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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 July 1852

VHP. POT VNESlANv SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1852. 40 POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. Plain aniaactifijjk aU Job Printing. scch as '-' ' " Pamphlets, v Shop Kills, .T Catalogues, . Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Hills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Hlanks, Hill Meads, RlankDeeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Si-cute t wiiii nataess and .lespatctT.on libera I terms b. ?. snow, u t - Importer & Geueral Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. .- OAHU. .... . ' HAWAIIAN iMiAnia Bills of Exchange oa foreign countries wanted. - Aur- 27.16tf ROBERT C. JANION. illcrrCjmt & oni:mssicn gcnr, HONOLULU. OaHU, H I- ' - O. ?. SAKSIUG CO,--. DC ALE ICS IN C"INA GOODS, 110XOLULU,QAUU,U.I. AHCHE'.V 7 AHPONC 0., hdad and for sale, Sugar, Molasses, Teaand CoiTee A. P. EVERETT, IZrnrral Commission illcrtgant, HONOLULU. OAHU, H. I. ; ry Money advanced on favoraMe terms for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France. ma iirr, avtxiox. & co. James Makee. Julius A. Antiion- HONOLULU, OAHU, S....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 July 1852

9. HONOLULU 3 SATURDAY, JULY . ? 2 4 , 1852. No. 11 Si oo 25 50 121- 00 00 l)c Polnncston, Is published weeklj at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is EDWIN O.HALL, EDITOR. , TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, $6 00 One copy six months, in advance, 3 50 Single copies, 121-2 Rates of Advertising. One square, ( 1 6 lines) first insertion, lue square ( lines j eacn conunuance, Half sqnare (8 lines or less) flm insertion., Half square (8 lines or less) each continua., Cards, Notices, &c, not exceeding one half square, by the year. Cards, Notices.etc, not exceedinjce sq.. l early advertising not exceeding Out? half column, - - . . 30 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one col.. 60 00 C7" 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. gS'ihscriptioHto the Polynesian is payable invarially in advance. CAu transient advertisement's will be insert...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 July 1852

42 expended for any purpose whatever, other han those therein specified ; provided how ever, that in "case any particular public im provement for which special appropriation has been made in this Act, shall not require the whole amount of such appropriation, it shall be lawful for the Minister of the Interi- or, 'at his discretion) alter the said work has .been completed, to cause the surplus to be expended on the same Island, on any other improvement that shall require for its com pletion a greater sum than is appropriated to it by tins act. Sec. 3. All surplus of Revenue or money remaining in the Treasury over and above the sum of Three Hundred and Eighty-eight Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-three Dollars and forty-seven cents, by the first section of this act appropriated, on the3Ist day of March, A. D., 1633, shall be car ried to the credit of ihe Revenue of the en suing year ; provided, however, that in the event of War, Invasion or Rebellion, His Majesty's Board of Finance ma...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 July 1852

V unth Saturday th r om DT Arxnivi arr nf ttath, Jfe keDt as a pce-Admiral Thomo?W -&. t noon, on 0Uday. A 7J , ""Ml wlnrh. and on all wvai Msli.- ' - my. t from aJl the F- FIa is to be hoisted Ha "" Vessels, tK from 01 sunrise a Kin? and Queen mil receive at Their Majesalf-past 7 o'clock, precisely, on the the PaJacenat day, all Ladies and Gentlemen who fSea presented at Court, are expected to at QS, without further notice. Ladies and Gentlemen, not before presented, can attend with those who hare been presented ; with that view they are respectfully requested to brin with them cards countersigned by their respective Consuls, with their names and the names of their countries "plainly written m full that the same may be announced correctly to their Majesties. The Presentation, to their Majesties, of strangers. will take place, at 8 o'clock, precisely The large gate of the Palace will be open to visit ers at 25 minutes past 7 o'clock, on the same evening, A. PAKI. Chamberlain's O...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 July 1852

