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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 21 October 1858

TZXZ2 PACiriC Commercial! Advertiser. . Tfae Elertrss-Mtasssetlc Telearraip.- The adaptation of the principle of electro-mag-netiani to telegraph purpose has been to rapidlj developed, from its earliest apprehension, up to its and complete triumph in the recent lav ing of the Atlantic cable, that the world has not kept up with it, and even now can hardly realize that this great work has indeed been accom plished. " r Electro-magnetism was discovered bj Prof. Oer ten, of Copenhagen, in 1819. Although its ap plicability to the transmission of telegraphic mes sage was subsequently conceived of. and estab lished by others, it was reserved for our country man, Professor Samuel F. B. Morse, of New York, to make the grand and crowning discovery, which was patented in France in 1838, and in this country in 1840, by the name of the " Amer ican Electro-Magnetic Telegraph." Subsequently, Mr. Alexander Bain patented, in England, his claim for an improved electro-cbemical telegraph, where the me...

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 October 1858

-TOXMERCIAf. ADVERTISER bjlabeel Rtcrr ThnnJy Morsslaar, at Six in rcr PraM ! AdTaaeci rrsfiwrded t :eiiro conn trie will be 27 personam, Mrn the Americas ssts go aad the expense of forward B from Uie omee of pubtatioo- All papers for American para, will ha' American postage stamps oo them, ,,U pfmmt any Aaieriaui postage being collected oo Hrrry. Foreign subscribers, wboprrfer It, can havetheir la-warded through the Hawaiian mails, and wfll be requir , tk, wand post of Sl 04 at tbe Honolulu post office, joi to the above charge of $7. . C7U at waicn nmnsann win. bb cbabces. kaieat sd vertiseseotj (first Inaertioo) per line 10 eta. (ach obaeqarat do.) ieta. V cards, (not exceeding S Hoes) per annum Si 00. f Each additional line) " - 60 et. UT Payable always in advance. X - fc UCD novrumi wimion - ev cis. r Advebtisbb will be charged at the following rate (quan navame at we ena M eacn quarter : aoare (or twenty lines) per quarter i soo suoo S2O00 A37 60 Vwrth of a column per quarter -...

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 October 1858

WSDatSDAT WEltlSG, OCT. 2T, Ws have beta ilMcd to th faaportaaea of the Jarvts Ialand araaoo trad te ilm port of flooohita, which sanst become the head natters for the chartering of ahlpa to toad at thai hv Ital Although Saa Francroo pmwi sosm advantages fcr cbartcriaf, jet Uts bet that every vraad boond to Chin or India can touch at Una port without causing nock drtUiuo, and that aoch vessels do frequently aa touch hero Becking freight, readers It unnn.ii iry to have aa afrnr to B Tran eiaeot It would er njoro tirantareona to the Intereata of tho ooaapany as it win he to the Interest of tor port, to bar on general agency here la Iloootuiu, tot here only can b procured tba lafcorera needed, while pro. biota, water, impkroent. and in fcet verytUnr required In the soccesrfal carrying on of the gaano trade at that bland are here to abundance. Tie dipper ahip ilmry Xonson, chartered at Ihia port, aaO ad sa Thursday last for Jarvis bland, (Mating- the ftrthcarro bound beta. Sbr wS probab...

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 October 1858

luue ofkirtne iooe uc iTtwa-hl j Cost, of the Atlantic Cablc.,-! to owners, masters ami oEicers nu found the sailor. Comparatively nothing..- He rr looked upon ' as an inferior and a de nj;' made but to toil, suffer and ; die' for Io man who is a man will despise' seamen ) them of their ill-paid '. labors,'- or misuse kipboard or ashore. A man who would do per rich in money he might be,- is unfit to Tree and equal laws of oar coun try . founded ociples of that ever-enduring declaration of ' - . 1 , m . n, mar, au men arc created iree ana to better the condition of seamen it is ne- ' start at the foundation of the eviL. I quote report of the American. Seamen's Friend Cl85C : f '. y,T. First appoint captains and officers capabl Bjoent, moral, trustworthy, hoBaa men who hT i ccwmiin? others by a gorernment of Jaws.- let it i that dod others Med apply. foes more routa and more comfortable quarters in L hUwairandUctarbeaTeabrauhinciMoit. rfhsaus stoves far wurmlng chilled limbs and dry t...

