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v j,,nr 4ory, which fill-- tip two'lhirds,
. lotiir editorial, f"N (f ng words,
1fCe itniH I news, oho Hanging, one
t'j) u-tics to tickle the fancy,
((.u. out toiir columns arc barely enough;
Vi,l hirgc- advertisement! .n3 any man can
v. ... . I t. . I at . 1 1 I r
fikp na eulior s oiu oi.iim iiiuiv-
en! 'tis through, sir,
.i(.' reader! your task is to eat it. Fall!
cd being wrecked. Further progress was
prevented by (la hawjnise) which hindered
any further progress towards the south.
Although not much will have been gained
by this enterprise in point of utility, it will
add greatly u our geographical and scien
tific Knowledge. It does not appear that,
any living beings or animals exist in these
cold and dreary regions, not even a seal was
seen, nor nnv very useful kind of whale.
Captain Diunnnt D'Urvillc has, by this dis
covery, earned an, additi mial title to the
honors of his country, distinguished as his
name has already been in scientific naviga
tion. (The .tatroluhc and Zclt-e had arrived
at Hohurt Town.) llobari Town (Courier.
A few copies of the HAWAIIAN
SPECTATOR, Vols. I. and II., for
sale at 3 per volume, by
October 24. 3v.
;ir; from a letter dated,
Apia, .1 Tpo!u, Sept. 5, Ill If).
'I'll., d.iv hefire .Air. Williams was killed,
.. ,nvd teachers on the island of .Tana.
n'n'ni II. B. M. ship of war Favorite", which
La s'-iit out to procure the remains of o'ur
irthri'ii, called there, several natives had
,;,.,! tin; teachers, and the people J tre.'t-i;i.-:a
with khdu'ss. But thev are so di-
,,1.1 ill) tiiV-s, and so jealous of oa:'i oth-
,-, tliat c .n n i'iicatioii is very diilicult.
. i.us t calling at the New Hebrides,
(v tuaidicd at Rotuina, an island though
niil.yot !i:ivi:iir " hc'go population. Three
irlicrs were lei there, and we hope before
. . .. H .! I
,:if one or iv c.ignsn uusM.inarics will he
iit 1 1 to occ:i )v it. Our esteemed broth-1
r, Mr. 1 1. - I'll, l.'lt this about, live 'months i
rii itlie C.i:u l"n in'order to viut these? is-
niUaa.l to pl.iee m ro te.iche-s where thev
vir piled He intended to call at. New
a! 'J aia, and try to plant, the gospel in that
i .': : .1 1 m . .
a in i:uri '.-Miiig 11,1110. 1 ne recession j
ii;iif!i l Scotland engaged that in the event
I'.mr S (ciety preparing the wav, to semi
11 saport missionaries in that place
U' are s irry to hear that ('apt Cioker,
'ii'AiHsout out-to 'procure the bones of
M'ssh. Williams and Harris, 1ms himself
."i killed with liltoeaot his crew at.Tonira,
a skuiuisli witn the heat hen party. We
all ever recollect the eal manifested by
11 h t!i'? object of his "mission, and the in-
vt ne took m our mission. .
U'; endeavored about two months ao, to
mini'iice a mission on Savage Island, about
inn? UnuMreU miles trom this, hut the na
ves wen; so hostile and savage that to have
iilt'd would have been certain death.
Willi respect to the progress of religion
1 this group we have much to make us rc-
ervniany are anxious Ibr instrue-
:i. ami many whom we have reason to be
o' hive become wise unto sabati.ui. On
I'uila there, has been such a' seeking after
" labels nfgrace, that th. two brethren
w are scarcely able to stand tjie labor,
e wish to see tl'.e same out pouring of the
h S.iirit on the leeward islands. There
c still thousands who profess themselves
Jixns, anrj we long that thousands who
r dess the Christian name bad more of it in
f,ir character. Our churches are incrcas
!? and with few exceptions the members
? remained steadfast. There are also
Piy asking admiitiince to the ordinances
A stone mason who has come out. from
M'uloay, has underia'en to. erect a stone
"Wins for the High School, which we in-
"um institute. .
ma sum: keh s.
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Oct. 17, r. WiialeRark . Indian, JMuuglui.
lioml n, l5 111 s. HSO bbls.
' 17, Am. . Whaleship Hero, Joy, Nan
tucket,;! mos. :I00 bbls." Put in
in distress, having lost tour men by
scurvy since the I'Jth of Sept., and
the remainder with the officers be
ing so severely attacked as to leave
but three .capable of duty, when
H), Am. Whaleship Mary Ann, Chase,
Now Redford, l.ilHJ bbls. mos.
10, Am. Whalebark Kqtiator, Fisher,
ISev Ib dlord, I I mos. -ISO bbls.
