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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 October 1849

.Xa)--B-aBaaiaBavaaBaia7sees & " 1 j$ designated with the name ef canoes, jpaUCu a oanuwicn lsiana bb own. Trade, commerce, agriculture and the social comforts of life are in a rapid de cline; and cock-fighting on the Sabbath ap pear$ to take the preference of every other pursuit. Theie are humiliating but stubborn facts, and wheher it be the difference in the creeds, or modes ofinst ruction, by their spir itual teachers which has caused so astound ing a contrast, it is not our province to say, believing that every individual of the large whaling fleet which was so unfortunate as to visit those islands last 'season, will come to a right conclusion.,;, , r xours resnectlullv. ..- V WHALEMAN 3 FRIEND. Ship Braganza Honolulu, Harbor; Oct. 9, 1849. - Friend. models. ; . , L Muckis said inihese- times about "Model husbands, wives, babies aunts, mothers-in law, Republics, Parishes,"t &c.j &c. The State of Wisconsin one of ; the members of the "Model Republic,? has reached a pr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 October 1849

i ,4 A I- ; r V 1 ran tt iiH. tat eat HNfl l ft, tat tW dm tat taa tM IM nir- eaa fa Oat, Ml, It taf nil ; MM r.rt fcr lit (S, i.r it urn J. If I'm "fa rsdj I MT cat- lite in 1, ha wta Iba IS ltd I rM f !ftt irvaf itioa. l tfc trued hvf tied, rrcki n era rt-i & clA I Or. !alP ntraaf gilve .lain, its! as of UN T frw I; W K- n e , brt at lae alt tar'1, wH ind in w ev T5 Whs- J, to il tie Aicration wfcich"lJl'th fDfutaUbn ' stationary; tfid racn,iin tkwio foe growing trade ami retourcM of 4b country, waa rather a depo pulation than anything lse. , Jit all events, the fact auggeata at a spontaneous movement of so gigiHic a eoanarrer may wen lie left to itself, ami reirea artificial stimalos. The matter crruinlj has come to that pasa which make caution the first tiutjr of the atnte. . It it from Ireland that we draw our rou"h la Imf. "c " Duunu lo sire bim Jit f'r it T the hewer oTwootlntMl the draw er T water 'lo ihe.SaHotu' Can we aj.are that roinjc unite 01 untaught hut tearbaUe t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 October 1849

. j. at - , v.- T, 3. i jl-liT In , I H 1 1 fr kw. J- " Fmi lb l.oadoa Jf snthlr for Jey it" ,Oh ! lb wenderon Treat has. mar, a way "V In tU great anil giant ibN j .Td Ihecast aad weal it kel iu '.'. 7 y'liJil !- o"fer the sea It nuru t "Gay oWliaa storos may lh good ship All, i i j r.i ,w f rf c; JjL" Jpjlsi nbpasta, "aiHre more precious still, r. v la to weailli ofjfbe jniguti rreaa..XA . -t;-,-' '-- -.- ; . . .. a. " .- V,---- t.a(P5-v"T''" -. '-. ' "-m -.T-:'-'Jiay hw beaven-bbm tbemea purane, "4j- " ' T ' -tst, j oeir onginacaa giaooeaa bibhi -, : ; For bia frieada ar far aad fewT ' 7 . . Siat aee in the ranM or rnw ne atanua,,. . 1o ! thousauds liajajra PpaaeMfj '.ii Jlnd bia name is bUzoned W titstaoi mnas, A Throash the aid or Ibe' naightj 1 1 .ttW-JWi, 1 Preas. - "! Cart their radiant spell o'er aU -, . ; 4 . Tnose atraiaa re ronneJ in the cottaje poor . t Thai nirhlnl tha inr!l hall w . N" ' Aad the Boot more holy than all besulc,- Which alone can truly Mess, 1 , To the h...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 October 1849

