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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 31 December 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Thr w Yrer. Cuce, bory the grW of tbe Old Year, And li.H to the musical chiroe ' That tl'uiDcl the il.iwn of the New Year The nem-hutn chill . Time. Oh, thooiarvis oT weary ones bless him. The aged, U y-9fn, and sad. For tbe belli rmrf oot magical tidings Tu mie the J i ion sol ate frla. Tbe dawo of & New Tear is breaking ! Yea. listen, dear toa-weary brother ; Tbe bHls m tk solemn kw-U toll. Hut tell a sweet Ule that must wakeo Tbe sweetest delights la tbe Soul O Qod, make their strain no delation ! Let ckuJs of tbe pa-rt fade from view, Tbat all of tbe om of tbe Old Year Be Vict In tbe joys of tbe New ! Tbe Ltwn of a New Year Is breaking ! la troth, oh, nay this prove New Year, The end of appfCMtoa and strife i ' The daw of a Vahmm era, Tb mora of miilentual life ; The advent of Joy, peace, and gladness. When eaglet shall feed with tbe dore, And ap to Ilea ren's gales sbaU rue or'y The soul-stirring saosie of lore. Tbe dawn of a New Year U br...

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. — 7 January 1864

PUBLISHED WEEKLT BTI il.Rr M. WU1TAEV. II OXOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 7, 1SG4. 5 SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. $ VOL. VIII. . 28. WHOLE Na. 3BM, THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, All for the Best. All' fur the best; be sanguine aad cheerful; Trouble and sorrow are friends in disguise; Nothing bat Folly goes faithless and fearful; Courage forever is happy and vise : All for the best, if s man would but know it; PmvUlence wishes as all to be blest; - Thlaia do dream of the pumLior port;. - . -Ilearea is gracious, and All's for the bt '. Ail foe the be f set this on your standard, Soldier of sadness, or pilgrim of lore. Who to the shores of Despair may hare wandered, -A way wearied swallow, or heartstricken dove All for the best ! be a man bat eonSdicg, , Providence tender! govern the rest, . And the frail tark of Ills creatare is guiding, . Wisely aad waril j, all for the best. All for the beit ! then Eing away terrors, Meet all yoar fears and yoar foes in the ran. And in the midst o...

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. — 7 January 1864

C OIYXIYXER CIAL . THCRStiAY. J My VARY 7, 14. Tsa cii.irf cVti w'-hr 1 the Vtre ',f th trade ii) drirj tf.e paat lo tfcr-e w?ks. hare rrm:nrA Ukn uo the iUu!i jf the frt twees.:.? of t a rocsisarucaUoo. T?? withdrawal c the itniM KHatti daring th la.t locr CKCl! i, hj br rry vr-aotury frU to tit rrt Jtx.a-ta of trad an-4 travel throcbowt the group. iur this rtjk-a j-4-; Li mv tbJA.lo learn tht e ia . f -w l-t-.n rj-k.r-l, aa.f we taj e t&at in D. eour of a tew weefca at lb frLH, tx will r-otar l,-r plac a an iriier ioUivl tauicr. It is prucuiar! utorTa&t that av.e bat I Ti ti I op Jaring tfc buit aexv.n of t! year, tM ep .Wy at a l:iae wbn the nirnVr of trv-r to aryl frn the iKfjh w -nil be so greatly i:cr-ael on accoarit of the dra-h A th late kin?. 1 1 a.1 the steamer hv-n renmcz. Ih-ia affIicir spiy aod certain ctiveyaryae. ir.aoy thoaaands from the i,;m of lla;i aion iti tar-araiii tbriT, '4 the "jjnamty of the fareral of tb kir.f. The s,Vr ar. nLnf. U i. txL, bat the t...