'JI, Am. Hrig IMurylaiul, Couch, Ct-
lumbia Kiver, 30 days.
" CJ2, Am. Hark Henrietta, Dean,. from
. " 2.3, Am.. Whaleship Howard, Worth,
Nantucket, 26 mos. 2200 bbls.
It being necessary to make arrangements
soon for the continuance of the Polynesian, as
was proposed in the Prospectus, for a year,
should the public patron; ge atlord it a suffi
cient support, the Editor respectfully re
quests those wl.o wish to continue their sub
scriptions to give him itnmcdiatu notice.
AIo those w ho may wish to become subscri
bers. The back nutnbeis can be had upon appli
cation to the IMitor, or at the Printing Oliice.
Communications addressed to him can
be left at Peirce Brewer s, J. add k Co.
or the I'rinting Oliice.
Oct. 10, 1010, ' dv.
Oct. 21, JJr. Urig Clementine, Hawaii.
0 Have to acknmvlnrl.rn tlio ....
"(-'I letter. COflt;iilliii(r n ciwirw.
.1 n fi.vt.iivi 11. Willi!
expedition of'fl.e'iu-. i.' ...... ..1.
ly tbe and Zcc, under the com
lriT....:i 1.:. 1.
f 7?t.i, and the lat.o hour at which it
'! our olhce, we are unable to give in
ie 1 s week. Our readers will be pleas-
10 Our.. .1 . . 1 . ... '
" ' "'1 "Jti mo exertions ol the I- tcncJi
1 nnindore have bee
'J' !' ,ho evening of the I Oth January,
ia,t"(Jc ,j(J d0Lr south, nnd nl.n.O in
VhC! ,onitu,'e, land was descried; and
,l; euivuiies aiiproacneu to
lulll live or kIv .....1 1. .
. n.. !. f, nun nvo iiuuis crews
Lt . (i0,lcct specimens of roek from a
ui was clear of ice. The land is
f oJC;' us retching from the south to the
as lar as the eye could discern.
1,' , . '-''iiu ivus l(.'Mll)U til COll-
or Us discoveries, but wna stopped on
, l ' , y. il of ice stretching out from
directly north to an immenso di-
. '"id was consequently compelled to
j " ..urse. The Iblb.w'ing day the ves.
J iri.l V' ,lf.C V1 ",,t '""."deofwiud,
, "'vlucl, ,he '.ri ve v narrow Iv cseap-
Maryland, Dr. White lady and children.
Henrietta, Mr. Choever.
Shipping at Lahaina, Maui, Oct. 17.
Oct. 12, Am. "Whaleship Columbus, Wm.
B. Joy, Nantucket, 1G mos. 550
bbls. LJ(0 this season.
44 H, Am. Whalebark Heapcr, Benj, F.
Neal,' Salem, 14 mos. 400 bbls.
300 this season. Capt. Neal on
shore sick with the scurvy;
15, Am. Whaleship St. Georgo, L.
Fisher, New J Set! ford, 5J mos.
B50 bbls. 500 this season.. Baker
Hall, seaman, of Cold Spring, N.
York," fell overboard and drowned.
June 4, 1840.
44 16, .Am. Whaleship Trident, J. II.
Ri diet son, New Bedford, 26 mos.
1 ;00 bbls. 450 this season.
44 lf, Am. Whaleship Lancaster, R. N.
Swift, New Bedford, 23. mos. 2050
bbls. 1250 this season.
If Merchant and Ship Masters will in
form ns when they Jiavc letter, bags making
up for any foreign port, wo will insert the
notices for the benefit of those who may wish
to forward letters by such opportunitics.-AVi.
The papers subscribed for by tlio Officers
of the United States Exploring Squadron,
will bo left regularly on Saturdays, at the
American Consul's Oliice, except where it
is otherwise desired. . Those who wish their
sets forwarded to tlio United States, can
have it done by leaving their address with
the Editor. 3w, Oct. 2.1.
A silver mounted Mexican Saddle.
Apply to J. J. Jurvcs tf.
Ilns on hand and for s ilo, Amcrijjn,
Fnglisli mid' French Prints White,
Blue and 'brown Cotton Drills Linen
Drills Bulf ilo 'Cloth Ille.iehed and
Unbleached Coltons Hamilton Flan
nel English Chintz Clnlly Dresses
Pelerine and Sc.irfs Black, (Ireen
and White Veils Fine Cambric Mus
lins CI i cek Ta pe Mi i si i i is Sprig
and Mull Muslins Bishop I.riwns La
dies' Silk (iloves Black Crape Pink
Crape Petticoat .Robes Silk Cord
Men and women's Hosiery India
Rubber Suspenders Cotton Suspend
ers Worsted Suspenders Bed Tick
ing Men & Women's Shoes Calico
tind Striped Shirts Ready-tnade
Clothing Silk Handkerchiefs Cliina
Pocket Knives; Spring; balances,.
