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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 November 1858

sstMssWBsMsMssWiM ganaMssMHMBisiBiHi fTHE PACIFIC . . Umbrciai. advertiser, Ca"aZ.CaI3 ' : ? TO ADVCBTISBRS AMD SCBSCnrnEElV UttrA Every Tmnmmj Six imtarlra.tinrra m-ITal T woucca v eawanawn fcateaded only to baacat aa iodiridoal'i kasliisss, wiUse caarye4 . its advertiaeBssata. . . tiliiiiknnina iHinliTtil ta Isrrrr Ttt- 'i fc L twarded to foreign countries will be $7 per annum, K tbTAmeriean postage and tbeepense the office puhbcatioo. A 11 papers for American (Tniru. will have American postage inpi oa than, rJe T America pe betot oAecUd . F.weigu subscribers, who prrf-r it, can hare their . through the Hawaiian mails, and will be renoir- Maod postage of SI 04 at the ll.molulu poet office, (X the above charge . . v ' L AT wBica aaveaTuawBSTS will ii chaboed. Lt advertismenta (3rt iMertloo) per line 10 et. f (Each snbseooent d. - , - Lis. t exceeding S lines) per annum , fS 00. i Earn sdditional line) 50 eta. r , payable always in advance. - . . Toot eaceeding 10 linea apace) Brmt ...

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. — 25 November 1858

COMMEIICIAL. , wznxESDAY Erc.-n.rG, iror. u, ism. Tt Is a ftooimoo savin; tJU - one laxurv create another." So la cuoBaereUl parsoila, the establishment of ooe branch of busi ness creates a neonetty fur another. For year oar business eommmnltj managed to get aloog wfthoot a bank, bat its esta blishment proves to be so peat a convenience to every ooe that faw wffl be hand who, after enjnjrtaf the facilities aflorded by it, win tranaaet their bosiness through any other medium- The Uhliinracot of a bank baa given rise to another and prmiatc want, via : a fire" and marine Insurance company the need of which ia brcoroirtr rrioosly frit by oar principal business men. It ia aot that a uc any aura Hob ta marine and Are tones now than we formerly were : bat it is the bet that we are ex poaul to coolant risks which few men would premme to incur In Uer coaaCrka, where iaaoranct cms readily be procured, thereby reducing- to ahaotute afcty the risks of doing business. Ia regard to fires, oar com...

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. — 25 November 1858

ti in beaTen" Tery welL . low ia it with breakers and bUsphemen? "Sabbath jbJge," said he, "there is no'Sabbath in f I whistled. "As for blasphemers they lace to any society. I only see a few here I who are tolerated because they acquired while plowing among roots and stumps and . Ia foct tney strut about as if pluming on their pernicious habit." What class tonals are meet numerous, such as lawyers, Criests, 4c? "The less said about law )ors and priests the better; there is no chance 1 the tricks of their trades here. Everybody Vt all sham-work is shuffled off with the Wr that served to conceal it- There are a Cer, who are permitted to ply their earthly Cco'unt of their condition which claims our U Do you see any such ?" . "Tea. There Co see. h has a fervent face, shut in a close .ilfKnmlnff. and hit Wt ffiMarlv I;gM an' cmvus o j l..t dirt and cobwebs, and stuck all la yY . mm ouills (he writes with quills). He is nlomat, I think, lie is sweating away just ltintics. disdaining ngur...

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. — 25 November 1858

Commercral Advertisen Hi Hi i Tfcw Shly Ready. And the brr js fresh mod steady. , Hands sra ut the anchor weighing i '-HiassuTthesuvssiMv's playing. Spread the mU the wares are swelling : " jVoadty round thy buoyant dwelling i v ' Tare thee well ! snd when at sea. Think of tltose who sigh ft thee. , Whss. frees had and heme receding, ! , i i ri , t ( ' And from heart that ache to bleeding, " Think of thoee behind who lore thee, . ( "WnBetoie Mats bright above the I 1 T ., ? Ibesn ss down the wJesglajBiBg. -..'..U.. - Is tk wswes hsi rsys are linchig, Tttnk bow long Cb night will bs Tojba ejea Jhat weep fcv thee. v alga watch f fAlbdrrwMBi AlbclsvsVsisfilat ?AithaWpHt.tW IVs thy vigils ever And the -Mindful eg the friends behind thee ! I tbrNmrt alagnet be' -. '-" ' ' ' Tttrn'd to those who wake Jbr the ! - -. ' . r . , i . - i ' Wnea with slow sad geatk BMtJon, Hesr the bosora af the ocr aa While ! anci thy back ia riding, - Aad thesuvsraamsigliaUas; O the iky with tranquil splendor...

