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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 June 1849

i 1 trriaiE.:PO 20 Gti. TiTtbRVLsYi; General Taylor, since his inauguration, "has taken op his res idence at the White House, which. is daily thronged with visitor... So great is the press of callers, that he has at last been compelled to set apart three hours for visitors, from 12 . to 3, and at present to receive callers at no other time. You can hardly form an ade quate idea' of, the urbanity ease, good na ture, and true " republican t simplicity, that characterize these - scenes. Never was the like of thrm known before, or certainly not within the memory ojthe present generation. The people the highest and the. lowest, the humble artisan as well as hi more prosper ous neighbor, all meet together, to grasp the honest hand of the old patriot, and all seem to see and feel in him the common head of one great family, It is worth a journey to Washington to see this sight alone. - There are no etatelr portals, standing between the people and their parental head, no servants to announce...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 June 1849

27 Foreign Intelligence ia Parliament, aii ike tOih wit., Mr. Cotnlen. m aprc-h of llw mt irniiwrain character. brvttZttt f.srwrAM ht .wig hs-ralplmr fmmcMl re form bMd,frl; wwm 4(s if which wm In cut down mur rxnliiire &IO,000,000 Mr an num. He wa nrt l.y ih Chancellor of the E- rarauer. who wIIimt. an vmmioiha or nil the r umr which, durmj the in ar month, had impair1 ib Mrengtli f. Mr. Cd.lrwa augre ..- I i .... . ia r ii i a- t- . .. lion. liwiriMij nnn-n uiiiinrii, l.iMltH.'al all the eipeitntin t-iiintaind lv the friend of ibe C.iBiuinl n-fnn champion. " It l.itif uihcd from tbe bcf w,l llton hh iliNMrl of the same evening, .ir. i!ieir ainrndtnriit be re;"'l ''jr majority of 157 the number beinff 75 ! En the radical piper aL nut that rulf the 7-J would tint have votr. lor the amendment, if they hail imigined it would larcn C4rni'l. As fir aa Parliament iacant ceroid, Jne jr-j-ot of Mr. Cvbden was decided pon. ' r Aw inprt.nt doc'ifnent baa lieen laid on thu ta!4r " b Hu-e ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 June 1849

28 "TU BIRTH PAY it Thy birth Jay, 'tU thy birth day, ' Thrice ha the summer tvu . " V eh one on thy clondleea, happy brow, -- My on, my only one., 7 7- ! Thy birih day, 'tis thy birth day, '. What thought those little words Are eoajurinf from their dwelling place ' -...i-vTo thrill on memorj'a chorda. v ' How swift thetimeCas glided by, . Where have the moments flowa," "'' ' . .Since thou welt auch a tiny thing, ,V- . My beautiful, my awn?- -. . , ' ; Since Brat I gazed opoa thy. brow, 1; ' And pressed thy downy cheek, . ? And wished that little voklesa tongue,' -Had but the power to apeak; . t ... And whwper all iu little grit 6, ' -. CIomi to thy n.other'1 ear, ., , , , And tell of joy so innocent . . . Angels might pause to hear. ( ; Jiow Ihon art bounding by rae , With iooutrps wild and free, w .. And merry laughter giikhing out From a heart brim lull of gle. . . ... 1 liat ihy eeasflc pratile, ' . ,. ' : From morn till drcamj night, . . , vio music lo thy mother's ear Awaken' ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 July 1849

