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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 19 August 1858

fchief be roast have done, by lecturing in defence lie Sacrcl Scriptures. r publish returns tf the exact number of conver- i in every state i me union up mine isi jane 2.S70 Missouri, - 2,027 llanipshire, 1.370 Kentucky. 770 Tennessee, 0.254 District of Colombia, 1,331 Delaware, 2.T90 Maryland, l!.e"4 Vinrinia, - . . ,02S North Carolina, 0 72 Sooth Carolina, a.OOO Geonria, -10.44O .AUSnmi, . - 4.775 Florida, - 3.01 Mississippi, 1.4 7 T'T.n. . 2.179 Calif. Tula, 50S 5S.R60 ,nnt, - - l,ftoo tw 179 4.800 L-rtintC, York, Jersey. - 1,105 6.W L-erlvani. - 127 2-V0 . 372 2 . 134 1. -gn, -asin. 27 I. 60 sofa. fr-tal. - - - - 86,21 w York City, the number cf conrershns is in Detroit l.uu. Laborf." Imported ivro Cuba. A Havana lr n,?ent t ew or HrroH shows, by f'lHT compile-1 statistics, that twenty-eight thou- 8 five hnnlreil nn-,1 thirty-one "laborers' nc- ,coiie, ami l nMn Imlin have been set on , in Culm since 1835, and that four thousand : hnn-lrt-1 and f"tir unfortnnates lost their live...

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. — 19 August 1858

THE PACIFIC - Commercial Advertiser, UWr asset Plaatat . AL. Editor ; In reading a new work, entitled " Brazil and the Brazilians," I haTe met with roan j paragraphs, containing facts and suggestions, which may be rendered useful to farmers and agriculturists upon our elands. The question of labor is second to none. The project of introducing colonists for labor era front Europe, appears to hare been successful! carried ont in Brazil. Allow me to call your atten tion to the paragraphs upon this subject, and wjriuj, ptese give tnem a place in your journal. . Yours truly, - A RfcADEK. " ne fc-liowing tnorn'ng after my smval at Umeira, accompanied by Dr. , I went to the Fa- senda de Tbecaba. the elantatinn nf th Trtmim It was a clear and lovely day, and we rode along un- r mo rc3waj or lorest-Trees, many or them clad with the most curious epiphytes and orchidaceous plants. From time to time the doctor would noint out soma very remarkable subjects of this portion of flora's kingdom, and...

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. — 26 August 1858

1 "" 'Tt3E pacific r COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, VMihe4l Every Thwr.sUy Moraine at Six pUan per Annnne. PnrI 1m Adraacr. papers forwarded to foreign countries will be $7 per annua, l carers ine a""1 k"' - ui Hrwira- Kem Irnta the office of paMieattoo. AO papers for American Bropean porCS, will have American postage Aanpi on them. h will prevent any American postage being oJleeted on l.leli very. Foreign sahetrihtrs, who prefer H, can have their ' . iknjtrh Kb Hawaiian m.tl atwl win tt Mn. J)AT th Mami p mur ot v. a uk iiooonua post omoe. lKion to me ttTs At wmcn ABvtrmBnivni will rwAacsB. lent advertisment (fir insertion) per Una 10 eta. (Kach subsequent do.) . Acta, cards, (not exceeding 8 Unea) per annnaa $ 00. i Each additional Une) Uett. irj Payable always in advance. Jt advt-, (nnt exceeding 10 lines space) first insertion $1 00. Each subsequent ui.wrtkm - . . 60 eta. Wrssxr APVBTBaa will be cfcargeri at the following rate i payable at the end of each quarter: . lne sonsre (or twent...

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. — 26 August 1858

JU i I- r- J coiirjEnciAL. trinXESDJT EVEMlfG, AUGUST 2S, 18&S. Ora remarks Uat week rewarding- tba state of trade would , Tally apply to Hi present there is no animatioa whatever In the market, sad we do iwt hear of any food changing hands. We have now been a tuoath without a mail, or any adrlees from Saa Tranciseo. and eoesiderabie anxiety is fc-lt fnr an arrival it is Tcry probable that the Foal re wOl be in before war next Issue.' The Srst oil transhipped this season was a lot of 200 barrels f rom the bark Union to the Golden, Eagle, for New Bert frrd. It to bdievsd that there will be a sufficient number of freighting easels here the coming season to take all the oil requiring to be transhipped, which has not always been the casa in former years. . ... ;. The JrpJki&, trass the guana Wands, brings 200 tons of that article, which is being transferred to the Flying Eagle, and win complete her cargo, making in all about 1,254 tons on board. We are ibibrmed that the guano on...

