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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 April 1864

--J - -- IlliitliWPiPi .4-ili V WW r Sllrtini All iPTi r 1 -3?: PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV I UENRV M. WHITNEY. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Iovr. Honor, and Obey. Love all on earth that's worthy lore. The beautiful, the good ; Lot God In heaven, fur Hii works. The earth and briny flood Lore honest hearts, wherever founJ, In hut or palace ball ; Lore titoae who lore thee, those who Late, Lore every one, lore alL" liquor the man who, rich In gold, Gives largely of his store ; ILmiot the poor who eary not The rich their glittering ore j Honor the silvery locks of age And Hp them on their wsy ; Ilouor th forms that gave thee birth. Living, or la the day. Obey the first of heaven's commands To kve thy fcllow-snan Obey ti bewt U Nature's laws. To help him if yoo can ; Obey the Mill small voice within That bids thee guilt abhor ; Obey the voice that trembling cries, Arise and sla bo more." VARIETY. Punch thinks the last language spoken on earth will probablj be the Finnish. Yoq cannot J re ...

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. — 23 April 1864

1 J !l C 0 1M IVX e n C I A L . Vel Kxpectetf from Farrtgu l'oru. SATURDAY, APRIL XI. 1S6A. Tub Ian trf' arrival, on ihe 19:h, placed us in receipt cf roil foreign file to April 4, from San Francisco, aad March . orr, citjorac.DS period of is dajs fri oor last previous dU. 1M Kmyrntate arrival over oo the ZHh of March, 18 dajs from HjqoIuIu, having sailed from this port abott nooo on the 12th. She reporu having been becalmed three days In sight of vano. uneof the California paper reports her It day pa. r' na wy 10 day from land to land. " From pilot to i me correct way to report a Teasel', parage. "wiwwuiaaa product wu not o buoyant in ..whikm,, advices. A part of the Yankees cwf cfsuarhad ben offered at auction, but only a aall "uu w prices brinjf o Ur below previous rate. ""r" w" o Fi WjMj at 27 S 28c Best rice, 7 Sc. lw. . a .... rum nm ana aioc accumulating. Salt $10 111 pr ton. iAcr auu at 22 Go 24c Dry hidts, 1J a 13c. dry aa!tJ, do. 9 WO 0 jC. Shaking of bland garaM, the Bull...

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. — 23 April 1864

n li to I ItYrtrti TiiT9l7rTTf':': ill lYl 1 1 I.I g-i - J 3 pacific Commercial Advcrtir. SATURDAY. APR' Tlio X.alx ie8tlon, ThVmrortanoe of the labor question k brought up and di-cussed by the Pianos' As. rlAtioa. w ucb a to justify u in tiling the public attention upon a few facta connected -with it. Others may thus be induced to tl.nw upon this same question whatever light th.-w possess. Such diacassions are useful, even necerj, and they s.re not likely to bo attended i the evil result of acrimony and personalities. ne class of our community cannot be successful without jiore or less helping others. The greaorinciple of the mutual dependence of nation-on each other m still more immediate in its application to individuals ; the smaller the lake fte nearer too the ripples produced in it by the Jone cast in its waters. 1. Are imported laborers wanted hete or not? 2. If they are wanted, where are rj to look for them ? 5 To the first question the answer of jstly all is, "laborers are ...

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. — 23 April 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The i:xi!i!i in .Yew Zealand. Frum an a-lira hj a Mr. Stafford to his con f ti'.ucnLa at N In, Z., r.uMisheJ in tho .V.jr Zca-an4tr we extract the fvllmin; historical sketch of the invasion of New Zealand : We came into the country ia a manner that wm without precedent. U"e, unarmed and un prepared to art our entrn bj force of arms, enterx-d a ountry inhabited bj numerous warlike men, who. whole previous history had been one P'i';cei-jn of wars, surprise, murder, and plun dering; men of an arrogant and exacting nature, wbj hardly kru:w what mercy meant, rarely paring those whom they conquered farther than 1 1 make slares of some of the boya and worsen. We entered a country o inhabited, and proc.-ed-ed to assume authority in it, depending only on a piece of paper. The natives allowed ua to do . I say tbii adtlsedly; for if they bad not al lowed us at first, we were not prepared to make our entrance good- Th Imperial Government had at the time no int...

