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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 November 1847

102 meeting of ship owners, and others interested in the conveyance ot passenger, wai held on the 20th ult.. in the Underwri ters room of the Liverpool Exchange, fori the purpose of devising means to remeay a grievance to which some may soon be sub- jected dj tne passing 01 me reeem .uici emigration law. H. G. Chapman, Esq., was called to the chair. The act in question, he said, would curtail seriously indeed thej numoer 01 praeoger. pOT" - """H,,, browht to recover the lim of )W Sc.SToX aX he coodlh. ,...n.ifr ..W8ed he h-o" paid to the fas the act would be oppressive to Americanflants through ignorance and mistake. I. . trt Tir.tUh fihinnincrk that the objectlfendants denied their indebtedness, and plead an of the Congress in passing it was to preventjjoffiset to plaintiff's demand for a much larger any alarming influx of pauper emigrants iromiiaroount. .. ...... .' , v-..- j l;- r m m -m m THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, jCoro olenJar. 1847. Etporwti Air the PolyuMlaa. Coc...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 November 1847

4u4j jeand. 1 01 heK pi' .... 1 ' Irais J flabliel) bji 2Utl)ort.rj. TJjW, That the King's Government deep- -.el tM M 01 un uie noisier 01 ruoiic P7" -u ar: - r-. jii offlcfTi 01 ure jvtug vj:ru!ucai are or j to wear craP on 'the left arm, for the of thirty days, from the 13th inst. aB rerauicnt office will be dosed to-day. c I-..-, . NOT1CK. twmrtf tferatoarraeeaaieu far ifca funeral T. r. iticaaMa, take Star l day, aad ta which th ttoTMTf eATHouic CLtaervn. ' . a- u c2 "It"! cmcr movkkcss. . KING AND PREMIER: ; , raivv council, ...V "Va kifk ft aaa Ci rWcf hlttJt, fow ep twasi6SarBKasT..t-ivse asp coaatLa. ' XS. COOK, AND JOHN IT. roc caicrS ecaooL, aii mif. j rstratac ' t TBcasaa. J f al Scaolara, ' Catholic eV-holara, Thice dara. ..'' Three deep. PETTT CmtFaWX PEEP. , atriTM ioiruxiaTtf, m scr. TSc nTwoina la 'an fraa fa W of the Rt. I.nw Wi. ai M oVnri terma to Ettf lis ay Ttev. Mr. Dob? ihwanaa ay ri Mr. Aram rang. . ' ciwr fa intcrarai laa Kayai Ceiefri, aeyottd Ka ;ir norae,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 November 1847

ivr'1"1'----' - - - g- j Sl)c Ho; -3 nv rvfrt: HOME.," The world is all before ma ' -- 1 To choose where'er I will-' ' The blue ky beading o'er rae ' Light valley, plain, nd hill I . Oh 1 man j nook enchanted, .. , . In vinpn beauty drest Witb Eden freshn s haunted r " Is wooing in the West ! '".', And many a fonnt is (tawing - Wiih none to hear its tale, . , 'And only wild flowers showing V " Its pathway in the vale r . And many a boundless prairie Like some remember'd scene . , i Li boyhood's dream of fairy " ' - .V cere man natarareiy oeeaj . And many a sonny highland ' ' Is gleaming far away ' t And many a spicy island ' " -Where summer Iotcs to stay And strange, bright bird are courting, The warm and balmy breeze, ., . like winged lasires sporting j. Amid the gorgeous trees I , , - And lands that live in story, Where deeds of old renown In lay and legend hoary f . -V -Hare won a deathless crown ; . :.,f Where gray tradition lingers ' 1 O cr lama ana classic lane, 1' trki'Mi tim...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 November 1847

