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Tor (lie Polynesian.
"ONE EVENT HAPfENETH TO ALL."
And what is this which all endure,
The young, and fair, and brave?
What shall the-noble and tho pure
Shore as the vilrst slave?
Joy does not beam in every eye
And fill each bounding thought
All hearts are not condemned to sigh
With wretched feelings fraught
Some souls there are, celestial pure,
Kich, polished and refined,
Just fitted for a heavenly sphere,
To grace a world of mind;
And ome, across whose dark'ning waste
No flow'rs of beauty spring,
But deadly plants, in decp'ning shades
" Blackness of darkness " fling.
Yet low shall rest, by fate subdued;
In undistinguished state,
Whose patient virtues stamped him good
Or crimes have styled Wm greiil-
Time-honor'd brows must'meet trie shock,
And the form of youthful' grace,
The event shall the firmest soul unlock
And the gentlest heart embrace.
Alike unnerv'd the hand of power
Which grasped the sword of wrath,
And her's whose unobtrusive love,
Shed flowers on life's lone path:
Yes death shall chill' each bounding
And veil each-speaking eye;
The seal of silence firmly set?
On the lips of harmony.
Either in earth's entombing breast
Or in some sea-washed cave,
Dust o'er each quiet head will rest,
Or surging waters lave
But weep not for the widowed clny,
Think if the heart be pure,
It recks not whore thefcosA-e lay
If but the gem 'a secure.
HENRY PATY & CO., have just
received per Ship Mohka, from New
York, a largo variety of New and Fash
ionable Staple anil Taney Goods (selected
expressly for this market, by a Lady long
resident bere), among which may be
Plain, Figured Colored, and Flor
ence Silk Pink, Stamped and other
Satins French Crape lllaek Bomba
zine Figured and Satin-Stripe Shally
Paradise Motisline Do Lainc Plaid
Swiss Muslin IJlack Satin and other
Vesting, super quality 5-1 Silk Star
Blond 5-4 Silk Black Square Net
Fancy Prints Thibet M. Do Lnine,
Silk and Large Net Shawls Silk, Me
rino, Shally, Pic-nic, Gauze and Lou
sinc Scarfs French Muslin, and Lace
Wrought Collars and Capes Ladies
Open Work Lisle Hose Blond Quill
ing Black Blond FootingGreen Lace
Veils 1-4 Lensrth Kid and White Mo
hair Gloves Linen-Cambric Haudkfs
Ladies Cravats Lisle Edging1 Blk
Neck Tics French CuftVHend Bands
Victoria Robes Bonnet Fronts and
Crowns Taffeta, Gauze, Sutin, Silk,
Garniture, Can, Belt, Plain, Figured,
and Velvet Hibbons, splendid assort
ment Stay Tapes and Lacets Stay
Backs Steel Busks Black Silk Frogs
Super White jptw Cotton Hem
ming's Needles Scissors, assorted
Silver Thimbles Strawberry Emeries
Inlaid Shell Card Cases Fancy Al
mond, Peach and other Soaps Black
-ilk Braids Piping Cord Linen Floss
(3 dozen Pasteboards White Wax
Children's Red and White Worsted
Socks Saddle Cloths German Cologne-Cap
Combs German Silver Ta
ble, Tea and Salt Spoons and Butter
Knives Hair Cloth Seating, 18, 20
and 22 inch, etc. ete.
Honolulu, March 1st, 1811.
Persons having unsettled accounts
with Dr. T. C. B. ROOKE, are re
quested to call and arrange the
same at his residence, (formerly the
Oahu Billiard Room,) where he will
attend professionally, daily, from
ten o'clock till four.
Honolulu, Feb. 27, 1841. 3w
Jiave Jor sale,
25 boxes Souchong Tea.
20 boxes Hyson Tea.
10 boxes Hyson Skin.
15 doz. Raspberry Wine.
12 " Stoughton's Elixcr.
10 " Lemon Syrup.
200 Ohia Rafters.
5 M. ft. Koa Lumber
2a M. Koa Shingles.
BAKERS FROAI CAJVTOJV.
Good people all walk in and buy,
Of Sam &, Mow, good cake and j)ic
Bread hard or soft, for land or sea,
"Celestial" made; come buy of we.
June 15 tf
LADD & Co.
Have for Sale,
30 Bales Brown Cotton,
10 Cases Prints,
1 Do Grass Cloth,
50 Boxes Hyson Tea,
40 " Hyson Skin, "
200 " Cono Souchong Tea.
