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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 27 November 1856

71 ! S MISCELLANEOUS. SOJIETIMVG NEW AT THE HONOLULU DAGUEBHEAN GALLEEY. IMPROVED AMBROTTPES r Photographic Pictures on Glass and Paper I THE UNDERSIGNED, having recently returned from a visit to San Francisco, takes pleasure in informing the public that he has introduced and is now prepared to exe cute those splendid and permanent pictures on glass, well known as the IMriLOVED AMBROTTPES, And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the most celebrated makers, together with a well constructed sky light, he is enabled to take Ambrotypes, Stereoscopes, Daguer reotypes and all kinds of Photographic Pictures, in a superior manner and in any weather. PHOTOGRAPHS ON PAPER, of persons, views of residences, ships, parts of the city, kc, which may be sent to absent friends by letter, taken by the dozen or half dozen. Also, on hand, a great variety of cases and frames, of the latest styles. Daguerreotype Instruments and Stock for sale, and instate tions in the art friven to persons des...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 27 November 1856

Bay him aint had no meat for eat sence I do know de day when. I rispec dey drudder hab de meat sted o' de wood, 'cause dey kin pick up wood nuf all 'bout." You mind your own business, sir," said Mr. Cleveland. "I'll send iust what I please. How long is it since I came to you for advice ? Confound the fellow" he muttered aside, I "mean to send the wonzan some meat, and now if I do it, that impudent fellow will think I do it because he advised it. Any have. T'll not sfnrl bacon. I'll send beef or mut ton." t , Just as this moment, there was a knock at the door, and Tom, going to open it, admitted Dick, the coach man. . " What do you want, Dick, at this time o' night ? inquired his master. . ' "Dere's a man down stairs, sir," replied Dick, and he sm to be in great fliction. He says dey is camping out 'bout half a mile below, sir, and de trees is fallin' so bad he is" 'fraid dey will all be killed. He ask you if ycu kin let dem stay in one of de out houses till to-morrow." Camping cut s...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 December 1856

A . i 3 - If - 1 - i .- PUBLISHED WEEKLY Bi' HENRY iMVIIITABY.- HONOLULU, 1IAWA1 LAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 4, 1856. SIX P'OLLAUS rEll AXUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 23. M 1 1 ill Hi III if If X i P V 8 H 5alSSi il ! U 1 M 1 PI in ca ii II ri it j ti m si si si vn 11 it sa a r. 23 ;i ika it v :j fi III III III i! i! 19 SI It ffi SaSftS5iS CErf H Ifi H lil J j THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser, For the P. C. Advertiser. Musings of an Exile Now In this solemn midnight time, My thoughts revert to days of yore, Ere I forsook my native clime, The dreary world to wander o'er. Oh, then the brightest hopes were mine, In that fair morning of my youth j The sun should always clearly shino Along the broad highway of truth. And well do I remember roe, Through the long dreary lapse of years, That day I left my home for sea Sly mother's kiss my mother's tears ! A few short months and I again, (Such was the ready promise made) Iteturn'd to her from off the main She should forget I e'er had stray'd. Thirteen lo...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 December 1856

POSTSCRIPT. Dec. 4, 9 o'clock A. M. The bark Harmony has just arrived from Ochotsk Sea, and reports the loss of the wh ship Natchez, Capt. Bellows, of 2sew Bedford, in Potter'3 Bay, Ochotsk Sea, on the 7th Oct., while lying at anchor she hal cnbofird 1300 bbls. whale and 60 bbls. sperm ; ship and cargo total loss officers and crew had barely time to clear the ship before she sunk. Capt. Bellows has arrived in port on board the Harmony. COMIYTEIICXAI.. THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1S56. During the past thirty days, since the departure of the last mail for the Coast, trade has been brisk, with considerable in quiry for island produce for supplying the whale fleet in port. There has been no accumulation of produce. The only merchant vessel arrived is the brig Escape with an assorted cargo from Sydney. The entire cargo was offered at auction on Friday by 31. C. Monsarrat, and the prices obtained were fair. Since our last issue, we learn that the amount of specie received by the Frances Palmer from...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 December 1856

i 1 i 1 - f - i For the P. C. Advertiser. Who that has passed by the large Stone Church the principal native church of the metropolis, where m&ny of the dignitaries and most wealthy people of the land worship, has notjbecn astonished at the dilap idated, neglected, and I think I may properly add, heathenish, appearance of the burying-ground. Had the adobie fence been lately thrown down by heavy rains or earthquake, there would bo less reason for astonishment and remark, but such is not the case, for the whole place has been lying open for years, growing woisc and worse as fast as time and the ele ments, aided by any. number of horses, swine, dogs, and other animals could do the work until it has be come a great common nuisance. I'll not attempt to gay how badly it looks, or how unfavorably it im presses people recently from civilized countries. It certainly is a disgrace to all who worship at that church, or have friends buried in the common ; (you cannot call it a yard;) and al...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 December 1856