... - - ' f Vol: 4.t 3 f "! U HlK; taj. Irriee 1 cat es3 the POLYNESIAN ( popiir"-; -. , - r'- :.T ! jiilES J. JARVES, , EDITORS. ,a(T' r - t h ia idniM. ....... l en 12i ... . am ball Moat 8 unM or lemiV. fircl H" rxrii caoliaaance IS- ct.: Cards, no. Llt" V ' . A i t . T'.ot nceciin? one tlf fcqir, t jr the year, 6.00; rLimt one quar, 110 03. . earl- dvertfsinrnnl hVL we bilf eoi-mn, )(: not exceed I" i. Vearlf dtetit Inmted to I hasiaaa. f-'- - .'-, ' " f exceadrna; ne the ad. T, jjjrtirtM-"-Twtjr-CTa ! pee lm, for "fiZ aM'-"T aod -Ki-iu-Uh oeuts ibr each rflCrOXS B. HITCHCOCK, PRINTE1L - littof AgemH Jbr tht Polyxetian. H 8. iaiaa.' Uofm, - .b. v.Jtrmauo. g.' fltaa. - - B- Fa ijicmoo. Ward Stuiik. Liccil fc I oil. Sw.--ST, J. H.Ulcawoa. .1. in. C. W. TI5CENT, rni)ER. CARPENTER AND JOIN- jlX, 'm prepared rei prcpoaila for exe- nesa, at bk old ftkAf, io Honolulu. Contract. ,1 for liim pr?-l- i-y b aaaurcd of Miiuediate ttntio to tbo aame, and that his ntief I7 ba jpon term aa reaa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 November 1847

THE P OliYNKS I AN, S A th .n IVA-NOyiMEli, 20, 1847; inii W . . ' I T e 1 : TV I THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, NOV, 50, 1847. ATRIP TO THE CRATER OF KILAlfEA X' ' Nd III. The firefmpearance of tbe crater of Kilauea invariably disappoints. One' previous ideas of volcanoes are altogether set at naught. As for oursejf, Laying been here once before, we knew what to expect. Not so with the others."" As one after- another of our part drew up, ' they seemed to be scarcely aware that they had arrived at the brink of the largest active crater on the globe.- The ladies were too tired to seek anything but the mat bed. The gentlemen gaz ed half .vacantly at the scene before them and then turned to look after their horses and bag gage. -The boys openly avowed it was not what tbey came for. .They. did net see anything that looked like a volcano. Their ideas of volcanoes, as well as those of most people, are taken from the stereotype representations of Vesuvius, JEtna and .other, conical sh...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 November 1847

r" hew 1 iestk ierei lM,tt thist rharatr )s tix 'mi-sit ,od ar for' I V, (tW ion T. j brre , I turn I rem Ml hi W k- A SR. libel Serw f jsetarj jlotka-j Venrtr W Partita vu 'w ar Vlr- ' V - V p.. Our' pilot. Messrs Meek, and L " 0lF dcterv? praise ior uic es.iu suiu euer-i " . .k-m .w- ... ..lr .T.Ljw 'A. ,.J ctrouc, during tne wnoie tune, r Ha matter of no little difikujty to get a eirritak bare been numerous, but the Ltt managed to pet the ships safely into . r weather. On Thnralav ther e . - - J T French whale-ship Gangc, reportel : fcad wo laeu killed by lightuing while Hnnali roads,, during the late etorm. 1 ttl hur tflTnn,ctfl ininhul .1 f . !.........'.- I . I tra auH ujiut uviuuiciHiHi uuru .inei - .asrerv severe on this aide of Kauai, the .1 1 I A .ana JamaM MMa.. . 1 A .r -,.rR VifwUw AiL T'a nlantnt.Mii Innni.), Urwuo great extent., : ' PASSENGERS. : ..Ln Califcraia bX. C Jaaton, E.q. , M. Vtwlel, tfmeom. S oflkers. ."JJrww frM. the r. mrine jquhnal: Tout or Honolulu. - A...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 November 1847

4 108 OH! IF THERE WERE NO PRINTERS. trt-x. nut."'-:. '- .V ": " Aim" Fine Old Eng-luh Gentleman. K ' The Printers! Ho ! I sing la) them. 1 dedieat ith lay To thoie who ply the noble art, which, like the sob's lirtffhf nv. - - Cites light sod happiness to all, and shines tie wide world througn; Oh I if there were no Printers, what would the people do? - - ,- - t i r . The politician, then, indeed, woold be a sorry thing; Var there vaultte no dail r sheet, election news to brine: Astf he would have to wait ibr,ii perhaps a month or Olff if there were bo Printers, what would the people do? ThA senator and member too, might bid farewell to ram, Wei not time found to print their thoughts their mighty deeds proclaim " . ' . Their speeches made for u Buncombe" they'd find to be "o go!" ,, Oh! if there were no Prtuters, what would our wise men jiiv- do? ; v - .". ' h - -. vi The poet and the novelist might lsy aside their quill OiTe op their toil and study, and Lid their brains be still; F...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 November 1847

