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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 October 1847

i m 4 : ! TrauiUiad fur the PolyaesUa, from the Revue L "Orient. NEW HOLLAND. Australia is at the antipodes of Europe, not on! by its geographical position, but al so in many other respects. Nature presents there a multitude of oddities, which to the eyes of a European seem altogether imagi nary. . Summer reigns in this country during the tijie that winter bears sway with us. The north wind is hot, and the south cold: the west wind is the most unhealthy and the cast, the most salubrious. Before rain, the barometer generally rises, while its fall fore tells fair weather, when the valleys are cold and barren, the tops of the mountains are warm and fertile. The swans they are black, and the eagles are white. There is also found there a spe cies of oviparous moje, . which suckles its young, it has the beak of a duck and bears on its hind leg a poisonous dart.' - Another specious U armed with numerous rows of quills, similar to those of the porcupine. There also is found the Kangaroo, an...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 October 1847

I 'Prietor, irt'tnJ Jabitsl re thij resi r I j our citizens i ne anuor appears to nave f the government irom a dubious source, ements appear to be the order of the day v JtJ- Tbe manaSer f tne " Royal Vic . Theatre" spp1 to be doing a good busi--nd the citizens occupy the intervals with lectures and races. v-, ZeI'sd- The Sydney Chronicle con- . of wi trow ew Zealand to the 5th of June. native of Wanganui had murdered the 1 tni three children of Mr. Gilfillan, he escaping with" severe wounds. Four Bit'5 concernea in ine murder bad been .bended and executed under martial law. - fjth, a boy, was sentenced to transportation lb The natires, headed by Ranshaeata, .riD or sevn hundred, had entirely cp the settlement of Manawatu, and cora j tbe inhabitant to retire to Wellington. LfeHisw" Otowaa had been burned. Sev- i robberies had been committed by the na On the 10th day of 'May a private be- L to the Wth regiment named Sculthorpe uiwered at rutin. Jtt. IS. M.'s ship Cal r iW from Wellin...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 October 1847

s THE ADVENTURES OF A NIGHT. It was a calm,1. Sar winter's night in 18 , that Bogee and myself crossed the ferry into Brooklyn, with the intention of going on board the receiving-ship, where we were domiciliated at tbut time. We had just left a dinner party at the old City-Hotel, where there had been something more than a mod erate quantity of wine drank, and quite a number of the convivialists left under the table. Among our party were Cottrel, Bo gee and your humble servant. The former got into one of his obstinate fits, and would not accompany us, so we were obliged to leave him. ' The moonlight was shining upon the bea ten snow, and the intense cold A caused our ears and noses to tingle again, as we walked toward the yard. Going at a brisk pace we soon came in sight of the gate, having reach ed that delectable portion of Brooklyn which is known to the naval world under the title of "Irish Town." ' "Deuced lucky for us, isn't, Squilgee, that there is no seven bell regulation on b...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 October 1847

r - " ! n . I '-'. - , '. . - - ' ? . , . . . . - ' ; ?V . . j - -i ' , . - - - -r :. t i -: V HONOLULU. SATURnAVnni)ni) ,o .0 , - - ' yy vy X fcW III ill. III I i . CmTV rtA - ' v JL abb 5 " r w f i mmwm i r I - - a I , - THE BOLYJS7ESIAN The Oiiciil Journal of the 4Uwaii.in Governmei i pubJishedweeklj t Honolulu, Oahu, ll.Jr, JAMES J. JAltVES, EDITOR. V. TERMS.' One cnp V aaoomf in adranel.t,: . . . - . t$ 00 Oie cap? sis months, in aJfuv,V - . . . j go S.aS!e cjhc. - - - . . . - 12 Rate of AdvertUiny. Am tniirf f IS liit . . - B tll3ice one iuh square (A lmes or firt p-lin i, 34 CI., ach utMiuaooe 12j cl.; Carats, oo IK?. t croeduijone Ittf square, r-v the rcir S6 00- . A .4:nT ih knu(. till irt " t i - oil :ia.t, irly acriing hunted to the d- lyj A'.rcriUemrnU -Twcnty-CT cfnlt per line, for the rir-t iiierniJ DJ oue-fourlii ceuts for esch jBfsl insertion, c. Trtnsjcut Jrerlierire required to py in advance. CIURLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRITEIL lt4i4. H. S Awtmoa. B.mt, . . G (K-arm 4. C...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 October 1847

