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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 September 1847

ft one which is not, and never may be so." He shot a quick keen glance at me, and his fea tures relaxed into something like a smile. " It is a good hand,4' he said, " and a bet ter sentiment," - He added, after a short pause " Will jou work for fifteen shillings a week?" I eagerly accepted, the proposal. The miserable pittance seemed a mine of wealthy and, as my eyes sparkled with happiness, again the little man smiled. I did not think his rugged features could have born so pleas ing an expression. - " You may Begin, then, when you please," he said, " but understand, I only engage you from, week fo week. The permanence of your employment must depend upon your ap plication " 4 -v . ' With your permission I will begin this instant," I replied; but seeing that I sudden ly checked myself and paused, my new em ployer inquired with sharpness, " What is the matter now, sir? "I only would request an hour's liberty, first," I answered, "time enough to tell my wife of my good fortune. . It wi...

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

- ti ; 3 TsOt ?n pesof its mending We believe rays of light jjt darting through the whole false system, by jjfh the ewntry'has been kept back "and its j4 energies misdirected. The Chiefs are be-- inning to see the true ralue of the soil,' but the icfest diffictdtytb overcome, is the" settling the jijles among themselves. -The Government is a-illin: and desirous of leasing on liberal terms at their disposal. ' They have already : of btc leaded out to Toreigoere lands for about" a Jotf" new plantations for coffee and sugar.' ' Aj. itions are coming in for more. J.It takes time fa them to get under vray) our 'readers howey e will perceive, that something is doingfbr the jjTCultural interest of the country ,and though jfcey may grumble at the tardiness, they need not jpjpair. In a couple- of years,- We venture ' to pedict that Und titles will be settled', and lands th in town. an untry to be procured on rea jansble terms. -We hava always advocated the introduction of foreign; capital an...

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

i . . . AN AMERICAN STORY. ' Portland ia the all darndest place I ever seed. J was down there in "33 to see a little about my going to theLegislatoor; and such a rum place you never heerd tell on. Did I ever tell you about the ice cream scrape I had ? We answered in the negative, and he resumed. Wall, I'd been down thar, two or three days, pokln' about in every hole, and thought I'd seed every thing that was to be seed. But one day towards sun down I was goin' by a shop in Middle-street, that looked wonderful slick there was all manner of candy an' peppermints, an' jassa mints, an' julepmints, and what nots at the windows. An' then there war signs with goold letters on them, hanging round the door, tellin how they sold soda, mead, an' ice creams thar. I says to myself, I have heern a good deal about these here ice creams, and now I be darned if I wont see what they're made of. So I puts my hands into my pockets,an' walked in kinder care less, and says to a hap standin' behind the Ti...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 September 1847

ti loaverj lii.t- VA eatJ iTitwa ( I Boll l(.lal IRoH on fi triva! THE .-POL YNE'SI r :-V I i-kiirn ? nublUbcd weeklykt Honolulu, Oaha, 11. 1;' JAMESJ' RVE EDITOR. .mr a n 11 1 m m JlriVannv - - j.:,IC A ncopr six montBs.ia advance, . . .--- - 3 50 IZ comes, W" - - - It '... 25 its.; one half na-t ls or lest), first Si cti. each contTMabcc 12i ct - Card, nn. S xedyWf square , by the year, 6,00f ,ptrJ:Dff one wuMrr iu,o. i eariTaaTcnisiiur Bot 630.00;. not .erceedins one ad. or y,, tTrstsert'0B and cifand x)ne;fonrth:cats for ecb K.LU . B. rumaa.?. ? s. rcitco, t ra ac rum or H, Lacett Coltft, MoxTBaty, -J--M. Gfcasort. i VINCENT, Dl'lLDElt, CARPENTER AND JOIN h rn Ta nrenared -lorrecervat proDosals. for xxe jTifr orUcia I culler vs an vi - u ww v ui aiii...;a ,' husine8. at Uiaoiusiana.'in ncmoiuiu. -uuract .immediate attention to l be utnctoa Ttiai.bia t siimatea will Iwave upovtennsiv8' reaaonablo rii ne CDiaineu si but uiuci cnauusuiucui. iiio vnitieafor buiuinff are onsarpasseav...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 September 1847

