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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 June 1847

c o r ! J if 22 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JUNE 86, 1847. CO" The government have mad Honolulu a free port for whalers. They hare not only re mitted all their own dne bat hare actually pledged themselves to pay the pilotage on every whale shin that enters and leaves our harbors Before this law vu passed1, HoaoHtl posswed advantages for the whaling fleet, tt&Sjvalled! by any other port lo the Pacific - la aiJJon le thoe the Hawaiian gtwwnment virtually offer a bounty of from 90 to f 50 to every wbaJcship tharrf!ftis!rlIrae!a!drT,e" mayhe" permitted: to inquire both' Into the; reason and expediency of th;a measure. So ur as the owners .or tne Hect are concerned, their means .render them altogether, too independent either to object to paying pilstege or harbor does. There fa no richer clan of men than the owner of whale hips, or as a whole, no more prosperous busi ness than the whale fishery. The wealth ofj New Bedfjird and other towns in the U. S. built np from this enter...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 June 1847

Jished e entity nation blood i loos. I Lad LceJ mgofi ie nortfc. i now i resold r,Iy fo: Chins VjnfantiJ 'rat i other -orncc old.J ;y dav i iti irg sr. an ex J i Eta H th atV fen re ion t e proJ h, and lmer urpr.. and h ef (in. and c estsl ret f.iJ LTpod n doe Court of th Vnvok exist- ilatior be ad of raeow 1 1 srr niddfc i ordei n aillEr fru- Yt is tf Lc fire: lis tx- wkfcj racritr T1 I The rrone nisei: ha I iiltO if-rxx f the. icniu Oh astir n o! , Bu sker rs of Vhar I. oi heir anJ ririe- shf bar- if E t . Hf , th- Ar- est- or- inv Kn- vrt the eg isbf tr ro- h na- ion Ar- not of j er hf led al- nv dy the Bib- to not ar- hf ;tb len- , in er, ly be ir- ok o of tK ,1c nt "st XT Steamer Atlautic, from Norn ich to New Vorki was os isncr s leiana, near Ladoiu Thirty lives lost among whom the Secretary of the A. B. F. M., Dr. Arm- stros?- Ersui- or CniLDREjf. A Cincinnati ,-er fca$ an account from Licking County, in jsnte, of a very unnatural sight the burial 'f..ar beautiful children, a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 June 1847

1 21 SONO-WOMAN'S A TREASURE. O! woman's a treasure, . - Her love is a pleasure, " Which sweetens the moment s cf life ; - Nothing else that kind Heaven Hath onto man given -'- , , Can ever compare who a wife. , . Oar troubles she lightens, Ov happiness brightens, -With the beama of her beaotiful smile; A 11 that's worthy possessing Would lose half it blessing ' - If she did not share it the while. . It with sickness e languish. ... - Or euffirr in anguish, . Like an angel she'll watch by oar side.- i Uatired, uncomplaining. " . With love new waning,- - " But the truer the more it ia Uid? . When fortune is frowning; Or prosperity crowtnog Our etforte, sti.1 woman's the same ; Her love leatrforever, And quench you can never The unselfish, immaculate flame. ; Then cherish her dearly, And love her sincerely, -Be faithful, indulgent and kind; Make not a slight failing, . A pretext for railing. If such you should happen to find. O do not misuse her, . , ' And never refuse her, . When pro...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 July 1847

- - . ,. - . ' . . . . .. ; , A; i r. j h Uvs ' for tLe Couo- Pncd foreign for auch f-esfier on and 1" ne hs, and ! vjpoa fishery; exceed jijlaw "oxica i trd '"B in of this sster of ay, out of U, fholuln V!c slip ly pilot. Mil, ut lv to b V1 Ike the fcny t ebcH nut hin 4 det in re' Vol. 4.i r THE POLYNESIAN q cjaI Journal of "the Hawaiian Government, j, published Weekly at Honolulu, Oaiia.H. I. . JAMES J. JARVES, 'TuR. - . eopv ixr aanom, in advance, ------- t6 00 O c.y '0"lhs ,a Juce, V .V 3 50 &:epi. - "2".. Rates of Advertising. n,.(iiHff,(Uiil'Srsl insertim. H.OJ. each con , Viioeii tts.; one tialf square t lwes or less), fir-t ;"' cis., each continuance sl2"t c'.s.; Car ts, no- k;Vr-: exceeding one half sirnaniiy the year, 6 00; lTi t-A.uZ "tie square, 10 0(. Yearly ail verlising nm .cim" " hiif column. 3'.M; not exc.-e.1ui!; one l.tn, '" Vearly aJveriiinj limited to the ad- , W inrisf'Hnfc. Twenty -five cent per line, for iir-t iiiMTiion, ami six aad one-fourth cents for e...

