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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 7 August 1856

' m I! ! Is I I' ' 11 I I I Nl X "' SlSste vT" V " J. If; II r f I! -" ii ifl- ii "'. - ; .-.'-. "rL"' ', Iative Edition.' - . -v I - I PUBLISHED AVEEKLY BY IIKXIIY 31. AVIIITAEV. IIOXOLULTJ, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 7, 1S56. SIX DOLLARS VOLUME 1. PER ANNUM. NUMCEIt G. I 5 I 1 i i f I! i THE PACIFIC C03IAIEKCIAL ADVERTISER, ! Published Every Thursday Moruiiiff,- (it Six Dollars per Aniiuui, Payable iu Advance. j Vapers sent to California, and the United States, will be' $7 50! per annum, ($1 50 being the amount of the Hawaiian and Amtr- j ican postage, prepaid.) All such papers will have American postage stamps on them, which will prevent any additional post ge being collected. To accomodate subscribers in the V. S. or California, the pub lisher will receive at par in payment for subscriptions or adver tiiinents, the bills of any sound bank of New York city, Bos ton, New Bedford, or New Load jn, or any cash order from a j . l i it. i' C3 - rt. TiM-o nr ' whaleship captain vibiting t...

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 August 1856

ooBxrisiicijfxZi WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6, 1S5G. Paring the past week there have been two arrivals from foreign porta ; the faquero 'with part of a cargo from Melbourne, con sisting chiefly of cigars, soap, tea and rice, all of which must meet a fair sals during the fall trade; No freight Is onering for San Franciaco, an i we notice that the Vaquero is taking in ballast. The other juTiral is that of the "Glencoe," with about 160,000 feet of lumber, which ha3 changed hands in one lot. The Frances Palmer sailed on Thursday last with a very small freight. The coasting scho3:ier2 appear to be doing a fair business, though freights with them are very low. We noticed a little more competition among buyers at the Auction &Jes on Tuesday. Our retail merchants are preparing for the fall trade ; the stock on their hands Is not large, and they ar generally waiting tha arrival of merchant ship3 due from Germany, Liverpool and Boston during this month, which hive large supplies selected expressly ...

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 August 1856

f - t f : f.- t 37- I. Vi 54r in""thc Pali, receives the violent gust of wind quite suddan y when immediately near it. May ifc not reasonably be supposed, t.it if wo lessen the rarefication of the atmosphere m the lower valley ana on tne piain. ny cooiing it mmu t" "-'--' , we can succeed in Riving to the ordinary trades a les :i :i:. : , ; if not eiaht hundred feet. at of trees downwar ast some fiftvor sixty feet over our heads ? We should still ioast some mi or siuyicci u ....,,, . I I 1 I I II I I I ILI II II 1. K,:M 1 C. " J liav breeze enouzh. to mase us icci mhbwiw, uut our i trees would not shed their fruit, and there would he a great deal less of rheumatism in our village. Many other parts of the lee ide of our islands are similarly situated to Honolulu. It remains for me only to make a few remarks on the practi cability of a plan of such extent, as the one propounded un doubtedly is. Of course, it cannot be accomplished in one year r n. r.niole of years. In northern' latitu...

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 August 1856

9w :Wh m m HONOLULU, AUKAKE 7,0856.- Ka Iiolo nun o Ua mokn IVIttiiuwa Amerllm, o Keouc Adamu, ma nn Mohupusui o Viti (Ffje) i kit iiialama o lulai 1855, He pie ama mokupuni ia e lehulehu ana ma ke Komohana Hema aku nei, maloko o ka'monna Pakifika. He lehulehu na aina o iaknu, a he mii na kanaka. He hapa na ka naka Hawaii, i ko kela lahui aina. He poe hupo nae lakou, a he poe kaua kekahi aina me kekahi ama. He pae aina maik&i uliuli, me na laau a me na kuahiwi. He poe aika naka, e ono ana ka io kanaka mamua o ka puaa, a me na mea momona e ae. O keia ono ana i ka io kanaka ke kumu o ko lakou kaua pinepine ana kekahi me kekahi,- I ka wa e manao ana kekahi alii, e kii i mea ka , Iua, Jicohalua no lakou i kahi e holo ai ka auwaa lawaia, a hopu wale i na mea i loaa, a hoi aku me ia mau pie, a pae, a kalua me ka olioli i ka pomaikai. Ina loaa ia lakou he wahine paha o kahi e, e hele hookahi ana, - aohe mea nana ia e kokua mai, kona make ro ia i moa kalua na ke alii. He nui na haole ma...

