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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 12 November 1857

t ',p4-J Jtw .3 ..N' 7ir t driven "wmfiir t0ly JuJ . 46 l IlT i Z JiV . -""-si teeing"; Bf0, gUbcrtiscmtnfs. ii)litrtiscmfiils. yd'a ) from ; r,1 tLij;e' nation. Shill floer u . r II iLfr a. "-Mil . ? rh uiiiwijiUW- irn.li . eo Y to loo i. . IJH I (of f. (U 'irff..;i. "?wo rn, , or lift, tirt.-,',"e rf . LJ t T: 10t. "'""jcea rreviouslT unaware. 91. i r,j,, "o uiieu ir ioe rouzh a oKjTctQ'l t Trwhed. The catechiain f Lucretia," iud noTela of that class. iii-uri wiiii onnoime an.litv. Eut literature of the dar took the chkce of thriMA books which she hl been set to read hv good oil Ir. Beattie, the .Yenerable Tastor of United Preabyterian Church, of which her ts were members. She became faster in her than thoe of her female acoaaintance who ' been accustomed to what Isaac Taylor's o'd ladv jre been bo well taken care of that she now took care or berselL Ana so it came about, in the ( of s few short years, that she met in the poor j youth with her fate." e led two liTes ; and later in...

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. — 12 November 1857

?nsPAozrzo Commercial Advertiser. - Fnrelsjra SwsaMsary. " Kwitt The account from Trauma are somewhat mxating. Tb citizens of Lawrence have adopted a charter Ibr their local government, and have organ ized a regular municipal goYenunent, the officers be ing chosen by popular election. A copy of the char ter wu placed in the hands of OorerDor Walker, who ianed a proclamation, charging the people of Law. rence with rebellion. Governor Walker was, at the laei accounts, encamped outside of Lawrence with the troops, and awaiting to serve warrant Ibr the arrest of all the municipal officers elected by the people of Lawrence. The latter bad determined not to nego tiate with. aim. Should Walker, or any of hie force, errU or military, be fired upon or restated in making th proposed arrests, he would proclaim ciril war and direct the troop to fire upon the mass. Coot Watdl The following simple method, it is aid, wDl keep water almost as cool as ice : Let ths jar, pitcher, or vessel used Ibr w...

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. — 19 November 1857

AO .. u .. . -sir r - nonces to advertisers and stmcaraa. OUttuuriea, fuuenj inriuoions aud nutkM or ecBMiliwHniw tntonded only o benuflt u tndlvUuiU's kuainesc, U1 b charged a adTorttwinenl. . AdvertianiMota diaptejred in Urgcr typ. th mmI, W c Ject to Heavier charges. X7Sateriptioa to the Caauaefciat Advertiser payabla W ARUBLT I ADTAIfCB. tarNotratnteBtajdrecttcmeiria wmiMtaMertad, MUM r XT Com-pmleriee from all parU of the Pacific wtn laji be rerj acceptable. C L , COMMERCIA L PRINTING OFFICK. ' - PLAiN AND TANCT " '. , BOOK AND JOB PRINTING books. : ' r bills or KXCUAVaX, CATALOGUES, . ' . BILLS OF LADIKO. BILL HEADS, CONSULAR BLANKS CIRCULARS, ' BLANK DF.kI, AUCTIONBTLL8, " HANDBILLS. PAMPHLKTST SHOP BILLS. IT VISITING, BUSINESS, AND ADDBJCS8 CARD printed on a "Vankee Cart Prea,' la the bighert itylt of a art. - - . - Commercial Advertiser. 7ir 1 ' I - -"v r- ' ' ; ; rr" "T7 - : r . " 1"? . p VSamHCct.m! Chin., and other " " " Iff ' SfWS" 'T'S ' " ' ,V '' ' (i- th&'sss,'"....

