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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 17 September 1863

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, The IVnrsery. There ii no philosopher like throne in pina fore anJ nhirt sleeves, with a cake? in one hand and a tor in the other. He Iera you into the secret of the human htart a." m. other tencher can. He in wedded to no pirtieul.-ir B?ct, nor i his znicid warpd by pride or prejudice. He deals pertinaciously "with Erst i ii'Jiujc nu, and goes to the very bottom of every 'subject that he handle. But hi great merit iq that he it o honcnt and etraiJitl.irward in ail that he aj nnd dtt.8. that you run no more harbor a J.iuft of htm than ynu can of the homely of a ray of sunlight. And then hi- mode ofl teaching i-4 so original, impromptu and !liritoUr tfat he will "manage tt nnd a whole urmun jhonie to your heart brfre you know it. H-ji no politic, diplomatic. Talleyrand of a man.iitolnc. word to 'jnc-al lis meaning, but u veritably unmistakable christian gentleman, WJ( '5 tne' verJ Puu' c' honor, and whose word is at goo as hi- bond. He i ftrtlecs as a b...

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. — 24 September 1863

y if V V f .11 I J in -vti v ii ii ii ii ii n ii ii u u U V rV w ?5- uv ! THIr FACiriC Commercial Advertiser. lDa nnd ro-.M or row. To-day, a Usping child, with hIr sun-golden, Ami blue 'f roomit n.oridn io hia eyes, Anl cheeka aglow with kissea of new loving, Se-a old things nr, with ignorant anrpris ; T omorrow, and be kcowa the aongs they sing in I'arad:e. To-day, 8 youtli, in pride of early manhood, Wi'h liiiht of Itr-ttB h-pe upon hii brow. With easrer ejectation f the coming. And wiM impatience of the 1-dtering now ; To-morrow, he hath touched the ttirone at which all angel bow. To-day, she stand beside the bridal altar ; All joy aod pntnie round anut her shine ; AH truth ia in the he:trt of him ah- loveth. And her pure faith cihkea bright the flotrer-wrcathe.l shrin ; To-morrow, hark ! a fairer brHeffroom, maiden, mint be thine. To-lay, an oM man ling'-ra in liU adne4 ; Great frivU have diiriril dt-ep furrows In hin cheeks ; A cold prave with the lotig-airo departed. In tamme...

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. — 24 September 1863

cornivicnciiiii. THURSDAY, SPTEMBR 24. 153. Tl week has been marked by th Incidents nsual to the opening of th Fau Season, ao4 our merchants have d;custed with much animation th probable rata cf Fxcnange, rt of Freight, and other sahjects cf tttereat to the Wbalirf Fleet. Aoy profoe'-lcatiooe, however, though ever ao Icgtnlously taaje, will be verified or disproved probably ty the ceaa which we shall receive from the United States. The nsaal Consular notes were eut to the d' JTTnt mercantile hoasea, n-quest in the mcrrhai.t to -ate what In their opinion sheuti be the faj'.cj off prices for oil and bone for the sao, without allowance for leakage, shrinks or cr.enmisslot a. The SBerehas held a setiug on Monday, and united in a Joint ate t4 the Cons!. exprrstng their a to tbe rat at which rrews shoui be paid off. without reference to a-sy ehar f. We believe the raus they J-nned In recommending were Tor Artrtfe Polvofl ?f- - Arctic hn Or'i.JW sea boca. .......... Sperm oil The Consul, h...

