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A Card. - We, the uixlrsianetl. feelimr H.i
much pr.u! i Jo t-npt. Pki.l, for I.m tinrcmittin
exertions in saving tlic oil and oilier properly from
the w reck of the late tdiip Holder Horden, and fool
ing that "0 lias by so doing show n himself energetic
and efficient in his profession, are very happy to
adopt this method of publiclv avowing our fei dings;
and we would further add, that considering the very'
i.uny disadvantages and dillienltics under whieh
('apt. Pell was plated at the time of I ho v.reeli, the
rourse that ho adopted, and I he ntcrpriing spirit
he winifcsted in building the Sch. ;, frOM1 the
wreck, ami the prudence ho displayed in leaving
provisions, and men to oversee the property, and in
f.t Capt. Poll's ' whole proceedings dini'.,, the
unpleasant dilemma in which he was placed, j
deserving of the highest praise, and we IV. I happy
in hearing tesliinony to the same.
WM. SI'MNKll Senior, . & 1 1. WU M IN
JAMES M AKKK, C. IU V 15
.l.aliamn. Maui. ) wi itnn,,.
J. K. von PI-'ISTKU, ?
C. V ASSKf.fN. Hannoni... tx , u- s- ( "m.1. )
(!. NOIMT.N. (iuMave. I'-I'HN'IIAI.I.OW, )
('. C. WATKUW.A.N, ) Knrhor Master. (
Mraniza. j JOHN MEEK
J. KJUrUIRRMA.W, ; . CAHTKIi, '
Crown Princess. N'lNNEIl & CO.
ALBERT VOM ; , .W.IMI.C1I AKDW'O ,
, i ; ; ,1u,,,t , '"". m:.,,;:
Honolulu, O.ihu, Nandwuh Islands.
i' o i- v N j: s l A N
Capf. J. J. Pki.l :
Sir, This piper his been left with me, to he
given to you. Allow me to stale, that it is gratify,
in? lo my f.-elings to be made the, channel through
which this is lo he placed in your hands. Allow me
t.. add my unsigned sulisfufion in the sentiment
of (his paper, over the reputable person whose
mines are siihsnibed although I regret the oeenr
leiue which has given rise "to this commin.icalion.
Wishing you a speedy and safe passage,
I remain your olid'l serv't,
Hoiiolidu, Feb. 8th, IS-lfi.
J 5 "JILL v L1 0 N ' u ' lT
A 1 1 v ,: 1
S.-.K U uUoTh U:-hnh I'ranhlin, llalsev,
2:00 II, I i '"." ; whale, MO ,,;,
w c' ,,0,"f,!n,m Piteairn's I.-Inn.I, coov
JV-ll, &.C-. Am. whale-ship Maine, 1 H. K IwunK
from .n. around the Mauds 2 ,no,.JlK5 lp
Yon'-'-' i?;j7Al,,-.'"Jn-fl'i' Sarah, Mvriek, New
l eb. 21 Am. whale barque Cossack', Delano
iueT 7,Mv,,n,,;'7,,FI,'rm- '""51:
1 1 .:, i-T- I'i!'"rs-Capt. Cnnrnings,
I. ale and boy of ,,e lale ,hip Panama, iCs
at Maiiiesa?4 Islands.
Vfl1nl';.,2:,,,:'1,?,I"l'i1, Nt,I,i". K'Mg, London via
Valparaiso, ..Odavs; menhandise t7, Pelly & Al
!.., Agents Hudson's Hay Company. '
;I-eb. 2i;-Swedi.sh Urbj l5l!, tf,.rn,jrpn ,Ton,r
Kong day; cargo to T. Shillaber, supercargo."
Am. Kfli 1 1 n ...... I. i ... .
, ," " v in ever, wnu to sai in a few
tavH uft4.r the Hull, from China, for this port.
... "iii.e-suipiiaiuiinal, Urooks, New
London. From Maui.
Feb. 2S r.. l,w l.- i m ... .. . . , ,
just anchored. A .ship in the oiling, beating ftp.
S A I L K I) .
cnli'se' 2:!F,rn, h wbalu-liip (icrtry, Follcn; to
A I) V I011TISEMKNT8.
