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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 January 1853

M j ; -r f- . Vol,' 9.j i)t fJolpcsian, published weekly at Honolulu, O&hii, Hawaiian Is, EDWIN O HALL, EDITOR. .TERMS. One copy personam, in advance, $6 00 One copy six montbs,ia advance, a 3 50 Single copies, 121 Rates of Advertising. )ae square, (16 lines) first insertion, SI 00 5 it square i lines; eacn continuance, - x ilf square (8 lines or less) fir3t insertion., " 50 lilf siiaare is lines or lessi eacn continua., 12 1- 'inli, Notices, o, not exceeding one Halt sqnare, by the year. . 5 00 iris, Xotices.etc, not exceeding one sq., ' 8 00 esrir advertising not exceeding one half colamn, - ..... 30 00 irlr advertising not exceeding one col.. 60 00 rr Yearly adrertisins limited to the advertiser1: m business. ' ' Legal Aoveetiseh kxts. Twenty fire cents per tie for the first insertion, ana six and one fourth cents ir each subsequent insertion. ijoabscrtptiomlothe Folgnesiani payable wvartaUj i advance. ' 17" -Vo transientadeertUementsmll be inserted .unlet epaid. r t TJTENRY ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 January 1853

THE POLYNESIAN. ' Saturday; January is, lssi'-j 4 .. .... Whipping Coolie. ; . - A corresrKindent, signing hinwelf "Chin Chin," "made an inquiry through our columns a couphf of j eclu ago, in regard to the principle of the 11a- 5 waiian statutes upon which they were taken to the Tort and. whipped, or kept upon bread and water for' two, three or fourweeks. I',-, At the moment of receiving siid eommnnication f 'Vj were'just going to preas, and had notime to 'make any inquiries onthe subject; we could only Jve our own explanation, which we did in a few worW We have made'iriquiries however, since . and have been informed that sneh punishment has only been inflicted on conviction for petty larceny '' by the police magistrate, and at hi order in con- ormity with the statute: ; Persons baring coolies ; in their employ nave often applied to have them ; punished, in a more summary, manner, but it has never been done, nor will it he in future. We have been astonished, we -confess, to learn th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 January 1853

X PORT OP HONOLULU. Arrivals. . . V. Hsw sea tie. tasrov, anus mi rran. k Cmubtf. KlarelL. 119 da fat Rwt nlu m n F. Snow ud others. - " f rrurh 'lorrMe BrilLante, Lapelia, 90 ua, 33 day fr.a Callao. . H Am bark Tangier, Sweetser, 171 tit fra N. York, with cargo of coals. . , t . wnainaa. . I . cRaian bh SnocnL flaoaeea, 13 4a fa Sitka 1500 h. -Am sh Warren, Smith, of Tisbory, 17 day fa sea, in amine. ' .. i -m sb Uelen Anrnsta, FaJes, 24 Boa-, fa N.W. Coast J000 b, WOO buBc. , s .. . .. ; -.''' Cleared. L. 31 Br bk Eopbrosree, Barras, Valparaiso k. X. Loadoa. f 3Mn ah Mary Merrill, A'ellum, for Tahiti. r -H bg Baltimore, Patjr, fur Manila. Hiv ot m jrator, i aoor, kit new ixinoon. 0 Mer. bg Huctezama, ruuinaecbe, fur Bativta. . !3Aia sh Emily Taylor, Aiddeli, for New Bedford. " muu citiuo. ' '-" L. 31 Am eli Oroximbo, Johnson, cruise. IAm h Dronin, Btarr, cruise.--.. i -t- t- V I Am an i nt aunr, ctuin 3 Am ah Ohio, Norton, cruise and home.. . 3 Am h Alexander, Ryaa, cruise. " , 3 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 January 1853

v i' I I - 'II . " ' . I - .. - . , HL 1 .2 .' i .... 'i'-'-i- I B US INE SS CARDSr POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE, j Pamphlets, 4Jatalogaets, Circulars, . Handbills, Bill Heads, Shop Bills,' r.Yt Bill of Exchange, i a ' i: Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, ISITING, B'JSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch,onltberalterms ' ' . Importers and Commission 'Merchants. : .;. .;. b. r. show, . lnporter &. General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. " ' '. - . t "...' ; OAHU. . ., .HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. iBihs'of Ejchanje on foreign countries wanted. . .Aug. 27.16tf .... "'" l! ' ROBERT C. JANION. itttvtQinl ' & Commission Stgcnt, . HONOLULU. OAUTJ.II. I., : 1 . r .; C. P. SAIVTSIIJG & CO, , - '"'DEALERS IS CHINA GOODS,' ' ' . JJO.OLULU,OAIIU, H. 1. AHCHEW. ' AKFOXG. Oa hand 4nd for sale, Sugar, Molasses, Tea and CofTe (Senrrar eommfsof on fu'crc&ant, - HONOLULU. OAHU. H. I- - T3T Money advanced on lavorable terms far Bills Exchange on the United Mates,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 January 1853

