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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 22 October 1863

a.' THE PACIFIC Commercial i Advertiser. The Dawn )r Iteason. SrC.N.1 or RETCRXINC setJse and patriotism is THE S'JCTH. The Mobile Strs, sajv We have a multi tude of reports, horribly ktrimontal to the char acter cf the patri jtism $f the r-c-ople in many places in Alihaaia and laaeissippi ; wme of them too disgraceful to puMsh. A portion of our fopIe have gone stark nad. They are bastard j'lthernere, and recreant Confederates. vhich hx-inz interpreted, meand that the i?opIe. in many places ir Alabama and Mivis- BT'P'" are deserting the cause of secession ami rebellion, returning to thSir senses, and learning that patriotism means love of country not of a action or a party. Ani even more significant than thit i tli language o( the North Carolina pup-r, and the Richmond editors confirm the ":u-Ti'?nU bv their earnest and bitter denuncia tions of the "reviving patriotism of the Smth. The lialeigli Standard of a recent date copies an artlcli from the Raleigh Daily Progress, which -xpre...

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. — 29 October 1863

(IllTlll nPf far v v $ 4 f PURL.ISII KI WEKKI.T HV I JIEMIV M. WIIIT-VKt'. i ilOXOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. OCTOBER 29. 1SG3. t SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIII. 18. WHOLE JV. 3S TUB PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Paddle y.ur w Cauoeu' BT ASSIC . iwe. I'p this world, &nd down tl 1 world, And over this world and thr-jnh. Though drifted About, And tossed without. Why, paddie your own cnoe." What though the ky is heavy with cloud. Or shining a field of blue ; If the bleak winds blow. Or the sunshine i!oi, SUU paddle your own canoe." What if breakers rise up ahead. With dark wares rushing through, Move steadily by With steadfast eye, And "paddle your own canM;." If a hurricane rite in the midnight skies, And the stars are lost to vie. Glide safely along With a smile and a song. And " paddle your own cam,." Up this world and down tb: world, And over this world and tht'ougb. Though weary and worn, Bereft and forlorn, Still " pad die your own came." Xe.er give up when trial J ernie. Neve...

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. — 29 October 1863

r C O XVXXV? S R C I A I . THURSDAY, OCTOBER Z. 11- Thebtrk Emilft Satninj. which touched at this port on "-Bad ay tut. kfi aa a frw fan Francises paptn, ith dates from J epC 22 s OO. She a:Scl aain ou :the faBuwin, dy for Shanfhae. . Wr were very arreely irprijed by tie arrival oo the 27:h of the tark Comtt. wirb tle o-alls aad a full ear?o, bavin lett Cw stays afW the . The euuinercia? news by h-r show Yry liitJe varlauoo in lb' n.rWrH. Mi mt. MTvuer Merrill, uadf r dale ' October h, write: Market for island pc duce are unehanqid. Sugars best in fir demand, at 13c. t&llle ; dirk and tnyhiun, dull a: 7jc. ic Rice, duli at &jc & i :c. MoIsm. dull, 17e. 3 20c Far.f us, 13Jc. 5 14c. Dry Ldc, 13o. S;-i jc, dry s-lud do., 10c. tO JOjc. Salt, f 12 3 f 1 1 50. Coffe 5oc- MrtWt C. W. Erxik & Co under dat-Cf Oct. 10, advie: "' Sales cf II twaiiaa produce have Ifii fo'lowi; Pric 00 talcs ex. Corner, a: I51c.".t- one prominent da!r. J00 haj Ilaw.uian. 100 ft. -yi. it aa-fion, ...

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. — 29 October 1863

I pAciryo Commercial Advertiser. it TIIURSDA r, OCTOBER 29. IlraliiH iind uln-w Trulnlmc." On our fourth paga will tr found an admira ble Aticlc, which we wish &,' our renders, par ticularly our young people, ' uld peruse. It is as applicable to our own coiwnunitj and people aa V that of which it waa wr.tten. Bruina and talsnta are always in demand the world orer. But these qualities are rare, and are only acquired by the most persevering etudy and application. A youn mar4 of poor circum stance and of ery moderate natural abilities may by diligent study rise X, a position of trust and honor ;ar aWe another who enjoys much better advantage. It i knowledge that pro duces brains, and knowledge never comes by chance, but is the result of diligent labor. You can generally tell on a brief conversation whether a stranger is a 44 whk washed mummy" or an intelligent man. On whatever eubject the conversation may turn, lie it the manufacture of a pin or the overturning, of a Republic it wi...