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 October 1858

Commercial Advertiser. FiwntlM Alto California. . , ,,-LATER FROM CHINA. , Tretfea with tfcw C rmt P rera , SLjw.es AllKkMCMWb By th bsxk Early Bird, CapL Cook, which at nvsd at this port yesterday, we have news mm uong Knag to the 29th Jnrv, S3 dsjs Uter Uuta prevsoaa advice. Tuatt with thb U. 8. A new treaty was con- claded on the 18th Jane, at Tien-tan, between China . im i ue initea antes, auuater oecu u wire uc. aod Kwei-Itang and Hwashana on the other, repre seating we two governments. The folio wins; is the substance of the treaty as reported by the Dritnd of China, the omitted articles being a mere repetition or. articles in our present treaty: ." Article 1 Provides for ceneral peace and a stipu lation for good offices of the United States in case of difficulty with other powers. - Art. 2 Provides for the deposit and record of the Treaty at Pekin and Washincton. Art. 3 The official publication of Treaty at Pekin and in the provinces by Imperial authority. Art. 4 Direct corre...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 28 October 1858

i i - THE PACIFIC Commercial r Advertiser. Makaira Cwremnm at case. daTrn in tho State of Maine, who lias oar thanks for his attention, henHs as a Jpj of the Maine Ikangelist for Aaznet 7. 1858, puhlinhed at Lewiston, .Maine, mntainine a. muitJa of letters from Rev. J . S. a x . - Creen, who, it wouW appear, has again entered the arena, with qafll in MnJ," to overhaul the movements of the Polynesian, Commercial, et ce tera. We extract so much of the letter of April 22 as is of local interest,' which will probably be read with quite as much interest here as in the corner of the United States where Erst published. Makattao, Mai i, Uawaiiax Islands, . '- ' April 22.1, 1858 ,f .- Nearlj one-third of the year has ptaaed away, vet I have not spoken through your columns to my friesi in Maine. . Let me commence at once by telling you of the state of things at Hawaii, and in the Pacific, so far as I know of anything new or interesting. If space and time allow, I may then leap the Rocky Mount...

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 November 1858

I THE PACIFIC" Sf HERC1AL ADTERTISEn, ,et Every Thar-astey Moe-Miai. at Six , prr Am rirski ! i'Taicc. .. , forwarded to fcreieoiiatrles vfflbs $7persasaai, , tb American postage and the expense of forward Mn the B- of pahUcattoo. A papers for America p porta, win e Americas postage stamps oa them, prrr-nt any Americas poetare being eutlecterf on as TO ADVKttVlStis'XD tirrtlIBEnn OMtnariea, faaeral tavKaltoaa and naticfes S walna ions tateaded only ts bensftl as aridnsJ'beis,wUsscsied ss sdvertlsrssests. ' - . Advertlsisssnfs displayed inlsfsr tvps tasssl,sresut jMt fc iMrvter AwtsstveA ; ' " 1 - - " . sjfrwiaCTipttnw tar tits Cwsnerrisl Adssstissr satd Adver-.. jsaustnts are payable nrtiUM.1 IS asvsacs. , 13-No tnuiaient advsrtiamanU wffl W laaerled. rSXSSS ras aA0. ' - ' - ' t ' '' i J i v '3. . ' CotTaspsudence frota sfl parts of the Fscrts . wM slwsys W r.irrtirn sunacrrara, wa w. can nave inor ripled through the Hawaiian mail, ami will be requir bland postare of SI 04 at the Ho...

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 November 1858

cozjzxsnoxiix.. - trEnitESDJT KrEfittra, xor. s, mis. i.- -'- .... . .. - Skscw ear tut w r, we report, up to Twnliy evening, the arrival ifSt rtrtri at lb nriov porta, with an aggregate of :I70 Ms sperm aad title oil as the season's catch. We m tke Bp Ute average of right whalers thus far, as tuOon : 450 sllO 94 whalers, previoasry reported, sailed Tsr 3a Prudrmf report, as given last week. " aJravav KTOa ths was t ' IloawWs, ii vessria, kafltna; 17.40 1 films. . , s .--n . aio Hits, -. 2,100 52,770 f-MBC Mai of 130 right whalers arrived the 6w. with an a- r otate af 74.40 barrels, which ataaaa aa average of 674 barrrJe Isaacs, showing aa waproveaoent ca that reported hat week, whack was MS baneav TvaofaarBooalaia v balers the bark Harmony and brig ft'' fca r wianied darins; the week with very bandsonM itches. The value of each of these cargoes, is Eastern ports, cnaaot be snack tern than $45,000. Both of them have aa uno roaRy large amount cf bone, taken partly m trade. The Kauai,...

