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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 June 1857

PUBLISHED WEEKLY Bl') HENRY M. WHITNEY, j HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 4, 1S57. SIX DOLLARS PER AXl'M. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 49. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. From the Boston Freemau. 'Noalh Salt-Sea Wnves. 'Neath salt-sea waves, in coral caves, The one I loved is sleeping ; A rul 'round his brow drifts sea-weed now, While I alone am weeding. Then ask me not to smile again, When hoics I once did cherish Hive left rne naught hut doubt and paiu, That joys so bright should perish. With learning smile, to care beguile, He kissed my brow at parting, Yet still could I within his eye Detect the tear-drop starting. Ho said bright days of joy would come, And spake of future meeting ; Yet on my heart a cloud sank down, And chilled its hopeful beating. Tho earth was dressed in loveliness, And early flowers vere springing; The perfumed breeze stole through the trees, A wealth of fragrance bringing ; Bright stare bedecked the arch above. The moon's pale light fell o'er us, While Hope, the be...

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 June 1857

COEftlVrEHGIjkli WEDNESDAY EVE'Qt JUNE 3, 1857. 7 are again without any arrivals of foreign vessels to record ; trade continue excessively dull ; sales, to & limited extent, have been effect at auction, but the bidding was anything but spirited and prices ruled unusually low. The clipper ship Staghound, 15 day from San Francisco, for China, touched off the port on Sunday to land passengers, and passed on without waiting to report herself at the Custom House. The bark Fanny Major may be looked for In a few days, and her arrival may create a little revival in trade. ' Accounts from San Francisco by the Staghound show a great stagnation in trade, combined with a scarcity of money. We notice sales of Sandwich Islands coffee at 13c 14, while Rio and Java are quoted at 16c (8) ISc ; we cannot understand why our Islands coffee should not rank equal with the best In the California market certainly our best qualities of Kona and Kauai" are inferior in flavour to none other in the world, ...

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 June 1857

r..-i rwl nnrl Vino wnCfVinPnflc rfrtllP. VOIl tire injustice. The idea that you had any connec- with th proceedings taken against ine, -was not rtained by me. I have no reason to doubt that were as ignorant as myself of the action, or con 0ltied action, of the court, until the order made ,jt became public. Our professional intercourse k'as alwJ"3 een e most courteous character epting a few passages at arms, which are apt to take 'm the "ea debate, Dut leave no sting behind)' & "ar as can reieve yu from any of the Impute1'0113 contained in the article referred to, I most cheerfully do so. As you intimate, in your note, that the correspondence between us is intended for publication, it may not be improper for me to remark that I have not written, sanctioned or fur niihel material for, nor am I in any way connected with, or responsible for, any newspaper publication referring to my dismissal from the bar, except that which appeared in the Commercial Advertiser, of this town, over ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 June 1857

; si. -4 Mi: W '-rt. 1. nit r n ii mi t J X : II'. fir i i 2i y- f r r 'it u ' M J i - , ! "if !'Jf. - r r 4 -i t 7! 41 I: ,:u. ! ' ; " Krf i, Ik? Hi r ! A . 2r THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The Blind. We find the following interesting anecdotes uncred itcd in an exchange. They appear to be from an j Ingush source : Blindness is not always to the blind so great a pri vation so serious an obstacle to the exercise of the faculties, cither of mind or body as those who enjoy the power of vision are apt to suppose that it must necessarily be. Most readers "will remember to have read of at least two decisive instances to the contrary : that of Dr. Sanderson, the eminent mathematician of the last century, who was recommended to the pro fessorship of mathematics at the University of Cam bridge, by Sir Isaac Newton, and who, though com pletely blind, could add, subtract, multiply, divide, extract the square and cube roots, and solve abstruse problems in trigonometry and algebra as corre...

