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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 August 1859

Commercial Advertiser. , i Arlem Tract Sccletr. Tha .Uanae-wr -r v. r . o! ' . . 7i3,,! 7 wedoesday last They rode rungb-hod orer a faction minority," and aquelch- v . ' - . m wy worn upon -.uscry. or tha duties of tha Tract Society supposed i gtvw oat of tht institution.- The td th-m . ow and over agin. by a large and dvciait ,.. v""vr- .-Lucy laoiM their resolution, stopped tiMt.r months and tamed their attempted arguments I .10 1 be broadest practical Jokes. Thw campaign was brief and brilliant : but we - tas commanding generals not to attempt its repartition. Another sue a victory would seal their "'" Kr7 iew causes are pure enongh to bear the responsibility of such a style of warfare. We objected to the Proxy bill, while it was pending in the lost Legislature, because it was an evident' attempt to NMiUK political intrigue for open and fair didcus au in the affairs of the Tract Society. We object to the style of proceeding on Wednesday because it adapts ttie worst features of Ta...

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. — 11 August 1859

UIL "T-"-" ; TQE PACL C - ( r JERCIA ADVERTISER. I La Every Tfcwlr MarJff. at Six ,r A ----. a.yska la 14riKr. I hrvarJed to foreign eountrirt win be $7 per annum, 'Zb AnKrirtn postage and Ua expense of rbrward- im stf puoucau.. papers ior a merican kan- American tmtaR Btunnc nr. rk. VaKWr. 1 n rwf . m H-I., .o I- t " v. ira subserihers, who prefer it, can hare thmr ..MMT- . ... II l: : i ... 1 j-i thniuzn iw ! w, ana will ne ra. - yon" . . . . , f .l - n . - ' f ibana pwu uic xi anui an fuel t Uiitioo tn to i"""' ' K. ' - DTEKTTH5-M Will (THfi-H IB'KTPHDTS WILL BE CHIRGKTJ. idti'enw C insertion) per line 10 ctm. js0 fac sbeqiie-t do. .... 6ct. nodding lines.; per annum $5 00t ,&cddit!onal line.) - 50 ett. rr Payable always ln adranae, jr j , exceeding 10 lines space,) first inserUoo.fl 00 "- V mhaeuovDt insertion fin m . .jtprTiskKS will be charged at the following rates, -.raMe t the end of each quarter : (.r) lines.) per quarter 5 00 r,Th rf scutamil, per qmtrter ..$12 0u eol...

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. — 11 August 1859

" exi oorrzsnoziiz.. . . . - - TBUMSDAT. AUGUST 11, UN. x (M le eQecrve tew Quhi will efcanm In wain. qsUsw, Ma a treatar Chang la this respeot then tweiga !. jaw. , AtfatssceeiwefaseHew Yet Herald, of Jane 20, W her la tow sosae days, and being the only aopy with 1 fr Mad to head as aarefafly a.frapdrq peeaasl act. Bwt II eoold wot be booght for Vve or money, -Te ttes He weight In cUa" ia nothing, though la tin Fran- W ease paper woold not mow be picked up In the street. waatll hence, mad the saw may be said of it here. So It ia ia trad thw ecardrw of an article la what aaes Ita value. wanca at cigars, which IMa) Sells fur a quarter asay, by-and-bye. If the -aoppr la abort, bring twice that ma. Aa article, a real estate, tor Instance, may change hand at a high flrare, wot thai price la aa criterion of ha actual value. Every article hoa Ira real value, and Uw pum article may hare at another tirae u fcUtieoa value, which, howeskr, moxt give way in time and rHara tit ha real ralne aga...

