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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 28 May 1864

T"T'ir n mm iVTV tUTitt " i'f 'jyi-nl'lii X ( ID II Pl'BI.I'il'Kn WKKKI.l" IJV HfcXRV M. WIUTMiV. JIOXOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 2S, IS6-1. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM, VOL. V I II. No. 4 t. WHOLE No. 41tf 17 A II w a THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, John Lillle John. BY CHARLIS XACKAT. John Little John was i Launch and strong, I'pright and downright, sconinz wrong; lie gave gool weight, and paid his way, lie thought lor himself and he said hU say; Whenever a rascal strove to pass. Instead of silver, money of brass, He took his hammer and said with a frown, 4Th- coin is parlous, nail It down '" John LUtte John maintained the ri:ht, Thrr.uKh storm and shine, in the world's despite, Vh:n iecious men with words expert, The b-ntt truth would still pervert; Or try ly threats to gain their can?, KVn though they should pervert the laws : Nay, nay, saiJ John, with an angry frown, The coin is spurious, nail it down." IVhrn toll that events might justify A false and crooked policy; That a decen...

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. — 28 May 1864

At Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, from January 1st to May 28th, 1864. DAT. JtATIO. flA.--. CArTAIX. Fr-bruary ft American.. March 1 do 1: do 14 Jo IU. French.... 17 AiMnnn.. 19 !o 'JO d "I di 23 do 23 lo 117 do It irk M.ip.... Park Miip. . .. RirU M.ip ... IUrk Hark hip.... liars. ... hip. ... ISark C.-ttlgT'-.... : K. C Join t. . riol? ....... ! Karopa ...... Martha 21... ... tranburjf. ... I law . . . . ... J-rn if an.. ... Cnmby.... ... Dailey li-neraJ Tete..... ; Richmond ........ j Catherine. ........ : Emily Morgan.... Kupr.ratti Onward .... 'J. I. Thompson .. ' N tie ' Katnrhaiaeha V.... Morel K--!lv..... Phillip... Athearn... II?thaway. Allen :rwii. . . . Fish li.irK T Hawaiian. Hark Lonjt . 2S American.. sIif i. Cornehap How land. Iloman do d do do do do do do !hip....iTho. lJi..ka.... Mewart. Hark.... i Flore nee S-ricer. Hark j Pearl ,,ul1 Bwk....! Ann Church.. ?hip. . . . trjre II jwland ... J-)tie. . . 2h: 29 1; o ?! S 8 April IUrk....''ercury Ship....iHllman Il.wk.... jTa...

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. — 28 May 1864

I - pAcirio Commercial Auveniser. . m am SATURDAY, MAY2S. 2n Svutliovttit. Xt has pleased the King to approve of Jons L. JikmRD, tIie Secretary of the Legation of L"nitei States, to act fur and perform the function of His Excellency the Minister Resident f the eaid United States, during his absence on jtour throughout the Islands of this Kingdom. II. C AVtllie. Foreign OS.e, 21th May, IS1. CoPV OF TKA3LATI05. ViroLEON ; ly the Grace of God and the Na tional Will, Emiieror of the French: To all who the presents shall sec : Greeting : On the report of our Minister, Secretary of cate for Foreign Affairs, have decreed and do decree as follows : Article 1st. Mon. C. de Varigny is appointed Kni's'1 f ur Imperial Order of the Legion of Honor. Article 2nd. Our Minister, Secretary of State It the Department of Foreign Affairs, and the Grand Chancellor of the Order, have charge, in their respective capacities, of the execution of the present decree. Given at Our Palace of the Tuileries, this ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 28 May 1864