N TIJFSDAV, March llh, at 10 oVlk A. M.,
ii .0, Ml':irf "f A,'ss,fj- Ltl,,l & will be
sold at PublK- Auction, by order of (Jcorge Pelly,
l.s.j., Agent, and for account of whom ii may con
cern, ibe two condemned lower MASTS of the Hri.r
linletaligablc. Terms Cash. WM P VTY "
Honolulu, Feb. 2-lth, I81.. ' ' Jiuct
LOSS OF THK SHIP PANAMA,
Of TXt.l. UIVER, AT KAN N A T K ' A O A HAY, MAU-QUKSA-4
ISLANDS, NOV. 10, SJ.
Cun.'! to anchor Nov. 4th, nothing of importance
took place until the 10th. at 5 A. M., when the
wind shifted suddenly from K. S. K, to N. W. ami
ble at a he ivy g ale for a short time. A heavy se i
ret in at the s imc time which broke in 7 fathoms
water. The wind and se i together drove our ship
on shore in a few moments. The masts were cut
away as soon as she started her anchors, but we
could not s.ive her. The sea broke over the whole
length of the ship, and little could be done toward.
siving any thing tint belonged to her ; the natives
were taking every thing they could get hold of. At
10 A. M. a boat was sent to Vailanu in charge of
the seeond oiHcer for assistance, Aa soon as our
situation was made known to the French oomiuan
dmt, a government brig was sent up with soldiers
to protect and assist us. The soldiers were not
landed in consequence of the rapt, receiving intelli
gence that the natives would attack them. The brig
remained oil" the bay 5 days, the eapt. rendering all
the assistance possible. All the men belonging to
the ship were enabled to get oil' with their i lathes.
On the l llh. the ship went to pieces, the natives
tiok ami-destroyed most that could be got. AVe
saved a lew sails, a put of our bone, some rigging
and a sun 1 1 lot of provisions, with a few other small
urticlo. Nov. I Ith., the bnit returned from Vai
tumi; in attempting to land, tjie boat was tilled by
a he avy sea, and three limn drowned, one belonged
to the ship, Daniel McDou ild a boat stealer, the
other two were residents of the Island, the name of
ono was Smith, the other Jackson. The Panama
hadSOUbbls. Oil nt the time she was lost. 35 days
alter the ship was lost, every thing was .sold at pub
lic auction for 70.
A CARD. I take the present opportunity lo len
der my Kinecrn thanks to the Commandant and Olli
cors at Vaitann, for their kind assistance and gen
tlemanly treatment. The same is al 'o tendered to
Capt. Drlano, officers and crew of ihe hippie
Cossack. PRKSTON CUM Ml M.'S.
Sales at Auction.
By Patv & Co. Feb. 'Hi Land Sale. - hot of
Joseph IioJford, deceased 710.
From Loudon, Sept. 21; Paris, Sept. 17; United
States (New Orleans) Sept- I I; (Nw York) Sept.
15; (Hosion) Sept. I I; Mexico (San Hlas) Nov.2i.
Society Islands (Tahiti) Nov. 2:; China, Jan 8.
Per Nepaul Mr. Hopkins, of London, F.ng.
Mr, Fieunes, of Helgium.
Shipping Memoranda. Spoken, Nov. lfllh,
1844, in l it. 17 deg. 24 in. N.. long. 101 dog. 29 in.
W..H. n. M.'h frigate Thalia, bound to San Hlas
and Mazatlan, to relieve the Carysfort.
Dec. 27, otV Quibo, spoke ship William N'icol,
of I ondon, ii 1-2 ituiilh out; .' 'perm
.Memorandum of floods
. , RLCK1YLI); per the "Nepaul," froii
J London, an, f(ir ai0 hy i;yA)niK pkij
and (.LOKfJK T. ALLAN, Agents for the Hudson'
urpenters Ad.es, Shell Augurs, Hrad Awls, blue and
win c l.asiii.s ami soap drainer, to male!,, eni iiaize,
l .arl i.n ware Mp I'.asms sugar and milk,' brass IJed
leaK wnli moscb, n, eiirtaiiis complete. Day & Martin's
"V!V r,:.iM0 blue h'toi,,. fur-linen, Wine
.oitles Uellm-t.,,) and Hessian ligbt p,oots, India rub
l.cr a.1,1 cotton braces, bolts lor doors. Mialllo and double
rem bn.tles, brushes-cloth, hair, tooth, shoe, wh -wash,
an. bore; buttons motlier of pearl, shirt, liatent metal,
and wliite born j mutation wax candles, plated candle
vticU mi. shades lot; do., cloth Ibraging caps plain and
Willi gold lace bauds of all sizes; handsome dressing
oases, cut glass salt cellars, paring and mortise chisels!
