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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 September 1849

I .1- i r-i rf- m 1 - H ni'- 4 J. v 1 'tfH IK Si E If if 1 1' U.S. 1 'fi V i. :- 3 I ft It ! J 70 of Victor Chancerel against some of. the crew of H. B. M's ship Amphitrite, which the Admiral and the ' Consul of France, contrary to all right and reason, sought to enforce against - this- Government, and that this Resolution be printed. Thus ends the matter of the 10th demand, of the French Admiral, and Consul of Frances The next ,' two .documents will speak for themselves, and show that American vessels were 'suffering serious loss," on account of the Collector's being shut out of the Custom House by the French roups. " " " ' ' Honolulu. IsleofOahu. Hawaiian Islands. ) August 27 1849. ' S , Tn PuiDirc li Ri.unp Van rvdlortnr' ;. Gen'l of Customs, Honolulu: . 1,1 informing you, Mr. the Consul, of these ; Sir We beg to inform you that we are) dispositions,. 1 ought to give you, here, the desirous of entering, according to the re- assurance that the French Republic has no quisitions of ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 September 1849

for aid in disseminatin wdwl ' verity, (bis t glorious re r, nl atrongly recommend ib Hawaiian wu jsmi'le torontinue to render " goo, I i,"-'""i bu only. Leap coal rt w their bcada. ra ft" !- C'ttlt-3. , Cttx mike Soerammto I'ollty Vernon rw,W e " r'r batkSuttersrille ,lrr. wis. " Arte )VofA Pacific' jf : Urnretm Com mercial ademntag- , . """"i -j .'ninmrnin ana -n relies l)octo$tFctcrs fiold. VtBMON, July JtHh, IVt. Where m Vfm.m )ua ak. v..i.f !" Geographies h ill avail you j,i.hat ur.li.n." !( iikM ihf mount where J ,. of Washington rest nor any other t,t (' new lwn, ju. ihri. trued, al iho .-uf Fraaw Riier with the Sarramri.to, .frf . ji"'r a. r of Ave rough nnntl I r. .h. a fr lent. tiar ie .Me. Tb ..rx eiaixij)tiwrii ara u or Hirer .... I . ware liqwor avm to la , ,f tra'i'. A riral tnn, named r rrinont, r fre taiMTnaeles for a rtuclens, is "I is n iat etenr, on the 0Wite ' of Sarramento Lot, having the ner;,,,e rn t sod the mines, itfc chance of ecliping n or l.o',.l.n are no...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 September 1849

F i I is i i iV 72 . ! , For the Polyarslaa. ON THE DEATH OP HI8 EXCELLENCY JAS. K. POLK, - EX-PRBUENT OF THE V. 8 m A satiua to swddealr called npon to mourn the low of oar, the eerollertina nf whoM lone, services in in council will be forever tascribed oa the tablet of history " Pmident Taylor. When the brow of the statesman lie shrouded io gloom, Vai the sage has cone down to the depths of the tomb, Aad the tongue of the chieftain is sileul and cold, Aad the great one has passed like a tale that is told" Weep not for the fallen, lament not the dead. Though the form an J the features are withered and fled. Yet his deeds the proud record of memory will save, - ad a radiance of (lory shine bricht o'er ai state. - Go ask of yon mountain, its heights shall reply, Aad the plain And a voice when a wanderer to Bight - ' Aad the sea, from the breast of its blue rolling wave, , Shall apeak of the acts of the noble and brave. - - -, " The'n look not with grief to the shades of the earth, " ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 September 1849