Knives and Forks; Scissors; Pins and
Caps, and Sad Irons; Braces nnd Bitts;
Soup Ladles; Gauges; Chisels; IJooks,
and Hinges; Files; Iron and Brass
Butt. Hinges ; Cast Steel Hand Saws;
Iron Back Saws; Compass, Saws; Cut
and Wrought Nails; Cut and Wrought
Tacks; Hat Pins; Cast Iron Furnaces;
Latches; Butts;. Sail Needles;- Cross
cut and Pit S iw Files; ' Door, Chest
and Armor Locks; Shovels; Sauce
Pans; Try Pans; Razors; Spoke Sha
vers; Hammers; "Wood Saws; Jews
harps; Drawing; Knives; Iron Squares;
Adzes; Brittania Table, & Tea Spoons;
Axe Handles; Curtain Rings; Hoes;
Currier's Knives; Bonnet and Brass
Verdigris; Chrome Yellow nnd
Yellow Ochre; Litharge; Spirits Tur
pentine;. Paint Brushes; Lamp Jlack;
Ground Log Wood, and Copperas.
Coiree; Olives; Cigars and Tobacco;
Stoughton's Bitlers; Pepper; Currants
and Almonds; Dried apples; Chnm
paignc; Cider; Loudon Porter; Hams;
Cheese; Pickles; Ginirer; Prunes;
Peppermint; .Swaim's Panacea; Mo
Assorted ("rockery Ware; Glass
Lamps, Tumblers, &c. &c. of.
1,'he Co-partnership heretofore
existing under the firm of
WRIGHT & WHARTON,
was dissolved on flth inst.
T. II. WHARTON will continue
to earry on the business of Painting, kc.,
and solicits a share of public patronage.
Ulond Yunl, Honolulu, (hi. 10, is 0,
.0 bales BiMun Cotlon, Na-hua Mills
S bales I-1 IJroun Cott.ni, Trenif-uf do.
3 bale j Bujwn Drilling, do. do.
1 case White do. do. do.
15 cases 1-1 Blue Cottons, China.
10 cases Blue Nankins.
1 case Fine Cambric.
C cases assorted Prints.
25 kegs White Lend.
25 kcjrs Black Paint,
25 kegs Green Paint.
1 case of Verdigris, in. tin cnns.
49 canisters best Linseed Paint Oil, each
P, canisters do. do. 10 do.
25 bolts Russian Canvass.
2 bales Bagging.
12 hegs assorted Nails.
.20 coils Russian cordage.
5i) coils Manila Rope.
" 2 Chain Cables.
4 Hindi Anchors.
fi eases Sheathing Copper.
.'30 barrels Beef and Pork.
22,()liO lbs. Navy and Pilot Bread.
G boxes China Shawls.
1 box Satin Figured Handkerchiefs.
1 box Pongee Handkerchiefs.
Honolulu, At!;,'. 12, IS t'J.
EaiSLBB & Co.-
Have for sale.
100 Tons .Sugar,
20,000 Culls. Molasses,
2,000 Do. Syrup,
CO Pr. Ox Bows,
1 Case Riding Smfdles,
1 do Paint Brushes,
4 Casks Tin Ware ass'd,
G Kegs Cooper's Rivets,
2 Tons Steel, ass'd,
.15 Cooking Stoves,
11 Coils Lead Pipe,
2 Tons Zinc,
COO lbs. Brass Kettles,
15 Half bbls. Coal Tur,
20 Chal. Coal,
100 Coils Cordage,
200 lbs Sewing Twine,
20 Bolts Canvass,
CO Kegs Paint, ass'd,
1 Case German Tumblers,
10 Kegs1 Tobacco,
Honolulu, June G, 1840. tf.
100 barrels of Salt for sale by
13. PITMAN & SON.
Sept. 19. tf.
LADD & Co.
Have for Sale,
ttO Bales Brown Cotton,
10 Cases Prints,
I Do Grass Cloth,
50 Boxes Hyson Tea,
. 40 " Hyson Skin, "
200 " Congo Souchong Tea.
.lune, 0. if.
10,000 Coral Stone,
50 Piles Lime Stone,
100 Cords Wood,
100 bbls. Salt,
2,000 lbs. Arrow Root,
50 Bbls. Beans,
20 " Corn,
For Sale by LADD & Co.
June, G. tf.
Six good Mules,
KiKjuirc of LADD & Co.
dune, 0. . if.
liAKKKS VIWM CAIVTOJY.
Good people all walk in and buy,
) Sum A- Mow, good cake and pie
Bread hard or soft, for land or sea,
' lolial" made; mine buy of we.
June 15. if