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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 8 September 1859

; :j THE CTVTL CODE : ;. . . or the . HAvyAIIAM ISLANDS. Continued. Abt. XV. ' Sec 616. There shall be levied, collected and uaid ' vpon all goods, wares, merchandise and produce, im ports into ins amfcaam. a doty or are per cent, ad valorem. (rtiui wines and Spirituous liquors, and excepting suirars. vs. sad syrup of sugars, sod coffee, tbe produce of any " country, with which this Government hu no existing treatj. wiuca shall oa subject to the following rates of duty. vis. ' Distilled spirits, wiaea ot sll descriptions, ale, porter, beer. Oder, and all outer fermented liquors, cordials, and liqueurs, ex . wdmf tftr-Bve mr cent, of slcohoL ten dollars per gallon : BranJy, ram, gin. whisky, arrack, sod all other distilled spirits, not exceeding fifty-lire per cent, of alcohol, fire dollars per ration : Wines, cordials, and liqueurs of all descriptions other than efauret, containing laore thsn eighteen snd n more than twen ty-seven per cent, of alcohol, ooe dollar per gallon : Claret...

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 September 1859

uiu a' XflE PACIFIC . ' --EBCIAI. ADVERTISER. . -.rr Wadaeaday Ssatsaraay Maraiag. , ' a I S Stt tan fcreim cwmrwwm ir uoam. Taericau ptage nd the alaaeof forward- ju t,ae American pnetare stamps on them, jV ny American postage bring cilectn1 on ri J VT, Iwinhm, who prrfrr It, cmn have their kV'.Z'ihmoril the Hawaiian mails, aad will be re- parage of $1 M at the Hawaiian Post T r -. ,k, bnre charge of f7. ILL II CRIKCSD. first insertion) per lioe....lO cts. each ah-l"ent d do. - .... Sets. ofr annum 5 no I. mm r-v w - - . . . V(tu iJitiool line,; - Wets. r . . .. In atAvvtv-is "T K gating 10 lines spaeeOfiminsmiou.l 00 "" Lett ia!ciamt "n 60 CU. !rri "ill be charged at the following ratea. V-' Lrtt at the en.! of each quarter s wai"1"" .......... c m sff.i-, column, per quarter $12 00 iJ-a. ner quarter $37 50 gaiercial Advertiser. Dataairar Pawtry. !L,e woe first acquaint, H-agy ,ohn f v .... tkaM fain I know there aint. .- Jnhn t sr s b" you're treated me, WsiksW,'y Joe. oiyt.ajr J...

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 September 1859

' 1 --- X V 4 I 'I- i i 5 '4 - : ,1 i i 'i :1 i i r -i i 1 ' 4 -r J-1 t - ... it-v ! lei 1 i : t I I? i t r ! 4 f 3 ' f 1 ' S i 'ii . i h M ii TTEDltESDAT. SEPTEMBER 14, 1850. iC f assr MOMrf considerable Isaportance, aa it oas Uta fetor eiMMKW prosperit of oar Wands. rrted by mm that it ia difficult to procars i to work on ear plantation, aad that aa there Is do BtuspsU of resort setae ajsio,had to the importation of Cool Is Ittoui, ear piamaUoos aad other agricultural Interests cannot i iaereaat to any pal extent. Laborers ia every branch of In 4osry are aa absolute necessity. Hitherto, cor whaling inter s have not sosered from any seareity, and we hare been able bbbsi not only oar ova whaling and coasting fleets, bat also pare aB the seamen called for toe foreign whalers, at the nsuR wages. Ia this branch there has been no' scarcity, aad we are 1 - - - sjalta as confident that there will be none in other branches. Tere are oa this l land alone Urge numbers of able-bodied men --.'...

