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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 February 1850

150, 5 th.Js? From the Bixtea TraTeHeif Oetrrtlft"" TRBATYf BETWEEN THEWSfATES . AND HAWAIIAN KINGDOM. Our readers are lware that no treaty os yet exist between the United States and the Sand wich Island Government. Viewed in relation pimply to the mere territorial extent juid popula tion of those islands, It might lie considered of Imt little importance. But their r geographical -situation renders them the resort ot same 400 of our ships and 10,000 of our seamen, and they consume near half million of our produce an nually. Besides this, there is a numerous and increasing American population settled among theiu, which, joined w ith the labors of our mis sionaries, has been the canse of giving an Amer ican tone to the incipient colonization of the group. From interest and gratitude, therefore, the relations between them and the people of this country sire peculiarly intimate. ' Of late it has Iwcome the policy of the Amer ican missionaries to sever themselves from the Home Society, a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 February 1850

iliirj treaty, u pon learning tnirf, an armed force i,f j murine a arm u irom Ine liritifh fleet Ma nned there, which body of men hauled down the American Minster's flag, and look'nnd re t.iinel possession of the country, claiming a prior right. ..."-' .-.. s Unquestionably these proceedings, as here ,jated, are wholly unjustifiable on the part of the British Government. Should tfw ,,.,. e, it vyill undoubtedly present a question of j nous ujuui.j auu importance to the two cov emnents." . , SnLh3filI'1'i--"rYe nolice in ming List for Jan.J5tb, that on that day "there arrived jtSaa Francisco twenty-one vessels, with five kgodrel,ana niiy;seren passengers. Many of! these p-iMseiigerw, nut rtrobadly (ndnianyt a they are from the United States JiKft. . Among these arrivals are Vessels from jbe United States, Belgium," France, Chile, New Granda,'"Nleargu; Oregon, Sandwich Islands W South Wales. , . , . We also hear from Sydney, N. S. Wales, that 1,KX persons tad already left that i4ace f...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 February 1850

152 , ' '' For the Pobntsian., f ;i Dear Sir. From Waiakoa.I look the mountain road w hich led me along the very l.ase nf Kahalcakala. I examined, as I was able, the land through the district ;.. looked at the potato fields, and made many inquiries of, my native companions concerning their cultivation. I was delighted with the counV try. The prospect was bold and enchanting. The late rains had put a new face on the country, and all Kula seemed like a "garden lyinj at1-my feet. The climate must be -de--Iigluful. Elevated some three or four thou sand feetabovc the level of the sea, - the air is very pure and cool. At evening and in the; morning, it is quite too cool for the natives ; and they commonly sit over a small fire or cover themselves with their tapa Seldom do they leave the house till the sun has risen above the mountain, which at this elevation i. not till eizht o'clock. The soil, is light, almost as nn ash-heap.. I find most of the potatoes -are planted in theAvoods ; for t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 February 1850

.".V ...... . ,t ' y ) - - ' ' ' ' '; . " " m IT C e- !I be to no 'ed isl-ra- lece and ere eke ves per out. :l?en rues. ;e ot ASM- i and p- e va- i clear- canal. Lb cet! ie val- J thafJ f! es, re I . 14 uors-H ttd j t Hied he pa he ; Hunt' to prf jle to lars, t lasfer i t ali it isl sax telj df J any J fo!I it., lcol t' hoI t c, (t !' gt or tie I'' fiacait"' eltd I ' an ' r on P:u oar(Te I ,toll aal-; ihebft ingiop ine oi or ni':r H bin d at ' efl ritten e atM JaD hallb'; to ft"' f cargo I I;y erf CK : .i. in Iff i Saur1- aB I9ln! ardii ..ndffr l to a rPrtt .peers. lD 7. k "m re ' we VoI.6.. THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government. . t . j . , . . . . . . ' it puuiisneu weemy at Honolulu, Uanu, H. L EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. ' TERMS. " - " -0t copy per annum, io advance, t6 00 ( One copy sit months, ia advance, ....... 3 50 Single copies, ..... 2J Rates of Advertising. One square, (16 lines), first insertion. 1.00. each eon. tianince 25 eta.; one half square (3 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 February 1850

