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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 June 1848

14 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. JUNE. 10. Revolution in France. The intelligence received from France is of a nature calculated to astound every one. The most visionary political speculator would never have dreamed of a revolution in France pro ceeding with such electric speed. The revolu ttonary tendency of the nation-he petulauce of political parties and the exciteable temper of the people might have led some to anticipate dis tort ances on the decease of the " present sove reign; but during the life of the most subtle of i Kings strengthened by alliances with nearly alt the kingdoms of the worlds-supported by a military force of half a million of soldiers his patace protected by impenetrable barriers from foreign and domestic oca, .the most - distrustful politician must have regarded the throne ofl Louis Philippe as safe from all the casualties which shatter diadem. - But, notwithstanding all these shields,' the whole system of govern ment in France has vanished as sudden ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 June 1848

THE POr.VlVRSiAx: SATimnAV .tittvf, in: 1848. 15 - . II r. .t It I . . ' . We rim - for repra! of taxation we . . . . i.t j i - A n? w raised t the bij IB . - iM)ttiiunftl ami ministry - .a.S4liiy aao lurww it on ercrrl 7b rwvtitry ill a rtnlara I his; lltrtJ ,..'" grr iai rmlW ia all the gfral tmvi. " ! Kewaell II. ta all likelihood, ,l ""'.r rral lirr at thai "prsssara (rwa without," i,hb. ta aiug aa lacrt muitler, he bat I J.atfwsAil tilkftiu in iintiavtmf v,rvt'" riv I ! Murders, ris atwl roldiertes were ,fT r,prr Jay orruirences. The 'IViteJ ' fcnun ',rn,y -vows puT" of rrlicllioo l,u r dexUree iIm re is im agitation for Ire- ,, f .rre of aritr; ttat violence i lier only 9 that be mut I torn from England; and k ''t'rff xanl in the country, for he can '"ni on the support of any other class, 4 I tau;ht thai doctrine together with the t bf rm,m onr ,lrrt fro,n that wr: ai trrrrouiUIle dita&Wtinuuf Ibia people k. i K-. - 7 - " Jrura ago lor bough of late a ltd soive llrd poauag...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 June 1848

lo T . ' ;; ' happiness. ".;"-'' ' Whether in crowds or solitudes, in streets ' ' , Or shady groves, dwelt happiness, it seems In vain to ask ; her nature makes it vain ' j , Though poets muck, and hermits, talked and sung Of brooks and crystal foams, and weeping dews, And myrtle l-owers, and solitary rales, ' ' ' 'And with the nymph made assignations there, And wooed her with die love-sick oaten reed; . Jlnd sages too, although less positive, . ; t; Advised their sons to court ber in the shade. i ' Delirious bahMe all ! ' Was happiness, ; ' ' ' Was self-approving, God approviug joy, - In drops of dew, however pare? in gales,' However sweet 1 in wells, however clear? Or groves, however thick with verdant shade? True, these were of themselves exceeding fair ;" How fair at mora and even! worthy the walk - Of loftiest mind, and gave, when all within , '. " Was right, a feast of overflowing bliss ; i ' Bnt were the occasion, not the canse of joy. ! '' They waked the native fountains of ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 June 1848

-V f a? l 1 rilK POLYNESIAN, , t,. Journal ( la llawauaa ovcrninBt, :"f'lH J Hlula, t)4ltit, 11. 1. ,iivut HITCHCOCK. ED1TOK. TERMS. ,t aai. Iraaee, . . , m lh, Janee, oo S M I2 Itate of A4trrlMK. i intra). tirt erIMm. l ,00, ech COO- f - !' t" trt ' Hf) Uar.l. nn. " " ,.j ,i rr l.mwtlia'l hy the fir, M.00; j .Mir ft!', flP.w. I cwriy uinim not .-. hiil cola". iiOil; nt eirvedini ne , . .'n i. Vflf Jrriiiul limited to the d- I a.iar.. "' r '.'..riariiti -TaretT-8e cent, per ho, for .. ,,-tu-n. aiJ an4 e-lwrtn eeata toreacn Kl aw-0. . . Ini 1 trti'Vf are required to pay ta advance. I.. d .lfe' PtJymtmU. . . II n awiataa). .., - ... ip. jarrcaai .w. h r"" p ranr nit. raa,. .War Mm ilk. J. ll.UIca t...ri. r. v. vim'kxt, . . .... . tl lt Ttt 4 VII lAfT I) i n prr? ir J In reci propoaii lor cic- J..4. m either or all of th abote bn.nchea '...-.. at h' ol !.. I loooluU. Contract . i.iut ! propoaU may b asaured oi teuiioa i ik aame. and that hit ., ! o pon term a rcaaonattle ohianwtJ ai aa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 June 1848