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 August 1856

I : - :'i- 1 5 T ,' !. I 4 Hative Edition. PUELTSIIED WEEKLY HI" ? 1IEXRV M. WlIlTNKr. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 14, 1856; SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM, J VOLUME 1. MJMBEH7. u t hi pi Www r f ft- 4 THE PACIFIC C03I31ERCIAL ADVERTISER, lm Published Every Thursday Morning, at Six Dollars per Annum, Payable in Advance. Papers sent to California, and the United States, will be $7 50 per annum, ($1 50 being the amount of the Hawaiian and Amer ican postage, prepaid.) All such papers will have American postage stamps on them, which will prevent any additional post age being collected. To accomodate sub3cri1ers in the U. S. of California, the pub lisher wjil receive at par in payment for subscriptions or adver tisnients, the bills of any snind bank of Sew York' city, Bos ton, New Bedford, or New London, or any cash order from a merchant in the U. S. ou any merchant resident here, or any whaleslnp captain visiting this port. Such order may be trans mitted by mail. Subscribers in Tahiti, ...

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 August 1856

0 O I&r&EH CXilX . . r. WEDyESDAY AUGUST 13, 1356. Wa are happy to be able to chronicle ia this issue, the arrival of the first whaler this season from the north, the whaleship Zenaa Cojin, Capt. J, K. Rose, of Nantucket, having entered his port on Saturday morning the 9th inst. The arrival of the first whaler, especially if the brings a good report, arai has had good lack, always iuparta a buoyancy to our market, which haa passed the dull and quiet summer's trade. Capt. Rose comes in vith his vessel well filled, and though he ha3 Been but a few hips, brings a very good report. He? arrived on the Kodiac ground about the' middle of May,' and cruised principally be tween Lit 51 and 53 and longitude 143 and 147, taking one whale in May, five in June, and two in July, leaving the ground July 14. The buck of the Kodiac fleet he thinks must have cruised about one hundred mile3 we.?t of him, and a little north of the Fox Islands. The Jef ergon and Neva, both which were nearly, fall...

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 August 1856

wife ' i. I I- a 1 " 5 J The Trustees of the Sailor'a nom Society, at a meeting re cently held at the Home Reading Room," . Retolved, That all the correspondence in the possession of the Board up to the present date, relating to the sale of Spirituous Liquors on the Bethel Blockv be printed in the Polynesian, and Commercial Advertiser. --- ' CORRESPONDENCE. Uosolcix, May 8th, 1SSS. Hon. G. M. Robertson, - Chairman Committee Sailor's Home Society : Sir : I beg to inform you that, having taken counsel on the subject, I hae decided, that as the . Bethel Block was included in the limits specified in the Resolution of the Privy Council, passed in 1853, fixing the boundaries -which hotel licenses were to be granted by the Minister of the Interior, a license is to be granted to Mr, -Maxey for an hotel, on the corner of Nuuanu and Merchant streets, for one year from the 1st of July proximo, as he had Wen promised a license lefore any objection had bee'u made by the Trustees of the Sailor's ...

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 August 1856

flit- pflfe I ta O Hawaii. HONOLULU, AUKAKE 14, 1856. Mai ka Aiim hca mni na kanaka o Hawaii . . . ' nci. Ua poliihihi keia mea i na kanaka. Aohe mooolelo kahiko e hai mai ana i ka.aina i holo mai ai ke kanaka mna. He mooolelo nae e hai inai ana. Ua pae mai ke kanaka mua; mej kana "wahine.ma ka waa, mai Kahiki mai. "A eia ke kahi olelo, ua hanau ke kanaka mua ma keia pae aina. Aka, aohe inoa aina maloko o ia mooole lo mua - He nur na aina o Kahiki, a he nui na aina o ka moana Pakifika, a me na Inikini o Ameiika Hema, e like ana ka helehelena me ko kanaka maoli. Maanei iho nei kekahi "wahine Inikini mai Ki ll mai o xVmerika ; aohe ona niakahiki maanei, a ua like lea kana olelo makaukau ana me he wa hine Hawaii la. Pela na Nukilani, na Bolabo la, na Xuuhiva, na Samoa, i hele-mai a noho ! maanei, a loaa koke ia lakou ka olelo kamaaina, me he poekeiki papa la. Ua like pu na helehe lena, na ili ulaula a me na huaolelo he nui. Pe la hoi na aikapu, ua kau ia he KanaAvai mai Nu- kuani, a it...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 21 August 1856

