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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 March 1850

! . THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY'. 'MAR. 9. Lauds We are not nuiie wre that tbe fre quent allusions to this subject .in our paper are crateful to the majority of our readers, ihu at the same time we find it a frequent matter of discussion in private circles, and every body seems 'to tbiuk that the right plan has not been "bit cpon yet(.''- s . "(T ' ",'r " "A correspondent hi ourlast, suggests a very - important obstacle in the way of satisfactorily settling the claims that are now being investiga ted by -the Land Commission, which is, the mmount to be awarded, under the lnte resolutions of the Privy Council.". Knowing the author of that communication, we feel assured that expe rience has developed the difficulties with which be has found the subject to be encumbered. This being the case, we would commend that 4 communication to the attention of the Land Commissioners, from whose decisions there is no other appeal than to the Supreme Court, where the expense attending a suit r...

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

9 5$ . BtaUTirci. Passage. Lord Mnrnetb. iw nn of bis addresses to the elector of the West Rid inf of Yorkshire, uttered the following beauti ful passage: " Reference has been frequently made to the reigns of our former female Sovereigns, and in Jeed every Englishman must fondly look back i9 the wisdom of Elizabeth and the victories of jlnne. But, in shaping the desired career of ,beir lair ana young successor, we do not wish that her name snouw rise above the wrecks of tbesrnwiiii we ao not seek to emblazon her throne with, the trophies of such field as Blen heim, or the et more transcendent Waterloo. Let her have glories, but such as are not drained jrom me treasury or dimmed with the blood of ber eople. Let hers be the glories of pence, cf jihiusirr, i commerce, and of genius; of jus tice ma le more accessible; of -xtucr.tlnn made we universal; of virtue nore hon red; of re gion more iieloved; of holding fo th the ear liest gotpel light to the unavaketied nations; the nes that ar...

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

172 Review '. Of the Overland Journey Round the World, during the , years 1841 aryl 1812, by Sir George Simpson, Governor in Chief of the Hudson's Bay Company's Territortes," so "far as relates to the Sandwich Islands. , Upon the Hawaiian Language, Sir George re marks as follow: - . . " If foreign word were largely incorpo rateu, diflerent originals would evidently pro duce confusion by running into one and the ,Baine native version. ' Of this possibility, in fact, an amusing instance has already ac tually occurred.' Brandy, as well as French, has been legitimately rendered into pulam, so that French brandy, by the by, would be characteristically expressed, on the principle of repetition, by Pulani pulani. Now, bran dy and Catholicism, known as ; the 1 rcnch religion, or pule Pulani, happened tobeforc- ed on the Islands by a ship of war on one "and the same occasion, and the missionaries who were as hostile to the cne as the other, 'were not a little delighted to find that popery .a...

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

2P-;' '"Ziijrzt V'&S "t ' T : . ' . . 1 S : - r ' 'fWJt" 4 Vol.6.!v-v HMOKLU,HSATUTiD)taLABlJnl r-- v-'A jrr '"r-.-V i .4 The Official Jonrnal of the Hawaiian Gortrnroent. . u pubiianea weemj at Honolulu, Uahu.sfI. . EDWIN O. HAXW, EDITOR. VSJ .term s '-v-rr. One copy per annum, in advance, .-- .Vi - . t fe - ,ne copy sii months, in advance, - ... .'. 3 51 Single copiea, - 1?$ " Ratef Aarertisi-s.' - One square, (IC liaes), first insertion, t ,00, each'toi? ttassnce 25 cts. Me half sqnare 8 lisws or less), Ml Mrtioii, SO. cts., each continuance 12 1 cts. Cards. no bces.&c. not exceedioooe half sqnare.by the year, 85,00; Mteieeediusone square, 3.00.. Yearly advertising not uLaa, 60.00.- Yearljr advertising limited to the d- wrti-ter's ow business. - r' . ir' A4crtUewnis. Twenty-6ve cents per line, for the first insertion, and ail .and one.founh cents for each mi a 1. I r Mi..m. cm j : 1 . .ahsequent insertion. . - - j - Transieat advertisers are required to pay ia advance.' "...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 March 1850

