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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 April 1848

I- 4 : 182 fnarV of Mi- Micmnr. The? are tbe entiments of every enligjiteoed Englishman as we trust they soon, ww M ot every ia tlliffent American: "If there be one course of policy, more than another, which we would advocate to which we would devote oar labors, in order to aid in obtaining the only certain guaran tee of peace and of friendship, between the . A two great nations, wno, in language auu ra.ee are one people that course of policy is to establish the least possible restrictions on the interchange or the commoaiuesoi ine one country in the other upon the arrival at, mininr in. and deoarture from, of the ahioa and citizens of America in every Brit ish port and place in the universe of British snips, ana suDjecis, in every port nvvi viihm th American regions. If ever the Bk W BMW - history of the world presented two states in a position, and condition, to do each other the utmost possible good, or the greatest possi ble evil such are the actual positions, and actual conditi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 April 1848

I. f- . , a - irtmi end TlMtrw that one thing greatly j km m rational source of arouse In this respect we are diflereruiy aitua- tmnt any other community. It U 1 . tl.,ft.,W A I M .. I - t I end Urn ling alley.: but we want rr of amaemtit a moot of ua bare i in our native land amusements eal- m iipfo anJ derate the mind. The . 1 1 i 1 1 .. (fiiiiin-ii w-re wac years ainre, cx fjf tinte a good influence upon the com , I rerun, debating club, and temper triHir con.lMiiing eddrcaaca and debate, k M-rtned to inlcrot the rommunitY for The Tbmpiao baa bad ita day, but 4 of the niner aourree or amusement ia whrrcd anion j tbe thing that were. Our rin ritizena baring decided to rear a , f, dramatic representation, we may t new aource of aauiarmrtit, although Iifc-linie will be scarce longer than . irr aware many regard the thratrr an ne . s ie road to ruin. There is aoniething tiitw rah-ulatcd to alarm the religious .aity; i" fet there ia more in the name ,r..itj. The Iloalun Museum gives d...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 April 1848

184 $I)r (DHcr. ,1'. . , ... 'i n,e Loodoa correspondent of lb New York Trib bane says, Miss Eliza Cooky the poetess, is now ahou' Jorty year of age, although 'o' WBch J&t-She bu quite a masculine countenance, which is remarkably expressive. Her forehead is bread aai high, indicative ol grot'fnina.' HerfttherW fbnaerly tradesman la London, but afterward " too a farm in Susaex, where Elixa, iheyoanffstofelereai children, flret became ena mored of KatnreaadberglorioBa works, and where, H is jtelieved, she first at tempted, to pour out her thoughts in delicious terse. Her -versification is smooth, her lines are musical, her sentiments are pure and always eoniam a fine moral'- She it at present residing at Great Mai Tern for the benefit of her health:1 Her last production, written during illness, is a composition of superior mer it and shows that the fire ef her genius horns as brightly new aa even . -V-,' ' ' SONG FOR THE SEASON. Look out, look out, there are shadows about ; V : " ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 April 1848

I. -J.1 HE POLYNESIAN, . j juttmalof t IIm fcovemmenl, eeeklj at Monoiida, Oahu. II. I. jilXS E. HITClIUUWk, KUITOK. TERMS. I igf in ntaee, - . a nvaalhi.ia advance, i . It M . . . J ui utra tf Advertising. . . dt 111 ll . - . - - ' - ' ch cauayiece li ct. Cart. no. Ycarlr ntlrerttaiaf ax i not esreediof. one kill nt'seam. Si'toOi not esreediof. one Vorty Jrf1iMB( battled Ifl the a4- "u Uf ar.V-To-entjr-flve cents pr Iw, fr - iut4 mi and of-fttilh eeota tor each I . "I tX - , . vaiii4 (a m in ad jfc! JC" - - i . f a BWi,. O I Jim I'm - ru . 1 -- - ...w- ar.aa. J. II. tlraua. ' C. W. VIXCBXT. carpenter and join- i prepared to reeehe 4ropoiU for eie- or JI of tbc shoe brunette aritrs w . .f a o. JSlsnl.l Honolulu, vouirai a-o.'JstsnJ.'m Honolulu. Contract i "... L Miih bmuaaftla mit b assured o oi rJi' Silntn oainc, ami .... I aleavs ha upon terms reasonable L at bamed at " 0br eetablmbnienl. lit w1 ()f kWmx ara unaurnarMa, ana bib wort j a im 6f vrdae, Amy work ootrostcd to vt, " -- ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 April 1848