oil c.oilis for rooms, ladies' supeiline cloths, table cloths
and table covers, superline dress and frock coats latest
las. uoii, silk and cotton frock coats, bras cocks nss'd
sizes, combs dressing, etc. etc. clc; best velvet wine
corks; blue cottons, prints, regattas, and bleached and
unbleached long cloths, fine book and printed muslins
and Kstopellas, India rubber capes, sets of block-tin
dih covers, sols of dinner and tea crockeiy, plated and
bierpiered liquor and cruet stands, decanters plain and
cut miarl and pint; bleached diaper for toweling, line
white dimity, linen drill w Into and brown, pieces blue
and white flannel sii'ierline and second quality, blk silk
ferrets' for shoo tics: hand, cross-cut, and pit-saw tiles,
sailors' (Juernscy frocks and duck, copper and brass
gnue Tor sales, wine glasses of all sorts and latest pat
terns, toilet glasses, spike and assorted gnnblcls, window
glass, gridirons - -la rye and small, ladies' and gentlemen's
silk, cotton, and kid gloves; socket gouges, twilled cot
ton dressing gowns, percussion caps, finest cannister
powder, kegs gunpowder CJslbs. each), Handkerchiefs
silk and cotton, for neck and pocket, hasps and staples,
black and white beaver hats (Intent fashion), hinges
iron and brass, ladies and gcntlaiicn's silk hose. do. do.
cotton hose all sizes, bleached liuckabuek for table
cloth'-, blue cloth, pea, and superfine cloth jackets; flat
i ... i i i : .i.:.... : ..i :J . . . '
i 'mi iu.i. ii"" mm, MiiuniHiii iiiiii; Uillie irons (lolllile
and single -all sizes, earthen wan? jugs, wrought iron
tea kettles and cast iron pots, double and single blade
pock ci. knives; table knives and forks, lirst quality; gold
lace, for caps; lace, for Indies' dresses: Irish linen,
Dutch ovens; locks pad, brass case, door, desk, cup
board, etc.; nails, of all sizes, wrouyht and cut; rivets,
needles, sauce pans; Osiialuirghs, for bagying; oval and
round tin pans, in te sts of 4 ea h ; frying pans, large and
small; silk parasols, best F.nglish perfumery, clay pipes,
mixed an I diamond pins, sailors' hook tin pts; 'earthen
faro, tea and Hritama metal tea and coffee pots, of very
handsome patterns; fancy quilting, black hair ribbon,
best F.nglish hog-skin saddles; saws - cross-eut, hand,
pit and leiiou; line and common scissors, cork and wood
screws; silk serge, for coat linings; shovels and spades,
plated spurs; duck sheeting, for trow.-icrs ami light shirts;
men's mid boy's while cotton, strinwd, regatta, blue and
red llannel; f hoes - ladies' and gentlemen's light summer,
boys, youths, girls and infants, men's strong bound;
gentlemen's common Morocco slippers, portable sofas;
soap -yellow, mottled, and best shaving; steelyards, to
weigh from -in to vsou lbs ; white tape, nss'd si.e; thread',
silk, and cotton, of all colors and qualities; bed ticking;
tin. ililbrent sizes; Negro Head tobacco; trowscrs sum
mer, sailor' duck, cloth and while drill; plain and cut
ylass tumblers, earthen ware soup 'tureens, iron wheels
for trucks, summer vests, brass w ire; wry superior Port,
Sherry, and Madeira wines; pine ,1.c cheeses; best
Durham mustard, m bottles; best Carolina rice; Hod
son's be-l pah ale, in e:jsks Ultd hollies; pickles, and
mushroom and anchovy sam e.
