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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 February 1858

0 0 4 V I) ..riltl IXSTASl-M IW UEWOJL IBS XVBV. ladder, cf India, in a letter to the Christian jjigrncer! gives the following instances f hero lB (SkJ fcrth by the Indian mutinies : nnt fkvr he MhAmerJ that Englishmen J UJCIiww " C deir forefathers. England is a noble country. f wn are heroes and her daughters are heroines. rebellion hasJnS5gfrC-'Js that desenre to j oeiated wjihose Talorciiabtions which we, Ijtfc throbbippalse read in history. In one place. u,?v""J"b"' hnsoana nea in ineir csmaga xio .1 V - V I .fmnlilllM wtlils h.A with S. 4 iin. shot dead one who seized the horses beads, !d Mother who climbed upon the carriage behind H cot him down. On they fled, till again they found thnseles anion foes, and a rope stretched across be road made further progress appear impossible. True to herself, she dashed the horses at full speed ,rainst the rope, and as they, bearing it down, stumbled, she. by rein and whip, raised them, while her husband's weapons again freed them from thos...

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. — 25 February 1858

: Commercial Advertiser.' ----- - BMncerRMlUr. - There waa fin oM General on, who. bavin? , " ' iu neta or Aian, mew very P cupm. lie was one of those Toogh-. hoBe8t frPiri,s often met in hia gallant profession ; innocent aa an infant of almost every- thinr mt Mil. : I. .. Ti ...s : i . , . J Me was nearly fiftv vean 0I.-I. mnA hi. 1 w viu w ben master Dan brought him acquainted with a I wMWw niunn, inwnose eye He began to detect - aometluBg that made him feel uneasy. Here was the result of leisure. At length, however, the blast boneety of his dis position rose uppermost among his conflicting plans, and his coarse was chosen. At school he had once , nooiea - utneilo's Defence" to recite at an exhibi tion, but made a failure ; he now recollected there was Bomeinuig in this defence to recite, very much like what he wanted to say. He (rot the book imme diatelr. found the nasaao. cUnn) nn t... :.u a determined air, and posted off to the widow Vail- ".a -n 1 a - . I wma a wiui ooaEenpesr...

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 March 1858

J "--1 J t THE PACIFIC i f Q MERCl AL ADVERTISER, -.jsl Every Tka?hr Marnins;, at Six I r". -r Aaaana. Payable la A a vaster. - - ' - ' I:,- A. i ' ' ' to ADvrrvrr- is iro ."-"rtcni: '.a Wtnwrtes, t.siaal lnv,ttpe and wee mm -l. Intended only to benefit an inUTldual's businees, wibst P . rvKfhrnia. and the United Slates, will be 17 80 tf" an nrfc wm wftl Hava Amnion nostaee Advertisementt displayed la tanjer type than asm!, are a Jeet to heavier charges. ' ' g7 Subscription to tbe Contmercial Advertiser is payabto m VAB1ABLV IS AOVASCB. rrNo traustent advertlsBisra wifl be inserted, trusts Tas JCT Cnrresrwdeoce froot all parts of ths Faet&e wO alwayi he very acceptable. I thees, which wflB prevent anvAmrrkan postage being 1 0 oa wear dtiwrv.r-- TTL-hr in TahitLrte Colonies, China, and other parti of iac win nrnpetbt paper fcr f 00 per annum. r iJftmcvi KxtTwmrvm n i u nuiois. . niit adrrrtiMoenti (first lm-rtkm) per line 10 rt. (Ech ,ubnewt do.; " 6 ets. ;- card, (not ricwrt in ...

