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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 September 1858

COXRIVIEH CXAXi . fTLnxcsDjr uriiMXG, sept. 22, vh. Wc ha ire to record a week of tntae coositleraMe activity in Iwaineaa, and ao anosual buiitie about the whams and among tba ahippinc. A ainjrular occurrence, and the first of ita kind. aaa noticed oa Tbanrfay but, a ben bar large clip'' ''"PS Irani ran Pranciaea, itlowed each other in quick oioeemion pan IHaaaood Ifrad, mad mtcrrd the port. The Raduga was the oae of the taw that cane fr-vhtcd. and her cargo was qnKe ranall, eanaiaUu of flowr, eata aod Miodriea. , THa T. Fulfil letti. Skylark and JTf Wind bruugbt paaseureT. Jl drier per theae arrival are to the 5th Aagast from Nw York, and from Sea rranciace fc the 4:h liwt. The bark Faamy Major had anrired erer in 22 days package frnra Honolulu. The can aiercial neara from Saa Franciaeo is rx pecmUy Intm-atinir. The brif Vara Totter, from Valparaiso, bound Ibr Paget Sound, which peeieil this port oa the 9th instant, retnroed again on the 14th, the captain having concluded to aumpt ...

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. — 23 September 1858

th. the inaujvtixatiorj, benediction, and lm of the dock Napoleon III. will take place, the afternoon, the Villt de JNne, a screw lich has heen built on one of the slips of the t will be 1 ranched. In the evening, there t crand ball offered by the tow. A grand rill be given by the Emperor to all 'the per iched to his suit.. It will take place under a d npon the deck of the Bretagne. AH the fntiiiri"9 forming prt of the Conference of ve received invitations for the fetes at Cher- ble massacre of Christians, by' Mohamme rk place at JilJi on tne tb of June. rh and French Consuls, and the wife of the ere murdered. In all about twenty-six per- massacred. The dnghter of the French leaned, though severely wouuded, and with r refugees, principally Greeks, was brought on the 3d, by Her .Majesty's frigate Cyclop ktiaos remained in the place. Y.miievr announces that the Imperial Govern , concert with that of Her Britannic Majesty, . measures to exact reparation for the enor rxnmitted at Jiddah...

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. — 23 September 1858

TZX2 PACiriO Commercial Advertiser, (Written lor the ractflc CotmiMrasI Advertiser.) Sift in it gabauan Islands, gig, 7. A TBIP TO MAUNA (Cooetadcd.) LOA. Imagine two or three hundred acres covered a foot deep with broken glass, arranged in every suppoea bla position, and yon may guess something near what oor cowhides under or rather over-went. We made bat small progress, and the temperature of the air had fallen to 61, when, at five P. 1L, we eame upon a mountain mansion, provided by Nature for house leas travelers, and yclept a cave. This was a large cavity, left in an arched shape by the flowing lava years ago, and with its high roof, dry floor, and utter belter from the night winds proved a glorious place of rest after our toilsome day's jaunt. A good fire soon shed its cheerful rays over the interior of this house of lav, and a smoking hot supper, consisting of roast potatoes and batter, and the fragrant Kona coffee, was soon served up, while a cold turkey from ear sack flanked...

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. — 30 September 1858

I" THE PACIFIC OHNGRCIAL ADVERTISER, VIUIM-H Errrr Tawrwday Marssla. at Six ,r. Kria. FayaMe ia. A4Tacc LeP, forwarded to foreism countries win be $7 per annum, .Vers the Aroerlcaa ponup and the expense of forward : ftp the office of publication. , An papers foe American ports, wilt have Amertcaa postage stamps on them, prerent any American postaoe bem collected on Lrr foreign suecribTS, who pref it. can hare their UrwnW thmoirb the Hawaiian mails, an.1 wiU be requir iue fslaad pe of $1 v4 at the Honolulu post office, L, to the shore charge of f 7. xs at which AorirrtxemsTB IU at cwabckd. i-ot an'Trrtisracnts (fir insert loo) per line -. 10 eta. r.A uhmniil da.1 " " Sets. earfs. (not exceeding 8 nnes) per annum $5 00. f not exceeding 10 lines space) first insertion $1 00. Adtebtlisss will be charged at the following rates - . . I. ...ma .W - - payaoie t.ne exi - i wmtf lineal ner quarter - - f 5 00 Srth of a eolamn per quarter - " - J 12 00 fof a eotamn per quarter - - $2000 le colu...

