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s JSlA J, J. JAltVES, Editor. SATUE2DAY, fcEFTEItlEER IS. tlt. A S K.KTC II. BY ELIZA COOK. The summer sun is stealing fast away, And merry children join in noisy mirth, Laughing nnd leaping in the golden ray., 1 lie wildest anil the gayest things ol earth. Fair forms arc hounding rapidly ahont, Light us the uury imps in sylvan ring, 1 r nu" in ! ft1!' 1 ,';pi V'.'IW .TV l rmil.il t . r ' .i i irtqi cniiy, ni,fl fiI rosary never U It I im. : it will doubtless be hoard with 'i-v tl a! ntiv duty on lie f.rh taken l.v the rcorle On the 4 tli hf December n limit ilvo .Vh..-.'- ! mc-i-. I ..i,.;, i. f ,-,',;;. V. e t ;. .,, . .? .... ...... x , I nd-j L-overrnent to secure tho 1 U . t r t y and tell-; s'.fl! bo a.-. folVws for one full Mar his nim the ; triotis i;iTcrc sts of the t erreculed Catholics ' own ii.i shall be Ja!-oM lor the tenants in the evening, he ceased to speak, ministered to-him, and applied to ! indulgence of a good death, 'indulgence ' in those sens. The f,i:atc 1 ArJemiso, ! of his own pr-.rtieuhr hnd.otul notice shall cie la Doiiiie mort.J Jic seemed to un-j captain La -.lace, arrived at Vc'-.hu, Ju!v bo givon .f t!.e .-;kc. so that the landlord derstand the words which I fiom time to; 0, 1939. with ordeis to enforce the ace op- ! who l.iys n d':ty o.i the fi.,!i of tho people mnutwn in mm. ins imtifis w'.-ro ! tanee oi the e. own;:: concitjors : nvav te Known. joined, Ins visage calm ni;d serene ; his 1. That tho Caoiic vorl::p shall ho! U any of the landlords lay a protective hps were repenting -doubt lors, some of declared free -throughout all ihe fSmiu- taboo oil their fish, when tlio nrocr lih- '" ! ' I i i . - . . . .. . . ... ! Drowning the blackbird's son" with their1 ' iJors umcn ne l:H I so niton pug-lions ol tee kmirol ti.e fcnntlwie.i t'i ds ; rv .enron arrives all the people may take wild shout, (gesRu io i.ic (tying. 1 liegnn to rcei'e 1fi;:t tfie nu n.heis of tl at vengicn ? hr.il ei fish, and win t nc fih are collected, they And chasing down the moth with azure . over n'm tho prayers for ' the dying, and joy all the 'privihges emitted toTrotestant?. ! vhnll he divided o:io third to the fisher wings. ' jtwo hours after midni-ht I received his j 2. That ground sf nll he given hy the ' ir.cn, and two thirds to the landlord. If Inst ' 'W. . .1. !...! . I . I . . . . IT II '. .1 -II .. But there is one in quirt lonely mood i " ir:' ,,M,';s' ! xnxvi "' ?,i uonomm. a on irequeni-ir.eio is a canoe inn, one mini part shall Taking a shadowy path, apart from' all i,,:e orcan.anl 1 .greatly feared that he ; ed hy the French, for the erection of a j bHor to the fishermen, nnd two thirds to Choosing the mossy margin where the th.od wou,(I ,)G cast totlie mercy ol the waves , Lntliohe chnrclii jthe ...diord. If the landlord seize all the Leads to the loud tmd dashing watcifail. inn nc spared, and ( iglit davs alter- 1 hat all the C.ithol.es impi irorscd on l:,i nut! have r.onc; for tlio f:shcrn;c, tho the same as that of the land- ' a duty on the fish of the Slow, lingcring-now to gac upon the tide.,1 "1 that is'.n he" ",:th f )' ! "if rc ii-ion. since the .,msc- punishment is And watch the swelling ripples ghdinghy; 'S.3t we arrived at Acnsmn. 'I he ctdion crmmerred n-a.nst the r rench lords who lay Now bendin" o'er tho brooklet's shelv in" "(xt "a.v A '"'rred the first apostle of missionaries, ?h:.ll ue mnneihately restored' pt o; lc. side, With stiller breathing and a closer eye. He muses with a long and earnest glance, looting the things his playmates never heed; 'ausing to see the water lilies dance To the soft music of the wave-splashed reed. He wonders none beside himself can find Something to wonder at in woods and streams, . And knows not that his fresh, untutored mind, Is dreaming busily the poet s dreams. He feels the immortal light of spirit live Within his breast but knows not that in years To come that warm and flashing ray will give The brightest rainbow through the bitter est tears. Life's sand's run on, the wayward child is now All that foreboding tongues erst prophesied; Reflection's cloud has darkened on the brow, And all youth promised, I ime has not denied. The cheeks have less of roundness and of red, The grey eye has become more soltly deep; The lips are thinner, but the spirit shed . Around them tells that leeling does not sleep. And still he takes the lonely way, and still He saunters idly, seeming to love best That which he loved