y- i ! 4 5 i i , - t ; . -wV"- - .' jf i : f. r lijgW .1 fer rr am. J.tM "At l itntti w i tterfcl dtta bor f.f ..MM, tTt( Ml nan air' if loir Vr , L it- Vant ft Ikitt t 1 (a v. r, rnEiPOLYNESlAJTjt ,Shcd wwkalHonoluIu. Oahu, H. jiMES J JAHVES," EDITOR. . ;TERU. 8 00 3 M I2i fccl 9 aJranc, . , limit of AiTertiaiai;. ' 1 4 Mutmuaf clt.: Card, no h .TL.I.FfiiH half '.Jh Ter.tv00: r nMar.110,oa.' .dwrtisiiit:uot 3- . - ot per line, lor Wbu for each advaoce. -lid ofArtnt'fvr le PJyUtutu J .. a. s rU1 ' I L 1 (t.V.lnrrrmt Va.k . a. I'll""- 0. ft 4 m ico. Ward . Smilk. UoaraacT. i- II i . II. k-. at DiajJiu-. v -- g.cJMt attialib.- ir, and that hs wrll aJwar:"- tantaraa reaaonabla . . !... -il ,. .Alr AtablMiniei.t. llu 1'ir 5iujan;j ar unaurpaaaeu, anu ui u'i , U s-H ordar. Any worx cntrosiea 10 CKt, w ill bo -y-anttd to fully meet bia ob!i- y. hat iai'"' "9 withwith bia other ' -r aupcrior California, liS "... Kir aai . in Lumber, suitable for .a?hei of bui! , -Jich willbe disposed of on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 November 1847

110 catcd above on the homeward trip. These trips are performed with great regularity and passengers from the United States can there lore easily arrange the time of sailing for either of the above mentioned ports so as to be certain of reaching the steamer. , Canoes can be procured at Chagres, which are ca pable of conveying three passenerfeath, with their baggage, for sixteen doffars.vTbe ascent of the river is. easily accomplished in two days, and it necessary, in half this time. The distance from Cruces or Goyona, pver the mountains, which is only twenty-one miles, nerer occupies more than a day. The route by Gorgona is to be preferred on ac count of there being fewer mountains -to climb; and not so many of those precipice's which fender the other road so difficult an3 lanoerous. The Drice of a saddle mule is five dollars that of a pack mule, capable bT carrying the ordinary baggage ot a traveller, three dollars. The whole expense of cros sing from Chagres, may therefore be fair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 November 1847

War' iron FniM-iKo iaMWB. E. Barceat, A lira iWK or K . . I V-. aT B iwiuvn tr. v. r . t uwow ana (fyRJJOURNAL. rTORt OF HONOLULU. . . i.1 - Arrive.?..-.' f, .tiVak?iSkaia.alaaoallsrF, 16 am, 1330 -- f I mm. Mallwf ha. Haw, 14 mas, fcO w 3 V'. . s-j Mia, I00 ap.. ':f'ie, Wilcox, New IxsiVm,-full, tm k-' mmt. T - ..., i.y ag 1 1 oj lKkr, a. t J t j ari"m'' JuljMortt, M data, from aa Francisco, , , . l.rit Mart P". KrarWtmgk, J J dart fa Viclu- I'mnn In II. B. ' F" . lw. I aw.-U. Wstotna, CI da fia Oretoa. ,W'P ?Iu-f.kl, W hi CoUspruu;, XI ai., 15 Ci lVraoa, Sag ItatW, 16 mca, 800 a'fca Pouta AaxTtra. 8olc, rrovidWe, 13 L,aJMiip lalrtot, llait, Brcnxn, 2i no, 130 "1 ..- fc-at .ami. J. J T : - V- A EM aiaa, H7v ""aliaTca, 17 ak. Sailed gJ. E. PnnarU, IlsaarT, e I rurnntl". io crane. , Jaax, FJ lUfaVU aw ) wh, 2f1 lUlasnl. hi IUrr. IS f 11 th. liHia Mi niJ (-,. M.uf, errm,1j , 129perai, liu a, 1100 ;iti'l-. il-a I ).J, 5 mm, 350 p, 82K) . lvsr"A w i 1' modiat-jrm, 1HO0 w rrkk, Mbp, Ps H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 November 1847

