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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 21 January 1858

ill 4 ri 1 is 7 c- to r. . i to m o. fc. id is e :a le ii a l ir At TV ashington of 7 tL Aastriaa Government, of all Eonatli wititia ito reach. praey. Ions identified witk aIw.t:; w t rel'lenc 111 Eagleswood, near Liberty jr.ce which HTi-. . m " wuuc una has iMKtf' atrely ??rir frin5 t twel " U hmI r ve Tears he paralysis. More onu have been asrsrravated lv other ail menu. iiat t9 Mormons can brine n ,OGJ iben into the field, and more i&aj Indian allies. is rolling in the New Orleans market at 44 r j i moLtssee at from 18 to 20 cents eonqnerer of Yankee Sullivan. Superintendent of Streets and . the Street Commissioner of New i Lav. 17. The Texas steamship Jerwick Bay, bound to Galveston, ;s, came in collision with the steamer same line, at midnight on the 15th sit sank immediately, and from 20 V among them Gen. Hamilton, of - I1 the officers and crew of the 2 .tared. The Galveston was but 3. ' Captain J. Van Horn Ellis, (fbr- mer .Ikamai, or Honolulu,) of the 'y lost in a collis...

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 January 1858

- - txxxi PAoino Commercial Advertiser. Swaapolsi mt tae PmMeat't M The Hesmga opens by returning thanta to Al mighty God for the numerous benefits he has be rowed upon the nation. Revenue Reduced Loan Hinted At. The Message refers to the commercial and financial panic which has ao serionaly affected the country. The rerenne of the Government, which is chiefly derived from datiea on imports from abroad, has been jrxestfly reduced, whilst the appropriations mads by Congress at its last session for the current fiscal year re Tery large in amount. Under these circumstances, a loan may be required before the close of your present session; bnt this, al though deeply to be regretted, would prove to be only a slight misfortune when compared with the suffering and distress prevailing among the people. With this the Government cannot foil deeply to sympathise, though it may be without the power to extend relief. The Banks. The banking institutions of the country are charge able with the fina...

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 January 1858

00 Saw f DIFIC g, at Six TO AnVKKTISKM AD CBSC:iEIIB - Obituaries l'y-ri invioui'mj and nntiora or omnmunicartuaa inton-ird oolr to IntK-iit an individual's baimf, will be eharfsd aaadvt-rtisxtmsiu.. L . - AdTertiiem!uU dtenlajned. In larrer type than usual, ars aul Ject to buarwr eliarpt - - !TjrSnhrrljiU..u t tlw CcunmereW Adverliw ! paya'Js IJ' f UUI.T K 4HVAir:. " -13" No transient alvTtiraerds will be hmcrted. vauuM r raii. IT CVinvsiiond;nce fr.in all parts f U) Paeifls . wUl alvajrt be rrj aerv)tatle. - 1 - 09 '4 iTMBlft III A n -, S SsKY r 4A W AT a m - - i f, rj - 11 Aracricn postage - - 3"ri any American portage being -r Qiev detiwry. ' V .ibex in TaliitL the Colon!.: n;n. -. i ... J' --fic wlU "re the paper for $8 00 per annum. transfcxit lTertm-iits (first insertion) per Uoe 10 eta. 1 - iiJua suDsenuent do. i COMMERCIAL PRIXTIXf! OPriCK. t t , ... - PLAIN AKD rAXCV f T " Josiness card, (not exceeding 8 linn) per annum a eta. $5 00. 1 'Each additional line) Mu. It Parable...

