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ICTBV ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE
h'i.YU OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
OrriCE or Secretary or State "l
roR Foreign ArrAtas,
Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 20, 1S45. )
Whereas, Richard Chnrlton, n British
object, pretends to claim a certain
niece of land in the Village of Hono
lulu, which claim was referred back to
the Hawaiian Island, by Her Britannic
Majesty's Government, on the 12th Sep
tember 1843, to enable Raid 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 ana 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 Governmetj already mentioned,
to produce his grant and show it to be
genuine t. 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. JUDI),
Sec'y of Slate for Foreign Affairs.
tCj-JVO JCA OLELO A.YA MAI O K'A MOI,
ICE Lll O KO HAWAII PAE ALVA.
Kahi o ke Kakau oi.ei.o
no ko n a a in a e
Honolulu, Oahu, 20 Jauuari, 1S45.
Noka mca, ke mea mai nei o Richard
Charlton he kanaka Beritania, nona ke
kahi apana aina ma ke Kulanakauhalc
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 hoikc mai a e hooiaio mai i
Nolaila e ikea ma keia nalanala un hn-
awt ka Mot i keia hana i ka aha hookolo
kolo no ka mokununi Oahu.oia kn wnhi o
kona Aupuni c pono ai i ua Charlton la
c noiKe mai a e hooiaio mai, e like me
ka mokuna 46 o na kanawai Hawaii, a
me ka mokuna 47 o ka unuhi ana i ka
A ke olelo aku nei keia i ua Charlton la
0 lilo kona kuleana i ua aina la i mea
ole, mamuli o ka olelo anao ke Aupuni o
ka Moi Beritania i hoakakaia ma Inna,
e hoike mai oia i kona haawina, a e ho
akaka mai ua oiaio, oia no ka hoikc 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 aolc oia
e hana pcla, alaila pau kona kuleana
a mauloa aku mahope mai o ia rnanawa.
No ke kauoha ana mai o ka moi.
" k'akauolelo no ko na aina e.
To the Debtor of William French nnd
Francis John Green way.
fey All persons indebted, anterior to
the 4th of September 1844, cither to
William French or to Francis John
Grf.knway separately from or jointly
with ench 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
rench and of said Greenway, as other
wise measures will be taken at law for
the recovery of any such outstanding
dlles- JOHN RICORI),
Collecting Agent for Estate of French $ Greenway.
Honolulu, March 29, 1845.
I na mea aio mai i ka waiwai o WM. FRENCH a
me FRANCIS JOHN GREENWAY.
lC30 na mca a pan ua aie lakou,
?SWu.a ?.!FU ka ,a 4 Sepatemaba
1044, ia Wm. French, a ia Francis John
Greenway-, pakahi a huiia, a huiia
nana me kekahi mea e ae; e lohe la
kou, o ko lakou pono e uku koke mai
lakou i ka mea ua kakauia ka inoa ma
alo nei, i loaa mai ai ke dala c pono ai
ka poe i aie aku ai o ua French mc
Greenway, no ka mea, i ole c ukuia
mai alaila hoopiia lakou ma ke kanawai
e koi ai ka uku ana mai oyia aie a pau.
Luna hooponopono aie no ka waiwai o
French 4" Greenway.
Honolulu, 29 Maraki, 1845.
In Chancery Order 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 by Order No. 5, in this cause,
It is hereby ordered that said receivers shall have
the following powers, without special application to
1st. To employ a clerk to keep the books &c, ne
cessary in the management of the trust reposed in
them, whose salary shall not exceed five hundred
dollars per annum, besides the expense of his board.
2d. To choose for themselves u chairman out of
3d. To dispose to the best advantage of any prop
erty of said estate, not exceeding ntany time in val
ue 300, whtmtwo of them shall be of opinion that
such sal will be advantageous to said estate.
4th. 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, or sooner if required.
Cth. 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 b-y him to
Cth. In all cases where the sales intended by
them shall be. likely to exceed $300, they are re
quired to obtain special permission of this court be
fore said sales shall be considered valid.
7th The said receivers are hereby ordered to take
possession of all the property of sai'd estate, belong
ing now 10 una court, whether real or personal; all
rents, issues, and profits thereof, and all moveable
effects; make a schedule, and file 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, 11th
day ot September, 1814.
fiptf M. KEKUANAOA.
Ma ka Hooponopono Kanawai
Olklo Helu G.