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 September 1859

I n 4.1 Ti ukiro ui iwiuuur w Z litla in in a ' 'TSl miles P1" iour' bea diacbsjrged from the Vac0" 1 wSW. House,-whose, aggregate salaries Atlnniie, Capt, Bioia, amen cleared at i for the Indian Ocean, baa been aeizi being engaged in the African Slate tr-- f T.fDtiD. A New London paper ears UH.rtst whaling voyage on record was made Jh.ir -Extfe. which arrived at New Lon- V the 10tb Jane, bating been absent aix years, j , ooth and twenty-fiTe days. special SToticts. - a 0 n. la toe twwe ny aauea tes mii aiMfM infnrmaVtinO Whirh I rlras.! m 1 MIJ a 1 IW " w VUH1 -!n to the paMie, i bearing the tame confirmed ZL,fac, handed tt la fcc publication with other matter, : .k, M war- T1 lofonnatioo tu to the following Thza Clla b oer,rre1 S per too to proceed to 'PHntn-t By to d with skeletons of whales, such aa tws. etc of which there are aereral cargoes there, "t tanond op hnoe doit, which contains the fertllixing rteaf roan. ' ln rat demand in tbf United States ffaitl about $400 per ton."...

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 September 1859

rv .1 ! , i .- T ' - ' 1 irta-. - , THE CIVIL CODE DAUAIIA ISLANDS. .Continued See. 623. Whenever ny foreign built vessel shall aa been neCly registered by the Collector-Genera I ' Of Costosns. ha than notifv th Minister of F reim Affairs, and at the MM t w tx-ward to said minister the fonUni register of ' Saarb mwL aw ia rfefanlt thereof, a statement if such interna. . boo a he may pawn, in rt-spect to the disposition which ha oeen aaade ot sucn register. I Pn receiving loreign mu ter, or Information relaiinr thereto. th Minister of Foreign ASsira shall transmit the same to the accredited representa- Uevonesa,if each there te to this kingdom, of the nation to which aoeh vessel frwmerTy belonpe.1, and (ban notify soch - ispu si illative, or consul, ot the new registration of the said - See. 639. Th Collector-General shall preserve in his t'Sce a duplicate of each certificate of registry triitol Kt him, and In ease of the loss, or destruction of any each certificate, he shall furnish...

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. — 17 September 1859

. .J 4 s"--3 - fi t ml ca t 3 a? r "I "1 THE PACIFIC L COMME ItCIAL ADVERTISER. J. " -Madwd Every Wdeaay SUarday pa. Marmlag. . nen forwarded to foreign countries will be $7 per umin, i-r.rs the American po;age and the expense of forward from the office puWlcaUoo. All pa pen for American i'ln porta, wiU have American postage at am pa on them, prevent any American postage being collected od ,k Foreign subscribers, who prefer It, can hare their " iwwarded throurt the Hawaiian mails, and wiU be re rP?J"L,, the ilaand postage of $1 04 at the Hawaiian Pest lr in addition to the above charge of $7. OSlCe, WH!rn ApTXTI3E.VT3 WILL BE CHARGED. .JieDt sdrertistinents (first insertion) per line 10 ets. naa (each subsequent do. " .... 5ct. a tards, exceeding 8 line.) per annum 5 00. ai3 (Each additional line.) .......60 eta. j-y parable always in ad ran oe. jrj . adrta (not exceeding 10 line spacej first inaertion.fi 00 . ,.,t AprTaa will be charged at the following rate. W1 naraMe at the end o...

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. — 17 September 1859

.11 I i i . l it t -flt K f i 'it n l I 1 I I : ! -II SJTUMDJT. SEPTEMBER 17, 1S. -3 :- i Tuata venter areata week huterrwl to render trade Xka anriTahi an departures of coaster bar Canted faring ttavareek. The schooner Kammi " Tauraliy with a fan cargo of wheat, and the Marg ftaMi i saj aith Bw Mock. aaly foreir ur!nl ka Wm thai nT thr riatt-u, XKt ifcjra firm angiand. A portion only of her cargo b for this I". balance being dVatlneu for Vancouver's Island. She -i i riM'wii I hi the Agent of the Ilndaoa's Bay Company. - It wtalol; is a good indication that the whaler are remaia- ng oat later this sraaoo than they did last August and Sep tesaber bare, daring the past two or three yean, proved to be the beat ataiin io the Arctic and OchoUk. We give below a i casaparisoa of arrivals oT whalen from the North, np to this l ti (Sept. 17. far the past four years, giving the arrivals at all j he porta of these islands, not including the sperm whaler J FmAJin - ' - Average catch of Tessels ...

