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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 9 April 1857

; 4 SI AM is HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 0. 1857. SIX DOLLARS I'Elt AXU.M. VOLUME I. XL' MIS Kit 11. WW lV iv v 1 1 in in Ill www - V V V 7 ri tt 4 I PUBLISHED WEEKLY 12 V ? HENRY M. WHIT.VEY. 5 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. FOREIGN NEWS. The II wan i correspondent of the Courier an I Enquirer states that Dr. K;ies health is improving. It is reported that in some parts of Wisconsin snow is drifted ten feet "deep. Some one says the London lmcsm valued at three million seven hundred and forty thousand dollars. Its chief editor has a salary of twenty-five thousand dollars a year, and its Paris correspondent ten thou sand dollars.' The Toronto Colonist has heard that a company of men from the United States intend to start a daily newspa'per in London to advocate United States prin ciples. A sllver-hilted sword bearing on each side the figures of a thistle, lioii rampant, and the date 1G00 and a steel helmet, have been dug up at'Flodden. Mrs. Partington is enjoying a trip to N...

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. — 9 April 1857

cozvrrvisziciiiii. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1S57. The principal topic of interest in commercial circles the past week has been the mysterious arrival of the Bchooner General Morgan from San Francisco with every vestige of news from that city and the coast closely locked up in the breast3 of the Captain and Solitary passenger. Something indicated that the news must be of great importance, and visions of reciprocity treaties, reduced tariffs and Chinese wars flitted before the ex cited imaginations of cur merchants. Ilokkrs of sugary co.Tte and the like mentally added fraction after fraction to their asking price, till some &5 ier cent advance was reached, and then half feared that a deputation lroni the General Morgan might in vade tkeir premises and ear off in triumph their parcels of pro duce. Nothing serious hapiened however beyond the immedi ate purchase for the San Francisco market of an insignificant parcel of sugary the only fot of consequence in the market, at about 8Jc ; and ...

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. — 9 April 1857

JL i1 .1 tm tm tit 1: 5 i i Y. ylll It blOt lUVJltlV-nUVlU VI . rivht. so far as slavery or any other matter of g Ylll v X " ' 7 - onle of the territories are protected in tbeir 1 t of self-government from all interferences from vi; abroad, on the old .Tacksonian doctrine of F, tiothinc that is not ricrht. and submittincr to klllyi. " f(1 tilW il'lIUllllOUilUUU Ul 11112 L.U)vlllUlCUl DU UO IU Llucc the corrupting influence of its patronage, by -ailing into the public offices men of honest character !mi emineut abilities. lie win recognise anu give a wiue uircciicn to uiai tural impulse of the democracy-which sees in the V ice tension of our territory tho true elements of our 41-Gt power ana tnc saiety ana perpetuity 01 tiie union. With these leading principles and objects to guide him, we predict for Jauie3 Buchanan an administra wliich shall revive the glories of Jcflersonian and id JaCKSOIliau cias, una mai, vrucuuis iuui ui umcu i 6hall close, he will return to the shades of Whea...

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. — 9 April 1857

fist. (May al e nun s lAi piping C lie llortl) iHtifit 1 " z it : t : TV ?. s. f M li .! si It IS 7 r j ' i - ! . 1 1 t 11 .1 : r, ' 11 ; i y. - '. ' ! 3 " i ;i Whole Am'nt j Seasons Date and Tort of Vessels Names Captain, f 1 . Vcyag on bd j Catch REMARKS. Arrivals- la c J SpWh Sp I SpWhBone : Honolulu, Nov 12 " 44 12 Honolulu, Nov. 6, IIouolulu, Nov 12 Lahaina, Oct. 20, Honolulu, Nov 12 Arrived at S. F. Lahaina, Nov. 4, Honolulu, Nov 10 Honolulu, A. 4, Honolulu, Nov 14 Honolulu, Oct. 5, Hilo, March 19, Honolulu, July 9, Honolulu, Mar 24 Honolulu, Dec 13 Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Jan. 30, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Honolulu, Nov 13 Honolulu, Mar 25 Hilo, March 8, Lahaina, Nov. 12 Hilo, Nov. 12, Hilo, March 12, Honolulu, Apl. 5, Honolulu, Nov 13 44 13 At San Francisco Lahaina, ilar 23, Hilo, Nov. 12, Lahaina, Mar 20, Lahaina, Nov. 12 Lahaina, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Nov. 2, Honolulu, Oct 10, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Lahaina, Nov. 17 Honolulu, Nov 22 Honolulu, Ap 5. Hilo, March 21, Honolulu, Apl. 3, Lahain...

