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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 September 1856

; I V ': - ' ' - 5 . I :J . . ' . - . , .. ;- . ' 3 2 - Mllf -' -, ,,,,. , ,r ,..,,.,., m .n.-.r rrn.in.Mll I r I I .1 ..... mm,...,. I ( 1 i I! n L m . S JLMi. IB jL ilia Jl JL Nativo ' Edition. . . V 0 ED WEEKLY V I M. WHITNEY. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SEPTEMBER 11,1856. .S1X DOLLARS I'EU AXNX'M X VOLUME 1. NUMBER 11. THE PAOiriC hicrcial Advertiser. Frm the Boston Cultivator. Line rhcrc'e many a gein unpolished, And many a star unknown Lany a. bright bud jterished, Neglected and alone Mien, had a word been spoken, In a kindly, gentle tone the bud had bloomM uubroken The gem had graced a throne ! then oh, scorn not the lowly, Nor do him any rrrun;', test thou cru.-:h an impulse h"ly, Or blight a soul of song1 ! VISIT f Ui luc r:ccp oi t ar i. jinry n aimu Navigator" Islands BUSINESS CARDS. J R. COADV & CO., I cur i r f.,i,.n 1Ir.nn!iiln S T Tifr I o ex" I Messrs. Griuncl, Mint urn & Co. & Wi'.Ictts L Co., New York, j Cr3 of Butler, Keith & Hill, Boston, Wells ...

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. — 11 September 1856

! O ilka V , , i O OBUVTEIl CIAli . WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1S56. 1 Ihirlag tLs past week there has been some animation In our market, and trade appears to be more brisk. Easiness about th whsrves has had a lively aspect. Importers find it difficult, however, to make cash sales to any extent, and most of the pur chase bnve been on time from three to four months from de , Mrery of good9. Considerable sales have taken place at auc tloa one on Friday last, by A. P. Everett, at the warehouse of Mr. Coraoave, cosiatin? of assorted mize ex- Victoria from Bremen. The prices obtained, however, were low. A continua tion of the same sale took place yesterday 0T cdneday.) An-cther-sale of assorted mdze. tatca place on Saturday tt tha store cf B. T7. Field. There hare been three cargoes from foreign ports during the past wk the Lucy Morris, wl:h oranges from Tahiti, Elle nita, with assorted mdze. from San Fraaciaca and brig Oahu, Msorted mdze. from Bremen. The cargo of the latter consigned to Jlea...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 September 1856

H J.1P.M I! IIC III JIM. BUM 0tM v.tmfmu i he English papers announce the death of Rear Jural Lord Adolphus Fitzclarcncc, one of the s he late Kinz William IV, and Mrs. Jordon. sons he Munster (Ireland) Xcws states that a s strong inl.ar desire exists to return Mr. fcmitli U'linen as t ember of Parliament at the next opportunity. Letters from the Crimea to May 31st, mention that 000 masons arc to be employed in re-building fastopol. 1("he Streets of London. The length of all the Went streets in London is 1,750 milos ; the paving them cost 41,000,000, and the yearly cost cf ninr the Davement in renair is 1.800.000. I c? A I ' . he Cholera appears to be showing ltseu again in Petersburgh. The daily mortality has risen of c from two to three to as manv as twenty-one. Ihe mber of deaths that have already taken place in present outbreak is three hundred and tour. Since the re-establishment of commercial relations KTonn firp.it IJritain and Russia, the Electric and ternational Telegraph C...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 September 1856

.V I ill 0 U 1 Buke 1. Helu 11. A A It it i j f t - t i i 1 i t I ! i ; ; : t . - m i ' 2 t. HONOLULU, SEPAK. 11, 1S56. O ka mea kupanaha o ko kipi ana o kana ka ina Kapalakiko, ke komo ana o na kana ka koikoi, na kanaka waiwai a me ka poe haipule, a kaawale ka poo kolche, apiki, a iQ2 ka poe lalau. Noiaila, ka ninau ana, heaha ka mea i lilo ai ka poe pono i poe ki pi, j i pili aku ka poe hewa manvali o na luna hoomalu i kohoia ma ka balota ana ? Eia ka hoakaka ana. Mai na aina a pan mai ka poe mua i helc mai i Kaliponia e imi i waiwai. O keia kumu manao, o ka imi waiwai, ka mea e nui ana na mea pono ole ilaila, a e hapa a a na kanaka pono. No ka maiu cle o ka noho ana ma lea aina hou, a malu ole i ke Kanawai paa, aole i ma nao na kanaka pono e noho loa ilaila. Aia lako lakou i ka waiwai, manao iho la kcia poe, e hoi hou i ko lakou aina i hele mai ai, na wahine a me na keiki a lakou, a hele hooka hi mai mamuli o ka imi waiwai. No ka loaa nui mai o ka waiwai i ka poe ikaika i ka hana...