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. — 24 September 1863

pAoirio Commercial Advertiser. '"Cpoodcc of the P. C. Advertiser. . Eorroai Yoar"jrnl has always been j co the aide of temperance and good morala. fc9Etofre.on proper occasions, it has been custom tTttoitat inia jour columns articles disapproving manufacture of and traffis in intoxicaticg sol a'"o ftt timei molest comnmiiioationa of .pite tenor, which iru all terj well in lang M tort of beb.loma.1aI pastime; but vow the tof things hae change! in the feullen forward Vt ' : nr nUntationa. and above all. ince 0OVIBC-""- , r ha- taroe-J. not bout out ""u- 0)0 Cot mo'.asM be put to some better as than Woring the w : ? Hate we a right to deitr-.j thua mht e bon Dlcu has given ua? I there not a taint of criminality about it ? Are we not Bi l or ralber "lluJiD with the l-est-,D,eo tfcned rp! iQ ,he worIi t0 d wron8:? DD,t kBC,we are in a qaindary : we hate trusted, like j0b to the ragar refinery, hoping that they might b:t'0po3.8ome proces to stay the prefect waste of BilvMes. It rumored th...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 24 September 1863

PAGiriO Commercial Advertiser. The Painlessness of Death. All who have thought upon the purject, know how nearly leisure und ain are allied to each other. It appear as it they were twu adjoining spheres or el'-ioeaw, and that you cannot over 8tep the domain if the one without entering the opposite Htate. It is this proximity of opposites that will explain many of thoe remarkable occur rence which are recorded in historic and bio graphies. Martjrs roasting at the fire, criminals under the rack, and soldiers mangled u-on the battlefield, have all shouted in et-etacy, and never were eo happy in their lives. George Fx relates in his journal how that, on a certain time, w hen he had been beaten in a mot horriMe manner and thrown int a etmkinz prison, he was so happy that he sit up in the dungeon and pang i for joy. Just tninK ol turn, fuuh.er singing when a brutal populace thought they had killed him ! and yet this is nothing more than what would have happened to any of us in fimilar cir...

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. — 1 October 1863

mm ! - a ft fl'HLISIIED WKBKI.I' BV IIL.VKV M. WHIT.NEY. I H ONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 1, 1SU3. 5 SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. X VOL. Vlll.Nw. 14. VIIULi:..3M. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. U.e Me. BT IR. BOX AH. Make use of me, my Cod ! Let me not he forgot ; A brokea veMel cart sid One whom Thou ne-dcst cot. 1 am Thy craturc, L rd. Anil made by hand divine ; A oil I am part, lowr- er roeso. Of thi great worM of Thine. Tboa usest all Thy wvrk The weake.t thing ,t be i Each ha serrice ofits own, For all thins wait in Thee. Tboa avit the high srt. The tiny dr ps of wt The gint peak and l.vtle bill i My God, oh, ue m too ! Thou nsett tw and rjr-wer, Thi rivers vast an Somali ; The -ag!e great, the J tie bird That tings upon th wll. Thou usest the wide t-a. The little bidden Uj, The pir.e up n the Al.j ne cliff. The lily in the bral ; The huge rock fa the ale. The saad grain by the tea, The thunder of the rolling cloud. The m aramr of the bee. All thing do serve Thee hre All cr...

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. — 1 October 1863

coivnyrxmciAi-. THCRSDAT, OCTOBER 1.14--- itf t Mifjy r..l 1'anier. we hare commnr! adrtcrS fr o San Frarc-sco to the 6ih of -p.etnber, bat ficd no mate t .. chacs ia the quotations of oar UUtnl staple. The heary ' i increasing importation of suar froco Calcutta, New Or is and Cuba, cocttnue s operate against car is and solars. the late-t dates, two beary cargoes of ia ar were on their ) way oat from C-ba which Lerutr-fore ha s-ct Terr little of th!s arUc! m 3 ia Francisco. E,t!i Cuba and New Oriac sas-ars ; art extremely popular wfth the retail trade, which tends to o- ' extra,-? their further lasportatia. Of fiaw-tiiaa rice we note a sale in San Frat;ei.-o cf 20.000 j IVs at 6 &: 6;c. wMch is an extreme fisrure. G-1 rice, how- j '-?r. i'-eU a rti.cn a; l a: C.e frvmllty or ;he rice sent j oltr d s r.r.t tarn tot Erst quality, and coutains many green ; and J ark kerntls, c.cartl by premature tarrts'.lng. Ilence j Kreat cii-a ty it experienced lo erecting sa-rs at tayin ra:es. O...

