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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 December 1848

114 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. DEC. 2. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. From late London papers, received via Maz atlan and San Francisco we extract the follow ing items of foreign new. It is impossible to give a connected account of proceedings in Eu rope, owing to the irregular receipt of our files. The dates by this arrival are not so late as we have previously received, but our readers will find some items of interest not before given. We forbear commenting upon the state of af fairs in Europe, preferring rather to give such facts as will enable our readers to judge of the state of affiirs themselves. The scenes in France deserilied in our naner of to-dav were enac- the disturbances in Paris, of w hich we published an account some weeks since. We shall look with interest for the next news from this quarter. ". France. . The opening of the Nat. Assembly took place May 4th, the rappel beat at an early hour iu the different quarters, and the National Guards soon afterward assembled a...

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

p,ron d'Arnim retilievl with nome rr- iJt Mttl tht ic gave him entitfartiivn to .fcil he entrtisineu wrii-prnitweti hoi. L t1ir a warrr it rnl thiiu its rorn- 151 .,,1, f..r lhal the condition nf pence ad it b. iV ;-rrifli- Dirt in it lat sitting " , J,.rtfJ with all oiblc energy ly V-b I'.iiw.y at (riihagrn. Ilmil. nlm had armed in England, having Jm'ir on the 21th f A.ril. Hy ; rlJ nrhnr of the fleet of the new '""sr Um'liaiw f the revolutionary affairs 1 , ..-.-h-huI Kurie, which were unexpccted ' IJl.onlmtf. r1" " u-"w MoppH; ,,rv transaction were uiettdd ; and a A ji'.ur-e ! their part w an aii hut the re Tbr K.nipenir a in Kio, much aUti-fed d, expatriation of the llnue of IkiurUiti, k.b-h heiwMl-ly allied. The affair. " li r;t re nemling, hut o slowly a to I . -t ,ii,rre'ldJe. Illli.1. Tmrt important ft.inre f the intelligence .lii he 1"',M, ;' f he 1st of April Vr.wimiM'l one. The tiovernor-tsetie ral !f,.fte1 the navigation lawn, rut far ax In-(l,r,.ii.fnt-l. l-y a impure i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 December 1848

116 THE &l)C Dlio. ' . THE LAND-SICK. Grcea fields are about me, with hill and plain. And corn oo the upland lea ; 1 long for the blue and the billowy main. And instead of these harvests ef waving grain, For the roll and the surf el the sex The swallow it twittering my window by. And carols hit Summer song; Twer better aloft on the tops to lie, While the gull and the sea-mew around me fly, Still swoopiug and circling along. I hear the laugh and the revving shout Of the jocund boys at play ; But the silvery dolphin seems sporting about, And I thin how the pirate bonita leaps out. For his luckless and fugitive prey. With their chorch-going bells, my ears, they tire. And weary is service time ; Give me the tall mast for the tapering spire, And the high-piping winds tar the pealing choir, With the daah of the waters to chime. They point to these woodlands and rocks so gray, With their shadows ere twilight's begun ; One hour of the sea-cradied dying of day, With a phantom-like sail i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 December 1848

VoL r. .1.1 Till-: POLYNESIAN. t Journal of the llawaiiaa Government, (iubd.hcJ weekly at Honolulu, Oabu, II. I. flllttLKS E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. iW c V enaam. aJauce, - - - - - , (.,,, n month,"" altame, 6 00 3 SO 12i ttate of Advertising. ,,.iiv r1 insertion. ! .00. each c-nn-. .' ' ; T,,rf (" ln r l1. first JriMM. ' . cwiiimiance i ct.; Cr.l. . imj !'"'. i u.u.i. i eanv advertising nnt ,1.- . o'i Ui.i co u i u n. jitu'i; nni eiceedmz one ii. rirlv aJrerlisinz 110111711 to the d- b'fii 1 " ; " j -m -. . -. fine, mr y g,.! m-nHi. and ead one-iomth cenu for eacb Tuw"i .Icriiwr are required to pay 10 advance. J, l f Afnt for the Polynesian. . . . . TMW fi.. ... 1 f. I !. 11 MMtoa. Bmto,. O il. Jnre& Co. Ma. 1.n . tt IM ni. rittnaco, s.trr Poller. Lvrit A "U.. Vvik matt. J. II. GirwMia 1AC .HOXTt.O.MKRY, 1K!.KR IX tJKNERAL MERCHAN- 1 )!E. 4M,P on h1"! and f ale, a general of E"ilh. French and American Dry ti: a'i'P'1 ta ' re'. bich he will aell at (b Uet r!i P"" . at oa k,M ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 December 1848