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 November 1858

a. ii trp ra uuuw ma-- tu- .;rht Viixl of a steamer, sl. would do 'more to anrarel this U unjrle than snjtuing else. - wy we nm- ; , lnn:r swiB- 1 ...to rraat" If any of your mtaus -TClUa practical my m grawea., U would ntM-mtinff than valuable mu v : - r u Twtie in existence. On Hawaii nei rrenvu - of nJ soar grasses are mm 's i j vi 'lv vf the 'V ' .l.-r a. manner not to the leanness , - - f . r.rasiers are bea-inning to leet atarmeu T Zntodo otu,, something to aert the F J . l... .vi.minirlit understand- the matter, and no concur u. - lD K-w.w.mld be especially valuable v on me . . . . U. Stir up the sarans. 1 uo not presume to n A. nal mn!rftl licrht OIiIt t .how a ioj o"1-" r o . . tne iu tuu v. m . " ... - It ,1 - I notice it w iwmw-s uj u wui Jo I f, nAtiTe grasses, oetier i suspect taau r : Do any of your readers know that U pawing is succeeded by a dense growth of WLd k'ukat Puaa (say nothing of other C i nual in highth and sweetness to Timothy li ton? Fact a i- " oU gnuing...

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. — 4 November 1858

Coifimercjal Advertiser. TBsw Salai NaSw. BT A ECTISID ATXDRitKY. Except tbai be Indulged too freely In the use of the" intoxicating cap. Jobs Wallace wm a a honest, high ' - avinrturl sod exemplary man. . Ilia on great fault hang like dark shadow over hie many Tirtaee. He meant well, and when he was sober be, did welL He was a hatter by trade,' and by industry and, . thrift had aoqvired money sufficient to build the bouse in which be lived. He had purchased it several years before for three thousand dollars, paying one, thousand down, and securing the balance by mortgage to the seller. . The mortgage note was almost due at the time the circumstances made me acquainted with the affairs ; of tlka famfljv. "- But Wallace was ready for the day ; he had Bared up the money; there appeared to be no possibility ef an accident. I was . well acquainted with Wallace, having done little collecting, and drawn up some legal documents for him. One day his daughter Anne came to my office in great ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 November 1858

snnpr?iLisRnisErrjr ttod itihiib iPAccnipnc . thd PAoinc Commercial Advertiser, Mr uMakawa Crrcai v , The following letter of Rev. J. S. Green had escaped oar notice until oar attention wu called po it bj the last Polynesian but on looking over ur exchanges we find a copy of the Puafic. re erred to, and republish entire the letter criticised j the Polynesian, in response to a general equest, as tbej Bay, notwithstanding per ianal allusions to. the publisher. That . we uv opposed to Mr. Green's mode of warfare, was ihown in our issue of Not. 10, 1857, in which Ve maintained that his course in dabbling into jolitical affairs degraded him in the ey.s of all ienaible men, and tended to cast odium on the loble work of missions in which he is engaged, rbe manner, howerer, in which the Polynesian attempts to gag him by allowing him only an tx 'a te hearing, is mean, to say the least, and un worthy of one who sets himself up as gifted with rreat critical acumen. In order to gire a fair iari...

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. — 11 November 1858

3 IMEIMIAL ADVERTISER, JmnI Every Tfciy Maralas;, at 8I to ADrnsTtrras att3 rrrrrcrtr: Oklliailsa, laaniel tortsask sal sa" aer-ea -k.ea.e totonded only to beneat aa todirkluar tm. jia m, m s aU. J a advertiaemeata. - Ailfatsnssssa dLspayad la sargwr type tbaasJ, sat , jeot to asavter ai gi'B. t - i .-,-.--T . -i . - C7 Subscription for the Oniiarlfil AAvertkar sa4 Aiver- amenta are payable dvabiablt ib asvabcs. ' TTNo trauateat advertiaaenU win h iaaerted, SBLBM PBS sans..- v '- ,-. j -... i -' -" t V -.CT Csmspsndsnei teats all saHSattbs Passi via always -.rvvrj'acoepUble, , ,i .n 4t COMUlICIALPnJNTING OFFICC. . i '. FLAHi AJr VAsTCT ' .' u ' . BOOK AND JOB PH INT I NO - BOOK8, '. . ., .- BILLS OF aXCT VQR,. CATAIXMtrRS. S.1LL8 CV LALiivA, . ' BILL HBADS, - " ' - - CtNtCLAR t LA NO r-J- CIRCULAR, - RaAA.CaVr JJR,. :i s... AUCTIONBILLS, HA DULLS. ,a PAMPHLETS, I OHIUi 'ui XT TTSTTINO, BCSINU, ANT ADDaJ CARDS ' pnnted on a 'Yankee Card araa," ia tbe Ugaaw, un ef tas art.-' --. ' '- ...

