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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 10 June 1858

1 V v n y. 1 mti" I Tnww. Rnv- ' RnicD. OM Town, Calbar, the mia- f.iL. f the Rev. Mr. Edwrij, hu been in that W Domwtrueu uy mct uujmj . . i 1 w,n!..lv ifowtrnw!- Mr. an.l bis lamuv i ''"ft- , notice of whal m cootcmpiaiea, ana are misonries there. The roiwion property r.. from the nrtnjr oi toe snip, qui jus m olundered and dtrojirt, sumciem ume lor re- the whole effccts not havintr been allowed. ,,r.0$ u , e u. vg.v f Jnnnr. ami w ;,iua hoose at Duke Town was totally destroyed tfce " Ni.u. o,k Fehruarv. The fire was accidental. .T .T i ..Tri furnitare. books. &c. was saved. ebrvtea chief. Winy Tom, died at Old Town Jtime agt, and aeerdinjf to the custom of the "mrr which the mismonariea hate labored to put .n hi staves and prisoners, who it was supposed aUt have ct the evil eye npon the dying chief, J1 barbarously murdered. The interference of the sapercarjroes and of Queen's 'times invoked by the missionaries, with the W of putting an enu w u3w unwuui nra, wu, the present oc...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 10 June 1858

aaaasaaaaaaw-?. ?ns?Acirzo Commercial Advertiser. TW Whistle "..- saWaaaaaa " . . lOUlt S TO IT. Tea hare beard," said ayoath to his sweetheart who T1"!! "TW,W' " dyHyht' decline. tl Dantoh whistle of wood I wish that tha Danish Vry'. whittle wm mine I" And what would y do with itr. Tell me," she nld, While M ...jj. pUyed hraatlfuJ faw -I wonM blow 6. wwm, "and Uxnmrbir - mM ' Would fly to my ride, and would hm take her place." "ibM4"7W"rlrt,U,rf That may fcs your Without any siagic" the fair maiden cried , "Akfoeaagnentooegrnatartworta! ' - - Aa4 "T ' herself by fch .He. X weak! Mow it again," said the youth, aod thw . charm . Would work ao, that Mmm Modesty' cheek Would be able to keep tram my neck yoor fioe arm - : She imiled, mod .he hud her tne arm round hi reeV. " Te or wooH I Wow, and the muste divine would Drlnr me. the third time, aa exnni.it-, Mi. Yoa would my yoor nir cheek to thU brown on of mar lips, stealing past it. would give me a kiss." "torn maiden laughed eat in h...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 17 June 1858

00 ) ml It. -'tEtE PACIFIC COMMERC IAL ADVERTISER, PaalWaael Every Tfcrif Maralas;, at Six luilar rrl PrMe la A4tmbw. . TO ADVECXTlSCriS AND RUBSCBIKSt Obituaries, nieral tavitatiooii and ancioes or ousnmnniotioia latcnded only t benefit an imUviduari business, will be charf! , a advntiarmeat. AdvrOsn tents dlspta;ed In mrjrr type than asuat, are sv jrex to heavit r chartvs. - ICTSabscripUiio to tbe Coeuacrcial Advertiser is rayaMa O VAKIASLV IS APVAXl fc. rrNatrantientadvcrtttttents will he inserted. Ctt rata.. - ' tor Correspond eocc from an parts of tbe Pacific, will alwsjs be very accept able. COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. FLAIN AND FANCT BOOK AND JOB PRINTING i! Pper sent to rahforrua, 11 the Cnited States, wfU be $T CO annua, ab. ocn-wi" mi.iv )uwfis ps on tb-m, whirfc wffl prevent any American postage being IV-ctwJ on thetrdrHvvT. i-INti f TsMtL th filwH China, and KW parts of he' Pacinc, viil the paper for $ O per annum. Ratr At wmm Aivca-n:rjis:rrs will rnA;u. f transteiiC ar...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 17 June 1858

