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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 16 October 1841

TUM F0LYNE8IAN Hi un-: ap' ear- .in J, J. JAUVES, Editor. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1841. Vol. 2. No. 19 For the Polynesian. Translated from the Hawaiian. EaUJS of tlje ftatoaffan Eslanus. Continued from pau;e 06. Here follow some further explanations respecting the system of taxation. These even sections which follow, are designed o explain and enforce what has been previously said. 16. Respecting the variations in taxes. Tlin fire Ii in-" jni iiiiii uvi 'i vn 1 1 u lu 1 1 M I Ol this law, throughout the different islands nf this OTOUn. thfi noil shall n.nv lint Imlf O 7 - - - -. - 1 I III I tax, thus : a man, half a dollar, a woman, 'a quarter of a dollar, a child over fourteen vears of age, one eighth of a dollar. On that year the lands shall pay a full tax. Kut on the second vcar, the lands shall my but half tax. The fathom hog shall ic but a yard in length, the three cubit log shall be a cubit and a half, and the tog of a yard's length shall be only one rubit long. In failure of th...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 16 October 1841

1 T II J: P 0 L Y N E S I A , -idc our rm upon the evidence ad- to overturn the whole fabric of govern- He then addressed the jl".JJr10. dticcd, we trust thev will not think hard ment, and treated accordingly. Liholiho, j France with a like result. fe .r ci.mtil ill. ii'un CimiI ti n.M.i.!ii v iii i'n. tho fnoii.Mi-r'i with fi -.tr :ii.d 1 1 oinl 1 in-f ns tice tliat he should renim - ' : . ' . . . . '..ii.' peach the credibility and imjarliniiy oi to the results struck the witnesses, or destrov the uiiditv of broke the tabu urn the testimony where we think it is mem- l in: eonscuuence was reet. We shall leave this history for the tbn und rebellion. He was however su unrsaiy, w c. orcsent with the treneral reinaik that as a -s i'ul i.i i u c H i 1 1 r the disorder. As the i ... . . ....twi'imi afforded to cuts of ear and ttemblin:: as tice mat ne snou.u , k Mich a blow. ' Ho j self, which he did, and whilst J reachin d abolished idolatry.! to a largo congregation his house nasal as ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 16 October 1841

!?41. THE POLYNESIAN. 75 wrkin!f a deeper current, which we shall n:u-i;i)t to truce to its source. The people flinch occasionally restlt ss, wore their haiu- as tlio.se long accustomed to a weight, n-hieli though it oppressed, they walked tm- tcady without. Foreign inlluence and ex ample spoke life and liberty to them daily, found nothing hut char sea. He did wt doubt hut that land had he en seen at several points by Captain Wilkts, hut disagreed with him in supposing it part of a continent, lie conjeetured it to ho rather parts of a chain of islands similar to the South Shet land, and cithers discovered in hiirh southern responsibility; secures the blessings, or en dures the miseries. The most enlightened of modern nations borrow from the wisdom of the past; this nation presses into its ser vice the best talents it can command and none are better for this than common, every day abilities, that snirit best dciined hv the it.. . I I . ...n.ti..m K It It.Km h .. ...... I I ........ I...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 16 October 1841

tb THE POLYNESIAN. OCTOBER Have for Sale, which they ofler on reasonable terms : 20 Doz. Port Wine Sherry do. S. M. (In. Claret do. Baspberry do. Sarsaparilla Syrup Lemon Syrup Assorted do. Stouhton's Llixir Boxes Assorted Teas Also Just received 3 Lady's Splendid Riding Saddles, 50 Patent Leather Head Stalls. April 2-1. tf. 27 10 20 10 5 10 m it Pat rut Pins. Crash. Mous. dc Laine. Vestmgs. Pantaloon Check. Summer Cloth Plaid Crape de Lyons. Fine Erminet. I'roadcloth, Black. Satin Stripe Chally. Ladies' Glovts. Ladies Scarfs. Pressed Crapes. Swiss Figured Muslin. French Mucins. Saloratus. Dried Apples. Nut megs. Allspice. Malmsey W ine, extra. Paste; Blacking. Pipes. Kaisins. Cassia. ("Jaitef Hoots. (icntlenKu's Calf Pools. Ale. Nails. Fine Ivory Comhs. Tooth Brushes Camhk-tccn. An assortment of Stationery. Ladies' Kid Shoes. Ladies' Ivid Slippers. A M'leet assortment of Cut and Pressed (iliiss Ware, consisting of Decanters, Wine ( lasses, (,'akn Dishe.-t, Lamps, Tumblers, Dor Knob...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 23 October 1841