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. — 4 June 1857

4 1 -n n -I I DOCTORS SHOP. . l'..in)l).ATTKCOItXKR OF FOltT 3 ami 'W.-n-h.-iiit m-rts, ivinin.l tho iuHlo that he coiitiimus n ,i-t- t tin; If-atim-nt .f Iiskaks of all kinls, hav- : - .r f:i!.' a at Vitri.-ty of 1kc;s aiul Mkukisks of th btst .-., y. 11: :U u- At-nii -t lie I iiii : t v ralrin-'. oirsive sul'limate, na':n- aJi'l, t. isius V.-;i:i, nux vomica, opium, IV.wi.- a.-;,l, alcli.,1. I'lTi'inUlTV. lu-k, otra"'t ia'i-k, mlo-iK-, lavender water, in. !-!i lioiiu-y a::-l ntli-T soaps. I" ail Kirl'v, oat nt-al, pm shellac, u ri'i!'-' ;m.I in;:rk:nu' ink, Sau ls sar.-aparilla, j-la w.iU r, aul oth- r articled tuo numerous to mention. J ,- Kusiiy 1'-uii1 v;h::ii wanted. 6-tf. SCHOOL ISOOKS ! ! SII'ST UKt'KIVKI) PER "MESSENGER UIKIV tr.., l',.f.n. 1'i.M) I'ar!.: r's iTin.rs ouu (!. W-ml llaiMers, Ion First licador, loo 1'rif. .-'s -1 1 i i r Hook, J."t) Mfint'-iih's First lessons in Ocogvanhy, vi'M .1... Manual of do. lot) ti;Naily's .i.'raphy, loo lavi. "-- 1'riniary Arithmetic, ...

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. — 4 June 1857

helped me pay two debts hat have oppressed me very much. 1 cannot tell you -what a sense of freedom l feci. Yes, I paid Tenley last week the one hundred dollars, and thi3 morning the thirty. I an? free from him entirely. And then this morning, too, as I was going down to Barker's shop to pay him the remain ing twenty that 1 have owed him so long, sometning, I hardly know what, prompted me to call at Merri- neia s. lhe nrst words 1 heard spoken were, shall give fifteen dollars at the barn, or seventeen delivered at mv stable, in Exeter." I found it was a man buying hay. I entered into conversation with hira, and before I came home had bargained to sell him on the mow, one hundred and five dollars worth of hay. lie is to take it away immediately, and paid me for it on the spot. I laid the twenty dollars with the one hundred and live, and then hunted out a ten which I had laid by for a coat, making one hundred ana thirty-iive in all just the sum I owed John Dayton. I turned about, and ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 June 1857

."- J' : - 4 1W" u k -' ; ' ;- fi- ' ' J.) ! 5 is n it ! ! ! VS. 4 I if PUBIISIIED WEEKLY BY IIENRY M. WHITNEY. If HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 11. 1S57. 5 SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 60. BUSINESS CAHDS. 5 lit I TO- 01 r. U. - n i is 3 i THE FACIFZO Commercial Advertiser. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE. LATE "WILLIAM L. LEE. The death of the Hon. William L. Lee, Chief Jus tice of the Supreme Court, and Chancellor of the Kingdom, though not unexpected, has spread an unusual gloom over our community. His many ad mirable qualities of mind and heart, so rarely com bined in ono individual, had won for him the esteem i and confidence of all classes, both among natives and ji services of this extraordinary man; but however ar foreigners; while his eminent public services havejj duoua were the duties of his own particular depart- rendered his death a heavy national calamity. The universal sorrow everywhere manifested for his. loss, the thousands who gathered to pay the last Bad"...

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 June 1857

COMMERCIilli WEDNESDAY EVEG JUNE 10,1857. Sijcb our last report we hare had th Fanny Major from Sn Trancisco and the Jo h n Marshall from New York; the former brings a fair freight of astorted merchandii, Including 800 quarter aackt flour and 200 M shinglei. The Marshall bring! no cargo for thi place, her ultimate destination being the guano islands recently riiited by Capt. Paty. There it no animation whatever in the market and but little Inquiry for goods ; an auction sale of sundries on Tuesday went ofT heavily, and dealer showed no disposition to buy. 9 The Fanny Major has been undergoing the process of fumiga tion and will commence discharging her freight to-day. FLOUR Sales of 20 qr ska, at auction, at $14 50 , importa tions per Fanny Major are held at about $16. We have heard of no large sales. SUGAR No -change ; the stock is light and prices firm. RICE Import per Fanny Major 200 mats, which will meet ready sale. CORN Sales of native at 2Jc. SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS. Thtksdav Ev...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 June 1857