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. — 29 October 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. From the Ne Yore Independent. Brains and Business Training. Nothine is so valuable on earth as man, and yet nothing is to common or ho aneap. . man ; of power, a rial man, with the ci-pacity of head j and brains to govern a nation, t command an ariav, to influence and sway the people, to move th 'vcorlduch a man is always the greatest marvel and wonder of every fwsing century. Amort;; business men talent m far more valuable than money. A man without capital, wlio has the capacity to achieve, to plan, ;ind to execute, a buaineH genius, is far more Valuable to the commercial world than a millionaire who lives only the center of subjective stupidity and idle- nesg. Never was real talent at such a premium nn at the present moment. Who could fix the value, in millions, or even in hundreds of mil lions, of a real, live Napoleon amorg our generals? We have had one an imitation who bore that name for a brief period, but his sfjining was like that of a ruih...

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. — 5 November 1863

(Mil ii r n i s II II ill II II 111 ITUMSIIKD IVEKKI.V IJV 1IE.MIV M. WHITNEY. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 5. 1S63. SIX DOLLARS PER aNNUM. VOL- VIII. N. lO. WIIOLK N.3 8B. rw i THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Voicm r the 8-. WHTTItS F0 THB CO. GIST . BT MRS. IAKAH 8. BOCWELL. Ah ! thoo hast many a changing tone. Thou restless, moaning Sea ; Tis the marrour of the rryriad throng Which hath lank to rcjt in thee. Somttimea thy voice steals to the heart Like a lover's wooing time, At if from the bower in thy crystal depths, Whispered some loving one. And then, like a shattered harpstring's not-, Swells out a mournful wail, As if the woe of a broken I.eart Were breathed on the passing gale. Sometimes there comes a piercing shriek. Kinging along the air. Like the voice of one who hath looked on death With agony and despair. And borne from the fairy coral groves. Where bright-haired children lay, Thou haat, at times, the joyous tone Of a happy chi Id at play. Rut when the win...

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 November 1863

I COLIIIEIIOIAL. TiCRiDJY, yOt eMBLR Sixes the departure cf car Ut mail packet, trc weet '.nc. wJoalera tar eun:e la frer'y, the Arctic Ci leia; new nearly ah in. The tukU frr-tn t!at ground hare all d.-ne very w'J, ajaay of tV-ai having filled up eTery ca;k a! tfctaintr of aoy description, aal so.xe cf them having actually LaJ to asM .... - -I 1 - . K .ndtnl so. V il n wit . 111- ...7-r disc of wia: a'J about i!..a. Such Ia; not oo met. . v- la orier to exkfV.t what haa been dene th. aon. w.-wm re- ctpiuM brieSy tie arrtvaU aad cargoe. from tie Arlic: lU.alavr.rUynor.c-rX.i:..lV0bI.-h,26,()0l.b,TW.V- Uarvrtu. Lovr'and. of Hcnolaiu. 100 tr.a. ;., 1SG0 I r.. !. S'.U .a: oi X. L.. l-r:t. hi. 24.COO !. bnn-rr"u. Fanry, Blieo, X. B.. TO trU. ;., lJwi k., 21.000 loOone. l"arU Hail, of X. U. wO l.r.a. whnlt:. 14 OoO rone. a-'brrf .e, Phi'.l r. r,f X. Kl-O br:. da. iS.O-X) H.. N. rnrx. FelU-hr. U-mn., 40 WU. 1.. 150e wh.. ii.OO- 1 bn. "o. il -wan.l. Joaca X. H , 1-00 b!. h ,16XOtf un?ull. ...

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. — 5 November 1863

piiciric Commercial Advertiser. THURSDA Y, XO VEMDER 5. m Later from the East ! The clipper eltip Herald of the Morning armed on Situr Uy. P. M., thirteen dajs from Sn Fran c'.sco, bringing a few d lily papers, S;in Francisco date to Oct. 18, and Cistern telegrams to the 15th. Sii9 report the birk Young Hector'lo follow in a fevr ijs. probably with the mail, and bhe is now fully due. From the papers received, we in alee up the follow ing sumniary. The Advance of the ItebcU in Virginia. The rebels in Virginia, under Gn. Lee, com mence 1 to tnoe northerly from Orangj Court Houee, oa the 10th October, with the intention of filling on the Union army's right-dtulc, or getting between it and Washington. Gen. Memle eufpeoting the object ef the movement, fell bacic, keeping strong cavalry fjree between hia army and the rebels, with whom they were continually hkirmiehing. Jhe retreat was euc.e?ful!y accomplished without tlje loes of mate rial, and co the 11th, the Union -army occupied fentre...