; . . . j l)c .Polynesian, U published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian L EDWIN O HALL.EPITOR. ,v .,, ; TERMS.- One copy perannum, in advance, ?6 00 One copy six m.ootbs,Ca advance, . 3 J50 Single copies, ., .12.1- Rates of Advertising, .. One square,( 16 lines) first insertion. Si 00 One square (16 lines) each continuance, - 25 Half square (3 lines or less) first insertion., " ' 50 Half square (S 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 so., 8 00 Tearly advertising not exceeding one half column, - ' - - . 30 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one col., 60 00 - Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser Cn business. Legal Advertisements. Twenty five cents pc line for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cent tat each subsequent insertion. inadcqnee. ... . . , Oy.Vo transient advertisements will le inserted, units prepaid. .'' - a? 1 i i i f iUUrtKot. J. A....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 January 1853

JJJ I 1 ( I ......... ... "JJ" 3 II -A " ! 4 : t ''A f. 1. " i1 -. V , .oul the cUspod hands ; the dying prayers , fallow cithw, this is acon.umtnat.on over SSich ?e. Tof pToe sympathy wiU be .bed age. rfieMbgloriei of tbeforom.ud the .enat. are " - Hiuffrr1nr f anc-a wiiau aaed wftathaeav. And breathed lb long. loaf aigbt away. v.a i; L Jaw msjm be at m . la uiue-iia repw v But era the , in hj? Illumed th Eaater" 'k'e, AV3walked ia Faradia . SATURDAY, JANUARY , 1853. - T Splendid Clipper. ' V t ,,r issue of the lt inst. we published a tailed description of tt.e clipper ship Somw ' Mneetine at that date, that s would arrive daring the succeeding we. did not however, arrive, until the 16th in in 1 - day. from San Francisco. Her passage was pr 4 ' longed by calm, and head winds, which prevail .; "'this season of the year. - Hie noble proportions of this gallant ship, M - the lie. in our harbor, excite the admiration of a. . Of. in ---- r-- - , oil Covers of fine ship., and there seems...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 January 1853

h. mssaffe referred to) reads that But the fruit Lf the spirit is love, joy, peace, long-euuering, gen tleness, coodness, faith, meekness,1 temperance ; " r ... ' SL nlace a distorting of the passage, by selecting 'mmU long 1W H iMUuai vuiuw, wie, sums aiuiiu- r who nossess. it. what the Bible afSnns. In?" - - If those only wno possess uie enure usu . - nnlying it to an entirely different subject, from L . no wmcn me aacrea wmer was nun?. from the preceding verses, it is evident that the Cnde was endeavoring to persuade the church rrl . . ., u. woo nnAP nM;-;n.,- i , circumcised, or to conform to the ntes of the rich cluirca. iiavmg arguea mis point at bona BC ,J - .;-Uies, ana amrms mat against sucn, mere is no Sid law. It would oe at variance wna uie ex- 'irit teacniuza oi raui in uuier uiaceo, to buuikisc '"' - i T .1 . . Ul - !llt DC TAUfTUl uiiu cansuaiis wen; uui meueo.uie o the law of God. He expressly declares that bristians are morally bound to abstain, even from Jut winch ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 January 1853

JU I! f il miftiti Jinra.BaolvanOcb Printing Pamphlets, ijr rSho Bills, Catalogues; Circulars', ' Rills of Exchange, -Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, 'Blank Deed,1 93- Hill ll.eaaf IsixWCV B U5INSS AND ADDRESS CARDS Eieesied with nsatness ana aespatcn Iriipomrs and Commission A Befthaiti. w'nirter & ttenefal Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. V OAHU. - . HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted::. A.,a7.i6tf , .7 . - t- v :ro T 4 " BO BERT C. JANION. illc0intl (Sommission 2 . HONOLULU. OAOU.T1 O. P. SAMSIIJG A CO, - . DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, .. HONOLULVtOAHU,H.I. AUCHEW. ' V '- - r - ..... AH0!CO. r Oa hand and for s&lei Sugar, Molasses, Tea and Coffe Tv U.VA. P. EVERETT; ALT . f CJnural (CommfBsfon JttnrtljanV , . v . HONOLULU, OA HU, H. V. ' f - flT Money advanced' on favorable terras for Bills o Kichange n the.Uniled States, England and France. siO't.J.fO.'SP.A&DXirG -alp Chandler and Commission Merchanti' -w..T , ' .HONOLULU; OAHU. y nsLu s. Cons...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 January 1853