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. — 11 August 1859

M.inri. Previous advtoea b-r m Bt,0rt9enteJ the Aastriana i in fall retrevt r . nf . .. rmhanlr. ana from the u. -Tt battle t M agenta it appears that 0 Tassel oo wun uir.r " " &m tht river, drorthe enemy across rh0 .eitv about twelve miles distance In the magnitude ' f '.in. ---aecd. in the heavy loes on both if1, .he Jestroction of general officers and i5'1 ...nk this battle was one of the great- rf''.'" .;mi. There were engaged in the ti aB ,han ClW.OOO men ; from a hun- i led ai'l thirtjthoosand or the Allies; JJkWv' .lrl end fifty to a hundred and f w9 . On thaaiJeothe Alllo nl ii'rians- t Y?v... the French G I were killed and wound- . ronh General Ed ni nana. mht f . I'TIZ a i a i ; -a a Iffa!""'. i n..r twelve thousand were kille.1 . 1 even thousand taken prisoners. '"""wuni admit that they bad four Gener ic r -,;. wounded. . The French ran. Ldi' ami two standards) from ik i . einuu - " T .k. 4a-triins took one canno cannon from the part in the action. rtfl by tD Ku,K o a...

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. — 11 August 1859

CGiirrorcial Advertiser. , - ; T their RlRht Naves. T. belief is, u we hiva lately sail, that t wrm In the elective firanchkw, and even Uotaiaeat European war, prases few points of in. vt 4t."'u. whaterer its action may be in a finan cial liew. It is snch as this country is an.4 will be wj liable to in consequence of the concentration of tarsal abroad, :U11t in England. Writers may tak as they r j aboat the tolly of playing a sort of colonial part in the world's money market. 17o anal! however be obliged to do it for many a year to come ; and if we were as wealthy as we shall be" at ansae fatnre day, some people weakly boast that we are now. yet I ) in the nut a re of money to fluc tuate under the Mnare of event, and had we as nock f it m England has, its currents would be war to run sometimes to one shore, sometimes to the atker. jwst as the waves of the Atlantic now rolL fiat a traee to the war, and to reforms abroad. Tiere are reforms that really concern ourselves most intimately...

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. — 18 August 1859

UIL XI3E PACIFIC -EBCIAL ADVERTISER.. t . -r TbarWar SfralM ix r An-usa. Barahe I- .jar r" - ' mnW to foreign countries win be $ T per annum, .(t7! l,riCui posUM" and tbe expense of forward-i-fieeofpuMkartino. AD papers (or American b AinerieaB portage stamps oo them, art 11 Int my American postage being collected on U Prii ulMcriher, who prefer It, can have their tkraueh the Hawaiian mails, and will be re- t ibaod ptage of $1 04 at the Hawaiian Post iv fTrStabo.. chart of 7. I "ll .jmtiona"" im" t hub... -at , i. ahmoml do. . - ... 10 eta. 6 eta. f ii for exceeding 8 hoes.) per annum $5 00. VKaa-Mitiocial Hne.) " Met. JL payaMe always U aflranoe. CE h.MMiinz 10 lineaapaceJ &nt lnaertion.tl 00 . jalTfc10M IU TWu .... oy eta. . m will be ehanred at the tollowiojr r&tra I f.wZO lines.) per qnarter $5 00 'oiiuna.per quarter $37 50 jtwniercial AdvertiserT rrrl2 Sausasary. I L r-jterr Xtoleoo III. having been born on iDfil. h is compiet b 61st year. I JI be UiJ with due form on t...

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. — 18 August 1859

if. 11V' 1 1 'an ion .3: THVMSDAT, AVOVST IS, 1849. .-. :.-. ' " Tit arrival of ta FXr. earry oa Tuesday sanrnior. after a iiwap, at4 a fawH(4oC savior free all parts, the ws week bcter tLaa aHbre. The nvkH advices are llavoraMr, as iBI be wen by dekar. - - 1mm or qnotaUcos : Isapurlaat arvs la titt less of Lb ahia Fleetwood 1 W law axC a tan account af which will he tsinJ iaaaotiMrcaaam. A small part of her cargo was fur Taliii, bottbeUUkofitfarlhUpcct. It bswe4to be weUioaar aJ,ASjl aUicaahat afaar otcrchaauia bMureia folldteirship- - Seataa t tai part. Her cargo a she left Beaton. iU be wxikl WW, aad coca prised, aa will be tern, a larj Tarltsy af asTrcheadiae. By SvIot receive fcy the arret ef the JVsrsrawa, Ara Ca;W, aoJcrsdna Out Uat rwl will ikrfeharre the BWk, A.lferIupaaUkecars at that pert. TVe absence of this larfo aca thai cf the Fieri wood aaiy create a feftciency to the expected for the fall seam, bat any scarcity can easily rams ,r. J by Importing from 8aa Jnmcwo. rce...