! r if 6, - 4-r crvitifj uY iraonlHiwrM-Uhe?irtat kb stacle to jheir upward progrew. : Some have we5iie4.ibat theieoplo should bcenco6r sed to wear trinkets.and gaudy .dress,,; that thev may have additional mbftvea4, to .Indus How ranch bettetvthat .theurjiindostry $boiH urnulated bj . effort, 1 provide themselves wttn meniat ana spiritual iuu. What tfgher'Ind 1notr alutay mwives'can brought to Jbear upon them to arou9ibera ome industrious: and; enlerpnr nenna JSd rtHoMhe benefit of this stimulus fee lurti .'Tfta ryil iiii- lsianoa. T fcV American Board, ",bouf forming .any, permanent relatt the"lslandr or, making ny provision hlir famil,;-, a return, .fler a their halive.land, is almos t inev hjs M:n seen., must greatly, retard; the per- at these Island., and greatly, increase the exoense of sustaining miss.onary,opera ions, j These evds avoid !i-g?,"i minishea, u ui---- . . . . ottlo ilnwn m nau lands as '" ople Vt libert 'ties inseparable from the task. We desire tors suppon jr ....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 May 1850

' " ., -I ., a- i t 4 .' -la --1- -- -I 'ftif ; : ; 'If Slp Vol. -7. 1 THE POLYNESIAN, ae Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, i published weekly at Honolulu. Oahu, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy per annum, io advance, - - - - t6 00 - - 3 50 --. 12J One copy six months, in advance, - SiDZle copies, - - - - r - Rates'or Advertising. One square, (16 lines), first insertion, t,00, each con- iHliice - ClS-i one nan a.juaiu j v "it tertian, S3 CIS., eaca tonuuuu i'i v.u, fs &c. not exceeding one half square, by the year, 85,00; t exceeding one square, S3.00.- Yearly advertising not ceediosr one halt column, fciO.OO; not exceeuing one luinn, 560,00. i early advertising limuea io me u- ls3l Advertisements. I wenly-uve cents per line, lor drt insertion, and six and one-tourtn cents ior eacn Traasieot advertisers are required to pay in advance. Lcinnl inaartioti. List of Agents for the Polynesian. II. S. ewinton. Botok.- . U. Jarre io. B. Pitman. 8. Fb4ncico. Rev. T...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 May 1850

t r -I- ... fr s- p.': 3 i i - -4 r II' l The pack here wa9 not so close as I found it before. Lanes of water cuuld be seen reaching almost up to the group, but toonar- .inloaa iks chin had been SUIur ciently fortified to force a hole for herself. These small islands at intervals were very distinct, and were not consIderd at the time very distant. ? Still more distant than. this group, from the deck a very extensive.and high land was re Dorted. which I had been watching for some -time and anxiously awaited a report from " some one else. "V ;. There was a fine clear at- onosphere (such an one as can only be seen in this climate) except in the direction of this extended land, where the clouds rolled in nu merous immense masses, occasionally leav ing the very , lofty peaks uncapped, where could be seen columns, pillars, and very bro ken, which is characteristic of the higher headlands in this sea East Cape and Cape .Lisbune for example, v With the exception of the N. E. and S. E. extre...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 May 1850

jZ.. that the Fr; anl iklin v. w II consist oi ;aton of the , tiety tuna ft.. l ion has 1 .,.. . ien. K ho (ma Who ha - - accepted bn Griff;.. .. .. . i I , ' w"i b I lifts A ar d vigorous ener., I , - I est "dvices we in. ive stagnation ,0!3 country condition, and na, been produced oh . . 96"'P atb .n north latitude 3 uiu nw.i . aptaia of one f April ia lotft- - . wu.- Inbeljhtf. nyed out t lnes for n west lines, bor- jT58'' Bd run mediatel l.:i. - -- "Mi a 1, 7 e he called felow we bare a ew anu a finesoil. in Tovement8,put road up the h;i. ey ana which we " our absent e mate and a fca-.il jet we have Dot tee mines. A par ved consisting 0f . with sixteen fine luring news from w ilb all kinds ' he bay is a good ;outh and'soutb K '"to the harbor is 41 05 56" . g with theutmoc Put un the first kond, and myself on me I3tb, and !e and Sheriff. you think of that its tdace baa fm We found a nunv re' inclined to be three passenger, CJeneral .Morgan ling in the break' c WARNER, of brig Isa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 May 1850

