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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 May 1847

o o .J-- - in vain, a9 you see in the motion of the pumps ' by which our gardens are watered. He commands the streams and rivulets of water and they most obediently put his wheels , in ' motion as is seen iu the saw and sugar mills and other machinery which has been erected in different parts of the islands. Intelligent, men command the fire and steam, and they ; cause vessels as it were, to fly across the ocean" ar you have recently seen" IntelfT geuce even goes farther, it commands the lightning and it passes harmlessly from , the clouds to the earth, or flies about conveying billets from man to man, or becomes his tongue with which he speaks to his fellow at the extremity of the land. There is no limit to the power of intelligence. " . 1 will go on and state furtherthe ignorant man" aiwavs has been and always must be, more or less, the slave or servant oi uw w felligeut man, or if he dies Ignorance is concentrated in Africa until man is black with it; and Africa has supplied slav...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 May 1847

m. 1 THE POLYNESIAN, ;!J LU, SA i UKJJAi j A SKi 1S47, Hi-"-'- paper we commence volume Polynesian. It 13 with not a little we are enabled to lay before ,11 j,,r5 the hnndsomest sheelin the Pacific, rintlATI l IT 1 1 1.1 W i.in.Y . bravery tyre Perceuta?e ,Ilan those; -of i naner printed this side of Cane Horn! ", j far as advertising goes, mere are no ,,. pT-r'ia! papers, any where that can compete ct4nPs w"t'1 t-ie rat vh'eh we.now goffer e public In most -cases, our increasod.size, ' rd appearance and reduction of cites, ' :: 1- considered" as 'the naturid result of J" oar OUMIM!. ; fUI UJtSjTlOl S0tO , b;; j. r-tood. .': cvrj loreigu resioeni to libxTinerto a 'newspaper here, one j k be profitably sustained. The com n th" :t,y ina' a expenses are too great, rtj sii'vesa of an editor, "depending solely h'- o'Tice for a subs&teuce.vStill the coui 'neb' dsire a ncwspaperand iTjnonee:tfcted, oul i i e ei?rts to starts ne.;4, TThego-ern-fM its cheapestrde.fence" inTm press its rv...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 May 1847

0 0 J 31V Vf l)t Ho. THE WORN-OUT FONT OF TYPE. I'm sitting by my desk. George ; Before roe on the floor, v There lies a worn-out font of type. Full twenty thousand score; And many months have passed. George, Since tney were bright and new, , , And many are the talcs they've told The false, the strange, the true. . Their beauty has all gone, George, You scarcely now way trace Upon the snowy medum, The likeness of their face. . They mind me of a man, George, Whose mora of life was full .. f Of promise, but at evening's close .. Was desolate and dull. What tales of horror they have told. Of tempest and of wreck. Of murder in the midnight hour. Of war full many a speck ;" ' Of ships that, lost away at sea. Went down before the blast; Of stifled cries of agony. As life's last moment passed ! - ,w Of earthquakes asd of suicides; ' Of failing crops of aotton; .. A Of bank defaulters broken banks, And banking systems molten; . Of boilers bursting steamboats snagg'd; Of riots, duels' fought...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 May 1847

the in. en- a. "X all art icie f; Utd S; k Of - of OtS OTS Al lied of irt- ade tU ait ar- the of of erH THE POLYNESIAN; nXritl Journal of .tbe Hawaiian Gorernment, n' weekly at Honolulu, Oihu.lI. I. ; tJMES JU JARVES.-EDITORr :4 ,i ..!fv-j - 124 . iOTUc. (l lines), firet iaserlion, 1 fio, each con- , u . cae ha!f 'Square (8 lines or less), first Kates oi niiniuuigi half column, tM.OO ; no:, exceeding one "iml "$60 93. Vearlf adertiiag lioaited to ike ai- -ser'i o"11 business. k . : VaJ Airfini..-TweairTe cents per lrne, for tie IBieruuw . . . . i.,?;r u-s roaired tn nmr m adTaoce. v ann tir ana nnv.iDunn itiuk iot tcn Trtsaeui w'"rry; r . v.. CiURL2sE HITCHCOCK. PRINTER.. i r II 8. fewtstoa. BoTO,- . G.D.JtntilCii Ktr- B. Pstmu. 8. PBAMCiaco, WTd8aith. ' C.IT. VIM CENT," ' '' " nUILDER, CARPENTER AND JOIN DtR. Pep o receive proposils" for eso r4t:cg orders in either or all of the above. branches Ifbauae. at bis old stand, in Honolulu.. Contract- ho far or him with" proposal ma j be ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 May 1847

