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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 9 October 1856

4 - -1 if r 8 if 1 II 4 It. I' . t t ! S ! 1 1 it i ri i tl ii 4 i i 1 i I i. If I is t V i it Che itortb New Bedford In southern parlance, New Bedford, is what might be called a " right smart place." It is one of the richest and most enterprising cities -in the world in proportion to its population. An equal division of its taxable property among its inhabitants, would give to each man, woman, and cBild, more than fifteen hun dred dollars. There is not, however, that variety of business here, which is generally to be found in many other places, that goes to swell the general prosperity and increase the Usable property of the people ; but its success depends almost entirely upon one branch ishm. V hale nsning, therefore, becomes the alUabsorbinor theme oi - . 7j Date and Tort of ARRIVALS. Vessels Names Capiahx t - TZt T I - - M 11 I Seasons r i a of industry and that is whale fi: ,l every child, bov. find mnn. Tr ie thpir beh.tr's end and aim." From the cradle to the grave they thin...

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 October 1856

I: I 4i 4 t 1 ? I 1 H. i, . i M !f 15 i I 1; j v tt. V: 4 : ! f I If !n it i; 1 F. FOLfiSR OFFERS FOR SAEE.'atthe St jre recently occupied . by Capt. James Makee, on Queen-street, a fuii jujrtiuat of chip Chandlery, Hardware, &c., consisting of HARDWARE, &c. Anchors, chain cables, ships' cabooses, ' Try work knees, cabocse iron, Iron and copper tacks, assorted sizes, 44 kl brass screv3, 44 14 Lamp and screw Looks, ring screws, Brass and iron staples and ho As, brata and iron butts, Chest hinges, hooks and hinges, barrel bolts, Improvedtovver bolts, square bolts, chest handles, Door knobs, mortice, rim and dead locks, drawer locka, Brass and iron padlocks, auger?, saws, screw drivers, Callipers, try squares, nippers, rules, guages, pod auger, Giniblets, chisels, hammers, saw-setts, axes, hatchets, Iron and steel squares, sheath knives, spring baiianoee, Mincing knives, sugar, butter and cheese triers, Coopers' tools of all descriptions, butcher knives, Beaming knives, caulkin...

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 October 1856

LlSIIED WEEKLY 11 V HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 16, 1S56. (S1XDOLLARS PER. ANNUM. VOLUME 1. NUMBER 10. Kill" M. WII1T.VEY. 3 'if THE PilCZFIO fommereial Advertiser, The Life Clock, FEQJI TH3 GERMAN. There is a little mystic clock, No human eye ha3 seen ; That ln?ateth on and beateth on, From morning until t'en. And whn the soul is wrapped in slcop, Ami heareth not a sound, It ticks an 1 ticks the live long night. And never runneth down. O wondrous is the work of art, Which knells the passing hour ; But art n:'er f .rmed, n or nila 1 conceived, The life, clock's ruagic power. Nor set in gol 1, nor d?cke 1 with gems, By pride anJ wealth possessed, But rich orp .r, high or low. Each hears it ia his breast. "When life's de-p stream hull beds of flowers All still ana softly glides. Like thj wavelet's st?p, with a gentle bat, It warns of passing tile3. "When passion nerves the warrior's arm, For deed3 of hate and wrong, Though heeded not, the f jarful sound, The knell is deep and ...

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 October 1856

C O IV2 Z22 II C I Jlli . THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1S55. " We have to iot; the arrival during the past week of sis whale Ihip9 and two merchant vegaeli thJ lhrlt. bark Ariana, with a full cargo from Manila, an 1 Haw. sch. Pfiel, from the Arctic Ocean. There are now twelve whale ships ia port, an J vrz leara that there ars fourteen at Lahaiaa. Th? average of the cachings tlm. tur is cjnaiJerel equal O the early reports r;c:iveJ last year up to this date. . Trade of all kinda has been very quiet ; tho retail trad?, which Influences la a grcat measure the Jibbing trade and auction sales, ha3 been unusually dull, and dsal-Ti complain that the natives have no money to trade with. " The only important auction sale during the week is that of the cargo of the Brit, bark Ariana, frra Manila, s .11 at the store of Messrs. Krull and Moll, consisting mostly of c r Jage and cijarj. The prices obtaiaed, which will be found belr.v, are very good, considering the times. The rice imparted by the A. was...

