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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 September 1848

74 portion of his ancient influence had not yet passed out of his hands, and when the Whigs once more came into office he was re stored to the commission of the peace, and exercised no small authority over the Irish patronage of the Crown, of course giving Lord John Russell, in return, the full benefit of his support, to the great dismay of the ' Young Ireland ' party, who regarded his adhesion to any British Ministry as a traitor ious surrender of repeal.' Long and loud was the controversy between those belliger ents;' but the reader may well be spared the trouble of perusing even an abstract of the trrna invectives noil red OQ his head by a swarm of indignant followers, or a detail of the concessions wrung from him by a nam necessity. How far these contentions aided and de veloped the disease which now undermined and threatened his existence is difficult to say. But it was evident, on his re-visiting London, that'a fatal change had taken place; that the strength and spirit of the ...

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

Ii Li WEEKLY GOSSIP. TV Mn,'r wf Fure,Ku Rfllinn pave a . in li.Mior of Commodore Miubrick on A I'1, "o " ""rllu iy uie torn- ami uir, and Lr. Maxwell the Acting ,.imr of ibe I'n.ted 5)ilm, the U. S. -until' ul wtvf the American merchant, Hi ,,R ' . . .1.. at:- . e.i. jli-m'V we ioriuvi, iuc misters ui me and Finance and (be Collector (General were in v ilea to meet tbe Cotnino- Tend nwrninj the long-lookrd-for Tar.' ("" r"r') fnnn B,"ton " Tahiti, ar .,,k bringing a Urge mail creating a great lrtr aJ doubtless making many glad by names fromfriends in far-distant land. fmnllv "on lbe yit f"f letters, ami bmcd thnt we ought to have a iont office, onlfrtaat projJr might know where to go for tferfii TV 'Tsar' touched into Lahaina, and rj-H"J the arri l at that port, of the S. S. from i'rni"- !he mail of the S. S. jrf irJ, oon 'u contenta were devour vl rtai"i "f he gold fever Iwg.n to le man .Wed. The new from Call Antiia w ill be found (il r calamus. I the, evening the Consul of catea...

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

v - - Sljc lio. THE GUITAR. Sin? me that air be used to lore so well: Bui softly, sitter let its tones come stealing; That echo wake not gently weave the spell To mournful memories of the past appealing. Nay, that's too lovely sing in sadder strain, Like the lone liird that 'neath night's planet holy (Methinks there's human passion in her . -in) Pours forth her soul in richest melancholy. Ah! didst thou lore and he were faraway Tby heart's one thought, one life, one hope, one sorrow: The roice had sweeter been, lut far less gay, For music pensive tones from love doth borrow. Epic a wbittes afteb going to iaw. This law, they tay, great Nature's chain connects; That causes ever mast produce effects. In me iehold reversed great Nature's laws All my effect lost 6y a single cause. What is MoxEr. Novel people spurn gold they hate it, they look at it sideways and contemptuously; they fling it from them or trample it under their feet. All these things show their superiority to mere human na...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 September 1848

! 'i I .V THE POLYNESIAN, TmI'Ik.! Jeraalef he Hawaiian evernmcnt, Honolulu, Oaha, H. . ClllRLKS I- HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. w -r r " ,,c,i - oo wyi ".elha.ie leec SO S. ff. 2 Rate of Advrrtiiec. ,1 aa.s' (' iuerlina,l,,eech to. i ; one half "per- (a liaea of !), farM ..aa. M ca, aorh rbM.aaeee lt eta.! Canto, aa. b aai e.reediae. ea hall '.av year, m,ini K . aar it, f lu.m. I early advertiaiac am ,,..( fcall wleia.n, .; uot rscradior one ,.! a Vcariy ejrrrttaieg Lmurd la the ad. a.fu-ael-e.'"'a. tfW if r ' Tsreaty-f tw feaita saw for , m iea. ed aed eae-toarth ccsts for each msm'I iaar-Itaa. 7tat a.trur tr repaired to pay ia advance. Li4 e.l rrnttfut Me Potynetian. L,aia. H a ftaiataa. RToa,. li p JmicCi, Mm. """aa raaartaea, Aaal-e-i tanar. T.ir. ti 4'"-a. arsaav. J. M. Ulraaaa. '. y VI SCR ST, 11L!KU. CARPENTER AND JOIN- rt.K prepared la reoetae prepoeils for ee- Ml, orikra ia saber or all of the above bnaehea vaaiaaM, at Im old stand, ia Heaolote. Contract ors ens f" ana witU p...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 September 1848