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. — 25 November 1858

JU snjipiPiLisMriBErT -graft- tlhiie ipacdiiifikp TUBPAOIPIO Commercial Advertiser. CraiM m Ike AgaawM Concluded from fourth pas- . Bat all their speed waa to no purpose, as the cable waa unwinding within a hundred fathom?, and, a a last and desperate resource, the cable was stopped altogether, and for a few momenta the ship hang on bj the end. - Fortunately, how ever, it waa onlj for a few minutes, as the strain was continually rising above two tons, and it would not hold on muca longer ; when the splice was finished, the signal waa made to loose the stopper, and it parsed overboard safely enough. When the excitement consequent upon having so narrowly saved the cable had passed away, we awoke to trie consciousness that the case was still as hopeless as ever, for the electrical continuity was still entirely wanting. Preparations were consequently made to pay oat as little rope as possible, and to bold on for six hours, in the nopes that the fault, whatever it might be, might mend it...

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 December 1858

) THE PACIFIC aMERClAI. ADTERTISER, wfcMl Erery TbafMlar Maris la aj, a Six CpTr Ai PfM ! ATt. forwarded to foreign countries wtnbetT peranum, the American postage and the expenasof fcmM tb office of publication. AUpapersfor AnXeu uTports, will has. Americaa postage stamp. them, fr-event any Ajaerieaa prata bctna; collected so L; foreign subscribers, who firefcr It, caa hare their Ll" ij tmMjrbtbeBawaUuiaaila,aBdwUlbeRiiiiw JJod poiain of St 04 st th. Uoooiala pMofSw, to ti above charge of $7. Ar inn mruTDUun vnj. as chabobb. aarertiaaenta (Ant inert km) per lino 10 eta. (Each subsequent do. " Sets, f not exceeding S lines) per annum $ Each additional line) " 60 eta. .-w Parable always in advance. JCS Toot exceeding 10 lines apace) first insertion $1 00. Each subsequent Insertion - - Met. . AaesanssBS wUI be charged at the following rates 1 lwAiA- . o ADvnanr.ai a no tzrczzz msd only to beneflt an indlTtdaaTs bnstncn, wfll be efcarged sTattr-lsAaAfssxaMtsB- AdTertaMients dl9piaye4 f...

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 December 1858

o otinnnciAL . WE OIIE&DA T, DEC. I, 184. la ararlr all wninlil reports through this fall season, har brca eoaaarUed to note aa anftrtonate degression ia trade. whHaaaaBttalI wlirT tewtattnoa m thai aeon, ana thrnpcriniccortrtaar who hare bwanriH lo baslnesa Ur taw Mt ten year or ature. ' Palm hare hrm ttcartimrd to look wa heavy trad diartojr October and Jiovtsabrr, and buyc Mark ar early kul in, awl constantly a.WeJ to, in tbeaooflikmt siwrtatlno. aevrr kiUerto duaniatcd,af abriak demand wbea ta whalrsbipa arrivr, pajr off tbrir nm aod act atoorv ioto rircubuinn. Tbe spring and saaiwtrr wraauaat extending la six r wht avha of at yrw.U keatariv ta latter) ara seasons of nam&trat-nt staftaatioa Up-kepers Java over their coautrrs aal aat ikTtT tattoos with thrir vard-sticks, fcmklac; xprci aaUv fc-nranl the Jolt mim with biieU hopes, only reeno cOa.1 to promt hard limn, by their anticiimtinoe of a "good tiate earning." The rravark has almost twcomti a yeuftia here, Who wanM U...

