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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 13 August 1863

PAcinc Commercial Advertiser. An American's Itcsisons Tor Thanksgiving. BY REV. S. C. DAMON. A Dincaurr prrnrhnl in Fort Street Church, Honolulu. .Kitfuot Uth. 1SU.1, oil I In- or raaiou of .National T lin n Ua if iui n Ioinfd br Irridrnl Liucoln. PublishM t-y request of the Audience. xrr-. 1 Ivt in cvrne Ixforc His presence with -:itherxl this morning to unite our sonprs of praise ani hjtnns of thanksgiving, in concert with Urn millions of 1 13a! citizens of our beloved n.ttiV': LinJ, I ftA s-trori;Iy impelled to give uttcmnce Vt a fow thoughts suggested by the occi-jon. I ought j-erhari? to apologize fur thua predUFuing to address this audience, fur only a leT hours have elupsod since I received the re quest to mike the necesnary arrangements lor this meeting- 1 am confident I hall have vour indu!g-nce, and hence I shall proceed without additional introuuctiiCi or apology, to offer a few remarks upon the reasons for thanksgiving. Only twenty-two days have elapsed since the Preside...

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 August 1863

x: V II II At II v ITHLISIIRO WRKKLY IJV IIK.VKV 31. WUII.VKV. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 20, 1S(53. SIX DOLLARS VKtl A XXl'.M. J VOI-VIII. No. 8. VHOLK..ai8. r a mi TEE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, Tbr Spring of Life Im Paul. The following beautiful litir are from the Louis7i!le Journal: The spring of life l ht With it budding hopes and fears , And the tutamn time Is com In if W:th iu weight of weary year Our Joyouness U 'ading. Oar heart are dimmed with care. And, youth's freh dreams of gladness All p rl.h darkly there. White Miss m lofroln;r nar us In the heart's full burt of spring, While many hopes cou'.d cheer as. Life seemed a gWious thins; Like the foam upon a river. When the breeze Roes rippling o'er, The hopes have fled forever, To come L us no more. 'Tis ad yet sweet to listen To the s f l wing's gentle swell, Ar.. think we hear the comic Our childhood knew so well: To gaze out n the even, And th? tmandleas fit-Ms of air. And feel again our oyhood's wish. To r...

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 August 1863

J COIYIIYIEIICIAL,. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20. 1S63. N' tunign arrival or cV-arara no business coc-fiTicijt!y nothing to quote. Mrrntiiitr Agrwcr lu Xtw Vork. TUi mrmctile xtrwj la a cnrlotity. It is a l-uainrsd usy reader have but I'.ttlc cor.ceptjoo of. It publishes book of reference. This contain the rvmrs of all the principal persons in trvir in ail the cities of the L'nited States ami Canada. Th char?- Ix these book i $ p;y, f 150, or J00 per annum. Euch sut"cnrirr pajs from one to fire hundred dollars every year fir Inf.-rmaiion. Some dry hoiuca ay as hi,h as $l,C0O pr annum. For this turn, the su:riers anr krpt p)ic. m rrf'TWt to atatnat erery trade in the Union. A los a J.-ath a chance tit pirtrH-rrtup future or any chan-, is C"Cirauiiica:r.l Vt ill- snbvribrr. Millions are saved to New YirJc m-rrr,ariU tvry year by tLis anry. Wore Anlmr and Lewis Tappan retired from lusin, it wat .-T charzrd upon them that tlw-y hat-d the South 1") cor-i;iiT. that it led Vt ir;jutice in their rep...

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 August 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, Foreign Selections, Trie North We of:en speak of 61 as oar jev of preparation. We have never ceaaetl to pre pare to improve oar pHns and orgtnizition to correct our erly mistakes to crow io fighting cpcity al knowlclfce of the art of war. The strife his bred its owu Generals men capable of haoJ lin Urge armies, and of exhausting the resources of attack and defense. We hare no Napoleon for such Geaerals are century plants. Old Europe, with her chronic wirs and huge armies cannot boast of a Genertl of a higher order of ability than Soult or Iesaix. Allowance roast be made, also, for the natural difficulties of the coantry. the lack of topo graphical knowledge, and the use of new artillery, requiring special study. Our infantry, cavalry and artillery will now, we think, stand the test of com parison with any in the world. The foreigner has ceased to sneer at our " skirmishes," and begun to prote-t against the terribly destructive character of the batt...

