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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 March 1847

174 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1847. Simpson published his pamphlet, as we have been credibly informed, in a pet, to relieve himself of a load of vexation and disappointment, mixed up w ith not a little animosity to sundry parties, which was well nigh bursting him. This much must we say for it. Barring sprinkling of inconsistent statements and arguments, it is, in one sense, cleverly done. It is brief, and shows vigor of thought and political penetration. His conceptions and plans were well enough formed, but he failed in execution. As a Yankee would say, he carried too much steam, con sequently scalded himself as frequently as others. One striking feature is everywhere apparent. Not easily gammoned himself, hut quick in seeing things as they actually were, he tells the truth when he wishes its effect, with a plainness that borders on rudeness. Thus of Mr. Bingham, he nays, he was ",a man of much talent and energy, who hnd a sin cere and disinterested desire for the welfare...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 March 1847

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY MARCH 13, 1847. 175 Makawao, East Maui, Feb. 15, 1847. Editor Polynetian : Dear Sir : An affecting casualty lately occurred on the plantation of Mr. McLane, which has filled many hearts with sorrow. Makahiki, a fine boy of 15 years, and a very promising pupil in the station school, a candidate for the seminary 'at Lahai naluna, jumped into one of Mr. McLane's carts, which was employed in carrying cane to the mill. In descending a gentle declivity, the oxen turned from the road, and running down the hill, came in contact with a large stone, which overturned the cart. The boy was thrown with great violence sev ral feet from the cart, and instantly killed. 1 have just reterned from the burial of the child, where I addressed the largest audience that I have ever seen at Makawao on a funeral occasion, from the words of the weeping prophet, For he doth not afflict willingly, nor grieve the children of men." May thin painful dispensation of Providence be sanctified...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 March 1847

176 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1847. ' E. Ac If, CHIMES. OFFER for sale the following assortment of New Goods, at low prices, received by late arrivals from Boston, suitable for the Ldands, Ore gon or California Markets. Sheetings and shirtings, stripes, tickings, . Am. and Eng. prints, long cloths, balzorines, Pantaloon and coat stuffs, &c, &c. Boiled linseed oil, spts. turpentine, blk. varnish, Seidlitz powders, sup. carb. soda,crm. of tartar, Bath tubs, white lead, paint brushes, Black paint, chrome yellow, green paint, Venetian red, &c, &c, &c. Superior snuirin bottles, starch, cloves, Mace, pimento, pepper, Cayenne, sahcratus, Ground ginger, cigars, shot, Stoughton's elixir, Assorted sauces, fancy soap, Copper, double and single blocks, mast hoops, Belaying pins, 1 iron pump, coal tar, pitch, Rosin, tarred cordage, Manila cordage, Marlin spikes, caulking iron?, ship's scrapers, Twine, signal and other lanterns, Horse, shoe, deck, scrub, dust, cloth,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 March 1847

- i ...r-m, ,,,,,, ,. f.-.. , Vol.-"8.1 THE POLYNFST A XT' The OfficiaUournal of the Hawaiian Government, iB iiiiu nccAiy i nonoiuiu, Uahu, II. I. J. J. JAHVEO. X3DXTOXI. , TERMS OF THE Pni.VNPcuw . Subscription.-? per annum j 6 months, 93.60 1 3 ' r-j 7 i single copies vi i-jj cts Advertising. A square, t2 for first thfee insertions 60 cents for each continuance : more than half a square and less than a whole, 91,50 for first three insertions 30 rents for each continuance j half a square or less. 9i'for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. Bv the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. 960. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK. PRINTER. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1847, I No. ;44, 4rjM0MB)BB9aBBBBBBBBBMBHpMMH THE , POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. MARCH 20, 1847. THE SANDWICH ISLANDS Progress or Events since their Discovery by Capt. Cook Their Occvpation by Lord Geo. PauL,EJ"X Valu" and Importance, by ALEXANDER SIMPSON, Esq., l...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 March 1847

178 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH SO, 1847. Estate of French & Greenway. ' Honolulu, 17tt March, 1847. ' Sir : Aa the affairs of my unfortunate estate have occupied so much of - the public attention since the 7th of April, 1842, and had become interwoven with political questions of great moment, I feel it a duty to say, through you, a tew words to the public on the occasion of the reversion of my remaining property, as announced on the 9th of February. That announcement showed a reversion to me, amounting to $44,134; but from that have to be de ducted the following, viz.: Amount borrowed to enable me to pay off . Mr. Starkey's claim, $10,000 Amount of liabilities to sundries still to be paid, say ! 4,500 This sum, to cover expenses of legal refer ences abroad, 5,000 This sum, being the charge made by Mr. Pclly and Mr. Paty, as receivers, for which they have kindly allowed me one year's credit, 2,400 Total $21,900 Leaving a true surplus of $22,334 after the payments mentioned h...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 March 1847