J!, & H. GRIMES,
Have on hand and for sale on reason
able terms, an assortment of English,
American, and China Goods, among which
may be found the following, viz.
Brown, Blue, White, Cotton and Lin
en Drills. Cotton Hdkfe. Black, Blue,
and White Linen and Cotton Thread.
Bleached and unbleached American Cot
tons, different widths and qualities. A
merican, English and French Prints.
Men's and Women's Cotton Hosiery.
India Rubber, Satin, and Cotton Suspend
ers. Marking Ink, Belt Ribands, Bed
ticking, Sailor Stripes, Black Hats, Mcsn'
and Women's Shoes, Brogans, and Calf
skin Boots and Pumps. White Shirts1,
with linen and grass cloth bosoms. Pet
ticoat Robes, Ready made Clothing, Cot
ton, Nankin, ttc, Tassels, Bonnets,
Hair Brushes, Tortoise Shell Dress Combs.
Wick Yarn, Scotch Plaids, French Mus
Light Blue Cottons. Souchong, Hy
son, and Pouchong Teas, Sewing Silk,
Blue and Yellow Nankins, White Grass
Cloth, Colored and Black Silk Hdkfs,
Grass Cloth Clothing, Muslin.
Shovels, Spades', Knives and Forks,
Jack Knives, Scissors, Pins, Needles,
Gimblets, Padlocks, Butcher Knives, Hat
Pins, Spring Balances, Iron and Brass
Seives, Iron Coffee Mills, Percussion
Caps, Braces and Bitts, Sad Irons, Back
Saws, Nails, assorted, Steelyards, Sheet
Iron, Frv Pans, Sauce Pans, Wrought and
Cast Iron Tea Kettles, Bake Pans, Tea
Trays, Jew's Harps, Razors, Hatchets,
Wood Axes, Spoke Shaves, Adzes, Door
Locks. Latches. Chest Locks, Sail Nee
dles, Fish Hooks, Flints, Looking Glass
cs, Pistols, Fowling Pieces, 1 Rifle, Iron
Rivets. Brass Nails, Rim Locks, Screw
and Pod Augurs, Gunter's Scales, Pow
der, Shot, Gun Locks, Globe Lanterns,
Coffee Roasters; Tin Pots, Tin Pans,
Harness Buckles, assorted, Currycombs,
Rat Traps, Tin Soup Tureens, Files, as
Memorandum Books, Cargo Books,
Letter Paper, Ruled and plain Cap Paper,
Quills, Wafers, Blue, Black and Red Ink,
Steel Pens, Shipping Papers, and Com
I, U M n E R .
Cedar Logs, Cedar Boards, America!.
Pine Shinctes, Koa Boards, Plank and
Shingles, N. W. Rafters, and American
Olive Oil, Olives, Mustard, Spanish,
Manila and Macao Cigars, Ground Sage,
Snuff, Tobacco, Stoughton's Elixir, Lem
on Syrup, Nutmegs, Allspice, Black Pep
per, Box Raisins, Essence of Spruce and
Peppermint, Cinnamon, Ground Ginger,
Flour, California Beef, Beans and Peas,
Cut Tumblers, Macaroni, Vermicilla, Cal
ifornia, American and English Soap, Lu
cifer Matches, Capers, Ale, Old Port and
Shcrrv, Cordage, Pails, Buckets, Coarse
and Fine Combs, China Pipes, Beads, Figs,
Lozenges, Molasses, Stone Jars, Violins,
Fine Heavy Blankets, Ship's Windlass,
Jewelry, 1 hemp Cable, Pitch, Rosin, Ar
row Root, Cutlasses, Soup Ladles, Bnt
tannia Tea and Table Spoons, White,
Green and Red Flannel, Red and Blue
Twilled Wool Shirts, Mat Bags, Brooms,
Walking Canes, Axe Handles, Lavender
Water, Shaving Brushes, Handspikes,
Hour and Second Glasses, Jib Hanks,
1 China Bureau, 2 Cham Cables, 2 An
chors, Filberts, Almonds, Prunes, Muscat
Wine, Mace, Rice, fancy Chairs, Rattan
Bottoms, Capers, Steel Sloes, American
Pork, Shoe Blacking, English Duck, Fish
ing Lines, Sewing Twine, Nutmeg Gra
ters, Spirits Turpentine, Black Paint,
Cayenne Pepper, .Razor Straps, Pencil
Cases, Pea Jackets, Ground Verdigris,
Indian Meal, Claret Wine, Cast Steel
Punches, I Cook Stove.
