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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 February 1849

THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, FEB. 10. In another column will be found an extract from a letter penned by a person at the time of writing, and perhaps now, resident in Honolulu, wVich appeared in the " Daily Union," pub lished in the city of Washington, on the 1st of Septem!er, 1847. Knowing the variety of pas sions which a single human heart is capal le of containing, we read the extract more in sorrow than in anger, and we regretted at the same time, that in a country so noble and so free as the United States of America, a system should . still exist, the effect of which upon the minds of some of her citizens, is to produce a feeling of contempt and sometimes of abhorrence for peo ple whose skins are less white than their own We cannot but imagine that the publication here of this ungenerous document will give pain ; should it meet the eye of its author he must feel chagrined, not perhaps at having committed such a trespass upon humanity , to paper, (for that we can hardly e...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 February 1849

If I a i !" "pl ""'urt- I .bnve little or -tirw ' 1 " "'rable, narrow -nind-n rtn , tAbo coutn.l this oor, inibe- tfsnrant, black kinjr, mud admiuiatr bis , ern.m-m .uit their own arfib NiriMw. L rfl ! of tbe 10th March, . M editorial article showing tbe cotnlition J din I"!4' JC"! and dkmi truthful -rsiture uf tl situation and condition of the vf pn'u:iM". imi j "a win procure iu .Mirst'o". '0 ,h". el.triaU on Cuba, . paper f the 1 7th; ami that cotu-crn- . u iih1-- iifetn-e f these ialaodx, in the pa .J !w i4:b in noriw of our papers at hinie. I i. m.ire truth than poetry, I fear, in the r, w , tr rnint the design of Great Britain tbec lat-l. I bav lieen xrual.I for L.- rr since our force took MMtMMiiKI of 4j;..i "'" " these island mm much -ealcd. Ail I am imw well nati aJ thai. ! KHiie joint arrangement i t-flee. Mtri the l iMtr.l Mates, tircut Itntain, -J i ttnrr. treaty agreed ummi with th we a a a a .,rr ""'. iw woM-n in government shall w nvlled Jb.t, island will ) in. , tbe ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 February 1849

156 i)c CDlio. THE CROWDED STREET. BY WX. CPLLS MYAKT. Let me move slowly through the street. Filled with an ever-shifting train, Annd the sound of steps that beat The murmuring walks like autumn rain. How fast the flitting figures come The aild. the fierce, the sway lace Some bright with thoughtless smiles, and some Where secret tears have left their trace. They pass to toil, to strife, to rest; . To ball iu which the least is spread; To chambers where the funeral guest In silence till beside the dead. And some to happy homes repair, Where children, pressing cheek to eheek, -With mute caresses shall declare The tenderness they cannot speak. And some, who walk io calmness here, - Shall shudder as they reach the door Where one who made lhe.r dwelling dear, Its flower, its light, is seen no more. Youth, with pale cheeks and slender frame. And dreams of greatness in thine eye ! Guest thou to build an early name, Or early in the task to die? Keen soa of trade, with anxious brow ! Who is...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 February 1849

V : - it .a. ""i hd V'l. THE POLYNESIAN, r-(lJ-l Juralof the llawetiaa Mvernment, r.Uln-bd neeUy at llaaulu?a, Oaha, II. . tSUtbES CORDOX IIOrKlNS, EDITOR. T Kit MS. f I . a-trance, . It O0 in aath,in alvaace, ....... X &o ' Rates of Advertising. uiur. (14 ! I. rl laacrtsna. SljDO. each ran Mi'.tti ; halt sonare kw), urt rrm, H r-tft cmUinaaace i cU.j Carta, mo. ur,",lr'''''.,1; ln" veaSa.OO; ,.i wl.sr w -arr, llO.oa. Vcarlr advertising, aot ..(j mr hH ctina. SiOOOj not exceednts; nn m iei.ei. Yearly adeerttiag limited ta the ad- ta bewaeaa. irn Taljf-i real per line, for v M Hraettaaa, in i ana oac-wwna ccaia tot raea ,4 sf J fttt f 'Wyneaiaa. U. '" " Jarea4: Ca, . fnmm. (iiKim, 4xtrw tmim. I nil tal rrtl.e. Vuirilll. J. I. Ulraaua ilVLER IX liKNERAL MERCIIAN- itfolL been on band "d aale, reoeral .aeatef English, French aad American. Dry Upud to thia Market, which be will sell at .i it cull imrea. H has hd and ia constantly receiving a n- H rr7 Mr r,OT ',c be '! ell nrk of rcr,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 February 1849