I 1i SHE 4 i Soloxox's Tli. To torn person it might appear unreasonable to speak of any building existing or non-exiaung, in- re- ference to tbe temple that Solomon built at Jerusalem. What is there that could -be compared to it? " Its very name is conjoined in our minds with ideas of vastness or splen dor, and of richness, which the imagination will not even venture to indulge in, and which our reason refuses to reason upon. We read of soch wonders concerning it- of ten thousand men employed continually in cutting dawn cedars in Labanon: of eighty thousand men' hewing " stones in the mountains; of seventy thousand men bearing burdens; of three thousand six hundred men as overseers merely of the work; and yet that the unceas ing labors of this crreat multitude of work people could not accomplish the building of the Temple in less .man , seven years i What an idea does this convey of the Tem ple's spaciousness and magnificence! And arain we read that before a 'stone of , it -was laid...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 April 1848

pa- V-' 187 9 a .4 lb bcTm, 1543. " Vtfc fI.tKnJ Circuit Judge NHio i Ricntonon tl Brnrh. ' - fx 1 ,aCliinnan) IlikU (a native) was f - uVm tin far hearing, and w as an rWnt brought to recover ratse and lt Jo Lahaina. The de 4 (or a non-suit in thia out, tllrg. t.tk? lc pflpertj in dispute was (. - tbt Und cmnrnuwioti, ! consequent 3tft' '"sit tHtoui have on jurili1ion, or the right of cti, until after tbe 'land ( J ki Jfidcnrwboe the'title 'was. rVjT.itrl the motion, and the 'daint'iff Wiird witncnaii.- f ao, Ev for n;miff. ' " " rwMf. Apntllaot. Petrr II. Tree This m m an action or assump- i 'f ioally brought by .Tread way irt Court c Lahaina,' to terovcr the r freight f a ca of bread carried tv f"f Corkett, from Iabaina to .t 'M nf Af Atll atwl iKa I.! IS jStXR J ". va . a -o a vst v nXt ju!(rmrot for the plaintiff. Tread It Mm of two dollar and fifty cent. I prJ to th Circuit Court. jiria-c or the Mra4 was admitted by L Kit b contended that Treadway u r a w " u,fmi;Ct, mamut n a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 April 1848

1; ii 188! ' . THE NATURE OP TRUE LOVE:' The following line were ' suggested in reply to lis ter's question, whether man' love was changeable and fleeting as a shadow. r .' .a . " l . .. ,-' . --- . Abrno! aweet sister, lev is not ' . The faint, frail flower iboa allest it, By beauty io a moment wrong ht, ' . ' - Like deads across the sua to lit; ' Aod there le lost. , ''.'" r Jo gentle one, it doth act yield , . . lufragranee up at such a call j , 'It hath a wider, deeper field . ' And seeks aa oij'eeci worthier all ' Its richest power. : ' ' .' i.- It asks not that the Ravene wing , . ' Shall tinge the locks, or that the'eye Hoed by the sloe 'its glance shall fling Bright as a flash cross evening's sky ; With lightning power. ' '. v . ' ' 'i , "f-;.: ' -.,'' . Nor lhat lbe veiled fece must shine - -" Like marble statue, rich in grace; But that the mind in every line . , Shall leave a bolter, richer trace. : . . -, Engraven there. - . ' ; ' r: . '...'"'" ?'..'-v - . , The first may...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 April 1848

