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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1844

'-m'nXX.''JEL?-nXl.&m OCT. 2. ii BY AUTHORITY. jj bcoroci necessary to Uy before the public a 'notice of the circumstance which have induced bin Jamci Armstrong, commanding in chief jNrl Forces of the United States in the fie, not to salute the Hawaiian Flag, during his fnt visit to these Islands. The public here not judge of the motives of this anomalous by the rumors propagated erparte, to the judice of His Majesty's Government, without JJing in favor of the sixty gun frigate, jotne tirao previous to the arrival of the U. S. "i Savannah, Mr. Drown claimed certain privi- for a citrzen of the United States, upon the neous supposition that like privileges had been --reeled to British subjects under the 3d Article the Treaty of Lahaina. This led to a bulky ifgpondence, in which the allusions and language loyed by the American Commissioner were so Wive to His Majesty, that he caused the w hole -jtespondence, and all the records in the case, to J transmitted to His Excellency the Pr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1844

LT-i-rXPXICrC OCT. 2. tot cfcj PROTOCOLE eVunc conference tenuc t Lima, lc 20 Juin, . 1B41, en la maison tie la Legation de la Nouvcllc Granada. . . . V. LES SOUSSIGNES, Envoyi Extraordinaire et Ministre plcnipo tettiiaire de la Nourelle Granada, r Chargi d Affaires des Etats Unis, Chargi d' Affaires de S. M. le R rranfaxs, ' Chrgi dy Affaires de S. M. V Empereur du Brisil, , Chargi d Jlffaires de S. M. le Roi des Delves, Chargi if' Jlffaires de S. M. Briitannique, Runia en conference, pour prendre en con sideration l'etat actucl des chosen an Perou, et se poser une rlgle de conduitc dans I'in teret de leurs nationaux, ont unanimcmcnt reconnu: 1. Que, par suite de la transformation politique qui a ou lieu u Lima le 17 du pros-, ent mois, lc pays est maintenant agite par plusicura partis. 2. Que si, fidelc aux principes gt-ncraux de neutralitc et dc non-intervention, le Corps Diplomatique doit admcttrc chacun des gou vernements de fait ctablis dans lc pays, il doit aussi elevcr scs r...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 October 1844

i m PTTC TUT TTfl TTD Th TT T TXT TTT fQ TT A TT 1L IDl lEd IT mJ lLd 11 IN JILj Jl xaI In i" 't Jl .1 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT IIOIVOLULIJ, OAUU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1844. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. SO. LAW. It ii the tyrant death, the frecmans guard;. Or framed around the lavage council fire Or where the yeoman kcepcth watch and ward In glens and mountains where the ancient sire With patriarchal justice rules his halls Or where a nation rising up from sleep, Unbinds its chains and bursts the ancient walls Which shut in wolves among the flying sheep Or whero meet sages in a deep conclave O'er Right and Justice. Then w hen Truth approves Doth Freedom smile and dig the Tyrant's grave, While Heaven in man w ith gentle mercy moves, And strong and weak in bonds of justice binds, Perfecting this a brotherhood of minds. Leave from Memory's Note Rook. NUMBER 6. Rio Janeiro appears to good advantage from the water. Its spacious churches, con vents, and hills...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 October 1844

t it r. Pui.v ; i: i a n. and honorably ; for the history of every use ful life warns him to- shape his course in thai direction. The benefits he acquires in ch & place are not of such a selfish kind, but extend themselves to his home, and those whom it contains. Something of what he hears or reads within such walls can scarce ly fail to lead to larger sympathy with men, and a higher veneration for the great Crea tor of all the wonders of this universe. It is, let me say it once again, on the effect of such institutions as these upon the great so cial system and the peace and happiness of mankind, that I delight to contemplate them. And in my heart 1 am quite certain that long after this institution, and others of the same nature have crumbled into dust, the noble harvest of the seed sown in them will shine out brightly in the wisdom, the mercy, the forbearance, of another race." THE POLYNESIAN. OFFICIAL JOURS AL OF THE ILW'AIIAS GOVERXMEST. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 144. Agri...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 October 1844

