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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 19 March 1864

C O ZVX IVX 12 R C I A X. . SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 144. trrcr oar Ust we b to r.ote the imnl tr the bark A'dic foa Cotton, with an ascrv carjoof tnercha:id;ae whi-a find a fd market. Tfce Vnmirjtn't eirjo I. a teen ofT-red. an! sale- made at auctioo ly J ;i H. r,le,ad forpr.o -i .J.ta:rl. TI tark Richmond arrfnl Thur-lay recin fr-ji the Cost vf Cahf irti. wi'h lvUs. hnpUrli til. The bark Mnrtka returceui fn rjcru j about this group, duxg wLicb h :.. taken 'j0 tUi. pcrn cI, which at pre--ct price wUl pr-A a Aj reale a mxh as the aT..-rsge of th Cskforcia Cert. .: Th rrr.c l being Hi-ad? w.:h jrrt Ui -patch, and will r wTurjnr Uklig la her woi Carrcf oil and itUsd produce fh Srstof the wk.of wLi-,n be Las a full cargo a'K-C fcr. aad U a3 on cr about ,h ApriL Tb barks Ccmtt zxX J. ji Eldridje ax- both 1jI. pro dac a&ri wax n la all of oeit week. Oar coaWr are ail busily employ. bringing prodac from th tbT island, and tbe ftr ag trade proaijes to be br:k. Market quotation stand a la -f...

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. — 19 March 1864

rvtaTifv: PAOino Commercial Advertiser. ?(Jn utliovitiu ,j Treasury Notice. Kotice is hereby GIVEN to tho6e wbo may bava cUima upon the Treasury, maturing on or before the 3 1st March insr., that said claims are expected to be presented for payment upon that date or as soon as practicable after it. KeaUnta of the several Islands having demands upoo the Treasury, will confer a favor upon the department bv causing the same to be presented far ptjment as soon as possible after the above mentioned date, so that unnecessary delay may be avoided in closing the books of the Department. 5 C. dz YARIGNY, Minister of Finance. March 10th, 1WV 407-0t Custom House Regulations. Ox and after March 11th, 1804, the charges for Stamps and Blanks on Invoices valued at ten dollars and under will be one dollar ; on Invoices valued over ten dollars and not exceeding twenty dollars, one dollar and a half; on Invoices valued over twenty dollars, the usual charge of two dol lars and a half. W. F. ALLEN, Col...

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. — 19 March 1864

TH22 PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. (From the Sacramento t'nion, Feb. CO.) Opening ol IIic .Spring Cnmpnin. Ficlilin? ii Frbrnnrr Er? the snow rue'ts awaj the ftiug hura of winter quartern are abandoned for the lonj march and the tun cf buttle. The camp fires are queucbeJ. am! the eerrscJ columns are io motion for the fielJ. The Government his deci'ied not to give the euemy anj more time to recruit their armies. Except upon the lUppabanaock, oar forces are again actively etnplojr f J, and great results may be expected before the ptoiczof that spring campaign fur which the rebel hife been preparing. There are t&atij cnsi JeratioLs in fttor of this prompt adoption of a vigorous policy. The forces cf the eoeiuj are vastly inferior to those we bare in the field. Tha rebels are glooraj under the bhiviow of defeat. It la of the first importance that they thoul l not be allowed to recuperate in pur suance of the strenuous programme formed at Rich mool. A succession of blows during tbii...