B. Pitman & Son,
Have for sale on reasonable terms, viz.,
English and American Prints. Ginghams.
Printed Muslins. White, Brown and Blue
Cotton Drill. White and Brown Linen
Drill. Bleached and Unhleaehed Cottons.
Cambric, plane and Figured. Swiss Mus
lin. J.ace lodgings, lnscrtings. Fancy
Gauze Hdkfs. and Scarfs. White Veils.
Garniture. Silk. Satin. Velvet and Belt
Ribbons. Wound Wire. Furniture Chints.
Hamilton Stripes. Bonnet W rent ha nrJ
Flowers. Ladies and Gentlemen's Hosiery.
Gloves. Satin Nck Stocks. Nankeens'
1'ongoe Colored Hdkfs. Grass Cloth. Cot
ton Hdkfs. Needles. Pins. Spool Cot
ton. Thread. Buttons. Suspenders. Ready
Made Clothing. Wickyarn, Stc., Sic.
Molasses. Sugar. Lamp Oil. Tea
Flour. Meal. Dried Apples. Raisins!
Citron. Prunes. Tamarinds. Pickles
Vinegar. Nutmegs. Mace. Allspice. Cin'.
namon. Cloves. Ginger. Sage. Pepper
Mustard. Honey. Tobacco. Cigars. Pipes
SnurT. Soap. Sallad Oil. Olives Lem
on Syrup. Porter. Pale Ale. Stoughton's
Eh.vir. AVines, &c.
Boots uiul Shoes. VHiii, It.L
Blacking. Arrow Root. Epsom $
Bench Planes. Biace and Bitts. rC'.
Fish Hooks. Combs. Sauce and F t
Iron Squares. Screws. Nails. A u
dies. Axes. Adzes. Hatchets. H'J
raper. wmnK .books, niuiia. Corks
nnornllw nit It n nil ft. ntrA . .
Crockery, uiass, nntr mi uare.
Honolulu, Dec. o, 1 &'4$. f
jV The premises in Hot
omiu now owned J
IME. 1 "TU JohJ
ll"; to umiiij uuu 'itu;anuy situaJ
ted has an entrance from two diflcrer
streets a small garden, under good
tivation good buildings, fcc, and w
years' unexpired lease of the land, ty.
be sold at a low price, and on a lo
credit if applied for soon.
For further particulars apply to
PEIRCE & BREWER.
Dec. 23, 1840. tf
FRESH CORN MEA1
By the Barrel, or less quantity, con
stantly on hand and for sale by
E. & H. GRIMES.
Jan. 18. tf.
PEIRCE & BREWER
Honolulu, Ilnnd of Onbn,
HAVE Constantly on hand and ftj
sale on liberal terms, Merchandise impor
ted from the United States. Eneland.
Chili, and China, and adapted to tkl
trade ol the
They offer to purchase the productii
of the Sandwich Islands, and of Califw-
nia ; and Bills of Exchange on England
France, Russia and the United States.
LADD & Co.
Have for sale.
100 Tons Sugar,
20,000 Galls. Molasses,
2,000 Do. Svrup,
GO Pr. Ox Bows,
1 Case Riding Saddles,
1 do Paint Brushes,
4 Casks Tin Ware nss'd,
6 Kegs Cooper's Rivets,
2 Tons Steel, nes'd,
15 Cooking Stoves,
M Coils Lead Pipe,
2 Tons Zinc,
600 lbs. Brass Kettles,
15 Half bbls. Coal Tar,
20 dial. Coal,
. 100 Coils Cordape,
200 lbs Sewing Twine,
20 Bolts Canvass,
60 Kegs Paint, nss'd,
1 Case German Tumblers-,-10
Honolulu, June G, 1810. tf.
S JBl L T,
100 barrels of Salt for sale by
B. PITMAN & SON.
Sept. 19. tf.
Terms of the POLYNESIAN. I (
SuBscniPTioN. Eight Dollars r" nnnum.pJ! .(
um in .luvance; nan year, l ive Dollars; n""
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quuro.vi, 25 inr tint tl.no innrtioii, ami 20
lor cac li mirc-ceding insert ion. ,
lerniHof yearly ndtertifinif muJ IriowK onf1'
cation to th editor.