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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 February 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Jlr. Beecher in Exeter Hull. BT AN LTE-WITXtSS. Ujsivix, OctoljcrSl. To Tnc Kditos or The Indrtendknt : In the five great ppechea which Mr. Deeclier has taadd io England and Scotland on the Amer ican question, before vast audiences, he has taken care to observe a system of selection, which ha brought before the country all the great oalient jjointa of the American War. He has not re peated himself, but met the Confederate ymra thizeni here upon every field which they had ehosen for their own advantage. Hut the crand climax of all his efforts was that which was made at Kxeter Hall Iat night, before a crowd as great as ever gathered into that immense hall, and which, despite the jxrsistent efforts of the opposition to destroy the meeting and its effect, inade a mark upon .Cnglfch opinion which must prove of the utmost importance. You will get and copy from the London press the extended reports of this meeting. - But there were some characteristics of...

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 February 1864

o if ft A 4 I'l'BUSIir.D WRKKLY HI" I jiknuy m. wuitxev. i HO NOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUARY 13. 1S64. SIX DOLUR8 PER. ANXCM. VOL. VIII N'. 33. WHO Lit N.40S. tiff far Jv Jy f 11 111 n I '11 II II THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, (The following Apostrophe, which appeared first in the Polynesian aotue three years aioce, is sup pceeti to have been composed by the late King Kame bameha IV.. or at least Las been credited to him. Just at this time it possesses peculiar interest, and will be read with deep emotion. It breathes that kindly rpirit that characterized him and for which those who knew him best, admired him meet. The lan guage used in the entire composition, shows a true poetic mind, bat the pr-jer contained in the last paragraph in particular, is impressive and touching. Apttrpfce? I Kamrliamrlia I. tkom osi or bis back. Shade of my boDr d ancestors, suroamed the Great ! Vint of a name illustrious made by thee By thee and the fate omnipotent, twa3 thine To see the thresh...

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 February 1864

iT t $ s ah - 5 COMMIiaOIiiL, SATCB.LAT, F ZBZ'JAkT 12, 154. j T w j3Vt raia hare prvrel a t-Vij t sx ; jviu .4, ; and the Seadj ivjil .r to ra Jaxsr.aas ercp- The Maaee j ytassatice ot cT tut week. 3 i vtrk z f daya, firr.'jr r-.x ! toe Kpf, cr four aad o-e-tt-ri tscsa rr day, irh tod- -otr ttc tZtcmrr.-.; txymrj t jr rwrw arir '-- Gipta-a ?f- l-M alw trtr-aonj ict ki x."3 aa gg;ef eses Hit I I-"" to latm. a fr-j Ur ctMfKUr c r.rar. I: U ' is- 't.'a ri. -h r.v: - axri ixrrvvrxn-: , catoj e-i- a sw wi-ii. ' Ki7 aj -r " pa- TIL paa takra theayiaia' -ft iz. :b gja faessr cf the frt saSry wt, asJ Jxe & Ty aracr XT rfSa.: Ad ao eSeeilre U S wtx ti2 ooi acw a.moae vbx tr;5aei ii-r ; tad rio-Ci lurzjtr'.j at oeij 19 or 12 errs-a pr rw u teso warA utir'.T trice rsi to ;i.e Lxiuz. Tut thZ ' wSi rt ra ti r.--t is the ler-aae cf i pedet Tii izprovei&eiLi vlj 6e aoon i.-tr-.ia5td ttto ad v awLt j ari anai, vo iarge tame. wi j fc they zX aeoxe va2 uli la carryitf on t3 yH -! a3 Capita.'...

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 February 1864

FAcxrxc Commercial Advertiser, -9 U- -TP YSiereas, the Minister of the Interior Las provided two j-laces to be used for the deposit of rubbish and filth to be carried from the city, Tiz : the Ioko called Toki," near the south end of Queen Ktreet, and the vacant land near the windmill belonging to the Messrs. Sumner, inakai of the prison ; therefore, AH persons are hereby etrictlj prohibited, in accordance with See. 23 of the Civil Code, from depositing any rubbish or filth upon any street, lane, wharf, or vacant lot, within the bounda ries of the city of Honolulu, under a penalty of, not exceeding, one hundred dollars, for each offence. Tu. C. IIEUCK, Secretary Board of Health. Offic ft lb B"rd ' nalth, I lOch February, 18ol. 40.Wt SATURDA r, FEIill UARY 13. Tlics PolnietIan NcwHpaper. The Polynesian has ceased to cxiet, the last number having been Lwued on the Cth inst. The : reason of this is, that Mr. Fomander has been' unable to fulfill the contract which he assumed; about two 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. — 13 February 1864

THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. ketrltr by ghcrtmh&" o. . 1 &zn happy to inform jou that our Ir'onJ PheWinks" U aain awake, wid: awake. I requested of him the favor to continue the carra- tire of hi inter-island voyage and adventures. Mr. P. raciouljr assented : I recollect, he eaid, that previously to taj invol- ntarj rcclino on the boeom of gentle Morpheus, I gave you an impressive history of my becoming a passenger de facto on board of the packet. As I stated to you before, the foreign passengers consisted of a gentleman very red in the face and rather weak in his knee joints, and another rather heavy mustachioed gentleman and his lady but, my boy, if you wish me to do justice to this subject allow me to stimulate my powers of poetical language and mistaken ideas by a gener ous smile and a toast to tho ladies individually and generally : May their shadows never be smaller, their drease never be shorter, and their nniles (in taking up the square bottle, I, found it eaip...

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 February 1864

H H It DT 11 M WHITNEY. i THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. X Day Anion? Cannibals : Or Adventure of n Whaleman at the Marquesas. n. American whalcship Congress, Capt. gtraaburg, sailed from New Bedford in June, 1503, on a cruise fur' the North Pacific. After touching at Sydney, she called at Ilivaoa, or Dominique, one of the Marquesas Islands, to attain water and fresh provisions. Arriving be fore the harbor ol Puamau, Jaquarjr 13, two boat were fitted out with articles of trade, such ,s kniven, flints, hatchets and muskets, to ex- jrfiangi for what thej might wish to obtain. ; When the boats had anchored in the harbor, Lnother boat, manned with a chief and crew of fiative islanders, came off, who apr-eared erj 'riendlv and anxious to trade with the strangers, ;Uting that thej had hogs and potatoes in abun dance. Mr. Whalon, first officer of the whale bip, who had charge of the ship's boats, then raaferred his trade into the natives boat, got j and went ahoTe with them, leaving hi...

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 February 1864

the PAcinc Commercial Advertiser. The ZYaiiieles Spy. A book lately publis?e, giving an nc-omt f the buttLs of the AtDij ol tbc CuiubtrljAnJ, rivos the l!owiug intercetinj; account of the exploits of one of the numerous ri8 ewjjlojvd by our commanders : This man, mj the author of the annals, "went into and came out from Dins armj at Mur-freesboro'- three tiin.-j during the week of battles at Stone Hirer mm dinJ ut the table of Brag anJ of h gtLer generals brought us correct in formation as t-j the force and position of the rtb el anuj, and of the bxaat of its headfilcers. Ifc ru the rt toa&ure us positively that lirugg wouM tight at Stone Hirer, telling us of that general' boast that he would whip Jioeecrans tack t- Nashville if it cost ton thousand men.' For the four d;j8' service thus rendered by our ppy he was paid fire thousand dollars by order of our general, and the author saw the money pass ed ti hiin. In 18G2 there lired in the State of a Union man, with wife and childre...

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 February 1864

ill ill! i i ! ' V " --- -v- - n , i i ; ill i i i i . i j ; ; A .csss-ifM U ; ; ! FUBMSHED WEEKI.VBV IIKM'.V M. VIUTN1. ! JIO NOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUARY 27, 1S64. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIII. N. 33. WHOLE N. 405. THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. T BK2aT W. LOJGrELUiW. Labor with what xeal we will, Something still remains undone, Somethiog uncompleted tHI, Waits the rising of the uo- By the bedtide, on the stair. At the threshold. ner the gate, With its menace or IU prayer. Like a mendicant it waits : WalU, and will not go away Waits, aud will not be gainsaid. By the carea of yesterday Lach to-day U h"aler made, Till at length t U, or aeem. Greater thaa our strength c&a bear a the bur Jen of ear dreams. i'ressing oo us everywhere And we stand from day to day Like the dwarfs of times gone by. Who, as Xorthcrn leges! say, 1 On their shoulders held the sky VAIUETY. Alwajs at trifle scorn to take offence. It ehowa great pride and very little eenae. Old age is a relent...

