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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 November 1849

'A L V r k i . I . If f -. I I' y ho V. i f "r 110 THE POLYNESIAN., HONOLULU, SATURDAY. NOV. 34. v California CoSTiTPTioir. It is with un eigned pleasure that we hare to record the final adoption of a constitution, by the Convention " appointed for the purpose in California. Such M step is laying the corner stone of a political el ' ifice which will prove a Messing, not only to the ' present actors in the drama, but to millions of freemen wno win, uouuuess, iu succceumg 5, people those shores. ' n"t .. The lack of parade and bluster about the latel convention has had the effect to withdraw, in a measure, from the public gaze the vajjmportance ofthe thing being done. And because a delegation of men from different localities, ench represent . ing a constituency which has voluntarily chosen him, quietly assemble and for a few weeksdis- cuss matters, and adopt conclusions, without making much ado ahoutjtflt must not be infer- . red that those conakiSTons are unimportant. Far , om it. We...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 November 1849

SUP 0 -a. -J ' " 4 r D i MutMMfli.... T T . i a thought mat ne intends to return to Frankfort, H be has rented for nnotber year from the 15th of August ine noiei Wien he has hitherto occu pied. Hi Ministry ist the performance of . its duties; Baa jusi nunnsnei a financial mate jnent, from which I gather the following facts With the exception of the two states of l'i..n. bourg and Leichtenstein, the small states have pa.ul their quotas with great regularity; of the hnreones, Hanover hnbeen the most punctual There still remains unpaid a sum of 8,894.00(1 forms, uue iium iuc louonrin states: Austria, 4.194,000 P rusi a- . Parana. Wurteinterg. Hanover. ,. Saxony. 1,800,0) 1,296,000 . 149,000 52,000 405.000 Saxony has paid nothing since the commence jneot. In less than two months tvQhali hare t telecrapnic una esiattiisnetl between Vienafe and Berlin. It is already complete from Vienna to Odpnsburff, a town near the Austrian frontier .nd from Breslau to Berlin. The interval taeeti O.lens...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 November 1849

3 S TS. 0 1)C Uo. ' . ' "WHAT 18 LIFE' - , Say, is there Might that can convey Aa image of life's transient stay T Tfa a hand's-breadth ; tta a tale; . - Tfe a vessel antler sail;" Til a courier's straining steed; Tis a shuttle in its speed ; ' 'a . lis aa eag e on its way, Darting down upon ha prey; ' Tis an arrow in its light, - Mocking the pursuing sijjt; : Tis a rapour in the air; .v ' ' Tis a whirlwind mshing there; Tis a short-liv' fading flower; . " Us a rainbow on a shower; . Tis a momentary jay, Shining on a winters day; Tis a torrent's rapid stream; l Tis a shadow 'tis a dream; " ' Tis the dosing watch of aight, Dying at the rising light, Tis a landscape vainly gay, Tainted apon crumbling clay; - ' Tis a lamp that wastes its fires, Tis a smoke that quick expires; ' Tis a breath on bnrnkh'd steel; Tis a furrow, which the keel Ploughs upon the watery main, .Tis an April shower of rain; Tis the iris on the spray, Dash'd by vessels in their way. Catching come slant solar ray; ...

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

" V: w.--- y " " ' ' ' ' " - . . . : - - - . . : " -' , i li lt, he :1) de- i at uj .eafU 1 so- I vol. e.i THE POLYNESIAN, The OlTc'' Journal of the Hawaiian Government. it puMianea weekly at nonoiniu, uana, It. I. ED WINV O. HALL, EDITOR. ' Z ' " terms: On PT Pf aanutn, ia at ranee, .'. - .M' 0e eopjr aic months, ia advance, ----- J fg &jle wpiea, - " " " - 2 Rates of Advertising, riaasiaare. (la lines) first inaertioa. $1.00. each eoa. titaaace 25 ct.; one half aonare (8 it ties or less), first -fftiaa, SS els., each coaiinaaace IS J eta.; Caro, ae- ncet.ax.a4 eaxeedins; one aairsaare,tT toe yeer.SS.aO; goiefreeJtag ana square, Ss,0Q. . Yea rl y sdrert sio$ nm rieeedtaC ox half column, SM.00; not exceeding one eal.aa, 9,W. Yearly adrerusia; limited to the ad viser'. an basinets. Luf .larrUmoiit. TreotT-fie cents pr line, for tt ant laseruoa, aad six and ae-foarth aenta lor eaca aanteqaeol insertion. Traasteat adrertisers art required ta paj in advance. Lit of Agel$ for th Poly...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 December 1849

