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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 22 August 1840

mm IBS- 1A PU15LISIIKD wlkkly, at Honolulu, oahu, sandwich islands. j. J. JAUVKS, Editor. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1840. Vol. 1. io. II. rrn IAN reran oJ-the ItlI,VN2-:siAX. cm up n n. K'-c'i? I) t'lars per iiiinnni, paya- ... . . i i.i i ii-n i . 1 1 1 t.i LI , II '(, 1M , (I'll H'll, I I'V I'Ul.') 1JU lll.il, ',ir,... I ; t irs; Miijl-a t;io, itceiitrt. nK'i rrsi vi3. 2 Tor threw insertion of ono i irt;; !) :f ' eentq f "Vh contin a nice; more than a ii'ilt' ii.i I e- ll' in i siiri', 1,7. for liist tlnce inscr id'h! 'i i I '' '',''"' ';,; lc' 'fer insertion. Haifa m !ir",:'l. - ' I"1' 'I'"'''- insertions un.l 20 cents for p.,.1! M'li'.n.Mliir,' insiv'ion. Tei'iK-1 ii! 'v rl v iil.eitirfi:i5 niado known on iippli f:Uo.i U cli'.or. AI)V3:KTJSr;iilNT. T!is POI.VMI A i will 1)0 published ' wce'dy for t'i.' o.i'.iiii' mniithV, at tin; end of which period, jt jt in ! willi .1 liill v!i i ro ofpi.hlie p tlroi'iai!, and i mi a ii-iof il p ' oer to tins comiiumly, it will be en i:i a-1 vi' 1 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 22 August 1840

Y2 THE 'POLYNESIAN. t . steps; and, as if ho wore fearful that, days, llo leftthe balcony as if rcluoant-j omo other idea would drive all image of j y ; ami, retracing liis stepf, lie .soon found! his child from his mind, he continued re-j himself in 4 ho gallery, which in the coursoj poating, in a hv.id vouv "A blessing for j of our story wo have already mentioned! my child, a Messing for my child. .Again more than once. Ho was eililled with he passed the door, and as he caught the j cold, and his voice trembled as Ik; called lYnU ghmrnpr of the light in the room! for some of his attendants. Put they, where Catharine Jtad so lately knelt to apt imitators of their superiors, cared little him in vain, he wrung his haijd.s in all! for a king who was treated with the most the impoLcnco of madness and despair, j barbarous neglect ; even by his own wife. The perspiration rolled in large drops from! "It is a pity," murmured the poor shi ver bis brow, his knees trembled as if unable ing mo...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 22 August 1840

1310. THE POLYNESIAN. 43 I ri fr letii!iL? apartments. Pc-ndes this, ! ,,re h another house of the name size, '.' . tlicv eat after a civilized manner. w:i'.'M' ,M . , lvv arc hll'wril ma's as niton as they can ,J r,',Mir(Ml. IV the sick there is a sepa r(t li'iil'lia. wln'ru they cati be retired from i, ,e of the- s;!i'xl, and have such ulten tlicir want require. , Mrs. Coan ntp . . .. --iriMcr seimul for girls upon much i'jc -aim. pi . i;(Tl(;ivy (Jo v. Kekii.ttm i, s-ii'ed I'n M.iu on M n liv I "ll "'" i'u' i'hie-n !e.tiili,o!ii, ,'. iI,,. i- .iilu'T', w.i.- .-eiioii.-ly iir.lii ijmmI. ' n " f ci-i vf 1 .onif? j i-f in M-ns f M-iiiii; p.iper in nufactured t'rii'.n old kipi.- sent j, ', t.,l State f r licit p'u po.-e, mm e e.i; Mney I. M,-i"H. I( i- l o"ii-i: I) tl siioii t ailiiie, : i . n ; X I ' 1 1. I in; 1 1 i , I I' imtii lii'. r mill s ! hi.;!i rVf ti alio. it In bero.ue a piolit- A.!:.-n i ,. ,';i..:o el" e.porl. .,,.,- lire bro!;e m it S 1 1 u I : i y luortihn List, and j...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 22 August 1840