THE PAOIVIO Commercial Advertiser, (front ll liiutrat-l LMl-n N, March iih ) The I-alr ltiii oHflic icli llnn$N. Sanil- We have lat-If lu'ard have i.iu'if Heard imu-ii g( a crowing ci? ! - ! i!izutiii ontl i.'lirixlianitj in tin... itiiirtur.t trrour til iI.iiiJs whirli lunm u lialf-wi- n:itiri J.-t wcin A meruit aid Ana, in Hie .oi. 1 acuic Ocvuti I lie young hm, wlio; tintirIy Uutli i now aiiintcl by ull wlio ft-rl un in'jr(tt in tfn moral ntui int ll'-lual j-rorcMi of tluIawaiian rare or in tint !itiil irtl. j inli nce.'j.f ' S.in-1 wicli lilariili, was iriuVitl u hny fclli with tli iiunu inl m.irirn'rs of mi Kiili.h ge Vi'Miian. W irrave hit I'ortrait umi u !: If Iim tialacu at Honolulu, from ihot""rpl" 011 t' tl" Prt lib latu M.ij.-tjr .!eniuJT Li'oiiho lolani, who rciiH-d und'T the Ijrn.u'tic iinjj- of Kauu'liaiii'.'- fia IV., wa born on the 'Jlli cv". rYbruary, 1X34 J 13 was the grandson oi Kanict,.iii'!ia tho limit. l-in: the 011 of Kckuanaoa, y. warrior of the tinui uf the ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 4 June 1864

it r Pl HMMIKI' WKKKliV ISV I UK.VKV M. Will TNEY. HONOLULU, JI AAV All AX ISLANDS, JUNE- 1, 1SIU. SIX DOLLARS IF.U A XX CM. vhol.l:x. 4 1 VOL. V 11 1.. No. 41). CirtTillll n V 11, THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser, From vur Kilra of Monday, 3iy 30t. .A.i?rival of tlae II.1MIUI1C DARK "lATIiilLU!" Capt. FOKKES, 18 Days from San Francisco. Four Days Later Telegraphic News. EXCITIXG NEWS LeeAttacks Grxaixt CJcn. Lec Falling: linck Toward iSicIiinucicI. Butler Cuts oiT Communication Be tween fieauregard and Lcc. Sctlwick ami Wads worth Killed. Gen. Sherman Advancing into Georgia. Gold JF'o.llinpr X5 X-2. We are unIer obligations to Caj'tuina Babcock and Waterman for papers, from which we cull the following The San Francisco public give evidence of their loyalty by shouts and cheers for the Union suc- The Bulletin fays : The joyous excitement caused by the news of (.rant's and Butler's On to Richmond' movement, did not subside yester day, but rather increased after our paper had been we...

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. — 4 June 1864

COXVIIVIEIIOIAI.. SAT LRU AY, JLXE. ttru our Ust we have t nott the arrival vt the Hamburg lark Cctirina an I Anier:cin Upper hip ianui the for irer calling to refill water cask, ami the latter en route for Baker's I'lanJ, f r a loa.1 of gaano. The depirtures tare been lt bark J. A. Eldridgr and Comet. It San Francisco ; the barkentine Constitution t-r Victoria; Cathrina and Honjlony for Hongkong, l clipper ship Lookout tot New Bedford. Tbe San Francisco packets both tok away full cargoes of produce anl a fair lUt of pa-neDgers, and the Constitution a small lot of island produce. Tragic baa been somewhat doll the past week. A large sale of Chinese fancy ware will take place this r truing, at the new itor, corner of Nuuanu and King streets. The barks Diana, Onuard and iouny Hector may be lcokd t t duriog the coming week from San Francisco. The liana U serking freight for Hongkong. America Cowmhrie. Gov. Seymour, In his last message, ys: The destruction 4 American shil'I'ing by armed ...

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. — 4 June 1864

v. PACinc Coiinnerchil Advertiser. SATURDAY. JUSE . 25u uthoniv. jLt a meeting of the Privy Council, convened ter aC the residence of II- II. H. Princess foaianulu, who presided, th following reso lution was pMscd, viz : RtsokeJ, That thw Council advise His Maj eJtj the Kin t command the Minister of Inte rior, he instructed to enter into an arrangement with a coatj.-t'-'nt irson to proceed to euch oftr7 oT c,,u,trf-!, a3 way be most advanta geous for procuring labor, and to enter into arrangements with Planters and others for the defrayment of the expenses of the bringing in of emigrants, and Vj make such contracts with Planters as will be just to employer and employ ed, and safe and advantageous to the country. D. Kalakaca, Secretary Privy Council. MosniWACA Hale, Honolulu, June 2, 1S64. Notice to Planters and Others Interested in the Importation of Laborers. As a result of the various meetings of the Planters Society and of the investigations and reports made by a Joint Committee,...

