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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 1 April 1858

uu hartftoted. not having had Com to drew myself. I ninw ..... " m wvmw m. wot mimhiuk u Mflol ItoMtheboj.Erit lifiit hre. When JTbof brongbt tae light I saw the captain ljing on dying. I raised him. np, and h breathed btft. I then opened hi cheat, and took oat bis irrr and loaded three shots and determined to the ringleader. X th5tb boy to Ull the ood mate to come to me, bat neither of them re-L-id. -1 then blew the light out, and stayed there if as I eon Id withoat soffocabon. I then tkoa&t I'd leare, and tvw them a chance to put the Jre oat. As I pawed through the steerage I sans; tat . Cooper. . He answered, "Mere i cm. men i meg Ox for others, to see how many I had to siD b; but when I saw the ship on fire 1 1 bought z. .U use to ask lor help. I thn sans out to the men . the fire oat. and I would not hart them. As -tJstd by I heard the second mate on deck asking for life; d I heard them say Kill him as I tKoajrht. When the mec heard me sing oat to qaench the fire, they said...

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. — 1 April 1858

Commercial . Advertiser. ss Jmrr A THSTUUa STObT. 1 one hid th extreme felicity of lesvintr rnv busi " to poo - tts JTary." I pW in Ml man. w wn Nr release, dh tj no eSect. 1 oouM not r that I tu deaf, nor blind, nnr v aM rj -n .a. ... ' . . " . . t-T Vm. 0t A dm already formed an opin- ton- TheT kad a if my opinion would present w receiTing the testimony in eo-xi faith, and rennertnjr a verdict aeeordinK to it. I replied that of w noaia weiga the evidence carefully, and be OTemed by it. I wac then informed that 1 "would .do. . ... . . , : .... - - '. j pe ease to be tried was one of araon-i-then a' cap ital oCence and the prisoner at the bar was a young iinraea innries AmDoia, whom I had - known rom boyhood, and who was naturally one of tbe fnest youths of the town where he resided. He had a widowed mother who depended upon him for sap port, and his circle of friends was large and. choice. I was morally certain that he did not commit, the crime, and hence, I am sure, those who were...

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. — 8 April 1858

THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, ,, pablcd Ewcry Taareday Moraia j, at Six par per Annans. PTMe in Aaraace. npertmtC!iHia,aDdUieruhMl Stated win be $7 60 sen - An such amn wiB have Americaa portage mp. sa them, which wfSSi any American postage being collected oa thetr delivery. eahserihers la TihitL. the Colonies, China, and other part of t Pacific, will unit the paper foe $6 00 per annum. Y -- Ram At which AnTsmsrwrTTS will bb charrd. in transient Bdverti-nnents (flrrt insertion) per line 10 ct. AD tra-neu. ,h,:nt do. - ft eta. Kaaineai cards, (not rxoee.ling 8 Hnes) per annum 26 00, 'f5""" (Ear ad.litinrl Mm) " 60 eta. Payable always in advance. XX . Mps advts- (not e weed Ing 10 tinea (pace) first insertion $1 00. " fh subsequent insertion - - Meta. OrivrxsLT ATaaroES will be charged at the following rate x ' payable at the en J of each qnarter; , . jo, one square (or twenty lines) per quarter , - $5 00 ;;:V.-iv.U :"" -- TO ADVE3TISSS -AND SUESCttlBEIt. OtaCanries, funaral Inrt...

