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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 May 1858

JH! . r- ft'!, 11 1 w III- I a I er9 to 1 I Ptie differ Ik bat its break into ticA diner w . i . . : bat it kcdis that trie sraaents n lurawuw the engine bouse ana uesirov u H-bin. hat the fi11!". expecting an assault . t i. i.l .m-,Uj.Vg mini thnr nh j BlSDl. Jl.V 1 narmi"".' f Z 11 into (or provokr.1) a fight as a ganjr of Stents were p.assin on the street, w illifim Miles. II lemia who wu shot br one of the students, was !nly person seriously injure!, although many llrr blows were dealt on both sides. Miles was not ffjectfl to live, at la.t accounts, and tbe student b h5m olui nnt len mrrwteJ- t rorjnr American I.vfy in Paris threatens to sue patent Buchanan f r breach of promise; she says gtidininsr at her fither's table years ago. he said v jer " My dear MTsm, if ever I shonld be President, , djjall be mistress of the WTiite House. Th rejoin Hons which had passed the Senate branch Legislature of Alabama condemnatory of the gjfgt of General Walter by Commodore Paulding, rt Jerea...

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. — 6 May 1858

- TOOT PAOiriC Commercial Advertiser. Tfcsj wss,s-r. " The oM farm-ttoas wore a quiet, pleasant look, as tun vnuug sua gullet IIB small WIDaOWS, Over WDICQ . the luxuriant grape Tines were carefully trained. In V afC J A 1 J . . " vprx uiwr eat me tinner, witu a little morocco- coTered book in hia band, on which his attention bad - Men fixed for the last hoar. He was a man of method and order old Richard Heath and aside from his regular account books, which he always mjn witn scrupulous care, he always bet down in mis nine dock, in the simplest manner possible, all his expenses (no Tery complicated account, by the yi) nd H he had received daring the year, in the metal, as he said, not by the wav of trade. The last account he had just reckoned up, and the result was highly satisfactory, if one might judge from the pleasant expression of his face as be turned to hi wife and addressed her by her pretty, eld ueaioaed name. " Millicent." sail he, "this has been alucky year. now little we...

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. — 13 May 1858

I. r3E pacific CUXXERt'lAL ADVERTISER, I f..p.ubbMl KtT TkMT Maraia;. at Six PaMirtM r.vv-w-y m. 1 (Mb" ae-r Aaaaaa. PfW Aavaae-p. ropers sent to Can!VBlth.Cnitttl State, wiH be f 7 M r annua, All soch P' iB iM pastags tamps en thrtn, which wffllirf rent any American portage being ' eaOeetod on the deav-ry. ;a Snhaeriticrs la Tahiti, the CotonWa, China, and other part of At P LiSe, will reeerre to par f t $ 00 per annum. Ralra ' At wmcrr AirtKTrawm will bs rum (.so. Ad transient advertisnie-ts (fine iomrtion) per line 10 cts. (Eneh subseijuent do.j 5 et. main iTitfi f -" ","IT 1 r rn $5 00. (Each a-WUlkxutl line) Mcta. XT Parable always to advance, jrj 5bipf adrts-, (not exceeding 10 lines space) first insertion $1 00. Each subsequent iiMrrtion - . - 0 et. Qcasraai.r inren8 will be chanced at the following rates payable at the end of emcb quarter : f en square for twenty Hnes) per quarter - $5 00 ooe-fnartti of a entama per quarter , - ... $1200 one-half of a cluma per quarter - . $...

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. — 13 May 1858

mcDxesDjr Krziri.wQ, Miriam. The past weJuei closed, has been dccidaCy th dullest of the x n Met, sur nsnal sprint? aad sammer atanaiion in trad appears to have fairly commenced. Fur me next four months we may expect that nothing abort of tk arrival or de part ore of CaJtfbrnia packet win ha pan any vitality to trade. The bark MawJIower tailed on Monday ssornios; fcr Poftt Sound. . We remark anna activity hi the passenger trad to that point, otartMkaa stlsaoUtad ay the reports of gold diseore- Tort Corvine, Yane-mrer IUnd, and ether potnta in land from the eraat range. . The above vessel, together with the - p' Ftttr, took fourteen passengers to the Sound. The Iron acaoooer .4ies fct undergoing repairs, and win sail about Satartlay en a trading voyage to Vancouver's laland and elsewhere. It A not a Bute gratifyiog to note the continued ex iori ef native prod see. and the re-exporta of foreign gooda it " eut ear aannal exhibits of the halinrs of trade, a f-atnre of no Utile Interest ...