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 November 1863

the PAcino Commercial Advertiser. Speech of Senator Sunnier. Senator Sumner, of Massachusetts, who is Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Rela tions" in the Senate, delivered a speech in New York on the 10th of September, in which he dia fiied at great length our foreign relations, rar ticularlv with England. It fill three and a half of the New York Tribune, and may fairly n clswed aa a epech of great research and rower. Upon the five poinw con.-idered, it ex-hau-it argument, authority and hi-torieal illus tration. Ai the production of a r-nator v ho aspires tu bo considered a tjtatesman.it should, in it -reparation for the historical leaf, have been k-j.t a little more free from the ultra expressions of the author on slavery. He intrudes that sub ject upon the reader in bean and out of season. Cat hi argument and authorities against the act of the English Government which elevated the reikis to ocean belli-erants," an; unanswerable are absolutely conclusive as to the policy or mor...

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. — 12 November 1863

PUBLISHED WEKK lV HV HENRY M. WHITNEY. i II OXOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. NOVEMBER 12. 1SG3. SI I VOL. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VIU.N. 20. WHOLE X. 390. wf (pr w A $ ill ! I IP T t: it ii ii H ii M H n i THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Letter from San Francisco. FROM OCR OW5 CORRESPONDENT. Per Toung Hector Sas Francico. Oct. 17tb, 18C3. General News and Gossip. The Herald of the Morning cleared yesterday, and Mr. A. P. Eterett, at Messrs. McRuer & Mer rill's tells me this morning that the Young Hector gets off to-day. As only a week hap elapsed since the sailing of the Comet and the Tavjort and Hal lie Jack ton, since that but few events have occurred which especially take the eye of a snapper-up for island correspondence, yet each as I hate hear! I throw together in a hurry for your readers peru sal, that tbey may io due time be as wise as I am. The Young Hector is commanded by my gay young friend. Capt. Chadwick. I never supposed that he would leave us, but you must promise cot ...

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 November 1863

0 COIVTMSHCIAI.. THURSDAY. XOt'EMB LR 12, 1W3. Our harbor has now probably a Urge a Uett of ship in it a w sha.il have at ou time during the prcac&t fall. Sevtral tc k!i have alrcad y tailed (or b m? poru. The hark Helen Mar tailed oo the 4:h, with a f jU carjo of docnei ic sport. Sir Boston. The hip 'j sailed ca the 10th for Bremen, 'aking cue of the hviet earpoet .f produce that has left this prt for years, including )out 120 to:.i tf rice, 0 ciks of oil, at d other arti cles mruttofarl below. Tht Ueorj 4r Luctuij alto failed on the 9:h kr tl.e an.e port. Our trade with Ormar.y wocld ap pear lobe largely on tVe Uicrra-- when large .ips as th-se flod f j;l freight ou: and hack. The bark Young Hector, which arrived -n the Jlth. 19 days froca San Franctscoi, brought a small caro oi.ly. j The British hip Jurn? .Vary from San Francis.-;, and prr (r u Victoria, both came to load oi! the ft .liuer for New Loti Inn, and the Later for Br.-n.tn. ; r The whaleship I tine Ilowland U takir...

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. — 12 November 1863

PACiric Commercial Advertiser. THURSDAY, SOVEMDER 12. Til Foreign rV-Vf.. The Briah ship Anne Mary brings the East ern mails vmh Sao Francisco papers to Oct. 24, anl t-'lrapFiic dispatcher to Oct. 23. Strange events have happened during the week since our lost previ'jua advices news that must sadden everj lojal heart. It b not the triumph of the reN, f r vict jry can never be their fortune ; nr in it g!omy defeat threatening the Union arm, fr the ciuae must and will move forward. But it i the unaccountable courn of the admin itri n at Washington in cashiering our best general fur n-jt meeting that euccesj which it expect of them. Three geneml and one admi ral have been shelved during one week. Tuee are 1.Gex. Kosecsans. the gallant hero, who cleared Tenns.e of the rebels and restored her t the I'nion. 2. Gex. Meade, the commander of the army of the Putomac. The assigned cause id because he retreated before L, without attempting to fc'g'it him, and then let him escape without damage....

