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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 November 1856

Ma.' Editor : "Sint unicuique sua premia." Lever says : when a man stoops to, be kicked in ihii world, he'll always rind some kind friend ready to oblige him with the compliment." No sooner did I stoop to vindicate my production from the aspersion of vileness which the Rev. Mr. Green so gratuitously put upon it, than the hue ancLcry 13 started after me, as if I were some literary outlaw, some moral lepero; and gents with names and nameless gents take up the view-halloa in diapason fine. One, two, three ; two leaders and a flunky set out "to do or die" and make of me such an example to future evil-doers, that none may dare to look askance at " non-resisting pastors, nor doubt their spirit of meek forbear ance. M It is the wit, the policy of sin, To hate those meu we have abused." The staccato notes of Mr. Green's fish horn sound the reveille ; the roulade of Mr. Bishop announces the gathering, and Mr. Logic" (the man in the mask, the ami de la maison, the volunteer in a private quarr...

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. — 6 November 1856

SEbaiemen's iipiiS ft fit WLatih l&MUU a - - I - " -1- ! I T1T-.IAHKS. I I I lTT 1 : . . ir'miaiTi'rin Kr-iiaJt ti I f ! ! jsif X 0 j TS3 PJICXPXC Commercial Advertiser. im-Barter! Barter 1 t-m nabs j Pcmeroy iar more Urs. F- I her NOTICE. ta JZT Ciptaina and officers of wialestur.s cruitng la tie Paci-c sf revested to famish the litest reports tor the Pacific Whale men's Shit-pla? LUt. tetters containing- my interest news, addressed the publisher, and left at New Zealand, .-hir.. T jarAbo. or sent by whalers bound to these Islands, will teabrays acceptable. Captains or office -lahis? tiis paper sent to t-r frtoh in the rafted States, are assured that our arranges! are -ncthat a3 ipts dispatched frcm this otSce far t-e wf3 be received regularly by subscrioers- ac. . -r,''"- Acs or 7 50, if thepcstige U pre-paid trscgn. 1 Hemic TTmi A passenr on board the Norths eri Indiana trfcen she burnt gives an ajccmrt 0. the escnre or Cicero Fowler and wife cf Tullr err York. There ttt but ...

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. — 6 November 1856

3T--S OH!? ilUE o tjs gO.UJSTIIIMCJ MEW . . AT THE HONOLULU DAGUEIUIEAN GALLEEY. IMPROVED AMBROTYPES ! photographic Pictures on Glnm and lnpc rnHK haying recently returned j from a lst to bar yranciso, tkeb iCr-sure 5r informing the public ihat hb has introduced &nd is now prepared to exe cute the lendid and permanent pictures on glas3, well vnown as ti .; IMPROVED AMBR0TYPE3, And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the most celebrated makers, tog ether 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, chips, parts of the city, which m&y be sent to absent friends by letter, taken by the dozen ot half dozen. Also, on hand, a great variety of cases and frames, of the latest styles. K.-.Aierreotype Instruments and. Stock for sale, and instruc tion in the art riven to Derscns desirous ...

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. — 6 November 1856

Tfcc Family Home Scenes BY. T. P. AKTI1CTU I'll r.ot live in this way ! exclaimex' Mr?. Lyon, passionately.' -Sach disorder, -wrangling and irregu larity rob me of my peace, and make the house a bedV lara instead of a. quiet home. "Tom !" she spoke ; eharpiy to a bright fellow who was pounding away with a wooden hammer on a chair, , and making a - rocst.intolerable din, ? stop that noise this instant ! : And you, Em; not & word more from your lip3.' If you .n?t live in peace with your sister, I'll separate you. D'ye hear ; hush this instant." : : Then make Julia give me my pin cushion. She's got it in her pocket." , It's no such thing, I haven't," retorted Julia. " You have, I say." " I tell you I haven't." v " Will you hash?" The face of Mrs. Lyon was "fiery red, she stamped upon the floor as she spoke. V I want my pin cushion," Make Jule give mc my pin cushion." Irritated beyond control, Mrs. Lyon caught Julia by the arm, and thrusting her hand into her pocket drew cut a piece...

