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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1854

kitts, Unts, icelli, ory, . luce,. radlesy trays. brick. rxi hooks. iss butt, Iron tacks g irons, ap nails, corks, St ires. Irons,' line, omnies, nhol tiers banks, vs. saucers, shackles. ttches, fees, rn, stuii; bunting, .s, lins, ' pes, ill paper, tors. key jack- trawers. ju shirts, h caps, I Lrogans 1. thread. rinta, reat van- on. C O ioods, re- Safins, do crfine do. a, check'd d.d white e Bandas, HAWLS, r'd velret bar Boxes, uzzles and , Feather hina Tea ongTEA, EA, pre- lorev. Wk runks, 1 re Dinner kd, Kattaa in Chairs, s, ManDs Cheroots. Llphin,"of l cargo le for thi it? ; I 1 ilery. L-ix the klltbeU- L of the frectlTsn'1 in Sp3- hVALD- kebr. tht lebts cob- ooTfl- I eredcP jowv""" f the lories,1 eas,t9',r Vol. X. rpHE P0LTTI733IiirJ ,3 fCBUSHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAMV, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Oae eopr P4 annua, la advance, .'. f6 00 Os wjit x months, 44 44 , 3 50 giarle copies,.... 12 Rate af Aavertlsla:. Ok square, (16 Unes) first insertion, al 00 " 44 each eoatiauaaee, 2...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1854

1 i ! y x THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1854.. The Glory of Hawaii Nei. In considering in a candid manner the Causes which . have operated in elevating the Hawaiian race from a state ofabsolute ignorance and barbarity to the position they now occupy, we instinctively attribute to education its full share of the good thus achieved. It was the schools, the common fluxds, that prepared the natives, from the highest to the lowest, from the aduU to the .youngest child, to read and understand the laws by which they are governed, -the Constitution, that guar antees their rights, and the expression of their ideas through the press, of-which many of them are so fond. To the school are they indebted for a large share of the T difference that exists between them sow, and the Mar quesans or the aborigu;e5 of California who never enjoy trd those blessings. And although a simple element in themselves, they are powerful in their results upon a community or a nation. To despise them or to neg...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1854

mm i or UUljr ... bJ the n, Pf Her Brit. pwaoiwr ri fted Stat.. Potions o healtl, ""dais, the arrived 0B the Vnit.vi In eonse- other Con, which nolulu, in. of Udis 'an went k anniTer- learn that i.e clinr. rr- that port fitted for no doubt ient. formerly My fitted sails this at which "8 to tale rs. aking in taring the ill follow )T twelve that the r Sydney Post & far which , Secreta eloqucnt California ersary cf he Union of space lmns sev 1 marked Vec. 3X Tout. 4,188 17,330 3,505 GOO 17,815 6,726 790 71,019 259 244 42 1,311 204 2,118 71,019 73,137 ebruary 18jU. irticle of rgus" of ko otner Franee- tee, pub- aper, on I Io, a me hanoha-- noloa," Vnoranoe or; they ery bad nee was which it i extract s on the ired by mstrong. lawaiian ' and the of that niacins ic chair uddress. d thus: derth old he L and he oi, ana . ritno" s; bat ing the bw pr' disap lartica- publi- Hckfcr" it, and ndered ,er pef- l-done, of h iing ahool G PASSENGERS - i" a the Restless, from San Francisco. Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1854

$ r. V, 3 It s ( A ! ) 180 HOTELS &C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CHANCEREL, Proprietor. begs to inform his friends and the public generally, that he has made extensive .improvements in his Hotel premises, that he now has accommodations for parties of every description. Also attached, a Billiard Saloon, fitted up in superior style. Sleeping room on the premises for families or single gentle men. The Bar is supplied with the choicest wines and liquors, and the proprietor, grateful for the lib eral patronage heretofore extended to him, begs to assure the public that no pains will be spared to give entire satisfaction to them and strangers visiting Honolulu. . P.S. Entrance by Fort, Hotel and Union sts. tf-12 RESTAURANT Fit AKCA1S ! ! JAR DIN terrasse, deux Billiards, cabinets narticuleirs. etc.. service a la carte, vins. liqueurs, rafraichisements, patisserie, etc. Par L. FRANCONI k A. MEDAILLE. Honolulu, entries par King et Fortstreets. ly-46 Globe llotel, French Restau...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 March 1854

