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T II E POLYNESIAN
CJBY ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE
KING OF THE HA I A N ISLAND S.
Orricc or Secretary ok State
roa Foreics! Affairs,
Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 20, 18 1'. )
Whereas, Richard Charlton, a British
subject, nretends to claim a certain
ftiecc of land in the Village of Hono
ulii, which claim was referred back to
the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic
Majesty's Government, on the 12th Sep
tember 1843, to enable said Charlton to
produce his grant and show it to be gen
Public notice is hereby given that His
Majesty appoints the court of the Island
of Oahu as that branch of His Govern
ment to which said Charlton is to make
such production and showing pursuant
to Chapter 4Gofthe Hawaiian Statutes,
and Chapter 47 of the Translation into
English; and said Charlton is hereby
required npon pain of forfeiting all claim
to said land, under the decision of II.
B. M's Governmct, already mentioned,
to produce his grant and show it to be
genuine i. e. exhibit his title and prove
it to be valid, before said tribunal, pur
suant to said Statute, within one year
and one day from the date of this notice,
at the expiration of which time he
will otherwise be forever barred of his
By order of His Majesty.
G. P. JUDO,
Sftc'j of State for Foreign Affair.
CJNO k'A OLELO AXA MAI O K'A MOI,
ICE LI I O KO HAWAII PAE ALVA.
KaHI O KE KAKAV OLELO
NO KO NA AINA K
Honolulu, Oahu, 20 Januari, 1845
Noka mca. ke mca mai nei o Richard
Charlton he kanaka Beritania, nona ke
kahi apana aina ma ke Kulanakauhale
o Honolulu, ua hoihoiia mai nae keia hi
hia e ke Aupuni o ka Moi Beritania ma
ka la 12 o Sepatemaba 1843 ma Hawaii
nei e hooponopono ai, e hiki ai hoi i a
Charlton, e hoike mai a e hooiaio mai i
Nolaila e ikea ma keia pain pal a ua ha
awi ka Moi i keia hana t ka aha hookolo
kolo noka mokupuni Oahu,oia ka wahi o
kona Aupuni e pono ai i ua Charlton la
e hoike mai a e hooiaio mai, e like me
ka mokuna 46 o na kanawai Hawaii, a
me ka mokuna 47 o ka unuht ana i ka
A kc olelo aku nei keia i ua Charlton la
0 lilo kona kuleana i ua aina la i mea
ole, mamuli o ka olelo ana o ke Aupuni o
ka Moi Beritania i hoakakaia ma luna,
e hoike mai oia i kona haawina, a e ho
akaka mai ua oiaio, oia no ka hoike mai
1 kona kuleana, imua oua Ahahookolo
kolo la, e like me ua kanawai la, ma
waena o ka makahiki hookahi a me ka
la hookahi mai ke kakau ana i keia pa
lapala hoolaha, no ka mea, ina aole oia
e hana pela, alaila pau kona kuleana
a mauloa aku mahopemai o ia manawa.
No ke kauoha ana mai o ka moi.
G. P. JUDD,
Kakauotvlo no ko na aina o.
In Chancery Order No. 10.
In the matter of the Estate of WM. FRENCH and
FRANCIS JOHN (TOKEN WAY vs. their credi
tors. SCTlt appearing to the undersigned
Chancellor, that the notice required by
the fifth Order of this? Court in the
matter of this Estate, has been duly
published to the world, in the three
languages most intelligible to the credi
tors of said Assignors, for the space
of six calendar months from the 2 1st.
September last. It also appearing to
my satisfaction that all the reputed
claimants save one have presented their
demands against said Estate for liqui
dation within the said term of six
It appearing that the mass of those
claimants have accepted without liti
gation the amounts admitted to be due
them by the Agent of this Court, and
that all those whose claims were dis
puted save four have complied with
the further mandate of this Court,
contained in the said ttrder No. 5, by
submitting their disputed demands. to
the amicable award of arbitrators,
whereby they have become known and
ascertained creditors of the Estate to
the respective amounts this day re
ported to me.
It appearing that the total amount
of genuine debts due from the said
Estate, whether admitted or awarded,
is ascertained to be $23,810 93; and
that the sum of $2-t,73G 58 has been up
to this day realized frotr the assets of
the joint estate, and is now available
for the full payment of those ascer
tained debts :
I the said Chancellor do by this de
cree order that the Report of the Liqui
dating Agent of this Court be and the
same is hereby adopted, and that the
sum of $1 1,583 04 reported by the Re
ceivers, be divided among the ascer
tained creditors of said estate, in full
payment of their respective dues, ac
cording t the nums set forth in the
Schedule A of said Agent's Report;
and that the further sum' oi $10,575 98
be paid unto the Attorney of Messrs.
