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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 September 1862

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. T T l x r Horseracinsr and Profanity. On GEO. FRANCIS TRAIN'S Exposure of the Derby Iay. Mr. Train's epeceli which we give in full be low, was Wivered in report? to a j rc-win;; call made upon hiin to t-poak at Arngld J'lace Hall, Dwelt Head, udJ in n-ply t j ..'veral fjuakers who had j.recelcd him, and eulogized a recent speech of Lord I'rougham'e, and that household god of Englislmcn, the Derby Day. Bost. Iiulhtiu. I neyer refuse a challenge from any source, much more when so iersonal aa this has been to-night. I am not in speaking mood. I came in t late. 1 confess myself better in defence than in attack, bnt as I ece a breach in the ram part I will give you a taste of the latter. (Hear and applause.) All the speeches to-night were eloquent on the Derby day (cheers) and the last debater said it was a ti;ht that would make even Mr. Train delighted with our institutions. .Stimulated by your cheers, he went on to say that there I could read the Constitu...

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 September 1862

fj!iY V t ublisiikd wKKur.v hv IIK.VKV l. WHITNEY. ! HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER IS. 1S6-2. SIX DOLLARS I'ER AN MM. VOUY1I. No. 12. VIIOI.K..3a(l. THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser, The .Nrw Hnllii.l of Lord Lovrll. The Sew Orleans lirlln auio-.es it secessionist readers with the f l:i.,.' clever parody of '-fcal:ad of Loid Lovell," Lord Lovell he nt in the St. Charl-s l.otel. In the rt. Charles Hot I ut he, A fine a rase of a Rebel 3 well. A ver you wiah to s-e . Lovell the town had aruwtil to defetkl, A waving his sword n high, II swore th it his last ou:ce of powder he'-J spend, An.t in the Lvrf. d;lch he M die. I!e itvore y black and he swore by b!u. He swir? by the stars ail bar, lh.it urtKt he'd 0 from a Yankee crew, If hi I- he was a son of Mars. He had fifty rhou-i in.l gitlmt men, fifty thou.aiul niea ha J he, 'ii nil h.l m with Lira thut thcjM never Svirr-iier ti any turret i n Vnk. He h ut f u that n Yaukee alive cnM take. He hai ir-Ht-cliul hoaU a acore, Ail l:...

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 September 1862

COITIIVXEllCIillj. Till ; RMJ.tr, SEPT EMU Ell It, 'j2. Tmf i!'i--t of evhanir m casinj some !;. u'-ion. I:i S.in Fricic, exchange ti New York was tpiotnl at th latent ad at Uj per c rt. ii'-ou?I t:--re t nw r'y it ruled at "J I cent. r miam aiakinp d. Terence of 15 ;xt Cent., eijtial to th pret lim.i riling on p ' "'w Vcrk. Tli"! Vankft t-.k ay ahoiit JU.ikpJ in ciu, (-rf which f 17.-7-i w.n n-.s..iiC-?t"'I,) and y the f "wi f, Aur'. 10, were exported $'J,7.'.3, ti, .!.;.-)' a t-lal of r.rar! JO.Oi iu I. than cue month, if cxirt continu the effect inu.-t ro to reduce the amount f !";-cie circulatfr:,; in the Kinir torn. What tli total circulat.on now it is inipos.-ib!e to nay, l.ut it is un.jijit:.HiaT!y much than wi jur-t a;ra. Sme have thoinrht that jSc.iO.0o0 w.iul.l cover the amount of C"iu in the i-land, an I of tl.it total .f.-:ibljr nt on-r oue-third is silver. fliouH the e.xjKirtof coin tritiuue as frIy as t r t!.e la-t two packets, thTf will ,n l-e a scarcity f the circula...