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. — 9 April 1857

mn 3HISCJJIiI.ANEp.U8.T 12;. O ACKF12II-& CO ; OFFER FOR SAIE AX 1SVOJCB OF ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN GOOltf, just received, per UA11U, from. Bremen, consisting in part as follows : Dry OooI, Sec ' , Bales mourning prints, fancy prints, printed jacconets, Printed ninslin, muslin robea, musUn de laine, spot moslin, Embroidered muslin dresses, book muslin, Ladies' morning dresses, shirtings, white cottona, MaMapollau3, glughani3, cotton umw, puuinaa, bw, Bed quilts, thibet, linen, linen ami woollen damask, j Cambric slurts, liuea table-covers and napkins, j Woollen table and piano covers, Liaen cambric- handkerchkfa, &c, &c. Black ad cord, watered silk, black and coi'd satins dk dress patterns, embroidered crape shawl Barege shawls, grange do., silk and lace mantillas, !Mlk marabouts, ladies' mantles, silk bed-eoxen, - . . . Silk and satin ciavats, silk corahs, . . i, ... ' Fancy silk and satin ribVous, Velvet ribbons, ladies silk hose, silk parasols, . - .-, Silk umbrell...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 9 April 1857

I, !.r a - ' .i I j jj il M "r ii; - If if.: Hi V 3 11 11 ! 1 I- i. 3 - -.' 3. . i ". - "1 . . . i .; vv . 4. , ; i; 'ij' It i . 1 1 V :.r. o 4t T. . r. t 1 ;M 3 , - ' - '- y f ., t . f w-hatexer with the poorer classes actually despising everything not possessed of golden attractions. - ' r ?rythin? not possessed of golden attractions. - r One dav it vis twenty years from tie time the warsof tfeV'voung Irishman became divergent, Leary was sitting in his connting-rooci, irhen tT) natives of tLe Emerald Isle, a man and a woman, entered the gtore. They were plainly, hat not roughly dressed. Learv recognized them in an instant; they were Andy and Biddy O'Shanc The sight of them did net give him much pleasure, especially as there were present in his counting-room, two cr three merchants of the frst standings" Go and 'see' -what these people want," he said abruptly, and in clerks. If thev as and can't see them now. ' ! The clerk met Andy and BUJy half-way down thej store. - j IMr. Leary ...

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. — 16 April 1857

PI HLI.SIIEI) weekly by II ENRY M WillTXKY. IK ) N ;LULU, IIAWAI IAN 1 S LANDS, T)r).fT 16, 1S57. SIX DOLLRS PER AXl'M. VOLUME 1. NCMiSEK 4 2 Sis if 1.1 1 t vi I f S r.uppf KfM' 'ie u-i lowing 'e.iutlful line have L-een sent in mum script to 113 for Insertion. They breaths the spirit of true poey, though realera luuy diifcr aa to the seatinicni? exnressc-;l in tlieni. 41 There is a time, we know not whn, A p jir.t, we know not wh:re, That makes th? destiny of mcu To glory or despair. Thr-re i5 a line by us linden, That cr 3tC3 every path, TIi i hidden bounbiry between God's patience au' Lis wrath. To pass th.it limit is to die, To die- as if by stealth ; It does not quench the beaming ey Or pale the glow of health. Tho conscience may be still at ease, The spirit light and gay 5 That which is pleasing still may plea And care be thrust away. But ou the forehead God hath set Indelibly, a mark Uiiseea by man, fur man as yet I blind and in the dark. And yet the doom'd man's path below Li...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 April 1857

COlVTIVTEROIilli. THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1S57. ginee our last, business oeen tolerably brisk, and some descriptions of goods hare been inquired for. The arriTal of the etfam frigate Tribune created seme little stir in the stock and vegetable market, and a good supply of groceries was also famished her. We have al30 to report the arrival of the bri.s Recover, from Vancouver's, with a cargo of shingles. So other arrivals and no departures daring the week. A large auction sale of goods, ex Gambia, on Thursday, went off briskly, and prices were quite liberal. Produce comes forward slowly from the plantations. The crop of sugar at Koloa is nearly all in. About fifty tons mere will be produced this season. We regret to notice that, in some Instances, coTc-e growers appear to have picked their crops while too green, ia order to hurry it forward to meet a favorable market. Poor policy, this. The schooner General Morgan is loading for San Francisco. Susrar and molasses will form the bulk of her...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 April 1857

