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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 12 February 1857

IVIISCELLAIJEOUS. nilK SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SAL.E the balance of the canroea of the Am. shins JOHN G IE- PIN anl WASHINGTON ALLSTON lately arrived from Boston, consisting in part as follows : Dry Good Cases lYints, Fancy tlo., Jo Muslins, do Denims, do ticking, bales brown drilling, cases blue drilling, do rant stuff, bales blue print, cases Nankin pant cord, do cassimeres, do white cotton, do corset jeans, do sewing cotton blue and white, do hickory shirts, do suspenders, do seersucker coats, do linen thread, IJak-s lasting, do Eng. white linen drill, do Navy duck, Irish linen, bales stripes, do blanket, ca-ies umbrellas, Dales gunny bags, cases palm leaf hats, do orange cotton, woolen stockings, mixed do, Fancy shirts, carpet binding. Shoes, &. Cases men's goat brogan?, do women's leather buskin.-?, do native women's shoes, do men's patent brogans, do culf do, do fixed gaiters, do men's thick boots, do super calf boots, lligging leather, puiup do. Groceries, fit.. Cases pepie...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 12 February 1857

The Garden. Every firmer, every mechanic, in short, every individual of whatever standing or pro fession , should have a garden. There are few who are so circumstanced- as not to be able to procure land for this purpose. If a farmer, owning your hun dred or two hundred acres of land, you can of course devote as much of your premises to the cultivation of vegetables, fruits and llowers, as your preferences may suggest, or you can have your front garden, your flower garden, your garden for the cultivation of the more substantial productions ; and you can have each so arranged and managed as to subserve the purposes of both ornament and use. There is nothing derogatory in this business, even to the loftiest intellect. Let those who cavil at this asser tion, and look upon gardening as a plcbian vocation, look at Domitian pointing cxultingly to the cabbage ; nature propagates the wheat plant, and that Ave may he had cultivated, at the immortal Cincinnati, ( do well to imitate her proceed...

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. — 19 February 1857

i; V J I ;; i'- Mi . d ',1 it M ti i . x b: ;r i; m AHA i i nil r 1 III" 31. WHITNEY. TH2 PACIPIC Coiimicrcial Advertiser, TSic Sabbath. BY IB EDVVAUO BtLWEIt LYTTOX. irCiii glides the brook and blows the gal,:, t yoivlvr halts the mill ; X!- whirling wht-cl, the rushing sail, 1I:,- motionless and still! t;x .lays of t il, i or child of Cain, Thy strength the slave of "Want may be, The seventh thy limbs escape the chain And God hat!i i:lile thee free- Ah. tender in the law that gave This h-'Iy respite to the breast ; Tj i.mitlie the gale, to watch the wave ; And "U"'" thy wheel may rest ! IV.it where the waves the gentlest glide, Whi.t iiaage charms to lift thine eyes ? The sj'irv r -IlecteJ on the tide I'.ivit.s th'-e to the skies. T teach the soul its nobler worth, This r st from mortal toil is given ; G ; snatch the brief reprieve from earth, And pass a guest to Heaven. They tell thee, in their dreaming school, of p'vcr from old dominion hurled, fh.-n rich and poor, with juster 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. — 19 February 1857

cor.'iriiERciiiZi. THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1S57. We hare very Utile change to report In the aspect cf trade tola week 5 the retailers ccmplals of estrone dullness, and Indeed the town seems unusually quiet for this season cf the year. A Email jobbing business Las been transacted and there has 1 r.T.i JUIC ii.ilC V(lJlr gV-JaS i Twill 11- U'.ll-I I exceptiou cf a few articles, such a3 breod stuffs and grain, the ixcan aftMA ltU 11 . r .v , . . t 1 , 1, TIfV t;& market is well supplied with staples. Tt auet xu market. Furchaaed by Dr. Geo. A. LaiLr.-p. The hull of the bark Delta, which had been well tripped, wa.3 sold at auction for -500 considrd a liberal n0-ure. She is to be broken up. American brig Prince de Joint Hit was sold at auction yesterday f r $G0O. Sue will probably be fitted up for an island trader. We h-e a few quotations this week. OIL Casks of humpback sold at 42c (a) 50c for dark, and 5oc (3 C9c for light; polar SSc (a) TOc. COFFEE No change ; lc askexl for ch ice Kona...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 19 February 1857

Foreign Summary. A Si-bmamxe Vessel Descent of 1G0 Persons. On Thursday of last week some three hundred of the lending scientific men of the United States, together w;th several Members and Senators in Congress, and officers of the army and navy, started in a steamboat from this cityto witness experiments with the vessel called the Nautilus, designed and constructed for gubmarine explorations. This machine was brought to the notice of the public some two years ago, by M.ijor Sears, the inventor, but was not perfected un til recently. The invited guests found the vessel sta tioned near Glen Cove, Long Island Sound, about 20 miles from this city. From the notes of a reporter present we extract the following account of the expe riments : In mid stream off Glen Cove, we found a large schooner lying at anchor, with steam engine on deck, and on mooring near her we learnt this apparatus was xiscd for forcing compressed air into the receiver which supplies the Nautilus. At a few yards from ...