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. — 17 September 1859

saoe we recip to ear Jx tThm of l unmoBlao In an lyis. " J-h- to be taken, a ea-pwmi fi'FTrepeateJ -errl time., ain tl ? ! if tte Pio not relieved at , m:nnv , .rfC"" . had been subjected V. de " ;fc - week, and her m fcr more than a week. a. when s r the solution of sal ammoniac in PM of . fc-w;thin a couple of min- L recipe will cur. all atl-ckaof "fV !tion which we cannot answer ; VJ ' are wen assnred. Alta Col. Sloticfs. ..TirK The Member of Hawaiian I j J. y in Hooolula, are notified to meet at U' gjahsmaaa Sunday afternoon, at 3 ..,vi;n the funeral of oar deceased fr"" Vrtfl pout. - Mffiwiinf are respectfully invited. I tta"-' A FORNANDER, - JS59. (lwvuj secretary. HONOR ART MEM raS W to accordance with a vote passed at a jtccong of the aoove vHuimuy, u waa re- ef Honorary Members cease from , MS.? this opportunity or manning roe late y". fc, their past liberality, and hope some of (n Per orJer, J. SMITHIES, ' Secretary M- E. Co. No. 2. ' i NOTICE Hereafter, the Notices for jr...

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. — 17 September 1859

,i I A- i 1 THE CIVIL CODE ; . . - ; OF THE HAWAII A IV ISLA1)H. -."' Continued. ' - General Provisions, OF THE PARENTAL AND FILIAL DUTIES. Sec. 757. It shall be the dutj of all children with Uk tb years of Ieg-U majority, to obey all the lawful and moral command of their parents, respecting first a most obligatory, thnaa of the father, and next those of the mot her. and , V adopted as by Jaw allowed, the lawful and moral commands of the parent bv a.lop ion, and In default of natural or adopted parent, the lawful and mora! commands of the guardians ap - pointed according to law. And in cane of continued, willful and otminace disobedience, on the part of a child, it shall he lawful foe any police or district jantice, upon complaint being made by any parent or guardian, to cause the said chill to be arrested " and bronght before htm. And should it appear to the said jus tice that such child is guilty of continued, willful and obstinate disobedience, he shaU sentence the said child to ...

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. — 17 September 1859

II I i f I ill irk . I" I" III 4 v IVPt I M i.iriiiniinniii mi nil iv" r 'u-i u - . iv- ill i hi mi II iii i i 111 mi ii w i r in fi hi t . ,wrfi mw . : .......... M Pam I f M TZXS FAOIFXO Commercial Aflvertiser Sailiag Air ae ro. iiMish the followinsr interesting count, by Professor Wise, of his recent bal loon voyage from St. Louis to Northern York, in company with Messrs. La Mountain, Gager and Hyde : The ascent was smooth and graceful, and was preceded by Mr. Brooks, of St. Louis, with his balloon Comet, who acted as an escort to our expedition, and as a compliment to his aeronautic friends. A little before sun set we saw Mr. Brooks descend on a prairie farm, and nearly the same time we saw the noble city of St. Louis and the great father of waters fleeting away in the golden vista of the western horizon. Mr. La Mountain hav ing been unwell for several days past, de volved upon me extraordinary labor at the inflation during the day, which made me feel the want of repose. I asked...