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

i t i i 3 i 1 26 Deserters, foreigners and natives, - 90 Foreigners' confined by order of Consul and captains 20 Foreigners and natives confined by ' sentence of the courts - 150 Total, 270 " All prisoners under my charge -have three meals per day of good wholesome fare, and mats supplied them to sleep on. "5th. What labor, if anv. done bv pris oners. Foreign prisoners are seldom in long enough to be set to work. The native pris oners are under the charge of one of the judges, who either hires them out at 12 1-2 cents" per day, or employs them on govern ment work. This system is altogether wrong in respect to the manner of hiring them out, the indifferent way in which they are fed, aid the careless manner in which they are kept. I by no means approve of their being hired out at all, as there is plenty of govern ment work- to be done, which is left undone, with no adequate amount realized from their hired labor to compensate for the loss of their services. There is plenty of labor re...

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

it i I firming h loose Wight grat- ntuij llovr- most ;pain Mow fi.r F the are f re- h US e of fthev em.M 1 lud- will lree om- ers, bev fthe but cad- It the the ited that 1 be odv the iud- , in us, Und eirs the hrds and the and . as ts, es. aid ihe ng e6- av- irs khe nt- ear ty- is 40 in he is FT lie he at r. 05; B Ml I- n er e- !1- f ) he v a sew Paper. Salaries of Editors, r elish Editors are well paid, if we are to IcPOI tU" T I - in the several departments of Dicken's ifeu 1 ' rrL . t-.:i tc... ti ; : 1 nJlDer IDC i-"UJ ACTTB. x lie piiiu.ipaj r is editors at puineas eacn; a ' . Knnioefi man at 19 flrninoae anlAarUamentary reporters at 7 guineas each; j j law reporters at 5 guineas each. HKr Practice. An attorney brought an alien 1" t0 a al r DuslDess donf: The jv w hom he had once paid his addresses) uj.,urvd at" the charges. Madam," replied c Ii-ijb of the law I had a mind to convince thit my- profession is lucrative, andlthat I on- ij not nave wen a lmu maicn. --- j-The King h...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 July 1847

1 f.si 28 THE DREAM OP AN EDITOR. Aim "I dreamt I dwelt in Marble Halls." . I dreamt I dwelt in Publishers Halls, , With steel pen and ink by ray side, And that all who assembled wihin these walls To become my subscribers, applied. I bad fears that, at the close of the year, I bad lost - - -' Full many a patron's name; -.. -But I also dreamt, which pleased me most. That they stuck to me still the same. , 1 dreamed that collectors with bills in band ' . Went forth to claim the fee,. And with prayers that no debtors could withstand. They dunned thera hard for me; And I thought that when my books I came to post, To have cancelled each debtor's name; . But I also dreamt, which bothered me most, ,. That they owed me still the tame! .' ' ; '' ' y A SNOOZE. IN A HAMMOCK. BT A XEW CORBESrOSDE.TT.' It was one of those steaming, stifline,' swel tering hot nights in August, when every breath of air seemed like a young birocco, that my self and friend, having exhausted all the usual cooling exp...

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

I t1 tor-, .. - -MM auaa kirn t 1 . ,l" la. est of ii mark,.. ' the I'' to t l-clian- , e that , he land t these is nt. c r b; can eatli et board to li t penal'ii en at men r g ; "l V ou 4 JOO I AlajaH i ur.c Jri. tr.iarges fc Jees, fHE.TOEYNESIAN; , official Journal 01 n nawanan overnm published weekly at Honolulu, Oahn, H. I. jiMES, J.S.JARYES, EDITOR; - C'TERMS. copy per annum, in advance, - - -Oaewpy six months, ia advance, .... 5:nj!e copieSi - - - . "". f - ts oof - - 3 50 12 Kates oi AOTenuii;. nwsoaire, (16 lines), first insertion, Si, 00, each cob- u V -i 11.. "Hi. urn. ?ua vj aiiica vi I . iinj I so cis.. each continaance I2i cls.s Cards, nk. zL tc. not exceeding one half square, by the year, 6,00; ii rtoeedine one square, S10.00. Yearly advertising not !umn. '60.00. Yearly advertising limited to the ad- rent's own business. v,. r , i-rfrnen. Twenrv-fi"' cents ner line, for frf inrt insertion, anAix and one-fourth cents for each 5iheqnMit insertion,. ' yrausieoi &v. i ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 July 1847

