ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Polynesian Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,890 items from Polynesian, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,890 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 May 1848

200 YNESIAN. 3 SATURDAY. MAY 6, ,iHE TRUE POLICY. InV ne: aer column will be found a communi cation inviting discussion upon the policy which justice and expediency demand should be pur- Kueu Iiy tne Hawaiian uovcrmueui. ?c uoc repeatedly invited those who differ from, us in opinion and are disposed to complain of the pres ent policy of government to come forward snow the bad results of the present policy and point out the measures which according to their views are better calculated to benefit the whole nation. The Polynesian has always advocated the poli pursued by the government, which ia to encour age the settlement of foreigners admit them by naturalization to all the rights of citizens and to a share in the direction of government. We Lave advocated this policy from a firm convic tion that it is the policy best calculated to pro mote the cultivation of the' Foil make" the peo ple moral encourage industry and advance the permanent prosperity and happiness of the whole nation. T...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 May 1848

..LI miH clezt ol ion F- W ht injury Ibougn un Li r.k- -hore tneiruoai "- Tb l'Bt Puor encourag- " hifiitr ewneto toe conclusion b,!LJt ne Ht for in to take r pfirmtM.n and coonvi- r .1 am ''TtiitcJc-lM'ly fre amooth tune " After waiting a few mo- , fr'fi he worst alternative the Kj for the breakers. A we ap pall rver.alion cce-ed; we frit was alW' wrumnsi '" ater. riiJity r "itenance in painfully the r ritei..ei.t of our burc roller lift the little boat im umlinc water, and !". ? s E ! Hvl on. Scarce baJ the inJed to heaven for prerya TJanJ children were safely landed K .;,wh! tinon the beach with 'irhcr thero fnnn the burning rays e.f t - --a. aasrsss II lain. 'fentlemen. Captain and erew, ITis. saving irovWon and baggage 7k when the sea had tanmie m ZJtrfir. Same of the aaihjand saved, by f nU eenwg eomrnouiout aoa jar the " ' j;T.l T m -nl -Hi 1-7 I- -t MnnrtMl th.t 1 " ... distance into the interior of r'Lj "7 -'1in be bad en two V. TLi inirllijenre wa fur the . r.., !! nur r o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 May 1848

I? JM jMM$ sTl N aglx 0 RS a ty: ar at.j 1 848. S' s -iir - "t - - - . - - - ; ; , 'NATURE. ' . I love ihec, Nature love thee well. - Io runny Book aad twilight dell, , f Where birds and been and blossoms dwell, And leaes and flowers And winds in low sweet voices tell, , r 'Of happy hours. :;..- . ' '" '- I Jove thy clear and runnng streams, : -Which mildly flash with silver gleams, Or darkly lie, like shadow dreams, : ' While every wave with beauty teems, , , " ". And smiles delight. ; s . ' - I love tby forest, deep and lone, Where twilight shades are ever thrown, . And murmuring windsyath solemn tone, Go slowly by. Sending a peal like eceaa moan, ' v- - Along the sky. ' . .f . .i : : 1 love to watch jit close of day, ' The heavens' in splendor melt away,'. , From radiant gold to silver gray, r As'sioks the sun; - While stars upon their trackless way, , . .. ;i . , . Coine one by one. -.- -. .'-li.;.-.. . ; I love I know not which the best, , The little wood-bird in its nest, ; ;,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 May 1848