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. — 13 November 1856

r I " lis - 5 - t - SIN DOLLARS PER AXXM. VOLUME 1. XUMIIKK 20. I iTRLISHED WKKKM' Bi'l X IIK.VRY 31. WHITNEV. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOYEMBElt 13, JSoci. 4! Vf A t f I P S f P je ji si L w it- 8, it W i, ft 1 f It f 1 Commercial Advertise The OM 3Inu I5iM.. TV illt-S. SAKAH J. IIAI. The old man paused awhile, an 1 then lie drew his BiMrJ out, "W'ilh that he never failed to clear Each mystery or doubt j Auvl said to Il irry " Iu this book, TL? written ilaia and sure, That what we do, not what we hare, "Will make us rich or ioor. " Then;' not a rich man ever reached Heaven's high and pure- ab ode ; There's not a rich man entering now, The straight and narrow road ; Unless he makes, has mad?, his wealth A staff and not a load : A stafT fr others, mark you well The xl Samaritan, How rich he grew by wjiat he gavo The helpless wounded man. "Take all the b o.s wise men have made, They darken wink- they read But if you learn the Bible lore, You will be wise indeed. And then, when yo...

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. — 13 November 1856

o Cf v i. i -4 i - . - 5 1 ... J I'd M n S f 4 i ; , J !:- ' "i r r . - . v .T.i..:.. n,-ii. r.i- iv'riv-in"' ii:irr ii niv crew haul utiurr wnuiuiisma iui i . . . . ,i tt .? morcemoer ' iu Particular CaPt. AViiJ.x, of bark b7 the public, the omciai organ or me Hawaiian - oUiffation betwecn it and its people, and tend ; vessel have done veo well, Imt . s. - . , e rtrnn.r r.nt. Tootpr. nf shin r x ,i t 1 ,. &JltU111 uuu0auuu wsl"vv'" r f Ontario, an I to capt. Jioiij', or snip nasmngton, who Kinuiy . , , - . - to introduce anarcny aau uusrme. xuc ' jrave me a passage to Lahaina. They will all accept ray sincere views and measures. Owned as it is by the Govern- fWroV the nublic credit, which ww-w. :- - - . THURSDAY, If OP. 13, 1S5'J. TIi2 fresh trade vrinj which Las hjlJ for the last five 'lays has filled our harbor with a fleet of whalers, no lv-ss th;in C3 vsoL, having arrived since our last Lsiiic. It would ba impossible t give any reliable estimate of tha average of the Season...

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. — 13 November 1856

-?.r - - i 1 j Mlw" -I ncknoTvletlgo the com. Reef Knot" has mc on his hip in regard to the length of periixl for which approrn-iations were made in those primitive days." Reef Knot is doubtless a modern, and it -would, perhaps, be too much to expect of him to understand that the Legislature, to "which was intrusted the authority to make appropriations, met ti n n uall y in those old days. ' he oppression of "grat itude" which he seems to Id1 r under, together with the late rapid way of making appropriations by ' order in Council" has had a tendency to confuse liis mind as to the true masters of the purse. All Tcrv excusable, mv friend. The fault was mine in v , - not having the power to control the appropriations in those old days, as well as the press now, so as to make my replies to you something "better late than never." Those ' primitive days commenced " with the advent of plain common sense to the head of the min istry, and they had their ' cud" on the arrival of the artillery...

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. — 13 November 1856

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. JOT Captains and officers of whaleshipB cruising in the Pacific are requested to furnish the latest reports for the Pacific Whale men's Shipping List. Lettera containing any interesting news, addressed to the publisher, and left at New Zealand, Tahiti, al paraiso,"br sent by whalers bound to these islands, will be al ways acceptable. Captains or officers wishing this paper sent to their friends in the United States, are assured that our .arrangements are such, that air "papers-dispatched from this office for the U. S. will be received -regularly by subscribers. Terms" $6 00 a year or 7 50, if the postage i3 pre-paid through. A Sailor's Yarn-. A young sailor, wlio had been roving around the world for several years, en return ing home, was constantly annoyed and . lionized on aceount of his having had " personal relations" with cannibals, anacondas, whales, elephants, sharks, tigers, pirates, and other creatures which inspire the untravelled mind wit...