158 n f irrAA and nrecious stones. Round hi. ht was wreathed a lorban of many colored folds, called the llautu; and a tas Fclled fringe, like that worn by the prince, but of a scarlet color, with two feathers of a rare and curious bird, called the coraqueu nlared noriffht in it. were the distin- L..-'u: inm,trn, nf rnvaltv. The birds from which these feathers were obtained were found in a desert country among the mountains: and it was deatu to destroy or take them, as they were reserved for the ' rln;ive nurnose of supplying the royal head-gearV Every succeeding monarch was Provided with a new pair ol tnese piume. and his credulous subjects fondly believed that only two individuals of the species had ever existed to furnish the simple ornament fog the diadem of the Incas. m- Proarntt'o account of the Peruvian nobility is already too succinct to bear abridg- 'It was the Inca nobility who constituted the real strength of the Peruvian inonarcny bv ties of consan irtiinitv. thev had com...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 February 1849

l ' ' - .v.... , . MiliIt( 4 in tba Philadelphia North n, present '' gratifying picture of fl,iHnn ITI prnprris oi wie WW republic ,v rat of Africa. It will I read with ail pleasure try all who feel lor the rfrJ race, ami titl furnish freh induce 10 rrr-n among tboe who have ro ,, sustained the lnevolent enter'tcise ,h it " cheering an account: I. S. Ship Jartieiown, Mtrit, Mijr lth, IS4. $.n iHtevpreiedly met nt Havre de , f rf a f iinMiMiita, when km on iirj ' , N.wC.lk to lube rroniaiil tf tin ship, " i" I' '"" Africa, to rruie fur the i,imr-e f rrrntic the slave trade rarried " M,,'4"r our fit ' ' roteet ,.unil increasing commerce on the rtui, " ' ttfir4 that I wuM write to you after I I ljMiliia mklm mnl' nt... n.. " r l t .. r -i . I r el in" rjmy oi i.Marno. bimi oi it ppftuniiy lo rortijHj with jour re- vv. hat e le at Monrovia three time, ami i-it I was hwe repeatedly, mixed . i j .....L . . Wit lle rM' in i -1 - , int i iii-q ..f ilw tfHMt intelligent among them w hat ibnf...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 February 1849

1C0 Sl)C (DllO. BE NOT OVER NICE. Vounj gents, if yoo dt wish to I, For remnant of yoer years. The thing that Franklin used la call A 'half a pair of shear; Traf let roe whisper in your ear A word of good advice Don't think to find perfection here, And be not ever nice. Take warning by my cousin Jack, Nor in his footsteps tread; Oh, how I've teased and talked to him, """Xnd tried to make him wed ! But he is se particular, u f f " So shy of all the fair, ; He'll b a Mae old bachelor , In spit of all my care, i : f.r-.- t ;: '. I ' One is in height a moaataia oak, A second like a tub, A third has got a mammoth foot, Anoiber'a nose is snub; , . One cannot brew, or bake, or sweep, Another cannot play, Another's always in the suds, ' Another quite too gay. Miss A good doughnuts cannot make, Miss B is said to paint, Miss C is wilder than the winds, Miss D too much a saint; -Miss E is careless in her dress, Miss F is too precise, Miss G is prone to take Scotch snuff, Mis II is food, of dic...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 February 1849

! . I . I j f. t ' -' T i r .' 5 ;"".- j "-.''.. - - - 7. s r-j UK POLYNESIAN, . J Jairaa.wf lh Uawauan (i.iverniueal, tally l Honolulu, Oabe. II. I. L(.oI)ON HOPKINS, KUITOR. TRIMS. . . . ....... (too . ..1 watka.ot adrenre, ....... 1 ill -r "t Kate f Awvertialae;. ,V' ! it fcf.l twnw. at ,. each rno. ..i ; aan anaar m or w, nr.! M i . (1 , ra. nMwaniM 1 2 1 ct.j lanls. a - i ct . tiaroo kail iar,lr ttw vear. 6.00; w irr, l Yearly ad rrrliaiiit ant m tl ri. V'nO M fiwdmj our t irony airwtsioj limtml in lk aa- , , ... l.lra. , (ls-iw-.i.-.Twtt.ee eeola prr liar, ar ! nvt.iK, aaJ u aaj ewp.jortk ct-ala l tack vlfxiiwr era rr uMire to pay in ajvjocr. L d Afrnlt.f" fmlfnrin. , j MiaM. M-MTa,. It Jrac t'o. K M M r ., -irrw rlu-f I A I ll.a hhi, J.ll.;ira .M.Kit IN GENERAL MEIICH AN- .ill kaxH on hand and fof ula. a rewril at I'.aglw. FrHh and Amenran Dry ,1, Up4 l tkw Market, wkitk Ii will at rffl rl pru. aa. an ktad anJ m constantly recening . ,iw.!r T icrt iwrwr Salt, kith ha will ael...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 February 1849