Ml I if J J i it r BUSINESS CARDS. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. 1 piahianVSf ' ' 8CCH AS - ; . -. Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, -' Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Handbill!,' Consnlar Blanks, - Bill Heads, . Blank Deeds, - VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Execute J with neatness and despatch, on liberalterms - B. P. SHOW, Importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Etchango on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.1Ctf BOB CRT C. JANION. ftlcrcfiant & Commission agent, HONOLULU, 0nC, If. I.. . '- O. P. SAIVISING & CO, DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, HONOLULU, OAIIU, II. I. AHCHEW. AHPOXG. Oo hand Aud (ot sale, Sugar, Molasses, Te "d Coflee A. P. EVERETT, (Sciicrai Gommi'soi'oii JHtrcfjaHt, HONOLULU, OA 11 U, 11. 1 Money advanced on favorable terms for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France. ' 31 A KE E,I A.YTIIO.V. CO. James Makek. Jplics A. Jxthon HONOLULU. OAHU, S. I. Importers V Wholesale Wealcrs i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 July 1852

if f! -f. ;' - V- ( QVol. 9.1 . HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1852.- .' " y0, 2" Ijc IJolgncaiau, Is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahn, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O.HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, 6 00 One copy six montbs.in advance, 3 50 Single copies, 121 Hates of Advertising. One 6quare,( 16 lines) first insertion, Si 00 One square (16 lines ) each continuance, 25 Flalf square ( 8 lines or less ) first insertion., 50 Half square (8 lines or less) each continua., 12 1 Cards, Notices, &c, not exceeding one half square, by the year, - - . 5 00 Cards, Notices, etc, not exceeding one sq., 6 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one half column, - - - 30 00 Yearly advertisins not exceeding one col., 60 00 D" Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's own business. Legal Advertise ex ts. Twenty five cents per line for the firstinsertion, and six and one fourth cents for each subsequent insertion. USabscrtptionto the Polynesian is patable invariably in advance. UXo tra...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 July 1852

ALL - - J I THE POLYNESIAN, SATUKDAY. JULY 3 1 1852. n v ri Hi 1 A nurT H i, Ki Y .IV h S i IV ' ; SATURDAY, JULY 31. 1S52. ; The Fcva, Blsi.vi.ss, &c. We hoped to have been able to notice in this is3ao cf onr paper soaia abatement of the epidemic, which his pre- . vailed here (or thj past few weeks; but in3tead ofj - decreasing, it has continued to increase till" very few are left who hive not besn attacked by it, slid -." a majority of tb2 native and foreign population in . and about the city, are now suffering more or less from it, though Ve are hippy to observe many are fast recovering. Yerv little else has been done , FOREIGN. , ; ,. . 7 By the arrival of the Hawaiian schooner Curlew, from San Francisco, via Labainn, we have dates , V ; SUMMARY. ; , : y CoL Fremont has got into trouble in London, having, been arrested for non-payment of sundry I. a(" 1 -A.a A i from that city to Jr-ly lth. The U. S. mail steamer j bonus execuieci in v.auionua m l saia u umouni from Panama h...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 July 1852

-'-v--- THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 185a. 47 prove of great weight in establishing a line by this route with that regard to the safety of the public which they have a right to expect, and likewise to the transmission of the mails wuh the proper re crulanty. . The" distance by this line is calculated to be H'iSS miles, and the number of days allowed to perform it is 75. . The 2nd proposal to be considered, is, that by the Red sea, and to the westward of Australia. To this plan all objections, with respect to diji culliet of Divination, vanish immediately, and a stranger, regarding a map of the globe, would per haps be induced to decide upon tins route, as offer ing the roost secure andjeasy mode of conveyance. I presume the necessary delays by this line, would be, 1st, from Suez to Aden, 2nd)y, Aden to Point de Galle, (Ceylon.) 3rdly, Point de Galle to Swan River, (N. S. V.) 4thly, Swan River to King George's Sound, (X. S. V.) 5thly, Kin? George's Sound, to Adelaide, (N. S. W....