y vol. ;.i THi: lOJ,YXKSIAN, f Olii l Journal uf the Hawaiian tiotrriiinrnt, bed relr at Honolulu, Oaim, II. . O. HALL, EDITOR. 11 r v . i V ... rlC !l t TEKMS. r i m i n, m fettaiKf, . i iin;ti,m aJfaitrc, . - . ( mi . . . . 3 AO Italra af AaWerlilac. nr. lit mii. hfl inarrtM.a. ! ,"0. rarh rn . ' ; on- half -iiar linr r !), hr.i j '., h rniituan l ot..; (rl, m ri " lillj lt bif iU4fr , .y lh rar. ml .... 'if, Vratiy a lril.in(j uni ttmr l.all c umn, aji)0; nol ri--lin; nnr 11 1 1 fitly ajrrnin UuiiLu to 111 aj M t Ullll. I it '!itrrntt T'Btv-ftr cnt tf !in. for i.'f aij an an J on-fuirttl ccnl l-rca.t it ii f tin. ri t i. rif arc rn'inrj lu pa) in aiUiticr. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1849. i. ii ii .1 r-.t.' jSf ' s a.i.i.i iiti in ..?, . Ii l Jtrvr.A ( a DISIXKSS CARDS. rLY.Mit ritiTi; un ii i:. y .iux ani Smuv Ujckai'.i) Job printing rlWalrt, 4irraUi, ' tlaaUbllW, 1111 tlt-aa, sHNi.. Ill IM S. II. WILLIAMS . CO. p:s!cjrlrr V Cemmtusion Jllcrjljantu, t C M A MmF Mill, Hill of i:...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 July 1849

30 ing two nets of air-spaces. Such a construc tion is more costly, but has the advantage . ot durability and safety from fire, to which ice-housen are much exposed from the Ire qaent juxtaposition of railroad-engines, and the light, drv materials used about them to cover and otherwise preserve ice. Ia the winter of 1847 about $650 were paid daily for labor of men, and $-230 for that of horses, when the "weather was most favora ttle for cutting ice. Such activity is, how ever, of short duration, as there are not gen erally more than 20 days in a season which are really favorable to tfye operation of sccur- ing ice. The price paid is usually $1 per Jay for horses and men. At first, the implements of husbandry only were used in securing ice, ' but as the trade became more important, other machines and different methods were ' adopted, and aban doned when better were brought forward, or when the increased magnitude of the business required greater facilities. More ice is now secured in...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 July 1849

"wr" o tbe way, aor would I ever hoWl out to tb I la muMlHtiiimUtml illustrations tending to .rpetuaw ike tem of folding of tho hands ,nJ 'It T o wunlr, and to MitxJ ,bnvi m l self-evident foci that tbey are as yet Use morn' V"0" their neighbors, anJ ikti thry ought to tc; that no difficulties hrec " h way exert what thej may L ti,ty -.cii-ovu f tbetnselvee under a wise and .beral iic;r a4iotoa i.y lUeir own government, .l. attrmi.tins? to raise? lhnulirM ia 'J IBM 1 -- 9 . . m .w u uftJtcr nations, tbey mu be mp and do- , if , oJ ' ',ndtr "degradation to work r, o.her firemen do, isj the. supposition tbat to ,.rki il e barartristi.s of slavery, and that anir jr.l of wotk extorted ly the lab from a ti.ve, warn thing f really beyond what a free r-,n cait afit'l'B lsbucing under no other co i reran tiia'i ,nt of desire benefit bis own VlDilllMX1- 1 Xwk th truin cointa to be sifted, it will tie ind that t f slaves, as it now ciists in .Jutiirs. i natch leas Loth in tho performance it. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 July 1849

4 32 -- Zit Dlio. TIN following wsj written bytb wlft of the Bee . Dr jwttoo. rVrT w""Mh- who m lbcgxrtrkaowa as fuit Formur," tad la DwmUf I la-assa hfcn MS a ilMrfetr. It k OB Of MT ffiOR MWUSW UUtOBt. ' ' XT SXSDi ' i m ram lunisrta. . : , fcalast year"! moon lad tenth say, AWrJnf OttgMmytndluiwit, ; - And folded, oh.' o tortnglr, ger tiny wings cpon my breast. In winsome helpJMieM ibt IJo; J Two rwermres, with a silken fringe, ' Snnt softly on her (tarry eye. .. ' ' There aot la lad a lovelier bird; ; Bread earth owaa aot a happier aeefe . " O God .' Thon haft a fountain stirred, . :- Whose water never more shall rest ' Thh beautiful mysterious thing, Thb aeeming visitant from heaven, Tbia bird with the immortal wing, . , To me to me, thy hand has given. 4 V The pal fin caught to tiny stroke, ' The blood its crimson hue from mine ; r Thto lift, which I have dared broke, Henceforth is parallel with thine. A silent awe is In my room : : ' . .. I tremble with delicious fear; The fa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 July 1849