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 March 1858

- r r " I in ScmoorUatVtbalargtfieetof veel, both nailv and fcr. Jin, UiAt. had ton 4etmiaeil fc many day by oothr!v windj at Wnih took thefr d -part ore on Saturday. . Tn Telrntrta. baa tcr!v 8000 brl of U eov-igwl, and to tkUtf tt a bord rciy Cut. Tha Spring fleet of whaler to thr Urdv making Its appeanac Uii year. Tlw wSsEcj bark Italy vent to tea on Saturday, and the Vvrmany and Gambia on TaJy laa. " ' ; Tb btic AntiUa has bees pot ia the mj beat order Jbr her Sorthera craia without regard, to expense. She sail tor about $27,000, sod carries about ai many sen and boats aa some of tic largest ebip. M.ty success attend ocr bland fleet. The schooner Sophia, from Eaa Francisco with the United State malls, and date from Jfew Tor up to January 5. ws telegraphed Thursday morning, but could not make the port nata fotorday boob on aocoont of advene winds. The com . Ksroai ana Bnancisl new to very interesting. In Europe the Tca Tr aeTere, and it to bring fclt even aa Our north aa c - iVte...

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 March 1858

00 cr bar. Messrs. Wells, Fargo & Co. forwarding the no t 3 rercent, which covers all expenses, in cIwCii? insurance. ' - - " " The Front street flour operators are now in fall tide cf successful speculation,&nl say tUey shall put their ferorite staple to 525 per barrel, despite the howlings of the press snathe ihij.c-ja of the poor. Sugar an J tea arih, cornn eal ai.d " j ertaters" do. "Sere will it end ?" As for standing it, like fnidab Sleek, we exclaim, "We can't ! we really think we can't ! !" Miss Annette Ince and Miss Emma Stanley, who Iefl on the Vaquero for Melbourne, may possibly en tertain yoa with some r.f their pleasing performances. JEss Ince, who has rtade quite a long sojourn here, in addition to eminent talent in her profession, bears m nnsullied repatation in prirste life. Aloha, Stphax. Destlf ate Hawallas Seasaess. . Bfs. Editor : As you are calling the attention of your readers to the increase of the whaling fleet out of Honolulu, and to the number of ve...

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. — 4 March 1858

a4 Ccamorcial Advertiser. BOTICE TO 17 IIAIGSE5. 5 . . T , mm - limtceaat. X-AaTj, whose labor in th gnen!isBS - . . obserrmtion on the wind and current of the Aiiuiuc are wHI known, has extended a somewhat similar in nui relative to th shin -.r fk- p.k " fct prepared by Com. Wilkes in his narrative of txpmay ExpedlOona ; Capt. "a McKeosie of New maa woT Manning of New York, baring, uuw npenmendenee. been engaged for a year a procuring information from whalers anl others on the subject. The remits nave been nlaced on a chart (not yet pubiieb!) iivided into districts of 6 lati- tuas by 6" Joojrittide. In these the number of days of search, and the number of days in which whales n'e neen seen, - are recorded as occurring in that district.'- From his report to the chief of the Boreas of Ordi nance and Hydrography we extract tha following t i ne accompanying notice to whalemen" is de- rlTed from the fovestijratioris that hare been carried on fit this office with Trgsrd to the migratory ...

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 March 1858

00 II t I f! mnwm-w 1 - ' - " " "1" ' ' - " " -" - - - - -- " "1 " " ' ' " -1 ' - , i ; - TIXE PACIFIC roS3iGBCIAI. ADVERTISER, m cr ..j-hrd Every Tfcmrastay Mara r. per A Payable i. A, law, at Six poU . t rollfttmia. and the United Stales, will be 27 50 vr in -h Toners vm ns Anvnan All such papers postage ; gn, which will prevent ; ujraerieu postage being aaffr 'TfT n TahitIhe Colonics, Chin, and other part of wUl receTethe paper for $d 00 per annum. liytHTOH AsmrmsMETiTS will chircxd. . Miuit advertiMDents (first insertion) per line 10 ct-. A3 ' (Each soNei,i-nt do-; " cts. (not exceeding 8 lines) per annum f ou. Knch a.l.litimal line) " 60 CU. TV Pavahie always tn advance. Jt am (on exceeding 10 Une space) fin insertion f 1 00. "r Each subsequent ins-rtion - - 60 eU. TIBLT AavmrreuMN will be ehxrvod at the following rates w parable at the end of each quarters a one iqoare (or twentr linea) per quarter .jBe-lhurth of a ertnmn per quarter - - le-fcalf of a column per quarter . . wh...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 March 1858