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. — 26 August 1858

1 Wrudocol himself according to Lis system. is the Terr quintessence of Chesterfield, to his L . ... ' ? .4.1.- : k.i. e indomitable Cruiser might be ridJ-u by a jcouli lwtn tranquilly to the beet.2 of a Uj,j stand unappalled, eren if Mrs. Gamp were Hsh her most imposing umbrella in his face. w it is true, was a uttie out or eonaiuoa yes- and bis eye bad a somewhat saddened expres it his natural remorse for former turbulence ficient to account for these little symptoms. fc promptitude ana aezienty with wnicn he 6t ail VH I j i v. uuu u mw- .J , Lit m m f ttiaf 1 1A fiail liOWMnA . be was also a wiser, horse than formerly, 'nlinary "hackney, the property of a gentleman t was then introduced, and satisfactory evi (laving been given that he had only receiVed t lesson on Saturday last, he was duly sub to the civilizing process, Mr. Rarey lecturing iruceeded. and giving a clear, satisfactory and p reason for everything he did. This horse fol . i i i . - Elm about, lay aown si inv wura vi...

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. — 26 August 1858

JU j I ?ns pacific Commercial Advertiser, i EMer Blast bmI 9it.rr Scrak - - - .In one of the Eastern State there is settlement which hu long been celebrated as a stronghold of Aieiaodism. It is an out-cr-tbe-way neighborhood, yet no place in the whole conn try is better known or more highly esteemed. In the centre of the set. tie merit, just where two roads cnt each other at right ' angles, making a four corners," is the school-house. ainted red, and long familiar as the only place of pa ouo worship in the settlement. The people are well off now, and have built a nice and commodious . - church, on the opposite corner. A few rods up the road from the school-house lived Squire Scrub. You could see at first sight, that the Squire was well to : do in this world, for every thing about him denoted it. There was his pickeNfence all around his garden - painted red, and the top tipped with white ; there was his house, a modest one story and a half, with a - lean to H in the rear, painted whi...

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. — 2 September 1858

... w - TC3K PACIFIC COnMKRCIAL ADVERTISER, Paalisiwvsl Eeerr Tbarswlay Mersla. at Six TO ADVERTISSaS AND tUrZCZZ?3' OUtuorlco, fuqraj Ipostioas and notieca or ooo leatloa Intended mlf Co bcty-fl.i indlrMtmrs nasbina, ejMtffed as adverUwaenlfl. - , Advert idrnnts duplarcd in larger type than met, ar sul Jcct to heavier ohanse. SrrHnheriptton tor the Commercial AoVcruVcr and Adrer isements are payabi istariablt is aswascc ' 1 ' XyBo traunent adverUmeota win bs hMrted. Oaess r am. O" Corrcspondeaoe from all parts at the Facile will arvays be very acceptable. COMMERCIAL PRIXTIJCO OFfflCK. PLAHI AKD IaCT BOOK AND JOB PtttSfTlKO jCCHAS DdOKS, Bitxsor RCHAjrOX, - OATALOOm, MIXBCTLAA. .a, BILL 8KAD6. O0- ULA Vxg, CDLC CLARE, . LLAIlCI . . ACCTIOSI BTttS, . HAKaV.:U. PAMPHLI., v "fc.'$'LLB - er ramso, AcsnrBuS, and adpmus cajlm prated on a "Yankee Card Press," ia tba oizheai style of U art. .... .: r llar sxr j . t pnpr f.irwardol to (tweiin countries wfll 6 $7 per annum, . rtlvn true. th n...

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. — 2 September 1858

M 1 5 ' oozsrssxioziLz.. WEt&ESDAT EnSUTG. SEPTEMBER U MM. ' Two mails have arrived since cor last ; jhe Atlantic nail of July arrived per capper ship Join Lrnnd oa Tridaj but, and that s July 20 par bark Tmmitt tils A- M. The arws ia Imaiillug ha soaay mywu t ao4 it is remark able to ootc tb dUhrrot aspect which Nisinesa affairs at the East present to that cf laat rear at this time. Canntenee ap- : pears to be ent leery latuwii. tbe priaeJpal eoenmerctal ssarta afeooa4 with Doorr, which may be bad fm rand secavity at i . per eent. per aaniun. The wanofacrorinr. tatrsest toe appear 10 be Kartioe; iota new Has and ewrrr. Bone considerable parsers of snorts were received be the Join Lrnnd aad Tmnkt4 by the latter US hn porta win reach aearlr faOjQOO exctasrva of a targe aasoaot of specie. J Fy statistics is ear F'"i obaervw that the exports j from aa Francisco to llenotahi dorlnf tbe firat six asoaUta o. tbe present year amounted to $100,000. : j There have beea tea or three aaetf...