a - . . .'. ft; ) 1 I Wo.' a i' ) I fa. Li "') rllE POLYNESIAN, kf t' I - -i li imil of ilt Ham aiian Go.ernmen Ix. -.t Jmrnalof tbe Hawaiian Government v , I I . i.v.. it l,lll.f E. HITCHCOCK; EDITOR. TERMS. . , per a nam, i advance, 00. 1" iiaira of Advertising. ,.-nr. n " - . i " ...a.. . Aaal IhuiM aaaan aH I AA W mam " '.', ,- ., rv b c-iatiauaac l? ct.; Car ta, no- . v, r f !.mnnuinar,.r irw year, c.fMi; r. , . i ltl . l rarly B'Werliauit; imi 1 ,.' ,'- aiif rx.utnn, '; Hoi eio-edina; oa ', J .11. Yearly aJerUini; limited to lite ad. ,,,aB ln'- , , I 'i,., mt. Tweoijr-fite cent per Iira fur .'v u"' aaJ ' aad ouelMirU cent lor each , j: Jcftn r;iired ' ndrioce. .l1 rif . uy aeaian. H, ,. Iti.To.- - fi D. JarrraftCa . fc'rmaa H rasas tar. Aetna. " A M lallltl. J. II. OleaMMi. r. w. i?irt:T, n!,i !t CARI'KXTER AND JOIN- Ira n P'-irc4 ! reea)i rQpoiU lor ei. f.ii i " r u oi in iboii ilv. l,M'. i Honolulu. Cwnlract- f,',nt U'M itn rropo4l way b aaaiired of .rln'a aiuutHm UIM Hint, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 April 1848

I0 l&h 1-ui.YNEbiAJN, SAiUKlfA, AP11IL 15, 1848. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. APRIL 15. fX?" In another column will be found a com munication signed " Justice," which we cannot but admire for its apparent candor although the burden of it u based upon false premises. The writer's remarks are not particularly compli mentary to our "knowledge," but we can forgive that and gladly admit a communication, which, although not Tery flattering to our rnnity, bears traces of such candid simplicity. The opinions we have advocated respecting the policy to be pursued by government have been formed by careful observation. They have been publish ed from a sincere desire to benefit all classes who dwell in the laud, and to awaken an interest in inauent imprivement. It is a source of gratifi cation to us to know, that many of the views ex pressed by us have met with the cordial appro val of our intelligent readers. Even wise "Jus tice" approves many, while some he does not approve. In this...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 April 1848

. u..m ln the intrntion of the rt Ma" a.b cusf uction of this statute r,iinf mischief, and advancing ,uM increase mischief and thor- -.L ff llir true intention of the kctit, and I he real intention hen j.Vn :iind, viil lisjs prevail over ,, (f ilif' term. Tle rraoon aim I - l w W'H control the Mrict L. , . when '' letter Mould Irad to ,.,, contradiction ami absurdity . ( .m. J,.. 4iJ.) a tnutc," v the Snprxmc tinted Nai-, "I hp intmuon ofl ? r;.vprn, although ub cotilnic- i( rontr ir) to the letter of tlic stat- , - . : ,.t tbi statute, by tlee? sound In-.l rule by rotnpnriMMi with IW ari w&!mm, and relating to .... t. ill it U that ithnut any u !' 'he l ftislature intended to . r i .-lit f i"ui;ijf attachim-at ujmn . fr-m rwry jule and justice in ,v .j.tthc I'ldirc Justin- of Ilon i tin:ii.i"id thus di-pritp ninety -nine . ..i 'ihc kingh'ii of the Imu fit and , j.r.wr? The irnpiMitiMi is tiwi , : i f..r a moment. And if the J nt tbi jKint, pit in; uofur the u1'jrt, e aretlrnrly...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 April 1848

