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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 October 1862

pAoinc Commercial- Advertiser. PUBLIC ACTS, Passed at the Session oi the Legis lature, 1862. AN ACT TO CONFER CERTAIN PRIVILEGES UPON TI1E HONOLULU SUGAR MANUFACTURING AND REFINING COMPANY." Br it Exacted, By the King, the Jolles and Re presentatives of the Htuniinn Iilandt, in Legit latire Council assembled : SaCTlox 1. That the followirg privileges L. an.I are hereby coDferre-1 nj-on the Honolulu Sugar Manufacturing A Refining Cornpnny," to be en-j-'JeJ j aM Company during the continuance of ltM VTV-nriiX, charter tf incorporation, viz : first. Tu reSne cru le sugars, imported from any foreign country in bonJ. fur re-exportation, without the payment of duties, under tuch regulations as hall be established by the Collector Gene al of Cus toms : Provide lj however, that if euch sugars shall tx toll or difp;?! of to te consume-! wit tin the kiog Jom, they fcball Ls subject to any duty imposed upon them by law from tinje to time. . Second. To import free of duty, all Machinery used in...

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. — 23 October 1862

UJ 1 Mwwwim i ii ' -. --i- f (DdDMIMriEIE(DJIAjL AID)VIETEririIEIRl UPFL EIT 4, ft'f ii3 E M 6 N f I 1 1 !; -ill r , , t t k 11, I Sj 1 i 17 , 0, kit LATER MEWS ! Arrival of the Clipper Ship The clipper ship Henry Iirigham. Potter, arnTcl this morning, 11 cUjs from Sn Francisco, bringing papers from thence to the 20th of September, an 1 Eastern dates to the 27 th. The . B. is boon J fur IIoDgiocg, nl will sail to-dij or to-morrow. We copy the news ia full. No fighting is reported aj having occurred. Till? Rebels 12 000 SfrOIl0'' ill 3IiS - 5 . n . souri, near the Arkansas Lino. The Rebels Preparing Burnside. to Resist ' R6bCl RlimOr Of tuG EV3.CU&tl0n - , ... The Rebels Make a Movement be tween Richmond and Petersburg1. Hie Iolol!" Ioi-l ii;vinJT Rumored Resignation of 31 r. Seward, (o be Succeeded by 31 r. Everett. rir rSrpl. 2IJ. SraixcriELO. Mo.. Sept. 2Gth. A portion of the rebel army is now at Granby Mine. Newton County, t near the Arkansas line. lien. SohoSeM. with an army...

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. — 23 October 1862

T C O lYIlYIEIl CIAL . rncM.s1t.4y, ocroiitiu M, KrbH;r.-.n old friend, wh xe ufj are ajy el emie, inoI ua a few line uu h.t U jut now an interesting I-Hmc of dicust.m nt only hrfi hut alrMd. H rites : ll-H14'. rBM:. IlSOW'ST. " I'nder ,rki. k Kmj, IttioHttn, ' " M. Kt-.iroa I ak T'.- "C'wwr'-iat"' Importer if it would IV -t!r i-r"r lif .r(i- of uKiJ-ri" to '0--0- un-l-r hi vf-hamr ,,. . D-.iiir r-liir sn o-.h prt-iuiuiu in . v! of - IJiin" at much dr'ott.t. Thi would obvi-.tr the-rnrin-- nlm h rrrr lut tf- latter rd in this iark-t. F'.r fuiti-1' I wit a I'- Tr-.tur- Nt l.rr f Io.k.o, 1 fcavw only or riiht of Out (ieuoc.natioo ti,rv. r. ot if t llorTmanr's Corner ai-1 dispose of it at -r rnil. ii-oo.iit, (I'. S. n-uUr rate.) the purrrias-r, tiwu. to tie- ei4i4a of the rt.' ifi- Hi e lor it lilt 7,7-. If 1 want t in-l tin aiifiit (i'.TOo.) in WIIt' Kol. fall mi V--r. ir,r nr lun." on New IVMford, -itK W'., K!:irV.wn or lolnV IIMe. f..r wLat my "dollars" j Ihiw n-aliZfil iIS luy. at 2...