18 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. JUNE. 17. Great Britain. Since our last publication we have received per 'Constance dates from London to the 17th of March. The agitation against the income tax continued. Many public meeting had been held, at which speeches were made expressing strong disapprobation of the imposition of the income tax. A large deduction from the esti mates, a' rigid investigation of the national ex penses and the most rigid economy was demand ed of Parliament. The projiosed increase of the income tax had created great excitement and numerous petitions against it have been presented. Instead of be ing satisfied with the relinquishment by govern ment of the proposed addition, the agitators de mand its entire abolition. ; The Chancellor of the Exchequer presented a supplementary Budget as an amendment to that brought forward by Lord John Russell. The right honorable gentleman said, that from 2,900,000 which appeared as the excess of ex penditure over income on th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 June 1848

i 1 Court Xruft. . VrJneIay, iIm lAtk lnL CI Curte arfoiMl1"" - II. B. M.s Consul Gen K., acting Royal Danish Miiotl f ,ne officers of II. B. M.'s vh; Constance, bad audience of the King. the rbief officers of Ftate, the high Chief, ,th inrir ladies, th young Chiefs were in attend n' Con"! Cenrral Miller reented Captain rtrMJiy to the Ring. The gallant captain ci H' Mrfy 10 ,nr following effect : I f.tl l' satisfaction in leing presented Mir Majesty '' ,De reirescntative of the lj '-m sovereign 'n tu' hingdoin, 'mI avail -If of "the oportuiiity to state to your Majes "Thtf tl(. imo wrtraii ami easts or sculpture, u h-J f" ,hc ,',cr nJ cooveyeJ to the i"T thin iimniing, were csmfslcd tu my care 1 Bear Admiral llnilyt the Conimamlrr-in-trf the Hritish Niuadron on thin station, I B" I I.. . 1 .l to ili-liver tbein in the manner 11 i .utf frenli.e la Vnur Maim.lv tit lbs! UU " F' - J J rv i,ortrait of the King of Prussia was sent the AIntir1 through the Foreign Office in . u- that of Ad...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 June 1848

Of 20 PRESS ON-' J 1 BT PABC BE3JAJ1I. Pres oo ! there's no such word as fail ; . . Press nobly on ! the goal is near Ascend the mountain ! breast the gale ! Look upward, onvcarJ never fear I Why should'st thou fear? Heaven smiles above, Though storm and vapor intervene ; That sun shines on, whose oame is Love, " Serenely 'er life's shadowed scene. Press on ! sormount the rocky steeps j Climb boldly o'er '.he torrent's arch . lie fails alone who feebly creeps He wius who dares the hero's march. Be thou a hero ! let thy might .: Tramp on eternal snows iu way, And through the ebon walls of night Hew down a passage nnto day. Press on ! if once and twice thy feel Slip back and stumble, harder try ; From him who never dreads to meet Danger and death, they're sure to fly. . -To coward ranks the bullet speeds, : While on their breasts who never quail : ' GVams (guardian of chivalric deeds) Bright courage like a coat of mail. Press on ! if fortune plays thee false To-day, to-morrow she'll b...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 June 1848