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. — 13 November 1856

IVIISCSIiIiAIJEOUS. soxnsTiuira- wew AT THE HONOLULU DAGCERREAN GALLERY. IMPROVED AMBROTYPES I Photographic Pictures on Glas mid Paper ! THE UNDERSIGNED, having recently returned from a visit to San Francisco, takes pleasure in icforming the puViiic that lie has introduced and is now prepared to exe cute those splendid and permanent pictures oa gkvs?, well known as the ' IMPROVED AMBROTYPES, And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the nrnst celebrated makers," together with a well constructed sky light, he is enaMed to take Anibrotypes, 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, hips, 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 lntst styles Daguerreotype Instruments and Stock for sale, and Instruc lions "in the art given to person...

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. — 13 November 1856

Lrro Wmrrv Tom Means. The Maine Farmer preaches a very good discourse from this common sense maxim. We don't like stinginess.'' Wc don't like e-cno my," when it comes down to r?.g3 and starvation. Vie have no sympathy with the notion that the poor man should hitch himself to a post and stand still, while the rest of the world move3 funvird. It is no man's duty to deny himself of every amusement, luxury, every recreation, every comfort, that he may get richi It is no man's duty to make an iceberg cf himself to shut his eyes and ears to the sufferings of his fellows and to deny himself the enjoyments that result from generous actions, merely that he may hoard wealth for his heirs to quarrel about. Bat there is yet an economy which is every man's duty and which is especially commendable in the man who struggles with povertyan economy which i3 consistent with happiness, and which must be prac- "Wealth does not make the man, we admit, and should never be taken into the account in our jud...

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. — 20 November 1856

f U It I HMIIlrfjM I : .1 'A 11 SJX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOLUME 1. M'.MBKR 81. PUBLISHED AVEEKM' BV) UE.VUV 31. AVHITNET. S HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NO YEMBER 20, IS5G. I- - v iu Ft a ia- h i h if V IE I I . ! f f I ?? Y Af X i -X I i i 7 f T23 PACiriC Commercial Advertiser, - -- i One of the peculiarities of the Hawaiian Kingdom ! is its foreign population composed of natives of almost every country of the Pacific if not of the glubc. Especially is it so with the population of Honolulu, where merchants, tradesmen or residents arc found who arc the representatives of probably twenty-five or thirty different nations. They have been attracted here in the hope of bettering their for tunes, and thus have become identified with the place. Among the early adventurers to this group, was a young and enterprising Chinaman named Chuwun, who was probably the pioneer of the numerous Chi nese merchants, who have long borne an active part tis tradesmen at these islands. It was in the year 1823, ...

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. — 20 November 1856

COXUEX&32HCIAX.. THURSDAY, TfOr. 20, 1856. Trade of all kinds has been btlaV during the past week, and we notice some Improvement In salea at auction, which perhap9 b the best index of th st.nt r,t onr martet. A laree sale of clothing takes place to-day at tiie rooms of A. P. Everett, and again 01 Tuesday next. M. C. ilonsarrat has a large clothing eale en Friday. The improveaint in xetail trade is also spoken c4 by several retail merchants. The number of whale ships in port yesterday was CS, mer chant and war vessels 10, coasters 4 ; making a total of 82 ves sels In port, which is probably the largest number we shall have at one time during this season. The number of whalers yet to arrive at the islands cannot be les3 than about 40, which i3 less than the number of arrivals la3t year after this date. There have been two arrivals of merchant vessels during the past week, Bremen ship Post, wixh some 400 cr 500 tons as sorted mdse to Iloffschlager and Stapenhorst, the balance of h...

