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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 May 1849

brothers in the West have lone discovered and now deeply lament, the great evil ofj tlruukeness. it nas been many years since it was first introduced among jus by our white brothers; Indians do not know how to make strong drink. If it be not shortly stopped among our people, it will be our ruin. We are now in consequence of it a miserable people. We are poor and naked. We nave made repeated attempts to surpress this evi and have failed. We want our white broth era to help us and we will try again. brothers We want you to send to our great father, the President of the United States, and let him know our deplorable situ ation, that the bad men among our white brothers may be stopped from selling wtiis key to the Indians. Could you,-my brothers, see the evil of this barbarous practice you would pity the poor Indians! 'brothers When a white man trading in our country meets an Indian, he , asks him the first time. Take a drink;' he says, 'No.' lie asks a second time, ' Take a drink, good...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 May 1849

FOREIGN NEWS. XV eitract from our latest papers th follow ii. C items of interest. true.. Admiral Cecille it appointed Amlnsador to L..odat. M. de Lagrenc is ajqiointed Plenipo lriitir l Congress of Hrussel. I l.ill presented to b Assritildy has for its l.jr. I the imposition of taxes, intended as a sub stitute lor the eriM! and customs. '1 lie fidlow mt (bt singular proie-ci; All terson ho shall u 11 l'rr t (ASil) shall lay a lax of iaV., to 1 collected within the firt fortnight f January. ah crsons ! snail wmr a hat hill pay "" ",yl'l 'he 'me manner. S. 411 -r lo shall Mrar a frork com! (redin f ytr) hull P"Jr "'"fW-i I collected in i he " mrtnner. 4. The taearers pf uniforms, i Mil if nnlilary, the Mouse, lha jm-kt, and the , , hll I exempt front taxen." This bill ban I ecu rrferred to tbe Corfimttee of Finance. A qu-tion thut mutt Ik- very nnn settled i that f tne selection of a We President of the KepuMic. By the constitution the Vice Presi dent n'i-l he nominated witfiiti a mo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 May 1849

8 &l)c (Dlio. "THE SATBN. ITse following; line from a correspondent besides the dap quaint strain of the sentiment, and rtie curious introduction of hum ludicrous touches amidst the aerioa and impressive, as was doubtless intended by the author appear to us one of the most felicitous specimens of unique rhyming which has for some time met our eye. The resources of English rhythm for varieties of melody, measure, sad sound, producing corres ponding diversities of effect, have been thoroughly studied much more perceived, by very few poets in the langcage. While the classic tongoes,' especially the Greek, possess by power of accent, several advantages for versification over our own, chiefly through greater Ionstlsnce of spondaic feet, we have other and very great advantages of sound by the modern eage of rhyme. Alliteration is nearly the only effect of that Viail which the ancients had in common with as. It win be aeea that much of the melody of " The Haven" arises from alliteratio...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 June 1849

I' TlX V POLYNKSI AN, :4i.TiH journal el me Hawaiian overnment. I , . a a .... t'pt.liIiNtail Weekly l llOUUIUia, Uk, II. I. IlimiS O. HALL, KDITOIl. TERMS. ( Co 3 0 t :) anatUa,ia advance, . fcv...f!f v:Hr, - --........ a ar.-. (14 luteal, ri iaaenma. ei ,f!o, earH em xiKliil i aqaara (a liaaa a Ua.l, far.l ,.ni,il rta, eack Milnimr 1 2 1 et.j CarJa. a rt, tU ) eeiaj aa kalf a.ar,tv Ihe year, eor; l en- tiaf Sl J. Yearff aJverkitinf -lin ' li.il ea'ama. i'X; ant ni-rftlm eu i. ' Vaarly aJvertitiaz hauled to b ad- m finer lMiaeM. f.rV i tr rt . rvii -Ttilj t cents per line, for u-t tiarritat, and m aad aae-foarlk ccals fur eaca t lirari 10a. fn.iiwul ajrrriiaera are required 10 pay ia avinre. Lai -I f ttsfor Iht Vyaeaaana ..', 4. . iataa. Brn,. (I D JirmlCt. i, r ! a raire, rxir. '. i Cell. Maarsaa. J. M. Cl-aa HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JUNE .8, 1849. THE DAILY GOVERNESS. BT CHARLES DICKERS. The u a wfni UD to he A Vt n tPAmniff . - - a , avr Deat his breast against the ancient sky; yet u...

