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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 15 January 1857

JULISCEIiLAXEOUS. THOMAS SPEXCER, ' SHU' and importer, KEEPS COXSTAXTLT OX HAND HARD WARE, Crockery, Whale Line, Casks, Preserved Meats, and every article of Ship Chandlery required by Whale chips and other vessel. Ship Chandlery. Craft Sec. and Small Cabin Stoves, Boat Hoards Masts and Timbers. Oars, Boat Hooks and Anchors, Beat Cutting and Head Spades, Harpoons, Gijr Irons, Lances, Lance ioles. Spade Poles, Grant?, Gaffs, Pikes, Rowlocks, i'omposition Gu lireons, Boat Corks, Can and Sister Hooks. Hooks and Thimbles, Open and Welded Thimbles. Dead Eyes, Bulls Eyes, Leading Trucks, Ships Scrapers. Leaning, Boardinjr, Boat and BluWer Knives. Mincing Knives, for Mincing Machines. Pitch and Try Pots, Crow Bars, (steel pointed) Boat Hull's and Clinches, Fog Horns, Deck Lights. IIardnare& Tool.-. Side Lights, Caulkinir Irons, Marlinspikes, Hand-spikes. ll.mdcuftV, ItitTL'ir: S-rews, Ili-rpin and Punii Leather. Boat Jlatehets, Saw S..'ts, Patent Saw Sets, I'lane Irons, T-n and Short J...

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. — 15 January 1857

r J"- 1 : . ! : ; t : ' 'S i :T ; - i i . i " . - -; ' t 1: h 1 -i f - 0 - f i if i 4 t Si - : Mi -it - i 9 : f;Uow on. f.-ct. Arrive 1 at the ta'&do-, we i the men hard at vr.rrk, the pcr.--plr2.tien ran lika rata liova their faces. I Inched dnbiouslr at them: oat I dare say my countenance brightened, as Ia lIr. Havnlng in the aiiif thent! Fine feilovr. tlrttl' said "mv undo: nut a bit stuck up ame alonr, end iota ad" us Iust. and vas not i rr- . r disrAr.t thn'idt-r fell nn the ear. .None seemed to notice it, however, and I ttcuM not be the tirst to j r-ror-ose returning. The ether la-lies had not come, and' probably wouLJ not, and f f.-It a vnzue terror at the thoujrht of retaaiainz exp:sel to suca a tornado zs th it vrhich threatenod us. Mr. lliyninz started, as a L.u-ler peal of thunder vibrated on the Leavv air, and said hastily, CVrae, .Hiss Eastman, let us return to the house as ri:cicly as pos.i-ohr ; the st; a is ahni .st nr.n u--.' The rath Lav throuih a dense thicket...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 22 January 1857

'"'Ji -f as? mm in I r : x ; ;! 1 4: - .v:i 1 3 PUBLISHED WEEKLY Br IIEXItl' M. WHITNEY. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 22, 1S57. SIX DOLLARS PER AXXUMi VOLUME U NUMBER 30. ill iff ! ill 1 1 llli 1 i t i&ifcSv 7 ! 1 I ! i THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser, Dnnscra of Arctic X irrigation. It is utterly impossible for the landsmen, or even our coasters near home, to comprehend one half the jerils of Arctic navigation. Although familiar with the journals of Parry, Franklin, Dr. Kane, and other tin J red spirits in the same field of explorations, those ivho sit at home can only form a faint idea of the courage and endurance necessary to those who ven ture within the regions of the Arctic circle. The public have already had one work from Dr. Kane on the subject of Arctic discoveries, which met with an unprecedented sale, and we are now promised, early in October, two more volumes, of nearly five hundred pages each, relating to his last expedition in ecarch of Sir John Franklin. ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 22 January 1857

COMMERCIAL. THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1857. Wk bear of but few transactions cf any magnitude Ua 'tstk, the rctaikrs are buying very sparingly and sscm desir e of re ducing their stock; as far a3 possible- Auction sale cf ai3orted merchaudlse have gune off briskly, owing to the presence cf a fcvr dealers from She cthor iiland, but the prices realised have been far from satisfactory. Two desirable lots of real estate were offered at auction and withdrawn. The Fanny Major leaves for San Francisco with a very small freight, but with nearly 40 passengers. The only arrival has been the Hero, from Hamburg, with an assorted cargo of about 140 ton, a considerable portion of which is lumber. DREAD No transactions. There in considerable demand for pilot and fine navy, but the stook on hand Is light. Importa tions 100 casks per Hero, from Hamburg. FLOUR No change. TEAS Stock large ; we quote ?;ile of Young Hyson and gun powder 25c (a) 30c $ black, inferior, 20c (a) . BOOTS & SHOES Sales of heavy b...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 22 January 1857