t 1 I , , 'ft 1 , vi,-: "iS .is.n -riif r4 UjV A.''' -tV jW'A. h tfj;T "Till TI)c ; Ippljucsiaii, k( paMUhed weellj at nonolula.Oaha, Hawaiian Is ED WIN, O HALL, EDITOR. , TERMS. : ' - ' One copy perannnm.tn adrancei' ?6 00 Oaacopy si monthSjia adrance, "' 3 50 Sinzle copies. " , , " 1 ' " ' 11-J hat sansre, (16 lines) first insertion, .', . . 11 00 hat square (16 lines) each continuance, . , 25 50 Elf square (s lines or less) first insertion., alf sauire (8 lines or less) each continua.. 1S1-2 Esrds, Notices, &c., not exceeding one half square, by the year. - -; hsrds, Notices, etc., not exceedins one sq. 5 00 8 00 i'esrly adrertising not exceeding one half ' I column, - 1" . SO 00 "etrlTadrertbinr not exceeding one eol.7' 60 00 E7" IcarlyadrerUsiBgliEuted to the adrertuers t a business.' ; . . ' Legai, Aov-BEtiSEMEKTs.-rTwentr fire cents per ne for the first insertion, and six and one fourth cents kr each ubseqaent-rasertios. ' r t Z&tMcrtptUHasthe fol tntsianu payable f v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 January 1853

(J ja -a. I IE .SJBsaw I: y. r i -w .611! 1 8 1 & v . POLYNESIAN. -. Saturday; jakoarv b; isstOl ' A . : I Uetarn of the Prince Albert.'' ' This ship vu fitted out by Lady Franklin, in Mar. 1851, and sent to wa in aeareh of Sir John Franklin, under the conunana.oi r. yuiiu Kennedy, who had for a long time been con nected with the Hudson Bay Company. . He wintered in Batty Bay in 1851 -during which period he pushed out exploring parties in the dead of winter along the northern coast of North Som erset, and attained to north lat 72 degrees, west long. 100 degrees." These expeditions were Uioa engaged from February to May, when they re turned ito their ship, having traversed some 1,200 miles in their expedition. . .... On the Cth of Auguit they cut the ship out of her winter quarters, and proceeded to Beechy IsIanJ, whence, as other ships of the squadron had preceded them to the northward, she returned to England, where she arrived early in October, bearing despatches from Sir f Ed...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 January 1853

nally-burning lamps, said to lure beea in use by the ancient. Workmen were recently excava tor for fooodatioa for a new building, in a de bris eTweeuy remains i Uallo-Roman erec tions when they came to the roof of an under ground eort of a care, which time had rendered almost of metalic hardness. An opening was, however, effected, when one of the workmen in itaotly exclaimed that there waa a light at the bot tom of tle cavern. The parties present entered, when they found a bronze sepulchral lamp of re- mrkable workmanship suspended from the roof w chains of the tame metaL It was entirelv filled with a combustible substance, which did not appear to nave aumnisneo, utnoagn tne probabih- 7' 0 wywMtuvu aasaae wcu UUJ Ufl IU gt?eV he discovery will, we trust, throw some light on a question which has caused' so many disputes among iecu uuuana, KKoougn u is stated that one was discovered at Viterbo in 1840, from which, however, no fresh information was afforded on the subject Juuung Journa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 January 1853

JU m 6 i. v' r f 8 M I: s HI i KM '! 1 V1 1 5 B ttSTKE'SfS CARUSV -VJ t Shon bills IjV.J Pamphlets, : Bills bfKichange, J . BUIs of Lading, ITT' Catalogues, i 'Tri' ul 'I rii . Handbills,, "' ConsuIarTJlauks, Bill Heads. ,- it t,j Blank Deeds; VISITING.' BUSINESS ANP ADDRESS CARDS EsecMea'witn neatness and despatch jMiliherahernw Importers and Commission Merchants.'. s ?:b."f. swow, v Importer At General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU, w: ' ..v, - - OAHU, . ' . HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. 'As,?. 27.16tf i?;y -. ,1 ' 'if ' ROBERT C.JAXI05., Merchant & Commission 21 gent, .-. UOJiOUJLir.OAHr.il. i- :-. - .! ' C P. SAIVI3IIJG & CO, ' ' dealeus is china goods, y.?t ; uoxouvllojuw il i. ' AHCHEW. ' .'"AHfOSe. Om haui rfud for safe, Sugar, Molasses, Tea awl CofTe A. P. EVERETT, Central . Commission Sttucljant,, ' ' ' HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. ' J3r Money advanced on1 laorahle terms for Bills Exchange on the United Slates, England and-France. . : C. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 February 1853