3 !n ..- 4; 1 All iiiiiort mm t , Native Edition. -if i .1 PrRLISIIED WEEKLY BV HENRY 31. AVIIITNKV. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 21, 1856. SIX BOTLARS PER ANNUM. VOLUME 1. XLMUEH S. if If ! I 0' WW h I "ii i i; 3 i i i I t 1 - i 5 l i r TflE PA.CIFIC COMMERCIAL. AIVERTISER, I I'ubl ilieI Every Thur;1ay Morniiii;, at Six DoHar per Annum Payable in Advance. Pap 'M sent to California, and the Lmted States, will bi r annum, ($1 50 being the amiunt of the Hawaiian and $7 50 Amer- ic in postage, prepaid.) All such papers will hav American P Htai-e stamps on tneiri, mucn wm proven, anj additional post- cUion 0l. just cause, pi iced me m a position which I earth and the fulness thereof; anincirnate testimony ToaMomlteiiwcribera In the U. S. or California, the pub- vc never held nor desired to hold, and h wing done agiinst the vanities of care; a radiant manifestation lisher will receive at par in payment for subscriptions or a lver- so presumed to interrogate me in the name of the pu...

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 August 1856

i ; i -Mm r ' cf TrznynsDAY august 20, is56. Since cor lajt Issud z. largo auction s.ile cf merchandize took place at the store cf Isl W. fid 1, the total am ount of which must Lr.ve been 12,bx0 or over. The vari.tr of go-vis expsed was large, and we noticed that the sale was well attended by our 'merchants and by the Chinamen, and a good degree of competi tion maniiested. Si uce that sale the arrival of the C eylo n ha3 placed La the market some 1200 tons fresh merchandise which Kill no doubt return a fair profit. Several other merchant ves sel are n:w dur-, and are locked f r daily. Sogar, syrup, molasses, wheat and firewood, have ccme in by oxmcrs very freely during the past two weeks, and shoull the adv!ce3 by the Y&iLtc be favorable, a considerable export of the former caaicle will probably be made by her. our sjy fraxcisco cor.REsroyDEycE. San Fkaxcxsco, August Sth, 1353. The following vessels have arrived from your Port, the latest ds.tc5 bring to July 7th per Fakenberj, ...

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 August 1856

of ig 'e it r r )r ;s s. u st i ; 1- r- l 3- a .t ; I i: us h-- Tl u- W r en lis DO ie h- se 4. A. 0? ti La I is : tie :h !ir i3 if -J cr n- w a 03 o- i : .oa a n jt I ej- atw . fc i. oa. t W f Ji- ' Wf till jC iSJ- ' no . : for . i- -ust ici , bis :- &t - cx- nor : fe ' be- 5 ; gut 3 i3 red ,oJd other parties would have, dons the same. As the chief clerk of -the Interior Department was on terms of friendship with Mr. 31. he could hardly fail to have been informed of this proposal -made in good faith to the Minister, at all events he must have received the letter of the chief clerk, and any considerably edort would have brought him i:i contact with purchasers, but he preferred to go ou with his work and ran his risk and any hardship re sulting to him, by tho fulfilment, by th e 3Imist-.-r of the cate gorical assurance made t. him that his lieens t would not be re newed, could not be just ground of complaint against any one else.-r-JIe voluntarily assumed this risk Li view of suc...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 21 August 1856

4l A 1 HONOLULU, AUKAKE 21, 1556. XT labocieta Oia ke kaala nana i kekahi n Afi ; L-o. rr-,,V'A rt Irn HnVn nP.Q T a. & a vl a .a -- v , . . . iaoa. .o ka poao p kana nana ana 1 ka : waiwai o korri hakn wahme, ua lilo oia x ka-! n3 mare nana. Ua oi kona mau makahiki j mamua o ko 3Iahometa he 15 ; aka ua pono ! ko laaa n&ho pu ana, a hiki x ka make ana o j Kadiia, aole kela i iiwe wahine e aeT e like 1 tenuis a pau hcomana hcu, a hoolaha aku i kana pule ma- 3.0C0 a hoouka 1 ke kaua hon me 31ahome- r mana-.va max. Aka. aoio 1 rn -;i 1 ka iuna o na aina he nui wale ma Asia a me ta. a me na koa ona 950. a hee aku la 31a- pe iimune ke mala ma i na vrahbo Io;;u!ehu, Aferika ' a T-keia wi. e hoomaTu ana ia ma- no m eta me ka eha imaa o lakou, a pnkele no ka waiwal c!e, a no ka u-ahme o!e e liWi iuna o ka han-ri miloaa a keu o na kanaka. ; wale iloko o Medina. 3iai hialele max kana I'-rU na na kne. To .ka makai-ho o na Ua han.au ia ma 3Ieka ke kulanakauhale : poe haumana ia ia i kel...