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. — 30 September 1858

1U cotiwnnoiAL. wedxksdat evemxq, sept. , isu. i has been aaiet this week, and oa Che street" we Var maaj r an plaints of dalln . 80 many bevvy earroes of n rchmadiaa are sow roBy doe at thai pott, that dealers have bat l'Je incttaatioa to parehaae, harm Iran probaWr of a doll sea- which the anfa rotable reports from the fleet seem to eon " T-rm, and e aa ever-importation of many descriptions of goods, wSeeeby prices may be awnsonlly d pn awl There haa oot bent a very aclire movement tooag merchant man whalers Ibis week. The brlfrantine Glrncoe an-ired yes-t-rday from Port Ortord, with 180,00 tret of lumber, partly eoo Aku of the dear cedar of that region. The lumber market Is heavy, aod canroea are Jaat bow quite difficult of sale. We no- .Ireland that a Dew lumber yard is to be started la Honolulu, of ch the Gleneoa't earro win form the nodeae. The Senas- Fmrd sailed 00 ber return to Port Towusend and ti- goid mining eountry, on the 24th. ' - Xha Alice, from Baa franciaco, U much ...

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. — 30 September 1858

jrro. Sir: About a year rtnce, and as . . . . t : : . r aware. I was inauceu io BuuKriuuuw Vh erection of a marioe telegraph station near jnon-l Head- ' k " .' Vs sueressful in the undertaking, and by a atatementpub 1 in ynur paper of Jane 18th, 1857, and tine then, by a Cent in writing, showed what disposition I had made of the that the entire amoaist uneennefl aaabeen expended. little more. VinwnHy I obtained a sufficient amount of money by sab fioo ta erect a second statin) on Coco Head, and by my Lent published May tb. 1844, in yonr paper I show what kitina had then been marie or tne money collected, at , tbe account standi as fbHtrws: Lrfm'lalTiW, to amt expended at that time. $111 18 L paid eperartnr No May IStn, IB, to July 1. $ n oo paid for flaf and rope, tc. 8 SO 3 50 75 66 86 00 $10 88 of subscriptions still ancouected, (Sept. 30th,). Vis- a balance oo hand of. tr te above. It will ne seen inai ine operator at tr.e unco ti.n dHchareed by me on July 1st. after having Where...

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. — 30 September 1858

u .1 t I i S Ldvertiser. f i :1 'i t For the Pae, Com. Advertiser. ! iMt TartsT aa4 Treaty -I Vmm haw no toward to oar aid. a that pathos spiral fcr which they are noted. The loOowing effusion, tboosk aot dIatiiUMd fcr any rythmical aaertt, will bear at least one hasty perusal. Tha Mow, it win be seen, seeketn to portray the history of Iba fcmous Treaty, how it Is viewed out- alii sf Hn nininsa.nl inrlrnr', ml- " ' wtlahertbaaw.) t r j -- j,i Ye Muses tha dweO on the heights of Parnassus, . " " Your power I Invoke to Inspire my pea, - " ' ' While K leHs what ha lately befallen, alas 1 mt Poor mortaa down here, called the cauldron of On a bright BtOe isle, ia tha rolling Pad fie, Frvaa all laada aad cation, we've erase to reside ; Ia Use hope the where fortune had been ao prolific, - We aught BMkke a lining nlaiH something beside. And tha we waaAoa,aaontent wfthcew'ttatta ', For profits were ample aa4 duties were small ' Five per cent, md waljrenx on all anportaums , . , Bat spirits ...

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. — 7 October 1858

T- THE PACIFIC f RRCIAL ADVERTISER, mmI Erery Tbmter Mrs,la-;.ae 8I TO ADVERTISCIt AND ftUItCaiIGRf. - Obituaries, funeral Invitations ant ootieaa er cmnaawn la t inns . intended only to lx utfl t an Individual 't bnsluou, wUl be charged as edvertteterat. - -. Advertiacmenta disphyt4 la larger tji than ataaJ, are ful- , Jeet to heavier chsrara. : CrSubacrtption for the Commercta! Advertiser and Adrar Uentenuare iwyable ikVAPUBLV ih suVax'cb. ,i forward -d to forei.m countries will be J7 per annum, the Am-rican postage and th- expense of forward. " the office of publication. A II paper f T American i porta. have Ani--rienn mtag- .tamp on them, prevent any Am-rican pom tire heine- collected cm v F v1i;ii u'crih r. who pr t-r it, can have their f.r le I thr pa.'h the II waIUo mails, and will he rt-qnir- , ( iUnl p of 1 04 at he llooolnlu post office. ' TTNotraiuiieutadvcrUfccnW will be tnac-rCcd, tniLSU MS ram. - - . tT CenesMendence from all parts ef the Vuoifle wttl always ow to the ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 7 October 1858

