiian Consul of the Port from which such articles are imported, or in case there shall be no such consul resident in such Port, a cer tificate to that effect from the Collector of the Port. Sec. 3. This Act shall take effect on the day it is concurred in by toe Uovemment of the ' United States, and continue in force until annulled by the uovernment oi tne Hawaiian islands, or of the Unit ed States ; provided always that previous to any such annullment, the G...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 May 1852

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. MAY 29, 1852. X4 - - . . , T I i VI. Vi Hi BUSINESS CARDS5. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. Plain dirt iiniC printina, '.'ICCU AS Pamphlets, , Shop 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 liberalternu b. r. snow, Importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. . Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.l6tf - Importers and Commission Merchants. ly-34 IIUUJO i-iU, v-t " h -r TitrrTiTTTT. CJtiural (Comnu'sflioH fUirctjant, ' rT Money advanced on favorable terms far Bills of Exchange on the U oiiea otatea, Myw II . COADV. Ship Chandler & Commission (Merchant. ,".. HONOLULU, OAHU. - G73Uipi (applied with refreshments, provisions, itc, at he shone! notice, on reaaonahle leruis - , N. It. Wanted, wh-der.' bills on tlieU 8 or Europe, for whicii money will be ad...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 June 1852

'V - ,0: V t Vol. 9. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1852. No. 4 41 v t s-.t , I published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O.HALL, EDITOR TERMS.. One coprperannum.in advance, One copy six montbs.in advance, Single copies, Rates of Advertising. $600 a so 12 1-: kin tnHtre. (16 lines! first insertion. SI 00 , 25 50 r' -i . .. . " Due square (16 lines J eacn continuance, u .if annum (ft line or less) first insertion.. Maif nn iri S lines or less) each continna.. 12 1-: 5 00 8 00 Cards, Notices. &c not exceeding one half square, by the year. -Cards, Notices,etc., not exceeding one sq.. Yearly advertising not exceeding onenaii rolnmn. - - 30 00 1'earlv advertising not exceeding one col., 60 00 r" Yearly advertising limited o the advertisers own business. Legal Advertisements. Twenty nvecenu per line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents for each subsequent insertion. KStbscrtpUon to tne roijnesian iikjjuixc m advance. .... . ... tryXu transient advertisements...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 June 1852

JU 3 " J'-: UK li 14 roguing of Parliament. In his opinion the "minis ter has no right to Tefuse the drafts of com. on act's nor to deduct from members pay in order to correct his own error. The Minister had been in formed that thexom. would draw on him for the expenses of the.House, clerks, &c, as well as members--he had honored their drafts until trou blesome questions were asked him ; it looked like trying to coerce the house xor mm now to reiuse. Had heard of a 6ecret meeting last' night some mifht sav it was for the purpose of tampering with the necessities of members ; this resolution might have been got up at that meeting j had formerly a better oDinion of the member from Hilo than to suppose he would lend himself to so palpable snare, could think of no more fitting reward for his honorable, independent and right-minded course than an appointment to supersede, on his return to Hilo. the Goddess Pele. as overseer of the lower rerions of Hawaii. Ended bv seconding Mr. Vakem...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 June 1852

- : r :v The benefit of our reservoirs has been practically demonstrated by this, the first fire, since one was completed and filled. We hope no time will be lost in filling the others as soon as possible ; they may be needed at any moment. Bn uiljoritiK Translation c . rv.i;nr m-Kplf able to resume mv duties. v:.u - :tnt staff- nf sickness nrevented me tram wiutu m- (discharging during the last few months, I have the honor to inform rou mat irom me present date, i nn airan tris. filTirtinnS. ff The Consular A frpnrV Lf the French Republic, which has been confided to me, by Mr. Jernn, ana you win recognize oniy such' acts of the French Consulate as shall be done bv me. . Baron de Thierry continues to do tne ousi ' . f Prmnanniil rftflnrolW nf the Consulate. All of ttip trnvprampnt are to be address- Fto me as they had been previous to my malady. 1 him th honor. air. to assure your Excellency jof my distinguished consideration, &c., &c To His Excellcncv, R. C. Wixlie, . TT .!...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 June 1852