rwoei.1 MS- ' - ami canvass ts, , HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 25, 1854. I - No. 46.. . .-a. - X jff: . - ,r-" crs--f .i-.-S'fWiw.f :'.r li",, ...i.-j. , ; .,), nauiM-m . .ijnji l ul.. - -U. iiil-iij r . xnn i-ri -i v-iJ..m..,Ti:,F "rJ,-rT . ' """ - . . p ptioci. line do. Vol; A. ' kdo. kedo. nd pacta. :korydow spenders, is. san, o. ritts, jointers, rules. hunters Rones. binges. books. ker locks. tore do. do, steels. hills. eddo. rns. es. nd forks. tse traps. scrapers. men. hegawls. .etc 'Ac. tux. susar. ackerel. lines, o. wder. psoP n pairs, ntane. hes, shop; rom New rtment of table for rnet.Cor- east-pins, ir Kings, of otber ns, of ra ts. Seals, 1 Chains, hecklaces. Splendid cies, &c, 3, Forks, os, Work h tix: , of supe-. TNER- C O roods, re lating, do erfine do. k. cbeck'd kr.d white L Bands, JAWLS. h'd velvet ariBoxe, xzles and Feather hina Tea neTEA, !EA,pres. .11 tores, ma ranks, I e JJinner h Rattan n Chairs, Maniis K;nerooi !pbin,"of ef cargo e for thil Iery, hebytha ath. buck...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 March 1854

182 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1854. 'Visit of His Majesty to the N. B. Palmer. " On Thursday last His Majesty visited the clip ier blip N. B. Palxeb, accompanied by their R. II. 'a Princes Liholiho and Kaniehamaha, their Excellencies, the Minister of the Interior, Foreign Affairs and Finance, together with other members of Ilia Privy Council. On "reaching the deck, the Hawaiian flag was hoisted, and His Majesty was received with a sa lute. - Every attention was shown to His Majesty by. Cut. Low, while he rcmainod on board,- A profuse collation was served, at which Mr. Gregg, 'American Commissioner, and Mr. Angell, Am. vConsul, met Ilia Majesty and suite, and where cordiality and good feeling united to render the lwur a pleasant one to all the guests of Capt. Low. His Majesty retired under a salute, and we learn takes passage to-day with Capt. Low for Lahaina, whither the ship is bound. The X. B. (Palmer .is one of the finest ships that have ever visited the port of Honolul...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 March 1854

The P-o l y n e s i a , - f M Rc ri -2 5 il 854 -1 183 mouth! T1 frforau. h ' ?! r - HsSjowbT ' eS 4UU k. CeSU. Lxuidoa. Semite. I. t"S?5 wa 66 4 P, 8fcoT sp, 0u b, s. no. S5 u Inoe, 1 100 h. ' P, 400 Wil is ;u sn. k 1700 wh. , 40gp. 5, 600 wh. lioowh, 15oooc. I p, 1O0 Wh. u.7otp,3oow , 6 blkfish. , I?- sp, looo k. Ip, 2o blkfi,h. b, 10,000 b. -oo wb. Ih last HUl. Ison, 30 wh;. 7-Vj? BEEE. ftablished a t the French Lilies, hotels. s or in kegs. nly, con. teTer lnjun- he public as ver made on obtain the to. Cap- dated at the IFF k CO. im late arri- atin dresses. latine, net da, : SHAWLS, In boards. .d cases. k do. tea sets . fed. I exten.do, 46-tf re constantly 1 4 lbs each. I lack pepper. 46-tt A CO. offer 46-tf ARS. All I ai, in Kaana- i s of Mature la Honokawii I. Crockett t mountain. hTER. llis Majesty. KL OHo- I a Kaanapali, Io akau o k na o ka eita i ka mauna. ifnkai. 0n ITER.' Inaoka MoL the under- of Merchan west market n duck, cott I marline, rat- hanks. tirca I aa&d iib...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 March 1854

I84 : " T h e. rPo i. ye ii9ifM arctH a 2 5 ,i ol'$ 5-4: aMMMBB assssaaa m m ssssssssaaaaai mm aasBssassssssi S"""'r,2r25,Z,5S5SS2225222 - - 1 ; '- " " 11 i lll'' " 1 1 -Ml--".. I J' I tt.ktttt A T ifrtfrir A MnTQI?. I nrMPD AT ,MCPf!HAMnTSP. r flPNPD i T. 'MPBMI'i XTTMci ;IlqTEI(:&C,,,.;) HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. . ' .TICTOR CIUXCEBEL, Proprietor, " ' I T ,y t"11 ' mad exteasiva improreaieM in "' till heel premises, t&U ka now has accomrooda at L,.-.-. fi,r parties c every drcri(Uoa. Aim, nt- tacfaad, a Milliard Saloon, fitted up ta superior style. ' Sleeping Rooiua oa the premises fur families or single prntletnea.'' The Bar is supplied with the choicest wine sad liquors, and the proprietor, grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore en tend ed to him, brss to assure the public that no pains will be spared to cive entire talk actios to them and strangers visiting Hon olulu. - . t i.i ' -. I. 8. Eatrance b Fort, Hotel aadl'aioasts. -if 19 HOTEL do GLOBE Restaurant ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 April 1854