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. — 19 March 1864

ID J - -a I Bf ilk ill II II 111 II .1 t'CHLlSIf ED WRKKLY BY I'KNKV M . V Ji IT X E Y. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. MAKCJ1 W. 1S(M. SIX DOLLARS PGR AVM'M. i VOL. Vlll.No.3S. WIIOLC Ns. IOS. 2 SD Co ) 4 V IT no? I ! ii ii ii 'J 1 THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Foreign llisccllsuiy. Jer.erHl Grant, we learn from goo- authority, in of the opinion that the whole .Southern country will be l th coromiD-l of the federal government by the firt of next July. Florida baa entered upon the work of reconstruc tion, with the abolition of slavery included. The first movement was made ar St. Augustine, the oldest towL in the States, united or disunited, as it wa9 founded in 15C5 years before Jamestown or Ply mouth were thought of. The Texas Legislature refuses to make Confederate nots a legal tender. As the Richmond Examiner' ays. Confederate paper is only fit for wrapping par cels. Ere long there will be nothing to wrap in it. In spite of the guerillas, there is a great trade on the Mississipp...

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. — 26 March 1864

s. V., . if . . i if ii I ti ii it tr 1 : : : P 4 I('UIISIIF.n WEKKl.Y HI iu:m.i i. wmrxti. $ .HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAKCII 20. 1S64. SIX POLURS PER AXM'M. VOU VIII. N. SO. WHOLE Nu409. THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. (Of the gaiuaiinn glands. JLahaJna Revisited. With three good packcta running to Lahaina, all starting the same evening, passengers for Maui often find it difficult to chooe which to take, as each has its recommendations, patrons anl admirers. Steam, however, with us out- weighed, anl for certainty and speed must always tike the jalui, so, armed with a pair of sadJie-bags, and accompanied by a troop of juveniles U.-nt on making the most of a two week's vacation, we jumped on to the deck of the fteaai schooner Annie Ixiurie, C'apt. McGre gor, and in a trice were steaming oat of Hono lulu harhor, windward-bound. Ei-ht or ten cabin passengers, for whose accommodation the vehsel could only boaet six bertha, w-jth a crowd of deck passengers, so thick that one could...

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. — 26 March 1864

COIYIIYIEIlCiyLI,. SATURDAY, MARCH 26. 1564. Stsc our Last tame, the arrivals at this port embrace four whafeatrfps, briajrfnj into port abul 'JOOO barrels of oiL At Hilo tiro whalers ire alto reported below. At Kiii.f, tlx Cemrttas Borland. Ilotnaa. has arrived, 4 J months out fix in ' New Bedford, with 120 barrels sperm. ' The total azxmat f oil arrived at thra- 1 -lands '.his spring is tbout 7.400 barreia, of which 1600 barrels are at windward ' ports. Most of this would be (hipped home, cere a vessel here ready to Uke IC As it is. the balk of it will be Unded and stored to await the first ship that may arrive. s Probably three or fcur thousand barrels will yet be broaghMrrwhich, owing to the risk of taking It North and the scarcity f oil la Eastern markets should be sect home. The supply of il iu home ports Is decreasing rapidly, which promise to enhance the price cuofiderar'y before the close of the year. M-Hiej i being advanced to whaleshlps at oO per cent, dis ecuni oa tbtlr ...

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. — 26 March 1864

Commercial Advertiser. JVntlioritg. Treasury Notice. Notice is hereby ciTEX to those who may hate claims upon the Treasury, maturing on or before the 31st March inst., that said claims are expected to be presented for payment upon that da.se or as soon as practicable after it. KesiJnts of the tteveral Islands having demands upon the Treasury, will confer a favor upon the department by causing the same to be presented for p:ivtu-nt at n as possible after the above mer:i" "i Utf, that unnecessary delay may riftY- i closing the books of the Department. C. de VAR1GXY, Minister of Finance. JCsrch 100., 407-3t Custom House Regulations. f) amo after March 11th, 18G4, the charges for Scamps and Blanks on Invoices valued at ten J, j! tars and under will be one dollar ; on Invoices valued over ten dollars and not exceeding twenty dollars, one dollar and a half; on Invoices valued ott twenty dollars, the usual charge of two dol lar and a half. W. F. ALLEN, Collector Genera! of Ciuloui. .A prov...