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 October 1856

n "V I .- s 'v. A 5 V i - 1 ! i !; .1 i: 1 : ! - articles as laid down in a certain thin volume that lies always handy at J udge Griswold's right hand. Does a day pass over their heads they do not sell li quor to a native? How many times has a kanaka been told that he mast say, his intoxication was owing to beer, when the wherewithal wiis furnished . at the $1000 per annum licensed Hotel. How many ef those bars are there, which are not supplied with brandy of one sort for the Don, and another brandy for the kanaka, and which by chance the TVhite, when a little oblivious and palate disturbed, is smil ingly helped to ? I instance but one of the violations, which they daily incur penalty for, and it should bring to their minds the text, 44 Let him without sin amon you, cast the first stone." That their informers have not succeeded in all they promised is evident from the acquittal of nearly all, in fict all but one of those informed against by the Mice." Had the offence been as common ...

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 October 1856

91 V 7W 5 r t raft Che mm t If - ,f 4 ! . ii it 'j f il In 5 f :! I! ? v. ?! :!l f; .1: :! 51 i il f 1 : 11 : i ; i '! t f Mi Mi" JO- TH2 p-acirxc Commercial Advertiser, The Whale Flsiiest of the Umted States. The JSTex-Ee Iford Whaling List contains sorae interest is statistics, from trhich some idea cf the extent cf the Trballng business may be formed. The greater pert! c n of this tasrr. ess is confined to Missachasstts. The w hole jrainber cf vessels employed is ix hundred and fire. --Bedford his tvro hundred and seven-t-five sh'ps arid brks, find more than half the ton ic ige. Xantncket, Xew-Lcnden and Fa'rhaven have B.Vmnt an ponal ir.rerct in the business. There are r.Tr- i--r b,rTd-rv4 rr.-1 tb: i T-1Vn 1 ITe sh?t3 and i La! baris in porr, fitt'ES fur se.i, and they will require n&irlj fjur thcus md ccn fr cSrers and crevs. The total amount cf property invested in the h illng bus'ncss must be between twenty and thirty mlU'cns c f dollirs. The first seven months of this y...

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 October 1856

0- Ml 1 rrfit & 'f3 r it . kf, 7 1". 'V c m jr..-.. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 23, 1856. (Sl DOLLARS PER ANNUM VOLUME 1. NUMBER IT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BIT HENRY M. WHITNEY. 5 r : T. ; -T i rf sm&smmmm&m&mm&i if i fit fir ink If . P U 5iWfife H if a K' r id" il P 'I ,: si r?nM? n ry r r r 1 1 Mini n v i It f If I k I I n txl 1 4 I: h ti k t; II L - .1 1 fitl il f I 1 SI IF 1 3 y vv I ' 4. t i -r THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, Tor the Pacific Commercial Advertiser. Reply To the Song, Do they Miss Mb at Uomb.h AS SUSQ BT THE WASDEBER'j SLjTKB, Do we miss thee at home, do we miss the. Or art thou bo shortly forgot ? Twere cruelty even to doubt us, Whatever, wherever thy lot. I have seen the firm lips of thy father t)ft tremble on hearing thy name, 'And he ft.-ls that thy prifxiicc were better Than be told of thy greatness end fame. And the gleam of hi3 pride and his pleasure, But brightens the struggling tear All yields to his yearning affection, He sighs,...

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. — 23 October 1856

COX&XVXI2HGXikIi. THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1S56. Ec5isi3 .luring the past week has shown a considerable ani mation, owir.g mainly to the increased numbers of ships in part. There hare been six arrivals cf whalers since oar last issue. The caching3 are going to show a lair a vera??, from 600 to 500 barro!, but considerably below last year's. The very dull, calm weather ol the past week has delayed the arrival of whalers, as weU as the bark Yankee, which ha3 the nails, now several daj3 over-due. The Fanny Major iiaHed on Tuesday with full cargo, consiit ingj of Pulu, Sugar, and some eighty Una of Rice, transshipped from the Ariana. The balance of cargo of the Ariana was sold at Auction on Saturday at kw prices all the goods were in bond. RICE Ex Ariana, as above, 2000 bags 2i cts, 1000 at 2 cent?, l,C0O bags at 2 7-16 cents. 3 AER3WRO0T 20 boxe sold for Q 37 J cents per box of 133 V a COFFEE 2000 lbs Manila, in boad, sold fur S cents per ft. POTATOES V7e are glad to notice the Lnprsvemj...