ce Mr. Charlton. You will, therefore, not op; pose the construction of sviffy wharves." Viacount Palmerston's despatch just refer red to, likewise contains the following para graphs: ; ' The fourth question has reference to the law which prohibits British ubjectsfrom mar rying" natives ''bf the Sandwich Islands, with out taking the oath of allegiance to the King. " The King and His Ministers have prom ised Sir Geo. Seymour to reconsider and al ter this law. Her Majesty's Government, therefore leave Jt to you to watch over the fulfilment" of that promise" 0 Trusting, therefore, that you will be pleased, at your convenience to make known to the Kjog and Government of the Sandwich Islands, the purport of this despatch.'. I have the honor to be, Sic, (Signed) Wm. MILLER. " R. C. VTLLiE, J2equire, fV Minister of Foreign Relations, &;,. &c. . ., t J: i No. 16. ' .No. 13. Foreign Office, 13tbf.Aug.l8t; Sir: I have the honor Jo acknowledge Jhe receipt of yourespatchesNos. 10fiand 10...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 September 1847

lesst- Gal, lit. mp Sib: In recurring to your lettered. -23, of the 25th instant, arid onfrfrthcr Consider ation of its Jatter paragraph, I tkink it ex pf'difent to state that in my opinion iuis de sirable that the engagement 0ioh abating of the ranawicn asiuhus nas made, Jvamclv lhat no iuiure the po THE issessio impediment ofdiurbjKce to t (of the land restored Jo JMr. Dl ll lt a. la a .... . 1 j, public! notified in the Government News. I havelhe lionor.to be, &c, . (Sine r&: W MILLER. ' ' AORLUy-t ""lit, ".AUgUSlJSi7. No. . K;'jrS-:No; 21.1 PQyyWAnJBQASEPTEMBER 18471 . had cone down th iaT -.i-V: . .. T. T "apatched the Bainbridge mk,k auer thenjC.r ."' .. en slightly ' KoundMi'V " l1!; Iherig W J irftp as lost ini f V'f-They then 7.73 VpecianJ 2,000 freihr. i - 1 rtririnnr" - "s. - "".t ;., A ; . . ve" w avoid tiieir uatterv , . v.V aim nieir strongest re- n -v; " '. J sj Charfton in IJall be allowed," shulijpiour, $8,25 aW: Whale Bone, 28 a 9 on vessel, resumed our mar...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 September 1847

ill-- I 4 tj r p n T. V N F, S I A N . S A TU3U) A Y, S lPiijEK numjV"-to-a-root-ative- ness," wsi Ach excited to listen to any . STEALING MELONS. y 1 They thougM to .yi .rTeTv I always took. fereal pleasure m having , a their floundering m the water and be drain nDi rrm-Hpn I felt larger than common it 1 , r rnniiit somewhat.. I succeeded inaising cucumbers earlier tnaji l. ,t j snoutd burst forth in a roar of my neiguuora, s u um.v ... 77 i - j laughter as l nsieneu iu .mcir ""ur'.o pecially. I had the earliest and best kmd & sudden revelation of a cis- of fruits.. - BuU was greatly -perplexed lor a of water there . , lonir time with thieVinff boys. Almost every llWlm. yOOTA onvihino- about it before; night theseason of fruit,tny garden was . d that we should botb tumble into it." a i wvyo e- i - - I "l ne om kuuw iuusi uiv 3?-V.S .m.olilnwn . ! tried various ways to pro- . , ;iisi : " , tect iny grounds, had watch-dogs but they r conclude they had not been he lafd, f t were ,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 September 1847

I 1 i i'f': :: n t 1 . 1 . . ' ' . ' " W , . : : ' - - . - . - '.HI vau:. oobi l.-ill Journal Ol ino niM wnemm i,i - - m w ...Mished weekly at nonoiuia, vjnu, n..i . i t JIARLES E. HITCHCOCK. jiMES J. J W TEfi M S- - ' ranee, li r . fr wnom, ie adraace, - r, . Rates of AdvcrtiMar. V l -.-- . 1 .: " . v l reeVlTC; VISITINGvBUSINESS AND ADDRESS 4JtS t. rta each coaiinsaaee 121 cU Cards. n With neatness and despatch, on liberal terms. ji m. . crr . ,w n I : - " . " v VJnr one sqnmre, 1 0,00. Yearly advertisia not 'me hatf cotBmn, S304; not exceflin;ai a' vrf t "iwk -veariy mdyeniA to:td. SUctioir anirCommissiqn iilcntutnts, i wwe.-Tnrr-fiTl ntrjiie; for . .?i.V, fHOXOLUHL OAHU. II. I. l 4lrf wnw". , -JXSr "uat adrerUSCT rt reqlld 10 pay in aaTtWCe.-i I tHAR E. piTCHCOt, KIMTGIC oPAraltforVie Pcfyneniajy. r. i iuwm. . . . .. LoettCIU.TIO!rTBr, JKGlea)!! : r rr-v fILD5R.sC.RPENtR AND JOJNt rmA to ' Kceil . flropoails fcr esa. n'rdert in either or U otHha above brunches b.rts;" nf oim.' I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 September 1847