'; O i . u i . j U l v f , . i .-. - a u . ... ii . - A Conors 1 d Priaci luedoc p. ams, P. urgh.- aastTdl edo. re do. nd pants, ckorjdo. spenders', E Ac. s. haws, o. bitu. jointers. rules. hunters ones, hinges. hooks, er locks, tore do. do, steels,' "ddo. ns. hd forks. traps. scrapers. mere. eg awls. etc. ice. ckercl,' ines, o. . wder, . soap. hda, n pails. atine. es, .ic. SHOP. hra New Unent of cable lor bet, Cor- ast-pins, r llings, of otber s, of va- S OeaUS. Chains, eeklaces. Splendid ies, tc, , ForksT is, "Work r, viz: of supe- rNEB, . pbin," cf ranro of e for this err. nrcl per Inent of (ire, Hats, a ordered d for sale Px Carts, d Heads, :uck. a Jalarge and fine Flannel )N.T bethel. . v pale bf FORD- Llainaai ml aiion,i uffccia1 :HOP-' ..Vol. X. THE POX2"lMESI&N j rCBLISHEB WEEKLY AT HUXOJLCLC, OAHC, H. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Om tPT Pr aaanni. ia adrase,.'.. .6 00 Oaf copy moath," . M . .... SH ftagto eopie,... 124 Rsoea f Adrertiaiatf;. n,, Mjiiare, (16 lime) ami laertio...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 April 1854

r if lftfi The Poly xesi a7Xpril 1, 1 8 54. JB. V 1 SSBSBBBaBBBBBn aanaaaBSBa THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, APRIL 1 1854. The Public School System. At the risk of wearying our readers with the subject of our public school system, we must say a few words again, to smooth down the ruffled fea thers of our ootemporary, who seems to liavc 6uch a sensitive regard for the " once 6tately Polyne sian' Hie fears that we shall injure its character ly untruth,, prevarication and bad logic," are founded, no doubt, in a proper esprit ie corps, and perfectly justifiable ; nothing malicious in them, of course. ;" j ! Could we believe ourselves capable of practising the offenses he charges us with, wo should certain ly thank him for his disinterested interest in our reputation.- But, unfortunately', we are, too .obtuse tp'diseover any such causa of gratitude to our bro ther editor. ' "We have no.' such : derelictions to charge ourselves withal ; and his freely forgive them," lays us under no jot of obl...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 April 1854

m v w- i . 187 Jght out . One been Bent " f. Hawaii . - r - P. 50 b. Nukahir. K. P. B. Hall, Express it :i bove firrr, packages. i-e U kited U 47 D. Thi k will be km to suit H hemp line and ls. ness nd app. ercl, 50 ina rice. ; salt, 20 es fine liter, and l-'OO oars. s. 10000 ne. Trull 2 and 4 baskets cases of ; lamps, jackets. nfortcrs. It Clp-arn od hand 00 bolts at flour. m tins, 00 doz. sjicnu vn Ktmv is, cases tins ovs- K in lif er. nut- ' p plates es, ass'd s'd.iron :ie apple J M-rnal an tine. w necked , .ladies is, ass'd - of look- the re Goods, collars, INGrf rs, . r. eotL .ell and made. r. t soap, ' crete, atches. candies oxes, -kettles, exten- the isl t possi- M7 fhonia- by the ging i robes cloths. , . -otton, i 1 St. hr sap 1. FOR NEW BEDFORD. The" new Clipper ship Waver1 vy 750 tons bur then, T. E. Curtis, Muster, -will be de spatched for the above port. for freight of oil and bone or passage, please ap- plTtO tf-43 jAjaxo aiAJvivli, or THOMAS SPENCER. SALES AT AUCTION. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 April 1854