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. — 18 September 1856

"If (i J-ki. 11" U liMitf "Ml L'MJXilJUM ITative Edition. r PUBLISHED WEEKLY HIT HENRY 31. WHITNEY. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER IS, 1S56. CS1X DOLTjARS PER ANNUM VOLUJIE 1. NUMBER 12. . If Ml 111 llf I'WflM I i I it u 1 I i ; i ,11 i f 1 TEE F2LCIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Our Baby. At oar house, at home, we've a sweet little baby, As fat as a 'coon in the fall ; And for mischief, fan, music, or whatever it may be, Of brat?, he's the general of all ! "With cheeks like two roics, The prettiest of noses, Endeared is our Moses, By every fond tie ; In fair and foul weather, lie serves as a tether, To bind us together My Betsy and I. From morning full blossomed, till night draws her curtain, His means for employment ne'er fail ; And though hushed be his gabble, of music we're certain, "When he drags the oi l cat by the tail, No.v calling, and bawling, And f illing, and sprawling, And mauling, and squalling, At work and at play ; In the di3h-water paddling, Or Jowleij back-sa ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 September 1856

C O 2iXIIH H CI HIm . WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 155-3. , . EXCHANGE TfVr i3 no subject raora Irrtorta.Dt to tha eciuzittrclal prosperity of these bland than that of whak-r'a ex chnnge, and in the absence of an jthin worth noting- $a trad, we w-g make a few remarks on it. Te see it stated frequently la th3 .ia jfranciico pipers that the current rate of discount demanded at thij pert for whalrra b;il3 is 20 per cenf. This ii f stirely l2C3rr.2Ct. Ones, about f --ur ysara &go, when some 200 wtaletlilpa catered in enr harbor at once, exchangs did force it e!f dewa to that rate, againsi the most energetic efforts of ship chandlers, bai s'ce the fill of 1852, we beilera ; has never been aver 15 at this I'Ortj.TrLCe three-fa arths cf the bills are drawn at trees par to xO per cent, disccant. And this ra te only comicands frcn October to Decerabtr in each year, while from Jan. 1st to October 1st, cr S-43 of the year, the rate of exchange rule from par to 2 per cent, premium for whiler"3 bUla...

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. — 18 September 1856

TCZISCELLAIJEOUS . SHIPPING. AUCTIONS. HOUSES & LAUD. !i k-i 1 $100 PREMIU3I. fTruiE board of managers of the JL R H. A. Society offer the alove premium for the first ten Bales of Cotton, in shipping condition, of pot less than 200 lbs. each, raised on the Islands by the exhibitor, who must be a member of the Society. J. 1. 11. MARSHALL, 12-10t President If. 8. 15. 21st inst., 9i A. A. M. 12-lt 3. Secretary. 31. IIIIOWX, Agent for the shipment of Foreign Seamen. Office corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets, opposite Reynold's wharf, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. A share of public p- i . na;re so licited. 12-0m S. N. EJIERSON, Retail dealer in Dry Good, Shoes, Hats, Bonnets, Fancy Good, Crockery and Glassware, Paints, Oil, Groceries, Hardware, kc, respectfully informs the public that he has just moved into his new store, on the Kealiihuluhulu lot, near the Protestant Church, in Waialua. He would especially in vite the attention of the pvple of Waialua and Koolau, who will find it to their ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 September 1856

o 5 ' . . MWUMtMIM J V atoaii. 4 ' ' i 1 i Eulre 1. Helu 12. U 1 i ... ;. f i t ? i s i 1 r Ml r HONOLULU, SEPAK. 18, 1856. Na ka poe heluhelu i ka Iloku Loa. Aloha oukou. Owau, o ka mea hoopuka i keia pepa, ke hoike aku nei ia oukou, i ka poe lawe pepa, e hoopauia'na kona paiia a hiki i ka malama o Ianuari, a loaa mai ka tnea Pai nui ae mai Amerika mai. He mea pai mama loa ia, e hiki ke pai me ke kumu kuai uuku iho. E hiki mai ana ia i ka ma kahiki hou 1S37, a loaa mai ia, a loaa mai hoi na inoa 200 o ka poo makemakc i ka pe pa, alaila au e pai hou i In Hoku Loa, i kc ia hebedoma i kela hebedoma, a e hooili aku ia oukou i na dala 4 no ka makahiki. Ke manao nei au, e nui ana pa ha ko oukon ma kemake e lawe i ka pepa hou aku o ka ma kahiki 1S37. E hai mai ana ia oukou i na mea i hanaia ma na aina e. Eia ka mea e hoomaha ii;i ai i ke pai ana, no ka hana nui o ke pai ana no na haole, i ka manawa e ku mai ai na moku Okohola i ke awa, aole no e pau ia'u na hana. Aia a hiki mai ka mea pai...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 September 1856