118 W. No, henceforth we shall never sepa rate. I am indeed sent to thee but not down upon the earth. Look around you here; where upon earth hast thou seen such trees, such waters? Look at thyself; thou didst go about yonder bowed beneath the weight of years. Now thou art young again. Thou dost not walk, thou floatest; thine eyes not only see, but see immeasurably far. Look inward upon thyself; has it always been with thy heart as now? H. Within me is a deep, unfathomable, ever-swelling, and yet entirely still and peaceful sea. Yes. when I look about me here, and when I feel thy hand in mine- then I must say I am blessed, I am in heaven. W. Thou art. H. And then must I be actually dead. W. Thou art. Hast thou not lain sick in that very chamber where I died, and whither thou didst long to be brought? Has not thy son, day and night, without leaving thy side, sincerely and tenderly nursed thee? Hast thou not, by day and night, found open the blue eye of thy daughter, in which she vain ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 December 1848

THTC POT . VrVI?Gf A TV 42 a rrnni a -cr riri'pt"rii7to n iojo 119 CRF.AT HRITA1N ,,n papers in our possession give full ..uftbe disturbance in Fnglitnd and , iniiM. -.- -.. aiki iirnrm fitrrnni. mimikin. i. - UK . i .k,..nMioiit the country. The arrot llmr nr 1. "... . . if Mr. Mitchell ta fourteen years ' ... . .. . I ..H-rn, filing of sympa- f ,M forth throng demont ration. On ,4 J me nti ...: . kh. ler I . M j a -wit I l,,Jn,teLnfe.lerate'rluUeon. task it. f in t mt a birh then u-a. ' i 14 1 11""- . j,nf :prrcnn iirmjvim mg iiir govcrn .,4 ihe4 brutal whig, ami hinting at phy brin; necessary, were made a pro w,n fiirnieJ and marched through the -i mT ikeni be in armed. A mer-tin- " ............ . . f mil raartMwa uik piare jiay 24th, i ike iwriacipal iteakem were Mr. II" ?iip-on Tbrv were in f.ror f . i tni ere ure the trtMw w ould frater-j The ,1-1 tkw. . r . L,iMI ! onrramci aiinn-u nn cun- f , 1 1"7" Ih, war U'ogH. IWoush of Lrad-j ht purpiKte -urm. i ue niagm-j y k trimp to ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 December 1848

120 THE : POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1848. GL)t CDlio. THE REWARD. Who, looking backward from his manhood's prime, Sees not the spectre of his misspent time ; And, through lb shade Of funeral cypress, planied thick behind. Hears no reproachful whisper on the wind ' From his loved dead ? Who bears no trace of Passion's evil force 1 Who shuns thy stir.sr, O terrible Remorse? Who would not cast Half of his Future from him, but to win Wakeless oblivion for the wrong and sin . Ol the sealed Past? A la ! the evil, which fain would shun, We do, and leave the wished-for good undone ; ' ' ' Our strength to-day Is but to-morrow's weakness, prone to fall ; Poor, bliud, unprofitable servants all, Are we alway. Yet who, thus looking backward o'er his years, Feels not his eyelids wet with grateful tears, If he hath been Permitted, weak and sinful as he was, To cheer and aid, iu some ennobling cause. His fellow men. If he hath hidden the outcast, or let iu A ray of sunshine to the cell of i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 December 1848