OOETKIEIICIAI.. WEDNESDAY KVESMQ, OCT. 8, 1848. Ts Fannw Major arrived early this momiDg, wllh tot atlan He ud California sails, and a full freight. She report freight as oTexiaf rery freely indeed, and the Emma, wu loaded, mat would be ready fcr sea on the 20th. The principal and ail ba- portans Ham at news, thai aaaO la the umi aaflil completion of the Atlantis Telegraph, an event which aeema to hare engrossed pobBe attenttoa at the East and in California, and caused x- sresss rejoacsns ssrtywliere. - The commercial news arffl be found interesting ; the markets ta California for Island prod no had undergone little change. The amrtnnaly expected arms arrival tram the Ochotak Sea aecmed oa Monday, and we an in receipt of advices from about two-thirds of tbe Seel, tfaoogh these reports are early hi the rea- mo, and neaassaruy aaeagre. The newt is, however, cosslilnnl quite favorable, and it is beBeved that Cut are arrtvaJa wig eoo- Jrsa the mroraMe fsSnga. Tno first of Che Ml fleet o...

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. — 7 October 1858

1. j W.N. LADD, Wd Dealer In Habdwabs, ClTLUtT, Mst-haxics ,nj AeBictrvrrKAi Lspxewiists, Fort trei, llooo- r- V. GOODS! ALU GOODS!.. ir.RSIOKD HAS RECEIVED a" -ion. by the J"OC-VG,GV, an addition tutu tirjbie stock of - , - Hardware and Cutlery I - the (blowing article t Folding harrow, east stel rardeo P"" l"IM? handled da, east steel shovels, ri'd point; potato digrers. bog hoe, glud, whiting, bosh boos, aieuge uiuuurn, cnarcoui irons, Cntlery. . . . -' rtment of pocket knives, cocoa handle knives, 5 to vej anJ forks. , Tools, Ac. wood saws with frames complete, blacksmith's dow-lling imS B"" 1"""' i irvvts, Dtacx- wooden oeucu wiwi, uwkiur, scnucn awls, i rrindstooe of assorted weights, awl and Diane dividers and cotnpassea, boxwood rule, coppering chisels malieis, ma mi rasps oi superior quality, J"9" j I T.rJ u ,r,;i cor .is and line, cotton do. seine twine. cot- L wrappm? twines, fish lines, all sixes and qualities. Builder's liaranrare. Heavy T hinges, Square bolts. Picture ...

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. — 7 October 1858

o -.'.: . .' TIXD PACIFIC Coihmefcial -Advertiser. faf irimatfenl effiuion fay been 14id 'on oar' tabled I d if published oMj" at the argent soliciution of gOTnmtat which propoen flat thee"1" - ef tb treatjr wkitUd After aosW to tbe flexibility of his gutter! or; fearing whutW it to his heart's ooBtr the sot disant entic e thPMyiwfiaa is rested to state whether 'a.nv- thing- more is sraotedT to satisfr- bis morbid cariotntj tor tW sssnrWfn! . . . KcFomm?TO oats bee pokkx at Tnhtoo-dalb, Scck A dark, dtufy roost, hung with cobwebs:. a number of strong boxes nnd red tape scattered tout .'j 5 .'-' Ttn. 10 (clock, PiAf., immediately after a salute . of iuo funs orer W rejection of a famous eon ten tion with the kingdom of Abyssinia.' , First Lord and Factotum of the Fire Eating Department en ten, wntsumg truA. a package under his arm. supposed to oejmjywuue of protocols. And has it earn to ibis! . Mast I jc!t up The laurel wreath I did appropriate And wear with so much puce ? Mast I res...