0 94, pnWiibed weekly at Honolnlu.Oahn, Hawaiian Is EDWIN 0 JIALL, EDITOR. ; TERMS. One copy peraunumiin advance, $6 00 One copy six montbs,in advance, 3 50 Single copies, . 121 Rates of Advertising. )aesanare,(16 lines) first insertion, Si 00 25 50 121 00 00 "hie square (16 lines) each continuance. alf sqaare(S lines or less) first insertion., ilf square (8 lines or less) each continua.. Wards, Notices. &C-, not exceeding one half sqnare, by tbe year. . - K"arJs, Notices, etc., not exceeding one sq., yeariy auverusing noi exceeding one nair . column, - . . - - 80 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one col., 60 00 I ZJ 1 early advertising limited to the advertiser's Wn bnsiness. Legal AorERttSEitESTS. Twentr five cents pe Eioe for the first insertion, and six and one fonrth cents tar each subsequent insertion. I ZSdtxriptionte the Polnnesianis Datable invariaUu Kt j a advance. CpvVb transient advertisements will be inserted, unless repaid. nOOPERAGE. J. A.Burdick having taken t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 February 1853

JU 4 . f; ; VVl THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1853. A -- .,rfi out a bill I nst "u if W.rren. It. I., r . . tir 1 1 T Musical oriu-j Plantation. . We hare endeavored for a few months past to nso what influence we may possess, in directing aacijjJ1Uinti planting pla5Tatios, where order, regularity, ntatness and good discipline seem all to combine to render labor not only honorable but agreeable. Would that we had a score of such "plantations, as that at Lihue, scattered over the islands, to furnish labor for the natives and to products . wealth for the country. V .- -w'- In oar last issue a notice appeared postponing the meeting to receive a report from the committee, on the subject of organizing a joint stock com pany for agricultural purposes. We know not how we can "better advocate the object they pro pose, thin by referring them to whit we have Colonel Baher of California, and New Orleans, came to see the Palace, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs.Lathrop and the lady ana aaagnie...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 February 1853

Bn .,2Uttljoritj). y y , Department of Foreign Relations. , Be it known to all whom it nny concern that Monsieur Louis Esnilt Pcrria, having this day, resented to this Department his Commission from he Prince Presided of the French Republic, hich is found to be in due form, he the said Levi Emile Perrin, is hereby acknowledged by Werof His Majesty, as Cosset or France for I, Hawaiian Islands ; and all his official acts as heb, re ordered to receive full faith and credit r the authorities of this Government. Given under my hand and the -seal of the oreign Office at Honolulu, this. 6econd day of cbruary, looo. : Signed as-.- R. C. WYLLIE. ls. Appointed by His Majesty, S. M. Kamakau be Circuit Judge of the second Judicial Dis fict, in place of P. Nahaolelua, resigned. . Passengers. r Sierra Nevada. F. A. Rowe, II. Rowe. A. B. lowe, G. "Waller, E. F. Northam.'- Per Lvra. . atiuns, j. Hood, Stone. Per Swiss Boy. Mrs. Gavin, Mrs. Studley and haa. . Per Matthew assar. F. II. Boyd, S. Owens...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 February 1853

tJ1 in 1 1 Li ,i : it i ilUo. .-r-, , . . - - . . i : i . . Pamphlets, t Catalogues,- -.j Circulars, Hill Heals, Shop Bills :"..": Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, --'r .Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds,' ViSITIN, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARD Elected with nearness and despatch, libera Itcrm Importers and Commission 'Merckants. ? ,1 :,;r B. P. SHO W,; -a ' r -. Importer & General Commission Merchant. UIONOLUU, ; i.i. -. ; ,.r. i !-rU:-AUU- HAWAIIAN' ISLANDS. Bills' oC Exchange ' foreign countries wanted. Ann.S7.lStf r r. w : ' i ROBERT C.TJANION. ' iitrrcQjut & (Eflmmisston.lgcnl, HONOLULU. JAOU, II. 1 . j ;.i .1 V. .CP. SA1YISING & CO, DEALERS IS CHINA. GOODS, .... HONOLULU, OAlW,U. I. I lUf new . . IHPOMOi: OiwhaoJ ui for sale, Sugar, Molasses, Tea and Cofle 1 1 ' A. P. EVEHETT,r A , HONOLULU, OA HU.H.l. ' a-s- Mnev adTiinced on favorable terms lor Dills o EschaB?e on the United Slates, England and France J. C.L3PAIDINO, 1 Ship-chandler and Commission Merchant, - ' " " HONO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 February 1853