THE POLYNESIAN. Arci-ST, 41 POSTS.?. -1 V; ,.; vt .' - v V re.'', Si ;i Ml ,1 - 14 Julv 13. di'e or 3t', 20 boxes Hyson Tea. v 12 boxes Souchong Tea. 10 boxes Hyson Skin. 10 barrels Fresh Flour. 10 boxes Soap. If. I'ro:n tl; AuieriuMi Monthly ' Mag jziuc. rnu;sr in god. Trust in liMl! and he will spiar-1 thee! When th; tMiije.t threatens, war J thee! In the chill anl cheerless hour lit- will lijilit thy hwAy bower; Anl. when earth is dark and dreary, 1 Measure rU, ami life 'rows weary, ife will lend tliv-e, for the tiiiht, Strength of more than Mortal might. Trust in G:vl! Th" bleakest mountain P.-'ars within its breast ti faiintain, Where the worn and weary rover May his tailing st n n'jtli recover. Every hcait that looks above, Trusts in God. am! shun s hi love, Is a fount of life, however Jtouh the channel of its' river. . Trust in God! Th things we cherish Most and lonu'vt. soonest perish; Hopes, the brightest, quickly iy' Friends, the truest, early die: lint when hopes and joys...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 29 August 1840

TimiE m AN PUBLISHED' WEEKLY, . AT II O N O.L U L U , O A II U , SANDWICH ISLANDS. j. J. JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1840. Vol. I. iVo. 12. Terms of the POLYNESIAN. Si-n-CRiPri'ix. IJiht Dollars per annum, paya- f,!c in mlv.mce; nii ) e ir, i nu I'unaia, ijuunui, .tw C . fo- tlitvfl insertions of one (in;iro; forty cents tor cuin ton.in.itnce; more 111:111 a lulf ami It'1 11 "", lor fi"st M"'cc Vlscr lioiH, ami 3" fonts for each after insertion. .Half a pijuir!,'' . '"r nl'sl ''ree insertions, and 20 cents for eK'h sMxccdinj,' insertion. Terms of ye irly advertising made known on appli cation to the editor. ' - : ADVr.UTISmiKNT. The I'OIA'M'-SIAN will bo published weekly for the uiisiiiiis six months, ut tho end of which period, j it monts with f'dl Kh:ire of public p.itfonaso, and but'inind auscfd piper to the community, it will be co I'iiHicd yearly. Those individit 1 Is who feel in' crest ed in the establishment and siccess of a paper of this nitt'.rc at thi.i plate, are...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 29 August 1840

46 um'.'S of smoke and steam rolled heavily up, rendering the lurid glare still more power ful, while the heavy detonation and loud report of exploding passes, and the roar of the conflicting elements were distinct ly heard twenty-live miles oil', like dis charges of artillery. With such rapidity and to Mich a degree was the water heated that the following day, (June th,) the lishlJoatcd when dead, as far as Keaau, liftern miles distant, where t! c water was h it to the toireh. Five week af ter! the sea washing up against the now for med hill, was still of a scalding tempera ture. '' ' o one ha yet examined the original out break of the lava, and it is impossible at present to state its precise locality. From the report of native, it evidently cannot-bo many mile to the east of Kihiuca. At first it wa supposed that a new crater was form ed, but the present appearance of the old volcano, conclusively shows that the late eruption had it origin from it: having drained it as we have see...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 29 August 1840

0840. THE POLYNESIAN. 47 A CIIMTKU FROM .MV SKLTCll IJOOIv. (From a Philadelphia Paper.) "I was once." aid lie, "when Steamboats Lore unthoiilit of, riding in a' stage ; the i chicle was crowded to excess ; a front mid dle seat fell to my lot, and on one side my ears ierc saluted liy the alternate squalling and truntin ol an uuweaueu bairn, as its wants f ere supplied or denied ; on the other my Ye was reiraicu ny a nasi oi strong waters, iliicli a rough, unpolished Enieruhl, from do Green Isle, and apparently the hu.shand ,t' niy other companion, was occasionally imiv, to moisten his lips and clear his throat. )ftlie six remaining passengers, four were ,ft!ie gentler spx, and each and all furnish ed with a formidahle lmnutmx, various in cir decorations and ages, hut alike huge Vnl appalling, lo rule a. dozen miles in jcccssion with such a cargo, the thought ivas lurrihle ; hut, alas, there was no reiue- nor escape, and although 1 detormin-' id, at an uazaius, 10 rm mysi n oi tno pr...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 29 August 1840