Mt lortl; I antic W J"1JJ"L1 rr i r . I IS . I- I a i Whole I Amt Seasons nTlMAHTJS. I Sate and Port of Vessels Names Captain. J j W I Arrivals. I - a o 1 Sn Wh Sn YFh Sp TTh Bone - I u 12 Knxr A. Honolulu, Nov 12 Lahalna, Oct. 20, Honolulu, Nov 12 Lahalna, Nov. 4, Honolulu, Nov 10 Lahaina, Aug Hilo, Nov. 1, Abram. Barker Adeline Gibb9 Agate, brig Almira Alice Mandell Alfred Gibbs Alfred Tyler Albion Alice, bk. Alabama A. Frazier, bk. American Antelope Ansel Gibba Arab Arab, bk. Arnolda Atkins Adams Atlantic Awashonks Alexander Alex. Coffin Honolulu, Nov 14 Barnstable Honolulu, Oct. 5, Bart Gosnold I Barker I Prm?rOT Allen Crosbie Dennis Nichols Chadwick Hinds Penny CoQiu Newell Jernegan Potter Stetson Grinnel Copeland Sarvent Wi&on Wyer Tobey Dougherty Purrington rlS53 1854 1356 1S55 1S55 1S54 haw N B Och F II Och Hon Och Ed i N BOch " ! Ed F II Och Lahalna, Oct. 24, Honolulu, July 9, 10:1 1854IC S 1S55 Nan! 1S55 ! N B ! lS53Ed Och 1S55 N P 1S54 N B 1853 F II Och 1S53 " Kod! 1S...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 December 1856

1 It i t www w yAw ? PUBLISHED WEEKLT B I HK.VKY M. WHITNEY. BY I HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 11, 1856. S! DOLLARS PER AXXUM- VOLUME 1. NUMBER 24. v.: - ' I' VVtt?AUi-Jirt)r2lh sa. ' .lkT.3 I W.'l t ir I I 111 l M LI II c i i f I 'A ..1 .a 5 4 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Aii Eastern Parable (The New York Crayon tells the following beautiful Eastera 1 story: Hassan, the wood cutter, from morn till night Toiled at hid heavy task among the trees With willing hand j and, with a heart uprigh, Three times a day he prayed upon his knees. At last, long years of work had worn his strength j His attn no more could level hearty blows ; And scarcely would his toil at greatest length Supply the simple wants the poor man knows. Still he worked cheerful on, with humble trust That for his needs the Lord would yet provide. One day he prayed O Prophet ! O Most Just ! Who hold'st the highest place by Allah's side "Thy servant now is poor, and weak, and old ; And still, if Allah bids, w...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 December 1856

COBIlYZEIiCIilli. THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1S50. The weather for the past week or two has been Tery unsettled, preTenting the departure of vessel which hare been ready for sea several days. We would urge masters of ships net tojbe too anxious to go to sea when the south wind is blowing, and a heavy swell la on the bar. A delay of a few days, although it may be annoying, will allow cf a departure with no risk. Since our last L-sue, we have had three merchant arrivals and three departures, all of them with full cargoes in or out. The 3Icssengcr B ird, 141 days from Boston, brings an unusually varied assortment of merchandise. The Kate Darling, .from Society Islands, brings a cargo of oranges, and the brig Recvoery, from Vancouver's Island, has a cargo of lumber, salmon and cranberries. The Pampero sailed on Saturday with a very valu able cargo, consisting of 304,976 gallons oil, 176,606 lbs. bone, and 14,155 skins, worth in New York $333,602. Trade has been brisk during the past week, and m...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 December 1856