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

10 That there existed a conspiracy in this me tropolis, there can be no doubt, as on a re cent occasion the vigilance of the police dis covered a large number of guns and pikes and other deadly weapons in the houses of Chartist, and documents clearly proving an intention to use them. My belief w, that the plan ofthese conspirators was to destroy pro perty by incendiary fires, that they might, in the general confusion, more easily share in the spoils. The insane projects of. these bad men are injurious to the cause of popular liberty in these lands. 1 hey excite the Tears or the middle classes (the strength of our country) . 1 . . T t M f ano tnus iney prepare ine wan ior me ex ercise of governmental powers, which, in or dinary circumstances, the people would not sanction. My belief is, that recent events here'and in Ireland, have thrown back for years the cause of equal, just, and impartial liberty. " ... .... - .. -O1 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JUNE 2. Foreign - Intelligen...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 June 1849

"Tr"-TT. - '.V-JXy?.1- 4 Any pron in bcalib and of regular aol i. ..pirate 1iLm( and calm mind ta safe in it tf ,-rc at all tiroes. "I The itnempwrate arvl dissolute, ore every u r rt i and marked victim in tbe atinos- (. , wills kiCalK!. I i'U'MK? bo do "H coine up, or rather down M .bat sUndsi J, l-ut ar still capable of paro tsn f '"" I wsdulgwie) or ara the subject of! ,n'r''r, oin amy rM are perilously d. ,,lmi la atlaik, or r ktI by fatigue or fear. ,, ,ilMr inlair cf ih cMrurr.l in Hud j w m. "ft lb" HetM. Mf. Hintnti, Episcopal . .t bat pbn-e, al the provincial p.j.u-iv hi overwhelming pr art ire. The pl.t.niaa wa attar kcd and died. Mr. Ilinton t Jutrii sliiMMt immediately, and in quirk auc vrwt ckil4nn; ibe family e- .Nuiting ratingih4 by tb resetK- of these iniitiftf rausra, J b. The eve of fruit, iLe ripe and kind, ..IJ never be eaten with safety, it was nruhibi. I r ad entrance at New Ywk. The bead Judge at akfl predating in eating a rif bunch of I grape egaint (be remo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 June 1849

12 She, lio.. - From Graham Mitoe. TO THE AUTHOR OF "THB RAVEN." - SV MIM BtllUT a. wmsiow. Last mmiu dark upcfrtaiu! lift again the Ml en Curtain! Lot B once afaia the mysierietef that baunteJ room explore; tftv ooc more that friend tnfernnl that trial visiter noctur nal! Earnestly we lonf tc leaTa allia befall, that bird of yore; Oh, then, tell na eomeihinc mom! . Doth hto ahaJe thy floor (111 darken? doat thon atill, dtspairuu; , hearken To. that deep sepulchral o iterance Uke the oracles of yore? la the earn ila . ia he aitting? Doe he give no aifa of quit ting? la he coocioa or an witting when be anawera - Nerermoref Ten me truly, 1 implore! . Kaowa he not the littleoeaaea of our nalare Ita dUtresaes? Kaowa he never need of (lumber, fainting forces to restore? , Stoops he not to eating drinking? Is ha never caught in winking - W'aea his demon eyes are sinking deep into thy bosom's core? . Tell me this, If nothing more! la ha. after nil, so evil? Is it fair to call him oVtiI?" D...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 June 1849

t --H-"v- T- --':-r " ,----. Vl. ft t . . . . . u tiama r itv t : 1 the Polynesian, Taa Oilir.al Jnuraal ( tUa Ha ansa Gorrrninhnt . a . a a MibitsiMd aceaiy at iipaoiuia, Uaha, II. 1. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. TKRM8. M.i' i "i f P ananv, i ad vast , . . . . , l W Vf 9t Mllk,M adtaC, . . . , S) (I' c I, ....., Rate of Advertiaiaa-. c no a to lu ..!', (I Mara). Ira inmtt.l,m,raca fna- liaiiw i eta.; Mil aaaara (a iiaes tr ,m, nr.i ...; i, c , nw.ll cmO.auaac, ii cl. Car.!, ac ti. -. nt rairavliaf iwi bjlf Mjtwiv.l jr lte yrar, tK.lkl; a i)riei Yearl) ad rat 1 1 mm f am - ..-r.ltu hall cwlawa, vi.tat; ai rtivfilin; oae , .Ui-ih. !.) Yat.rljr aJn-niMtig .nailed la th ! . iiiwf mmm bk.aa. I 'r-f4rwa.-Traalj.i reaia prr hi, for i: i iKaiaaariMa.aad ait a ad ea-fiana ccaU fof eacfe al lakcriMM. f 'ill aJrcruaiwt ira rvqoirl la f la advance. LtW of A feni far Ikt Polymman. V. , fl. ft tariataa. JMm,. M. Jarr Co. . ttlaa. ft riitrmt, aarfrr rmtar. T.-in. Larat ( altA Sloaraaav. J. II. Uk-axai ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 June 1849

