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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 April 1849

194 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1849. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. APRIL 21. His Majesty's Visit to the U. S. Triks-roKT-sHir "Massachusetts." The U. S. team propeller (transport-ship) " Massachu setts" had been anchored but a short time in our harbor, when Captain Wood expressed a wish that His Majeaty-o whom he understood the sight would be a new one might arrive from Maui in time to visit his vessel ; and the King having returned late on Saturday, availed himself of the opportunity, so politely offered, to see something new, and accordingly went on board on Monday last, at S o'clock in the after noon. The Queen accompanied him, and their attended bv a larse body of chiefs and chiefesses, and foreign officers, some of whom were fortunate enough to have ladies to share in the pleasure of the excursion, and they were also followed by a considerable num ber of persons, some of whom pretty nearly answered to the English exons in waiting; others were petty place holders,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 April 1849

j Fresh nrroont from I he gold regions of I ur " rt" ril,r,r ire man rotmrm the pro JirI ,n ' r ""'uncerncnl. A space , 'C! . lite Si air of New York, ranging on either .uoftlir Nevada mountains, i one rnnzlomer glrd ma f ,U,"P " driblet of pure ore, and sand "l,arK,p '-c "lany l airy even upon .h. ' wan. l actoius a tit I the laltktl irea . .rrf lud, w-fro a a shadow to this reality. ith wuk'H iiM-nk wuiimmi ami cniKiren, mi knap and p,rhei, lue abandonment of every -ln-r iiurMit. (;alilrni4ti arc lccrwtiiiC Midasot of the In y t.im. Ni li idly floating at anchor in the Pacifo barb.r, dfscrtcd by every living l. fib.il ww viuar are -it to the -L-a'ami lial. and iberr is not spared even a tli..'f't' 'lutilff lft-l'i 'lrllin"! ami church ,. K.rrrjUnly, from toeni'r to sooty camp rwl, i C"M rcjum giiiirriti; a lurtuua ihit I.mIi the pbkMing Rothschild, and ,.ut ! Uii-h ' -rn of the Arabian It tlioucht bv sunn? ih it Aladdin must bor Imh-ii tUiirei-kfl ni the California coast, a.1 lot ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 April 1849

196 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL, 21, 1849. THE KING OF THE SOUTHERN SEA. Oh! the whale is free, of the boundless sea; He lives for a thousand years; He sicks to rest on the billow's breast, Nor the roughest tempest fears. Tbe bowling blast, as it hurries past, Is music to lull him to sleep; And he scatters the spray in bis boisterous play. As he. dashes the king of tbe deep. Oh! the rare old whale, 'mid storm and gale, la his ocean home will be, A giant in might, where might is tight; And king of the boundless sea. A wondrous tale could the rare old whale Of the mighty deep disclose, Of the skeleton forms of bygone storms, And of treasures that no one knows. Be has seen the crew, when the tempest blew, Drop down from the slippery deck, Shaking the tide from his glassy side, And sporting with ocean and wreck. Then the rare old whale, &. Then the whale shall be still dear to me, When the midnight lamp burns dim; For the student's book, and his favorite nook. Are illumined by t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 April 1849

TUB POLYNESIAN. , nf..al J-realaf Haweiiea .ornnent, ,,Xbi rrklj l llW. O.h-. II. I. !HBi.K.s;rtims Hopkins, editor. ,, rr f eJf auc. . i .. aJ --, ' " c-f". 1 Ratee ef AJvertUtaa'. trrr..4 .aj-a-hai'wiuar-.t.jriha 5 ' 4.f ,""'- VwHvwIvertieiatwM Jl.s Warn. vi: iMrt riwdmf ewe eie -' !" hitl t the e4- wat I awaraa. - . ,. r. , i ,aw....aJ "J "' erats for each . a'al iwrriiW. . ir"'"-" - ' i i j J f tut for tit ..... M wiae. Bar.. C U JimtU. ,i . . . m I j-w - - i vt iTor.RV, F.UXR IX UUNERAL MKRCHAN- i'.i.i: 1 head el for mIi, a general Btef fcajtieb, French and Aruericaa Dry aetata ta tSu maiWat, which ha will aell at , ;.sai ee.k i. i.. a kid nd ronstantlr reccuinr a i.ri rr'f (''! Prto fall. Hicb ha will aall ilr c tft. raonabla tarma. V.i rb1 of hulitmf half a buKel aacb, 0iilatt4 rWr. nn band and foraabj. r af fMd -itb !iorb and Hawaiian Pro j. at barf tvtrf. ai tb lowest tnaibet prica. ? t INTER NI GLAZIKIl, oflVr for ! a raabla lerma a raneral aaaortmcnt J ii Oil, fwiitwif ( ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 April 1849