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. — 13 May 1858

00 IN Fit rig Smtammrj. I PTgexebocs Loaf. Ibe cake served at the royal UjiDjc in England, was between C and 7 feet high. .1 IitidM into three onip lmueuis, ncuiy oral- Srnl with Tariuus device. stattk or Joh Ada)?iost. At the meeting of proprietors of Mount A u barn Cemetery, it was o,, a need that the statue of John Ad.ims, intended rjlbe chapel, wa on board the ship Oxford, aban ned at sea, and was undoubtedly Icrrt. The New-York Examiner sums np the result of jtvivala ascertained from its correspondents and (fctanfes fir the last five weeks, as over twenty thousand conversions, which is exclusive of the j,re numbers not specified, and other large numbers aotpublicly mentioned at alL HOW THET PCSISH DrCSEEJISESS 131 FBAJfCE. The ma for of Donai has just published an order that persons who get shamefully drunk in public jmuses and the proprietors of such establishments who allow them to become so, thall be fined and im--risoted. It appears that of late years drunkcrness tos become...

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. — 13 May 1858

Coramercial Advertiser, "' Taulb-TlUa u PrafndM. I--- W boaat much "of progress, but there is much in - wioa we ao aot progress. Une or the things we need w professions to sait the emergencies which arise. For example, among the higher profession we have only threeLaw, Medicine, and Divinity bat it is r qnite evidenthat these are aot the only professions i - , J r .... - " mva 01 warning ana experience oagni to oe I4-"- Louisiana " Courier, suggests that there -. aooaia oe a profession orTratb-telling. This profes sion should not be merely for the purpose of telling $f.irrat Irwth, or even in common eon venation ;. bnt - siiaplr as a business. For examnle. in love, nol vr-Jw n' merchandise, there is an immense amount of ry'njf done for gain. In these cases the profession of irrnn-inung mignt sare the deceived parties much . To illustrate more fully the advantages of this new proression, let as troagine ft already initiated and a firm already established, who offer advice for stated ...

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. — 20 May 1858

oo I r r I, 1 0 If 1 1 f L ME PACIFIC Yf tf KRCIAL AHVERTISER, i. VmMr Everg Taaraaay Maralag, ate Six Dollar ae-r A -- . --.--.r. ysper sent to Call&rmjjand the United States, wfa be $7 SO per innom. All mr pfcpere win nna purap stamp oo them, which will prevent any American portage being -coilreterf so their delivery. " uhTfhT" H ThftU th Colonies, Olna, and other parts of the Pacine, will receive the paper f"V f 0 per annum. Rales At wBint AnrsBTtCMiTS will si cbabged. AB trsitfirat advertismeots (flrt iiM-rtUm) per line 10 et. (Each aohemnt di. " " ft ct. Business cards, (tv exceeding 8 lines) per annum 5 00. (Karn additional tine) . " Mcta. jy t7sil4 always in advance, jrj ghfpa adrts.. (not ercrrlin;r JO lines space) first insertion $1 00. Each suhsevpient insertion - - 60 ct. OritmLT ABTERtmrm will he charge. I at the following rate iwraM at the em! of each quarter: for oor square (or twenty kites) per quarter - (5 00 "ooe-fcmr'.Ii iJmaAnmn p?r quarter . $1200 eoehatf of ...

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. — 20 May 1858

ooxrxrscnciAi.. tfEDNESDAY EVZXING, MAT 19,1H53. Ws boor andcx anasoal difficulties la etfering to oar readers an acceptable txasuDrrcia report this week, which may b ap preciate bt we reaiark that asxdag tbe entire week jostpast there has not bm a slccte foreign vesart la port, white at the ' arcane wrltta the coasting Sect ts reduced to two seboaoe , This eircwasstance is quite nrnisnal, although H happened oace last snsaoter, and oeeaslnaesl ansae rrssark at that Ijk. ... Tno aara fau Majr, mam overdue, and hourly expected. tweak the saaootomy which new reins aprcwM over all classes of oar baslaess coram unity. Tbe only Important and much talked of transaction of the wee was taw attempted sale at aortWie, en Thursday last. of the rrT aw.'ia fata at Waikahalalu. As we hare tooehed upon Utiasahject ia oar editorial e -manna we omlr allude to it here ad state that, as every ooe expected, no sale was effected. la emmtl trade there to noUimj whatever doing and our qao- tations are nec...