78 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, SEPT. 50. tO- We stated the opinion upon the reception of the first newt respecting the fold discoveries in California, that not less than two hundred would leave the Islands. Time has proved that opinion to have been well-founded. That num ber has already left, and from present appearan ces, quite as many more will leave in the course of a few weeksv If the next arrival brings equal ly cheering news, it is impossible to tell what the results will be. Hundreds only remain now for want of the means to pay their expenses, in get- ting to California. The news of the richness of the gold placera was received at first with some allowances for exaggeration. There bad been so many El Dorados discovered and trumpeted abroad, that people were slow to believe such startling reports as came from California: but one arrival after another has more than confirm ed the first reports. The immense extent and richness of the mines, according to the best in forma...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 September 1848

WEEKLY GOSSIP. turJy afternoon, T7 on9 bo has vis- I , Honolulu know., m tbe graml nli day of I" . -..i- .1.1. i ...i fionars, iiium( uhukji UIKJ IMJI , first demand. iotwrilbstaodiiig L rrrit rkf aation of mercury ibe gold e f taml tbe dusty stale of the town, llon- J prtwatrd as lively a erne last Saturday ma ,,ve ever witnessed. Crow d of equestrians, Ar a a e a . . tbe streets orowueu vnn pcuestriana. f ibe tow n were troups scampering off full Pr"' cautng aucn riouoa 01 oust as I gny untueay v igui woo coinrcu 10 iac C lfT was yrfirneJ to a fowl houae at tbe lHaiian nlre- On Sun1"! ,M ,own pccocniea a wrong cod- .l- aftartuwm- Fiver! bin avaa ri taw i" ' . oM liiiiiiiiar eounu oi me cnurrn neiis & breaking tbe monotony ot tbe scene. Uur lf propl' 1"J ing aile tbe turmoil and e ' , f bos'inee, aenil4cd at their respee- pJiri of worship. Honolulu for a aeaport ..ii anlrr bimI ouiet. eoninara favora- V.B, ' - ' m at a r itb vm 'np"n towns. 'Vjo.hy waa one of those aultry day w...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 September 1848

80 the Polynesian, Saturday, September 30, isis. ht lio. Z5" It is well known that the poetical talents of the venerable Joha Quiocy Adams were of no ordinary char acter. The following Cue, which we copy from the National Intelligencer, were wriilea by Mr. Adams the day before hi last illness, a an 'Autograph for Mie Caroline Edwards, of Springfield, Mast: , ' . . ,? JOHN QU1NCY ADAMS, - . Qtrixcr, Massachusetts. Ia days of yore, the poet's pen From wing of bird was plundered, Perhaps of goose, but cow and then, t From Jove's own eagle sundered. Bat now, metallic pens disclose Alone the poet's ambers; ' i In iron inipi ration glows; Or with the poet slambers. , , Fair damsel ! could my pea impart; Ia prose or lofty rhjroe, The pare emotions of my heart, To speed the flight of time; What metal from the womb ef earth Could worth intrinsic bear, To stamp with corresponding worth, Tbe blessings thou shouldst share? ' TO THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK. This life is short, and very seldom may A ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 October 1848