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. — 4 June 1864

.5- 'i,v 1,.jtvS.";s. 1 1 i ? it the PAcinc Commercial Advertiser. I,lc Foreign LYcivs. CijnttnutJ from first Pij' . vroiinde-d is established- A Washington tWegrani ?ays information was received lasrn'ght that the rebel ram in Alfv marle SunJ vaa attacked and sunk by the I". S. Pt earner Sissnmx. Nov Vork. May 10. The If -raid has the fol lowing m regard to the tattles of r riday and Sa turday ; At 5 o'clock in the morning the contest was renewed against our line and rear. The hum of Kittle cume from all quarters. From certain indication- it was conclud-.-u that General Lee waj reinforceing Longstreet cn Hancock's front, and part of the Durnside's Corps accordingly r r Mar loiit. .Uti.,wv - - - - . r)f , .;n at buzzard Koost. just n-rth i f Dilton. taryunton dated f,ur 1' M Ia,t even.n f rci rented a, a verv rrS position. ,ay: Ih-rutcnes hay ju-t ,ya received fru u h Jt nnM - drive t:!e nv (,rant In-y are not fully decohered, but he ii fwm oa a Kesaca n to tJ laebmona. f f T) , Thi...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 June 1864

Q? IT I TTTi i i mm nawi :v - -T -... - P2 v x - L. , I ." - iaoi plblisii ki week i.v KV KV. THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser! Lt il Pa. Let farmer gru les pas'." ltakspeare. B not ifl to take oT-rn.e ; Let it pas. Anjer L a foe to sni ; Let it pais. trxxl oot darVty o'er wrong Which will "apj.er ere long ; Rather sing thii cheery song Let it pa. Let it pas. Suite corrodes th purest tnind i lt it ps- As the unregarded wind. Let it pass. Any vulgar smiI that lire 5Iay condemn without reprieve ; TU the noble who forgive. Let it pass, Let it pass. Echo not an angry word ; Let it paw. Think Low often yoa have erred ; Let it pass. Since our jVys must pass away. Like th dewdrops on the spray, Wherefore should our sorrows stay ? Let it pass, Let it pass. If for good you've taken ill ; Let it pass. Oh, be kind and gentle still , Let it pass. Time at last makes all things straight ; Let os not resent, but wait, Ami our triumph shall be great Let it pass, - Let it pass Bid your anger to dep...

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. — 11 June 1864

COIYTIVIERCIAI,. SATURDAY. JLXE II. 164 Aaaiviu from foreign ports, ince oar last, have been. Am crura a barks .V- 5. I erkins. with lumber, from Puffet Bound, mod whaling rark Martha, from N w Bedford; Hi waiiaa schooner Odi Fti:tc, from Baker's Island ; English schooner Kmi' .Idimt, frvm La Tax, Mesicn, and Oldenburg bark Di-tnm an J bark Onward from S-to Francisco. Tb bark Martha cootinaed on her voyage nor: h tbe fame Jay. American clipper ship Z?anr and bark .Y. 5. Perkins sailed during the week, th farmer to load guano at Baker's Island, the latter for Victoria. Fran Sao Fraocisco ropers f Dote arrival of th bark JeM7 Hector and Fa wire, hence the Y . on, tbe lth Ma la 30 days, the I", oo the 20;h May, in IS days. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Ship.' Mnlla. For Kurin per Ka Ml. thU day. Fur UBilii per Nettie Merr II this day- For 9a Faascuco per Onward, Jane Jstb- POUT OI HONOLULU. H. I. ABKIV.ILS. J see 6 cio. oat from New from Puget iXm wh har Martha. Thomas Bedford wit...