U 1 r i I Mil ; iHSffiSs ! I r I Ir PUBLISHED WKRKLV Bl t IIEMIY 31. WHITNEY. 5 HONOLULU, HAAVAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 25, 1S56. SIX DOLLARS PER AWUM. VOLUME 1. 13. IP . THS PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, Beware of a silent dog and still water. It is not easy to straighten in the oak the crook that grew in the sapling. There is many a good wifb who cannot dance or sincr well. You. will never have a friend if you must have one "Without a failing. " That's the end of my tail," as the tadpole said when he turned into a bull-frog. Sammy, why don't your mother mend that rip in your trousers?" " Oh, she's gone to the sewing circle, to make clothes for poor children!" At what time of life may a man be said to belong to the vegetable kingdom? When experience lias made him sage. A Yankee editor says : The march of civilization is onward onward like the slow but intrepid tread of a jackass towards a peck of oats." If you wish to attract attention, go into church come Suttdayy after the servic...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 September 1856

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1S5G. VTs have to note another very quiet week in general trade. Most sales have been made throusu the auction-rooms, and to a large amount at fair rates on time from 2 to 4 month3 credit. Cash sales are made at very low figures, not Bufficient to cover cost and charges. There have been only two arrivals from foreign ports the Frances Palmer and Pampero, both from San Francisco. The Pampero !s in balluit, and we hoar, will . it-main here to take a cargo of oil and bone for the U. S. ; besides her, the John Gil pin and Gladiuior arj expected at this port soou, t3 lo;l ell. The Frances Palmer brings about 150 tons of merchandise, in cluding 1G00 qr-saeks of flour. The brig Ellenita, which sailed , on Sunday last for au Francisco, carried a fair freight, Includ ing about 100 tun sugar. BLEF A2;D rCRK Liitte d 'maud muall7 exists for ihes-2 articles, excupt In the fall shipping scaioa for the supply of the whale-ahips. The packing of Haw aiian beef Is now systemati ...

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. — 25 September 1856

i 3- I r 9 r I I! general satisfaction. They may be briefly summed up - follows : San Juan to become a free port under the sove reignty of Nicaragua ; the Mosquito Indians to be concentrated on a territory clearly defined as to ex tent, and an annusJ pension to be paid to their chief; England to restore Island Ba' to the State of Hondu ras ; Belize to remain in possession of the English, viiih. the same limits as in 1850 ; lastly, a portion of territory to be taken across Central America in or der to establish a communication between the two oceans. The Duke of Cambridge has been appointed Com-mader-in-Chief of the Army, and Lord Palmerston is decorated with the vacant garter. On the 16th July the Queen reviewed 14,000 Cri mean troops at Aldershott Camp. John Frost, the Chartist exile, had rejoined his family, residing near Bristol. - A true Bill has been found against James Sadlier of the Tipperary Bank. Smith O'Brien, the exile, lately returned from Australia, and is residing on h...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 September 1856

Off r -Li -V .- o L f ' ' i Hi ' : f ?! I 5 1 1. i1 i 4 4 . - t- .f i .4 V 1 I I ) - 1 t : 3IARY. The Nantucket Inquirer say3 : A friend has kindly favored ns vrith an extract of a letter received by the steamer froia C.ellao, which s:iys : The bark Eliza, Capt. Phillips, nuw at Call to, reports that while in sight of Saten Land to the northward, he sailed a whole day through large bodies of sperm whales, and as far as he could sec, for miles around, the whole ocean was covered with thcra. Through the whole day he felt that Ins ship was in danger, as his deck was wet with the spray from their spouts, so near were they t lus vessel. dipt. 1 Rio trader, and having seen sperm whiles the River La Platte knowj them well, lie is an old often off s-iya the 1 1 number was beyond conception." Island of Tristan D'Actnua. Advices received in England from Simons lViy, Cape of Good Hop?, dated on April 18, s:iy : The Frolic, 12, dipt. Xol loth, is in Table Iiav, having n few days since arriv ed ...