in the Crimea. Tho Mayor of Dublin presided, sup ported by Lord-Lieutenant Carlisle, Lords Gondii, Talbot, and miny other gentlemen. The city of Edinburgh was to give a similar banquet on the 31st ult. A warm discussion is going on between the Herald nnd the Advertiser, of Montreal, respecting an annex ation to the United States. One of the objections urged by the Advertiser, which opposes the move ment, is that the power of tho Federal Government would be used for the oppression of Canada, as it now is for the persecution and subjugation of the. peo ple of Kansas. Mr. Buchanan's family circle consists, for the present, of Mr. and Miss Lane, (his nephew and niece,) Mrs. George Pitt, of Philadelphia, and Mr. Appleton, his late Secretary of Legation in London. Colonel Ramsey is also on a visit with him. Miss Lane, a beautiful and highly accomplished young lady, does the honors of the mansion with the same grace and affability which gained for her so much popularity at the head of her ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 22 January 1857

1 Saa'J caalutaOa tW ji.Auu-fc.J. -i J rr - T ' . "'. ' -. f v t A: 1 .'. . . - i - 1 t 1 a' ? a 5 I. i" -, Vi V .- .t 1 '2 m Ml -.: J -,.: i -i r 31 1 S CE LLAS E O US. B. TV. FIELD. FFERS FOR SALE. OF MERCHANDISE O received bv laie: arrival fj.ca United states, the wk DRV GOODS. Muslin de Laia?3, Fa rev Li-n. Turkey K1 CList, India satin, Corai. Hlkfi, CLrc-nve crarg-- Prin, Tm d?, Fancy irii-ts. tlae iTiiii. blue FlmrL, ..r?-rrre CLOTHING." SEEKSrCKEE COAT?, WHITE Wi.iOL rHIKT.5. WHITE WWL IKAAVEK5, FANCY CALICO --IIIKT.-. r.F.- I KILL I'llAWEK.-. WHITE DRILL I'KAW EF.. cTEIPED Wt jLrHIKTS. Wij.MEN5 COTTON HOSE. GEEV" WXLEX SIIIP.Tr. GREV WXL I'KAWEK5. LINEN CHECK 5HIF.TS, CAIM ERE PANTr- KED FL.VNXEL if IIIF.T?, ELCE FLANNEL ?1IIET. RED FL."XEL DRAWERS. HARDWARE. Tirrnaa'a t-.-lf, Aie LitcL-rt, IUzi irn, Caiks sal ircus. T;a"d fry pari?, Hjiifiasti, Cait b, Conner scaks, TW-? cutlery, Sauce -ani, aJ- SADDLERI. Eaaoc-I t li & dra! ck-ih. r:rth -n55 ?Pr? Kvin silver spar, t-ir...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 29 January 1857

plBLISHED WEEKLY BY HENRY M. WJI1TXEY.' 5 HONOLULU, .HAWAIIAN . ISLANDS, JANUARY 29, 1S57. six nniiLvus iku axm'.m. VOLUME 1. MJAlllElt 31. THE FACiriC Commercial Advertiser. For the P. C. Advertiser. Lines written nt Komi, Hawaii Oh Phoebus fair ! La other climes I've strayed, And lov'd thy gentle, peace-inspiring beams Watched frozen regions by thy presence made Assume a beauty oftenest seen in dreams. On Afric's strand, beneath thy light I've laid, Ai.d seen thee nightly silvering o'er her streams j But now I know that thou, thy fullest, brightest smiles Did'st even then retain for these fair ocean isles. And now beyond the trade winds sway we've passed, To where the alternate land and sea winds blow, Eolus here ne'er pipes with furious blast, But ever gentle airs come soft and low. From morn till eve the tempered sea winds last, And all night long, from silvery banks of snow That crown the ancient head of dome-like Mauna Loa, The land breeze patient fans the weary, panting shore...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 29 January 1857