j: - a f nil ! mx . ' r Vol. r : : 11111 ' aT THE POLYNESIAN, Tif OVl Jralef Hawaiiaa Koveramcnt, MMb!tl4 aeehlj at lloaolula, Oebtt, If. I. CHIKLES E HirCIICOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. rt . aJraece.. - - npn aaoeiaa.tB aJtaa, . . . 3 0 Hi S!1 cafS- -------- Rale of AeWrrtisia. iUuiii. MS liaeat. sirt laseri.. each ,., ; ewe hell H,r ( lws or lesa), firt cia., esra csetiassare eta.; Carts. no ! N i ae4sceeief weBallso,ser,i.tlejr,S,iMi; irv'af ' V early edsertiainf tint ,ri,tt aalf eoieiae. eyiMj el etrrediitr one . )' srlf a-lTrtiMBf limited to lit ad-rv-r ' Jr i' U'erh$tmrmt: Twealr-fite mil per Iiae, for ib ifi iarie. asd aad one-fourth ccuta for each f iMwrf ajtertiaera ar required to pay ia advaece. J(tttr ike I'al fHMi. Lasti. ". . B-i.T.ts,. ti. I. JarvraaV Co. H i. B, I"" fa sico, dr TiMicr. T.atrt. twi .:' MrtT. 4. II. (ilraMta r. W. VIKNT, 15 UIIJ)KR. CARPENTER AND JOIN- I B k, prrnarrd to rot-rive proposals fur ee- ranaf orders ta either or all of tla above brunches f in, t , '" ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 October 1848

THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. OCT. 7. K&" We publish below the present Tariff of , tMM S,.,, wbich of . ngjlm. .he pons in isaiiioriuti cww w Government by the Treaty of peace between the United States and Mexico. THE TARIFF BILL. A Bill reducing the duty on imports, aBd tor other purposes. Be it enacted bv the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Ameri- cam Congress assembled: That from and atter the nrst uay ot iecem - ber next, in lieu of the duties heretofore impos- ad bv law on the articles hereinafter mentioned and on such as may now be exempt from duty, and game sealed or enclosed in cases or other there shall be levied, collected and paid, on the wise; prunes; raisiiis; scaghola tops for ubles or goods, wares and merchandise herein cnumerat- other articles of furniture; segars, snuff, paper r. ,! r.m;.i.wl fnr. .mnnrted from foreign serars. and all other manufactures of tobacco; countries, the following rates of duty that is to gj,-.. ,, .i ....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 October 1848

I - . v..- to aura right, cannot lie denriveJ ofl T To statute of 3d James I., cbau. 4. !U H M 1,0 ,,,,,ljt crl n offence; . .1 - full- -...l .uV.ii.:' .in, i bi appear to nte to d;nn- o l1w . : . ...I .11..... .U I . ... MMitMMlrd on the nart r J. TV A . .kjt n wa i ,-c puirnwi uie rraiKi ' the rntuDtl that tbc latter had not ciuali- rwtinni the sacrament, takinc .u. mi uiMrniHc in ueriarations with fa.l"- - .. . . ... ir ream, as prearritisHi by the statute. , arts were ni within the rive years ml mH to - t!iat name reasonable time .i,Hoae.I before the party ia retjuirrd to fot rt. II rrrimmij in nieani mat Hi? ,hull do thrill before tbe title has accrued death of the ancestor. It is within the ' - . . . , L 1 f l-oru m" ncre a party is en j , rrfum righu be has tiiise allowed ... . e i.- um" mm Ile J the rrquwii" mri u ("-rirn dis line. L.J"iMntMi mat me master u nxni in bis WKKKLY COSSIP. T rontinuf our werkly record of eTeiita for l,jlu our reailcrs woo do not reuie in CMrtr-Hi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 October 1848