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. — 2 October 1856

' . , s ' . If 7 I Slip P 1 Bffi f it PUBLISHED WEEKLY' BY ? HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 2, 1856. (SIX DOLLARS PER AXXUMi i VOLUME 1. NUMBER 14. HENRY IT 31. WIIiTXEl. J n i it. fi I! TH2 PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser From a lute English paper. SATURDAY NIGHT. Whoa all our we.k-day toll is o'er, And evening softly glideth in, And hushed is labor's busy hum, The Sabbath doth legin. It matters not what Laws decree, Or how the doctors wu decile ; We feel that S.ibbath is begun, Our work is laid aside. All other evening bring their cares, - , Our Kotloua lliouglitd UiH'l la'xjrintj on. To-morrow's dawn will wake to toil, Our rest will soon be gone. But now, the business of the week Is finished. And the sweet repose Of coming Sabbath rest begins, And time serenely flows. We lay our dusty garments by, Resign ourselves to balmy sleep ; No visions of to-morrow's cares Among our slumbers creep. Or if a thought c" morrow comes, While floating toward the land of dreams, It is a soothin...

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. — 2 October 1856

THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 155-3. We hare to notice the arrival this week of two merchant ves sels British bark Avery, 123 daj9 from Liverpool, and British brigantiae Recovery, from Vancouver's Island ; the latter ti loaded wi:h 'sakaoa and shingles. The Jvery triads a well elected cargo cf. about 500 tora merchandise, which we learn haa nsstly met a good, demand, and found purchasers. The Frzxcss FcZnv, having been re-coppared and fitted, la laid on the berth f;r San Prazciseo, and will gall on Thursday nrrt. We r??r?t to have to g to press without any news frcm the Ochotsi fleet. It is probablv owing solely to the weaker, which has been a dea 1 calm for ten days, thct none have as yet arrived. Last year, up to October 2, we had at this port 17 arrivals cf whale-ships from the north, at LaLaina th.re were 12, and at Hi.? one, making a total of thirty against se ccix arrivals thus far Ibis season. There are probacy fifty whIi-shlps now within week's sa3 cf this pert. Should a report fr;m the...

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. — 2 October 1856

O IVI I S O E Ii Ii ilU E O TJ S . SHIPPING. AUCTIONS. MISCEIiLAUSO'LTS. HOUSES 8c ZiAIID, 61 a T $ i : i Sr j I I 1 1 i 1 V OFFERS FOR SALE, at the Store recently ooeupied by Capt. James 3Iakee, on Queen-stref t, a full assortment f Ship Chandlery, Hardware, &c, consisting of HIUDWARE, &e. Anchors, chain cables, ships' cabooses, Try work knee?, caboose iron, Iron and copper tacks, assorted sizes, brass screws, " 44 Lamp and screw hooka, ring screws, Brass and iron staples and hooks, brasi and iron butts, Chest hinges, hooks and hinges, barrel bolts, Improved tower bolts, square bolt3, chest handles. Door knobs, mortice, rim and dead locks, drawer locks, Bras3 and iron padlocks, augers, saws, screw drivers, Callipers, try squares, nippers, rules, guages, pod augers, Gimblet?, chisels, hammers, saw-setts, aw, hatchets, Iron and steel squares, sheath knives, spring allances, Mincing knives, sugar, butter and cheese triers, Coopers' tools of all descriptions, butcher knives, Be...

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. — 2 October 1856

C i' 1 i axfy pacific lEIjaknmu J list. B. W. FIEIiB, OFFERS FOR SALE, OF MERCHANDISE received by late -rivals from tha United States, the fol lowing named articles : DRY GOODS. Muslin de Laines, Taney Lawns. Turkey Red Chintz, India Satin, Corah Hdkfs, Chrome orange Prints, green do, Taney prints, blue Drills, blue Flannel, orange Sheeting, Sattinets, green Sheetinss, Irish Linen, Swiss null checks, White and grey Blankets, Madras Ildkfs. CLOTIIIXtt. SEERSUCKER COATS, WHITE WOOL SHIRTS, WHITE WOOL DRAWERS, FANCY CALICO SHIRTS, BRO. DRILL DRAWERS, WHITE DRILL DRAWERS, STRIPED WOOL SHIRTS, WOMEN'S COTTON HOSE, - GREY WOOLEN SHIRTS, GREY WOOL DRAWERS. LINEN CHECK SHIRTS, CASSIMERE PANTS, RED I' LAN N EL S1IIRT3, BLUE FLAN NEL SII IKT3, RED FLANNEL DRAWERS. Date and Tort ARRIVALS. of I Vessel Names Caiiam- 2 3! Sj I Lahalnn, Au 23, HARDWARE. Tinman's tools, . Axe hatchets, Ear3 ass'd iron, Casks sad irons, Sheath knives, Cooking stores, Hunt's shovels, . Cast steel hoca, Boiler iron, C...

