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T II J: P 0 L V N E S I A N .
. .tAf V ' . ";;':; ,
Tor tin; ldyi:ei.ui.
When the smu veils his power,
Ere the moon's deepest gleuni
At sweet border hours
Which neither may claim,
When the grey evening mists
Arc enshrouding the trees,
And loading with dampness
The sun-tempered breeze,
'Tis the heail's to be sad and romantic,
To look sentimentally down,
To consider all vulgar or frantic,
Who speak in their natural tone.
When the wand of romance,
Stretch'd o'er valleys and mountains,
Turns bums into castles,
And horse-ponds to fountains,
Of chimnies makes battlements,
Towns of the trees,
And casts siher draperies
O'er cabbage and peas.
When each rock seems a cairn
Of some victim of fame,
Whose niche h unliUM,
Jut for want of a name.
When we lean o'er our gates
4 For want of some bowers,
And a clover-patch fancy
A Tempo of llowers.
When even a fence
To keep out a cow,
Seems a silvery lino
O'er an emerald brow.
When we ape Walter Scott
And say bracken, for brake,
And long to be Ellen
On Katrine's blue lake.
(Forgetting, like Frank,
That when summer is o'er,
All is leailess and chilling
On Katrine's dark shore,
Forgetting that bracken
Is brimful! of pladdies,
Who levy black mail
Or abduct the ladies.)
Whene'er our di.n crow,
In the " gloomin' " s-talks home,
An Arcadian swain
Or great Uricn Buhoiruc.
When Sukcy to meet her
Her apron uufui Is,
And shines a Toboss
In diamonds and pearls.
When a w bite lluled post
With its vapory shroud,
Seems a palpable ghost
With a wreath of cloud.
When we sigh an adieu
At a hnlf-open'd door,
And wish it were .shut,
And the visit well o'er.
When w e sadly shake hands
The pale moon looking down,
Hut are thankful at heart,
That our friend 's leaving town.
Whc n we weep with the sungster
That sings all alone,
And wish we were cozily
Knitting at home.
When a heart melts awav
At the glance of an eye,
Like a cold wreath of snow,
On the fourth of July.
When a queen fills the heart
With sceptre or loom,
Forgetting that we
Were brought up to a brouin.
Or to Italy's bowers
Wo speed our swift Uight,
And repose on the myrtles
At soft, rich twilight.
And forget, while our brows
Bear the llowery spoils,
That the oven is cooling,
And the tea-kettle boils.
Oh ! kettles and ovens
And horrible brooms
And except in the classics,
More horrible looms!
The twilight is o'er
And llamiag the torch
The collee to settle,
And breakfast to scorch
The folks are all coming,
How hungry they look
Down, down busy thought
And adieu to my book.
The milk must be skimm'd
And the supper be eat,
Die in a pot. Zr.u..
HEXBV PATY &: CO., have just
received per Ship Mnr.r.A, from Xew
York, a. large vaiicty of A'ew and Fash
ionable; Staple and Fancy Coods (selected
expressly for this market, by a Lady long
resident here), anions which may be
Plain, Figured Colored, nnd Flor
ence Silk Pink, Stamped and other
Satins French Crape Black IJomba
zine Figured and Satin-Stripe Slially
Paradise Mousleiie De Fnine Piaid
Swiss Mus.in Black S.itin and oilier
Vestings, super quality 5-1 Siik Star
Blond 5-1 Silk Black Square Net
Fancy Prints Thibet ,M. I)e L:iine,
Silk and Large Net Shawls Silk, Me
rino, Slinlly, Pic-nic, Caue an"d hou
siue Scarfs French Muslin, and Lace
Wrought Collars and Capes Ladies
Open Work Lisle I lose Blond Quill
ing Black Blond Footing C recti Lace
Veils 1-1 Length Kid and While Mo
hair Cloves Linen Cambric Ilandkls
Ladies Cravats Lisle Edging Blk
Xeck Ties French Culls-Head Bauds
Victoria IJobes Bonnet Fronts and
Crowns Tatl'cta, Cauzo, Satin, Silk,
liarniture, Cap, Belt, Plain, Figured,
and Velvet Ribbons, splendid assort
ment Stay Tapes and Facets Stay
Hacks Steel Busks Ulaek Silk Frogs
Super White pool Cotton 1 lem
ming's Needles Scissors, assorted
Silver Thimbles Strawberry Fineries
Inlaid Shell Card Caes Fancy Al
mond, Peach any) other Soaps Black
ilk Braids Piping Cord Linen Floss
: dozen Pasteboards White Wax
Children's Bed and 'White Worsted
Souks Saddle Cloths Herman Co-lognc--Cnp
Combs Cerman Hlver Ta
ble, Tea and Salt Spoons and Butter
Knives Hair Cloth Seating', IS, 20
and .12 inch, etc. etc.