V C OEfXJVXEH CXAX. . THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1857. The past week has been one of extreme dullness in trade, re mintu:V us forcibly of the condition of things here during the dog days of July. The day or two succeeding the departure of a packet for the coast, are generally marked by unusual quiet ; and in this instance, the departure of the Fanny Majc on the 21st, together with the stormy weather with which we have been visited, have almost put a quietus on all kinds st business for the present. An auction-sale on Friday of sundry merchandise went off heavily, and the prices obtained were lower than we have known for many months. The auction-sale of valuable Real Estate in Haunakea Street, set for Monday, was indefinitely postponed. Three or four retailers are preparing to close out their stock at auction in a few days. There liave been no foreign arrivals thi3 week ; the Frances Palmer, now fully due, is anxiously looked for, and her arrival will, doubtless go far towards enlivening tra...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 29 January 1857

learn, that " mine host" of the Commercial Hotel has been fitting up, in very tasty style, the large hall on his premises, and proposes giving Dramatic and mu gical entertainments, during the dull season, several old favorites of Honolulu theater goers, we are told, are engaged, and Smith John Smith the inimitable Ticayune Butler,' is among the crowd. Wallack, also, is on the list, aided by Miss Immel, Mr. Town eend, etc. It is said, Mr. Beatty, than whom a bet ter could not be procured, is to assume the manage 3?" Owing to our supply of printing paper having become exhausted, ve have not been able to issue for the past two weeks our usual extra sheet, and conse- quently have been compelled to omit the whalemen's ship list and many advertisements. We expect a sup- in ply of paper by the Palmer, and may be obliged to thlay our next issue till her arrival. For the Commercial Advertiser. I Mb. Editor: One would think that the editor of the Government Organ, with a salary of two thou- s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 29 January 1857

I S I f j T "ST JfIS CELLANEOrS. norsEs A. LAXDS. Ji IS C E LL.15EOUS. JUS C E LLAN E O US. f i r i i! J! i i 5 1 S. W. FIELD. AFTERS FOR SALE, OF M E R CH A XD I SE receive:! cy luxe arrivals trim the L"oiI states, tie 1U- lowuvr niMftt articles ; DRV GOODS. de Laines, Faney LivaSr Turkey Red Chintz, Lidia Satin, Corah IT .!?, Chrome oramre Prints, green do, Fancy print,, blue Drills, fcf-.ze Flanae!, imiye She.-cmr, iJanets, zreea Saetimrs. Irish. Linen, Swiss mil check?, rfhi w ami grey Liankecj. Hadras Hdkfi- CLOTnixe. SEERS UCKER COATS. WHITE WiL ermtT?. wurrs wlxjl LiiAv 3 .NCY CALICO SHIRTS. BRO. ERILL DRAWERS. WHITE DRILL STRIPED WOOL SHIRTS, W03IEUTS COTTON SREY WOOLEN SHIRTS, GREY WOOL DRAWE&.'. Id'; EN CHECK SHIRTS, CASSLMERE PANTS. RED FLANNEL SHIRTS, ELU3 FLtNNEL SHIRTS. P.P.I FLANNEL DRAWERS. HARDWARE. T!a I 7 para, axes. CUw tieti, foaoj paas, 3o3Ti C.XsC Ill'rS, Siilor iron, Counter 'a.r, lis LiTcajeLi, xm'd ixoa, SADDLERT. fLcar&il fcLi Jfc slrab cS:-t5, air...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 5 February 1857

IT .n E . ft. if SI 'I i published weekly by? HENllY 31. WHITNEY. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUARY 5, IS57 (SIX DOLLARS PER AM M VOLUME 1. NUMBER 32. Ilk " If , llf lit tllT 1 ' I I H A I t m a u ii IN i IK W I I tl It ll Hi 111 11 III 111 I 2 1 i Jt d 1 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, A Gem. We cut the following exquisite little gem from Blackwood's Xwjuzine; it occurs in w Mr. Buttle's Review" of a book of ..otmi, by Chas. G. Eastman : Softly She is lying, With her lips apart Softly She is dying Of a broken heart ! Whisier ! She is going To her final rest. "Whisper ! Life is prow inj? Dim within her breast. Gently She is sleeping She has breathed her last. Gently, "While you're weeping, She to Heaven has past ! VARIETY. Extravagance and Improvidence end at the prison door. It is easier to build two chimneys than keep one in fuel. A lost art. The art of making large loaves, with tbe bakers. A recent census makes the total population of Russia, 03,000,000. I have found by e...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 5 February 1857

. mi mif 'Ant. ' 1 1 i 1 1: 3 i If! Ml It I '! ': i r v - ? 'Ill 'I - 5 ly-.-t; "I . - J- ! . I ii I coxvxi&xmciAx.. THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1S57. . The arrival of the Frances Palmer on Friday gave a little Impetus to trade, but the transactions have been light, and con fined principally to staples ; the continuation of rainy weather places a damper on business. The Palmer brought a fair freight, of which flour and bread formed the greater part. Our quotations this week are necessarily limited, and we find that with one or two exceptions there is literaly no enquiry for any description of goods. FLOUR Sales of 400 qr. sacks California, ex Palmer, at $14 per 400 lb. The mill is at a stand-still, awaiting the arrival of wheat from Maui ; the supply in Honolulu is entirely exhausted. Bit E AD Sales of about 8000 lb3 navy, ex Palmer, at 8 cts. LUMBER The demand for building purposes, and for sheath ing of vessels has been larger than is usual, at thi3 season, and the stock is greatly redu...