ifin wisdom 13 necessary to abate this or any other government nuisance. Such a plea would be the ultimate point of absurdity. Imagine our govern ment in its present state of embarrassment, not to say decay, deferring to reform a paper belonging to and paid for- by the people yet a perfect riddle to twenty-nine thirtieths of them purely, forsooth, be cause it would be rather unceremonious. A paper of the size of the former Kumu or Elele would be of more than sufficient size to publish all that matter now set forth under the head of "By Authority," and also to insert many items regarding the habits and customs of civilized nations, informa tion really useful to the natives, printed in their own language instead of tedious extracts from great Brit ish Reviews of which the editor seems to have sedu lously sought those best calculated ' to do the least gcod, particularly to those capable of judging for themselves. If it is necessary to pay the editor a certain salary, the lessening of 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. — 16 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS IS. W . FIELD OFFERS FOR SALE Of merchandise received hj late arrivals from the United States, the follow ing named articles : DRY GOODS. Pina goods, handkerchiefs and dresses, India satins, corah hand kerchiefs, chrome orange paints, preen do, fancy paints, blue drills, bro. drills, blue flannel, orange sheeting, green do, sattinets, Irish linen, Swiss mull checks, white and grey blankets, CLOTH IXC. Seersucker coats, white wool shirts, white wool drawers, fancy calico shirts, brown drill drawers, women's cotton hose, men's fancy cotton hose, white drill drawers, grey wool shirts, do do drawers, linen check shirts, cassimere pants, red flannel shirts, blue do do, red do drawers, HARDWARE. . Hunt's shovels, tinman's tools, Hunt's axes, bars assorted iron, Hunt's hatchets, casks sad irons, claw " table spoons, cast steel hoes, cooking stoves, boiler iron, tin boilers. XAVAL Chain cables, Manila cordage, Hemp " Spun yarn, Black paint, STORES. Cotton duck, Army Ravens " B...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 April 1857

if JL Jli i 1 ? .? o. 1 11'HTSIIEI WEEKLY TtY HKMtV AT. WlIliTXEr i 1I0N0 LULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 23, 1857. SIX DOLLARS PER AttXUM. - VOLUME li NUMBER 43. !!f m IF il 'ft d!iR-K.-Mi IHh-' -h - I! ,'M-'$''! v-g'MAsia ... M-jliI -it : !-(!-. ill -it J $& ,--n- v . ' -"' . . . ..." J ' i ' . '."-J ' . - - 1 .' ' -' - - . . " . --.-.- . - ! i t t i I V f t f t'- n THS PjClCIPIC Commercial Advertiser, - -1 - . . . . - ' . i . . 1 1 The Bool-BIacli A Story for Hofa " . BT PHI UP BARRETT , . - , liet us, thrrt, b up arxldolnj,' ' . 'With a heart for any fate Still adiievlnjr, still pursuing,;.. - -Ltaru tu lalxir axi to wait.--Lnqft How. About a hundred y&rs ago, there lived in the city (. f Oxlunl, Fugland, a boy whoso name was George. Sie vrus very fwxr so much so. that he was compelled lu clean the boots of the students at the University to o!t.iin mcney with whicn to buy the necessaries . of life. Hid countenance was pne of 'no ordinary ap T eir ince. Hi eyo was keen and p...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 April 1857

m I ;u5 ;i I -r'i f. tli I: '-::' r I - iii H fii US' ; - f if ' " ! p "'" i . - f - if ' I?- f : , . f . t 1) . ; t r? - . v t Mr (if f.'l 1 5 V- r - ! It. I f - i r .'. . . :, - ;; i ' v. i.v. i commehcial. , THURSDAY, APRIL 2 1S57.. TffE past treek has been a quiet one in trade; with the de parture of the Spring fleet of irhalers, business has gradually fallen Off and will shortly relapse into our usual summer's dull ness. Some few articles required for native trade are inquired for. There is but one whaler now in port, and but two foreign merchantmen, an unusually small nunfter for Honolulu, . at any season of the year. - The British. bark Oambia has been unable to raise on bottomry the amount required for necessary repairs and she is advertised for sale at auction on Friday. The Hawaiian brig Advance sailed on Tuesday for the Colum bia river with a cargo of island produce and a number of pas sengers. The next news from San Francisco and the. East will doubtless be very Interest...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 April 1857