tTEDSESDAT ErEXlXO. MAR. 10, ISM.' I tbm wsk, tfat antral of tha brls; AntiUm, front Li-rvr- lthastu Xffea Ate. Am Bom. with unM sfcrtbispart,CTeatad a bda sttr, aad U retailers bars war rsnarU, tbdr raods. - A day er two batcrs tha AmtUlm arrived, B, C. Janion bad a brl Aaetlan. The attendance was large, aod tha bid. dfac tpiritad. OoodWoTyhlg!,pricaa,eoolderio tba MUHtftktjnr. 34 lock white shirting brooxht from 7s O r3 par yard t j prima, wndwabse patterns, Sj 3d inch bra oa,Te dack pants, per da. S7ftO0$9; shooting coats. i aw oaa wait aad scarlet undershirts, per doa, $3 3 0 $3 06 fancy bosasn shirts, 10 75 j do regatta do, $5 62 ; whit , tU 11 109 faBa-wblte matting, $9S3O1013 quarts ""n I'Mia, 4 7i O 1 13 Adiunantlns candles, 21c a uataral Uaf,S4e; do, twist, 24c, champagne, i. Tba rM Jwdjor arrived yesterday, and brings tba C. B. alia aod dates ftssss Saw Tork to Jan. SOta. wsa very amen depressed hi the Eastern States bat la ana fnadaeo tba Front 8c speculator ara la fttfl ...

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 March 1858

00 " Hokolclc, March 8, 1838. M. Erron : Tn addition to th joint eotnmnnt estion from Mr. Clark and mjaelf forwarded to you immediate' after yoar issue of last weeki since the iue of the Polynesia I think it proper to add that wdriil knowroch reason a general incompetency' w allege-r"vV the remoTal of Capt. Moore fram tl command of the Morning Star. The ryx offered is the refusal of the underwriters to fctanre the vessel, under his command. In conse quence of the reports in reference to the perilous eon djtion of the trml ar Cape Cod and fr R;o Jne:ro, a letter was written to Capt. Moore, which he received on his return from Marquesas last year, which was not pleasing to bias and which influenced reply quite as unsatisfactory to the Prudential Com mittee, and which he probably would not hare so written had he taken a little further time for reflec tion. ' Bat however unsatisfactory this eorres ond enee may hare been to the parties, and whatever Blight hare been its result, ultimatel...

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 March 1858

1 Dee TV. A. ALDRICH, u.rwT y Dealer fa General XmhudlM 5 Commission r" i Srar. Molasees ud Coffee, and ether laf H kiada of Uod Produce solicited. Orders tor Merchandise promptly attended to. M-tf car. c snuxnxs. ' BELCHERS A CO. .ouirnnaonHrebaiita Md Ship Cbaodlen, Hoeotura, Ornho, " - a?w'tar oHhrimmMm and Merchant ste. 1 TraBea 00 -T0" terms for Whaler bills 00 the ' Bad ope. July 1, DiiO-tf B. F. SNOW. WtraMl BesJer te General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oaha, C A. 4fc IX. F. POOR, jjsjKfTOT so Cwiliiljn Merchant. Haaohita. Oaha. S. I. 1 IZf ra0ul;c U oJs, bosgbt, acid Md taken - - - iuim a goou. - - oo-tx HAWAIIAN rLOCR COM PA XT, . J - B. M.alc, Treasurer, In the stone boJldlmra, oc - , taptsd by B. W. Field, up stairs. 17-tf -, . . J. C. SPALDING, ouvnsM Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oaha, 8. I. Aramed, Bills of Exchange so toe U. B. and fiorope. Con v 1 gnaaenta from abroad promptly attended to. Island pro- . m wot w bu uau mcs ut uwup lur gOOOS. jy 1-tX '. , II. IIACKFLLD ...

