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i,fc which iiw.'iit those hf-rc afior wh rijilit- jtlio oUI French settlers on the Day, said tfd lcnl f tioulde. Suppose wo Knock
4 rclecin their present time? Let us. re- i to have been derived from the Indians ! tlio forms into c for once, and leave them
T li E P 0 L Y N K S IAN.
1 1 KHi'i r or I.MiTiir.NCK. Wo re-
who inhahited ihc coast on its first settle-! t" arrange the letters into words, and words
..INnjiitknoivsninfcrdMOAv-l.orni-hiM jmont by the French, that this fortilication into sentences, ach niter his own fashion,
k tlio i 01 -i!lfl .ill around 1 1 ici! ,mil (I; I i ... . ....... . . .. ... '
C, ir.V, tint sinking in thy las long sleep, ias uuill by a trim; ol Indians long since lut Inst listen to tlio poetaster, gentlo ent-
lihe..., fl:Mn,.e,nuea,,am,m..u.euwi:cp. ;l!Atinct, klJOWtl US tllC IJalllXois. ioS tllCIl a.Mllv tl.O hts'l to IVlfasUS US so-
... . II. O
According to the legend, this tribe was vero ad ye may, hut spare us.
M II'MM ll-!tfl M ll.l.r. t...,lnur..1 ... ! I I " - - i t t
ui Mm twin u iildiu mihitiiii iiciniKiniii: rurtiiuruiviivM.ui.
TO .1. AM) II.
The Inrnw of heauty, love, ;i tit I youth,
In I fonolnlu Cud ili'ir growth ;
.Ami things iiiii.u (In !(l''(l iii in t lit v all,
11 I li i i lie ir.;in , i unas " s en in nail.
closely and vigorously besieged lor ii con- iw ,nc, we Cod (here's not Lent,
uiilor.ilJM Iiiiik till ilw.iK ...n..r,,... I li.it n emeu: h to m It its n lit :
.... ,in iiivii .-mii'imii n i;v(iiiMt I i. , ;, . ii I i i .
a , i , , . i.i , ii in in n i iii ii i in; v,
I V ll'l 1 1 . w I 11 I (line .1 ... .. I . . ... I I I . . . I MM... . . I l: . ' .1 l .
v,.iiiui,.nv i, HIV., tILIi; II.IIIILLII HI III!" I Hill InllllH CC Hl.'ly 11,1,1. a Mglll.
last extremity. Hope having deserted
them, they marched into the ocean and
In this neighborhood is frequently heard
the most extraordinary and .strange pin-
1 . I ' 1
sir. it is heard m the summer months
I if . II .1 l II ' IHU 1 1 1 1 (
..,!. n.'iiil :ni ollicer toll Hie loll iwiii" tin- i ..
' ,. i i . , . : tribe. Alier many successive dc cuts.
,, Up, winch occurred in a country not ten ' , .. aj , , "U"-,M
' . ,, 4 i ' i i'hev were driven to the sea shore, where
,, , iHiind miles Irom this. A sailor having ., ... . c ... . . '
1 " , .ii ;,lcv built his for i iea ion; thev wen;
nllC .ISII'Ml , t.ii"iiv., i iimj i iinu ii in i"ii-
Jr f a pompous individual, exceedingly
i,acii"is of his dignity. The proprietor
nit immediately to the otiieer and coin-
fflaiiK (1 in no measured terms ot the trcs-
Aiscr. "Why," says the ofliror, "what
'$,l the man dor" "Sir, ho walked into my
iruVn, ami I ordered him out." j'Well,
I linn come.