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. — 11 June 1864

PAOiric Commercial Advertiser SATURDAY. JUNE 11. JVuthovtttf- IT HAS PLEASED HIS MAJESTY the King la appoint their Excellencies Charles Gordoh IIoPKixa ami Charles de Varigxv Members of; the Board of Education. Eouc Office, Honolulu, June 8. 1S64. List of Ascs.sor Appointed. For the Year 1864,. IiLAXD OF HAWAII II ilo John Porter' Puna.... ......... ....D. Keawehano Kan J. B. Meakia N. Kon II. Kanua . Kona J. Davis, jr N. K..h .U J. Wiuht t. K hIa J- V. Davia Ilaniakua W. K. iMvia ISLAND OF MAUI Lafcaina J. W. II- Kauwahf Wailuka T. Forsyth Makaao Thos. Everett H-na C. K. Kakaui MOLOKAI 1- Kaoi.eal.ina LA N A I ...NaliUitd ISLAND OP OAI1L Kara VVaianae Knhaof.lono VVaialua J- W. Keawehunahala Koi.ala J- -M- Kalanipoo KUupko B. Armstrong Honolulu ....W. II. Prase I5I.AXD OP KACAI Hanalei .D. McHri.le Anahola... . ........ .-T. Kamahalo Lihu- E. Krult Ktda W. LiliKalani Waiji - Kauai MI II AC Kamalenal C. de VAKIQNY, Department of Finance. Honolulu, Jane 19, ISO I. THE following offic...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 11 June 1864

THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. The Iloy.'il Iiiitcijiiiic. From the Lon.lon Court Circular, M.irch lUh. Due arrangements were made in the chirK-'l for the performance of the t.terel rite. T rows of chairs, one on each side of the cen tre, were appropriate I to the use of the Queen, th? sponsors ami the royal personages invited to be? present. The priucijl compartuents or pews, of which there are four, (two en either side of the chapel.) were aligned to the representatives of foreign Powers connected with the lioval family, to the Cabinet Ministers, and to the other official dignitaries wh were present without tak ing an active part "i the ceremony. The altar wa lined with rriiuson velvet, paneled with gold lace; and on the communion table were placed the gold vessels used in the sacrament. Seats of crimson and gold were ranged w ithin the rails of the communion table for the officiating clergy. The font was placed in advance of the hnut pas, immediately at the head of the two ro...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 18 June 1864

rstini nTi i ft i 1 - - I ; M n a - - .V - J - 17 1 M - - n mm a m pCBLISHF.I) U'KKKI.Y liV 1 UKSKV M. WHITNEY. J HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE IS. 1SG4. SIX DOLLAKS PER ANM M. 1 VOL. Vlll.No. ol. WHOLE No. 421. ft 1 J "VV II ' -r'Li- :-c. 'jrs "rtll-:" -'v..v j - . -:.:.- ; THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertise!. We were forel with a reading, anl have leave to puMIsh some extracts from letter home of one of cor II iwaii boys. whose initials will le recognized j mtnj frien ls. It is interesting, not only s coin in? from one cf oar own, bat as revealing theexltel feelirg with which many a man and many an officer .is inspired in this war for right and freedom. TsriT Simp "Usitd Ptatp?," t Cnt-tArcAKK Bat, March 4, 1564. $ Most pnnjrly and enzitj am I ensconced in an arm chair in the U lies saloon, on thi new and elesant Steamer of 12)3 tons. We have on bord 1800 col ored MMicn, lounl f r Hilton Read. S. C. The eve 13 lovely as lovely can be, but rather chilly. So after goinjr all over t...

