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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 January 1849

134 Broke Hearts. I have no great faith, generally speaking, in what is called " a broken heart." In this instance I am al most as Confirmed a sceptic, as Sam Slick, that shrewdest or Yankee clock makers. " What, sir," methinks I hear some green sentimentalist exclaim, " Do you then attach no credit to the histories of Sappho and Phaon, Hero and Leander, and a hundred others that I could mention, who died, be taiul all-4o8sibilitv of-cavil.- of broken hearts?" Unquestionably not; I believe indeed thatsuch people lived, and that in progress of. time they were gathered to their kiudrcd earth, tut I deny that they died, cither directly or indirectly, of tho pathetic malady attributed to ' them. For who are our authorities on this point? t The poetfra set of fellows whose indifference to facts js notorious, and who tell such' preposterous falsehoods, aiid with such a grave face too, that there is actually no believing a single word they say! The case of Sappho, who, these inventive gent...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 January 1849

. m- !' ,"" I'-T'- or! rritrmiuro our .4,M.b "f ',M -N'4" ." which yu had iln-1 undraw in a -pint nf ciHH iliiiliMii hK ' 'tbiiity knonn thf vnl " J"wf N. 2? if tho l.'wh M ' 'If-JM "SreraMy to a note fur- . J b at f ry inniiM'tit. 1 1in mmi N. 27 rc-rxl irr to-day, t (h- h" r:i-l lijr iiu-, in M iM'il to indicate j, j winch I bad "iniel out t yu u t ah " w.wll li-l'aM! M. (iui.nt, th, jiu U.. "''I' '"' e'u","'e taMe which characterise , I bub ' '" urKl fur )u a lung tune the aullr-ige f lb whole corj uf r'nreigu ncrrwdiifj near (lie Kin,. being Imf-r i'ii-r, rmibl it.ii any more rvten ,t . ,h.ulJ fHTujty myself uitlt ln dc.Mres j j, ft.rtiM-lrra. wll aW ' pTini-MMi i clam in I tic ..f hrtr .if I lie !Uh of tin month, ,.rjfli touching the rnyrr which I al jtoI t )"-. the H-r.iiHi .f your No. 20 ,!lic pim who-li it iitu,t nrrakion to M. liui iii, among tbe 'inrt ;i-riitii i.f which the , tiu fruiitly iuiMMMtl iihhi hh, by ,-.Mihuc tit If. Mr. Minister :o n-rlu-e a. 4c ilol i:iaaea of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 January 1849

J 36 For the Polynesiaa. A BEREAVED MOTTIES'S LA MENTATION. Say, where rt tkoo gone, my wee4 darliiif child. . . . With thy soil tu of love, and IB young voice so mild.' I bi-ar thy li?hl foatateix is every place, This bear! beau in anguUh, my chiid to embrace. ., ; 0 where hall I to my lovM one to ee, . , To hear her soft praule, wichmnniiic to me; , Her name oft repeated by sister and brother, II ring not back my child to the anna of her mother. Iter place fat left vacant, her cradle and bed, 1 gaze on in silence, and tears of grief abed; Her toys are untouched, her chair 1 anmoved, A strong tie is broken this heart is bereaTed. Desolation and grief, team of sadness and sorrow, To-day fin this heart, and depart not to-morrow; Though often my slumbers unsettled and broken, Are cheered with light visions, by kind angels spoken. 1 know there is joy, which in grief may be found, . And I ho' stdnean and sorrow life's path may surround; Vet bright beams of gladness -dispel the dark gloo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 January 1849