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. — 7 January 1864

wnrttii PACino Commercial Advertiser, Foreign Simimury. Archbishop Parcell, Bishop Iiosecranj, anl most of t-- Catholic clergy of Cincinnati, interested themselves in favor of Brough, an J against Vallan digbatn. ... A stone breaking and macadamizing company has been organized in San Francico. . The object of (but company i to break rock by machinery fjr macada mizing streets, roads, balasting railroads, and other purroeea. " ' ". ; ' , FpargeonV five hundreth sermon has been printed. Snellen & Co., the American publishers of Spur geon'd sermons, have paid the author, it ia said, as hizh as $5,000 lr one year's sales. They have sold f JOO.OOO volumes of bis sermons. Ton IIteb Dtxso. Tom Hyer's friends report bim as sinking fast, says a New York paper, and they do not believe he will live the week out. Rheu matic affection, dropsy, and a series of complicated infirmities have set . in, and he id rapidly - falling. The benefit given him at the New" Bowery,'" netted nearly S700. - ...

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. — 7 January 1864

THE FACZriC Commercial Advertiser. THREE WEEKS AT GETTYSBURG. What uc did. at 'Gettysburg. (.CwfiuJetJ ) lew good things ca be oaid of the Gettysburg frmr, and I only ue Scripture language in calling thtm evil beast." One of this kind cane creej.injc into our camp thrie weeks aftr th battle. :JIe lived five mile only from tbe tjwn, and bad nercr seen a rebel." He beard f we had Bora9 of tbem, and cams down to e tbem. Boys, we said marching, bim into tbe Wnt wLich happened to be full of rebels that day waiting for the train ; Boy, here's a man who nerer haw a rebel in his life, and wants to lxk at jou ;" and there he etovd with his mouth wide open, aud tber they lay ia row, laughing at him, ' etupid old Dutchman- " And why haren't yoa aeen a rebel?' Mrs. eaid;' why didn't you take jour gun and help to drite thein ous'.of your town?' A leller ruizht'erot hit!" which reply was quite too inach for the rebels, they roared with laughter et him, up and down the tent. One woman, we saw, who...

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. — 14 January 1864

rrgtfiw dim i n1Hi illitwimnLLi 1 ITULISIIEO WEEKLY BF 1 m;.Mi.v m. wiiiTNty. $ Jl OXOLULUJIIAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY M, ISb'-l. SIX DOLURS PER A NM'M. 1 VOL. VIII N. 29. WHOLE N.3$f. tub PAcinc Commercial Advertiser. fitter from San Francisco. rKox oca ows cobrespondest. Per A. A. Kldridge.) Something about Vessels. Resuming my correspondence from my last of 25th ult., per Princess, which lef t us on Thanks giving Day, I now advise the arrival of the Comet, A. A. Eldridge, and JlalUe Jackson, all from your port, and all entering our harbor within a few days of each other. The A. A. E. having been placed ou the berth by Mesesra. C. W. Brooks & Co. for Honolulu, has had quick dispatch. She has on board flour, &c, and what you appear tj be greatly in want of at Honolulu, 5,000 in treasure. This house has also laid on the llallic Jackson for the same port, to load im mediately. The Comet will get away about the 20th. The following vessels arc to have dispatch for China, and may...

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. — 14 January 1864

COTVTIVTEIICIAI.. TUURSTiAY, JjyVJRY 1 I. 1V51 Mr: rur lt we r.ave to announce the arrival f the hark A. A. '.Mi rt'ji and Cnmtt, arl trij Halite Jtwliom, fnm ian Fraxw ieo. with fall frrifchU; t. finfc-'ish ihip iitlpkin, froa IVrrmfrbooo. with the carjroof th ship 4am' KobrlvH. s.i.4 t-tk d!inp" lr'zi Vn tori, en rout f' r Sj dt.y. L- t uir -r if-K4 r -ir--, T-ry l.ttl-r Inririfr t!-t. The r.Jrtd;, Haiti Jul ton anj Cua.tt are load. &r for .sm Iran c.sco, tte firmer .!r ris-J . .a.) 5turd.y, freiyh' tnv i t'j'f, nvuM'y ur h (.U.utxn acrounl; II J' r.a it l .. at J . litt r or. tb- jJeh. Wr r!i fr.ta cfi.nij-s. the fallowing it'TTii r-inr, ale f-I-.TV-I fr-ru New Yurk under dale of .Not. 27tu. W'.c The Ww.I market ha been rttier active iurii- tl.e j ieiaT. :;.frr" i i: r-avrd nrmn- in t'.cr. Prime Uornrlic 4trrS 1 (WBiitct. The lowest fr the ixortr ru of 75c, whil- It ch'tee lA. We are i-irm.!ni. ,alic Ffeece hve fc-tn vl t Brre thia week at 72c IIio. There Uu alive Inquiry f f...