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 March 1858

uu THE PACIFIC oSMEKClAT. ADVERTISER, .. i a EftrrThandar Morning, at v..- -- ... - .., , .... nOTECE .kl Ewry Six TO ADVERTISERS AID SUESCn.IE-3 r- - am. Parabl iai A4aBff. Obitoanes. ruoeral invitations and notteca w i ... i California, and the United States, -will be $7 SO ia Vf inteoded only to benefit aa tndjvldiialV lim im as, wUlbe AD. tach paper will hare American postage as aaverttsements. Advertisements displayed In larger type thaa I l3sra, which win prey cot any American postage being jeot to Heavier charges. Iltehacriptiua to the Commercial Advertiser U payable Dl TAaiABLV la ADVAXCE. TV No transient adrertismenta win be Inserted. nUM HI ram. XT CorrestKiudence from all parta of the Pacific will atwajt be vary acceptable. ,ePi their d-iifT. it: in TahitL the Colonies. China, ami ether part of Sc'irai receive the paper for $0 00 per annum. f Ratr. i-lrmrR AiTnmH;ETr8 wiu be chabckd- ,,5l advertfsnients (first inrtim) per line 10 et. 3 (Each suhwmnt d-v " " 6 Ct. tanls, (...

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 March 1858

il cozsrxsncxAx. irED.rcsnjr Erc.risa, mjo. w, issa. Sraca oar teat report Uwra har been bo arrivals of nncbut- lt number of whaleships hava arrived off the port. Tbtjr mervlj toorh to W?e letter and procure och ma or provision a they may rx4, and sail again ftr the north. Oa Tweaday th-Ts wvre Ua whfcn laying off mad on, one of htea was bailing oat oil all day. - Tb ship Polfntnm lack about 1500 beta for a tan cargo, VBtca 0e arm protoabtjr obtain tea tha rbe of the month. ra oaty departar has bnnt that of the scboonar G- J 5r, which took a mall frsht. It h nixterstood that wm bovnd to Lahaina- hw ihe uU Wd with tweet w ante a few tn Sro.UL The supply is very Umiuxl, and prices are purer The best qualities are heM about 2c above the riews The arrivals from plantations do not exceed 25 which irxrr the markt, after supplying the tw shipping "d borne conaamptioa, very limited. About 20,000 ft dark were shipped by the Go (ft State, MOLASSES Htock targe. We hear of no sales, and held at...

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 March 1858

. Ilar improvements, if any man undertakes to Vlj.I his be will be shearol down, for judgment w s, uid to the line an J righteousness to the plaramet. ?. the faint hearteJ can eo in Tacc, but should v. ,t time come tlier most not interfere. Before will suffer hat I have in times gone by, there shall b one building, QtL fr1 of lumber, nor a tL-k nor a tree, nor a particle of grass and hay that yilt burn left in reach of our enemies. I am sworn :t Jmlrm tn extreinitr. to utterly lay waste, iu the -JIct Inurs God. Sor.rw that our enemies send 50,000 troops here. they will hare to transport all that will be requisite to apstain them over one winter, for I will promise theni before they come, that there shall not be one ntrticle of forage nor one mouthful 01 ijou iot mem ihonll they ennv. They will have to bring all their nrovwion and for.iffp, and though they start their teams with as beay kavls as they can draw, there is no team that can bring enough to sustain itself, to say nothing o...