S. F. foolscap books, 1,0,.') and I ouires; S. 1 fools-
dip an I -Ito post writing paper, syo memorandum books,
black and red ink powder, glass com. inkstands, pen
knives of wr sui.ei ii.r uuulil v. slate pencils. Perrv's su
perior steel pens; broad, middling ami narrow oiTi.'e tape;
boxes wafers; slates- large and small; best scaling wax
Anchors for'vesscls of n.'.n tons; do, do. I ) to I. "in do.,
sails do. t'o to 7.". do.; double nml single blocks, all mzcs;
I'aint brushes; patent chain cables, complete; bolts pa
tent canvas, .o. I to .No. s; sncr.iniiig copper, .i., i
and lt.oz.: Nails for do. , sheet lead nml pump leather
copper rods nml spike nails, sail needles, boat nails ami
iiiimn tacks, sail hooks and sewing palms, paints ami
pitch; whale line, rope and rigging of all dimensions;
ratline, deep sea and hand lead lines, spirits turpentine;
varnish - black, bright and ropal; seaming ami roping
twine, linseed oil, rosin, Stockholm tar, putty in lb.
bladder; and a variety of other articles not mentioned
in this memorandum. l
AdiniiiM rutnr' Notice, -
A LL persons indebted to the Lstatc of F.D
U. WARD JACKSON, late of Honolulu, de
ceased, arc requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned Administrator; and all persons
having claims against aid Estnte, arc requested to
present the same for settlement, to the undersigned
Administrator, at his rrsidenco in Honolulu, within
SItV d.'IVS flOtn lhi.l ll lln llmi r.i,-,,.s,nt ....... I.
made of thcin wholly or ratably, according to the
amount of the assets of paid Estate.
Honolulu, Feb. 25, 1813. .77,'r.
ICPO na mca a pan i aio i ka waiwai hooilina o
EDWAKI) JACKSON, i ka men i make iho nei ma
Honolulu, c uku koke mai lakou i.i'u i ka mea i
kakani.i malalo nei, i ka mea nana e hooponopono;
a o na mea a pan i aio aku ai ua waiwai hooilina e
hoike inai lakou i ,ko lakou aio no kn hooponopo
Jioia i ka lima i kakuuia malalo nei, ina kona hale
iwaena o na la he kanaono mai keia la uku, i
hookaa hapaia a hookaa loa ia paha e like ino ka
nui o ka waiwai i loaa mai iioloko o ua waiwai
hooilina la. ISAAC MONTGOMERY.
Honolulu, Feb. 2", 1815. (Ml 7w)
Dissolution of Copartnership.
fflnilE Copartiittiship heretofore existing under
JL the linn of SINCLAIR & CO.. IS. Iiv I... . I.e. I
consent, this day dissolved.
iLTiN. H The business will in fnforelw. rnr.m.l
on (at the old stand) by JOHN HARKER.
Honolulu, Kb. 18, 1815. (3wMl)
House mid Siirn Paint ine-.
FBllE subscriber would respectfully ir.form the
Ja. citizens of Honolulu, that he has established
himself in this tow n, and w ill be happy to attend to
their calls in his profession. Hy punctuality, and
strict attention to business, ho hopes to merit and
receive a share of the public patronage.
KZFN. H. His shop is in the immediate vicinity
of John Yoss's cabinet-making establishment.
, , J- H. WINK EL.
Honolulu, March 1, 1S-15. 3w
A "OUT 200 superior Hullock HIDES, for Pale
by the Receivers of the Estate of French &
Grcoiiway. tf Ml
Cnrso of the Hripr Hull.
TRUSTERS of the Cargo of the Brig Hull, from
I'M. China, are now open for inspection, ut the
store of Messrs. L ado & Co.