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 January 1858

OOMMEIICIAL. -edxesdat fxjrjrc, .x?r. , ism. Sine. car U report. trde has eonthM fclr for this season M (Wa ..... j--, me utue animation to noticeable. 1 Tajitet arrived from R twinging 10 days later datea fro that city; the ntmHrdil news .. itiaewuiiruk and prieea of many articles advancing. . Tlr;tbri,anan ftt, eomtatog of about 150 part U former toportatioo. of potato Iiare rotted in store. , oesened j live few reniaining ships win not leaw port fcrtereral weeks yec A fore-and-aft eebnoner .v. . .. . . . fa !P0 T e to bo the schooner Oirux, Way, " ' Maai P" T8o of pota- T. ",ppoiUoa rct, the Olivia will find tt dirti ed to W AtKoi.,. there are no potatoe. to be M the natives raised large quantities last year at that place, ta Hopes of a heavy demand from California. In this they were disappointed, and several thousand barrels of excellent pot toe. rotted the ground. Accordingly they hare this year turned their attention to soae other branch of agriculture. Poa.ibly potatoes may b...

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 January 1858

uu sw TEa r t f T "-J "P. ZT7l a, a mri 4 nt, bur Dollar 87 iefr eary 'matter for our worth v. J horn) Tax-Collector, who has ' Vfix-book in his possession, to pat a ' L Aon's name, with a date, and then fy oaA and when he chooses to do ape the penalty of the law 1 Not a aal especially any of his friends! Hould haTe any more rnch Tax-Col-tUman to deal with, for we are not and the sooner he is oat of office, the v blic mind will be at rest, as there are ar worthy citizens complaining of thia 1 a brother-fireman, who is also charged Z t pay the taxes ; and who, in vindi , "ated that that gentleman (the Tax mlm in the street and demanded the gm be replied that he had'nt it in his if he would call at his house he would !m. Bat, instead of calling himself, as illy be expected, he sent a constable with Vr him to appear at the Court next day. Vleed ! All the above was stated to the ai to no purpose. - The Tax-Collector I ie, and that was sufficient ; you must f and Foar DoIUrs costs of Cou...

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 January 1858

o 0 Tne pacific : Commercial Advertiser. .. i c.h7m,er ClMk,a "41 U4'm. The kuiguU ofoM were in the habit of wasting a great deal of vahmble time by defending at sword's point the reputatirn of some particular damsel . to larJ incunea. ine mevalier Uu9timg goes luruier, aoa enters tne list t do battle for all the ladles. He declares that they are not at all respon sible for the present financial revulsion ; that their flounces and furbelows are only a bagatelle in the onest:oa of exports and imports ; that their crinoline did not stop the Erie Railway ; that their silks did - not break the Ohio Life and Trust Company ; that ' their kid glores and Lilliputian bonnets had nothing to do with the stoppage of the great dry goods houses ; and, farther, that their style of dress is quite the correct thing in everyway. And he, the said Che valier. - makes pnblie proclamation that he will de fend this fasue after the good old .chivalric custom. Hear ye, all wan ! the Chevalier, armed at all ...

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 February 1858

3 0. .... THE PACIFIC . ... pJ3fEHCIAI. ADVERTISER, oner: TO ADVERTISE:! AND L'BCallBSaA. i Obituaries, funeral limitations and wdioss or e.-oMoantoathxt intended only to benefit an individual's business, will be as advertianaeats. . . Advertisements dlapiajred In larger IJfP than aroal, are sat Ject to hearler charges. - , IT aulotiiyUon to the Commarrlsl Advertiser la payable rs- VAaiASLr is aovaxcx. . -- - t7No trausieat sdvertisments Wul b Inserted. Clt far CaTespoiMence'froni s!l parts of the Pacific WUl be very acceptable. . WT Thanter Mmiu, at Six s Am. Parmale in AalrmBec "fornia, mod the United States, wfll be $7 M h papers wffl hare American postage -1 t any American postage being rJrrery. tl Tahiti, the Colonies, China, and other parts cf J receive the paper (or $9 00 per annum. Raid' 1 ABTKBTTrfKXHrrS WILL rHAKGBD. -ertisments (Erst inaertioa) per line 10 ets. . jeh stt4pqaent do.) " " " ft eta, at exceeding 8 lines) per annnm $& OO. neh additional line) " " Mcta. " ...