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. — 17 September 1859

lerhrthr there U probable cause to believe thai a far 25jpoatheTidemddoeii,eooTict the accused of theof ri which he B-W Justice .ball redo to ZrZtt the -ubstance of the evidence adduced, with the names 7!wViuiee. and if to his opinion the testimony do notwar! "Zvmmitnxal for trial, he shall release the prisoner, not in 2 Sopon hi. docket ; buflf fa. hi. opinion there I. rT believe that con vietioo would take "L he than make out. and deliver u a constable a mittimus, fB . K in the followinz form : BJ be in the Mlowing form : T, , or any other constable of the district of , iaUoj rfl7TrT'"n w m ""traction, there is reason to believe JT wto1V"U? informal 2t , (or otherwiae as the ease maybe) would be eoa- un the indictment tor the said offense. T r vai".--. ,uic aaui . to the shallhnM . J. r1300 noidins nn,t v , by iu own umitarfL J'i"r8' without riKht! dy. the person rr.riri, b to quit of at I.-,., ..- PM."'? the Possession of eor a writ, m the'forn7oae Tfor an iV7 ,r dl8trict jus'" "...

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 September 1859

Every Mr.i.3. - , . .. I tofcreiftneooiirfeawmbefTperannnii 'TTlajrxican pctae and the expense of furward ,r publication.' AUpapersfor American wffi bTe American poitMc stamps ou (hen, r"1. ay Aoerina postal being collected on Tri ITj2t subscribers, who prefer is,cau hare their Z"', V.hroo-h the Hawaiian mail, and will be re .wind postage of $1 M at the Hawaiian Post vo ui " - .nrHTOKKKST WILL BB CHABQZn. f: i-Muft" fJZv Insertion) per lir wan. , i.- ,, ne. .10 eta. tetcn -i----- to exceeding Mines.) per annum.. (each ... 6 eta. ...J5 00. Mrt '( Erfl additional line,) i . rmA w.i.- j (tca . (' Parable a!" 13 aavanae. J 1 P. ,U! 101inestpaceJflrstlnserUon.fi 00 &x -. uht.-ut insertion 50 et. 1 ..rnfuin - . IKO, 1 1 A .. .. ik. mvI nf each numrtf-r - r " " " , tjt 2D line,; 1' H 'V'.i i c-!uraa, luarter . , . -Jama, per column . (5 00 .t2 00 .$ 20 00 .$37 50 . 3ijrrttsfmtnt5. POST-OFFICE NOTICE. vn AFTER AUGUST 11, 1859. post- -';L.(tnti o ibtbj.-isuaxo r.srriaa, except aT"" " k !...

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 September 1859

JTttXEXDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1868. rtiT"li lnce w last inoe,of two veaaete from San Fran eiacu, bat relieved the existing monotony. The Atpasia brings ft. matf, baring Miled ao the 1st lost. Bat the wis fairly beaten Urce dajrs oft the panaage down by the bark Yankee, wait sailed oa the 3d, and arrlTedlhe day before her. There I fltaeUan, bo doabc. In knowing the track at all seasons of the Jar. The Yankee is ooe of the fleetest Teasels in the Pariflc, and, afW years of watcbuig her performancra, we can safely say thai no veaaeU can outsail her, and Terr few keep up with her. Yet, perhaps, the rule obserred by the Post-Office Ageata in San Francfeno to dclfTer the mail to the first vessel leaving U the ao satbfectMy in the long ran, and where no great detention ecwra, ought to be acquiesced in. The bark Yamktt brings a fall freight, and a large list of pas sengers. We notice, howerer, that she was in Ban Francisco bat ten days. She will retain about the lt prox., or soon after. The Atp...