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. — 18 August 1859

T.f itta&7d Eric&box ; 7- Austrian r7 "W nwij ineentiM propelling ,B" i;J srmT were engmgea ia toe eonnict. proved a si Tw ". ).' fire leaeues. fctf from 4 o'clock In the morning till "took a large number of prisoners, flags ,wi men were engaged in the battle. I x.rxch wys that the battle was still i911 w details of the engagement had been hT the Government. W00 Vinonts from the seat of war state that Vi-.oi acL - t: ooa v iStna entire French force had passed ((jjt they hid made a reconnoisance je'y. . tn,i that the Piedemontese army were k" took place at aoircnno, a small town on i'JX, few miles from Goilo. The Ans- initiative in the fight before all the 1 . w.i arrived A dispatch from the Em- to the Empress says that the Aos ew and the French took 7.000 prison. W iLrians lost 33,000 men. 16 flas. and .rrllerv. Private letters from tho seat f -.that the rT-btnalto to resame the offensive. Iiu- r- m escalation at Paris that the French lost JiZel b1 wooniieo. iier acoonnis sa...

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. — 18 August 1859

r . .. " -' - 3 i '. M I Of 1 4 i V- V 4 ! t i V ' THE CIVIL CODE or THE ISLANDS. i enacted by the King, the Nobles, and the Representatives of the 11 lavcanan Islands in Le gislative Council assembled: ' ' 'TITtE Ir-OF laws. CTJAPTE3. V Of Ike Promulgation of ih Late. Sec 17 Xo written law shall be obligatory without , balaj Brat printed and marie public. -'Seo. 2. All law enacted by tbe Legislature power of tbe kingdom, shall be deposited and preserved in the office of the Minister of the Interior, who shall promulgate Mm raise by puHicarloa In each newspaper or news papers, printed at the Semt of Government, a he mar deem proper. See. 8. It shall be the duty of the Minuter of the Interior to furnish a copy of tbe Laws, immediately after their publication, to each of the Executive Min isters, Oolemma, Judges and District Attorney. Sea. 4. AH Laws, unless otherwise specially pro vided, shall take effect on the Island of Oaha ten days after the promulgation of the same, and on each ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 August 1859

THE PACIFIC - f 0?j jlERCIAt ADVERTISER. pilars r' -.. , ' - (varied to f.reiimc.mntrW will b $7 per unum, 0 rV" American postage and the expanse of f.wwani. jto, the etfcof publication. AH paper, for American t t. wtu nae anr-rii.il wrj-utst- jump oa tnem. Lfitf : .- ., . - . . ? wi3 i-re'eot maJ ' - i-o.;o- Ting c-Hiecuii ,n ' 'JiTtrv- F-r-tn "b",,rr- P"-f-T it, ran have tlieir ' rwir'ed inr ni ... .- nn.i will i- r ir" 'r . ..... n..,..l nm i.f 11 01 :tt ih ll. .; .... . ... r t r.i ft. i Tr- . ' . . i- llaiiion ulti'' eh.ro- of $ . .t : K ADVEaTi-Atas.rrs wili. rR ,,eD i . . .i -.. ...enrs '.irst iiiAerti, tol lo... in.-. frsK-h sub r e t d.. ....Sets. Vl -rh i iiti n! line.) . 7 Payable always i.i advanoe. t ! (a exce-IIur 10 line space,) first iu?rtion.t.1 00 " Each uW..T!l insertion '.. . . .50 e;. , j larB-n-iiRS will be charged at the ..!. wring rt? l' payable t ile end "t each quarter ; - eire. j JU li"0 Pr 1:r ?5 00 .'.. ctiainn- it Quarter.... i ha r ft a' if column, pr ...