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 September 1862

THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. LATER FOREIGN NEWS itv Tin: :f,iri'i:K siin On Sitnr ! iv iiron , jti-t n. the Yankee was leaving, the teleriph nnno'ii cel ft clipper pai'slnfc the port uuler fuil s.il. The ship Ji-J not appear ir.c'.iceJ to stop, ari l if IMot Junes h il not fortunately been out-jMe, she wouM hive passe-I without comniunici tinj with the there. After leaving the Yankee, dipt. Junes lie;iJel his boat to the clif per urol fortu nittly succcficJ in relishing an-1 Willing her a most h tz ir l u- fc it, when u .ship is un ier fuil sail an 1 goiug 8 or I1) LnoH an hour, lie founJ tu Ixiaril pipers for Honolulu, most cf them s;iit by that en-terpri.-ir.ij newsman Jerry Sullivan cf San FrauciiCo, who, well a- Capt. J., Jestrve9 the thaiiks of the Honolulu public. The ship prove J to i the Afurninj; Stjrt Foster, 15 days, boun l to Iluagkong. She left daily papers cf the 27tli, Containing Kidteru telegrams from New York anl Washington of the hit me dale. The tele graph a...

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 September 1862

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. CJrn. Iloumn. of Kriitnt-ky Rivr Iii opinion on the Fnte of Slavery if the "Ynr continues. A ru'jimer lianm t was iver in Loui-vilk on the 17th, to lien. IyvIl 11. Kouwau, of the Iuivii! Ijelm, vsho Ji.".!ajf J grvut gallantry at h'hiloh. lion. Jauu- Guthrie roil-l. fl-n. Kouj-.iu, in Tti'u: t a toat, url th fullow ing Lnuae, which, coining from one of the ctron-ic conservatives in the army, in cititk-J to rrt-at cun.MJ;ration : iiu. Ihillcck army in it internure with the r.-."i'iriitt h:i tlraael an-1 i still r.!-a'iin for p-ace under the oil Ciovcrnment, oflering to our .Southern brethren all they ever hal, awl rlaitnin nothing escej.t in common with them. They want t tak. nothing from any one, hut lej-ir that their Southern brethren fchall enjoy all their rights unimj-aireI. liut the neru in in the way, in f.ite of nil that ran ixj done or KiM. htandin l-firr the eye of the Becetionist, the negr hi leM all the Lhtcins c.f our vernin4r.t, throwing a ...

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. — 25 September 1862

fllTlfllll': i mm .EMS -9M V W I IB kl II II ill U III i ii ii ii published WKKKI.V III IIMU -I. WJIITNEV. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 25. 1S62. iv SIX DOLLARS' PEK AXXCM. WHOLE No. 331, VOL.. VII. No. 13. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. (Frotu Lou:ti! Journal.) JT" We pnblisKeJ sever.il months aj BpIenJU pceaa entitle.! l.v State." The FpIeu'Ji J poem be low Lt a sequel to that one : In the Sopulchrr. O Keeper of the Sacred Key, Ac! the Great Seal of Ifc-suuy, Whoae eye is Dm blue canopy, L-k down upon the world cice more and U1I us what the end will be. Three cold, bright moons have filled and And the white cereiajnt that concealed The Mel Figure on the shield. It tuiT: to verdure ami the land is now one mighty battle field. Anii the twin Brothers that we said Had clashed above the fallen Lead , Heedless tt all on which they tread. Now crimson wit!i each other's blood the vernal drapery of the Dead. And all their children f.ir and wide. That are s greatly -multiplied,...

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. — 25 September 1862

COZVXIVIEXICXAX.. TUURSUAY, SEPT UMBER. J Mi Thz r.iH season' has r.peueu unexiectedly early, by the arrival of three whaler from the Arctic Ocean, wi'A ' rr- . These vessels art the R'intlter, with H60 Lbls. whale oil ami 2D.000 Ifcs. bone ; tin- r.rmm.zu, with COO b'..U. frin, 1300 bbbt. bale oil, and -iu.uou !h-. ne .! the Florida, with 60 bbls. fperra, lliO this, wbale oil, and 16.000 fts. bun'. This result has lvn so contrary to tli-l experience t.f the pat few years, where the xx ship have generally arrived first, that it ha excited the hoi-e that the days of bad-lock with whalemen are past, and a brighter pro-pert i-i before them. Th-f season in the Arctic has beii remarkably pleasant, and favorable for abating. The Florid entered t!te Strain n'uoat Slay lit, and there has ben hut little ice in tin? ocean, not suffi cient to hinder whaling whenever desirable. So mild was the wintr that twice the Cora, which wintered in the Arctic, found the ocean clear around her U-f-re U.e r...