Important Foreign Intelllrenc. Mexico. By the Santa Cru we received Mexicans papers into December. From them we are enabled to glean a few additional particulars rel ative to the war. Much enthusiasm pervaded Mex ico, and Santa Ana had obtained large loans, par ticular! from the clergy. Even the women worked on the fortifications, and the prospect before Gen. Taylor was that of a long and tedious guerilla war, as it was supposed Santa Ana would aoid a pitch ed battle. Much courtesy prevailed between the two chiefs, and the prisoners of war were well treat ed. Santa Ana had strongly fortified San Luis had there 52 pieoes of artillery. In Nov. 2000 trooM the advanced guard of Gen. Patterson's corps of DOUU men, toon possession of Tampico. 25th of No vember, an American steamer with munitions of war was lost off Vera Cruz. The Armistice of Monterey had been disapproved by the United States, and Gen. Taylor ordered to advance. The State of Durango was being laid waste by Indians. Tobas ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 March 1847

180 THE POLYNESIAN; SATURDAY, MARCH ."20, 1847.'.' t - E. A II. GRIMES. 4' TKFFEIl for sale the following assortment of X,sw Goods, at low prices, received by late arrivals from Boston, suitable for the Islands, Ore gon or California Markets. Sheetings and shirtings, stripes, tickings, Am. and Eng. prints, long cloths, balzorines, Pantaloon and coat stuffs, &c., &c. Boiled linseed oil; spts. turpentine, blk. varnish, Seidlitz powders, sup. carb. soda , crm. of t arta r, Bath tuba, white lead, paint brushes, , , Black paint, chrome yellow, green paint, Venetian red, &c.t &c, &c. , Superior snuff in bottles, starch, cloves, Mace, pimento, pepper, Cayenne, saheratus, -Ground ginger, cigars, shot, Stoughtou's elixir, Assorted sauces, fancy soap, Copper, double and single blocks, mast hoops, Belaying pins, 1 iron pump, coal tar, pitch, , . i Rosin, tarred cordage, Manila cordage, . , Marlin spikes, caulking irons, ship's scrapers, Twine, signal and other lanterns, Hor...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 March 1847

.11 JlSI ; VoL 3,1 THE POLYNFfii a kt The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, rv..o..vu nvtnij ai JIUIlOIUlU, UatlU, II. I, J. J. JAHVBO, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. S"ciptio. t6 per annum i 6 months, 13,50; 3 ' ' r -i , niiigie copies VI 1-a CIS Adwitihjh -A square, i for first three insertions. 50 cents for each continuance t more than half a square aaJ less than a whole, ii.GO fur first three insertions. 30 cents for each continuance j half a square or less. ti for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. Bv ihn vpnr. mora thnn half ...! . , ' ceuine; a whole y """'" ai pruporuonaie rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK. PRINTER. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1847, ilNo. 45, BOOK & JOB PRIWTIWG, Pamphlets. Catalogues. Circulars. Handbills. Bill Heads. -SUCH AS Shop hills, Bills of Exchange, mils of Lading, Consular Blanks, lllauk Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and dispatch. EVERETT & CO., OOIYUVEISSXOXX MERCHANTS AND DE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 March 1847

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1847. ha last four of thu riven cub. and find in the "W, . hat cube it is the last figure of, and take the corresponding cube root for the lent figure. Thus 405,224 343 nearest cube. 4 last figure of cube. 7 root of 1st fig. 64 cube, cube. 4 root of second fig. 74 cube root required. Table. Cube Root. Cube. 1 1 2 8 3 27 '4' 64 .5 125 . 6 216 7 343 8 512 ' 9 729 10 1000 A sculptor, far outstripping the proteges of Euro pean aristocracy, and rivaling the loftiest genius of olden times, has already gone forth from our green hills, and literally carved out a name more endur ing than monuments wrought by human hands a name which for future ages shall make Vermont classic ground : and in T. H. Saflbrd Jr., who knows but we have a mathematician, who, if bless ed with life and health, shall stand unrivaled by the proudest talents of ancient or modern times i THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. MARCH 27, 1847. JCF By the Argo, 16 days from Mazatlan, we hav...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 March 1847

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. MARCH 27, 1847. COT The language used in the " Ratification" the British Treaty by (lie British Government, can not fail of carrying convection to the most skeptical, that Great Britain does intend, faithfully and truly, to respect the independence of this kingdom. The silly reports set afloat to the contrary, ore a libel upon her good faith, and, as we believe, intentions. England, at the present juncture, can have no other wish than to see these islands independent and flour ishing under their own government. Such is the signification of the treaty, and the solemn and em phatic ratification is an earnest that England does in tend to respect our independence, and so far as lies in her power, cause other nations to do the same. The treaty itself, in articles 3 and 6, is not so sat isfactory as we could wish. Virtually thev limit the King's independence by restrictions upon his'prero gatives. The first implies consular interference with his courts of justice...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 March 1847