Satins assorted colors, figured and plain; Silks,
do. do. do.; Furniture mahogany, lacquered", and
Hamboo; Black silk Handkerchiefs red, yellow,
white, and blue holders; Crape Handas; Pongees
assorted colors, figured and, plain; Moscheto Net
ting; Black sew ing Silk; Shawls rape and nlk,
assorted colors; Pongee Handkerchiefs fig'd and
plain, assorted colors; Ladies' embroidered crape
Scarfs; Sweetmeats; Silk Umbrellas; Joss-Sticks;
Tea Congo, Hoolong und Souchong, in 5 and 10
lb. cattie boxes; Bamboo, mahogany, and lacquered
Chairs; Blue cloth Caps; Blue Nankin Pants; China
waic consisting of urns, Fettces, &c; Camphor
Trunks; Silver Plate, in sets; Silver Card Cuses,
Bracelets, necklaces, and silver Suspender BucAles
and Buttons; Silver Egg-stands and Toast-stands;
Silver Grcjim-pots and Sugar dishes; Silver bottle
Labels; Velvet Slippers, various colors; Shoes and
Boots; Embroidered Slippers; Beer London and
Calcutta, bottled; Glass Ware; Wine Port. Sherry,
and Saulernc; Turkey red Prints; Pilot Bread. "
Honolulu, March 1, 1815.
HINTED BILLS OF LADING for sale at
this oflicc. ' tf
BY GEORGE PELLY and GEORGE T. AL
LAN, Agents of tho Hudson's Bay Comnanv.
on very moderate terms :
Very suporiorold Sherry and Port WINE, in bottles;
i eneiiiu' me, in quarter casks ami hollies;
An English painted Room OIL CLOTH. 20 ft. bv 15:
A few casks of superior COFFEE. Jan. 4.
Wanted to Pin chase,
A FIRST RATE (.'1(2 HORSE; Also, a saddle
im. Horse, suitable for a lady, sound, senile, and
of good action. None but the best animals need
be oilered. Apply at this office. (flStf)
C ( OOl) COMPOSITORS tun find constant cm
W ployment at this oflicc. jCJlKxtra pay al
lowed for night work. F8
Fine and Cedar Shingles.
Feb. 1. ' tf
PINE and Cedar Shingles,
fur salo by
E. & II. GRIMES.
V . w; V I N V. V. N T ,
norsi: ('.iiui:xti:h jolyer,
71 II AS on hand, for sale J(I(M feet c lear No. I
U K. A. pine I . I Plank; t.uOO feet. do. do. I inch;
I J. ono feet No. g, inch; tunn Eights of Sashes (nss'd);
:h pairs of P.linddo.; :to pimmdled Doors do.; Ii Door
Frames do.; t0 Window do. do.
:(VIii-ii.pino and JoiiniNo on reasonable terms, nt the
I louolulii, November 2, I S-l I. tf
TtflJ KCEIVEI) and lor sale by E. & II. GRIMES,
J1.W' K boxes clay Pipes, 8 boxes honey dew
Tobacco, 12 do. manufactured do., ft) boxes (20 lbs.
each) family Soap, 10 boxes Harrison Soap, ti cases
sewed Hrogans, 4 cases pegged do., 15 do. Look
ing (ilasses, 12 Measuiiiig Tapes, 5() ps. Moscheto
Netting, 100 galls. Spirits Turpentine, b0 galls.
English Linseed Oil (boiled), 4000 lbs. extra No. 1
White Lead, 500 lbs. green Paint, 10 cans Verdi
gris, 10 cans black Paint, 150 kegs yellow Paint, 20
bbls. Beef, (i do. Copal Varnish, b' bids bright Co
pal Varnish, '.I bbls, Cider Vinegar, 21 groce metal
Brace Buttons, 20 reams Wrapping Paper, 20 rius
Linen .Writing Paper, 10 bbls. roasted and ground
Coll'ce, b do, pit and cut Saws, 20 do, do. do. do.
Files, 50 do.. Plates, Hams, Cheese, 10 casks
Sherry Wine, 2 I ca -ks .Madeira do., 20 casks old
Port do., 10 casks Ale, 2 do.. Axes. (flitf)
INSTATE OF FRENCH & GREEN WAY.