THE'POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, FEB. 9. A FEW RESPECTFUL SUGGESTIONS TO THE HAWAIIAN LEGISLATURE, CONVOKED FOR. THE 3rd of APRIL, NEXT. Continued from Poltnesus, Nos. 37 and S3. . In regard to the Fourth recommenJation of the Rev. Mr. Coan, namely "efforts to in crwtse the desire of the Natives for the rational ,rTrt rfU l.v showinz the blessings of competency, and the shame an.l numerous other evils attendant on that poverty which is the off Spring of indolence ami vice" there is no man -with any pretentions to a knowledge of political economy, who will differ from that gentleman, in principle. T In all communities, even of civilize! man, the great spur to industry is the endeavor of eveay man to better his condition, and to possess some o'yect of desire. Of this, we have an example in the works of the justly celebrated Dr. Frank us. He describes the adiriratioo which was xcited at church by one of the young girls of Cape May. " This piece f finery had come fioin Phil idelphia ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 February 1850

f.Er ca from Londuri Papera J :. ,- ' JIeecanthe Steimes. There were, on lb 1st of January last, no fewer than 1,113 steam tw bei'ngmg to tie various pbrls of the BritUh I-Ainds with, ait aggregate tonnage of 150 541 ti and of these, 35 were of frigate measure tf.it an.l dimensions, 67 others ranged from 600 to 1,000, while a totnl of 173 are represen ledas capable of "carrying pivot guns such as are used in Her Majeaty'a ships." The large ve in the list is the Ilindolan, beloiiint to the Peninsular ami Oriental Steai, Nvigntion Company: the smillcet is a craft called the Rev olution, belonging to no ess a ,,ersm (nin Vjce Admiral th Earl of Dun.lonaW. She is forty-1 five feet long, of tie burden c.f seven jon, ex clude f her engi its, aihl was registered hy her IK.e owner upwn-.U of sixteen v-ar go 4A ,tne transport of tr.H.p, the Vharnix, although , v of only 87C t.i.w, re,Hfate.llyrrie,l up war isot l,-.'00 men, fr. i .ihiI i i.-.,r.r -f h.s: inclemt-iit ro.ist, and in ho tvort M...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 February 1850

u it t f If V ? - I. t ir f; p3 43 For the Polynesia. ' IMPROMPTU LINES, TO 4 HDY I W T CHKBCB, lT CDT- Howofi i my travel through far dialeat ellmea, v- KrOm tba liiJir U ScoiU' hlfhlaarf. - Have I o-liMtuu perfeclloa of kraal jr. which sow 1 hre ftHiud in tbe Hawaii Maad- : - - -.".".-m'pitil U mnjr brlx oeeialnf , ; , Where vil, nulh aad beamy ha afcoae, "Bdt never nochToeTinr je have 1 1 A now 1 behold la itaiutr t. it Your wrainiuuM;yy TbrUl d my nuari, a areecui j While lb (rlance of four i-ye, dear and bio a lk akiea, I'ca'a never, oht. ver forgetJ Thrn deem it not arrange, ff whfc gaalag at f. - tfuritw the text, aeraion and all, : ' ' - ?An4 haaiite'thouihtiif aouMac hal how I mftjai fet r A xilue laviiailoVtOeaS.". 'j.i ; ' Willi much lwpttdeace, " Boarox." , - Hosold.o, Feb. 4,isaj fcrrT XPoefinVttie jTeenie Hepublican, Celebrating the works of Dame,Nature, has " i' - -1- .L4 makm am tkAtr.M" AMI- Vai; if iti be nof quite w:,f-f; s i'". !'! r-r? .?f?Slic next mad womanrrf...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 February 1850

v 4 . U ' Vi'4lii'-i''' -V UVV Vri', 'YrtY-. 1 - V -A 1111 a. rff "V A ........ . Vol. 6.I i- - - W-Li X JbOlilM . The Official I Journal of toeHawaiianermnent, u published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. EDWIN-O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. O ie copy per annum, 10 advance, - - - .t6 00 Ote copy sit months, in advance, ....... 2 SO Smgie copies, - - ....... j2 . Kates of Advenlsrbe. One square, (16-lines). first insertion, l, 00, each coo- viinace ci.; one nan square (8 lines or less), first bk"""i uiuuuuiucc i. cis.; c-arag, no tices, &c not exceeding one half square, by the year, S5.00; 01 tj's 'ji, wo,w. - 1 cany aavenisias;nni "Ln hl1 v ""iT""! ,30-00 5 ?l "i" ' 6i.; '.e,ry lwrtinj Itmited lo the ad. rtiser"s own business.' Ltgal A(rrttteninX.:-Tweaty-five cents per line, for ise u miuuBjaau ix Ma one-ioartii cents lor each soofeqneni insenion. - ..--. - a-- Xroieot advertisers are required to pay ia advance. TAlinf Acr9lfm fnrik DiJ.....'.. 1 tiBki, H. 8. Swinloa. Bohtoh, - ft.D. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 February 1850