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. — 1 October 1863

pACinc; Commercial Advertiser. .NOTES OF THE V. BEK. MCRDKS ASD SCICIDE Of TH1; MfBDEBER Bj lb arril of be Annie Laurie t (n Sunday morn ing I. Iern th1 tne Septyiiber Term cf the Circuit Court, hel l at Waime. fluwi'u, and pre jiJuI oer t'j A-icite Justice Rioertaon. a native namel Kehen ws convicte-i jf" the wilful mur der of native woman who waiaid to hive Keen bis paramour, in the District of North Kon. He w senteoeeJ tv be execute! at Honolulu on the 6ih of November next, and wai ConfinI in the prison at Kih'te uotil an opportunity ahild occur to Bend him to thia place. lie wm put n irons, and all reason ible ctre tken bj the Dej;ity Sheritf of the larrict. ti present hi ecp or vjitai - iag means to en I his own existence. But on iii morning of the Jth ultimo, he ti found dead if. bis cell, hiving buns hinrwlf with a piece of Mmiji rope mode f-t to xte of the iron bar of his prion win j w. The reav.nable O.I onlv su;.psit:ri is. tht be obtained 7 he rope wi-h which be Committed...

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. — 1 October 1863

the PAcirio Commercial Advertiser! How .Matlrn Appear t Ilichmood. Ifmm ti- Rj-t.moo-l Enqa:r-t July 14:h J lb fciliy wi:b which the pecIe n J tbe prrs cf tie L'(i.el Stiff r- from tbe Cef pest dej-ponJencv to the highest pvint cf coufi lece, bus a?aio b-rn xeapliSeJ in tbe recent a -ccrsse! which tbeir .regies have n.et wnb. Ibe prea cf thi LoitrJ states now cwuSlent! aswrt tbe certain overthrow ni utter aooihiltttf n of the rebellion w thin tbe next eix month. Tbe '-!! cf Vickbur. tte retreat of i. tbe a-ioce ou Chr!-toD. aie the events upon wbich these extrvizot anticipations are bo confiJenily b.J. These are all serious U'sisters the most eriuu that have afrentfe-i car at an aloes the trgln n:o cf th W4r. Cut do tbej involve any irretriev able CiUn.ifj? The fIl cf V;ckilurg -pens the Mississippi to the army cf Grant 1.wq to Purt IfuJ--oa. It has teQ cp-D to hia gutiboits to that point fr many mouth?. It has been cpet froni Port Hul kd to its ruontb for more than K year. It had b...

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. — 8 October 1863

iff' - 1 -;V:V ,; ...... il-fi? J I w t II 11 mm PUBLISHED WKKKI.V HI' llt.NKV M WIHTNEV. i HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. OCTOBHR S, 1S(3 SIX DOLLARS PER AN'MM VOL.. VIII. .o. 15. WHOLE Ns. 386. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. IMPORTANT FROM JAPAN. Hostilities Commenced. Tbe French. NelherlomJ ar.tsd A inrrirnn MtH mt Wmr mi "Work--The X yotulnt" fan tin Cugnrmrul, rlc. Bj the arrival at San Fraori.-oo, Sept. 6. of the barque IVilhelmina Elite, from Kunagawa, J ipn. W hae lare3 to Ju'y iMth; giving full particular of the Nasal engagements with tbe JapaoeBe. Be Bile the American and French vfsstla noted below, a British or Netherlands war eesI. the .Medusa, sa also trig?4! in the fijiht. The Japanese paper ci'ls the .Miluia a Nethe.-Iaricl tbipt but it is be lieved to be Untish : Full Particulars. From the Extra to the Japan Commercial News of Ju'y 24. We ha bii turnieheJ the fl!ownz account cf the trip of the (J- S. eteamer Wyoming, by 11. S. lien son. Ekj , who was p.iBHanjter on ...

