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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 15 July 1858

r. Dr. Wdb.1, from which it appears that the eon tion which for 24 years was maintained between i Reformed Dutch Church and the American Board the work of the missions, has been dissolved. The rot mission in India, and the Amoy mission in ina, are consequently no longer under the care of s Board. Deducting these, the missions are 27, Upjjng 122 stations and 77 out stations. Seven of missions are among as many Indian tribes in this intry and Canada; two are in the North Pacific; ee in China; seven are in India and Ceylon; two i in Africa; one is in Greece; one in Syria; one in ient Assyria; one is in rersia and Joraisian; two are in Asia .Minor ana European luraey. e the annual meeting in September, intelligence been received of the death of Mrs. Hamlin, of tantinople, Mrs. Rhea, of the Nestonan, Mrs- Iiams. of the Assyrian, and Mr. Merrick and Dr. d, of the West African missions. The number of rers in connection with the missions, is lot or- ed missionaries, 4 physicians, 11 other m...

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 July 1858

u TZZZ3 PAOzrzc Commercial Advertiser. - Translated (ran the French. " The Umtt Ci Robert Hope nd Samuel Hailing hd lired next door to one another for more than twelve years; and it is probabl that tbey would have continued to live in oerfect harmony, if Samuel, who has served under Admiral Nelson, had not gained at Trafalgar a small - ' l 0 1 At 1 - r 9 V a pension, wmcn ne paiu tor uy iue iw w w ma legs. Now partly that leg, and still more that pen sion, were constant object of jealotuy f r Robert; he blamed fate for baring left him his two legs, ana a . eomDlained bitter It to God because be could not, as he said, sell his legs at the same price as Hallins. Every time tbsf he went to pay bis rent, be repeated, grumbli&ly, that bis neighbor was a very bappy man; that he was well able to pay a rent, the ling save him such a good pension. - At first, Robert contented himself with talking ot his grievances to himself; bnt little by little his dis content was expressed more loudly...

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 July 1858

3 Si THE PACIFIC nnRR('lAL ADVERTISER, to Aorr.3TiicB and surscr.irra. - ObUaartcs, taoeral tavltatkms aad nottosa ss saa ulratlns intended only to benefit an Individual's tsslnm, wiUbesharged as advertisements. AdvsTtisesssnts displayed in larger type fhsa Swaal, ars sot. ect to heavier rharys. ' C78abscrtptioa for the Commercial Advertissr aad Adver Iseients ar payable isvaaiasLT rs imna. TTHo trsnsient advwrtlaaMnU will be lassrlsa. CSLSSS raa rstp. XT Correspoodence bnsa all parts of tbe Facifle wQI always be vary acceptable. - ' ' COMMERCIAL PRINTING OITICC. PLAIN AND FANCY ; BOOK AND JOB PRINTING BOOKS, BILLS OF KXCRAMC, CATALOOTBS, BILtJ OF LABIKO, . BILL HBAD8, - CONSULAR FXS CIRCULARS, BLANK D ,4 AUCTION BILLS, HANDBILLS. PAMPHLETS, " ' SHOP BILLS rr vrarriNo, bcsinbss, and adcba-s cabds printed on a "Taokae Card Press," la the hlfbsst styH sf Us art. hhml Errrr TbanilaT Mtraiai, al SI rs fr A Payable is Advance. (vnrinl tn irrivn cmnt ri-i will he 7 per annum r th- Anrrici...

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 July 1858

u . - . . . . . wf -.,. .. . v ... , - . ; ' . ' .. , D : '. o. 1 .-vi1-; - 2. .- . .at"; -.... . f i & ooEzr-ssxiciAX.. ' ' -r tTCDXESDAT ErEtllSG, JULY 21, 1S58. Tu badocaa'of the past week baa been quite lively, arising tnm a iwKDnt cm Um part of tlie retailers toward replenUb iag UMlr stock, coupled with the large auction tale at Ert-rettfa vow atere oa Thandar. Thia amle waa a cash ooe. and the awiol of goads sold and prices realized rather exceeded the espaetattoDS of partial interested, considering the state of trade aad the scarcitj of notary. . The bark Fmm Mqjor arriTsd from San Francisco on Sun- day, bringing the mails mod a small freight, eooaisting mostly flee, atingka aad mmber. ' - a Samples af goods to arrirs per Porlrna from England were rceejTed by the Fanny Major, and the rash for the first selection was quite exciting. The chief attraction is understood to be the Tery desirable styles of prints, manufactured In Manchester from designs prepared here with great...