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. — 21 September 1859

uiu - , v. Kiul a tan or men. :A X lacrtng. and wm about ttfremove . .nio. "here there were 6,000 men , STRomsn. h' .ky.fe , VoaId form an army capable ;Jjepen len of Centr Iuly, at least fa Neapolitan force. fy0jrpropod to arm 4.000 Aua li ?f Him to eater his State and assume ?f tAe French army had been ordered to 'tis" 7j Xoscany fcr the parpoee of pre- 4r- j, 0f !Jresses hare been signed in Bll?riinstthe return of the clerical func ""Goternnient and in faror of a union y-jpondent of the Abrrf, writing on v ts a letter from Rome states that the so certain eonditkms, the title of Jlon Sit of the Italian Confederation. t? Franc. I of the news from Paris is indicative of a 0f iiitruet towards and dislike of En- ftf31 nTJ is to increased to 150 f ships, no including 72 steam trans. '4 from Pris PT8 earrency to the minor Tl-aUtion. that the Emperor Napoleon f - ftTMil IO vueca i kiui i, at U)UUOO. iJjJxpo!eon is to make his grand entry At r August, at th head of a 'L Amy of Italy. - J ...

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. — 21 September 1859

TGE OITIL CODE '"- ? r or THR ISLAXDS. Continued. The jusdc Bh&U make an order to the Marshal, or the Sheriff, as the case may be, reqair !' J' aasigw to the ass'jroeea thus chosen, all the proprr;y " bankrupt - whatever name, kind or nature, ami such as Sttneee ahaU dispose of the same by puMic or prirate sale, aa w tnent may Ktm best for the intereat of all concerned. The aastgneea aisall jrie such security fur the faithful performance v of their trust aa thejuxiee ahaU dwii sufficient- a ! . . . . . es. vio. u anj assignee die, or become lncapaci from anj cause, to perform the duties of an as signee, the joatice shall, upon the petition of any party interest ed appoint tnorc other person to fill bis place. Sec 976. The assignee shall, within ' one month after receiving possession of the bankra pt's estate ! report with the clerk of the Supreme Court, showing the 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . uxnuvn wh wru w me estate, ana saau rentier a casa ac coaot of the estate to said c...

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. — 24 September 1859

.1 :' rS . - r mmmammmmmmmm- .- iftlCIAL ADTEC7ISEQ. C . WedaroAay mm Satarstay frT Moral-. ' ta foreign countries m be $7 per annum, jr 7eriea p04 and tbe rapea of forward i"rV5cerfpab0caUoa. Allpapen foe American 9 ba American posCge stamp oo them, ZZi any A an pottajre being collected oo A 'Teijr tn-cnm, who prefer It, can havr their ZmIIlL throdih the Hawaiian mails, and will be re Sh. Sul postage of $1 04 at the Hawaiian Poet VTii-tm hisertioo) Pr lin....0 eta. '-l-t Srt subsequent do. - 6 eta. I .. rwt eserdinf 8 line.) per annum 5 00. additional toe.) - Met. f rSV" alwsy advanae. JCS exceeding W UnesspaceJ first iiertion.$l 00 sol-!- insertion 60 cu. I . i5rSns b?h,?', al "towing rate. ' J hie at tbe end of each quarter : ( 2rurflo)Per9uartr tS 00 VfVjf a cvjte""1. P quarter $i2 00 ...... ............t w fiwiercial Advertiser. Mineral Oils. ,.ifkcturea of coal-oila have increased al TPiJitJ' that tbeir de-elopment up. iL.imetbinz like a phenomenon. About j t nearly all the oi...

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. — 24 September 1859

O - cc: 8a Tkti ( cf esal w&. which has recently been eom- tal 4m Coiled But tea, appears destined to kare I i extent the whale-fishery. On our first page will tuwad u article in relation to it and the mode of its maau- tetons, which win be read with Interest. We copy it from a retialiie .partial, the Scientific American. lVan other sources w learo that the coat of manufacturing coal nil is from 30 to 40 per gaBon, bat in its crude state it Is nearly worthless as a aid, on account of the smoke emitted. It is only after being ewCd or refined that it is need for burning. Refined esnl 1 b rioted at the latest dates, in New Tork, at (1 12J 0 Jl 14 t-Joa, which is a considerable advance omformer quo tations, showing that the demand tor it exceeds the supply. Bat it is thought that the price has advanced to such a point as to make an increased demand for whale oil, with which it prin cipally comes in rivalry. From the crude coal oil, candies are manufactured, said to be equal to sperm...

