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it r n -v t ir -v" T-i o r a xt DtCMltRr ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To ta Creditor and Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Grf.enivay, late merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severally intheFtllage oj Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian ? lands, but now Assignors to the Court of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit of their Creditors. TTOU will please to take notice that jJL the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to" collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Greenwav or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John Greemvay prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Estate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of said court of Chancery to be sued by you or any of you who have claims or demands of any nature or kind whatsoever either against the said late firm of Francis John Greenwav, the said William French or the said F. J. Greenwny individually, claimed to be due on or before the said 4th day of September now current, and that the undersigned is from the day of the date of this notice ready, willing and anxious to receive your demands and liquidate the same either amicably or by suit at law as the circumstances of each case may jnstifv him. lour demands if any, arc required by order No. 5 of the said court of chancerv to be presented to the undersigned within the space of six calendar months from the date hereof, or you will in default ot such presentation and of suit, if need be, within that time, be forever barred in the courts of the Hawaiian Islands, of all right to sue lor and recover your demands. The court has engaged to pay you whatever sums are legally re covered against the undersigned, or amicably admitted to be due from said hstate by hm JOHN RICORD, Agent of the Court. Dated Honolulu, Oahu, 21 September, 1844. Olelo Hoolaha, Jlku i na mea i aieia aku aina men i nip in mai e ka waiwai o William French a me Francis John Greenwav, ua hanaiho nei i ke kalepa, pakahi a huiia ma ke ku lanakauhaleo Honolulu, Mokupuni Oa hu, ko Hawaii Pat Aina, aka, i keia tea lilo ko laua Waiwai i ka Ahahookolokolo hooponopono waiwai Oahu e pono ai na mea a laua e aie aku ai. cjME ka oluolu oukou e ike ai ua kohoia ka mea i kauia ka inoa malalo nei, mamuli o ke kanawai i Luna o ua Ahahookolokolo hooponopono wai wai la, e ohi mai i na aie o ua Waiwai la pakahi a huiia, ina paha ua aieia mai o Francis John Greenwav i huiia, ina paha ua aieia mai o ua William French pakahi, ina paha ua aieia mai o Francis .John Greenwav pakahi, mamua aku o ka la 4 o Sepatemaba nei, a c ike hoi oukou i ko oukou pakele i ka uku o ke kanawai ke hele koke mai oukou me ka oluolu a c uku mai ia'u a kaa, e hiki ai ka ahahookolokolo ke hooponopono i na aie a ua Waiwai la i aie aku ai. Me ka oluolu hoi oukou e ike ai ua kohoia ka mea i kauia ka inoa malalo nei, mamuli o ke kanawai i Luna o ua Ahahookolokolo hooponopono la, e hoo kolokoloia mai an e oukou e ka poe a Francis John Greenwav huiia i aie aku ai a me Francis John Cikeenwav a me William French kaawalc, o kelaaie ao keia nic i hanaia mamua aku o ka la 4 o Sepatemaba nei, a mai ka la o ke ka kau ana i keia olelo ua makaukau ka mea inoa malalo nei, ua oluolu, a ua makemake loa hoi e lawcia mai i ko oukou aie a e hooponopono hoi me ka oluolu, a i ole, c hookolokolo ma ke ka nawai c like me ke ano o ka hana ana. Ma ka olelo Helu 5 o ua ahahookoloko ) la e Jaweia mai ko oukou aie n pan loa imua o ka mea inoa malalo nei, a maopopo, iwacna o na malama eono mai ka la aku o ke kakau ana i keia palapa Ia, a i ole oukou c lawe mai, a e hooko lokolo paha iwacna pono o ia niaimwn alaila, pau ko oukou kuleana e hiki ai ke lioopn i na Aliahookolokolo o ko Ha