I A TTp. Chlf Justice of the Supreme Court of this king 1 fLHn thl community feeling of deep and unaf. ' , .TPt that one so pure in lire, so guieu, - fcted regret, that one y Tiriv-te virtues, should be called jfthiSmSo f aWf and at a time when the nation !o5l KlloSttofhi3 ound judgment, legal erudiUon, litenneratecoun as a jurist 1 1 fif 50 t ed, PVf"J.!cS,mmunitj has ever entertained if a Lhnsuan u ;;'' . " i resIxCt. relingsolmnea aunu wou,(i reSpectfully tender to UiXtv tiri" r7ndo.ece at the loss he has sustained ;j,,-iff. r.r him who m " y the dignity of the kingdom, ana promote the wetfare oi its peo . . m ivwnmunitv trnder to the hends of hia uesoivea, inai l"Vr .C r Iu V i 11 Majesty's Government their sympathy in the loss of a colleague, vrwr rpn-.itition as head of the Judiciary' Department was not confined to the kingdom alone, but was acknowledged with con fidence and approbation by the representatives of every civilized country in comity with this. Resolved, That, reco...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 June 1857

i it I- 1 t ' i v - i. t i H of . it y lit. ill HOUSES & LANDS. FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR I . . . s-,1 saie, on moderate terms, me wen Known stana occuj-icu , bv him as a cabinet shon. on Hotel street, near . on, which is one of the most desirable locations for the present ousi- ness carried on, or for a Hotel, Restaurant or Store. 4-LSO The Dwelling House on Kukui street, opposite that of C. n. Lewers, Esq., one of the most convenient, healthy and pleasant situations in the Valley. Apply to W. II. STEWART, VV Or J. W. MARSH. Title to the above, fee simple. 49-0 TO LET The Building recently occupied by Samuel K. Rawson, Esq., as a jeweller's shop. Apply at the Brick Shoe Store adjoining. 49-tf STORE TO liET. THE WELL KXOWX TWO STORY V.m; FIRE PROOF BUILDING, on King street, corner of JpUUL Mauna Kea street, now occupied by U. Buhle & Co. The lower part is excellently fitted with Koa Shelres and Counter, For a Retail Store. The upper part contains Five Spacious Dwe...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 June 1857

"ft if m ft f - t:' 4s& lir t f' WWW 7. i- - f . ; v PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY? HEXRY M. WHITNEY. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 18, 1857. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 51. A At if. J J 1 1 1 us uz i ii i i ci ci eh r ri ti ir i ii- ii r - r i i in r ill hi hi it i ixi ii hi ri m I THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser, Name ir the Sand BT GEORUE D. PRKMTICB. Alone I walked the ocean strand, A pearly shell was in my hand, I stopped and wr ite upon the sand My name, the year and date ; As onward from the spot I passed, One lingering look behind I cast, A wave came rolling high and fast, Aud" washed my iiuea away. And so methoujrht 'twill quickly he, With every mark on earth for me! A wave of dark oblivion' sea Will sweep across the place "Where I have trod the sandy shore Of time, and be to me no more ; Of me, my day, the name I lwf, To leave no track or trace. And yet with Hiin who counts the sands. And hold the water in his hands, 1 know a lasting record stands Inscribed agai...

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 June 1857

O O 2SXZVXER CILZi . WEDNESDAY EVEGt JUNE 17, 1857. VTa hare to report a-other week of excessive dullness, without any foreign arrivals or departures. The importations per F anny Major do not find a ready market, retailers complain of a very dull state of trade; Indeed we could hardly anticipate anything more favorabla at this season, Jun and July being the quietest months in the year. We notice a decline in floor, owing to the large imports per Fanny Major and the prospect of a speedy arrival of wheat at the mill, from Afaui. We understand that the Mill Co. expect to commence grinding within three weeks. Some excellent torn meal was made at the mill the past week from corn grown at Waimalu, on this island. No better grain or meal can be found anywhere. An auction sale on Tuesday gave but little satisfaction to sellers. Prices ruled lower than have been noticed for many months. FLOUR Small sales at auction at $13; jobbing sales, private, at $15 tf" bbl. SALMON Sales of 100 bbls Cali...