. Honolulu, March 1st, 1811.
1IAKHKS FKOM CAATOxV.
(iood people nil walk in and buy,
Of Sam Mow, good cake and pie
Bread hard or soft, for laud or sea,
Celestial'' made; come buy of we.
June 15. M
LilDD & Co.
Have for Sale,
80 Bales Brown Cotton,
10 Cases Prints,
1 Do Crass Cloth,
50 Boxes Hyson Ten,
dO " Hyson Skin, "
200 " Congo Souchong Tea.
June, G. tl.
Persons having unsettled accounts
with J)r. T. C. B. UOOKK, are re
quested to call and arrange the
same at his resilience, (formerly the
Oahu Billiard Boom,) where he will
attend professionally, daily, from
ten o'clock till four.
Honolulu, Feb. 27, 1811. ;jw
Have Jut' sale,
2") boxes Sonc-honi; Tea.
l,H) boxes 1 ly.son Tea.
10 bocs Hyson Skin.
1-i tloz. Basp'm-rrv Wine,
IvJ " Stou-hton's Kliver.
10 " Lr iiioti Svrup.
i;0 Ohia Batters.
o M. ft. Kon l.ninber
i M. Ivoa diinlcs.
K. k II. (iltlMFS,
Have on band and for sale on reason
able terms, an assortment of Knidish.
Aincriean,and China Clouds, among which
may be found tin; following, viz.
Brown, Blue, White, Cotton and Lin
en Drills. Cotton IL-kfs. Blac k. Blue,
and White Linen and Cotton Thread.
Pleached and unbleached American Cot
tons, different widths and cpialities. A
meriean, Impl'isli and French Prints.
Men's and Women's Cotton Hosiery.
India Rubber, Satin, and Cotton Suspend
ers. Marking Ink, Belt Ribands, Med
tiekimr, Sailor Stripes, Black Hals, Mesn'
and Women's Shoes, ro: ai;s, and Calf
skin Boots and Pumps. White Shirts,
with linen and grass cloth bosoms. Pet
ticoat Robes, Ready made Ciotbing, Cot
ton, A'ankin, itc., Tassels, Bonnets,
Hair Brushes, Tortoise Shell Dress Combs.
Wick Yarn, Scotch Plaids, French Mus
Light Blue Cottons. Souchong, Hy
son, and Pouchong Teas, Sew ing Silk,
Mine and Yellow Nankins, White Crass
Cloth, Colored and Black Silk Hdkfs,
Crass Cloth Clothing, Muslin.
II A It I W A HE.
Shovels, Spades, Knives and Forks,
Jack Knives, Scissors, Pius, Needles,
Cimblets, Padlocks, Butcher Knives, Hat
Pins, Spring Balances, Iron and Brass
Stives, Iron Collee Mills, Percussion
Caps, Braces and Bitts, Sad Irons, Back
Saws, Nails, assorted, Steelyards, Sheet
Iron, Fry Pans, Sauce Pans, Wrought and
Cast Iron Tea Kettles, Bake Pans, Tea
Trays, Jew's Harps, Razors, Hatchets,
Wood Axes, Spoke Shaves, Adzes, Door
Locks, Latches, ( nest Locks, Sail Nee
dles, Fish Hooks, Flints, Looking Class
es, Pistols, Fowling Piec es, 1 Ride, Iron
Rivets, Brass Nails, Rim Loc ks, Screw
and Pod Augurs, ( luiiter's Scales, Pow
der, Shot, ( ii tin Locks, i B il i Lanterns.
Collee Roasters; Tin Pols, Tin Pans.
Harness Buckles, assorted, Currycombs.
Rat Traps, 'J ni Soup Tureens, Files, as
sorted. statioi:h v.
Memorandum Books, Cargo Books,
Letter Paper, Ruled and plain Cap Paper',
Quills. Wafers, Blue, Black and Red Ink,
Steel Pens, Shipping Papers, and Com
mercial Blanks. ' .
b I'M nr. it.
Cedar Logs, Cedar Boards, America!.
Pine; Shingles. Koa Boards, IMank and
Shingles, N. W. Rafters, and American
S I'M) It .
Olive Oil. Olives, Mustard, Spanish,
Manila and Macao Cigars, Cround Saae.
Snulf, Tobacco, Stoughion's Llixir, Lem
on Syrup, Nutmegs, Allspice, Black Pep
per, Box Raisins, FsM iice of Spruce and
Peppermint, Cinnamon, Cround (linger,
flour, California Reef, Beans and Pea.s
ut Tumblers, Macaroni, Yerinieilla, Cal
ifornia, American and Knidish Soap. Lu-
Icillr Matches; Capers, Ale-, Old Port and
Sherry, Cordage, Pails, Buckets, C(,;ir
nnd Fine Combs, China Pipes, Bead.