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 November 1858

JU I i 1 ? 1 t . . ' : ' I oonunaoiAL. WMnittSDAT zmrttno, jror. is, is. Wa alaadaa briefly I t wak to Uss faiportjaioii a hlp atorea Cram Sew Bedford, bat the importance mt a r(;rht aodcnUadinx of the ntbjcc on tha put of ship-owners leads us to add afcw , words. It to bow arrvrml yeara roc ahip-ownera ia New Bed font aad New LootVr rommenced the pUn of sending oat itti ' far Otdr ship m the North radfte whato-Asbery, awdl as beef, pork, towttnaa, floor, bread, slope, whaling gear, etc, and the jatea haa, bo doubt, worked to their advantage, aa it to atill eeaUraed aad to yearly oo the locreaae. Tola ftUl we hare had the Harriet Jessie. Momtr.sa& Qladiotor loaded almost entirely with arfcahawn'i stores, while the Mountain Wo' cargo rmlalisnl a larre proportion of soch goods. WhUe it to all wefl aaoagb to aand oat sweat articles as are difficult to be ob tmiewd hrre, It to certainly a ataUer of sorpriaa that shipowners shoald fsrslat la sending oat to thia port large svppfies of...

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. — 11 November 1858

come an established institution, and eren anient seems to have no other mode of live- .he ease of Mr. Eacaodon exemplifies gun In hie degree. lie was imprisoned because he b lend the GoTerament a sum of money on nf hand eiren by the priests. His libera- iTected by his friends paying the amoant lis consent, and then the official journals i for his great enterprise and "pub lie spirit. J seem, from the tenor of our letters from l that an early change is expected there, pst of the general prostration, three or four B TJlOtlinjr w tow ipva - wnr, vai laere be no C nance ior tueir success. XiOOKing ' i .. 1 V , - vemeuts from aa outside point of view, wo uu u uuun, now at cnn iiuui i -r IT! I o - - " - iuld effect a junction with Deeouado. who in the West, ana the two should really efforts, they will soon lead their forces to Mexico. At present, tdo&rn seems to Ut chance of winning. Casi Allaalie Side. STIC TELEGRAPH. the papers contain the Telegraph little information aoout V & ...

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. — 11 November 1858

7- a ' l ' ; ' ' 'i O. f V AV V IV: 9 4 Commercial Advertiser, i i t OlvTiP. U-J'ZIZ1 ) Be a straight as any flag-stalf, only nineteen years old; Tor toeruias,lhe wide Mlt W left hie wp dear, j r 1 And ay heart it is a enet 1 tn because ae Isn't here. J Hi pi rl fats they hounded him, mil for la be a carpenter, ,; But t in aring life ha did very match prefer; tat his spirit was tremendous and fierce to behold, ( Tor a young Baa bred a carpenter, only nineteen yean old. j Ob, ay bososa it tne ti d, just like the raging sea. For sear that hie anee-ihl sns donl still pint to j For a toreyar ha sad get la each port, I am told, ' ' Xapadaly fcm young Baa only aineUen years aid. ' 1 : - ..-- And IT my dear hus-bi-end be Derer will be, Bet lay a eoid ccapua la the bottom of the sea,. . . ,. Ob. the weeds af a widow, so frightful to heboid, I would wear for aiy aaOenr boy, only nineteen year old. t : and Rs oh far say loreyer I grievs and repine, Ftr fcar that this young Ban will barer be M...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 November 1858

JIJL .ill! i Commercial Advertiser. Q." VleiruB Recent Viall tm Fri M I i I I r I i J t j " WftU tnT to our renders -that the London Times, and th ;t ier organ of the supposed sentiment "of Kngland, were dcciJedljr opposed to Victoria's. ucccjtance of Louis .Napo leon's invitation to visit Cherbourg. .Yet the good sense of Victoria at once perceived the vat importance of not declining bucIi an invitation. As is well said, the siee of the world uiiht depend upon hvr declination : or acceptance. Napoleon lias Ikxji for months in that condition of irritation that he might have bern mortally I offended by her refusal. His' vanity has lievn lnimensely gratined, and his speech at the royal banquet shows that he in now in a more placable mood th he has been in -many months. - Had tho QrEEx, like her obstinate grandire George III., surlily refused the courtesies of a Napoleon,' it would have been treasured up, until the day of vengeance should come around. Earl Cow lit, the Uritish amWwu-.I...