1311. T II K PULV N E S 1 A N . 83 decreed or established in Peru by the differ ent partict; Hive unanimously declared: That pursu ant to the principles set forh in the Protocol signed by them on the 20th of the present month, they ought as well to discountenance all embargoes as all blockades. Done in sextuple: Lima, 27th June, 18 14. (Signed,) T. C. de M09QUERA, a. Lt Moauk, MANOEL CERQHRA LIMA. H. BOSCH SPKNCKR, W. PITT ADAMS. BY AUTHORITY. Be fort Hit Excellency M. Kekuanaoa, assisted by J. RtcoRD, Esq., II. H. M. Att'y General. On appeal from the Inferior Judges. ANTHONY JENKINS, Plaintiff in Error, tt. The HAWAIIAN GOVERNMENT. At tub Court Room, ) Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1844. J ICF'The plaintiff in Error hud been fined by the court below for adultery $30, pursuant to soction 4, of chap. 34, of the Hawaiian statute that be ing the mitigated part of the penultv, the criminal part having been foreborne to be demanded by the plaintiffs wife. The object of the appeal wan to reverse the ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 October 1844

$4 T H K POLY N K S I A N . OOTOBR, 8 i HI i 8 IW) m m i' r i V4 lit 1 ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To ta Creditor ani Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Green way, late merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severally in Ike Village of Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Hawaiian Is lands, ltd now Assignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit of xnevr Kreauors. TTTOU will please to take notice that J-L the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Greenwait or severally to the said William French, or severally to the taid Francis John Greenuay prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the saute to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Estate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 October 1844

THE fOLYN 111 PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAHl, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J.1 JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1844. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 21. U2A ip m 'Wis r o Wc find the following lines copied from paper to paper with terms of deserved commendation, but they are erroneously ascribed to Elliott, the corn law rhymer." They were written by James R. Lowkt.i., and appeared among his first published poems, sc4i? years finer. THE B E (j GAR. A bcg.ir through the world am I, From place to place I wander by; Fill up my pilgrim's scrip for me, For Christ's sweet sake and Churity ! A little of thy steadfastness. Rounded with leafy gracefulness, Old oak, give mo. 'That the world's blasts may round me blow, And I yield gently to and fin, While my stout-hearted trunk below And tirm-set roots unmoved be. Some of thy stern, unyielding might. Enduring still through" day and night. Rude tempost-shork and "w ithiMing blight, That I may keop at bay "The change fid Aprilsky of chance, And the xt...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 October 1844

T H C P 0 L Y N i: SIAN. OnonrR, of our race and should be preserved; the slightest link broken makes a wide breach; the time for gathering such knowledge is fast drawing to a close, as one after another of the old grey heads of the nation disap pear, and while our thanks are due to those who furnish a portion of the lives of these veterans, we would not have them omit that portion, without which the contrast is imper fect, and the narrative incomplete. .THE POLYNESIAN. OFFICIAL JOFRSAL OF TUU HAWAII AS imvKRsmisv. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, OCT. 12, 1811. To destroy is easy; to construct dillicult. Nothing is more common than to detect flaws in a neighbor's work, while self-scrutiny dies from inaction. In this age, a man ne glectful of his own appropriate sphere, arro gates to himself the fullest judgment of mat ters, to accomplish which, he is as adequate as to scale a glacier, or to discover the foun tain of life. Surely we live in an era per haps we should say on an island unparallel e...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 October 1844

I 18U. 1 H J'- J' O L V N i: S IAN. . X 7 r. : . w f Sales at Auction. Oct. 7th:-Ay , 4- Co. cargo of French whale ship Ocean, 200 bbfs whale oiI-22 cts. per ga o This oil was bought for the Valparaiso market, and goes forward per Lafayette. The Ocean, we learn, will be condemned. .ih, Oct. "--byPaty tf Co hull of French wha hng bq. Ocean, $800-cash. 12,000 lbs. bone, a 24c" Latest Dates. vi-Xlv. i V "' 1 en' 1 aI1 Uivrr 3 months; 75 sp., T n0',' 1S. Trm ,30 h. 12,000 1M. i,J.rm Zn1' TJamin' V Lon1" " months: 300 Nrw'p 5V40.'000 lb!,boilC! bwque Oarlnnd, ,'dfo.,;,, 27,n'ont!': 300 sperm, 800 wh. fiouo f . 'i letdrr' 1 roy,'deni months: 700 whale, ford ri ii" 1 nlquc Bran,,n- Whitehead!, New Bed' Tr lent K tV3VP., T wha,e 9000 lb- l''c: ;n ..T ' lcl' ::cw ondon 15 months; 00 A m- . I t?n rrora i-onaon, .uarcn 12 Paris, March 10 u'u ,cVai,U0U ,h8, N,I,P! ""niilton, Loper, Deaths. At Lahaina, Sept. 13, John A. Bisbet, steward Am. whalc-ehii) Kutusotf, aged 43. lie belonged to Providenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 October 1844

f c5 t u i: h j. v n : i a n . OfTonr.n, m it Mi i 1 1.1 1 1 if .rl V ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To A Creditors and Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Gkeenway, late merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severally in thcl'illage of Honolulu) Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Is lands, but now Assignors to the (hurt of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit of their Creditors. Ty OU will please to take notice that jf. the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the paid Court of Chancery, to collect all the joint -and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John (Jrkenwav or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John Grkf.nvvay prior to the ifh day of September now current, and that yon will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Fstate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned ban bfen...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 October 1844