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 February 1858

7 ii- . ..it , . J6- . -. 1 wzoiresDjT jcrcTjro. res. , isjs. Snca oar Wat report trade has eotrtinned (air, with Maw lHtl Inm-Jry certain dcserirxiuna of mnH. .. ootob betas gradually worked ofT, and at present to noteoo. akUre.1 heavy. SomeiotoUwyleaaiNlmrffrirabtepaUerna. J habeiaaoM slprieMantconotJie-eaNor importation. wlu new good, of aniUbte .tyfea, go off IVeHy at remMeratWe : l-rie.. Jftive taste,mthe way of print. J, rery capriciooa, ? aid importers find Ha difficult matter to eater to fe. i 1W ha keen bat ene arrival this week, the schooner I- P. t:er, fro , Puget Sound, wt.h . cargo of lumber, motl, boaiis. salesof wbiek are qootd beknr. 7.- "eot of the direct trade Nrna this Port and ftwrranrtwa, taken from , hue California pap. Tfceta- . lbow rrancisro rrom Honolulu the past tmr years: toss. I - - 8.427 I ISM. . . 10,-Tei 1 ISA?. .... Trim. , 3.900 Z7 " W oor tT,vl "J that port has fallen off - "-urnB mce 1SM,M Cu-as tonnage U concerned, thsuTh if the valuation of tmw....

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 February 1858

'Aug roads, some of them models g care of Lis large herd of kao$, 'njded hospitality, in which - the ladies of the famH j, " do come to man, lux a, . a. 23, 1 N3. Ition U being directed condition of I.nolula, it would be as some of the " oat stations," not are fSiriediate contact with the metropolis. ral di-rict are at present rather in -Ith m " made and provided," i be Mippcacd, we hold: of the former members of the board the kingdom and as the present .oeut peetns to dout the constitutiona"- .e being a quorum, please jrg the powers that 11 Tacanctca and aathorize them to present, ,sertte some of the naisnnces that are scatter i ougb. the town. We haTe always enjojel a '"grree of health here, to be sure but there js truth now than formerly, that "An ounce en t ion is wortii a pound of cure." Pbo Boxo Ptbmco. FOREIGN SVMM.IU1 rnort m that the Mormons will vacate rinr, and take pwwion of Sonora. speed ever made t,n the ocean, was by p Flying Srud, 4W miles in 24 hours. i, the people'...

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 February 1858

9p THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. THE COTTAGE OUT OF TOWN. BT R. t 8HI1XABER. i . . TliA t tF?tt A . - h ukim at Watting were Terr smart .. coierpTOinfjnone better in the town where . t hey were located. They were both fine fellows one M' one '"gle. They were rery much alike m size, and in taste regarding dress one was the . vuu.cpari ot ine other. Thej had been together so long, too, that their manners assimilated. Did a enstomer come in and address Watk:ns as Wilkins, or . "utln3. me answer was an exact fac . ""-.. u- une xor wuoin the question intended would hare r when the scene to which oar story relates transpired. Ah if 19 ft Cn HIT UCtAhm AflAi-wvAn ltr:il.: P- Watkms, hanng transacted a good forenoon's work, went their respective win tn thai . -wukin h hotel, and Watkins to the bosom of . "J" WM haPPy man in this re gard. He had a pretty little wife and everything around him as snag as snug could be. He was nS ."or.t Wa7n as he was of a warm dinner, which he had ordered...