198 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1849. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, APRIL 28. S" In the number of the China Mail publish ed in Hong Kong on the 18th of January last, we observe an editorial originating in the Official Statement of the Revenue and Expenditure of the Colony for 1848, and it offers another proof of the length of time which is necessarily con sumed in bringing a young government into good working condition throughout its various depart ments. It is written. in a grumbling vein, and shows that grumblers exist even under the Brit ish government and find no lack of subjects to exercise their talents on. -v ' It has always been ground of complain' we quote the article in question, that such returns published in the Colony have not entered suffici ently into detail.' And curiously eoough a simi lar ground of complaint has existed here, and very probably the same causes have been opera ting in both places, to wit, a want of exact or ganization, a stiffness in th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 April 1849

IWt orc0Pr minds ia I be fear that . jpjiu-Mni of certain men may mistake a jrL tsJ altarhinf ibenatelvee to I be heira, I do Zj'x of tber icreons' glory, for g lo y ia a ttft'w wblrb relationship gives no rignt, hut fame whw b rarriea away so easily na u ' ,Xt ours, may create what yon and what I LJlf took n aa a danger. I ucb a danger 7i cannot any; it i not given to me more l"ifrjy to lift up the veil of future; but per 4mrin ht, that I am convinced that the beira 7nm I Pk do not think of any attempt at -j-on; they have declared it themselves in .4, triHu'H'. and I believe their word aa honest Vn, they have no thought of that kind; M irrounJ them there are groups of men, eucb aarelwaj ready to Hurler about eupposcd -mtntMios, and who would lie disposed to turn to I iirwfrt f lad passions the greatest of our ,nc. Hut I say that these men woul.l find Jarnvs-Ur mi-taken. To rtTttct an 18th Bru smc. two things are necessary long years of rrrtr l-bind, ami in prect the victories of Na...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 April 1849

.1 cor 200 lip; jot: Jojlsabirdt " 7 Cstekussftsprlas; It wULrctera a awr ; .' ! Wsea once it spreads ila wings- lu song is gay, bat brief- .. 16 . . Jk voie of mT ' Bat ah !, the bird and leaf Vanish both together ! Joy is a flower ! ' ' Ftack H ia Us bloea Twin clow pcit is If darker akiaa shoal flo It is a lovely thing, ', , - 7 And lonned for sonny weather; Bat, ah! the Sower aad spriag , ,,, Vaatafckoth log tin tr! . ' " " f , . ' Joy is a child! tr.v nj r- "o-..:t Seise it hi Ita aiirth ., For sooa its lip will know The withering taint of earth. ' Theeye W aright as rrath, " a' type oframy weather j Bat ' ah 1 tb smile and youth j I Vanish both together ;.; 'J 1 1 t r.t j.tn 1- . (From Paach. .'::. -! i THE rJHiBEPOETED BARRISTER. Oh ! ao, they never mention jae, . . My name is nerer heard . ( (i Tbe press hat now reftMed to speak , 1 . That animportant word., , ., . Jam Court to Court 1 hurry bm, k . . But sad is my regret 1 . , . ; .Tsr era should 1 wis a fee, ; , ,H .Ho not...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 May 1849

1 J 1 .01. -M THE POLYNESIAN, cwO'l JWiwIef lk ' Government, rWJiJ weekly at lloalnln, Oaha.H. I. lUlttLES GOlU)o7Tu)PKINS, EDITOR. TERMS. ,w if aaeaea, aJvasee - 00 S5JE7ta,i. .fic-r. "i a -r A JrertltlliS. n,,Maa. ( taeeetiaw.St.OO.each -m !. earn caelieaeere l ete. Cards, a- . it u mi learlradvertiaiaaani ,4 ''1 ' , hall " e?eJ'"1 l-r A4rUmr1:-TtT a for I ...a mmA mnr fitiirth MPBtA tar Mr k , 4 iirnM, JmmI fcjroruarn ere reaairea1 U pay U ndvaace. LM f A fttir Ike Polynesian. t.eiiaa t.ain. n. m sauuea. nav.. u. w. jar ce. K. f mu asciaoa, AaJrw rutsar. A -11. H..rssst. J. II MAAC aOSTCiOMERY, 1)' YM.VM IN GK.VKRAL MERC1IAN- piE, atl sees hand m WMl,ieMnl 4at af toi'. French aad Americaa Dry Utt4. adapted ta ! sasrhet, which b wilt sell tt tw weet e prtcee. m. k. aaaa and is constantly receiving a srt f7 saperior kail, which be will mII t raab at fcf'. fohU lorma. Wt ftfubia f holdinf balf buahcl ch, miU-i'"4 i order, ha ad ad for . n.KMf tprJd ua Mok ad Hawaiian Pro- al aWrt Mt...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 May 1849