SI nei . 70 COXCLCDED FROM TA.GZ 72. tained in my own extract, which can, in ev ery particular, be verified by4 documents in my possession, bearing your own signature. You cannot have forgotten, that in March, 134 i, when Mrs. Charlton requested me to act as Mr. Charlton s arbiter, in the arbitra tion then proposed, I declined to act, until I V". 1 obtained her ftill permission to decide 1 . wtne question against her husband, if the doc uments to be produced by the uovernment should convince me that his title to the land was not eood. and that that honorable lady, with much dignity, at once granted that per mission. It tbllows. therefore, that the moral principle with which I set out was that of j doing in the matter strict ngm ana jusucc, unbiassed by any national or friendly con siderations. I had thought that you approved of that principle. In your Despatch No. 10, of 19th March, 1344. addressed to my predecessor. I find the following, viz: " It is necessary I should correct your...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 September 1847

Ml - . jictatcd to be expended on, for Hono- cf the theatre with the accommoda fr spectators, must be pronounced as cred- ihe tate and cnterpnze ol tne origina- The boose was crowded by 7 o'clock' and t m r - . 1 i - . i , I. pt, wnen ."ur. mh-viu ueuverca ma it v. as mica to overflowing, i ne King -.in.tm ifO R';lt,on,, arr'vel xn after and was f" ; i -jrh protracted cheering, the orchestra God swe nc ivihi. j ne.Turtain sittr roc 'and the Xivq plays wer1 gone -h with jimfh spirit The characters of i.-l cU, asm atioru in me-: Aoopteu were aunrtvj u9iaiuuu. . noma tia snacks." antL." Ulaiwre." Fortune V Frolic elicited much applause. .forcl ratner iiucr.iu iuru uugu j ilar inanhood' into the delicate and ul r.-ntour of sweet female sixteen, espe t:thno aitance Tfora .the right source r.hbe; but the male actors in petti . if they lefto room for the iex they imi-t-fiivT their grace aad loveliness eertain- r thro"-" P' 13 ie grt-tujamusemeni 'fj("t;oa of the audience, who weia all tcli...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 September 1847

1' Mi Ii'' 72 Continued tbom Page 69. nnnn the same Hawaiian right of election. hv which the Kinff himself has selected Alex ander, to be the-heir to the Kingdom, and of what property belongs to tne thrown, in preier cnce to his elder brothers, Moses, and Lot. AH. this seems strange only to those who do not, or will not, study the native customs. The last will of Kinau was not written, bnt mnAa known vcrballr. as was that of her Predecessor Kaahamanu, and no fact is more generally known and admitted here by all parties, natives end foreigners, who Know any thfrig of the native languirge, usages and customs,- than that Victoria Kamamalu, was considered the rightful owner of the land cal led Pulaholaho, up to too date of the decision of the British Government to a .contrary - Rut neither Knahuinanu, Kinau, nor V ic- toria. ever owned the beach to seaward of that land, and Mr. Ricord wa9 in error, w hen he asserted the claim of Victoria, to. that land. In this as in the cases of thejot...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 September 1847

iepart artier PI to n tixt i. DC, n ,.1 J v; fnl. 4.! JrirE POTG YNESIXNI: nl Journal of the Hawaiian Government, YfoheJ weekly atHonoIoliii Oah,H. I uMES J.' J ARVEsJ EDITOR - per annum1! ia advance, - -i - - 6 OS in mouths, in advance, j-rr'- - - - Rate of AivertlsingV -v."' waniw. (l ,inest nrl insertion, 81,00, each con (PT2; a.; oue naif square (8 line or lew), first sot exceeding one half senate, by the year, 6,00; "vZcaiZ one square, 910,00. Yearly advertising not -1? . i iiismentt, .A "insenk, and six one-fourth centS"for each jte: adrertisers are leauired to pay in advance. , raillLES E- HITCHCOCK PRINTER, II S. ewintonwrroF, - Jarre to. Lucctt & CoU'.e- Moxrtaey, , J. H. Gleaaon." C. 4W. VINCENT, ? l)rR is oreoared to "receive -proposals for,exe- r r ., - i, i . i -i ip orders in enner or u i iub uuvc urntiica giaes, at ais old stand, in .Honolulu.' -Contract-,ioo favor hin with propooaJaraay be assured 'o( 'jameJuta attention t. the jsame, andbat his mates wilt aln-ay...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 September 1847