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. — 23 October 1862

THE PACiriC j Commercial Aijvertiser. xotks or TIIH WKKK. . Ihir tn iN AsTi'K uii.s. On h recent tour arounl . II i-Vii. I'r. Win. Hillebranl asqen l. -l to the piiruruit f f Minn Kea. in company wUb Ch.irlea Ilillan l Cpt. Oimingi. Almt f.t U-Iuw the top, on rt ! I of the monntiin (I lnni vutel by either fr Inera or nitives they livover l nn ancient mami f icf- ry f.f sone implements. It jconita of a cave, la front cf which was a pile, of ttcne chira 2-t f.f t l.iirh, which ha'I evilentiy acrumulife-i from the rnanaracture of tone ful, naikl bnl!. ic, &c , whioh lay cattereJ about in an unfirii-lic-l state In front of the cae was fiunJ a woolen idol, in goo! j reervtion, which, with the peletal attacheJ to it, nieaiur-s nearly five feet Mf?h. "In forru the imtge very mnch reembles that flctare-I in J-rvrs IIirory, page 27. flone of pii anl Jogi, kar.a, ji-v of cocoa-nu phpIN. fragments of hewn woolen implement. e rhellj. an I mar.y other curiosi ties wor I.n (unnJ. The party lo...

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. — 23 October 1862

PACirio Commercial Advertiser. ew Diuoverjr in Iron-Clad Sliip. A new d'jvelopcmeut in the history of iron cl.nl sltijm lts ln nude, f r wlikli the country is IuJ,'bu-l the gcuiud of Couuj.odore l'orttr, the gnlhmt le trover f tlie once f-riiiM.if!; rebel ram Arkansas. lJ the official r -port t N.tvy Iefart!uent of his daring ut tack, sinojle-h.iU'J'.-lf ufxii the -4rA;in5j5, under the h.-a.vy Isitterieit at yickburg, on the 'J21 of Julj, we leurn the fI!pwing important fact : The Esxtt'i although cl.i'l with iron plating onl one inch thick at the thickest part, was fr two hours !anl a half unkr fire of 70 heavy gun-f in hattfy, 20 fleM piec-s arnl 3 heavy guru on h.-irl the fruin." The fire was ini.i terrific. In the intrpiti ''miiiix! jt:'& word-, rarM was this re.tbat fr half an hour the hull of the ehip was-corn filt'-ly envelop! in the heavy jeti of water t thrown over her hy the enemy a uhot, boll and balls." At one time this cannon ailing wai at ?i fhort a range that he c...

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. — 30 October 1862

UJ n o. u 11 n ya ii t YYH WAV r 4 I'l'RLISIIKD U'KKKI.l' HI' IIK.XRV M. U IIITXKV. ! HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 30. 1SG2. S SIX DOLLAKK I VOU VII. No. 18. PER AXXl'M. WHOLE No.33. turn am i r. J I s v-: 5 , i THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The Latsorr'a rion at Samriae. How pur the air, how wrt the lfn ' The dewy graia how vernal ! What Being hath created the Bat Tlioo, the great Eternal ! A world f gondiie spread around. A H-ver above d-th bla me ; But man the fe of oin la found, And la, unjtitt oppress me I gird me for another dsy Of Uboc unrequited ; My Father and mjr Ieity When ahail Uwrte wroug be righted Oh ! at retch Thine tunl out o'er thia Unl A trrmif, a. Ju.4t redre?T, A oil bi-I the roatntte poor apataixl, Aiul haiuLie the oj.preaor. We jk Thenar oor daily bread, Our feeble lire to cherish ; Anil lo ! a, boonteoo feast U fpreaJ, That nne tor lack marperinh. Bat kir.irnl atatesautt, peer a ad priest, Wh'jm Tirle hath mad; the stronger, Have driven Thy people...

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. — 30 October 1862

COIVTIVTEIICITVI,, TIIL'kSDA Y, OCTOBER 30, 1? Tar ha ln a vffj dull f-k in bu:i- circle. Nrrral b!p overdue are ar. limnly looked f-r. The Pntlinn, frvta Bremen, U ahcut 10 day 'Hit ; the ie. from New R.-d- f !. lt day ; the Rutin;, fmm Bot.o. 13d day ; and the tiaUUi, In An Liverj-x!. 1 'kJ, H 'th fu!I r- The Constitution arrived on th- 24 lb from lido, where she j had di-bargd a part cf her qarir. he saiW again for Vic- t ta yesterday. ' The ship t.toHiitiw alto sailed yesterday for Mor.te Vid-o, 8. A. Ihjriaj her stay lo port, she has been thoroughly r..r-d. i Owing to the deurb"l state of eurr'-ney, she u ohli-d tit ' pay 5 per crot. premium for iboney advanced on Vwttnmry. Tlie whaJe.hip Mtrenyo, which arrived OQ the 2llh from the Southern Ochouk, bring in a gol catch, sustaining tlie favor- j abSe report already received fu ra the North. , The wha!3hin Bruyinza wa sol I at puMic auction on Thurs day Ut f.,r Z:)0. She will t- repaired and fitted out from : this port "o German ...