ol. K. V TIIK POLYNESIAN. I ,, h'iiI J.hitmI of tUm llaaaiua iur riniM.nl, , ..:.!. -1m j .kijr i iiotioiuia, o.hu, II . t.UWIN o. HALL, KDITOI. TKU1IS. , i , . , ,- aama. la alt , . $t vi if ,. , - Mi-:lH, I altaate, J .r,0 S.,-.. .(" ....... 1 2 1 Italea af AdvertLiat. 4t.r i an iwMkia,ii,n, run ra- ...... ;' : hl iart (4 lin le.1. ar ... V JiiSan aall a tr.l tUr rar, ti.tNl ., .1 r !': ), a,!!. fatly aleiOl at .,..(. kll '', til Ml at ri-mlin( mur , n- " icatijr s4erti.iii) liooud i lav J f. ,' I i.M al.. Taty-fc ecwta prr liar, fuf , .. h -i lani kJ !t s4 ea-erla ct for carh r.ii:'i Uirtix-f ara fcaj-tiieJ la ai) in ajijatr, I II MMiMi. U,.t... i. It Jar.r 4 I'm. II i '. a P'Oaaa littiiMn, lki lila iJUSlNKSS CAR I)S. roi.vst:iA" ritiNTi.M; ornt K. 4JUin jni) famn Ujok anb Job Janting - ana l'4Mfklrtv lMlgart Ifralai. niiu, ' llilU at r.trhaMgr, Mill of l.aJiact j Omiln lllBkt liUMk lrd. llaaaklll. Hill lira). sin.NJ. ICINK. AM AIUK1S CRI. 8. II. . CO. IIOAOI.l l.l', U.IIIL, a tr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 July 1849

SI J- J. :. 1 i w h I- It, i s it 34 great pertinence and force, " they ought not to be tolerated among a civilized, much leu a Christian people." The following fact exhibits the legitimate fruit of these "schools of morality. Among a company of twenty youthful delinquents in one ot our prisons seventeen commenced their career of crime by pilfering for the purpose of going to the theatre. No instance can be named where a reckless youth or a depraved man has been reformed -by the associations of the play-house. . Satan -may be abashed in the presence of goodness; but he never reproves ,in. iut il we ask how many have been contaminated and ruineU by the influence of these plares, a thousand painful responses are heard from every quarter. The theatre, through all its changes, from the day when TlMkpta. Inventor of dramatic art, Conveyed aia strolliny actor in a rsrt,".' ' has been the vestibule of perdition. Tacitus says, " the German . women preserved their purity by having no play-ho...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 July 1849

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1849. 35 ) fTll. W- M. Skip At'litrit, Car. KJci., I, ,nf a!ut lo leave the inlands for Valparaiso, l( ft.la m (real satisfaction to record again th h'fb estimatum with which Cat. Eden and . alUm iTirra am kfkl in thi community. ;, tl I i' ini raj ug nn, iiiucn io assert, s fhU have tbrir courteous anl & f,trri'y lrjmiiiiHt a troop of friends, that nlllr n.b-r ' of the Ainphitrite a f ... talMIIIIIIIV IIumm.I.iI ilia uu. I raa. " " . i uc lien ., totU n borf , baa been highly creditable i. ..... aii.1 in that cttficara oim rnmmin.1 f ... . ri iin ii'i - - - ........ . it , ,. a -'poM, rebat.ljr, aa it w ill .J4!! ""lb J "'' of conarJcrs to eorure, .hl ibif ittrw Idarrty on abute. Tbe t.i '! f ibis community, ferl assured, .rvoi"ji". b Amjibiliilr, Ma she leaves our she f d n Monday not, for Valparaiso, ,,1, .r,T at II lo, r trott Hay, Hawaii, and 'I uk 'XT I'sfain lb-ii and bia getla'iit officer en- ,t I lli lliehM, tbo Premier, ami Ilia rtlin....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 July 1849