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 August 1859

j r. Hi r fj -, 1 r V. i, I ' 1 1 ; -. ; i l I 1 H i i I 11 1 1 J I s 1 J j I J ... i ". TBUKSDAT. AUGUST 85, 1869. - A saw weeks ao w DoUcnl the bet that the blight, which tfmofcre has trouUrd only the coOee plantations, -has com- Ake the moi trm, and now threatens rriotttly to carUii. if not 4rstror, the produce or this fruit io Koaa, UawaiL We were beginning to rely with some cocfl - ue 00 new and nupurlaut branch of oar export tde, which bow, aaleas sucac rrae-ly eaa be buQai, we nipT! fa the bad, befrreH has fairly begun. For wral year past, the foreigners of that district hare been pUatia- rearing orange trees wUh great care and outlay of sooey, waiting ia hope and patience for their reward at some futorc day. We do not know the exact number of trees, but, iDdudiitg all size, probabiy not less Uiaa 20,000 are growing to ta district. These, with the Dew trees being coustantly planted, . promised a Urge and profitable export trade. t saaKer of importance that some remedy should ...

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 August 1859

u .nAfuleaee. dated 21st Jane, in tb I furt of Austria nJ otIr or "oath .j The district " ne nH . I?:: hAnws in the Ust Ihree months. Br tJ I0' -1 r resent, breeders moat have real. Etc sew Uioos of frnc fr" qjntitiesof salted meat hare also lately I l9ht r the Germtn armies. The lUmbarg l"0f. ho have undertaken to provide the 3fjvll fortresses, been 80 nach pressed AmniU that they hae been obliged to order 3 utiM of ed meal fr00" tn United States ,s .: itts instant The total strength of the Prussian iiTft 000 men. This is without the second W..uL i.ndehr. which is only called out in ex- inJ numbers 173,000, raising the entire r-Trce of Prussia to 675,000 men. the six A;' j. clsced on the war establishment, con- y" infantry and 86,000 cavalry, with 792 j nnon and a baggage train of 3,942 inuin balletin states that at the conflict be- I , trocw or tne rope iou me people at reru- 7. ppal States, the Swiss soldiers attacked P- on the 'JOth, trampling down and killing nJ other inotfensi...

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 August 1859

9 -! "1. - ' THE CIVIL CODE or the : - nAYAUAy ISLANDS. Ai' IV. Of Internal ImprottmtnU. Sets, 167.' The llinistpr of the Interior shall be, and Leieby, cbargeU with the supetiuteudeuce and rmnarm.i.t w the internal improvements of the kinrdom ; and be may. with the approval uf the Kin? in Privy Council, appoint an officer, to le styled the Superintendent of Public Works, toaaeUAlum. in lbs discharge of this brunch of his "Amies. " HIGHWAYS AND BRIDCE?. Sec ICS. The Minister of the Interior shall appoint road supervisor for etch f ixation district of the k ultimo : provided always, that the fame Knon may be ap pointed rood supervisor tr more than one district, whenever. in ths epimV of aai4 minister, tbe public good will be promoted by curb appointment., See. 163. Tbe road supervisors shall, within their respective district, have the direction of the public labor on roads, bridgea, and all public highway, and disburse all road tax, and moneys appropriated by the Legislature fur read...

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. — 1 September 1859

Uiu THE PACIFIC CBCIAI. ADVERTISER. . rrr Tfc-rWr M.r-i-g. .( Mi J !I7e VT Aaaas). ay-- m. ,,1 10 torn countries w 01 be $ 7 per nmm, JeWrn pt and ' P? -forward- , ? " n hare American postAxe Mam pa on them, 'or., aut AsJerieaa postal- beicff collected on 7!tinwN-crihT-. who prefer it, can bare their 1-. j Andtk the Hawaiian mails, arxl will be Sard P H at the Hawaiian Port U Z. t the chanrc of 7- zJv-m tar WILJ- CHirjKD. .T WSJ . , a . ,.;- in ... ti - .4rmenu - y - ' l" ,. .. . Ha 4 6 eta. . rr, ejeredmr 8 lines.) per annum $5 (XX l'.?Jfc iUUwal nne.) " Wcta. mva in advance. T .-.L-Jin 10 lines spacej first iuserUoo.tl 00 -hortJt insertion 50 et. T if-Tb a cnrd Wlowin rates. I!1 -f:kN st the end of each quarter ; 3 line.) Pr qaarter $500 Jr'. per column 00 toimercial Advertiser. Aen GoIarJ, of aeronautic repte, were in "l"1" .v Tn aa hallnrmiotL Th.;. kn.: L 4 riD!ore the eoemj's positions. . vfr fro that easel froing lo JIcc, with 2t Masaalman pilifTims, V .Mf JedJhu All on hnnnl...