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. — 20 August 1863

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. EXTRACTS From tlic Inciter of Mr. Samuel Iff:i!ell, To the Loyal League of Utica, N. T. Iii as has Ien our generalship on many important occuMn, fc!ium-hillv a private interests have bwn consults at the "expense of the jublij wtlfare, much us we have unfortu Wu"ljr realized in our own case, the vari.d Uii--K:hir8 of which the history of other countries is lull and so instructive, yet, notwithstand ing:, our cause has hecn onward ; we have made jrresF; we have saved the Border States; the Qun-n of Rivera has been rescued froiu her rav ishers; we Lave given up nothing, in fehort, wherever we have planted the old Hag, and, by the recent confession of the Richmond Hxamin'.t , surveying the past and the future, there is noth ing at this moment practically left of the Con federacy but a strip of impoverished country in seven b tales ! Our debt is scarcely any larger than that of ;er than that of ave a profitable larkets as before, ati . r.,l tK ..1 the KeoeJ...

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. — 27 August 1863

T"5 n if- . It -My a 1 1 1 , 11 hi ai ii i w u f v ft .1 1 IL'KI,1SIIKI WKKKI.V IJV II K. K V M W II I r U V. THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. A SldirrM Lettr. IeR Madam. I'm a aol lier. and my setch is rough and plain, I'm not much used to writ ng. and I hatir to gve you pain, But I promised that IM do it he thou: it it tnigh: he go lf it came frora one who loved him, perhaps 'twould ease the Wow By this time you must surely guess the tiuth I f:,in would hide, And you'll pard-m a roueh soldier's wor.l, while I tell you how he died. Twis the night before the battle, and in ur crowded tent More than one brave boy was sobbing, and many a knee was henf, for we knew not when the morrow with its bloody work was done. How many that were seat ed there, should we its setting sun. Tim not so much for self they eared, as for the loved at home. And it's always worse to think of, than to heur the cannon hoofn. T was then we left the crowded tent, year soldier boy and I, And we both braihed fr...

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. — 27 August 1863

COXv?ZYXI2IlCI.AX.. THURSDAY, AUUV&T 27. 1560. A meeting of merchants', and other intetrsiral In imp.ria tiooa from the United rat", was held on Saturcay last, at Ihf call of a. Cotnciittee appoint-d at a previous nxt-ting, to reo, u-t an Interview with His Royal UagLrms the acti-ir Minister of Fisancr, fur th pqrjxxN? cf prerctirn a comnrin'caMon with reference to th ta-ion by the xoverntnect, -f 10 I"r cnt. datte oa tt nominal value rt Invoices from the Eastern Ucited tate. lavoirtM fn Ihe rPr currency of that country. We rnl.-r.inil tht Crtrai'.t-e njvirtod that II. U. 11. ws ir.iMe to receive thcta. but had received the c-ommunication of the tnTchaiits, anl hi reply was read to the roertinir. This rply was deerned uof.rorahle tt the iutcretts rT reacted at tb- m-ttin?, aril therefre the netting Toted ti .'ay the corres pondence, witti a statement of the camr, bef. re tht United Slate MinltT Resident, al appointed a Committn tc call upon the Minister, ar.d ruest his Int-rcesi...

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. — 27 August 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. i i Foreign Selections. The E.t Isdi Tbade. Five hundred nd ten Anric-o ship-. nl -ne hun-Jrv-J and tirty-foar Autrricut btrjue. are eriiploje-l ,n the Ewt India tri-ie. not including Ctlifurnia on .Au.tr:ili t hips. ()t eh e ohitr IJ-.-ton nui two hind re J nod furtj fjur, rr nearljr cue-half. ? Pkize lkj is Ntw Tobk. We ctlled attention ror time ine. to the enom.i.ui li-pitritj bet ween the exr-ew-ea in prite cues in New :V.rk and Boston. It Mre'if. Lj recent ioe-tig nions ira-Je in the former citj. the pirties interested in the proceed of the prize he been gro-wlj swindled. The government and the capiom have been cheated by the officials with an au i tcity rerfectly amaiiijg. The invesfig. lion discl.s Unit the t-fSjinls have dpoited in the Treasury what they n fir, and absorbed the balance; mat in one ce $2o,y0 worth of the eirgo of a captured ves-el was not accounted for; and in some instances, the expenses exceetled the entire value of the ca...