i if i 1 Vol. titK POLYNESIAN. .- - ,1 Journal of lb Hawaiian Government, ' .;,.h-J weekly at Honolulu, O.bu, H. f. .M8LK E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. -er aaaa. e trance, .... f . n..ah.lB aJvaace - - 00 - - 3 SO 12 i Rate of Advertilng. ,tr. ( it line), first laaertHiw, at ,00, each eon V, ,t' ; one half square is lines or le, tirM '" t fl., eai-h continuance lt eta.iCar.la.au 'a r.-l' " auaare.l.y the year, S6.vt); . . I ll II I Va.rl. Bil furl ikin nnl I ,- I. C ""e I"" " j I . . a" aa'.l iofl; eiceedme one ' rf. , Aa l.aiara. , , fr, Twenty-See cents per line, for iM,riaa.aa4 ail aaJ oae-foerlh cent for each ieiiioa. t ,f A eenl. for tk PWyaraviw. II a aiaiaa. . 3. U. hrw At Co. a ritea faaaciacw, 4rr r.KW. , " L-"-n ai'aM-a- Woarsasi. J. .1. Uleaaoa 11 IC lUSTttOlERV, vvlVK IN GENERAL MERCIIAN- 1 mill p - L.,rim"i'l af Enf1'". "'neb and American Dry IA sdi"'" ta this market, which ba will aell at e I I . . .4 a. ...alinl I . MMIlinii aaa " " " j - , aunaW af'. Pr'or Sa,,t hich ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 December 1848

122 orders were obeyed, except when too despe rate for the bravest to fulfil and receiving no order himself, he conducted the whole battle. His frenzied manner, exciting ap peals, and fearful daring, infused new spirit into the troops, and they charged aiier mm, shouting like madmen. So perfectly beside himself was he with excitement, that he dashed up to an officer who did not lead on his men as he wished, and opened his bead with bis sword. He was every where pres ent, and pushed the first line of the enemy so vigorously that it at length gave way. Burgoyne moving up his right wing to cover its retreat, he hurried three regiments with such terrible impetuosity upon it, that it also broke and fled. While the British officers were making desperate efforts in other parts of the field to stay the teversed tide of bat tle, he pressed on after Burgoyne storming over the batteries, and clearing every obsta cle; till at length he forced him and the en tire army back into their camp. Not s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 December 1848

s I ry father "f Orril Smith aubaequentty join The oorion ia not uninierWting at J,.bu Jar.iu .ior ia Known tirat to have (!fcrJ an anilntioua intent. The revotutioiia- tr, fhr,"Sh eanaint; the pMt of )wgi, T ..ra. Itorutl and others, to la hiM ly tin. .rrrt amitnpaniefl w ith such serious " urrt-rtipnt to the fur trade, that on the fr- of a treaty and the.r rniiaequent surren TJ, Mr. A?ft ew of the benefit thence Ih-nf . declared 'hat he would make hi for- . Tbr rrdiriion w a not lt in air, nor ttiainl""" influence uH creel to act on the frtH- uroe that prompted it. Opportu opportunity was descried acil s-killully .tnl year followed year of continuous Mit lal"M r'oreien association, up yii "t the tin wealthy Uritih capitalists, hud . ;.f monopolized l a large evjent the North- glj WrMern Miiii of our country. John :. A't'. " eir smiU, nieditatrd ructH. of a destroying lwer. Thia .eM I "' "'. by mhination of all rtrn Hou-ea engaged in the trade. The ,Air i vt and apparently unattain...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 December 1848