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. — 14 January 1864

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. FOUR WM8 MTEI1 FOREIGN kMEWS ! I5j the bnrk wtf. .f. Eldtlge, Capt. Bennett, which arrived cu tbe '.th rl tbe bark Comet, Fojitb, on tbe 8tli, we have received one month later foreign news from all parts of te world. The news is important and editing. We can otilj Lrieflj alluJe to the principal Wioia : The Second llattle of 'Cliickamnagn. This w.n fought by Grant's "orces n the 24th of November, and resulted in ajerftct victory of the Union forces, and the greatest defeat that tbe rebels Lave jet had. The following telegrams tell tbe story : WAsnisTOX, Not. 25. The following hns been receiteJ from Chattanooga the 25th, 7:15 P. M., be ing a dispatch sent to Gen. Ilalleck . Although the Tattle lasted from early dawn to dark this evening. 1 believe I am uot premature m annuunncuitf a com plete victory orer Brirff. Lookout Mountain top, all the rifle pita, Chaltanoo? Valley, and J issionary Kidge entire, have been carried ar.1 are now Lewi iy u. signed, G...

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. — 14 January 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Ai'lemns Ward on " C;!io.N." .The hall, barbarous! cu.IleI the Mijnaon, MV the li-rston Advertiser of Oct. 11, was !Ieti Lwt evening U ib utuijat capacity, including the iacunTenier.t t-II-tj anJ eeats jLic-ed upon the platform, with an audience eager to hear the funny things which they expected from the Iir of .rtem-is "Ward," that is CharUa F. Hr-jwac. K. SjT wjj the audience diar.r.oint rd. The lecturer hold their attention f r a full hir and something mure, while perpetually j ro Aing their mirth, ra.in rapidly from topic tj topic, with the ghosts" perpetually in i?w and never reaching them. Mitr Ward began by apologizing for making his appearance in the ilei-jnaon inetad of the Trejauot Tuutle, and al for tle etate of Lis vjice; he waa troubled with the bronchitis, and had lxa reli-iWy informed by a distinguished iurgeoo thai hia complaint wo the paralhlo--raiuaattc foreclosure of diaphragmatic thorax, vvery severe on the voice, and also on ac...

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. — 21 January 1864

X ' JJ J 4' 1 ' I'll J i , J C far r V PI'ULISIIED WKKKI.V HI IIK.VKV M. WJIIT.NKY. f II OXOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUAltY 21. 1SG-1. SIX DOLLARS PER AXJiTSI, VOL. VIII. No. 30. WHOLKN. 400. THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser, fidtcr from San fraucisco. irom oi'R own correspondent. rr Comet.) Fa Francisco, Dec. 21tb, 1863. A glance at vessels and Gossipiana. The arrival of the Yuung Hector on the 20th, placed us in receipt of dates from your place to the 'Jth ult., II. I. M. Corvette Curdelicre, which ciuie in a few days ahead of her, having antici pated the gist of her advices. Mr. Synge'a order fir the admittance of a sick English sailor to the Queen's Hospital did not create the slightest excitement in commercial circles, although it was punned with an evident desire to raise a flurry in our little business community, worded as it so carefully was to chow that the gentleman in question was a sick U. S. soldier. 44 Tell that to the marines," the tailors will laugh at you." The Ne...