juj I y 1 192 THEi POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY,. APRIL 15, -1848. tElje: Dli0. From tie TJaioa ataciUn. THE NEEDLE, PEN, AND SWORD. XT Ml. L. B. MOOCBXIT. What hast tboa Men villi thy shining eye, Thoa Needle, so subtle and keen 7 I here been in Paradise, stsinless and lair, And fitted the apron of fig-leaves there, ' To the form of hs fallen Queen. The mantles and wimples, the hoods and veils, That the belles of Jodah wore, " ' When their haughty mien and their glance of fire Enkindled the eloqaent prophets ire; . -I helped to fashion of yore. The beaded belt of the Indian maid I have decked with as true a zeal As the gorgeous rnffof the knight of old, v Or the monarch's mantle of purple and gold, . Or the satrap's broidered heel.' , ' - . I hare lent to Beauty new powers to reign At bridal and courtly hall ; . Or, wedded to Fashion, have helped to bind Those gossamer links that the strongest mind Have sometimes held in thralL I faaTe drawn a drop, so round and red, - From the finger, sma...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 April 1848

1 Cm, f. I Ik i am, y-f)t as el " Unt n e, , ", S. .!... " I 'Hi , 1 :,. ' - Jb , ' M !, 'M , ) I . t .1 Ml .b ifi Ml ; 1 fl l ;., ' . U ! f-1. iii I, I. ; It'll S, ,1. rl i.- U d l r cut. . .t : J : $ (HI lib.. I.' ! pit.. M Imi.ij - I St ies .1 , l I u4 ui. Ik. . I ii win if, y i.- . It c d mail tbwv, 1. . fa!' v U id lts I rs sd lilfc-a, Ik n b 1 1 ; !'; j iu 4 f II ( tl It i. lv t ' y 4 f I'-' I t" 1 I' lt .f ft KM f"' re. ,)t.i W it" mi: POLYNESIAN, 1 liwl Journal of ihe Hawaiian Governmer r ,i,.ied weekly at Honolulu, Oabu, II. I. eaBenBBBBBSSni tULKN K. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TtKUS. It 00 a so 1-1 Italr f A4ft?rtUiaE. , it lui fir; iQMTtt'. I,', each ou ,,., o hail Moar (t Iiur or brl ,. rt K rtMimtiiaiM l? Ct ; I. arJa.no. . r-' Uaewc kalf aqaar-t.ttr Ih yar, (Hi 1 W !'. ! early accrtikiiif i . 4il r aiaa. aiUtxi; itot ctcrputiig; one ' ",. i i. Vrlf a4crtiiaf Ituuled to tlte ad k I f-f-'.t-"rf. -T"tjr-C cwiia pr linr1, far ,v ,,w-f ..t. aaJ il aa4 -lJrta ccaia tot each jrfiiw a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 April 1848

JUL IV" I i ft f ! if 194 oxxt Calcn5or. Reported for th Polynesian. SUPERIOR COURT Amil Tih. Chief Justice Ltt and Judges AitDBiw and II on toe beech. John Wiley n. Charles H. Nicholson. This was an action brought upon an attaenment oonu, to recover damage. It appeared in evidence, that the defendant in September last procured an attachment to be issued against the plaintiff, giv ing the bond, on which this suit was brought, to indemnify the plaintiff against all wrong injury. The Marshal, agreeable to tba advice of Nich olson's attorney, proceeded in virtue of the at tachment to enjoin Henry McFarlane, who was owiug Wiley two hundred dollars, not to pay over the money to Wiley, and accordingly it was not twid. But the Marshal finding no property to attach made return to that effect, and Nictiol- eoa discontinued further proceedings on the at tachment. The plaintiff offered evidence to show that by the enjoining of the money in the hands of McFarlane, his business, (that of house-b...