IS r i r . ' H , . ' 7 ' . . ;' . ViiL 5.1 TUP: POLYNESIAN, Tw Official JMimaioi me Hawaiian itovernment bltaed o-eckljr at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I ClIlllLESGOlinON IIOTKINS, EDITOK TERMS. mwovj w nmniB,in adaoe, 3 M j;W cHr, - 2 Rale ( Advertising. iMMvf,l(li"l.lint iaertina,i.n, each coo ,,, Ji ti l kail are (S liae or Ini), first rtHW.X ria., eacn contianance 2 cts.s Cards, mo. ,e c execedine kalf maf, rv the year, C,00; . enerdia? ear, 0.u. Yearly advertisis; nH c4w: hill ewlnine, a j).llO ; not exceeding mi ,. i leariv wirnmnj named to tb ad. aara tsioe. rJ !rrriiifmrU.-- Twentr-five emu per line, for , i'rM laarnma. ami atl aaj oivt-toarlb cents fur each ..warol irrte. I iJtmirn are required to pay ia ad n nee. Lid sAfrnlsfor the nrw. I 4ii4. M. "" O.D.Jarre A: Co, Larvo 4l ilU Woarettt. J.ll.ui ISAAC XOKTIiOMERY, ELF.R IN GENERAL MERCHAN Ut. will keep oh band and Tor sale, a general .rtarnlrf Lnrliah, French and American Drv ;4. ad!' ,DI nr,t which he will kII at tka to ' ! H h...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 January 1849

138 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JAN. 13. CO" We are glad to learn that a email quart tiry of Vaccina Lymph lias been introduced here from on board the Dale,' now lying in the harbor. Wlioerer the party was who made liiirtfelf instrumental iu procuring a fresh sup ply of this preservative of life and good looks the community owes him some gratitude, for one by one, the diseases of other countries are finding us out, and that the small-pox will event ually visit us we have no reason to doubt. We hope vaoeination will be generally resorted to, if not actually enforced, as a safe-guard, and the apprqnch of the enemy be in consequence, less a matter of dread than heretofore. The large number of deaths amongst the na tives, caused by the recent importation of the measles and whooping-cough, is a fact which no man can regard with any other feeling than one of concern, whether he things with the eyes of a philanthropist (if such eyes any longer exist), or of a politician, a planter ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 January 1849

,4ra I'V lit" Minister of the Interior, Ld mi i!" " qoteI. ' mTm Jkrfa Ime me 'surgrst such , (W,lM Mr.mU lart lead to the remedy fr hm;' i-rrnmril mutt adoiaj their own of an' witbout further atiggrMiona -r. I'' ,u'4' rarooght again to feel rt h" ' '"rrn'Mrnt ainrrrely sought for ,,a and opinion, arm mat that thv would ,. ih'tn in spirit of candor, ami with a ,..im fit ly llirni, might tiediapoaed aitli your invitation, in the ireciit ,v"lt ' I recur to the ial, ami re- , osjrx if r.Mrlurt adopted ijr the King' (-,;iri tower l itir, in all mjr pn-timia at. ! jm!j' ditlieultira, an.l to provide mean ,.iM(ii-r, iiifuturr, I feel that I IihiII , mii 'f"lN,r ajrrcialMMi of my own j ..tMn, ami .in rlf.reiect, were I again . If I" ,K dacel in a poaiiion where ' J( 'nwnpv He.1 Mliiit In the HHM-tifx-n-l',,MJ a,,,l Ulwr worm than , tbt Government, my motive impngti , ami MrtHHM potdiily f.tUifWil. w tl.i r.l'"'. adhere to tht reotiitin alop- w, or too wnrr. In keep strictly , l.in of nmt '...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 January 1849

140 POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 184!. Che Ho. ! THE LAND OP DREAMS. nWllUAMC. BBVAHT. ' A mighty realm is tbe Land ol Dreams, With steeps tUl bug in the twilight sky, And weltering nad trailing streams That gleam where the dusky valleys lie. But over its shadowy border flow Sweet rays from the world of endless morn, Aad the nearer mountains catch the glow, And flowers in the nearer fields are born. The soubTof the nappy dead repair, s 1 , Fron their bowers of light in that bordering laud, And walk in the fainter glory there, ' With the souls of the living, hand in hand. One calm sweet smile in that shadowy sphere, From eyes that open on earth no more One warning word from a voice once dear How they rise in the memory o'er and o'er ! . l. -f Far off from ihosehills that shine with day, And fields that bloom in the heavenly gales, The Land of Dreams goes stretching away To dlmer mountains and darker vales. ' ,. ' , : ; There he the chambers of guilty delight, ' , There walk the ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 January 1849