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. — 18 June 1864

rr i ! ) I 1 ' I . ! COiyirERCIAL. SATLROAY, JCSEW 1VU. BT the Hetttr and I'anic? our adrlces of the San Francisco market are to the 1st of June. The Yankee ha-1 a handsome ran from this port, arrivin? over on the morning of the 20th May, 17 days pansage.and hr passage clown of only 12 days, ia npiaily noteworthy. The market fr island pnduce f.rtr, but owing to the Chanjea soon t- take ettVct in the American tariff, sales were restricted, importer and dealers awaiting the action of Con great. It i probable that ;be ratea will be reduced after Ju'jr 1, to 3, 3j aod 4 cu. per lb. Bcoau were quotable at 91213 ct. In the Bulletin we notice an attempt to nalm o? China sugar) as Hawaiian, which now deservedly rank as Cn.t in the California trade. The M lowing ia the it-m : Jones' Rendixen are to sell, on Friday net. at puMic auction, 772 keps China sugar. These are imported on the abip'a manifest as "Tuns." They are. however, made to re semble Sandwich Island pv:kires, being nlm- exact im...

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. — 18 June 1864

Commercial Advertiser. SATURDAY, JUNE 18. n JVutltovittf J II. MOKIT is appointed Tax Assessor for the District of Lahaina, Maui, in lieu of J. VT. C. de VARIGNY. Dtrk-tcjent ot Finance, June 16th, 1964. The following persons have been elected, ac cording to official returns received at this office, to, serve as Delegates at the approaching Con tention. OA II LT. !S. I. bowsett, ii. V. J mid, T. Met.-alf, W. 1'. Wood. hoxolclc ETTA nJ VTA I AN A E Kahaleaahu. tr r t r l... 1 1.1 i- Anu-tcd, K.OLAL"LA L'keke. KOOLALFUKO Chas. II. JudJ. MAUI. LAIIAIX A- J I' W" "- Kauwahl, MAKAW AO-J. P. Oreen. WAILUKU Noa Kepoikai. K A A N A I A LI J. A. Nauaka. Home Oifice. ? Jane lit, lo4. 5 Notice to Planters and Others Interested in the Importation of Laborers. As a result of the various meeting of the Planters Society and of the invttipitions and reports made ly a Joint Coininitee, three meiu fcera of which, namely, Mr. W. L. Green, Mr. W. A. Aldrich and Mr. J. C I'fluger, wore ap pointed by the...

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. — 18 June 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. 1ATE FOREIGN NEWS! Arrival of Clipper Ship JAMES R. KEELER!) I?j the arrival, on Monday, of the clipper ehip James R. Kcehr, Captain Delano, 17 day a from San Francisco, we havearera from that city to tho 2Sth May, and telegraphic dates from the Eaat to the "25th, inclusive. The following is a lummarj of the Dews : New York, May 19th. A Richmond paper of the 16th acknowledges that Lee met with a defeat on Thursday, nnd Ftates that the slaughter was terrible ; no particulars known. The paper adds that Jeff. Davis received a dispatch from Lee, which has been kept secret. (en. Kautz's cav alry U now moving on Koanoko Station, with the intention of dwtroyinj; the great iron bridge over the Staunton river. If euccesvful he will return by City Point, and will end any efforts of the reoeis io repair me aesiroyeu oriuges on me Petersburg and Weldon roadd. A ppecial to the Times, dated Headquarters Army of the Potomac, Wednesday morning, ays: The struggle t...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 June 1864

1 c V ,rBLISJIEI WEEKLY BY J PtfE-UV M. WHITNEY. S HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 25, 1S64. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIII. No. 5 . W HOLE N. 422 tJJJJ; THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, "Rural Slcetclio &f the gjaujaiian Jslancto. 3Iaii llovisltetl. Oar narrative of a trip to central Maui and its plantation, has been interrupted to give place to a crowd of communications on political and other matters, thought to be of more general interest, and we ret u me our notes where we left off. Alter visiting Waihee and Waiehu, we re turned to Wailuku. From there, across the low sandy plain to Ulupahikua, although the road is smooth and nearly level, is one of the moat dis agreeable rides that our islands furnish. In ad- O ditiun to the heat, c-louds of eand are encount ered, especially during the alter part of windy days, and it is ec-Idom that the wind does not sweep through this isthmus gorge, formed by the two lu'h mountains Hanking it. Squads of horses and cuttle are seen graz...