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. — 25 September 1862

K f - f 1 V pfev It THE PAOiriO Commercial AdverUser. notes or Tin: week. Failed. The public were greatly surprised Lj an announcement in the Pakijnka of last wek that its fjuLIicatiuu wuIJ Le Uiscotitiuuc-J. TLe more so when it Laa ofteu been given out that it waa well sup- ptr'.cJ. Notonlj has it not been well supported. but, if we are correctly itformeJ, it leaves a heavy dt!t for some one to settle. This ia liot to be won tiered at, for the expense attending a paper of that size cannot be Ie&3 than four or fire tLoasanJ dollars a j ear too large sum to venture on promises to pay wade by irresponsible Eatitea. The only won tier Is that any foreigners should be found foolish enoazh to venture into each a speculation, when cer tain Iota is the consequence. The Vaktpika had one m;rit that it was a well printed paper, but beyond this, little can be said in its favor. The more iniel ligt-nt natives soon discerned its real character, and bviiig as capable of juJgiug of right and wr...

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. — 25 September 1862

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. PUBLIC ACTS, . Passed at -the Session of the Legis lature, 1862. " A.V ACT TO AMEND ARTICLE XLH OF THE CIVIL CODE. OF THE GARNISHEE PROCESS TO FACILI TATE TIJE COLLECTION OF DEBTS. Bk it Exacted, By the King, the .Voiles aud Re presentatives of the Hawaiian Ltandt, in Legis lative Council assembled : Sccno 1. That Article XLH of the Civil Code ia berebj amended, bj inserting after the words to appear ia the 13th line cf section 1)56, the word Personally. Hicnox 2." And the said Act U further amended bj iohertin after section 967, the following sections, to wit : - Section 957a. Whensoever any person summon ed a an attorney, fictor, agent, trustee or debtor of any defendant, mar be desirous of so doing, he may apply to the Magistrate or any Justice of the Court from whom or which the Slid summons may bare iasued, and the Magistrate cr Justice Lave caused reasonable notice to be given to the plaintiff in the action, shall proceed to take the deposition o...

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. — 2 October 1862

4.'. .,n onrnr V PUBLISHED WKKKI.V II V HK.VRV 31. VII1T.EV. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 2..1S6-2. 5 SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. iVOUVll. A. 14. WHOLE N. 332. r mm mm mm mm mm mm mm ,ii ti THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser, THE MIII'-S AT SKA. In xco"tf that stood on the wild sea-shore, A littie ori sat 'ix-ath the vinr-wr- allied door ; fchaJuvM and tad tu th ch.ldUh face, Co the Hft, pink che?k shone the Uar-dmps trace ; 1'or the Cherished toy h-st beloved of all The poor UtUe waxrn-f.MV-U, blue-eyed dull. Was broken : .u.lle ttt at Hie childish pain, hor the ti-n that were dropping like siiver rain. Bat the gentle mother, with loving tone. Paid, bending down by the little one. And kissing the mouth and dimpled chin, Don't cry, my lore, when the ihij cou-s in, We will gt a new d lly, O far more fair, Mith briifhter eyes and ofter hair ; Now dry your tears for 'twill surely be VThen our hi rotue in from the far, wide ae. Oti, t hit ship to come '. aiui how oft before 11 id the b...

