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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 November 1846

114 THE POLYNESIAN, - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1840. Sixth. From asking payment from any person for rendering services which it is their duty to rendor. Seventh. From deciding demands and quarrels be tween private persons, imposing penalties of any kind and under any pretence, or abusing any one by word or deed, their duty being only to tnke mea sures of socurity with the persons whom they appre hend. Or the Responsibility or the Corps and MODE or RENDERING THEM ErFECTIVK. 40. The police corps shall bo held responsible for rob beries made outside of any building under their watch and within its reach, if committed by perfo rating the walls, breaking the doors and windows, or by excalado. 41. That this responsibility may he made effec tive, the first commander shall give a bond of $800; the second, of $500; each of the lieutenants, of 400; each of the corporals, of $150, graduated by the Governor. 12. Previous to the indemnification of any- robbe ry, it is requisite that it shall be de...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 November 1846

i THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1840. 115 And Him that hath, to him ihall be given." This scriptural proverb, in tho present peculiar age, is illustrated in greater or less degree from day to day and from year to year, and it is ob served continually in tlio great struggle for wealth constantly going on in citios, and in ail tho varied ra mifications of the ceaseless struggle. The Americans are said to be the most active, money-making race on the earth, and their love of the almighty dol. lar" is held up in England as the sole motive of their enterprise and exertion. We have observed the love of the potential pound manifested with as much in tensity amongst the British at that of the dollar amongst the Americans, as seen especially in th?ir stock and manufacturing operations and other ichemes of individual aggrandizement. The New York Commercial has an admirable article on this mbject so much to the point that we have reduced it as follows. Boston Transcript. The most strik...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 November 1846

4 116 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1846. REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAINA. The clipper Bchooner KAMEIIAME IIA III., Captain Antonia, having fine accommodations, will run regular ly botvveen this port and Lahaina. ex- . ... - . . cept wiivu required on ms Majesty service. Her days of departure from Honolulu, as near aa can be calculated upon, will be Tuesdays and Satur days, at 6, P. M.; from Lahaina, Monday and Fri day evenings. She will carry mails and take freight and passengers. Apply to Captain on board or to J. PIIKOI. Honolulu, Oct 10, 1846. tf NEW GOODS! JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. 4VD FOR SALE BY GEORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN. A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of the following, viz Glass and Earthenware of all descriptions, Brass Bedsteads and Sofas, (the bedsteads with mosquito curtains complete,) Green Baize, Blankets, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or nnnlitv. ' India Rubber and Cotton Braces, Clothes, Huir, Tooth, Blacking, White...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 December 1846

THE POLYNESIAN Vol, 3,1 HONOLULU, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1846, I No. 29, I - - - , 1 m THE POLYNESIAN The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government. ! puuuaiicu cc.ijr bi rionoiuiu, uahu, H. I. J. J JAHVES, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. per annum; 6 months, 13,60; 3 months, 92, payable in advance single copies 12 1-2 cts Advkhtibino. A square, 92 lor first three insertions, 60 cents for each continuance : more than half a square, and less than a whole, 1,50 for first three insertions, 30 cents for each continuance j half a square or less, il for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. ICO. Less amountat proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK to JOB PHIHTIITO, SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Hills, Catalogues, TSills of Exchange. Circulars, Bills of Lading, Handbills, Consular lUnnks, Dill Heads, Hlunk Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS KICKER & JOHNSON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 December 1846

118 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1840. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, DECEMBER 5, 1846. ;cy The 28tli ultimo was the third anniversary of the declaration by the Governments of Great Britain and France of their engagement, reciprocal ly, to consider the Sandwich Islands as an Indepen dent State, and never to take possession, neither di rectly nor under the title of Protectorate, nor under any other form, of any p-rt of the territory of which they are composed. It appears by the document itself, that that en gagement was based on the consideration of the ex istenco in the Sandwich Islands of a Government ca pable of providing for the regularity of its relations with foreign nations. As the high contracting parties did not ttato what particular foaturcs or traits, in the character of the Government or people, had led them to so favorable a consideration of their capability, their meaning must be sought in the natural sense of the legularity of their relations with foreign nations. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 December 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1840. 119 China and Orkoon. In a letter received in the United States, from Dr. Macgowan, Baptist Missionary in China, he Bays : The physiognomy of the Chinese, especially those of Tartar origin, so closely resembles that of our Aboriginess, that 1 find no difficulty in g:ving credenco to tho theory which makes tho northern part of Asia the point from which tho'Amcrican continent was first settled. A number of junks from the neighboring island of Japan, have recently been wrecked on the isles of the Pacific, and on the west coast of the American continent; and that which has for ages been the re result of accident, may become an extensive system. It is not unreasonable to anticipate that an emigra tion will yet take place from China to America equal to, if not greater, than any that has been known from Europe. I verituro to predict that the population of the Pacific States will be compos ed in no small degree of Chinese. A channel for emigration...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 December 1846