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. — 30 April 1864

1 vv w n ii II ir ' V '- W I I II II II ,11 II II ill II i ,. tl.lIIKI WEKKLV Br J IIK.MtV M. WIIIT.NK1- $ TES PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. (Of the gairaiian inlands. xiul ItCtVlMltCMl We digressed from our narrative in the last rural eketch," to listen to the eturj of an as cent to the summit of the Wet-t Maui Mountains bj Mr. James T. Alexander ; and we will resume where we left off at Wailuku. In ancient times, Wailuku and the neighboring vallejs, which are watered by streams from these moun tains, were undoubtedly densely peopled, the evi dences of which fact still remain. Of late years, however, the population has been gradually de creasing, although no portion of the island is bet ter adapted to support a large population, and afford it ample means of industry, in cultivating tiro, bananas, and sweet potatoes, required for other parts of Maui, where taro is not rahed, as well as for the Honolulu market. Not only these products do well here, but sugar-cane also grows with ver...

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. — 30 April 1864

f; At Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, from January 1st to April 30th, 1864. DAT. RATIOS. CLA.-- sine. am ai. February i American.. IWrk... Mrch. 1 ! hrk... lo hi. .. 14 ! .bark... 1H frrnch.... ."hip 17 American.. H-irk... 19 ilo Bark... do Mvp... . Cnirr-s S'trmnlrurg'. . i K. C Jones. ... . llawes..-. ri-le ............. J-rn-ran.. .'Kuropa Cr'wby ' Martha 21 iMilev Sfrwrral T-9te. Mr- K-!ly I'Jiiliip.-- Athrsrn... Kiehroond Catherine F.tnily Morgan... 21 d- V3 do H.i r k . . . . , Eaphrttes. ..... . llrthaway. ?oi p. . . . ' ntrnt All'-n..-. Ilark J. U. Thompson . l:r"n. Fish.. .. Long.., Houan. Stewart. '11 do IUr.. .. Nile 27 Hawaiian- Bark.... 1 Kamehaovha V.. .. Am-ncao- Shin.... Cornelius HowUnd, Si 1 do Shir. Tho. lickavn.. Florence I'mrl Aurora ieocg HowUnd. Mercury ........ Hillmao.. do do do do io do do Bark.... lUik.... Uark.... Ship.... Bark.... 'Ship.... Spencer. . . Hull Church-.. Jones. .... Tooker ... Mansur.... Rose Poole April 8 . Park.... I'acifle. ......... 8 do Ka...

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. — 30 April 1864

UUQXUT I f i i PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. ' SATURDAY, APRIL 30. OHicinl. The fullowing correspouJence has beca received at the Department of Foreign Affairs : HlWllUX COSSCLATB, 1 ictocia, V. I, Feb. 9, 1So4. J Sin : I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt on the 22i cf January of your circular of the 'Jih leeember( announcing the painful intelligence of the su 1 len and unexpected death of His M.tjesty Kame baoieba IV. I ha J previously leamel this from the newspapers, one of which, uddressed to me y Vour Excellency, I had received, ar.J, regarding that as official, com municateJ the painful intelligence to Ills Excellency Governor Douglas through the Colonial Secretary. Ilia Excellency Governor Douglas received the an nouncement with much regret, and do-sired me to cwnvey to Hi Majesty's Government the expression cf bis most sincere sympathy upen this melancholy occasion. He alio requested me to talcs the earliest opportunity of presenting his felicita.iona to Ilii 31 ijes...

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. — 30 April 1864

4IJ .SiVSiV. r.-.-r.i " - ' 'TlTllTl IHIIW TH PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. The It.iiiih liictioii. King Christian IX. of Denmark, in an address to his valiant little army after their retreat from the Dannewerke, eaid to them Soldiers, I tand alone in the world with my people;" worda full of feeling and simplicity, and convey ing the bitter disappointment be felt at the deci sion of Great Britain to lend him no aid in hi$ hour of need. But the fugitive King, speaking from hi Cas tlo of Sonderburg,' within hearing of the boom of Herman guns, and in eight of the beleagured lines of Duppel, baa etruck the very key note of bis situation in this address to hi trooca. He is alone in the world with his people, handful of men against the forces of the European Conti-.-nt. As this is one of the leading topics of the day, and many of our readers may have little idea of toe unequal contest into which Denmark has been drawn, it may not be uninteresting to give tome information relative to the ...