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. — 8 April 1858

'-4. mmwMi aaercaaat nmli thia raral aae aWpatwrt. a wrO aa auUe a la ak aaya the very last oC the aprta tW pert the earth, Frosa Lahal awasher of whalers raeraitiBa; a that port this sprta "7 vaaaaaartuca belkrra total aaach iaxgar awat ItamfltdbBMT t Ihatr waota, however, in the way of storea. aaav Ma ewKa Baited. Thrra baa been bat a light tauiacsa transacted thia week, aad asoenpsarca mart large. Just aa they ahoald be Jn feet at Ma aatmeaaa( f a lane, dull eewraer. The Sahara af a assail Chiaeae bona is reparted, with UabtH- aeaewnkdciaMyvxcaeiUacbaaJacta. Thia la only one instance " of seta' Ansa enmrnencin business with littla or a capiat, and ataintalnhiir a Urge stock threaten the practice am the fttt af Importers which we hare heretofore deprecated. wr gmo tmng and todlacrtmljute credits Tb M UkU.lt, far China, took om freight 206 brb beef, 200 hrla Hawaiian Inr, and 23S baa beam, heaklea other aundrlea. Th Cidted States asaR t February W ia dae, aad U la hoped tlbtt it hi...

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. — 8 April 1858

... fwn bricks, tike car Id faehioned rena. . fhM come cat bot and smoking for the table tfT.ke. aahea or other imparities are permitted to the oven. Bread ILner and healthier than common baker bread. ill us ainu9 m w Several of oar xval officers have Addressed me. atrial to Congresa, slwflSti"'e " ' u " 'J hr T9tem of e.lac.tion on o-wrd men-cE-war. Tbey Lire that icbool makers shall be appointed by the rJrl Government, at a fcixr siry, to wpwinw t!KB9troctioo or the boy- and such men aroon the crtm as are anxious to avail themselves of the oppor raaity to learn. ... t continue from last wit oar summary of events fhina. connected with the taking of the city of v Canton. The assaulting force consVed cf aboat 6,000 men. four divisions of about 1,500 wen each. These ..re boded and encamped to the east of the city Lrin the forenoon of Mnndiy- After the landing, the Chinese cotnnrsneeJ firinjron this force (the boro Lrdment till goto? on.) with large gans. from the n knocking over four ...

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. — 8 April 1858

x Commsrchl Advertiser. ; - -rorxEicjr stmhibi.' o " J- ti General Walker ha flooded the - DO th witk bonds of OB handrad rlnlLura p.b immnl lm iv.n..i - The; Empress Eugenie, of France, recently appeared ' Jj"' wearing jewels whose value was estimated t at S0ft,00O, and having flovooes of lace on her robe that coat $120,000. . . t Mny of the ladies of Cincinnati wore calico dresses at their New 1 ear receptions, and treated the gentle- Bren " pumpain pies, crackers and cider. . Urders hare been received at New York to hurry recruits and forward men met as possible to Utah. The Collins steamer Adriatic has been hauled off till April Tor the reason that she cannot pay expenses. - ' The iaaovatioesa amonr the Jews in New York citv. of ubstitutinr the o reran and choir for the old stTle " f singing, and the one proposed of adopting the Christian Sabbath, which latter innovation was lately adopted by Dr. Repb&U, in preaching on the death of the late J ndab Tco.ro, on Sunday, are exc...

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. — 15 April 1858

"toe PAjCBFIC " (0JIBB(1AI.ADTERTI8EB, . .. . r.rft TkaraslatT Morwlr. Six TO ADVERTISERS AND 6UBSCtHCS3A OMtuartrs, futMral irrritatious and notice or coassaaoicatioBa intended only to beneAt an individual's busineaa, wulbs charged a advt rtuw meoti. 1 AdvattiMSMnt displayed in larger type than aaual, are ul Met to heavier charge. - O-Aubaeriraioa u tlie Commercial Advertiser is payahs ta fAUAat.T I AOVABCT. . 4, TTtio traiutaut advcrUamenta wffl be Inserted, nrta rat van. - - - . - - - CT CorTsapondeoca ttom all part of th Paoflc vul alwaja ba very acoeptabfe. , . .. S-r- Pr A PyMe i- A -v.... PLr California, and the rrdted State, win be $7 M Jftaa. which wfll awrnDrAmeriean floatage being 'L.l . ther dVtiv-rv "Ja "TL-r. In T.hki, th CokwJrt, China, and other parts of !CSc, win receive tbe paper $ 00 per annum. R. F,v wmm Mnwer iu rwAan. ,, wient advertisrre-irs (1r Inrtioo) per Ime 10 rt. . rtri-. exerlrng I!-) per nnnm f 00. -. parM alwir in advance. .TT .dvta. (tn exceeding 70 ...