i : T h .e P? o l y e s I -a:n Apr i Er il 8 o4 J. - HOTELS i &,C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel'. VICTOR CIIANCEREL,- Ior.rietor, nTiil' I IO mwrm nis menus una inc punuc gcnrrni- II I III '', that he has made extensive i iiproveiuenta in ills miiri premise, iuai ac niw du atcimuin-ua-tinns for parties of every description. Also, at tached, a Milliard Saloon, fitted np in (superior style. Sleeping Ramn on the nreniist'i for families or siiisie eciitleuien. The Bar i supplied with the choicest wine and liipiors, and the proprietor, arateful for the liberal patronage heretofore eutt-nd-d to him. be'i to a ure the public that no pains will be i pared An (rive entire satisfaction to them and ajyugerg riming lion- vihiq. . P. 8. Entrance by Fort, Ilotel and Union sta. ' tf r2 HOTEL du GLOBE Restaurant Francais. unniv mi. H.ni killianlx. cabinet!!, nartira- f lein, etc., axrvice a la carte, vin,liqiieuii, rafrairhise- LmeuU, patisserie, etc. . llonululu, entries par Kinp ct tort (Is....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 April 1854

PISE. ; Tenerat Princi- blue do- Ho. ; Jolaras, to. K canvass. . HONOLULU, H. I.. APRIL. 8, 1854. No. 48. i : ! 'li' " VOL. A. 8 MSt'd. ' 7 uspenders. bis. saws. do. bitU, t jointers, k rules, I hunters tones. tt hinges. p books. wer locks, store do. do. e steels. mills, - led do. ons. oes. and forts. use traps. scrapers. inters. peg awls, tibs. -etc. Ac. rice, sugar, " lackerel. oines, do. lowder. In soap. rs. Ion palls. I en tine. he. Its. &c. ISHOP. rom . New hrtment of itable for met, Cor- -pins, jar Kings, of other , Of T- hts. Seals. la Chains, I necklaces. Splendid teles, &c, .is, Forks, no. no r, vix : -, of supc- tTNER.. Ipbin," f II cargo oi Ic for this Ilery, tved per rment of are. Hats, reoraei ed for sale Ox Carts, lad HcadN inacrsign 1ECCK. id a large and fins Hansel OX. Bethel. U sale by FORD. ; 3ES itation, i br - plain n4 )Xr the, , u, S. L IS pi BUHED WEEKLY AT HOXOLULU, OAHD, II. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. Teraas. rt eop If saanm. ia advance, ...l.$6 00 lmf...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 April 1854

190 T II E OtYWESIAN P It I L 8 1854 THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, APRILS 1854. quacy of the appropriation made in 1853. J.O you II Will ho Inn or tn rnmprfv that nrpu ' . e j i in; want. Meeting of the Legislature: 1854 In accordance with the requisition of Ilia Maj esty the King, the two Houses met this day, April Mh, at the Stone Church, at 12 o'clock, noon. His Majesty opened the Session with tho follow Speevh, which we hasten to lay before our readers. THE KIIYG'S SPEECH. Nobles axd Representatives of My Peo ple: ... lou nave assembled, this day, agreeably to the Constitution, to assist 'me' with your councils in the great interests of my King dom. I am truly grateful for the mercy of the Almighty in the cessation of that frightful pestilence which; during part of the past year and of this, has carried to the grave so many thousands of my people, notwithstand ing all the efforts made by the Government and the Commissioners of Health, aided by the zealous and gratuitous labors of th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 April 1854

'ar a -B-rar. - iDed h the ordered ... this rrr- Jui that Se-J in a nwj-, a Uit dare " ot r pec h l fciry. lons- rv? tart!.. 1,1 "UiJ 1 Ucrs.'. we on call in ion the 2d '6 in the in aflalra adopted. on IIoua the and most of The wary the lib upied as a Reynolds, ag togc ipposed to though dii It is said t in extin pay they ' assisted ! to punifeh rn should were guil- iiieanness itizens of 1J not be 1854. vuu that place, on from mr 'Vom Cal- lving the id ran to coming ng their out and n min- one in e flames wing so .ive the to save to help. hem. Kailejr ife ; but save no ;s were to be the fire in ke hare fit many per, to Fearn Haver- -dieving 3D. vice J. Samuel ized a right, s thai xpires being term oi -t the. by the rowan lie, of , bar ns re- thus it the St. ted in year ,000, l-enses r in- Usetts rears the inflo- kpetts f an is.' case hosed ot be harf ssion t the MARINE JOURNAL, assor Ds,tFFi PORT OP HONOLULU. 'Arrived. April J Haw Kk Pflel. Coraeen, Jj ds fm San Fraacisco. 3 Am wh sk...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 April 1854