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 March 1858

Commercial Advertiser. , . rrom the Atlantic Monthly. Taeklssfi Ship mm Share. lTie weather leech of tbetopaaJl shivers, ' The bow Hues strain mod the lea shroad slacken, ' Yba braces are teat, the Kth boon quivers. And the waves with the coming squall-cloud blacken. pea on point on the weather bow fa tie light-boos tall on Fir Iatand bead ; There's a shads of doubt oa tba captain's km, 4 ad lb pflot watcbee the heaving fead. Z Kind at tbe wheel and with eager eye Ts tea. and to sky and to shore I gas. Q tba Mattered order of - Tvu. ato wr V ,b aoddenlr aoanged to Itu roa aTars r The ship beads lover belbr the breese, . As ber broadside fair to the blaat aba lays j And aba twister springs to the rising seas. As tba pilot calls, Stavd st torn stats !" It ia aDene an, at eacb la bla place. With the gathered coils in hi hardened 1r By tack and bowline, by sheet and braee. Waiting tbe watchword impatient stands. And tbe Egbt oa Tire Island bead ilrawa near, As, trumpet winged, tbe pilot...

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 March 1858

- COMJlEnCIAI. ADYEXTTISER, . t.ubkl Every Tlsarasaay Marataa;. a Six r- v j crr'cmaERs 1 1 . I '"-sr cmunicatiooa k v. t aa . ....em, will be charged a-ii.m acw ParalU la 14n Papers feat to California, sad the Caned States, wiB be $T M per aanom. An sock. Boners vtD have American postage gaaps a than, which wfllot any American postage being ejOeeUd oa their delivery. V gabeeribers in Tahiti, th Colonies, China, and other part of the Pacific, wUl receive the paper for 6 00 per annum. f Raien V It vhioi ADnmwnm mu ii ciimiis. t& transient advertiamenta (flnt teaertion) per line 10 ct-. . . (Each sahsw;ucnt do.) M 6 eta. Business cards, (not exceeding 8 Bars) per annum $5 00. (Kch anMitl.oi line) Met. ' - - XT Payable always in advance. X3 Mpa advta, (not exceeding 10 Unea apace) first insertion SI 00. ach sabseqnent inaertion - M ct. Ocabtsblt Abvbbtissbs win be charged at the following- rates paraMe at the end of each quarter: for one square for twenty Hue) per quarter . $5 00 o...

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 March 1858

itedsesdat rrj-.T.vc. ifix. 11, lsc. rxm mti fwiniMg amrtog u week a t asnca b y sr, annua than owal. This as iwndit tar fcv tha presence fat oar barker of a aorUoo of the prior of wuwMipst awrahas- of wtjch ars new and kouttiAd eL'rytn. Tbe aaraatag that this --Tn r i li U etd- fcsfclonwJ ships 1s scea 1a ta celerity wfra wMcfc they paaa wobb use oortaera to the estrnae soothera rreandi. as w1 aa la lb increased catcblnfs they haO. JreifMing b very active. The cOpper ship Eliza ElUht aayed a pnrtioa of her ears for Sew Bedford, aad th British ansanM taking-boil ft Liverpool. The brt; Advance la latins; aa assorted cargo br raonincs Island and tha mhoeaet Sopkim Is ready fur tea. booad fur tha Aaauor River. saa w&auns; origaatiae Wailua arrived hen direct from Bremen, oa Uuaday last, sod on Tiay evening; the Kalama treat Saa Frandsc Woujrht the raited States mad and dates to February ft. " '. s r xna saa Jfa?o- leave oa Satarday far Saa Francisco, with a ran freight and large Il...

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. — 25 March 1858

"' mmmmmmmm1mmmmmm -aaaaaaM "' " --' '..-?.. '" -i ' eomj or tM rabMquu orcrUmw or this V goiter ContiDgnt by Sir Colin Campbell, who mZZmd 16 of their guns, 26 carriages of different f-Tjs, a immense quantity of ammunition, stores, Za bollocks, and the bagajre of the force, with SJloes on the pari of the British of onlj one officer. jj,ofn)nt Salmon and of the arms! of numerous lttirrT"' rsa litest ma.0 brines Bombay dates of 24th Dec jCothing additional was contained in it from Onde or i r.vfzir- owinir n was nresuineu iw mc wnunum fateWaption of the mail between Calcutta and Bom tay. The garrison at Fntehpore was pressed by the insurgents, and they bad abandoned part of their entrenchments and taken np another and more secure position. A column ftm Delhi, under CoL Seaton, attacked a body of Insurgents at Genowree and de feated them, killing ICO and taking three or four Three British officers were killed and one wounded. The insurgents in the neighborhood of JihhelDore were attac...