- i cor3m:nciAi.. tTEDXESDAr Erc.VIXa, JU.VB IS, IBM. , Another dan week has passed without revealingany new fea ts In business worth importing. Qaiet as Hoaoiula always is Is Ac summer smsnsi, we mw knew trade so entirely dead aa and the number f strsnjers to be net with la the aeema onssually small. " Bui co arrival is report, ths schooner Sr Jj7, from Pe tropaolowski, where abe haa been hwa In throughout the wil ier. The rmel baa bad a nwh eroiw, and all her crew bare uflVred morear leac iron sickness. She atarted frosa Petro paanowrki with a tWI cargo of the staple eomrnoility of that re gkoie 5 bat moot of it melted on the ynmrngr, and but three ar kmr torts were landed here. We understand that the San Diego is to ha repaired, after m hfch ah win be offered for aale hy her mwH, Messrs. pwr, and beinj well adapted to the eoaattoK business, may possibly find a pnrchaser. Thm Morning Star baa beea extensively repaired and ia rapidly taking to her provisions and cargu, and wiU sail...

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. — 17 June 1858

v U -V-4 -vf- f .-s .sSr"1'-"-'"'' of the committee on the Berued Code, re- I Vlnna twelve chapters as readj for the action of the and stating that the remainder will soon be for submission to tnqcw,n "e t mo noaaes, should the Legislators take that coarse. motion f Mr. Sheldon the sur.ject was deterred JT (lunorroir. r. Austin gave'notiee of his intention of intro iac;n"g .joint res.Jation, to-morrow, providing for the appointment of a joint committee of the two HxJL to consider the Revised Code. RETORTS Of COJOUTTEES. Mr. Hol'ister from Committee on Elections reported adrcrselj to the petition against C. H. Kakani, the member et for Hana, Maui. There was no proof of' fraud, and the committee recommended that the petition be laid on the table. Adopted. Mr. Austin from the select committee on the ad dress to the King, reported that they had presented the same to His Majesty, who was pleased to express ais thanks. Resoixtio.ts. By Mr. Kamaipelekane, that the appropriations for nb'ic ...

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. — 17 June 1858

th Commercfcl Advertiser. Est New Baak. Tha interest which has bcn awakened in the pub- ua mma oy some of the ow books, ie perhaps without pwrlleL Fartumlarlyia this obeerrI in regard to Dr. Livingston new book oa Africa, which ic proba My the moat popular work issued from the press for Mm jean part. We q vote a few extracts from and wrrali add that the book may be expected on the rnval or tne next mau packet Tax ElXCK SouI-ASTS.Wa.lkmr rlrwr, fA thm fcraat, after telling these poor people, the Batoka, for ium uuc iu urau- uvea, inac tne ma or God bad to loved them as to come down from Heaven to save men, t ooaarvea many regiments of black aoldier ante retnrninc from their maranrfin These 1 have often noticed before in different parts of wuniry, uiq ma wo oaa. even at Kolobeng. an opportunrry of observing their habits, I may give a short account of them here. They are black, with a eujrni Po or grey, about hair an inch in Ieojrtb, and on tbe lii of march appear., three or four abret...

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. — 24 June 1858

THE PACIFIC ifrttClAL ADVERTISER, - '', " Sr w 7V '.jw -A V,-., ,. TO lDVERTISCr.3 f.D SCCSCIXaallCEta.. ObltuarW, fuueral Invitatiooa and notices or eommanlcaliooa intended only to bene tit an Individual's basiiMMa, wulbe cliarraw at advertisements. ...- ' . Advertisements displayed in larger type titan asual, are sue toct to heavier cliargea. ... XT Subscriptkin to the Commercial Ad vertlser U payama TABIABLV I AHVAXOR. - ' ; ' - " J7N0 transient ad vertUmenU will be inserteo. SBLsoa raa , XT Correspondence from all parta of the Pacific .win always be very acceptable. , .I '1 COMMERCIAL PRINTING DFPICK. ' .' PLAIN AKD FANCY r, :, . BOOK AND JOB PRINTING eicHA BOOKS, BH.L9 OF FJCCHANGB, CATALOGUES. , BILLS OF LADING, 1 BILLHEADS, CONSCLA LAVTS CIRCULARS, BLANK DAe 4. ' AUCTION BILLS, .-. . m . . HAND BILLS. PAMPHIJCTS, MIOP HLL i- XT VISITING, Bi aiNKSS, AND ADORES CARDS printed on a "Yankee Card Press," la the bigattst style of the art. , . . . : . , . ;- ." .... . - . kli.h.a Eve...