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. — 2 October 1862

Oct. COTVXIYTI2IlCI.A.Xi. THURSDAY, OCTOllER 2, Ct tb three arrivals last week from an Frando, our advice aretolhelKh. tf-; day ef the sailing cf tbtf l'cun7 lltrtor. No material ehang? is noted in the market! of that port. Sas of J.73 l.f. bbls ifiuivii'h I-iUnd sugars are re jx.rtc.l as Laving taken pU dur.ng tl.e first t- n 2ay in i-' jteii.UT "at filmic $13,, chiefly at the latb r f-i-ure." The advices regarding Hawaiian rice are considered not so favorable a thre trt'f -re r..ccivil. The Urge ctuaidity sent ivtr in the Cooitt had created an exrrsa of fimt qu.il.ty rice, and the couseijuence was a reduct on in the price, w it!i m'-re difficulty intheiaieof it. Large quantities of Peruvian ric? are now imported into S.in Fnr.r-vo, which supplies the place of Carolina rice. Thi Peruvian product come indirect com petition with ours anil will continue to do go, as the paddy cau Ue raised in Peru t about li iu., per j.u:k1, while the rice has been bringing from 9 lie in San Francisco...

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. — 2 October 1862

the piicinc Commercial Advertiser. THE WAR IN AMERICA ! 10 Days Later and Highly Important. The Rebels in Maryland ! lVnhiiiton nain Menaced ! isi-:at i:xciti:.tii:.t : 600,000 Troops Called Out. Since our List ine, wc have haJ three arrivals from S.in Fnncisoo, viz : S lt. P irk A I !, 1" l:ir paMare. 27 I'. irk Nil-, J'i.lij. IJy these vis-jds, we are pI.ceJ in receipt of E-ist-tern news from Aug. 11 to Sept. 10 two weeks late, durtr. g which interval, events of the attuost importance hiJ transpire J. From our Sitn Francisco papers, chiefly the liul Irtiiit, we clean the fallowing recorj of events. The particulars of the fi:M with Stonewall Jackson on the 13th to COtk of August will Le fjtiuJ ou our fourth page. Dnirn oC . n;'nt 30 nml 31 FoRTiif.s.H .Mo.vnoR, August City Point has Let rj entirely demolished by the FeJeral gunboats, in con at-jut rice of the rt-helj stationed there firing on our passing trafifiorts. On Thnrs l ijr last the rebels brought to that place eight Cannon...

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. — 2 October 1862

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. PUBLIC ACTS, Passed at the Session of the Legis lature, 1862. AN ACT TO AMEND AS ACT TO PREVENT MARRIED PERSONS FROM DESERTING ONE ANOTHER," PASSED AUGUST 25tct, ISO. Be it Exacted, By the Ki-ng, the J'ulle and Re presentatives of the Hawaiian standi, in Legis lative Council assembled : Sccnos 1. That section first of the Act entitled " An Act to prevent married persona from deserting one another," passed on the 25th daj of August, 18C0, be and the same is hereby amended, bj insert ing the words or District' between the word Police" and the word "Justice." in the second line of the said section. Ecctiox 2. This Act shall take effect from and after the dite cf its publication. Approved tb. Kth day of Jane, A. D. 1W2. KAMEIIAMEIIA. AX ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE SEPARATION OF THE SEXES IN THE GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. Be IT EXACTED, By the King, the JVobles and Re presentatives of the Hawaiian Islands, in Legis lative Council assembled : Section 1. It shall be the ...

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. — 9 October 1862

i V IT IU.IHIIED U'KKKI.V It I IIK.XKV M. Willi VK. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER !). 1SU2. SIX DUbb.tllS l'Klt A XX I'M. VOlVII. . 16. Y IIOI.K N. 33a. ---wt: -;rift IP j THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. From Our Jlrtra of Oct. -1.) NINE J8AYSJATER ! The Rebels Driven Across the Potomac. MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA SAFE! I5j th? arrival rf the clipper bark Emily lluniiimj, Cij.t. M'Kvnnon, 12 d.ija from .San Francisco, we have rcerivetl a tingle copy of the ti.iily Alia, of ?j'pt. 20, for which we are uwlcr jhliyiti'jn.i to Capt. Ahrahttm Iluf.-Tcll, whose attention to the wants of the press i proverbial. The attorn telegrams are to S'pt. 10, 10 o'clock A. M., giving the highly iniiortant anl gratifying news of the complete success of M'CMIun'n cng:i!iini wit!i the rebol.-, and of their skrluMlinr over the Potomac line. Frotu the Ala California of Sept. 20th. Tlie Xcws. The rll invasion of Maryland Ii.n come to au n.I. A tli'patch from McCIellan, dated 10.J A. M. on yesterday...