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. — 5 February 1857

Eummons, I made my appearance before Judge Gis- 1 ff0M, accompanied by my lawyer. On hearing the evidence on both sides the judge decreed that I come pretty near up to what was re quired by law, but I would exactly have hit it, if after haili"? and getting no reply I should have knocked 0jf work, lowered away a boat, and sent a message on board the General Williams that I was about cast ing off her line from my stern mooring chains. Not having taken this precaution, I was fined by his honor 1, and costs of court, amounting to about $13, and ako had to pay my lawyer's fee of $20. Capt.'Cox, cf the Magnolia, had instructed my friend, Capt. Spencer, to take care of his interests for the damage done his vessel, and as the suit went against me I was looked to as the party to it. Capt. Miller of the General Williams is apt to say what he thinks when he gets " his back up," and as I have the reputation of taking things easy, it may account for Capt. Cox's preference to look to me for payme...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 5 February 1857

I f ft , i f L list. a c if ic (iall) al emeu's v s 3 : -tit V"1 1 K i 4 m n! i i PI i : ..it i : ; i ? it Ml . . p. 1 :1 1 : Vii -4 e. ' ; 'J' i i. 1 1 -i .v - -5 ... 4 : : - I i J,' : i v - '; :ii .1 ' . -; . .- -4 1 - r i 1 V v 4 -. ft r. 1 1 B r il'; " Date and Port of Arrivals. Tessela Names Captala. C s O Honolulu, Nov 12 " 44 12 Ilonolulu, Nov. 5, Honolulu, Nov 12 Lahaina, Oct. 20, Honolulu, Nov 12 Arrived at S. F. Lahaina, Nov. 4, Honolulu, Nov 10 lahaina, Aug 29, Hilo, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Nov 14 Honolulu, Oct. 5, T-j-ihaina, Oct. 24, Honolulu, July 9, Ilonolulu, "Dec 13 Honolulu, Oct 20, ahain;i, Jan. GO, Ijahaina, Nov. 3, Honolulu, Nov IS Lahaina, Nov 11, Lahaina, Nov. 12 HilovNov. 12, Honolulu, Oct 11, Honolulu, Nov 13 " " 13 At San Francisco. Lahaina, Nov. 1, Hilo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Nov 11 Lahaina, Nov. 12 Lahaina, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Nov. 2, Honolulu, Oct 10, Lahaina, Nov. 2, Lahaina, Nov. 17 Honolulu, Nov 22 1 lonolulu, Nov 12 Honolulu, Oct. 3, Lahaina, Nov. 15 Honolulu N...

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. — 5 February 1857

XT I S C S Xm X. il U E O J S . AW GOODS. rgiHE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SAL.E ji the baUjic of the cargoes of the Am. ships JOIIX GIL t'lX and WASHIXGTOX ALLSTOX, lately arrived from f. iston, consisting iu part as follows i Dry CZood, Cases Print?, Fancy do., do Muslins, do Denims, do ticking, bales hrown drilling, cases b!ue drilling, do pant stuff, bales blue print, cases Nankin pant cord, do cassimeres, do white cotton, do corset jeans, do sewing cotton blue and white, do hickory skirts, do suspenders, do seersucker coats, do linen thread, Bales lasting, do Eng. white linen drill, do Navy duck, Fris'i linen, bales stripes, do blanket, caes umbrellas, Bales gunny bags, cas'-'S palm leaf hats, do orange cotton, woolen stockings, mixed do, . Fancy shirts, carpet binding. Casos men's goat brogan., do women's leather buskins, do native women s shoe?, do men's patent brogans, do calf do, do fixed gaiters, do men's thick boots, do super calf boots, Kiggiog leather, pump lo. f.'rocerio, e...

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. — 5 February 1857

I .... i chairs, r.roTcd up ly cushions, and the object of Silas caught up his hat, brushcl past li s nepuev, Urovrn's pertinent inquiries toxl near the window, I ana walked, at a tremeiiuous puLe, uua a walk. . iii. Brown, I regret to say, was not remarkable lor Jeebion of character. He stood gazing stupidly at the paper on the table, while a person glided gently into the room, laid a little white hand upon his shoulder, and looked up anxiously into his face. What's the matter, dear ?" Brown collected his thoughts, and explained that the dirty piece of paper was the title to the land which his nncle had bought for him in the days of yore, and now regretted his generosity. Of course, you will not accept a repented benevo lence ?" What am I to do? It is a more puzzling affair than you think. If my uncle cannot, and I will not, make use of the property, the thing will be neutral ize!." " Hut vou can thank your uncle fur his gift, and then go to your man of business, and restore the gi...