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. — 15 April 1858

i 1 01 u CO R CI ill, . . . . , : '; trzDxcsDj r hvzhiitg, april i. ism. , Wb note a vwy quiet we-k, with fcw or no transactions worthy record. Th FnUft. Ui!y exprct-d rrotn 8aa Vrancbee. win probaMy brtowa Urge . Hrbt, ixj her antral my crate rm lwlnl to trade. The ihlpn-rnt n-oro Boston to this port were rtry isn, at the m account, fcr the season not only la balk : ' ka I vatae. Tb tuk Ale fit, which Wk BnaLnn th i&rh . quite a kt II vessel, aivl hrr earn not neartv ao alaaMe aa the ftrrt iprir packet osoany brm. The proba WBty is that V entire rprtni shipnv-nU fnn Boston, win be tte aaaaH aa cmopafcil with prerioo years. The cause of this teeee eomarrcial panfe atd cooseqoent contraction at rredi Em, as weU aa the etvulnn to the manufacture ; f Maay roods solely adapted to this market. The commercial an financial disasters La Hamburg and Bremen may also ope- w eh-ck the iwjprrtaxlr n G-raan gtxiU (or the present. The eenneoer Kamei, frnm Lshalna this raornlnr, bring 300 bam! ...

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. — 15 April 1858

0,P . baronet, bol ling disringuiahed position. Anions the suitors of this young lady, who ia as pretty as ac joajplish!, wsw one of very advanced years; but it as ia vain that all the allurements consequent upon tje possession of riches were set forth. The fair -sMen showed herself completely iirdifferent to the oHen priae that Uj at her feet, and, in spite of the gcnD?f recom i iteml tt i'T-A' PP" was unheaita- ed. Bat'lt that the gentleman tiniriv rewtea. rui it vii3 suc.unii, fter his proposals had been decTncd, (of course with t she osttal protestations of respect anu esteem,) again nirht an interview, and assured the lady that his attachment was not eei&sh mat ne was reauj, at . i.r!fi. to d anything that could contribute to herhapp:ne!; ami tht, if her nffections were fixed fb any one whose wealth misfit not be adequate to his pod fOrtnne, he wis ready, by a settlement even to the extent of '1')0,0(. to pUce her happiness in her own power. Such a proof of disi merest ed a...

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. — 15 April 1858

Commercial Advertiser. ; ?;- -l v tTnm Arthur's Xagasia. - a.- COCXTEftFBII DOLLAB ? A rich dressed lady, followed by man servant. ""FC tumrmei. stau, on Saturday, and bought P.r oi cnicKnw or mm old huckster woman. The lady offered a five doUare bill which the huckster an not cnange. a man making aoaie purchases at Z- ".luc onere-i to oblige the huckster by in m, and jrrren five gold dollars lor it. He C to h". uid abe returned the' just change - XheUtter had not walked a square before she dis- vu.etcu uw one or me gold coin was counterfeit. Bhe took it back to the market woman, who insisted upon ner taking a good dollar instead, a.yiug that io sua woo baa given her the bad aw ume ne passed, ana make bin take it Quite wilHng not to lose the dollar, the lady con sented. . A few days afterwards she passed the stall ; again, and stopped to ask if the woman had jet seen the man who had given her the counterfeit dollar. 44 Laws, no, honey," was the reply. "I was'nt go ing to let you kee...