0 ' 4 1 r f i Kfi-m 'l4..: ,1 - ; .She (Dlto; - HEAVENLT RECOGNITION. v . -IT. ire Aafi Inmc, " w"" "V . Vhea from (he lyto ? we "er .-' The mournful r"f "Poken' VAB(J waep to Ihink fliat life houU weavo , . LUik ou!y to be broken. eaUwiTanlchafrUh Mill Ue hope, . .' . ' We ftn would tUiuk U gien, V That those who know and love ou earlh, " We'll know and love iu Heaven i . '- . Can friendship, with the ihousaud joja Our heart no loudly cherish, , Be only barn to pas away, When our clay forma aball perish ? -' ' " Could we to memory aay farewell, , Her fond entwtninja never, . ABdpart beaida'lhegateof He" ' - To meet na more forever ? ,' . We could ot bear to blot the part, Tho' 'twere a mournful story ; v ABJ aurely she who shared oor jricf, ; , Should also share our flory. ..'. ' S How oft the over-burdened heart, r - A aoothing solace borrows, From touching , human sj mpatbita. That minjlo with our sorrow. Then shall there not iuteuser joy , Within eur souls be burning, When to th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 May 1850

.4Vf; a 4TIOXS. ' OF LAWs ublished for the " iers frequenting litryto inaketkl filot. - the windwafc, to be signed b trom nj conta- me nag, other ind obey the di- r. he Governor r ng. , ge to be landed, ire subject to a fny of the ports reucre to the coj- pmgnhe delivery lector, mill nU U llaw&iiaa - r merchant vessel , er of the legal own to the col pon which said i him with a list im under oath a the carge Q manifest shall zee, with their tes and also the cts. When -a j inv or all rf tight hours after tine not exceed- documents pre be cither la the . and at the ex an officer te be her discharge. ta kind see-that tut andise be landed orts of these isl- per cent, md ma- d liquors. of entry at these ioluiu. Oahu.and a addition there. 11 and Kealeke. ii merchant Tes. u, 20 cents per ktege in and out. aiua, anchorage certifxatc, 1 ; id clearsnce $1. ie port of Hono- neither lading or ving any pa seen ton harbor dues. k hey .discharge or rs thej shall pay iynesian newtpa- ps are, fr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 May 1850

u II "t.-r.' ! U;: If? ?v v 'm v I if THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, MAY 25, 1850. ' Homoldld Harbor. We have never known our barbor at this season of ibe year, to be so i . well filled with vessels a at the present time. I-; Ve well remember a few years since, on return V : ins from the windward during the cummer, that V4-. ,, not a solitary vessel was in port ; and the masts of a smnll native coaster were the only indica- lions that our fine harbor was any thine else than an isolated lake into which ships could find no access. . . ; iBut we now have from twenty to fifty foreign vessels of various descriptions, most of the time in port.and these are constantly coining and going. Another remarkable feature observable in the ' commerce of Honolulu, is that these vessels are almost entirely merchantmen, coining from all ; parts of the world, and entering with spirit into cornpetion for the Island's market. Formerly few but whaling-sbips visited this port, and it was upon ibem thai the comm...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 May 1850

IT' '' ' 1" INCISCO. flocl $ in Eton, ! o JViUunu ! which baa TM . lout this tnornin- fte flames soon B""'"M"S esiabli, nd here, ha? t began to ntt.l of the SquarJ, 23 mtgomery Mreerjl! picture of tbe Bo. from this fact, i Z a f Ac ttorl o j 'nscpo.tbeinf.,0. toed pont k bounded by cLT office. Fortn..Jr' rk, atrikine nflM.1 proceeded iZ I pd tO the nn:. earner street. -.4 fceof our cotempo. U p. which WUl rl to learn that ther ;rial. jeadily projtrewed. !. Pollard &fW f the block, Ur' h Journal of Co sheet of flame. ..J prist were forr.l hping through tfaa on the bl.wt P, . , will "'"bunkineho, onteoinerr Mrm W he active ettrft ng, w ho entered u Jpt it drenched with 1 to progress a nr. hbington, Jackson, jreew ami up tu on, Jackson, Kear STREET. . r ssssessa STREET. fc L fer ae.siaiEaa mcBnitSBBxnai ar H at CLAT STREET, th the exception of r part of Jackson Montgomery streets Dame, w hirh like will, eni. up ihe tuition of i he city. e stoutest hearts in err portion of oar tint....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 May 1850