FRANCIS JOHN GREENWAY a me WILLIAM
FRENCH, kue i ko laua mea i aie aku ai.
ELIKE me ke noi ana mai o William Paty a
me Gcorrc Pellv
poe malama waiwai, i kohoia ma ka olelo helu 5 o
keia hana. Nolaila; ua holo keia olelo e hiki ai i
ua poo la nana e malama i ka waiwai, ke hana i
vtia uiau nana mu nc uoi oie mai i Ka ahahookolokolo
1. E hoolimalima i kakauolelo, c kakau i ka
bukc a me na olelo c aie.i kupono i ka oihana, i haa
wna ia lakou, aole nac e oi aku kona uku i na hane
ri dala elima o ka makahiki, a mo ko ka ai.
2. E koho i Luna noloko o lakou.
3. E kuai makepono i ka waiwai a pau, aole
nac e 01 aku kekahi ku.il nnn i na inia tm :
ka manao like ana o na mca elua o lakou, ua kupo-
4. h kakau pono lakou i ka lakou hana a pau
loa no ka malama waiwai ana, a e hoike mai i keia
ahahookolokolo ma ka la c hooponopono nui ai, a
mamua mai paha.
5. E lilo o William Paty i kahu malama dala no
na mca malama waiwai, ia ia na dala a pau loa i lo
aa ia lakou a hiki i ko tausani hookahi, alaila, aku
mai oia i keia ahahookolokolo.
6. Ina i manao lakou e kuai i ka. mea, e oi ana i
na dala 300, alaila o ra aie mua ana o frcia ahahoo
Aolocolo A"a mea c hiA-i ai ua Auiai ana la.
7. Ke olelo am nei Aeia, i na mca malama wai
wai e Aii AoAo aAu i ua waiwai Ia ua lilo mai i Aeia
ahahooA-oloAolo i keia wa, ina he waiwai paa, ina
he waiwai pili i ke Aino, i na hoolimalima, i na loaa
mai a me na puka a pau loa, a me na waiwai lewa.
h A-aA-au pono i Acia inau mca, a c waiho mai iloAo
0 Aeia ahahooA-oloA-olo c maopopoai, i hici pono ai
hoi i Aeia ahahooA-olokolo kc hana a mc ke kuai aku
1 ua waiwai la i keia wa a i keia wa.
Hooholoia ma Honolulu, i keia la,
v 11 o Sepatemaba, 1844.
" M. KEKUANAOA.
A LL persons indebted to, or having demands
ttPainst thn Estate of His Excellency J. A.
KUAKINI, deceased, are requested to present their
accounts to the undersigned, for settlement.
, , . J01N II,
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1844. G. P. JUDD.
0 na mca aie aku a mr n m..n mn. ... : i,
( ...... III U I a
waiwai hooilina o ka Mea Hanohano J. A. KUA
KINI, i ka mea i make e heln
hooponopono. JOHN II,
Honolulu, Dek. 28, 1844. (tf) G. P. JUDD,
THE SUBSCRIBER 1 taving taken out an
AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, for the
year ending Juhc 30th, 1845, tenders his services to
his triends and the mil. lip lln l. tl.
of a number of years experience, and a good central
muiiu ir i lie Business.
TllC Subscriber bCfTS in aKMiirn ihnun ulm tnnv
favor him With tlicir natronacre. tlint no. ovnrtinn
will be spared to give the fullet-t satUfaction to all
The following are his terms for ftflnrtinir Aurlinn
1st. When accounts are keni. hilla marin mi.
and goods delivered by tho owner or consignee
2 1-2 per cent.
2d. When accounts arc kent. bill mafa mil. nA
good delivered by the Auctioneer on sales amount
ing io more man yiuuu, per cent. and on sales
aiiiouming io icss than lumi, 5 per ct.
WILLIAM PATV, .lufoicer.
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1841.