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. — 25 March 1858

C" v Commercial Advertiser. '. Sarw. r- "Men never bo disagreeable, as when they re making love! wreuuisB luxury a nosbena ditto, I suppose; bat that detennUtent class of haman beings denom- o rcinuir iwrea. is aoes very wen - for a woman to blub, and look flustered now and then, when occasion makes it desirable; bat to see a man with bis face as red as a ripe cherry, and a real parcel of strong mindedness. self-reliance, and mas culine dienttr. don on in hmulMnth inI atnhft linen, quaking from the toe of his boot to the top of ua sairi-couar, his month awry, and his tongue twisted into convulsions, in the Tain attempt to say something sweet 0 gracious " So said saucy Sophie Lynn aloud to herself as she ' sat swinging backwards and forwards before the win dow, bal-oaned in the cushions of a luxurious arm chair, and playing with a delicate ivory fan that lay upon ner jap. " It always seems so strati re. not to saw tiresome she continued, with a running, musical laugh. after one nas 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. — 1 April 1858

COW MKnClAt ADTGBTI8CR, jubM CmrTtansiiy Moraine, at 81 pjlara per Aanaaa. PayaMo la Aejwmme. - piper sent lo CsJIfbrras, and the United States, win be $7 80 I annum- All eh ptpcrt ffl Imt ioMrieu poiUje gamp on them, which wtct any American postage being fleeted en then deflvrry. " ' "" -.-.-- Subscribers in Tahiti. I be CoIobVs, China, and ether parts of !he Pacific, will rreeire tba paper for f 00 per annum. 5 At wmt A an rg em iorion. Ait transient advertianeiita nrst Insertion) per line . 10 et. (Earb subsequent do. " ft eU. .in ... nrif, exceed in Hnes5 per annum $5 00. "T (Eu-h additional line) u " . 60 eta. ' " jty Payable alsrs la advance. JCS Buns advta- (ant eaeeediax 10 lioea apace) first Insertion SI 00. Each subsequent Insertion 60 eta. OriimLT AnvrsTtstraa will be charged at the following- rates parable at the end of each quarter: or one aqoare (or twenty Unes) per oaarter . $6 00 ooe-ioarth of a eninmw per quarter - - (1200 one-half of a eotnssn per quarter . -. - $2...

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. — 1 April 1858

rrEDXESDjr zrsjrixo, mar. zi, ism. T P week kM keea of Moderate activity ia all branches 4 hiistm t Us retailers appear to keenjoyinsTabriak spring traJ. . . The Fnif Major, tor claa Fiasaiaw on ratarday, took nenrtjr 10O.0W its af MT" awefclee m large nwaata of oU uJ other freight- , . . . , - The Diukh Mr Mmtkildt has engaged nearly fan freight for Hongkong, uh wiH aU shortly. This wfll be th MMd earga of Um4 produce cxporte! to Hongkong within four months ; ud it is to be hoped that the enterprise win meet with saceeas rctsms wUI be made in Chinese frauds wanted In this """-W then realty soma to be a prospect of a revival of the China, trade with thia pert, which u formerly carried on te a coosJilcraMe extent, and with profit to tboee enraged in it. The brif Zmm m partly loaded for tin Colombia Hirer, and Is expect ! to artng a return cargv of loaaber, Sainton, and other article of Oregon produce. The cupper ship Poiymtria, tar Kew Bedford, a ready tor men, with a henry and ratea...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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