36 fflic Olio. (From the Boston Courier.) "THE VOICES OF THE TiltJHT." A POE-VM. T eaorxssoa anoaTrBLLOw. Tiid -f resiling, fired of wricinc, tired of copying and inditing A ad the bed looked ao inritinf, aa if courting me to sleep. Thai I Mded op my paper, and eitinriiishiux ray tnptr, Without cutttaf eea a caper, softly to my rout diJ creep. Sous I fell into a slamlier and hmd dreaming without number, Willi no nightmares to encumber the blessings of my ret. When a sound beneath my winders" burned my visioos into cinders ; " - Knocked my sleep all into flinders, so that I not up and dressed. Kik h another horrid sqnalline, and infernal caterwauling, Never could be so appalling, as to me it seemed that night The Thomas rata of all creation, were let out upon probation; AnJ mora " scratching like the nation," an everlasting light Hastily throwing up the sashes, I made divers f rati tic dashes, Of shovelfuls of tire and ashes, on the maddened brutes below, Quick the Sends began to sca...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 July 1849

r Vo1' 6,t ;? ; ; -- 1849. . : -;--:.l:i?riO. THE' POLYNESIAN, l njii il Josirualcf lha llaVanan (over:iiiirnt, puMixlicJ at Honolulu, Oahu, II. 1. O. HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. ....,,11 inotU.in adraitce, ...... 3 f.o Kale of A4vrrtiiK. Uil( , ! f lit,tirl inavrtHHi, ti,(V). each cn- i ,.i ' ' 1 OM alf aiaV laa or firl , t ' rl uiiiawwt I2 ci. i Carda, . i, ... . "rdia " kail lar,t.jr ike ear, ,ti,m'; , .- pur. t.tt. Yearly adeMiin; m4 ' I " 't""' .; wtt ric-mlma, one J.'j'in. M Veailjr adcruing bnu'.ctl to I be ad- ,,",:..' t'Uinr. .'? I irrrturmsnt. Twenty-fie. enl per hoe, for ,.t ni-utn, and an and oiie-kmk cent for each , ,' III IIIMrtHHI. T-i i.ichi a Urrtiarr we required U) pa; la advance. itf a.fffntor the P.'ljitriiiin. ii . . U. fiiMM . I'limivo, aaitt-w I'MUr. li U S 1 N KSS C A R DS. roi,VMiA rnlTl; ori iri:. iJla'm an) Xanin Uocli an) Job printing lMMpblrt, , Miop Itillf Hill of t.trhuMgr, Ilill of Ldlnct oaxalar Illnakat l'iri-Mlwr ll'IMdbill tt.ll llf4. IMUNt;. liL SlNLS A...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 July 1849

a :8 J-L' The Natural Products of California. 'The'Iialaral productions of Califo7hia: are of the most valuable' description ; for many reers nothing was exported from that fertile territory but htdesand bones, but since we came into uossession of it. new sources of natural wealth have been developed. "It does not produce the breadfruit tree, we believe, but almost everything else,, may be found in abundance. As , lor instance, vegetable physic, vegetable soap, gold mines, and salt mines. . The Canchalaea which grows in . California is a curative for. all physical dis eases, at least so Dr.' Gay? says ; as to the rold there is no doubt about the matter; and Mr. Bryant, in his jouaial of what he" saw in California, gives a glowing account, not. only of the salt mines, but of the other, miracle, the vegetable soap, which is universally em ployed by the ladies of that country in getting up hne linen, as well as by Daroers. j nere only needs a starch lake, which will doubtless oon be di...