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. — 2 October 1856

' i i 1 t 1 V "V, ' v h s r it a. J: THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser Continuation of Foreign Summary. Spaix. A formidable insurrection had broken out in Spain. The embroglio compelling Espartero Oceaxic Telegraph. The great problem of plac ing the old -world and the new in a telegraphic con nection is soon to be tested. It has been shown by Lieut. laury that between Newfoundland and the coast of Ireland there is, for a considerable portion of the distance, a comparative elevation of the bottom, "Which he denominates the telegraphic pi ateau. Along thi3 it is proposed to carry the wires of the subma rine telegraph ; the distance between these two points is a little over 1 ,000 geographical points. In the view of Lieutenant Maury, there is no reason wLy this great work cannot be completed in one year from the present time. The wire can be made during the approaching winter, so as to be in rcadncs3 for the laying down next spring. It was upon the plateau above noticed that the Brooke...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 9 October 1856

i Ml N if if ; I FI n J?tTBIASIIED WEEKLY KVi iIERY 31. WIIITMil". J HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 9, 1856. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 15. I r THE PiiCIFZO Commercial Advertiser. Agricultural Otic. BY WM. C. BHTAN'T. Far back in ages The plough with w reaths was crowned, The bands of kings and sages , Entwine I the chaplet round ; Till men of spoil Disdained the toil By which tho world was nourished, And blood and pill igc were the soil In which their Iaurcl3 flourished j Now the world hr fault despairs The "guilt that sUiins her story, ittl weepi hor crimes amid the cares 'ihat fjraed her earliest glory. The throne shall crumble, - The diadem shall .wan'?, The tribes of earth shall humbla The pride f ihosj who reign, " And war shall lay c J - His pomp away ; The fume that her jcs cherish, The glory, earned in deadly fray Shall fade, decay, and perish. Honor waits o'er all the earth, Through endless rent-rations The art that calls the harvest forth And feeds the e...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 9 October 1856

V i ,1 ii l I S- .1;,. lit' : ?1 L.. 1-1 i i : v 3 i j r ' ft 4 i - . ' 1 I ir 8- if : :- 4r if :1 if J'vy r 4i - 5!l t . 1 1 i .1 POUT OF IiilJIAISJ., T&dLTJl. - " 7?X2JlVX:SIX4F, OCT. 8, 1S56. During' the past four creeks we hare hid very little change to uote la the business of this port. Produce has found purct 9era . or been shipped to Sau Francisco early after its receipt here, so that there has been no accumulation in the market. The arrival of four whale ships and two merchant barks has given some better feeling. The cargo of the Metropolis, from Columbia River? consists wholly of lumber and "one hundred barrels flotir. The Fanny Zlajor brings thirty-two passengers, and a lare assorted cargo, about eighty tons of which she left at Lahaina. We notice, in her list of passengers, tha nam of Judge Chandler, U. S. Consul at Lahaina. COFFEE. Stock in market small and holders firm at 13c (3 14c. The new crop will soon be coming In. SUGARS. The stock here 13 from 150 to 200 tons...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 9 October 1856

J 4 v LI -j i i !4 .a I TA The Hard arid Soft Shell factions, so long existing in the Democratic party of New York, met at Syra cuse July SOth, and reunited, by the latter branch going crver toihe Hards. They have put in nomina tion Amasa G. Parker as thsir joint candidate for Governor. trerrit Smith has pledged himself to give $1,500 a month during the next year, to aid in making Kan sas a free State. In -addition to this, he gave at the Kansas relief meeting in Albany, 3,000; to the Boston Emigrant Committee, $1,000; at the Syracuse meeting 10,000; besides paj-ing the expense of a hundred picked men to go to Kansas, making in all over 40,000 contributed towards establishing freedom ia that Territory. The population of the State of Texas is estimated at 600,000. The great breakwater at Holyhead, England, may be classed among the gigantic works of modern times. The two portions united have reached a length of nearly nine thousand feet, requiring five millions tons of stone. This mat...

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