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. — 1 September 1859

0 V; j 4 i 1 i i y " ! i t ; conrEiiciii: ."r THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER I, 1S49. . Ifcjca tfc farture of U last aiail Dadrt fcr th Ft ii 31st) the t 'rtnf have been the principal fcerign arrivals at ship MoooIIsht, Brack, 21 dajl bra Pugrt Hound, -iui vxKu nunwr war voids. saiiM ww amy. - - Am dipper ship Vulture, Gill, of New York, 651 ton, 2 days (mm Panama, in ballast en route for Singapore. Sailed same day. J-"l Josepaioe, Stone. IS days from Baker's Island, - with ntm lo agent American Guam Company. 15 Bmn. bark reltr, Wintzer, 15da.r fm San Francico, wa cargo to H- Hackfckt 4c Co. ' 19 am Me Frances Pahaer, Paly, 11 ds fm San Francisco, wua bum t waterman Co. - . I Brer, bfc C. Meicbera, Seau, 123 ds ha Bremen, with asstd sadse to Melcbers feCo. 21 Am ah hk Fnmktra gd, IkwUoJ,cS X. B, 22 moa ovt, 700 bbto tp. J9 days from Margarita Bay. 2t (At Lahaina) Am wa h Tabmaroo, Rototnsno, of Fair . haven, from Kodiack, 1 jO wb srason. I Hanoverian bark Tenlen. Ccopermann. from Bremen. 37 An...

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. — 1 September 1859

. Ths a! vices from Manches- ihnfectaring district. continue-l to be Cehrcter prerioas to the unoam. lc'asion of peace, the fffect of which 'ofputfpfr tt Manchester when oar dispatch ? 13. It rumored at Berlin that p& fOngji would wi ll arriYe at that ca--f.it . family conference respecting the ie rt -a of Prussia after the abdication 'Lrtce Hiswid, will determine whether 'jceRnt or his son take the crown. Xnrin states that an unsuccessful 'iWln!at!on:2 rl was made among the i" fn, Milan states that the massacre at 'jf;aFt? .reatfd intense excitement in that citr, Jof J1? the Pope Cardinal Antonelli j?-. the Utter of whom commanded the i''t he massacre, were burned in effigy Pfffgi that 3000 Sardinian soldiers hare j'jBoIogn to protect that city from ijur jrtpfrt the provisional GoternnWf lilio. former Prime Minister oYtr ZL Bologna. r -r Kin? raple, upon the receipt of 5 rfthebattivy cairenno, ana tne victory of t not d"11?" IO camp or tne A. lied i2 -rarol.it the Emperor Napol...

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. — 1 September 1859

it ; 3 1 ' 'i : ;. :- I. .i I r l : si i 1. i, i .il f1 H w i. ; - - THE CIVIL CODE - K - Or,THE . nA17AIIAI ISLANDS. ' - Continued. 3 JOf THE FIRE DEPARTMENT OF HONOLULU See. 821. There shall be a fire department for the cut or Honoiula. which shall consist or a chief en . vriiKcr, Iwm ilsrtnl enarineers. four fin warden, and aa many ftrrD as may be approved by the representatives of the de ;partment, chosen according to its by-laws. Alt members of the ftr department (hall, during the term of their service aa such, M exempt front ail personal tax-. ' Sec 332. The Chief Engineer and the two Assist ant Engineers, shall be elected annually, on the first Monday of Jane, by the certificate members of the Ore depart- See. 233. The four fire wardens shall be elected annually by the representatives of the department. Sec 834. The elections provided fur in the two last " preceding sections, shall be conducted in such man ner as the by-lavs of the department shall prescribe. .. See. 835. The...