6 out are numerous, and most numerous on Maui. There are 47 on that bland, 43 on this, 3 on Hawaii, and 2 on Kauai, 95 in all. There have been numerous difficulties con nected with this department of trade. When the laws on the subject were first promulga ted, some persons misunderstood them; that all peddling, even of Hawaiian produce was prohibited, unless a license was first obtain ed. This evil, however, was not of long duration, for as soon as the people under stood that the law applied neither to Hawaii an produce nor to Hawaiian manufacture, they ceased to condemn it. But greater difficulties subsequently, arose in consequence of the misinterpretation of some of the policemen and under officers. If a man wished to sell a single article of dress, a boat, or a house, he was forbidden do do so unless he first received a license. As soon as this came to my knowledge, I gave immediate notice, that the law requiring licenses did not ap'pjyouch cases, but that any man is at liberty ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 May 1847

i thd kn de-1 tc J tW e ot d iialS est Sar; was cir-Co ulad hilH nne- g tP :t ii uatH Saii icai- It m ien- in sfr icis-l aiwi low-j rre4 lO rr) ties :lt bei . . from one of her passengers, that lSve PJthibited both to the Collector r Shubrick,--that she was allowed by 1W- ". onthnrities to enter as an Ameri- ' Anierrawl that she obtained a regulatxlear- -ves, rw, nffWr for St Pedro and from ' tne iQui1 - - - . -Lo thnt shft did so sail on the ! , :i fo' those ports and or tor monterey, itb -M'r"' ,ldf of the Collector.TShe . a j . !t!"c 1". nrhot April 25th.- IfbythiS Trnv jved ai tr. . ,jcf thf. commercial rpjr- jig ijiiriugda f California, it has been done by those "her in charge through ignorance; , but 1 0 .T -.,v Tirh is the case, as no such inten- fc 1 . lv nv nne interested in either r ttl n Lr cargo,' and whatever has been done r through the , regular .Ciisiona's officers, full knowledge of the American au- cow-" '--v, -v "5" i... i j L v I believe ..Com. Biddle would not ha...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 May 1847

SYMPATHY. BT BIlROf KE1ZI. A anight and a lady once met in a grove. While each was in quest of a fugitive love ; A river ran mournfully murmuring ty. And they wept in ita water for ajnipathj. Ob, never waa knight such a Borrow that bore." Oh, never waa maid so deserted before." ' From Lfo and its woes let us instantly fly. And jump in together for company. .; They searched for an eddy that suited the deed. Bet here was a bramble, and there was a weed; " How tiresome it is," said the maid with a sign So they sat down to rest them in company. Tbey gazed on each other the maid and t be knight ; flOna mournful embrace," said the youth "ere we die;" . SXkissing and crying kept company. Oh, had I but woo'd such an ange! as you;" Oh, had but my swain been quarter as true" To miss such perfection how blinded was I!" Sure now tbey were excellent company. At length spoke the lass, twist a amilf and a tear: "The weather is cold for a watery bier. When the summer returns, we may easily die; . -...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 June 1847

il ; ' '"' . j ' "... ... . i " ' ' . : f j fs'-.'ifcffi , ' ''".'"?.;,- --. ----- - .,,- 5 'lt l t i ? -3 'T 1 ; - - t .. m- - . t.. nrYsssl Aw,' I I HOrrOLULU,rSATURDAY,ENE5j)j-1847. t'Pma,( I Vol; 4. f ;J : - ' ". .. So. 3. f i fcof An. i a. tD .PPM i. of art f jov-d fce;cJ artJcJc a! dual iuo? " 1 icrei THE POLYNESIA,; L nciil Journal of the Hawaiian Government, . -hli.hed weeklv at Honolulu; Oah, HvI ;jiMES J. f JAWES EDITOR. . -v v- - .. , : TERMSi, ,V : .... nn ropv f aonnm, in stttaoct, - - - - - . te 00 . SSj -n8-" dDce, - . - w ... 3 50 .sugie piM. - - - ? r " '" , Rates of Advertising, 0M tqmre, (16 line). first inseriion, !,00, Meh con- V"rt a 59 cts., rtchiconlmuance I2j.ct.; Cards, no. ,n . ..larnnft half soninr 4ti rMr 00? nr one Baaarr; iu w. Veirly advertising tint " .. kxir ro umn SSQWO? not excrrdme ne lolunn. . S6a(W. Nearly a advertising limittd to the ad. wrti4T' own lone. , ' r..r j fcrfinfjif. Twntr-De cenl per line. for thnra insenion, and six and one-fourth...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 June 1847