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 May 1864

if A 1 1 1 lT i ii ii :. ' -v?.?"fe-: : -t: - ;. -:T":. LW III 4WV V'rV V M'IIMIIKD WKKKI.V HV IIC.MU M. WIUT.NKl. I HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 7. 1SU4. SIX DOLLARS FF.R AXXFM. I VO L. VIII. Xo. 4 . V HOLE N. 4 1 . THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. Tkr Grrmiia'ii Falbrrlnnd. Where is the GmvWj fatherland t I't SwabU ? Ii't the Prussian' land ? It where thi grape clow on the Rhine? Wh're tea ru!I skim the Da! tic's brine J O no ! more preat, more prrvl Matt he the Cennan'i faiherUnd ! Where U the Genaan's fatherland ? Itavarbt, or the SljrUn'i land 1 I't where tJws Manor's cattle prize ? I it the Mark where for Maze ; O do ! rrv,r" rrt, more grand Mvt he the Otidmi'i fatherland ! Where ii the German's fatherland ? Westphalia ronjrania strand ? Ij't wh'-f the s.rl waft on the h r ? Ii't wh-re the IMduVi 'irjf- roar? O no ! inure great, more gram I Mat be the G-jnuan's fatherland ! Where is the German's fatherland ?;y how U named that mighty Lirl ! It't Tyrol ? where the Swltzera...

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 May 1864

coivriYiEnciyvi,. SATURDAY, MAt 7. J'f&i. Et Ihi Iootout and the Smyrniote we have advices tvm S 10 Francisco to the 11th of A.ril. The market for oar inland products, especially sugar, liu improved. The San Francisco R-flcrrir having a-lvarvr-d the price of their r2ned, a corres pond ; n a.! ranee has been obtained on raw. We observe sales of sereral lots of Istaod sugars, but on private terms, which probably cover afeots rates. In Europe as also in Eastern Atlantic ibarkeU the price of suar have improved and the rise promises to b fnnanent, as it is based on cause which are not speculative. In the S. F. Bulttin, we find the following : The late ri-w in the price of Refined Sugars in the New York market Is the occasion of consi.Wable remark in ..r,.m-,ml circles her as V) the real or jrobMe cause thereof, our last "w or leieirrapn feirio- quoted the price at Sic. fcoe attribute this advance to a proljaMe increase of duties ; but we re of the opinion that it is chiefly owing to ...

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 May 1864

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. SATURDAY, MAY 7. 5n JVuthavitir. lioynl IrocIsiiiisitioii. WE, KAMEIIAMEIIA V., r tue Grace of (ioD, or the Hawaiian Islands, King : To all Ocr Lota i. and Loving Scbjects : Greeting : W1IEKEAS, The experience of all Constitu tional Governments has thown that a written Constitution needs revision from time to time, in order that it may be adapted to the changing condition of the People: And, whereas, it has appeared to Us, that many provisions of the Con stitution of Our Kingdom have not been produc tive of that good to Our subjects which had been anticipated ; and some further provisions are repaired for the benefit of Our People and the permanency of Our dynasty m Therefore, being moved thereto by Our love to Our subjects, it U Our will to meet Our Xobles and the I) ;I.-gates of Our People, for the purpose of consulting on the revision of the Constitution of Our Kingdom, and consulting upon the public good as well a to j rovide ways and means to carr...

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 May 1864

4 f THE pjioiric Commercial Advertiser. I" rem the Frlet-d f May. Capt. James Report of the Cruise of the Morning Star. Arrival ct Apaiang . Visit to Tcraxca end Pitts. Islands, and from t hence to Strong's h'and; Spcle lark Jlirresf; Mr. and Mrs. Snotc Ujt at Strong's Island ; Mvrning Star'' touches at McAsxi.Ts and Wellington's Islands; Visit As cension; The Morning Star' rtsits J or the first time that reniarkaf-le island (ailed Providence; R'turn to Strong's Island; Vint Elmore's Is lands ; Return to Ec-m; Viut Jaliutt ; Over haul the irreck of Capt. McKenzie's vessel. Dear Sis: In the following report of the Meaning Star's cruise, you may rind some-, thing- that will interest Vou. Sailing from Honolulu on the 7th November, 1503, we arrived at Apaiang" on the 24ih. The pas sage was for the most part pleasant. Found Mr. and Mrs. Bingham in usual health and pood spirits. We lay in the lagoon until th 29th and left for Tarawa. Havincr a head wind we did not get to anchor until the ...