...I. a A Hi: POLYNESIAN, ml Journal of lha Hawaiian Covrrmut nt, , !.id weekly at Honolulu, Oaliu, . . KM WIN O. MALL, EDITOR. of Mr. Dillon's de a pamphlet, nrinted i TKRM8. ;rt nO!B, 4ltnC, t m.mtha.la airancr, . - - It 00 - 1 M It ilea f AdrerlUlMf. i mi ( i :iu). firl rrii'Hi, ti.tMi, rach cnn. . ; i h;f ajuara (4 uf lr, tirl . na , rh cttuliMuatK l. ct ; Cdrfmi. r n r1,njnr,f h.ilf jaar t.j H yar. a vi, nf aaar, ti a i. Vrarl a.lTrirtii ..ir hall eiata. aJloO: uul riir.iiti? nnf Vrar! aJrrriii; ImotrJ to ill J. a imaiaeaa. I I- ttttr nrmls. Trat-6 rul prt Iiim", for , .-:i..n.aij ail aaj oae-fuarlti rrnla for rath .... t lrrriira If rr q'liicJ to pay ih a Itjurr t..'tf A rtH fir tKt lolyaia. M uiut. M.ira.. t. l Jr-xa. M lnV3 ft r imna , Mr T l Muni fCT At the moment parture, on the 5th inst.. the pres of the Catholic minion in this town, wa4 ,,ut in circulation, to a limited ex tMt. A copy of arid pamphlet, with notes apinded. has been furnished u's, and we commence its publi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 September 1849

I s 74 the part of the defendant, took several tech nical objections to the agreement, which were overruled by the learned judge. The learned counsel was then commenting upon the very great hardship it was upon the defendant in having any agreement of the kind enforced, when he was interrupted by Mr. Justice Erie, who said that he had a very strong opinion relative to contracts, or agreements, that were in writing. Persons were at liberty to make or enter into any agreements or con tracts they chose, but having done so, they had no right to complain it was a hard case that they should be called upon to perform such contract or agreement, and ask a jury to discharge them from the obligation into which they had entered. The jury ought not to be called on to decide in such cases how much the defendant was to pay ; their duty was simply to enforce the agreement into which the defendant had entered. The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff for the full amount claimed, JL-5Z7 lss. 5d...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 September 1849

. t l: 1 1 i iej ;rud ,D miw in Sir James Hose's ."-iMiiy at uie now mi last . n i ,," i-t li'ii aide li advance beyond the I .f. ,1 1 -f h entrfi-, vij; the entrance of! .,vr Smu-I; hi was nti the 2th f Augt. i ,, i m lorn'ght remained lor farther otr- (Ii,. I..-I communication io the Admiral- j In. KiK'lili.ilt offending home one of hi ' -ur Investigator, alter the present winter, , ., iieo.-e of whirh, tlie Admirlty are . .. ihI mt m ktor-iii laden iln iroi. .l At I to I relief, winch veccel ist-xei-t-.,,1 m Miij next, ami has orders to return rt.,- winter. ,! !tMwar from the above fart" thai the. y,;iiHu of ir John t ranklm and hi rom- j r- .. x.ii.t depend under I'rnviH , ,i,.ovcred and relieved this summer, and 1".., ifiiiU that the multiplication nf meant for ' ,,.,,fv "i "; iin-imi inaniiris in Mlltrn he t i , imprisoned ur wwleil, i of tiMt vi- j , Thrrn. i encouragement fori . nifviry il.rcrtion, aim-e mime rhanneU and ' . r w holly unj.rncHled for and noinfor-l . n l-eeii...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 September 1849

'76 Eht Ho. " Proa tbe London Imperial M"in. THE PLEASURE OF HEADING. Some follow pleasure ia lha chaae, - Other la Builjuif towers; The ia the amtl nf beauty 'a face, A ad thoaa ia lialcd flowera; fiat gi I m ileaaant book, Tbat'a III for mental feeding, ' Loat earthly joye I'll calmly brook, - For iwdiaturbed reading. I ear; not the mil of wealth, The titled, or the rover; Who wane the vital lamp of health, Aad think they lift in clover; - Let Bie ia some eequmtercJ grove, ' . v From vaaity receding. With one heart-touching volume rove, - I'll solace find In reading. The clastic page of thoae alive, Or f is of ancient story ) With pureat honey fill my hive, ' ' Aad raise my heart to glory; "" '. ; I cull the flowera of Rome and Greece, And every age succeeding; (Pnted more than J axon's golden fleece,) The aweet reward of reading. Like beet I range the g y parterre. Its Declared sweetness borrow; -. Aad find a balm for all my care, A recipe for sorrow, The worthies eft a oMea time...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 September 1849