the head of the Bureau of Tublic Worfca ; Dirt one thing is certain, the business community have suffered on enough from the supineness of the Government in this matter, and will soon, unless the "necessity is provided for, take some active steps to jog that, de partment into a little faster gait. Wheat. The late refreshing rains have prepared tho land on East Maui for sowing wheat, and we un derstand that a larger extent will be sown this win ter than ever before. We would urge on the farmers to plant the Chile seed, which can be had n5w at the mill at the same figure that the Hawaiian costs, though it is fast being ground up. The Chile wheat has the great recommendations of being a large ber ry, white, thin-skinned, and entirely free from, weevil eggs, which, last fact alone ought to ensure its exclu sive use in planting. The Hawaiian seed breeds wee vils very quickly, when damp or heated, but as yet, a weevil has not appeared in the 7500 bushels of Chile grain. We think that whea...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 December 1856

k itortlj mum list. ti".1 hl"!!v!t"M"""sea3on3 , . . , ttfmaK3 ' ' ' I Date and Port of Vessel's Name3 Captain 1 Tji. cptam. I U r ;::;:;;.: : EE,,A I ....... 33 irrimtA. I I C3 jr 2 I -w-I Qn Wh "RntlP g - , i i i i r i -i mt v n i i i ia i u ? . i i .i i i i r - - . Honolulu. Nov 12 u ."12! Honolulu, Nor. 5, . i Honolulu, Nov 12 "Lahaina, Oct. 20, Honolulu, Nov 12 Lahaina, Nov. 4, .Honolulu, Nov 10 Lahaina, Aug ay, Hilo, Nov. 1, , Honolulu, Nov 14 Honolulu, Oct. 5, Lahaina, Oct. 24, Honolulu, July 9, Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Honolulu, Nov 13 Lahaina, Nov 11, lAhaina, Nov. 12 Honolulu, Oct 11, Honolulu, Nov 13 , 13 Sailed for S. F. Lahaina, Nov. 1, Hilo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Nov 11 Lahaina, Nov. 12 Lahaina, Nov. 1, " " 1, .Honolulu, Nov. 2, Honolulu, Oct 10, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Lahaina, Nov. 17 Abram. Barker Adeline Gibbs Agate, brig Almira Alice Mandell Alfred Gibba Alfred Tyler Albion Alice, bk. Alabama A. Frazier, bk American Antelope Ansel Gibbs Arab Arab, bk. Arnolda Atki...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 December 1856

JYTISCEIiXiANEOUS. SOIETIIIjVCJ new AT THE HONOLULU DAGUERREAN GALLERY. IMPROVED AMBROTYPES: Photographic Pictures on Glass and Paper ! TKE UNDERSIGNED, having recently returned from a visit to San Francisco, takes pleasure in informing the public that he has introduced and is now prepared to exe cute those splendid and permanent pictures on glass, well known as the IMPROVED AMBROTYPES, And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the most celebrated makers, together with a well constructed sky light, he is enabled to take Ambrotypes, Stereoscopes, Daguer reotypes and all kinds of Photographic Pictures, in a superior manner and in any weather. PHOTOGRAPHS ON PAPER, of persons, views of residences, phips, parts of the city, &c., which may be sent to absent friends by letter, taken by the dozen or half dozen. Also, on hand, a great variety of cases and frames, of the latest styles. Dapuerreotype Instruments and Stock for sale, and instruc tions in the art given to persons de...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 December 1856

iX tti tfcJ .rf-aut.. . j it ! . ? i. . -; if V i 1 i :- 5! n If - lis M . ! i I" f - . i ? .1 Vm , .. . ' " -... .!. I The Guano Island From the Washington Union, Stfpt. C Having seen in a number of our exchanra con flicting reports conccrniii the discovery of a valuable !Tiianoi3lial called New 2CaittU$3vi?! wo have asked "and obtained leave to raake the tWbwlug extract from a despatch of Comtnodoro WHViass Mere hie, commaiuU ii;g P.icific squadron, dted : Valparaiso, June 33, 1856. From Honolulu I directed tny course to the latitude r.r-.d longitude designated by Mr. George W. Benson, .u;cnt of the "American Guano Company," viz: Latitude 15 N., long. 17G 30 W., and on the evening cf tlie 28th of February, having arrived at a position vrhcre it was deemed prudent to lay to a few hours, the ship was hove to 45 miles to the eastward of an inland known on the charts as "Xew Nantucket," believed to be identical with the guano island, as it is in precisely the same latitude and longitu...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 December 1856