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. — 27 August 1863

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, fjifcrary rYofice. Seventeen Years in Polynesia MN.Htiarj LifV, TruTrla and Ileseurche in the Inda of the I'ui-ific I'y the Ilev. Grorye Tutn.fr, of the London Mirvi-jnarj Society. Iiitl.jii : John Sn w, Iitrnoster Uovr. " 15V. Thi English Mii'narie. under th- patronage of the London MisM-mary Society, have rul 1 IishoJ everl mft interesting and instructive book relating to the I-Iand of the Sjuth The earliest in the scries wa a narra tive of the voyage of the Duff. This was the name of the TtSatI taking the first Missiona ri'n tu Tahiti, near the elate of the Iat century. The next work was the Polynesian Researches, in 4 v.ds., hj the Rer. W. Ellis, who labored at Tahiti and Honolulu, hut who i now spending rigorous oM among the inhabitants of Madagascar. Sinwquently followed the fasci nating Toiuiue by William, entitled Missionary Enterprises. Respecting this work, the Arch bishop of Canterbury reinaikr-d, that he knew not whether he would not willin...

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. — 3 September 1863

c c V C I'UULIMIED WEKKI.V ItV HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 3. 1S63. 5 SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIII. N. IU. WHOLE N. 3SO. r ----- -: i r vS&. yWA-lif VLUUUl: I 5 r THC PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Tbr Old !!irtraL; BT AL1CC CaT. When Srv the skies grow warm nd fight, Aod fash with gold the hours, Ar.d to ,T pale, faint rolxra, the Spric I calling op the Cow ra i When children, with; un!! -red feet,- f'pfih with hwirt f glee Tu the straight ami even furmwa Where the yellow corn ma.it be ; What a beautiful embodiment Of case, devoid of pride, I the good old -fashioned homestead, V ith doors St ill ojeo widj. Cut when tli-r h-ppiet time U come, TJnt t- t!ir yr-At WUmf. Of ap;artU bright with li rvest gold, A nil nirwlovt full of f ; When Q UTi jf ye: uuriM:iietl corn, Ail ilMily yart-i'd sior-s, Kntiind the thrifty liuitaiwloiaa ff aiiile thrti. iig Soor 1I )W pleait. frjin the iliu atml dust Uf the thvru,'ii.are lixf, Sct'ius tiie il-iathtoiieil h mestead, itit tet-...

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. — 3 September 1863

COIVTIVrEIlCIAIj. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1SJ3. Th; put w;ck ha hern a very buy one on the wharves. The d iff -rent foreign arrivals discharging fc-xxl of every de scription. The Bremen s!.ip Ele arrived ou the 27-.h ul!., in 132 dsys from Bremeo. The Kniia stJtd achooiu.T DomitHa strive,! on Hi-; 2?th ulf.f ia lil djs from Holyhead. The Cemrt arrived on the 30;h alt., in 1G J-jsfrocihu Francis . The 1'aitXce hd not anived np to the sailing of the Comet, though 17 days hnc. We hear of to sale mutable. The. lomitita'f ccrso will h offtred at auction on Thur dny aal Friday, September 10th aud yth. Skip. Mnil. For t.mil::x per Kmrna Kooke, this day. 'or Hilo per Srttie Merrill. tfAi day. For S Fsiiso per Ci-mct, atout Septetuhet ?. pout or nouoi.uz.Tj. is., i. ARRIVALS. A i jr. 7 rntc'R ship Fd -na. L'rnr.er, 132 dys frc a Bremen. :th iO'lc tol HacfeH A: Co. Ul Ah-a-t, fici port on Kacsi, witii 9 c!f wooJ, 1 Z)Zf.tih iterl chrrr rotniln, Griffiths, 131 Iy frm tJn-rrool. (lit dy frna II ...

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. — 3 September 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. NOTKS OF Tilt WEEK. It.lr Da. Asdersos. In the S. F. Bulletin, weekly, of the 8th Aagu9t. is an outline of ho ad dre deltvereJ by the Rev. Dr. A. at the Re. Dr Lcj church, bis subject being th Protestant Mis sion at the Sandwich Islands. A large audience lln tece' with great interest and attcutiou to a very interesting description of his visit aud what he saw and learned while bere. The Rev. E. 0. Deckwith fallowed with some remirk-i. and the benediction was pronounced by the Rev. A. Thurston On the U'ed nesliy evening following, he deiivetel an address at the Rev. T. Starr King's Church He left San Fran cisco oo the ateanier of the 13th July, for the East. Nrw Postage Law. By the Comet, the Postmaster-General receied copy of tb? new American Postal Liw. which went into cfiect tn the 1st of July last, reducing the postage on letter mailed from the Pcific coa-t to any part of the United States, from ten as formerly, to three cents, so that the th ro...

