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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 January 1848

142 From lb St. Louis Republican. ON THE CULTURE OF THE GRAPE Having cultivated the crape near the Rhine, in Germany, and also for a number of vears in Missouri. L asa to oe permuted to communicate to the public some of my experience. First and foremost tp the well being of this valuable fruit, is a suitable climate, next to this, a suitable soil, and lastly, proper treatment and culture, Those latitudes in Europe, northern Africa, ana western Asia, within which the vine flourishes are from 20 to 43 degrees, north. Ueyond these ' points, north or south, the countries appear too not or too cold, ii is generally conceded that where the peach thrives, the vine will also thrive. However, there is one considerable difference in respect to the grape it is this : while the peach thrives in those latitudes equally well in the interior countries, the grape flourishes best in the vicin ity of large bodies of water and more especial- Iy ot salt water, i nus, we nna me most geniai growth of the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 January 1848

gtn Cbaku -Among all improvements LjuJulu, oo it more aoaervtng 01 mention tlud recently made in tht American Sea- ,(4 lUctirl CbapcL Much credit la due to $uul Daroou, and to the Captains r i in ii . . i j,. ix) Brtf nurTBiijr upvnea mm in effected. They consist in front jo fMvr'wt ideally and substantially crcct ,i tk -vMion given, to tho Pulpit, the applica t'ir purjo f worship the old reading yKw tbe erection of a detached reading .ut,,i in the sdiingling of both roof. The been greatly to enlarge the iccomrao rl f,- MttiTu, to make th chapel more airy, it snore the apiearaucu of a church, and ,, B.o h to improve it for the voice of the .r. - - ; neJ for divine aervice on tba 8th ,!h Mr. Damon preached a acrmon ap le to the occasion,, and the following t.peniiig and doming hymns were sung, !y a sailor before the mast. OPENING HYMN, erf at Jehovah, once again dedicate to Thee, . luinble house to praise thy name lita tending knee. bid the Sons of Ocean meet 't n thy boundless prais...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 January 1848

til r-y. The. followine lines, entitled "TTrfSoul' Emnd are taken from the work of Joshaa Sylvester, printed in tbe ysarlall. They were wnoof the "harmless fancies of his inoffensive youth, which himselfe bs4 devoted to Silence and Porgelfolneste" as his printer tells as. Five ro nr. omitted. The laibor died Sept. 23th, 1 618, in tk.Ksth'rearef hiasee. While some of "the poets of hit dayes," as Sbakspeere, Ben Johnson mod others, have been honored by succeeding generations, se iar as s pieaou. end new editions of their works may eonfer honor, Joshua Silvester aooeara to hare been trahoaored and forgotten In the language of the late President Andrew Jackson, It is time that this unequal state of things should cease." He does not appear, generally to have had even thecredit of authorship to these truly beautiful verses. They have been many times printed, and If some supposed to have been written bv Sir Waller Raleigh. It is said they are to be found in a manuscript (perhaps in the Bri...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 January 1848

- - ' ' - - " ' - 'r V " At i - i i '- - , - ... . -, , - . r,t ....... :.,tQg u - J 'ii I. 1 ; THE POLYNESIAN; O.Hcial Journal f th Hiwtiiia Coremment CARLES E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR: i TERMS. 0 ropr P" '. a?, ....... s 00 3a, cpy ' aMWliM,! MfilN, ....... 3 S.c-nr,- - UJ Rate ( AircrtUlav. ..fc.v cw.j owr wuj urt (i line or let), first .t. W . Unoc 1S cU.j Cards, so. not ttceediag M kalfaqnare, by the y emr, 6,00; w f iTf Jmf 10,00. Yearly advertising ant ,fmC" "' co!ta, 5 00; not scediaf one , tino.O". advmiaias limited to the ad. p.,,ff (iii huMBcaa. . trj 4 rrameNi. Taly cent per line, for .x M uHwrtma, and Ml aU ue4uuln ccnu tor eaci .afoi invrrlinii. Ti!"' airerticr art reqairsd to pay ia adraoce. IM tf AftnUfor Out Pallet ion. JT1. a. Pitm m. FaBciwa. Ward HuiiiH. LtrrU&OU.e. Marav, J. II. CWaaoa. C. W. VIJCCE.NT, nriLPEg, CARPENTEIl AND JOIX PtR." preprcd lo receive propoaila Tor exe w.kn in i:hr or all of tho a bo to brucba v.tt, at hm old taa1, ia Honolulu. Contract. ho C...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 January 1848