120 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1846. KKGULAR PACKET FOR LAHAINA. Tho clipper schooner KAMEHAME JIA III., Captain Antonia, having fine accommodations, will run regular ly between this port and Laliaina, ex- cept wntm required on ms xviajcsty s service. Her days of departure from Honolulu, as near as can bo calculated upon, will be Tuesdays and Satur days, at 5, P. M.; from Lahaina, Monday and Fri day evenings. She will carry mails and take freight and passengers. Apply to Captain on board or to J. PIIKOI. Honolulu, Oct 10, 1846. tf FOR SALK. The Schooner PIIA, (Victoria) of 68 tons per Register, built at the Society Islands. She is riceed as a topsail Bdiooiicr, and well known as a good sea boat. Apply to the MINISTER OF FINANCE. Treasury Office, 14th Nov., 1846. FOR SALE. The Schooner HOOAKA1KA, of about 50 tons burthen. She u fore-and-aft rijzced, and well known as a fast sailer. Apply to tne MINISTER OF FINANCE. Treasury Orpice, 14th Nov., 1846. FOR SALE. The good Sloop...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 December 1846

K I IN TTTT TT73 TTTi n it tyx tat ma Ot tt a -kvt Vol, 3, j HONOLULU, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1846', No. 30, THE POLYNESIAN, The Official Journal of tho Hawaiian Government, is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. J. J. JAHVES, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. $6 per annum? 6 months, t3,50; 3 months, 82, payable in advance 5 single copies 12 1-2 ots Advehtisino. A square, 12 for tirst three insertions, 50 cents for each continuance j more than half a square, and less than a whole, 1,50 tor first three insertions, 30 cents for eacli continuance j half a square or less, 81 for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column, fifii). Less amounts at proportionate rotes. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS. Lines TO A YOU!0 MAN WHO PREMEDITATED SUICIDE. BY WILLIAM GARDNER. Stay, mortal, stay, hold thy impetuous hand ; Is life thy own, with which thou now would'st part? Taiise for a while, e...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 December 1846

122 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1846. H tl n rx r r if rnot A v i n jj rub i i loi aii HONOLULU. SATURDAY. DEC. 12, 1846. Declaration of Great Britain and France to respect the Independence of the Iiawai lan Islands. The announcement tnado by Great Britain to the Government of the United States, of her intention to acknowledge the independence of the Sandwich Islands, led Mr. Upshur, by direction of the Presi dent, on the 5th July, 1843, to tend to the British Minister a reply, concluding as follows : "The United States take a deep interest in the condition of these Islands, so important from their geographical position to American citizens engaged in the fisheries and other lawful pursuits in the North Pacific Ocean, and hence the President await d with lively concern the course whieh Her Majes ty's Government should adopt with respect to the occurrences referred to. He entertained a confident expectation, strengthened by his knowledge of the reception which had been giv...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 December 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1846. 123 posed he will receive a reinforcement from the Sac ramento district, of some 200 men, making in all, about 500. He takes with him two pieces of artil lery, and intends marching direct to the Pueblo de los Angeles, and no doubt, will, with the assistance of the naval forces, put down all further insurrection in California, against the American government, as all his men are w ell armed and provided for, the most of whom are volunteers, and are well paid by the U. S. government. It is reported that 1000 mounted riflemen are on their way from Santa Fe, to join Col. Fremont. Don Pablo Norieger, late administiador, was ar rested at a farm about 40 miles from Monterey, on the 5th Nov., by an American party; cause .un known. He was still in prison when the Don Quix ote left Monterey. Mr. James MoKinlay was arrested on his arrival at Monterey by land from St. Luis Obispo, (cause unknown), and was kept in closo confinement. The brig Juanita ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 December 1846