Memorandum of Cloods
JUST RECEIVED, per the Ncpaul," from
London, and for sale by GEORGE PELLY
and GEORGE T. ALLAN, Agents for the Hudson's
Carin'titcr's Adzes. Shell Aueurs. Brad Awls, blue and
white Basins and snap drainers to match, green Baize,
r.arthen ware Mop ISasuis sugar and iniiK, (ras iseu
Meads with inoschcto curtains compk-tc, Day & Martin's
liquid and paste Blacking, blue Stone for linen, Wine
bottles, Wellington and Hessian light Boots, India rub
ber and cotton traces, bolts for doors, snatlle and double
rein bridles, brushes cloth, hair, tooth, shoe, wh.-wadi,
and horse; buttons mother of pearl, shirt, patent metal,
utiu wnne Horn; imitation wax candles, piutea canuie
ktirks and shades for do., eloth foratnmr cans plain and
with gold lace bands ot all sizes; handsome dressing
cases, cut glass salt cellars, paring and mortise chisels,
on cioins ior rooms, ladies' supertine cloths, tamo ciotns
and table covers, suoortine dress and frock coats latest
fashion, silk and cotton frock coats, brass cocks ass'd
sizes, combs dressing, etc. etc. etc. best velvet wine
corks; blue cottons, prints, regattas, and bleached nnd
uiiDK'Hi-iien. long cioins, nnu look nnu printeu musiins
and Estopcllus, India rubber capes, sets of block-tin
dish covers, sets of dinner and lea crockery, plated and
lacquered liquor and cruet stands, decanters plain and
cut quart and pint; bleached diaper lor toweling, tin
white dimity, linen drill white and brown, pieces blue
and white llannel simerline and second mialiiv. blk ilk
ferrets for shoe tics; hand, cross-cut, ami pit-saw files,
sailors' Guernsey frocks and duck, copper nnd brass
ir.iuic ior saies, wine glasses oi an sorts nnu laiesi pat
terns, toilet classes, snikc and assorted smnlilels. window
glass, gridirons large and small, ladies' and gentlemen's
siik, cotton, and kid gloves; socket gouges, twilled cot
ton dressing gowns, percussion caps, finest cannister
owaer, Kegs gunpowder (2SIhs. each), HandUm-hiels
silk and cotton, for neck nnd poekel, hasps and staples,
black and white beaver hats (latest fashion), hinges
iron and brass, ladies and centlcnien's silk hose. do. do.
cotton hose all sizes, bleached huckabuck lor table
cloths; blue cloth, pea, and superfine cloth jackets: Hat,
nun uiiu niKip iron, smooiuiug irons; plane irons uoulilc
and single all sizes, earthen ware jugs, wrought iron
tea kettles and cast iron jsds, double and single blade
pocket knives; table knives and forks, first quality; gold
lace, for caps: lace, for ladies' dresses: Irish linen,
Dutch ovens; locks pad, brass case, door, desk, cup
board, etc.; nails, of nil sizes, wrought and cut; rivets,
needles, sauce puns; Osnaburghs, for bagging; oval ami
round tin nans, in nests of 4 each ; frying pans, large nnd
small; silk imrnsols, best English perfumery, clay pipes,
mixed and diamond pins, sailors hook tin pots; earthen
ware, tea and Britania metal tea and coH'ee pots, of very
handsome patterns; fancy quilting, black hair ribbon,
best English hog-skin saddles; saws cross-cut, hand,
pit nnd tenon; line nnd common scissors, cork and wood
screws; silk serge, for coat linings; shovels and spades,
plated spurs; duck sheeting, for tmwsers and light shirts:
men's and boy's white cotton, striped, regatta, blue and
red flannel; shoes ladies' and gentlemen's light summer,
boys, youths, girls and infants, men's strong bound;
gentlemen's common Morocco slimiers. iiortnl.l vofns.
soap yellow, mottled, and best shaving; steelyards, to
weigh from 40 to 200 lbs.; white tape, ass'd sizes; thread,
silk, and cotton, of all colors and qualities; bed ticking;
un, win i i-iu sws; recro iieao lowicco; irowsers sum
mer, sailors' duck, cloth anil white drill; plain and cut
class tumblers, earthen ware soup tnreeus, iron wheels
for trucks, summer vests, brass wire; very superior Port,
Sherry, and Madeira wines; pine-apple cheeses; best
Durham mustard, in bottles; best Carolina rice; Hod
son's best pale ale, in casks and bottles; pickles, and
mushroom and anchovy sauce.
S. F. foolscap books, 1, 2,3 ami 4 quires; S. F. fools,
cap and 4to post writing paper, Svo memorandum books,
black and red ink powder, glass cone inkstands, pen
knives of very superior quality, slate pencils, Perry's su-
Cenor steel pens; broad, middling and narrow office tape;
oxes wafers; slates large and small; best sealing wax.