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. — 30 October 1862

(r v f 1 'if 1 , . THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. notes or tiik wki:k, Hawaii at the Ixterxatiosal Exhibition. Thiak to the coerg7 anl forethought of tht estima. tie traveller, LaJjr Jane Fbankli.v. wbce Tisits htre are rernerobre-J with touch pleasure bj all, th'n group is well represented in the great Interna-ti--nal Exhibition at London. Her ladyship, with a demotion anl inJuitry, which exc'teJ the admiration of all, duricg her visit here, collected a great vr eiy of the prolactions and manufactures of the group, an l took thm with her. She reached Lon don after the exhibition Lad opened, but etill in time to deposit there some of the curiosities obtained. Three f pecioieES were not collected by her with any Tiew tf being placed in the Kxbibitioo, and were only put there to fill the ipace ktudly allotted to us. An article on our fourth pag, copied from the Lon don Timet of the Slit of August, will indicate on.e of the articles deported there. We much regret that specimen of o...

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. — 30 October 1862

rAciric Commercial Advertiser. faIi and (jrcdit Contracted. HIE (ll.EMT frV'TLw. 1. The cre.Jit pjst'lm r uts a fictitious j rice i:joii all irufcrty it tilr-s from the wa- of tlnj l.J'jn.r ami alL- t-i the trice of whut he buj. I.j infill of I!" i?wua it Lad driven uj ric d t-n timt-9 ln'fi'T thai they ouht to !. there neither labor, value, :nr mn' to r rcnt thta; rice. .2. The rrwJit "j't-jm ij.rstroys the healthy divi-h-i of latwjr. ! '. The credit ."j?t!iu is a great Larrier to use ful indu-stry men who will i.-t l.tfr, in the it-ire to em-ajie the tF'.-cts of the s-nteiiee lo earn th.ir bread by the wcat of thtir bruWd, eDter bu."ineM by this tlo r; A. The credit system orns a wide dor f-r rogues and ewindlersH a fertile field for schemers and all who lay fad and with the interests of their fell jw men. j j. The credit system is gur jrted entirely by the laborer, for there; is n value without labor. I!y means of usury, it robs the laborer and gives n jthinir in return by means ...

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. — 6 November 1862

LU J Pimi.IVIIKI) U'KKKLV Ml" IIK.MIV M. WIIIT.NKV. J HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 0, 1S62. iv SIV DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VII. 10. WHOLE N.337. ! i mm mm mm mm . mm mm . rm mm i a mm 71 V tM5 I THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. (From the fun Francisco .Evening Bulletin.) War CliroDolvsr of September. F?ptemLer proved to be one of the busiest months of the current Tear. Ihe rebels, m great forces crossed the Potomac, early in the month, chiefly and mi'mly to obtain supplies, while a eccendary object was to encourage Maryland to rue and unite ber fortunes with the Confederacy. McCIellan met them in many bloody battles, deprived them of any advantage they had gained by their raid, and made them pty in thousands of lives for their fool-hardy attempt at invading loyal territory. The month opened with the shadow of Pope's grevious defeats over ocr cause. It closed with the prestige cf victory restored to us ; our array it excellent spirits and reinforced by daily acquisitions of...