'c imderslaud that there haveheen some
ijli'it then.' "lhe man relused to go. I
flueatoiicd to set the d"g upon hmi, and ho only, and on the most calm and serene
;H very impudent very, Sir. "Indeed! evenings, usuall) after sunset. Il is said
hat reply did ho maker" "Sir says he to be truly melodious, resembling many
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1 1 1.--1 l l,. ll l 73 III IIIMUII , IIO- II11 U IHI I
harmony is preserved through its various
cadence's, thoiurh no ncculiar notes or iit-
l.rl ile.ughts and words of late, because we :stiinents are imitated. The sound no-
l.ve dared to express our opinions. It is a ,,t,;irs trt J,avc MO ccnruiror limiled bounds
Wr hahit that editors have lallen into, the l,ut seems to be transitory sometimes
Ao world over, of talking about things ju.t appearimr to be in the water then, im
same as if they had a right to. Upon ! mediatc-Iv chammir its nosilion. seems to
king over papers from all quarters, we die transferred to the atmosphere, ap-
It's no rnoi!-h f t r iii;iHc'ilino,
Uut must li,ru loilli hy I'Mimlc. :
It's hup jiinr mux , tli I'.iir il miu! Miiy,
Ami Im mi icodd ,i riii'ht :s tl'cv.
'I'lio' ny;l to t ill. , mid ;u!;c Imiui Iioiiiu,
Woiilil lie ili nicil to ilium by .im'.
It'lc:ip yciirnlwiijx oM'iilows
With inlc-i cil'lovu until it rlosn,
" 1 1 I listen llirouh, snxl civ to Hciv'ii,
'I'li it w i' may have no niou- sm Ii ,riv 'n
Drr.'lsth, . 31a a v.
MA KINK N KU'S.
Vil (strange as it may seem) that they actu-
ly i write upon even political topics, and
(kprcss such opinions as seem to them the
POET OF HOWO&TfLU.
Dec. Haw. Sell. I'aalua, Ltihaina.
" 'JfJ, Haw. Sell. Clarion, J,ahaina.
v M ;J7, P.r. Ih-ig Clenieiitine, Ilhodcs,
tisc rc(piires and what is stranger still the rgy. The length of time that this noe
i!!ic read them, and "crcdat ,Iad:eus" .tumal music continues is various ami ir-
iihcr cane, tar or feather them, or other- regular; sometimes but momentary a-' i;no.s ,rtrilMf , h ot,,( sni,
Uo commit any wordy and bodily injury ipim it will continue for hours, and linger- wic UUm(U lns(i(ul(j nro rt 1(.t(,, to ,(avo
oa tho presuming race, but quietly c(.in- j'ng, Wve the air so sh.wly that it will ' Uvux whU'tw Subsc.iher, at the Store of
.le with or refute the obnoxious paragraphs ig d we II nr t he fancy ; and the Messrs. i.mli! & Co., o.i or before the fust
seems best. As it would be presninptu-
ps for us, a mere tryo, to attempt to change
proaehing and receding Jit intervals, some-'l,rc- -! Maw. Sell. 1ialua, Tihaina.
times (lying away for some minutes and! -l5' ,,:nv- l1" l-uiou, Alaui.
then suddenly reviving with increased ,-,
All persons having in' their possession
sion will last till we are almost led to Ik
lieve that it exists only in imagination ;
hall continue to follow its aml wcrc il not supported by the most, un-
lasliiou, wo s
nt, however fierce the war of words may
ov. It others tinier Jroin us, the paper is
rn to their arguments; but until they
rulescend to enlighten tho world with
bething more convincing than mere va-
ring assertions, wo shall bo necessitated
present our own.
la matters of taste wo endeavor by tho
riety wo present to please all our readers;
Vt it is impossible to do this, on every oc-
pioa, any one upon a moment's reflection
In see. Our columns arc not largo enough
admit of the necessary variety; besides
itory, extract or argument might bo very
iccplablo to some, but not pleasing to oth-
vfc. In consequence from week to week wo
1v endeavored to vary the subjects as
i:li as possible, ami to give all parties a
doubted testimony, it would be dillieult
to give credit to such a seeming phanta
sy. ut that such music is heard there,
is beyond a doubt. It is attributed to va
rious causes ; but the one most generally
accredited, by the superstitious of tho
neighborhood, is couched in fiction, and
linked with the tradition of the JUilaxi In
dians. Leaving out of view the poetry of the
foregoing legend, (remarks the South
Western Journal,) where, we ask, on the
page of history, can be found a more
thrilling tale than that of the extinction of
the Buluxies, allowing (he truth of the
tradition? The self-devotion of Poland
is beggared by the noble sacrifice of an
entire tribe marching in solemn array
'from a beleagured fortilication to its tomb
and that tomb the ocean ! There is a
sublimity in the deed that, exalts the In
dian character, and allies it to the vaunt
ed, yet perhaps fabulous, self-sacrifice of
Curtius, who saved Home from an earth
quake, by leaping into the chasm. The
vjdeed of the liulaxies, if .true, was one of
l. t . i. .. i : i . i . !