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. — 3 September 1863

PACIFIC Com m c rc ia I Ad ve r t ise r. Triumph oi' American Skill. The hostility of the Uritih Govcrnmer t t the development of domestic manufactures in the A'tiene-An Colonic, while they wre yet British prvinc. was manifested emphatically enough in the declared intention that nt much as a wro ight nail nhould he made in America." The world has iuovn1 ince then. NotwirhManding nil tins wealth and power of the self-chiiniJ mis-tre-t of nations, the once feeble and dependent Colonic have Iv.-cume a mighty nation ; and the inou-iry o ConieirjneJ hi m Marna p "item row that Britain take leons from its triumphs. Colt's revolving five arms have long been an ad.pttd and much j.rizJ addition to English and Kuiian army vreajions. And without tup ping at intermedi-ite joints to g. from the less to tfe gresiter, the American Merrimac and Monitor In un d y' emihat destroyed the value practic ally of the pr-Kiuct of fifty years of European n.ival art. By the time "the pl.idding British Rjind 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. — 10 September 1863

or 1 n Ik VV VV W PL'IILISIIRI) U EKKf.Y IIV i IIENKV M. WIIIT.XKY. $ HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 10, 1S63. SIX DOLLAKS PER ANXL'M. VOU VI II. No. II. WHOLIc 3111. w r J. THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Ha PPT Old Age. I fn 1 that age has OTerta'en My strps on life's descending way, ft.it tinie ha left no lingering pain, ; 'o shadow of an evil day ; , And yn, my children, gather near To smooth and solace mjr decline. And I have bor that jour career 5 Will b aa tlest as mine. i Not alt exempt has been my sky from threatening ttorm and lowering clcud. luil sunbursts shed from source oo big'i Have ch'.twl my spirit when it bow-fl. Nut all without the ahard and thorn jj Has been my path from first In last Hut spring aiul flowers, of Mercy bor II e sotnd me a I passed. "j A n! now my mind, all clear and cool- As I serenely talk or muse j I tranquil as yoa glasy I1, Reflecting Autcmn's sunset hue. . Time has not dutl-d roy moral seie, N..r has It dimmed my mental sight ; No p...

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. — 10 September 1863

COMIVTEnCIAI,. THURSDAY, SLPTOIBER l. 1M3. S'.'SC our last, the foreign arrival have len the American harkectise Comititution, vn the 4:h ir.t-, 22 day fr..m Teeka let, wl:h a cargo r.f Ina.Ur to Mer. II. HackMd Co., and the Brfr-ea bar' Gtorge t.vjtvrig. en the 7th Inst., 156 day from Brr.cen, i:b an s'rted car?o cf merchandise to Mfwi. tlotxh'.zr i;fz.l.crri. Th Center, h-- f..Ied np very rap idly with a carp; of Ii'iacJ producr. coni-'ir.r principally r.f PuM, Scg-ir, Plt V44 Paddy, and fcirw fo-."iy. ' A trie busini tnirli ihe pan week, principal!-- r-f fowl irnpo. c 1 ry the .7i.r. Vomitifa, Comtttution arl (. "met. roll to j bbr. The retail trad U very da'.l. ' Kor rcark-t rpvdat'oas, e five the following, vii. ;' Pdpt The cri from Jndd At Wilder, MoaJ:a"aa and i "'i'ilaad riantilDGi are a V-ul ail harvested. Th? J. A" W. ' planttt'on send their cr.p by the Elrr.a to G-nr-ny. Th !llr.-li.a plantation ta about SO tons. part cr whih I to go '; frarJ ly tb Comet And th Oillr.d pl...

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. — 10 September 1863

TH.H pacific Commercial Advertiser. JForcijrn Selections. rr- Vivid !- riplirr Iellrr fiottt S:imirl Wil kttouiur Iba- I- r l iiiira, IltADQtABTt-E-i Army or I'wtoiac. jJiturlj ,igur, July 4th Who can write the history of a Little whi, eyes are i i.tuovabljr i-wteueJ upn a central bgure of t rauccen Jiogl y absorbing interest the 'iei'l boiy of an olJest burn, cru9hel by a shell in a portion where battery bhould never have been f-eut, nn J ubanlunel to death in a LuiiJiug where surgem J-ireJ not to Btay ! The bittl-of Gettysburg ! I am to!I that it coro roeuceJ en the let of July, a tuile north of the town, between two weak brtgaies of infaotry aul some djoiuei artillery and the whole force of the rebel army. Amou? other cost of this errcr wis the death of Reynold. Its value wad pricel si, however, though priccle-s was the y.uog and the old biood with which it was bought. The error put ua on the defensive, and give ui tbe choice of position. From the mo ment that our artillery and i...