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. — 19 November 1857

t:! ! .f ii COEIMEHOIAL. fTVXESD4r EyEXIXG, NOV. 18, 1S47. A steady trait has been transacted since our last report, and tb-rre 1 ao cbupe to ants in staple, go Cir, r bdievo the cam's trade haa oat equaled the anticipations of dealers, par ticularly the retailers, who gmersUj complain of a conaiderabie tilling off in their receipt a comired with last season. The stocks oo hand are stUl large t more than sufficient for the waota of the trade for some time to entue. ' We note the arrival of the brig Jut ill, from Bremen, with an assorted cargo. Sales hare been effected from her earjo at tiir prices, euro prising Dry tixls and Clothing mostly, articles which are difficult of quotation. Money is by no means plenty as jet, and it la extremely difficult to effect tales for cash at anything like remaneratire prices. The Excel, from Koioa, brought to hand a quantity- of Sugar from the Uhue Plantation, which is noted below. At no time ia several years ha the article of Sugar reached such a ...

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. — 19 November 1857

.A- ; 1 I -The New Tork Journal of Com- , 20, published a piece of news '.ntlemaa fift days from the Sand- vhich will be news to oar readers. f evidently behind thWorelse is sensation as he go-Sng. y, which fallows, he mustliS 'U about July 1. arrnoss w the Sajtdwich Islaxd V V m ' v- , , Irom gentleman v -wia A7i.uus aaUK. i 1 1 1 w a r . the volcano vl iuna T.r , . had a "tin hec. VTi'-irfnlt- . .- . . .. . v "j anfi Hi r'WttneI!A8runtion atmron Mut seven niil of the of Hilo, fillinJ ki ) vievenness of the surface JStto that point. f j or tv miles rrom the"pr there f t apprehension that the preseL X,pti0n A.ther burr that Tillage entirely, orufJi;ne w-7 it into the sea. This last arnrthpC jrsisTJjrorai the actions of the lava at the last erupi ton ; it fi3aa in several instances appeared to su. h.te for a while, but afterwards burst out lower down Nt mountains and carried all before it Forests in broken down and destroyed by it like bullrushes. be Tillage of Hilo contains a popula...

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. — 19 November 1857

' . o TZZZ2 PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. - - THE MAID OF ROCK CREEK OB, SXBAPHIXA AS1 RUDOLPH C8. " Tis ereniaic on tb banks of beaatiful Bock 'reek. The silver beams of Luna, which straggled Howa through the branches of the trees, revealed scene of transcendental beauty. Upon an ancient . stamp which had braved the tempests of an hundred winters, sitting in an attitude of graceful repose, was an angeliferoos maiden jnst bloomed out into sunny womanhood. She was radiantly and peerleeelv beau tiful. Wehster hides his inglorious head in the dust in the rain attempt to furnish words descriptiTe of her loveliness. Graceful as a duck, wild as a hawk, pensive as a sitting hen, with her rich eurls of tow culored gold streaming oTcr her shoulders to the ground, like some bright swamp angel she sat, while the moonbeams rested like a halo upon her elegant head. Sorrow, and the mullen stalks which grew around her, caut deep shadows oTer her unrivaled countenance, and the night wind, as it ki...

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. — 26 November 1857

3 0 ... J'J ir - A PACIFIC lAL ADVERTISER, T A aaraaay Moralax, at si TO ADVERTISERS AND SUCSCRIKKR. Obituaries, funeral invitation and notice or eoirmiunltoo intended only to benefit aa individual' business, i be caartvd a advertisement. -'.' ' AdvertiaamaoU displayed in larger type than tuutl, are stir Ject to heavier charges. , , SrrBuhscrlption to the ComSMrcial Advertiser I pajaMe ts Parable ia A drawee. 1 aia, and the Unitedtea, will be $7 60 tea paper wul have AnJja a p. mage a wik prevent ny American puw'M very. -.... Tahiti, the Cofonica, China, and other part? Taa HI 1WH Iff VVJUn.n -- tnrNo transient ailvertlsmenU will be UiBertett,. rsi- r" ram. ' (7 Correspnnilenee frooi all parts of the Paeine will anran be very acceptable. - .;- ;''-. :' "';' COMMERCIAL PBIKTIXO OFFICE. --''': ' V ptATN AND FASCy" ''-- ' " BOOK AND JOB PRINTING ' . : si. -v . tirtu as ... books. bills of exchange, Catalogues, " bills of lading, BILLHEADS. CONSULAR BLANKS, .ma - - - BLANK DEKP8. TOTr 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. — 26 November 1857