43 THE POLYNESIAN. V "THE DEPARTED." IV l'AKK bi:nja.mix. "The departe.-l tlio depnih d !. Thy i it us in dream, And thev glide u!) no' our memories Like shadows ovcistfons,ns ' v . But, when; tlio cheerful lights of home In r::nta:it ln-i.e burn, ' . Th'? departed the deputed Can never m re return, NOTICE. Tlie SjiWiilirr luve this day cntereJ into Co-part-neisliip under tlie linn of ... E. a H.' GRIMES, fot tlie transaction of Mercantile Nnsincw. ' , KUAN (iH I MH?. - HIRAM Gil I MIS. Honolulu, March 21,1? JO." Have for sale, r'i-zr-s' CO boxes Hyson Ten. iiJ:' !.' 1- boxes Spuclmug Tea. ' l!.;: 1 10 boxes Hvson Skin.' . 10 bands Fresh Flour. 40 boxes Soap. ' , - Julv 13. ' ' . If. 'The pood, the brnve, the beautiful How dreamless is their iliv Where roll. the dirgo-li:vC hiu.de ' Of tlte ever-t'sj ing deep, ' . Or where the hurrying nigjit'wiruta " Fa lb Winter's robe have spread Above the narrow palaces, In the citie.3 of the dead ! " I l"o! around and ft el the awe Of one uh wa...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 5 September 1840

TJHIIE POL Y.N I AM Hi IIIWIMIIW PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, SANDWICH ISLANDS. , 1 - - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1840. I. J. JAUVES, Editor. Vol. l.-IVo. 13. .S2A Terms of the POLYNESIAN. tSirni-niiriov. HL'ht Dollar i:r milium, pnya- jhlo in ikIvuiicc; half your, l'ivo Dollars; quarter, Three Dollars; single copu;, cents. Ani'i:nTiiNU. f 2. 23 for 1 hrce insertions of one '.siwrc; frty cents for ouch onlinuuncc; more than a i.-.lt ami loss than u souarc, 73 for fust three inser- i.;,,, .hkI .10 cents for each after insertion. Half a Vqiiarc,!, 23 for first three insertions, und 20 tents tor Wh 8iiLTcedin insertion. Tcrins of yearly advertising made known on nppli- kation to the editor. auvkktiskmhnt. The roi.YM:SIA will ho published weekly for the ensuing six months, at the end of which period, il it iiil'Hs with a full share of public patronage, mid lie found a useful paper to the community, it will be miitiniicd yearly. Those individuals who feel intcrest- lijil in the est...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 5 September 1840

daman. 50 THE: POLYNESIAN. September. house charges. We see that it is virtually an abolition of the power to enact any laws hy which a revenue can he secured. But the infringement of these nati-mal rights are not the only evil which flow directly and in directly from the Treaty. , .The legalization of the spirit trade, besides the usual n'tend ants of disorders, drunkenness, crime and other physical and moral evils which natural ly flow from it, tend- to diminish" even the meagre pittance heretofore rereived as har bor fees. It is well knivvn that many ship masters signed petitions tot hi? government re questing the enactment of prohibitory laws. The same reasons which induced them to petition will induce thouvtiow those laws are abrogated to stay away, unless compelled by necessity to come in, which they will not. be for the ordinary supplies. They will seek other places where their crews cannot get spirits, if sush are to be found. Ship mas ters have stated to us that such would ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 5 September 1840