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. — 24 September 1859

; ;f i-.v " -- i - , hnnr official journals pablisbeJ the f sie treaty concluded between IUubU Q&. . festnree are: The C""1 to RMnia of frfS; f having resident - Ambassadors at pro1 of Drotectiooy tbe Chinese Got ; hiristian Missionaries in China; and the If a monthly maa between Pekin and Grand Duke ConsUntine, it is stated HpQ 1 lib XX V.fcja S HXX.Y1 gcrr : In accordance with a vote pesed at a . Ji serum? w " rj i re- t in fjA ef nocKwy Member cease from J1" y tak. this opportunity of thanking the Ute ( Md for their past liberality, and hope some of a"7 . to seek admission Into the Active Ranks ! Per order. J. SMITHIES, Secretary M. E. Co. No. 2. MECHANIC ENGINE CO.N.2! TAKE 50TICE nereafter, the Notices for 0 2 Drill and Meeting win be discontinued, and the Jta p F"1 bjr tha aignal flag aa hoisted at "ZB- Peroeder, T UUT-fTTTM aSteeretary VI. E. Co. No. 2. 167-lm -.xOLTLl' LYCEUM. The members of the I orisfra are hereby notified that the meetings of the iwWUUtl o'clock every...

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. — 24 September 1859

'5 V u C; p. ? 3? v '.V. .- ..... . THE CIVIL CODE or TRZ :.:DAUAIIAnI8LAMD. - t -. Continued. 1118. Ia actios- o recover At Ui any tpe- tiSa fxvymlf, real or noaal, or aaj specific tbar er bjtrrset, er rfgkjt te property, real or personal la kind, at la HI of rrpievla, uc of ejectment, tbe plaintiff In person, or by attorney, than Hie with Um eWk of tbe court, a petition (or faimss, which Bay a ia tbe following form t TM ondertttrned cosn plains or , defendant, residing ; , Island of , that te has unjustly, and contrary to lav rights of the plaint iff, taken into bis possessioo od ! Mnml to bis ase, (or oecupeuon, as tbe case may be) the fcUowior property, ris: (here set tortb tbe property wrongfully m the aVfeodaot's poaseaaoa, wbecher real or personal, and if jm ssnsl. tbe article by name or description, and if real, tbe 'i rs, bounds, quantity and incaiity thereof, with tbe kind of Us fisher il by tbe plaintiff) rained at dollars or of in ejectment, state in lien of tbe value, 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. — 28 September 1859

OIL saEBBM' J VtOE PACIFIC . . : rfBBClAl. ADVERTISE!!. . Wrtfaeanay jnsarw . i . tmrm coostrie in be $7 per annum. ..inn vte and tb" P"c of forward- ! e "ILeol pubHcatioo. AH papers Tor American Or k ABericsn stamp oo them, ,ma1 Aowricao fSt bin detected on fri f.ntscriNrrs,wl.arefr-v it, can have their ,cir ' "jB-n the Hawaiian roaiK, and will be rr-XV-tae of $1 04 at the Hawaiian Ht jjic trnrauim will as ombcsd. tvtl1!mt'- :nr I"") P""r line.. ..10 ets. ,rab'' do. - - ....Sets. ' Zs exceeding Une,- f annum f4 0-X l?JhMiti''" 50 eta. r T to advonae. JTS lJJinl,,lioeJ,,PmcJar',t,ne,1iool 00 rfr. hornt mseruoo ( .JZt " chartrwl h following . lni?rfUa AO, r-f rate. il "7,4, ,r -he rod of eacn quarter : j)HtX.)P'J-tartrr i 00 per quarter $12 0U rV . miasm. P" per column .......... . . $ JO go rrd foreign Samaaary. Defer toofW"" which passed through thepoet. n i IS--. onnted 5.495,435 and ' t-f jrk 'ter "J" : M " n M t leu sth trail A.tfcethrtw maenificent ships of the Colli " It has a...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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