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. — 20 May 1858

DO X ( AU V J: Vc Mrelre to twenft boors, in which time the water Ud the whole is taken apart, smoothed out and lit - ton nr twelve fheets being handled at a Jb the heap then beinj? pat in a standing press, or Znder bej weights, iorder to ensure an even -oisture thronghoot the whole. Left in this sitna nr.a ten or tweire honrs, it is in fit condition to print -A-n there are the inking rollers, which have to be atfttkled to suit the temperature of the weather; leing a composition of glue and molasses, a few de colder or warmer hrtnlening or softening them fTmucb as to render them unfit for use. They are required to be kept scrupulously clean, an opera ooo requiring considerable labor. There are many uluor matters in the editorial, composing, proof, ruling, and printing department, not here enumer ate!, which are nevertheless essential to the printing at every daily or weekly newspaper; and, after all these, the newspaper is but printfL It yet ha to be f,UeJ. packed, and published- 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. — 20 May 1858

) i Lacirxo Commercial Advertised TUB PIRATES). AstMair ha taaCaaiem Rlma . 0n "ha oar joatafar imagination 'gloated over '"""J aeeaj ana OAir-brtmdtb escape of bandit raa pirates, traced In glowing colors by the pen of vtv,h P tk BOTelist- . Fascinated by the halo of t lsenance thrown aroand their career, the deU f lissbooters roes mp before as as the achievements of pnreet neronm -their faiinre or fall, as an on. 't ,( , initialled evil the more to be deplore on accoaot of -. " !"" BUy 01 toe victim. These ideas, however, liars been thoroughly dispelled. Practical experience has broken the colored glass throngh which the deeds and the men were seen ; and pirates on the seas, rob trs on the highway, banditti among romantic moan lain, ana of tiers of similar class, now stand much on . le,e witk housebreakers, pickpockets, and garrot- n home. For the benefit of those readers whose I nrf nations are still' spell-bonnd in the toils of . lomance, we wrotwee to narrate the incidents whic...

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. — 27 May 1858

THE "PACIFIC roMMERClAL ADVERTISER, Lx-wJ Every Th-rwdar Mara la, at Six "..,.;,V . laOTICH , . . - TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBER. Obituaries, funeral invitations and notices or coromunkmtioas latenord only to benefit an IndlvMual's boatness, will be charged as advertisements. Advertisements displayed In larger type than usual, are sob Ject to heavier charges. rrSubscriiition to the Commercial Advertiser is pavabre n TAUABLT IS AOVASCt. ' - . . . : TTNo transient adrvrtiianetits will be inserted. CKLBja raH . AID. ' XT Correspondence from all parts of the Pacific will always be rery acceptable. . - . - K f are A PayaMa Advance-. Cmhfomfau aod Ihnitrd State, wOl be $7 M "Jlam. An och paper urhav. American porta I " ,k- which will prevent T American postage betof tr TJ tberr dettvrrr. her In Tahiti, the Cntonles, China, and other parts of JBc, wiU receive H Pler for $ 00 per annua. rf At wavw ArvBTt'Tr wat rwieoEB. . it artwrtin "ertlnn) PT line jjfnap" TONrI,t do.) . hatUs. (r M"i" l...

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. — 27 May 1858

oorznsaoxAX.. Wednesday ErEirirra, mat aa, ism. We hare to unwnct tha arrlrai of the packet bark Fanny a Thursday hat, Una Ban Francisco, with a fair freight oa a a naabcr of passengers. Dates are to the 4th InsC, . feooi 8m franctsca, and Emm New Tork to the 6th of AprO. We firs below a full and carefully prepared report of the Call-1 ferai markets, which win be found particularly interesting. The decline in sugar sad floor, which is reported, hi undoubtedly eamg to the eummuua shipment of those articles from Sew Tort. The Missionary packet Mominy Star followed closely after the F ana Majar, and Is now undergoinc thorough repairs. The Abb. Gauss Company's ship Join Marshmtl made her ap salami this morning-, hSTinj- made the passage from J arris Iaand la IS days. Bhe brines COO toes of guano, which was Isaded at the island In lees than 20 days including the time aensiani il in placing boors and other prrparaUons. '.Trade has saipimed cnwideraMy since ear but, and some battle to Dotf...