10 THE -POLYNESIAN, .SA$JlRAy.U$B A 1847. Livingston's experience as a man of business, his high standing as a merchant, and his msral worth as a man, qualify him to dis charge the duties of his office, with great efficiency. , Tho King has authorized the appointment cf a Charge d 'Affaires near the Government of Peru. A hiffhlv respectable citizen of the United States who has for thirty years re sided in South America, has been selected for that office. Agreeably to His Majesty's t.rders, I thall forward a commission to him by the firrt opportunity, after which the ap pointment will be more particularly announced- . ,. ; .. . . . The existing war between Mexico and the United States lias withdra wn the attention of the President of that Republic from several matters of international interest which I had the honor to suggest. You will see by the report of the Minister r mancc, mat mc revenue anu commerce of the Kingdom continue to increase, even beyond the most sanguine expectations...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 June 1847

us a Ji Who I 'grants toe of y the ;.. tors I Bat by po had prt she The pber Ithatof 1, and ded to fot dfw (of dire V these po but" V and V flesh, r es to n the 'of es-"provi-lcula-omilv xt and be de ader, bad hi this faition, tcm- leatb 3e the and; OS i rf. rrvT ARRIVAL ko iui voisr." n- Gen. Kearney arrived on Wednesday night, iDC . - . wi. i :...tr.. il ll'VS from San rtruru. twuici tuicttigcuvc j pCntti V-ttliiVl Ll will -"V v wu. anJ Uen. svearney ie iiruig w ic 1 Gen. Bustaiuente's invasion, should the ru that he was advancing with 1 500 men, prove I, -,. Jdmiralty cote," but instead, sundry f acts"05 f SPECIE tne proceeds of a fortunate jrrtjtare for ncr owucra? and shippers. She fi the l sn,P ljexuiSlon ai 5an euro, an .veil. - . 3- ' " - . grD,cEr7-Our advices are to .February 8th. , m ti,e papers we 1 glean no new intelligence. U,crc ia an item however which Jells strongly the progress of the colony toward European toucnt, a tnat s e announcement of the r t c (he attractio...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 June 1847

1 r i I a 12 THE LIFE CLOCK. rftOM THE CIIMAK- , i - ' There is a little mystic clock. No human eye bath seen. That bealeth on-and beateth on, ... , From morning until e'en. . , And when the soul is wrapt in sleep, , - And beareth not a sound, ' It ticks and ticks the livelong night, And never runneth down. 0 wondrous is that work of art -Which knells the passing hour. But art ne'er formed, nor mind conceived, The life clock's magic power. Nor set in gold, nor decked with gems, By wealth and pride possessed; But rich or poor or high or low, . Each bears it in his breast., . , ' -; When life's deep stream, 'mid beds of flnw'rs, ' All still and softly glides, , - - v -Like the wavelet's step, with a gentle beat, ; It warns of passing' tides. . v . . m' . ; "When I hreat'ning darkness gathers o'er, I ), And hope's bright visions flee, ' Like -the sullen stroke of the muffled bar. It beateth heavily. - ' - When passion nerves the warrior's arm - - - "f . For deeds i f hate and wrong,' ?...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 June 1847

".' I ! . r . ' f 1 i , - I ! Ham ktstiot f Mngtrad ime coa. Ale ;th, tides, e boarca nI: stiajs; 3, (he u try ef Hi k of srticii depart uJ app!ia) p, fees arf '5, tariff; rticle I, I the laW uuu ye, cosy for jtbe del Jees fcrth tribiBf cl. 4, le S, of arts. hniary ci n. A. v.- rninctit Itochildd of goe( v'J Of gOTfl fficcrs.M arrxk lahaldsa aid res1 tiref rst pV- bercef i Ins. col Vpassp-j the fui: L Excerf (first Ition ot he said b'ch si froiE ff.d 1 bird wn Ixpiratin hej-ting ird; a fomrnw (cn the Vol. 4.r POLYNESIAN, pjjjlisncu v - jiMES J. JARVES. ; EDITOR. TERMS. One copy Tr annum, in .dsaoce,. - - 6 00 . kit muiuii. iu w wrw, " - - tw 12- Rates oi AOTertisinj rw uiTt, (16 lines), first insertion, si ,00, each con ,TV; cis : on half square (8 lines or -Jess), firt i m 50 CIS., eacil continuance. i cip.j varas, oo- , ,rediuz ne qai. a.CO. early ad vt vertismgnoi tnwiiDE: one half column 30Ct: nol exceeding one riiser's own buiioess, t ' . limn. etm.uu. ".--j - IlWt lHM?ttlOn, a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 June 1847