114 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. DEC. 1. CO" IlUfRIOCS effects or Slabder. The malicious slanders, so vindictively ami wantonly iterated through the columns of the Sandwich Island New?, for a year or two past, against the government, officers and people of these islands, have, with the stranger, nrt?t to persons unacquainted with their origin, exerted consider able influence, detrimental to the peace and fair fame of Individuals. And wKle, at the time, 4 hose individuals did not deem them of sufficient . importance to seriously set aliout the defence of their injured reputations, we feel that'jumce caMs upon us, at the present moment, to defend tne who is absent, and who, with others, has been most injuriously affected from the source alluded to. . - In order to get at the matter distincly and with out circumlocution, we shall iesertthe following extract from a letter addressed by a well known merchant of Boston to " Paty &. Co.," dated " July 10th, 1849." . 4 .-.. "It is...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 December 1849

(XT Sta Joh FiwrLiir. That no effort should be neglected tbat ha for it object the discovery of ibe l.ng absent expedition of Sir John Franklin, ne publub once more, at the re quest of H. B. M.'i ConsuT General, tbe folio w- i .t-. .- ...... . ,pj, in uruci imi aiiciiuuii may ie eejtecially directed to it, by the whaling fleet that gnHC to the Northward next summer : may IL B. M.S COXSCLXTB GKSLBALl " for the Island of the Pacific, I IIoxoLrLr, July 9,1849. J It m hereby notified thaf Con. Gen. Miller Las re vived a despatch from the Foreign Office, London, the 31st of March, Instructing hint to take pro pr rt-p for causing to 1 made known within his Consular District, that, u The Lords Commissioners j tb Admiralty have offered a reward of X20.000 ,tety thousand pound, sterling.) to such prirate juf or hip of any country as may, in the judgment ,f uir Lordships, render efficient service to Sir John Fraiilli", his ships, or their crews, and may contribute anectly to extricate them fr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 December 1849

From tbe Albany Argus. ' . ' MUSIC. ' Give me music' tut not the lays " That loudly tell of warrior praise; Give me music! but not the song t " ' "That whisper Joy to a soulless throng; " ' " But give me the note , That nenu to float Where memory's waters lightly play; Oh, give me the strain ' That sinks again Into that tearful tide away. Give me tlie music that teems to meet Kindred melody sad yet sweet, Deep where the heart's best feeliugs flow, Half tinged with rapture, half tiuged with woe; Oh, give me the lay - That dies away s Soft as a thought of happier years; The song that may roll Back again from the soul rerchaiice in a sigh, or a few stray tears. Playful akd Smart. If homoeopathic prin ciples nra right the professors of homoeopathy cannot be hurt by broal jokes, but only by the repetition of exceedingly small ones. Pungent wit will be innocuous; wit diluted might oper ate violently. We shall not annoy our houiieo pathic readers, then, by quoting the following recipe for ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 December 1849

-. Vol. 6. THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government u ptiDiisnea weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. Oix copy per annum, ia advance, ....... $s oo Oj copy sit months, ia advance, ....... 3 50 Sn;le copies, i2j Rate of Advertising. One square, (16 lines), first insertion. l. 00. each con. iisan(y 25 cts.; one half square (9 lines or less), firt inertio;t, 50 cts., each continuance I2 cts.; Cards, no tice, &c. not exceedinone hair square, by the year, 85,00; ot exceed inf one square, 43,00. Yearly advertising nut riceoliug one half column, S30.00; not exceeding one 1 or . " t I I . 1 outran, 1 eariy aavemsm; uumea to me aa rertiser's own business. Lrl Advertisement. Twenty-Eve cents per line, for the first insertion, and six and one-fourth cents for each .subsequent insertion. Transient advertisers are required to pay in advance. 1 . List of Agent for the Polynesian. '.taiist, fl. 8. Swisioa. Borrow, - CD. Jarves Co. Hito. . B. Pitm...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 December 1849