THIE POLYNESIAN PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIIT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Editoh. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1844. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 4 & ri'i nn . I " " . . 1? vsy ia ISA u o THE HERITAGE. BY JAMKS H. LOWtl.L. The lich man's son inherits binds, And piles of brick, and stone, nnd gold, And fic inherits soft, white hands, And tender tlcsh that fears the cold, Nor daren to wear a garment old : A heritage, it peems to mo, One would not care to hold in fee. The rich man's son inherits wants, A stomach craving dainty fare; 'With nought to do. he hears the pants Of toilinir hind? with brown arms bare, And wearies in his easy chair : A heritage, it seems to" me. One would not care to hold in fee. The rich man's son inherits cares; The bank may break, the factory burn, Some breath may burst his bubble shares, And soft, white hands would hardly cam A living that would suit his turn; A heritage, it seems to me, One would not care to hold in fee. .What docs the poor man's son ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 October 1844

90 T II K POLYNESIAN. (Octobcr, ueapont, arms and the like, which they shall accordingly deliver up and shall not have or buy any irithout license, on pain of imprison' ment for not exceeding one month ; and the houses of aliens may be searched for arms. Itis Majesty may require all aliens to register themselves, and obtain licenses of residence, vhich may be limited, revoked or renewed; and the penalty of being at large, without such li cense, is six months imprisonment," Sec, &c. The above act is still in force, though suspended in its operation. Her Majesty can, by proclamation, revive it or such por tions of it from time to time, as the public exigencies require. Meantime, all that re lates to passports, land4', offices, &c, Sic, is in force, and shows the inestimable boon to foreigners of being naturalized in Great Britain, while there are but very few advan tages offered to them, as yet, in the Ha waiian Islands, and these of but minor im portance. . .. . Li GAM EN. Ho...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 October 1844

T H j; P 0 I. V i K s i A N . have heard of this season arc the three fol lowing. South America, of Providence, 10 months from home 3600 bbls. whale, 100 sperm, 3G,000 lbs. boneworth $49,COo! Ship Hamilton, Sag Harbor 13 months 3300 whale, 70 sperm, .12,000 Iba. bone worth $4C,9C0. Ship Lowell, New London 14 months 1000 whale, 300 sperm, 40,000 lbs. bone worth $00,400. The game is pursued as far north as G0. The portion of the ocean most abounding in whales is subject to dense fogs and heavy weather, frequently preventing the lowering of a boat for two to four consecutive weeks. One ship had it rainy and foggy for three months. Whales are met with in the greatest abundance, so that in a few days clear weather, great numbers are killed. In fact the actual season for capturing them, is on account of the density of the fogs, very limited. We have gathered these facts principally from information derived from the ship mas ters themselves, and from the tables kept by the American Consul....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 October 1844

I 0( tobi.k; 92 T II K P U L V N E S I A N . v 3 5 . Jm J; V' 8 ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To A Creditors and Debtors of the Estate qf William French and Fkancis John Greenway, ac merchants, doing busi nes jointly and severally in the Tillage oj Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Is lands, but now Assignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit of their Creditors. TyOU will plcise to tako notice that Ax the undersigned Ins been legally uppoiuted AtoiU of the r.nid Court of Chancery, to" collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Gree.nway or severally to the suit! William Fre.nch, or severally to the said Francis John Greenway prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save eots by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of s:id Kstate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally ap...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 October 1844

PdDLfN III iurtjI$iiei vi:i:ki,y, at Honolulu, oaiiij, Hawaiian islands. J. J. JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1844. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 23. TH ip ( ia Hi'o SONG OF THE SPRING BREEZE. BY MRS. ANN B. KTF.PIIKNH. Oh, give me welcome I tome I come From a Bwcct and halmy land, With the tropic rose I have made my home; 'Mid ripening fruits I have loved to roam Where the Kea-shclla lie in their golden sand, I have played with the loam of a Southern Btrand. Oh, give me welcome ! I bring I bring A gift for the coming May, 'The suushine falls from my restless wing, ?t touches the ice of the mountain spring; But 1 laugh 1 laugh as it melts away, And my voice is heard in the leaping spray. Oh, give, me welcome a welcome now ! The winter was stem and cold, But I sung him to sleep, and I kissed his brow, While I lifted his robe of spotless snow. And that crusty fellow, so chill and old, Aweke in a mantle of green and gold. A welcome now ! while the Routh wind weaves His breath with the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 October 1844