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 February 1864

COIVTIYTEIICIAI.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, IVA. Btuiacss hit shown a Hl iaiprjvrnent the (Ml week, but hardly worth notice. The calcn weather Uat baa i-rT;-J baJ prrrrcted foreign irnralm. Tb acbvoner H'le is the only fore.ga ent7 up lo jesterday, P. M. H-r sale, to go into he coasting trade, is made a uote of e'.v-wheir. W it.-Mierv.and tbat Mr. Kin; his sold hit half intrtot in he sehonoer Odd Ft How, to Sir. P. C. Jones, who baa charter 4 Lrr f twelve snaths to the gr.l of the American Gusto , Company, and tbat the trill bs dip!ched iO to Bak-r' I, land. The Hanoverian bark Marburg, having cxfnplrted her repair, will nil to-day. Her exchang oa Francisco, bids fur which were solicited in our latt iue, was taken for 3 per erut. dUeoant. for endorsed bill. TL Yankee is loading lowly, ai fre'ght frcm tbe w Upward islands crar in very tardily. She win, however, b a'rie to ret. off about tbe mUHit of next week, aod win probably bare a foil ,crr and tart passenger Liar.. Tbs Tmyrniate, wi...

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. — 27 February 1864

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. U JftcoRDANce with Section 995 of the Civil Code A. E. .McGregor, Wana. and the Rer. E. JotnLn, have been at-poioted Lommissioners of criTate ways and water rights, for the Dis trict of Hanalei, Wand of Kauai. Ham Office February 12, 404 -3t Wherias, the Minister of the Interior has provided two place, to be used for the deposit of rubbUU and filth to be carried from the city, Viz- the loko called Poki," near the south of Queen street, and the vacant land near J?e windmill belonging to the Mers. Sumner, makai of the prison ; therefore, ...... . All prutu are hereby strictly prohibited, in accordance with Sec. 23 of the Civil Code, from debiting any rubbish or filth upon any street, Untwhfrr, or vacant lot, within the bounda-rie-of the city of Honolula. a tj oP no t exceeding, one ounarw o..r, Til C. HhLCK, offence. Secretary IJoard of Ileal th. OfZe t,t th Bourd tt Health, J an-uat 10th Februry. 184. j- 4Q3-3t SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27., n ...nfmont nf Mr....

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 February 1864

THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. The Jlos&slcr Orau. reprint from the Washington filar the f j!kwing Junrabie tuvl TaluuMc ; i liti jii t-j the literature of musical criticism : ' lijfton has been greatly excited over the inauguration at the Music Hall, in that city, of ihe largest or;jin in tLe world, built exprestlj for the UaW by Wclchsr, of Wurtemburg. The prwuie of war news Iia prevents! us heretofore iroiu noticing the organ of organs in appropriate terms, but wr prop-j?- to give the readers of the Star boiue idea J the powers of the great in truiuent." We make up oar account from the iVwton papers and magazine:?, taking the precau tion, of course, V prune down their partial and djubdeH high-colfred statementa Cj the b-junds of credibility. Thi monatr orrran, then, is equal in power to a choir of G.OMJ throat. Iw longest windpipes are 235 feet in length, (requiring the erection of t. tower for their ipcial accommodation,) and a fuil-aizJ man can crawl readiljr through it...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 5 March 1864

1 i J i P II A VwA" 1 1 ii in i W Ay WWW i! puijlished wrrki.y nr i U US K V M. V 1J 1TXEV. . HONOLULU, II AAV All AN ISLANDS, MAUCII 5, ISO 4. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIII. N. 3U. WHOLE No.406. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, For the Pacific Commercial Advertise.) AcrMtle. II Hard H th lot of every sailor boro, E Ere manhood's past of every eoeafart horn N No heme bu he except the watery deep ! R Rare r bis leisure srMxnentt, brief bis sleep ! T Yet, to an Englishman, a life At sea II Holds oat attractions siren as strung can be. I la 'reading commere o'er the world be sees, C Careen the DoDlfit, tW nnblest with ease K Knows that of nations his the first most be, S f aprerue by land whlls mistress of the sea B Bears this in mind where'er his coarse may run, A Aad hoists the ErttUh flag Death every sun K Vs-Aicr hostile baods to terms of peace, Q Quiets Uieir fears and bids their tnmuks cease v , L CnUes by mutual Interests land to land, V. Exchanging commerce with well-balan...