124 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1846. REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAINA. The clipper schooner KAMEHAME HA III., Captain Antonia, having tine accommodations, will run regular ly between this port and Labaina, ex cept wnen required on His Majesty's service. Her days of departure from Honolulu, as near as can be calculated upon, will be Tuesdays and Satur days, at 5, P. M.; from Labaina, Monday and Fri day evenings. She will carry mails and take freight and passengers. Apply to Captain on board or to J. PIIKOI. Honolulu, Oct 10, 1846. tf FOR SALE. The Schooner PIIA, (Victoria) of 63 tons per Register, built at the Society Islands. She in riaied a a .a toDsai, schooner, and well known as a good sea boat. Apply to the MINISTER OF FINANCE. Treasury Office, 14th Nov., 1846. FOR SALE. The Schooner HOOAKAIKA, of about 60 tons burthen. She is fore-and-aft rigged, and well known as a fast sailer. i . i Appiy io ine MINISTER OF FINANCE. Treasury Ofpice, 14th Nov., 1S4G. FOR SALE. The good ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 December 1846

-T If POILYYNIE S I i E VOI, 3,1 HONOLULU, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1846, iNo, 31, THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government. is puDiisnea weemy at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. J. J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. S6 per annum; 6 months, $3,50 j 3 months, 82, payable in advance j single copies 12 1-2 cts Advertising. A square, ti for first three insertions, 50 cems ior ettcu continuance : more man hlt a square, ami loss than a whole, 1, GO tor first three insertions, 30 cents for each continuance ; half a square or less, 9l for first three insertions, 2G cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. 60. Less amounts at proportionate rates., CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK & JOB FHHTTING, SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Hills, Catalogues, Hills of Exchange, Circulars, Hills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Hlanks, Hill Heads, Hlank Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS RICHER & JO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 December 1846

126 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1846. THEvPOL YNESI AN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. DEC. 19, 1846. Declaration of Great Britain and France to respect the Independence of the Hawaiian Islands. Reminding our readers of . what we have said in our Nob. 28 and 29, we proceed to remark that those foreign officials who have created for themselves and for others so much trouble, by seeking to interfere beyond what is compatible with the King's sove reignty, attempt no defence upon the law of nations, but seek to justify themselves upon other grounds. We shall now touch upon as many of these grounds as have come, tn any credible shape to our knowledge. 1. It has been assumed that the joint engagement of Great Britain and France, wus based upon the confidence of these Great Powers, that all questions, civil and criminal, within the Islands, would be de cided by juries. We are not aware that either Great Britain or France ever made trial by jury the condition of the recognition of any natio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 December 1846

on the same by Bailing vessels and havini? ascer dined the existence of extensive beds of coal, avail- able lor steamers, in the province of Cherokee, in the Isthmus of Panama-and that steamers of 600 tons could ascend the river Chagres, up to the mouth 01 tne river iriniaaa, and the- facility of making ( good road from that point to Panama. Mr. Whi.l wright left for England, and arrived in London in May, 1843. It appears that one great, if not the main object v, . . TIBU i0 England, was to effect the completion of the line of steamers to Panama wmcn naa aiway. been the grand feature of his pro jcct. TTiifnrtunAf aIv. tlmt ...i' .a . uiiiiiouiaiciy aner nig arri val in London, a misunderstanding arose between him and the Board there, which ended in his dismissal from the company's employment, on the 7th of Oc tober, of the same year. But after an appeal had been made to the public, by pamphlets published on both sides, it docs not appear that that misunderstanding seriously affected...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 December 1846

- ; r THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY; DECEMBER 19, 1848. 128 REGULAR PACKET FOU LAIIAINA. The clipper schooner KAMEII AME HA III., Captain. Awtonia, having fine accommodations, will run regular ly between this port and Lahaina, ex cept when required on Ilia Majesty's service. Her days of departure from Honolulu, as near as can be calculated upon, will be Tuesdays and Satur days, at 5, P. M.S from Lahaina, Monday and Fri day evenings. She will carry mails and take freight and passengers. ' '" : Apply to Captain on board or to J. PIIKOI. . Honolulu, Oct 10, 1846. tf JFOR 8AL13. Hie Schooner PIIA, (Victoria) of 63 tons per Register, built at the Society Islands. She is rinsed as a topsail schooner, and well known as a good sea boat. Apply to the MINISTER OF FINANCE. Treasury Office, 14th Nov., 1846. I'OIl SALE. The Schooner HOOAKAIKA, of about 50 tona burthen. She is fore-and-aft ringed, and well known as a fast sailer. Apply to the MINISTER OF FINANCE. Treasury Office, 14th Nov., 1846. Ik F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 December 1846