I II -L-L ft i J f 1 1 z re if , T V - ) -, r,' ft. ! it if' i bn the intellect rather than on the feelings; A : .1 .:;,t h'a Auditors. ess warmimg man wu"""6 t , . H,. : Co rain I anatics can ms sermons jejuni, -w-.w--renaraiion 19 essential to his speaking with ffect. which is the more noticeable because n conversation he istble to handle ft given nUt with ncnteness and versatility. In private life Ronge is a good, estimable, mod- est man, wimvarm auecuoua uu a. uw haart If anv soul is pure and chaste in the fullest sense-of the word, it is his. He is t,nn.Rn;ont .vn trt iniDrildence. With an innnmo nf forfr eirht dollars a year he I ways had resources jrith which to aid. the poor and needy. Convivial enjoyment he re CTrjrrla with in difference: vet does he require for bU hanniness the comforts of the family circle, 'and, is, fond of children almost to Such is the man who girded on a spiritual eword and rushed forward to, assail super: atition. w - ti, y.nnnnnn(5 which have alread...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 October 1847

1 : : 7 i- n to U i-i-a-of ?n ur id "J V- rs he ie- 1)0 the I'm, Sre- ; as in- Hid ilOt ous How lex- bad I'om 'uld r a the eeiy run DO- 'new l i or ire- twill ion. thel W"1 loEcv rulr fast Lie pcnc. r,nj bH rt V ret ,CS n4 fl la? I a 1 i r i j I 1 Ml and some having recruited" at ,truit' nd touched here to ship bone bj the Much iinit""j i " t poru. We are indebted to fard & Co., and Waldo & Co., for . I v a fjrmation on una iuj ject. from our correspondent at Hilo, we n.inaman named Ahyin, was drow- lV toe nisi, in A sucaui niicu In" attempting to cross, he fell into (nd was ' "j - 1 I. 1 x.l v ! woa i in nt ttViAtit an ' 1 )tV. I I1C lWiJ;.-W HVti Ull 1 r - 3 ' " 1 1 the fkull iraciureu am iiieiuuuy .undated.' He was aj watchmaker . : I..J : 1.l ...... o-.l S!K1 rCSluCU VIM LlJl J.IULIU UJMIQI UJ ;rt-.,ur years. . hare visited Hilo? -this Ltfe a"1"-""'! L Jbe KainfhameUa 111 Was 6een g01Bg,rcrew whiJe.fitst to awbale at Amsterdam Island, the whale kit' 0n Friday evening, Oc...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 October 1847

88 SI)c' (DHa TJiE MAN WITH THE MOUSTACHES. It was a warm Saturday afternoon in Au gust, that a horseman turned to the Inn tnai fronts the steepleless Meeting House of a small village in the interior of New England. As usualin the warm Saturday afternoons of Summer, the male portion of the villagers were assembled at the tavern, some drinking punch like water, and others the regular ' old soakers,'.' discussing the merits of pure " New England." Some were stretched out half asleep, and if the truth must be told, half intoxicated, under the shade of two ven erable elms, which overlooked the highway in front of the little Inn, while others were seated in the window seats of the bar-room, gravely arguing upon matters spiritual and political. t " v . But the unusual appearance of a stranger, rdused every one into the attitude of curiosi ,ty. He was mounted on an elegant horse, and as he'reined him up before the door, ev ery eye was turned upon him; He was,somc what tall with a diminutiv...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 October 1847

f e in 1 i in ir . l''"'' " ' " ' pent of i . f or.,.. pad e W. jr.en. tiOn, i li.tj Ml iear ls. r,.l a a punt. f b. rrn lilU, i ter?! rie : Med r i I ant le cty COL rii. I" of V ncoi.. r cot-l W,3 vict war' ptj OtJ U.tJ i, Xi 'of I eaih XT ua. a 9 tJ Valid Vat. 6 iva, 0 I' 1 S eo'rj huse er t 1ST. Oil. L3H, !.'. 00- ' a C ei t, ...HONOLULU, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1847. ilN'o. 23. 'T0E POLYNESIAN, BUSINESS CARDS. vSail Journal of t!ie Hawaiian Government, " y !11 eV,J k4l0nlulU 0h.' 1I; L iCcHARLErE. HITCHCOCK, jtfES ' Jr JARVES; EDITOR', n ancam, in adance, - - -- - 0 piamanbjannj Dook aib Job printer, IS FREFABEO TO EXECUTE 00 Pamphlets, CataIo$nesy Circular, . Handbills, Bill Heads, Shop Rills, Bills or Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Ulank Deeds, 0 Rates of AdTertiing. ioAt BUSINESS AND ADDRESSCARDS . tch contiuosoce 12 cls.s CariiK. no-1 v Wilh tealnes and I'osnnirh n inml trmi. I -VL J . ..... . I - I . 'iSnA1 ; !! M s. h. Williams & co. ma- reariy deniMBg haule...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 October 1847