4 4 146 PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. The arrival of the Spanish brig, M FlechV from Manila naturally turns our attention to these Wands, between whieb, and this Kingdom, considerable Intercourse la likely to arise. The Archipelago of the Philippine Islands was originally called that of Su Lazarus, from their discovery, on the day of that Saint, by the Spanish navigator, Hernando dt Magallanes. With the view of finding a short passage to the Spice blends, be tailed with five ebipt manned by fS4 men from Seville, in August; 1519. . The expedition waa fitted out by order of Cbales r, Magnllanes proceeded to the Sooth, and having passed throogh the Straits called after nun, those of Magellan,) after losing two of his ves sels, with the remaining three he daringly cross--ed the wide expanse of the Pacific, and after extra .ordinary privations, landed at Botoan, belonging to the Province' of Caraga, Island of Mindanao. These he took possession, in the name of the King cf Spain, and celebrated the ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 January 1848

t. 1 . tStat i be ch. let New Jut at et., mi sta 4 V mi 5 - j: i S it of which wo published tome weeks j; h supposed um Hawaiian scboouer ( ti retaken, M aba was Men by the rye. Win, bound from Maxatlan to La Wjctlan was poaseaaion of the Am. . j t. , (Hi;n every uy wiucimu a series or brtwero the Mexicans ami Amen ta export auiy 01 9 per cent. i charged vv-ir sou bullion at Mazatlao. .i0?vtks. 1 rumored at Maznt- , , i rM mi eaorm urifTbill had passed r, " Congress. Order restarting iu rct there were daily exttfrtcd. We Col- Fremont was on his trial for 4 tm! disobeJieiiee of order. ' Col.' Den.'1 ,ar;.ng as U coupm, , , , , i.-Br the arrival of the Wig "Argo" rtlst, hara received intrllieenoe .MUM t the ICth of October. There in new of mamrttt, the all-absorbing toe criaia in nioo-y matters. The i ,p.trtstiMH f grain from Euroj and a. nn f which hve been paid for in . ubiitci h the demand for money bj vjaay companies Lave pmdueed great! .itit-nt in the taanufaeturing districts, Mf...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 January 1848

148 iSEHE POLYNESIAN SATURDAY? JANUARY '2t, 1848. ...,Sljt.'lik IC7 We, ' copy- the' following; laughable story from the " Adventure's of Capt. Simon Suggs,' late of the Tallapoosa volunteers. . . DADDY BIGGS SCRAPE. 4 . "It chanced once, that the writer encamp ed- for a day or two at Cockerell s Bend, with a' company of the unsophisticated dwellers of the rough lands in that region, of whom the principal personage was "Daddt Elias Biggs," sometimes called Daddy 'Lias," but more commonly 'Daddy Biggs. We were jou . a fishing expedition, - and, at night hung' a , short line or two from the branches of the. trees which orersweep the water there, for; "cat." One nig-ht, as we had just done this, and were gathered around the fire; a gallon jug passing from hand to hand, " Daddy Biggs" who - was a short, squab man, rosy-cheeked, bald, and " in clining to three-score" remarked, as be extended bis hand towards a long, gaunt fel low, with a very long nose, and a very black beard . j - - - "...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 February 1848