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. — 26 March 1864

Iff I 1 1 , ' : t i 1 ( : i r ! ' t ; i ! f i 1 1 THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. "From the Watchman and Eeflectur Men of Our Times. BY JIBS. HARRIET BKECDtR STOWE. A visitor in our national Caj.itol eaii, jointing t4 the busts of WasLington and Fran LI iu which adorned its -rauJ halls, ' See there! That revo lution was sin era oF great men. You can set? it by their very heads. We have no great meu inw-a-dajs." roeeibly wo have," waa the re i.ljr. The great men of that daj were net known ti their contemporaries as we know them, since bistorj has fully set forth their work, and ehrjwn what they accomplished. Washington and Franklin stood in their day aa open to criticism aa Lincoln, Ctuise and Butler in ours, and per baps in some future day, looking on their busts la the Capicol, our descendants may shake their head and s-iy, b, there are no such great men now! JWe nave thought a brief .series of the portraits of the men of our times the history toakers of our day miht not bo unin...

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. — 2 April 1864

1 Mwf mt ill m n il II II II II r; a - - IrilLISIIF:D WEKKLV UY UK.VK1 31. Wllll.XHY. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APIML 2, IS64. C SIX DO 1.1, A KS PER ANNUM. t VO Lm VIII 4 O. V HOI.E: X. 4 1 0 . mm Ik THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. XSLiiiTil ?lrc toller Df lite gairaiian Jslancls. Leaving Lahalrm for East Mcui. Tourists tisi'.ing East Maui, bare three modes of going on from Lab a? n a bj steam or tail to Kalepo lepo or Mateo a, bj schooner to Kahuloi. aod borte back "oter the mountain." Each route has its recommendations, bat the lover of the picturesque will choose the latter. Leaving Lahaina at feir o'clock id the morning to avoid the hot ran. we rode over a level and eandj plain which skirts the foot of the mountains to Olnalu, where the road ascenda, tut instead of leading over the mountains, it, more correct It speaking, runs around it. The mountains cf West Maui Lave an elevation of 000 feet, and the road ascends perhaps 1600 feet. It is passable for animals, but might b...

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. — 2 April 1864

C O iYTIYI E II O IA Is . SATURDAY, APRIL 2. 14- Tin part wrtk bu Lroashc iu ma annnaxMy Ute flert of forwiffs vessels, idc( whh have been three fmm Pn?et Sjood and five frees 8aa franeifco. The advice from the Tatter port embrace three wt-ris' dates, frotn February 20 to March 13. An extensive drought had occurred throughout the fraie-irr. rinj diitriets cf CaEfcrnia. which threatened U cans a. scareit y in the grain cnr- Th'xisar.d of cati and sheep had pertabed from want of watr. Tie price of all trains as weil aa hay had aJvanoed, and will continue L'gh Ull Lmpcrta Uom from other countries arrive. tfoM had floctnafed very much In the New York market drinf March, ranging trvta Z2 to 70 per cent, prcalao, the general teaieaey being a tdl higher premium. This arises to flreo any scarcity La gold, but from the great specaUtloas !a :t dow systematically carried ca In the Atlantic cities. from ao toteresUog business circular Issued by Merr. C. C R rooks 4 Co.. for toe Omirard. and dat...

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. — 2 April 1864

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Election Notice. a XtatitA a racjincy has occurred in the Elec tion Di9tfct of Honolulu, in the Island of Oabu, lf the decea of the Honorable William Web g&, tbe late Representative of the said District. Notice ia therefor hereby given that an election for Keprwentative for the said District, in tbe poooi of the raid Honorable William Webster, will be boldcn at the Court House in Honolulu, Oo Monday, the 18th day of April, 1864, at 8 'c!f, A.M. Pfttd this 24tb day of March, A. D.. 1S64. Jc. MosToowsar, 1 Police Justice of Honolulu, j Inspectors of J. S. Low. I the Election Dis- Scconl Su perin tendent. f Irvrt of Honolulu, Asa. FoajtASDta, I Oabu. Tax Collector. J .frOIST lICfTS BT THE MINISTER OF THS INTERIOR. Commissioners or Private Wats. VaIALCA. i)HC. J. V. Anderson. V. C. Lane. J. II. KuVo. Kora. Oac. W. II. Pea, vie R. a. Davis, resigned. Commissioners or Fences, Stc. - KaoLcroo, Oax. R.. B. Armstrong, 8. Andrews, 19. Breoala. go a, OaW'. 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. — 2 April 1864