'' . b'.l K POLYNESIAN, , Jaarttal ( tha Hawaiian Gevcramcal, .data Uy ( IImkI1m, Oaka, If. . itflN O. II ALU F.DITOR. TERMS. rt . ia ad aace, If no t awMiaa.ta Mvaaesj, ...a... 9 to ia. Ml Rates mt AOertUiag. ( Itara). irst taartta, 91,99, rack row ,t ; half aaaart ( Itaaa t Um), Br.t cts.. eava caatiaaaae) lt eta.; CerJa. aa- ,1 v4ia; aa talf tauata. by the rmr, ; ,m) aar, 4rOt. Yearly adfertiMaf at r half calatea, I1)N not etcwhaf; on , i. Yearly almiiB limited l tUi ad. . laia. rrrturmsntM TvSty-re eatl ha. f" L-r. ma, aaa ail aad o(orta ccata far aaca MfllM. tjreruser. ara rtaatrad la faj ia advaace. l A r'ir tkt PmlftttUn. a Iimm. IwtM.i 4VD. Jar Ta. runaa. . . Fas. . Be. T. t. Hwl klNESS CARDS. I-.SIAN MISTISIG OFHCK. b Jjncn 13ook anl) Job Printing iJjJIUTl I. tin fthap llills. Hills mt Fichastfe, B I A II - , Ilia, i I ttiiUr HUaWs, . mm. a a a. - a, i IllaBia Wfr BL'slXE AND ADDBEMS CARDS k Balr aad datek,Mi lilsrral leraaa . T7XX.X.XAE28 A. CO, G. B. POST. 3 & Commiss...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 September 1849

78 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. SEPT. 29. K" We have no more recent dates from the Continent, or from Europe, than were received some week since. Our files and letters received by the Tsar, had all been anticipated by the over land mail; by which we had dates two months later than her sailing. It is a true saying that evil and good are usual ly mingled in all humifx affairs and events; and this new route for the mail, via. Panama, al though of immense importance to all, renders the papers, etc, received by ship rather useless, So far as news is concerned. A fresh newspaper, 5 'breathing the spirit of the times, and communi cating to the great world the sentiment of its par ticular locality, has become a desideratum to civilized man; but the zest of bis enjoyment is greatly diminished, if four, five tr 511 months have intervened between its publication and re ceipt. Electricity and steam have fairly brought the ends of the eauh together; and it now only remains for law-makers ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 September 1849

fl3F.migrelKMt promise, for the coming eeaaon te mor than double thai of any former year. a L. . .. afVIVid aa ..a. I . 411 a . I.ef7 " "ri m niiri with tne pr..a'itr f tbe old mtimM, eotte fifing almost Manii- from starvatu and itewtilt-iw-.. ....I with hoard. f wraith, lu escape revolu- t eu.i muwo in rane on our free, noil 1 1 iia fHHir. principally from Ureal iTritain Germany, b larerat stream fmm The P"rt " - orh ' recipient of proluibly ,a thirds of b entire arrival. New Orleans .r. me nrii largest numlwr, while Boston ,a,U third on Ibe list. VaM tiumU-rs also find ,1m I oilr.1 tait-a ry way ,r I he Canada. How ;ary I unladen at Halifat or Mootreal, &ri aoou 6''l beir way over ibe border. j faearriraiaaiU.iM.in last week were over J jivi, ntore tn.n that numher arrived at &pt .MNi.iay. even hundred cam in ,h.. h New W orld, 1 ha Urge.t number, . UU, r brought in on veaael. To a.". -'ty. a n. I industrious emigrants, a rl,k i and iifUlenlrnc ia ever open in the t'eJ and...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 September 1849

be Olio. Wrilten for the Polyaesiaa. THE HASP OF THE8PI8. Yes! chat poor harp, boob the wainscot bang. Long ha'd'at thoa slept, acf leclcd Bad aaatraaf , Whea a wild sighing from the breeaaoTaigkl Cpoa thy mate strings slirr'd a trembling light. Thua sleeps lh silent harp within my breast, A ad which the aaae alone, halk somctlaMa prcaa'tli Whee a bold word a dream a valued thought, pasting fancy, (badly kept whea caught, Ju,t tipa ia flight, with wings without contra, It forthwith vibrates while my watchful soul, , Mos'd at the harmony that's lost aroaad, Takes the sweet echo of the charming sooaiL a Twas but a dream! bat tbea a dream as sweet As summer flowers ( the honey bee, Kethought a harp was lying at my feet, While from the sky, and rusbtng as a aea, A long bright beam was slanting to the strings. And whea the light danced o'er the gotdea chorda, Eounds like the winnowing of angels wings, Mti'd with a cry as wild as sbeaihiafc swords, Fill'd the warm air, and toncb'd my sou!...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 October 1849