m I I) -4' i '; St ii t 5! till S3 i taste, and in observing so many hundreds ofj j-wu m sucn a company, all floating about like SO tnsnv etrTnha . r i J vr"a a stranger must ac knowledge that if they are not very beauti- '7 7 J women who could better afford to do without himself, in spite of more than, the virtue of Cpu, reiurnmg the bright smiles and sun ny glances which rain in on -every side he must acknowledge that if they are not very V cry cnarming: strolling through the part of the suburbs lyine j " r 1 ine Danube, and on the edge of the town we stumbled on a larce enclosure of a couple of acres, surrounded by a tight board fence, with a fine carriage road leading up to the gateway, on which we read the title, "Universum," and placards on the door announced that on that very evening was to take place some extraordi nary assembly with music,, dancing, and what not. He paid our 15 kr. 02 cts 1 apiece and went in. Walks run about the grounds shaded by fine old trees. On one a u...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 July 1847

h Romi, quite lij Mouarp,, d io d. 1 disea l . I'M YPri o otJ Xunia. Moth, jch sa;. igbne. i rnal. be corJ ie pulJ spaner nan on. impris cretin- that dt law IS : ave tlJ i'lnicr men i- as Mr Lat thf ? naner ad thf Juration T tl tions - phen- tf" .11 relv rof tb f am paper 7 these ters to rneti. Ipabk base , and f the r the sen- jphy- zreaT tuck re in hridi- ouni rati- bus.l i gov- nre, ing and and ers 1,-tave ed brth need the and from Hin?t hich n this race the rend zed ferns he fmy Ion or og- ith la- od- C9, hid ti- Dt IT i- ti 3 r n- r cgTH Jclt. Thi9 anniversary coming on sund8?' e 5t waS ceerate y our American iJents with considerable spirit in a private av, there being no U. S. vessel in port to lend .i,e 'thunder of her guns or the music of her band he concord of joyful sounds with which , wans are wont to celebrate the birth-day of their na'K'u. . nuuiu 3-uoj5 -vuerc .played throughout the tawnjguns and crack rgred, and numerous prifue parties -were ;veDj a'J of which went-of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 July 1847

TTTPOLYNESIANl SA-TURDA,XUJ 'l 0; 1847. WE MIGHT HAVE BEEN ! BY I C LAI09. We mfcht have been these are but common word, And yet they hare the eum of lifeVbewailmg; . They ere the echo of thoae finer chordf Whose tones reverberate, when unavailing We might have been I " ,.v. - i ' We might have been so happy, says the child, Pent in the school-room's stifling beat ; When the green rushes, mid the marshes wild, Recal past iovs, and with vain hopes repeat 11 C ,UlgU, kk.w It is the thought that darkens on our youth, . When first experience sad experwce--teaches, What fallacies we have believed for truth, And what few truths our best endeavor reaches We might have been ! It is the motto of all human things The end of all that waits on mortals, seeking , The weary weight upon Hope' flagging. wings It is the cry of the worn heart while breaking We might have been v. What in this bleak wide world can e'er restore us, The feelings.Tiopes, and fancies, left ? Had we but known the bitter pat...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 July 1847

remote. i landed jne cm eliver ill on!i vessel fer of tb, In to W H of tiJ VastJ the eJ hr to bJ Puree. tJ that J ! landd these is umdtd vmMe V stone ft m.4 H Vt the Polynesian; .r.,;.t Journal of the Hawaiian Government. ke U"'" . . t.i . ui..i rt.i - . ,blisked weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. JAMES J. JARVES, EDITOR. . .TE.RMS." '" ", annum, in adrance. -"" . . . - fts nni copy r" ;. . .. " - - rr iecopwai- . . "2 Rates of Advertising. i e linpsY. first iaserlinn. El rtrt ..M, .,.. !J,rtB,-M cis-. ach continuance 12 eis.; Cards.no- 38 SOU.."'. .vimS uuuuu m uie a- jrJ insertion, aim .y, vuwuim B.jor eat a ' A cit nnH fVktV. ....... i" t srtueat insertion. , . ? "V ; ' . CHARLES HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. Ust oj Agents for te Pdynesian. Siisi, H. S- Swioloa. Bonos;. - G D.JinniCo. .tin. Ltceii ; l-oiiji. .was ri.Ya J. H. aietsoa. C W. TIN C EXT, I ... ITLDtR. CARPENTER AND JOI-tf- PER, is prepared to receive - proposila for ae- orders in either or all of the abo-branches jus-nes, at his o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 July 1847