y. '"'mi' TT. ". r . , v t t HONOLULU, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1848. ' )No. 38. -r ... 11 1 I V VT I.' a "PaT I fit 1 U A OlAll , ! j-.jrnal of the Hawaiian Government, , I - . fl .11. 1 mm m arra.iy ai iivwiira, uiag, 11. I. .,x E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TEH MM. , Kf H""' 'ence, -00 , avtrta, in matmtKW, ....... a l ... l Bate ef AdvertUlne;. v. ,i), orvt eri -, each ma. ... ; Mt Kail aaara ( lines of leaaj, feral , ait coul'aaaara tt ets.; Car.la.no. .riina"!f,.by ifcyar, a,O0; .. r Sis oj. Yeartjr adsettttiMf, am !.! e-n, i'- W : aut csceedms; one . t. VrrJ aJrrti-M4 limited t tUa aJ- , , Twenty-tUt cM per hue, fnt ,.. a4 atl aud ewe.fuerth cents fur raib 4t aruvr are required la fay ta advance. ff -I feJe tAa Vyncste. . . aT, . - l JwintCi , ri. a fa , V are a t'.l 1 "'! irBSI, J II- I.Uan. r. w.'vi scent," ,f.U. CAKI'CNTCIi AND JOIN- a a-rpirrd to rcctr prapoatla for a. r m n(br or all of lb abo bn.nchea as u r iof ana ana propoaaia may pa aaauraq 01 i.ia a'teniiaa to tka aama. a ad ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 February 1848

150 PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. ' (Coottaoad from rj V4C-) In 1618, considerable reinforcement baring arrived from Cadiz, the governor renewed his project of wresting Malacca from the Dutch; while he was making his preparation tne uuuzu landed upon the bland of Panay, and burning conTents and plantations, marched opon the city of Arivalo, but they aoon afterwards retired. By the end of 1616 the governor had collected for his Malacca expedition, two ships, five gallies, besides several smaller vessels, having on board a force of 5,000 men, of whom 8,000 were Span iards and Portuguese. With this force, he sail ed for Malacca. Previous to their arrival, the Dutch bad evacuated the place, so that the Span iards took the town and forts without opposition. They were well received by the Malays . Gov. SUva died in Malacca, and without effecting any further conquest his expedition returned to Ma .nila. . ,.v -. : -. - .' . -Between that period and 1626, some further - hostilities took place between...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 February 1848

I '4. r. i. i 5 i. 3 2 iti 19a aiei jtrrrtu to be four thousand, ami estimates F . r t k m Amrririm in flia um mfmn. , t.ooaiKi. Accounts bare reached this rlrttr, at the i'" writup this conclusion, ttll . . .". ... ... . ... . .... mdiuf l Ile niiiirr una iivi frirnirrn DUnU- V o.l J- II . jurP. 1 'i"1 iiimii .urjii . & IVa.m .... tt.i-.t tj a. . .. ico state niter of r" i. i .M...I -..,1 i ntin l-'r" ' aim vtUUIIIIfU. j-y rh'Rr Honolulu, Capt. Newdl, sailed hmii fr this place Sept. '271 b, and mar . i .1. c!eciea. ine Dam ramoset. Cant. jKniM from Cotton for this place Octo- . . a a aa r-jj with me looming passengers: Two .Moil's, of New York city; Miss Pratt, .,. It irilctt Jr.. Chaa. E. Stone, of Boatwi: Bivvrr, Esq., of Jamaica Plain; George t'-: I.......,.,-, n r? it a .i .al, IM ' , nti. -nr ji. .1la.in- ..J vi it.-, or Andorer, miseionarie to Ore- niiul K. Ii;?lit, I !. Kinney and lady, of f,;.!k. mionana from A. II. C. F. M. to ,iirh Mmd.' The bark Matilda, Laud, j from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 February 1848