v.,. THtt pnrvNWSi AN :fennU)AY. NOVEMBER S?, 1817. 112 She (Dlio. From the National Era. , . THE ANGEL OF PAT1EN?E. ET JOHN 0. WHITTlEa.- , X rEE PABAPHkASB OP THB OEaUaaH.' .'.' To weary hearts, to mourning homes, ' " -God's meekest Angel gently comes: ; No power has he to banish pain, . Or give aaback our lost again, Ana yet,in tenderest love, our dear V And Heavenly Father sends him here. ,. - f. ,, There's quiet In that Ansel's glance, - -There's rest in his still countenance! He mocks no grief with idle cheer, 7 '-.-.- r l or wounds wun woras me mourner s ear, " Btitills and woes he may not cure -."keHeiaindly learus us to endure. . "? Angel of Patience ! sent to calm Our feverish brows with coolin palm ; To lay the storms of hope and tear, j And reconcile life's smile and tear ; The throbs of wounded pride to still, : And make our own our Father's will ! Oh ! thou, who mourn est on thy way, With longings for the close of day, He walks with thee, that -Angel Jkind, And gently ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 December 1847

AU.4 v J If I! ia fla n l "t tiJ aw J5 pie. V !! rt k f'V to' riv of leveirs. w lust d Mbcut oners, l la, IV. t. v,, Vjt Va'i i diStW a f nci sct-j PrOTi as i. IftSy cctil ' 11 tSuM 1 f , rtx 4 tr cV r l A. C UlC Wli Lith'u ro i Jests ctiw-J - ft lin" Vn, fcyc f of") tin?" clSl) Vol. THE-.POLYNESIAN, nit.mai Journal of tb Hawaiian Gorernment, YIhcJ wkly at lUaolulu, Oaho, H. L- jiUES J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS. ftipv n nioiitUs 10 adTaor, - 350 lJJ ..-...-'. 124 ir'o! r'MccediMOMchalfa ,bTleTear.MJWj ( i lis. ac h earlv advert tun nnt 1 mm. iS.ac earlT nc half o.!utn". ro eirvedinf one fa rtiaemtemU. Twatffi? col prr line, foe V int nrUM. ana iu w anii cents iw caca IjirultWl. IDIIIIU, J. II. biraMHi. ' I HLDER, CAKTVnUR AND JOIN- ) rg i,rrpared t i:ci. propoaaU for exe- . . 1 a a. I 02 orders in itir Of asi vi aoo ntvnuws w .n. At his old stand, in Honolulu. Contraet- L Hno for him with ftropeals may be assured cl LuaiMdiata atteti- ttft same, ana mat nis mites will a! way W Kpon ter...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 December 1847

114 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1847. fortable after comfortable, till only one en velope is left, when he seizes him by the shoulders, lifts him upright in the bed, un covers bit feet, puts on a pair of slippers, throws a blanket over the head and says " follow me." With one eye open, as do cile as a lamb led to sacrifice, feeling like a . fool and looking just like Lazarus coming out of the grave he goes slip shod down stairs, seat3 himself in a tub of water at 72, where a bucket full is pounced over bim, and two rough hands rubs him well " But that is nothing that aint." Before him is the terrible plunge bath, 11 feet by 20, and 4 or 41 deep. Its surface is an clear that it seems onlv a tank of air with a slisht emerald tince. Vain imagination That liquid is as real as rock and cold as - ... . .1 A. the double extract ol icebergs, and into mai wretched mortal must you plunge. So here goes ; one splash, and he rises to the top, feeling an icicle thrust through his heart....