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. — 23 October 1856

charged, having the most abundant and satisfactory evidence that they were not violating the law. It was happy, for them that two of them were sons of ship toasterswho saw that justice was done. The correction of these abuses demands the most serious attention. We have a bad name abroad for no one tiling as much as the enormous amount of fines on seamen paid by every ship that touches at these ports. It is not a mere tax. It is a great in dignity, and we cannot blame the sufferers if they feel great resentment, and shun our ports. Seamen must be restrained from violent disorder and out rageous vice, but it is not necessary to make them feel the full stringency of our laws. That should be reserved for those whose homes are here, and know the laws, and how to evade them. Leniency over looking transgression when possible should be the rule with the stranger and guest. Hosrcs. Mr Editor : I notice in your useful and widely circulated journal of the 9th inst, an article signed Democrat,"...

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 October 1856

mi n s it' T i I. I ' ill ft i V i '1.H l;i mi 1 r. n M m Al4 H i1 1 1 4 1 in r; j i i- 3 F 1 '111 HI mi '.1 - .. ; ? , ; - i M i v f ': ill : i 'Si' 5 i" vlU'-. - V' . J fiiii irtb WMiu Minima s min 3mt , , I I. I 1 g I ei 55Fl nmTAWCa. " llbste and Port of TokFi Names Date and Port of Vessels Names Caplain. ?B S - 1 1 III Arrivals. Arrival. I3 J Sp Wb SvWtxl Sp AVh Bone " III 1 I THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. liore and Soap-Suds A Philadelphia poet recently published- the follow ing lines " To Mary." He is said to be notorious for his personal uncleanliness, and the Sunday Mercury contains a "hit" at his verses and habits both, which we adjoin on the right of the original : TO HART X FOM We are young, And both are lovlnj, You love me, And I love you Each, each other' Faults reproving Come in me, And some in yon. What is best for ua to do ? Live and love, Continue lovinj You loving me, - I loving you Each, each ot!itr' Faults reproving You reproving me : I you ; This is best f...

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. — 23 October 1856

IP ! 'i fa. Pi 1 . 1 1 V! !? T1 1 MISCELLANEOUS. ' SOIIETIIIIVCJ IEW AT THE HONOLULU DAGCEIUIEAN GALLERY. IMPROVED AMBROTYPESS Photographic Pictures on Glass and Paper ! THE UNDERSIGNED, having recently returned from a visit fciaii Francisco, takes pleasure i.i informing the puUio that he lias introduced and is now prepared to exe cute those splendid and permanent pictures on glass, well known as the IMPROVED AMBROTYl'ES, And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the most celebrated makers, together with a well constructed sky light, he is emiMed to takeAniltrotyies, Stereoscopes, Dagur reotyie and all kinds of Photographic Pictures, in a superior manner jind in any weather. PHOTOGRAPHS ON PAPER, of persons, views of residences, ships, parts of the city, kc, which may be sent to absent friends by letter, taken by the dozen or half dozen. Also, on hand, a great variety of cases and frames, of .the latest styles. , oi , , . , . , Daguerreotype Instruments and Stock for salt?,...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 October 1856

1 4 ' I I, 1 1 " !2?J Down. BY ALICE CAP.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter bezan to live with a fortune thev had enc of the finest houses in tcrvvn, and, of eonre'e, it was in the most fashionable quarter, and fa- irshed with all the eleirance and luxury which -.ninister to taste and comfort. In short, they had a ir.cit house, a great deal of furniture, a great many ervants, and a great many clothes. They had line h.Tes and fine carriages, a fine conservatory and hue " lures, and were, iiTall respects, fine people. Ihey i . e splendid entertainments ; had traveled at homo hw abroad ; jrae and revived presents ; visited all the fashionable resorts in the summer, and in winter made life one round of what is termed pleasure. Mrs. Dexter was a beautiful and accomplished woman, and Jived as she had been educated to live, and as she i-upp' sod was proper for a wofnan of her position and f.irtnTie to live. Her baby was in the nursery well v-;trt-d for, &he knew : and vet it caused her not a lit t...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 30 October 1856