118 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. DEC. 8. HorC DSrSKBRD XAKETH THS HEARTH BIS. This trite proverb has had its accomplishment, to our exceeding sorrow, in the matter of mails from the great world, during the two past months. A straggling paper, occasionally brought by some thoughtful passenger has lieen the utmost of our gleaning from the great harvest-field; and thin has leen but an aggravating index to the unat tained volume we hare so ardently desired to get hold of. Several arrivals from San Francisco "wou'At have furnished, one would suppose, an opportunity to forward any mail that might hjjve been there for the island, but it comes not; and we are obliged to adopt the only comforting sug gestion left, and often find the thought, " Hope en, hope ever," struggling up from beneath our despondency, and endeavoring to throw a gleam of sunshine across our path. And not in vain. We do still hnie. And although we may be obliged to go to press again without announcing any wonderfu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 December 1849

1 THANKSGIVING In accordance with fbe laws of this Kingdom, iml th excellent usage of Christian Nations, it has pleased Ilia Majesty, in council, to appoint tbe Thirty-first day of December, next, as a jay of public thanksgiving to God, for His unnuuibered mercies and blessings .to this na tion; and people of every class are respectfully rrtiiestea to nsseiiioic in ineir several nouses or IlT . .1 . .1 . J woirip on mm u, tu rawer united praise to tbe Father of nations, and to implore His favor ,n time to come, upon an u no dwell upon these chores, as individuals, as families, and as a na- lion- ...... Palace, nonoiutu, rov. 23, 1349. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Bureau of laifraal Commerce. J Licenses ending is Decemlr, I81S. Ic. i-Wood & Parke, Retail Goods, Wares, &c. 4Leonaru nuicneu, v iciuailing House. -C- F. Lafreaz, &. Co., Retail Goods, Wares, tc. 20 W. H. Palmer, do. do. do. 31 Everett & Co-, do. do. do. Ditto, Wholesale do. do. - H. Macfarlane, Billiard Tab...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 December 1849

I r H IT" t i: V r u. H X v. V - - - S- . aa f r 120 She lio. MY BIRTH-DXT. Thod'rt waUns; holy memorfc . .. Of friend departed bow, Who railed on my first Mtal day, Without ihade of wo. Xt seemeth bat shady dream, With here and there a spot Of tunihine, such m e'er will beam Lpon the darkest lot. I am not friendless, or alone, My mother' voice doth come In the deep, solemn hnih of night, . As in my early home. I cannot tell what form the wean. For it is many a year, i Since I aw her silently . In death-sleep on the bier We laid her in a sunny glen, Whie blue-eyed violets bloom, With wild winds for her requiem, And stars to watch her tomb. And Eden's incense winds are not More sweet than those which war The trees around that holy spot, My sainted mother's grave. Ere in her deep and haunting thirst For realms of brighter day, Her soul in fitful strength bad burst The chains that bound its way, Bhe told me of the Eternal On, And the high songs that swell In glory, through heaven's sta...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 December 1849

. 4 1 Yd u fi. r- --w Lof L i mt ktOt' .d tK X furiis ff.fi out n sr4 turd. d 4' be' rt ' the .Polynesian; Tie Official. Journal of ttte Hawaiian Government - EUWiN o:hall editor. -4 - , v --TEftM.S , ,w iigt coy rr niium, in alTauc, tg oo ' j Nt inoalh, ia adance,'i""- j 80 iujlecupiea- -J- - r - ..- - 12 , . . .vRaten of Advertising. (3lar, t lines), first insertion, l,00, each con-i-uiif oo half sqoare (3 lines or less), first j.-uoa.yj .., rdCttcuQiwaance. 12 cts.; Uarde.no. "ul esceaing one Hal! square, bv the year, S3, 00; (ireeJin one square, B.(0. - VtaUVderlising ot tixd10" ua half coiuma, $3J.ftO; not exceeding one .OO."- Yearly adrenisinj limited to the ad -fr!ier' pn business. v -" : -. . 3,-' 1 tHTltiruicnts Twenty-fire cents per line, for drl i iruon, and six and one-foarth cents for each t.iMrfv'cl insertion-, j-, r- -. -v . TraJin ','r'-'''liers Ire required lo pay in adaoce. 7 ' List 0 Agent for the Polynesian. :: ... : . S. swimoB. no-Tos,.. .'U.n.Jarvea&Co. Fi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 December 1849