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. — 5 March 1864

ooxvuvechciax.. Saturday, march &, lssi. In strong March winds hava brought la a Sect of vessels t aad ear "spring; icuoa" bu opened ia good earnest. Tee Smfrmi0t't arrival oo Saturday last, broke the monotony and (tannest that had prevailed for several weeks. Her mail, how ever, was a small one, as the overland mail ha-1 been much interrupted of late ami few letters eame to band by ber. The Cvtntt came in on Thtusday with one of ber flying passages, bringing dates to February 20, and a Urge mail of both letters and papers. The news by her is very interest in if, late sad Important. She reports the A. A. Eldridye as bar ing tailed on the 19th, one day ahead of her, with a full cargo tar this port. She may be in before oar sheet is issued. The market sews we fire below. - The Speedwtll Is en route from London to Victoria, and ' touched for supplies. he sails again to-day. Several whalers hare also arrived daring- the week, all Laving don well. The Europa is oor first whaler from ...

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. — 5 March 1864

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. it JVuthorittn Is Accoeoance with Section 996 of the Ci-il Code.W. C. Lane, J. F. Anderson and J. II. KaaVua, have been appointed Commissioner of rrirata wajs and water rights, for the Dis trict of Waialua, Island of Oahu. Xsrch Xi, I'- - ARBIVAL OF THE "CO WET!" WITH FIFTEEN DAYS LATER FOREIGN NEWS. The favorite clipper packet Comet, in command of Cpt. J"- M. Green, armed at noon on Tbnrwlay, Mareh W. taking tbe town quite tj aarpriie, bf inj teaten th Jl. Eldridge, which left San Francisco one day ahead of her. Bj this arrival we baTe the New York mail of Janaarj 13 and 23, the latter baring been bat 40 days in coming through. San Fraociaco dates are to February 20, on which day the Comet left that port. Advices bad been received from Japan to Jan. 7. Set eral large fires bad occurred at Yokohama, Hako dadi aoJ YedJo. That at HakodaJi, which occurred Oct. 31, bad nearly destroyed the city. Important news regarding the rebel cruiser Alabama will be fo...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 5 March 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. FOREIGN iEWS Sag The brt : Smjrniote, Cs.pt. JJarde'.t, arrived on SifarJij list, 21 dj from n Francisco, bringing th American taa.iL, anl date from tht port to February 6tb. The bark A. A Eldrulge, Cpt. Dennett, bad arrive! over, with a pxaaaje cf 14 daji. Sue woulJ rail agaio (or IIoloIoIq about tbe 15th to 20th. Tbt Eastern newt la of no great importance. We glean tbe principal itemt : la Virgin!.' nothing new had transpired, though there hxs Leea frequent akirnjuhing in tbe Shenan doah ralJey. Gen. Meade was etill in Philadelphia, unwell, tbe army being in command of Gen. Sedg wick. C special diepatch to the Bulletin, eajs that it is cfLciallr announced that Rosecrans has been assigned to the command of the Department of Missouri. It waa atated in tbe Hoa-e. that tbe Poat Office De partment i now self sustaining for tbe first time th'u fifteen jeaaa. , . , The Philadelphia Enquirer aays 1.200 rebels, who bad taken tbe oath of allegiance, arrire...

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. — 12 March 1864

61 'M II II II M 11 II II v II i i i 11 ,JsV IMM. Ill i ll - J M I II 111 i in in ii ii ii y T 7 WW WWW " W V "w ' lCBLIsriED WKRKLT BF I IIE.XKY l. WIIIT.NUY. J HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MARCH 12, 1SG4. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIM. X. 37. V1I0LEK.401, I I1 1 i I l THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Foreign Items. Tbe total tipenes of the common schools in Ver mont in 1863 were $276,000. Population C 15.726. A district in &mx county, Massachusetts, has elected a pauper to the Legislature to save tbe com. rnooitj in which he dwelt the ex rente of LU support. So oj9 the New Bedford Standard. The Bedouins, iajs the Levant Herald, have become so numerous and lawless of late in the Holy Land that it i unsafe to go even the shortest distance from Jerusalem. Jordan cannot be visited, having Lecome a Lard road to travel." Pickltp Fekt ibom Cbisa. A tub of pickleJ fe?t (of Chinese wonn) has teen received at the Hunterian Museum, Lrndon. Thej show tbe effect, of tbe Chinese system o...