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 July 1858

.'V- u. It Wnl in lat. 53 1' S. and long. 73 7 ., was j open by Captain Cntbins, of the Charraboo, ports that the island abounds with guano and .hanta. There is good anchorage, and plenty r for ships of any draught, and aBy quantity h water. A large schooner was there at the lamed the Oxford, of Fair haven, who had i be island about 18 months previous, having Wt to look after McDonald's island, but in out for that island found this one, from jdurinjr the 18 months they had been there, nt to Sew York 2,500 barrels of oil This is in the nsnal track of vessels outward bound. are two other islands, one which Captain ild of the James Baines, two years ago having String about SO miles west, and the other 70 t N. II magnetic from the island. Sydney Jarrh 11. - 3 f Jlchj 3t5&trtiscMfnt.s. rXDERSlGNEO OFFERS FOR SALE, "TO AKRIVE'V CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK "POHTEUA." ICIl SII.EI FROM LIVERPOOL lay 1-ilh, l-iil, coQitingbf Trr HooU. prints, hale ma-lia. a complete assortment blankets: pia...

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 July 1858

4 f f! 4 i -J I 1 THE PACiriO - Commercial Advertiser, - ' REPORT Of thm BmnI r Kstaeatlsse. the Hawaliaa Isagtwlatlaro, 1858. f 4 v 7V4A JVbiVs anf Repretentativet of the Hawaiian Islands, in Legislative Council Jtsstmbltd : The report I now have the honor to submit will in clude the basinew and transactions of the Department of Pablie InstmctV a for two years; that is, from Jan. 1- 1856. to Jan. 1. 1858. and so roach of the current year as the returns and documents in the of fice will enable me to lay before too. Daring this period the Board of Education has naed its best endeavors to conduct the business of the Department with regularity and efficiency; and it is Vat sftnple justice for me to say, that the duties and responsibilities imposed upon my two colleagues in this work hare not been of a trifling nature. All im portant business has been submitted for their consid eration, and a record kept of the action of the Board thereon. Their serrices hare been rendered without compe...

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 July 1858

I PACIFIC - - COMHEKCIAL ADTERTISER, Uhlc4 Every Tsmrwelsiy Mwrmlstsr, at Six liar per ! Payable ia A4tomc; JAp-rs WwirW to fnrri.nl count ri-s will be $7 per annum, covers the American postage and the expense of f rward- an Onitn the oroe of pahncatioo. All papers fur American .peaii port, will latv. American poatace stamp on them, twill prevent any American postaav being collected on livrvv. Foreign wiibeT, whopcefr it,ean havetbelr forwarded throazh the Hawaiian mails, and will be repair v the Island jwik 21 0 at toe Honolulu post office, uxn to the a bore charge of (7. , , Vrcs at watrn AnreanssxtTrs will bb chascsd. virnt advertisment (first insertion) per line 10 ets rKach subsequent do.; acta. I cards, (wit exceeding . lines) per annum $ 00. j 'Kith additional line) 60 eta. XT PayalJe always in advance. JZt ,Tt-, or exceeding 10 lines pace) first insertion f 1 00. ', Each subsequent Insertion - Wets. ILT Abteitmci will be charged at the following rates '. I i- in n-i - TO ADV...

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 July 1858

t ' i ' '1 . 1 "r. O0X2XX23.OX.A.X.. wedxesdjlt zrExtxa, jultz&.iss9. W V scarcely known a mora lively month of July in Veeolahi than the p resect has proved. Tb quantity of goods 4Jf baa- -fH hands la quite large. Tola activity pro- Wly arise from th early arrival of tk first fall ship from )katoo, and toe receipt of samples of good to arrive In August ; aad September iron England and Gennmny. Atthoogh the retail trade eontinnea doll, yet dealer show some wCUngnca to replenish their stock, prche,My for the reasi n that hwa to a praapiataf we artietea bcins? scarce in the market the earning- seispo. Papptles of certain clauses of (roods have heretofore beta Ixd.ia from Sao Francisco, but It appears from ceawata recently rceeired that goods of nearly all descriions arc ejOa hi eh b) that market and atadily advancing. Many articles adapted to Honolulu trade are reported to be 25 to 50 per cent. Liher in San t ranclsoo than here i the discntery of the Vnaer ftrnr gold miles having-...