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. — 19 February 1857

f n ' ' t' '" f.' : d ti-- 5 I - ; f i I 4 I Hi P ih 'AW ill i if. ;: - 'i ! ; 1 ; it 'J UN ; is i ill? m V t r:i. True Benevolence; or, it is better to give than to receive. " And you strip yourself of comfort for the sake of adding to this rich merchant's gains ?" The widow replied with a flushed cheek : "It may seem a light thing to you, but the thought that I am slowly and surely wiping every stain from my hus band's honor i3 my greatest earthly comfort. Mr. Morso is hi3 last creditor, and, God willing, every cent shall be paid." Her coarser relative responded with an emphatio ' fiddle-stick," and angrily left her presence. "At last I have it,'" said a silver voice, ami aj swpoh fw l.-i.i ond hrPHant. biicrhtened up the I erloom. Onlv see mother ! ten dollars ; all my own ; ten i more make twenty ; so we shall have a nice little sum for Mr. .Morse." . Tears trembled on her mother's lashes and glittered on her pale cheek. " It is to be the price of thy life, you, and said God ble...

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. — 26 February 1857

-k$p ,.,,'u. -J? , ..j. . . - v-tis$ ' . ? . I &.l AmAwi kXxC Mf i I- If r if' i ,iitv m. aviiitvhv. e TJnt AT TTr tt tt- i -tt . . , . ; UIJSIIKD AVEEKLY BY ) jtKY 31. WHITXEY. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUARY '2(3, 1S57. SIX DOLLARS PER AWUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 35. far The Mother's First Gift. ,re is no bereaved mother who can read the ensuing lines tears, both of sorrow and of hope. They are by Mr -. ?. Chilton, of Washington, and reflect honor upon hiS :md his poetical "gift divine." Dempster has married m-nio&i loucmng music, and sings them with all his u;td feeling and effect : She sits beside the cradle, And her tears are streaming fast, For she sees the present only, While she thinks of all the past ; Of the days so full of pladness, When lier first born's answering kisa Filled her soul with such a rapture Th:it it knew no other bliss. Oh ! those happy, happy moments ! They but deepen her despair, For she bends above the cradle, A...

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. — 26 February 1857

. . ..THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1S5T. Sixes our last issue we have had the arrival of the bk. Yankee, with a fall freieht of merchandise from San Irancteeo. tTL sea. Reporter, with a cargo of sweet potatoes, haa been the departure for foreign ports. f The spring fleet of whalers 13 now commencing to arrive, advices from the windward islands report four at Hiloj dad the! 1 LIT same number at Lahalca- Being mo3tly vessels Just out from home, they require but little else than supplies of frsh vegeta bles. Tke recent forced auction sales of real estate, both here and at Lahaina, have brought considerable land Into market. Five years ago it was next to impossible to procure a lot of land, except on a short term of lease. Both land and rents have been held for years at a fictitious valuation, and the transfer of real estate, at low figures, into other hands, must have a beneficial effect on business generally. Natives who have heretofore had exhorbitant notions of the value of their taro-patches...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 26 February 1857

-fofrr wfcuniHi.fr fcf';riin-n.rinfr'i i"ji-TiT" tti iH-rrr fiW:rt--rtr rift iif(nfc-'" j .Mr ;: I: - it to;" in: ;of. ew: ill les sr re a :ho for ia-' ale Vur toi lift tea'; ip A ea; c, he; rs, a3 aff as a- sit' ih r ' t- ! A 0- . s.; it' e 1- ! :e le 33 st !3 r i' n .0 r s; i f 1 i. , i 1 "f of any one disobeying this .edict. Some of the R,rvaiiis juiu t4.nvo.ujf uycii arrested. On the 10th of November, the American forces ffere dnivrn into the war by having a boat belonging to the U. S- sloop-of-war Portsmouth, with the Ameri ca flag Hying, and containing Capt. Foote, of the P., .nJ tlnee other Americans, tired into several times, from one of the forts between Canton and Whampoa. 1'he Portsmouth and Levant were towed up to Wham poa (the San Jacinto drawing too much water to company them,) to punish the insult, when three ether forts that were m the neighborhood opened fire upt,n the vessels, which obliged our forces to capture the four forts, a feat they accomplished in three day...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 26 February 1857