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. — 8 October 1863

COIYIIYIXIIICIJII,. THURSDAY, nCTOBER 8. Is the ahaopce of an tcal cmmerc al news, the f l lowing summary of vessels chartered at n r r-ioosco during August, will prove icterestinir. It was pre pan d by Mr. C. W. Brooke k. Co., W whom we are indebted f r It- The information contained la it U mon fail thao tht fo?3 la the ran Francisco paper : oas Faasersco, Antut 31, 1531. The f art f.rtnliiht ha not material! altered the amount of tonnage acekio employment. Fresh arrival r.ave rapidly re placed tho-e accepting tr.arra-an, arc I shipper d.-chne con ceding any advance, although firm at qa .ufconj. TeseU in port aeeki.-jr. employment are aici'-nt to take up mU charter cff.ring. which are aa follows: CamcAit Hamburg Fur gua-i-, 1, ship paying war r; on erh'o, and con minion. . Baker's Island to Liverpool Gat no, to account Am. Giwio Co., (Wrn. H. Webb security,) charterer, furn h 100 tons 1-T day , JfJ gterlinx, and 7 j comm. Nu expei.se at 11. Mexico tt Europe Vyc Wu.!, win rivil-ge o...

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. — 8 October 1863

TJiMTr'Vw,Vy'S tTTi"tVi PAOino Commercial Advertiser. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. Tue complexion of the European news brought by I-te arrivals, or rather the Franco-Mexican emOoMo, haa excited some fears lest peace between the United St-tes and France might be disturbed, an i the prmfecM of the rebels there by improved. Xothirg. however, had trans pired up to the latest tlite that could in any way b taken as htrenthnin thU view, that France .urp-wea making any interference in their behalf. Whatever may have b-en the leading motives of Napoleon, in opening the Mexican war, the '" powers that united with him in the treaty Kng!-n and Spain both withdrew from the war when they saw that the object for which thov h:id viined in the treaty, that of Compel- lin Mexico to piy her debts to their subjects, w;w t tivcotn secondary , and that the primary object wa to cntMish an Empire or Province. Had nt ti e United StitetJ been involved in domestic war, it could never have permitted France to have gon...

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. — 8 October 1863

H THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The Snake lu jhf Grai. o Car-. listen b!I to oe, my"'d Cease, lUtca u m for icil ! Let tht terrib.e dt'o For a m-aient b J.;tDl, Tor your uucic Is going tc. .ell W r.'l betel A youth who loved Uquof Joo w:. y .4 clever yoons bct ai he, ii lad. And with hrauly unc-ju.c nly blent ; t-fe with r.randy .i wine lit tgn to iln lie And behave tike prrsor. ', osMase-i ; , I p r. e.t, III Uaptnnu plan I t . Ur.. Oae evening, he went to a- ta .. my Ud lie went to a UFtm one J- l ; At, drinking to -.ich Kam, brandy an. I -fc h. Tie chap gul exceediuzljr t-Kht4 A:.as quits What yoor aunt would er J,.:ie a w frijfbt. Tie fellow Ml Into a iry.x-. nj lad T14 a hrriM tluinher b irkes ! lie trerals with AmI act rry que.-: My eye ! ho fc liiriil tht Wh he wkrs. And rare about t.orrtl j Vt snakta ! Tia a warning w y and me C tad ; A partiealr c-utiro t a Though no one rac w t The vpTa but he To bear the por lunate t . !. - Hor thy cnl All over the 2x-r and the wall ...