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

i We eery fuilowiaf account of America waale snip uwmirr jrr, andtbe sjbsqieat captivity and r iS aecuoJ officer and six of the l w ,SJt AO I " wi .. miw r.tre of Jan- 14ih. Tb account is u (wee Hw un'r'' of Data via, t947, and was uUib-d in lite "Data- "..f Pec. 2?th. The ssme 'ej'er an ;! arrival uftbo Netherlands merrbDt iffttn:ht Capt. Mattbjsca front r jmf jjinf si Americans, fix: (Jeo. How, n i Hcorjr encer, Murpby e!U, ' U, " n l" l'n(ing to lb late whale error, Cajt. linker, wrecked in the Jap- Iay v1 1 no mrn es- - ...... i ;Vbn dipping Unt," but it pnit'aM that 'he account is all correct goes t cuufirm the opinion expressed mi mhm nwwii b since that tbo wbale- .. airf JcstuM-d t figure largely ia ev ent w open the rU of Japan: y mrritrr, uixlrr mmnHixl of Cant. M,jt J f", 'h rrt of i'oughkcepaie, N. (b Julr, 184S, UmiihI on a whaling On ibe'tflb May, ! m , a ij'reM, in the vicinity of the Jap .,'. t ri-uutrl a heavy gale, at whirb i a whels abwgideal he the ship At alut 10...

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

196 .THE P Q L Y NEB 1 A N". A SIA T U B D A T, ; APRIL 227 T84B. - FM tlM Ita Vontiaf Cfcroakto - JU.THK LANDSCAPE MONOPOLIST. "I'm lordof At eotrit, I'm chief of the ben, I rale Lke a keieer o'er moonUia tad glee t , '' " Thry shall Kt encumber mj jnoorlsad so brown, . Their presence would frighten mj ewiiVsooled deer. Se ike tom, and net nn, ehall be deaixeus here, Aa long my title holds food agsiaetbar, - ' f And all for my pleasure," quoth Baron Braemar. - Tv drained effihe peasaats ; each Mac hat gone forth, There is scarcely Celt aa the hills ef the North; Ta Caaady , Sydney, New Zealaad, the Cape -Whererer it pleased them to make their escape ; Aad left, as I wished, all the acres I owa : To the sheep aad the (rouse, or the red deer alone t Aad I roam o'er my moaatsioa supreme as a Canr, , Aad meet aot a creature," quoth Baroa Braemar, . The lsad is a lovely had green art itt paths. Sublime are its mountains, iu (leas and itt straths, -Aad lair are the torrents that scatter ...

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

I . w - - r - n . . . . : - re . , . . . . f rA4,t :'-'V--- X ' ; : . iN-n-To" 1 otrrf ru.. to li mi r ws bi. l. U K H u -1 t. , r I '4 BoJ ', n lie, 'iff III, U, ! '. Hi n. ni ItttC tf 1 U.. t b. '. . U. l.tt ' i ... If -t ll I. if - I M l.. ! tl s, I 1 I KM i I.J ll V U! 1 ,re Ml i s rb 'f i i i -1 i- 1 nw rilE POLYNESIAN, ,-iV.al iwral of Ibe Hawaiian Government, i4 nOOfcly At llOtSVinitf, USIM, If. I. kiLF.S F HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. I arr tnaa. tm ------ 00 a v r . RAlet r'A4rrtilB. ,,. ( !" l,00. cli co. .alifii ; 'isv (4 tint or W)kiir i c', CMttaa lit et.j Lards, mo I t-t i-.Jif klf ", t f lK yer, t4,00; M kiif cc'mom, i 09 i not rxrrvdiat ant fk iJTfHtfmumt. Twty.B rwili r Iim, for r4Bvf.a,M4 t tai wi foartk null iur csxk ...Ml itfrrlM. . S- . tjLr( UrrUr r rtlir(f to fj ia idflMt. " Is M f Aftntt f.tr 14 Potynctta n. a . ..... ..All A. EV. J. It. ILDER. CARPENTER AND JOIN- rt. prrptraa recia prpoi lor ee- .tt4f icittir or all of tba ab l-n.nche . u . : at i .te. ( nana, m riooo...