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. — 20 November 1856

Viil of !ic Whaling Bark Philip I. at the Loo Choo Island.". Mb. Editor : On my passage from G aim to the Japan Sea in Lat. 27 SO N., and Long. 125 SO E., I foil in with a junk dismasted and in a completely dis abled condition, took on board the people, twenty tevcn men and women, and steered for Loo Choo, where they said they wished to go. Took them on board the 15th of February, and on the 17th went into the harbor of Napa Kiang and landed them, to-J gcthcr with what they had saved from the wreck. The officials treated me very kindly, invited me and my officers to a feast at the court house. I received several presents from the Governor of Napa and also from the Regent of the Kingdom. The Governor also sent on board two bullocks, four hogs, two goats, five hundred eggs, and also fowls and vegetables. They also furnished me with two tons of very good sweet lotatoes at a very reasonable charge. The junk was a government one from Napa bound to Ty-pin-san Jladjaco, Sima Inlands, with ...

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. — 20 November 1856

f 1 j" i'' - -- -. iij imt m 1 fist. . 1 v. IL I) C 4.J ' 1 ft 1 1 it lis r.J 'I. .' m i K i . i ! I i ri 5 i k ' ; if If: I. 5"J I; I I ! - i - It il II i ti 4 I ! THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, XT Captains and officers of whaleships cruising in the Facific are requested to furnish the latest reports for the Pacific Whale men' Shipping List. Letters containing any interesting news, addressed to the publisher,- and left at New Zealand, Tahiti, Val paraiso or sent by whalers bound to these islands, will be always acceptable. Captains or officers wishing this paper sent to their friends in the United States, are assured that our arrangements are svrch that all papers dispatched from this office for the U. S. will be revived regularly by subscribers. Terms $6 00 a year ro $7 50, if the postage is pre-paid through. Date and Port of Arrivals. Vessels Names Captain. J8' EE O h4 Honolulu, Nov 12 u u 12 j Honolulu, 'Soy. &, ! I Honolulu, Nov 12 Life on Ilio-Occan Wave. "A life on th...

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. — 20 November 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. AT THE HONOLULU DAOUERREAN GALLERY. IMPROVED AMBROTYPESI Photographic PIctnres on Glass and Paper I THE UXDERSIGXED, haying 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 IMPROVED AMBROTYPES, And that, with several seta of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the most ceV;lrated maker3, together with a well constructed sky lisrht, he i3 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, chips, 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. . Daguerreotype Instruments ana ccock iur nuc, uu man tions in the art given to persons '"yjgjy11: ' Honolulu, Oct. 1st...

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. — 20 November 1856

4( i i n 'linn il f iiii 'Hi' f-MiTri" fciiK .iu '4. ( :k- Jh 3. I ' A b ill I; :i ! -: f i ij si .! !t f 1 1 : ! ; : i j 1 1 a r. i ; s r s ! :t. It -5 ! ii ii t i i . I si.' ! r . . v . . .- j . ! a t It 4 i it i f.v?u J--;. 1. j : .. P tj if I it ii? in 1 Vj; 1.. $ Vi i i v f A Day -vritlx Allijutorv, Life in me Phillipixe Islds. While seated one morning in the windoyr of the country residence oi mj inena jjon Arturo, an old Spaward living in the neighborhood of Manila; conversing with hira and h3 pretty, wife on various topics, occasionally sipping a glass of wine, and partaking of some of the rich fruits which were placed in an old-fashioned silver tray at our elbows, we at length began to feel rv- ? ? I i . uaiJLiuu xor some scene oi more activity. i win ieu you wnat we win ao to amuse our- Eclves," cried the Spaniard, suddenly, removing his cigar, and glancing up and down the Pesig, which quitely flowed along within a stone's throw of the house. " I listen," said I, removing ...