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. — 24 June 1858

1 n 2 ,f conraraox.nx. ' WEDXESDA Y ZVEXIXQ, JVXE 23, ISM. Brscasor last business has Suomrhat revived, under the Infltt- lof ttw snavesneat ia hipping, ftnauber of arrivals and de- rsw harta oecmrrbd. ' Tke birk Toairre frosn Sma Tniurisco, and the schooner K fr ton 3f elbnsrBe, arrived oa tb lTth b9t- the British srsjsb frigate MotTCienne front Panama, on the 13th, and the Hpatr-r-hin Twilight oa the 21st. both bound foe China, and tbe rJfpjr brfir Jtrpkine tron Jrrl Island, came in this aurnlu after very brief absrae tmm this port. The Yankee hrooghl a small ftrljrtit of assortnt merchandise and a few ps mrw, Pates y this arrival are to the 4th Jane from San Prandsta, and (rena Near Tot to May 5th. , Tbe commercial axwa form San francisoa Is as wnal interestinc-, and win be tend voder Us appropriate heaj. Tbe adranee in sugar which is reported, was altogether anrspected hero and has stimulated purr has irs to renew shipments ; sale of several paresis are oskedlio. The Trrilight 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. — 24 June 1858

oo n-tjptf -vtt: . 0 i t i t i I h i t i 1 tion, and were in feror of extding the time of tae second wn herond the tasy season, to the second Monday in January.' . After me nninterestni dlaenssion the time vu - - lind for the first Mnaa m Awmoer. Y-'r-'V The Bert amendment was the motion -of Mr. " noWrtson that the committee consist of fife members '' ef ech HoaW ' ".' . ' - ' ' ' V fter hor diwossion the number of the com- .i i mittee wan fixed at five from each House, and the x intion was ordered to be enjrrossed. - -. yhe Joint Resolution appropriating for the expenses , " ' f the reacion of 1858 was ta&en up in committee of the whole. " ' Mr. Sheldon WKrred that the words, "and for the expenses of the Joint Committee on the Revised Codr," he adiecL Seconded by Mr. Robertson. Carried. ' : . ' : Mr. Klm moved that the amount be fixed at, $15.000.. Seconded by Dr Judd. - "" Mr. Robertson said that if the sum of twelve thousand di I not prove mffistent for the expenses of the tw...

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. — 24 June 1858

... . P r . . - ''S. ' ' V -I TZ2D ?AC2?ZO . Commercial Advertiser. Dsaiarcetlajg . rr d. rajcx, u. ., coxsrvrrf aAsrvAcmtsa cnrnar. . Cbaiecal, reduced to a state of coarse powder, - of wftica the largest grains should not be above the aixe of the cotnaconest gunpowder, has for some time flat 'feaerYed the agronorne'a attention, first, on account .of the carbon which it supplies to 'the root of the plant, second, few its faculty to protect it against the rottenness which is often imparted to it by the de- oomposition of the different sorts of man area. In localities where charcoal may be obtained at a cheap rate, this fertilizing agent offers besides the valuable advantage of giving porosity to stiff or marly .soiL Being ery greedy of moisture, it absorbs as ranch as 8(r per cent, of water by rain, dew or fog, And keeps the ground in a state of salutary damp ness, whilst a portion of its carbon is dissolved in it. It alow decomposition guards the most inexperienced fanner against t...