.i 11 a. HI f r a ItU' 1 1 . ,eK ... a i I ft - !.r f 0 a- J its K.T .1 Report ef the SlinUtcr of Finance, ' . irrt-BE THE KING TO THE HAWAIIAN LEGISLATURE . April 2Mb, Iff 18. to.YMrt and Rprtitttttt in Ltgislatitt Council astern- IjiounJ of Hit Majesty the King, it becomes my agreeable y ..... If twtff4 rift Ik A l)Htiat4man C f ! j h Uf nflTt j " ..j....u.vuiwi finance lor " '.Jin 3 1st March, R.ffi of Treasury have been, v pureinf nti, - - " " $155,158.13 - 143,594.14 , .ire a balafiee in favor of the Treasury of $1 1 ,503.99 , jour information full detail of the sources of Rev li t.e item t'f Expenditure, Exhibit A. The princioa '1 rftnerf ac of Revenue during the past jear, have been l-r iffn Goodt, Sale ol 1.3 nd, and the proceeds of the Ti. ncn 11 "n w "c rnwcoi education k f aevcral yean part this Tax has been assigned to Tof $coh. and although there is no evidence .that it 1 the LrtofScSiO"! ana aunouga uivrv is no cvwence .mat it has rCfjithfullrappSieJ during the past th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 May 1848

206 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MAY-, 13, -1848, THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. MAY 13. MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES, la onr last number we published the con- rent of treat? of peace between Mexico and the United States At the latest dates from Washington this treaty had been received by the Executive and laid before the Senate. Its sev eral clause had been discussed, and some mate rial modifications had been made. It was thought the Senate would ratify it with these modifica- The neace oartv was strong, and tnoagn opposition was made to the treaty on the ground tk.t Mr. Trist havin been readied possessed i power to negotiate, it was thought the desire tor waaee would incline the Senate to overlook .1 :j.-,.,.i;t; .ml ratify the treaty. After imwi uioumvo J - iu 'ratification by theU. S. government some ti.n must elaose before the Mexican govern ment will ratify it. The modifications made in the U. S. Senate will have to be discussed by the Mexican powers, and it is to be feared ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 May 1848

. . ft, 4 r party, b irrmvediatelj consent u a, though he bad earned with him have U" s"'' lJ- arrival ' ' pnutue, ft il hi service claim our "!VJkiH Wirtwrnu of gratitude. If we !tc lb t'i' f on '"M direction if,(.NMi vMibovit b or similar aitance nuld w do!, exhauMed M they aa, l-roin nlarnvi f' their safety end ' , OMf . m eiertions to get on Ut could. hi htrice fru,M '1lwon "bile ' . uimmi iu bk Mme water wa found .though very UrwU-n . K str.it- ,;iuai.on, qtl rvfiewhiii: aud tr which ,,vr drank freely .nd til k-d up tbrir U.t U 4 u'rWk, or after, our jnuroey refund d continued until night, w hen e w.itni f..f Umj huhmi to ric. . Shortly r ,,(ufU we dasroverd lb Crc near tb f .l Mi. and a little before thia, water in P .. i . i it I u:. .1. ' J wT. DKira lixru y vv-n, auuv.Hn.iM .ir.k A'owt o rtiKi me ntonn roe . l l l .U . J i 43 ruUrI up mmmi iy int -v-i icv-i k i.i.l fallen u!n our ery eyelid and ei- L..J fram-. and ur wsarrh resumed. wKW gate wit Mini leewe ngni, ana :.n lik...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 May 1848

JU1 Ti ! a ) 1 t V. I THE LOAFER'S LYRIC. ;: The diDoer-bell, iht diiCT-bell , .; Is ringing loud and den I -. " Throagh hill and plain, through street and lane, It echoes tar and hear! v f 1 ' , v' From curtained hall, and whitewashed aldlf;' ' .WbeiercVinm can hide'. ' ' ; '.' Like bursting waves' from ocean cares, ".- " '. ,' They float upon the tide. i, I smell the small ef roasted focal J ; . .' ' I hetthe hissing fry! .-y. ; ! The beggers know where they can go, " But where, oh, where .pnall It V, ' ' At twelve 'clock, men tojeklny hand" j . . At two, they only stare, . . , t; , ' : ' And eya me with a fearful look, , - As if I was a bear 1 r . -' . The poet lays his laurels do, ' , ' . And hastens to his greens : ' : . The happy tailor quiu his goose :. ". 7 To not on his beans j . . . The weary oiler snaps his thread . ; The printer leave his pi ; -: . . ' His Tery devil has a home " Bat what, oh, what have II ' lletbinka I hear an angel voice, , I . That soltly seems to say...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 May 1848