TO THE FUTURE. . .i -.m 'ni. 4. towx-n. t. , . . - ...... . .1 M r ' O, Land of Promiae! Irom what Pisgah's height v. Can I behold ihy stretch of peaceful bowers? . ' ' Thy goMen harventa flawing out of sight,1 ' ,; J, Thy nettled homes and sun-illumined tower? Gazing. upon the sunset's high-heaped gold, . ( ( lu crags of opal end of Chrysolite, lis' deep on dcepa of glory that unfold . , .-. ; t, Still brightening abysses, i H Aad braking precipices, ' ' ' ' Whence bet a scanty step h seems to beaten, f Sometimes a glimpse is given ' . Of thy pore gorgeous realm, thy mora unstinted blisses f O, Land of Quiet! to thy snores the sort Of the perturbed Present rolls and sleeps; t'f Our storms breathe soft as June upon thy tarf And lure out blossoms; to thy bosom leaps, ,, As to a mother's, the o'er-wearied heart, . - . Hearing afar 08 and dim, the toiling mart, -The hurrying feet, the cares without number, -." '" ' And circled with the glow Elysian, ' ' J " ' ' Of thine exulting vision...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 October 1848

1 i 0- JI . :n if. i ! f 5.1 THE POLYNESIAN, i Offif iouraal of the llawauaa Government, m published' weekly at lloaolula, Oahu, H. I. VjiULKS E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. cpr prr aaaoaa, ia advance, ...... .f6 00 ii maailu, ia advaace,. ...... 3 60 Mfl OT"' ----------------- 12 J Rate an Aivertialag-. uiirf.(lilan),lirtt iaarrtma. t-uw. each eon. - 3 rtt ; aau aqnar y iiaca or leaai, btm jm, 4 rack roatiaaaac I2 eta.; Carta, ao. bx. ant eauwiliaf awa aaif aaaara, for iKe rear. ,(; ri.erJiBf oae aqaarr, Slo.OO. V tar It ativertiaiuc nH Jif hlf ralainn, 4.00; not eirreding one ii),o.i. i cany advertiaiag umiiea lite ad. w i-. aara laiaraa. 1st 4 1 tsrriuf nw7.--Twatjr-flre eetiia per hue, for ttru iBTitoa, aaa an aa moe-nxuxn eeuia hit eaca .arat istrtioa. rraaMeal adtertierr are required to pay ia advance. Lid A f enlifor the Polynesia. Li4iit, H. . miaau BiMraa,- n. n. Jarvttaat C. . a. rV.aaa. Faaaciaco, Aadrcw Fotler. Lain. tM Call.. Moaraaav. J. II. (ileaaoa. C. W. VINCENT, UILD...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 October 1848

86 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, OCT. 14. COMMERCE OF THE PACIFIC. It may be of interest to tht commercial world to cursorily glance at the increase of trade in this quarter. A chain of events have occurred du ring the past few years which has attracted the attention of the world to this quarter of the globe; and the vast expanse of the Pacific, a few years since traversed only by whaleships, and an occasional trader on the north west coast, will soon be whitened with the sails of commerce. The western shore of the American continent, where a few years since the solitude was un broken save by the crack of the red man's rifle, or the tramp of the adventurous trapper, already resounds with the hum of civilization and the merry sounds of productive industry. . In the chain of events which have served to attract atteutiou to this portion of the globe, the first was she seizure of these Islands by Lord George Paulet and the subsequent restoration by Admiral Thomas. Up to that time ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 October 1848