202 of the animal agitated by its caudal fl'PP" This is an ingenious conjecture, but hardly conclusive. Mr. Owen says truly, that if such creatures hare existed for ages there must be on the waters occasionally the float in" corpse of one, on some shore the bones; and he asks for a single vertebra. But he bes the question that no new creatures can eveV exist in our world; in which he seems at issue with Mr. Crosse. And the very ar dour with which, as he recounts m every quarter of the world he has asked for a bone, proves a lurking doubt in the mind of the great comparative anatomist. Here we land in doubt: Capt. M'Qnhaj has proved the ex istence of something out of the usual course of natant creatures, and his evidence cannot be. merely brushed . aside, but what was it that be saw? A question for future obser vers. Ibid. - f (No. 17.) Foreign Office, ) . I3th February. 1849 S Sir, In your letter to the Editor of the c.nv;ti Islands News, published in No. 11 of that Journal, under d...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 May 1849

.r ,ra Delias JwtiM'v Weekly raper, Jely 31.) TO THE WORKING CLASSES. rh main sources of modern revenue are Cus- 1 . .1 - i nu r.XCise, imi inesc, itiiiiuarauveiy l i?. are of recent indention. It is true i . rdivard the First obtained from Parliament fflJl m J . ' llt of customs on in export oi wool and ML but customs were abolished as uncnmtti 'tlrtial in 1311, beinj the fifth of Edward the t.mJ. Excise taxes were not levied before the 'ril "r but 'l thmnly declared 'hat they 'bouU ceas at iu termination, and during the r,.initoovealth they were delareJ to be uncon-.,jutn-nal. Tonnage on wine and poundage on t bad len granted by Parliament in 1353, and ttiey were continued from that period till the Con",'f,,b at ,Hut three hilliugs er ton on wine, and five per rent ad, talorem on goods; ... ih.t i.rwedent anl law were decidedly in fa- tor of tbo enactments, although the House of , f omnia", when it determined to leak all terms of a iMiimoaatioii wiia nanes xae t rsi, inciud rJMiin...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 May 1849

204 CT We hope the author of the following will frequently ftTor am with the fruits of hie " reveries." It peculiarly re reshin(, ia then grasping, goU hinting times, to think that the tuneful Nina are not altogether forgotten. What more fitting occasion for the inspiration of the Mine than when viewing the magnificent acenery that abound in these gem of the eea. tFor the Polynesia. A. REVERIE, Oa seeing the V. 8 lrm propeller MasachnetM-' run ning dowa for the harbor, on the morning of IheSita ultimo, gee how yoa vessel cornea in qnkk on Hanging her pretty painted boat astern, A jewel to her high oVr-arching prow. Fancy might any the ship from coral rock Had srix'il upon the ocean's brightest shells And hung them np as sails t speed her way. , If marble Athena now could shew her bard, Who trod mosaic floor and hymn'd the gods, 8 oc a poet would depict the thing we view The dwelling place of Neptune, warn he rwe From depths where gambol wedeo-garland nymphs, To take the earth-winga ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 May 1849

V Vol. 5.1 THE POLYNESIAN, YwOaVUI Jantaatof Hawaiian -Uorernment, weeklf at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. f IRLKS GORDON' HOPKINS, EDITOR. TERMS. tamtam af AalrertlsiBaT. (la ". (I ' ias-riinw, 1,00, each COB . eta t ! ( . fir ., j9 riK. -ark coatiaoaaca 12ft .; Cants, bo i bb4 t ' rqwr- , hy the year, c.oft; . ....... amiMt rarlr mdrlimuir km " M, i;giM. vtmi mot eirwdint, one 4.af mm mm , , i.itj ... . w . cjaia. I0. " " veal l-rTW-v" -Tly-i- cents per lioe, for iw art lawn", " Traaawal aJtaruarf i ,f py B4aae. LW A rent for Iks Polynesian. .....i. It ft !. nTi, - H. D. Jarr C, H I a a Vf lM O. Axtrrw Pttflar T.sin Lwvni A Viarac. J. II. Ulraana UC MONTGOMERY. 1)1 tF.ALF.K IN' GENERAL MERCHAN ) iiir. nll imi oa hanJ and for tale, a general .artaarnl af Ert". French and America a Dry a-"" .. . i . iaJc, adapt1 Barani, wpkh ue win sen at ,M acat rata pricea. Ha ksl aaad ana ennatantly roemnjr Urr sapflf mttrJ aprior Salt, which h mill aall f-f MS), r ktrfr, mm raaaonabia term a. Mai capab...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 May 1849