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. — 12 March 1864

C O IdME R C I AL . SATURDAY, MARCH IZ, 164. Tit Juliana II A wry ha been tope of d.wajiwa the piat week, aud the rhar. -.-es cf her getting out of the trap with thre hole in to which ike had been ni'.-o:d.haTei:n well can vassed. If tbe Wyoming cM:Linu-?I alow to " U'h1 guard" at one of tb tulVti, til; 5rmm-s was ready for Sea, there c.o be little doubt that the Utter wuid escape wuhvut harm. If Ui Jamrttotcn amc I at Arooy-befure Semites aailcd, there b strong probability of an engagement in that port. If cn of our merchant or whaling captains had cammicJ of the Wyoming tbe Alabama wwld not hire been allowed to leave the dock without to attack, let the damage be what they might. They couldn't be over hundred HrOuuutJ dollar! at tb most, with aa " apology," whVh any commander could well afford to fire, if International rights dernaruW It. Slrild gimmes tret to tea md the chancea were la hn favor, if the Wyomiiuj cooUnued cny to M stand guard he would go to Kanagaws at once, where h...

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. — 12 March 1864

jJJ'- -2 - - --- THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. $11 JVuthovittu Trea.su ry Notice. Notice is nEEEar ciVEN to those who may have cUims upon the Treasury, maturing on or I before the 31st March next, that said cluiui3 are ! expected to be presented for payment upon that dxte or as Boon as practicable after it. Residents of the several Islands having demands c upon the Treasury, will confer a favor upon the I department by causing the Hame to be presented .v for payment as soon as possible after the above mentioned date, so that unnecessary delay may be avoided in closing the books of the Department. C. db VA111GNY, i Minister of Finance. March 10th, 40Z-3t JCutom House Peculations. i. Ox and after March 11th, 18C4, the charges rfjr Stamps and Blanks on Invoices valued at ten dollars and under will be one dollar ; on Invoices rained over ten dollars and not exceeding twenty dollars, one dollar and a half ; on Invoices valued 5 over twenty dollars, tho nsual charge of two dol- lairs...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 12 March 1864

THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. The Ianih Question. Probablv most of uur readers, in looking over the foreign, news of late, have been puzzled to know what the Schleswig-IIolstein question" maj be, to which euch frequent allusion is made, anl which threatens to be one of the tuany causes of war in Europe. Schleswi and Holstein are parts of Denmark, and hare descended from the middle ages as Duchies." They have an area at 6700 equare in ilea, and an aggregate population of about yOU.000, considerably less in both, than Masea-V-usctts. Holstein has seaports on the Baltic and the North Sea, whence its products of wheat, hemp, horses and caule find their way to the xaar&ets of Europe. The seat of government is Glacksbarg. and the principal cities Altona and Kiel, both of which are connected by railway with Hamburg. Schlcewig is noted for its great dairy farms. . It is almost surrounded by water, and inundations are frequent. The capital, Schlenwig, is an aneient city, formerly a ...

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. — 19 March 1864

4vA ; ) 1 1: is 1 i ;' ! j:' SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. V1I1.N. 38. WHOLE Ns. 4U8 . pirULlSIIED WEKKLV BV I HEXKV M. WHITNEY. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAHCJI 19. 1S04. i II II II V WW THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Foreign Items. Viclcbnrg is now co strongly fort i fie.! that it is believe! it couldn't be taken eren bj Gen. Grant. New York is crowded with visitors. There are one honored thon"nd stringers in the metropolis, and the New Yorkers take eoi all in. The cxGn of the King of Denmark weighed 3,000 pouri'l. It took thirtj men la boar and a quarter to get it down the grand staircase. There were 20,- 000 or 80,000 men in the funeral procession. Jeff. Divis's plantation is turned into a contraband camp. His property is abolitionited, if he is not. All his slaves are now free, though he took the treatebt pains to preserve to tbeaj and to himself all tie blessings of elaverj. The annual renting of pews in If. W. Beecher's church, amounts this je.ir to S3 1,000, which is the...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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