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. — 12 November 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. , Trxa tit Eclectic Majtziae. Rerolotion in Madagascar. ASSASSINATION OF KING RADA2IA II. We give place to the following important letter from Rev. William Ellis, lonij a devo ted anJ able missionary of the London .Mis sionary SocietV to Ma da rosea r. adilrpssprl tn the Rev. Dr. f ulman, secretary of that soci- ty. It can hardly fail to be read with in terest as a remarkable chapter in the history of that country : Ataxanarivo, Mahgascar. ) May lGth. 1&C3. "My Dear Friend: Seldom has the instability of human affairs ; been more strikingly, and in some respects, tragically manifested, than in the erent of the last few days in this city. Within' that period the reign of Kadama 11. has closed with his life ; a successor has been chosei by the no bles and accepted by the periple ; a new form of government has been iaugurated, and it is arranged that the legislative and administrarive functions of thesovereignty shall hereafter be discharged bjr th...

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 November 1863

si iTlT'Tlr p PUIIL1SIIED WEKKI.V HY ilE.XKV M. WHITNEY. HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 19. 1S(53. c SIX DOLLARS PER AXXl'M. I VOL.. VIII. No. 21. WHOLt N. 391. mm THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Th L'Mcroward Sorrrrigat j mf Man. The uncrowned sovereignty of dm Who daily earns hi bread. On whom earth' idlers coldly frown. And fierce at lions tre 1, I be to whom X am allied. Whose wrong I'll ever sing ; A brawny toiler at the forge. . At heart a real king. Oh! there u not in mil the worU 9ach glory to be found, A circles him whoe hop fu! heart With libor's lore is bound. 0! ! where would be the alerting gold That's worn by drowsy drones ; And where would I e the monarch' walth. The pomp of transient thrones, If labor ca'"l to use ltd skill. Its Imtrous deed and eys, Like mnwiT'i beauties when the sun All golden roofs the day T For there are melodies that start From labor's mighty chords, As ever thrilled the human heait, Fired with a blaze of Wf rds. Ah ! l"t the silken dan...

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 November 1863

COIYirsTERCIAI. THURSDAY, yoVEtlBER 13. 1S3. besides twelve whalers, there have beei.' oo foreign arrivals during the fast week- The Gov. Troupe iid Mt. H'allattot re reported fct Hilo, and the Bartholomew Gotnold at Li tUAOa, all from tie Ochotsk. Several from -'-tat ground are still Uu. "rota San Francisco the brig Advance at bark Van are looked for daring- the ixmibg week. TheT. 5. Perkins is about due from Puget Sound. The larks ae Hawaii from N'ew Eedf.n-d, tL Julian from Bremen, an J the Dolphin froto Peraambuco, arc U fully due itii cargoes Bm.nra roatioors unusuaily quttt fur tbi Reason of the year, and lt:!e can he said io the way of trade. COMMt'kCtlL ITKHS. Silk. rae silk prowers in the socth of France bavo deter n.ine I to import from Chiua and Japan an immerse quantity of ilk worm spawn, in order to improve the native breed, which is deteriorated, by chronic disease. The ship Resolution, ia which Captain Cook lft England on hi second voyage rniul the world iu 1772 ninet...

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. — 19 November 1863

PACING Commercial Advertiser. THURSDAY, AO V EMBER 19. (Correspondence or the P. C. Advertiser. Atacient and Mdern Wafer Right. Wailckc. NoTember 10th, 1852. Ma. Editor : In looking over Home of the Advtr titer t for October. I find an article signed B." calling the attention of our Legislature at U next term, to abject of vital importance, which he bopea wit! not be overlooked; and with him I hope that there will be some provision made for the equitable distribution of water on lands which require irriga tion. He wonders why this has not been attended to before, when half of the population of the islands are "Ibgether by the ears as often as the dry eason re turns. If B. C. and I), take all the water, dry tea son and wit, belonging to other, when they have not been accustomed to take it, they hare good reason to be by the ears. It is an old saying, and a true one, that the little fifth are eaten up by the big ones. B." thinks that the reason why nothing has been done, cannot be bec...