71 Tin T "V T irT11PT k TS.T " l,u Journal of the Hawaiian tiovcnmeat. ., . sh-J hccLIt at Houulula, Oahu, II. 1. til-' KLF.S . HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. . f ,y pt as.am. ia aHnc, St oo '. r..ty n months, in a Wanee, ....... i o ,: c '!, 2 Rates of Adertiia. , virf, (I It""). fift insert". Si,!), each mi. it cts ; op half Kjaara (H liar or lea), nrl M. j i ci , each realiauance li, ct.; Cards, no .'al ricmlin? one bill taare,bT the joar,.,ni; ,,-r-,iiu.' ttut square, tlO.tM. Yearly alertisiaf not i,u . u- bill column, SiO.nfl; h nrretlins; sue j, v-fi u.i. Vrarly aitrertiMBj limited to tbe aJ- rll I. vj ". i trrrttrmrnU.-Tsrealy-fire reals per line, for ra HiM-rtwa, a ad ail a ad one-fourth eruU for each vnl insertion. Uf-tit alrrrtisert are required ta ajr ia aJvance. Aftrnttjor A PvljfUn. N. rilMia Satsciaco, A'ar4 onta. LvHI oil.. Vusrssst. J.ll. t.ki f. W. VINCKXT, ILPKK. CARPENTER AND JOIN- R.i prepared to rerris prepoeils for eie- order in either or all of the. above brunches ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 May 1848

dling to restrict your pleasures. You be lieve that society has a right to correct its evils, but that it has no power to prevent them. In the face of all the facts you do not admit the evil of that which leads only to evil. You are inconsistent. You know that your companion in driuking is a most fair candidate fur ruin, that his friends and the community are destined to suffering and loss on that occount. Observation has repeated ly proved the proposition. The medical men of America,' and hundreds from England and Scotland have testified to the poisonous na ture of alcohol and its deleterious effect in the smallest as well as the largest quantities. History has recorded its testimony against the beverajre. There is no extenuation of the custom. If you admit the right of socie ty to prevent the extreme of an evil, it has al so the right to prevent its mean. .Ury up the fountain if you would stop the flowing stream. I grant, said the French captain, that the ', king has a right to gu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 May 1848

Y v ii II Tin: roi.YNKl.N. I V' itiiiiiuiu( I 4tilt'tlf r.tlmf the P.ihncinan nwi( liuiul-rr. Our wJrw will HOI rrtunrk the improved appearance f tbe jt numUr. Our term f i;lTitin ml uf aWrrtiaittg Willi fouifl r first r , Our term are etrrriH ly bw n.inpar- ' tthrr journal jlJilil in l" rt of f i eJH'ciwlly w bcti the fact 'h Ht y I 'id that each wumlwr contain more ( V il amount f rrmlim matter given trtlK-r ajwr mblihrJ. here. Not- L 'fA lnif tbe ripr-ft uf publication in " M . . . ........ v- i . 4,oil w bat it i in me i mini tatca f . tJirf aJrrlinjr are inucb more liberal I thiM of iinna d" lbi American paper, Jn ur li-rini f uMrriptioii are Itut a little te. Tbr lowr jirirB tiu mi alotcil in , ii-r ! aiTord all lb privilege of a ool family -.ajor. Sitoato.l a we arr isolate from t.rval rtni f ibe Ini.y wrbl hc fi I tin- , r.ity of antr nwa?e to keep u iuforme! of ,, r-.it transpiring in other liml. The Polv ale from it MIitcal character, aiij l tin nw.Ii-rn of roin nunU'atton...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 May 1848