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. — 12 February 1857

It i Si 4 t V if If i 1 i n AY '. - 5 1 pf-RLISTIER WEEKLY BV ? HENRY M. WIIITXBr. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUARY 12, 1S57 (SIX DOLI.VUS PER AWl'M. VOLVMK 1. NUMBER 33. j irf4 I i THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser From a little vol u me of original fables, in French terse, published in Pari, in 1849, by Dr. Frick, we 1 aice the following apologue, anl add the translation J ?.a :'c by its author. This novelty of Franco-English I -inning will at least amuse such of our readers as - m j-e conversant with the French language. Lc Castor ct Ic Taupes. Un castor de pays lointain Vint enseigner l'architecturc, Les etudes et la nature Longtemps avaient forme sa main : Son ordre n'etait ni dorique, Ni roman, ni corinthien, Mais tout bonnement castorique, C'etait, jc crois, le plus ancien. Animaux de toutes allures, Mocurs, formes, facjons ou tournures, Se groupaient a son cours, Fcoutant ses discours ; Chacun a sa maniere, Soit grand, soit petit batisseur, Louait methode et professeur...

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. — 12 February 1857

If THURSDAY, FEB. 1 We hare to-report ut little actiTKy- in themartet this week. In the absence of sliipplng, the demand for goods is light, and confined principally to domestic wants. There appears to be but little confidence felt in the appror.ching spring trade, and dealers are dispose! to make no addition to their ?t cks. The stock no ia the market, together with the cargoes on the ways will f 3rm a large supply for all the wants of the spring an J sum mer trade. The Hawaiian Flour Company paid a dividend of 25 per c:nt. to its stock-holders on Monday List. The capital cf the Com pany is $10,000. YVe are very glad that the Company has met with success during the past season. It 'a almost the only suc cessful company enterprise that has met with 6ucces3 at these islands, and we trust it may lead to others. There hare been no arrivals of merchant vessels since our last, except the schooner Reporter, from San Francisco, for a cargo cf potatoes, and the only departure is the brig Ze...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 12 February 1857

government is concerned. If all the resident consuls phould be actuated by like motives, criminal justice among foreigners here would soon be rated among the things of the past. But if one only of the foreign consuls should pursue the course above indicated, the remainder, in order to obtain justice for their re spective countrymen wjuld be obliged to interfere w ith our administration of justice, or rather take it entirely into their own hands, so far as themselves were concerned. A pretty pass for an independent nation to come to ! It may be objected that such consular interference is impossible. If any one thinks that class of persons exempt from the frailties of other human beings, let him examine well the con tents of a certain " tin box" now supposed to bo in the archives of the land conquered by Hcngist and Horsa, the celebrated "table of consular grievances." After a year's reading of the same, let him come to a conclusion or two as to what consuls might do. It cannot be pos...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 12 February 1857

f ' At I At, 1 m t j '''if hcific t ir a 3 I t i rn a "M i TTtn-TtTHTM riiiTT-i "" i : n 1.9 i -j I e 1 I Vessels Names Captain. Ls & - Pate and Port of Arrivals. Honoluio, Nov 12 " " 12 Jlarwlalu, Nor. 5, Abram. Barker Adeline Gibbs Aiate, brig Kcuolulu, Nov 12 Alice Mandcll i Alfred Gibbi Albion Laiaina, Oct. 20, Honolulu, Nov 12 Arrived at S. F. Lahiyna, Nov. 4, Honolulu, Nov 10 Lahaina, Aug 29, Ililo, Nov. 1, Alio?, bk. ! Alabama ! A. Frazier, bk. ' American ! Antelope ! Ansel Gibbi Arab ' Arab, bk. j Arnolda t Atkins Adams , Atlantic ! Awashonks j Alexander ; Ales. Collin Honolulu, Nov 14 Honolulu, Oct. 5, Lahaina, Oct. 24, llsnolulu, July 9, Honolulu, Dec 13 Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Jan. ."0, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Jl-.n-.-lulu, Nov IS Lahaina, Nov 11, Barnstable Bart Gosnold ; Baleana Baltic, bk, Belle, bk. ! Bstsy Williams . Benj Tucker Black Eagle, !!; Brutus i Braganza j Byr .n, b!c. , Black Warrior Cambria i Canton ' - ill- L Ciilifririila j Canton Backet Callao Honolulu,...

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