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. — 14 October 1858

E TXIE PACIFIC bMNERCIAL ADVERTISER, f liakesl Erery Tbaralar Mornina;. at Six m n a. a a -a r rarer Annnns. a-wy-w.ws--.-vwwc. ;TS forwarded to foreignouaotrles will be 7 per annum. m the office of publication. A II ppen fur A merican porta, will hare American postage stamps oo them, fill prevent any American postage being collected on 'frrr. Foreign sahecrihrrB, wbopreft-r It, can have their rw anted through the Hawaiian mails, ami will be require the inland postage of SI 04 at the Honolulu post office, ,n to the a bore charge of $7. . t at wHicn adtbrtwsmbsts will be charged. tent advertisments (ftrsT Insert loo) per line 10 eta. (Each subsequent do. frets. .anj (not exceeding tines) per annum ' $5 00. Each additional line) " MM. j- Payable always in advance. CB r. font exceeding 10 lines space) first insertion SI 0C-. Each subset went insertion - Met. r Adtikti-ikh will he charged at the following rates payable at the eml of each quarter: -nuare (or twenty Unes) 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. — 14 October 1858

ooErniEnciAi.. irsDxzsDjr efesixg, ocr. m, ism. Or Scgab tsTKBom. We intend to notice from time to time the prngira of oar agricultural and STasins; interest which re yearly aanralog Biore fanporUnee fen the export trade of the ' Manila, and which muat become our mainstay of prosperity. Tmb East Man PtAxrAnoXv We are happy to leant that this ptantstian, established in 1850, fires promise of aa unprece- - weateel yield. Afield of alxteen acrea, now hrinf cut, wm yield from 3 to SJ ton of aogar totbeacre. The growing- cane, though planted J feet apart, literalir coven the whole fields the groand being eompletehr hidden from sight, while io walk through it la next to aa impoasibUItv. Strange aa it may seem, a person set down in the midst of the cane, without a com pass, would find the utmost difficulty to extricate himself firotn iU mazes. It is high that, seated on horseback, one cannot by two or three feet reach the hand to the top of the kares. The sticks are in erery direction from...

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. — 14 October 1858

1 rater on jast enough to cover the grtmnd, and L wm impart warmth sufficient to the water foe mad to sprout the grain in a few days. When Cain is swelled ready to sprout, say in three or (days, draw off the water. Soon the young shoots appear abore the ground. Let them shoot up to ght of six or seven inches, and then let the water" lain, but never so much as to cover the plant, Cse that would kill it. As the rice advances in Cb, increase the water in height. When the rice Vs to bloom it is well if the water can be so high immerse half the stem. lose old kalo patches are generally very trouhle- aaaatic weeas. snouia suen Decome too L plentiful, they should either be pulled C offsnd the1 rice land laid dry for a few days. knit of hoeing; but this should always be done L the rice is in 'tight barrel," that is, before the shoots out in which the ear is wrapped. Should weeds run up with the rice during the first those can be totally exterminated before the 'd crop is sown, because the r...

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. — 14 October 1858

1 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. From the Samoan Reporter. ... ' -A Saaiaa TraslitlwsL. , .'- ..; Th Origix or Fret The late Dr. Kittd. !n one er the sections of bis Daily Bible illustrations, re marks, that fire was probably as unknown to Adam as it was un needed by him. before the fall, and then sJludes to some carious traditions respecting its dis covery. . it is beyond dispute, that islands and tribe have been foand, in various parts of the world, where toe use of Ore was quite unknown ; and hence, we mar suppose, that the traditions in Samoa, on this "uoRci were, at some remote period, lounaea on iacr. : . The Samoans say, that there was a time when . their '; forefather ate everything raw; and that they owe the luxury of cooked food to one Ti'iti'i, the son of a per- son called manga. This Talanga was high in favor with the earthquake god Mafuie, who, like the Vul can, of the Ureeks. lived in a subterranean region. ; where there was fire continually burning; On going to a ...

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. — 14 October 1858

u SUFIPILIBMriBT TD TIHI1E THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Om Caaefa. The word comet literal! signifies hairy ttar; be cause such bodies are generally accompanied with a nebulosity, or train, which has the appearance of lu minous hair. The luminous point near the center of s comet, which is the most brilliant, is called the nu cleus. The haze or nebulosity which surrounds the nucleus is called the hair, and sometimes the en velope; and the nucleus and hair combined constitute what is usually termed the head of the comet. The luminous train, extending sometimes to a great distance from the head, is called the tail of the comet. These bodies have occasionally appeared in the heavens in all ages. The ancients were divided in their opinion respecting them; some considering them as wandering stars; others, as meteors kindled in the atmosphere of the arth, subsisting tor a time, and then dissipated; and others viewed them as prodigies indicating wars, famines, inundations, or pestilenc...