34 partures from the rules of the body, touching this matter. Nor should it be forgotten io this connection, that very much depends up on the standard, by which we determine what is a good moral character. We'find no definition of a good moral character among the rules of the order ; but in the several printed constitutions of the minor societies is the following regulation. ""Any member cuiltv of habitual drunkenness, or of a heinous offence against the laws of the land, or of leigning nimsji bick, who b w mi the benevolent intentions of the order, shall be expelled." It is lair to presume, that a cerson not likely to commit these several offences, or some other offences of the same kind, sustains, in the judgment ot Udd-lellow thin, a pood moral character, and is not unworthy to be regarded and treated as a sworn friend. But how far do the lodges succeed in preventing the admission of un worthy members, even according to their own standard of worth ? The number of expulsions and s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 July 1847

Had Bra, hicb Ri?h. d, . Ada up coas: jralt I ids, , ence cruis PI C; -1 He 4 nd y. laivao Olin ara. all: N. a fore ta Fnry Bn pgr. one in &ior fo a let fV'hii; inc s fr to t of lieu r. t 5WC ted tger fcd i kur. 1 I! Jin ipp Iten; in ier H r fr de G U. Act: he laif o P1 t U Ha, IT 1 yrtl a IF- i rrrii Ii I oil it" IDT T.4 IT : t n'.- t4 rinf a h r be uV US' vrt1 t op t0nfinned the appointment, probably thinking Wirdfnor carryiujr aiut uuice noiaers iromihM ----- - -u M,ti w .t of payin? fr a "second edition." Republics are proverbially ungrateful, and the -beJizenin and lauding" biographer had not set fiijt on the snores ot l onga betore his successor -s apponuea. ninngaaa a stnail taste of the grew of oflice, he negotiated tor a "Vice," and rereired a commission for Potato-port, but the Kinl rery civmy uecuneu me nonor ot his fur ihcr'aeiuamtaiice. ibe dispenser of "mollis sjponis" to a President could not stand this af front from a King, and in a tempest of rage with the new c...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 July 1847

to .36 !j Stye (Diio. , , :r-3 It is a beautiful thought that -when our friend die they ere not wholly absent from ua in this world, but that they sometime linger about their old accustomed haunts, and the companions tbey still love here. This consoling idea is finely dwelt upon in the following etantas quoted from the Portsmouth Journal : ' THE DEAD. ' Still the time-no charm forgot Nothing lust that time had gives !" ' ' ' I Forget not The Dead, who hare loved, who have left us, Who bend o'er us now from their bright homes above, -But believe, never doubt, that the God who bereft us, Permits them to mingle with friends they still love. Repeat their fond words, and their noble deeds cherish, Speak pleasantly of them who left us in tears, From our lips their dear names other joys should While Time bears our feet through the valley of years. Dear friends of our youth! can we cease to remem ber The last look of life and the low whispered prayer? Oh, cold be our hearts as the ice of De...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 July 1847

. . : ? V 10 i d Is- la. U fa. (r- v. r1 fe at ir fa ba 6i 0! l.r- F3- v . t r .V lent : 4 4 "4 J 4 VOL . V tSe"polynesian. Qciil Journal of the Hawaiian Government, published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. L - J0ES J. JAEVES, EDITOR. '"terms. "" . . 3 fX COPT Pr annum, 10 eavanc, S6 00 XT Kpy six months, in advance, - . 350 jj-jk copies 12J Rates of Advertising. rw fnaare, (18 lines), Erst insertion, Sl.OO, each con- -r.c25s.; one nail sqeare (8 lines or -mr.K . - . - .: " ;r Jess), first ?. '... Avtltnv nn naif finnan hv tK - a r, rdms one square, 910,00. earlv advertising noi inoue half column, 630 00; not exceeding one S53.0J. 1 early advertising limited to the ad- F l,nin"M -r:iser ---'-- , . . Isrol Urcruscmenu.-w-1 wrmj-oTe cents per line t fst insertion, and six and one-fourth cents for for each -. r itwrttftfl. XraJsienl aiverusers are required to pay in advance. bH-'.KIES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. List of jl rents for the Polynesian. tSAiX'n H. S. Swioton. Bostok, - - CD. Jarrr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 July 1847