Lozenges, Molasses, Stone Jars, Vi,,j(
Fine Heavy Blankets, Ships Win,l!is
Jewelry, 1 hemp Cable, Pitch, Romd.j
row Rejot, Cutlasses, Soup Ladles. l'r
tannia Tea and Table Spoons,
(Been and Bed l lannel, Red and D
Twilled Wool Shirts, Mat !W l!m,,,
Walking Canes, Axe Handles. Lmv,,,,)
Water, Shaving Brushes, lhuwhj,H,
Hour and Second Classes, Jib ;i.i
I China Bure au, 'i Chain Cables. .
c bors, Filberts, Almonds, Prunes, Mt.v
Wine, Mace, Rice, Fancy Chairs, lUn
Bottoms, Capers, Steel Hoes, Aim-rir;
Pork. Shoe Blacking, Fnglish Duck. IV
ir.g Lines, Sewing Twine, Ntttineg (;r
ters, Spirits Turpentine, Black i,
( avenue Pepper, Bu.or Straps. IV,,
Cases, Pea Jackets, (1 round Vcrdbj.
Indian Meal, Claret AVine, Cast .
Punches, I Cook Stove.
B. "Pitman & Son,
Ilnve for sale on reasonable terms, iz
Fnglish and American Prints, (niil,.;,
Printed Muslins. White, Brown tun.ll;
Cotton Drill. White and Brown In
Drill. Bleached and Unbleached Cit:.;
Cambric:, plane and Figured. Swiss 31.
tin. Lace Killings. inse nins. I'm,
(iau.e Hdkfs. and Scarfs While; Yi,
Carnitine. Silk. Satin. Vehe t nnd '.
Ribbons. Wound Wire. Furniture.' Clm
Hamilton Stripes. Bonnet Wretitliss
Mowe rs. Ladies and (it ntlcnien's (4r
(doves. Sat in Neck Stocks. Nhii'mm
Pongee Colored I Idkfs. Crass Cloth. (
ton Hdkfs. Needles. Pins. Siool f
ton. Thread. Buttons. Suspenders. IUa
Made Clothing. Wickyarn, kc, ike.
Molasses. Sugar. Lamp Oil. X
Flour. Meal. Dried Apples. lbiir
Citron. Prunes. Tamarinds. Pidi
Vinegar. Nutmegs. Jlace. Allspici'. (
nanion. Cloves, (iinger. Sti;e. '
Mustard. Ilonev. Tobacce). (.'igars. l'i
Snuir. Soap. 'Salhid Oil. Olives, h
on Syrup. Porter. 11110 Ale. Stoughtu
Flixer. Wines, f.c.
Boots and Shoes. Writing Ink. Si.
Blacking. Arrow Root. Fpsoni Si
Rench Planes. Ihace; and Bitts. Chi
b'ish Hooks. Combs. Siiuce and Fry IV
Iron Squares. Screws. Nails. Am-Ik
dies. Axes. Adzes. Hatchets. Writ
Paper. Blank Books. Quills. Corks, i.
(ienrrallv on hand a jjoocl assoitintii!
Crockerv, (ihiss, and Tin Ware.
II onolulu, Dec. r, ItMO. if.
Six good Mules,
Enquire of LADD & Ci
June, G. tf.
JtVT-'jT olulu iiow owned 'i
-' a Jr . .
JV-i 2 2 5 oceupied-hy Capt. J''
Domixis. This .loir-:
p.roperty is centrally and pleasantly X
te-d has tin entrance from two difi'f
streets a small garden, under gnnih
tivation good buildings, &c, fii"'
years' unexpired lease; of the land.
be sold at alow price, and on
credit if applied for soon.
For further particulars applv to
PKIBCF & BUKWIX
Dec. 0' i Jin tf
Terms of t!ie POr.VXUSlAN' -
i'hm iiii.t1()N, .;j.,t J,,,, ,,. ..friiiinii'1''
'idvaitcc; lialf year, l'iw hollar.-; (i
I luce Uollais; single -opi.'t(, 2"t vutiif.
Ai'VKktisinc;. S-Jf 'jr, for tliiee infill'"
(iii;ic; ,,rty rents tor each conl inilaiK e ; in'"1'
hall and l.ss l,an n Kjuarti, 1, 73 for liM tl'"',;
lions, in.,! ;;u c-nty f(). .lt af,,.r iiiM'rii"ii.
-fiiart.,?, L'5 ti.r ilt ,!,. i,lf,cr,i011!i, ni.il -u
lor tiicli MU TL'uilin jnscilioii.
t i inihof y.-udj iidvcitiHiig inaelc KnuvvJJ eU';
t atiuu to.tlm editor.