124 tl,c (Dlio. From iba Knickerbocker. RAILWAY RIDING. The ensuing lines are in the style of Thackeray's Pso of Limavady ; yet they are perfectly original, and do not even verge upon parody. The reader will observe how completely the measure chimes with rail-road mo tion : Sinking through the forests, Rattling over ridges, Shnotiog under arches, RumMing over bridges; Whizzing through the mountains, Buzzing o'er the rale Bless me! this is pleasant, Riding on a rail ! Men of different ' stations In the eye of Fame, Here are very quickly Coming to the tame t Hich andlowly people. Birds of every leather. On a eosnoa level Traceliiug together. Gentlemen in shorts Looming very tall ? Gentlemen at large Talking Tery small With a loose-ish mien ; Gentlemen in gray Looking rather green; With little to say. Gentleman quite old Asking for the news s Gentleman in Mai s In a fit of blues ' Gentleman m dart-1 Sober as a vkar ; ( 6enlleman in scoff Dreadful I y in honors Stranger on the right Loo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 December 1848

f 4 M. tl. Il H 4 a. I a 1 " in .e M. I d i S I m rS , t- fr la 1 4 tH til V r J 4 tt- ;.tj It 1 ib I H i J M .11 H d Slrt 4l: I-"' Htl u. e aiae ., fsc .ri J lane, H anda A bH .: r-i'j mtir c reccfn .rer Vol. 5i THK POLYNESIAN, ig, 14 Journal of the Hawaiian Co eminent, 'u'l-hed weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. VRUGOU!)ON HOPKINS, EDITOR. TERMS. rX ! "" e-lance, 6 oo 3 50 "I .it months, la aJfaore, . - - - - - eiJfK - ....... Hales of Advertising. t-,1,tt. tl . inwn.l,i. ftfh cns , i i H" liae or !, nr-l ,i ( , r v a eauuaoce li els.; Carl. a r I'li"!' blf 'ir-.iiy the year, 6 oi; ' . -i j'it r. l 0 . Vcarijr a trertisinc; ni . rf , 'f roans, avion; mil rin-r.iin( nrtr , ,! i Vearly aJrrniiae luuiud In the ad- . a teslfcra". . I ;r .w Twenty. 6e reals per line. for I'v-i iivfii-9. a ii ii eai oee.fuurtb cruu (or rach 1.1 f Aftt far tk4 Pmlftumiam. 'in, t' "oH. raaci. J. II. !lrawa lkC MOSTCOMKRV, v;I.KR IS liEXEIUL MEKCHAN- C,a.. aip'4 to Ihia maiat, btcb bt wilt acll il W laalcMfc...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 December 1848

126 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. DEC. 23. K5 Upon taking charge of the Government Organ (it is merely a pro-temporary arrange raent) we feel that a short voluntary or over ture bv way of introduction, may be expected of u, as such performances usually precede ser vice in countries where churches, and not oniy churches, are more organised than they are here. In our new position, then, we hasejip wish to be over noisy or warlike, and if ever we should meet any brother of our craft in the field of argument, he must, and we say it good-hu- moredly, show himself worthy of our encounter. A person well skilled in the use of the gentle manly foil, may spend many an agreeable Hour, when the mood is on him, jn opposition to one who is also expert in the use of the same weap on: although we fancy we see him, with very uerceiveable stiffness, decline any trial with a felbw who comes bullying up with a twirl of his low life club, solely confident in animal spir it and long wind.- The Gove...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 December 1848