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 May 1864

mmm y it A w n mm x m - mm a m 1 11 1 r i .1. T- . l 111 1,1 SUED WKKKLV IJY I UEMIV M. W1I1TAKV. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY R 1S64. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. : VOL. VIII. No. 4ii. WHOLE 41G. 1 A W J: I : M : i W Jy $ 0 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Be Careful mf four Money When llTe is fall of health and glee, Work, work as tu.y as a a bee ! And take this gentle hint from me . Be careful of your money ! YouH Sod it true, that friends are few, .. When yoa are fhort of money ' '!Z . , The sinjle grain cast in the mould May spring and gire a thousand fold, More precious than its weight in gold ! Be careful of your money I The gr.iiu yoa sow to stalks may grow, IV? careful of your money ! Bat d i not shut sweet mercy's doors When Sorrow pleads, or Want implures ; To help to heal misfortune's sores, Be careful of your money ! To help the pwr who seek yonr door, lie careful of your money ! Would you escape the beggar's lot. The death-bed of the tippling sot. Aim! lire in sweet C...

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 May 1864

COIVIIVIEIICIAI. SATLRDAt, tJ 14. 1S6L Th rr! f the Hldridijf and Vomet has placed u in recir .f San Francisco f"P " to the C5.h of April. The market far cur dntntic pro. uce has improved; and sugars specially have met a g'jo-1 sale A Ure sale of Inland sugars wan belJ by IcRur & Merrill on the 20th, of which lh fin fm tyi McRuer & Merrill's auction aale April 20. of Hawaiian arara.aa per catalogue "WOO tet;s went off well- The entire offering chxxd out bidding spirited. The bijrhea: grades brought fall rate at om parti with late sale from private haols, while tbe lower grades brought price indicating a decid ed advance over receiit porchares. All together, the aale u a aacceaa. tearing the market firmer tlian before the auction. Th Shipping Lt give the following report of the sugar noarket, ami the price realized at the above aale : Of ravi, early in the ween 150 tot, inferior Hawaiian, chlefiy in caw, aay 2000 pkgs io ail were taken by the rrflnerie on term reserved, tat u...

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 May 1864

Commercial Advertiser. SATURDAY. MA Y 14. ?t5 JMrtltOritn. Royal lrocIsimsitioii. WE, KAMEI1AMEIIA V., ev the Grace or Got, or the Hawaiian Islands, King : To all OCK IyTAL AND LOVING SlBJECTS : GREETING : WHEREAS, The experience of all Constitu tional Governments has thown that a written Constitution need revision from time to time, in order that it may be adapted to the changing condition of the People: And, whereas, it Las appeared to L's, that many provisions of the Con stitution of Our Kingdom have not been produc tive of that g'jod to Our eubjecta which had been anticipated ; and some further provisions are required for the benefit of Our People and the permanency of Our dynaty : Therefore, being moved thereto by Our love to Our subjects, it is Our will to meet Our Nobles and the Delegates of Our People, for the purpose of consulting on the revision of the Constitution of Our Kingdom. Therefore, We do proclaim Our Pleasure that Delegates of Our People do meet Our Nobles and Ou...

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 May 1864

THE PACIFIC Coimnercial Advertiser Power ol Woman. I well remember the first time that I ven ture! li'Mi in a state of intoxication. 1 knew my situation, and drcu'lcl that my wife ehoulJ di-H-over it. I exerted mjself to conceal it. 1 affected ti bo witty, aCectionate, and social, but it wn a total failure. I felt the fatal poison momentarily increasing- I saw the inquiring eye of my wife fixed upon me with a look of un utterable grief. It was only with her aid that I was abl-J tt reach my j illow. All restraint was goon swept away, I came Lome night after night in a stati most revolting to the feelings of a delicate, affectionate wife. In vain my able companion wept and expostulated. I was too much entangled ud corrupted to break away either from my vices or associates. They neither feared God nor regarded man. I was led captive by their devices. I became, I will not say an infldel, for I was too ignorant of the theory of skepticism to be one. I became a mocker. " Fool at sin," and...

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 May 1864

n. - . Y SIX DOLLARS I'KU ANNUM. VOU VIII. X. 47. WHOLE N.. 4 17. II WKKK LV II Y V. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 21, 1S64. iit;.NR a M. W III TNE fl irniii! :A PI .11 M 19 II II II II III 1 II II II II II THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. tit te Editor of the Commercial A It fritter: g,a : I cdcIosc you something carious. A native born female (not very young neither) offered me the enclosed piece, (the one Written as prose, in her own writing,) and asked me if I thought it was worth potting in the paper. She said she had seen many in the JCuokon on the same sad subject, but she tboajht she'd try her hand in English. I thought it so simple and pitiful, and I was so jtrock with the numbers, that I took the liberties with it which you see in my hand writing. I assure ton the original is wholly original without assistance . . t-.t from anybody, lou can pubiisn one or both, or neither, as you se fir. Yours, Ilawiii, April, 18G4- A Subscriber. Oriiul Line. BT A NATIVE IJAWAIIAX. Once...