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 December 1858

a Mi 97 1 tV. TT w 1 From ins ro., j rth A" N 95th. the Annual Meetinr of . r. took niAoe at the Bethel . . - :t noiuo . r - 1 f th Supreme Court, W. M. Robert. . After calling tlie meeting to order, the Jer w mve by the Rev. Hi Corwin, ef 5 ..t ciiurch- The annual reports of C. R. "-'rer. mad Rev. S. C litroon, from the I?' ilT were read and accented, and nr. rjtt lODJ,"'- " be coolisncu w L ' ,.t;nm nf the eeamF was motlin .1... .WT. 1 1 - n w...... UK . . ltMAl l . titrn n'l mere cuiuwu, v w ucwuww, re "K 1 ..r h Society, on Mrs. t KDn.l efficient keeper of the Home," -..mentoftheh.gn esteem and unabated A L C.arv fOarrJa Ka ssAatk .1 m httn I E UIMVU a a-a a ja a LU aWlU . the noble designs or the instita b-.iLOIll" . . . ' ' . - h.t a wroncr He h.as somehow rot w the JIanager. or M-wagereM rather, of 7 .vMnff a yearly salary from the Society. me c . . - . t the et.-e. im iwnj uuui jn nora I m item Ol uua uiureor r-u :.. F hnrt KMmH m,I K A Mkniuuiii-tii v- Vfl.A t'her surrort d...

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 December 1858

LLJ TTXI3 PACIFIC Commercial ?Advertiser. Thb Mmmc& Yoovg VIah. There are no longer Mtr boys.'' AD are young men from the time they pocket in tbeir trousers nul they oome home . vegvlai)? drank, aoeompanied by policemen. Tkej i are. now either son of honest men men who con stantly add to the general wealth and prosperity the men who are the superstructure and bulwark of national strength and progress, or they are the off spring of brokers, note-shaven, money-lenders, pawnbrokers or bankers. In the former ease, the ' model young wan Is utterly ashamed of his father ' sod mother, and entirely ignores the - old maaM and the old woman" on every occasion. On the con trary, the latter proclaims his governor" and " his lady" lond-moatbed to the world, and be is known 'by yonne; ladies as the son of the wealthy banker, who, keeps them gilt balls" hanging over his door tor ornament, and who is a delightful young man, drinking and gambling regolarly, and an only son. The model young man f...

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 December 1858

THE PACIFIC . Vs.U- Efrrr Th-wday Morai-, .t SI Pkl'fcM . I.nkl i Arfv.- NOTICE' TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBER, ObituaricB, funeral iuvitatimis and aotlei er ommonioBUaa. intei Mlel only to benefit an iudivklual'a business, will be charged ' as advert iseraeats. Advertisementa displayed in larger type than usual, are rat )ect to heavier charges. XT Subscription for the Commercial Advert er and Adver isements are payable ixvakiablt i apvaBCB. s TT No trausietit adrcrtisDMnU will be Inserted, PBLKSS ras esin. . XT C01 eiondeiice from ah rts of the Pacific win alwaj be very acceptable. p"- "f ' .ve charge of $7 3J'U iTEKTImiiT WILL S CHAXCSD. - It,rS . . ..irtlimeiiU (first inserttoo) per line lOcts Un tnm , rch subst-oicnt d; - .- - COMMERCI AL PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCT BOOK AND JOB PRINTING 1 . . . sren as , BOOKS, " " BILLS 0V EXCHANGE, CATALOGUES, ': . BILLS OF LADING, BILL llEAItg, CONSULAR BLANKS . CIRCULAR-, BLANK DEEDS, AUCTION BILLS, HAND BILLS. PAMPHLETS, SHOP BILLS XT...

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 December 1858

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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 December 1858

V Emperor Nichol s, who it teems is a saint Ulenir, an J whoae pictnra they appeared Cjp quite as mach as that of the S trior. the joong priest or naaeni began to ixau in Bible id a sort of aiog-song maaner, which k)0leA VI vj m ww .. I opened, and mj oIJ friend the palre ma le LB. talking Terr load and niakinz inao- bow. Meanwhile the bell-riDger inj proa- th hid forehead and hands on the floor. This first before the picture of oar Savior, and . . - T 1. : I . I i i v rpC that 01 l He E.uirvr( laivi uiuckii vuurvu 4J eune to me with a pleasant smile, his I m. trcm-mA mnmlnrr ("?ninin IrlVlCJ. invited me to dine with him, which l did. Uiinlj a noble-hearted bat simple man, and Jjubt u thorougiuj sincere in nis religious I je p f mummeries as it maj seem to us fetS. I"""1" 3 f i v; n.l black neckerchief, one would irris""" - - - -- - sight take him for one of the reTerend learned to-dAjr that the inhabitants ' two which tbej call Eneab, number 295; at lent of Tonga seven miles to the...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 9 December 1858