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 February 1858

THE rOVXERClAf. ADVERTISER, i -.bibhr Every Tfcmrexa.y Maralax, Six . rWlars Pr A IHtraalw ia ArfTMcr. jper frn t California, and the United States, will be $7 60 snaam. All aocb paper wiB liar American postage TO twrtiafiinsnil mnteilnwe sod. notkne c jd only to bana aa la ." bar .-i wUbe t dispavyed UUrfa?tyr tnaaeaaal, ateana ' M them, which wirljwvent any American postage being itheiri sSubseriptioa to the Cimmerclal Adrmraur i Pajatw a ', Taaixsav m Aovaaca. KTNetni itinl adrertlariell wltt U txawrtat, rnw Pa KT CorresporKtancefrosa aU parte of tb Facta 19 alwaaj k vary acceptable. , . ;, j COMMERCIAL PRINTING OjrilCK '"" i- PLAIlf AMD VAHCT ' BOOK AND JOB PRINTIKO : SOOstB, BILLS Of EXCHAN0B, CATALOOT7X8. ' BILLS OF LAB1N0, BILLHEADS, C0NSCLAR BLAKXf . CIRCULARS, BLANK DEEDS, - . ACCTTONBILLS, BAND BILU. , . PAMPHLETS, SHOP BILL CP TL9ITINO, BU8INK9S, AND ADDRKSS CARD' printed on a "Tankee Card Press," in the highest style of tie an. ' - .- . . o . . ..t iti. the Colonies, TCh...

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 February 1858

- . - fojrIur Krxo rzM. vk is. -p see mi om r oinw deltaeae, am we hare vhtu or aepaRBfes ef merchant nadi id report. The- Iwk rKe la bain re-ocp-rad, which win cause w tr to W .0110,. We hear of bat Bate freight ofleriar; J" leav, port this rprtaj trader I ce omru the expert, cf prevloo. ta taieu ""J" of In their aapoiotaau, tuuie and maanm : we ee-IX far theea prosperous mm, and If aay ship ftdla to ep to tbeaverar- ts net he far wtt of Uberaaty and fcreUra the part of ti owners, or of ireaopkleoeas in Cm ma east Francisco paper a table of exports from , m"" wbiea we dip tbe fcoowieg total aasount of ex- w m, ia. aaaewaA Isiaoda fcr 1SST . 'T'iTBectli, - - - $294,200 Specie, " "wifM of tvefgnSonr ia sot so plenty Of I naa neea ; the market has bees glutted through the fall, and sale would not near corvr the cost of importation the Stork la miU fair, hot not heavy. Tto stock of Hawaiian at quite tirgn I'm mill has stopped grinding ft che season Unbalance r wheat at the aria being r...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 February 1858

... a -, hl nTffen'lin? prty b one of the police force, -or exr-" 1 . ' i m . ' ? if fal.e reports are raised against hi ir .... 4naft) errra ior into to contradict, his . .11 Ka a-Titi.". tP .f n. Tin n" tTvrP TV: t)a.5TWSPO! 1 . of th aiiniit'i w- - - -.-' -. . nrna. rionWfert thtt prisoners committed i -.-tv... i v .: r.-;....!-. !,.. .1.. in notAfan to tell f iIhooLnril we do hope when jot find " ajra'i. neci-wry v ores ronefitWnal rales in regard to anfinyi'-ons - ' ... :n a . . tent?, that ron wtii not aertT ns the prm. rrommndin, shouM it asrr.ic be our mbfor L rn il:ffr with yon. your article ft.r their f lir- t-nI rmthfaln-s; an wnenyoa propone 10 rage , jinfi'tct seriatim, we hope you will embrace the !..' matter in diseiwion. and not pounce np-.n a , 419 .pri !( "r 111 iia..ia - - known to TnnrKf) for ser'nture o perrertel I be rendered Mrvphemy. v ith the choice epi- pn frrtAj ditpense-l in yonr article, rach hoo.1," " fI.e in every particular." " a dread re continsrenc?...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 February 1858