a. i m aav n . . a' , v m - aws j un . ti a aaw . i r .ii a. - w - s. . I) of i7 ) J0I'..6' , - " ' ' - - 7 HONOLULlFsATnRir,lv: nnTiWrT "V .am . ' THE POLYNESIAN, WhOAm-"' Jrnalf tb Hawaiian Government j .aMn.U' wsakly at Honolulu, Oaha, II. I. FJWVIN O. HALL, EDITOR. SRMS. o, . - - - - , fif ad ranee, .... ep ---------- Uf mt AJrrlikisr. - oo . . a so - I2 ' - . . half MMn d hue ar U.1 h. civ, ch cocUanaocc I2k cU.; Cards, ao 4T.11M ciiof oat aalf aqar, tT ihe year, ti.00; ftivediat blf rolama, (30.00; not extvrdin one . M. Yearlr aJrrrtisiar limilrd t the ad. e uiaiaiBT ii in. muBarac. VH.uu. aai 111 aui iriimi jv nm - , - Lrtir'i bMa. - - - .-1 iMtfftiM. IftJ ftiv lid iknA.ruirtk nt (sir .irk lt of AftnU for tkt Polynrtian. . . H. . taia. otb,. O.D.JinntCt, M.t. - B. rnwt. . Faaaciaro, Err. T. U. HaaL BUSINESS CARDS. rULYIf ESIikN PRINTING OFFICE. plain ani fanni 13aok anil lob Printing ll'CM A raatplilett Ilaa4billa, Bill Hea4 Shop Bills, Bill ofKsefcaage, Bills mt .mmiu Catnaa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 October 1849

I? f I' ll 94 " A emi-ofiicial reolv wu received from Mr, Tvvasohntn the afternoon, .'st&tinff that he had been requested to translate the Jetter to ' a a . U. the governor ot, Nagasaki, ana paving urcii told that special permission from Court was necessary, before the men could be delivered trf a man-of-war: he had intimated the neces sity of giving them up, and proposed to re ceive theta himseii, auer naving uau n in tcrrwor nrfh tlip. commander of the Preble To this note, a reply was immediately re turned, expressing-a. hope that the proposed conference wouia lane piace. lueauwuue, the cordon of guard-boaUi was increased and drawn nearer the sbiD. torches were lighted I in each by night placed in pans at the end of long poles,-to ooserveit any person ucm tfed to swim ashore, and as many precautions were taken to prevent intercourse as if the vessel had had the plague. On the 23d, Serai .Tatsnosen; returned. He remarked that Mr. Levyssohn had had an interview with the governor...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 October 1849

J - ra it e r tea r! r i utt, iuu- ko les, iU Dd. '.is ik m SI. aaa Ce- etad that the ' rtof 7 rtbt Mi. 4 dee ilsa utt ft mt a sad ft .f a ilk i)lr, lillos v ra ti to- eld pkies w is rfdkw n ike xl hj beas si. sikv ip tart -anas 'DiV , wits :e. tw ntr for OB htr sits. rirost .1.- IB ivsi fve Si a-i liiV rosH Ib ifta be, could not be fevealcea with impunity-.' B lesson w vhiw prcii-j in onr aner journey. "... ... CtiMff bek into the road af am, we were .mused atwrtrieseitg a contest between en old with a pair f ahears, ami the grass be- fre her door. Day after day a we passe,, we fouiM iMranigii apparent suc- and on our return, five weeks after, we munJ rM " than ever, ami the woman lbf no more, m that we concluded the bad giv en up despair, mo rapidly did the grass print, -B around her dwelling. . ... - Of the rain which we have heard an much, we M scarcely ey. Indeed very little fell daring Thnuf k. wa were convinced by all roam) a, that the eyelids of Hearen abed many , crystal te...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 October 1849