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. — 21 January 1864

C O Til 1YTI2 n C I A I, . TUfRSUJY, JjyL'Jfi Y jt. iv;l Tit Levis' !.:. .f.7 Ztrr r.r, Lich armed ou ausr4ajr evoi:-g, caue. in f,c pro-. ir-..,u and (pr. She is en r-u'.e fr- iMg-t Soum! fur fj i-.-y w,t! e.re" of I iu-bcr, IViKi the w.vc i!tr.'y fnig.'i ariiTail the athr. Lmrfint trAa .r Lo?d--.n. KaJct .m ? stnrci to '". A. W:'l..im A- Cn.. u1 ti.: ytirUda (rm Fan:.i.g Island, in Ka.'t. We learn t-t U.e cveoa.u- tr;s there har not j W1 fruit q u e so a;uU-.::y rf UU a., foiaseriy. TVre are pri .J wnn : tr--e Lcmes ttrty barren of fruit, appa rtly ruling tt bear ia ocW te rM ri-t-r. It is wan grvea on tLev :'.irl4, "otn- mikm uvt ar LvI-o iavh rvr- aNtadanty than oC'rs. The '- r.ldrii-jt sa.d prxrpCy ia 5?.turJt7 iat, Hti'itr Jieirtn oo Tuvij. ! ti. Comrt in aito faJ, t :l U !h. Tt fart that tl-e rtv Ure Uku la Br!y IWJ t'-o of carjijdooitjr prloe avtt'.iicns; 10 aroriiVi? day; U B:Crac. It Lrirarr ttat the UU-t rl Mir farxu a.vl piirtattwt ia pocrinir '-ut i'f prrxlact, whir!. 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. — 21 January 1864

pAoirxo Commercial Advertiser, TJIURSDA Y, J A N UA R Y 21 . Hawaiian Cammrrre amU Agriculture. The ystorn-house utatUtics, prepared by the late Collector, Warren Cuodalk. lvq.. will be found oa our last J-age. They Mhibit an ad vance in our domestic indmtry and agricultural prosperity, as great as the most ardent well-wisher of our nation can ask for. Our importations, though steadily increasing, have not yet reached the ,;ur'i9 th?y ruled at previous to the repeal of the Eve per cent. duty. One very observable feature of thee imports i the fact that more tfTjn half the total duty-paying goods come from the United States, thus exceeding the imports from all other countries. Tne amount of free gxxli imported is large ($05,537,) but as nearly fifty thousand dollars of this "urn are for agricul tural implements and machinery, and over thirty oae thou-and to encourage wliaWs, no one can fitHtljn the propriety of continuing to admit such importations free. The custonn receif ta have als...

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. — 21 January 1864

1 I Prepared by W. Goodale, Foreign Imports. valce or goods paying run imported from t'nl'H State. Pacific ai I- SLVni I'aM .G:t4. Atiuac U . 'r277 l:rr.r.r ivl.-i'.'i irckC frit! a .. - . . t3.4"C VECit'e:' !;: I . ... - 'Al.'i'. 5v CjI IHaz. li o; tne Pj.cZ: f.,4.7 12 11 !7 valle kjy ooouj ani snp.iT? bgndlo fp.ou I u.v..J Fut't, Pmry.T . $ 3G CI7 43 r.:l i:?, Atlantic i!e 40,H;j7 lb l-reraea ri.sio SI zet U.-'.tVn . 9,-7 M Viccivcr' Liaad 2.277 91 .- 179.4M 10 li wi'ls r.f Tacitc .... .. 5,-lM i .-i-a 4-5c5 - fli-S 41 VALUE IMPORTED FREE Of DITTV BY I'.tlllJB WbVrB . . whaler . . .. , . ... Arroiituruit and ni;ii!s.7 - M i 51 j -,ry i'iTeron.tnt -. K-turned Ciirr'' - . P.f icil -hret ira . tt,,-ti, cM ol la a. I.l'ot3iie rr.m . . FA.nt-afi ...... . .. - . ti0 -5 5.7J H 49.x 71 113 -rj rs J .455 3t 1.473 S3 !. 4,I7j 4S M K.'3 7S I-;: Kii;i.u l.t-T I J! I T7 13 j Tol Txlu' of I:i.jvort -41. 173.4 J3 2i j Domestic ExporU .uar. 15 k-n.t.a 5,i9-,l2l f 'Alt kin, tt 'fhr-p fkia. 3 bale....