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 May 1864

-. . v.. 1 1 i i ii imi JUU tlOTWW 1 4 COZVXMERCIALc fJTLKDJr,MJt 21. 1 Stc wrluJ fcr w t -' A" c; f h p ,. tr i.-f..; c.r ArJ ctr. nuca . s:x a. -- u .' r- t"--i' wCl be here k--i rwjwi- Our J--- tVr.ir i3Ai u, w le Pkcic Crea W rem ia Aii ii rti. en cr ttTP t ei.wc i. si iww - ait -, ,n.'.r,c- tr-:r ta ri;r-:.T n-rc--i f r tj cartel t SJ J JAi K offcTJ ftt "' ta tie oew t- r; ia Rc.-:r-a k Co' Aa '"f tie firtiuire, r-irtare ol csrio.!' ky ii.- Trs prrrioi to ri rn ffrvl bcxc by Crc fcUa to m P TbAs- i a-sca T-x, Miirc aoc 3Trrt r-port ti An. ti;ptr -p --;e point. Practice Las fh;-wn that i: : Terj d:5 ic Ejcfkjcf, aJ ti ia ii:p Brr c.-.v f r ti ke c,. to j. char --:s cr ameniments in the C:n- .... . c t. 5ti:u:i;a c: the Uniu-d Suites, and no amend- ii mua nan i - - w - j 1 - Tt A- brk c-mW y-sca-ixy fx F:-i. ii drr o a tth ljr Pi-z,J i a rf li cr tra LTe a jci a i-.-t fia.7e.fi: toiT tirf fni:S U Kn. Air, w4tr s ij i.e w i w L&n i ia w -w.r frr-o-j rr Tni.i. ti ! Aoi. hrkt j....

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 May 1864

rivcinc Commercial Advertiser. SATURDAY, MA i 21. 5ttthovitii. V. hrey mulct; known that We have arpointcl I lor Iloyal Highness the Princess Victoria kamaualc iAAiirxAM to p reside over our Cabinet Councils during Our ala-ence from Our Capital : Ami alio over Our Privy Council of State daring tho illness of the Kuhina Nui. KAMEHAMEHA R. 'EKCANAOA. By the Kir.;? and Kuhina Nui. .J COIRLCS GoBDoS IIoPKISi. ( ' it 4 IVah-u yMmmm. . xw Oq Tuesday, tli3 17th instant, the King gave a pjccial audience at 11 A. M.t to the British Comrais'ioner, to j.lace in His Majesty's hands a tcalcd letter from Her Majesty Queen Victoria. Mr. Synge arrived in full uniform at the hour appointed, and presented to the King the letter from Her Majesty Queen Victoria, of which the following ia copy : VICTORIA, by the Gnce of God. Queen of the Unite! Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Defender of the Faith. &c. &c., &e. To Hi- Majesty Kamehameha the Fifth, King of the Hawaiian Islands, Our Good...

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. — 21 May 1864

TEE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. from tht N. V. "Church Journal " of Mirclt 10, li61 San I nidi f!;iucN. TIio iloatli of the Kin;; Ia Leun a great Mow to the Church Mission, but the new King j rotu ies fair, anJ has appointed the Bishop a member tf hla Trivj Council. The Bi-hup of Honolulu writ- the following full aecouot to the London duarJftn : Sir: You will rprt't t l?arn the sad news I have to communicate. Our King Kainebameha the fourth, und.r whoe auspices a branch of our Church w;n planted in thco I-!an'Is, Iied on the SUch of November last. Ilia yUj'ty had teen f r some time in a weak etate of health, but no Linger was apprehended till an hour tefore Ins Ieceaj. For several davs ho had buffered from diarrli'Ci and was greatly reduced. When his etate was pronounced by hU medical attendants to be critical, I wa summoned by the Queen, but arrived a few minutes too late. His old and faith ful Prime 3Iinister, Mr. Wyllie, was however present, and in my absence read the comraend...

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