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 December 1847

1 ft ftter' I pnbliatjti bn ZlntJjoritn. ''tjLI.ECTOR'S NOTICE. rrTOM House, Pobt or Hoolcli, ) December 1st, 1S47. $ To it u imnt it mar rniuvni nr u L riven thatafrom - a -a ana mirr mm aaie, au '. 1' jiin? to lw? admitted duty free at this ,j tie strictly aui.jcciea 10 me conditions " . al. 1- rf . U A.I a J 1'' w'l'l,on lin na 1310 rr,Ml ,;'J.minti"n of naval stores, supplies ft .. rifHiiMinU'in of Foreign Dinlc I a darflAHt I 4th ,1,11 1 t K Tl I . f 1 II . n for the lomatic ...r.I'.i-i:!'- an ! mrrchan lise fur the use " r j::ributitn by Chrirninn tnissionaries, or f.r thi benefit of charitable institutions. r!ii;'nS to kc exempted from duties are "'Lj t bare liecn in ported expressly for the .jiimin flirli eiemptioa, and to hare been fJoii the vecl' inward niai.ifVst; and a hj- ciifre' lit the Custom House in the usual VM. PATV, C'l!ector General of Customs. PASSENGERS. Ana. frnw FraucWce, Meaars. M. Gnflia, J. MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF HOXQLULU. A Hired. m-k.W .hi RaaWMa. A.'....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 December 1847

f hi . I I 4. it 5 a f" V ' J 5 - 116 Eljc (Dlio. THE CARELESS WORD. BJ HOS. MES. XaBTOS- A word is rinsing thro' my brain, It was not meant to give me pain ; -i It hid bo tone to Lid it stay, When ether things had passed away ; It bad no meaning more than all Which in an idle moment fall ; It was when first the sound I heard A lightly uttered, careless word. - That word oh ! it doth haant me now, la scenes of joy, in scenes of woe ; Br night, by day, in snn or shade. With the half smile that gently played . Reproachfully, and gave the sound Eternal power thro' life to wound. There is no yoice 1 ever heard, So deeply fix'd as that one word. When in the laughing crowd some tone, Like those whose joyous sound is gone, Strikes on my ear, I shrink for then The careless word comes back again. When all alone I fit and gaze Upon the cheerful home fire blaze, Lo 1 freshly as when first twas heard, Returns that lightly ottered word. When dreams bring back she days of old, With all that wishe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 December 1847

in. aertl f.' fas'! if Ttk! ffi f ' HONOLULU SATURDAY DE CRM KF.R1 l.iffiA?: iNn. . 30 -.ssssany. " i - , - nmBnanaaai y , . - HE POLYNESIAN, - 1 Journal of the Hawaiian Government, 33" eeUjr at H9bo1o1u 0ahu L iyES J. JAUFS, EDITOR. TELMS. x annum, ia advance, 00 I2 nate of Adrertisinr. ' I lit lin) first iasertioa, tlJOO, each con r"2i : m half r U lines ot lew), first n ...oh MiHHunntt oil i UinlLiu. i ets., each eauamaca1 K.j Card, i r scdisi one half square, a- the year, S6,i no. n-e ouar. 10,00. learlr advertising aot half column, 35.00 ; not exceeding one Yearly adveriisiag limited to he ad' aru.. aad six aod OBeoarth.. cents for each f aiwrtsttffcre requited to pay ia advance. ,a4Slis E?fljTCHCOCK, PRINTER. l ofA?mlfor the Wynrsicra. H R. inloB. BotobV G.D.JarreaBtCo. " 2 iMaaa. JWFafi-o, Ward iia. -" LorrtLon. StowTfcAtV, J. H. Ulraane. c. w. vixcEvr, LPER, CARPENTER AND JOIN r - t.nDared to receive proposals for exe ,,.i,r aa either or an 01 ine tit oruocuea ' r ti o . i t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 December 1847

118 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY,. DECEMBER 11, 1817. RECOLLECTIONS OF PARIS. BY W. B. BATEMAK. THE SALOON DE DA USE. like an serial flight; they do not touch earth: they goat above it. The men leap through their parts like herald Mercuries with winged heels. Loud er aad faster grow the strain?, the very lights seem aguatea wun a eyinyuiircuc uesirc io join the revellers.- i r "' 'V." . Mae oVIock sinsesinr J Tbere ia a Iitt,e crowd in one corner' it is the t,mep.eces-for in ever, a favt.rite nook of the far famed Frisctte, who is r.iuh hnnA thorp, is tsure to be a clock as e . . . . . - "j ..- r-.-h intntho lancing there anim a circle oi admirers, iier leave Jhe tMe d'hote, and cheek ?s pale,her features small but exquisitely ?uen?T ri.h?S moulded! her hair dark, her eves are black and the Tuilleru, lighting the palace solemn y, glit- ishi a eazelies. Tne rarest -pechnen IbZSiSvfCSK i'p urneS'ba h?t Parian afford is uowbefore a oYArJenlPaZerie. As usual, thwe i 15" 1 fiftl right of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 December 1847