r I III I l. '.'v ; ' 7'..:- ; V 4 A f "TA T .".: TTT" -T-T-, M IA fCltf ' -v " ? I-?"' Volt 3i ' - - - s. T;v HONOLULU, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 184G, I No, 32. . . i . THE PO L Y M F.ST A M The Official Journal of the" Hawaiian Government, U published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. L J. J. JAXIVSQ, BDITOH. TERMS OfItHE POLYNESIAN. SBBsc!FTio.-t6 per annum t 6 months, 13,60 j 3 moQlhi , 92, payable in advance j single copies 12 1-2 cts Advbbtisiito. A equate, 2 for first three insertions, SO cents for each continuance t more than half a square, mJ less than a whole, tl,60 for first three insertions, 30 cents for each continuance r half a square or less, ll for first three insertions, 23 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column, 160. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E: HITCHCOCK. PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK JOB PRINTHTO-. . --y Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, Bill Heads, SCCH AS Shop Dills, Hills of Exchange, Bil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 December 1846

" . - a k 1 ! I! 130 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DGEMBER 1846. T UK; POLY N E S TA N. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. DEC. 26, 1846. Dccinrntion of Great Uritnin and France to respect the Independence of the Hawaiian .t , Islands. We continue our remarks upon this topic, from . NosI 29, 30 and 31. ' It would be preposterous to suppose that previous to the solemn engagement in which she entered with Groat Britain, France had not possessed he r ' self of nearly the same information as that which the former power had obtained, or that she entered into that engagement with a different understanding. We are aware that a certain gentleman, not the Consul of France, who professes to be in the arcana ofall Cabinets in regard to theso Islands, very sig nificantly hints that France will not tolerate the employment of foreign officers by King Ktmehame ha III., but against his opinion wo may fairly set the contrary example, as already shown, of the French Consul, of Rear Admiral Hamclin, and of all the Admir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 December 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER farcical ordeal of a passage by the Legislature," the author professing to have his information from an intelligent quarter." If it were true that secret or , unpublished documents could be procured from our office, either directly of indirectly, it would certainly reflect upon our official care and very justly involve us with those from whom we fecoive so responsible a trust. Desirous, therefore, of ascertaining the correctness of the assertion which we have'quoted from tne journal, and which we had also heard ver bally asserted, we addressed the following note to tonsui uenerat wiuer : " The Director of the Government Press presents his compliments to Consul General Miller, and bees leave to call his attention to a paragraph in tho ar ticlo signed "A Foreign Resident," in tho S I News" of the 16th inst.. stating that tho author had "receivod from an intelligent quarter" the informa tion that" the laws were actually printed before they underwent t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 December 1846

'A 132 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28,'; 1846. REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAINA. The clipper schooner KAMEHAME HA III., Captain Antonia, having fine accommodations, will run regular ly between this port and Lahaina, ex- cept wiien required on ms juajesty's service. Her days of departure from Honolulu, as near as can be calculated upon, will be Tuesdays and Satur days, at 5, P. M.; from Lahaina, Monday and Fri day evenings. ' She will carry mails and take freight and passengers. - Apply to Captain on board or to J. PIIKOI. Honolulu, Oct 10, 1846. tf FOR SALE. The Schooner PIIA, (Victoria) of 63 tons per Register, built at the Society Islands. She is ringed as a topsail schooner, and well known as a good eca boat. Apply to the MINISTER OF FINANCE. Treasury Office, 14th Nov., 1846. FOR SALE. The Schooner HOOAKAIKA, of about 50 tons burthen. She is fore-and-aft rigged, and well known as a fast sailer. Apply to the MINISTER OF FINANCE. Treasury Ofpice, 14th Nov., 1846. FOR SALE. The go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 January 1847

3 (D) L N H H A N A Vol, HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1847, I No. 33, IP '3, -v. v THE POLYNESIAN" The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. J. J. JAHVEO, SDXTOXl. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. 16 per annum t 6 months, 13,60 3 months, 92, payable in advance single copies 12 1-2 cts Advertising. A square, 12 for first three insertions, 50 cents for each continuance more than hslf a square, snd less than a whole, 11,60 for first three insertions, 30 cents for each continuance half a square or less, Si for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. 960. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. "Ihjsiness cards. BOOK to JOB FMWTING, SUCH AS Shop Bills, THE POLYNESIA. vation may bo bestowed on all parts of the garden. or me garaen may De utterly neglected. In one gar- VZfT Education is a subject annually attracting den you ma...

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