Dacrc & Brooks in produce of the es
tate by the Receivers.
And also that the further term of six
calendar months be and the same is
hereby accorded to the alledged credi
tors set forth in the Schedule B and C,
appended to the Liquidating Agent's
Report, within which they may prose
cute for the recovery of their said
claims; until they do which or submit
the same to the award of arbitrators,
interest shall not continue to accrue
upon their claims from this date ; and
in default of the prosecution of those
claims within that allotted term, the
said alledged claimants shall be utterly
barred as for a contempt of this Court.
And it is further ordered that the
Receivers now in trust of the assets
of the joint assignors, do continue with
the utmost regard to economy, with
the least possible delav and at the most
profitable rate to convert any and if
it it,. . .
neea oe an tne assets ot the said Es
tate now in their custody into money,
to the end that at the expiration of the
present allotted term of six months, all
the unpaid debts of the said estate may
be finally and forever settled, and the
residuary interest therein of the As
signors may on that day revert to them
free of incumbrances.
Given under my hand, at the Fort
of Honolulu, this 21st. day of March,
1845. M. KEKUANAOA.
Mn ka Hooponopono Kannwni.
No ka waiwai o WILLIAM FRENCH a mo
FRANCIS JOHN GREENWAY kve i ko laua
mca i aie aku ai.
JcjNo ka maopopo ia'u, i ka Luna
kanawai hooponopono kanawai, i ka
kauia ka inoa malalo nei, ua hoolahaia
ka olelo Helu elima o keia Ahahookolo
kolo no ua waiwai la a lohc hoi ko kc
ao nei, ma na olelo ekolu i maopopo
nui in i na mea nana ka aie o ua mau
mea la i haawi mai ai keia hana, a ua
loheia keia no na malama cono, mai ka
la 21 o Sepatemaba i hala aku nei. A
no ka mca ua maopopo ia'u iwacna o
ua mau malama la eono ua hoike mai
na mea a pau i ko lakou aie i manao ai
lakou e ukuia noloko o ua waiwai la,
hookahi male no mca i koc o na mea i
manaoiu he aie ko lakou, aole oia i
No ka mea ua ikea ka nui o na mea
aie, ira ac lakou i ka hooponopono ana
i na aie i hooponoia e ka Luna o keia
ahahookolokolo, a o ka poe i hoopaa
paaia ko lakou ua ae lakou i ka olelo 5
o keia Ahahookolokolo, a ua haawiia ka
hana i ka poe i kohoia, e hoopono ai i
ka lakou, a malaila e akaka ai kc kocna
e uku aku ai ua waiwai la ia lakou c
like me ka palapala hoakaka i hoi keia
mai i keia la; koe no eha mea i hana
No ka mea, ua maopopo ia'u na aie
oiaio c uku ai ua waiwai la, o na aie i
acia a o na aie i hookolokoloia, hui he
mau dala $23,810 95 a ua loaa mai a
hiki i keia la i na dala $24,786 58 no
loko mai o ua waiwai la, ke wailm la i
mca e kaa ai i na la i maopopo ;
Nolaila, Owau ka Lunakanawai hoo
ponopono kanawai ke olelo aku nei an
ma keia palapala, ua lilo na'u ka olelo
a ka Luna Hooponopono waiwai o
keia Ahahookolokolo, a e puunauwcia
na dala he $14,583 04 i hoikeia mai c
na Kahuwaiwai, e like me ke ana o na
aie, e like hoi me ka palapala hoakaka
a ka Luna i hoike mai, hoailona A. A
e akuia ka hope o Dacrk & Brooks i
$10,575 98 ma ka waiwai maoli.
Eia hoi kekahi, e haawi hou ia aku i
eono malama hou no na mca i kapaia
he aie ko lakou e lijic me ka palapala
hoailona 1. a mc C e piliana i ka olelo
hoakaka a ka Luna Hooponopono wai
wai, i maunwa hou no lakou e hoopii
mai ai ukuia ko lakou aie. A i ole lakou
c hana pela, a e haawi paha i ka poe c
kohoia aole c helu houia ka uku boo
panec ma ko lakou t.ie, mai keia la aku;
a ina aole lakou e hoopii mai no ua mau
aie la iwacna o ua mau malama la nlaila
lilo ua poe aie la i mca ole no ko lakou
hoowahawaha ana i ka olelo a keia
Eia hoi kekahi olelo, e mau no ka
hana a na Kahuwaiwai o ua mau men
la i haawi mai i,kcia hana, a e hana
kokc mc ka poho ole a mc ka make
pono o ka waiwai, c kuai i kekahi o ua
waiwai la iloko o ko lakou lima, a c pnu
loa paha, a lilo i dala maoli e kaaloaai
na aie a pau, a mau loa hoi, ma ka pau
ana o na malamac ono, a e hoii lioiia kc
kocna waiwai iloko o ka lima o na mea
nana i haawi mai, mc ka' hihia ole ma
ua la la.