9 7 rill-: POLYNESIAN, ii-ul Journal of lh Hawaiian Government, ?biilw ekly IImhIuIu, Oabu, II. . tlUULKS K. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. . - 00 - - - 3 JO ... 12, ,t -i') w "jnll"., , - Italra of A4erliiac. trfvjiif. (I rl loseriM. rich enm- ,. '! ; balf t"are ( lfne of !), fart ' rt, M '-. ""' Hi ela.j Can1n.no. L td ' lrn" -nr-J- Tweaty-Se eetila per Jin, Tor lSf t.t ,aw-riKn, aad aia aad oae-foarth cealt (or each ,. wal iaWtiM. f:js.rai aJrtir ar required lo pay in advance. I. tt Afnttfnr Ikt Vynria. I ,t . aatalna. HMT. . - VJ. If. Jar Itti-. T.S.M. .writ A MtfSTsaht. J. II. (ilrasua. V, W. VIXCKXT, pi-lUKR.U;.KI,KXTKR AND JOIN I) i d prratred to reroivo propoaila for exe M.r fJcr io either or all of the above brunette ,4 t,aii-. 0,,, "onoiuiu. v ontract- o' m I"."' "" ,,n Pr"P0l b assured oi hit, eaW"! attention lo I bo tame, and tbat his c.t.' ? po reasonable rta Msiil at any otber establishment. Hi Ik. !!" f"f Snt Jn g ire unsurpassed, and hia work tH f ,hf nr" Anr voHt entrust...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 June 1848

I . 4 i I I $ i X i A - ft 1 v I 8! 22 , Biographical Sketches. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. The following brief Biographical Sketch of the venerable John Quincy Adams is taken from a speech made in the United States Senate on the occasion of his death by the Hon. John Da vis of Massachusetts. After recounting the par ticulars of Mr.- Adams' death, the speaker pro ceeded thus: 'He wu born in the then Province of Massa chusetts, when she was girding herself for the great Revolutionary struggle which was then be- fore her. His parentage is too well known to i need even an allusion; yet I may be pardoned if : I say :that his father seemed born to aid in the - establishment of our free government, and his mother was a suitable companion and co-laborer of such a patriot; the cradle hymns of the child "" were the songs of liberty. The power and com petence of man for self-government were the topics which he most frequently beard discussed , by the wise men of the day, and the inspira . tion thus ca...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 June 1848

t ik tJr t ntraci tbo follow ing from the 'Illus- rtinl lAMtin eva' 01 .-iiarrn -tin, wniru p fknoMr u blijrations to 'Hayden's p,rti.ii,7 or of char acter : ,aii The olmosiou ordinances regarding . lrfr.. aixl re-conatmctioo of the Chamber of Vptir. Jv 26. KrlutiHiriniWl July 27. C,;rtKliu Pn hrtvteen the populace (ul uni' a!"' National Cuard) ami the ih r nnninue three clava till July 30. I 'baric retires) to Kamttouillet; flight of Vmi.trv July 30. IV )iuke of Orleans (Louis Philippe I.) ac ,,i.ilif'nitii Aug. 9. ( (,,rl. . retires to England Aug. 17. Polirnae an J other late Minister are found ,1m. atJ sentenced to periw-tual imprisonment IM-.'JI. ,,,jj.M. Caimir Perier introduces; the pro of law for the atiolitioa of the hereditary frrnf Aug. i UIuhi decreed by Uth Chambers; that J i IVers (3t rew Peer Iwing created) con ferring ly a majority of 103 to 70 Dec. 27. !:. NspoleW aon, the Duke of Reich ,4i, f.Hiw riy the king of Uome.riie atSctxrn-j,-Mnn. in Autna, July 4L C'brl- V...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 June 1848

24 lic lio. KEEP COOL. J- The following few line were taken from the Poem delivered bofore the Mercantile Library Association, Bos- Ion, by Mr. Dix : Keep cool ! the secret of success in life Rise not in haste excitement, bustle, strife, This 'bolting dinners,' hurrying to mid fro ; . Keeping op one continued, constant 'go Taking your pleasure jaunts at railroad speed, And never stopping aught to fee or heed ; This going to China just to have a chat, . Taking but one clean dickey in your hat ; These are the features of the times, I own, That give to modern life its zest and tone ; But do they bring us real, genuine joy, True happiness, unmixed with base alloy ? Keep cool ! don't strive for sudden wealth too fast ; Fortunes, quick made, are seldom known to last, Like wat'ry bubbles that in air revolves, A breath but makes them and a breath dissolves ; Write letters, if you've any time to waste, " But don't, I pray, subscribe yourself 'in haste;' Men have len known their hopes in life...