li WAV-" . I . i M i . it i 3 9. lr. t.K IF toH if- - aH 9 m4 arW'1 TIIK POLYNESIAN, , ,i Jurnalof tk flam Goveraaneat, ,, ,i,ftc.l ecfcljr at Honolulu, Oabu, M. I. HKI.F:"I)0N HOPKINS, KDITOU. TERMS. ,ir nn p" ia Boraac, . . - - IS On - 3 iO Ul , w'.'i wsoha.io aJraace, . T" Rale ef Advertising. ' '" inaertHHi, ai.ne, each con .... i . an, a are ( " trt .. , .i ; ! , rsi-ii ralinaaoce cU.j Cards, no aai ?i ".T"'lf.jiir,hy iHr yri.H.ort; M " 4 X sre, early advertiin;r, ant kali colnm, avion nt ricmliaf one . ! Warlr aJvcrtma; limited .o the ad .. rj a I tuurw. , 4 lr f'f mrtxtt. Ttftit (w cent pr line, for ,-,i irt,oa, and mi and ooe-luarth cents for each jval ibwrtina. r -iLrfnt sirrriiafrs are required la pijr m advance. . - J f or Polynnim. B " - . M . . ai. II m'wm i p . ... ir. 4arnr. j. o. Pitman r'a inn, An4rrm 'mot iKtrt, L- rii A I !t.c. Moiftiii.C J. ll.l.U-a vKU.V.U IN iiKNKR I MKKCHAN- I . - I ' .11 L Mm rift ttaitit ftftfl fn9 i Im nan.nl ' I '1'r.. ' I ' - - -..-..- or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 January 1849

142 Prom the New York Mirror.l TRAVELS IN ARABIA PETRjEA. There is no portion of the earth's surface, towards which the attention of the civilized world is turned with a deep interest and cu riosity than to that which forms the subject of an attl active work, entitled 'Impressions of Travel in Arabia Petra?a,' by Alexander Dumas, translated from the French by a la dy of New York. The author, M. Dumas, is well known as a poet of distinguished genius, and a highly successful dramatic writer. His Impressions' in this work are conveyed with great liveliness and truth, and there is a vein of buoyant humor running through his des criptions, which gives them a peculiar charm. The translator, who is understood to be Mrs. Edward S. Gould, has executed her task with a spirit and ability, which attach to the English edition much of the merit of an ori ginal work. It may be said of it, as of Cole ridge's Wallcnstein, that it is a transfusion of thoughts and expressions from one lang uage into a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 January 1849

of tha 30th 'Thia mnniiiif i t ,---, . .. T1i nf "a.T ,w5 Krvnrh -learner Ocean, bav . board 270 riM of muskets, amunition, a " f "nf ) " ri,y"fi'r olunieers, sailed rhufbor 6 Ancona and Venice. k.f Ckr Albert received, on ike I8ih of .LIu l..t. i . r Larmier, "" - niw iiiiauiiaiauia ui .vbie f I arena, Hacenza; Modcna, arvi L o, proirvtinf againat Ue brutality of the f tirr jftrniwnt violeutly aubtituteil in Pnr- (..rl 1,,'ua K-jiiimate government ii : .1 ,H k.mf ma wijTwj fare ino most gra frrHin 10 the oVtHitice l.y whom it was usj, aoring I Htm that be fH for the fate niifjrt an te ro i nres, a nJ that he hnp f Murr them front oppression. With .,,.ewbwsrrrgnniairighis army. Peace,' , i :. !, M jr concluded. We have ac--1 :fcc olT.' of a mediation, lut we have no , to r-re for n er.' The deputation hr Kin; convinced that he wn the real (.j i f !:.i'i.n iu lojtrvh we. 1 -jc'iiii' frif N-ina, of the ISth Sep ir. .ui'!"l I'Jf h 'Corrirre Mercantile c iin t."Mi that i.iuii had made i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 20 January 1849