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. — 22 April 1858

0 0 f THE PACIFIC fOSWEBClALABTEBTWEB, ! p-kJiobe- Every TaarJay Moralas. at 81 "iWIar. er Ananns. PnyaMe In Advance. iTa, sent to California, and the United States, will be $T 60 num- AH such papers win hurt American postage pon t-Vra, which win preroG3g-,Aaieneaii ioetage being "their deUn-ry. "Vrfher In Tahiti, th Cr, China, and other part of .JVliec. will receive the paper far $ 00 per annum. AT wrnm ABvtvn.mrrs iu be nuicu nensieut adrertismrnts (.rw. hrnntkm) per line (Each suN-r-nt jarM eards, (not esreedin S lines) per annum jTimniM""".'""" , ,. ,n . . tt ftvrwiuifB. iv c- 5 cta $5 00. 60 cts. -(on exceeding ,0 Iior paee) first insertion fl 00. "" fhsubseuneut insertion - - - (0 cts. -.rrou.v Aavswrcnnw will lie cbanred at the following rates " pysMe mi the end of each quarter: -oee square (or twenty hne) per quarter - $3 00 aenrth f a eolttmn per quarter - $1200 toe-half o a entaran per quarter ... $30 00 a. whole column per quarter - - - $37 60 jr SaadTmiarmentwiUbefaaerte...

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. — 22 April 1858

WKDUKSDAT XVKSIXQ, APRIL XI, ISM. .4 : v, W past vcck was aa exceedingly dan one, unta the arrival ' Um rma an Tanadar, tUck tven caused mom animation Mia, aad mm few pared of food chauiui hands. Tba . rme brings a large aaaorted freight amoaoting, in value, to oat S35.0OO, The adtonner Z- J. Fatter also arrived on 'foaadaj, Teekalet, Pop frmnd, bringing tbe araal cargo 'X mmber. , W are in receipt of ad rice from Saa Tranciaco to the 7th oT Iprfl. and Jrora the Atlantic States to Much 5th ; the neat la lalte totereattn, and we gira bdv a aummary of tba market rapnrta of a few ataplee la tbe California market. From the pMined returns we gather that the total amount of export from Sail rraadaca ta Hocrtolu for the quarter ending March 21st, We widen tar d that the Viholiko win sail for San Tranciaco ua Saturday with a fall rarro of pain, ragar aod hides. Tbe- Yankee will sooceed her, saOlng- on the let proximo. She engaged fuQ of frefght and paaaengen. " . Oar qootattooa thb week are...

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. — 22 April 1858

. J 4 u. n I. - r r 2 ir i K )ir r H H re V J .1 The ship John MUto, Capt, Ephratm Manlmg, or Vew Bedford, was wrecked on Long island on tne kt ult. It k not known that any of the crew was 0 itcL Eleven holies have been recovered- .Uiny in Ilonolala will recollect Capt. Harding as the former master of the whale ship Saratoga. The appointment of5a& Washinston as Collector of Customs at F in Francisco, has been confirmed by the Senate. " ' f Freeman Hunt, E.-q., the editor of HunV Mer taU' Magazine died on the 2d 3Iarch. He was fifty-four years of age. Our country (nys the Boston Traveller) has been urraced by another tumult in Congress, which was commenced br un awaalt on Mr. Grow of Pennsylva nia, by Mr. Keitt of South Carolina (who soon ob tained the floor in a horiiontal instead of an upright nosltion), and ended in a " free fight, in which some twenty Representatives were engaged. The af fair, we are happy to ay, has passed off without the . ve of duelling pistols. Mr. Keitt ...

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. — 22 April 1858

. From th Boston Trawler ' , v " - iircixESTs of troM wniuxc. ... - .. . - - ' Tli food Wqiu Pith ni lying becalmed off the Went end of Celebes, with a Urge sperm whale along- wic, ixwjt u m cue in. im sea was amooui aa pood, and tho son as hot as biaxea. to board there ! shoated the mate, who was on a macw over the side. in board there, ahcy .'" Sir." was the respoaae. Whose hook o is U 1" - Mine," responded a voice from the half deck, ana np ooanded Tom. a smart young; boatateerer. with nothing on bat a pair of drawers. In a eoaple - o winu ne maoe a data at tne open gangway over board, tor he was a good swimmer, but unluckily his loot sliDDed and instead of iamtinr ontnda of th SrhsJe, which was evi Jently hU intention, the back of 1:. 1 M - , , m . . . . am mm arncK ice rug or ine wnaie. ana ne went dowB with his bands extended over bis head. All who saw him supposed be was going down a fathom or iwo wo coo on. ana expected mm np again in a . - Stw seconds, bat not appearing soo...