i st i 1 If PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY HENRY M. WJIITXEY. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 30, 1S56. SIX DOLLARS PER AlfXUM' 1 VOLUME 1. NUMBER-18. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, For the Pacific Commercial Advertiser. A Dreaiu of a Hundred Years hence. Coxtests. Under the influence of a real Ilabana, the author flies into Dreamland alights in a strange city meets a Ptranger who proves to be a friend leariw that it is the year 1900, and the city Honolulu accompanies the stranger through the town visits his residence is lost in his dream : finds himself on a railway visits the city of Ileliopolls i (Eva) description of it unfortunately wakes up before the narrative is concluded. - Tired and perplexed with the labors of a dull, mo notonous life, I went home before the usual hur of -dinner, and lighting a choice Havana from a box which I had just opened, I stretched myself on an easy lounge on my back verandah, and soon, partly perhaps, under the influence of the narcotic, was launche...

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 October 1856

COX&I&X2B.CX.A.&. THURSDAY, OCT. SO, 1858. Trade has been very quiet daring the past week, with no very Important transactions beyond supplies made to the whale ships In port. We note' the arrival daring the week of the Yankee, Flying Dart and 'John Gilpin, all from Sun Francisco, bringing some four hundred' ton3 of merchandise and shingles. The Yan - kee and Flying Dart return soon to San Francisco, the latter via Kauai, where she will tike in a cargo of oranges and sweet potatoes. The John Gilpin will take in a cargo cf oil for the U. S. The firm of Allen & Co. have been obliged to suspend and have gone into bankruptcy. During the past twelve months they have lest three vessels, two engaged in the lumber trade, and one in the whaling bu2iuess, making a total loss of about $30,000. Their liabilities are stated to be about $50,000, assets will realize 8 to 12 per cent. J. F. B. 3Iarshall and Thos. Brown, commissioners The sale of their stock in trade takes place to- ...

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 October 1856

Ma. Eriroa : A. Fornander, lat 7!litor of i ha Sandwich Islands Monthly Magazine, addresses the public through the columns of the Advertiser of the 16th, in very strong language against the Rev. J. S. Green. It would be easy to write a long article in reply to Mr. Fornander, but I shall at present confine my remarks to the following : Not content to revile a Magazine that united on its puges somo f the beat writers on the islands, and under whose well inhicie 1 lash In several articles the reverend gentleman of Makavrao winced not a little, yet with commendable manhood kept his peace until the Magazine was stopped, when this missionary chanticleer steps over to a foreign barnyard to crow his ill favored notes ; not content with such post mortem exultation, this would-be Daniel in criticism condemns the Magazine up-a -hid own unsupported assumption of facta. Air. Green a lashms : Air. Grcen winced ; hence I infer that it was a savage at tack and, so far as appears, an unprovoked atta...

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 October 1856

THE PAOiriO Commercial " Advertiser. Temporal BIciinjs Wish for them cautiously, , ' Ask for them submissively, - . Want them contentedly, Obtain them honestly. Accept them humbly, Manage thorn prudently, -Employ them laTrfully, Impart them liberally, Esteem them moderately, Increase them virtuously, Use them subserviently, -Forego them easily, . . Resign them willingly. California Fisheries. Capt. C. J. W. Russel fur nishes to the San Francisco Bulletin an article on the fisheries of California, which will be read with some interest : No longer ago than 1316, sperm oil was worth only 95 cents per gallon, and right whale but 25 and 40 cents, while whalebone brought but 30 and 32 cents per lb. Now, sperm oil i3 worth from $1 50 to $1 75 per gallon, and but little to be obtained for burn ing at that, most of it being bought for machinery and the remainder being used in light-houses. I will venture to say that not one man in five hundred who buys sperm oil in various towns "and cities ...