ft ti ahn wouM in v'k-IJ obedience to bis hi ,r, or lM','cJr ,uer, "M ''; brhrtc, have been wo serious, unruled of J'fl','rnre between resident and ',vri!r-i), Government, neither would v "f ) j c(ie to engage a tk no iaiuful a ' ha rMikcd this uniting. 'fc lu.i't, I " '' "'rnntted loaJJ, fur '," ' mw.y must be, iMiMMiUt9 r MriiUl!" "f foreign GovrTiititetii, hav , Honi bnir, 'V ""M-al or iHditical ' f ng hold frM-ndly r harmonious '"r',,fr 'h aduiini-tratinti of which !j.U t th " knvledged bend. Vf "I ("ni'iiriit, rointeteiit and ho- l n.Ki-trntioii of justice, there is nuthinf ''",r ,h,',r r"rt;,ilve here, V ii'urrfi-lv 'he " lb"" I he indciieiidt-uce .jwrity of your '' Foam, Orric c, l).v. u.U r 41, IS4. ,, lb undcrtffi twing honurisl with t'. roniiiMHtl to rrjttjr, through the U. S. ; i.. tbe ddrrww of lirhony Ten Kck. f C'MniM" 'be United Slates, on ! ' Vh int . baa aure the CoiimiI that tbe ,,.irtiirf ovcuraiimi 01 wir hiiki ami uene Ji!"""'"" '' IDe L'mted States (iovern . .....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 December 1848

128 !ie Olio. CALL - -For a Convention of Authors, at Faneuil Hall, to dis cum the question of international Copyright. .. y J. a. w. Ho, wielders of the mijhty pen ! Blen of the rolliog eye ! Ye who have heaved around the world Thought's surge, vast and high, Come, authors, great and small. In common eatue join heart and band, " '- And throng to Faneuil Hall ! , Ho, ancient Harrartf"! yonthfal sage T Long-fellow of the nine ! Shall this day's sun1 astonished rajs On thy short-comings shine 7 ' Ho, Lowell, Pierpont, Emerson, We're friends and brothers all, Ho. Taylor, Poe, Duganne and Read, Away to Faneuil Hall ! Cat short that sonnet, Tnctennan ! Prentiss, give o'er that jest ! Holmes, spare that pun Friend Sigourney, Let that deceased friend rest ! Ho, brother Burleigh, leave the cause ' Slaves, masters, chains and all ! Let's battle for ourselves awhile Be off. to Faneuil Hall ! Ho, true and valiant Brigadier! Resign thy loved employ, .Stay not to doff cbapeau and sword, Come up ...

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

s I 1: Vol. 5.1 THE POLYNESIAN, . Journal of the Hawaiian Government, , HAKI.ES UORDON HOPKINS, EDITOR. TERMS. lKm, fap, per annum, la advance - - IS 00 ' n",Bi'" lvce, ....... 3 o p')m. - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2 Rate f Advertising. uf, Jis nn"i, mi kwiiumi, i earn con. .,. Jicts ; aqaare (8 lines or b, first . rontiauaam I2i ta far... 1 Lc eueed.or awe half uuare, by the year, .6,00; ' .M S I A ml V...I. . .4 .... j ,; one hut column. .50 00; not eiceedint; one '4 ,!.' . Yearly aJvenisinj limited to the ad- j,. j ( frtrfwrswa; . i weoiy-nve cent! per line, Tor . ira inetoa. and aad oe-fcxjrtb ceau for each .-t IUcrllon. Tr.s.eni advertisers red to pay ta advance. T Afrnt far the Polynesian. I, H rmina. Rrf,. O. I. Jsr.es 6 Cs it., a s -r Mjirw rotter. rtMU St. Tim'. J. Il.tilcasua ISAAC M01HT(;())IEEY, F.LF.K IS GENERAL MERCHAN- )1E. T hn1 Tor sale, a reneral rtmrt of English, French and American Drv .od. l ,n, market, which be will aellat He In h,nJ and constantly receiving a lr...

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

130 were, to m certain extent, in one part of the vast domain, idoiators. and not in the other; that the North was essential! republican in every aspect of its political existence, while that ot Mexican America was as essentially composed of kingdoms and empires, and gov timed bv desootic monarchs. and that Re publics were interwoven with them; that each man in the North was a warrior, and an equal, acknowledging no superior, but their leader in time of battle, and, should he fall in action, there was not a member of the tribe in which they politically lived, but could have taken bis place, and tilled it wim sum lar courage and ability. In Mexican Amer ica they were not equal, but, from the Em peror they descended by degrees to the serf and slave : in that country, stone and stuc coed temples and palaces were, and still con tinue to be found, erected with costly mag nificence, and in which were jewelled idols to which they bent the knee; their rich dwellings were splendid mansions, ...