v V- I 1 5 1 f i.li Si V il i n , r t -J Vi- ill if 8 poor, and fragile.and dwarfed, and degrad ing a shape, required so much to be so sus tained; assuredly it was inexcusable, it was inhuman. At all events, it would have been inexcusable, had anything in poor hu man nature been inexcusable; and had a thousand things not encouraged the flattered beauty to resent a hope so presumptuous from one unlike herself. But if she was as tonished, as she professed to be, his thus trespassing beyond barriers which she had continually suffered to be approached, she mtht have been more humane in her aston ishment. A little pity, miht, at least, have divided the moment" with contempt. ' It was not necessary to be quite so cruel with one so insigntficaat. She had address: could she not have had recourse to a little of it, un der circumstances which would have done it sucb special honor? ' She had every advan tage of her side: could not even this induce her to put a little more heart and considera t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 May 1849

Tut f n.ir. The n-port furnihel by the I ij, f mortality of the auitary condition of ,),. U to the f ill m atifattory a the ofl .-.k. i mill rlmrnrlor nf our ,r,rt-iii. I'uukl permit utoex"rt. Ionlo trrbH ft-n Mt healthy in any N-pteiiilnr , ( 1 1 1 ...."- " " - - ------ . ... , . . ( trt wtwithMnrvling the hntr with '! cnlin l'rtucce authorities were for . . 4 union infiTteil ports. There in no . i.. rrniire. thnt tbee hdands incur their ttn.'f i.,lnl.tv to the visitation of thnt ipide- hi-h ti n lately taken a weMern turn in it " ,r- r.Mir-; IhiI if we are ncarcd out of our r.wid propriety I')- ) precipitate alarm on j.icmht in the . of Kuror than l.iiiiiigr in ,,n.iiprHT fortune. It bwi, substantially rorrecttny,that tiiirtv car' rperN-tuv lia not lmHi:hl u er-rr.aii-V nearer t I he h-evivrry of any fpi-cinc ,,mtitie rh.drra; ' e haxe at leant learnt rnouch fmH " foilirity wiih thin epidemic nqu lify trfr ' which it first appear. tr in th Wetl wan naturally rrrarded. In-,-1. w ar...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 May 1849

208 . (Fro lb Livernool CnronJcle.1 -. . Showing how Adta rertoiied ths Earth, pulieularitiiig moreover sis node of conveyance, wwh-h landing ia certala greet city, inciusrre - ' . . n . a i a lag a steamship, as well as the accMeat mat octci -.. hi. nriiK sentiments oa aicsnerism, and beautiful lllnstratioe he frt of its absurdity; aot forgetting ,h. Mf hi tnelinn snbsNSenny recerveo, tar Journey back. together wtlb tueanbliav aad elevating i ral ha draw frost the whole thing. . W know not how sack aa odd aotioa had birth, . (For wa scarcely caa think he was weary heaven) Bet Asa reserved to rertail the earth, - SebareeeaaeMaMraiof Metro. (Lest the miller perhaps might create aa alarm) And awakening 6l Peter who sat at the wicket. He stood with his carpet-hat under his ana, Aad presented kis traveling ticket. ' Yoa are late' aaid th saint, 1 suppose jea're aware; . ' One star shot at six, sad the aext joes st sifkt, '. (By the bye we are tbJaktaf of raising the (are);' . Adaai aaid...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 May 1849

.1 r A ,Y"1, ,;,! : . " :;; . HONOLULU, SATURDAY. MAY 10. 1849.; ' . W ' - ' : No;-i.r rin: Polynesian. "tHi.nl Journal of tho Hawaiian GM eminent, .(it.i,li.-. wrt kly at Honolulu, (Ultd, II. . r.DWIN O. II ALL, EDITOR. y TERMS. iop pf annum, in iJiiatr, ....... 6 off : . 1 1.- nt,t tl t month, in adTauc, ....... 3 50 P"'' ''-. I .ft 5 Kates ef IdierlM. o, iirr, ( 14 !". rirM inrrMn, ! ,00, ear con 'ii ( ii ii ; m- Salf square (4 line vr brt ri..,ii . t , each, continuance 1 7 1 rls.i Casda, . , f '!! -rfJiK f n It If square, t,y the 6,0; I ' I ,tl T .;ie I'lirf 1 10 (Ml Yrarll ailv-rt i.lnt mil V ' '"! !- hill rn'niu, f.Vi.01); not ficeedms; eue 1. 1.1 1. rdj- alrrrtiMn; limited lo ;ae ad- i.in-.. f.ltrr 'i - mriU Tarr.ty -fire rrnU per line, for li't iii"r; m J tut auJ utir-louftU rent lor each c )'-'"Ul I icf t o. !'.-ii tUrrxsfn are rriirr. t j in atWiocf. Hi". - II ri'n n ft i4 lr, ll'lrtu r.'llrr. 1-iri. ni A I oil T M llltlll, J.H.t.hsMin r MJUSIXKSS GAUDS. roi.tMi i'itiTi(;...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 May 1849