a s i i n i TH2 PAOIFIO Commercial Advertiser. j. SERMON rrrcbr4 by KrT. E. Crvin, I'aior of flic r'rc Sum L'barh. Sa b ku I It evritiu;;, .March 2tih. 1SGI. Itllliliefl toy rorme.st. Aro I will v:r Jurunn as a mi? wrptrH a pish, wiriso it, aid Tcaisa tr rri:iK II Ki-iss 21: 13. The Bible U one of the plainest of book?. Not without its heautieft of ill j-tration and of lan uag, where beauties ara tuoat fitting, there is in ic no studied grace, certainly no monotony of elegance, n j tedious cimeneda of style: now we Lavti a wild wail of lamentation and woe, as it were the spontaneous outburst of nrifcf pent up which could no longer be restrained : now we have a sturdy forco of Id ngnage, resistless and iznpc-tuoas as .& mountain torrent: now a lofty grandeur, in which language labors to give ex pression to the sublimity of thought : now a pem of beautv unsurpassed, and now a hoinelv feimile. which none can fail to comprehend. A divine revelation, sot far scholars alone, but for m...

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. — 9 April 1864

a it A'' P f SIX DOLLARS 1'KR ANNUM. VOL. VIII. N. 41. WHOLE N.4t 1 ,.i KMSliF.D WKKKI.r Hi' f HONOLULU, JIAWAI LtX ISLANDS, AJ'Itl L 0, 1S6-1. !U I J If' ay s MSSBSSStfBMhA SBfBSSSWI3SBn , -I JJ I I THE FACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Of the gatraiian Jnlancls. 3Iaul llrvltlt?l. We left our readers at the roadside on the West Sliui mountain, to listen to a short narrative of a returning tourist from Mt. Ilaleakala, which lay ttretcho.l before nn in one of the most beautiful pano ramas that these inlands affor.l to travelers. With LIui we ascen!ed the L.fiy mountain, birouncfcctl on iw terj crot, enjojeJ the cool mountain air, the ionft and the sunrise, and fainted on memory's Uhlet a pictnre of the roost wonderful crater in the world. Let us ren.ouut our rested animal: and hasten down the hill to the plain that lies at the base tif the mountains and connects the two highlands of this bland like an isthmus. It is supposed that, at oine tery remote period. East and West Maui were sepa...

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. — 9 April 1864

i 4 I r v i i IP; H It r it- t : s : h!" I I it ! I I I It (If i 2 ! it i! r i - i: i! i :i it ii i i ! i ! i ? ! t : t 4 : 1 Hi ! ! t COTrTTVTERCITlI.. SATURDAY, APRIL 9. 1m1. i a marine rnft this week chronicles oo'y the arrival of fill. rj and masters. WhaL-sbips are hurrying forward thrir r cruili i;, aud taking '.heir dtparture tr the Arctic aud Af&iig the arrival wKI be observed Cat of the Dark Sarah it arrrn, of han Francisco, fr- m a rrui&c in the Gulf of Cali.Vr. i.tt. itie wme in ft recruit ( r the northern sea.-on. San Kr.T. ico stay effer superior advantages as a t fvr whale. hip la want of men a;, J recruits, but owets of wraleahips, t rtiJiH j there evidently can't se it in that light do icre than iu: t-r ran who w-nt ui there a'ter the last season North. Wr h'irJ one master in particular state that he made a mistake i v p-.i.-i;j in to San Francisco aa he was usable to g-t a decent ha n an out cf the few Pho were presented by shipping mas-i-r i li--al-u-xt! r ...