14 A Jocrmet to Damascus, through Egypt, Ncbia, Arabia Petrjea, Palestine, and Stria. By Viscount Castlereagh. 2 vols. Colburn. Little apology was necessary for the publication of thee volumes. Though the route which Lord Castlereagh traversed is hackneyed, and though the countries he describes are more familiar to British rea ders than many of their own counties, there are a heartiness in the descriptions and an earnestness in his impressions which-lead "the reader onward and make him "pleased he knows not why and eares not wherefore." The antiquities of Egypt have been described until we are better acquainted with them than with the wonders of Stonehenge, or even Westminster Abbey; Mohammed AH is a Intimafn nffmlBtntlinP Afnill'S than Si C Vlltsi w iiuuiitiiu mvvv...v Robert Peel or Lord John Russell; we know tnore of Cairo than of Limehouse, and could draw a better map of the Lower Nile "-tthan of the Upper Thames. The road from - Cairo to Suez thanks to the overland mail has lit...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 June 1849

I I ... F - aAuh tii'wlgn I taiilh to l eMt (mI, ii we arw wut 10 it great ,L,n . -'rttlinr I rum tnbuiio lie shook biT with ('etaignac amid much applause. j 1,1,1.x lurrwt u(Hmn bis treatment of lun 1 t haogarowf haa brn idaeed in command f k I be rvj end ' towards in l'ari. f, M days afterwards he reviewed lb milt ,irr. rirrmHnlcn of the Tiimn describes fhr a-rltc l!C Word. l.ui Nan-dron wor ib uniform of a f ten ial itbe Natmnul tuarl with the cordon and ,tr wf iIh lfintf Honor. A lmg white idume ,1 trJ tfi. In ImI; wbnh, howrter, be al e rtt.it.y b Id in hit hand, as lie returned the aln!it from the armed fturrr, a well n frntn the people, lie Im.hed wtll.notn ithstand m( the rolJore ul tbe looming . He rode at lw pace alMi( tb liw, awartl t. ail Lis Iukx tll. aifl retained with ft are and niurh dignity the rriwateJ acclamation with which l,, pieriws waa frrrtnt. He pri-rrlel troiti'l-e I'lvrd la tJnrwordo lowly and stead ,1, i. wr ) I be Madcre, preceded lV a ' tn Ui t f ntowni...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 June 1849

0 3 it - I 1 I i f $l,el (Dliu. For the ridy"- KUCAKU VALLEY r From yon fair hill whose moody cmt Tha maMling hand oTxiiiK has drm-d, W here nmiMr'i fata hnbibe perfum f, nd itrrw the Mushing loom'! bloom, I view the verdant plainoSjelow, A ad lacid stream which feutly low. The opening foliage drcnck'd wKh shower, W-p o'er the oderoe vernal flowers, And while before my leflpcred eye, From glancing clouds swift shadow fy-T While aatare seems serene and Meet -Aad inward joy attunes my breast; . - f sigh, for those by fort one eross'd, . Whom souls to nature's charms are lost, " Whether by love of wealth betray'd Abaorb'd la all the arts of trade, Or deep engross'd in mighty schemes, Toss'd in ambition's empty dreams, Or proud amid khe bigot's schools feUflen'd by harsh tyrannic rules, -' Or those who ae'er from frowns depart, , ; , -TTn slaves of fashion and of art Tlkctabryo bads on every bosh, . Amidst wild suites of songsters blukh, The vioM's seent, Oie varyiBK haos Which moral li...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 June 1849