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. — 8 September 1859

9 r' - ' TOE PACIFIC. 'wvBBCIAl ADYERTISEIt, r cw' . rverr TbaMar Maralm. at Six fwW".,., Aaauaa. nnyahle In Uraaer, . i rtt w- a.. !Ulnrio0 -lge and the expense of forward- r L!o''l'hlio,li.' ail paper. oe American Will AOKTHiri-wti --jnB P"" . .. l-an rvnat.ee Mnir eolla.. , fam r"cr''er, whi prefer it, can have their tl 't'rtr' M thmoich the Hawaiian mail, and will be r W- ,rr?,y- u!wl p "f 1 M at the Uawaiiaa fost riic. h""' ir, n pvEBTIEMKST4 WILL B C1MBACD. .TT. I jo"-"- feaarh on en-en nu. . . . . a eta t i ace-d:n lines.) per annum S5 00 t.ch-.ili'n, lioe.) 44 50 cu. ttr-liui lOiinespacejarat iuserUon.$l 00 M"' Vh suea.wn iTsertim 60 et. i3r-rn-c- wGl be charged at the following rates, r Jf"-1 paTbie at the end of each quarter . ..-rre. C J Zr.ea.) pr qa mer t5 00 BOuinn.per qiaiw .....$12 00 a column, per column $20 00 ...37 50 "Commercial Advertiser. "nrlrty. , ate he steals within yoor walla, ' " .u. iiiiM Mnr hrr w she enwk: f h-rt she winal. - - ' B the rrnom there hl d...

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. — 8 September 1859

TKVsXSDAT. MZFTKKSEX , MM. t arrival th clipper shf? Sylvia, on Saturday teat, lao- s In receipt at Bon Francisco papers to the 20th. Three laser laatero and European new ia received by ber, and , tbc news of peace in Europe fully confirmed. The Sfltria ia chartered to load a and bone, and comes consigned to A. J.. " Cartwrtjrht, Ran.. . . The clipper ship E. F. WUUtt, which loaded oil at this port Us bO. arrived at Lahaina on the 2d, consigned to 8. Hoff ae7er. Esq , and will toad oil and bone at that port. Her ad vertiiif aMM will he fcrmd in aaotber column. The wliahvUp Caaeaf. Capt. Ludlow, arrived jesterday trots IVp Kod"ck and Bristol Bar, with only 240 barrels, taken thie scaaoo. Cap. L. brings rather a disheartening report from - that quarter. It eeema that very little oil had been token hardly enoa;h by all the vessels to Ail one ship. Most of the Zodiac ftect had gone to the Arctic, where there was a Urge crowd of vewaela, bat ram thru we shall not bear definitely lor soma...

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. — 8 September 1859

thin f ir0tt um n , nrt ---r Mr- If. Br ItTiOth of Mat. She struck an 'April, in lit, 60 8.. long. 149 jf -r t the rate of twelve knots an Ik.' n,nn.' from the top op. and fore- VTJ " ... :je. carrying with them the .! head. The caf laiu, chief officer. Vtbe crew, took to the boats, the tUtw'Bj: t( ,eTe th' "h?p- Tbe bot 0&L!;ii mate. ! men " hoard, was 1 ie nJ " hn ,s Priahd- The ber course in the most dilapidated jM'" ifl thirty-nine days after tbe sad oc- .nch-'W-1 wfr'jr the Biy of Valpa wi m bord forty passengers, a gener- isf1 - rSS7oTIIE HONORARY MEM btrS OF MECHANIC ENGINE CO. NO. 2! Gijt In ccrdnce with Tot Psed Jii MertW of the above Company, it u re- wboCTil00 Honorary Members eeaae from y41 this opportunity of thanking- tbe late rCl',L. C their past liberality, and hope someo up; . 0 90? K mill 1 1 wns uuw maws a,, it nam ; C1 Perorder. j. smithies, Secretary M. E. Co. No. 2. MF.CH AMC EXCIXE CO. Xs. S X ..re ViTTICE Hereafter, the Notices for 'Li. i '" V pii, and Me...

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