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

3 3 1 Si s 108 The Celestial Empirer We copy the following well-Written article respectingthe relations cf England and Chi na from the London Times, oi' Not. 24th. The new appointment to the governorship of Hong Kong betokens probably-, as much change in our Chinese policy as must result Ir jin'thc variations of individual views and dispositions. The successor of Sir John Davis will have the same iuterests to pro tect, and at first the same letter of law to guide him, but he may perhaps be encourag ed in a bolder interpretation of his duty, and he will at least have the advantage of his predecessor's experience" " It is easier to define our present relations with China than to suggest the most expedi ent measures for improving them. By the treaty of Nankin we endeavored to subject an exclusive and semi-barbarous nation to that intercommunion with other countries1 which it had hitherto jealously opposed; no more to their loss than to its own. 1 he dic tation of terms had fallen into ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 April 1848

Fur tW falrasalaa. ,.,, We were interwted in your r. t0? euhject ef imuwrnnu in rff f Apr n- euuieci oi do 'paw' to all t bo feel an interest in tb of our rooaunitjr, iuasraurh uit 'u nor' character an J per-, kirMr. u nu f y nion fit ,',er more evil in the' I jj.,B io tae rvawjr' 01 a uiraire. i be 40 whatever shape or. power it ma be We have jt rlaiKttl at an article in ytian OI'nT,w from kick we aeiid iJhnt I""1'! nl eifiiificaot tenti- uic iibe niopt emneul moral writ; vf pagan and LbrtsAtdts nations: - Jwl Knimr Aujpistua to up-.I'M-kl asnuM-nicuU. aa a rrand Murre ' i erru'Un' Tacit ua aays, "the ticr- ' jirrcrl their purity ly hat inj- no iimii iIhui. 1'lato aaya, "piavs r mhmi, atw -wrven too uw oi uiem, roueura are dan-teroue to morality." jjp 1 illirtm calls the play-house "the la nursery vi ikt'"ih'm aiiu ,1,. k u;ht uot to I tolerated among a (nil' t"" among a Chriafain people. rmpiMMaav'i "no woman of reputation, i I'' ? w "Rg I""" ten li-iie in a . ilarv'rrprt in - roo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 April 1848

ft THE POLYNESIAN; SATURDAY; frPRIL 29, 1848. rtnn 'XI II I Uw - N !--Bg!gBgSgM-l- .11 , II , NIGHT. --rk. e-nkrWkr for Much, among lU content! hat tome line on Night, which are in a fine poetic vein. For example: .... ' Silent and voiceless, answering not, But with a noiseless step, like one Whose eye thou durst not look on ! For out of the darkness and the gloom Shall come to thee in thy lonely room e The secret thought and vision of dread ; And forma of the living with looks of the dead ' Shall rise about the desolate bed ; And fearful words be whispered tbeie ' Of a Night whose endless watchers are ,;; Ever in darkness and despair ; ' And ever changing, eTer the same. Remorse and terror and guilt and shame ; : Ever the same the vision of dread, - -Ever the same the face of the dead, .. , c-' -And ever the same and over all, , ; Speechless, hopeless, like a pall, 7 The look of wo unutterable ! Look yet once'moteV"' thine eya t ' Soar upward, and ryoad the sky. :'. " Comes there a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 May 1848

i!H i. vimm M-M WEI i Vol. 4.1 Brporl or the Hiuietrr of the Interior, fln UtrORE Tlie KINO TO THE HAWAIIAN LEGISLATURE, April 2Htb, 1MB. 'f flU .ViXrt f llrvrttentatiM of the people of the Hawaiian hU ikne the honor to present lo you a Report of the business ron Uu4 with nc Department of tho Interior, for the. year ending . . ...... NaCetbe Jenoary ia, me government Press has been the direction of Chat. K. Hitchcock, Esq., who was appoint or Majesty, thoKine, in the room of James Jackson Jarves, , re5n- At that date Mr. Jarves furnished me with an ac utoftUc Receipts end Disburse menu of his Bureau, during the ,4, prriod he was in office. I now lay that account on the ta t. (L jour information, marked No. 1. You will find on reference , g thai the jtrojs receipts of tbe Government Press, during the 4 as under the management of Mr. Jarves, amounted to the .m4l7:l'i.i', and daring the same period the cross Disburse. tnt"ua!! to 32.230.86; showing an apparent loss to the irnment of C,...

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