152 $be lto. THE SON'O OP THE " PRINTER'S JOUX." . ; IJ IMITATION Or HOOO'S " 0 T T. ' .;.!:-.: .-i ' t a Titfc, .4Jr . Wilh weary heart and hind. ' , .. " ' " Wilh eyelid heavy and red." " ' i A printer stood by hi time-wort stand, t ' . To toil for hi daily bread.. - '- -. . Click! click! click! - V VV' ' ' . How bootless kis efforts wen ! .iy VV' And cad was hit yoice. for hb heart V AS UC MHB uua ".. l - ,1,:. u &n nf tha Jnnr" "Work! work! work! ' " . - . While the San gives out its ugni 5 ' And work 1 work! work! When itc glory is hid by Bight- ' ' ' ; , A hsppv slave is he, . . Who hows beneath the Terk, r . If this is Christianity, . r And sach is christian work. Work! work! work! Till the brain begins to fail ; Work 1 work ! work 1 ' - - T Though weary, faintand pale. ' To ply the aiick, till the heart is sick, ' And little they know of the printer's wo . - Whom the papers go among 1 -. . ' Oh ye, who instruction glean, . . In youth or. in riper age, Ye know not the cos...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 February 1848

-" -lL-i JjWWTiniilUU?. MUMX'IAOH -HIT ; eta i a 3 A It; POLYNESIAN, j..irtilof the Hawaiian Government, '. ;. j eeUr at Honolulu, Oehn, II. I. ,Ks 11 HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. , annum, in adraiie, ----.-.16 00 . . mniii, ta ait. ace, ....... J so v 12 tie of Advertising. . ; ,iiwl, 6:l insert, t.OO, rack coo. . ; o.ic l'.f 'iure ( line or !, ferl . ,.. rvh ronMiminee l f rts.; Carts. no rk .si.it; ua h-att spaan,iy llw year, at.ixt; . , i me, !" ' . Vearl) adcertiMiic nl r n. Vftrt; not t-ir-edinr; one . rr!y aJriiiug Untiled to the ad , , : iii-. , .; ,. T-tiiT-fi rent per line, for . (1.. a 4 ait and uae-lourlh croU fur each .;T-iiT are required to pay in advance. 1 -I -enltfor Ike l'olynaian. 4 finlns. DiMrroa,. - (.. I. Jarrrat Co. , Ma t'anra, Ward rtiHtta. lalll Xdtrtlli, J. II. Uk-aaua. r. W. VINCENT, KK. CARPENTER AND JOIN- , p-rirril lo receive propositi for ee jtrt in eit'ier or all of the above branches t tut old aland, ta Honolulu. Contract .t liim with proposal niay be...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 February 1848

151 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1848. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. FEB. 12, 1843. fc?Referring to the Historical sketch of the Philippine Archipelago, we offer the following statistical and politico-economical remarks: The city of Manila is situated at the mouth of the river Pasig, a considerable stream descend ing from the Lake of Bay, whose circumference is 25 leagues. In front lies a bay of thirty leagues circumference, surrounded by a rich and well cul tivated country, studded with hamlets, villas and convents affurdin? a beautful nrosDective. The river divides the city into two part communicat ing by a stone bridge. The city proper con tains only About 10,000 souls, but including the suburbs, the population is estimated at upwards of 170.000 souls. ' The shipping port is at Cavite, situated to the southwest and 8j leagues distant by sea. The Philippines range on the eastern and northern boundary of the Indian Archipelago. .The islands are more than forty in nu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 February 1848