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. — 9 April 1864

i rACinc Commercial Advertiser. Juilt0ritg. IVoticc. ' TO ALL PLANTERS. The Kins being 2e?irou to give an impulse to the agriculture of this Kingdom, in the in terest of the Planters, and of the prusjierity and wealth of all classes, Ills Majesty directs the undersigned to ascertain of all Planters, or of their Agents, what additional labor each Planter jj requires for the successful cultiration of his v estate what number of Chinese or other Asiatic lahortrs each Planter would take what wages each Planter will engage to pay to each laborer imported per month, besides food and lodging what sum per man each Planter would engage to pay on the ai rival of the Iaoorers in Honolulu for what term of years each Planter would require the laborers to be contracted for, and whether he would wish the laborers to come with their wives and children ? These particulars are necesBary to enable His Majesty's Government, with full knowledge of what w urished and wanted, to frame and combine a plan f...

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. — 9 April 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. War in Ttiropc If Inevitable Consequences. The Movr has rtii ttruck.;. (Ivrinanv, with hr Mrtv-two million f -lul.ttiufi, Una In-va-l.el anJ attacked Ui-nixiar', with h-r two iiiilli -jns of jwple and Ukt li:'Ie titwy of forty thouu.nJ. TLe latter, however, hjis not recoilctl from the attack, but ttanchi hrvely up to defend what nhe deems her unalterable right. The I lanes are t tmall a nation that all companion ttween theia and their ene::Jes is ridiculous. TLey Iwive, as we stated above, but forty thousand troop", and can expect but twenty thousand from iCedn. The (Jernians, hence, to take a military of this conflict, may look own their prey as -eure, the more i us England, fpite of her evident desires in the matter, cannot act alone in favor of Denmark, and that France, for purposes of her own, will not act jointly with England in thia question. It is evident that Napoleon wi-hes to bLow to the world the want of jtower and in fluence which mars ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 April 1864

wmmmmmm a i . ft 4 r U H II 1 II II II II .'IBLISIIEI) W'ERKI.Y III' I UEXRY M. WHIT.VKV. tub PACinc Commercial Advertiser, (Of the ausiiian islands. Maul ICcivIsltetl. !jeain; . early in the morning, we the Tilbgof Wuiluku, distant a short two niil?s, in tli to hreatfafct at the hospitable tall t.f Rev. W. I. Alexander, the doors of who?e dwelling are ever opeii to the traveler. L&xnibg that a gentleman re?iJing there, had re cently made an excursion to the euminit of the West Maui Mountains, which rise very abruptly in the rear or the valleys that skirt their base, we requested hra to write an account of it, which we iwrt here. U'deacriLea a trip which is r-el-djui made by travelers, among the wildest and most romantic of our island scenery, and con tuns some incidents entirely new, even to Hawaiian residents. The West Maui Mountains. Mr. Editob: U your invitation, I furoifch a short account of the mountains of West Maui, fur the ben efit of these of your readers who will aoon...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 April 1864