162 THE POLYNESIAN HONOLULU, SATURDAY. FEB. 24. CC5- Isolated a our little kingdom is, it is by . I .L... ..Ia ti 1 1.1 no mean unnaiurai mat many unconscious si? fall into the error of thinking that in the countries they left to come here, every thing was comfortable, snug, intellectual, moral, refined and near perfection. That propensity common to our race, of drawing comparisons between things present and things at a distance and out of sight, tends to this; as does also the little circulation which i given M the foreign newspapers which reach us. Yes, there is something in the very nature of our existence that makes us value the present time and its advantages, which we can measure, less than time past or time to come,' with the privileges and positions which we once enjoyed ot hope hereafter to possess. We are convinced of it, that some people feel they could be happy and free, from annoyance any where but in Hawaii, just because they happen to be here. That an immense amount o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 February 1849

afaft Mtrfiriulv tmnyant in Nippon and tr whole hip' enntpatiy. Thi-y can lie at ,,, ad to tin anlea f lioau when rent oo dan- .,. rr and iImti Iv rrndcr them -rfert "v-'i'- nf the I mfri are encompassed a - a ... - i M'Ktpti, m. mat mey w ill inflate litem- - i'" "i . ,, ' ,t m a moment time. Kecrnily two "liw j lfce I . . I- l.nf.n.f t., the 'Im' and uen ,.f:h . (.ti.f liailron, Lieutenant Mam and r Tliev, were lot m the surf on the hnr of one , lb-Me tran ports, when if they had been ,.-i-fMI with ttee contritaures they might ,c avoided the fatal catastrophe, as it need not u 'itr tiiuiutr. work In inflate and attach them , . ide .f the Iniat. These cuhh U can nl ., ii.e, i.i tl .-it caimiHitnd other heavy arti ,', !! , and aIo to oUain water from bore inrr!ni n.f of difficult , and ob.il.ly for unt other ueful urwc. T:r. Iln -i.t ti i Kaart n i;r.iM5T. . n (lie !..od.ti Krning Mail' of S ptcmlier ;;b. we li I the following leading article in re--,il ! the tendettry and effect of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 February 1849

164 SONG OP THE WATCHERS ON THE SHORE, lu some of ihe fishing villages on the coast of Norway, when ihe meu go out with the boats, the females assem ble on the beach, chanting a wild song-a prayer, not for Ihe success of the fishers, but for their afe return: aud they do not qua the shore until the boats return. Tu a weary, weary sight, The sky and the ocean lone, , , Ami the distance, that solemu mystery, Veiling oar loved, our own, As we cry upon their track, Brother and sire, come home! Ilu&ltand, and lover, and son, conie back, : ' Over the surge and foam! For our heart- are dark, and our muI ate diear, ' Till we see the light of your smiles draw near. Hardy, and gallant, and true, The hearts that lor us toil; Right cheerfully every peril brave. From the seas to take their spoil. Weil know they where we stand, Waiting their glad return; And their guiding light is the star of hue, Whose beams around litem born. Ah! what were the hearts r the homes ihey left, Of the crowuiug g...