. 1 ' M J" ,CbdrHh te ok 1 b towering ifi ' - WWntorcth presumproour. to match him wtthme, -The SplriVMprtaJs? of the"UmtleMt y y VFbefe-wbare A the oTCTf!g that Wfeth domains, That Tie wtth thettssUB of nryvdark rolling plain? And wliere is the monarch wbosTricbei outweigh, . .The wealth that irotoueh'a" in my eosVrtdoth lay ? ' Ay ! where i the giantjhat ,triumphe la might, -- ."Over the sinewy lord of depth aad eight ?, , , : Co look'! how the breathiest and fathomless deep, My proudest o walnu jl ; doth Untitles weep,- 1 : YTAJid geraity-like, ito.boundrdimly biazcj V - Ixatlost to each other, is the dark distance-base - w. - GolookIinit,depthJike.thertareof the sky, v--. v-'. In'mock'ry of waste pearl eop.ntlese.jr lkt, r - 3ud eoralaad gem that might dazsle the light "-:jfV OTtbe rati when he rideth at noon-iide height-; "And go mark thence that swept on the main, i ! ilnat scoffed at'my strength, J! ha! was it ramT'r -.Their huge oaken castles were chatter'd by me, tp " And h...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 November 1849

"W Vol. THE POLYNESIAN, lMi)iheial Journalof the Hawaiian Government i published weakly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. Oat copy V annatn, in advance, .......t600 -i wf i moaihs.ia advance, ....... 3 50 S,Z copies, - 2 Rates f Aalvertisiar. .mure, i I line), first insertion, SI ,00, each con ..awe i ct. ; N half square (3 line or lest), first rutm.S Ui, eacb continuance. 12 1 els.; Cards, no- ... fce. not exceeding one ball square, v the Tear, ts.ou . J.rrtdml om sqaare, ,. Yearly ad vertising nni ,ttediat o half column. 130.00; not exceeding one jmi, sivo.oo. 1 early adverlissK limited 10 tne ad dff 'i a business. ko.' AdcertiiemcnU. Twenty-five cents per line, for. Srt insertion, ana six ana ooe-lounn cents lor eacn taSieqaeal insertion. Transient advertisers art required to pa; in advance. List Agents for the Polynesian. 1 .aunt. II. . ttwinloa. BoT,- O.D. Jare C lit.. - W. Pllmaa. e. Faaaciaro. Rev. T. II. Haul. BUSINESS CARDS. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 November 1849

98 wards, of Sag Harbor, who inSa spirit of ad venture, left the ship according to a previous arrangement with his captain in a small boat, intending to cruise along the Japanese coast, or cast himself ashore, as the winds or op portunity might favor. His boat was so con trived that he could capsize it himself, and an experiment he made the next day near a reef proved that it could be done without danger in smooth water. He first landed on an uninhabited island, which he examined throughout in hopes of finding traces of hu man being?, but seeing none he left if for the larger island of Timostif or Dcssi, about ten miles distant. When about half way over, he capsized his boat and righted her, and then coasted along the shorn till night. The next morning he saw fishermen, who ap proached as he beckoned to them, and into whose boat he jumped, holding the painter of his own boat and making signs to go ashore. On landing (July 2d, 1843.) they put sandals on his feet, and gently took him ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 November 1849

''rjpff -? -fT 1 AJr i"V .-r te w the frsl dr. re... rarj far tiff. :rew of aad KIM red, the net- erf I if. htkl rC a X4f fr.e- and 'rem bar 4br isia t rti. i cla ws w. her A oe irse ut icff. an1, li V.(W lata e-ictl-:k i it is! rtr irorr RIM itiee iiifi ISf ot maE rows s an' lUSsf fattj put ah ini" anurj tasiflf f tl unH mt L a v MitU afc punf l of. iters IT be ions' f ity I- id epr rrt? P '& 5 R.ii.rr to thk Pacific. The project of c routine"'' Kailvar north of the lthniutses, is not coniu" me . iiiwi oia.cs. uriiin states men are coiisi'lcrin th practicability of a line from Malif.ii tia Quelle orer the British Pro vinces, reach the Pacific tt Vancouver's Is land, won lh borders of the Hudson's Bay Company's territorial. A powerful article in the ymy ami Nary lUgi.ter advocates the imine ,i8w cntructNr. of such a rond, ami alleges ,t,.,t tb Britih Government has taken the mat- vt ulreaiiy into serious coiuMleration. Halifax. the Atlantic depot, is ono of the finest natural ha...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 November 1849