n rii M '.'Hi it. 'lie-. J.: .! am n i , t f, r 5 S s i 0 II II I! ' GENERAL PROVISIONS , o Organize the Jcdiciait Dxr aiit- 1 ' vrT of tbe Hawaiian Islands. -Ticr I- "bie Act liIl take eflbct and be f j,nj It of ti. land, thirty day fter the " thereof, by caption, in the Polynesian .TJ- r. d FOt! ot,,cr "piper as the Minis ! Interior shall deem proper. From and fc, piomuation, the forty-f-eventh Chapter ti- A Laluiaa, Maui, on the fifth ,,-Miv, A D. one thousand eight hundred and 1. . considered at repealed, andthi hero substituted: in the place thereof for all ; -aitt9c under the lawsoijki kingdom; jiJatl ewnm ission beret otoro iued, ex (he judge of tba aupretna .court, shall on '. .iT ic bold to have expired. 'fVio All nuits, proc and proceedings, criminal, at lave and in chancery , and all "".Jflrn! which shall be pending and undetermin- tiic courts st the present time rimg in this -,tn !i!l, after the fne promulgation of this an-ft-rred to tba courts by this act created. iiti ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 December 1847

i ! it I; t 'I: 120 Siljc Olio- (TranV.ated from ihe Germ J r THE WORTH OF WOMAN. .Honored bo worn in ! she beams on the sight, GrwtreM and fair, like a bein of lieht ; Scatters smond her, wherever she strays, -Roses of bliss o'er our thorn covered ways ; Koses of Paradise, sent from above, To be gathered and twined in a garland of love. Man, on Passion's stormy ocean, Tossed by surges mountains high, -Courts the hurricane's commotion, ' Springs at Reason's feeble cry. Loud the tempest roars around him, Louder still it roars within ; Flashing lights of hope confound him. Stuns him life's incessant din. Woman invites him, with bliss in her smile, To cease from his toil, and be happy awhile, ' Whispering wooiosly come to my bower ; fto not in search of the phantom of power j - Honor and wealth are illusory come ! Happiness dwells in the temples of Home. . Man, with fury stem and savage, Persecutes his brother man, i Reckless if be bless or ravage, ;.' Action action still his plan , . ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 December 1847

5 r(af vat finh. a 19 !'t 1 1 3 1 '.Hi1 4i r POLYNESIAN, Journal of ike Hawaiian Government. ' weekly - KmoIuI, Oehu, II. I. JAMKS J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS. prr aaaim, advance, - - . . JaBwuhe,adveame, M 1 0 Rate AaveniftiBC mttr, he). iaertion,iroo, each con ,ji (-.; m ball equate (I liaea or lee), first . n. 1 aariv advertising- limit ta 1 Um ad. j rrrtrrmi. Tw tf fiv cewtt par line, for (atrnu, aad ix aad eoc-eoanh crats for each Kit m-n- ajwesi aJrtasvs are retired w fmj advance. CHAR-E EHITCHCOCi:, PRINTER. . List tlfAjctnttfer the PoifJUiau it. " - SoUM".. BaVoa, - O.D. Jarrra-cCa. . n. fiiaiaa. . Fa-aciaca, WaHac 8mii-. LvoMI ColUa. Nomuii, J. II. Otraaom. r. w. vij.-;2!it. IJJ)ER, CARPENTER AND JOIN- ; JU m prepared t -neeiv propoa.1 lor eie warJura in auher or alt of tha abora bruiches jssii, at hit old atafcd. ia Honolulo. Cootract .ii faior him with propaaalt may b aasurad oi ,e.itaaltotioa totba mom, a ad that bia me will aJ ray b opoa terms aa reaaonal! -, b btaind at a...

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