Anchors for vessels of 350 tons; do. do. 100 to 150 do.,
sails do. 60 to 73 do.; double and single blocks, all sizes;
Paint brushes; patent chain cables, complete; bolts pa
tent canvas, No. 1 to No. 8; sheathing copper, 32, 28, 24
and 16 oz.; Nails fordo., sheet lead and pump leather;
copper rods and snike nails, sail needles, boat nails and
pump tacks, sail hooks and sewing palms, paints and
pitch; whale line, rope ami rigging of all dimensions;
ratline, deep sea and hand lead lines, spirits turpentine;
varnish black, bright and copal; seaming ami roping
twine, linseed oil, rosin, Stockholm tnr, putty in 7 lb.
bladders; and a variety of other articles not mentioned
in this memorandum. March 1
New Goodsper " Montreal."
FOR SALE, ON REASONABLE TERMS, by E. & H.
GRIMES, the following Goods viz :
2(fK BOXES GLASS, 8x10 and 10x12; 50 doz.
G0Jf pocket Knives, assorted; 100 do. Sheath
do. do.; Chisels, Carpenter's Rules, assorted;
Nails, 40 M. Tacks, assorted; 12 cases Brogans,
assorted; Knives and Forks, assorted; 48 pit-Saws,
7 feet each; 24 Muskets; 30 Riding Saddles; 10
doz. Globo Lanterns; 20 reams Wrapping Paper;
20 doz. Hint's Axes; 30 doz. Axe Handles; CO M.
Needles; 6 cases bluo Drills; 6 cases blue Sheet
ings; 1 caso Fancy Articles; 1 case Bed-Tickinr;
4 bbls. Dried Apples. tf Mch 1S
BY GEORGE PELLY and GEORGE T. AL
LAN. Acents of the Hudson II A V frTr r (. in.
on very moderate terms :
Vcrv superior old Shcrrvand Port Wivi.' : i .t
rr. " .... . , ' -l "WHICH ,
Ienenfle Wine, in quarter casks and bottles;
An English painted Room OIL CLOTH, 20 ft. by 15-
A few casks of superior COFFEE. Jan 4 '
ABOUT 200 superior Bullock HIDES, for sale
by the Receivers of the E statu rif V
Greenway. tf t
JUST received, per "Nepaul," "Bull," and
" Hannah," and for sale, on lil.rul td.u..
PATY & CO. : ' vv" "
5 bales English Lonr rintl,.
bales do. blue Cottona :t in..K. a k..i '
- ' v.., uu,r.n . urown
Cottons very fine; 2 cases China bluo Cottons;
3 cases English blue Drills; 1 case English Prints
. , u Gfrieis, i case oik Mnchews;
1 case blk silk Hdkfs.: 10 n. kflf,M K. '
52 inch, very fine; 50 ps. narrow black Ribbons;
Supcrfme nh.te Flannel; 40 doz. men's Half Hose
20 lbs. Stone Blue for linen; 50 groce suspender
and strap, metal and bone Buttons; 150 lbs. Linen
Thread; 40 doz. hand-saw Files, Locks, Butts, &c
?nnnriaru; tablot.-nture,&c. Also, for sale-.
4000 lbs. brown Sugar, good quality; 400 calls
Molasses; Sperm Oil; Cider Vinegar; 2000 ft. nine
Boards: Preserved Moil. nA v---ui v "
. .. . u.iu i iijciauiEi. in cana
6 prs. splendid silver plated Candlcsticks-with ex
Honolulu, March 12, 1945. if
THE undersigned hftvinir fatten id nrnmi...
flirj C3 B f'w.iiiBfjw,
nirLformerlv known as the "Warren Hntat
begs to assure the public that he has spared n ex
pensc in fitting up the same for the comfort and
convenience of residents and visitors, and soUtka a
share of the public patronage.
BILLIARD ROOM and newly fitted BOWLING
ALLEYS attached to the premises.
Tho scrvicrs of superior Chinttt Cookt and
Waiters have been secured.
Residents may have their meals sent t their
homes, or pic-nic parties provided for at the shortest
BREAD and PASTRY made at the establish
ment, constantly on hand, and will be supplied in
anv required quantity. IIUNGWAv.
Aug 24. tf
AT THIS OFFICE back numbers of the Poly
nesian, price 12 1-2 cents each; Correspon
dence between H. II. M.'s Serretnry of State and the
U. S. Commissioner, in the case of John Wiley, an
American ciiizen, price 50 eents; An Award upon the
meaning of Lord Aberdeen's Letter of Sept. 12, 1843, in?
the controversy with Richard Charlton, claiming certaiiv
lauds m Honolulu by John UK-ord, price 50 rents.