4 QO a kind of verse, in triplets, the father, wife and son, (afterwards his successor) in each line. It might be doubted whether the native could remember with accuracy so far back ; but this doubt would cease on hearing one of them recite the genealogy in question. As given in the native history, called the Moo-olelo, it stands as follows, beginning with the second king, the son of Watea and Hoohotuialanu CHILD OWtU, O Hiiimnalo. O Nawtehlll, C. O Halo. Hlnaamnouliue. O Warn. Hubnne. O Hiniintlo. IUunuo. "But in the native recitation, as we have heard it, the words tane husband, vahine wife, and tatnaili child, are introduced after each name in the respective columns, thus,-r- O Haloa te tane, O HiDamtnouJuae U wablne O Wai te tatnaili O Wais U tane, O Huhone la vrahlae, O HinanJo te tatnaili, tc This, it will be seen, makes of it a species of verse, with, in fact, a greater approach to rhvthm than most of the native poems. Ac- ' cordingly the recitation is made in a kind of I cha...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 July 1847

I I I i I 1 I 1 I til 1 3 rJ Vothing oi interest appears in me proceedings e Congress, except a report from Mr. Buchan- w np0n the loasuiar 5j-steni oi me v. s. w hich jjjag of interest generally to our readers, we jlf publish in our next- - Jaw has passed Congress authorizing the dis tribution of one thousand copies of Little & r-nim'a edition of the Laws and Treaties of! he United States, already purchased by Con umlcr the direction of the Secretary of 3'Pj l" """" " j "t a'"ug wmcu, -oue copy jjcbtotbe governments of Great Britain, Rus- France, Austria, Prussia, Spain, Portugal, gBttlcn, Denmark, Bavaria, the Netherlands, je&um, Sardinia," Greece, Turkey, Tuscany, ie Ecclesiastical States, the Two Sicilies, Chi ja, Brazil. Mexico, New Granada, Venezuela, Chili, Peru, the Argentine Confederation, and the jwich Islands." . Of the troubles at Rio Janeiro, we find two dierent versions, both differing however from absurd statement before given, that by the authority of Com. Ro...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 July 1847

!f 4 V8 V 5 h 4 PI If If .?:? u1 -V ill 1 I M si J i5? Si 1 St t J if est .1) 1 If ?f m H J.. I i m 40 Z)t 0ot GOSSIP. " There is a general prejudice against gos 'f ;v..; - p it. Small country towns are made light ot sip j yet every one more or icas muuij in metropolitan ones on account ot ima pro pensity ; yet even in the greatest, we hear much conversation which cannot be regarded as anything but gossip. Why is this? How comes that men have universally the grace to condemn what they have universally the had taste to eite wav to ? May it not be that there is an error in the condemnation of eossio. not in the indulgence of it. If we could suppose such to be the case, the prac tice and principles cl mansma wouia on uus point bs in harmony, excepting only for the anomaly of our condemning what is not enti tled to be condemned. The truth seems to be, that gossip comes in for a good deal of the odium due to its step-sister Scandal, and this in consequence of a confusion in the words. We...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 July 1847

r. re- Vol. 4.1 THE POLYNESIAN, ;,I Journal of the Hawaiian Government. Wished weekly ai uonoiuiu, uabu, Ji. I. a .. w i JAMES J. JARVES, EDITOR. ?1nfTERMS. ner'annam, in advance, - -- -- --IS 00 (wcapv ' niuui, .u w.j.uv, ....... o Sjjle eupiM, 12 i Rates of Advertising. n-Kisre, (16 lines), first insertion, Si, 00, each con ...ice 23 " on ha'f SQ"1 (8 haes or less), first jrllCl. W : , . - - vuiuj, .- ni sojvj- -.vtiii5 uuuicu w me aa- ,li(f , o b busings. . r,rjiit-rttfr,"e"-"-iweniy-Dve cents per line, for '4 Cern'Ti, vucvuii.u nuts iui caco Mme nt i.Tenion- ' - . .a-siect advertisers are" required to pay in ad ranee. CIIAKLE . HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. ?" , List of Agent for the Polynesian. .kit, H. S. Sainton. v Bosros, - - G. D. Jarre & Co. " 11 P.tm,.. ' I Cm . 1 1- 1. ,rIl t-jcetl 4: Collie. MoTEtr, - J: II. Gleason. . CW. VIITCENT, riLDER l CARPENTER AND JOIN- )ES,'s prepared"to receive proposils for exe- orders ia eiiner orallTtt the abore branches jji:nes, at his old stand...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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