n t t i i i ... i ' 1 4 fl ' 'A I 1 i 1 A 1 ,. t t :3 t li f ; n' .: . . I : 1. Ii! if I !i If I - r. i ; ii i 4$ w . it OOZLZSlXSIlCZiLI.. WEDXkZSDAT EVES I KG, If OK. 25, 1847. TU berk rMJr nhtd from Saa rnuci oa Tridaj last with perhaps Ur larg-- earjfo of renewal merchandise on freight I bat sh has ever brooch to this port. Date from that city are to November 0th, and frw Sew Turk to October 7th. The moat startling and metresting km of news U the great financial crista at the fat, by which number ef banks and boata of mer- eaatue huuwi, large and atnan, have been forced to succumb to the pressors of the times- private letter inform ua that in the epinktt of oU merchant a-ho weathered the storm in the well remembered year 1SS7, the present panic, with its train of n cantfle disaster far exceed that in severity, and the moat re- tarkaUe feat are in it is that this panic occurs in the face of an asuaSy abundant crops, and with as much money in the country ae ever before. Thej manuf...

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. — 26 November 1857

akkivAL OF THE . American Mail ,f October 5. . Aboat 5 o'clock P. IL on Thnr.w ' . , graph announced the arrival H. bat the wL one, .p at ect, and Moatly asserted it waath r0- regon, mntfl the vessel got within a eab.ai Y Pier- 11 omewhat singular that so ihonLl ilvn i . V J an IOW UTOTlte . -V Et those who hare made nuMm x't know her. Vix Angs two mailWboee of Sept. 20 and Ocw 5. V w of "W" -vjg nature than we haVe Vrers- A great financial crisis was aweer.inr United States, which at fv. Ut-. aJ rM any financial UurtarbanceCT witn J v8 ui lAuares reported lw "vBatler V fTVfc tlt -v AAA - "X J tlerl 3Co. "wwn, 9ou,uuu; John P. Jewt.i Co. -.W.000; French, Siseon & Co.. Provid-rS merchants, owing largely in New Bed- Wtflets & Co. and C. W. Field & Co.. New X, besides sereral hundreds of others. ,ji San Francisco, several failures are noted in the ter f our correspondent. It was reported that Toore & Folger hal (ailed, but we find the following bating to thai firm in on...

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. — 26 November 1857

(! " 0 J - . fr it i .1 r Commercial Advertiser. terrible: DISASTER ! . One of tb most appalling disasters that hma ever ha recorded occurred in the lose by foundering of the - California mail steamship Central America (formerly the George Lac. ' The 'steamer was lost in a gale off Cape Hatters oa the 12th of September, while on the voyage from Havana to New York, having on board about COO persons, 430 of whom are supposed to have been lost. The gale began 'when about 24. boars oat from Havana. The following account of the disaster is made by Cant. Badger, who commanded the schooner General Pierce, which touched at this port some two jears since on her way to Japan. Capt. Badger, one of the rescued passengers of the Central America, states that the gale increased nntil two o'clock on Friday, the 11th, when it was per ceived that the engine had stopped; and the ship fell into the trough of the sea, which caused her to make considerable water around the lee shaft and the lee lower dea...