Knuia ko'u lima ma ka Papu o Hono
lulu i keia la 21 o Maraki, 1845. .
To the Debtors of William French and
Francis John CJieenwny.
SCpAll persons indebted, anterior to
the 4th of September 1844, either to
William French or to Francis John
Greenway separately from or jointly
with each other, or jointly with any
other person, are notified to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned,
for the benefit of the creditors of said
French and of said Greenway, as other
wise measures will be taken at law for
the recovery of any such outstanding
dues. JOHN RICORD,
Collecting Agent for Estate of French Sf Greenway.
Honolulu, March 29, 1845.
I na mea aie mai i ka waiwai o WM. FRENCH a
me FRANCIS JOHN GREENWAY.
lcj0 na mea a pau ua aie lakou,
mamua aku o ka la 4 o Sepatemaba
1844, ia Wm. French, a ia Francis John
Greenway, pakahi a huiia, a huiia
paha me kekahi mea e ae; c lobe la
kou, o ko lakou pono e uku koke mai
lakou i ka mea ua kakauia ka inoa ma
lalo nei, i loaa mai ai ke dala e pono ai
ka poe i aie aku ai o ua French me
Greenway, no ka mea, i ole e ukuia
mai alaila hoopiia lakou ma ke kanawai
c koi ai ka uku ana mai o na aie a pau.
Luna hooponopono aie no ka waiwai o
French 4" (Ireenway.
Honolulu, 29 Maraki, 1845.
ALL persons indcMed 1o, or having demands
against, the Estate of His Excellency J. A.
KUAKINI, deceased, are requested to present their
accounts to the undersigned, for settlement.
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1844. ii. P. JUDD.
O na mea aie aku a tne na tnca aie mai a pau i ka
waiwai hnoilinu o ka Mea Hanoliano J. A. KUA
KINI, i ka mea i make c helo mui lakou ia inuiia v.
hooponopono. JOHN II.
Honolulu, Dek. 28, 1814. (tf) (.'. P. JUDD.
BY GEORGE PELLY and GEORGE T.' AL
LAN, Agents of the Hudson' Ray Company,
on very moderate terms :
Very superior old Sherry and Port WINE, in hottles;
TeneriU'e Winn, in quarter casks and hottles;
An English painted Koom OIL CLOTH, 20 ft. hy 15:
A few casks of superior COFFEE. Jan. 4.
A uc turns,
npHE SUBSCUIHER having taken out on
JL AUCTIONEERS LICENSE, for the
year ending June 30th, 1845, tenders his services to
his friends and tin- nnlilic II. I..... i.n ,i
of a number of years experience, and a good central
eiiiiKi in l lilt- lll.llirs.
The subscriber Iwgs to assure those who may
favor him with their patronage, that no exertion
will be spared to give the fullest satisfaction to all
1st. When accounts rr Lrn l;ilu
and goods delivered bv the owner or ron;
2 1-2 per cent.
2d. When accounts nrn knnt Kills mn1a . nr.,1
. , - r ' ...t.-. win , u nil
goods delivered by the Auctioneer on sales amount-
mrr in mnrn lin Otnoii ...... I
..-.. c .www, u ii.i l i: II I. ill 1(1 oil BdlCH
amounting to lens ihan $1000, 5 per ct.
, WILLIAM PATY, Auctioneer.
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1844.
In Chancery Oudkr No. 6.
FRANCIS J. GREENWAY and WM. FRENCH
vs.' their creditors.
PURSUANT to the prayer of William Paty,
George Pclly and William French, receivers
appointed hy Order No. B, in this came,
It in hereby ordered that said receivers Miall have
the following powers, w ithout special application to
1st. To employ a clerk to keep the books &r., ne
cessary in the management of the trust reposed in
them, w hose salnry "hall not exceed live hundred
dollars per annum, besides the expense of his board.
2d. To choose for themselves a chairman out ol
V,i. To dispose to the best advantage of any prop
erty of said estate, not exceeding at any time in val
ue $300, when two of them shall ho of opinion that
such sale w ill be advantageous to said estate.
4h. It shall bo their duty to keep a faithful re
cord of all their transactions as receivers, and make
report of the same to this court, on the day of the
final decree, v.r sooner if required.