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 June 1857

Launch op the Great Eastern. It is expected that the steamship Great Eastern will be launched in u-izi next, but several months must elapse after that before she can be made ready fur sea. The amount expended on her up to the present time is about 2,000,000; and an additional sum of iOU 000 will probably be required to complete her. The new iron steamer, Circassian, a model vessel, which was to have sailed from Liverpool 7th of March, had not arrived at the latest dates. It was expec'. x that this vessel would cross the Atlantic in time to telegraph her news in seven days from the date of her departure from Liverpool. If she sailed on the day for which she was advertised, she has disap pointed the expectations of her owners, and will scarcely be ranked as a model. The veteran Gen. Wool had been received in Troy , N. Y. with distinguished honors. He was met on his arrival by five or six thousand of the inhabitants, and was by them enthusiastically cheered and es corted to his residen...

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 June 1857

MISCELLANEOUS, FOR THE FALL SEASON". it. W. FIEII WOULD MAKE KNOWN TO THE chants, Traders and Planters of the Mer SAIVIWICII ISirAIITDS That he will receive, by the American ship " HARRIET & JESSIE," That left BOSTON FOR HONOLULU ON APRIL 1st, and expected to arrive about August 15th, a full and complete assortment of MERCHANDISE adapted to the require ments of the trade at these Islands. SALES "TO ARRIVE" WILIi BE MADE. . The assortment consists in part of the following named arti cle!: Dry Goods. Canes Boston denims, Cases all pink prints, Fancy prints, asstd Bales Keswick Ginghams, Bales old Cavendish cottoni, Trusses Mackinaw blankets, Trusses Eagle blankets. Bales gray twilled flannel, Red twilled flannel, Bay State felting, Linen carpeting, Shetucket striped checks, Shetucket asstd stripes, Ticking, Cases prints, plain shades assd Blue prints, Orange prints, Bleached sheetings, Oil carpeting, asstd, Wh ex ex palm leaf hats, Very superior Maracaibo hats, Leghorn Bd F B hats...

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. — 18 June 1857

Ji. I ts ia. K. LS. 0. ts bC ,ch t : 00 00 00 uo ct jr.s ;rA ub IN K ,, on iTTUKt'OKNKROF FORT CI' 1 Vx, ,,V,,, ,v:iinds the public that ho t-ntitm-.-s S Md M-rl,at . . ; , f lnsKA?E:5 of lU kinds, hav- to ,l v..tc tr.n.s. li to I ( f and MKaicISEs t,f tll0 l,cst pi" fr :u" a ;Jivai -,,u i!ity. lie al' ,,,M?oi""". n-. niMf, vtratriup, corrosive sublimate, o'Stul-':iVi'!. Si. Iprasius beans, nus vomica, opium, ;,,,-.: ..- kl, U-lOollol. .... j iii!J 4'1'V. ;.pi.-i;, extract musl;, cloiriv, lavender water, u n!il-Lr, honey and otliL-r soaps. M ic-I!aiooiis. S;i-ro, i;irl barlev, oat meal, gum shellac, VViitiii.' ;'!'! ii.arkin-' ink, Sands sarsaparilla, h.Kl3 xvaur, and other articles tro numerous to "ntl-f Easily f-mnd when wai.t'.'il. " 1ST RECEIVED l'ER lilKD" from I5.t.n. I0!0 Parkers Primers, ,'00 do. Word I-'uiMers, 100 a -. First K adcr, 100 Prif.-'- Sj.i lli.'i.tr :.ok, 5o Monr-'ith Fir-t I,.sons m Geography, ,M) " l. Manual of do. Too MeNally's iJf'in-anhy, j mo i;ivi"'s Prim...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 June 1857

She Looked Higher. Mr. Swarm don't like it much, I guess. She looked higher." Looked Jiightr ? .Katy is handsome, no doubt ; well educated, accomplished, stylish even, if you please, But pray how high" should her widowed mother look i W ould she marry her daughter to a seraph ? It seems to me that there were no very encouraging results from the connections that of old took place between the sont of God" angles, as they are com monly supposed to have been and the daughters of men. Mrs. Swann should be satisfied it her daugh ters find human husbands, should she not, and be thankful that thev are not inhuman, instead of grievine that they are not superhuman ? " But this Mr. Williams is only a merchant; and I think that the widow had somehow wished Katy to secure a lawyer or a minister, if not somebody rich enough to save them all from working. Only a merchant, indeed ! My cousin Sarah, there i3 a worse smell of unjust and snobbish aris tocracy about that fleer of yours, in three words,...