144 Z)t (Dlio. SOLITUDE.- Oh, when this strange and varying life I5y miitow is imbued, How sweet it is l quit its strife, Awl fly to solitude To pace the forest's louely way, To breathe the mouiitaiu air, Or loiter o'er the wiuding Lay, When the sea-breeze is there. There is an iris o'er the storm, A flower amid the wild, Like heavenly hope, or some fair fotin, That on life's pathway siniled ; Ami nature's charms, I deem, still may Sweet peace of mind restore To those who coldly turn away . From lite dull pedant's lore. There's muic in the distant bell, Though none when it be nigh ; We are apart, it seems to tell. From that hypocrisy. Which, in life's crowded, dusty path, Is CTcr round us still More baneful than the tempest's wrath, Or tyrant's angry will. The injured, even, may forget, Their sense of hate or wrong, To mark the snn, in beauty set, Or hear the wild bird's song ; Whilst, in that sweet, thongh lonely, hour, Some dream, that late seemed vain, Freed from the world's mali...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 January 1849

THE POLYNESIAN, - i).T il Jl of the Hawaiian (overnmcnt, (HiUlfKcd weekly at llonoiuln, Oahu, II. I. ( H K LES O II OO N 1 1 0 1 K I N S, K I) IT It. TERMS. iVtrrnfT p sassm. la a-Waitc, IS AO tar r-, ui months, m a lace, 3 CO . Tii Rale r Advertising. iWM"(,'"1'1'' insertion, a I, Off, each enn b rviitt ; :M hall usr liar r !), tint tT,t,a, J4 c ( , rch continuance 11 cts.; Cards.no- fcca-A iwlia laalf a-mar", tiy in year, 6,011; .j..liBf w squire, Vrarly advrrtiinr, nnt dinf n- hH eolnai. : al rtcerdist one i, !. ''. V early a-ii-rtiwaj limited in lUe aU .as a la-in.-a. ,i t ir. r,-mrnf. Twenty 6" conls prr line, for rt iMvrtwn, anj sit auJ on. fourth ccuts fur cac.li ,,,vt wrtm. TrtaMtat a.lrcrits ars reuiri lo pay ta advance. L tt n Afcntiir the i'oljneian. I .!. " nTos,. li t) Jinni ( u. Ttai'n. I." Mirm. J. II. Hrmmm i.c mostkohkky, DV.tifM IS GENERAL MERCHAN DISE, mil keep on band and for aale, a general wni uf Lnrliah. French anl Amcriran Drv I ,;,J.. a,Up'e'l to market, whi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 January 1849

146 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JAN. 27. CO" We have no great faith in the power of argument; or rather, to be plain and straightfor ward wilh our readers, we are absolutely scep tical in the matter. Prejudice and pride, self interest and misapprehension, are sad perverters of an argument, and a man whose mind's eye views things through any or all of those mediums, ami expects to see them as they really are, might as reasonaWy anticipate to behold objects free from misshape and distortion by looking through a spyglass whose lenses are broken and the ma chine generally disarranged. Men actively em ployed, and hot in the pursuit of their desires, are not, as a rule, candid enough to be argued into this, that, or the other way of thinking. It is ten to one but they will assent to your premi ses, and nod their heads approvingly as you lay them down, but when it comes to the ergo, the therefore, the consequence, they usually agree with you or otherwise, according as your deduc ti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 January 1849