Date and Tort of Arrirais. Vessels Name Captain. Honolulu, Nov 12 " -u 12 Ilaaolulti, Nor. 5, Honolulu, Nov 12 Lahaina, Oot. 20, Honolulu, Nov 12 Arrived at S. F. Laliaina, Nov. 4, Honolulu, Nov 10 Lahaina, Aug 29, Rilo, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Nov 14 Honolulu, Oct. 5, Lahaina, Oct. 24, Honolulu, July 9, Honolulu, Dec 13 Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Jan. iJO, Lahaina, Nov. 3, j i ) Honolulu, Nov 13 Lahaina, Nov 11, Lahaina, Nov. 12 lido, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Oct 11, Honolulu, Nov 13 At San Francisco. Lahaina, Nov. 1, Hilo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Feb 10 Lahaina, Nov. 12 Lahaina, Nov. 1, " " 1. Honolulu, Nov. 2, Honolulu, Oct 10, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Lahaina, Nov. 17 Honolulu, Nov 22 Honolulu, Oct. 3, Lahaina, Nov. 15 Honolulu Nov. 12 Honolulu, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Nov 20 Lahaina, Oct. 3, Honolulu, " 11, Lahaina, Nov. 14 Honolulu, Nov 16 Ililo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Nov. 2, Hilo, Sept. 8. Honolulu, Nov. 2, Lahaina, " 12 Honolulu, Nov. 1, Abram. Barker Adeline Gibbs Agate, brig Almira Alice ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 26 February 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. 0 II A XD l . - m, , -a. tr I v J)AL HI. a:1 , Mtfii.-m-- n'uiuu ui -ncfiiancou.s Jioki!, comiria- : 500U voium-'.-s, ;i i-urfc ui wmcn will to found in the fol- !iltt on .Shipping and Insurance, i,l...ttV Youuir Christian, 12mo. .- nlfii Instmctor (pajHT cover), ji's F:iMfS, (miniature voluim-), Africa and America, 12mo, cloth, 'lilK-tt's History of Napoleon, 2 vols. Allium'3 " of Europe (abridged, 1 vol.), ju-K-rhrooke a tale (2 vols; gilt), Allison's History of Europe, 3 vols., " 44 44 (2nd series, 4 vols.) " rrinciplcs of taste, Bailey's Algebra, AL-cbra, Doad's, Davies' Bourdou do, " Divics1 Elementary, Allan's Domestic Animals, Alphabet books for children, Albums, ladies' illustrated American Missionary Memorial, ' Biofrraphical Sketch Book, " Cruiser, (Little's), do Constitutions. .i it Education (Mansfield's) tarm Book (Allen's), do Poultry Yard, Florist's Guide, do First Class Book, 11 Institutions, do Poultry Book (paper cover), iguities, Pierre or the Amara...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 26 February 1857

il A fir if.: .t -: -Mi. J IT: " 4 - l- 5 t ! -.y . 1 t ;l Z ' - - :J 5 .' ? - IT' ' V r ft. -: ' J' j -r , -. i i 1 I 1 . t. 5 x I . I .:, f .- I - r f.! : ft 5 iS i . - 4 'am ; Of: u j : -: 1 t i 5 ; : I - - sir. I : a s i r .III 'if K- : t -i v1 i t 5 . it it i lis; It t i ; 1 i? 4 ,1 I : !- ! f - ' r.. f : - lis ill j j dUAamm Bridget's coclnes?, and evident preparation to meet the consequences of her disobedience, deprived him. However, he had the consolation of knowing that, on ' thb point at least, he had asserted his authority: He glanced at ' Mrs. Mellen. She vra3 working steadily, without any trace of emotion, seemingly quite unconscious of what was going on. ' Good-bye, ma'am," said Bridget. " Oh, good-bye, Bridget," she replied, looking up. with an air of unconcern. So you are going, are von ?" t houses LANDS. STORE AXD DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE, uia The Store and Dwelling Hou3e on King street, near the residence of Capt. Metk, now occupied by Achang. The let is 45 feet fr...