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 July 1858

Vtft "! )s of foreign vessel is as nothing, eomoared he bad Mood thejv cause, sad though the so I 4ontrige8 of the British cruise's hTs been,' nrt, exaggerated by political and commercial ators. enough is known to prove that the prac f searching renels under the American flag ,10 oe orougni at once to an end." Atlantic Cablc We bare contradictory ;ts of the experimental cruise of the Atlantio Squadron, which returned to Plytnoath on the , Ane Jimtt reports that the experiments Hite successful, and says : s Agamemnon and Gorgon, arrived in lat. X., long. 9" 82 W., about 200 miles from L on Monday afternoon and left on Wednesday, t made several successful experiments. Ttaa f was fine ; depth of the sea, 2,530 fathoms; t 21 miles. The cable was spliced four times. 1 Agamemnon and Jsiagnra separated, on ion. nearly four miles. The ships were put as speedH, and by the aid of the new appa e cab'e withstood the strain in a satisfactory Since the last trial the power of bauline in greatly i...

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 July 1858

I . TXXS PACIFIC -' Commercial Advertiser. f iiJ ... REPORT - Or tlrBrtl rEdallB ts the Ilawaliam 1 : c, Co:-0'iXATIT E VAIXB Of THE FkEP SCHOOI. No 'regular system of free schools was established by' the orernraeet antil the ' year '1841. although each ol tools' hi'l existed, and were supported, in prt by tuisBknarie. but mostly br individual chief?, for w era! years previews. Id. 1641, the first school law was passed; in J 840, the system was remodelled and, nun seme modincntions. has been ;n operation ever s:nce. The instruction in these schools has been in the native language, by native teachers, and has been ueh a is rtxnmos in sach schools elsewhere, that is U has been elementary, consisting of reading, writing, gieographj, history, morals, vocal musjp, algebra, etc. It may now be well, after a lapse of seventeen years to look back, observe the working of the sys tem, and xee v hat it has accomplished, and what modifications, if any, are required. Judging from the tone of a po...

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. — 5 August 1858

THE PACIFIC iCOlMRRCIAL ADVERTISEBf - - ...' llr4 Ewewy Tasis-waaw M raian. nl Six TAnV?Mr,SERS AND SCBSCaiDER&. ? txuvni invitation and noMoesor eomsaunkatlo MSmtllmt" " lzulivklu'1 ''""i wulbe eterged wAfTtrUeoU displayed in larger type the !, r aat- Ject to heavier charges. , . w ' ?0vbscriptkin for the Commercial ItV liiasr and Adver istiueiiu are payable vabiablt tw advaxck. tT Ao transient sdrartismrota win be Insert, nun fas, Paid. f7 Correspondenc from all parts of the Pacine sj aiwayi be Very acceptable. COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. ; -. . , . PLAIN AND FANCT . . JOOKAXD JOBPBINTIWO . ixT f-mr!J t- f ri.n Mnf ri win be $7 innBin, -Jrr th Aa-Ticxn pnruugv nd th CTpniw nf f -arJ-.mfr-nnth omcecf pnMtauln. All paprn( Arorrican -.U.-SO putts,, will 4icxi-3in prMic tuiar " them, Ml prrnt any A tn--ncn pirp N-lcjr rtete.l on .vtV r-wi-im xTm. whopr-f-r It, can hT their ' . nrV-l fr."h the IliwwtUn rnnil. ami wit! he rwmlr- ! M : ft M . Tt 4r wrtirw AoRTHKrr will cbakokd. , Lrv...

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. — 5 August 1858

JUL oocsrszsnozAi.. J - K'IUiXESDJrrEXIfti. AUGUST 4, UU. Tb put week ha bees fully a boy on M lit two or - Ctttt pciCriKng. aad trade b decidedly food lor the tuoa a Iwww tbrr la ao packet doe from California fir aora weeks, ana ao Tcaacls expected at present from the Eaat, we ma aafeiy . - look Jbr a Oaa tooth at inraC Bale ooodaoa to bo aod ! arrive" by veaaels frora Boated, O-noanr and Eoaiand a atyle of trading which aeetno U be dcMed'y In favor oar merchant and samples of tbe aru efca eaapoaing a carp ar nasally received her frota two to raw ntmthm ia aranea of the ship ; bat aa tbe terra of aalea. aad to awt instaaer the aafca tbemaeKea, are private, it U oat at ocr power to preaeat reporta of tach tranaaetjgja- The arrival of three (hakohlia (one at Lahaina) from the Worth, several week eariier than the average w a number of years paat, aaa excited aooe eoaimect,abd the favorable rei-ona fraeft the- Ueet, far aa they go, will bar a beneficial effect upoo trade, and VaA bnip"...