192 'HOTELS' '&C. HOTEL De FRANCE. French Hotel. VICTOR CHANCEREL, Proprietor, beg to iuform frieada and the public federal ly, tiiat be bn made extensive improveuieute in lii Loiel premise, Ihat be now ha accomirjoda- tiuDifur uartira of every dVeeription. A lao, at tacked, a Billiard Saloon, fitted up la superior style. Sleeping Room on the premises lor lamiiies or single geuueuicn. J lie Har is vapplied with the choicest wines and liquors, and the proprietor, grateful for the liberal patronage heretoibre eutend ed to biiu, begs to assure the public that Bo pains will be spared in give entire satisfaction to them and strangers visiting Hon- vluJu. - . T. S. Entrance by Fort, Hotel and Cuion eta. If 12 HOTEL da G LODE Restaurant Francais. Jtr. JARD1X, terrnsse, deux billiards, cabinets, particu TiiiJI leirs, etc, service a la carte, vins, liqueurs, rafraichUe IHiritnpntj, patisserie, etc. Par L FRANCOM 4c A. MEDAILLE. Honolulu, entries par King et Fort et. Globe Henri French Re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 April 1854

- ; ' 4 - ... i i i u i- , . . i-k :i y t a i :c n T ".01 . . fcneral Innci- fdo: Id. I do. HMUlts. rydo. lnders. Ac. Fnters. lunters leg, lages. loks, ' locks, Ire do. L, leels. Is. ... do. forks, traps, frapera. rs. ; awls,' Itc. jar, Ikercl, les. ler, ap, I OP. In New In eat of kble for -him," of l argo of : for this leiTt 1 a lrs and fine Flannel lirthcl. jr sale by Vol. THE POLlTIffBSIAN U PCBUSHED WEEKLY AT HONOLULU, OAHU, B. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. , TcrMi Om copy per iinum, itUruct, , OMCoprMaKW4 " ....... BiBgl epe, .6 00 ..3 SO .. 12 Bate f Aalrrrtisiag. Om MtttK, (16 lia) Smt iaartioa,.. 44 " each matiBUMce,...... ..$1 00 ... as Balf (B line or lew; am iawrtim .. so . aek eoatiaaaaea at r.rdi. Notieaa, tee- not aieeediag on half cuare. b tlx year, S 00 "mi. Notice, etc, ezcMdia; ob agaar.. 8 00 Taarlv advwlMiag, aot ezceetfiag a naif aolumn. 30 00 " u - m sunB ....go oo Veariy adrenlnag limiU4 to tta a4reniacr'a owa baai- La ABaTuanaTfc Tweafy-ire caota per line for tt A...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 April 1854

194 The OL YNESI 18 5 4 P R g n, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York, it is one in Tour. In Rhode Island, it is one in five about the same os on these Islands. In New Jer sey and Ohio, each, one in eight. In no other otate is the proportion more than one in ten; while in ten of the Mates it is less than one in twenty, a uis is owing to tnc iaci mat in tuese states no efficient system of free schools is established. In the slave States the population is generally too sparse to admit of it. la New England and some of the Western States, they et for educating al the children at the public expense, and in doing so at u)CS3 Islands we are only following their noble and enlightened example. The Comparative Cost or Piblic i.fSTRCc Again, notice the comparative cost of free school instruction here and in spine or the united Mates, From official returns in 1834, in the six New Eng land States, where popular education is sustained and carried forward with as much vigor and liber ality as ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 April 1854

' - - - 195 - ' - ; - i . . , . . . ' : : i . - .... . . , 'SI m frticir,of 10 ia P01 on nil - " ""no. car. surd da, tU'Stmtt JtrJ,.fe u J g?ne on IT for im te 4roffiri , aLbatb tt. I uo h'ng lightly samcientto the ru .i of Koloj it would F resident. opinion., 8 modetuo wag pat on Darin- s. to 001 ooauneoccd bto shallow .triiinethe anchor had of the re. possible to fort wer oosition by as afforded Joseph fed at Bch U they had pd from her the rocks d in two Is and hull ona of oil. About GO e rest har- kas sold a 10. ' for the C. ndamaged. Hll be for- recollected licnce depo- March 18. ioning of5- 8 to be ei atherly or rts. Even well is fre- n vessel to that two eoutherlj near beinjr nt at the Sged Tes te ports of md April. hm, made 68 dajs. ad was at attracted DC. sailed , to take Line, be took out ports. ertised ia ulu. j or, (Sorer- 1 Inst, direct unch and 1 j noticed. , long and ria, and is was but ich was 1 for the he Maris, eign coni- 24 hours id thepas- ln Wesley, :h passage M ...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 April 1854

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Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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