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. — 6 November 1862

COIVX2VXI2R.CX.A.X.. THURSDAY, XOrEMBLR 6, 1- TVt r.ive seven arrival of whalers r-jtl since our UatiMoe Ave at thij irt, or. t Lahaina. and at Hilo, earfh haTicjj a fair eatcfc, bat rthT b low prove to l? th average of the s-vn. By the reports ir.vrV.1 t-low, it will be rn that the .i. llutrland, Whelden, had l:ft the Arctic (or Pan Francises, with full cargo of oil, taring filial every t.ak on loan!, arl Witt M barrels '-n -ck. We have no arrival tf merchantmen to notice. rVT-nI auction -'- f K-al liUlt have tak-n plac within Ih pat few ! v- Th-'rri.ltire of the late John La 1-1, oo ETtnut street, biiK s v-!l-tuilt two story L-hum:, with a.any bo1td e)Vfner.r, $t J i,r l,7ii. A. J. Cartwrlght. fvj , waa tbe parehaar. The L'niou lintrl prnir. la Naaanu street- c-ror of Mario, aofcl on the lt ftr f IoO). It xjr-:l.t-d about a yar airo tjr .t tale on-r f.r J), which wa theu considered low figure. It wa txaight 1 J. liackftld, E , who will opeo a store ia it tnly. For this purpose, it...

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. — 6 November 1862

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. notes of Tirr; week. Fire. Oa Mcn.lay mcrn:ig last, a little before 3 o'clock, ik Ere Wis discover 1 in the xeir of A. D. rartwrrght's grocery anl provision store iu Fort etreeu VTLcd first observe!,! tbe flimts were oa the roof cf this builJiog anJ a!s- on that of C. Brewer & .s oiall atone warehouse aljoiuing. The re engines were prompt! en the ground, but ha-1 to wait some teu or fifteen rniputea before they couIJ oLt!n wafer from the byJrints, the supply being turne! off every night. In 'the mean time, while wiping f,r warer, the fire VpreaJ over the entire tuiiding, an ! a!so envelope! jhe carpter t-bop ad joining, cccupiel by Mr. ;L.tIi. There three buil lliii were consarnei, incja Jing a!! the etock of groceries in Mr. Cirtwrightf ttore. A portion of the g'xids stored in Drevrer Zl CVa warehouse wad remove J to a pUce of aafery. Tbe building barneJ were fr iaie, aud very riuic-fj'couiuuied. Had there been ar.y wind at the time, lL fixe m...

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. — 6 November 1862

Pacific Commerbial Advertiser, Pskmh Hbamd has'ritten fei the 4kiUi s things more l-aii!iful th'vn jrd' Prarer lllwalralrd. Our FiUher J P v right of creation. By bountiful pvUion. 12 gracious adipti.-i ; Who art ia Heave Tue throne ot glory, The portion of thy children. The temple of Jhy angels, r Hallowed b thy name-ill y the thoughts of our hearts. By the words if oar lips, By the works cjf our LutkIj, Thy king hn come i Of Providence to defend as, Of grace to din as. trf glory to croru aj ; Thy will be doa oa earth as it is to Heaven Toward iu w:itiut nritacc. By as wiihoul impulsion. Universally without exception. Eternally without dccleui.o. O.re aj this day oar didy bread Of necessity f t our bodies, Of eternal life ftr our souls. A ad Ibrgive aj our trespasses Against the coirtmaods of Lby Uw, Araintt the graj-es of thy U.pel ; A we t,rglr then tbaxitrrsiwus against us By defaming oufr characters. By etobtuUfig uur property, By abasing our persons j A ad lead us not Into lem...

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. — 13 November 1862

1 ffmM A ll I PCIU.IMIED WKKKLV III 1 HKMtV .M. U lllT.NKt. J HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 13. 1SG2. SIX OOI.LAKS PER AXXI'M. VOUVII. W HOLE 33S a .n:,-:,. , it: ii - i I: I; X F i! J ! f; r X THE PAOIFIC Commercial Advertiser, (From the Francisco Ktfening Bulletin. ) War Chronology of September. (C.cii frnm f irrfit.) oepterorer . Mooter, Dink ami rumner pursue tae retreating army on the Boonewrxiro road. Porter anl Keno pursue theta on the Sharps burg ro-vl. Franklin anJ Couch- go to the relief of Harper's Ferry, but arrive 3 hours too late. Harpers) rerry JK-gracefujIy surrendered after 24 days fighting, at 'J A. M., to the enemy, thoueh ijen. Mile? hj G.O :W to infihtrj, and 1.G00 cavalry, ine latter he allocs to go. They cut their way out arnJ arrive at Grcencastlc. Pa.. hiving taken LO wugons anl! 75 prisoners on the way. The rebel have left MaysvHle anJ frone to Paris, Ky. The enemy before Cincinnati, 15,000 strong has fallen back on Florence, 15 miles south. Bus ines...