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. — 5 March 1857

-iaitlitir'i. i l. $n n 1:1 If 49 1-1 VI t t i f Mr" i "5 4 !S1 lit! . ) i 1 " V ' If lit? k AAA A tf 1 11 l I 9 l I! f: f III t 1 1 a ti fi si n iii in il PJ 5 1 II V ld- i si' :il nd H 14 :! U ti .ot :a - i f 4 s " f 5 S fBjJSIIED WEEKLY BY; THE PACIFIC (Immcrcial Advertiser. 1 understand that the joung people of Honolulu paring a flig, with appropriate designs to be d to Capt. Mocrc of the brig Morning Star, arrival from Boston. She is expected here in ix -weeks. The following hymns have been pre- for that occasion. The first is selected, the'last i 1 1 r T TV o . -. Tjiiwiposuu uv xirs. o . u. crrong : i "The Mornins Star." Btar of the morn, -whose placid ray Beam'd mildly o'er,yon sacred hill, ' While wliisp'ring zephyrs seemed to say, As silence slept and earth was still, Hail,' harbinger of gospel light ! - Dispel the shades of Nature's night ! I saw thee rise on Salem's towers, I saw thee shine on gospel lands, Xnd Gabriel summon'd all his powers, Irid waked to extacy his.ba...

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. — 5 March 1857

V v. . a corsrBRciAi.. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1857. Since our last, trade has assumed a more lively aspect, owing to the arrival of a few ships here and at Lahaina, the first of the Spring fleet' Retailers have shewn some disposition to buy, but are unwilling to concede remunerative prices.' Three or four merchant vessels are due from the United States and Europe, and their cargoes will amply supply the market. Perhaps the present state of trade and -the prospect ahead hardly warrant importations to such an extent There have been no arrivals or departures of merchant vessels ht nnqfc vepek. The bark Yankee, to sail for San Francisco on the 9th, will take a full freight of coffee, molasses, sugar, c. The hull of the ship Montpelier, stripped to her lower masts, was soldj yesterday, at auciicn, for $1,050. The rigging aud Btores were sold separately. EXCHANGE. Whalers' billspn the United States arc dull. A fewhave been offered at par. FLOUR. Small sales from second hands at $1S bbl. About...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 5 March 1857

25 cf. 1 h 1 I if 3 i CM le Archduke Ferdinand, Lord High Admiral, fo dg- ite two ot its most eminent savans, lurnislied with W-Jle necessary instruments, who are to accompany the pciuiiun. At st-i.vjui,. nuuui mc Deginnin of fiisycar. The Paris Monileur officially announces that the ,., ... VI ; i. . , ongris vi x.iiia uum lmmeuiateiy reassemble, ith the same Plenipotentiaries as before. Russia Qd England had respectively declared that they ould abide by the decision of the majority France nj Trussia arc in favor of Russia. England and y Austria lean to Turkey. Sardinia passes between J1 ath but is supposed to be influenced by Palnierston. ruyj'tfois Napoleon's coronation will take place in May I j f ext. The Pope is expected to officiate. Flomlnce Nigiitixgale. One of the mostbeauti- d specimens of art, is a larjre line encrravincr. from design ny J. li. Y andesforde, representing Florence ightingale at Scutari, which is in course of prepara- m Itr i.lW IMP'S nritrtft tho enhow ,n...

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. — 5 March 1857

Cije Jtetlj unfit Walemni's gffeiggbgjtjgt; i u, i....xiuiM-.,rJqt r-nn-T ,n n n i g 1 -JT A'mnt Seasons I TLE3iAIUE3 """"""1 Arrivals. i i i a i i i i i b i i i.-y " i ' i j ( i t- i i I I 1 I 1 M I I '-I' f ff III - - - - . 111 Honolulu, Nor 12 : Abram. Barker 44 M 12 -Adeline Gibbs Honolulu, Nov. 5, ! A gate, brig Almira Honolulu, Nov 12 ' Alice MandeU Alfred Gibba Albion Alice, bk. Alabama A. Frazier, bk. American Antelope Ansel Gibbs 1 iriih , j Arab, bk. j Arnold Atkins Adarr.3 Atlantic j Awashonks Alexander Alex. Cofaa Lahaina, Oct. 20, Honolulu, Nov 12 Arrived at S. F. Lahaina, Nov. 4, Honolulu, Nov 10 Lahaina, Aug 29, llilo, 2ov. 1, Honolulu, Nov 14 IIouolulu, Oct. 5, Lahaina, Oct. 24, Honolulu, July 9, Honolulu, Dec 13 Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Jan. SO, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Honolulu, Nov 18 Lahaina, Nov 11, Lahaina, Nov. 12 Uilo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Oct 11, Honolulu, Nov 13 " 13 At San Francisco. Lahaina, Nov. 1, Hilo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Feb 10 Lahaina, Nov. 12 Lahaina, No 1, ...