waii Pae Aina e koi mai ai i ka uku no ko oukou aie, a mau loa aku. Ua olelo ka Ahahookolokolo e uku ia oukou i na uku i hooholoia ma ka hookolokolo ana, a ma ka hooponopono oluolu paha ua aieia e a'u ke ukuia noloko o ua wniwni la. JOHN HICORl). Luna o ka Ahahookolokolo. Kakauia ma Honolulu, Oahu, Sepatemaba 21, 1841. Avis. Jlu.v crCancurs it dlbiteni's de la maison Wil liam French el Francois Jka.v Urcen vvay negotiants, J'aisant dentierement des af faires soit conjointemcnt, suit scpafement, clan lavillede Honolulu, lie Oahu, Anhipel Hawaii, el maintenant aijant fait cession de leurs b'u ns a la cour de chancdlcrie de Oa hu, en fareur de Lurs crianeicrs. tCT VOUS etc prevenus quo lc soussigne a 'te logalcinfnt noinnij Ajxeiit do la dite cour lo r.lianccllerie pour i cciioillir touti's les dt'ttcs conjointes on .st'-parens dues nvant lo 1th Septnmhre commit a la dite niaison, tonne soit mix noins conjoints de Francois Jean Greenwav ct de William French, soit an nom de William French soul, soit an nom do Francois Jean Green wav soparc'incnt, ct que vous opamncrcz tics frairi on lo.s lui remboursant prornptemont ot volontaircmcnt pour quo la com puissc liquider Ics dettes de la sus-dite niaison. "Vous otes ogalement pro venim que le sous si g no a ote h'galement nomine Agent de la dito cour do clianccllcrio a fin que tons et chacun dt'ntrc vous ayant des titrcs a presen ter on des demandes de quelquc nature quollos soiesont, contre la dite niaison tenue prect'dernmcnt soit an nom de Francois Jean Greenwav et du sus-dit William French, soit au nom du dit Francois Jean Greenwav, pour dos sotnmes duos ou pro tendues otre dues antt'rieuremcnt au dit jour, ou niome au dit jour 4etne Septombre, vous puissicz vous adrcsser a. lui, ot que le soussigno est entieroment dispose a rocovoir et a liquider vos demandes soit a Tamiable soit ensuivant les voies de la justice, selon quo les circonstances lc demanderont. Vos demandes, si vous en avez a faire, par Ord rc No. 5 dc la dite cour do chanccllerie devront etrc prescntcs au sussigne dans l'e space de six mois (calcndrier) a partir de la presente date ct faute de cette presentation ou do toute procedure qui pourrait etre ne cessitee dans l'espacc fixe ci-dessus, vous pcrdrez pour toujours le droit de poursuivre et de roclamer vos droits devant les tribuna ux des Ilea Hawaii. La cour s'engage a vous payer toutcs les sommes h'gnlement ou amiablcmcnt reconnues etre dues par le soussignc sur les fonds de la sus-dite niaison. JEAN KICORI), Agent de la cour. In Chancery Order No. 6. FRANCIS J. GREENWAY and WM. FRENCH vs. their creditors. PURSUANT to the prayer of William Paty, George Polly 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 this court. 1st. To employ a cleric to keep the books &c, ne cessary in the management of tho trust reposed in them, whose salary shall' not exceed live hundred dollars per annum, besides the expense of his board. 2d. To choose for themselves a chairman out of their number. 3d. To dispose to tho best advantage of any prop erty of said estate, not exceeding at any time' in val ue tfiJOO, when two of them shall he of opinion that such salo will be advantageous to said estate. 4th. It shall bo their duty to keep a faithful re cord of all their transactions us receivers, and make report of the same to this court, on the day of tho final decree, or sooner if required. 5th. William Paty, one of said receivers, i ap pointed hereby, to bo 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 thall bo paid over by him to this court. it 1b. 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 Tho said receivers are hereby ordered to take possession of all tho property of said estate, belong ing now to this court, whether real or personal; all rents, issues, and profits thereof, and all moveable etlects; 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, 11th day of September, 1844. cptf M. KEKUANAOA. 