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

jDridinal Orrcoponbcncc. .SCOLDING. Mb. Kpito, I hav been much pleased witb tt.e ( "P" Noughts of n OUI Maid, in your i ;f p; im r. I bop ,K r tnplc in making aug dmn for be imTO?emnt ofthe domestic and , rations ettensiyeiy imitated Urlx It", (I object t lb adjective ) baa , f,. lunt fr parent, teachers, and brad of . ,u.rhoJ upn scolding. Who ii ao well nual iLj t Irciuia wpo tin abject a myself. f v!-'HlC ,,crn defined l be funeral knell f t tt . lit nun to hia friend Now (nn aa- VV"-- - - I T . N.i mat '" ) o'l out or lua sins. . a . . . I he lea", corrupt m ii is, ana icause it la ao, :r a angry, and afol la again, if it be not treat- V with am management end good mannera. arly mtifl will bear to be oked, though -Jlevcn growl under th operation, but if o ! "n roughly he will bite. A man that .innf f bo m in error, will pity ine, and liHicaveur calmly to convince me of it, and per vade ?e lo forsake It. It we follow the noMe example of Prince Al- ml ge te St. Paul fur authority ...

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

i It- 5 I' Mi r I i j u? f ) I X v 4 , f i Z From a Una Pap 1 , - " WORDS. ' -Vv ' . - - - J - ' ' Worda, fcooaehold wordi, thai lmer o, When household love le paat, . ; r C And keep our childhood' tender tone -1 - About u o the lat; Like pleasant (reams that murmer tt, r. Of ll) tair and freen, . Aatd the pilgrim' heart forget , -J The desert preal between; For ain and aorrow have no pan j. : , la that fcriiht Ennk of the bearu , ;.i - - - ' ' Worda, word of hope oh, long beliered Aaoracleaofold! , ' - When atara T promise have deceived, , Aad beacoa-flrea row cold; yf- . Though at ill upon Time' atormy ateepa Such sound are faiot and few, Tet oft from cold and n ranger lip " II ath fallen thai bleaaed dew, ' - Taat Ilk the rock-kept rain remain'd. When many a fairer fount waadrain'd Word, word of love, the ocean pearl " May a!umber far and deep, " Though tempeau wake or breexea curl - - ' The wave that hide ila sleep; r--" bo deep in Memory 'a hidden cell, ., .-- The winds of Lite...

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

I nil: POLYNESIAN, I . :, ..l J.itirnal of ihe Hawaiian Government, I''"' . II .11 1. 1.. rf-k L li pjM " rr,7 "anil, 11. I HiWlS O. HALL, K I) I TO II. TERMS. It no 3 4 , vp.t - . . , -. nolh. I -JattC, Rales of Aa)tertlaia. , , , i" ( I "I' iaarlMa, 1,00, ch oxi. ' '.,,,'ini ; aW arv 3 he or h-a). hr.i i ' ,r' coaltoaaacs U. eta : Card, ao - .'" rir&if aalfatjBira.l lh- jear, S.OO; ' ti.,.j x .u ai, !. rafljr aJerltinr not cJiNf bail ro'uuaa, AJ ; Hot c.ct-edina; oitr .,, !... Vearl a4mi limited to the ad ,,, , au UtllirM. . ,f ttrrU mrnti Teol-n pT hae, for 'f,i .uriioa. aJ ait asd aa-fcxtl euW ! rat h 1. at niarrt , ,ni aJftrliarr are requirad la pay la aJviuce. .... II. I a Ha. Btftu, i t Jtrr.tt'i, B. Til. Jl'SINKSS CARDS. lOLVNLMAN MUSTIM office. ii an?) J.tun Dcckanu- Job Jiiuting ' II H A ' phleta. a-hea llilla, Ililla of Ftrbaage, llilla of Laaiac, ('alar lllaaka. talalegaeaf irralara, t 'aadailW, Ull Ilea-., Itlaak. Iee, iK.Mi. HCKINE AND AllKl! CARDS . t awia aeaiaea...