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. — 9 October 1862

C 0 1VI IVX E R C I A Jm . THLHSIl.tr, Oi TOUKR 9, fii fur l.it isu, we h it h.i-l two arrival frtn San I ri.ni-ro, tut i.o biait. I'.th the e.-to rrr in route for rhina, and ra. h left lut a iiiiir!--cj.y it ran trancivo daily I bt, f the lS:h ar.d -Joth. Fr-.ru th'e j aper, vry hub-u-w is i.l t-inbV, -ithT r-UtirK ' -r Commercial matter. S.ibs of I. surer are ne-d At Vlic, Di.lMe4 at I-., and rice at auction in M f C5 to h;,;r, at V;c. U lOje. ?" quotation f Hie j rvaiiJm on gold in Sf York wat givrn, and the r.le probably r-u.aired without char?" fr-.tn the last .rtviou advisi , wtiich was 11 & 20 -r ee:it The lrk-n(irie Jinny ford cair.e in on Sunday afternoon, with a fence carg tf lumJ-r. wh'h will be f.imd a.lv-rti.I lvwl,rrr. She will n.e t w ith di-j-ati.h fr.r Victoi la, SHi'.iiijf on Saturday Monday. The whale bulk Coral, Sison. arrived on Saturday trnzn trV? Arctic Ocean, with 10M hrl. r.il and I 1,'jj0 Its. bone the season. She wintered in thai ocean, tut Capt. Sion ...

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. — 9 October 1862

the PAJinc Coniiuercml Advertiser. lC''itL Iiilll A.tt. On uur I.wt Jii will ; noticed thrt' ini por ta tit law by Upj Iislaturc. The fir.t was iutcinkJ t- j.ruinot'' IntT-isIaiid Navigation, Hft'J rarit-j to Messrs. Jaiiioii, (rt--n ami their ujL-iatf.. Humlrv tritiN-2, f'" the t..rin of twelve years from the date of the act. It give them the u luuvt right V u.-setteum or any otiier motive owir except sails, in the inter-island trail-; in other worJrf, a itiuiioioly .jf the feU-am- tr traffic for that J4.ri'.l. Steamers have not yet lial a fair trial here; and we believe that a cla-d of verl can be introluced, with f-team as an auxiliary r-jwer in some way attached t"j as tj make it of frecondury M-rvice rather than prim ary, 'which will !.- fwiind far more economical ami preferable t eitlit-r Keamera or full Bailing V. Li. The second law U intended t encourage the cftabll-hment at tlii.-i jort of a dejot for trans pacific line of ht'-amers. With a forethought and liberality which ...

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. — 9 October 1862

PACiriG Commercial Advertiser. I'lKLIC1 ACTS, Passed at the Session of the Legis lature, 18G2. AN ACT T I'K !OTK IXTIIJJ-lr-LANlJ COMMUNICATION. IJk it L'-Tri, 7y the Kin?, the J',Mts and Re. lft i,l iticft the Hawaiian I dands, in Isi.i- lattr- Council uemtiled : -uir.L: I. That Ilohert C. J.inlon. William L. iret , al their tvwci:ir, 8U':ce-ord atvl iwrigrid, nrr L r bjr contitnt-'l a bo-l corporate iinler the i:inu; r.f the Iliwiiirva h'feuni an'l General Iritcr- I-lm l N.ivigntion Comriuy. fr .inI uring a ttrm f twelve jc-iri from the iJate rf the piige cf thid Act. with, all the rlghH, privilege at. l iuununit':-?, ftM?iirt I to iceorpor ite" C'tnpni.ies by the Act rel -tin; t .Yrpor.itioi:s, an 1 eulJ-.-ct tu all the proia:oti3 thereof. Articlk 2. The siiJ Company shall hate theex-elu.-.iTe priilee of miming a steamer or Htean.era ltwccn the f-e ral rrH &rl islai.J.H cf the Ilawaiiin Kinglom. f.r the term of twelve years from date, with the exemptions aal privileges grante...