1310. u account of "mulberry leaves at Ko h so large they could not he compre hended in an octavo dictionary," what uouM lie say to leaves nearly as large as a whole page of the Polynesian ? 'faking it for granted that the facts are atatcd'in the article, it appears to me important to a correct understanding of ,'(' case, tiiat a few collateral fads should padded to .complete the picture. Not ivim: visited Waioli. subjoin an extract of a Utter from an old resident, settled ih.rc civing an account of its. luxuriant fy u:id favorable climate Titc pt.iiii on which 1 live i very low -roam!, being only six or eight feet above. level of the sea. It 1'm s between the Il.iiialci and Waioli rivers, about a mile ;i:i.l a hali'i.i width, and readies back from trip beach about one mile, to the foot of thcureen mountains, whose summits tow(r f),ir or five lhous:nd,feet above, us. This liia. though of contracted dimensions, pliably exceeds all other parts of the hivU in exul)crent fertility Rains...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 5 September 1840

i THK POLYNESIAN. September, v. v l ... V- i i:i i.:.";- To tin: w r.uiu.v;. IV'cr WO'nJ -at-i il,,. v.cddii... ho Mo.iJvl-.' he "'died iii ;u ii ins , S.;.C S. .i.-i hi th'.:, !r,..::d. n'.-i.c ( o ; I o , i . Peter, t i;e .mi ii. I !i',v, iv.ii l, i.l t!,.i,.'.. . Ilf s mi.hty fwu'uv.'i!, t!o ;-s, my J,..ir, And ! j st r ami s i !r ; i If I I '.,' You sm i.y :!,( t i J , u Iii!.; I .-. ,y .,. M-( Aii I v.e'lhid; loliic M-l-li:i ; in .!ir,t, never I ear, IT tic v. iul a in I t!nj i ..li.'.r .i I !'..'. Tin win 1 !.! !. r: . t! t-r v.t:e not to lie ldamed, ; I'.ut the us, (ml (ft i'i ,i -v Mm, , ' That two at a time, .was a Id id never I'.-.t me. I Tor l!ie Iijca o oe as he .-roll', d 't,i!t; a: !i:(lilC(l Tli.it I wn should Ihj ,-mu k uj o.i liiiii. Come, Po'll.i S'lVs VrU-V, I'lM thl;i!vill.j u;'i ;ro I 'hi I ll III', ill ! WO W l' , l;V li I" ' I i tin; I !! i '., !'( ';. d.ii't,M'i:ii. I.;, i; t.. :!:(. sj.(!, ;.- lllo,i..:i J . I I ", he M . )i ; 111 . n : i t i" he .Mil n , Th...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 12 September 1840

w -a- nk ili dc na ID bTr Y WE 8 PUBLISHED WHUKhV, AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, SANDWICH ISLANDS. j. J. JAItVES, Editor. SATURDAY, SKPTEMBER 12,1840. Vol. 1. 2Vo. 14. 08, ml on Is; ks, iss s; Jut :l.t ps; 88- Pt ice es; n; os; iss 111 11 r- uik ; p; ick all co; its es; lo- 1SS 3. rls, ue ne itc ck en jk- en is er ed n ?8 Tenns of th POLYNESIAN. !i!iitciiii' rtoN. Kiif lit Dolhrs prr anmiiii, payu- Jh!c in ailv uk o; Inll' ye?ir, l'io Dull us; qiurtor, 'Tliroii Dollars; single t opics, 2o cents. .2, 2-") for linen insertions of one j AnvKHTisivn. 2, 2."for tin Lt i irc; forty ceiits for curl i e-onii lnll"a!iil li'-'s than ;i sepiire, 7o fur first tlnee inser !tj.):is, aii'l ' rents for each after insertion. Haifa Ni'iiri','1, 21 for tlist tha-o insertions, an.J 20 rents fur jeu-li suaee-din,' insertion. I 'IVrin-i of yearly advertising niaelo known on appli ''cation to tlie editor. : ni.rn::t vv.) mv ski.tcii hook. j (( o:n Itidcd iVoin No. 12.) ! "Lions !" returned lie, "oh yon have? hoard ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 12 September 1840