100 V'" THE BEAUTIFUL. " There is but a very minute portion of the creation that we can turn into clothes nd fooil, mm oratificAtioB for the body ; but the whole creation may he used to minuter to the sense of bsanty." Ur. vnanmng. " ' Tke beautiful ! the seautiral ! " Where do we find it not t It U ia all pervedia trace, .--, Ac lijhtetb. every epoL . It aparMea on the ocean wave. .' It (litter oats dew, - We eee it ia the glorious ear, f And ia tiM Bow'relajfcue. Oa BMHinlaia top, ia valley deep, We find He presence there i The beaotifal ! the beautiful ! , It Kvetti every where. The f lories of the aoontide day, Thowtfll aod aolema night, : '"The changing aeasoss, all caa brtns . " Their tribate to delight. There' heaaty ia the child's finrt smile, A ad ia that Loh at faith The Christian's last on earth, before His eye are claeedM death And ia the beings that we love, Who have oar lend 'rest care The beaotifal ! the beautiful ! ' Tis sweet to trace it there. 'Twa ia the glance th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 November 1849

Ml H jj. ,JI - . " ' v., " L"4J ' ,.T, i THE POLYNESIAN. OfTirwl Journal of the Hawaiian Government. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. O. iPI I" ". adtaace, -. 00 K f V ,x n,OBl,s adtaacc, . ...... j 50 S.ajl 12 J Rate of Advertising. .1 wsrf, (l line,), a rat iaaertkta.il. 00. eaeli rm . 23 -; one kail square (8 lines or firvt .,tm,i ci., rnu coaiiaaance 2 ct.; (Jarcla. ao. exceediatooe aalfsqnare, by the year, 3,00; 1 iio; on xittare, $8.00. Yearl v adverlisinr ant 1 aalfcoloraa, 30,ftO; not eiceedin; one atfvw. 1 can j aareniking limited to the ad ruer ova ouuocsa. W-tl -i IrrrtUemmU.Twmj-irt centt per line, for . am iwiuon, aix ana oae-ionn ceo if lor each L Mtqorai tasertioa. ruaweai ajreniaers are required to pay ia advance. LiH Ageidtfor tKt Polynesian. .aiiaa, t!. S. ftwiwoa. Brro, . tt.D.JarrmfcO 0. FHaiaa, B. raiactsco. Eer. T. 1. llaal. BUSINESS CARDS. t POLYNESIA. If PRINTING OFFICE. Jij'tn ani Jancn Book airf) Job printing SUC AS 8mj Bills, Paai?liletsv Catalog Beta ircalar...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 November 1849

102 i If to you it appears discreet, I wish you and I could confer, confidentially, before any public diplomatic notes are interchanged in regard 4o alterations in the Treaty of the jtn Marcn, ioo. let me ten u, m nvi cnn fidence. that M. Ten Eyck has renewed negocialions, altogether giving up some points that, if I understand you ngut, you mean to jmsrst upon. To this communication M. Dillon repli ed as follows, under the same date : I have ' received your note, this day, rkfd nrivate and confidential. f ia (rMliTvIniT in learn that the additions " V"& VT . f I made spontaneously, my remarks, are ol j a nature to meet with the Kings a approve. ; Your despatch to M. Barclay of which . m - : . I you have oougingiy commuuiMiwi a .ty me, is a proof of your friendly dispositions towards me But you will allow me, my dear air, to submit to you, if it would not be better to avoid, in matters of official busi ness, all allusions that savor of xamaraderie. People do not understand, in Eu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 November 1849