10 : i.r. I1 . m 'if It r- tr if- - l H t I (I" 111 Mi i H 4, V ft I i f reason Wby I urge andsuggest tomy; noble friend ooDOsitelhe broortcty of calling agen eral coDsresfor the setHement of the di9- turbed . affairs Eurooe ea . anairs i.uruut;. -. x ueuiu"-uiuv . cr TV.:.-!- -TO..T' JTffiitnltiAi the French army and -the French u overn- menf, at -Rome are so - great jthat air acute people like that of France ? cannot shut its eyes to them.They must-see that they have not gained even that for which-the Red r Re publicans of France Were so eager military glory. The noble and learned lord proceed ed to say that he trusted that the love of mil itary glory would now giveTvayfoja desire for peace, which in his'opiniorifw'as more sacred, and which ought 'to bemoVe "dear to the French people than military rcnown,.of which they had already enough. - " vXHE;:roi;YN;ESiXN: HONOLULU, SATURDAY, DEC. 15. California. The rapidity with which polit ical matters move in this new State is as ama zin...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 December 1849

U llipM Blip iBijiy jypf g fiiiayaauiasjji ji J- r ;--. t a. i e in V. - to iirv le Hi J S" Vi e- ie - at at if h. u or- fie ist bf n lie nt rs- er til nJ ni tre for eil rn es. ;re n.! d PJ 1 its ih-r v- r BS- 5e ? ion f re sea igh bin ere' irwf rmr S' re- n jtb "t we : hat.-' -. ; ier t ,eJ tv- i est lb- Snt r,"! :l-t ctv: ere , - i the night gathered darkness around us: it i rough lava still! At 8 p. Tnwe found our- ,e1rei across the lava stream and at the foot of steep ,lere we ound a few native huts, .ni tw o our company concluded to stop and jeep "atner comfortable-looking one, while or us continued on. - i be two thus put uf,tte a supper of wilt pork and sweet potatoes, aniied m prayer wllB me occupants of the bouse son forgot all their fatigue in the land of ns. The other two mounted the hill, and fteJon in a good path that seemed endless, ,3lpatHt when they' reached the station at So weary were they that before the door tU be opened for them,' one was asleep on the Itjnii. '...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 December 1849

tf 1-4 i.i if Vf-' i f fr-. it v. i, f )t--'i - IS 1 fc?- !7 ft.-" 0:J 2i.l ' If: '"' f i 1 1 1 1 ' ( ? ( .. F.; : '' It'.'.. IF- ' .' I -- - t THE' MOTHER'S HOPE J - -, Heaven this about. fnour Infancy .WeaTWOBis: 71 there, bun tie winds are sinking .. lu the happy lumiuer-time . "When th ruptured air U ringing ;v -.' With earfVs murf V-aveu-wani wringing, .Forest-clurp, aud vilUge-cliiae !-rj.w,.F tf! 'Is' there, of the sounds that float iiiig!ii4'ly'; a Sii'fc'lnote ' . . ' Half so sweet, and clear,'ald wi!l, x " . the laughter of a child?. A'--1 " 'f'2-.":' " ' ' - -.---- Litten! and be now delighted.. ; Mora hath touched lier golden strings ; . . Earth and sky their vows have plighted, ' . Life and li'lit are re-united, t . i , Amid couutie carollius : -V . ' Yet? delicious a they are. -' ? r Thi-re's a sound that's sweeter far - v ,.t One tliat makes the heart rcjoico -. More than all, the human voice! ' ' TVv Organ, liner, deeper, clearer,-, . .s,,1 t v Though it lie a strang...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 December 1849

- - t 4 Vol. 6i THE POLYNESIAN, Tm Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. A, copy per annum, ia advance, - - - - . c?y' months, ia advance, -gisjie cipie, -.- 6 00 3 50 12 Rates or Advertising. Ogesqasre, (IS tines), first insertion, l,00, each con duce i cts.; one half square (3 lines or less), firt flseriioo, 5 cis., each continuance 12 J cts.; Cards.no. pjjj, lc. ot exceediujone half square, by the year, 85,00; j, eitJing one square, tS.OO. Yearly advertising not ttctri'BS one half column, S30.00; not exceeding one plmna, oJ.O0. Yearly advertising limited to the ad. Krtiser'sown business. s; d .tirertisenurna. Twenty-five cents per line, for tic first insertion, and six and one-fourth cents for each ,gtqueat insertion. jVtnsient advertisers are required to pay in advance. LUt of Agenttfor the Polynesian. l.si, it- a. ewinton. boto, - ts. D. Jarre A Co. Sua. - B. Pitman. o. r baxcisco. Kev. i . i. I mm. BUSINESS CARDS. OLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 December 1849