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. — 27 May 1858

severclj attacks Henry Owner, American Consul t Tahiti- nn;.. . number of the passengers hence per Fan- . V Major, were detained in San Francisco cn ae- count of the steamer foftbe East being crowded. By reference to our commercial columns, it will be f een that, as ha-1 been expected, the prices of sugar ' snd flour in San Francwco had materially declined, nd without any immediate prospect of a speedy rise. The arrival of II- M. Whitney, Esq., the publisher tf the Commercial, had been flatteringly noticed by e different journals, and the editorial courtesies for which the craft of California are famous, had been extended to him. The gold mines in the British possessions, near Oregon, as well as in that territory itself, are at tracting much attention in California, and large numbers f miners are leaving for the new digging. From an extra of the Portland Standard of the 19th of April, we extract the following in relation to the new mining regions : The mining region extends from the...

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. — 27 May 1858

'.--lr '-1-T-v.e- PAOIPXO Commercial Advertiser, My Wife masl I. Oh dtr, I wish I wer rich !" This remark wu extracted from my wife (as an ob- anaate molar might be extracted by a dentist) by the erntemplation of a large opening in the toe of little Persy's stocking, which she had been trying in Tain to deriM some mode of closing, without destroying the symmetry of the garment, while a pile of similar articles, of Tarioos sixes and patterns, lay at her elbow, as much in need of mending as an old rake's habits. There they lay, seren pairs of little stockings, while their seren daily occupants were snngly snoozing in bed, forgetful of the many weary stitches their little naa caasea; ana all aronnl, on tables and chairs, wae scattered a promiacaoos assortment of juvenile apronsjuod dresses, jackets and breeches, each one bearing its owner's mark, in the shape of rips and . Tents. , . M I wish I were rich !" repeated my wife. There was a strength and heartiness in the tone and manner wh...

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 June 1858

DO ! if TUB PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, . m t ..ai. --, r ' " ' l.iyM sm-J ' -- TO ADVERTISERS AND SUDSCRIBERfc. Obttoaries, faneral Invitations and ootiees or eaBsmnnlrallons intended only t benefit an todividaaTs bosuwas, will be etargrA as sdvcrtlstioMKS. Advertiaimenu displayed in larger type P-ta osssl, a sot act n heavier ehargra. Subscription to the Coimnercial Advertiser U payable n VAJHABLr IB aOVABCB. Or No transient adrertlsments wm bs Inserted, rriass raa fais. 'XT Corrssporxlence from all rsurtaof the PbctbS 1B arwajsj os very asocptshle. . . Dollar per Jtnnnna. --- . t- r.ntnla. fM the United States, win be $7 K ' rsp- " " ' . . Mr una. All socn papers - J (amps oo them, which will prevent any American postage being (Lleeied o their deflrrry. 'Subscribers In Tahiti, the Colon W, China, and other parts f the Pacific, will receive the paper for $8 00 per annus. Rates At wncf ADnrmnm wru. bs chabgkd. an transient adverasmeote (first insertion) per one 10 eta. (Bach sub...

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 June 1858

OOHTT.TEHCIAI.. . . WEDXESDAT EVEXiriQ, JUXE t, MS. Tas Saw clipper chip IMtiing JTeee arrived test evenlnjr ram Sea Fimactoen. ea roste Ibr Calcutta, brlnftin p tnius, Vat no freight, far ttue port. We are ia reeeli of advices from V Vnndteo to the 17th nit, and are enabled to lay before our nui report or i oat market up to the latest date, which Jeport voi be found below. Neither the bark Yankt nor kbouaec Likelik had arrived tm when the Dtuhiug VTax rft, although both were folly doe. Therasmw ator aafled jeaterday noon with passengers and baile for But Trancheo, aad with a fuU freight, Tahied at orer ZM0,asfcUow5 Daeaeatie prod ace, - . . . $14,358 04 Porssra prod ace, . . - - 6,701 00 tZlfiM 04- rsifht offered freely- by this vtssvl aad quit a quantity was 'tfosed, M the was loaded fan three days before the one fixed w her depaftsre We Botiee that the shipment of sugar eontiaaes targe, 130,000 h being the heaviest shipment bat ooe thb year, notwithstand- g that a fast declining ...