eicept in ne place, where a little strip of sand- beach iovited us to come. Here, we run our canoes on shore, landed, and broke our fast j while lot" f children, with smiling fares and a k'"J " for the strangers, welcomed u, to their land. In a little niche, prepared for the very purpose it would seem, stood the houses occupied by the children, whose parents were fobermen. Finishing oar repast, we bade adieu to the cfcilJren, and mounting a high cliff", saw spread oUt before us, a large part of Kohala. It was jjjyten, wild, rich, washed by the sea on to sides and separated from the rest of the Uainl by range of tuour.tains, whose highest jai is elerate.1 900 feet. These peaks were ,rieJ " beautiful, crowned with foliage to the summit, and between them many mvalley lav, brre, " with an Eve to grace it, an Eden ,ifht be fuml." Our path lay across the water, (vurje, anJ it was up and down, up ami down, all the way. The native houses we passed, I wked neat, and were generally surrounded...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 November 1849

104 (ZTlic DIio. ' . r v For lb Polynesian. O.N 'receiving intelligence of the oeath of MY MOTHER. My mother, dew ! how tnleily, Thine image iel upon my heart A when in ol infancy , Thy love besuiletl, with majic ajf. Mcthinks again I sec Ibc twr That Blood, unl.iilili-H, ia lliiuc ce, When uiy rti wy wrdm , I lr, Caused Iby fuuJ breat to heave and sifi'i . . My mother, tlcnr ! again I hc, .' Tiial happy look of keaiuiuglovc, As-whcu a child, upon tby knee, Thou kd'M my lb oogliU lo One above i And laugtil my iutant lips to aay , - ,Our Falncr," with a aolcnin air. While with a mother's love, each day, . . , -Thus ureal htd'at for nut a fervent prayer. That fervent prayer ! Ah, who can tell, - Iia iufluence on myjaftcr years ! V ' " From home, yet 6ft reutemberad well, And oft ranriembcrcd, too, with team ! . 'Mid aeenea of mirth, where all w gay ; 'Mid acenea of joy, which knew no gloom, The fond remembrance found ita way And caused my bud of hape to bloom. . ' ... 'My mother, dear...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 November 1849

THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government u puoiine wouijr at nonoiuiu, Oahu, H. I. EDWIN o O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. Qmcofj peraaaam, ia advance, - 00 enpr sia months, ia advance.- ....... 3 50 SiBgl copies, ... 12J Kates of Advertislas:. fin inaare, (la lines), first insertion. 11.00. emrh mn naioce i cts.; one half samre (a lines or less), first pnerumi, so eia., eaca conuaaance 12) els.; Cards, no ace,. not esceediaf one amlf sqoare, by the year, 35,00 .M .terrains one square, ss.oo. Year It advert mi nv nm r,erha; m half colaiaa, S30.00 ; not exceriins one (AianiB, aavenisiag unuiea 10 I lie ad rtir own business. , Lrai 4twtoemenfs.:--Tweaty-nve cents pet line, for ioe Br lannwi, uu ix ana oae-ioarta cents lor each ftttreai Mseruoa. Tansiest acveniters art required to pay in advance List Agents for the Polynesian. Liana, H. 8. Swlaion. BoaTo.. G.D.Iarres Ce, Iln-- - B. ritatan. . 8. FnaciKO, Rt. T. D. Ilant. BUSINESS CARDS. POLYMESIAlf PRINTING OFFICE. plain...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 November 1849

106 may-rest assured these inestimable priviteqei can never be wrested from them, so longrs they keep a watchful eye on the operations of their government, and hold to strict ac countability, those to whom power is dele gated. No people were ever yet enslaved, who knew and dared maintain the co-relative rights and obligations of free and indepen dent citizens. A knowledge of the laws their moral force and efficacy, thus becomes an essential element of freedom, and makes public education of primary importance. In this view the Constitution of California-provides f'r, and guarantees in the most am ple manner, the establishment of Common Schools, Seminaries, atfc Colleges, so as to extend and secure its advantages to the pre sent an3 future generations. Under the peculiar circumstances in whijj California becomes a State with an unexampled in- i.- t crease ol a population, coming irom every part of the world, speaking various languages, and 'imbued with different feelings and pre- jndi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 November 1849