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. — 13 November 1862

COIYXIYTEIICIAI.. rnc'usojr, xoemh fr w. mi. i " !ii-e the departure of tpe mail packet o the 1 jtl olt-, we have tad thef forrlsn arrrvaL : Merchantmen llanibtvff Lark Laura and Lou. Be, fr ra Seenieo i bark Constirut oti. from Puip-t oand. i Ilil.j ; bark Yanka from Franclso J vessels, all w.Ui full cary . haert tv.ir:frtn, ("AT arxl on oclj) ; Othello ; Marengo ; Faony ; Fr. h. Gen. Teste: Ocean ; Victoria ; Harvest ; Ia lla ; Nary 10 r-l at Ibis part, a.'d one, the Adeline-, at Lahato all from the Northern rrulsir.p rr"iind. P.uiiaa r acaiurr t"-J.'roj. ct- 1. 14 d.y from pari Vraocco, vb.rh sailed ajajn on the 21t lor Jpan. Thr rvporta fiom llie whJIiiijr ground continue favora ble, aa Coaspared with tLe pat three year, and thus far very few ar-H lrctj hare been reported. Four merchant ships wi:K full carpus are somewhat onrJur, and anvouly lked f.r. They are: Bremen ship Pauline, over 2fi days out from Bremen. American ship tiie, ii dy out from New Redlord. American ship Radii...

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. — 13 November 1862

THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser I'tslr bolviuy. Perjury mr ' Slaadrr I Wbich J One d.iy last wtivk or the5j revioua one, u native Jon! jf t-.-Unua or lock-jaw. wai a Cithulic, anJ -in of Lit friVn J., on iniu irir. af:t.r the caun.-s f his dith, I.arueJ tliut two wek or tj l.fjre that evi-nt haj -nl, he l.ai Lti Llel by s.iru one, firl nail by Ii-v. Iwe!I Smith. Ieerning it a car ital ojror tunity to las?j the JieverenJ gentleman for a practice iu which be has become Pome what con fpi:u jus that of bleeding frtly and gratuit ously every one that applies to him the native's frienJ. concludol to s t the law nt.i to work to worry hiiu. On the strength of un aS lavit sworn ti by Mr. J. Stwurt, as we are in-f-rm"J, a summ ons w:i i-wtio! calling Mr. mith to answer to a charge for manslaughter, depo nent having sworn, to tlie ly-st of his knowledge, and that Mr. S. wai guilty of manslaugh ter in the thirJ degree. For the nonce, the town w ttll agog the attorney general vowed that the ma...

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. — 13 November 1862

ih PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. (Corr.-(oiMl-!ic f the P. C. Adertier.) .Mnalry llopkin on lltiwnfina Civilisation. R-n.Ur therefore to a-'I th-:r du s." AVe have an oM fiahioneJ Mca, tht the all wi-e Creator inteoJel thla worU of ours shouM be large enough for all his creatures, anl that he a lapte-1 it to the highest derelopraeut of every individual. lie did not create necessity that one nation must exter minate another in order to live, nor that man must trample djwa bu fellow to make a highwaj for bis cm elevation. Human depravity only could do this. We hate jut ItiJ down a book, written by Mr. Manly Hopkins, of In Ion. treating of the Sindwich Itland-t. With the author's compilations from authen tic histories, of their early di.-coTery, traditions, idol atrous customs and manners, we have no great fault to find. We will preface our criticisms, however, by assur ing you, Mr. Editor, that ire are neither missionary Dor clergyman can boast of some good English bluod in our veins...