! lU - fx i -: . 1 11 CO -THE PQJi-YNESI AN, will take precedence of all pursers. This order confers no authority to exercise, mili tary commind, and no additional right to quarters. The underwriters of New-York have re ceived tliejbllowing communication, dated, " r. , ' 4NaVT DrPARTMEXT, " Washington, June th 1817. ) " " Tour letter of 4th inst is received. On the 7th of April last, Commodore Read was directed to detach a sloop-of-war from" the forees under his command on the coast of. Africa, and send her to cruise in the Medi terranean, for the purpose of - affording pro tection- to our commerce in tuat f, vicinity A iTatMTpmenta are now in progress to in crease" this force at an early day. - ' Very respectfully, your obedient servant, JOHN APPLETON, Acting Secretary. Tbree government propellers, destined for service in the Gulf, were just completed and lying at .the wharf in Phdjclpliiai ' K.;' ''.The' U.jS. S. Ohioed at Hampton Roads --Ma SWth i frft 'eH Cruz," Jvia Havana. " f...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 October 1847

4- but I reat p3 PASSENGERS. f B' Harare llawkrtv F- . U. Is. --r.i.iti : Mr. Edwn bn i : Mr. J. fa a I .W Mi. nj-w. - " -" mmt. viu .Te lr MalUt- Era ma Rim jou r n a e . TORT OF HONOLULU. Arrived. TVm. waul .ton Purlfta, UttWv New Bedford, Sf ,rrat. ?w wwe, ww " munn. r - aw""" buiIiuircl, IKmne, us Cava from T ...... - -.- 11 n iij wa.lr ! 'Wion. We-t, Near talfore, 13 mo Tu- rrcbnl rtip Muuura, taouf30 Java from Bo. iVUi! Canses, Ntcbo'J., Naatnrket, si m, . !.". b"'f AJkjr Clarke, Griawold, Newport. 'Vffc-t; Uoi ThMTM, J! j3r from S $r4ra. - - Sailed. - m On th Tt 'Stt. Haw- to crve. Am. h".i M.lo. PIBet. Nrw IVftr(rA. terniar. Wi. Tlt. OVer, Harbor ' . ' .' Cleared. "i . Hn. Hi? Cotes Pwift, Xe Be'fon!. tn ernie. I fcm. Ulp A. H. y.olbC. Walker, Nw fccaord. Ti -r! l eVara Barbara, na t a-J ih ult. tV I(M.uiW f')J'-l, tall Hi text fnr rijn ft P!"1 THro, SOth u!t.. Ch'WHip (oi:f.Jt-ra-io::, TOUT OF LAIIAINA. T , Arrired. 1 mm., 2,)9 pr rri rkT, l!rm ton, X. Dn!fhrd, 21 mot, 4?0 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 October 1847

i hi. Mil Is.. 3 (lI)C (Dlio. THE LEGACY". Mr. Wilsox of the well-known firm of Sandford fcnd Wilson, nianulacturers, btocK- ton sat alone at his well-lurnislied break- IW-table. AuDarently. he . did not want more agreeable coinuanions than his own thoughts, at least if one might judgejrom bis countenance,, which expiefseu a conMutrm LI fWree of self-satisfaction and gelf-gratu lation.- Nor did he appear in need of social intercourse to sweeten the repast, for he ate nith n that denoted an excellent appetite, and keen relish for the good things befoi e him And Mr. Wilson had reason to be in a peculiarly happy and contented frame of mind. lie naa taut morning, tuny ua u wu and it -was not yet nine o'clock made what he called an excellent bargai,. The a mnrmfnrtirTP in which heJMa&enaea -was .. .1 one 'in which there was. ottSerable con 1 euniotion of coalaod of coufseftt was an.ob- j iectf obtain ' supplies Jpr ffS'" an l nrtirte at as reasonROie-atTuie-F iwsiu.- K VHe had that m...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 October 1847