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. — 25 June 1864

I C O IVIJVr E R C I AL . Saturday, jvxezs, isei. f wsn arrival the r t w k have heo the Ham. bark -, oaths 21t, en route tor IIookm.r, for which v-rt b tailed aa!n cn th 23J; tb Am. clipper fcP Fleetwing, n route for Bker Ilaod, and the schooner Albemi, wllh er,to of Ipmtxr from Vacctaver'i Island. The Ftetturing la at anchor la th roads. The Onwarrf tidied, 'tertlsed-. on Saturday lait, with a fall cargv, and the Young Vector follows to-day la like order. The Yankee if on the berth, and wii! tail on the 6th proximo. Oold In w York cnntiareil to advance, and stood at 194 at the la ten advices. CorerDuent bad sold one million of coin at a premiarn of 61S2- A telegram from Washington says tha the tariff bill btfure Congw bad been amended, making the t . m ri-rtl IndPM I i.t 12 rn! nr tralion. Xhe wu.j uu ... w . . .. - - w o new tariff takes effett Jaly 1. A nlc exUted In the steok market In San Frci th latet date, th result of which wa that the prices f stocks were tombling down at ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 June 1864

PACIFIC CfliiiniercialAdmUscr, SATURDAY. JU.E 2. 'rl.t5r Tax Collector for tlio -in n:!""' - S.Lainabolo 8"' pan- E. Lyman Ka- II. Kapukui Kon lU Kanuo f t. Ron. Vm . K. Ill via t . ..J. I. Koko N. Keaa A. Manaka B. II. Sfiiffen .....J. K-ohokaua J. C. Forylh ,...!). Kaopeahicia ...J. Kuaumcaua ......II. Thompson ....... XV. C Lane Kaluhi .......J. Kahtina ......Geo. H. Lnce G. X. Wilcox E. Krull ...........J - Kaiu ........l. Mcllride .......V. Knudseo P. Puhiula lUinat AL Wailuaii 3Ukf- llaoa l(,ltd- ifii'Vwaianae WaUlu Kuolanpko.. lliw.Iaia KACAI Uar.alet Lihue. ....... Koloa..... ... partmeiH 1 induce, Jane tSI, 1&. Licence Expiring in June; 1SG4-. RETAII'- Allen; 2hI. Ctle Ai Cooke; 4ili, l !K'iiipsoa 4: Neville; JV'.h, J . Hoarej tb, II. M Whitney; 1Kb, J. Cattanach; 11th, K. Love; 13th, nr--wr JC C.., Lewers i. Norton, J. A. Burdtck, U Equips; 14th. J. Steward. T. Keean; 2Sth, J. Brash; , u-.fi- lurK J. liurrows. Molokai; JOth. Y ....... haiuair-lt-kane, do.; 22d, IT. Ktr...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 June 1864

'! Jac THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. From our Ultra of Tuesday, June 21. still Later the seat of. war JSj the arrival of the Hamburg bark Jnioma, we hare received four dnji later advice from the aeat of war. Uur latest previous dates from that quarter were to the 3d of June. The Antonia has had passage of 12 days from San Francisco, and en route for Hongkong. e are indebted to waptam Eidenmeyer. for latest papers, furnished by Capt. Mclntyre. ine.new irum .utMit-o, enows me -Mexican people preparing to give Maximillian a different reception from what he is looking for. me if rda i .Mexican correspondent says the Juarez Gov ernment u penectiy established at Monterey. The liberals. uwie iiin tv.vnj si. run it re preparing to march on San Luis roinni. me rrencn and Imperialists hare been completely iucic 13 fcie4 ruuiiuuuio lor tbe national cause. Bark Smyrniote, Burditt, arrived at San Fran cisco on the morning of the Gtli, 18 days from Honolulu. w as advertised to leave with dis...

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