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. — 29 April 1858

TI3E PACIFIC COEBCIAI. ADVERTISER, A-MW Erery Tharwbir Morning-, at Six "r Annans. PawMt ia Adww. r,entmCaUfurnia,and the United States, win be $7 80 jannu AO each papers will Hae Amtrran postage ea them, which will prevent tXttt' nMicn V beta jioei as their delivrry. vLnlwrt In Tahiti, the Colonies, China, and other put! of JJjte, will reoeirs the paper for $4 00 per annua. .. r ri At wstcb ADvssnssrwsjrrsj wai as ciimid. Marien a.lertienls (fir i ram wo) per line 10 eta, (Bach auIw-MUtnt do. a eta. :. cards. . exceeding Hnes) lr annum $5 00. (Wh additional line) 60 eta. b..u. In .1 . tim rf ...- . " ..', V: . ; " .IJ .... .- to ADvcsTisras axd M-nscair. v OMrasrlBS, faaeral iaeaHwe and atteas or sawmrssiai iatonded only ta benefit aa ladlvkiual'a b uaibass, wUl ba ehargad as adrertisewMBts. .. . Adrenisements dispisyed in larger type than usual, ars t Jeot sa haarter chargea. t . a- - . CT hsorlptiuaj to the Commwreial Adswrtlaer is JaysMs x TaaiasLT ts anraacs. , XTXotrausieatadr...

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. — 29 April 1858

oorrrzanciAi.. vfw us me. "f ft vtn tw scan, ar ma hept p TrMe adrfc rrertrrrf r Fault. V . . . rwiwuuuid sHr a toltrablybrlsa trsd.butt 1 ramrj tm men ptctit urn wm1 at this M conteqaene. auction tales r caab draf niWr baITy. Tha anty arrival that we fear, to eappw brlrantin Jo-fkine. 103 days from " w if", wtti, cnals, spam, stnr. Ac, trr the American Goano '-mpanj. Th trhonner LiktHko sailed fijr San Tranriaa, . ' . trfay with a faO. ao-t valuable carro of pmdnce, a Hat of I ' m wrmt in our cxnwt table. Thm hr iMkmim Dotvftbataadina; tbe fnuicfiMMrtrtWtiW articlt. Th- Yankee will Irare fcw Twtdatn am toe 1st pmx with a fart frHht onoaLtinf 1-r.ianpaijy of Min. of which the ooantf j wfll be greater than " arapment by ana tiwlI Ihr manr rrara. Onr atat t week of the rlt of the mitt's fr-itht inwari at S-T4 000, - nrtaaVd pareela of specie ajMnttn to tlS 000. Tbe Ci'm a nearly is read? for sea, and wOl sailoa Monday for X. Bed- ' T' - w the Hawaiian flw shipped to China per bri .crw...

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. — 29 April 1858

OJ. , . S'.S'l'A-sV Mn-&- rrT Si Bae. InCrmt"'on has rrachel Charleston that the Got. mnr nf Florid is calling out more volunteers for the III: war. r It is s-v1 that MwK Galea & Sexton of the Na tional tutelUztnrrr. WashtDzton, partners f,r 415 rears in the prjhiishinjr. business, never hud jar or misan4ennliMFXf nny sort. They have never kn wg a ditiin of intercut; from their common cr.ffer rich h vs always drawn whatever he chose; nn4 Jbr nvre thin ttvrfr Tenrrpast the-e hits never beea settlement of sewan's between them. . , Accordlnsto the Mobife Tribute, the merchant who made the first shipment of cotton from that port is now nvtnsr. nni cntr ijri m nnsinesa The first " 1 it: nrsc vessel i'ii w:ir cnnon ne ni to senl to New OtImm o eet fi mies to fill np. S X hundred thonind bales are now annually, ehippe-1 from aiobire. The R-t. Mr. WiDifitiw. the rermted lnphin of "Wi inriiu i iu w uri CllT. Me IS xcee-l-n;iy jr.mrrtnonrie oii "entlemsn. of 65 or 70L He hss fh Ind'sn...