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. — 15 October 1863

CO ' 'iTm "TtTrl'l7i!rnrJ rri Ml I i. K 'V1 H 1--ii r. I t'lfLINIIED W KKKM 111 II KMC V M. WIMT.N'EV. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. OCTOBER 15. JS(i3 SIX DOI.UKS l'KIt ANNUM. VOL. VUI.N. lO. WHOLE 3 8C. A I I T: 1 rr7 rcA W U i i tl THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. From oar Extra of Saturday, Oct. 10. PHOM J&FAXT. r ily the arrival thi.s moaning of the dtidj., Colt-man, from Sha-ghae, wj have Liter a'lvicei from Japan. TL 1. 7. is bound to ll.jwl.inJ's Inland for guj-vo, and will sail in a f.wr tl.y9. In pawing Jar .'.t she went so near the chore that the Japan.-- forts fired at the vwaf.'l. We are indebted t Captain Uubcock for the fallowing news: The British floet and Adciiral had visited Ka g(irna to investigate the cause of the hostile demonstrations lately mad 2 there, and while there were attacked by tha Japanese. In re turn the licet opened on tnem, destroying the tit j of Kagobinia, with three Japanese war Eteamers and Beveral war junks. The loea in the British attack...

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. — 15 October 1863

r At CO IVIIYIEIl CIAL . THURSDAY) OCTOBER 15. 19G3. EltBAir.g ahd MostT. There seemg to be fc Rood deal of - t JDMtoMrjr mystiflcatioa alxAl Exchange. The fall ison it ; rapidly coming on, when more or ! money w.ll be required j for the ?hip arrivic!, ami find can only be obtained by s-l- j ling oil aol ban or by drafts drawn a n tKe Ka-Uern Atlantic :ities, payable ia nr-rmejr or in gold. Yew sl.ijrs will cure TO part with oH or lr", as th prim at home :. re very hij?h, nad likely lOTrtaaTe to 40 to $ 1 So f ,r Tin, Svc. whale, o-l $1 63 Hr bow-. If rarjfo cr-iru-t b LJ to defray the -flip's xn!"ri, Xheonly alt-frnaUT- it t draw till of rehang- on the owir. Ai Ooll f3 the only currency iu Honolulu, drafts ihoulJ 1" Jrawa payable only in gold By thU mean fur.d could gra erally o obtaitil hrte ai p-ir, that is dollar f r il .liar, aiut it the taoat equiuhle m.le for all corjrned own-w., captain, ("' l buyers of th exchange, luring the present stringency in ur money market, y rhap a ...

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. — 15 October 1863

pivciric Commercial Advertiser. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15. letter from S:m Fricico. rKOM otu ows counts ton. ..-.nt. vr luring 1., g ,gC3 I h tak"n this peculiar aril !mH Ila.-ian r y vf .luting iJ letter, aa Mcsars. C. W. Iir.ks & t o. inf. rncJ Die this morning, that it misfit ! three (,r f, ur ilija before this vessel got off, owing to the I'.fTi'-MiTty io jTocuring a crew. Sailors arc very f :arce here at present, an-1 as Hilly Birch of the Minstrels says, "How it this?" Well how is it? 1 rfi-eat. Bat it's so. This vessel carries princi pally Wheat an-1 Hour to China, anl about 200 tons ai.a(teJ roerchanlise to the Sanlwich Ulan-ls. Alvx aulre PhiUipptus, a Russian edeerof note.is pasen rr ly the Darin?. He goes to Shinshae to take charge or some responsible command f jr the Russian C ,vc rnment. Messrs. C. W. Brooks & Co. are loi-l-in? the clipper ehip Tanjure to follow the Daring. irue will have 100 to 150 tons of freight for Honolulu. Shipping and Market Report. ThU Lcing ...