Report of the Case ol James (iruy; an American citizen,
Plainlilf in Apical, vs. The Hawaiian Government price
60 cents ; Report of the Case of George Pelly vs. ltKhard
Charlton, for sdnmW, price 25 cents; In Admiralty
Foreclosure of the Hypothecation on the British Brig
Euphemia, pric 2" tents; Official ltrport on the Exist
ing Hawaiian Harbor Laws, price 25 cents ; Official Re
port on the Registry of Vessels in the Hawaiian Islands,.
(rice 25 cents; Average Adjustment in the rase of Am.
irigaiiliue Lafnvette, price 25 cents ; Hawaiian Vocabu
lary, price HI ,25 tf May 2
g I'otyncsinn Agency,
"IT AHAINA, MAUI. Rev. Lor r in Andrews,
JULi Agent for Maui, has constantly on hand, and
for sale back numbers ff the Polynesian (Govern
ment paper) price 12 1-2 cents per No. Also, the
following pamphlets: Official Report on the Har
bor Laws of the Hawaiian Islands, price 25 cents;
Olhcial Report on the Registry of Vessels at the
Hawaiian Islands, price 25 cents; Average Adjust
ment in the case of American Brigantine Lafayette,
price 25 cents; Correspondence betw een II. 11. M.'s
Secretary of State and the U. S. Commissioner, in
the case of John Wiley, an American citizen, price
50 cents; An Award upon the meaning of Lord
Aberdeen's Letter Sept. 12, 1843, in the contro
versy with Richard Charlton, claiming certain laud
in Honolulu by John Ricord, ll.H.IU.'i Attorney
General, price 50 cents; Report of the case of
James Gray, an American citizen, plaintiff in ap
peal vs. Hawaiian Government, price 60 cents. In
Admiralty Foreclosure of the Hypothecation on
the British Brig Euphemia. price 25 cents. Also,
shortly bound vols, of Tic Polynesian, vol. 1st.,
2nd scries, price $6,50.
Lahaina, Maui, May 2, 1845. tf
" Dissolution of Copartaersnip.
THE Copartnership hitherto existing and known
as HALSTEAD & IIOYT, is th day dis
solved. All debts, dues and demands, contracted
for the benefit and use of the above concern up to
this date, will be settled by JOHN J. HALSTEAD.
All persons indebted to the above concern, are re
quested to make isincdiate pavment to the sub
scriber. JOHN 'J. HALSTEAD.
Lahaina, Maui, April 1, 1445.
Tfh RBLS. superior Hawaii Salt Beef; 21)00
lbs. Tallow? 600 lbs. Suet; for sale by tho
Receivers of the Estates of French & Greenway.
Honolulu, Nov. 30, 1844. tf
AT the Store on Mr. French's premises, the
following Goods, ex Haanah, from China :
Old Manila Copper; Pepper; Manila Cordage;
Manila Hats; White and painted feather Fans;
Blue Lights and other Fireworks; Col'd Sarsnetta
and Synchews; do. Levantines; do.Sarsnet Hdkfs.;
Blk Silk Hdkfs.; Scarfs and Bandas (sashes); China
Matting; Manila Cheroots. 4w apr 19
HOUSE CA R P EATER $ JOINER,
HAS on hand, for sale 6000 feet clear No. 1
1 inch pine Plank; 12,000 feet No. 2, 1 inchr
1000 Lights of Sashes (ass'd); 30 pairs of Blinds do.;
30 pannelled Doors do.; 12 Door Frumcs do.; 20 Win
dow do. do.
Ij'Hvilpisg and Jobbing on reasonable terms, at the
Honolulu, November 2, 1S14. tf
THOMAS O. LARKIN,
MONTEREY, UPPER CALIFORNIA.
DEALER IS FVREIGS MERCHANDISE ASD
IC7Wha!.e-Sh!fi supplied with Provisions on
the most reasonable terms of the port, for Bills
on the United States, or for goods adapted to the
IC-Thc Commerce of California is increasing; the
Farmers preparing to furnish Provisions in more
abundance; the Port Charges but Four Dollars
for a whale-ship that may not want to barter
goods for provisions and Thirty Dollars for those
who may wish to; the Government, by decree
of October 1844, having granted the privilege to
captains of whale-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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