4 Bed i tony IljTlpoIpcsifln, ipiUished weekly at Honolulu, Oahn, Hawaiian Is EDWIN O HALL, EDITOR. TEEMS. One copy perannum, in advance, $6 00 One copy six month ,in advance, S 50 Single copies, .121 Rates of Advertising. Le5quare,( 16 lines) first insertion, . Si 00 fie square io unes; eacn continuance, za ilfaaare(8 lines or less) first insertion.. . 50 lilf sauare ( 8 lines or less) each continua., 121- fnl, Notices, &C-, not exceeding one half square, by the year. .. . 5 00 'ids, Nxtices,etc, not exceeding one sq., 8 00 early advertising not exceeding one half column, . ... - - 30 00 r early advertising not exceeding one col., 60 00 C? Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser1: lira business. Legal Advertisements. Twenty five cents per lie for the nrstinscrtion, and six and one fourth cents br each subsequent insertion. ySubscripliottt the Polynesia n is payable invariably k advance. 7ATo transient aicertisementstcill be inserted, unless i repaid. 100PERAGE. J. A . Bord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 February 1853

vn irom wis ia m -;-.r- - you dare to go, where I dare not.ac- hpany you. '. , .... - , ;p; Even to!' ; "' , ,v The only exception, she answered, with chuckle; 'there, my dear, I leave you. ? r She had conquered. . ' ' . He never drove in at Cape Charles again, but croaned with the recollection of the seven vers" bachelor life at Arlington. -Correspondence of the Charleston Evening frews. If SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1853. .. r .The Small fox." . Our California papers, receded within the past .week,nn6unce the prevalence of. this, frightful ' disease indifferent parts of the State, and we learn, verbally, that it was in San Francisco, although, it is not noticed in the papers . . , ' .The Alta of the 15th ult,'says, "small pox has prevailed in Calavaras county, on the Cosurnnes, and in other sections, with some fatality. Tempo rary hospitals have been established, and the sick cared for as well as circumstances permitted." . 'In the Times and Transcript, of the 20th, we find also the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 February 1853

Tor Tariff is Coitghess. The recent Dro- L.dings in the House of Representatives, on the iriff question, very ciearij indicate inai protec n has nothing to expect of Congress this session. pd there is no disposition in the House to tinker ,;th the wm a u now -exists, we may sately prture to say tuai me law or will be per ked to stana intact iui fierce snail have offi 'jlv expressed some opinion on the subject. N. 'Jlerald. . There w bo uiiponani movement on. loot in Vtshington, in regard to our foreign relations and be recent movements of France in Hayti and llexico. Soecnlations as to who will compose the cabinet I 1 1 r.nu. .11 .1 - ... fUencra iciw uc Buui &ii toe rage in wasning u well as elsewhere. - Greenougn, me ceieoraiea sculptor, died in jston of brain lever ; . , , The well known Fanny Wrijrht died at Cincin nati on the 4th ot Dec. in the 57th year of her age. :3e was a nauve w ocouana. The yellow fever and cholera are still en?ared L the destruction of human life in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 February 1853

JU. if 'I l! fl. 1 1 I HI V. 0 4, t'4 I if 10E SINE SS CARDS. CTT nniWTINR OFFICE Jlaiu tinir Sancu Bookanir Job riiitihg SCCHAS Shop Bills, BillsofExchange., Rills of Lading, Consular Blank, Blank Deeds, Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, . Handbills, Bill Heads, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Exscated with neatness and despatch.on liberal term Importers and Commission Merchants. , ALDRICH & CO., - .. : IMPORTERS AND DEALERS . In General Merchandise. . i Island Produce bought and sold. -- Aeents for the sale of the products of the Lihue e r(i A lAUUlUUM ... . B. r. SNOW, Importer & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. 'Aug. 27.16tf - ' -- ROBERT C.JANION. illerr2nt & Commission 'Slgtht, ' nOXOLCLU, OAHU, II. I.. -C P. SAIYXSIIffG A CO, DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, HOXOLULU tOAUU, H. I. AHCHEW, AHP0KO. Oa hand and for sale, Sonar, Molasses, Tea and Coffe A. P. EVERETT, (Sen cm I commtjwfon Itttrtlji...

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