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

r tit W i.- s it J i I F. 5 'I. I s i , t t i, 1 it if 42 ArsLET House. The following are a few of the costly ornaments of this princely dwelling : , " : The valuable j gold and silver plate pre sented to the Duke of Wellington by the nve reigns of Europe, ' and displayed at the annual Waterloo fete; the value of this mag nificent service is estimated at 300,000. 'The grand gallery, appropriated occasional ly as the banqueting, and also the ball-room, extends the whole range of the 'building from east to west the latter end looking over the nark : it is 200 feet in length by 6 in breadth .This apartment is hung with rich amber and citron colored eat in damask, the cornices aHd the ceiling ornamented with scroll work and carving elaborately gilt; the pictures are composed of the chef d'ceuvres of the an cient masters of the Italian, Spanish, Flem ish- and Venice schools. Upon the last fete at either extremity were large oaken side board, containing his Lrrace s gold and su ver plate,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 July 1849

T !UP,liWI. l . ,.'e. but dcile the slarery question to lioot. ,,r,gre may a well pen her eyes, and own br ta lea nooMuig. Ilrr Hip Van Winkle n,,irg hctraye Der i bV ljr too Ute for .I.Oma- Nber men her laugh at the idea of f-Hiinn laerj, or of introducing it. plant re, wll J lop of Mauna Loa, or rive a rUy pipe stem into Uock of adamant, f mfVt laerjr flourish in the Old Bay State, chaig ,n eorrJ' pot, or the negro's these thine. Mill au !' t ami V d - w J WW rr Congress, or President, or South or J. .nh il enrbliah slavery thi Ule the Sierra' I -ri.... 1- f w ... i t i i ' K wl uinan iwivm neve; L ma f"" hand, and free head atl free There' too much gold here loo. If . or I" builreJ dollar a month will not .vlor hip board, or the terror of ,i,r ! HiiMlmenU keep sol.lier ,ttn: at ihrir barrack, will toiling f. nought. f, jii. attrae. '' a le to hi ccn.li- I TIim9 e huitdratl Gikrin valiant . - - - . . - , ,;b !. weapons and fire hundred or two ,u..iJ -fic, ilont atand in their way....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 July 1849

t5 v r i- t t - J i I r v I 1 .1 I 7 r f. nSbc Ho. Wriltaabr the Polyseaiaa. THIS BEAUTIFUL VALLEY OF OURS. . , An U caarniaf srijht, '. ,:Vv"" Aa the auvery llihl la this beautiful valley of ours; - ; With ita tree ever-freen, ABO hi cool gushing stream, V y. Which sparkle among th fT flower. With OU Oomm la view, -. UfcitaaatleorbliM, How eocnilng"tie laadacape appears! Naught oa earth ao divine, "- -" : . Save ea wrapt to recline, , v , - - At th feet of aott beauty ia teare. What sweet cooling showers, , ,, t ' , ' Lava the bright aonay hoars, .v . Which Uke Mafic come dancing aloof; - Orsylph-like flit bjr, . x ;. ?- -' ,., Aa the breath of a sigh, V -., v , ' : . . . , Or Ue lest dying cadence of song. ; -.' , , . . . Terdaal hilla mounting high, j ' . ; t. . Beam to blend with the sky, . f ..-'. Which o'er o hanp curtained, la lore With it Jewel of light,' . !j V.-VV-., V .. To add charm to the sight," ..'; .. . Aa they sweep their bright circle above. f ' " .... - . - . .' T...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 August 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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