The tartan touched at the harbour of Pola, called Veruda, and we landed.
It was through Pola that I learned all the news of Tanugamanono.
Pola came up rather late one morning, and told me, hilariously, of the fun they had had looting Tupuola's house.
We never would have known of the famine in Tanugamanono if it had not been for Pola.
After some minor successes Pisani was ordered by the Senate to go into winter quarters at Pola.
One morning I gave Pola two large ship's biscuits from the pantry.
Several other early churches in and around Pola were destroyed while constructing the fortifications.
It was all true, as Pola had said, only they had been too proud to mention it.
The arch of the Sergii at Pola in Istria seems also to have been erected for a like purpose.
Pola always spoke of Vailima as "our place," and Mr. Stevenson as "my chief."