K - if. h - r it ... i : d y i- 158. lants.'such as' brandy, or whisker mixed in hot water, to whichmay be added a teaspoon- ful of the tincture or ginger or ot capsicum; and if these be not in readiness, they should give one teaspoonful of sal volatile instead, nntil re-action be produced.. 4. The Recover. It frequently happens that this stage is ushered in by an attack of fever, when it willLecome necessary to avoid the use of stimulants, and to nave recourse to the commit saline draught, cooling drinks, mild diet of the farinaceous kind,- such as arrow-root, sago, taping a mixed with milk. -Should the head, be affected and tty face flushed, cold lotions should.be applied and leeches to the temples. In these instructions I have endeavored to adopt the simplermode of expression, to suit. the understandings of the : poorer classes; ana, in ' conclusion, i again wish tompresa upon all ' persons the necessity of paying prompt attention to the lightest approach of diarrhoea, as it may ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 February 1850

From the Msacfccster Gwdtma eTtata October. flsHCE iD THE UMITKD STATES. "The Paris paper publish the correspondence on the ..itiiect of the differences between ih i. Minister at ashington and the American Gov ernment, an paper treat it as an affair perxon , to M. Pouasm, and not at all likelQb lead to ,nT coolness betweenthe two Governments 'J bf 'e Jnmiager ol the United States had a Jotl? interviev jii tth the President of the Remib- Shaking f the electiod of Louis Napoleon, fit Uiooe says: --..-- The result lias indeed diapointed every Kj.Iv. Louis Napoleon wax Mieved to Ite a fool, nd he has convinced the world that there is an immense deal of wisdom and prudence in jjj, character. He was thought to lie a vi-iona-rj in his (xditieal views, hinI be ha ishown more ,mnl rtyn any vf hi predecessors in au purity. He .was t down as a revolutionist ,nd he is found to lie conservative. ' ' " - . . - , Loud Brocgkx ok Wit. On the annivrr Kry of the Cuinlterland , ami Westmoreland Agricu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 February 1850

1 I 5r II r-, t C- t rr I r r. f. - 4 J t v G (I. 1 f5 v. 160 NEVER. DESPAIR! ? ' - BT WM C. RICHARDS. This moil I e lo ibe young and the old, Mure prerioot by far rhaa . trouore of fold - T will proe la H owner taliaoiaa we. More poleot th.u m.c-IU axvaa WAe. No! "saves wlur be thy to. Though FortuDe-yunHift illumine ! not; ' "'Mid II gloom,- and dcpiie its dark burden of ore, ;ifli6u eanl not beheVrful, y " ' : ' t , O, wh t if he Sailor B caward ahould be, - - - -When the I'empeat come down in Ma wrath on Ibe ten, , And Iho mad billowa leap like wild beaafa from Ibe lair .1 -To wake hi Iheir prey If he visld te umii! But aee him ainjd Ihe fierce .trite "of tbewavea, . While around hi frail veeael Ihe atorm demon revee,- How he rooaea hia soul Bp to BO and lo Bans, ?Aa, while there i life left, will savss Dcai-iie Thou, loo art aaik-r, andJTiioe ia thehea, , IabJ Life Ihe frail vcaad tbat apholUelh thee ' ' " Fierce ilirmi of WMfortune will GH lo thy eUare, 'But, like thy brave ri...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 February 1850

.4 IT-? 0 t Tsl- Vol. 6.1 THE POLYNESIAN. Tbe Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government puiuwv wcckij ai nonoiuiu, Uahu, H. I. ,EDVIN O.HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per annum, ia advance, -------16 00 One copy six months, ia advance, . - . 3 50 Suijle copies, - . ... (3 Rates of Advertising." - One sqnmri, (16 lines), first insertion, Cl,0n,ec1i coo. tigaxnce 25 cts.; one half square (3 lines or less), fist insertion, 50 els., each continuance 12 cts.; Cards.no. ucei, tLC. not exceedin?one half square, by the year, 93,00; t exceeding one square, !,0ii. " Vearlyadveriiiiagnnt iceeJm; one half column, S30.00; not excetliag one cilmnn, 60.OJ. Varly advertising limited io the ad ft rtiser's own liusiness. Lrrtl AieertitemenU. Twenty-Eve cents per line, for the first insertion, and six and one-fourth cents for each subsequent insertion. ...... Transient advertisers re required to pay in advance. LUlqf A zcnlsfor the Polynesian. l.tHWJi, H. 8. 6 win ton. Bosto,- CD. Jorre4: Co. IIilo. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 February 1850