TXXX3 PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. ' ..The Tear Oa Tkuaad. a, M.. T A, - us as mus century drew to a close, various circumstances concurred to produce a change in men" mind. It was a universally diffused be lief that the world would coaie to an end when a thouaund years from the Savior' birth were ex pirea. ine year yyy was therefore looked up. n as the last any one would see. And if ever signs of approaching dissolution were shown in heaven . and earth, the people of this century might be Eardoned for believing that they were made t wi le to them. Even the breaking up of morals and Uw, and the wide deluge of sin which over- spreaa an lands, mibt be taken as a token that mankind' were deemed unfit to occupy the earth any more. In addition to these appalling symptoms, fum ines were renewed from year to year in still in creasing intensity, and brought the plague and pestilence in their train. The land was left un titled, the houses unrepaired, the rizht unvindi cated ; for who could...

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. — 9 December 1858

IU1 gUJIPJPILlBHIHMT OrOD TIHIIE IPACJUFJKD TorrTon"TR!TTn(nTT ATfy-' A TTDVTKTIRnr HSIE.IIfi 131)13 (Do THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. From the Friend. Fourth Annual Report or the - Sailor' Home Ilonolnla Prtntnltd Thursday, evening. J"ov. The Executive Committee of the Honolulu Sailors' Home Society would offer the follow ing report of the Society's proceedings during the past year, being the fourth since its organ . ization. The Treasurer has presented the state of the Society's financial condition, and the amount of money which has been raised to carry forward the Society's operations. We are most happy to leam that a much smaller debt now rests upon the institution than at any former period since it was opened for hoarders. It may almost be said, that the Home is out of debt, for the sum of S359 is small indeed, compared with the large amount ($16,033 06) which has been raised since the autumn of 1S54. In order to" render the building habitable, the trustees in 1S56 in curr...

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 December 1858

jfERCIAL ADVERTISER. Every TharWar HMMa(. mt ax . ... mwu ta a a,naa.e. krt, per ' W" prwiro "i . . . L, the American pnstaft-a ana ine p " 'mb tbe omoeof pobHauno. All papers for American tin d.-cv win hav- American postage tamns on tbem, f,, i!rrTt any Am-rican portage belnjr collected no r1 1 D ...Wrilan whaorefcr it-can bare their Hawaiian mafia, anrft will li n. . ri l-u I ni""J." . - - P" . . i dtM of 1 aa.t the Hawaihin Pus ikliUon to the iiwe cbarjre or$ . Pi, -d-vrliseaients (tirst insertion) per Hue. . . .10 -. f -ch acbuoent ilo. .... ft eta. L w eweediog unes.) per annum $S 00. f (Each additional Hoe.) " CM. f!r excxdiiR M Pi) first insertlim.fl 00 ' fcaJi jchoeqoeot toacTtioo 50 ct. r :ti v. .L . ... .1 r . ii. . . 1 1 ih. miJ nf ft!! nnartvr . pavaiBC " . -i L .urefoc SO li"') Per 1UJrUT 5 00 .column, per wmo..... - - P mirtr .$37 50 Jrnu' F" niniercial Advertiser. FrS S-mry. - ... . imerican travelling in Europe, tbas !- Eargeon, the great preacberr ch is perfectly na...