16 JHJS S JRDS . ' POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. JJldinan&iixncn I3jokoWJob printing SCCH AS , Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, Bill Heads, Shop Dills, Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, -Consular Blanks, -Blank Deeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch,B liberalterms Importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Ann. 27.16tf V L Imp orters and Commission Jlerchants. lv-34 HONOLULU, ujviiu, ia. a. a t rtrHRETT. (Gtntval (Commission fttcrcljant IIONOLULU.OAHU.H.I. 3rr Money advanced on tavorable terms far Bills Exchange on the United States, England and France of R. COADY. Shin Chandler & Commission Merchant. HONOLULU, OAHU. O-SUipa supplied with relreshinenli, provision, &c, at he hnrtevt notice, on reasonable leruis N. B. Wanted, whaler.' bills on tlieU 8 or Europe, for which money will be dtuced on faviirabl term, dec il-32 ROBERT C. JANION. fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 June 1852

Vol. 9.1 HONOLULU , SATURDAY, JUNE 1 2,1852. No. 5 sbyl Is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O.HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per annnm.in advance, Onecopy'sixmontbs.in advance, Single copies, , Bate of Advertising. )ne sauare, ( 1 6 lines ) first insertion. $6 00 3 50 121-2 SI 00 .25 One square (16 lines) each continuance, Half square (a lines or lessj nrst insertion., 50 Half square (8 lines or less) eacn continua., Cards, Notices. &cn not exceeding one half 121-2 square, by the year. - 5 00 8 00 300 60 00 Cards, Notices, etc., not exceeding one sq., Yearly advertising cot exceeding one half column, - . ' - - Yearly advertisine not exceeding one coL, rr7- Yearly advertising limited to tne advertisers own business. -Lrgil Advertisements. -Twentv five cents per line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents for each subsequent insertion. E3Sabscrtptionlo the Polynesian is patable tnvanaoiy tn advance. .. D3JV transient advertisements will be inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 June 1852

18 to grant you the land in Kaniananui, according to the law you specify; but to sell the part that is un incumbered to you, at 25c. per acre, and the place will then belong to you. ' -" : 1 ; Th minister of the interior will carry theTesolu- tions into effect. It will be proper, however, that you make known to him, the names two or three perhaps, to be inserted in the Deed, and they can hold the land lor the pnesi. v iui saiuiauuu, (Signed.) R. ARMSTRONG, Land Office, Sept 30, 1851. Rotr J. S. Emerson. Waialua. ; Sir, By order of His Highness, the Minister "of the Interior, I enclose an application from a number of Roman Catholics for land in Waialua, upon which the Privy Council passed the following resolution, viz. : . ' . "That the Minister of the Interior be, and is . t,oroi,iT ..ithrtri-rAfLfrt frrant to certain catholics re- sidin in Waialua, Island of Oahu, any portion ot the land tbey apply for in tlieir letter to the Ann. of Public Instruction of June 21,1851, that may be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 June 1852

V. had been received by the com. from the other Ilonse in a spirit of conciliation which evinced a fosir to secure a ' contitntion this year which should, as near as possible meet the wants of all, King-, chief s, and people. , . Ordered for com. of the whole to-morrow. ' The orders of the day were then taken up. The Bill relating to rewards of Sheriffs and con stables : read a third time and passed. The bill respecting Circuit Judges, was referred to the com. on the Judiciary. The bill to prevent the imprisonment of preg nant women was read a second time; ordered to be engrossed and read a third tune on Saturday. The Bill amending the law respecting Awa ; read a second time and taken up in com. of the whole. Messsrs. Ukeke, Honokaupu, and Richardson, oDDosed the bill. Awa was an abundant source of evil. They did not wish to see any of the re strictions taken on. Mr. Wakeman defended the bill. The inten tion was not to increase the usqif awa here, but to make it a source of wealtn D...

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