11 O r I) J k i i... li ? C I-- i A . ) ml organs, we must confess that we are unable to discover the least shadow of an argument to show that their complaint are founded on any thing like reason or justice ; nor can we, after a m;nt inveMiaation of their so-called grievan- .lUcm-r auaht Init the effects f unfounded malice, pettv, despicable jeahuy,a WBnlon per version of facts and inexcusable mirepresenta f ill conduct and motives of th.e whose L-.. - .....rV.. rnn.UMII. W hell ; measures iny mc r "s - -i .... mh.i tn-ir iiip hmimisiiumi ' i , , twelve individ-i i iir Virulent opposition to every measure and .hi, point the Legislature wot id .! well to eare "very individual of the governn.en.,) who have . fi.1l, consider what the Rev. Mr. Armstrong and manned to obtain the control of a newspaper, several othr of the missionaries said at pages in which they reiterate their unmeaning and un-j 12, 20, 21, and 22, of the same answers. Nor reasonable charge-, for effect abroad, we can a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 February 1850

0 3! 49b attain, rests on a valid foundation and is cf.lio. wr upon the British Government. Inn on me tain, continues: Ihs .-tuMiion: we give, to- the promises article from the London rrt-s. So far a thaf journal is concerned, and ?.,tar wi.-uy to tne Mosquito ,ffiran "c uji, u is an mat could l exiec fj or desired; being, in fact, an express aban Imuient, by that journal, of the " protectorate ,M aumeu uy L.orii Fabnerston, and bereto- gustanjea ry toe oracle of Printing-house iinare. To w hat extent we may suppose thai 3t oracle speaks " with authority," or is infiu wPfd ,y some desire or present interest to cavil l ifie Foreign Minister, is another mfrstinn. It k the wont of the Time to take on itself WfS ol rebuke or admonition to the Governments j-the earth; there is nothing out of rule, there in, in the lordly manner with which it now TrtJi the United States in the matters of aptitude .-,' blunter," of pandering to Mind and unreas nl'Ie passions, "of seizing Texas " and "in ,1...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 February 1850

t r 0 1: X, ISA 4 5 :i- r ; THE MOTHERLESS. , Cod help sod hielil the otberk. -Tie atrickea, tletn dore . For hm iker Hch lb"nt Of drrp id drathloM -' . - ' The atutdent tit! rlrf confer For who lone ""'Tt ' Vpoe wbn-e r' 1"re ' . l . . ,i No featW tn "" brnJ" ' " To oothe lb tr pain ' . -No voice so Ibnd ab s--s?s .". To cmltn l he fcerfc brain. : ' en, aiImt toiizne may whwper lore, , , vBui oone on ennb so pore hl 5 --' a molher bran her cuild ! 3sde kiadly of the motbere ... A wenrj lot m theirs, ; ' ' 2. : ;jind oft the he rt the JJl i-eeiue, A 'oad of wrriiw bear. k .. . f 'No W.Mi'I voice direct their lej, 7 V Or bid them onward pre. ' Apd If they fd aeonin' wrani," . God help .the molherii- ( -.- - Aod wha the oinCuJ and the frail, , , . :i( The tempted and the tried, ; , , ? i.v Cwpotted one I shall crc-as thy path, ' V Oh, poro them not asale. " : J" ' , . !iThwo know'ot nd. what thoo wonUTu hare been r With triab tareo tea i. . - - . j Aad wheo thy Iipa would Teat reproac...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 March 1850

9 c.tm mil. i. i ' v- i - 1 1 I cf la ib is rer ot r'f t il THE POLYNESIAN; fke Official Jnurnal f the Hawaiian Government EUW,lO..HALL, EDITOR. TEiM S. One copy fer annum, iu aJaoce, - -.- - - 16 OU cop j-sii n;oDths, in advance,. ...... 3 60 S,njit copie, . .v-it . - - . . . .... 12I , : Rates of AdvertisiB. Use square, (IS lines), first insertion, SI ,00, each cuV jumtace 25 cts. ; on ill f square (3 lines or less), first ,seriion,5 cis., tt. coalinaaoce 2t cts.; Cards, no- yes, sc. not e iceain ;oe nail square, by the year, 5,00; r exceeding one sq ire, $s,fH). ... Yearly adertisiag not (Kcediag one half co)umn, 830,00- not exceeding one cicM, I60.C3.- ' , early aavertisins limited to the ad. frter8ownbnstaes5, rj . - . ...-v. tfal Mtertisemeas.Tweulj-fiwe cenlser Mne, for tx mi mxniug, ma six ana one-iourtn cents lor acn luUeqaeal insertion. , ., , .. . . . , fnHMCjit advertisers are required to nay in adrauce.' . ' -S List of Agent for (Kt Polynesian. - . ttatl, H. 8. Swioton....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 March 1850