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. — 15 October 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. From our Extra, tf Saturday, Oct. 1- Arrival of tlio CLIPPER ShiP INK!" 18 Days from San Francisco, WITH HAILS, EXPRESSES, &c. Two "WeeltK L.atei From tli AVar! Forts Wanner & Greg ;g GREAT BATTLE LUffllESEE ! 30,000 KILLED JMMVOLDED. The clipper ship Daring, Captain lienry, ar rival on Saturday morning, from San i'rancisco, bringing dates from that port to thei22i, and Eastern terrains to the 21st. X She brings about 200 tons mercha -!ise, and will ail for Hongkong early next week The ship Tanjvrt wa Iuading fur Honolulu vl China, bv C. VT. Brooks Jt Co., t'i fail Oct. She will bring our next mail. The bark George Washington arrival at San Francisco September 17, with coals froij', Sydney. Newcastle coab were selling at $10 per ton, and in demand. Capt. Stott will retuii in the Comet, which had not arrived over !"up to the sailing of the Dar ing. , The Eastern news in interesting. V- give the f..llowing abstract-: Z The tate election in Ma...

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. — 22 October 1863

A II HPT h p published weekly or t I1ENKY M. WJ11TAEY. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 22, 1S63. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIII. N. 17. WHOLE N.. 3S7. THE PACIPIC Commercial Advertiser. Va lis n a I I'enlrs and Prfiyrr. Bt Jake A. O. O'Cossob. Lord of the Univrrse rather of all, God of all nation O ! list to our call ; Lift to a People who Now to thee prsy, And who in chorus. Lord, Chant this ptlat.i-lay. Make Thou our Ptesent A bright a our Past, And bieas our Future, Lord, While Time shaK last. On baltelo-'ia ! Lord, Amen ! Amen '. Ood of the universe. Heavenly kin?, I.itt notr to million Who onto Thee s:ng. Industry, Genius, and Liberty Truth, Mighty Adrancemer t, and Permanent youth, And a great Destiny Father of Heaven, To our dear Union, Lrt these boon b'given ! U '. halMuIi f Lord. Amen ! Amu Fsther of Nations, ". With rch new out, INalms will we sing to Thee Million as on ! -Our Territory m Boundiest and gretf, Oh ! may the ties of Love, Bin! State to 5ut , And may 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. — 22 October 1863

COlVTIVTEIlCIilL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER Tss arrival Trorr tte Arciie coct.'nue to girt vry favoraMe rrpru, ail lh vessel Us excepting oc, fcarirj obtained valo blc carjof s. No sdvka have yet bco rereived from the Ocbotsic We hear of no arrivals at LaLaiaa or U.ln, up to Its latest daxea frois tfcos porta. The RaJgt arr.veJ oo Sunday, 15a dajs from Boston briefing a fun cargo of Merchandise aod stores for the "LaliLj fleet. Her arriTaJ hai gives rrrat satisfaction, tor the roxJ so brirg-s are ait much seeded, aod her txn arrival would have greatly inconvenienced our traders, planfcrs and whaler. r V i I I Our harbor ia Ein? up ar.d the wham begin to wear their crowded fall aspect. The detection of the Ki'autiia port i great.' complained of, aM is very ttr'vAij felt tow in the fcmi't season of the year, when caics prevail and speed it de sirable. Boss We Lear of a a of whalebone at p. a- -, but under starvl the price wa beiow the Consular rat. "Hiscr The trrlin; bill cf the war vessels l...

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. — 22 October 1863

PACinc Commercial Advertiser. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22. V New Uootc. tub UtaJW or tm Cwia Its origin, and an account of .w irojrres down to the Wtn of Lrwti Raelan. By Jtxa4er H'Uliim Kimylalt. Vol. 1. Sew York : Har per Bribers. 1363- Macaulay is dead, but his mantle ha fallen upon Kinglake. In the whole ranp? of English literature we fil to find such historical painters. M-icaulay'a Review, faja and History , have enuMihhed his fame ; the writingM of Kinglake are ublihing hi9. S;me twenty years ago, he published a work entitled Ebtht;n." It was extensively read and circulated on both Bides of the Atlantic, and a btray copy found its way iotcthis far-off part of the world. It waa a fascinating book, not indicating, however, that iw author p8?std any remarkable characteris tics which would erelong place hiaa among the historians of the age. It seems that during this long interval Kinglake has not b.:n idle, but nursing his powers or pluming his wings for a loftier flight. Tf.at flight h...

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