ti, ci .i i ! "oiii,ii;i; in me coin paramo uuu uess 01
lAn cihtioti of eleven thousand copies of ' . . , , , . t
t . n ii,. i iikiihiii.hu iiiiiuii.-. i inov iuom'u lo
ve new Constitution and Laws have been : i. .i 1 . i ,i I.. e
,, i . .i ,. . n . , . m.iiiis me i;uiu, uir saw nuiiiaii minis
fluted at tho Mission Press m this town. '1:1... .1 i . . . . .
1 , . . iiiu nivu nll , .1 uiv iwiiui 11 M ilUillU,
have been promised a translation tor jt t(, ,s Wlsllf ,
r columns. . ' . ...... .. .. 1
yet lar more Kind 111 its cruelty than
their fellow men.
They raised a Nation's Death Song,
and marched into their Ocean (J rave!
Jtt saiicon'n HesUi i'j;.
'"ring, aiming more at utility than mere
lA subscription has been opened to make
t jiirnago road over the kalo patches to Nuu
tiu valley, and several hundred dollars are
KI I.N.S AMI Tit l)JTIfS
;; On t,c eastern shore of Pascagoula bay
V iackson county, Mississippi, near its
r "Uli, are the ruins of an ancient fortili-
,0n , built apparently many centuries,
0 It appears to have been construct
C chiellv rf comvIw,ii f:i.:.. .
i iiiiiu imi in-
Some lines of doggerel have been sent us
upon an old subject, of which wo give tho fol-
1 several feet below the surface, have . lowing; as an example. Enough wo hope to
t 'n found charred coals, and fragments satisfy both the vanity of tho writer, ami the
c i peculiar kind of earthen ware, to- ;curisity of tho public. It is really amusing
tfllier with matlV linninn lioilies. A nino.i" to seo what u sensation those "utv :iik.ii.
411 1 Were licw,, kfwl in,vk. 1' ...... v iiimic iurii,iHL' " .......,!..... I.... ...
im...-,, nil! II idling , ll.li: 10
undergo a complete inquisition upon tho sub
ject, as regularly as thoy make their appear
ance. I ho various criticisms arc particu
larly edifying. One says, "capital that,"
another, "what a disgrace to tin; paper."
How strange our readers will have diHerent
tasted ! what do they for it gives us a
Y'"1 were discovered parts of a human j
f "leton of gigantic proportions. Tlio ju
i 1 mill 111 in ci.'iin ii",.. li.mi 11. oni
a I - IIIIIU H 11,1 niivi ,F ltJ n.ii
IClltlv -xr.m Ot l....l.. I
j ""riv . 01 in juuseiy over me iar
st modern heads.
All IlKtorio'il .w., Tilw. T il .! .
, ... m uiuLfl 01 1 in; initio 111 mis
'Jt'lress hoin l.,.,,r .ll.... ...I MM
ji. .ii..i''L .mu. iiieiu
ever, a tradition still extant amongst
day ot rebiuarv, It! tl.
, , , M. CALKIN, Uhmrian.
Honolulu, hie. 2!), tSKI. ,v.
For Visgpainino v TnSaiti.
The Uark DON (UUXOTK, J.
EJPatv, blaster, will sail for the above
Ports soon (alter making one trip to tho
Windward Islands) for freight or passage
please apply to IIKNKV PATV & Co.
November 10, 1(5 10. tf.
Si J'he premises in Ilon-
'& "il W owned and
B SI 1 JL "ccupied by Capt. Jou.v
'is&JJjM Domims. This desirable
property is centrally and pleasantly situa
ted has an entrance from two dillereut
streets a small garden, under good cul
tivation good buildings, Ac, and DO
years' unexpired lease of the laud. Will
be sold at a low price, and on a long
credit if applied for soon.