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

, ii nr, A'- I A W- 0 Vol. 5.1 THE POLYNESIAN, Tas 0 Vil Jternelef Hawaiiaa Government, sublwhe.l weekly at HaoeJiilu. Oahu. II. I. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK. EDITOR. TERMS. Oa copy tseeia, eatence, -- 00 (1c.,py n msnth, it nJtance, . ...... 3 so ..aci-fiea.- - -. M Rate t Advertislas; , 0t ire, (!'" iruun, 1,00, each coo . .. ii ct ; 'f , ( ies or les), firl rtio. eis., each CMimiiw IS cm.; Carda.no. ex. " qw . r the year, S6.00; ' 4fVriia( lO.Ofl. Yearly advertising not Ir-eJ'" "' WOtf ; Mot esceediac one iiMt tCJ.91. Yearly e-lert..inj limited lo ike ad- Isld A irrrhif4U.Trnlf-nri reals nr line, for m art " mBa MX one-fourth cent for each ..SSt lUCTItOn. Traan .ertiser repaired le pay in ad ranee. Aftntifor Ike Pol faction. Nils. ' T.ir. Fumm. a. t sascisce, ara Amu a. tKwil Coltis. Moarsssv. J. II. Vleeana. c. w. vis cent, UlLPKR, CARPENTER AND JOIN ER, prepared to receive preposils Tor ese- . ... ..tttA. A. .11 nl t K .ft.. l r- nrti.a r tafcrv at an old atand. in Honolulu. Contrac...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 July 1848

26 ' From our Extra of Monday morning, June 26 Important from Great Britain Peace in France Revolution in Prussia Flight of the Kins Reform in Austria Death of the I Emperor of Russia Revolt in Poland Revolt in Sicily United istates Prospect of Peace Mexico, Ac. Ac. Arrived at Hilo Bay, Hawaiian Islands on the 16th inst. the U. S. sloop Preble, James Glynn, Commander, twenty-two dnys from San Bias, bound to East Indies with Commodore Geisiu- ger as a passenger, to assume the command of the U. S. squadron upon that station. By 4he arrival of the U, S, ship. Preble, Capt, Glynn, 22 days from San Bias we have receiv ed later and most important news from Europe. All Eurooe is in a ferment. The dates from Europe are to the 3d of April. The dates from the United States are to the 24th of April. Through the politeness of F. W. Thompson, Esq., Capt. Glynn1 and Messrs. Pitman and Rice of Hilo, we are enabled to present our readers with a summary of the principal events. Great Britain. The Br...

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

n1. f on mor vacant not P"" I . ' -. taa-fc-l M. t.tm IDA W VI IM VW WW HWIII in. f .w- L.t rrru JaiUms, ibe steamer from Val- . at Callaoon the 9th of every u J" JO )' nJlbe nwrlron, rana- an - - - " , in on the 13th and 14thre-pec- ' -.v rrl.r. . ,r ,' wr f 1 200 tons atvl MS guna, con- K i .h Tnitrd State fr the government i . rnrJ early in the year. , i r'i r IWIUI - i- ..ur lat we omitted, from want of t0 m,tir tbe particular of the Kinj's n.g .r.ihe l.latxlof Kauai, on the 20th .,il,tlm - vt- . . . , the King and Queen, with ,-., the fhirf otTkera of state, and the hirf left tha Palace at a quarter to 1 P. nrriedat the wharf exactly at one, F..rclleirj ,nB Governor had station- ,rJ vf honor, "lyKirpeof II. B. M-' ship Constance, un- .s, command of Lieut. Uramlreth, had U-en ... from half at 12. When their I , were seen apjeorhitijC, that gallant r,,J all the crew of the lmrge uncovered, -rrwii raiding r Their Majesties . tal,e mtliarked instantly and the barge . r i- mtl lute ...