'-- -- - - .', - - -- ..- . - """ft ! Vol. e.i ; . -; : yjjzZ unn rur nSdnnnn i ir - ' : . . i THE POLYNESIAN; T-O'wul JorIf th Hawaiian Government i it . . H pu iiiieo wcaij ai iiuuoiaiu, uahu, II. I. fcOVlNtb! , HALL..EDITOII. . r TE&MSr. - rt lrt anaom, U advance, - . i( oo ' t. eopf w aJf aoce, ...-...aso- $,u:t tnp'p. ' ii Rate mf A4rerUair. i laCfqare,(ICliae), first in ruoa,l,no.eacli ron. k ( ! h ), firt ,eritM, ci-. cootioaof iij cu.; Cards, oo ',crt. x. etcwdiojooe aall mure, bf th year, f s.utii , j( f I' icu) - . ' . J U 'VI I l-lll j 1111 'fefi .t "e co'omn, tlrt.oO; net rsreedin one .ions. 'Vcarlr adcrtiiaz limited to the ad. t tutt a tatiafwt. .. , s - - - . . - - r - . irt toriia, and sti ad oue-luurlb cents ftt eacb I-n '! aJreruten arc required to pay m advance. -.. . i i . ... ljt of AfentsJfr th Polynesian. . " ) t !., II - mto. Hiti, . R ll.Jnnt( jI ij. - . rttm. 8. Flriwo. Brr. T. U. Hani BUSINESS CARDS. rULVMKSlAN PRINTING OFFICE. plain an"b Jatuu 13cck an...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 October 1849

82 Vorder of politics is over. The "hounds" are -forced to keep their kennils.x: The. new: Al cTlder'Cof. G'ealry. (our late Postmaster,) who distinguished himself in Mexicois a man to let "no dog bark,", especially . after being unanimoiisly elected by the . whole people in a time of cliques and pfties and excitement. But enough for this time, your penultimate predecessor, C. E. Hitchcock, Esq.', came in the steamer, in. fine health. : No ladies in this importation, with an exception or two. ' . i- - Yours in haste,- .v PANORAMA. .i ' .' For the Polynwtan." ' Straws from the Gold Coat No. 8. Jl -Craft with three " aliases" Life on San " Francisco Bay Land-lubber bailors Jlccom modation in a Sail Boat New Fact for En- tomologists Mosquito Theory Luxuries of Camp Life Benefits of a tour in California Sickness in spite of Brandy Dandies at Gold . Digging Prevalence of Disgust Signs of . hJheTime.; ... -,.-. 'v .w J - ' . n Saw Francisco' Bay; Aug'ust 25, 1849. , ' Peaf JlIrlEditor,:-r...

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

laaa". ' wOTBrw l!V.Jl'. J .bsmjibijiibm :nrr. a if 'J 5! kw ft tb ( nIw itW Ha- J" itb tht I ATI tai hte4 Ait tout my -war riey reahl what latfw rt France ? wbf- banner has been thrown out upon (k wind of Heave, etnldaxooed with ib thrice gltfTKMi nvttto Littery .natality , Fraternity,! approve them ? Can ahe appprov ibemaral jtMiaf herself before the world ( - , BURKE. rui.J.r lat Mid '- " " ' I 7 naseLCLCACADihtr. It is expected ihsttbe Bear term of Mr. Fuller' Academy will jommenc Monday, the 15th intt. It was the a e a potion of the principal to have commenced on ih lt brt as no opportunity for him to jrttm from I la wa.r occurred, it wti impossible ffk. w d that time. -. . -. . T those rnooa who have attended the e ,w.ii,tkoe f -bove academy, it is unnecea- Mrj lot reoonimeiKl it, aa worthy of their pstronare. .. U grangers to iu merits, we i.U briefly My, (hat we bare the utmost con hJcec in tbelrtlity of Mr. Fuller to do justice ra laoae HJpli that msy be committed to bin cr...