For further particulars apply to
PI11UCK A miKWKIl.
Doe. i:j, is lo. :n
Tiik Anniwi, Mi-KTiNfj of the Subscri
bers to the ()nr Cihuitv Sciiooi,, will
take place on Wednesday, the (Jth Jan.
ISH, at the House of Messors. Ilungtai,
at 1 P. M. to pass the Treasurer's Ac
count, lor. the past year, the Election of
OHicers for the ensuing year, and other
necessary business. Also, to take into
consideration the propriety of establishing
a Social Library.
It is to be hoped that the patrons and
friends of the Institution will be punctual
in their attendance.
Py order of the Committee,
ir.o. Pku.y, Hon')' See'v.
Honolulu, Dee. IS 10. w
K. a II. (illlMKS,
Have 011 hand ami for sale on reasonable
Umiiik, an ;isM.rti;i..nl of liu Ji.h, Anici i. a.i. iijul CU,m
lioi.ils. Anion- win. Inn.) y lu.fiMiiuhi,,: i,,,Hjn,r v Jx
nrown, Pine, White Cotton and Linen"
Dnik r.((ll ii.jw:, iJiirK niuca.Hiui.iu. i.j,,,,,
ami nit,.,, I.h.,.!. M.ln , ,,,,.. (,( M
em ;ilo- ,l:ilm,,i wnltlwHiMlijimiiii,.. .Niiktiimm
Lnslkh and I rtmh ljjntb. 3t-s un,j Women' Cot I
ton 1 losici V. India 1,'iiMmt, S.ilin, nntl Cotton Sns
pvnilrif. Marking Ink, Cult It itiainls, Ccil tic kins.
Sailor Stili'us. Clack Mats. Men mid woim-iTu ."lior.s.
C104.111-1, and e.iU' in Coots mid I'iniips. Wliilo
Hiirif, s itli liurn and uras c loth lioisoms. I'uttit oat
Colics. Kcaily .M.ulu 'lolliin:, Cotton, .Nankin, fce.
Tn.-.-uls. CniinuiM. Hair Crulius. Torioi.o Sliull
)iu Coinlis. Wick Yam. Sfuotch I'laid. I'rentli
M 1 1 1 i 1 1 Prints.
Light 1?luo Cottons Souchong, Hyson,
and I'oik lionu' Teas Sm intf tilk. Cluu and S 'idlow
N oikins. liito (Jrii. Cloth, ('oloo-d and Cl.uk
Silk lldkf.i. (ira!M Cloth Clot hint. Mti.-lin.
IIAKDWA It P..
Shovels. Spades. Knives and Vorks.
I.ok Knivus. ScisH.rs. Pins. Muuillud. (iiinlilclf.
Padlocks. Cutrliur Knhcf. Hut Pins. Spiin Hnl
iiiirus. Iron and Crass Scivus. Iron Colleu .Mills.
IVrciission Cap. Crai-us mid Citts. ,ad Irons. Cnck
Saws. .Nails, as.oi led. Sluulvards. Sheet Iron. I'rv
Pins. Sauco Pans. Wrought and Cast Iron Tea
Kittle. P.iku Pans. Tun Trays. Jew's Harps.
I, 1,01s. Ilalclicts. Wood Axes. Spnku fliavus.
AiImw. 1 f Locks. I,:i1h!4. Chest Locks. Sail
.Needles, fishhooks. I lints. Looking (ilasses. Iis
t(d.. oyliiu Pieces. 1 Killu. Iron Itivutn. Crass
.Nails. I it 1 1 Locks. Screw and Pod Anger, f 11111
ter's Scales Powder. Shot. (Inn Locks. (Jloho
Lan'enis. C'ollee I'oasfrrs. Tin Pot. Tin Pans.
Harness dickies, assorted. Currycombs. Uut Traps.
Tin SoiipTuiceiis. Piles, assorted.
STATION L It V.
Memorandum Hooks. Cargo Books.