m - . 1 II :. . ' ..t.incJ rlt nJ b will l baity to see ' ull attained under lb broefikcut rule of: i0f .rr. to rtwiM the rcarwctful homage ..fi'-T (I Mayor) of I be Sareclie. tij--) pleased to make the follow- ..jj,... addrvaoiiif; each partr in turn, with 1lfv..i.ti f much kindness. t'm (U i t nee you, Mr. Dillon. It pleases .,( ilif grrst and good King of France take ,.,r, -t in the rtTairs of my small Kingdom, l-"" f "y en"rti to (overn it, with s t. all my sutject. ,x ill that Chriatian of all creed lire B!i. r u( laws, on a footing of perfect h i the duty of niv tribunal to pun ;!,. w bo infringe the faws in this rentier. "Ir,!Hjn.U n-fue to da justice, in such, or , r . w liM-h I trut w ill u4 In? the rase, . , ..iiit or reclamation will be reicct--ticd. v,r. I be that you may be as happy in , tl rre " your native country j f rl,.,. I. and that the exiting friendly re-1 ill l'revrr continued with increasing j t i lxth nation. j fi a l-!r"-'n? (be H'ubop Ilia Majesty aail: . ....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 February 1848

THE SONG OF THE MAIL-COACHMAN. V Oh. the day. were bright ',7 When, young tnd light, j ; ; " ' I drove my team, ; (- . v ; ' V My tonr-m-hand : H ' V .' Along the strand, ' - ." , : i-Of bloods the cream. , ... " , But time flies fast : ' ' ,' ' , ; ; - Those days are past,- ' - 'The ribbons are a dream: ; 7 there's nothing half eo quick in life -i, -5As steam, still steaat"''" , -y. The Bristol MaiK Is but eenail, -'--The York stand still, ' ;Tne Liverpool - -'. Whet a stool All gone down hilL-f Your fire you pnjt Up spnags yoar smoKe, On sweeps the fiery stream: Now, there's nothing halfso quick in life As steam, still steam. Along the sky The sparkles fly, Yon fly below You leave behind : Time, tide, and wind. Hail, rain and snow. Through mountain cores The engine snores. The gas lamps palely gleam: Ah, there's nothing halfso qeick in life As steam, still steam. You fee a hill, . You see a mill, A bit of sky: You see a cow, You see a plough, All shooting by The cabins prance, The...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 February 1848

V.-. ft M trf 14 US'- Hi: POLYNESIAN, t j .unnioi iu Hawaiian (ortrnment, . A . 1 ,:n i eekty at iionoiuiu, Uanu, II. I. iVKl.K I- HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. . ... jr finum, in adt tact, .!( 04 , , m..niti, in a.Uaarc, . ...... 3 30 Kates of Advertisiaa:. ,. ". i iiiM"). Sr loaertiou.. s,f0, each coo . i-. ,t ; Mie half square (A )ne of Iras), firM , i 1 (ii. racli continuance Ii, ct.; Car.ls. no. .-. inX iii- btll aquar-.t.y the year, SG.no; , f " I11. I 1 early aJserttaius- am , .if Uill ro U.llit, ajOOS; sol egnredm one . . . . iriiv airrrtitio; limited to I lie ad. . ''Biart. ; 1 r - Tweaty -fire cents per line, for , . r i.iii, auj tia auJ oue-loarlh cents lor eacb . .- t lrrliaer are required to pay ia ad? ance. .'. -If maer the PoSynrtutn. ,( II amiu. Iko-ras.. . C I Jarara at (e. . 11. P tataa. tittiiica, Wtnl Hmiil. I .r'U l'ull.i. WasriatT. J. II. Ulraaoa. c. w. vixcf.st, M.nr.K. (RPK.STKR AND JOIN. li is prepared to recsiiro nroposile for eie. .r.ii 1 111 ither or all of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 February 1848

156 The whole army (save a few straggling com panies,) consisting of nearly twelve thousand men, were thus safely deposited o shore, without the slightest accident of any kind. The line of investment was taken up im mediately on landing, and General Worth ucoeeded in taking his position on the right near the shore, and .on the south side of the city. On the following day, General Patter son's division took up its position in the cen tre or west side of the city; and on ihe next day General Twiggs took his position on the left or the north side of the city, stretch ing his command to the coast. On the 12th, the line of investment was completed. The lines of siege were five miles in extent, run ning along a chain of sand hills about three miles from the city, ranging from three hun dred to fifteen hundred feet high, and com pletely overlooking the city. The right of the line was exposed to the guns of the castle. During the formation of the line of invest ment there was some skirmishi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 February 1848