V THE POLYNESIAN. Si-:pti-:muf.f import into the Port ol'lloiioliiln, Islam! ol'Oalm. From whence imported, and value, &c. Coast of 1 Islands of A s-j 1st January United California, jccnsioii and Ta- to31stliec. States. and islands Chili.;; JIcxico.j China. hid, and South- adjacent. t jem Islands. ( 1830 8 15i,ooo $ tij.doo $ '20,000 $ :k;.()00 $ 70.000 $ 21,500 1?37 170.000 40.500 23.000 ' 29.000 ' 47.000 10.800 1838 73.000 ! oi.ooo ; 10.000 20,000 30.000 E5oo is;)9 51.000 ; yii.rjoo ;n.ooo 42.000 ai,ooo 1810 up? 117,000 ! 17.000 -28,000 20.000 15.000 to Aiigf. 1 t ) j j Tot. lor 5 y. $7 -12,000 j $228,800 $ 1 Si 1 .000 I $ I 17.000 j $193,000 $33,800 i - ... ,. i it it ie m " 'Coast. $21,000 . 8.000 5.000 5.000 1.000 Kngland.tt I Prus.ia.JJ Manila.l 10.000 8.000 5.(500 10.000 '.000 8 5.000 '2.000 15.000 Total. 4 l.'l.OOO 350.500 207.0(10 37 8.500 218,000 s43.000 j $35,000 1 7.000 for tliu l'ul nn.-iui. Mr. Editor, Dear Sir, We send you herewith for! publication, statistical st...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 12 September 1840

1310. ViiJ ',M WMat n,il(M; ra" "- Merchant" civ that their privileges there will, ut no re- '.nnpiinl, heroine as valuahle as those iii""' "- ctiiovcl hy the French here; when he de .irc! that the duties in France on Sandwich blaiuk produce arc nearly prohibitory Has lP received notice that their protective poli cv U to erase. And that the products of tliPe islands are to he received duty free, orat per cent? Unless this take place, ,!lt.jr commercial privileges can m ver equal (1)S( enjoyed hy the French here; for, such a he declares nearly prohibited, are the vc rv cointnoilities, and the only commodities', ll'icv have, or will have, to send to France fr a market. -tni. says your correspondent, "because France chooses not to grant this people the same commercial privileges claimed for her own subjects, iss, that great and gloiious niti"!i, t he hranded with the vile epithet of ThU v;i the lai'dnaVst ml of;!!!." Mi. l'Mitor, the above is a grave question, ami I should like your ad...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 12 September 1840

50 TIIK POLYNESIAN. Si:rn:.iHKR P03T2V2 i or; i ci nai.. homeward bound. " Dtikin reinmi-i itur nr.no.." Virgil. Aye! spread the .sail! we're homeward bound, And gaily o'er the water dancing, The spray in diamond showers around From every rippling wavelet's breast, From every curling hillow's crest, Is brightly in the sun-brains glancing Where through the biine our prow is dash- A thousand rainbow-liurs are beaming; While past our sides with fitful learning, Broad sheets of snow-white foam are Hash ing. What though for many a weary night. For many a wild and stormy day, By fierce irales driven or fanned by I i 1 1 1 , O'er ocean lies our trackless way; Yet onward still through foaming surge, Or summer seas our barque shall urge Fearless her swift career; And whoso the heart that does not burn Within him at the glad return To all he holds most dear As ardent Hope enlivening throws Her brightest colors o'er its close, And whispers joys by Love in store To soothe tin; tempest-worn on s...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 19 September 1840