H 14 voyages to these places on account of the sickness of their friends, who are nigh unto death; for there is great mortality in this city. Therefore it is not known who are lewd women. Virtuous women who come here, return peaceably to their homes. On beard the vessel in which I came here, there were other Dassenrers. both men and women Out at sea 1 asked them, "For what arc you taking a voyage?" A man replied, "We are taking a voyage on our business." -. Fifth. The laws against licentiousness being nest to useless. It is by no means so. This perhaps, is real abuse on your part. . How are all vices to be restrained, unless by law? If aduhcry is to go unpunished, then let all other vices go unpunished. You eay that all Hawaiians arc not ben efited by the missionaries. I agree with rou that the people are not all equally en riched; some are supplied, others are in need. But I say this to you, in what country on earth are all the people blessed alike, and in what place have you seen ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 June 1847

PJT. do fre. d to f be 'zn rat nee n h"rw I ?id Is Ifor tbf rani- ylon, alta, ental I t f 3 s- a 5 sx I if tr. -For .be 7re- men liioir-, Pr,i UK fane witi an! ines, anii ZotOr re oi ex uded n of uses, rged om- btiar vey- rhil fall nulu took ded, Vpti k orv Vrac par s,tc . 1 - lay? on- loj- nin .earners, from Hongkong including half per rnfinn transit dutv cn cariro shinnml tn Yr-rr - . Malta or C2 -UtTlC HOW CHARGED. BAT TO. 8 f 120 105 65.00 40,00 5 S 4.00 3,00 7 5,50 4,00 30,00 20,OU 2,50 2,00 wt A. not tx- i 33 V5 3.00 H0 de do 3 do (( the rate operifi-4,75 4,00 2,00 J no do do do ) ed per tun. 5,00 WiriA.T r- i . J trm nr orrin pra 3 8,50 8,25 100 do do I sn v5t 3 00 S.50 1,50 do do 1,00 ,74 ,50 perpicul, 90 ..mia, Payment to be made in Spanish Dollars: ' r. liitroed to Enrland tr Maha most he. nmclrA t 1 tlt.,e evennf . a wood, tarpaulin, dec, ai.d tbe value r r.JaiaiiMi of balf per cent allowed on Gold. Thr ithi- dLnuoiird rate to the Strait. Ce Ion, and Iudja, apply onlv tc ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 June 1847

I THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1847. Ifil ,i i 3 it 1 ri S f: I 'I i ! H POETRY BT JOHN Q. ADAMS. Mitt Ettt! M. Cocky, of John nd Thomas For tat, Baltimore County, presented to Mr. Adatna, a few weeks ago, m pair of knit gloves. Ia ac knowledging their recaption, the "old man eloquent" penned the following lines : . . Who shall say that public life Is nothing but discordant strife t . And he whose hearfis tuned to lore, Tender and gentle as the dove, . , . Must w het his talons, night and day. For conflicts w kh the birds of prey ? . . ' This world is fashioned, Lady fair ! . Of Joy and Sorrow, Ease and Care, ' Of sudden changes, smalt and great; ', . Of up vard and of downward fate: And whoso bends his mood to trace. The annals of man's fallen race. May sigh to find that nature's plan , Js ruthless war from man to man. But nature cruel, to be kind, Not to war only man consigned; But gave him woman oa the spot, To mingle pleasure in his lot. That if with man war cannot cease, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 June 1847

i hT i 1 i JlexL herein. Qe puL- !Poper, p&en- f April, ely, aU are Irtmenta jn? of 'twnpg. L article Wide asand Art. Si bet. of cor dinf of ousting; divorces I sailor pm of I nd Jbt scribed una; o.'i depart. Kate for- ;e ccju:I 'swan-. I Private! ie 3,th V-oard o.1 (as, cob -I s irons the as J of Ha J if epartu: nli( al j feea v, . ;r J Cia 6, a cle I, e lalJ ; aruu V' T" the'e, for i ing ft- fcfiri: iry ci' I. nil..: ftjrut. 'rhiU: gov st: ims. t, ald-J 1 ( re.f pa reo: cott asst ixce; VLrsl I Slid : sha lion. F rauq i;ig ; : ruisH the; ra;it; on. n p ran-' :a:: be M jcte r t. co-1 ft J' lien uog ortl s . tow 1 tsi id I evrs, ;e i Vol. 4.i THE POLYNESIAN, TU- official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, JAMES J. JARYES, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per snnorn, in advance, ... 86 oa Ooe topy six monius, iu aunucc, ....... j60 jijle copies, - ---------------- 12 Rates of Advertising. One square, (1 Hues), first insertion, l,Oo, each con. i;0m23cts.; one half square (8 lines or less),...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 June 1847