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 November 1863

THE PACIPIC Commercial Advertiser. A .Man makes II U I-akt Will and Speaks Hi Mind. A ehort time since, William Dunlop. of Gair bruid, Colborne township, Canada, died, leaving the following as his lai will and testament. It is now contested in chancery, in the district of Huron, on the ground that its author wa. iuane : lit the nam of God, cmen. I. William Dun lop. of Gairhraid, in the township el Colborne and district of Huron. Western Canada. E-quire, b-dng in sound h-alth, and mv mind ju-t a$ uuai, which my friends who flatter me say is no gmt shakes at the bvt of tiuirt. do make this mv last will an 1 t-srament. as follows : "Revoking, of course, all former wills, I leave th- property of Gairhraid. and all other landed pro.Tty l"mav di pw-x-sf d of, to my si-ters Ellen Boyle ?ry and Elizabeth B vle Dunlop, the former lrcau-e she is married to a mini.-ter, Wiiuia (God help him) the lien pecks ; the latter because she ts married to nobody, nor is she like to be, fur she is an old ...

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 November 1863

'4 a . ... puhl.isiied wKRKr.r nv 11 EMC V M. WHITNEY. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 2G. 1S63. SIX. DOLLARS PER AN'M'M. ; VOI Vlll. N. S. WHOLK X. 3Ct . ! ' is ' ii ' ii .11 v w i j ii in ii iii iii m hi in ii TEE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Of ihe garaiian islands. A. Trip to Knunl. BT HOtrTEIf. For ten jears I had never been at a distance of more thn fife mites frcci Honolulu. A trip to Kaaai therefore an epoch not to be nlightly esteem. !. Sb!l I commit my cbrvaf ions to paper ? "Will they be acceptable to jour readers ? Perhaps they will help to fill a pace in the eoTnmrn of yoor paper. ahraM no warlike news and calamities dire" arrive before yon go to press. JTere we go, then, near the ombre hour of twilight," on board the good ehip Excel. A 1, at the Hawaiian Lloyds, and give onr traveling bag in charge of accommodating Jim. A gentle breeze weepa as gracefully oat of the harbor, the shore recedes, and with pleasure we take a long gaze at the beautiful panorama of 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. — 26 November 1863

f COIVIIVTEIICIAI. THURSDAY, XOl'EUBER 2, 11. The ship Syren ao.1 bark Yankee have pUcrd us in receipt it date frccu au Francisco to the toili. The commercial nm Is Interesting. Our curreM-'ndent, in his letter, gives a lull re sume of the state of the market f.r our bland produce. The impcrtaiions f ui?ar l Ui ort durii-s the leu day privr to Nov. (J, re ( wtion (S.GuO.OOO) pounds, niot!y of the darker fmtdes, o sudi as are used in ttEnlnp. The hi!-hip Brunxtrick, P"tter, arrived at d Francisco ou the 5th from the Arctic, with too br'.s. ANo. th- Hawaiian brig Victoria, i'ih, with U brls. V ob-wrve that a pl d-ai of Ctw.l cil is now imports! imo ?an Fr.tncico, as vessels contioae baling U the year. The Alt a says : Very many whh-8, as most of our readers are probably aware, are raptured yearly in Moutery harbor, and ewewhere off tlie Cut .f Califurcia. The bark Sarah. Warren Is regu larly emj-loyrd, la the Paci.lc Coast whlintf trade- Yesterday the schooner Shooting it r entered th...

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. — 26 November 1863

jQO . - -. . -.--..W; yvu.v ,-,--;y.mr,Y1 PAcino Commercial Advertiser. THURSDA Y, XO VEMDER 2G. fjettcr from San Francisco. FBOM OCR OWS COBREsrONDEST per Yid.ee.J 1 Sas Fhascisco, Not. 7th. 1863. Something about Vessels. The arrival of the Yankee with advices to the 3J ult., preceded that of the Cambridge with dates to the Soih of Sept. from jour port, by a couple of dajs. The quantity of sugar by the Utter in said to be the largest ever received at this port from Honolulu, say GOO.000 lbs. The vewels in port now up for the inlands arc the Princess, Capt. Cro- well, not yet discharged; the Syren, now in the stream, and the brig Advance, loading for a trading voyage, to atop en route at Honolulu. The Syren has had rather hard luck. She met with very heavy weather on her parage cut, and after undergoing thorough repairs, ready to leave, and in the stream waiting for a crew, the whaling bark Abigail, Capt Nye, in beat'iDg oat of tba harbor the rooming of the Stb, came iu collision wi...

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