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. — 30 October 1856

UTISCELLAXJEOUS. SGMETIIINO NEW. AT THE HONOLULU DAGUERREAN GALLERY. IMPROVED AMBROTTPES ! Photographic Pictures on Glass and Paper ! THE UNDERSIGNEI, having recently returned from a visit to San Francisco, takes pleasure in informing the public that he has introduced and is now prepared to exe cute those splendid and permanent pictures on glass, well known as the UIPROTED AMBItOTYPES, And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the most celebrated makers, together with a well constructed sky light, he is enabled to take Ambrotypes, Stereoscopes, Daguer reotypes and all kinds of Photographic Pictures, in a superior manner and in any weather. PHOTOGRAPHS ON PAPER, of persons, views of residences, ships, parts of the city, &c, which may be sent to absent friends by letter, taken by the dozen or half dozen. Also, on hand, a great variety of cases and frames, of the latest styles. Daguerreotype Instruments and Stock for sale, and instruc tions in the art given to persons desi...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 30 October 1856

it. Q "H It. il i (r II !!' ft Cf ; -J f Tl rTnn,. I 31ISCEI.I.ANEOUS. f - . t ii n i. . T"G Uppjoht Clerk. Fifty years ago there was a fiour'h'n store at Groton, Massachusetts, kept by James Brazer. Mr. Brazer did a large business with all the country round, for his stock avos composed of evervihing one cculd want ; cotton and woolen goods, li udVarc, wooderrware, silks, threads, crockery , kegs of tobacco, and great quantities of rum and branuy ; giving plenty of ernplovnient to five clerk?. In MtvBrazcr's store in those days there was a custom which is generally done away with now a custom cf drinking at 11 o'clock. Every forenoon drink was mixed up, runde of rum raisxn?, su-ar, ana nanad aruuaa all partook or r.w! thoir lir3 J I t l.f (,nft (li 1113 He mad.? a resolution not to takes any for said, rt kofceJ very odd. Ilia compan- and nutmeg, with biscuit, i.itof v!.ttV nnd their ciistoniers ; lUOL,i - A - . "- ana rii.u.-u 4, - . . . oftli . . J U .no fit CiCI liO nnn TVinrc! mo...

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. — 6 November 1856

PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY? HENRY 31. WHITNEY, j HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER C; 1856. CSIX DOLURS- PER-iXNUM. i VOLUME 1. NUMBER 10. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, Tor the P. C. Advertiser. Ur-Bonc Dayi. Every heart has known the pleasure, Wakening chords of long lov'd lays ; Tinged and toned with tender sadness, ' Sucred thoughts of by-gone days. . Oh !.what feelings steal upon ui "When we try again to gaze, 'A.9 mem'ry "paints in softened colors . Lights and shades of by-gone days. . , Through the scenes of youth enchanted ' Melting fancy wanton strays, Repeating life's fantastic drama, Every act of by-gone days. Forms of dear ones lov'd and loving . Mem'ry's magic wand can raise ; Ilopes and fears the heart once cherished, "Woes and bliss of by-gone days. Sad or happy, high or lowly, Lov'd or lovely be its ways, Every heart delights to linger Round the charm of by-gone days. Honolulu, 1856." " : J. II. VARIETY. The roots of a. tree arc hidden so are tho sources of evil. A t...

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. — 6 November 1856

I mi-- IH I IH- "qaMnmMMi i ... .... i ; . CORZBSSHCZAXi. THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1850. The arrival of sixteen or eighteen whalehip since our last Issue haa imparted a lively aspect to our harbor and town. bare now la port about forty vessels, all told, with five or six new arrivals each day. In our memoranda will be found the latest reports from about 120 whalers yet to arrive. When it is that each vessel coming in with 1,000 barrels cf oil pays off to her officers and crew some $3,000, a large portion cf ... . v t,a tracaol aail ff.1in. it VT1U Dc waicn is Epeni on eaure ucwic .- . -D eea what an impetus must be given to all kinds of trade here. The later arrivals from the North, as usual in farmer years, im proves the general average of the fleet, and we judge that the Season's average will be fully up to our highest figure mentioned a few weeks since, viz :-900 bbls to each vessel. If th:s citi mate be true, the sason will be a profitable one to the fleet. A new feature has arisen In ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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