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

S' 'Oli" , :. . . ... . "fi-.'-' X v rrrr rrr?? Come ! clear ihe glasses all away, . , AndlellresbgoblersshiDfc,'. j'JlnJ briar,' to speed the lingering day, A flask of good old wine.;,, j ., , ni O.Tbe wine thai cejefally s bid ,J ,t! -,fi.i Wuhwvour deepest caves,1- -! . ,M t Tl ath tiie coffin's lid.-1 NowsJumWrln tbe grave. ' ,J. Vii :. -.. i , ..j-.fj-T! Mir . 'j . j '.'1 " ' ' Tiaw takes th,e bloom ffotlir " ' tt And tnafcosihe cheek grow pal t t T '''It tprirt Hre-fiaTkest ringlets frey, i ' -i . - -a. K makes tne spimqaau ; It steals ihe feelings sod desires, .ami? Those gills ot worth sivine i . , It smoulders pleasure's glowing fires ,M c 4 Bat ripens good old wine. ;. s. . , -. n.'l "O Jlew purely bright the red wine flows, Lik sunlight on the sea ' ; How rich iu perfume as the rose, 'V Or flowers of Arahy.- ' '' ' h!''s A pure as sinless childhood's love, , . .) As strong as youth's desire j ; ., ... ,. , . ' ...How-mapy Ihoaguls of happiness ,. ,;. IU sparkling drops in...

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

t r t - , , ri ? - ' ; , i : ' ' . t . t i( THE POLYNESIAN, r l Journal of the IUnnaB fiorrnnv.iit. llRLES E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TKUM 9. ft . aJt ana, - II 00 . . to Ralee ( Advertising. rr ii !) nrini, si, Oo, each coo w""nt ': of , fit ' ""V en . ear eaiieaen Hi CaMe. e ..relief -! Mar. fy the year, Ss.tW; " ti '" l" '. ear Ijr adtrertiaine; not '7,ae sail oaam. : eiceadma; aa , Vea'ljr sdfenisinf kauted to lac ad. ' L , aa .eiea. i rd itf-n" . TaretT-ae eeate set liae, for l't Mt -rth ccala Iwr each .arl H"""' ... . , ' . . IK hmum la M'.' la aJtiar. tn.nl - - - -1 r- ... h iaa. BWr-,. . a D.J g Til" tcil A lrt.e. .fi. f. W. V 131 TEXT, U-UER. CARPENTER AND JOIN- arts' ia w mkimwi '''J ,t t ld etand, la llonoluisu Contract- 'hV'"1'1 aay otbcr t MablMhment. Ilia ' ' Ui 'X "'P4, an4 hia work- l ,i Jim tirt rdr. Any rk cniruated to P!1 . J ... II . L.- -LI. , .! airriniia i iuiij inoi ui vwti- T ki ia connacHon with with hia olbtr t uP!,'T "'J "up"0' California, ' ,"! 1 1 'i' Amncan...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 July 1848

ON LITERARY PURSUITS AND BUS INESS HABITS. There have been few opinions more un favorable to happiness than that which repre sents the pleasures of literature as totally incompatible with the avocations ot trade We readily confess, that the man who de- votes his days to the labors of the shop, or of the counting-house, must not expect to acquire the profound learning of Porson, or to rival the critical acumen ot Johnson, it is also equally certain, that he who from mail beginnings has resolved to accumulate one hundred thousand pounds, because he thinks that " Gold, the sovereign of the world, Friends, honor, birth, and beauty can bestow," should give his days and his nights to the drudgery of acquiring wealth, and he win almost infallibly die rich. Between these different pursuits of life, however, there are obviously varied grada- . "... . lions; and it is more than proDaDie mat in this, as in many other cases, happiness will be found to be equally removed from extremes. Among the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 July 1848