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. — 16 October 1862

4- It V ITIIMSIIKI) WEKKI.V 111 Ht.Mll f. WIUT.VKV. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. OCTOIJLR 16. 1SU2. SIX DOI.LAKS PER AM M. VOUVII. No. 1U. WHOLE N. 334. '- -.i-X: --.'L. -.r W I' 0 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The Noble Cnriurr. ir 9i'rstr. A rrtcnltUr l the mist healthy, the mo.t oful, the m'4t noble employment of mt liaoK."-.; Wa-iHISITO.. What bero from the tattle strife With pa.'m of victor rvwnd. Fame cUrion music In hi ear. From e irt Vi r-raret Ijuarad What rar o'er a oati'Hs tore, la Maj -r j .bi.in -. The fir-., the rr-t-l in th realm, A kinic lu frrT fi clime. lUturtj to rurl ) ant to wat'h rV"'' wh?at flr-ld wave, A M'vi gt.tdnes. In hi heart That glory tever g-ve. Whi, 'nu l hi acre broad and ttn, W h-re t-l..urfhh.t- ptutih the sod, Prcf n in lvin Soil to a!k. With nature a.d with G d There wjm hut one who thus retired from cobnuts t's powrr a . id pride. For nh'ch amitiun h.itli o oft In rvvlo.s tnv!rn and died. There n but one.; Dost ask his name f '.Neath fair V...

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. — 16 October 1862

COXXIYIERCI AX. PORT OP HONOLULU. XX. I. Penmyhania '''J !- ll-ifi tr. Thft THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, Wi Oi ft advice fra th Coast ,y the Ut arrivals are to M-n-day it 2Mb of Jvpterober. The commercial news is unusually infrrentinir, and showa a rapid advance in the prices of Irad Lipa. TTx- Ala of the 2Jth, publishes a review of the Botx WuJ market up to Sc.t. 10, which will iuUrrert our wo,l growers , bowing a It does an ad im e in the price of common wool The trn ro--jr of the market u atiil upward for near I r a!l hit f Wmit. with a food demand from manufactory. Th ale hare Ixen to mow client at 0uu'Uc f lb, cash, the hipb tit flxurp f.r th coare grade. In other markets we notice that T'TJic tt cash, ha I"--" paid ft cuarae libera. In New York kijh Ui- Sktpftmf Lut, we have to report continued activity i ap-culalors and toe trade have purchased largely, whik manufacture bare also oj-rted la a fair extent, the itrnuiul, however, bM heeu chietiy for low aud mcliuin quali ty suitable fo...

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. — 16 October 1862

.11- 1 A 1 r. . i ' b V 1 ai t i . I ". ! u THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. NOTHS OF Till: WEEK. Arbival or Evju?ii Musioxarik1?. The l!pico pal missionams. which have for some weeks beeo expected here, arrive-1 on ffoturJay Iat iu the Lark Comet, having left Englai. l go the 18(h of August ia the West lal' eteamer to Aipinwall. thence to Pinimi anl Sn Franci-:. The com pan j comprises IIU Lordship Bishop Staley. with his family. Rev. O. Masoo, and f-un.ly. i Rev. K. Ibbotsoo. ; Bishop J?ta!ej will temporarilj occupy the resiJence cf Prince Lot ia Richards street. Mr. Mnon aiiJ f imily occupy the parsonage of the Metholist Chapel. Ua Sabbath last, divine service was belJ ia the Methodist Chapel ia Nuuanu street, which has leen taken tetnporily fur the use of the wistsion. Key. Mr. M.ison preached an eloquent and truly evangeli cal discourse from the word, " Blessed are your eyes for they see and your ears for they hear." The Louse wis crowded to excess every teat being occu pied ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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