. , "" mnimi i mi umiii mm Mi n , m iii.nin i n nr n i.n i in mm i i .i .mi.iii.. mn n 11 n n i im , iiirini ' '" m ill '. t ' milium i I " n-J;" T I John Hyde cut off boot and Branch, and pKLivEUF.D over to TiiK devil. At a recent meeting 0t the S:iiuts(!) at which Bishop lleber Kcmball presided, the subject of John Hyde's apostacy was brought up, resulting" in . his spiritual . decapitation and consignment to the shades below. Bishop Kern ball s iid : . . There is a little matter of business that we'want to 1 iy before this congregation in regard to John Hvde, who went to- the Sandwich Islands on a mission- There are a couple of letters that the breth ren have received; tve shall read a little from them and give you to understand the course he is taking. (The letters were read.) You hear the letters and the testimony of our brethren in regard to John llyde. ivjeh matters, many times", have passed along and wo. have not noticed tbem, but have let men deny the uiih, spunk against it...

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 1857

TV I'j'i I "Hi - U ' m C7 Any vessel cruising in the South Pacific, not in this list, by sendmg'in their reports will; be added to'it. tts'-from whale ship' in anyf the Pacific,' addressed to. the PuWkher,' will always, be accepUlfc . ... , Whaleships arriving off Sandwich Islands Ports are requesied'tb display the Ship s signal. - CCW 'Y r'rrr j-t- i. 1 o mr flune ml m '.i ; I r. 'II- r- I t I 5 I i.i if j r ? - ; : ... i 1 J; n ! V -, : t3 t ;i - m - . - J .', ! ; . : ' ,j : I 1; " ' - - ': ' I .": i!- ( - ; .4 a .AV 4 ' 1 Tate and Bert of Arrivals. LaTiaina, Aprl IS Honolulu, Apl. 4, Tessela Names ITilo, March 19, Ililo, April 5, Honolulu, Apl 14 Lahaina, Apl 13, Lahaina, Jan. 30, Honolulu, Mar 24 Honolulu, Mar 25 Hilo, March 8, Lahaina, Mar. ,6, Hilo, March 12, Lahaina, April -9, liotioluhi, Apl. 5, Honolulu, Apl 13 Lahaina, April 5, Lahaina, Aprl 14, Lahaina, Apl 14, Lahaina, April 4, Lahaina, jlfar 25, Honolulu, iar20 Lahaina, Mar 20, Lahaina, 3ar 11, Jlotiululu, Aprl 3, Hilo,...

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. — 23 April 1857

MISCELLANEOUS SPAY DINCt, - AFFEUS FOR SALE, AT LOWEST MAR- 9 Li .mm i.'j - v. i : . r 1 . . . . nt-i i ivixjia, uawuw ii -ueruiianuige unporteu per Ux. l iA- , viz. ; -i - . '.-. Cases Suffolk blue drills, ?ates Slatersville denims, Men's sewed goat and-calf peg'd brogans, Native women's shoes, . HMs. butter iu briue, in 20ft kecrs - Cases of Eastern dairy cheese, half-bills, hide.poison, - " of green corn and feas iu tins, saddlery, assorted, R.lte of 1 inch lead pipe, a complete variety of hardware, 100 Kegs assorted nails, -SO Bolts Boston cotton duck, Nos. 1 to 10, . Cases of G rman glaaa, 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14, 17 x 12, Oars from 12 to 18 feet, cases denim frocks and janta, Cases common California wood-seat chairs, - fine cane seat do., do. common " assorted Grecian do., do. French top do. "White haul, fnire, extra and No. 1, lViled oil and spirits turpentine, T.lack, green and yt-llnw paint, assorted paint-brushes, I'utty and French yellow, carpenter's tools of all varieti...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 April 1857

,, - V. .V ' J. 51! 0 1) 1 1 , ."V. tii : 2 if V; , i 3 u a i i-i 1 ; i . m m .). f .?' -Hr f : ,1 1 h ' i u 'VI h V ft ; R 4'!.. f t. ' r -i I I"." " !"- ?- hi v - r ft': v 5- ."- .1 t "J :'t i:4 4 ' ' -1 .1 31 ft I'i "7 If s : A3 tion'against the couple, that I longed" for the moment to kn-ive when' James Wesley should take the gtand. When ILinnegan retired,' Mrs. .Wesley whispered to her husband, and he whispered to the Attorney. The latter teemed ; .surprised; but , announced that the prosecution would there rest the easel . Everybody was surpriscl that the Wesleys were not called, and my plana were all disarranged. I divined at once that "Mrs. Wesley had suggested this course to shield her-husband and herself from cross-examination" Had the instinct of self-preservation told her what was coming ? I rose to open 'my" case for the defence, and. I began by stating that I had inconT testible 'evidence that a conspiracy had been entered into to Mast the' character of my client," to ...