0 n i " 1 - N .V ... - ifr;,. She Uo. -1 : ... . ' ODE TO A GOLD COIN. ' " Th. following Od. to an India- '-ZTk Ckorical. Malabar, by Dr. 'yd-, i00' .oWamul.te a ..live coimiry to . jnae ""''"'diwenM, br...,gh on by the fortune. In th lm.1 atage J ,7 Thi. Ode," - , fceat of the climate, he penoed '' , Mrfoc7lo Ueon. "in my bomwe P"" r twisted by mbject mat i intereiin ' ""T ; . .,irh ,: niugl -w.ken Ode win ieeu5 neirmeiw, j ....... , ' . , ., - - v . i k h rwnnnal interest lu ' V W'jiat vanity has brought thee here? - How caa I bear to see thee nine Bo bright, whom I hare bought ao dear - The Mul-ropea' flapping lone I hear Torwilizht's convene, arm Inarm; - - The Jackala ahritk burets oh my ear ...... When uilrUt aiid nioic wont to etann. By GhoriraVa dark, wandering atreama, Where cane-tutts ahadow aB the wild, Sjweat viaima banal BT waking dreaoia ' Of Teviot loved while let a child : Of cutled rotie tremendous piled By Esk or EdeuVclassIC wave, " Where loves of youth and friend...

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

44- 4 ATIONS. OF LAWS Published for th hers frequenting t ttry to make the kilot. - L the windward. to oe signed by frera any conU. hite Ha'-, other. ua oDej the di- he Governor or ng. ge to be landed. re subject to a nv of the Dorta 4 eltera to the col. sthe deliver lector, will onlj Hawaiian Ala. hierchant vessel. er ol the letr.t iown to the col. pon which said him with a lint m tinder oath the cargo, with a manliest shall ges, with their es and also the lees. When an ny or all of the ;ignt noors after' fine not exceed- documents pr be either in the , and at the ex an officer to bo her discharge, to nd see that no iandise be landed orts of these rel- per cent, ad a- d liquors. of entry at these noluiu. Oahu,and a addition there. ki and Kealeke- nier.hant ves- u, zu cents per jtage in and out, laina, anchorage certificate, SI ; bd clearance SI. le portofHono- neither Iaaing or living any passe n- ton harbor dues, hev discharge or rs they shall pay ynesian neaspa s are, from and ch...

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

0 ! s painted. "The colors of Titian are- equally vivid and beautiful as when first laid on by the great artist, while those of Sir Joshua Reynolds already look chalky and dead. And Sir Joshua himself confessed, alter ma king it the study of his life, that he had nev er been able to discover how Raphael, and the other great artists, had been able to pre serve the beauty and brightness of their naintinrra But if we marvel at these artists, three centuries back, what shall we say of . . - . t r T a those paintings lound in tnetomDS 01 igypi. more than two thousand year3 old, aud yet Kept tresa and bright, tnougn Durieu lur.mai time beneath the ground, in the damp, dark, caves of the East ? The very wife of Solo mon is found there, just as she was painted on the eve of herdeparture from her father's home, to share the throne of Judea ; and not only the color of her garments are preserv ed, but the bloom is still on her cheek and lips, and the lustre in her eye is even as it then was. T...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 June 1850

8 1 weapon, with n, and death an, provoked ment returns xcusalde, but s tnan.laught- of any provo ke angry feel. provocation or cr the crimA . coroner's in bodv came to i in the eve of r it be a color or the most ty.' The same n cr.se the jury e nartv to uro- arge was made t some war or v it do.ie. The rial, yet it may we conviction. cessity of cir e could not ach sort of ev- I is no common hy often arrive istantial as hv : from the facts one, and each :eeth arefoutid an before his o establish the is. it no other The allejra- 1 Colieire about of it alive. . lek. The next j tid under the taken pnsses ns were made e those of Dr. proved that he iday afternoon iml never came t been proved the hour he is As to the tes hompson, Cle- and tier uaugn t not comment w ith the proof ens, the whole ittee of inquist of inquiry are are found who became known arkman, a man d disaptieared. i upon their re- nge if a great had seen him, If they had not be found, when that they saw e, it is true, is s ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 June 1850