of old the wimpling rill And the thick wood that holds the owlet's nest. Yet does he lean against the straggling tree, When Summer flings her blossoms at his feet ; And still he thinks the whirring of the bee And distant tinkling shcepbcll music sweet. Yet doe he wander on a starry night, When crystal dew gems glitter on Ihe snd; Still will he hld upon the mountain heigh Close questioning with Mature and its uod. What is he? Hark! the busy voice of Fame Sounds 'neath the household roof from heart to heart, And heralds foith his glory and his name, In notes whose echoes never shall depart. What is he Ask it of his own proud breast, That glows amid cold poverty and wrong; His lyre shall tell theehe is bright and blest, Tha worshipped and the poora child of song. Oceaniea, in a little island of the Asccn- to lihertv. If, however, them U nnv plantation sion group, called Naho. Two unbap-j A. Tha t the hini of iheso isla; els shall havir.p; fishing pounds l-clongmg to if, tised Sandwich Islanders and two Tahi- give security for hi future conduct; v.e. . ,b i-o reef, the sea I ein:r (hep, it shall tians carried the corpse ; the grave was The king, alter Laving deliberated w Mi slill he proper for the landlord to Jay a ta dug by natives, and I was the only one to his chiefs, submitted to nil the conditions boo on one sj ecies of fish for himself, pray for . him I engaged the king, or ; imposed upon him. A solemn mass was but one specie s only. If the parrot fish, chief, of that settlement to bVihl me a ; innm clinic Iv performed, to consconip the then the parrot fish only; but if some cabin near the tomb where I had placed j new era which opened itself to the Cath- other fi;h, then that only and not the par the mortal remains of the friend who was ,olics. The priests, who were on board rot fish. There are tho enactments ros so dear to me. lie commenced the work, and in a few days J, was able to take pos session of it. On St. Nod's day, I had the happiness of saying mass in a land where that holy sacrifice had never before been offered. As there is no relation between the lan guage' of Gambier and that of Ascension, it was a long time before I could under stand those who came to see me in my solitude. Yet, by attention. and study, I became able to guess out a part of what they said to me, and to stammer some the Artemise, forthwith cotmncnccd the rctii g the fire fifrhii-jj rrcunds, and res- exercise of their functions. pcctijig.thc taking offish. iS.Kceperting the taboo'd fishing grounds j Those fishing grounds which are known jby the people to have shoals of fish rc jnuiining upon them, shall at the proper season for fishing be placed under the proa ctive taboo of the tax ollicers. for the king. The'fishing grounds on Oahu thus them of the creation of the world, the unity of God, the immortality of the soul, the punishments and rewards of the life Trunelaled fiont the Fiench CONTINUANCE OP PERSECUTION'S AT THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. Continued from paje 55. "Sometimes he thought himself in the presence of his persecutes, and address ed to them the most terrible truths, At other times he conversed with his dear iwophytci, or his brethren. He prayed ' kinds, hut not for o'liers. ' Rut if that s; e- ennoes. but not fo small n cptnn'ilv as to ia eirs of fish which the landlord si he's as fill one earoc onlv. . Hut if the hM-ormon A his own peisoial portion, should vo on to jo and borrow a hr:e canoe, that all the For tho r'f)!ync f:tn. Trims! ilod fi oni tl.c Hawaiian. iLcin:i of t'jc JXjjutfan Sklsrajs. Continued from pniro -16 8. Of free and prohibited Fishing Grounds. I. Office fishins erotnyhv His majesty the king hereby takes flic protected, are f, Kalia, 2. Koehi. 3 Ka- fishing grounds from; those who now pos- papa, 4, Mnlneakuli, 5, Ilahihi. On Mo sess them, from Hawaii to Kauai, and lokai, as follows: 1 , Punahm, 2. Ooia, 3, words before them. I have spoken to . p , another portion to the landlords, koolua, 7, Waiokawa, 8, Heleiki. On and a portion he reserves to himself. I Lanai the Ijonita and ihe Parrot fish. On These are the fishing grounds which his Maui, the Kuliku of Ilonuaula and other IT1S1 IPSf ! llll' l,ilir t'll.f'Q niirl niirs tn tin to come the fall of man, and the mcarna-! f ,e . l0 rM proundg vvithout u, Qn U(iWn. Q Mw Uon. How much good may be done in rnra, ret,f viz tho Ki,((h(1(! L t,,fl Qn K;n,;li lho Mint of Jf , that. slant! Doubtless, the cross -will not Luhee ground, the Mahdo ground, to,eth- ehola, Kahili and Ha. alei. and the nnid be planted there without sulTering ; for cr wilh ,IC frrnII hvyon(l . nfl(, frrfsh VVfI),r is!, of M.M 1 the islanders are strongly attached to their j Cut ,I:e flalli Jro,lll(, ffPn ,p0 rnrn noM, s,1oril f sl nf XjiIi;(ti , superstitious, and very corrupt, but they rctfs 1o lU, Ma ' )Cac,;nn. for laud- ,ient si oal fih fu n, linw.ii , Xhim if have not yet abused grace The king n,ri .,n,i f(. ,n, flfB lf ,n, ;,. CI m. i : ,m; ,v m ' ' , i i r it c i ' ' ,i, ruiiivivui ,u,iimi. n jjn i'.oo uiorn I. no n ii'nl'c hnjli lull il nAfti nnci i r nm .... . . K . . . ' 1 ,1' Hits um'iijs in "i wotmv.