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 July 1858

- -:rr:;:.-- ! K - L- - THE PACIFIC ( OMHi:(M l.lL ADVERTISER, - r -- 1 to , jtDVE3.Tism y ":r .-a.iL.l.l l!titr TliMf ler UWiairv. loaml ttvramaon A iMUf rr inane. Pnynblc - lnlrali i to bcopflt a toatvaat a burttwui, ia t , irgn I . Midnctl nmfft AdTwrta-jtita dbptayM ia torpe ihJl n1,ini Jrcl to hia.1 Ii cliaJgM- trflertittoB kr th CawaaerciaJ AdmtSiW m4 AArrr-; ocnta an iwrabta nvaxubT n ADTaiece. , rrNitraaaktadrrtinnia w!U b InamrW. tmLsa ma rt0. ' -4 pr Corraapanttene (rota Vrt of tbc PaiS will akray . a-., I ,ri-.l U f.1.' mait win 1 7 p-rannnro. M -h j-ra . .ir"rw-"i p w - - Alt papers t American tufl"'" wts. hf Aft"ic- n v fnv 4iuxi p. o limn, .(, urrrMt '-Jf -r-l !- .b f ww tr I-1 tsrmbthr II iinnwC.il will he Ifquir- I'"' X ,J U puatfcflk-e, vl :a- ' c'Mrg uf f T. r oiiwh itttkit wil l. rnABnro. jMMdCUI. PatlNTINC OFFICE . a.lr.rti-eentafftraliw-rtioiOperline 10rt. PLAIN AND FANCY ' " ; L. r u-W. fn 4 eAO-rslmg n.) per anum f uu. AND JOD PUINTINC lW-b Xl'lltfMIHl llll - ...

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 July 1858

'--;- " ESD A, HVBSISQ, JUSE 30, 1858. With th aseeptioa of some considerable transact iooa in lum ber, buslrwaa, the bat week, baa been very limited, with few sake worth reporting. The retail trade baa also been quiet, and aialtia hart an pie atocka for present purposes. Of aw erlptiooa mt goods the supply in the market U large f a few tidea only are scarce and In demand, each as prints, and certain foods far the native trade I hut the market would not at present bear any eery large aoceaatoas of the most desirable goods. The Mtlita, now lolly due from Boston, (127 days outj win Wing some fresh gooda to band ; a large proportion of her cargo baa however been aold stoarrtre.n Tba barb: Frirndtkip, from Paget Sound, and brig Emmn front the Columbia Biver, bare arrived during the week, bring ing fal cargoes of lumber, amounting In the aggregate to 324 VI fact nearly all of which baa been aold as quoted below The cargoes which bar come to band recently from Paget Pound, bare been very ...

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. — 1 July 1858

J The node ijmed consistent with hi doty to the King, under Constitution and the Laws, with his prrHMt of the 11th ,ar 't, lWV. enlre1 Ml ine jou uu ui uuu , -iw rort and its appvndis, as Secretary of War dissents from . Report OI U1C JSajomy, iirvwra vjrc rpltiiM4uii u. jipv altozether inadequate for the support tor nine month men military as the protection of life, property and industry turned, B.C.Wti.u. Ilorsa or Nomi.cs, June 28, 1HM. The report was adopted, the bill rend a second and Jiird time, and finally passed. Adjourned. Moxdat, Jane 28. Prince L. Katnehameha communicated to the No es the intelligence of the decease of lion. J. Kaeo, a ember of this Honse. The Prince also moved a ries of resolutions condoling with the family of the ceased, and voting that the JTouse go into mourn- far one month. Adopted. The Act transferring the Bureau of Public Works the Department of the Interior had a third read Z and was passed- On motion of Mr. Wjllie, the secretary was in- ruoted to...