Sljc CDlio. TRYING TO, PLEASE EVERYBODY. HISTl TO EDIT0B8. Om reader cries, your strata's too grave, Too much morality you have, Too much about religion ;' Give me some witch and wizard tales, Of slip-shod ghosts w.th fins and scales, And feathers lite a pigeon. I love to read, another cries, Thne monstroas fashionable lies In other words, those novels, Composed of Lings, and priests and lords. Of border-wars, and Gothic hordes That used to live in hovels. No, no cries one, we've hail enough Of such confounded lure-sick stuff To craze the fair creatioa ; Give os some recent foreign news Of Russians, Turks, the Poles, or Jews, ' Or any other nation. lite man of dull, scholastic lore Would like In see a little more Of first-rate scraps of Latin ; The grocer lain would learn the price Of tea and sugar, froit and rice ; The draper, silk and satin. A not her erics, I want more fun, A witty anecdote or pan, A rcLos or a riddle ; Shim wish for parliamentary news, . And some, perhaps, of wi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 May 1848

f II Vol. .1.1 Till: POLYNESIAN, T 0.)(,,. Jeorwalot the Hawaiian Got minimi, ,. rMfc4 weehl, at llow-Uln. Oaho. II. I. tilUlW K. HITCHCOCK, KDITUIl. ti:k us. - St IMt lU. -rf r-' , " " - , - 3 M Hair ef AJerti4ac. !' (' hoeel. inectso. ei.no. each , ir i owe ' nrl vcimm . ronueoenre ll et. Carvla, mo " a.t ,rreJiaewe hall 1 Ihe )ear, ea.uuj .4ae '. Veort) wltertiaiaf mm ,.'.. hail . 1 'lWll ...;.. i'M Yearly aJtertin limited in tb J VTnfr's MiUWI lr'trmenl Tsrenly-ne cents per line, foe ,w'sr.4 wtipi, aed ait aaJ Me-(rlB orate o each Tr.K aleeruaers teoatred r-7 edtance. J r nit for tkt I'vlf tian. ,..it II ' ets. ,. S l)n(', II. i. ' ! limw, a'4A Oaiilh. i. M aaaa. J. II. lroo. C. Y. V IXC KMT. IV H I!JKH. CARPENTER AN1 JOIN- I it m MMtN I receiee Mopoatia for ee. cf.Ur either m all of the ehore branches ( .ie., r-, '. " Honolulu. Contract. .j,, frier hies propoeale may he assured ot DM ijoediate etteeiien to the mom, aal tbat bia ,M..4iU nla)s he opoo leroa aa reasonable . ra he ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 May 1848

6 Biographical Skctc!)C0. LORD JOHN RUSSELL. We know of no better way to contribute to the Usefulness of our paper than by publishing a se ries of Biographical Sketches of distinguished men. We pare last week a sketch of the life of FJihu Rurritt, the Learned Bclaksmith; in the present numlier we give a biographical sketch of Lord John Russell, the principal incidents of whoe life we glean from nn article published in the New World in 1842. This nobleman is a descendant of one of the oldest and most illustrious families of England He is the third son of the late Duke of Bedford, and brother to the present Duke. In the year 1583, during the reign of Henry theSth, one of bis ancestors, a zealous supjiorterof the Refor mation, was created Baron Russell; and subse quently the title of Earl of Bedford was confer red upon the head of the family by Queen Eliz abeth, and that of Marquis of Tavistock and Duke of Bedford by William the 3d. The Rus sell hare always been consistent supporters o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 May 1848

1 A.TISTICAL INFORMATION. - tA the rreat stacnation in the news market we are induced to present our readers with a chapter of statistical information, com . mum t vmrvo. Many of the tallies IHnius - re given will be found valuable as a matter .of ref erence. for want of a knowledge ot tne duiercnce in .:ht and measures in different countries, peo- ,le are liable to make mistakes in the actual pri- of articles in uiuerem marim. w -w of the state in the American Union a lshel of wheat is required to weigh CO pounds, ltin England it is required to weign to lbs., hence hi comparing the jwice per bushel in Eng land with the price in the U. S. it is necessary to the difference of weight into consideration. Th following is a comet statement in mcrican bushels of the various European lw..nrciof rrain. The first column of figures contains the number of Iwishels, the second the huixlnfUb part of busncU: . Enj:lih quarter, - -fri'liiA imnenal lmhbel, - 8 23 1 4 - 87 15 83 37 - 91 43 - 105 71 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 May 1848