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. — 30 April 1857

PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY? HENRY M. WHITNEY. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN' ISLANDS, APRIL 30, 1S57. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 14. THE .PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, The Exile of Clomlland. BT CHARLEd MACKAY. "When I was a dweller in Clomlland, I dwelt in a rich and a proud land ; I was-lord of the clime, I was king of the time ; And the sun and the shower, The leaf and flower, All came to my bidding in Cloudland. I was monarch supreme in my Cloudland, I wa3 master of fate in that proud land ; I would not endure That a grief without cure, A love that could end, Or a false-hearted friend, Should dwell for an instant in Cloudland. My Cloudland, my beautiful Cloudland, I made there a great and a proud land ; "With skies ever bright, And with hearts ever light Neither sorrow nor sin Found a harbor within, And love was the law of my Cloudland. But, alas for myself and ly proud land i There came revolution in Cloudland ; My people, untrue, Broke my sceptre in two, And, false to their vow,...

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 1857

COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1857. We have little to report on the state of trade the past week. Business has been excessively dull, and but few articles inquired for or needed. We learn from Hawaii that the crop of coffee on that Island will be larger than ever before; the natives have been stimu lated to increased exertions in the care and culture of their trees, and in gathering the wild coffee. The crop of "Kona" coffee for 1S57 will amount to about 100,000 ft. In marine affairs we have also little to report this week. The Morning Star from Boston brought a small cargo to the Mission, and the Kauai from Bremen has a general assortment of mer chandise on freight. The latter vessel is fitted for whaling. There have been no departures excepting the schooner San Diego on a trading voyage to the North. The British bark Gambia was sold at auction on Friday for $2725; her inventory, spare anchors, &c, realized about $800 more; she will probably be fitted for whaling. Au...

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. — 30 April 1857

1 i Honolulu, April, 28, 1857. p vcific Commercial Advertiser: In your ' f the 2-31 1 think you are too hard on the ' la a111 IJUI vppvio. jLuv cuii- ' tji(I1.0f all, because one happens to go by de i not exactly the cheese. You must recollect 'the JCamamalu (a clipper of 1824,) there are ! route the following, viz.: Liholiho, Capt. Son, llC Manuokawai, Capt. JBcckley, and last, the Sally, Capt Km; all staunch, well I , u0v absent however on a voyages for supplies I'fjrnislieJ by Messrs. Penguin, Pelican & Co., 4 i Island, and in the meantime, till she resumes ual trips, me nno win De Kept up Dy the L.itio mJ .y. The performance of the latter vessel r last round trip is hard to beat. She left Hono h;irbor on the afternoon of Thursday the lGth, irrived from Ililo on her return on Sunday, the stopping at all intermediate ports, and taking , discharging freight and passengers at all of From this, one may judge, by a small process luctive reasoning, that there was not much sleep- f ...

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. — 30 April 1857

xrrtjj fjiirifu VVhaleships cruising in the South Pacific, not in this list, by sending in their reports will be added to it. Reports from vessels in any part of the Pacific, addressed to the Publisher, will always 1 b merchant or whaleships arriving off Sandwich Islands Ports are requested to display the Ship's signal. acc s 5 Whole Voyag e. Am'nt on Season's Catch .a . a m 3 Whole Voyage A'mnt on, Season's Catch t3 a EE O board. Splwh board Date and Port of REMARKS. a;.,;" I Vessel's Names Captain. ? I REMARKS. Vessels Names . Captain. gi at i I J2 a Arrivals. Sp Wh Sp WhlBone Sp Wh Sp jWhj Sp fWh Bone Mm. r i I. 1 1 : 3 ' : vl iS It Si 2 . 3 1 1 ? : 1 ire T 'i ! J t 1 - t !! ; M Lahaina, Aprl 18 Honolulu, Apl. 4, Ililo, March 19, Hilo, April 6, Honolulu, Apl 14 OffHono. Apl. 24 Lahaina, Apl 13, Lahaina, Jan. 30, Honolulu, Mar 24 Ilono'lnlu, Mar 25 Ililo, March 8, LahaJaa, Mar. 6, Ililo, March 12, Lahaina, April 9, Honolulu, Apl. 5, Honolulu, Apl 13 Lahaina, April 5, Lahaina, Aprl...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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