184 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY MARCH 27, 1847. ft it '! K. & II. GIIIMES. OFFER for sale the following assortment of New Goods, at low prices, received by late arrivals from Boston, suitable for the Islands, Ore on , or California Markets. Sheetings and shirtings, stripes, tickings, : Am. and Eng. prints, long cloths, balzorines, Pantaloon and coat stuffs, &c, &c. Boiled linseed oil, spts. turpentine, blk. varnish, " ' Seidlitt powders, sup. carb. soda, crm. of tartar, K Bath tub, white lead, paint brushes, 1 Black paint, chrome yellow, green paint, l' Venetian red, &c, &c., &c. v Superior snuff in bottles, starch, cloves, Mace, pimento, pepper, Cayenne, sakeratus, ' '" Ground ginger, cigars, shot, Stoughton's elixir, Assorted sauces, fancy soap, '- Copper, double and single blocks, mast hoops, ' Belaying pins, 1 iron pump, coal tar, pitch, Rosin, tarred cordage, Manila cordage, Martin spikes, caulking irons, ship's scrapers, Twine, signal and other lanterns, H...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 April 1847

rm TTTT TTTJ IP (OIL YNESIAN o , Vol, 3,i HONOLULU, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1847. I No. 46. ' - " Sassaaw . a. . THE POL Y NT F.ST A r ' Its A 1 f The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. J. J. JAIXVSO. SDXTOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. --96 per annum t 6 month, 13,60 j 3 months, 12, payable in adrance j single copies 12 1-2 cts Advertising. A square, 2 for first three insertions, 50 cents for each continuance i more than hslf a square, and less than a whole, 1, 60 for first three ingenious. 30 rents for each continuance j half a square or less, 81 for first three insertions, 23 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. BOOK to JOB FBIHTIHG, SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, Dills of Exchange, Circulars, Dills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Dlanks, Dill Heads, Blank Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS AND AD...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 April 1847

186 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1847. . THE POLYNKSIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY., APRIL 3, 1847. . ' ICP It needs no prophet's vision to forge that California and its neighbor Oregon are destined to - become to the North Pacific what Chile in to the South Pacific populous, flourishing, and important State, with the advantage over the latter of institu tions based upon the purer foundation of Anglo Sax on liberty and morals. Whatever terms Mexico may make with the United States, it is universally con ceded that California will not go back to the imbe cile and corrupt rule of Mexico. Inadequate to its government, .with a population of 10,000 souls of her own Spanish American stock, she becomes dou bly so, with its addition of myriads spoaing the English tongue and born and reared among the self stimulating institutions of theUnitod States; so that, should the United State consent to forego the ad vantages of their conquest, her own citzens now and thought in the endeavor to chow tha...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 April 1847

'.'V 3 - ' - ...j."- r JliSI A N i " " I : 1 . . 7"i.T 1 j . . - . SATURDAY, APRni;3, ' 1&7. Nv iAttt Valmcy, March 26th, 1847. To the Editor of the Polynesian : " ' Sir, In the Sandwich Islands News of the 24th inst; I perceive free remark have been made by the editor on the subject of the recent negotiations of the Hawaiian Government with Great Britain and France, in which I had the honor to be an actor. ' . It is ia that paper stated that France proposed to Englandto retain exclusive possession of the Sand wich Islands, and release Franco from the restric tions of the Protectorate treaty in respect to the So ciety Islands.'-:';' ,'t , . ..:.. .. - . , It is also stated that the news of the restoration of the Hawaiian Flag by Admiral Thomas" arrived in London on the evening of Nov. 7th, and on the morning of the 8th," befjre the intelligence could have reached Paris, "the engagement was signed in . London by Lord Aberdeen and Count St Aaliine.' ' Now as I know the latter of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 April 1847

188 ; THE POLYNESJ AJN , SATUK HAYr, APUIL. 3, 1847. E. Ac 11. GRIMES. " OFFER for, sale the following assortment of .New Goods, at low prices, received by late arrivals front Boston, suitable for the Islands, Ore goo or California Markets. , Sheetings and shirting, stripes, tickings, -Am.' and Eng. prints, long cloths, balzorines, Pantaloon and coat stuffs, &c, &c. , , Boiled linseed oil, spt9. turpentine, blk. varnish, Seidlitz powders, sup. carb. sodit,criu. of tartar, Bath tubs, white lead, paint brushes, Black paint, chrome yellow green paint, ' Venetian red, &c, &c, &c. Superior snuff in bottles, starch, cloves,' Mace, pimento, pepper, Cayenne, salaatus, Ground ginger, cigars, shot, Stoughton s elixir, Assorted sauces, fancy soap, J. V ' Copper,' double and single? blocks, mast hoops, Belaying pins, 1 iron pump, coal tar, pitch, Rosin, tarred cordage, Manila cordage,, Martin spikes, caulking 'irons, ship's scrupcrs. Twine, signal and other lanterns, Horse, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 April 1847