,,tTICl I. COtt K ilSVO S D E N C K. Ornrr I . J. Lommissio, Honolulu, (Vu 7, ISIS. N'o. . I have the honor to acknowledge the re- t.: t il" I'1'" rfM'0r n" 'f v,,r ,w" despatches tearing date the n. . .1 t. . - -i M-iitefiil'r lat, bum anuroK-ti tome ai san , ) lit! ' ' !-till" 1 hftturc Sbillahcr rMiuire,a Hi lu'iul I jiiiiitiiuiiiiiAr f.. k!awtfkxl fit V aljtelkBff,llfl Mllt'l ll l III. Btl. . 'I' V t .i i ... -.r. ". :.i. II. . j I'tTtll! RUM 1 r riHlt'Kllll I if 1-!(-vt null Ills ,lltH t the ernor f mat -xirtioti of the , 1 .-rnt-'ry t a rov isionnl arrangement, on ... ..i a inrtert reritrocitv of flair aiitl itu- Yff M-- - I I a 1 1 tiit I Mimii-i ix" wanting in . . ... ..v. If refrwt IK I n.it to take iMMiie notice i the lisrcsie-t WtiM-h h ti'"i'i""!iiVi am wining ! r . ' . .. I . aa- - . I .. .n - . I II. . . : ll.. : 1 1 - iP 1" " !"!!' lit!-, .11!- II!-.C- . r of ! (iuvrniiiH lit if tin United State. 'jf'-l with full power, tiMiii the subject mat- i I. l . VI. tl il.r. (i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 October 1848

88 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAV. OCTOBER 14, 1848. !jc Ho. BY THE SEA SIDE. BY BESSY W. LOSGrlLLOW. Tbe twilight is sad and cloudy. The wind blows wild and free, And like tb.fi wings of se bird Flash the white caps of the sea. Bat in the fisherman's cottage, There shines a ruddier light. And a little face at the window, Peers out into the night. - Close, close it is pressed to the window, As if those childish eyes Were looking into the darkness, To see some strange shape arise. And a woman's waring shadow Is passing to and fro, Now rising to the ceiling, Now bowing and bending low. What tales does the roaring ocean , And the night wind, bleak and wild, As it beats at the crazy casement, Tell to the little child ? And why do the roaring ocean, And the night wind, wild and bleak, As they beat at the heart of tbe mother, Drive the color from her cheek? MUSINGS. O I wish I was in eden Where all the beastes is feedin, the pigs an cows an osses, An the long tale bull wot tosses the Bull dog a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 October 1848

r . . ... Vol. 5.i THE POLYNESIAN, A.d Jeurnal of the Hawaiian Government, inc e. nrrciicocK, editor. TERMS. c rr asaain. advance, - t oo 3 SO Retes of Adterliir. r- tlilias).n insertion, !,, etch con victs; t"r '. r r 4 fi,., eaca wih" vn - r iT'H eaceeiiaf MlhH square, l.y the fear, S6.IW; l"1, ,, .a-tare, slt.'. Yer!y aJ vermin t; not ' t fctll eii. ') 00; not esccetiins; one t ,,,, i. V early a4rertiia limited lo the 4- 7'tllk brrti-rr -Twenty-five cent per line, for . i 4 d B1 ooe-fcerth cents fc each X?mfl adiert.sers required 10 pay ia advance. i J ftnlf'r the Polynesia. M . 1. 1 . ' ,llll. ..1. .atn. I ami A LU.. worries. J. II. (.traaua r. W. ICKNT, rtinni'VTt'i) ivn miw lrtt it prepared re1 Ppo for eie- C .retrs ia either or all or the above brunches r.l. .1 " ,B ' Coniract. I j..,. attention lo the aatne, and that hi I. ,.i be abtaio at y other establishment. His I . i . J a n.t t. rt-rk- . , . , AJAa A n wnrk ntrtitited t a " ... ..J mJt V..II. imm! U kl- 'J.10? r kti ia...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 October 1848

THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, OCT. 31. EMIGRATION TO CALIFORNIA. The effects of the emigration to California is beginning to be severely felt by all classes of society, and will undoubtedly produce a great decrease in the revenue of these islands. Not less than three hundred foreign residents, besides a goodly number of natives, haveleft tl-f Islands for California since the discovery of gold there. Although some are disposed to treat the matter lightly, it is, in reality, a subject of serious in tereat, as can be shown by a simple calculation. Many of those who have left the Islands were engaged in lucrative business, and it would pro bably be safe to calculate their average earnings at $500 a year. Taking this as the basis of our calculation, we find that there is a loss to the na tional wealth, from the emigration of three hun dred men, of $150,000 every year, besides the loss of the labor of at least one thousand natives, employed by those who have emigrated. The wealth of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 October 1848