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. — 21 October 1858

THE PACIFIC "1 (roMMRRt lAL ADVERTISER, .: ... . i.... TLapaT Mnil2.l Sil NOTICES TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBER Obituaries, funeral Invitations and not less mt communicaUoas Intended ouly to Urostlt aa Indlvkia's binlnw, riU.be cbargeJ as advertlaenieaty. Advertiseiaenu displayed In larger type thaa alUtJ, r ft Ject to heavier chanrs. -' crrtubscription fur tts Commer.-:! Advertiser and Ar iaementa are payable itkiblt t nKCR. T7 No transient advertiunents wiil be iot cited, rXLcsa HI rain. " - - CT Corresponilenos from ail parts of the Paerfte will always be very acceptable. ... - COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. . HUn per !. PrH" AaWaaee. . I paper, ninlrJ to foreign coautries will be $7 per annum, I ",r the American P"etT and the expense ..f (wwar.l- . t.i: AllMMNCiBuviii krn rr-wri ute tiiatr 01 pu.T . t , . r.irn port, will American postage tamp on tliem, T im tr.k-nt nv Amrrlcia pnrtaee helne T-ntKeteri n f ,rw-;,rtle i invmirn inv n i-.io-, m r-iiur- Vi,v t?-e Island pnetwreef 81 '...

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. — 21 October 1858

JU C CXAX. . ' ." ' irr.nxcsiiAr r.mixa, oct. 20, ism; - " St tern ft bat laws vfcato ships harp arrived frertr fretn the NijtvX W bare bow in port 21 wrwlrrs, spun 16 tost year Hmc dale. TVr tnUI arrivals of whalers at all the wrt of the Maud op to Oct. SO Uiia year hare been 71, again 49 wn time U.t year. . The ship J kraut Barktr tiringa aa later an" tnwu the Ochntak. Ska left laax srtaufcl aboat K-pt. U. and brines rcT" from aineu-eo vraaHs not farlure heard fimuu The total number of vewcti that have Crqisnl there this aeaaua, so far M hare been reported, amoanu to 86, and the pro! .ability ia that fully 100 Tea-la hare rraiaed there. The boest refiurta will be f-nuxl In the But on oar funh pax. These reports are not very farora !!, bat September remained, which may bare cbanard the as pect. We erct to Im of nto Urv of oxer 2000 bU., tboatfh the Richest reported aa yet are the King Fitter, 1300, France t Henrietta, 1 300, XrryprL, Rtinderr and Mrrrrmac, each lOGtfbhla. " ' The U...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 21 October 1858

wbich Moaot Vernon has beea purchased, as ni from the Philadelphia Enquirer, are u ful f . - J - ?' 18.000 CO cash paH to Mr. John A. Washington. 47,000 00 to be pud on tbe first of January, 1869. 41,066 08 to be paid on the 21 of February, I860. II.606 M ta be pai l on the 231 of Pehmary, 1861. il,666 6d t be paid oo Uie 22i of February, 1862. t 10,000 00 I deferred payments are to ctrry interst from full, the proviso of obtaining possession at any ' by thirty days notice, when the Association is , and does pay ttie enure nmnut of purchawe Tlie 18,000 have been paid to Mr. Wash- and the sums now in the treasury of the - .i . . tion, contnoutea uy private persons and bodies, and gathered from tbe lectures of Mr. t, are autfcient to meet the January payment; means necessary to meet the interest on the and the three 8uUjeiueut payments, are yet to r I Moniteur announce that the Governments of V and England have come to an understanding e Porte with reference to tbe recent horrible at ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 21 October 1858

JJJ! fist 8mihiUnuns"3l)i!US''S Tt ,TW AtUatiat Telegrmpk. - j. 'will b wen by our ypr, thiA the Cable j. -a irri and a pifect one. The placa of land- trig the tabla ia deep, land-locked harbor. Becure from every damage, on an isthmus fo.tr miles '"'aw t6 Placentia Baj.'.'TbQ' telegraph station house is new the instruments are new, and were brought from England in the Niagara, with the operators, who require time to set up and adjust their batteries and instruments. ' We give - below Mr. Field's daily " log," during the Toyage, and it will be read with interest. " FIELD'S IOC OS BOARD TUX NIAGARA. ' Tarvrrr Bat, August 7. Associated Press, N. V. Extracts from Mr. Field's journal, Saturday, July 17thr 1858. This morning the Telegraph, fleet sailed from Queens town, Ireland, as follows: ' ! 'The 'Valorous and1 Gorgon at 11 A. M. The. Niagara At 7.30 P. M:; end the Agamemnon a few hours later. All th steamers to use coal as HrtL. tkM nmsrfhl in rettine to their rendezvous. Up to 5 P. M...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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