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. — 28 January 1864

Mi IV I PUBLISHED WEKKI.V BV I HENRY M. WJIITNUV. JI OXOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 2S. IStU SIX DOLLARS l'KH ANNUM. VOL. Vlll.No.31. WHOLE a.401 if 11 far i i I I II II 3 I v t I i w II THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. THE PRESIDENT'S HYMN. The following beautiful Hymn, composed by Rev. Lr. Muhleuburg, of Netr York, was sung at the National Thanksgiving services in the principal cities cf the t'nion. Tbe music will be found in Ilarper'a Weekly of December 5. Gire Tbankn, alt ye IVoplr. Cie thank, al! ye people, give thank to the Lord, Alleluia of freedom, with Joyful accord ; Lei the Ea,H and the 77et, North aod South roll along, Sea, mountain, and prairie, one thanksgiving aoug. Chora after tack verse. Oirt thanks, all ye people, gire thank to th Lord, Alleluias of freedom, with joyful accord. For the sunshine and rainfall, enriching aia Oar acres in niyrUds, with treasures cf grain ; For the Earth still unloading her manifold wealth. For the Skies beaming rigor, the Winds 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. — 28 January 1864

! 3 i 9 COlVUVTEnCIAI. THURSDAY, JANUARY J&. mi las To J Htztor't arrival oa the 21th, cat lbs carper &. Ttib&Sy Ca 26.ii. piaccl us la recent vf fca.a r"iu cis:o sdtc-a f th Pita nt. Ibe fUroar vail brought $9,000 in cMa aud a seal! frctfhl and paMeaVrr htt. The latter is ea r-yur fr Hongkong, arl 1U lif cmjo frr t!ist pert. Tit rairaet tses brought by the Utter rnl l vry encour afts. aioisg Increased frnntu In a -.gars, a rei.eral tpiqasc&t la lit 3aa Tra.iclsco market. The i3t.iT SUttin 4 tie ?-H Sye : Sarrsfiar Mo.'cr3. Jia. 9 Th aggr-;te sf ef the week ha rurt Ur?-, far In excess ,f aoy Iijj period Mr mofUh pw?, partlculnrtjr aa rrarJs a!coh"l, STg-r. ayrkp an 1 fine other article that c might fDucDirmc. O-ieral car'.etj tsve airtce the sttiag in cf ti.e Dv year auml more ferm rees, a con!JeraHi decree f-f animation. ,il.bera evince i!.srjs;i.toa f auick up, bel:rs jcg tbit current rftes are as low a at thvy wf.I be Strain f..r mn month to cue. Healers f Freu-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. — 28 January 1864

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Ten. Isxvss LATER FOREIGN NEWS! O Ej the bark I'ottni" Iltclor, Cnpt. Chadwick. we received on the 24:b. the Xew York mail of Dec. 8 J, with telegraphic Jiapatches to Jao. Rth from the teat of war. VTe glean car mail lammary of news, from tb various roacs of the civil war ia America, and also from Europe. rrom Meade's Army fieri. Meade's army ws lt reported at Co'rppr, and Geu. Le at GorJcosvillc. J.. 2. A dispatch from the Headquarters of the Army of the Potomac, yesterday. ty : JCohinjr, of interest ia traoapiring. The enrollment of citizens iu the army ia i. early completed, and includes whites and black. The cumber fcubjeof to draft will be very considerable. Information from the Rtpid Ann thin morning ii tj the eject that the eoeinj opposite to Me.-tJe, is m akin; do demonstration, indicating that the relxsl movements in the valley are not a part of any general movement oT LeN aruiy. K imors of the enemy's tleaigas d! operation ia the Hhenantl'jah...

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. — 28 January 1864

THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Beecher'8 Travels in the Old World Summarized. lsrrtir Rrrptiis nt Plymouth Ctturrb Jit JkUtlrrmm lh I'uuurrifallan. An informal reception waa given to the Rev. Henry Ward lJeecher, on the evening of No?ern tr 17th, in Plymouth church, Rrookljn, when 3,000 persons were preset. In response to u funeral call, Ir. iseecher eqii.Ij the-following cff haad remarks to his congregation : Eren if it had been expected of me, T could not make a speech to-nfght : for there aru many ix ca.-i.jn3 in which the only expression one can giv 11 that of silence. It i nearly fix months 7. fines I stood here, and I can truly say that there ! has not been a day, I might almost say not an hour, in which I have not received accessions to ' the pleasure ot foreign travel and various experi j ence by bickwarJ-running thought? ; for I have 1 curried you with me, and have been borne up everywhere by this recollection and by that affec l tion which never dies. I know not how it...