8 vtljc (DUo. THE COMMON LOT. Ouc, in the flight of ages past, Tbere lived a man : and who was he 7 Mortal! howe'er thy lot be cast, That man resembled thee. Unknown the region of his birth, The land in which he died unknown : Hi name has perished from the earth . This troth sum res alone. That joy, and grief, and hope, and fear, Alternate triumphed in his breast ; Hi bliss and wo a smile, a tear! Oblivion hides the rest.' The bounding pnlse, the languid limb, The changing spirits' rise and fall ; We know that these were felt by him, Forthesearefeltbyall. . He suffered but his pangs are o'er ; Enjoyed but his delights are fled ; Had friends his friends are now do more ; And foes his foes are dead. He loved but whom he loved the grave Hath lost in its unconscious womb ; O she was fair! but nought could save Her beauty from the tomb. He saw whatever thou hast seen ; Encountered all that troubles fUee ; He was whaicver-thou hast been ; He 13 what thou shall be. The rolling seasons, day...

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

Vol. 5.1 HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1848. No. 3. 'I THE POLYNESIAN. T,,Otli.ial Journal of the Hawaiian twnrrrntncni, ',, p-jMirbcd weekly at Honolulu, Oabii, II. I. nilUl.KS K. HITCHCOCK, KlJlTOK. TERMS. iVk ;) per """. sdf ssce, - i moat h, in advance,- - . coiwea. - . ( 00 . . . 3 Ml .. lift Rates of Advertilnt. ,.,.,, .6 lineal. hr. le.evtioe.ei.nn.eoch con. ' J,,..- me half anusee M lis let. tir.l ""A A i. contm-awe lift Car.la.no. ' ". v, nl n -red.s one blt sonare. l.y the year, ..-., ni mi- sonar. '"'J " ... uaj "" nuwu. ! Utl : R41 rarefu.ua- mr . . .. . . .r!T B.ITL II I.IU J IIUIILI U .1 . ... - j 1. ... .1... ..I ""r .i I (i-rr.. -Twenty lire cents per line, for . ..... ...wri...u aul si sd oe.tortb cents hr each I. .1.. SI . i r ----- f,, aJert.is re rtre! la pay advance. Lf r"',", llyrna. l .. I d ni.iN. nMfwa, - lL... . ii r.i- K I lit. iu, r4A "Mill. Woftrsast. J. II. Ulrmmm. c. w. vincent. hi it iiKll. CAUPENTF.Il AND JOIN- hill .. um.tPld to rec.e proposes fur exe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 June 1848

10 J3iograp!)ical Skctcljcs. CHARLES JAMES FOX. The Right Honorable Charles James Fox was third son of the Right Honorable Henry Fox, afterwards Lord HollaRd,and of Lady Georgians Caroline Fox, eldest daughter of Charles, sec ond Duke of Richmond. He was born Janua ry 24th, 1749. Mr. Fox received his education at Eton; and the favorite studies of that place had more than ordinary influence orer his tastes and literary pursuits in'after life. Before he left school, hi father was "so imprudent as to carry hiin to Paris tend Spa. To bis early associations at the 'lat ter place may lie ascribed that projiensity to gaming, which was the bane of two-thirds of his after life.'" , ., , - ...,: .. ,. At Oxford Mr. Fox distinguished himself by his powers of application, as well as by the in tuitive, quickness of bis parts. ; On quitting the university, he accompanied his father and moth er to the south of Europe." Not finding a good Italian master at Naples, he taught himself that language du...