IE IPOLYN IAN j, J. JAKVES, Editor. COM MONICATEI). SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1811. Vol. 3. Xo.SO. Tor the Polynesian. Honolulu, Oct, 1841 Mr Editor Having considered the circumstances of the government we shall be the belter prepared to look at and judge impartially of its acts and the degree of its culpability. " Feeling desirous to ascertain i Ml- I . 1 f as i:ir as possioie wnai degree ot cred it was due to the history of the persecu tion published in France, we requested as many of those who were prominently en gaged in the administration of the laws at the time of the alleged persecution as could conveniently, to meet us at some given time, that with the history before us we might be better able to assure our selves as to its accuracy. Accordingly, at an appointed time, in company with Messrs Chamberlain and Armstrong, we called upon Kekuanaoa, John Ii, Pahana, Kuluwahincnui, Kaniua. Kapala, and Kealoha, who answered our inquiries with great irankness and appa raut sincerity. We c...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 23 October 1841

73 THE POLYNESIAN. nor una cooked and crvcd in Europe. ' found no benefit. Another knew that tvle, and was eaten with a hearty relish. ! strong urecii tea was a certain remedy, While wo were ?Min:r at ear wi::e. a hi: :e but a!! at l.i.st came to the sa-.ru conclusion 1)0. o-tl tv.-t e ket ei -iit. was to try no more remedies, (which wa. not brought i:), and put in an adjoining room ! strange, ax none had been left untried,) for us to tal;e a " siesta." Il was capa-!hut leave thu cure to time, winch grudu- cio'is ci.ough for us ail, but as 1 did not ' ally restored them. incline to court the 14 balmy god " in sue.'i Having recovered our spirits, pot our a " pcrmi:ciious manner." "(as Mrs Chip- srn-lcyrs on, &e. those of us who were to pins hays) I accompanied J. to the church, form the party to cross the continent, which is a fine larire building, in the Ku- busied otmelvcs in preparing our arms rojjean style, and boasts a gallery. lie- and equipments, and at a general muster, !...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 23 October 1841

J841. .1HE POLYNESIAN. 79 nil, and not of the cultivators. This gov ernment, an almost anomalous incident in hitory, while yielding peaceably its own powers, and sacrificing rights which the cus tom 'f centuries have made part and parcel ofthcir bone and muscle, and give to them the force of the laws of the Medea and Per sians, and at the same time endeavoring to prepare their people to appreciate the change, and in giving much, are also instruc ting them to cry for more. Had this revolu tion been violently effected, the consequen ces would have been disastrous in the ex treme; for the reaction of a people is always in proportion to their previous debasement, and the fruits of the tree of liberty plucked Mid swallowed in haste, like the young rogue that gorges himself with stolen plums until nausea seizes upon him, produces effects equally disgusting to a sane mind. The fair color and rich fragrance is for a while dimmed and overpowered by the vile odors arising ironi tnc vomit bene...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 23 October 1841

0 THE POLYNESIAN. October MAHSiiALL & JOHNSON Have for Sale Drown Linen. Super Well) Braces. Su per iiuliu liubher lr;iees Cotton iandun- .... ii.n, i t (.... n.... 1 1 .li, t i ... t ilatinn l'onee lldlild Colored Cotton Halt Hose. liite Cotton Halt Hose. Imita tion Linen Cambric Udkls. Sier 'Linen Cambric Ilclkls. Largo Choppas. White and Urovvn Linen Thread. Russia Sliert injj. Havens Duck. White Lincu Drills. IVeneli Linen. .Mourning Lawns. Klack H mlazino. Colored Bombazine. Ilirisia Diaper. Check Muslin. Jaconet JVlusiin Clicek Cumhiic. Stripe Cambric. White Cambric. Super White Linen. Birds Lye Diaper. Linen Damask. Punted Linen Drills. Stripe Linen Drills. Assorted Sew ing Silk. Stay Lacings. Pearl bhirt But tons. White Suspender Buttons. Pea Jacket Buttons. Figured Vest Buttons. Figured Coat Button?. Black Silk Cravats. P.itent Pins. Crash. 3Ious. do Laino. Vesfms. Pantaloon Check. Summer Cloth PlaiiJ Cinpc de Lyons. Fine Frminet. Jralclotli, Black. Satin Stripe Challv ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 30 October 1841