TfflLlE Pi A M2A PUIVLISIIKD -WRKK'LV, AT HONOLULU,' OAIIU, SANIHVICH ISLANDS: j j. JAltVKS, Editor. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1840. Vol. ! iVo. ltf. COM .M UNI CAT K I). Ihc jvia3r' oi Sanson 0s- hmU. Their Manners, Custom:-, and Superstition. Py T. Heath, Manono. M ann mis, Slc. The Navigator's Islands are situated )i tvcc:i H!) and 17' west Long., and ,l0t far from M south latitude. Tho native name of the group is Samoa. The principal islands are live, namely: .Ma una, the most eastward, Tutuila, perhaps cigh lv miles to the westward of Manna, Upo lortv miles west of Tutuila, Manono i .1 tv r.. ' null islands Oroscga and Ofu ; near Tu tuila is Auu-u, near Upolu,. Nuutelc, and near Manono, its fortress, the almost in accessible island, Aporima. The popula tion of the whole group is between fifty and sixtV thousand. ' ' As a Christian mission is now formed there, in connection with the London Missionary Society, and the group is at tracting Some measure of public attention, a brief a...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 19 September 1840

58 THE POLYNESIAN. September Ill i Those punishing theft arc suthciently so, was commc ntiug upon, wo think it proper tin the plural number, giving n dissertation on i dent" to show the good company with ul . . . . . . I . . 'i i .-.Iti i i i .tii . Horn e on the offender, sunpeisin"' him unable . io inuivo some remariis arm enquire us to its rr rencu protective policy, remarks on me no is associated, in the use of nn-M' nnv the pecuniary penalty. The amtumt ; api'ln-abllily to the case in question. " "Laplace Treaty,?' and the evils wjiich in j against the French, gives an extract from auiit is decided hy the quantity stolen, and I , Jl " 1,uu ' . ' ul'" "V"!8 ?"K'J "J . . x ave thought iL Hon, uuei oroadlv intimating mat ins lla-! selection would have been ver to of - , ti not iv ciirrrtfuonum.'f circumstances, union may aggravate or diminish. the crime. Sim ple restitution is only due to the owner, and .'is (!n crime is equally directed ngaiust so ciety, the punishment should he ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 19 September 1840

1840. uotry, and whose pecuniary interests are 'lanced, just in proportion as habits of iu Ctrv enterprise and civilization increase Uyt the natives, should countenance a liJ'which, making brutes of men and de riving their faculties, depraves their minds, Jid'niaics tbom mure than savages? A tratic which just in proportion as it advances .'rcatcs an idle, pauper population, in fine, :lioa lli. rmintrv. and rnimennontl v nn - - j i . i j THE POLYNESIAN. 59 the natives, as it makes them indolent and numeral, and prevents the accumulation of capitui. Here appears to he a dead loss, to the merchant i of just so much business as what ! monev sper.l in liquors would have pro (jveil.ii' invested in some honorable trade r (ireupati n, and the gains invested yoar iv a iVcs'i 'capital in the same pursuits. In j,.!iti'iu t this, the time spent in dissipation, in consequent fruits disease and iTIIII' i ii "- , ... , JeJacted fro n the available industry ,t' the country and ol course, by so much...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 19 September 1840

JM GO TUP: POLYNESIAN. Skptember POETRY. liiL tii viiiu's of I f si wsiiistn Scenery anil Costumes; also, Mans. Im on Copper pluto at Lsihaiuuhinii, Maui, by natives. For sale by PJCIUCli & BKEWKll. Aug. 3. tf. From I he .lllmmj. Vmj'. .Vvji r. I)ied in this illy, ! Hii! 5;h inl., ('iiui.i.s I'. Aaik, priiHfi- ;i yomi.j; man of rare geiiiu.-., iecii- jlilltxl tO .'III lllllillM'lv end I V tilt' (ll'IIIOII INI CM 'M(. a.m'K. rSoi ni since, tinder tin; iiiliivnco iii'oln-r reflection, and animated, mi doiihl, by a sim eie lesoln- - lion to itliiriii his habits, this ill t'attil oi.n dim wrote and published the follow in lemleiil ai:d Ivii: tilnl lines; bill, alas! I'M lesohiiion was not -1 j 1 1; 1 1 to tin; sincerity of hi penitent emotions; and icla psiu into his limner habits, lit; hidii i'otihd an untimely tt r; t;. V do not i;di to be harsh lint MiH e miisl , sav, that it is u serious question, h-lher I i i .- s who (old or presented liquor to this mi-enible oiin,c in. in, ma...

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