( mnv tl'in? etrcjit oj-ireio. ote there Ll them lr re-rataMiahed by republican pro. tini. t wnwe uiey were driven ohm w . C .to-b' k.nSr-t NeighW. ''Nli letter fnmi the celebrated Mr, ..,Uir. Mi-i;rj, and Con.ul-General of i'R.ml in ll Ob-atial I.inpire, liavr lieen re ".'..! at Muiih h. They are tinted from I lone ..ns; and '"Mint f tli labors of that '."iJ-kJ individual which aimroath the marirl- , c h t ju-t terminated a voluminous hi- I,l,itii! ( hine-ar r,mpire; and ban sent the ...'nu- nH Mr. t.ottn, the puhliaher at )8,-frilt. II" ha puMiahed at Iloug-kong a ,,rl rM,cr,r".v nme language, a ,it large ma. I If In lirgun to coin- t - - I . . . . 4 L . ' I h I f i"''"r '"TiinnM 'i inr I lliltee Itin- :. h ""J ahMrli all Ilia leisure I the nrl three J far. i oitlr in hi leisure s ir th h- rail occupy Iiiiiim If w itli literary rwnlifa I ilur. all the real if hi time lm jnjiktot"! Mi'Miary Iihor ami hi , )Hijhr.lutir. Mr. liutl dl announce that li lt,. .l lr" d "omr- long memoir i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 July 1848

132 I)C CDlio. BOYHOOD. How oft amid the sordid strife ' ' ' Of wordly wisdom have I turned ' To memory's scenes of early life, And o'er my joyous boyhood mourned ; ; How oft have wish'd, mid care and pain, To be that buoyant boy again. To sleep beneath the slanting roof. s And near the pattering rain-drops fall, . Or listen to the lively proof Of vagrants round my airy hall ; Yet rise at morn with wonted glee. To wade the brook or climb the tree: To join the sturdy reapers' train, What time lb lark her matin sings When mounting with impasion'd strain. She bathes iu light her glittering wings, And poised in air is scarcely seen, So high amid the dazzling sheen. Twas mine to trap beside the stream, Or angle 'Death the alder's ahade, To tend the plough, or drive the team, Or seek the herd in distant glade, Where oft from clustering thickets shrill Rang out the notes of whippoorwill. Those trembling notes, so lone, so wild, .. Were music to my boyish ear ; Thought backward flies and as...

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

15 Vol. ;m THK POLYNESIAN, T ()iinl Journal of Ik Hawaiian Government, rMfU'4 weekly Honolaln, Oahu, II. I. (HiRLKS F.. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TIC It MS. . per asaam, i advano, - . Is GO ,w c-r "ib,in adveace, m Kate of Advertising. tilf'' ' ''"'' ,Br,," !, each coo- . aiiit. 1 early Jnm hauled to la ad. i fl; trrrttirmtHU Tweety-iv cent per line, for i-m H'-' !''"" and a" oiie-bxjnh cent for each j tftKa. TrtourM etverusers ate reqeired la artjr la edvaace. ld A ?tJl fmr tht Polfnrrian. II aawiaa. (miu. r. U Jar Co. r'staciaro, Ward Amitfc. H i J. T.airi. I .kvii A t 'oILe. raatv. J. II. till C. W. VINCENT, L'lLPnil. CARPENTER AND JOIN- rB af parrd la rerove nrnpouli for ee- -, PJrr m ei'her or a I of the a bote brunches kl.r. at ni in rionoiuiw. v ontraet- ... a fn' 'm fwp0' my ho assured o aerate attention the him, and that bit ,, ,,tr"l elwsye be upo lamia aa reasonable t rs be obtained al nt other eatabltahment. Ilia l,oiit- fr bash-mf ara unsurpaaaed, and bia work ,, !l of Ibt lir...

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