f --"-.OA m in fi'! if - r s it: PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ? HEXRY M. WHIT.XEY. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 18, 1856. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 25. ; i ' t .... i a IS M ! 1 i 3 i 1 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, Tor the P. C. Advertiser. Flight of Thought. INSCRIBED TO REV. J. D. STROSO. Iot swift thought flies ! Go, mark the lightning's track Trace Mazing comeU to Aphelion back Tlie flying fragments a volcano gave f leaping torrent or the lashing wave jV sweeping tornad or the thunder's dash Tiie wlJrlwind's fury or the cannon's flash jvjih's hissing weapoa or the rush of time, That Is, and was, e'er sight could feel It saw. fr-m world to world, its rapid wing speed light, Creation' kindles at its lustrous flight ; Xicht shrinks diminished as it fleeting flies Aud rends tlie shadows from the bright'ning skies. But swiaer thought it bursts the chaius of clay, Explores the infinite, and soars away T shapeless chaos on confines of space. Where sun hath never sh...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 December 1856

i "t S i i 5 1 5; "? - ? 1 ft m f t t J !! J i ' ; J ?! 4 i. 1 VI . 4 : f : THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 1S5C. There bas been an actire demand for all kinds of Island pro- dace, which still continues, and In most articles cf domestic pro duce the supply is very limited- The Post which sails to-day, takes some 2i0 barrela of oil from the Xauticon, being the salvors' portion, S53 bale9 pulu, and 50,000 orange3. The re ports of the Ban Francisco market are considered favorable for shipments, of most kindsof produce. The ship Gladiator sailed on Saturday last with a full cargo of oil and bone, which will be found in our export list. An extensive sale of assorted m Jse took place on Friday and KlrmAatr at the. atnre fif MeS?r3. Yon Holt & IleUCk. at W hich prices ruled low. We notice the following transactions and prices in staples prrTn Vn pbanw in rmotations la3t eiven, $12. There is no fore?crn in market, and the demand for Hawaiian still con tinues somewhat ahead of the capacity of the mil...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 December 1856

for the last two weeks before the public it is difficult to comprehend how he, who was unknown in finan cial circles a year or two ago, could have succeeded in victimizing the note-shavers of Wall street, to the amount of some half a million of dollars. The mode by which he did so, we will try to explain. The first trace that we can find of Mr. Huntington's connection with financial matters dates back only eo fir as 1852, when he and two or three other individ uals fell into the hands of the police of this city, for the share which, they had in getting up a fraudulent ehinpla3ter concern under the title of the " Anacostia Bank, of Washington, D. C." Indictments were found against him and his accomplices on that occa sion, but they were never brought to trial, on account as appears from an endorsement on the bill of some informality or incompleteness in the proof. We next find him, shortly thereafter, having a little box of an office in Wall street, where he pur ported to carry on th...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 December 1856

1 r I -4." i - ... i( ' ' MM 3 Srfjf list f,!io W.nrf . i IBatifif Ottt ra CI : - v f ' 1 1 - f' r-" -Mir ;? $ 1 1 1 j-r t i :. t ' t ' f I ii I i( ' 1 1 ' V M . .1 f., . it ; -1 : i; i i. .I 'f 5 ..hi' H a! I 5 VI If I Mi ! i r. s i h ,i ! Mil I. f J'; : 1 I' 4 aS'-T.iMiv - "i " 1' 4' r ! r :' i ; -. . i ? ; J i -. 1 j f V ' 'ft - f ' 3 , 'is i! i I "3 '-" ?'! v i A - i . . " - W M.. I, n illMMMM IIHII I M 1 - . 1 I ' -2a I 3 IVhole Am nt j masons . II! Vessels Names Captain. a oyage. i on dc j ' II I I " O J Wh I Sp Wh I Sp Vh Eone , If T-W. - - I . . , , " Date and Port cf Arrivals. Hoaolalu, Nov 12 . - " 12 Honolulu, Nov. 5, Honolulu, Nov i2 Lahalna, Oct. 20, Houolulu, Nov 12 Lahaina, Nov. 4, Honoliilu, Nov 10 Lahaina, Aug IIUo, Nov. 1, ITonclulu, Nov 14 Honolulu, Oct. 5, Lahaina, Oct. 24, Honolulu, July 9, Honolulu, Bee 13 Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Nov. S, Honolulu, Nov 13 Lahaina, Nov 11, Lahaina, Nov. 12 Hilo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Oct 11, Honolulu, Nov 13 " 13 Sailed for S. F....