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. — 4 February 1864

ill inrinriSfmnrm 13 n m i ii ii hi hi H hi in ii j i in ----- I;nilSIIRI WEKK tY HV 11K.KV M. U II1T.K1. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUA11Y 4. 1S6-1. SIX DOLLARS PER-ANNUM. VOL. VI11.N.32. WI10L.U N.402. THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. (For the P. C. Advertiser.) The Sinter Farewell. Let as part kindly, we've journeyed together Many a path through life's sunshine ami storms Xt have par tears o'er the same sorrow blended. Oft hare oar smiles o'er one Joy brightened warm. Haply, sometimes hare oar glances met coldly, Ilsply kind wishes and words then were few ; Favy and strife may hare sought to embitter And under oar hearts, that should beat warm and true. Now let the Past and iU faults be forgiven. Nevermore of its bitterness tell ; Let bat Lore's charity, daughter of Heaven, Fold its white wings around friendship's farewelU - Ilere 1ft as make a new covenant forever, Banish all self from its pare trusting tone j Chide no more harshly the sins of each other. He shall judge al...

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. — 4 February 1864

COJYTIVTEItCIAI,. THURSDAY, FEB KL'J RY i, By tie cLttt it.p Dfiy, we he date from 5aa Tra-- tJM 13 ti IScS J3ry. Ti market U reported a topr. ved and active. TlMiti ortbmuri. Mirma'Uc aain i in r ihe psvut wrrk rve itc-wn mre n issalira Cfin peeracd dnn tie pTorli:ir wk. and J merJcmi la w U?t we-klT TfeT'txr. tie general too? of ti SBarset ia eharactrUd by much firow. Acocf ti. artaries mX Is favnc. u fcav appreciated ia prices. ur sacroa nfut, Tru?t, spirrtnoo L' jaon. ecS and bitter. Ca? gd s. caE, ad trr'.a tse tior Stesocm Rrfarilrg rrjtr, the wr. ppr maarkv : Tie most prooslrr4 teat or u the r? bis ba the per ceaar. tv the can Fnnc-cj BrSirr, of "0 tr.s n a- f.7 Prviaa,.o tmci wiuJk!; te eSectof ta.-b Lai pmdoce-1 a uvpovTaent in pric for vU d-jcr.pLioo. fcaies of 1W ."andw.ch I 'land : !"-. sod at auction, ty Vers. McKorr Marj; 1,000 kegs Saac.ka Island, No. 1, We hear that th. total aai of 2. I. ftuyi r c all graie, fc tfee week, amaented to betwe 4.00"! and i,990 kegs, rel...

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. — 4 February 1864

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY A. It has fixased the Kino to promote Hi Rojal Highness 31. Kekaanaoa, from the rank of Major General to that of AuniKAUA Nn, to His Majes ty's Forces. 2 It has jtrther pleased His Majesty to promote Major J. O. Dominis to the rank of Colonel, Acting Qcarter-Master and Awv tant-General. . R. C. WYLLIE. Department of War, 11 February, 1S4. (Correspondence of the Pacific Ccm'l Advertiser.) A Sarxbatn-Pas Sugar 3X111. IIa5alei, Kauai, Jan. 29, 1864. Mr. Editor : In your issue of January 21st, I noticed an interesting statement respecting the sugar plantations en tbe islands. There is no allusion in that catalogue to a new establishment which is now going into operation in this vallej. It ia not strange that jou should not have alludel to this enterprise, for not one month has elapsed since the foundation was laid, and, marvellous to relate, tbe mill is now in partial operation, and next week it is hoped sugar will be manufactured. Two m...

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