c o ivl m Hit o i ax. . irrir-jr jr-mr. i i-- Ire 1 v.t .f uh the I u--fv tjtf tu-i i-f r .-!. J. U-"" lln7 "!' Lav..? btfcl. 1,1 I'''5 ballw . B.'U l.f' fcitt J.'pl LJ tfct i.'-'t tbt It ai-".ls kilt iIumJ Lr. U'.I kii ih-r vrAt; .f th ttX' ut( !LtiJ U fwKW. C-U. U?e p..-t ie rrilj fve -. L- ;'C. acl w.-l .u to .lay -t Ji-i.-Uti t.n.i.f a luaiJ I- ij f t.i-Jie. lit iLU .uLtiu.le.) 'w -r dr ;.-.". -I cf tc U'iU,r fJ J-cru It HT. tfVJ. re fci..y fc fc.sion aci fc.-firn Hri M ttc -. U.e? six i-t .er ICw UiS of prie l hippel f. oa this j.ort J -ru. it ps.it Co , Ih. J teru;t.' ft frsLy t .Jrtrr of tfar irffcv 4fl w7 fwrr-a trvi, uJ ttuU .ball require carry u i--'-y I i raj.jo for at at 100 Uin monthly. Tbe oroi Jf oar pMUvbs ttii sear will I dottle what Zl was .n 1, i.:t ii we to provide f-r it. 1; ifcax tbe Rega-'ar Lpauh l-inr im to have a t- P of VX or S"W toes barthen, of superior saiiia' o,u:;u. Tais will be a great acqiitwn. a&d if she could Lire pro pCr attached, It would re...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 April 1864

PACiric Commercial Advertiser. Jii thoritn. JKloctiou jSTotico. iiik vacancy ha occurred in the Elec tion I)i'ct of Honolulu, in the Island of Oahu, . tbe dwe of the Honorable William Web- tte late Representative of the said District. Notice i3 therefor hereby given that an election for a Representative for the tuid District, in the ,oota vC th ?aid Honorable William Webster, be hoUcn at the Court House in Honolulu, eoMday, the 18th day of April, 1SGI, at 8 0'c&, A. M. pvd U-t 21'-l of March, . D.. 14 Jsn. MoSTiiOXtfaV. Police Justice of Honolulu. J. S. Low, Pcvd Saperlntrtfclent. A IK. F4B5AXDIB. TiX Collector. Inspector o f IV- Election Dis trict of Honolulu, OsUu. SATURDAY, APRIL 1G. We have received a number of communications in reply to the somewhat singular one from L. published in onr List. Having given place to 1h, we cannot do lesa than j-ublLih the following, which are only a portion of those received, but all we hare room for. "J. B. and his Critics. (Correspondence o...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 April 1864

o MMMMOMHI - '; !? f, 5- i'- it Con j in e re i a 1 .A d ve ni e r. '.it Z.'T.li. 1S64. 1864. SrGAR AXD MOLASSES TOBIW. EEEAGEER & Co!. TO LET! A COMFORT A B I-K DWELLING - A IC WHirECOOOS, TjISKC K.XOTIoj, Trre-i, it, fa. Yroa PIOXLER .MILLS. LIHJI.Ni ! i- 2- P ( OMIXC IN iXD rOR JiLK IN TO LETT- . a nKsiRABLEcomcr.rssn:- ; 1 1S64. IS64. ter ii ' m-T W, .v"j' !. Ji.-.v.r . 4.- -i. -., i-jf .-r-: an tin Li,-r. Tit fa.-'l in t - t r- r-' t Zj '. V'-iiT W.it - i. wrVj-jCV "-r .; r.T-r ;vt Uajt. ;ie Ca.rrf l.A.-r, i;t L-w-v.i S. C; t-rvva cur var?. . ti rzr.-r r-. -r - k.iii ; J j cnwsi wfc - ir-. t ;--. t---- .I------ fc:iv rkr-rtf -Jt ymzf 'K l , 1" L-r "-- ia tLc i-i0t fli. t'itff k! t-r r .--. .------- -2 l!a . 'sft r T. t:.Jt a. J jC i.?t, jij a - rt.' - u. J V IMx a T I . . t( if?. S, ti i cm iu ssr - n crts r 7t L&a 2rvis uur j ll vf i. V ti. I! t u a.r- I lra Wfl ,J CL tur tyT a vx. jw. i i.i i ibc i-eJ y Li Jr -c tK--f, Via r te ri. tJ. ; yetcri aJ rr. Tilt; Great Iiiu...

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