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 December 1856

riXISCELLilUEOUS. SOJIETIIIjVO 1YEW XT THE HONOLULU DAGUERREAN GALLERY. IMPROVED AMBROTTPES ! photographic Pictures on Glass and Paper ! THE CXDERSIGXED, having recently returned from a visit to San Francisco, takes pleasure in informing the public that he has introduced and i3 now prepared to exe cute those ' splendid and permanent pictures on glass, well known as the IMPROVED AMBROTTPES, And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the most celebrated makers, together with a well constructed sky light, he is enabled to take Ambrotypes, Stereoscopes, Daguer reotypes and all kinds of Photographic Pictures, in a superior manner and in any weather. P1I0TOGRAPIIS ON PAPER, of persons, view3 of residences, ships, parts of the city, &c, which may be sent to absent friends by letter, taken by the dozen or half dozen. Also, on hand, a great variety of cases and frames, of the latest styles. . Daguerreotype Instruments and Stock for sale, and mstruc tions in the art given to perso...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 December 1856

u fjf 1mmmmtm' i - T " - i I m iii.n-1 r miMn-.n 1 " " li mi n.. iiilim-iiiilwimiiTinriW. tL,...-.,,!,, i . -......, ,..-1 -.. ,..vj.'. , mi in tMumm'-tim i IT II 'in MWU. inifl, U""""1 "'" i'l'""H" 1 111 " '" '' A Leap Year Incident Oil A STORY WITH ACnd AND A point TO IT. n e think it prudent to state that we find the fol lowing story in a New York paper, without any indications as to who is its shameless author. It was bad enough to play the coquette,- without publishing the story ; and then, too, think of a married man boasting how he missed a pretty maiden. The other evening, as my friend Albert and I sat in my study, with our heels elevated on the backs of two chairs, and two glorious Havanas elevated from our lms, locking around through the cloud of smoke, I espied the evening paper lying on the table, which Tom in his usual quiet manner, had deposited there. Without in the least disturbing our dreamy cogita tions, I picked it up, and began languidly to doze over its columns,...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 December 1856

Vr If' WlU-lSHER WEEKLY "BY 1 HENRY 31. WHITNEY. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 25, 1S56. SJX POU.ARS PER AXXU3I. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 2G. 1 rlrkiwlf iiitr i i II ! I 1 1 1 i fit ! i i I I 4 f" i I ? i i i i 4 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. TIinii!siriiig. Thank God, of good the Giver ! Shunt it, sportive breeze ! Respond, oh tuneful river, To the nodding trees. Thank Him, bud and birdling ! As ye grow and sing ! Mingle in thanksgiving Every living thing Thank God for pleasant weather ! Chant it, merry rills ! And clap your hands together, Ye exulting hills ! Thank Him, teeming valley ! Thank Him, fruitful plain ! For the golden sunshine, And the silver rain. Thank God, with cheerful spirit, In a glow of love, For what wc here inherit, And our hopes above ! Universal Nature Revels in her birth, "When God, the all wise giver Smiles upon the earth ! Geo. P. Morris in Home Journal. I JOHN Ii'S SPEECH, S' I Slivered at the Stone Church, on Thanks ' a iring Day, Jan. 1, 1841. . j F...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 December 1856

f ' j , . w Jul I .. .-it. J e i 1 " . '1 ; -""4 - 5 i . r or V-2 .: : !! V i 1 -"i . : - .1 '.4 THURSDAY, DEC. 25, 1S5G. Tliere has been a good demand for Beef, Tork, Bread and Flour this week. The barques Yankes and Fanny Major brought full cargoes, of which stores for ships, now in the harbor, formed the greater part. The following transactions we note : FLOUIL Hawaiian held at 12, and the mill is unable to supply the call. The importation of Haxall per the Messenger Bird, is held at SIS. BREAD. About 60,000 fts. Tilot and Navy, ex Yankee, and Fanny Major, sold from vessel, at prices ranging from SJflOc. Ship chandlers' prices rule a little higher. BICE. Carolina, 10c.; China No. 1, 7c. ISLAND PRODUCE. Sales of 50,000 lbs light bro. sugar, for shipment, on private terms. Coffee lield at 12!12lc. Arrow root, 7c; Tallon-, Sc.; Hides, 8rS?9c; Turn, last sales at Cc.; Mo lasses, S0c.; Syrup, 35c. In Re fine! Sugar we notice a simula tive movement, caused by the advance of the article...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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