Km. R. Robtnaoo, Governor of the Bank of .j,nd bad resifned him office in consequence lreMtnenu occasioned by speculations. Morrison, deputy governor, had been in Uc of Mr. Robinson. I trrtt; cf friendship hat been made between LiU and England; also with Prussia and Irft of Hamburg. V PriuJi, or Uritmh and East India Coin , rfi- India, numbered on the first of I"!?. considerably above 300,000 men, y jrarly amount of military charges for fWij,Hfrt i Mated to exceed $70,000,000 r,r, .r more than half the whole public rev ( The piiWtc dbt of India, hich is over ,j,,ic the lri(ih national debt, the Canada . k- . i $4t0,noo,000, one fourth of which incurred within the Ut ten years. The a'iul public income of India is estimated j-, n.iW, and the eipcnditurca at $135,-Ik-fore the Afghan war, the British , India numlwrrd ICS ,4 77, exclusive of .. ;,. triMMi from Britain British regi lK 'flu-re are thousands of Kurojtean offi . lt J their appointments is a source of ef- , pitr.mare to men i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 February 1848

I I ,.. 4THE DEAREST .PLACE JS HOME. ' Of n the spot that Heaven baa Meet, 0 The dearest place is home; ..-.- Tis there the fond heart lovres'to rest, ! And never love to roam; . c -Whilst love plays rovnd the miling hearth, Tis Heaven' Pn Witt enjoyed on earth. -, . H . i Of all the joys that iao can feel, ; The purest, sure, are there ! ' While o'er bis heart affections steal. Like balmy summer air; His wife's caress, his children's smile. Unlike the world, are free from guile. , - . i - " - ' Of all the gifts bestowed to cheer Man's pilgrim pith below,' The richest treasure lesteth here, , Which they are blest who know; Whilst love plays round the smiling hearth, 'Tis Heaven's own bliss enjoyed on earth. A STORY OF APSLEY HOUSE. One fine autumn day, in the year 1750, as bis majesty George II. was taking a ride in Hyde Park, his eye was attracted by the figure of an old soldier who was resting on a bench placed at the foot of an oak tree. The kin", whose memory of faces was re mar...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 February 1848

.... . . - f i ' ' . . '-:.. . . - I i r . qE POLYNESIAN, ! Journal of lU Hawaii Government, . aeeMy at nmuutt, Melie, II. I. U t K. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. T Eft MS. inn, is sdfance, ....ft .bs.taadsanee,-- 9 i-r- Rale i AtrrnwiKi ... (i linr). iret ieriton, st,00, each ron. ; " lf square ( lines ar ,. first f , rra rwtuaaaace t t. Cards, no v JiarXMahaUsqaare.tiv lha year, 6,00; I .0,eo. Yearly aJfart.stnf am t I caiaa, aM.OsJ i -aot escradias; awe 00 SO - i . . . .. . . . , it l rany Jimmi uhhm io IM ao- .atar. . ir,iu, MrU Twrmj-tQ evnte per line, (or ,ik. a! mi and ewe-fovnh cent tar each . I vrtin. r.i art ree.eiree' te pay ia adraace. I aata. Braa, U DJanrtACa. ' rni. lS 4 kctac, WH4 with. (riitimiJ. Ma-Ttasv. J. ii ptpirca to rcreie proposils Tor ee. -wr m cither er all sf the ahess hrunchee , t hi aU stand, in Ifoaelule. Contract' ,.of kiia with proposals snay b aaaurad at .4 attention io tba a ansa, a ad tbal bia always he.ypoo laraM aa reeeoMhle y n ied at nay "ether satahlrah...

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