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 August 1856

4 ' i it j ia ii it j 1 1 Ay Ay i. i - t . i - C ! I" i PtJT5L.TSIIET I?V ? IIEXRY 31. WIIITAEY. j HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 2S. IS56. THE PACIFIC C03I3IERCIAL ADVERTISER, Is Published Every TJiurajIuy 3Iornins, nl Six Dollar per Annum, Payable in Advance. raier3 sent to California, and the United States, will be $7 50 per annum, ($1 53 being the amount of the Hawaiian and Amer ican postage, prepaid.) All such papers will have Anv iU-an postage stamps on them, which will prevent any additional post age being collected. To accomodate subscribers in the IT. S. or California, the pub lisher will receive at par in payment for subscriptions or adver tisraents, the bills of any sound bank oT New Yurie citv Bos ton, New Bedford, or New London, or any cash order 'from a merchant in the U. S. on any merchant resident. ..r ,.r irUlUl.i,,n,.f.!-..i.!.ll! r. . - .v., ....j w.111F I'wu iiaiLins ixiia ion. -cucn orders may be trans mitted by mail. Subscribers in Tahiti, the Colonies, Chi...

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 August 1856

13 O x WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27, lsS6 During the past ten dave there ha? been considerable anima i matloa in the market, and auctions hare'shon a better feelin- ! existing in the trading .eramunitr. Large sales have been made from the careo of the Ceylon, and also from the bark i ports cf fvrmt-r ycar, fr-ra the whaling ground?. Xo word is received yet frora the Ochot'k. Among the ship news will be ' ImtA our latest advlcc-s from the whaling eet. TliC bark ! sirao, amvii at i-a:ja:na on Ji3 .oih, wi:Lout haviiig taken one .rrri "s-juiju. .'.'.i snail eru-are our pap.T ana ; commence the publication of our Tvhak men's shipping List. Very fw cash transactions have been ai.vl-j tluring the past week. R:tal!-?rs aj-prar to xrt do-rig a fair buia:e?, but tlie want of money emong the nativ3 is everj-wliere seen., ani ccn j seonentlv small sales and i-rofiti havc t be Tut up with. fl S XCo BTr. We note af-:w trarsactni. OI The cargo of the ?eh Eiw, from Fanniag's nianAfj consisting or aut -ooog...

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 August 1856

I. I i i i I t: i. . I ! . f I comniunication requested the nid of Mr. Bcechcr, and the church over -which he presides, in raising the this affecting story Mr. B. replied by mail that lie -would not move in the matter, (probably fearing that an imposition -was about to be practised' upon him) unless the girl was sent here herself. This was consented to on behalf of her master; by the girl giv in" him her parole of honor, that in case of a -failure to'raise the sum necess ry, she would return to him. Mr. Beccher then in an ailecting manner alluded to the respect due to woman, whether she wat bond or free, educated or uneducated, and concluded by in viting the young woman, who was present in the church, to come upon the platform, with which invi tion she complied. She was scarcely as dar: as an Indian, and had a pleasing an intelligent counte nance. Her appearance upon the speaker's stand, evidently much disconcerted before such ativimmensc assemblage of strangers, and fearing no doub...

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 August 1856

iffisoisiiiiArjsoxJS. MAS -JUST -RECEIVED AND OFFERS for sale, per late arrival Bbla beef and pork, bricks, . " '' Pipe clay, cement, rosin, soap, hams, Tumblers, re brick, arch brick, Moulding sand, spirits turpentine, Bbla tar, pitch, oak joist, pine boards and shingle. ALSO, An Invoice of elegant, faucy Crockery n"d GLASSWARE, consisting of White Iron stone dinner sett3, do do do cups anu saucera, do do do handled coffees, Dark diamond spittoons, Solar lamps, sdar chimnies, Past. Hated and painted tumblers. ALSO, , , Gilt, white and colored, porcelain and color! war for xiu- day gL . 3 and parlor ornament 3, . .. v Toy tea setts, licac and white croam and table pl.cn3r, Parian Arab pitched, stone gipsey pitchers, Gilt watch boxes, fancy ink standi, Ornamental image watch boxes, Do cigar boxes, dog cover, do statue cover, China vases, cigar stands, alabaster boi, Parian rtsea, Gilt and green chamber setts, Uncle Tom's mugs, ALSO, Diamond cut decanter, quarts and plata, do do champ...