-- ' - ' .7 : ... T-Cr . 3lBt ' he 4 I' (. s THE POLYNESIANv HONOLULU, SATURDAY. MAY 19. DO On appearing before the public as editor of the Polynesian, it will doubtless be expected that a declaiation of principles and the general outline of the plan, upon which the paper will Iks conducted, should lie made public. tVVe nr'e prepared to make but ' a brief exhibit on these aubjectsat. the present moment; and must refer mainly to practice rather than profession, for the development of our course in the conduct of the paper. ? . . AV ? howerer, a trembling distrust of our ability, and crave the lenient indulgence of the patrons of the paper, for all mistakes, deifcien- "jcies and so forth, that may be justly chargeable lb. us. In. "assuming the duties of editor, we jitand entirely: Independent and unpledged; and niean""to remain so. ; As the responsible person, . ' we must, of course, be so ; and our liberty in .-tbis respect no man may question. " ; ; .-' We hope to conduct the paper ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 May 1849

4. s,W ti.- , , i.; it pirisd.ction oi'r fwrli and wrong urUinr ,Kh -be littH Mr -alien committed on hoard of Until an teel?. I bat the Vrm It .f a nation trie ' re cmtilTi by the I.nvr ofl t ..n many -onioos . iu territory. Mt n tnn rae, where tbe prisoner were I ,!, and ihetc! American, it w as clear i,,: ifir Police Julice coulJ hate no jurisdie , .11. .f the ttli iKr was coitiinittd on the high I h Chit fJ'i" then proceeded f the riant- , : M..11 m-i i rnoon ui iuo occoii'l question, .lfsl,. ; Whether ibe nift-nrr w committed on ir l,.ri -. r within Hawaiian territory ami !.- iirflfti.t r ilw Police Justice. Il aiJ a ..ti.t!-1 that the vessel, at lb time of Mi.- Hi . riling at anchor in the ro.nl of .. f . .. .. - - . nii.. i 1 1 . w an. in 'u in mini him departure . J.. !-! iliic etiartit,ent; al.iiift i.f the ! r ift. in t!:MJ miles itutanre of. and Ml ..;( mt ctn'Miiiiu'-atioii with the shore. 'J'bis . .. tl r.i" . there riiulJ lie no question but h- .. V-n.-e - commit tvl wi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 May 1849

r.-.;iAL UlLATIOS. . r'cnnr..: : ArsriiACT of laws, JRr:7.CTr..J COUERCi:,ubtbiferie "T . .. wiifw. uiiiiai swuivii, . ""-:t i; .. . -. . nArfii I 11 ; land " ndaoted I0f til 6 UaJllOrnia ana o. I (Ml I th 00crtleree leave itn'""'-- i -.'' ...i:-' tf.i;.i- n:n &r.m ? -hv- V careo ex ship' "Serampore,' ..from Boston, ?aPe" J"r-tfl i.iuc tr m .Mil V,J"T T. i.i. that - ' .... . -. s,r i-ujiam, . nuuu" " 'KV ,"- -v . .ejccle(i exnreflv for the Oregon. Ca forma ood market, ana lorsaicoy a.. .S j-r- !m . " .. r"" Twl i , rr i catering the poetical deP.r.aun of 4he PojyBe, he-Ey; talking of that did you ever, henrof StdUuSmZii con-isttogof ; . ,' . - . , ':' '-- .nr Good.. . - -., ,., k ho hat opened HM In lh U eta w. hope t . ftc.-.bte to reio. the public wTthW the pickled salmon of Scollandfl'- Wr Sndai UlandarUett. x. y J f Vi Nankin G.mbroons-MeiKa. Mi.- lwo ,tory building recently erectedby;" oj. Bed- .hiB; oricJI j earnestly re oh. .11 wff. .re c,neJ XT. Srm.tir. "4 - : , Dry Goo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 May 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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