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

fftuSLT XIuPOHTAIiT XIX .i,r fias i:rpr Rcvwlatitva la France !l - rilia-AUark Zm the TaH'r r If- RMI aa G.eraenl trf)le1 Declaration f Mar aata. Aalria 4.eaer Rfto. aliwa liarap EaiUawl and 1'nitcd - Mir- RaliacaUaa f Treaty f Peace ; tt ibe Starling from Mazatlan we hv)re tr;,rj Un-r new fmtu Kurope and the United Nate, revolution n,u lrLrn ut in Kranre, 1 4(Ui Fbillipjw baa abdicated the tbnine nw a rrfure in a foreign land. The hy f Trance ba fallen before ine ut the pmI iiiiultneu. leeniter Jet unerctfd l4t.rriik Hjur force, that ever agitated rnufl '?' I Ibe band of a (treat nation. v rrfonn banquet baJ extruded to such an (llr,llillat earl in I Vlaruary, the (overmnrnt J,f UrrJ the r .rni dinner illegal. Tbi hi tJ(, lmK-.Site eau rf lie revolution, all the i,,rtiruNr of which we bare ito: room to five We c"v the f..lln itig from the ilrilan "rflVboarj Jilh: O a (xt ba bitbert., brought only inlelli rr f ibe jtreml of insurrection . of the dia ;iiMt of the National (iuarda, of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 June 1848

II ift 12 Ijc (DUo. HOME. There is a land, of every land the pride, ; Beloved hy heaven oer all the world beside ; Where brighter suns dispense serener light, , And milder moons emparadise the night ; ' A land of beauty, virtue, valor, troth, Time-tutored age, and love-exalted youth : The wandering mariner whose eye explores The wealthiest isles, the most enchanting shores, Views not a realm, so bountiful and fair. Nor breathes the spint of a purer air"5 In every clime the magnet ol his soul, Touched by remonstrance, trembles to that pole ; For in this land of heaven's pecuhar grace, " The heritage of nature's noblest race, There is a spot of earth supremely blest, A dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest, Where man, creation's tyrant, easts aside , His sword and sceptre, pageantry and pride, While in his softened looks benignly blend The sire, the son, the husband, brother, friend ; Here woman reigns ; the mother, daughter, wife, Strew with fresh flowers the narrow way of life ! In...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 June 1848

! ' . it. rrl- TTaaav Vol. &i riiK POLYNESIAN. . i'u,I Journal of the Hawaiian Cuvcrnmcut, w .-i"! U. " ,,'olu,a. ". H. 1. ltKUK K- HITCHCOCK. KDITOtt. TF.lt MS. .. . . I . . nf - . t Oft - - X (0 12. it. -I" , .M,ibv aJtauce, c t 'i'" """"" Kale .aieritlBg. . ..,. 1 1 imm-, ia-jern... l,oa. each riw. it I - . 1 .... . 1 ' I n ( rl v-eJ-7 "-" . '"- Jr, f.im; ii'S l0 4W- 'ladertimBi "'". .. ..1 ktil -'uiun, '(; lutt eaeredtaa; oik " J i.m rHy a-Uifiri? limited to lli J. ' .',1. . Mm.-. , M ,r . iiu if -T'i) -Bve cent pet line, fur J'- .. i tr--i" aiJ aoe-loanh hreacb JJirt ! r.j 1 1 .-r it vr ii required la my aJviixe. a J .'(Mltur iLt I'ulynctui. j L.l l 1 .... w , iro, v am noma. .'il A Lull-- MirK1i. J. II. I. W. VI5irK7!T, HnUl.U. CAUPl'A'TKR AN1 JOIN- lilK.i prrptrrd t rri propoail for fie. ,,,, r.k' ii rihr r all cif I ha alxv bruirbea ' ' tu' HMMlula. Coutract- -. !' "' P'op0"' n,ay l aaaured ol j", ,nraut attention to ihe ume, and that hit urt.ill aUaya b pa larm aa rraau...

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