i ; 126 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. DEC. 22. The Right or Suffrage. This right, so -well understood in some countries, and so little u others, is so important to a people enjoying -any degree of political lilierty, that we are con strained to investigate the kind and degree guar antted to the tuhjects of His Hawaiian Majesty by the constitution nnl laws of his kingdom. tPrevious to the year 1839, the government at these Island was a perfect despotism. The will oMie king was law, and the chief., in their sev eral spheres, had nearly equal authority. An important relaxation of the ancient despotism was voluntarily conceded in that year, and the nation came fully under a constitutional mon archy' in 1840, upon the adoption of a constitu tion, recognizing the king, legislature and judges. Although of a most liberal ami benevolent char acter, when it is considered that it was a volun tary a?t on the part of the King and Chiefs, and effected without bloodshed or a revolution, we s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 December 1849

the journey, as well as good wishes not a few, we started for the volcano and Hilo. To which .place I hope soon to bring the gentle reader, the editor ami the weary company. Now however I must say good night, and till the end, Remain yours, &c., . SAILOR. Ma. O'Reilly hna imtitvl a ;n.i,i,, ;- ,u:t. be states his determination to extend the magnetic i ...h to ih. p-: n wick't" i.nutj.M nun as vi ingress shall give him aid. Mr. Sandford J. Smith is immediately to traverse the mute to Fort Iaven worth. to arrange with the cit izens of the various . I) irh mar hx (ImimiI i l ,U " J - - . . uc III(.IUIC1I vn tbe telegraph line to the Missouri frontier, to be COtnpi-"u du iiiiircr. The Wotrnea or the Ace. The town of . i. c . . . awreiic-, iiitinj oiiic fit ronssariiusetts, is only ..m has six and a hnlf n.ili; :.. i " nil tcini in i nn- ....fift tires a 1 0Cn Hall hmmI - - ofS60,000-gas work: a public library of 8,000 toiuh'c-i fiiik vi i9 acres. Fbom the Likes to Califokhia. The De...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 December 1849

i -1 I2& -: (Ettjc (DUo. Eras Jtraaam's Monthly Matwlne, for May. LDNA.-Ah Ode. "t h. t. tcckekmam. . - t ' Casta Diva, chr utarxenU Qitesti sum' (mtiqti piant A sot eoltfe il W temUantr Senza nube tenia ! KokMA. Tst South wind haih tl balm, the are iia cheer, Aad autuma wood Uieir bright aid myriad hues Thine to a Joy that he and faith endear. And awe subdues : The wave-toataeasoea aad the harvest crew, Wheh oa their f olJea sheaves the quivering dew llangi like fan team all fcara beguile, la glancing from their task to thy maternal (Mite !r -. Xse ijii! of hill-lops undulating wreathe. ' ... AtlhyenchanUng tonch, a magic woof, , ; 'v ' And curling lactase, dialer odor breathes, -And, ia transparent cionda, hangs round the vaulted root ' Huge icebergs, with their tryatal apirea ' s' . Slow heaving from the northern main, -- , JJhe (roaen oonumeau of high acairea r Destined to melt ia aothingnea agaia, -float ia thy mystic beams. ' Ai piles aerial dowa the tide of dreams . r A s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 December 1849

1 t . ; v' - -V,"' '"X , - . v..v. . T. . J ar 'a."- 'JE " ' - - . ' 1J- - Vol. 6.1 THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government rliuucu wcckjj ai nonoiuiu, uaiiu, 11. J. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. Oi co?y P annum, in advance, .... 6 00 Ok e vy six months, ia advance, - ...... 3 50 Sin$l copies, ..... .2i Hates of Advertising. Oat square, (16 liues), first insertion. st.OO. each ran, uusiinee 23 cts.; one half square (3 lines or less), firt .isfm'J. cis., eacn coououance 12 els.; (Jards, no. ;ices, Jtc not exceeding one half square, tiy the year, 85,00; aJt eioeeding one square, 3,00. V early advertising not ficeediag oae haif column, S3 J 00; not exceeding one j,a nn, eou.oj. 1 early aJverUMnj liiniled to the ad rerliers osvn busiuess. Lcfl AleerlUementt Twenty-fire cent per hoe, for the tirst laser lion, and six aod oae-fjurih cents for each t jlisequent insertion. TrusieDt advertisers are required to pay in advance. List of Agenltfor the Polynesian. I.ihuja,...

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