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. — 2 September 1858

1 f) iiticii of tb property qualification ha eed io the House of Common and ad a second reading. The Teen cannot sanction, unless they wish to i" qoalieations from which their J I5sr Gambuso nr Victoria There are . . i . h mrm reason and traniRh- jj( ISWB u - rr . m - t . : Vlnttri aim! IMrn that iDling I" v.4w. , - is determined to enforce the statute in j ii in. several neraona were t Uv v . ft . i K!a nffmM: hot wpre diacharir- Q3Cl UU .4. " C5 laence of the mixed character of the eri-l.i- bt thin was the first case. inc - iere will be no mercy shown the gentle legs who have done eo much to bring ,n some of the towns which have sprung ce within the last few months, but who r, given Victoria a pretty wide berth. Gazette. 9 Discotest is Okeoos. Gold has been within 15 miles west of Hillsborough, county, that yields 17 cents to the pan. w&s made by some men who were dig--race. Some 30 old miners have gone ine the diggings. Ib. . -inrrrort JUrald announces the" return to of Mr. P...

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. — 2 September 1858

JU ; i pat apoo testimony, a judicial decision can ' little more respect than the drawing of a lottery, I know not what new legal enactments can this evil. It la very alarming one, and it indicates a trrievoas deficiency La the moral and religious educa tion or the people. . To othsr sMl referred to is the miserable state oar prison system. Men and women are eonyicted crime, sent to Jail, kept there, it may be, for a in idleness, because there is no remunerative within the prison walls then hired out by the or for the terra of their sentenc, oftentimes by friends or relatives, and they live in just as com fort, with all their wants and tastes supplied fully as the most Tirtnons of their neighbors. re the terrors of s law which has no final sanction ? In these remarks no blame is intended to be thrown upon those wbohavechargeof our prisons ; they cannot make Cricks without straw. The simple, notorious fact only is referred to, that upon no island in the kingdom, unless it be Oaha, is...

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. — 9 September 1858

THE PACIFIC .iicnrUL ADTEBTISEn.' ' " Lhesl Ery Tkanter Morning;, at Six C'r lyii- PyM in AdTBee. , fta-sarded to foreirn countries will he 7 pr -tro, - onabure Md the expense of w.rd- Lra offlceof publication- An paper, f.- American Lanrt. win hare American poatare mp on them. , p,fQpiNiiaui"t ' - - L.lJ throuxh the Hawaiian alalia, and will be rennir- k islaou pw iq life dotc .. AT wshti ADvawnsBJisTTS wnx B cauaoBn. ' - .f tAMB. Ut vertismem ""-"V " f (Each .abseooent do.) Cts. Li, (not exceeding One.) per annum 00. fEach additional line) - aOcts. I f2 exceeding 10 line space) first insertion $1 00. r" 1 I w,rw-r lrrtUKI - - 60ctS. (.fumiu will be chanced at the following rate kii the end of each Quarter t L itT lines) per quarter - $5 00 Khrfc,4mnaperqarter ... 120O rf column perqua. - column per quarter - - $37 60 limercial Advertiser. The MIMner'o BIH. u-liht ainmined a Firth Arenoe haU. criiiin whirled in the maiy ball, person of faahioo were blithe and gay, thy boors ot rest...

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. — 9 September 1858

oorsrzsnoziix.. TEI)SESDAY -.Y.YG. SEPTEMBER . ISM. T baslaess oft be put week has born larga fee lh season. Vat bob j seems srajc among the retailers, and roods forced at aactlott bring tower prior than we re member to hare teen A a km tiiar. Socn Larre sales "to airi-re" cooUdim to be asasle per Teutonim, anon doe frosa Brcasen, and also n-osn the V esses, ad t& way frowi Bostoo. Tbe Jala 4auf sailed for Calcutta on tba 2d, wha oifir a brWaetar la port awaiting- the arrlral of the nail per Ttatit. w Tbe CoawVar, from Bremen, arrived oo Bandar, brincinr a weflKtectad cargo of Goinaa goods, oat of which considerable sals bare Lean asaie, mat ssosUr set prirata trim. Tbe Can dace has uaW a very good passage eat, mud will remain to load oil for Ibatbanr. Tbe TanAcs ia op for San Franrbes to aait on the lath, and will probably take a fan Ircigbt j we kir rf 200 brls of oil roUg o board, and also 50 tons of salt aod aotne polo. Tbe clipper . Firing Eagle tail today for New Tcrk with...