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

CerhrVtd ccpy. Jair, Kn. Police J .1.. '.T.i ll.iw.Julu, llnl of Oahu. L,,i4aiii f Elijah A. Korkwell, editor .Ui.hrr of the 'Sandwich Islands New'. h .1. Int-nocd newspaper, printed and nub- ,m..lulu, aforesaid, ahowcth, that one TPfc"r' journeyman printer, lately in j.it f ail complainant, did, on or about T Si of November last, feloniously take f. i ..tr. i .jrrr i'.h.hujj min e wtujiicii inuiUinanl, c;rtain manuscript papvrs, j 'at ul editorial articles, letters from cor- " i,nw S' said new spaK-r, communications, """Vr J.-utin nts, tli proierty of said coin 4' tm "f ' 'ue ol" 0, hundred dollar, tut ' ,"HW"I,, ua" been ' an. verily llic es, that the said Pea- instigated rt ly ' Gerrit . Li i iirraetii, or lately, the Minister of rtf the Hawaiian tovernment, and one r'. K"'"r oflirr in tho employ of the General of Custom of this port, and . k paid iN a4l In-ilied to commit aaid 51 ' .i. . ..: -i , nor or now am .riiuiM iui nniiHti, inc ,,, three hundn-d dollar; that immediately, ...

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

132 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1848. THE WATER. bt mi, im smith. Hew beautiful ibe water is! Didst ever think of it, Whea down it rambles from the skies, As ia an angry fit T It jostles, ringing as it falls, On all that's in the way I bear it dancing on the roof, Like some wild thing at play. Tis rushing now adown the spout And gashing oot below, Too tall of happiness to rest la its wild and sparkling flow. The earth is dry and parched with heat. And it hath longed to be Released from out the selfish do nd, To cool the thirsty tree. It washes, rather redely too, The floweret's simple grace, As if to chide the pretty thing For dost upon its nee. It scours the tree till every leaf Is free from dast or staia, Then waits till leaf aad branch are stOI'd, And showers them o'er again. Drop after drop is trickling down. To kiss the stirring brook, The water dimples from beneath With its own joyous look; And then the kindred drops embrace And singing on they go. To dance beneath ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 January 1849

II' 'V 1 r , F i : : ' -1 I 1 Si i! rilE .POLYNESIAN, J,'L -reklv el lloll Oahu, II. . ESKOttUOS llorKlNS, EDITOR. TERMS. is sHvaac, - 00 T r. .Mibv m advance a to 12ft Rttn r AterlUI. 14 lier finl irrtH, l,OH,rack con- a fc.l square t noes i, or i . L . . 14 1 4a . kji. , . L-N kUluMl AIL.. ijf aar . - -1 - ,-a, ,U calama. iU.(Wj not esrecdint ou J ,.. Ytstly aJverUwnj Uauled lo I ho ad- !lr-awaJ Twniy f tl per liar, for e-r1 t,u k Z Uwt ire rUad to puj in advance. H a .! lum,- w. n. jarves a t. o. a. r f at4tana. Poller. uuc MONTGOMERY, ifORR. W tiKNKIlAL MERCHAN- I... .11 L.n HI kind tod for mU. a reneral I ef El' French and American Dry iaarfnww " . ..L.t .lurk ba .11 aril i4l ' .. . kui aad h camataatlv receiving a U.mvt .f.ffTMrrwf salt, wbick ha will Mil VJTwUri.r.'Ni r.tMkU term. , - - j .rX.r aa kaBil KM lor SAM. f -lJ auk Mlack kJ Hawaiian Pro. LvT-ft MM. lorM market ftiem. ItKAEL II. W It It; 1 IT, ,UVTt:it AN1 CL.IZIKII, oflert for nW m nimmU Imm a fMral aa-ortmetil had ...

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