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

. 1 211 t -a 1849. T.s '-?" " - 4 '.ft . : . '" A BECIPB FOR MAKING TIME STAND 8T1LL.J Yt"V ' ' BT Wn.' P. rBED. ''DenrToinf ityou would leara th way y yQ qug-life's tree elixiry "t -- To keep yoor cnrlTrom growiuf fray, And, M joy flies, to fix her; ' ..' "" Skilled but ia old romance-''"'' " rTeyet fewoldhioed rle"T"'" i -s 5" - ' ' To check grim Tiiiie'uidvaures; Ana inn me urn u uay ana mgni You'd ban the dourd'a hold, .. - -.Koep all about yoor onadencerighl,', " ttica you'll o pawaid. r, ; ' Aid aerer' iuadf whatever tfly tail. V- V- -'V' '.UDw Tom, ofaiodeniaae , v-JP v Be aur you'll dojuMwieB well t .v - i4 JTo etJcklooIdbiea. rfV ' i ... i,Ro pay your taxes love year King f ; -S H owe'er oar aaee Bore you, . . Take opening medicinea in I be spring, - - i ' "Don't Wad yoor razor-nor your hack, .And whea yoa lend yoar gold, i. ? ' .""I'-" a Bare yWdoB't expect It Ib, .;..,. 3 - i " i.Ad th yjwiTlBol TPw.'l"ri f - ' V And atera howe'er yWfcy your T- -a - - ail'1 r-tntife'amore...

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

I Vol. e. , i . . . . . . THE POLYNESIAN,- TH0ifi' Jearnalef the Hawaiian Government, fsblwhed weakly at llanolule, Oabu, II. I. EDWIN a HALL EDITOR. TBRMS. rt,.t raf " anaem ia advance, . V- - It oo t 41 aaalba,ia advance, . ...... 3 so ir!. .?. r - . . - 121 Rates ef Advertising. - sms Mtr. (It Umm), ir iawritiia. l.00. pmIi ma. l.MMr i rt ; fcftlf 9m (t or le), firat civ. rack cNtiiaiM lk ct.i Cards, bo- ...4it Mt(t. .0d. Vrarlv a.lTert.n am iV)." VcariT aJrcnivtaj Tumitrd ta toe ad. fiirf aa mmiwm. t - - . Is 4 4 rrfiewU. TalT-6 em per lia. for lM r( iaamiM, aai ai aai aaa-kxtrta ccat for each XrMMai jrrrur art raqairvd w ar ia advance. Hit. .,r'-". S. Fariac. Krv. T. U. Ham. BUSINESS CARDS. rULYX E1I.1X r RIOTING OFFICK. plain anilaucn 13 J ak ant) Job Printing raaaakleta, ataUfara, , Circalar,' Blna4VllU, ' Bill lleaa. i tko nitlt, niiu f r.icbnagr - finding, ' ) ('salnr DIaaka, - niaak Deeda, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS ieraie4 aruk iniMM nnd lapaick,oa lilral term. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 October 1849

86 own in a state of scige, in marching a P.rt!on persisted i the farce of alledging that the jnter veti0nwaa a friendly, one,. r General Oufoinot, however, told a different tale "to; the Cmta Vecchians. . When informed, soon after landing, by deputations from the - National Guard and Municipality of that town and of Rome, that Rome would repel force by Torce, that the citi zens had already, prepared for.the death struggle hy undermining the Vatican, 'the Quirinal, St. Peter's, the churches and public buildipg," and they would perish to. as man -rather than admit the French, he replied that hiajnstructions were precise, that he was to proceed to Rome either l.y good-will or liy force, that the Pojie would I le a mere slave without temporal iver and that hid object was to restore.Piu,IX., re-establish order and maintain the liberal institution plant ed by that. Pontiffs Between Al.; Oudillon Bar rnl ft rid, I tP nprnl Oudinof there is a-difference ITAPV scarcely to'bc reconciled; and...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 October 1849