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. — 3 December 1857

0 -tr Aj ' ' .' tCIAI, ADVERTISER, : very Thursday Momtuc. ai SI Annnra. Parable in Advnnce. c- ..fd j . b lalifomia, and the Ud'iI States, will be 17 60 11 such" papers will h;--i- which will prevent any American !ve bcinrr 1" I Vti 1 isi rlr deUn-ry. " . o In Tahiti, the Colonies, Chin, and other lU o 01 receive tho pap r for $6 00 per aonnm. . ' ' Ualn vtrn Anyca-rtsExaxTS till vc charged. lvmisments (3rst insertion) per line 10 eta. . (Eaeh. subsequent do.) v . n 90 1 l si--ia x i"h I ' 1 1 I j I f ' 1 1 1 ' t;cj t. :rivzi " ":n::3 .oards, (not exceeding g lines) per annum " $5 oo! V . f f rt-i k excetsdingj--ies 'pace) firs insertion $ 1 00. -achmtset.M.t insertion - . 6.1 ct. 0 I . nui LmMui " cnnrjrei at lite following c. 1 ' : PA' 1JU , '' 9ir Tisnia, fcctiy 'print! on a "Yankee Card -r-: .fart. ( - - '- - , ' i i-jwic v vwmij him-j ier quar j; R.arta o a column per iuarter -fcalf c.fa ecl'tma pT quarter vh.le enluran per unarter - t k if. tht f' s ' advertisement wiU be Ins...

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. — 3 December 1857

!L V ! 1 t i -? " .. i I 1 ; 1 '. r . 1 . . A " - I : t - - t - 4 . f : I)- i i v 1. 1 t : 1 1 -V - !! rreoxEsvjr Ef'ESt.ra, dec. 2,1347. Bcnstiad, sine our last review has been decidedly dun. The mrtiin onJy bave been busy, and, in that way, trade considerably OTfrdour. Ijirw quantities -J Jxxxj bar been (breed so the aiarfcrt, at very low prices. . Tee lup. OCw soe.1 Sir Hew Eedfnrd on jrooday, a L-trjre cargo cf cl jurt boue. The Hound auU Af rsse v?er Bird are loaded, ao-1 wi3 aa!l abortljr. Tbo brig Ifrro, tnr Haoa- Kong, on Wednesday took a full cargo at beef, Soar, Ifqnars and aondrka, which will retiev the market slightly the heavy stocks which Lave been weihias U downthroitgn the Another retail stock was closed oat at auction this week. The bark f'trnon of Xew .Bedford, has been purchased by panic in this city and will be added to the whaling fleet out pf this pert under the command of Cap. Bom pus, late of the ar- mtmf. . SUGAR Sales of about 1S.M0 lbs. No. 1 in kegs, for ...

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. — 3 December 1857

0 i- I i which Ibr the fast two or tlirco wctk.. ha 1 Liv' i i up the ei.tntnc to tbe harbor, anl teen in pt. sore to the port, 1M received a Mers to Bet sail and wui sqoare oa twMj.at JO o'-TockNew London direct, ccdpr command of Capt. Johnttcv ..late of iet vs IUnJ expeilition, and formerly tn ' ) T brig llawiiii. .. ' 1 H xctus. "Are you afraid of Lout Ihe cashier, as Mrs. Partington went-rj,ci-"OB- "lUnki Ctilinz" akl th tfter hud any Mea about it at alL If R&'-m. 1 ili. n't Ji !. -. r-:i i F n't see how he Jieln it." I meant." I-V.. I. I .1. ?S,t:. t. - .: i'iidwu currency lor the She -Uswl a ux nit-nt countln? her Liiik ju did, did yon ?" said she : 4 well, its abon. i IOUI.I ' re.l hofl .v: . i t - . . uuux. mev nave moneT ! r!l tr itta, anJ heaven knows there'. neeuVngb. of ,:Wn fr a cool tnaoy of them, and hey allow their co.tuiuers they may etan.f it, -fcVfttl things are nncertain." She pnased oEf ia ex9ia:ou, and the cashier counted out one i'red and hfteen dollars an...