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1847. my by M. Arago, accompanied by very in teresting remarks on the history and import ance of the discovery. Other astronomers (said M. Arago) have sometimes found, ac cidentally, a movable point, in the field of their telescopes, which proved te be a planet ; but M. Le Verrier descried the new body without having occasion to take a single look towards the heavens he saw it at the point of his pen. lie determined, by the power of the calculus alone, the place and the magni tude of a body situated far beyond the known limits of. our planetary system ; of a body whose distance from the sun exceeds 1200 millions of leagues, and which in our most powerful telescopes offers a disk"" scarcely perceptible. In fine, the discovery of Le Verrier is one of the most brilliant manifesta tions of the exactness of modern astronomical - systems; and it will encourage the" ablest geometers to search, with new ardor, for the j eternal truths which, according...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 September 1847

Ir r ror ler hitherto been done as it were on the .nd rood faitn ot the parties. We 6hould K : - i. . -t . . -rr to see cuvumsmncw aiier, so mat toe Pin'nient would be obliged to be.as minutely - -tlAP kl)nflIAa lillt C v.mn.-.l f .1.- nmip. there will be nn other 1tan laeiui' " 7 -" j it IS inijwssiwc uiuihh IO oe ID au .iiratclv ascertained. We learn that a of brandy ana i oi cnamp&igne were seized '.Lo since as they were being illegally laud- from a crehant vesseL vyTbroush the pofireueta f.iW HigginV. ... ifjrjo oi mc uvaua, . . ,c.were lavored K'.ffli" of thc'N. Y-Maurnal of ConirnerW tn L froai which we hare . already largely .-rted, ana w im , ,v""j uemgjuie ,on j y late Lnrsn papers in the pJSiae,) we intended to lteofuuiaruicr, tor the benefit 'of the ik. But we were 'owiging , enough to let o out of .our; ioseyoo for, a; fe;v faySt iajr upon their prompt return to fulfil our rttowrds theadw Bqt we hire learn- ubirJ in hand is worth, as we have ,,3 alerter of .theni sif...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 September 1847

76 HOW A TAILOR COLLECTED A DEBT. Near the close of the last century, a tail or, who exercised his avocation in Philadel phia, was imposed upon bj a person who contrived to get a suit of clothes on credit, and afterwards eloped without paying for them. The account was placed on the poor man's .hooks, and soon forgotten. Some yearslafterwards he was examining his old records of debt and credit, profit and loss, when his'attention was attracted to this ac count, and all the circumstances attending it came fresh to his mind. Suddenly , an odd thought suggested itself. - ' . I'll try an experiment said ne to hunselt; peihaps I may succeed in catching the rogue and getting my money.' , 4! , Ha Immediately prepared an advertise ment, in substance as follows, which he in serted in the.Philadelphia Ga'zette: If J C- 7 who was in Philadelphia about the month of 1795, will send his ad dress to the editor of this paper, he will hear of something to adv antage. Printers in the neighboring state...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 October 1847

-i r ? -. ' , '''''' ' ' " ' " ' - da eS, 1 rj a p. re rf J4. A k. Vol. .41 THE POLYNESIAN, vOSci! Journal of-the Hawaiian Government, is published weeiuy m nonorma, Ultra; ri. L jiilES J. JARVES, EDITOR, V w corf Ir Mnom' jnfancej - . - - . $6 oo wf v six mouths, m adMace.- - - - . 3 60 $jdt wpi, -------- - ----- ,A-. I2i ' Rates of Advertisinx. -. -. . f 16 linesY, first insertion. S 1.00. Mr h -nn. JnL23cis.; one half goare (a lines or. less), first not exceeding orfi half square, by the year, S6.00; IrtWow Blf wluroB, . 30.00 ; not exceeding one iTn 150,00. w Teariv. advertising limited to.he ad- jjeding 00 square, iu,w. , i eany adrertnrinir nnt Riser's i,oe"- -.V " 'v rif Advertisements. Twenty-fire cents per line, for rt iasertwo, ana six ana one-ioarm cents Jor each !'nt insertion. - Transient advertisers are required to pay ia advance. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. sf tfjjreklsfsrtke Polynesian. v H. S. 8sinla.v.BoTO,-ta - O.B. JarvtstCo. 114. Lacett 4 CoIl. Moxtmet, J. H....