Letter Paper. Culed and plain CanPaer. Quills
Wafers. Clue, Chick and Ued Ink. Steel Tens.
Shipping Papers, and Commercial Clanks
1. I'M nr. 11.
Cedar Logs. Cedar .Hoards. American
Pine Sl-indes. Koa Co uds, Plank and Shingleti. N.
W. Wafers, and Ameiiean Pine Kaflers.
SI NO Rlt'S.
Olive Oil. Olives. Mustard. Spanish,
Manila and .Macao Cigars (iround Sage. SnulK
Tobacco. S!oii-;htoiis l.lixir. Lemon Svrun. Nut
megs. Allspice Clack Pepper. Cox Kaisins. Ls
sence of Spruce and Peppermint. Cinnamon. (Jr.
longer. Flour, ''aliforiua Ccef. Pcans and Peas.
Cul Tiiuihhrs. Mienioni. Vermicilla. California,
Ainerieaii laigli-h So , p. Lucifer Matches. Capers.
Ale. Old Port and Sherry. Cordage. Pails.. Click
els. Co ir.a; .ind Fine Conihs. China Pipes. Ceads.
Figs. Loenges. Molasses. Stone Jars. 'Violins.
Fine Heavy Clankets. Ship's Windlass. Jewelry.
1 Hemp C i!i!e. Pitch. toin. Arrowroot. Cut
lasses. Soup 1 .11 dies. Critlania Ted and Tuldo
Spoons. W l ite, (oeen mid Ked Flannel. Ccd and
Clue I w illed Wool Shirts. Mat Hags dooms.
Walking Canes. Axe Handles. Lavender Water.
Shaving Crushes Handspikes. Hour mid Second
t.'lisi-cs. Jih Hanks. 1 China Cureau. 2 Chain Ca
bles 2 Anchors. Filberts Almonds Prunes. Mus
cat Wine. Mace. Cice. Fancy Chairs, it attnn Hot
l'.'.1"'4.'. ,'iir,'rs. Steel hoes; American Pork; Shoo
Clicking; Lnghsh Duck; Fishing Lines; Sewing
I wine; Nu'nieg (Jraters: Spirits Turpentine; Clack
Paint ; (Cayenne Pepper; Kaor Straps; Pencil Capes;
Pea Jackets; (iround Verdigris; Indian Meal; Claret
W me; Cast Steel Punches; 1 Cook Stove.
All persons indebted to the estate of
JOHN WILLIAMS, late of Waimca,
Kauai, deceased, are requested to make
immediate payment; and all persons who
have claims upon the estate of said Wil
liams, are likewise requested to present
the same for adjustment at this place.
SAMUKL WIIITNKV, litre.
Wnimen, Kauai, Nov. G, 1840. 6w.
"1 0,1)00 Coral sToTu
f() Piles Lime Stone,
100 Cords Wood,
100 bids. Salt,
2,000 lbs. Arrow Root,
50 Hbls. lienns,
20 " Corn,
For Sale by LAI) I) & Co.
LilDB & Co.
Nave for sale.
100 Tons Surnr,
20,000 Calls. Molasses,
2,000 Do. Svrup,
O'O Pr. Ox Hows,
I ('use Hiding Saddles,
1 do Paint Urushcs,
Casks Tin Ware ass'd,
( Kejrs Cooj)cr,s Kivcls,
2 Tons Steel, nssd,
15 ('onkiuo; Stoves,
11 ('oils Letid Pipe,
2 Tons Zine,
h'OO lbs. Urnss Kettles,
15 Half bids. Coal Tar,
20 Chnl. Coal,
100 Coils Cordage,
200 lbs Sewing Twine,
20 Polls Canvass,
00 KeS Paint, ass'd, -I
("nse Oerman Tumblers,
10 Kojrs Tobacco,
Honolulu, Juno fi, in 10. tf.
1IA KICKS VROM CANTOJV.
CJood pef)ile all walk in and buy,
Of Sam & Mow, good cake and pie:
llread haul or soft, fnr land or sea,
Celestial" made; come buy of wu.
June 15. tf