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. — 3 December 1857

0,1 0 HbalcLiit. k 0 V t "J . 1 l ! i t I 1 S 1 , f f : J -i'S "'V J.- Servian a Snbpcena. It is sin-ulr what naifts lore will mate to accom plish (K" :iJ. lVh, gates and bars arc of little ail against CapU'a pick-lock contrivances ; his canning frill Jvit ways an i mcajis to open them alL A young rrnt'.cnian liaJ courted fair da mad of this vitj, ajid it we supposed the two in time would "be come one." Some little quarrel of trivial nature, as lovers'" qu-ureL generally are, occarred. Neither would coafetu tie wrong to be on tbeiriJe presents and eotTeopnndence were mutually sent back, and the match, was broken oft. Tne young gentleman i tu mo-, riiatdy started off to New Orleans, to enter into com mercial pursuits, thinking that distance would lessen the attachment he real! lett for the jonng lady. v When woman is injured, or thinks she is injured, l y the one she loves, she is more apt than the male hex " to the oil her own nose," a the saving is, to ' rsct pain and to bo revenge...

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. — 10 December 1857

d " - . - '. . -. - . . - . ...- - - -..- ... . v .... . . . .. ,' - v ........ i J -iBssssEX3BiB9BeaBBBBaBBiBeBBBM igsaseaMawawiwawTTTTn-",,,rMWMW,'MM,l,M' .i i .- ' ' . : - - - . . '. ' ' ..i -gr: , . tL- . ""SBswMassMBaMaanawi - ataSMsaaBSasMaMawsSMaasMBsaSssaL -Si assaasaawni nun a THE PACIFIC V COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, Pablfebrd Every Tbaml.r Marat., .1 six Dollar, per iiaim. Parable ia Adfann-. Papers sent to California, and thajited States, win b $7 50 T aannm. An such papers wilfT3,ericn postage P U-n,.Wch will prevent any Amerieakw beinsr -he delivery. - . . Vin Tahkl, the Colonies, China, and her i!aYJW l: receive thepaper for $ 00 per aunum. Rale. to ADVEUTKr.i AND etrxsaxrjsuv. Obitaaries, funeral inviutions-and notSoea or comnnlcati"i' Intended only to benefit an Individ ual,i twiatraiss, will to eharod as advertisements. - - AdverUsementa dTbyea in larger type tbaa oswal, sat Ject to heavier charges. tyfkihscriytioti to the Commercial Adrettier ia parable vf raaiaaiv n S...

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. — 10 December 1857

0 Wl 11 4 - o otinun cial. TUESDAY ErEyi.XG, DEC. 8,137. vr wCjcotw m improvement la trade this week, but rather a felling tram last week's t umbos. Ttfe Kwoa has been no aauafly abort aad ouproataUe, a night bare been expected, wbro ws regard the gradual decrease of consumers from year ta jraar, aad Ike (Tea Increase of Mares, and consequent eloaa co-sptt iiioa which preraila. The total amount of Importatfooe thia year wil probably exceed that of Uat year, or at least win folly can a to it, and the dose of the season finds as with bear Hocks oa band fully sufficient for another season's otarf ea The eomtng spring aad summer seasons promise to be aUr, stale aad nnproncable. - The One beak Metropolis, lately engaged in the lumber trade between this port aud Oregon, bs ban purchased by partias bet Cur the whaling business the price pail was $7,000. At auction good are sacruiced. and money seems to be by no area so plenty as it should be at this tin of the year. That failure J B. F. Bo...

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. — 10 December 1857

JO . W' A nala . tStmtlttS. ' S&ljtxtistmids. B. W. FIELD Mil I . r i Am S k I" T rrjuz Cat - v. ; Mea troona. uxpeet, wRWA fih. recount the tropbefl which hate befallen ocean steam. 1 ia or trading wjth the United States, we n tallowing bAvegp entire! lost : TAT. Nver heard of. All hands saved. AU bands saved. Nrtcr braid of. A 11-hand 4 saved. . AU bands saved. A few sared. A few Saved. Never beard oC Merer heard ofc. A lew saved. VSIXATHHI $350,000 soo,ooo 60u,0vO V, 200 0UO TWjO.ooo 700,000 680,000 SOO.OOO 140,000 : $40,000 if the cargo was uicluJel, these figures would be ire than doubled. The President was lost in the v 1841 ; no one knows how or where. The Colum , in nautical phrase, broke her back" on the ks on the American shores of the Atlantic. The of Philadelphia went to pieces on the rocks near ve Uace. The City of Glasgow sailed from Liver- 1 3 Larch 1, ISO I, and was not afterwards heard ot ' Great Britain came near being included in the i having laid ashore for 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. — 10 December 1857