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. — 29 April 1858

1 j , - . . 1 : Tv. - - I Commercial Advertiser. llaaatakaaa Bay IXoaolala A fain. .The Morning Star kedjred out of Ilanaabi har- tot on Saturday. The kedge was slipped and a boat" crew of Slarqaeaana sent" to recover it. Seeing iiey made but little progress, the mate dwpatched to assist them ; he found the boat anchored to the buoy end her crew asleep.- ., coast, with the exception of one valley (where the people were engaged in war, four men killed and wounded in fortr daji), was composed of high cliffs of the common red, black and whitish vari eties of volcanic rock, spotted by great numbers of the tropic and other white sea birds. ; In n&oatakaoa Bay a small coasting schooner, Hawaiian built, owned and commanded by a na tive of Lahaina; bat under French colors, was at anchor, i In beating op from Nokahrva' she' had carried rrway her jibboom, she had also been aground and lost her false keel, bnt the captain was in excellent spirits, and soon after sailed again for the windwa...

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. — 6 May 1858

THE PACIFIC ....uMrni'l il. inrEnnsEn. tl,u T ,IJ - Pafc,'ael Every Tfcaraetay Mora la, m( Six fjpert ocat to California, and the t'ntted States, will b $7 60 taaaau Ail such PT will American postage Jamr M them, which w'tl ff&at any American postage being jaiircfed on thew Hiry. abaeribers In Tahiti, the Omies, China, and other port of t!f Pacific, irUl Rnn the rper for $6 00 per annum, v Rales At which ADfom-KRiT will r-Hsri. IS transient alTt-Tt.nrnts (first inMtVn) per tine 10 eta. (Each snbtjutnt do. 44 5 eta. ljon evlis f tKwlmc 8 lines) per annum (5 00. (Kaeh .M!ti.icml line) " 60etS. jy PayaMe always in advance. .Ct -na advt (not exceeding 10 line space) first insertion fl 00. Each subsequent insertion - - . Met. (wTcai.r AvsTnRws will be charged at the following rates payable at the end of each quarter: ar one square (or twenty lines) per quarter ose-ibarth of a column per quarter - goc-baif of a column per quarter ... ' a whole column per quarter ... XT No advertisemen...

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. — 6 May 1858

ooz2r2snox.a.x.. - WEDS BSD A r JCrjr.TiTC. MA r , 1S5S. ' Taw past week wooU have been extremely dull bat for the Rival of tfew British atrajn-friate Rerrihatiom, on Friday, from rswe far Hon;kaiMr. Her May ni qoita brief, and o extensive, et ansa Vttle waa excited, and the retail trad waa la mm decree benefited by the mumi and aaTaewra a abore. The Rttribmlimn sailed again oa Manday afasnsMo. Ynit sailed oa Saturday for California, an an- aer cargo waa Mtly mxar, of which the shipment fta. The heaviest ihlpant doxinc the Tear 187, waa by ikm mm mart, on the 11th of Aarch, amounUng ta 130,000 ft. Daring the year IMS, If wa remember rightly, ahlpmeni waa soaaething- nn-U-r 100,000 fta. The vakM af the raa-r' cargo to very nearly aa foOowa : Tanigrt Prthlaer, ' - - - . - $ Q.OOO IMlMMic du, . . - 19,500 Total, - - - - 28.500 The clipper ship lUiza i, fUla Bailed on Tuesday ir Kew Badftwd, wftb a foil and very raloaMe earyn, Consist inr aa a'areisw rVvidnee, 1iii atie tin, Transhipped...

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