THE POLf I1SIAW 11 Ct j. J. JAKVES, Editor. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1811. Vol. S. Xo. 91. C O M M U N I C A T E 1). For the Polynesian. M Editor In the history of the per secution the Protestant missionaries are represented as its instigators. The lan guage of the supplement conveys the same lea, and "the Catholic Miscellany of Charleston, S. C. represents the missiona ries of the American Hoard at the Sand wich Islands as dastardly wretches, a gang of rabid fanatics, a selfish, dogmatic, op pressive, cruel and murderous band, and 0lfl exults in the onward progress of the glo rious cause of religious freedom propelling its car over the bowed necks of the advo cates of duplicity and cunning." Some part of these notices of the mission we leave without remark, but so far as they 1 directly or indirectly convey the idea that! the missionaries have sanctioned or coun tenanced the infliction of any pains or penalties for conscience sake, we must re pudiate them as having no shadow of founda...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 30 October 1841

d 82 THE POLYNESIAN. OCTOEF.R, So one who has visited Anuhohi will for get an old white headed chief who resides by words, gestures, or other murks receiv ed as tho si-Mis of thought, or bv actions ... ij . - . i it- . . . . i i irom which consent luav be deduced, or uu: u' . 110 u vciernn 01 mc iormer wars, it uvav l,n Tnr in!..,r,. ,vl,m n "'I'1 vor.te of the king, sent to tins rcttr- wretched tenants. Upon his old stock of heathenism, he has engrailed all the outward nation lias always done hitherto, wo ma' presume it will do for the future." Wo suppose that it will hardly be con- traits of Christianity, aiid is a regular and as tended that the priests who thought it j sincere in his daily devotions as a 3Iussel probably they should be treated as one- j man while avarice and cunning still twinkle mies. or any one else connected with the iu p"cs- Notwithstanding this, he is a transact on could not from what had boon ! " u ",u R I,l)U ? a 1,1 ee.uugiy kiiui to trav ellers, purticul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 30 October 1841

V 1341. - THE POLYNESIAN. 83 I. si jjj purpose arc stifled by steam. Thatched ,,UaC3, erected at a small expense, with mat iirdlcs, are found to be all that is necessary. ,0 preserve the worms healthy in, while the pjol' broom corn answer every purpose rthcin to form their cocoons upon; thus ;ivinginuch expense for machinery and lum or which is used in colder climates. The ri'prietor has land sutlicient to feed millions ninthly, but at present he can accommodate ,it from 3 to 400,000 at a time. When his .resent arrangements are completed he will ave a constant succession of heavy crops; jgs hatching, and worms winding up the same .ay, and thus be able to keep his reelers in onstaut practice. During the months of anuary, February aud March, but little e(!in" will be done. The trees then undcr- o a kind of winter. This time however is lade profitable on the plantation in other vavs. This business requires great care and pcr vcrancc, and constant attention night and Jay. Vet it is of s...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 30 October 1841

JUL 84 THE POLYNESIAN. MARSHALL & JOHNSON Have for Sale Brown Linen. Super Webb Braces. Su per India Rubber Braces. Cotton Bandan na Hdkfs. Large Cotton Flag Hdkfs. Im itation Pongee Hdkfs Colored Cotton Half Hose. White Cotton Half Hose. Imita tion Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Super Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Large Choppas. White and Brown Linen Thread. Russia Sheet ing. Havens Duck. White Linen Drills. French Linen. Mourning Lawns. .Black Bombazine. Colored Bombazine. Russia Diaper. Check JMusliu. Jaconet Muslin. Check Cambric. Stripe Cambric. White Cambric. Super White Linen. Birds Kyo Diaper. Linen Damask. Printed Linen Drills. Stripe Linen Drills. Assorted See ing Silk. Stay Lacings. Pearl Shirt But tons. White Suspender Buttons. Pea Jacket Buttons. Figured Vest Buttons. Figured Coat Buttons. Black Silk Cravats. Patent Pins. Crash. Mous. do Lainc. Vcstmgs. Pantaloon Check. Summer Cloth Plaid Crape de Lyons. Fine Erminet. Broadcloth, Black. Satin Stripe Chally. Ladies' Gloves. Ladies Scar...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 November 1841