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. — 18 November 1858

I - TOE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,. aallaMeal Evr-ry Tbwrsaussy Meralws;, mt Six Almr Vr Aaaaaa. Parable ia Adraaec 'papers forwarded to foreign countries will be $7 per annum, I cover the American postage and lh expense of turward p from lbs smea of punlicsion. All papers for Aaaorican C,pean porta, will ha American postage scamps on them, ' will prevent soy American portage being collected ca livery. Fweigu subscribers, who prefer it, can hare their a forwarded through the Hawaiian malls, an 1 will be rronir mt toe IsUad poars af 1 04 at Uat Honolulu post office, liuon to the above charge of f 7. , tu at waicn itrirmoiint will bs ciiicro. urw Vs Suisteu an us iiiui.1 iwn; per nnr era. (Esa suosequeut uo. -. . . a . Sets, cards, (not exceeding 8 lines) per annum f 5 00. (zttea sKUtmal line) BOcU. H r Payable always ia adraace. Jt - advUL, (not exceeding-10 lines space) first inaertluo $1 00. I. aacn nncqixa snserison a eta. bit Apvsbtejsbs will be charged at the following rates...

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. — 18 November 1858

conzcssnciAZ.. r-tr r-TT-r y- o. W ZDS USD A r jCrZAl.SG, If Or. IT, 1848. , i I ; r- ... i ...... . mane the Ull nasnn it well advanced, wkals- shlps an enwiing ia wry tardily from tLs Ocaid.k. -. Ws (apart MaiaaarrlvsalBjnmewrlastsaKaa. Cp to this daM these have . arrivad at the varioms parts of these Islands, as tr aa rrportrd. 10 rigbt wfcatnv hailing- a toul at V7.4&S barrels of Bctar and aawra. ail m Ufa seastaVscasck, and MS1,2M ft mm i v bmi waalti-s, " sotal of X700 hots spina oO cm board. Caw 145 right whaler give an svvragw of MO bate oil aad 7,383 ate baas to eaca WL aUhourh the arc tea shir efcaB," or .... ...-.. . . .-. - re aaeat festx-fiva vasla to antra ywt trass tba aorta, br wwranng iMt Enowa i tin goes past urn iwi SwnThern ondaej Tba inrm which we cIt abova will be altered somewoat by tbe chips yet to arrive, bat will probably at win, IB baia. " ' Skips graniallr have been abl to prwenrs) wrerything wasted wkhoot deiar, and meat of the vessels bars stopped i...

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. — 18 November 1858

pposal orth London Misstonary Society to C. ri.KtknaI missionaries to India within G was made, hti the - London Patriot; ree month since; and yet four-fifths of the fmore than one half of the estimated means lj at the disposal of the Director. h C of Pwtagal has recently issued decrees r ? k .i:ul . l neen province of Angola, and prospectively (re mafnder of the Portuguese colonies, the Vr female slaves hereafter born being; de- L vears. Some of oar doctors of divinity (sent to instruct his Catholia majesty better Vaties to blacK men - son of the Elector of Hesse, who some tarried an actress by the name of Birnbantu, Vit hoot the knowledge of his fUher, and jfed in exile.. U endeavoring to obtai n a ion with his parent. He offers to separate fife, and the latter is willing to consent to . nmvLlinir an indemnity tit fiO Oftrt fPIIJClll, o f Mid her. The large debts contracted . by Jaring his exile rentier the solution or this difficult. Galigna n i. 3 or the MicnoKCors. The mould of ...

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. — 18 November 1858

I I t I i I c Commercial Advertiser, The Atiasule CaMe. Th tOning Ode, ky Mr An 8. Stephens, was W? 'rkJkuTnu Society at the Tei Aim -"Star Spmnglrd Banner." Oh, say mt ke M tanas werv brighter tfana these, ' MMtri were torn truaa the ass lim s tk F the ocean, the Mann, or the breese. rwtfrwWrpoilMt wh wartlrsawIssawW'tB -tm Om hattkcHsad Bght, pon pass to the stgh, '-' When Ac pea wMd. ft rover, or thought Kelt It mrjhf ;' Sow mind reigns triumphant where slaughter has been, "r . Oh, God Mess ear President? " God save the Qaeen ! let the joy of the world in rirh harmony rise, ' -"t'"Ui Let the sword keep its sheath, and tbe cannon its thunder Jiow Intellect leisetfc than the earth to the skies, t And sefanee finks nations, that war sUaH not sunder-.,. 4 aera-uss niu gtfll wen. and the p-arls a nawus in ore uroafn we ratnotnlrss deep : Saw ssasAyasgD Moitpoant where slaughter Jtaabeen, Oh, God bless our Pirsideut ! God tare tbe Qneea M KliemlheanaHorjeatenUjBVwded tbe weat,PTjt Oar ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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