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

UJ1 48 POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. Plain cmlr iancs Book anb lob printing. SCCH AS Pamphlet?, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, Shop Bills, Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, VISITING. BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch, on liberalterms n. p. sirow. Importer & Geueral Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Auj.27.16tf ROBERT C.JANION. - iilcrrQaut & (Sommtsston ftgent, HONOLULU, OKUV, H. I.. - C. P. SAMSIWG & CO, - DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, UOXOLULU,OAllU,U. I. AHCHEW. AHPONG. On hand and for sale, Sagar, Molasses, Tea and Coffee A. P. EVERETT, CTfiur.il (Commission fttrrcljant, HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. CS Money advanced on favorable terms for Bills of Exchange on the United Slates, England and France. 3IAK.EE, AXTIIOX. & CO. James Make e. Jutus A. Anthos . - HONOLULU. OAHU, S. I. Importers & Wholesale Dealers in Ocneral Merchandise. 34-...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 August 1852

( j i.eJ 3 tied o. 3 sis e iea: u4 VJ.J For a 1 , ' I ". XI I- Vol. 9, hs published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O.HALL, EDITOR. TEEMS. One copy perannum, in advance, $6 00 One copy six months, in advance, 3 50 Single copies, , 121-2 Rates of Advertising. hne square,(16 lines) first insertion. k)ne square (16 lines) each continuance. ffalf square (8 lines or less) first insertion., lalf square (8 lines or less) each continua., Cards, Notices. &C-, not exceeding one half square, by the year. rds, Notices, etc., not exceeding one sa.. - i -. i . , , , j. exrir wiTcruaiug uui execeaing one nan column. - . . . . 30 00 early advertising not exceeding one col., 60 00 Yearly ad vertisine limited to the advertiser'! own business. Legal Advkrtisemests. Twenty five cents ner line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents far each subsequent insertion. ZSttbscriplionto the Polynesian is payable invariably HONOLULU, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 18527 $1 00 25 . 50 121-2 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 August 1852

50 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1352. Co J lies. The British bark Thetis, Capt. Cass, -arrived, on the 3 1st nit-' with the 2d cargo of Coolies, contracted for by planters and others at the islands as laborers. While much trouble has been experienced on board other ships, particularly in the Robert Bawne, an account of which we recently published, Capt. Cass has again brought his passengers to this port without a particle of trouble, and has landed them in health and in good spirits. He lost but two, out of about 100 taken on board, by sickness, and by his-judicious management has proved himself well adapted 1o the business in ' which he is engaged. From the short experience of those who have hid most to do with this sort of laborers, they have proved themsjves a class highly desirable at the present time at the isfands. The demand for them is an indication of this fact, that cannot be misun - derstood ; and while a cargo brought on specnla . tion would doubtless prove a fail...

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

1: THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1852. 5i 1 Speed and Passages op the Collins and Cuxard Steax Ships. The following is s correct list of the shortest runs on record between Liverpool and New Vnrt : . - - '"j . .. - days. nrs. in. 17 10 19 10 ' 19 15 21 0 22 30 10 3 0 Greatest ds. run. 347 m 335 3-4" 333 " 336 ,331 " 323 323 " Arctic (Am) 9 Baltic " Pacific " Pacific " Pacific " 9 9 9 9 10 Asia (Br) Africa 10 The Pacific has ruj 667 miles iu 4S hours which has never been equalled but by the Georgia, which has run 930 miles in 60 hours. Sambo, why am de pen dat Gea. Scott writes wid like a riber in Main ? Well Ginger, I drops de sab jick.' Well, den, I told you why it am. Because it am de Pen-ob-Scott, (Penobscot.') 'Catch me by de har, Ginger, I'm gwine to drop. The raining industry of Chili is in a high state of development. The yield of silver for 1852 is estima ted at a sum equal to 2,400,000 sterling. The Largest Clipper in the World. Mr. Mc Kav has now on the stocks at Eas...