. fl J f- ,! ira, nil rr !t net if .1.' if - i-i- In ce, ! w, tbf u nek ru and r M it ( ties ' isst i lit I I ' ft j rt 1 A 1 ftM rr-hjt .... I... .i rr- . - I rU iniui iv-ust, imi HOC 1 Mmmil r,,n I tJerf'woJ Paris to night from Havre o4 o " T can, get It past the Ce.toms if. Ho P "P. Operation. I prWamV (rMH .jvrc. (uai me demand fur Amines J rretef than else- .brr for rume Ume to com, Mr. lln, has arrant f.- makiii rhero here, us soon a this one is do, 1 i mm "1 'InaMaa f.kU .. .... r ri eT'- r , l-pcrs now puNished in IW rtn twice rcgalarlr, and kmAwi three Umw. - . . , Tw Erih paper say pari U deserted but but S.H " Iople and a many car- r, top iriM nyee as there were last year . - - ...rl nign. Jn fact, I r j , 1 roe treat fete dar. f m nw --r'l-"- i i ans. ami pt tUe .rovinre of. fianre. nn.nnimr etumate ol their circ'H- kn nie othrr inierriing Mtnr. He -iih thi Apninn.tt.ai universal iuV- rx:t mii " rranrr. ana win never e relin ,wJk4 'le, an4 that thi rennhli i tmrJ w Kwat,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 13 October 1849

88" t)e . (DUo. , For the Polyneslas. OK THE DEATH OF AimMAEYANN, DAUGHTER OF CAPT. D. P. PENHALOW, AGED 18 MONTHS. - ' He Mlier lean ioc wee a ance, ?4 , v . Bloaaoai of beisf Mea aa fon ! - With Sower alone w trew thy bad, ... -i. . Taoa blest, departed ooa ! :J. Wheaa all of life, a way ray, T . '" "" ' Blushed iota da war and passed away. ' ' '" t. - "V "'. - Tea! thoa are gos 'er gain had pwer -mi To aula thy cherub aool and form, ' 1 . . . . Cloa'd la the aoft, ephemeral flower, . . j j i aai never leu a mm. ,t .r The lenbeam'a llowejwthe aephyr'a breath - i" " All that aha koeV, front In la death. 4. Thoa wast ao Ilka a fcrai of liflht, : , ' That lieavea benignly ciV4 thee brace. E'er yet the world could breathe a blight , O'er thy sweet lnaocence. ' ' And thoa, that brightest home to blew, . . Art peaa'd, with all thy loveliness.- v. .y.. - . , -... v .- ' ' Hr. Oh I had'st thoa still on earth remais'd, Visioa of besaty, fair a brief, How eooa thy brightneaa bad been alain'...

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

. .. . ' "Vs. I V On o i THE POLYNESIAN, EUWIN O. HALL; EDITOR. . TERMS. - - l( 09 - 3 50 ' Rates f A4rertisiBc oc ta" (l ",,) fi1 ineriio, 1,00, each 'con. ttmCciici i oo half kqutre (a line or !), firt jj ci., ech couoonce 12 ct. Cards.no. Zl k'mM esceeJm one half square, tT the year, 5,00: f . ' rrnimt one aqnare, t8,0. v Yearly adrerlninf; n r .j... mm half rot ama. (30.001 mat excredin ne SJil iJrtittmeml.Twc9.lY-lt renli per line, for yM ini iatertio, ait and ne-turth cents for each w,ue.jse""T"-.... . Luf Agtnttfmr tk Polynrnan. .. , ll4ii, H. - wlln. Bmti, fl.D. Jarveak C. Mlta. . B. rtiau. S. Fakvciaca. Rv. T. l. Hul BUSINESS CARDS. rULVXESIAIf PKINTIXC; OFFICE. plain anVJatUT Book axih Job printing ramvhlets, Circalarv Ilaa4illt Bill lleat shop niiu, Bill of Kichange, BUI of Ladiac, Coaaatar Blaaks Blaak Dec4a, ISITISG, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS CtccaUHt with aeatnesa aud despatch, on liberal t Ja, 8. n.'TTXZ.X.XAXi38 &. oo, JmporttTS & cmmi$sion fUcrcfyants, f H....

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