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. — 25 June 1857

- . i-V-SS I: VP (SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 52. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 25, 1857. pi; BLISNGI) V EEKIiV U 1' i IBXlll' 31. WIHT.V5 5 C - IT '- 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 i 1 I 1 i A! ii la H tl H ,H W 13 . a H M ii H M M !M ik a ,ii ijj n a a a h r a a m I f it .11 H n l i 1 1! SI f - - I THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, The Moor. I am fain To feci upon the beauty of the moon! Sorrowful moon! seeming go drown'd in woe : A iueen, whom some grand battle-day has left Ur.kingdom'd and a widow, while the stars, Thy handmaidens, are standing back in uwe. Gazing in silence on thy mighty grief! All men have loved thee fur thy beauty, mtwn! Adara has turned fron Eve's fair face to thine, And drank thy beauty with his serene eye. -Alexonin Smith. VARIETY' The days of courtship are the happiest of our lives. Prudence is too often the only virtue left us at seventy-two. It is well for the humble when they have sufficient education to render them callous to contempt. Premature cons...

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. — 25 June 1857

COIVTIVTSRCIAL. WEDNESDAY EVE'G, JUNE 24, 1357. Tro arrivals cf merchant vessels since our last have imparted a more lively appearance to our harbor and wharves. The chooner Vaquero, from Jlelbourne, came ia Sunday, and the L. P. Foster, from Puget Sound, on Monday. The former has a full cargo of rice hams, &c., mostly in transitu, destined for San Francisco. The Foster brings the usual assortment of lum ber, pickets, &c. ; her cargo goes immediately into yard. Some few heavy transactions in staples have transpired the past week, but general business has been nearly as dull as at our last review. The most noteworthy feature in tiade has bean the disposal of a portion of the rice, ex Vaquero, on Tuesday, at prices quoted below ; this importation was totally unexpected, but could hardly have occurred at a more favorable time, as the market has been nearly bare for some weeks. The Fanny Major and Vaquero will both sail for San Fran cisco the present week. Freight offers freely,...

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 June 1857

Forciffu Summary. ' Trnitj Church estate in New York, is estimated to be worth $6,000,000 and over. Twenty thousand specimens of insects that prey nrv.n wheat, have been collected in Europe. full "town kitten rith eight legs and two tails is exhibition at a urug &uue ui b on Col. Lane ot ivausw uuiunci Vio liorl Vippn divorced. in 11 llilVlli UVi U'.v The trial rtf Krikla and Mrs. Lunmnzuam, iui w will take nlace in May. rauP-ier vi j .- x Gen. Scott's pay, hereafter, will amount to 15,000 a rear. CoL Fremont is busily engaged in New York, pre paring the reports of his last three expeditions for publication. r . It i3 calculated that the clergy cost the Lnited States $15,000,000 annually; the criminals &4U, 000,000; the lawyers $70,000,000, and rum 200, 000,000. . Thre are twenty female physicians in Boston, the trr-itest part cf whom do a good business. They fcr the most part confine themselves to the difficulties in cident to their own aex. George W. Johnson, one of the la...

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. — 25 June 1857

MISCELLANEOUS. FOR THE PALI SSASOZ. 15. XV. F2I) OITLD MAKE KNOWN TO THE Mer I chants, Traders and Planters of the SANDWICH J&I AIVDS That he will receive, ly the American ship HARRIET & JESSIE," That left BOSTON FOR HONOLULU ON APRIL 1st, and expected to arrive about August 15th, a fuli and complete assortment or MERCHANDISE adapted to the require ments of the trade at these Islands. SALES "TO ARRIVE" WILL BE MADE. The assortment consists in part of the following named arti cle : , Drv Goods. f Boston denims, Hadley denims, Apron checks, Fancy alpaccaa, Black alpaccas, Black and gray prints, Bleached cotton, Tink prints, Manchester cottonades, Sagamore spool3, White sewing cotton, Blue sewing cotton, Linen thread wh & blk, Cotton umbrellas. Silk parasols assd pat'ns Richmond 30-in prints, Globe blue drills, Globe cotton flannels, Asstd Rob Roy, Blue drilling-, Fine blue sheeting, Hamilton prints, Merrimac true blues, as Cases all pink prints, Fancy prints, asstd Bales K...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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