0K f4) l . i a - -m t . X" T .1 iau uw mercoaui prunn vi oobwu, hv t wj ftrd. nd New London, And New Tork, cannot afford to let that people go back again to the poverty of 'peathmiim. or to tae stul worse depths or wmim ignorance and superstition. - - Bat there is another view of the importance of that little group, which is higher than all these. It is their relatioa to the great missionary work in all that island world. Thousands of islands are scattered all over the western Pacific, green and beautiful in the miles of a tropic sun, but the night of death broods ever them. Who shall carry them the light which will dispel this darkness ? You cannot plant a mis sionary upon each of those Island. Many of them ra small, containing from a hundred to a thousand people. How shall they be won to Christ ? God has provided the means. He who is wiser than we, sees the end from tbe beginning as we cannot see it Though you knew it not, and intended it not, yet in ending the gnepel to the Sandw...

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. — 17 December 1857

2 0 'S 7W TO ADVERTISERS AMI M'KSCUIBEIS. Ob!ta-jriH,faiicral fnvUvwM n.mJ notice -i i-r tnimunlcatjtis IntorvJo.l o.'.Iy to beiitvti Rn iu.livKluit!vJiitl'.i, Wb" CW-- w a vcrt!.-me":;t-i. - -1 . , A Jvwitisj'iiiojits isjilayI in Irirjar tyic lliun usual, ra eu'. ect t lioavicr charrc. - ' ' , ' rAttlAHl.t IS AIlVASCr. 1 PA1I. ' ' IT Correspn:!we from nil :irt r the ltciflc will alwM be try ecrptal-V. l ' , - TAKCEO. per line 11 eta. cs. fMJ. 'f . .. T- ; ! ' ' .'- I COMMKROUIi PRINTING OFFICE. , , . -n IT-' iuinuru ft ' V PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK ASD JO 15 mi vr inxs ;' dccn s Unff 10"a?w-)' insert ' 1 C3. U"J,U WiU c,,ar at the fcuowinjrro, Payable at th end ,,r,...i t BOOKS," CATAtOCrSS," , - mm, in: u? . .. URC'LLAIU?, AUCTION UIMJT, VWS OF EXCnANOE, JJ5LLSOK UADIXG, CONSULAR lU-ANKt?, BLANK.EKDP, .. II AN MULLS. w nty line) per ouan-r ' s w ft f of column ix r ..u.-.rt " fcrJumii per f.aart.r - - . " If-EI PAMPHLETS, SHOPBILW r !- TISITINO. BUSINESS. AND AIIUES8 CAIUt! Irertjt men...

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. — 17 December 1857

OOMMEIICIAL. DXESDJT Erxiri.VG, DZC. 14, 1867. Kb offer but a brief report oa th state of. trad this week tVre being bat Unto worth noocing-. Business continues don, od prion of Most ererj description of goods tnaeh depressed. - Anctjoo safes eooUnos to be the principal feature of trade and prta realised are aousnatty tow The firm of William 4 Jnoa Bade an assignment tor the benefit of their erediian oa TrSday last this is one of the most disaairJu tulares in a small wij that has occurred in Hooohila IV jrars the Eabilitfc of the firm are between $7000 and JS00O; K assets are estimated at 1500 to $700. Thehaaofthe whalingbark JTeptttne was sold at auction I it week lur $500. We understand that ahe wiU be broken up. Her inrentorr was sold separate!, and brooght Terr high price, a uwm did Urn a baling rear from Ute wrecked thlpjfalrkez sold a Tuesday. Shipwrights are very busy Just at present fitting oat the barks ; Faith and Mttropoli and the brij Ant ilia tut whaling, and ! repairin...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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