: - ; . , . ... . - ; , . ; ; i Kit. lit m; Vol. 4.i fiiE POfiYNESIAN, t -iil Journal of the Hawaiian Government, k-p: .U1 at Honolulu. Oahu. H. I. nauusuf ' jiMES J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS. .jP"nn"n,,i adrance,- . - . . r . t6 , months, in advance, ... - 3 jafr- - --- Rates of Advertising. 00 50 12 u lines), first insertion, l,O0, each con '23 ci.; one half square (8 lines r less), first - id Ct-. een couunuau retceedin-oaehalf., . ..AJinvM half ftflimr rr th rjir ftfi fWi ha?co',ama, 30 " J ..w.......S ..... 00; not exceeding one advertising limited to the ad- -s business. Tjj llscrtis&tl Twentj-&jt cents per line, for ur4 iofl,,,i md "x na oe-",urth C01 l0"- ech ',ifni irwrtios - - rBjsjroi aireTtisers are required to pay in advance. ch1rls"ehitchcock, PRINTER. List of Agents for the Polynesian. . i . n Swinloa. lKTO, - - i..u.jvrnci. II p,tm.u . t aiscisco, waraac soma. L'icrtt Collie- Mostebst, J. H- Gteaoa. .sin. C. W. VINCENT, m 'der. CARPENTER AND OIN- rn. is prepared...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 October 1847

n '.4 hi: i 1 pi1 mi 3f; 1 4 J 1 94 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY,- OCTOBER 30, 1817. city with their little treasures, as if the pesti lence was about to enter there, and in a sad and mournful procession, came thronging from their hemes. My heart ached for them, and I sincerely sympathized with them in their deep distress. The line of Mexican troops and citizens extended from the city pate to the white flag, where sat the Ameri can general officers, on horseback, to receive the conquered. After remaining for some time on the hill, my companion - and myself descended, and went along the whole line of the Mexican army, saluting the principal officers as we passed, which was always returned with the greatest courtesy. On we went toward the gate of the city, admiring the pretty senori tas, who were reclining upon the ground among the troops, with their feet and ankles entirely, and their bosoms more than half exposed, with their dark flashing eyes, and long raven hair hanging down almost to...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 October 1847

ua t r in 5 nuj. Mm rrmutawr1 1 rltr- MA R I XE JOURNAL. POUT OF HONOLULU. Arrived. : I. ' ... V..v Ir.. t ... ',," !" w"" 1 JS"' hi'' ",''!' "tIoa,r, Wi,Hi. 5 -f " Bicim. , H.r. ua rrpnrt. 4 ,itkrHu"lCAm'1' Swd'ey, New fictiturJ, urn this hlei Jpn, KiddcU. Nantucket, SI mot. ,s thi -!" bl t arn; Gt-lhtt, New Kedfirt. . 1 u.le h(p ANrmm H-rr, I'rayton, Srw Brd r . !. wh- ,3WI ocuon. arSf.iii -'' aUrr, Mullrao, from Tahiti. ' h;lr.1i Henry K upland, Fi.h, New Bid-, ,.,ili'nb.llWlitk'KMi. " kW ; Hni H-iBK, T01 wh. Sailed. ' ; 1 , t !.lniil. Waller, hnn. ! '(,t-m-r. Vi'.lirr, locrwwe. . A Hi, rri-e. "rOKT OF LAlIAlNA. " Arrived. ..J i,-oi mi:h. New IVdford, J5 no. I10 wh. , ltc -tv sit law ermauu. ,iiti, "; Nmueket, 85 aica, ff "- - , !c Clarke, tiriwild, .Srwport, 27 700 wh,xi0 mot, 630 p; fmir. Wilcct, New London. 27 uio, S'lOOwt!; , i ijai, VtMBl, NantBckM, 17 mom, COO wh. -M.C if NMrt,30 , ip. 130 this mw.. M. U.'tits li;nown, ! B.us Jw 1300 wh, li i,. I dfwn, NT Cenlfnrd, 27 not, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 October 1847

Z)t Ha. SPEAK NOT HARSHLY. 8T Mist JCT.IA A. rttTCHM. Speak not harshly much of care Every human heart must bear; Enough of shadows sadly play. Around the very sunniest way Enough of sorrows darkly lie. Veiled within the merriest eye. By thy childhood's gushing tears By thy griefs of after years Br the anguish thou dost know, Add not to another's woe. Speak not harshly much of sin Dwelleth every heart w ithin ; In its closely covered cells Many a wayward passion dwells. By the many hour misspent, By the gifts to errr lent, By the wrong thou didst not shun, By the good thou hast not done, With k lenient spirit scan , T The w eakness of thy brother man. MEMORY- We copy the subjobe .article, from i- f h Christian Register as JJ,l,C UUUiUVl V b.mw --w J Ml conveying not only an absolutely good UIus et- ...AiM of the faculty of mem , hut as embracing many sound remarks eoKlpducation and to CoJCUiolcUv, ii , u-i-f:... i Kpet traits of character. . We admire the serious, sober thought of t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 November 1847