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 July 1858

ft - Con tinned from 1st page ha ai;Ml W tnkni imod boat, bat that She was thm chartered, and would probably not be again in lb market for aaie until tbe end or nay. - - - If a ateara remi. inch as tbe increasing trarel and commerce of the Wands demand, can be obtained on terms which the revenue can afford, an appropriation Ibr that purpose recommends itself to eery intelligent mind. I hare no means or estimating, (bnt the amount must be very large,) the quantity of perish able produce which now, without the speeay ana sure conveyance of a steamer, never sees a market or tu rns one cent of profit to the prouuser. 1 would recommend that encouragement be held out to any parties who may be willing to lay on a - - - . , a r" one of steamers between these isianus anu can Cisco: because, if a good line were once properly . established, the very fitut of onr being thus placed in close and regular communication with our principal foreign market would exert a beneficial influence on - commer...

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 July 1858

aajB5eauiaaurALiraiaviiMLMiiFBT-,waJu.J 1 iiiwiiiii iia agiawiujuxaM sgaaa-viiiM w ! 'laa-iainsaaaMMaaamaawBemagtaww :; tsfmtmratiWEsmuBBSmmKmtsmmmmm-LJliMU'iM--VUaNggS--J4?l -; T" " k THE PACIFIC roBniRR('IAL ADVERTISER, ' - .:;i.:..v''OCTCT;''-v- TO ADVERTISER AXD . SUCC2.Ia. , Obitaarica, funeral inritatioos aad apices or swart fa-sHoaL ' latended only ta benefit aa Individ ual boslneaa, wlUa aaftd a Advertisement . Advertiemnits ditplayrd la largw type than airrl, an atu Jert to heavier charges. . . . ETItoioeriptbin itr die CumsMrcial A4vertUar od Airtr ttsemenu an payable i.iraaiAi.T ADfxKCe. ... , XT-No trauie4:tadvenluieiiU will be iittnvi. tSLUS ra fAti.- ' - - - ' ' gy Correspoodence from all parts of tbe Paofla ta alwayj , raty sjoaaptaWe. .-. '-.,.- - - .-' 1 " i'-'. e i COMMERCIAL FSINT1NG OWTlCZ piAin anFVanct BOOR AND JOB POnrTiTw " L. - Tkamlnr MaralaSi ttt Six nll'l rm . . - 7 prr Amuw. I'arnWr iu Adrnacc. 3 paPT fa-warded U f wrl-n countries will be $7 per annum, i...

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 July 1858

COE2RTZ2R OI AL . jtedxesday efexisq, julyiks. . r . . . Tv" ere CoapeOed to offer brief report this week, m trade la exeeaalTdy dull, and there have been no arrivals or departures ova one. Tba oeeufieueo of the Fourth of July holiday, and ' tb tailing of tb July term of the Supreme Court, materially In terfere with what Utile busioeaa might otherwise he doing. The flue clipper ahip If kite Swallow earn to anchor outsidi ' oa Friday laat, and proceeded on her voyage to Jarria Ialaod on Tuesday. ' 1 Tb departure of the Yankt haa been delayed, and she it oowadvattod toe BmXarday, July 10th. SCQABV There hare been small sales for the Oregon market of various gradca, on terms not made public. Supplies come in very slowly from the plantations. . MOLASSES There U a fond, supply hi the market, bat little or bo demand. We hare heard of no sales of bus. LCX B EK There Is a. large retail trade at present, and the ctwparatrre low prices f rare an inducement to natives to re place their thatche...