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. — 20 November 1862

I -ii. I. J . .. I -r. i.Asg"--' r-W-.. r'vr 'V.'.".".v."a .4 A ----- .- " vY1 ' I 4ft x ;-;:'- :." . v,; V turn, n n El im i.iniif:i u i:kki.v iiv IlK.Mt) M. Willi NKi. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, XOVKMUKIi 20. 1SG2. 5 SIX DOI.I.UIS I'KK ANM'M. J VOL. VII. No.il. VllUl.K.a39. v I I W' y t y y 7 A f .7 J it I J e i : u ii r, r i . THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The f "owin? be util'u! poern appeared origin i!!y in the la k'ptu dent, written upoa the a.r if", " Min jT'-ctb fjrth uhto Lii work aril to Li- labor, unt. I t!e evening : Th- r im i Calm- .-f wh-m it n- ;iri the t;di, Ar. 1 f iw-rs r.re --:.. at the ev-Mide, And birds in-., t nm. al i: the do-- f day, And air.:j !.. . jt wJ..-.' tu y ptm a .ray. Mot r ? ! ! .v-y. I. i- a h'AU-r r!.:irm Lie- f .(.f.-l c! in vei.ing'i r.b- ..f l.ahn ; Ai ! --y man i.i !-: -v-r I h-r l-.st, F -r Morion.' c.i'l.s t c i I but i;,-!.t t- r -it. C'.m'-s fr.tr; II--.nr-n. ari l i:i h'-r wiri4 lith J.r, A h ly fr.i.' ir.'jf? ilTvr th'i lr-.i-h...

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. — 20 November 1862

COIVTIVIEnciAI. Thk Cta- t -hip ,-,..,, Opt. l!.;r.!.:t. &uivl on Friday inl, 1 17 .1 li f.i J . V she a .-ut .ia; g fr.m that port to S-.c-:. Lai.?, an I r i-ty ; v---k(,;r t:.- . fi-iu j-. i t wh- n.a i- a rl-ti ' f rly '! to 11 tc : Her cargo it I .: v !:- h ar" d t '. .rr-.-iT d.-patch, nr. 1 in I : u tiful t-r.l-r. P. i t- i thu -h ha ai.t h.fl a high r-p-i'iitioa ir this r-p--c?, a...! il laaii.t.tin it. s!.e I..i- be-ii Ii.d u f-.r !;-: n .1 r- :, hav.ig fcltn'.st at. -t.tir- car- already l ..-. i,n i..ir i. si..; wui pr..t..it :y i.e A l.ir r..ii:.i-' r .f li !!-- l.ave e:it-r! ;:.: our l.i-t f ; Tt j mo: f in mi'.h :. .,r.,-. 1 !.- .r r- : : ..1 1- f..;j.vl tI.i. hfo; i r -..-:.t rif.r -- ..r- t arrive. -ut .u: Hi' l.fi. . t!il- f.i'.l. t r.t..jii i.f t.'i-- ni'-r. ., til-.- z !, ai. 1 .n .i-n. if ur r- r frmi ti.-rtli .;,- w.-i. t. u-.-t-T-tau 1 u.--rt .f 0.- sii.'.iruiar j ri in t.V? Tal'ir i t i: t-ir Atiti.ci.; MUil.;, wl.i. fi has ain--.i tt.r tj.'t ari.a.'i v i. i...

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. — 20 November 1862

V-ryo ye..y. THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Crniir l llf Murnin; Mnr." We !:-it: re:eve. fr. rn Ci-,?. (k:, t'.-.- f i:Trtt r r rt .,fh". cru;-: t-j M ': r.e-;i. I he .T r-. S'.ir !ft IIoi.-..i''i t . !l'-r '-I'-i tr-I to M:jr,.r.-.i JufiC 10t!i. lr il'. Li tvln;? ori h.,ar 1 s-i r i-c:jzT: Mr. "'ur- ar: 1 '.tw j c!.i! if n, M-.-j. Kr,a.U an! Ai:x.t w.:! th.vr w.w-i (mtive rr.:-e'lvii-tr.e...) Mr. J. p -ri-r (;: trpeuter) ar.-l f.ur nvivt-4 of I. .:.. J-.!jr - 1 ( M : tror.c-. i time) irriv.-J at Apiii'i?. hivir., i.-.-kl- ihf riuiu twelve ltv-, enr. r. 1 th; .'''' i'- it 3 I", M , an 1 w.ro- .: t y j:v. It. I'.n i:u ail Mr. .f. W. K-invi in their L-tt. Th-jr hi 1 Ioe.ke! 1 .t-. in 1 rr; ,'i-!y f.r u-, an 1 " !j ,;5 1 -f.rr-1," ;i 1 1 airt-t ru i let " t: he irt i:k." A vti-t-l wru .?;. tt. : .H-.rrii..jt; rh.cU w ni u( j.o-. I to l'i the .M. S. but it jpvl-J to bo a 1--3-icig .siiip. The .lis.ir ntfn en i w n keen, e-'itoi il !y to Mr-!. I'.itsU u), who w.i-i iti f'-e.?.'e h-'i...

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