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

78 whole street in motion, and there is a gener al rustling of inantillas, and a general rush to the windows.' The men bear their calami ty better; the senor, when he has once a cigar between his sallow lips, has made up his mind for the day. Whether he stands in the sunshine or sits in the shade whether he wakes or sleeps, the cigar serves him for all the exercise of his animal functions. His brain is as much enveloped in smoke as his moustaches; his cares vanish like the smoke itself. It is not until his cigar-box is empty, that he reverts to the consciousness of his being an inhabitant of this world of ours. But some are of a more aspiring dispo sition. They now and then glanco round upon the noble landscape which encircles their city. But they do this with the most dexterous determination not to move a limb. Their houses are fiat-roofed; some of them have little glazed chambers on the roofs; and there they sit with the sky above them, ' the mountains round ' them, and the sea be...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 October 1847

(the lhe wlJ VmakV Cmlaaj oceiaJ Irs, low r--.mm nf THE POLTBCBI1.M: TBl i ,- cubiect of your last week's edito- '"luraine. That our little town ofl r 1 la u on tne increa! J tnat march Moment is coin forward in every thins T , to this country are facts too evident J1. , t Kven those w hose deliffht it was cy down every attempt of the Ha r.r.mment to enact rood laws and to ;n their capability of taking care of lvet bave ai as asnaineu oi weir nieut, nii tDeir ou opPf'tion has died T. r . f.lut murmur rf rlinntpnt inference that you hare drawn, that im neat among the noire? goes forward in a . ratio with the increase' of white ,1?rm, appears. to me very, correct, and vou y thii ougHto Le encouraged, I ful mar ith vou. In fact it toust be evident rv ene who takes any interest in the .mat- Aktt tflt III1' w. - w... J1IUUT V . -1. a m intftrminffliul wttk k ma L , .iTC lltl 1 1 huv4uiii&(vu nj L me 11a- diffusing around tbem the spirit of r ihe natives. The old exclusive notions m I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 October 1847

i r it m Sll M TWf. pntlVWP.st N.Ys CTUlfDJLY.' OCTOBER ' 2, 1847. . . ... A It. -1- Jl I J- XJ. --J A VAJA ----- " J " - --SSSSS--- I I '. l tt - : ,i i. fll . -. - , . . Slijc lio. A VALENTINE. Wanted, a Aani to claspjn mine ; As down life's stream I apeed ; Wanted, en arm to lean on mine Tia such an arm I need t Wanted, a light and blithmmtfoot With joyous step bo free. To thread the. checker'd paths of life O'er Life's tempestous sea. Wanted, a form of medium height, A head below mine own ; That confidence might upward gaze . ' On looks of love alone. ' - " , Wanted, an tyt whose matchless hue Illam'd with love sincere ; , ' In palace or in low ly cot The same would still appear. Wanted, m lip whose every smile Would hallow a sweet home . ' 'A voice whose rarest melody Would breathe of joys to come. Wanted, a heart to know and feel, . Forgive and be forgiven. To cheer the mazy ways that lead -To happiness and Heaven. W. G. P. CHILDREN. ' BT MRS. HARRIET BEECHER STOWE. a A little...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 October 1847

. .... - i ;J'LHO0 - r i i "JTA.- , ' - .'-'. -" ;i jj r . ' ,: WFl " - HONOLULU. SATURDAV nfiTniipp o iq, fy, 01, ; ' 1 - n fes. Ida Of I ad -ct. of 1 rfl"E POLYNESIAN. 1 btehed weekly at Honolulu, Oiha, H. I. jiMES J. JARVES, "EpiTQR. TERMS. JT '' Ict annum, ia" advance, - W 00 ' in months, ia advance, . . 3 SO - Hi Rates of Adrertisittfc. ' . wcrtM. 0s J'"1)' ?ret ""tio?i iP0, each con- i-vjjcu-; "e u hu",c o uses w ej, nrsx TZm, si cis-t B conuouaace I2 eti.j Cards, do-Vfn7-.t .rmliii?one kalfaonare.hr tS mr ta on. I ,Vfdias 00 square, tl 0,00. Yearly edvertising'not ir1., am nit. -- - j: 00. Yearly advertising limited to the ad. 'fr-jctibusiiieM, , , - , grj ewertwn, and aiz aad one-fourth cenu for each Uatrti0,u . .. . . ritnt advertisers are required to pay ia aavance. cHj.2LS E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. list f ArerU for thPolynetian. - ... H. S Swinloa. "Borro, -r OTJ. Jarrea s Co. r..P- . B. Pitman, a&aciaco, am at Smitk. on L-tl C0II3 XMTcbst, J. H. Ulesana, C. "W. VINCENT,...

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