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

i2 POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. p.a'm ant jSncn Book auo Job printing. . SCCH AS Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, Shop Bills, Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, Dill Heads, VISITING. BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neitness and despatch, on liberaltenns B. P. SHOW, - . imMrterA General Commission aiercnnnu HONOLULU. I V AHU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. . Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf : iHcrcljant Commission . 9cnt '. HONOLULU. OAHP.H. - - - - - O. P. sAiasxwo & CO, DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, . HONOLULU, OAHU, U. I. AHCHCW. AHPOITO. Oa hind and for sale, Sugar, Molasses, Tea and Coffee A. P. SVERETT, (Kcncral ommfejjion ittcrtljant, HONOLULU, OA HU, U.I. rV Money advanced on favorable terms far Bills ol Exchange on the Uuited States, England and France. MAKEE, ANTIIOff. dfc CO. James Makee. Julius A.Jsthon HONOLULU, OAHU, S. I. -Importers & Wholesale. Dealers in General JtCrchaindise. 34-tl J. Q. SPALDING. Shi...

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

K b t I V! '- Vol. 9. l)c $)olgttC0t(m, Is published weekly at Honolulu, Oaho. Hawaiian Is ED WIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copj perannura. in advance, One copy six montbs,in advance, Single copies, Rales of Advertising. One squire, (16 lines) first insertion. $6 oo o 50 12 1-2 SI 00 25 One squire (lb lines) each continuance, Half square ( 3 lines or less) first insertion., Hilf squ ire (8 Hues or less) each continua., Cards, Notices. &c, not exceeding one half squ ire, by the year. 'Card, Notices, etc , not exceeding one sq.. 50 121- 5 00 8 00 1 early advertising not exceeding one half column, - - . 30 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one col 60 00 Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's own business. uton advertisements. I wentv live cents per line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents tor each subsequent insertion. Subscript ion to the Polynesian is Datable invariably - j. K7-.V. transient advertisements will he inserted .unless prepaid, . ' J3n Ui...

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

V ( i'i I M 3. 54 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1852. zi--Jp: THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAYAUGUST 14, 1852. home ta see places spring up like magic; and ' here is to be the greatest place of trade East of the cape of Good Hope,for surpassing' Canton or Calcut ta. In saying this we have only to sum np the advan tages that Shanghae possesses which are so apparent . as to emble the non residents to come to the same - conclusion- In the first place foreigners are not . restricted, to any extent, but can ramble wherever - they choose in any direction ; the natives are ' friendly and harmless, and these advantages alone are sufficient to cause a much larger population than at Canton, where the foreigners are confined - 10 a biricuy f"-"" " " l tc5"da"V"v L,n(i t0 have become stagnant, from nanition f :V11 V. O ,v-v V M va positive hatred. At Canton, for nearly three-fourths of the year, the neat is very powerful, and the cooi season is so very limited that the human system has not a cha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 August 1852

nininff witnin jvujmir iuue, uue me . vauinei Minister is still at the Provincial City of Kwang Si, ill ill . m . - information ixorn wnicn peopie wm araw lnicr races according to tneir preconceived notions. Female Physicians. Sharps (London) Magazine, v.rrh last, in a Ions article in reference to the move ment, in the United States, for the medical education cf woman says ; It is unquestionable that in that great country, end among a great people, reforms are in progress which, while they startle us by their magnitude, gtrika at the root of many social evils, and lay the foundations of improvements, of which the universe will reap the oenents nereaiter. r Ensrland, less than any country in the world. have women been counselled upon cases in which women must nave the surest ana easiest facilities or acquiring knowledge. It is not only hard, it is, generally a thankless task to encounter prejudice ; and it is a true saying, that custom is second nature. ut our age has been fertile in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 August 1852