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 December 1858

UL II tl i: tl a a & a a: b li 91 ( tt CI sc tc y u OI of ef tit tb of ci le SI wi CO po be fct su ntl n no si in i iti Mi thi UP pn fel ill cai wl is It ag iru est tio for bes ia 3 . pre the am the we drr Th Iti wi tio em rer opi me we rec ha; fici dei foa am Un for nig tak Tea het qai list tiai can So. tilt for ?ea Ha lab. ben sea: J moi nea pea prej the Mac hen rem has wel woe nert Fac look the Jabo oar," and man Hori the I its simt disc as m ter j ship mati Ship act j prote tec is fuJIjr comi of tb the 4 fairl ivhks rev1 hat ve li rils nd on t ot ft :hie -is b idst WEOXCSDJ T, DEC. IS, MM- The fcoavy i Um put week haT erased i i hat of -VMroaibwi trade, and wa regret tno drpartnrsof what .i- m- wtfbvahl at data of our laat review. . Iroa. Lahaina w.bava, also, complaints of the trade daring ik. .hU-k hu laat closed there. Trout HI accounts tt ap- pear Uial an extremely nmiud and unsalistactcrj business A failure of a Chinese retail estabtisluoent occurred In Hobo- lota this ...

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 December 1858

L readinz on Thursday. L ,hen went into committee of the whole fintbl bnsioess, which wm the consiJerw tk Ti'il Code. ' a . 1 11 - Of the Vending of Beef.k Quite . as the existing law. Passed.' "Mo 116- Of Theatres, Circuses, or other llr J;.;ons. Passed. with the amendment roTiawn of thi aecticnhall not apply to f hoi9- (Tne lw fa the 8ame M before ) a it.m.1 & resolution to the same ef- r-erts'D " . .v- ' i . f snotner - - . pn minare ruic v the meantime harine been 1 1 , IB " r . . jeral long and uninteresting apeeoihea Loinw. agreed to the resolution by a large P" ..--. of the Divine of Boats for hire." r ' t i tw. with the exception that it ap- f . M well as Honolul't and Lahaina. sjben the Commutes iwc, " WcwresDAT, Dec 16. PETrno58. -.ia signatures, complaining of the !f the eity ; they arrest people and eause L pretences. L rffigT9 tendering F' e"" " . f rr. rra to execute the entire pot Wntinff- lie c Pmmie, consisting of Mewirs. Hitchcock , 1 ghma.FJchardonan.l Kenm. 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. — 16 December 1858

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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 December 1858

JU J u i ?j THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. A HIDE FOR LIFE. BT AS OLD CONTRIBUTOR- 1 In the fall of the Tear 1825, a single horseman ight hare been wen rushing at the utraoet possible I teed, which the united efforts of both whip and spar i aid command, along the old highway on the south Je of the Catawba river, that led to the famous land ford in the state of North Carolina. The in , ridual mentioned was a finely-formed, handsome S uth on the verge of his majority, with a frank, il arless countenance, and firry graj eyes, betraying t passionate temperament and a wul of strong, per- m reckless enertrr. 7 The impetuosity of hia disposition also reTealel lf in the wild eagerness of his looks and the hot tl iste of his motions. The powerful animal beneath aj s saddle had evidently traveled a long distance at e present unnatural rate of Telocity, as his smoking oiks were silvered with roam ana tne panting Dream a' ued from the purple nostrils in that painful, snort- . . . . . , . , ...

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 December 1858

rriiE PACIFIC rML ADVERTISER, C . rVery Tfc-r-J-y Mor.ln. at Six -., AVJil-Ac iTO ADVERTISKRS AND SUBSCIIIBCXIS" Obituaries, funenil Invitnti is and notices or enmmanicatioos Intended only lo benefit an individual's boainesa, will be charged r f" "r-,o nl the expense of frwar.l r h Al!!'!!rf pul.Ucati..n. All rPer for American ifc ireA mrican poet-Mfe rtaiiip" on them, " nut Aav-rica collected suberihrrs.oo P"f,T "'can h" K xei-u Hawaiian nwiU. and will be re- ,tl V""",1-; lt- of " lt ; as mlverthK-merit. ' i - 'S!Jfef?-s'-SBmw , - A . u .. A" . ----- Aiivertuemeuis atspiayea in larger type man usual, are aou Joct to heartec ehargir.. ly Suoscriptiou f-r thc Commercial Advertucr aitd Advet-t tU-mems are payable xvariahly i advaxck. . .. 7 So transient advertisrBieuu will be inserted unices rai'r riD. XJ Ccrresiondence from ait parts of the Paerfle will always be very acceptable. t 111 MT ""HDU (ft" iMrtion) per Iiiie....l0 ctr. line.) - Wets. veh sMii""" -'"'.7;. in advai fc . (o c"...

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