publish' bS -Intljoritn. " jiTFKiA I. CO R R F.SPON D ENCE. Continual from our No. 22. (.;, Or net U. S. Com Mission, Honolulu, Oct. H, Mil. s,r I have ,ne honor to acknowledge tbe re 'f ,,mr despatch No. 11, of the Jtb int., l. M my ' o t the Stli inst.. i . i.lv thereto I must tav, I am not aware ' . i .. in mv afortnaid despatches, ex pre " i . i.mtiKiD. a to the o'iVrl had io view, iv (i.'i.fniiiient in creating Mr. Shillnbor's mis- m in r!.f.nu. it w my design, and 1 hop "i bail n" "'0 11 PPl,ren, l y nothing about .'il t.icci ' ,n vrw ,nis ;ovrninent, or u1,tivtn wiiii u .i, wiouiij tuai -M,n- only desired to express my opinion ".!.vtinz 'h1 propriety "f the measure, and the hi in huh 1 res'rwi ii, as connected w ith ..cial lowers for negotiating a treaty with Jht. oorernment, conferred upon me by tny own i"nfn'nent. JhJ Mr. MiilUlnr wen appointed upon nuch m.ii,n. while Governor Masn held military Vion of Alta California, and previous to Clccnce lieiug received here of the mt...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 October 1848

92 Lir ijtlic lio. From the Union Bee. LEAP YEAR. . So. this is leap year! All the girl Are now tbeir right punning ; Sopjmse I join the company, And like them, go wooing. I'll o a list of all my charms. Of cuch surpassing glory ; & send it dowo, for you, dear sir, To tell the world the story. I'm five fool five, a fraction 1 tell you this between us ; ' My form without a milker, Is equal to a Venus. My hair in jetty ringlets flows ; My nose is a la Grecian ; My teeth are white, and not one false ; My mouth is pare patrician. My brow is piled with organs, sir Would set a Spurzheim crazy; My eyes, two truant moonbeams are ; My lips are like the daisy. My hand, is like the lily, while. With nails too short for scratching; They're used to working tapestry, Though not much used to patching. My foot is just the dantiest, That ever kissed the dew, sir, And what will please your excellence, Tis never dressed in blue, sir. 1 play the organ, Sundays, sir, And week-days, the piano ; I can...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 October 1848

if- aU if i ThEPOL Y N E S I A N Kt. .1 Journal of Htwii Government. l ' .Lfc-I aeeklv Hoeolulu, Oahu. II. I. fJBI- - . CVRLES E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. , r enam. in airasce, --...-. 5 mM' "..'IT: ::::::: oo to con first Hir ' ' - ' .. Ii4 itar), fcrl inertHia. I,(M, neb iln. SO- CI-. .. k. .... .00; " Jilt early advertising " -II kalf " eseredlo .rliAf . !,.,. limited In lk. ODf ,.l.'. l"r,I " Ml. f-wIl-A -Twenty -five eenla per lio ZT. -ad oL.fo.nb ceiu for p, for each . rrl iaun, :ZVin ar,red to pay ia advance w ' i mf tntit for tk4 Pmlynrtux. . n a"mtaa. awroa.. O.D.Jarve Co. . -- iMicr. a 1 1AC MONTGOMERY, ELER IX GENERAL MERCIIAN- .'Ul .V. i. r..A .nil Imn'riril Dr. .it ol L Z " " - J 1 i u. ami rA prwS. Sa " . ' 1 . l .a Mn.linll receiving a rfr' Y -. ' ...oniklt teran. u 7iu MPt'bhi of holding half a bu.hel each, t ;rn.PP'H Stock udHitiM. P ruyr ., ik Aarai market once. k. al o" . umri. II. WRIGHT. ) UNTKR. AND (ILAZIER, o(Te for a k i . ,.,, LeaJ. Vrnetia Red. Pruaaian B...

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