J The creditors of this Estate are notified, that
the day of hnal Report, fixed by th Chancellor's
Order, heretofore published, is 21f. March t,trt(on
which day all claims against ?aid Estate, not pre
seated to the undersigned for settlement, Mill t
finally and forever barred. Claimants on the estate,
must present their claims oncw without regard to
whether they have ever been before presented to
i-Auniiur oiui.soii, nenrv Skinner nml Stephen
Reynolds, late calling tllcmsclvcs Assignees of
i,.l nJo,". (i,rPcnw,,y5 or to Stephen Reynolds
and illiam Ladd, late calling themselves Assignees
oi Milliam French; and also, without regard to
whether their said claims have ever been before
presented to the Committee of Enquiry, or to th
meetings of creditors hcicloforo held over said es
tate, or to Consuls, or to the local Courts of tho
Islands; as the undersigned is not authorr.'.tj by tht
Court of Chancery to hunt up chums against th
estate, and will take notice of none not officially
addressed to him. JOHN RICORD,
Liq'ii'lutiiiff Jf't of Kutate f Freneh $ Gr centra y.
Honolulu, Jan. !th, 1845. Gw
VLL persons indebted to, or having demands
against, the Estate of His Excellency J. A.
KUA KIN!, deceased, arc requested to present their
accounts to the undetsigncd, for settlement.
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1811. (i. P. JUDD.
O na mea aic aku a mc na mea ai mai a nau i ka
waiwai hooilina o ka Mea llanohano J. A. KUA
KINI, i ka mea i make o hele mai lakou ia maua e
hooponopono. JOHN II,
Honolulu, Dek. 28, 1811. (tf) G. P. JUDD.
JipTlic undersigned, Kxccutors Tes
tamentary of the will ofAhungr, late of
Honolulu deceased, having1 caused the
said will to be admitted to Probate, and
having received Letters Testamentary
thereon, do hereby give public notice
that they arc directed by the Court of
Oahu, to receive and admit or contest
all claims of all persons against said
Kslato, during the space of sixty days
from this date.
Tor this purpose, claimants on said
estate arc invited to present their de
mands to cither of the undersigned, at
their usual places of business or at their
residences in Honolulu.
The intention of this notice is not to
barr any claimants who do not present
their claims, biit it is to enable the un
dersigned, in presence of the Probate
Judge, to pay wholly or pro-rata, the
debts ol said deceased, at the end of
the said sixty days, or as soon there
after as the assets can be converted into
money, and the balance to Ahchoc, the
residuary legatee, in Macao, China, and
for this good reason, all claimants who
shall not have made known their claims
on or before the expiration of the said
sixty days, cannot expect to participate
in any pro-rata payment which may on
that day be made.
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 10, 1845.
7w Ex. for the Estate of the lute Jlhung, iUc.
O na mea kakauia malalo nei na lima
hooponopono waiwai c like mc ka pa
lapala kauoha a Ahana i ka mea i make
ma Honolulu, ua hooiaioia ua palapala
la e makou imua o ka lunakanawai, a
ua loaa ia makou na palapala oihann
no keia mea, nolaila kc hoakaka nku
nei makou ma kc akea, ua olelo mai kn
ahahookolokolo Oahu, c hooponopono
c hoolc hoi a c ae nku i na aie o na mea
a pau i aie aku ai ua waiwai hooilina
la, mawacna o na la lie kanaono mai
keia la aku.
Nolaila e lawcia mai na aie i ike pono
na men i kakauia malalo nei, ma ko la
kou wahi hana, wahi noho paha ma
Aolc i manaoia e poho loa ka poe hoike
ole mai i ko lakou aic aka, e pono keia
i mea c hiki ai i na mea i kakauia ma
lalo nei kc uku imua i ka lunakanawai
hooilina, clikc mc ke ana o ka waiwai
no na aie o ka mea i make kc maopopo
ma ka pau ana o ua man la, a i ole ia,
ma ka manawa c loaa mai ai ke dala
noloko mai o ka waiwai, a c uku hoi
kc koena ia Ahchoc ka hooilina c noho
ana ma Makao, Kina, a no keia men,
aole c pono c manao na mea aie c loaa
iki ko lakou kc hoike ole mai lakou i ko,
lakou kulc ana iwaena o na man la ka
naono la, c like mc ka manao o uku ai
Kakauia ma Honolulu, Oahu, 10 Febe
ruari, 1815. GRORGK PELLY,
. fjf the Estate of the late Jlhunr tlc,