: - 1 - - . . Vol. 6.1 THE POLYNESIAN, hut HiLcial Jniai uawauaa toriamat. li jwMwbad weakly l llunolala, Oakii, l. I. KiMVIN O. HALL, EDITOR. I TERMS. r cfi r ". tfCB, too ,l,wr,7:lUlM,iaMIM( ...... ) f0 ,..:. -Int.. . lii It air mt AHcrtlla;. n,. ..,nf. (i !), 6rl iawriHMi, Si.rw. each eon. ,tt.trr tictt ; !t Kail a-ia (4 liwa r la), fenl nwta, tl c;. eack eoaliaaaara rt n i Carda, a ... V. rl rA:nf k( a(iiar,ty )r. M,l( ( .'. rdtaf m -(ara, la.fttt. Yearly aJtertiaiug at .ft li!t en'mnn. 1 oo ; aot euredint; one 1 1 i. I "" 'v-. Yearly Jfrrtiom; linittrd to Ike ad , 'i -r lia-M. tt i .i"kavrla. Twity five tnit prr Use, for i. ..I m tio. aaJ ait ud M.ftMirt ecnta fc rack -Bl luw-rlr9. n-a! aJvertiaer art fj iirrj to jr n aJinc. J fruit far tkd Polynrtijn . .out. II. M !. Sowma,. f) t Jarr. M. ftlaw. rataciar. Aa4r fwvrr. BUSINESS CARDS. ivmkmah riu.VTJn cirricc. pin ani) Xaani Uook anb Job (Jrinfma at'CM a '.aaylilrta. Bill. Italia ofKirkaBKC. IIillaar Laiac, 'alMr IIUKka, nill t4...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 June 1849

r F; V V V ) 18 damages were of a much more serious na ture than those of the Erebus, not withstand jug the skillful and seamanlike manner in which she bad been managed, and by which she maintained her appointed station through out the gale.- " I found that her rudder was completely broken, to pieces, and the fastenings to the stern-post so much . strained and twisted, that it would be very difficult to get the spare rudder, with which we-, were fortunate ly provided, fitted so as to be useful, and could only be done, if at all, under very fa- II . m : .il J vorauie circumstances i ne omer awngn she had sustained were of less consequence; .and it u as irreal a satisfaction as it has ever been a source of astonishment to us to find that, after so many hours of ..constant and violent thumping, both the vesstjs were ' nearly as tight as they were before the gale. We can only ascribe this to the admirable manner in which they had 'been fortified for the service, and to our haying their ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 June 1849

Foreign Intrlliffcncc. Gtril Britain. From Scotland we have series of awful ac cents, firw, mttd alarms of fart, especially in t.U-govr. Ooe fire basdestroyexl 4U,0U0 worth f niperty ioihe city; an.I an alarm of fire, in l)julop-treel Theatre, baa destroyed sixty thro' Urr. At usual, a panic and abortive at (f.rti4 io escape lias estiva this sacrifice. From yUml, front Ireland, and more numerously "fn.ni Wales as from the vicinity f this metro ard ''''in the northern part of KnglanJ, J,., i called Morinonites, the riymoutb Ilrctbern, an-lib latter-day saioU, are making a (fraud ,rde to California, where their superstition tins inMgi" ,Hew Jerusalem, i iiouihI bare ...t. n-,1 on this crusade, and thrir obtert is not the 5"M "llP,!;, bm ,, formation of an ag-1 iM-iiliursI .4oiy, all f their own eruatioti. j -re is another proui 01 a peculiar working of itenntnl t ' ul "' Rtrt purpose, of liw(i these are tuj unconscious instruinetits in the bsaJ of an all ruling Providence. Fraaes. On ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 June 1849

0 SfK .(Dlio. V - For the Fotytiesian. FAB AWAY. My thought! we In my native land, My heart is in my native place T aere willows bend to breezes bland Aad kin the river s ripilu(fioe. Where niny shrubs disperse their scent And nine their blossoms lilgh to heaven, Aiifiucahn acknowledgment For brilliant hue and virtues given. . Mf thoughts are with my youthful days, ' When sin and grief were but name, - When every field had golden wave -. And pleasure with the daylight came. That memory from her treasured urn Slake o'er the mind her spring-like rain, Thus scenes tarn ap and palely burn ' Like night lights in the ocean's train. Aad atiU my soul shall these command, - While sorrow writes upon my face, My thoughts are in my native land, My heart is in my native place. THERE'S NOTHING IX VAIN.' T BCIA COOK. prise not the essence of beauty alone, " -, And disdain not the weak and the mean in our way; For the world is an engine the Architect's own Where the wheels of the least keep the lar...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 June 1849