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. — 27 November 1856

1. is 5 I X X. - J ( it f I'BLISIIED WEEKLY BIT ? f HENRY M. WIIITA'EY. 5 HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 27, 1S5G. (SIX DOLLARS l'KR A3Atm. i VOLUME 1. NUMBER 22. F i I II H K H Jfi tt II .11 . II , Jit MX 1 J . fr; JLi WVM JLVs AX I : : : i 1 f si 4 i THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. For the P. C. Advertiser. Knwcln' Care. (AN OAIIUAN TRADITION.) To II. P. Kawelu wa3 the only daughter of an Oahuaa chief shi loved and was beloved by Palua, a young "chief of Kauai her father opposed the match, but finally consented that if Palua could find Kawelu, he should have her. He hid her la a cave near Kancohe. Palua sought unsuccessfully, believed that she was dead, wa3 about to kill himself, but Kawelu signaled him with her kapa ; he found her, married her, took her to Kauai, and it Is believed that they still roam among the streams of that island. Kawelu sat oa her giddy seat Like an eagle poised in air ; She watched the sun's enkindled course Illume that cavern bare. Her red lip qu...

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. — 27 November 1856

wan THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1S56. Since our last issue the weather has been very unfavorable. and our port almost blockaded bv a stomi from tho south. The Frances Palmer is the only merchant vessel amved during the week. She bring3 a full cargo of merchandise and" provisions. and a large list of passengers. FREIGHTS. A large number of whalers are bound home, , - and take considerable oil and tone on freight. The Pampero will sail In two weeks. The John (Jilpin and Gladiator, we under stand, are engaged full rate3 7c (a) 8c and primage. MONEY. There has been an active demand for whalers' bills during the week, and owing to the imiortation of J 50,000 or $G0,000 in coin from San Francisco for inrestnient, the rate has rapidly fallen. ""tVe quote at 10 per cent. SZT We invite attention to the full and interesting letter from our San Francisco correspondent, to which we give up the most of our space usuaDy de voted to this department , OUR SJJt FRAX CISCO CORRESPOXDEyCi:. fjIT The following ...

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. — 27 November 1856

these gentlemen in particular ttc -would return our thanks for the many kindnesses -which we have expe rienced at their hands. . .1 am, Sir, your ob't servant, - Isaiah Pukrixqton. Mb. Editor : :Can you inform your readers what on earth the long wordy editorial which appears in the last Polynesian is about, and what the Editor is aiming at ? He says, " Were the high sounding, and in some instances empty names arbitrarily bestowed to create false impressions abroad, or to give lustre to a small work-a-day Court, there would be little in deed to say in defence of such toying. ' Now I should like to know " what is in the wind ?" is the sapient Editor of the " Government Organ" covertly insinuating in the above extract, that such a state of things exists in Honolulu ? or has the Editor got his backup a little, and is he slily poking his nose into the Foreign Office and giving the incum bant a dig for his magnificent foreign policy ? or does the Editor mean to call attention to the high ...

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. — 27 November 1856

list. xtrt s f'v nuv or a ciiv o Date and Tort of Arrivals. n . - , . , . . I r - 1 .3 ' I I S i '.Whole Am'nt f Seasons pEMiBKa. ' I Vessel Names Captain. Us S 5 2 voyage. on uu i v,"-" III Arrivals. I I 1 M 1 1 "2 I I I f IB I LSH p J SpiTh Spwm p un oue.i V I w - - - I , Abram. Barker Adeline Gibbs Agate, brig Almira Alice Mendell Alfred Gibb3 Alfred Tyler Albion Alice, bk. Alabama A. Frazier, bk. American . Antelope Ansel Gibbs Arab Arab, bk. Arnolda Atkins Adani3.- Atlantic Awashonks Alexander Alex. Coffin Honolulu, Nov 14 ! Barnstable Honolulu, Oct. 5, j Bart Gosnold Honolulu, Nov 12 j Honolulu, Nov. 5, Honolulu, Nov 12 I.ahaira, Oct. 20, Honolulu, Nov 12 Lahaina, Nov. 4, Honolulu, Nov 10 Iahaina, Aug 29, Hilo, Nov. 1, lahaina, Oct. 24, Honolulu, July 9, Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Honolulu, Nov 18 Lahaina, Nov 11, Lahaina, Nov. 12 Hilo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Oct 11, Honolulu, Nov 13 44 44 13 Sailed for S. F. Lahaina, Nov. 1, H Jo, Nov. 12, Honolulu, Nov 11 Iiiaina, Nov. 1...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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