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

' -. 'l1 ' 5.1 THE POLYNESIAN, .J JuraJf Ike Hawaiian Gaverwmeal, - 'klj lola. Oak, II. I. iai;ouyv HOPKINS, EDITOR. T-KNS, ft auaesa, adrance, ....... it oo .it SBlh,la 'JtSM.t, ....... JM i-r. l Ralra f Advertising. wW!f'. (I lieee). krt laeiiia,l,0t, rack eon- ; a kf Kiire (9 lines or ksa), first lAM'r''M,l"MM ! ! Caroa, no. Miwixt eae kail nasa-e, by tka year, es,00; , aar a.;are. Iia,ni. Yearly adverttaiaf not mt half reieaie. aio.na); not eio-edmf one i Vtarl- aarrrtiiai hauled in ad- Ci4 I Jivr"i rmU . Tweety-f ee easts per line. Tar MrrirMi. Bad mi and ana lenrtk eealefaveack (irrttMr art required to pajr la advaace. Wt mf A ftnttf-r tke Jefyaetm. . . . .t . liNfMI . fl h JirtftA I ' I I I. " " ' ic aoxTiatxKKV, fI.Kl- IN GENERAL MERCIIAN- 1 ' lt beep na kind and fr sale, general a .I i .-- ti. 1 J.p'-l ibis market, nlmh Ik! mil sell al (..4i ak trw. 1 Im kand end ia ewnetaalty raceitine; a W4y t",,y aupnfMe nlt, wkab be will sell Ik m barter, on ieeMiable tarius. 7 . t i ir...

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

160 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, MARCH S. Ot Fifty times and oftener, have we regret ted to hear persons, of whose desire to see the native population ad ranee in numbers and civil ization no doubt could lurk upon our tniod, condemn tbeir lore of finery and articles less called for by necessity, than a taste for pleasure end perhaps luxury. Our own solicitude has always been that they were not more generally possessed of such desires, and we have fre quently turned over in our mind, several plans for engendering in the bosoms of the natives various artificial wants. It is tbeir misfortune, at present, to crave for too little: they are too easily satisfied, and hiring adjusted their wants in their means of administering to them, instead of reversing the operation and rawing the sup ply to follow the demand, we see them stagnat ing under influences chargeable mainly to a bounteous soil, a sweet climate and an abundant supply of fish. So long as they remain con tented with such ...

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

I i -,-trf w BMe. The rnnet important of bia prnduriMtna, in 4Jitton to bia talented tbe Journal des Debata', were bia ji Ureeee, and a er ojHiUr easay on litina t ! eeiiwabip, io wnirh he af Lj tk wlnt freedom of I be pre) a re pre T,t,.f futrrumrnl waa worth nothing. Hk 'Tjrt, uutk were poMiehcd in 1829, io thirty JT, tb Kildibrr. ( L'Avocat and Le Fevre) tt ieul biiu I be euormua auiu of $50,000 (UtberH')11. Julr revolution tok pJurr, be ad fWJ iberlaim of ibe Deke of Uonleuax, wfuard giving be Mlb of loyalty to loowia H.jipj". oMijrwd bm to resign bia title of For b follow mi tea year he devote pnrit.ll Io literature, producing krr worka, bia tranalatioti of Milton, rfaa pl'y e fjeiifoantnl an iinUtunded ratHM. and bia Km y on Eflj;Iih Litera fA IKC h ' years of bia life be at rcltto,o.-rupinjr himself with bia k.tv , nndf r the title of '.Vemtnrti f outre .i,' ( Mcwunr aner me tonibj. A modern tbr following eoncMe view of Cba ,.' gewiu: Ki)leM glowing, rich in images, full of s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 March 1849

168 She (Dlto. DAYS THAT ARE NO MORE. ir twhtioi. Tear, Ml Inn, I kaow not whet they mean; Tears from the depth of some dmot despair Rise in tbc heart, and (father to the eyes, la looking 1010 the happy A otunw-fields, Ami ihiukiuK of the days that are no wore. Fresh as the first fleam glittering on a sail That brings oar friends up from the under w.irld, Sad as the last which reddens over one , That suit with all we love, below the verge; So ud, so fresh, the days that are oo more. . . Ah! sad aad stranfe, as, in dark Dimmer dawna, The earliest pipe of half-awakened birds -To dying ears, when unto undying eyes The casement slowly grows a glimmering square; So aad, e strange, the days thai are mora. ' . ' f -Dear as remembered kisses after death, 1 And aweet as those by hopeless fancy feigned On Hps that are for pthers; deep as love, Deep as first love, and wild with all regret, Oh, Death in Life the days that are uo more.! Miseries of Hcmik Life. Slopping in the street to address a...