i situ ! 'irculat frev-lr. rrtceil ' ' , 1 i'- ". illants were little ' 4 kmt tawd iIim marriage in ex 'r put Yl mtt" that ih lady 4rol to rail my arrvant, and " "''''""M. MiW to thein- id VU. Ik friend ami t of "Hy touih. a dear friend, to m wn.lT the greatest ohligationa. , fiiered '" ,nB accident of Itirth h as rnaldrd to help ntr through with pecuniary arrvsrrs, and to con- ,Mv. although we are Loth near '., .r f ai, b kae consented to take M . 4 i. j puntuw in narw oi an Old itii'irmdirs hate rnmprlUwl her to .r r .. 1 II I ",'.. ar bad rwrr hM nig ht of earn other, niitr ibou.ht thai ar uniinl 1(6 year- ,M bats " Itfethrr under the aame m ft.'. nHl'Htl subjecting ciumclrca to .J.k raw.paprr orrifn. Ami the ' ,i. iU ' bc hI not surmise. "T - tnrstaMish aa t ,ahrrwal I to th of us, that ahe ti deotnluNl aa my servant, al- kTfat liot MounltN cither her ,'.rv.J f-l'n; or mi. Her nam waa .. ur mutual friends, anj the . i.t it.fifin hi whom sha bestowed hrr lint j ur Aitilal baa mad...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 27 January 1849

i4 FLOWERS IN THE CITY. BT FBANCE8 BBUWS. Well we know thera as the blossoms Of the green and glorious May Life hath left so far away, In old woods and glens whose tosoms Wear the dew of summer's yooih : It hath passed from ours, in soolh ! ' .- Yet how fresh "on brow and spirit Breathe, through tumult, dust and atone, Cuds the wide green wastes inherit, Blooms in sunny gardens grown . And some beside far risers known With old summer memories round them ! -, Linked with many a glaace and tone ; . : The loved but not the changed we found them Tones grow strange and glances chill, But the flowers are lovely still. 1 " '- Lovely by the pied-up Tolumes -...'' Of the world"s long trusted lore, , Through the mart's thronged toil and store And the temple's cold gray columns With a mightier wisdom fraught And the faiih onr years forgot : With a wealth of odors, bringing All the golden eyes we met Since our first blue violets' springing. - . Ob, the days that rUe and set On earth's green hil...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 February 1849

I J i2 Vf fl it w. r fit 5.! rHE POLYNESIAN, 1 J-wimal ' Hawaiian Government, ....irJ erahr at Honolulu, Utki, . I. (iilij.OlllMi llOKINi,KI)ITim. T K It M H. rt ua.n. in advaac, C 'to .,i wain 14 advance,. ...... i V! ' Ratea f Advertising. ., ... nt ir". hrat lavnMin, I.Ofl, each rna ,,. . ; '' ir ( !'' or le), tirt "k'm r. h continence 2 et.j CcriU.no j .' .1inn' half oaare.t.r the jenr. ss.iio; o l Yearly ad vertiaint; not kli n un. eiiioo; not excr-eding one J ,i,. Vrtrl) lfUiBJ hunted lo the ad- livni i waty-Bv twin per line, for .,,.1 itr;tMi, I u i . mriviinii stbh iwi racy rtKii i-ti n are r'irrd lo pay is advance. , .,' af A ?' f"r ' i'olyHrtuin. ,,, i a nii.u.. r."ro,. J. U. Jar)- Co, . I Cif v "Briat o, aartrrw Pmiv. n t"'4''" ' "raf, J. II. f.k-oauu itC MONTGOMERY, IA.R IN GENERAL MERCI1AN iir tru' e-i. on hnl nd for tale, a general L-im'ni w t!ji"". r renew ana AimiHin ury ,1, .).('' to tnia reamer, which ne win Mil at ;(srt prr. f M hn vonatsntly receiving a . fptf of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 February 1849

150 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1849. arrangement of her features were only a trifle less Kalmuck. Nevertheless, in spite of the obliquity of her eyes and the promi nence of her cheek bones, she would still find many an admirer, not in Kalinuckia alone, but all the world over. Her looks convey an expression of the utmost gentle ness and good nature, and like all the women of her race, she has an air of caressing humility, which makes her appearance still more winning. After the ball came the concert.. The women played one after the other on the balaika, and then suns m chorus. But there is as little variety in their music as in their dancing. At last we were presented with different kinds of koumis and sweetmeats on large silver trays. When we came out from the kibitka, the princess's brother-in-law took us to a herd of wild horses, where one of the most extraordinary scenes awaited us. The moment we were oerceived. five or six mounted men, armed with Ions lassooj, rushed ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 February 1849