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. — 9 September 1858

', Atuxtc Tnzzxtt. T X -amemnen nd -idar tha PwJaroa-, ifead the Atavra tai ber . r the Oorgom, miteCTrom FljKiotith on the 10th je; eacb of the jrreat vessels CArring about t miles of cable, with a new and ( Tved ap w &r rjin;r it oat, which it calculated be allowed fur anj strain or nnequal motion bip the verj speed of the tesaels regulated om.tie arranjretiienra the rate at which the coil k he discharged. After having been three dftjs I the expedition tu overtaken'by a fearful pale," eoafi-neJ without intermission for nine days t seventh day of this heavy weather the -hips. continuM to seep togeiner, naa in part com. and the was obliged to send before . v kjjiM k cms iHpifV kiwi Inil Kr nmj"" - - "- Vf the cable shifted, w that her captain for some Citeruiaed serious apprehensions for her safety, L. the itnmmrc strain her waterways were non. and one of her ports waa broken. Two of l.rs were injure!, and one of the marines lost Wn from fright. 1 et Mich was the conummate Vood ...

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. — 9 September 1858

- i tux PAOirzc Commercial Advertiser. (Written for the Pacific Commercial Advertiser.) ?ift in Ifrt liatoaiiiii Istentos. la. ff. A TRIP TO MAUN A LOA. la August, 18G6, being on a visit to the district of Kona, Hawaii, it was proposed by some f tbe very hoepltable foreign residents of that beautiful spot to jr. ate up a party for the purpose of visiting the great mountain of Minna Lo, which liea in a S. W. direc tion from Kcalakekua, distant about sixty miles. Ac cordingly, on the morning of August 12th, having procured the services of a native pilot and two native carriers, and packed some little matters in the way of provision? on a jackass and a bullock, our party, numbering three white men. started on horseback from the coffee plantation of Mr. Chas. Hall, at Kai caliit, on cur way to the mountain. This plantation Is situated in a beautiful hill-side country, about four miles from Capt. Cumings residence at Kealakekua, and has an elevation of some 1500 feet. Tbe air here was nu...

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. — 16 September 1858

f TOE PACIFIC 0EB('UL ADTERTISER, alfelsest Eery Tlrfr MrojLz. mt Six i!Tr A- PT.M is AJ.e. , l . mranied to foceitn countries will b $7 per annum, hVrrt the American P"age and 8 expense forward, k fruu the office of publication. . An paper fw American eui port, wiil have American postage stamp on them, im prevent any Amerieaa poataoe being cnllected oo " " ' f,rnn su'werihrrs, who pref-r it, can have their J ..je 1 tlir mzh the Hawaiian mail, and will be rrqntr WibeWrfP0,u,crof1 he Honolulu poet office, jJ,l,Ui''tclarueof$7. tb at wairn 4irrTMim3iT wat ss cbabcbs. .Lmt advertiaments (On insert lou) per fine 10 ets. a i Kuch uboaH do., - " 6cte. eanU. Cn.it exceeding 8 line) per annum S 00. 'Ench additional line) " - . 60et. i-y. Payable always hi ad ranee- XI -irta- not exceeding 10 line apace) Brat insertion fl 00. ' Eachvabeeqnenthuertioo - Met. .. iBrsarocas wiU be charged at the following rates I parable st the end of each quarter: square (or twenty Hues) per quarter ...... MOB...

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. — 16 September 1858

Illl COEZX-XSXi CXiLX.. ; ". . irznxEsDAr, septcmbck is. ism. have t report a qaU-t week, wtth bat little eaamereial aethrfvy. . A (he Mocks in haml of dealers are now rather Be.ry, there seew-l to b a disindioatiaa to add to them at feast ota so farther or awe sath-aetnry advicea are T weired trma t - 8wt Several vessels are now t from the United States, Ger MB? and Enyiaod, wtth terre carpers, and K now seems proba Ms that the imports Into this port this faB il font ap such Warier than was anticipated, and perhaps mere than the state ef the market, or prospects tor (rule win warrant. There has been some activity in the wnorj market, and asany peettJatians as ta the rate fur e-kae likely to role dnrios t the pitit season. On this subject, opinion are divided, and It would aeon diffleott, if not impoasiMe, to frreteB the actual malt, (ma the rtreaent state of the maorj market, or other eoi Istetal cii ciuua t ocea . The rfipper ship Flying Kail sailed tor .few Tor on the V t a with ...