i TIE POLYNESIAN 'EH. 'sistf Href I-inl nr. r, J. JAUV12S, Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1811. Vol. 2 IVo. S. : o m m u x i c a t n 1). Sill In J tf. ri on For tho Polynesian. Honolulu, Oct. 1841. Mn Kditok The next point in order vliich rails for particular notice is the raiisnetion concerning M. Maigret. In !io Supplement the following oath is rc onled as taken before the British Con ul. " I, Louis Maigret, do hereby make ith that I never attempted to conceal ram the authorities at the Sandwich Is- inds that I am a priest. Nor did I ever lirectly or indirectly endeavor to make it pnear that I was not a subject of r ranee. is statement as to the point of attempt il concealment is essentially the same in !n history as in the above oath. Kaahu- naiiu says in her letter to M. Dudoit res iccting M. Maigret, "lie concealed from lie his country and his being a priest as ho' he wished to land privately and dwell i!id we" could not remove him and when he mild no longer conceal, he staled t...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 November 1841

86 THE POLYNESIAN. November, lieve from till the light wo can obtain that! to arms are now made the subject of pro tlie design was to fix themselves at the tractcd negociation and amicably settled. Islands, or failing in its accomplishment We cannot but admire the spirit anil prin to complain to the French government oficiplcs embodied in the address of the new the violation of the treaty. Wc do not minister Guizot. It breathes the spirit of see that there was any infraction of the peace calculated to soften and heal. It treaty in the rejection of Mr Mainret as a speaks of conquests but they are conquests Roman Catholic priest. The Hawaiian j of minds not bodies, of hearts and not ter- government did no more than any Euro pean power would have done under simi lar circumstances. The treaty was sim- maintenancc of EACE rilories, of the EVEHV WHERE A NO ALWAYS." Had SUCll principles predominated in the councils of ply a common commercial arrangement j France a few years since, the Hawa...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 November 1841

1841.) THE POLYNESIAN. 87 seldom present, the magistrates do not scruple to use the sword of the blind God dess with indiscriminating zeal. On the morning of our first arrival, a Californian killed his wife in a fit of drunken rage, and before sundown was himself shot without judge or jury. Another American was taken prisoner this day for having made some remarks not very complimen tary to the government, which being over heard by some of the spies, the poor fel low was presented with a pair of bracelets and sent on to Santa Barbara to join tle prison Barque, which had sailed for that port. This is a government under which I should not desire to live. I much pre fer the sway of His Hawaiian Majesty Ka- mchamcha III, to the fickle and unjust lomimon of the ' powers that be in California. THE POLYNESIAN. Honolulu, Saturday, Nov. 6, 1811. F IRE. About 9 o'clock on Wednesday night last, the ship Gloucester, Capt. Easterbrook, ly ing in the harbor ready for sea, was discov ered to be on ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 November 1841

83 THE POLYNESIAN. No EMr.i:R MARSHALL & JOHNSON Have for Sale Drown Linen. Super Webb Rraces. Su per India Rubber Braces. Cotton Randan na Hdkfs. Large Cotton Flag Hdkfs. Im itation Pongee 1 Idkfa Colored Cotton Halt' Hose. White Cotton Half Hose. Imita tion Linen Cambric. Hdkfs. Super Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Large Choppas. White and Brown Linen Thread. Russia Short ing. Ravens Duck. White Linen Drills. French Linen. Mourning Lawns.' Black Bombazine. Colored Bombazine. Russia Diaper. Chock Muslin. Jaconet Muslin Check Cambric. Stripe Cambric. White Cambric. Super White Linen. Birds Kye Diaper Linen Damask. Printed Linen Drills. Stripe Linen Drills. Assorted Sew ing Silk. Stay Lacings. Pearl Shirt But tons. White Suspender Buttons. Pea Jacket Buttons. Figured Vest Buttons. Figured Coat Buttons. Black Silk Cravats. Patent Pins. Crash. Mous. de Laine. Vestings. Pantaloon Check. Summer Cloth Plaid Crape de Lyons. Fine Erminet. Broadcloth, Black. Satin Stripe Chally. Ladies' Cloves. La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 November 1841