' s 41 ; Commercial Ad vertiser. Chistci Iie..w2t0nrrag Sbr" torlbegisr- Pmmmm Bay. . - The) Morning Star left Omoa Bay, FatuhiTa, oil a Monday afternoon, having token on board tb houaehold Btuff for Hiraoa and the Missiona ries, together with four Omoaa families, going to the meeting to see their teacher. Kaiwi, ordained aa their pastor. In ten hours the brig was lying to, waiting to enter Puamau harbor, Hivaoa, by aayngnt. Puamau is not a valley like Omoa, but a' crater, broken by many ridges, watered by many little streams and coTered by thickets of foliage more dense than Omoa. The harbor is a basin open to the north, having a safe anchorage in south erly and easterly weather, but requiring a vessel to sail close on the wind when going out, in order xtot to touch the rocks. The beach is sandy and hallow. The breakers commence far out, making wy januiDg somewnat dubious. The Catholic MiaBion stands out prominently, and is seen from . a. considerable distance at sea. The house of ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 February 1858

uu ' Vkl a W COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, . faMbM EvcrrTbantey M arcing, at Six pera tent to California, and the United Bute, win be 1 7 50 f , snnanv. AH audi paper wiB have American portage , apKBthertWiy" "Im American portage being ri Isrksd on tbn-r..rTy " gnl)cfn5"rTahHl1 the Colonies, China, and other parts of T?2"n recriv tb PP tor So 00 per aim aim. Ce Rne At wwtrw Arannim wai s nitsni. . f' transient advertismeut (first Insertion) per tine 10 eta. CV (Each sulaeqoer dot; eta. aJHoeaa cards, tn exceeding 8 fines) per annum (5 00. .. f (End) additional line) (Oct. Payable always in advance- .C8 Ships advta (ant exceeding 10 lines space) first inaertioo $1 00. Each lubseqnmt insert ioo - 60 ets. QraBrnz-T Asmrwus srill be charged si tbe following rates payable at the ead of each quarter: for one square (or twer-ty Enes) per quarter . fS 00 " one-fhorth of a column per quarter - - - $1200 ooe-haff of a erluron per quarter - . 920 00 a whole eotumn per quarter - - - $37 o rr No advert...

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 February 1858

C3 cz,. n aitfV-l oo rarend ara. ? cK r,rnr. ; -) Otrnw, font CJlao. will. ,i ' M e,oted betowthe ichoa-. r w - e Mettourue, with Knau averted bt: f Ilia a . .-... ue scnooner Pmlctine from gait . -. - fj. or a cargo of rrdwood bosrria. --X . rrt wl th. f.. off the hwbor, Id- --- --. of M advance la sugar mod floor in 60 caJ pon these advices, e party at oo catered -iT? weeded fa, pcrchs.Ing about thirty ton of - wms or domestic floor at price rng prior to T !'"' hhooh. " bans; made pub- navaneed materially In price. VT twnction. of tbe past week iave been few fit, wftn the exception of the pecafetir pu-hases "- a uc nob plantation eon-, in very slowly. 8caw J "uncuirj uu been experience, in conveying the e mm tbm nfll On a- 1 . " -w-p ! ana we learn that the rata --f--aaffetecan, - , The crope of Rtr on Maui and at Ho win be large ; and " appearances we we are warranted in saying eeeerger the present year than any JWauceiS3, h the total export fcr the twelve up a10 s, powiuy fcr IM...

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 February 1858

00 . t AiAB or tho rruUIcw members H ,TTL rrilwre. with retpect w tttmj ine 10 hl created much, discussion. into" and ITaveloek bad been raised to of baronets. tn for- Sir Archdale IVlbi, and the latter as Sir Harry Have- ber. - fhA lAQDcbrwaTK. but ttlCTlip WBTrH VU VUip uakua t(Tr- would be afloat. Her r ' wt(ediou9. bat the engineers had per- Dfi'r nd P8 were -tert5n'1 for '".fcfeolt in a ehort time. A scaffolding from view the launch broke down and a number r,ns&"Te more or lea injured. Un .Monday, U bJ nearly five ftet cf water under her. Luh1 affairs in London, Dec. 2 Money con , active deman-L ' The stock market was naed hr the arrival of the West India mail ler with JC300.000 in silver. ft1"" .... .. IT V v. crisis was Biin uwii ;..- a. the Ciilures were too numerous to particular. I Vn order had been promulgated at Berlin enacting rgosperaion of the usury laws. iThe Queen of Spain bus comerrea upon lapt. Bosch, of the Spamsn rng jacmio, the nrst i eriM cf the Order of D...