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. — 5 August 1858

The Fratrr River Miam e San Francisco Herald of the 9th inst.. baa the win admonitory remarks upon the present state he sew mining rever: .- i ill the'aecoants received bj the Sierra JSTtvada trdT. reprwent thar provisions-at Fort flop r - . - . n T m i . point at wfticn r n?rr liurr orenics tnroujen the rattle? ra"JC VB ' ii ii mj v ovrvr HUV IIIJCU. C ... iKa thnusanilx of miners who hT rwtif to w - - - - r - into the vat rejrion Ijnnjr ttetween tlie Cascade ' R,.kT. Mountain sopplied? The river is n!r. The Surprise will only he aMe to mike one k more, o w ""mi, n"j nw smie r . :.!. , v . .1.. - . of troth. The Aea irtf is hfrh and drj some N5nw Fort Hope. It is nrorwtoie that fhe will e to remain there tiJI the witters rise aznin. If stpinier cartnor in poiren ou.u is impossible that Surf rise can continue to make her regular trips. fri the jrwt IJ of the miners are now erj- neil? In canoes, padUed by ln'tians, poshed . v i l iIia aYertnrr cnmkntfi MniAil lu. 1.1.. nffh difficult...

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. — 5 August 1858

J -TV- A- at1 rm ... Commercial Advertiser. .. i - REPORT Or Ite Bsrl rUMalUa lae Hawaila ,LSiallare, 1858. :.-.v:-r . . .&c,ua4.i EsctisH Schools ron Uawaiiass. This claas of oar achool is placed, by law. under the care of local Btnrds of Directors id the several ditncta, a major ity of whom re chosen by the House of Reprewnta- Live. - The School Inspectors are ex officio members of these local Boards, and the President of the Board of Education is only a corresponding member. Hence these English schools for natives are only, to a very .. i limited extent, under the direction of tha Board of t : Ednoation. and cannot be called to account by it for anv of their conduct. if delinqaeney in duty, or mal -administration oc ean, the law does not. ooint out the officer whose dorr it shall be to c-ill the offender to account, or even ; -remove hi m from office. ' This fs an evi! that calls fur ' a remedy. The law requires those local B.anti of . Directors to " report annually, through ...

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. — 12 August 1858

" - TZJE PACI VIC " rovMRR('iAL a'dyertiser, I r. Tri j . .. . j . . - - m . -- llara ae-r A Parable la Atbc. 8 pare" f 'rr,, ncciT countries will be $T per annum. L .ha from the office cf publication. A U papers f. T American fOt r'U prrrmt any Amman pnatxtre being collected oo .ers .rwsmni imi -- ..... ...... ... w I uind imurr of f 1 04 at the Honolulu mnoffia. sjT0 AT VHirK ABVEBTISBMSXTS Will CTAKCEO. transient sdv-rTtwmeots (first insertion) per line 10 ft. I -rds. f no exr-dine 8 Knrs) per tnnnm $5 00. .n .V i i u. : 1 i;M 4 u. aovts- (not r -fowling JO lines space) first insertion $1 00. ' Kaeh subsequent insertion - - Mets. inalt atbtiskb will be charged at the fallowing rates u,.kU st Ik ml lMi-h niurtw Lurth rf a eolnma per quarter - - S1200 toeJhMV of a column per quarter ... jOT oo whole column per quarter - - $37 60 Commercial Advertiser. Por the Pacifle Commercial AtlrerUser.) - A Sasif. r w. . axcHsoa. Let the maid a timely srarning Take, before she cast away All her...

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. — 12 August 1858

u COEIMEIIOIAL. WCDXCSDAT BVZJeiSQ, AUGUST- XU 1368. : , -Bcsnrtas has bcra been much qnitr this week than last reported, aod term transactions of interest bar come to oar komrledfc -- , . ' The Fannt Major departed on Monday tor San Francisco, ' ' after somewhat length stay In port. She took a small freight . anratarlnir memtlj of polo, salt and provisions particulars will be fcand ander oar Export" bead. The value of the cargo is as folio : ' Forefjro produce, " y- ' - '4 ' - $3,031 00 XMnetic - ' - '- " - - 4.063 47 Trasaaippad, - - - - 108 00 . Total, T,2M7 . The atoop-cf-srar Haxmnak arrived on Sonlay from Tanooa vwb Island- Her wants, la the way of stores, wttt probably tot be exundn. TreiftUng among the Xilandi contiooes quite act ire, and the sjoonnt of foods and prodoce going to and earning from the varices parts of the group is eeoaidrrabls. w JDnr quotations are otennarily tew this week. OIL Ss of 0 casks Korfiack oQ at uctir-n, at 40c St TJc 9 gaJVei Oil baa Dot reached ...