31 a ka Hooponopono Kanawni Olelo Helu 6. FRANCIS JOHN GREENWAV a mo WILLIAM FRENCH, kite i ko laua mcu i aie aku ai. ELIKE me ke noi ana mai o William Paty a ine Gooruo Pelly a o William French, ka )oo malama waiwai, i kohoia ma ka olelo helu S o Lcia hana. Noluilu; ua holo keia olelo c hiki ai i ua poo la nana e malama i ka waiwai, ko hana i keia man hana mc ke noi ole mai i ka ahahookolokolo 1. E hoolimalima i kakauolelo, e kakau i ka bukc a mc na olelo c ai, i kupono i ka oihana, i baa wiia ia lakou, aolc nac eoi aku kona uku i na hane ri dala eliina o ka makahiki, a mc ko ka ai. 2. K koho i Luna noloko o lakou. 3. K kuai make pono i ka waiwai a pau, aole nac c oi nku kckahi kuai ana, i ua dala 300, nia i ka manRo like ana o na mea elua o lakou, ua kupo no ke kuai ana, c pono ai ka waiwai. 4. K kakau pono lakou i ka lakou hana a pau loa no ka malama waiwai ana, a e hoikc mai i keia ahahookolokolo ma ka la e hooponopono nui ai, a mamua mai paha. !i. E lilo o William Paty i kahu malama dala no na mea malama waiwai, ia ia mi dala a pan Ion i lo aa ia lakou u hiki i Ke tausani hookahi, ulaila, uku mni oia i keia ahahookolokolo. 6. Ina i manao lakou e kuai i ki mea, c oi ana i na dala 300, alaila o ka ai mini ana o Acia ahahoo AoloAolo Aa mea c hiAi ai ua Auai una la. 7. Kc olelo uA'u nei Acia, i na mea malama wai wai c Au Aore aAu i ua waiwai la ua lilo mai i A'eia ahahooAoloAolo i keia wu, ina he waiwai pau, ina he waiwai pili i Ac Aino, i na hoolimalima, i na loaa mai a me na puka a pau loa, a me na waiwai lewa. 12 AaAau pono i Acia mau inea, a e waiho mai iloAo 0 Acia uhahooAoloAolu e maopopo ai, i hiA i pono ai hoi i Acia uhahooAolokolo kc hana a me kc kuai aku 1 ua waiwai la i keia wa a i keia wa. Hooholoia ma Honolulu, i keia la, Ho Sepatemaba, 1H44. tf M. KEKUANAOA. NKW OOI)S, G1 EORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN, Agents for the Hudson's Hay Company, have just received, per barque ISrothcrs, from London, ami otter tor sale, the following articles, vi. : Sundries. Shell Augers bradawls blue and white earthen ware basins with soap drainers to match earthen wnre. slot). Kiuriir. and tnilk basins brass ot. steads, with moscheto curtains and hair mattresses complete Day & .IVartm s host liquid ami pasta blacking wine bottles Wellington and Hessian light boots India rubber und cotton braces bolts for doors cloth, hair, tooth, shoe, whitewash and horse brushes mother of pearl, nhirt, patent, metal, white horn and gilt buttons imitation wax candles plated and brass candlesticks and Shades cloth foraging caps, plain and with gold lace bands, of all sizes handsome dressing cases cut glass salt cellars pairing and mortice chisels oil cloths for rooms ladies' superfine cloths damask table cloths and napkins frock coats brass cocks (assMsi.cs) combs dressing, &e. &c. best velvet wine corks cottons, prints, regattas and bleached long cloths fine book and printed muslins India rubber capes sets of block tin dish covers sets of dinner and tea crockery, &c sets of China plated and lacquered liquor ami cruet stand decanters, plain and cut, quart and pint bleached diaper, for table linen linen drill, white und brown pieces blue and white flannel, superfine und second quality black silk fer rets hand, cross-cut, and pit-saw files sailor's Guernsey and ducA- frocAs copper, brass, and eilA' gauze, for moscheto curtains and safes wine glasses of all sorts and latest patterns toilet glasses of fi nest pluto glass spiAe and assorted gimblcts win dow glass gridirons, large and small silA, cotton, and Aid gloves SocAet gouges twilled cotton dres sing gowns, shawl patterns percussion cups gun flints Acgs gunpowder, of 28 lbs each handker chiefs, silA- and cotton, for necA- and pocAct Hasps and