I T 7 H 2l Ld iL JLn PCI AN Bid J. J. JATCVI2S, Editor. CO M M U MCATlll). S AT H U 2 AY, IV O V E 11 15 E'i II IS, 18-11. Vol. 2. IVo. 221. Honolulu, Oct. 1911. ' Mu Editor. Wc shall now pass from the consideration of the history to notice one point in the Supplement. The' wri ter takes especial pains to make it appear that the chiefs were hostile to the French as such. Nothing can be more unjust or ungenerous than this attempt to excite the suspicions anil ill-will of a powerful and sensitive people, jealous of their hon or againt a powerless one: The writer had long lived protected and-unmolested upon the domains of the Hawaiian kins, ami this is a specimen of his return; Ex cepting the gentlemen attached to the Catholic mission we cannot ascertain that for many years past there have been any French subjects residing at the Sandwich Islands. There may have been some ab sconding sailors, but if any they arc few. It is said that Mr Dudoit, the French Consul is a British subject fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 November 1841

90 THE POLYNESIAN. November of a dozen of the villainous soldiers of the country, who had lately been showing their aflection lor mv countrvmen. and by whom I was being strongly urged to puss the night in the little building I have mentioned. Knowing how much easier it is to get into a Spanish prison than to get out of one, I resisted all their entrea ties, and gave my reasons for it in very good English, with which they did not appear at all satisfied. Dr. 11. however, one of our arty, who had seen me in my interesting predicament, sent for the Al calde of the town, who is a Scotchman by birth, and who soon came to enquire the cause of my rude treatment. An explan ation took place, when it seemed that the whole " head and front of my offending" was my having passed over the little wooden bridge before mentioned on horseback, waich is " tabooed by the gov ernment ! The soldiers had probably re ceived orders to seize every foreigner on any plausible pretext, and thus I was made to su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 November 1841

I I 1 i- it it h h e o )fl ! 0 It t- ;e m le ts e Is at 8 tc :n s. g ts ro at he iat ;r itl 1341-1 THE. POLYNESIAN. 91 arecbsely connected with those of the peo ple have much increased. No one can visit ,ny of the islands at intervals of a year or more and not be convinced of a steady and progressive change for the better; the naked arc now clothed, goods arc carried almost to I the door of every hut, and any article of Ha waiian industry which can be converted into cash in this or any other country, received in exchange. In all the various departments of business, by their cheapness of living, and advantages derived from nationality, they' are enabled to compete successfully with the whites. In the retail store trade, they have already engaged, and with a success which threatens in a few years to set aside most foreign competition. They can buy equally as cheap, and having no high rents to pay, or great expenses of family, afford to sell much cheaper.' In a few years it is to be pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 November 1841

92 THE POLYNESIAN. November American mid China ool, FOR SALE HY JOUX X. C01X01U). A largo assortment of Amkuican Goods, suitable for this market. also Powcliong and Pckoc Teas. Camphor Trunks. Manila Hats. Black Silk. Black Satin. Black Silk Handkerchiefs. Honolulu, Aug. 20th, 1811. tf. MARSHALL & JOHNSON HAVE FOR SALE 25 Chests Superior Pckoc Tea. 20 Piculs Manila Colleo. 5 Kegs Long Twist Tobacco. 5 Boxes Short Twist Tobacco. Best Cavendish Tobacco. Fine Cut Tobacco. 301. Spanish and Spanish Cigars. 23 doz. Claret Wine. 50 doz. Old Port Wine. 10 qr. Casks S. Madeira Wine. G qr. Casks Madeira Wine. G qr. Casks Sherry Wine. 50 doz. Champagne Cider. 300 h Boxes Soap, No. 1. 20 Boxes Soap, No. 1 . 35 Boxes Window Glass. 1 1 Bales Brown Sheeting. 1G Cases Am. and Eng. Prints. G Cases Bleached Sheeting. 2 Bales Union Ticks. . 2 Bales Suffolk Drills. 2 Cases 4-4 Blue Cotton. 20 Kegs Nails, assorted. August 1G. tf. PEIRCE & BREWER ommf08(ou iWcvcljantsj, Honolulu, Island of Oahuf ...

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