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. — 10 September 1863

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Women compared with Jlen Some kind rpirit, hailing from the pi city of br.therly love, recently, in a lengthy articK. plead the cause most ally f the gentler fcx. kle Bays : ilen haTC talent, hut women have tact; uien accunjIih much with great, exertion, but women more tl:o world ly unseen influence, and by work which neither shows nor exhansts. It is admitttd that women are better judge of character than men ; and this I conceive i part ly owing to the fact that in their instinctive judgment thw question of morality h;is greater citndue nce on the judgment than with mn. A woman cannot give you reasons for her decisions, but it is generally correct ; a man will overwhelm you with reasons in favor of an error ecu? con clusion. Women have, all, many of the promi nent traits and qualities which make up what wc call genius in men ; the great poeta, the gre-.it arti-ts, even the great conquerors, had all thrt woman's side of their nature strongly devel oped...

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. — 17 September 1863

ftfitn m : ;.::.-. . : bmm . Pl'HLISIIED IVKKKI.V I: IIKNKY M WIIITNEI. THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. Three Little Forma from Henrrn. Three pairs of dimpled arm as white as mor, Hot I me in toft embrace ; Three little ch ki, like velvet p-s:hes tcft, Were placet against mj face. Three tiny pairs of eyes, to clear, le-j.. Looked up In mine this er?n ; Three pairs of lips kissed me a wr?t 44 good n!ght," Three little forms from heaven ! Ah, 'tin well that " little ones" should lore at ; It Hit iit's xir fate when lmi. To know that once our pure Saviour hade them Bring little ones" to him Paid he not, of such Is heaven, an i blessed them, And held them fr hit breast! 1st not sweet t't know that when th-y lea re u, Tis there they go to rest Anl yet, ye tiny anirels of ur hou Thr-e hearti eric tsed In mi.ie ! How twotM be shattered, if the Lord should say, Thee anjf-Is are not thin V T. B. Alr:ch. V I RIRTV. I like your impu ?ce, as & prettj girl sail when her loftrr ki-J her. T...

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. — 17 September 1863

PORT Or HONOLULU. H.r I. ARRIVALS. Sept. 10 Sd Fellow, Jobnsnn. from j.ort. 01 1 Kaui, with 4 cd wond, 3 ti. nr. 1 all. 10 bvs pad (r, 100 ' bodls pa' a: 4 Cabin, 14 deck pa,. ' 10 Sch r A nra.!. from p.rTs .n Kauai, with tLT-ttoA. VZ Si-h Mie:l. frm Lahaina, 4 cabin. 0 deck p i-: IZ ach Kekaulaohi. Haley, from K.u and Kor'.wtth 80 hai- pulu, 1 d' (ClCtti, SO i-jr tirnt'i. i jO si.in. 23 bps coffee, 10 hide,, i pkz ho: v, 4J cocoauat. X orance. 2 cabin, :TJ deck -. i:-vh NttUe M-rri!!, Bush, from lldo. with 1 cof fee. 10 hfrs f-iogus, 11 bndU goat skin,, 1" cabin, 33 derk pars. 12 Am urn brie Mcrainjr Oetett, fmct a cruise 12 Srh K..1 im-i trm Rraalma arui IliK wi:h bals rulu. io) ki mipar. 300 rat aar, 60 If;- mUs . 19 hide.. I pan S:h Kamoi. Mi.-phT'l. fr-ra Lahstna and KJuIui. with 47 kjrs uar, 4, rl m-.l.e. C I ids"-. 50 jr bran, i ext.in. 12 dec pass- . J.J sl --.r Am.ie Lauri-, Marchaoi, fna winiwara 13-ffc.rThaha IV, CUrk. to MaKta. with ft br'J id I'JT k suitar. M ls taata; ...

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. — 17 September 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. XOTi:s OF 1HL WEEK. Tnr. T.iBK Taskee. By a private letter dtel Aojrut 24-h. 'f'n a fsenger to Sin Fracci-co in the lajAr. we extract the following : " We arrive! here lat right about mUnihf, neirly Ai'ry diyt from Honolulu. We were first driven j srn d N K. trule some four han-Ire-l mi'es irnt of Honolulu, an lap as fir Z.f. 42 -V. an 1 from tht point h-vl eucce-eion of head winl and cxtn", x erseverinfcly contrary as anything I ever wit nened. NotwithMnn ling the tedious t.aasage. every thin went ou well, and consileriosr the circum- stance it was a very pleasant one. We nailed over 40nO mihs on the psage lbc ,,ase "rC a new regulation regarding vessels from foreign ports The U S. revenue steamer SKubric'i is eta-ton-d just inside ot Fort Puint. and every vessel ntering the port oiu-t come up alongside and report when she is from. As we took no pilot, we did not koow of the regulation, and the Yankee was stand . ii,. fnu cutter about 1U 1. ith wi...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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