u 4t 7 6- fRv J 56 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1852. jnjmEscAjiDs POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE."" jlain an -fanrn 33aok ani Job Printing - ' 8CCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, - Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Handbills, Consnlar Bla'nks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, VISITING. BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Cxecated with neatness and despatch, on liberalierms B. P. SHOW. Importer k General Commission Ulerchant. HONOLULU. . ., OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aujr.27.l6tf ' - ROBERT C. JANION. fllcrcfjiut Olommissioii flgent, HONOLULU, OAHU, 11. I.. - O. P. SAMSIMG & CO, DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, UO.OLULU,OAUU,H. I. AHCHEW. AHPOSO. Oil hand and for sale, Sugar, Molasees.Teaanri Cnflee A. P. T! XT T T f! T T (General (Commission iUcfdjant, HONOLULU. OAHU. H. I. ' Mauey advanced on lavorahle terms for Bills of xchanre on the United States, Eugland and France MAIS.EE, AXTIIOIY. & CO. James Makeu. Junes A. Jstiion HONOLULU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 August 1852

V Vol. 9, l)c polflracsmn. Is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy perannnm.ia adrance, $6 00 One copy six months, in adrance, 3 SO Single copies, J21-2 - Rates of Advertising. OnesqnaTe'(l6lincs) first insertion. $100 One square Jtfi lines) each continuance, 25 Half siare( lines or less) first insertion., 50 Half s u ire ( 3 lines or lcss ) ech coatinua., ' 121-2 Crli, Notices. &c, not exceeding one half square, by the year. - - 5 00 Card; Notices,etc, not exceeding one sq.," 8 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one half column, - - ' - - ' , 30 00 Tearl v a IrertUing not exceeding one col., 60 00 Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's 0wa business. Legal Advertisements. Twenty fire cents per line for the firt insertion, and six and one fourth cents fjr each subsequent insertion. SubscrifAlonlo the Polynesian is payable invariably in advance. -V transient advertisements will be inserted , unless CONGRESSIONAL HABITS THE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 August 1852

lions?" Especially let us determine that that' bread,' which, gentlemen, we have from high authority, ' is the staff of life, and in . which js contained the quintessence of beef, tnirtton, veal, venison, porridge, plum-pud-ding and custard and through which is dif fused a wholesome and fermented liquor;" I repeat let us determine that nothing on our part shall be wanting to make bread abun dant among all classes, not only of the for eign residents but of the native Hawaiians. I am of the opinion that the free use of bread would give stamina and character to the people. - Quite a number at Makawao and Knla have engaged wheat for sowing, and they seem determined to re-engage in its cultivation, not only for traffic, but for their own use. My people nave lately lornica an Agricultural Socictv. and as the rage for c t.' speculation seems to have spent itself, J may .'' be able by another year to communicate on their behalf something of importance. Some of them may possibly compete with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 August 1852

- ferrcd. His Majesty and court were most unwilling to leave the attractions or iaaaina for the dust and heat of Honolulu, and it was only the necessity that was represented to him, that made him change his residence, and to judge from the manner in which t.p u0w remembers and speaks of the "sweet water,' u pleasant shade," cool breezes " of Lahaina, he m ould be glad to be back again. And u 'tis fact" no less strange than true, four out of five of strangers who arrive here first, stay a week or two, and men uonoimu, give jjantuua inc ueciu- ej preference as a place or residence, aua, as is imon, 'c 8004 ytt many f tDe recruits to furnish the ships touching at your port we hope they will be mindfull of their interests, ana -can wticre tnev can be as well supplied for less monev. Your's MAUI. POSTSCRIPT. Laic from tlie U. Stales !! By the bark Galnare, CapL Lucas, which arriv i last evening, we have received California pa ners of July 29 and 30th, containing & summary of ,,ers re...

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