A oe goyernea. uy inercni,moitye. wtcyi!. tbedeciipin jopulafily PKji Cabinet or a pay7ij an appeal to t hf fjnitj,pr (he .mil .'ttry passions of the 'people to assume an attit ude f-:menace - or hostility toward the 'greatestypowers .oCurope, jvelf-t. aware that tSieir'strcngtb-is tempered with a sincere re luctance o use it; especially, against a free and industrious people Up assert wifli renew- cd cirfjihasw Mrv-Monroe;s extravagant doc Ulne'of the nn-interlerencc of European states outhe'Americari continent., while the " Amcncrfii'poiTsVssloa '."of) this' country still extend from. Vancouver's Island to Jiaiuax, and cmbiice the coast in a circle of mari V time positions from Belize to Bermuda may be, the .natural 'expedients of unscrupulous politic ns, but" thay were unworthy f the ruler? of a powerful republic; m ' . " .Theresa in""the United ' States, a small, -thoughactire" and"hoisy party, principally -rltept alive by the writers in a class of public -journals whichlfadeia ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 March 1850

r aa ft : V 5 ? .1 NT--,; are late ii- fromsan;fraa5?ciscp. ' By the'arrivei of the ship Deoc&leon, Captain Cole, we Dave received San Francisco papers Id ttc 7tn 01 later jiewg has been receiv ed from New 4York . or -Loudon, than that fur nished in our last issue. t -Jm!; ThelL S. Pacific" Mail Steam shrP Unicorn, Captain George S. Porter, arrived fnm .Puna mayestenlay about j o'clock ami came loan J hor aiwve nappy, valley. She left Panama on the lltb of January with 160 passenger and a email amount . oi jreight.. , Une day before she jrnvea at. Acaputco sne saw the. smoke. of fteanerf-r'Hicn must bave been that of the Or egon wiib our congressional delegation on board. - We are indebted to Capr. Porter for a copy oi me rename JGeno of the 5th of Janu ary. It does not, However; contain much intel ligence of importance: -"She brings no later news fiatn the States -YTe"regret to learn that the apprehensions wnicnwere excited with refer ence to the steamship Crescent City proved ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 March 1850

V 0 j V i r w-.y ir , a- r -REVIEW " Gorenior tin Chief of the - Hudson's Baj .Ctwipan j, In xSa .6 thelJrst discovery of ihcse Wa.nls, Sir eorg .r(o hiinself thus. , , - -Mouna LoartLc more distant of the two T, tSa .miuA.ini.of Haw.., is very little , in,S.r maheight to Moo.;atKea, being, , ac coHiug w most' calculations o,, the subject, than 13,000 feet above the level of the .u' . : .:. .:i - :,.: therefore, must Lave .se' - . . -.. ..: i .. . nver ean. the track of frouf Acapuko to WanlllV and the chances of u uein- seen by the Spaniards in early I we": considerably .t eased, if the crateron ilssumm.tr as was titoSt probably the case, 4va9 then in a state ii .activity. Even if there were no direct cvulO.ce of the discovery? the contrary 8Uppoiion-would be 'all but incredible, for the mere s.lchce of a "jealous people with respect to islands, which, though useless to Spain, might yet have fur- nished an impregnable shelter to the plunder ers of her commerce, would not have even ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 March 1850

Yi": ? . ?. . . ;VU the tlx er- r5 t Mil XL U. col. Mid lt W vitb ball heir lit e 'thi r eed-- pre- 0 be ! 'e.-to j it n 1 ra- tbeae i, tad pet d out, rage . Si; iono- ing or dues. ge r I p.; pa il and pilot be ra- clear i; and 2. At canal, thcer e ral- (hat ;nt. or ges for es, re , 1847; (which tama,) n, . . .- include uors. td ex- pav- ' lit ID. llono- t prs-1 le to a I ars, ts aster m OD1S, a 11 le st sail of ne ely de- any eij kc, o' Icohol. ol 10 1 r w wc 'ailoa ; I I, nal: shipped I a hire 1 icaiioa I ind tb baU Wl ssselnJ iy c& do prc-l irUf t tbrt aaltjell lebeai-i rate eofV master ithmtf at an; of I at ii? -and1 r. ese 1 flbeis- urns - K - oftcerl out1! j alieM 4 . in" aturd! lerp!"! res , be nda! Vol. 6'.i THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per annum, in advance, t6oo Onecnpys.ii months, in advance, - ...... 3 so Single copies, ..... ......... (2J Rate of Ad...

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