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. — 12 August 1858

.; 3 .... 3- No from the Atlantic Monthly. The Girl a ad ner Bean. A man earn walking along the rtreet i Toa carely ttf fau batten gleam, far that foir girl who walked before, EacocopaMed round with Crinoline, Jan Crinoline, tweet Crinoline, X softly gliding Crinoline. The man he followed near the girl, . (About a Mock behind, I mean.) And tried and ftfd bat gave It up To kls toe girt J Crinoline full Crinoline. weet Crinoline, A gOTXt bat gaarUfnl Crinoline. The maiden, a the man paMd on, T.yd him with eye of loving beam, Si'shed. cried, most died," In hopeles grief, And went her way In Crinoline "Bad Crinoline, mean Crinoline" A full bat cruel Crinoline. Awsy the man unhap J flew To lhanon. where house teem With charmimr girl, bewitching dear. Who never wore a Crinoline ran Cr nnline, weet Crinoline, But Inconvenient Crinoline. Tit .vldened man wa happy made WHS some Shaker girt, I deem, Bat now her melancholy way Ui firt love roe, am Crinoline Fan Crinoline, "mm Crinoline A bad. ...

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. — 12 August 1858

I.U TZZZ3 PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. . MrMaiiM EiynnL Air.' Frederick Lobs, a Swiss gentleman, formerly High Priest among the Mormons, bat who escaped from them after much suffering, sends the ft .lowing interesting account of his experience to the New York Timet : i : -. - ilj name is Frederick Loba. I am a-native of Lausanne, Switzerland, in which city I am well known, having been engaged from 1846 to 1853 in introducing there a new principle in the mannf icture of gas." Mr circumstances were easr and comfort ble, and 1 wain the enjoyment of all the pleasures and advantages flowing from the possession of. a fair - competence and the association with, gentlemen of ed ucation and refinement. All was well with me until the end of the year 1851. when, for the first time. beard of Mormonism through some ; of my political irienus. Haring traveled extensively over all Europe, I had " -many opportunities of heiring expositions of different Tiews in regard to man's final destiny, but n...

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. — 19 August 1858

THE PACIFIC nCRC'IAL ADVERTISER, Uh BffrrTlirwtay Msrnln.nt Six pr A l'rU i A4raaee. t-wsrled to f weisn countries will be $7 per nnnm, rers the American T expense of rwud- m the offK-eof publication- All papers ttr American porta, will have American postage -.lamps on them, U prevent anr American poatas being collected on -f r. r-i jsn rwaried thrmjh the Hawaiian mails, and will be requir he island pe of 1 1 Ot at the Honolulu poet office, n t " charge of $7. t run arvssTi!MniT9 M sm chasocd. Lnt a.'eerttn-nt (nrt insertion) per line 10 cts. f Earn "Sunsiuerri ". nd In eireedirar linos) per tniram $5 00. '.Each additional Une) " . 60 ct. L.tar exceeding 10 lines first insertion $1 00. r- . i . i.,.,. tiM ra ... r..-vn -inrwii' m m ....... - - vwHt r Aorrsrwira will he chareed at the following rates .rMe at the end of each quarters nuare twenty line) per quarter - $5 00 rthnfaeolamn pernnarter - 11200 f vf a cHumn per nuarter - $20 00 cutusnn per quarter - - $37 60 Fnr the Pac Com. ...

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. — 19 August 1858

oonrjEiiciAL. - - - SPECTlTBrSI?r!ESS 3TOTICE.". frcnxcsDAT evexizg, augcjt is. isss. j We kT fcldom known trl a utttilr taeiifc.nt in Houolula U has been tit put week. Witb Um exception of one or two i mineUiia ia prod ace, we hx no sains to report. i The ibip Latent, from Son Francisco, with hr, etc., and the John Mortkall, from J arris Islani, with f.-uaaa, hare ar , rrrwt ibet oar bat. The Lct U ap far Vntori, and ii3 j icak ft cargo of cattle on deck, and a coatiderabte quantity cf Maod iru4aoe below. X very great interest is felt in the prow- , trade in that direction, ami cotia-Iirce U eimeti iu Gvt gxleuaire 4eiux4 for oar product Kius which it t hel-Td mast ensue from tbe immense Unmigrittiuo into the FnurT River coon- ' try. It is la be hoped that thia demand will euennoe to be ex- : teiMire and rrmoorratiTe. s We note a amafl transaction in Real Estate cn Toe-Jar. The j premises occupied by Mr. Hxllej, J joining the Honolulu .' House, aoid at aoctkw for 1 1,300. SCGAE The...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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