hi i B 3 18 property acquired anterior to the passage of! the Act" of which Article 4th ia an integral portion, to wit, 27th April, 1S4G. 2nd. The more minute powers of the Board for organization, and to carry out these ob jects, arc specified and conferred; as the power to meet and adjourn, to appoint clerks, to summon parties and enforce mandates, to administer oaths, and to issue commissions for taking testimony. These are auxiliary to the powers and objects of the Board re specting land titles, which it is created .to confirm or reject definitively. 3d. The principles by which the Board are to be governed in deciding certain questions, u e.) "Prescription occupancy, fixtures, na tive usages in regard to landed tenures, wa ter privileges and rights of piscary, the rights of women, the rights of absentees, te nancy and sub-tenancy, primogeniture, and rights of adoption," are to be those "Estab lished by the civil code of the kingdom," vhich the general provisions of the Act to org...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 June 1847

with to be Wbe- aser. bhirh Id at Vs at AAnd freed I they one with may hioh lore- VP the orre de-cir- m to ferr (hick ,law. rtple The ales fcetr race bout Urer rom rove h to tout fone b tra- of Lick IC- rn- By :er- ov ers L'rit- Jhev li of be- tt- lian of lose Vof I'n- f.he : ith- I.T2 at, of. Le- Uie le E : paHtsijto bji antijoritri. JOINT RESOLUTIONS. FIRST. if Knotted, by the JVbblet and Rtpreuntalicet ftftt Kiaiian Manis, in Legislative Council at- Tit. m orcr t0 encour5e tfte visits of Whale r. 11 nations to the DOftl of entrv fnr nnr-k LhiiwOi"- J " C -.Is now open by the existing Uw, or hereafter '- - . . i, jedired open, tney anaeacn ot them on and L Mrti1C ui -( , .... uns. . .Minn DiiHin neicui id ine rn vnHiin nwa I"'" . . f be exempted irom an ancnorage fees, and ,niur dues, iraPosed by tne istng tariff upon is exclusively engaged in the whale fishery; ill ci 80 ,on 8a'( essls hall not exceed beir trade or barter in foreign goods the amount io hundred dollars ad valorem ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 June 1847

on l)c (Dlia. LETTER FROM MAJOR DOWNING. Mijcr Downing rievs of life in JVetc York--' j . .Wr. Doumng's reception day- his wife cages him up in her chamber-his cogita tions upon JvVw York fashionable life while there Matinees t Sec. " ' . .... , , ... , . Letter 5.- To ihe Editors of the N. Y. Express: -- jfo. Broadway, March, 1S46. My Dear Old Friends, I've been pes kily nettled all the mornin and cant get over il jet; and if I didn't have you to write to ence in a while, when I get in sich a way, I should be in danger of going into conniption tits; and 1 believe they are the worst kind of fits there is agoing. They're awful! My wife has 'em sometimes; and I never came nearer having one in my life than I have to-day. . . Whew! but I must make the best on it 1 suppose. These women, oh these women, what a 'tarnal lot of new notions they are olways having in-their . curious heads! Thej first thing I heard this morning when I got j up, calculating to take it fair and easy all the day, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 June 1847

i U Jl picles tr,. 1 : - . .. .. . . ..... ., ... K ' i. , . - f f . -1 j ; $ ..'V;', ..' .. 8f m;&MKU-t. . . f.. -Vj. - J- Tt: . i -i.. J sitting c r of rtk Ankle J s- Ait. i riodirel Article : Kses, Ud sesof cf fcunding , ; dirorcJ e saild henvion s sad t J propen prescribe i hsisun; 1 2; depa' testate fej listing tni ine ctJ Hawa icle r tnsi&Uns intent; 1 tide Z4 1 e Loerf oststis: kits. uons, c. ives f: 3, the sf ryofFi of an. depar.. Vapplki V, feesi B5, tnrif tide E, ,-licle I the h ei nr. c? , cr: kr toe fit Ltnv )le , vie S. ti:iarr nnifr.' chi 1 Of gOT! feers art ialdi v.f eniir? Yt p U pu! f.eref pasJ . fu'l f fin: pof sai.. S1:S fros fid adR e pu d p-4 iratit tine imid j tlx th H ira: UOB. hrt ira"4 s." lical Uhe Si ht it : bert h F P , or? 1st :;io! H"5 Vo!. 4.1 THE POLYNESIAN. L Qjcial Journal of the Hawaiian Government, JAMES J. JARVES, EDITOR. x . TERMS. One copy X nnnm advance, ....(( 00 n- ciuv six months, io advance, ....... 3 50 iaU copiea, 12j Rates of Ad...

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