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 July 1858

2 at a rt '1. re! iri-an S3 en in .,1 M Irv -i K tht '4 Zr 7 Tl it- 5U in t. On L erf "I :ht s lr it er c-l i wf of) 'J r s :1 We fitl the fbllowins nautical waif floating band without credit. Though as a poetic effusion present nothing remarkable, yet as an expression the thoughts of a true sailor on leaving home, we Lve rarely seen its equal, and it will find a response many a breast that has bid '"farewell to alL" Tbe Sailor Bya Farewell. Farewell to father, bk-Med hulk, la spite of metal p!te of bulk, Hi cable aram niay slip f Tft white the parting tear ia moist, Th flag of gratitude 111 hoist, la "duty to tbe ship. Farewell to Brother first class the. Who launched me on lift: stormy sea. And ricrrd me fore and at ; MJ Providence ber timhers i"pare, And keep her hot In good repair. To tow the smaller craft. - Farewell tn sister lovely yacht, But whether she'll bemoaned or not, I cannot now foresee ; May enwie rood ship a tetyler prove, Well f and in stores of truth an t lore. An...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 8 July 1858

7ZZD PACIPIO Commercial Advertiser. v aav A wwwa.w raHva We hare had repeated applications for a copy of oar paper containing tbe following inimitable annon, and 11450 premiums ottered, but without . r avail, as we are enable to supply them. - Under these circn instances, we nave concluded to repub- usq it. Tbe scene is laid in the town or V ater proof, Miss:. Richard Spirit of the Times. I nay say to yon, my brethring, that I am not - an educated nan, an' I am not -one of them as believes trtt education is necessary for a Gospel minister, for -J? believe tire Lord educates his . preachers jnst as he Wants 'em to be educated ""' an although T say it that oughtn't to saj it, yet, i in the State .of Tndianv, whar I liTe thar's no man as gita a bigger congregation' nor va-hat I Thar may be some here to-day, my brethring, as don't know what persuasion I am ut. Well, I most say to you, my bret bring, that I'm a Hard Shell Baptist. Thar s some folks as don't like tbe Hard Shell Baptists, ...

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 July 1858

THE -PACIFIC CiVmiKIM'IAT ADVERTISER, I. Tfabliar-tl Et rr THstrwday Mwraiax, at Si nllrper Annum. Pnybl in A drawee. TO ADVERTISERS AND SCCSCtllEEn. Obituaries, funeral invitations and notiera or aasswiimcatk-ais Intended only to benefit an Individual's bastnesa, wulbt) asaived as advertisetnents. Advertiseinents displayed in Isrfer type thaa asoal, are so Ject to heavier charges. - rcr&ilMcription for the Commercial Ad wjtlaer and Adver tisements are payable ISVAKIABLT ! ADTAKCC. XT Ho trausient alver-asraenu will be inaerced. cUM N PAID. . -f ST Correspondence ham all parts of the Paella rlS twayt be very aceeptable. A!1 inrnfr war led t- fireira countries will be $7 perannum, which cover the Am-vicon plav anil th- expense of f rward. in them tmm the o.T.ce of puM-cati. All paper for American or Vurr-n prt. '""ve Anvriean postaire "tamps on them, whirh w prevent any Anricrvn p-"-la ire being !1 Ttl theird--Hv -rr For-icn ulseribTS, who pr-fer it, can have their owners f.-w-rd...

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 July 1858

U 1 C OSZXVXEB. OI JL& . WEDXESDAT EVEXISQ, JULYU, 1868. Wi node rather more actlritj- in the market thU week than wm uUmabte at the date of our but report, owing to. the ar rtral of the He Htm from Boston with an assorted cargo, and the departure of the Yankee and the San Diego, both of which veaaela were loaded to their almost capacity with freight, mostly island product. The cargo of the Yankee, for San Francisco, waa the largest and moat valuable of any that she has taken from this port within our recoil ectkra. The reported high prices of proTiskws at the coast stimulated the shipment of nearly all ttto beef and pork in the market, both domestic and foreign. The amount shipped reached 700 or 800 lU. The sugar ship- agent was small, as the market was quite bare. Dealers in pulu continue to send forward large parcels to a market reported wen stocked. The Yankee took 50,000 lba mostly on deck. The San Diego, for Portland, Oregon, took a full freight of agar, oil, polo, molasse...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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