staples blucA- and whito beavor -hats, latest fashion hinges, iron and brass ladies und "cntlc- men's silc hose bleached HucAabucA-, for to'vvcls blue cloth pea and superfine cloth jacAets flat, bolt and hoop iron smoothing irons plane irons, double und single, of all sizes earthen water jugs iron, wrought tea-Acttles and cast iron pots doubly and single blado pocAct Anives also, table Anivcs and for'.s of first quality handsome table-lamps, lace for ladies' dresses Irish linen locAs, pad, brass case door, desA, cupboard, &c. nails ot ull sizes, wro't and cut needles oval and round tin pans, in nests of 4 each frying-pans, largo and small nil.- para sols and umbrellas, of a new pattern clay pipes mixed and diamond pins : light ploughs, with nume rous spare irons to each: sailor's hooc tin pots: earthen ware: tea and Hritannia metal tea and coffee-pots, of very handsome patterns: earthen ware chambers, blue and white: fancy quilting, for vests or bed covers: blacV hair ribbon: saws, cross-cut, hano, pit and tenon: ladies' ncissors: corA-and wood screws: silA- serge, of all colors, for coat linings: shovels and spades: ducA sheeting, for light sails and trowsers: shirts, men and boys' white cotton, striped, regatta, blue and red flannel: shoes, ladies and gen tlemen's light summer, boys', youth's, girl', in fantsand men's strong bound: gentlemen's com mon and .Morocco slippers: brass portable sofas: soap yellow, mottled, curd and best shaving: steel yards, to weigh from 40 to 200 lbs: thrend silA- and cotton, of all colors and qualities: Tin, dillerent sizes: Negro Head tobacco: Trousers Hummer sailors' ducA- and cloth: plain and cut-class tumblers: enrthen ware soup tureens: iron wheels for true.' summer usts: brass wire: coilee: mustard: Caro lina rice. Stationery. Superfine foolscap: boo.s, I, 2, 3 and 4 quires fvo memorandum booJs: blac.-and red inA.poYdur: rrl'iuu tfwrwt iii.iIhuL.. .-.,...7. r iumu ni'iaiuiiun. puilMllVCS, Ot VCrV SUOOfior quality: blate-pencils: Perry's superior n't eel pens: broad, middling and narrow oll'n c tape: boxes wafers. Nnvnl Stores. Anchors for vessels of fiO to 7.v inn un 350 tons: double and single blocAs of all sizes: paint brushes: patent chain cables, complete: bolts patent canvass, No. 1 to N O. H." Khen I liiiirr 'Ki no and 16 oz: nails lor do: copper rods and cpiAe n'lila uniLnin.lInn! I..Kn .... 11.. I pi,.h,,uu,,, wuui-iiuiih anu pump-tucAs: paints pitch, and best StocAholm tar: iron pumps, complete: whalo-Iino and rone and ritnrinr nf n ,i: rathno: deep-sea and hand-leadlines: spirits turpen tine: blacA varnish: seaming and roping twine: lin seed oil: rosin. Columbia country PRODUCE. PhXE SPARS, of all sizes. L UM11ER comprising Plant. Boards, nr.,1 Rafters. A variety of other articles not enumerated. June 1. if MinL CANTON HOTEL. THE undersigned having taken the promiiet formerly known an tho Warren Hotel." bens to assure the public that he hai spared no ex. ptnse in fitting up the same for the comfort and convenience of residents and visitors, and soliicts a share of the public patronage. BILLIARD ROOM and newly fitted BOWLING ALLEY'S attached to the prtmUc. The services of superior Chxnttt Cookt and ?f niter have been secured. Residents may have their meals sent to their homes, or pic-nic parties provided for at the shortest, notice. BREAD nnd PASTRY made at the establish ment, constantly on hand, and will be supplied" in any required quantity HUNGWA. Aug 21. tf Auctions. THE SUBSCRIBER having taken out an AUCTiOXEEWS LWEJVSE for the year ending June 30th, 1843, tenders his services to his friends and the public. He has the advantage of a number of years experience, and a good central! stand far the business. The subscriber begs to assure those who may favor him with their patronage, that no exertion will be spared to give the fullest satisfaction to all parties. The following arc his terms for effecting Auction Sales, viz.: 1st. When accounts are kept, bills made out. and goods delivered by the owner or consignee 2 1-2 per cent. 2d. When accounts arc kept, bills made out, andi goods delivered by the Auctioneer on sales amount ing to more than 1000, 3 per cent. und on sales amounting to less than 10110, S per cent. WILLIAM PATY', Auctionttr. Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1844. T Fresh Beef. HE RECEIVERS of the Estates of Mrssru. W. French nnd F. J. Gr ken way, hereby give notice that they oiler to supply phips and fami lies with FRESH REEF, at the'Slaughter House on French's Wharf, under the direction of George Bush, at the following prices, viz.: to ships at 5 cents per lb., and to families at 6 rents per lb. Corned Beef can also be obtained on application as above. Oct. 5. For Sale. ipl EORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN HJ( have received per the barque Brothers," just arrived from the Columbia River, and ofler for sale, 107,000 feet of superior Lumber, of different dimensions, from 1 inch to 5 inches, and assorted lengths, from 9 feet to 30 feet; 300 bbls. super ex tra Flour just ground; 300 do. of the highly prize Columbia River Salmon; 10 rolls Sh'tLcud. (a31) C . W . VINCENT, HOUSE CARPEXTER $ JOIXER, HAS on hand, for sale 2000 feet clear No. 1 A. pine 1 1-4 Plank; t000 feet do. do. 1 inchr 12.000 feet No. 2. 1 inch; 1000 Lifjhls of Sashes (ass'd); 3d pairs of Blinds do.; 30 panwlled Doors do.; 12 Door Frames do.; 20 Window do. do. ICtHimlping and Joubino on reannaMe terms, at the shortest notice. Honolulu, November 2, 1S41. -if RICIIAIU) FORI), COXVEYAXCER ami ATTORXEY IN HIS MAJESTY'S COURTS OF LAW. (14 tf) ALBERT E. WILSON, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, ASTORIA, MOUTH OK COLUMBIA RIVER, OREGON. JC3Oflers his services for the sale of Merchandize, and purchac of the Produce of the country. Refer to Messrs. C. Brewer & Co. . (g31 tf ) E. If. BOARDMAN, WATCH-MAKER $ JEWELLER, ffli for. sale, an assortment of Jewelry, C7fec,01c,ts&c' Chronometers cleaned, repaired, iSaiid accurutc rates given. Honolulu, May 22. ' tf TIIOIIAH O. LARKIN, MONTKKL'.Y, UPPER CALIFORNIA. DEALER IX FOUEIGS MEIiCII AMUSE A.XD CALIFORNIA PRODUCE. iC? -Whale-Ships supplied with Provimons on, the most reasonably terms of the port, for Bills on the United States, or for goods adapted to the market. 1 fCPTho Commerce of California is increasing; the tanners preparing to furnish Provisions in more abundance; the Port Chorpes but Four Dollars lor a m hale-ship that may not want to barter goods for provisions and Thirty Doliars for thoso who may wih to; the Government, by decree of October 1844. having granted the privilege to captains of whale-ships to sell goods to a sum citiit amount for their supplies, by paying duties on the goods actually sold. IZZJ Wood can be procured in Monterey. Wells are being built near the beach, with pipes to con duct water to the boats. Tho climate is mild; vessels never carry away a sick, crew, and can. in the autumnal months, in common reason, ob tain provisions and leave port in two weeks. Letters can bo sent via Mazutlan to the United) Mates (at tunes) in from mty to seventy days. ii (ly) ' J TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. ICIT- Subscription-. g6 per anmnn, payable in copies, 12 1-2 cents; 2fopios,,25cenl.rScop 37 1-i cents; 4 cop.es, 50 cents; 8 copies, $1. 7Avkrtisinu. A square, '$2 for first three .n-ert,ons, 50 cents for each continuance more thai hall : tt Miuarc, and less than a whole 91,50. lOr tirst tlirPI lnu...:, I nr. ' v ' i - "-vinuiiit, ami ,iv cents lor earn, continuunce: half iv .... VIIIUII1 ailu ow ccnis continuance; half a square, or foss, $1 three MM-riion. 25 vents IW each contim for first continuance.