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

f - l MISCELLANEOUS. IIBXRY Iff. "WIIITIVEY. fS OX II AND, AND FOR SALE, 1 1 an extensive collection of Miscellaneous Books, conipris ?:$ut 5000 volumes, a part of which will be fouud in the fol catalogue : I f.U'bott on Shipping1 and Insurance, ? I Abbott's Young Christian, 12iuo. j ,Aecorileon Instructor (paper cover), I I .loop's Fables, (miniature volume), 1 Africa ami America, 12ino, cloth, i ;f Abbott's History of Napoleon, 2 vols. Allison's " of Europe (abridged, 1 Vol.;, AMerbrooke a tale (2 vols, gilt), Allisou's History of Kurope, 3 vol3., " " " (2nd series, 4 vols.) u Principles of taste, IJaily's Algebra, Algebra, Dodd's, Iavies' Bourdon do, .i rk-..:..i v j 4 j'ait- xjuriiwiuurjr, j Alien s uomestic Animals, Aiimaoet rxoX3 ror children, 1 Albums, ladies' illustrated American Missionary Memorial, . 1 " liiofrraphical Sketch Book, , " Cruiser, (Little's), do Constitutions, I i4 Education (Mansfield's) " Farm Book (Allen's), do Poultry Yard, J 44 Florist's Guide, do First ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 5 March 1857

found some entertaining book to read. I wondered if she vrould scold me. She never hid scolded me, though she came very near it when she discovered the Troubadour business. I am very much afraid of a scolding. When I was a boy, every one scolded me except my grand-mother, and she used to whip me. I was always thankful to her for pursuing this course. I hold her in great esteem for it to this day. It is very tiresome listening to a " good scold" she is apt to be so lengthy. I fervently trusted that Mr3. Gray would not, on this occasion, be disposed to scold. It did not seem to me wet, hungry, and wearied, a3 I was that I could stand it. " No," I said to myself; ' if Mrs. G." shows any svmtoms of scoldins when I enter the house, I'll not listen to her, but go straight way to the barn, where 111 pass the night in the hay. This will, probably, cause Mrs. G. to feel badly, and she will, moreover, feel sorry for me ; and in the morning, when I enter the house, with my hair full of hayseed...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 12 March 1857

if 1 i k i f jCJillllttlllJ- OS 'J ? 1 i I 0. yi Si -tf S. r .1 I I I: J f 1 I PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ? HEXUV 31. AVJIiTXBV. 3 T2E2 PjfLGIPIO Commercial Advertiser, Tlie Bachelor. A bachelor sat at hi3 blazing grate, And he fell into a snooze; And lie dreamed that o'er Lis wrinkled pate, Had been thrown the nuptial noose. A rosy boy came to his side, And bounded on his knee; And back from his learning face he .hook - Fair curls in childish flee. - Then clear rang out his merry voice; He shouted aloud " Papa, I don't love anybody else But you and my dear nian:mat" Oh ! the bachelor's heart o'crran with Joy, So long by love unlit; And from its unseen depths poured out Affection infinite. Outstretching arms of strength unshorn, He hugged his old torn cat, "Which, as 'twas wont when master snoozed, Had leaped into his lap. VARIETY. Keep your temper in disputes. The cool hammer fashion3 the red-hot iron into any shape needed. It is not well to be much displeased with harmless delusions that...

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. — 12 March 1857

COIVIIVIUIlCIilL. THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1S57. if fjiR business has been transacted the past week, though at prices unusually low for this season of the year. Island pro duce has gone off briskly, several parcels of cofioe, sugar, &c finding purchasers as soon as landed on the wharf. The Yankee, for San Franci-co, will take over a larger frclgl rtian &t anv time fir manv months ; indeed she will leave 'large quantity behind, which- sle was obliged to refuse for want of room. . . The Lucku Star, from San Francisco, en route f..r Mel lime, arrived on Friday, and took a small freight of oil and j.ul u. Bclir. Liholiho came In on Saturday with 100 tons guano from Jervis" Island. The bark Fanny Major, with a full cargo of assorted mer cliandise from San Francisco, arrived on Tuesday evening ftfter a passage of 19 days. Her cargo consists of assorted goods The clipper ship Aspasia ha3 a full cargo engaged for New York direct, and wJ'l be ready for sea about the 2;th instant. Whale sh...

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