TMM PdDILYMJE III Vol, 3,S HONOLULU SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1847, I No. 47,' THE POLYNESIAN The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, puuiucu ytccivijt ui rionoiuiu, uahu, H. I. J. J. JAHVE3, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscriptioh. t6 per annum j C months, $3,50 1 3 mini t ha. t'2. nnvnMa in attran. . : t . ' . ' . i r-j ... uumuvc ) single tuples 12 CIS Advertising.-A Hquare, 92 for first three insertions 50 cents for each continuance i more than half a square and less than a whole, 1, 50 for first three insertions, 30 cents lor each continuance ? half a square or less, ii for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. Bv t ha tnnr tnnra thin kalT .1 .. - . i ,J tut. , mi "n auu nui CAceeuinir a wnole 1..1UH1... uiuuuius Hi proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BOOK & JOB PRINTING. ' SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Hills, Catalogues, Iiills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 April 1847

190 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1847. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1847. " ADDRESS DELIVERED BEEORE THE OAHU TEMPERANCE SOCIETY, BY J. F. B. MAR. SHALL." Published by request. We have been a silent though gratified spectator of the energetic and kindly spirit w ith which this new temperance society has thus far prosecuted its philanthropic labors. Every good citizen will wish them God speed. Their numbers are receiving con stant accessions, and if the plan of incorporating with the subject of temperance, literary, scientific and moral topics, for discussion or lectures, is kept up with the same life with which it has been com menced, this society is likely to live long and be pro ductive of much good. Their public exercises aflbrd a nucleus for a healthful mental excitement, the more necessary, that as men are withdrawn from scenes of doubtful good or real injury, something of a superior and stimulative character to their moral and intellectual energies isie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 April 1847

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. APRIL 10, 1847. 191 town. The citizens fled to the back part of the nun. which is rather higher than ilia !nt k. bushes, laid down and held on, expecting every mo ment the waves would reach them. Parents were separated from their children, husbands from their wives, and all was confusion, terror and dismay. The Island trembled to its very centre; a few hours more and a white sand boach would have covered the now desolated remains of Key West. The occu pants of the Marine Hospital were expecting every moment to go into eternity. It is a large stone building, and being surrounded with five feet water, running by six miles an hour, cutting the sand out from the foundation, the situation was awful. Thirty feet of the stone washed away from one cor ner, fifteen from the othor, and the roof blown off. All of the wharves are washed away or injured; not one warehouse escaped the fury of the storm; wood and stone seemed all to be going one way to de struction. There...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 April 1847

192 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1847. HENRY SKINNER CO. OFFER for sale the following articles of mer chandize it erates of dinner and soup plates, " Breakfast cups and saucers, An invoice of door, chest and other locks, Gentlemen's hunting saddles, with furniture complete and bridles, Plain saddles with double and single bridles. Hunting, gig and riding whips, . Sailors shirts, fashionable regatta do.. Ladies' bonnets, trimmed, silk handkerchiefs", India rubber braces, Long cloths, blue cottons, Linen duck for trowscrs, Silk umbrellas and parasols. White shirtings and sheetings, Brown cotton, brown Holland, Table cloths, nupkins and towelling, Pekoe, hyson and gunpowder Teas, tine flavor, Loaf and white Pinfa sugar, Lemann's London biscuit, in tins, Turkey red handkerchiefs, Black Gros de Naple, colored do., do., Cases of crimson Pongee handkerchief, Fine white " Black silk English canvass, Nos. 1 to 5, Paints, oil and turpentine, sheet lead, English and Swedish iron, round,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 April 1847

THE PiLfHE IAN HONOLULU, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1817. I No. 48, VOL 3.5 THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, i published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. J. J. JAHVES, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. 6 per annum; 6 months, 3.C0j 3 mouths, 92, payable in advance j single topics Vi i-'i cts Advf.hTisiso. A square, i for first three insertions, 5i tents for each continuance 5 more than half a square, and lens than a whole, il.fiu for iirst three insertions, 30 cent for e:ich continuance half a square or less, 91 for first three insertions, 23 cents for each continuance. By in year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column, SCO. Less amounts at proportionate rotes. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BOOK & JOB PRINTING, SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Hills, Catalogues, Hills of ilxchange, Circulars, Hills of Lading, Handbills, Consular lllanks, Hill Heads, Hlnnk Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neutnt' anil duapntch at tlii ...

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