. - . l . ' . - 1 : - . .. J:-...... -'- i- , n Vol. M ' " . : IHK POLYNESIAN,- j ,, . ( ul Jjuraalof the Hawaiian (iovt-rnincnl, ,. p r.ktjr t ll.oo!ula, Oa'iu, II. I. KliWIN O. HAI.L, EDITOR. TERMS, . ', ui itatra m( Ati vriiiai. . O i I " luvclirtn, lj,uH, rcli cio. . .-i--t i u: kU qaat ( Imrs or !), Jirt . . r U roltn,(i; l) rl . ; Caftlf. no- f ir - 4tIMiP ktf jltlW, b lh tr, Vf,Hi; ..., - .f. iar, !!. rtkir.nt.ir itnl ..-. ; kill tl.Bii. j mo ciifnitn m ..-, ' Vcf',f trfljiUg iiOiUr.l lu J. . J I r.'i'f . Trlitf -fie fM v-r hnr, for .. -j ntrriitn, -f ii tod ftur-fuunti cn: for rcb I -..! iklvvruiwft f MqHM4 I fay ! JfmiC. u , I . f (!. Baro,. H.. Jar A. C, t i '- f ' t Faturiort, twlrt follrr. ,J i; s. 1 MJvis S A u D p.n i iia? ritiXTit; 01 tic k. iaui; tub Janin lteckanj) Job (Jrintiu Kbop lill, r I II HI of ItxrfcuBff, alklotiiro. . nilU mf l.4iHKt lli.M4t.itU, Hill C'alnr IIUW, ni.mk lrrl( MTINU, MMXIM AMI Al)tKtn-AUI)S S." JI. WILLIAMS & CO. :iO.tLVLU, CMIIL, . W i'...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 June 1849

T -V----v, in V 22 po V1 " ' . - V s . 1 s .ji i . - i i i-i -a v. 4;03"-Tber is no. subject, on which .Lwr fel only f 'these rights. !"Aml ' WknW of no vr&f ltte adapted to elicit "truth, and to discover tbe,best t. I 1.1. : nAHMAntfl means oi lntroaucing aesirauie hh(uiciudiiu than , by public discussjon. Consequently, r we . made the declaration in oof' first number .ofjbe ' present volume, that we should "never take it ""YmWto have. our'. omissions pointed out, bur .. Errors corrected, or our opinions canvassed.": '-, Tbe truth will never suffer by being sifted ; and the man who desires to be governed by the truth, should not object to; but rather court, the ani- - "luad version of others, lest some point or bearing , of the subject should be omitted,? and the" cob' elusion be imperfect.1 , .. , s It is in this view of the case that we have a few thoughu to present in. reference to the coih " rnunication in our last, under the head of To bago." v- ' "''' -'r . . ji V No one ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 June 1849

0 V ..dee f tit CU: aid, on tbo ltb inat. Um Itf rffrr L!wy Quae f the United King 4.n f tirret (total and Ireland, which accre- J.t bin as Atwi vr r.wtraor.linary and I'leni .ttreHjary M lb Kublie. Tin MarqtM of SnraMr was MtHnt oniy accredited u,nuUc for a arrial nnl lempnmry mission The dfptayed ly ibe Prraidcfe of the RrpuUc for I be last fortnight 4 tkree we-es t i tnefoe ic g corral and b baa during that period acquired i,fr.eiJ rtw fcl itrevtouaiy 4ac-d but rvo'alearo ht moral courage, or who 0.,aNr4 bt capoeity for government even in or d..M tunc". I legitimists a.lmi thai they I,,,. W disappointed n bHieving ibat a crisis t.,rl brr Caus bad bern at bawd, and ,,. uf irerly ronlrw tbat ttuir time bat ik 1 H cne. On lb II lb f Kris., (Sunday) Urn. Chanrar- n.i rf "w ""; "" smiirrj 01 me (Wat niditff JitwMW f ibe itrpanitM-iit of tbe Cnip Mara. I ber could not b brra lthan ,""0 nn on the (round. I imr rrfiMWW'a with artillery pass,! along the it,lr ari (h' '""rn'ftf half-paaf o...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 June 1849

I. f I. r t c J h Si I ? ' (HI)c Olio.- - ' - CHEER LP. - ' -' ' - v r. TiTPEm. Never x g looinily, man with Bind ; ' Hope to a belter companion than few 5 v ' . .' Providence ever bemjnant and kind, ' ' Give with a smile what you taVe with a tear . "" All will be right ; is ; ! m look to the lieht , " .-Maraing ia ever the daughter of night i- - - v . All that waa black will be 1 that in bright ; ,.v , , . Chr-erily, cheerily, then cheer op ! .Many a foe ia a friend in disguise i r .. f Many a morrow a blessing aiost true, ""Helping the heart to be happy and wiae, -; .' -. With love ever precious, and joys ever new. - - Stand in the van 5 - . s . " Strive like a man ; . This ia the bravest and elevereat plan ; ' . Trusting in uod, wniie joa wni ji cn , : EARLY TIMES IN "INDIAN A.- Said Major Oudesly, as he casually drop jed in on us yesterday morning and com menced talking away in nis usuat mici chattr and peculiar manner.. " .' I'm sick and lired of this artificial way of doing th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 June 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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