and ns generally ini.l.-rsto. that thoy .r;itt.MI. tMIt lllAt tlieV Wi r f,,, ,vrt M r.i'HitHiiitratr with, ami to wit. I money ' ii..ri! Nir-I. who nt thnt tunc nt the .1 f the tm'p in irm against thn existing ,.rr:im'" T"""; ! so little wns this ..4,i.n Mt.'lT.-l a n dangerous or ilje , ,rjV prrrrih-nt the rvrrnniviit of 6, fnli.rh yu ' "' Ihf rlm f, nt i.rpsi.lciit of .k. tint xtif oron.ioii nf tin-marriage i .). ui" n. hi i t!i. r of that year, h-r Cath- Mij Ji-l to r. mfcr n SatiiiIi ., i tint arnc Dinih Charge d'AlIairea, , trrl fr the cr ire li Iiad thus mit'crod'; ,.) ,n order tint tio im-take itiisht exist as to .' J.. ..I. !. .. w rf,, trnn ! sii.nu in n -iiiiimi HotliM ir wn ,;" i "r" tin- mi? piwti to i ... a t .1 linn was . m tlir tlnr.1 Iwa.l, the all.-g.nion mile re ,h ,ti iiiuiH-i-n: trrouinl work for the rm--I,..1 driMn fivn th.'tn. .th n zar.l t.i the m.iirrretion of tho 7th of y,i. ft Maln-I, the only wny iti yiu-i the ,,.. i.h iiewp-iwr ero att-niptr. to connect ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 February 1849

152 8Hjc (Dlio. A RECIPE FOR MAKING TIME STAND STILL. T W. P. PR A ED. Dear Tom ! if you would learn ihe way To quaff life's true elixir. To keep your carls from growing gray, And, as joy flies, to fix her: Though scholar in do modern schools, Skilled but in old romances, I've yet a few old-fashioned rules To check grim Time's advances: And this the first If day aod night You'd shun the dotard's bold, 'Keep all about your Conscience right,' And then you'll not grow old. And never mind, wbate'er they tell, Dear Tow, of modem uses, . , Be sure you'll do just twice as well - To slkk to old abuses; So pay your taxes love your king, Howe'er our sages bore you, Take opening med'eines in the spring, As your fathers did bofore you; Don't lend your razor nor your hack, ' And when you lend your gold, Be sure yon dont expect it back, And then you'll not grow old ! And stem howe'er yon play your part In Lite's more sober stages, Keep one small corner in yonr heart For boyhood's sunny pages; ' D...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 February 1849

1 I 4 i ' 11 i OA . VWi I V V V A NT I -t-.-rr.-r-.w. . HONOLULU, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1849. BUSINESS CARDS. ,Sr., Juraa! of iWa Hawaiian Go.ernment. - mm.L I II I H a . ... .. rOLi JIESIAJi PRINTING OFFICE. ,t;iuioNH.nciNS,KiiTOR. plain ani ats ijioKrtlob printin, TERMS. -cch as Sh Bill., Bills of Exchange, Bill nf Lnding, - oa lit - iH y. art !. S-lSwee, 1 moBtB,B Bitaae, Kates of Advertising. lirl, Srst iss-Tlma, ai,oe. each roo- ka.l Msare ( r !), bri k ....I ....u. I '1 1 Ht d '...I- ... 1 I H . ' " , U'. 1 " '"i. early aeniainf Bn ktil !'". sioan; -t esre-tfina; t. !.', I' ttl't Pamphlets. C'ntalngaes, t.ircaiara, II 'bills, Bill Ileitis. Consular Blanks, flank Ueeds, Tl iJwf"' -T'sr-6 rents per line, furl . . ..ma. sua ' wwini CTmmnci iltffti'M are rea.s.re.l U par is advance. H sai-i-a. Bw-ms. lib Jimit(.l . . a. r.i i l.s.x ) t atwt ar. As-Ww fuller. Vmn. i. II. f ;!- DONA ISABEL DE SOLIS, GUEEN OfI Cende, the learned historian of the Arab uKANADA. dominion in Spain, call...

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