X- fHE POLYNESIAN; . Journal of th Hawaiian Government, bed weekly at Honolulu, Oihu, II. I. jUlES J. JARVES, EDITOR. ' " ' TERMS. . n anncm, ia adranc, ....... t( 00 50 12i .a months, ia advance, - i't ntrs -of AdvertWinr. .Je rj 6 lioeaJT firl iasertton, l,00, each con '",';c.i"on'h1' qr (S lines or lew), first m W el- '' continuance I2 ct.; Cards.no '"fTi, fifrtdi5 aalfaquare, by the year, 6,00; ttfl' - l ir cxnan. t J. V-) erT aaverUkin; limited to Uie ad- harness. r'w rfc lirrt-Jie"- Twenty-fiaJWti per line, for r4 B ' ani one-fourth cents for each Cae auTertisers are required to pay in advance. CHARLES ET HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. ty Agent f of ttu Polytutian. . .11. H. . Swiaioa- BaTO,- - G. D. Jarve 4c C Lvcrtt ColUe. Mojrtiti, J. II. Uleaaon. C. W. VINCENT, 1LDER, CARPENTER AND JOIN- TR, prepared to receive proposils for eie- ,idtn in euner orau oi me aoove oruicnes In, at his old atafid, in Honolulu. Contract. bo favor him itn proposals may oe assured oi jaint J:at .attention to...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 November 1847

II! 2 5 ft m V 1i I 4h -Hi i V- f 1: : Pi : V.:: V fry r 1'' 1 5;h IF- 4. Jii 1 "1 ' , V, it r I M ft . f t V 98 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1847 SHIP NEWS. We have heretofore taken some pride in our marine intelligence, spending as we did no little time and pains in making it full and correct. Now this is a matter of, to say the least, quite as much importance to the public as to ourselves, and more to shipowners and masters than either. Generally we have found all interested disposed to aid us in this department of our journal, and we feel' correspondingly grateful. - But of late difficulties have multiplied at Honolulu, and we are embarrassed to procure correct reports of whalesh'ips. One reason for this has been given, which, if it came not in an unquestionable shape, we could not have credited that such meanness and dishonesty could exist, and be" avowed. Even now we believe but few whaling masters participate in the feeling, foV there" are among ' them man' goo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 November 1847

!r:i 71 1 11 i I- is I yd .Mrr commodore Shubrkk, hence, arrived at San .j, J5 incc aoiu h ezwi. ,api- amru uau i nn -' i l -i;. r. km .tr Louim. Bteaaica. hence, M at f aa Jaw - nI Beeee, rrie at MaxaUaa, but , carcn, hetar able to arrre stxi free epoa dutiea .4 rORT OF LAHAINA Arrived. rotter, Newport, 11 mm, 170 perm. f, jjiai, Laoc, Fairaarea, 14 bum, 6S0 sperm, 400 yiJJt. Grwn, New Landoa, 37 not, 5300 whale, 1200 " ilcy, New London, 88 moa, lit aperei, 1200 , ' n.rl. Nacle. U , 8 wk, 900 season. r Heimrlia, RoanaevUl, Breuu-a, f7 mot. Si ap, 8123 r' .--uaui bark Natalia. Loco. UO daxfui. Value- -T. urnir. - st-iU. 1'urriajioo, Mauapniwtt, 11 moa, 100 p, THESPIAN! , ; ArrnPAT) Evbxino, the performances will -jt aim r" - . - THE MOCK DOCTOR! f.rT. - - Mr.Townsend, Lwr - " Nelson, 1is.icT, " - ' - HedJ'nglon, Quick, Wilder. AMrtHt, MisTtoMft - 156 ce, Leroy. . v iknf-r. . rrr-::ag' entertainment to concluJe with the , i!i:-le Farce entitled, -op AGE'tO-MORRQW P riri.k. BaroeWilli...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 November 1847

4if i.v ': i h; It .i--. I,' ! - '!;.. 100 THE ANGEL AND THE DEMON OF THE HEART. Sometimes we all. are petulant sometimes are proud and cold: ' ". ' '' , mi I.,,.., ... wnvr Imnla t .----. B tail, of tltOCS Ol Old:- Sweet Cox and I were all alone, one dark and dreary day, Watching to see the merry rain upon the window play. Our work was resting on our handsour books were thrown asiue Oar brows were knit in half a frown, and wearily Out words were few, their fretful sound did tell of our unresr, - That cheerfulness had hied away, and left our youthful breast. , Then envy came with all her train our tones grew more unkind, ' "i,." Uatil we seemed to rack our brain the mocking words to find. , The Angel of our loving hearts had left us in despair The Demon of our lalleu race was laughing in bis lain And proud, and prouder grew our words, and darker gleamed our brow, Alas ! that ever petulance should kindness overthrow; And taunting grew our every look, and bitter grew uor mood, . . . A...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 November 1847

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Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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