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 September 1856

f ! fc-. i. g 4- r in f t f $ . r' t I I : i - t U i " f '.r I I- , -. -- - ' - p PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ? HENRY M. WUITXEY. 5 THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. The Long Ago. Oh ! a wonderful stream is tbe river Time, As it runs through the realms of tears, With a faultless rhythm and a musical chime, And a broader sweep, and a surge sublime, . And blends with the ocean of years. How the winters are drifting like flakes of snow, And the summers like buds between, And the year in the sheaf so they come and they fo. On the river's breast, with its ebb and its flow, As it glides in the shadow and sheen. There is a magical Isle up the river Time Where the softest of airs are playing ; There's a cloudless sky and a tropical clime, And a song as sweet as a vesper chime, And ihe Junes with the roses are staying. And the name of this Isle is the Long Ago, And we bury our treasures there : There are brows of beauty and besoms of snow There are heaps of dust, but we loved them so ! There are tr...

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 September 1856

oorvxr.inRci.'vii. jrEDSESDAY SEPT. 3, 1553, Two m:rcbaatici:3 Lave arrive J duxi the week from foreign' purta, the bark Cynthia and brig L. P. Foster, both withJcj j goes of lumber. The lumber trade between this port and Puget i Sound Is becoming quite important, no less than seven vessels of about 2000 tons capacity being rezuUrly employed In the trade. The lumber which I imported from Puget Sound is. famished at low figures, from $30 S35 ixr 31., wh!ch enables the native population to supplv their wants more than formerly. TheyaWf fast finding the superiorly of wiea dwellings over their old, straw Luts, and where it is possible for them to raise the noone, they invariably put up woodin dwellings, which are every whfrj fifriiiglcj up la the neighborhood of Honolulu. As & necessary consequence cf tbii lumber trade, a considerable export of Is Lad produce teies place, which will probably Increase. Trade has been very quiet during the past week, and a con il teratle filling off l...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 September 1856

5.1 js ;'I ? . 4 it ! ? - f ii -Ul!- 4?; II SHIPPING. FOR SAX FRANCISCO. llEGCLAK LINlToF PACKETS. THE FAST SAILING CLIPPER BARQUE Yanlcce, JAMES SMITH, Master, Will sail fur the above port on Thursdays Sept. 4th, 10 A. M. For freight or passage, supply to P. C. WATERMAN, Agt. S. B. Passengers without exception, must procure passports at the Custom House, as required by law. 9-10 FOR PUGKT SOUND. THE AMERICAN BRIO Jj. P. Foster, CHAS. H. MOORE, Master. Wffl sail as above on Saturday, Sept. 6. For freight or passage, apply to . 1Q.lt II. HACKFELD & CO.. FOR LAHAINA AND KAHULUI, E. MAUI. THE CLIPPER SCHOONER Excel, C. S. CHADWICK, Master, Will sail for the above ports on FRIDAY, Sept. 3. REGULAR PACKET FOR KAHULUI. THE FINE SCHOONER Knmeliamelia IV, O. II. GULTCK, Master, will leave Honolulu, regularly for La haina and Kahului, every MONDAY afternoon, and returning will leave Kahului, every FRIDAYafteruoon for Honolulu direct. For freight or passage apply on board. J uly 10, 2-tf ...

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 September 1856

It a i oiui f o a i) a to an. p-.--------.-----MMM"M" " I - -r -r XTTT 4 T T TT IT F Tf A r.T HONOLULU, SEPAK. 4, 1S56. Kina. II EL. 17 2. Kina." i nela roaa raakahlki he 40 a ken. a. lrrL rr rr?i r;i.r!:i ua oi aka lakoa i na xnitlona O ka .315- ncai O-J noi o na mile huinabalike o- ia AcpunI he I 00, a e noho ana na kanaka i ka mil hai- nahalike hookahi. r mot lapana ma ka Hikina ka malivrai V Lihona ma O kona Ioa ia. M.il-i ir:in m,7 monn-i. T',, ; Latita akaa he 50. a Liki i ke kai o Klaaaa ka ! heraa, naiaife o ka laala. '. 3fa ka akaa he ami Ioa ka raakani, a hr: nai ; ka haa aa Ma ka Heina iho he olaola ka Kia- kam, a ma ka hema La. he mah.-ir.a ka raakam a i , 7 , , . - , ..... hoouluia ma ia Anpcnl. ta ka akaa. he huka. ho rai, a me na mea a jia i inahiia i na alna ana. a ma ka Homa, he raiki. he mata. na alani. sa laira.?. ke ko. a me na mea e a. O ke Ti ka m:-a nui i hoouluia ma Kina. Ka laa ia o ka ! laaa ti i h3uluia malaila. Aohe aina e a? e h juiu nai ana i ka laaa ti...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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