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 February 1858

.f 1 A 1 if'-:: .uiuiuui- iiuveriiser. lMMlUN.T.Titxa. s . Ta OMdd Erctc4 try Jafcau ; : fTransanja frees the Vulgate of M. Oooatv y A. ton. BtboU the Htnriw reared by total Jack ! ' w the it stored h. saaay a. piethnrte sack, ! . Ia the proud cirque cf Ivan's blTouac Mark bow the rat's fckaimts farm invade the goldn stores SB John' pswttlica laid. I with velvet mot anA Tunain c.ua Mida Griaaalkia to bis qoarry alidca. -toalkia grim, that airw ib fierce rodent, Whose teeth Insidious iohaao'a sackcloth rent I t ! nww the darp-eaowthrd canine foe's assault, - "ia vexed tteaverjst the t&in malt, ored la fie hallowed precincts of that kafl '-Tba .row complete at Jack's creative caO. -tferestalka the mrpetwous Com with crumpled bora, 3benaB u easeerbsiing stood waa torn, too bayed the feline slaughter beast, that slew '-J rat twedseeosa, wboae keen fangs raa through -TkS textile three Ut Involved the grain lay to Baa's inviolate domain. - Hew waJka the fcrlora dasuel, crowned wfth ro...

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. — 25 February 1858

uo the C-ACiprc;: K COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, - y Meriar, at Six to ADTTSTisrai Arr srrcaissa- OUiaaries, funeral inrtUUkais aod BOtfoea or eonvnunicauoos intended only to benefit an iDtU-ktaaTs btiainess, will be charge.1 a advert lavmenla. Adrerosemento displaced in larTT type than usual, are u; Jeet to hearier charjrea. - C7Hubacrlptjoo to the Commercial Adrertiaar is payable TAKUBLT is ADTASCB. , . - tJTXo transient adrerOsmcnU wiU be inserted, WUM mm rain. tor Correspondence from all parts of the Pacific wiU always be Tory acceptable. , . sent to California, and Jhe fried States, win be $7 60 -jaram. All such paper will have American postage ea them, which will pre witinr American postage being ops vrtrf aa their SofTlDen tnx-rfiitl, toe loiooies, V nina, Kia oiner puis vi jNt py-jgc, wi,vcrire the paper for J6 OO per annum. Rate 14T WHKH AVSTWSTTS WTC.L B CW1(3KI. stent adrertiWTient (fin Insertion) per Una j o er. . . (Each subsequent do.) a eta. Bines cards, fnot exceeding 8 Ki...

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 February 1858

rEDSESDjr zvexisg, feb. ja, isss. W hava to report another dua week, with feat few trmnsao ttoaa worth reporting. The southerly white have detained "eT"rirt readr. for sea, vaSe nearly the entire fleet at coasters is wtodbooiul in this pert. TV bn"r Adtmnct arrived Amu Fannina's Uland, no Monday, kkaamcrmiiintoiLMkiwi.ui.kj m.. Importation sad sale of this ail from Fuming K becoming quite feature is our trade : matam ss mm ja aim n By broagbt here and disposed of principal, la large loU ft tov w aapertor quality, mannXactored with care arfaktherwuJtof k experienc. The proprietor of the .m i poshing fcrward his business with an ansiaj spirit iteservinr of success j It Is ool to be rencttcd that there is do favorable market tor this on In the Pacific ai ( fm Eotfaod and Germany only, we believe, b it sought n mvmJt - . -nro-an, ana to convey It to these distant markets Malst upon, the shipper a considerable loss by shrinkage and leakage, and heavy expense of freight, insurance, Ac.; h...

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