gleaner wH aufficiently rewarded, and the straws, it ia hoped, will not all bT found worth- ; SiF ranciseo you've had this etraw before, know the same yet mot the same yea, the n francue of straw, No. 9, is no more the C .... i-. n. f . ... " . I . T yari of eighteen forty-nine, is the New Atnster 11.1 of ibe Knickerbocker. A month's absence T m a . U tne m a new my. i look in rain for half 1S Boti- I knew a moon or two ajo. The "old irtw bsve been pulled down and stately edifi- " ... Ait tti"r nutM f U a - f, pc ....... ......v. a (iuhii ot oan r''c e wonder of lh- world; be it .l..k or tht tuvlawiuk I I. ..I ..I . I E C C'V ! wiiiuah tnili II greatest. The streeu have the crowded, yj, excited aspect of. the most crowded and iriteJ Hrtiois of New York. Meii are dash I to ihI fm, their hand full of papers and their of grata-! projects. The California style i .rrhif'ri wood and canvas MetirSd, half i.i-e, " ,em rP'y g'ving Hace to mas- r . T . . . - I . and ornanienii eiiinfe, two, t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 November 1849

f.L She (Dlio -THE WORTH-OF WOMAN. FKOM "THE GERMAN OF SCHILLER. llouored be woman ! the beams on the siiht, GradTuI ud fair, like beiiig of light ; Scalier around her, wherever be strays,' Rosea ef blisa on our (born covered ways ; ; , . Roaee ef Paradiae aeot from above, . .. f Te be gathered and twined in a garland of love. .t. , JIan on passion's stormy orran," Tossed by surges mountain high. Court the honicaA's commotion. Spurn at reason' feeble cry, Loud the torn peal roar nroond him, ' Looder ttiH U roare within, , Flashing lighta of hope confoaad him, - Btun d with life' uu-essant din. Wotnaa iovites him, with blisa in her entile; - To ceaae from hi toll, sad be happy awhile -, , r . Whispering wooingly come to my bower v ' Go a of ia search of the phantom of power Honor and wealth are Illusory come ! . . . Happlnes dwell .in the temple of home.' , . 1 Kan with fitry atern and savagr, -'. Peraecatea hi brother man, T -'" - .' Xeesless n" he ble or ravage, j- ... '- . . Actio...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 November 1849

- .4 . . . . . ' -. - rv ; K ' -' . - - cr 3 THE POLYNESFAN, ru OtBcial Joarnal of the Hawaiian Government. u pubiienea weenj i nonoiaiu, uana, H. I. EDWIN 0. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. Om OPT Fr lnci epir i months, i adraoce, ..... 00 3 SO 12 Rate of Advertising. 0qre, (10 Iimo), firt insertioa, 01,00, each con u 15 cU M aqoar (8 line or firat ,,-rt.f, ci-t each contmuaoco 121 cti.; Cards, ao. nit aiceeiiagooe half qore,by the rear, 05,00;, Mirt.inf e aqaare. 0S,00. Yearly advertising nnt ,fctl'' 0B ealumo, 30.00 ; not exceeding one (69,00. Yearly adeniing limited to tbe ad- nuer" basineaa. ro 1 ietrUteenU. Twentr-five cents per line, for -f ink iasenioa, and. ix and ooe-foarth cents for each (ib)eat loaertioo. . fraa$ieat advertiaera are required to pay in advance. - Lil f Agvntt far tht Polynesian. i.mu. H. b. ewtiiM. BOToa,. u.u.jinncn. b. niBu. S. FBMCiaco. Rev. T. V. Hani. BUSINESS CARDS. rOLYNESIAIf FRIHTING OFFICE plain an& ilxncp Dookan Job Printing ircH a Pamphlets, Cataloic...

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