on I- 3 v 1 12 (tljc (Dlio. THE REAPER AND THE FLOWERS- EV Ilt.NBT WODSWORTU I.O.NOKELI.OW. Tbrre in a reT wlio i-aine i I'fth, And wuh bis ktckle keen He rinii the bearded rain breath, An I Hie fl en ihalgrow between. Shall 1 have noiyiit that is fair to ee, Hare nouftlit but I lit lienrdt-d grain .' .Tbouih ihe breath f thie flowers ia sweet to uie. I will give them all bai k iiiiain." He gsieJ at the flowers mith tearful eyes, And kiM.-d iheir tremulous Rates ; It wa for the Lord of 1'aradrae He bound them iu hi; tdu-aves. " My Lord has need of lbee flowers gay," The reaper said and smi'ed ; Dear token of the eanh are they, Where he was oiice a child." They shall all bloom in fields of lLjltt. Transplanted by my care, ' And saints upon their garments whii These sacred blossoms wear." And the mother gave in teara and paiu The flowers she most did love ; But she knew she should Gnd them all again In the fields of light above. Oh, not in crnelty, not in wrath, The reaper came that d...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 June 1850

4- 1 t'LATIOXS. 0 CT OF LAW E, Published for tl,. I I u uiuere irequentin. lids. of entry to maketbe - I " Ms to the windi.. j Late to be signed by ie w hite flag, other. U5, and obey the di. tiicer. to the Governor I landing. ajrsraffe to be Ianr?n4 Iv.s, are subject to i t at any of the port, all letters to the coU rarding the delivery collector, will onlw iv uis Hawaiian M IT" IT J nnv merchant v..i I, i-Dft 1 , t either of the legal. ie Known 10 the col. sb upon which said f Lrnieh him with r. to him under oath a ol the cariro luliich manifest v.u lack apes, with tk:. ! lantities and also the Isignees. When an i rra anv or all nfit,. s " " 4JV rty-eisht hours after : j'o a fine not exceed. ;het documents pre- 11 an be cither in the f ion, and et the ex . ide an officer to ba I ring her discharge, to n. ana see that nn rchandise be landed re ports of these isl- nvc per cent, ad a- lented liquors. ortsot entry at these r Honolulu. Oaliu, and I is. in addition there. I'riauui and K...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 June 1850

u -X. V 14 MR. CALHOUN. At the age of 63 years and a few days, Mr. Calhoun has given up the ghost, and been removed from a world of honorable usefulness to a tribunal beyond the grave. To say that a bright particular star has fal len from its sphere that an intellectually great and personally good man has died is to give but an inadequate idea of the melan choly event we record. Mr. Calhoun, though not of our faith or party, nor, in our humble judgment, a truly national man, was nevertheless endowed with so many strong points of character, and so many personal virtues, as to make his life for all an illustri ous example, as his death to all is a subject of profound regret. It is not our purpose to recall the error, or evil, even, in the opinions of this eminent man, but rather to recite some few of his many virtues, as they have shown conspicuously before the public du ring the last thirty years. Let the evil be forgotten, and the good remain as a burning and shining light to all. ....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 June 1850

JEXCE. I. 28, 1850. i Paris and th 10th of Marrh e apprehension Jbrthern powers irties. KepuK. ends of order" France in thn hnd the Austri- he papers as . Vis disregarded onsiuerant nas the statement. urrence stares It is srenerallv I D J ttiei!, anJ Pari ext. 1 he ma- bvernir.ent seem beneral belief ia hlanguin ' asked t these rumors the demand bv in for a month. of a serious na- y. All sorts of rt occult eovern- ading parties L-riali&'s. Each specu- agents conceit. Tfaev p deliver them bcpes are evi- ;n in tbe end.. t to the imme- Sorne soeak. bthers of the di- kingdoms ; the h and Last for North for tbe uth is vet tin- however.'some er in the midst e who sneak of a seem to fear it lr weeks. I he nal onset of tbe epublicans alone ressas the prop iews and inter- c is very active and owers are given es. The ordin re suspended.- ted. The Deni ed yesterday t j a imprisonment. irtkle, will suffer s are sickening ras opened yes- eches from Mr. Breckof Ky. nia against the t.ite const...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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