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 June 1858

VT.r built in Boston. - Her length is about V tor width 87 fret, and ber depth of bold 13 fcilr laden, he draws 94 feet; her light r illbefj feet Her trial trip the other day snccessrnL , She is nay "ig paring fcr sea. ASD THE MOBMOS3. ine jrrewuem u seal rida of special agent, Mr. Cross, a pro- ,CT' , ,k. -orh of Utah- The commander of trees is to promulgate it at the earliest day, 1 Jhe can do so with effect, and, if possible, to it widely before the misguided people of the X'r ... nnna Hinflict with the armv. goiov w - jrm w., . .i.lma m mntT. if the neonle T.rt FTWUrut i .i.-.. : J m .. - . . i --ft rrni to their alleance to tbe laws oi tne " 1 CratM. On the other band, he assures tbem irJl . . - n,l Tuinmhment if thpv An U it it IS unpwa j. r- j L for that the whole power of the country, if fry, will be brought to reduce them to subjec- Sf have late and interesting news frOm the Plains. r.jt Marcy took up his line of march for Camp on the 18f h ult.. and expected to reach his j...

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 June 1858

3 ?nzs r,cxrio Commercial Advertiser. .j . .. Boas fe at L4y. Mr. Gurlaeoe's botjing.&oase wu eminently r rpble. It WM sita-ted not hundred mOes from Clintoa Place, and wi frequented by stagnant set ef people, all well-to-do in the world, and all stupid ad tiresome. The gentlemen all wore evening coats lathe morning, and the ladies ejected black Bilk dresses, and were particularly solemn OTer dinner. Conversation rarely rose above a whisper at that iro poraag BMaL The aspect of Mr. Carlacne berseJt; who eat at the head of the long table, bony and grim as the skeleton at Egyptian banquets, was quite suffi- icB w rcBumin any inaeceot mirth or vulgar en joy meat. I am not now surprised that I suffer from dyspepsia. After eating so many of those melancholy dinners, where the digestive organs were absolutely chilled into inaction, it is not wonderful that I should fad myself continually swallowing pieces of rhubarb, and feeling horrid symptoms about the gastric region. Why I staid th...

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 June 1858

J Till TiiE PACIFIC fOMMERCUL ADVERTISER, I, paMMi Every Thriir Momriaa;, l Six Dotlare per Asanas. PayaMo 1st Adraace. TO ADVERTISERS AND SUCSCBIBETlw. Obituaries, funeral invitations and notices or eoamanieaMM Intended only to benefit an mdivkluare business, will be charged as advertisements. - . . Advertisements displayed in larger type than usual, Bts nt Jec to heavier charges. . rrSabsaiption to the Commercial Advertiser is payable t i VAB1ABLT IS ADVAXCB. - 1" XT No transient adrertlmunts will be Inserted, CSLE8S M PAIS. ' cy CcrrespondAce from aH parts of the Pacific win always be very acceptable. Psprr. it to C.Iifomia, rl the l States, will be $7 60 mmn. All men papers win nave mncu postage p, oa than, which trill prevent any American postage being no their dHivrry. u-im in Tahiti, the Colonies, Chins, and other parts of the Pacific, wul receive the paper for $8 00 per aim am. Rain i. wmrH AnvaaTOKitsirrs wilt cmiiciD. 40 tran-'i-ot artvrrTimenr, (ftrtt insertion) per line ...

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 June 1858

V oorzrsziozAZ.. wedxksda r ErEjrtxo, juxe t, is m. tma has been nothiis; whatever duiof this week the retail m ia dropping sO, and In m whntrsalt way there have bta aa n f riiim worth repcrttne. Interest is awnkroed by the purehane of a portion at one rgeat stock tus en the Island, canbrsainc landed prop- Jty la a considerable extent. Tbe price paid a considered very With the akUIfal asanaimaeat which may now be ex- feted, this ptupeity any be made essreaacJy Tataabie and re- hmerativ. The Jak Marakmll retarns to-morrow to J arris bland, w aa- W and larger cargo of cnaon, carrying also supplies to the pty now Bcapytaa- the bland. - rt Imich bark ATeaia? H'Ultwi It. arrived thto morning ka Sydney, bound fur San Fraociaca, with 700 tons of coal and JO aher. She loaches here tne water and fced lor the sheep. U wfll pans her voyage fa three day. j We Baake bat tew quotations thia week, mostly embracing ction sales. BCTTEEV Tbe sapfJy of Dative batter is large this summer. ian saka at a...

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