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. — 16 September 1858

Cher, who La now.lyingln'tbe Penitentiary Ate, nmler a seuUnoeof ten years imprisoo I Havinr in his DossoBsioo a copy of Cade hin Vein York Express. ' Id spoil the force of this paragraph to add a yd to it- A Minister of the Gospel imprison yeara for having a copy of " Locle Tom's n his possession ! There is not a despot on Vriadan, Mahowedan or heathen who would hsmed to be a party to so mean ana cruet an ftasw Eve. Journal.. Lulals CkS Talk. At the annual meeting iwueiation for the Advancement of Science. lr t JJoeton, it wm tnowa mil arter tu Dr. Gibbon read BO ulDD oeasisv uiuwra rau j ic - . 4 n I l.kl " , r narer on the language of animals. IS. 11 .,rr variety of animated being n. Lr sounds or signs,' of correspondence. i i i :. Q learned by others. Emotions of eaation. or fear or Joy, grauiuae ana fnei are by simple tones of voice, or by impressive to signalize feelings, strictly comprehended. W answered, insects ana oiras, nsa ana 1 J - - " has express tneroseives in distinc...

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. — 16 September 1858

?" r-'i 3. W. FIELD OFFERS FOR SALE AT HIS STORE . A VERY; EXTENSIVE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF . : . . CONSISTING OF A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ' 4 , 'I ; : CHINA GOODS. WOODEN WARE, CORDAGE, ; NAVAL STORES, DRY GOODS. ; ; FCRMTURE, MANILA GOODS, HARD WARE, SHIP CHANDLERY, GLASS WARE, EARTHEN WARE. PAINTS AND OILS. PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, CARTS. tec. 109-tf TUB CSDSSIQ2JED. &JTERS FOR SALE, THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK p'o xiTniiA " rCICIl lILED FROM UVEBPOOL w Hay 13th, 1IS6, cooslseing of Dry Goods. ate fcsrv sint,bale tnustln, comutet assortment blanket Alpaecaa i pteada, Ugnred lustres, Orleans. Brusaete carpet erect carpet, black dorskln, verves run, blae twilled Canoe!; Met kia, cotton umbrrfiAS, uk umbrellas. Victoria laa-oa, Turkey rs hsndkerchiefs, cotton handkerchief, regatta ahlrts; Fancy shifts, white shirts, wperior white shirts, Jean ahirta; Meeqisito netting, hats, an assortment of clothing. 11 ne hosiery ; Listen thread, auk thread, assorts men's and women's shoes; J...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 September 1858

tss pacific Commercial Advertiser. I other charges and imposts than those exacted from natives. Likewise the monies which may ho due to them by private individuals, or which they may possess, . 1 1 I M.MufnitlnMnf in tne puDjic tunas, in mdm, m Hwumaviuii j and commercial companies, shall never be seized , sequestered or confiscated. ARTICLE VIII. French commerce in the Hawaiian Islands, and I Hawaiian commerce in France, shall be treated. of real estate, or, finally, that they engage in trade or commerce, whereby they will be subjected to the same taxes, charges, or imposts, as otner pri vate individuals. These agents shall enjoy, be sides, all the other privileges, exemptions and im munities which may be granted in the places of their residence to too agents of the same rank of the most favored nation. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. TREATY Of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation, betveexn his Majestw Napoleon 11 L. Emperor of the French, and kts Majesty Kamehameha JV.t King of the la ngt&...

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. — 23 September 1858

THE PACIFIC IXHERCUL ADVERTISER, AOTICC - - TO A I VERT IM-;KS AM) M IWCRIBKIIS." OWtoarics. ftinerul Im Htions and tvitk'e r cpo.iuuulrillun intended o:Jy to benefit un l.niii-MiuU' businus, will be chnrged as advertisements. - Advr ttiaccient dipbycil in larger typo t!an usual, are at -Jeot to heavier charges. - jUSuljiription ff the Coontv reial Advertiser and Advr isemenu are payable iniobi.v t advsxck. SrrNotransirutadvertisments will be inserted. rxi.ca ran raio. par Correspondence from all part of the Pacific will always be very acceptable. U - T-i.--Amr T.r.l.w. .1 fill I,, per As Parable ia AaWamec I i..tuulMMnlriMnilMl?nirftflfliim keftionrenicu w - , tors tne An 11 . ft'- i - from the office of publication. All papers for American La porta, will liave American postage stamp on them, m prevent any American pnstace being collected on iZfir Foreign subscriber, wboprefrw it, can have their Awarded thrmutb the Hawaiian mails, and will be requir fiae Wad postage of $1 Ot at the...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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