r4 T II E V 0 L V N E S I A N. October, nations in the north of Europe ? Who knew any thini alout tin (Hpsics, till an examin ation of their language proved thorn to he f Knnl Indian origin. instead of Hvunl'tan. -j., , . . 7 . II. I t II as tlcir name once leu tne icarncM io nciicvc. Who can douht of the common origin of the natives of the Sandwich Island and those of flic Society Island, who speak the same language, in substance, although the two groups arc twenty-five hundred miles apart, and those people had no other means of in tercourse over the Pacific ocean, than their frail canoes ? Or, who would for a moment lueaitatc to decide from language alone, even if we did not know the fact from other sour ces also, that the the mixed race of Pitcairn cd the first English navigators, that visited their island ? And not to fatigue you with other illustrations if in the remotest ages of futurity, all historcal records of the settle ment of the colonies of America from our mother count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 October 1844

184. t H i: v o l v N i : s i a n . and ornament our gardens, nn.l no imlior nou tree has been found to flourish in tlio poil of Honolulu half so well. The name of Vancouver will long be remembered in ,onor and gratitude as the friend of the Ha waiian farmer. But we leave this subject for the present, trusting that others more qualified will pursue it, and the hints thus thrown out be not lost. A Chapter of Accidents. Two of our amateur sportsmen left town ou the lGth, on a ducking excursion. They had scarcely made themselves comfortable at Mr. Holt's house, near Wailua, where they intended to pass the night, when the house took tire and was entirely consumed, which consigned them to a neighboring hut and fleas and moschctocs for the remainder of the night. The next day they rode to Wailua, engaged a canoe and went out on a lagoon to try their luck. YmU were shy, and a mud-hen was the sole trophy. In trying to get him, while the gentlemen were re-loading their fowling pieces, the ca...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 October 1844

OcTOEfR, 90 T If F; P 0 L Y N E S IAN. 1 ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To Ac Creditors and Debtors of the Estate of William French nm Francis John (Jrf.f.nwav, laic merchants, doing busi ness jointly and sci'cntlh in the I 'Wage of Honolulu inland of (John, Hawaiian Is lands, but now Assignors to the Court oj Chancery of Ouhii, for the benefit of tlieir Creditors. TyoU will please fo take notice that U the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the Maid Court of Chancery, ti collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Grkknway or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John Giu:i:nway prior to the 41'1 day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Kstate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 November 1844

1 U U 'EI aid t.i fi'iri,isEai-: we;e:ke,v, at eeokolumt, oaeeej, ezavaiiai imijAki& J. J. JAIIVKS, Mditou. SATURDAY, XOVKMBKIl -2. 1811. NKW SKKIES, Vol. 1. No. 24. 1 1 m 3 11 1 J 'LITERARY NOTICK. Cornnpondcnce between II. II. J.'.s Seeretarij of Stale and the If. S. Commissioner in the Case of John Wiley, an ,'lmcrican citizen. Printed by order of (iovernment. (ov criunent Press: Honolulu, A pamphlet with the above title is now in circulation, ami ha ing read it with attention, we have concluded to avail ourself of an editor's privilege, and comment upon the topics therein contained. The case in point, involving as it does an important prerogative of His Majesty's crown, merits the keenest scrutiny and the most lucid explanations. In the pamphlet before us, it has been di plomatically discussed at a length which loaves but little room for further debate on on that ground. We shall, therefore, con fine our criticism to that which comes more particularly within our editorial pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 November 1844

98 T II i; V O L YNESIA N. November, should be placed in the jury box." There arc objections to this plan; the box it?clfi? too small, and if one sufficiently large could be found it would leave only the rogues at large, a consummation not at all desirable. But the sentences which have given us the greatest difficulty are on pages 47 & 42. Indeed, so odd is their construction, wc are arc inclined to suppose, Mr. Brown put all the words used in them in a jury box und drew them out by chance, arranging them in consecutive order as they came to hand. 'The whole statement" in your communi cation, an regards the interference of Mr, Hooper, uncalled for and 4 unbidden' in Mr. Wiley's afTairs, is incorrect." "I shall not pretend to answer your com munication of seventy two pages, seriatim, or in all its ramification. 1 would not in flict on you the punishment of wading through such ft mass, even though for your " uuasi delicto" in compelling me to do it, you might deserve such a punish...

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