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

id. s.f THK POLYNESIAN, Vl.t .l Jaernalof the Hawaiian Government, , Ii'In J weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. . iLUnnDOV HOPKINS, KDITOR. TRIMS. v arf , ia tit tar, . . eeihs,in edvsace, ... 01) 3 c..ia. Ha tee m( Atfvertiainc. ..... 1 1 a Iibmi. km iBiMtiM at an mi4 ,.,.!. ; hail seara (4 liaea a leas), oral . M, l" , ' - m ww..HVwa I 4 varus, B)0 a sat riediarea half aa;Bare,tiy the year, B,00; mt mm asatra. 01 ? art Vnrli dtMliun ui ..tf e kl coieiae. tie A; aat eteeedina oa : - - i . . . . . "."" i wT-Tiiwag uroiifa io lee aa. . . . . k. i , fi 'rta. a4 ait a ad aoe-lourta. cnl lor each , ieeie. a,st ajtertiaer tr rvqaiml to pay i advance. L.'i f Aftnttfar Ike Polynfnan. M aae. .raa.. (i. H. J arm fa. a tfllaa H FltMlva. & .irvvk Pnti ,wn. ivrltklnllr -latrtlll, J.ll.li I44AC 0T03IEltY, vF.I.EU IX GENERAL MERCHAN- ' IHE. aid Ik a-a o band and for aale, a general t mnl ef Eu8!ish, ' react, and American Dry vK adapted to tbia market, which b will aell al assert iaab pores. H baa a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 March 1849

170 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. MARCH 10. VJ" We are glad to learn that the police force of Honolulu is likely to be brought on the carpet before long with a view to effect some improvement in its organization and usefulness, How its members have hitherto got along so well as they have done, is the question in our mind; for had the same laxity and want of dis cipline existed almost any where else, that has existed here, we imagine the evil would before this have corrected itself by converting the guardians of the peace into a nuisance intolera ble. And perhaps our constables would have been insufferable by this time had it leen the practice for individuals to remain in the service long enough to get well spoilt. But they put on the jacket and badge of office as supernumera ries on the stage don their helmets and shields, and having made their appearances in two or t hree scenes, and begun to wear off the awk wardness, tbey divest themselves of their trap pings and retire int...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 March 1849

, m proJa-iff the; tome million! of tlicm '"n-d aonually I Proceed into the inus 4 i"""1' ' 'rry e ? No, 'tiaiiH ine stM-Mea Willi tbcir " .. l l, tucir laorv bllltluti'. tm nt !. i - i ' 4. ' - fv.iu, iuri IUUK ai ine Child's llimi ...rtt. if inovliu.. Here u i.n .,1.. . r .1 ... uc "" "imi VT-u tW or four h J. .Vh i. ' ' . .. furd tea nr ir4, ............ r ..i .." ui. uui U we 'J W Pt,er. .. . ,n,H peeVof Uuei . Ce k" Xm lW CUC,U ' .-.u 1- ... .1... .1 -l""1 "re waning lor some favor - - . . J. . . : ""r " mnuenee to call tbem !; walk billier ; take the ,..n the h-lre ; wlert the Ixxikf con .fc. fiUM- ltrh he i likljr to require; 1 a.. al.. U Im, latLaaaa ,1... a..a L I " ...... j aa.ia it, me iufi . r i , innmi'i long uue oi sinnll . ,llrt,VulJ rarnrtv.1, with dk to write Jrarr fur kmi to put his rivaie tuicr .r of i k he rrtaiii until h tiiu.bc . . . . ua,,M witn '; iron ; niiHii to luiii.li aa t. ft a - a .. ,..! laitH1 IfHika of pattern, write ..ihrr Iih h Imp ka wlrlr. ; bam...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 March 1849

i nr. ... J. M ........ . . . nB"aW!T!MMM . w a . !a k h I bc Ho. y We cheerfully comply with ihe request of a sub scriber to give place in our columns to the following piece of selected poetry, which cannot be read without emotion. THE DYING BOY. Ii must be sweet in childhood to give back The spirit to its maker, ere the heart Hath grown familiar with the paths of sin, And sown to gather up its bitter fruits. 1 knew a boy, whose infant feet had trod Upon the blosoms of aome aeren springs, And when the eighth came round, and called him out, To retel in its light, he turned away, And sought his chamber, to lie down and die ! , .'Twas night; he summoned his accustomed friends, And in this wise bestowed his last requests : Mother, I'm dying now; . There's a deep suffocation on my breast As if some heaTy band my bosom piesseJ. And on my brow I feel the cold sweat stand. Say, mother, is this death? Mother, your hand ! ere, lay it on my wrist; And place the other thns, beneath my head, An...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 March 1849

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