-'a i iik , ; f)(S, I III t ll()t 0" O1 1 the queen has shown me the same km ncss ; they supplied me with oo forsr .1 1 .... I . T I . . en ........ ( i .uh.,! V."H 'J . l'-"d- which, are -ive... to t! e eo;-..- f,-!, m.iv be put into ,.,;f ,hen theie si all i , fV v...v . - . Dion pe ople, then ti:nt s ec;t s ol h.)t ;,ed b-e n dmv upon them ' near midnight, an.d the vesst I sails tomor- th,t on!y is la!jo0; ,f tl;( srj!li;, ;( ,,.. Q() Jl!)()V(, (,,1;(itiort; ,hcrc , roxv morning lean only say that I have sqtli(, UI;y . or jf som; o!)i( r ,;,)(.it,; (r ,ovl,,llM,!t (!lltv n .H tni;(,tlt bu.lt a little luneral chapt mer the irrave iUK ,, ot,,v ., ol (. H;nilIi A(f, fish ()f Tft ,.v (- of M. Lachelot. July S0, le.8; I hdt tms if ,,, jK il( f,,iU, s ., m(,r pV n , ln!( r,lvt, f;j,If((, 0 f". f . Ascension, and on the I Oil. of November islands ; if the srp.hl. that o Iv ; and if in Tor his ' map st v tho Ki.eM.,.,1 wj en tl,e arrived at Gambier, where everything smoother place it bo another fish, then proper time for tnki.." "tl frh arrive continues to go on according to our wish- iat OIlly ;Ul(, i0t ,,u, ;jI(Ml t,1(. fMl (( (fivi(( I jM cs' i ' ' - n".v fle pooj le false the fis!i which niaut:er as tho-'o which are under the mo- After so many afflicting details concern-. lIu; l,luor(i laiMIOS for limsi if, t,j8 j, ,)(. lC(.iivo t;iIjno nf ,,10 (IIrMl!, J ing Christianity at the bandwich Islands, IlCna,yt jor llvo y(.ars pi() nol fiS, nt If ,p0 QX nrr . . f , M M. Alexis BacheLt was aged 41 vcaw; I"" on 51".v fishing groutjd. And the sev-fis!ieirncn, and h ave rone for those who bom at St Cyr, near Belesme, (Orne) Fel)-;Oial landlords shall give immediate notice ; tnke them, then he shall inv a fine of ten ruary l-2. nno, he was named apostMNc pre-i respecimg said lisiierman, that the land-; dollars, and sjiall have nothin feet ot the hanilwicli Islands in. luW, ami left for Oceanica about the close of I3J Here is the eulogy which my my lord of Ni h polis pronounces upon him, in a letter in which he feelingly deplores his death. " The mission in Oceanica' has lest much in the denth of its founder His application to his missionary duties, his zeal for the service of God, made him a man truly apostolic; the intrepidity with which he always faced dan gers when laboring for the salvation of souls, his activity and his prudence, the facility with which he spoke nnd wrote the language of his neophytes, made him formidable to his adversaries. They can claim the credit of causing his death; but I hope that even his death will be profitable to the mission." more to I I . . . . i r i ! . . . ioius may proieci uieir i;sning gro-iiuis, ; say respecting the inynl tnxrs. Hut if lest he go and take fish on other grounds, j the order for seixiuu' all the fi.-h of -tho li-inere ie a varieiy ol iisli on the i lishennen was from ihe govei nor. then he ground where the landlord taboos his par ticular fish, then the tenants of his own land may take them, but not the tenants of other lands, lest they take rdso the fbh tabooed by the landlord. Tho people shall give to the landlord one third of the fish thus taken. Furthermore, there shall no duty whatever be laid on the fih taken by the people on grounds given lo them, nor shall any canoe be taxed or ta boo'd. If a landlord having fishing grounds lay hall no longer be governor, thou -ji hernav hold his own land?, and ihe tax oflice'r shall not be turned out of otTice At tho proper time the tn ofi-ccr may lay a pro tective taboo on all the Mug's fit-h, ard lho lardhrds, all nrotind the island, i li not proper that the f.fficer should lay the, taboo for a long lime. The bes,t course is for the officer to pive previous notice to the fishermen, and then the corn, mon people and the landlords to fish on the same day. Thus the rights of all vvij be protected.