5th. William Paty, one of said receivers, is ap
pointed hereby, to be their treasurer of all monies
received by them for property of said estate sold,
until it shall amount in his hands to one thousand
dollars, when the same shall be paid over by him to
'th. In all cases where the sales intended by
them shall be likely to exceed 300, they arc re
quired to obtain special permission of this court be
fore said sales shall be considerwd valid.
7th The siiid receivers are hereby ordered to take
possession of all the property of said estate, belong,
mg now to this court, whether real or personal; all
rents, issues, and profits thereof, and all moveable
eflectp; make a schedule, and tile the same with
this court for its information, and the better to ena
ble this court to guide their operations in disposing
of said property, from time to time.
' Done at Honolulu, this, lltl,
day of September, 1844.
eptf M. KEKUANAOA.
Ma ka Hooponopono Knnawai
Olelo Helu 6.
FRANCIS JOHN GREENWAY a mc WILLIAM
FRENCH, kue i ko laua mca i aie aku ai.
TTTI LIKE mo kc noi ana mai o William Paty a
JCi inc George Pelly a o William French, ka
poe malama waiwai, i kohoia ma ka olelo helu 5 o
keia hana. Nolaila; ua holo keia olelo e hiki ai i
ua poe la nana c malama i ka waiwai, kc hana i
keia man hana mc kc noi ole mai i ka ahahookolokolo
1. E hoolimalima i kakauolelo, e kakau i ka
bukc a me na olelo c aic,i kupono i ka oihana, i haa
wiia ia lakou, aole nac e oi aku kona uku i na hane
ri dala elima o ka makahiki, a me ko ka ai.
2. E koho i Luna noloko o lakou.
3. E kuai makepono i ka waiwai a pau, aole
nae e oi aku kekahi kuai ana, i na dala 300, a in i
ka manao like ana o na mca elua o lakou, ua kupo
no ke kuai ana, c pono ai ka waiwai.
4. E kakau pono lakou i ka lakou hana a pau
loa no ka malama waiwai ana, a c hoiko mai i keia
ahahookolokolo ma ka la c hooponopono nui ai, a
mamua inni paha.
5. E lilo o William Paty i kahu malama dala no
na incR malama waiw ai, ia ia na dala a pau loa i lo
aa ia lakou a hiki i ke tausani hookahi, alaila, aku
mai oia i keia ahahookolokolo.
6. Ina i manao lakou e kuai i k mea, e oi ana i
na dala 300, alaila o ka aic'mua ana o Aeia ahahon
AoloAoIo ka. mea o hiAi ai ua Auai ana la.
7. Ke olelo aA-u nei Aeia, i na mea malama wai
wai c Aii AoAo aA-u i ua waiwai la ua lilo mai i Aeia
ahahoo, olorolo i keia wa, ina he waiwai paa, ina
he waiwai pili i Ao Aino, i na hoolimalima, i na loaa
mai a inc na puka a pau loa, a mc na waiwai lewa.
E kakau pono i Aeia mau mca, a c waiho mai iloAo
0 ktm ahahoofoloAolo c maopopo ai, i liiri pono ai
hoi i Aeia ahahooAolokolo kc hana a me kc kuai aku
1 ua w aiw ai la i keia wa a i keia wa.
Hooholoia ma Honolulu, i Keia la,
11 o Sepatemaba, 1844.
tf M. KEKUANAOA.
THE undersigned having taken tho premises
formdrly known as the 44 Warren Hotel'
begs to assure the public that he has spared no s
pense in fitting up the amo for the comfort audi
convenience of residents and visitors, and solicits a
share of the public patronage.
UILLIARD ROOM and newly fitted BOWLING.
ALLEYS attached to the premies.
The services of superior Chinese Cooks and-,
If 'a iters have been secured.
Residents may have their meals sent to their
homes, or pic-nie parties provided for at the shortest
1JHEAD and PASTRY laadc at the establish
ment, constantly on hand, and will be supplied in,
any required quantity. HUNGWA.
Aug 24. tf
THOMAS o. LA II KIN,
MNTK1KY, UPPKR CALIFORNIA.
PEAL EH .V FWtEH.W ME It ('HA .XDSE A.VO
CA Lll Olt.XIA PlWin CE.
JCPWiiale-Ships supplied w Fhovisions on
the most reasonable terms me port, for Rills
on the United States, or for ds adapted to tho
iCPThe Commerce of CaliCornn is increasing; the
Farmers preparing to furnish Provisions in more
uhunduiice; the Port Charges but Four Dollars
for a whale-ship that mav not want to barter
goods for provisions unJ Thirty Dollars for those
who limy wish to; the Government, by decree
of October 1844, having granted the privilege to
captains f wjiale-ships to sell goods to a suffi
cient amount for their supplies, by paying duties
on the goods actually sold. (n30 ly)
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