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T II K P OLYNESIAN. Januart, ADVERTISEMENTS. Public Notice. To the Creditors and Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Greenway, late merchants, doing busi ness jointly and severally in the Village of Jfonolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Is lands, but now Assignors to the Court oj Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit of their Creditors. TyOU will please to take notice that AX the undersigned lias been legally appointed Agent of the pnid 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 Greenway or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John Greenyay 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 Fstate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been leerallv appointed Agent of said court of Chanccrv to be sued by vou or anv of f you who have claims or demands ol any nature or kind whatsoever either against the said late firm of Francis John Greenway, the said William French or the said F. J. Greenway 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 justify him. Your demands if any, are required by order No. 5 of the said court of chancery to be presented to the undersigned within the space of six calendar months from the date hereof, or you will in default of 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 for and recover your demands. The court has engaged to pay you whatever sums arc legally re covered against the undersigned, or amicably admitted to be due from said Estate by him. JOHN RICORD, Agent of the Court. Dated Honolulu, Oahu, 21 September, 1844. Olelo Hoolahn, Jlku i na mca i aieia ahu a i na mea i aieia mai e ka waueai o William French a me Francis John Greenway, ua hanaiho nei i ke kalepa, pakahi a huiia ma ke kit- lanakauhaleo llonolulu, JMokupuni Oa hu, ko Hawaii Pae Aina, aka, i keia wa lilo ko laua Waiwai i ka Ahahookolokolo hooponopono waiwai Oahu c pono ai na mea a laua c aie aku ai. $C7ME ka oluolu oukou c 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 Greenway i huiia, ina paha ua aieia mai o ua William French pakahi, ina paha ua aieia mai o Franks John Greenway pakahi, mamua aku o ka la 4 o Scpatcmaba nei, a e ike hoi oukou i ko oukim pakcle i ka uku o ke kanawai ke helc koke mai oukou me ka oluolu a e uku mai ia'u a kaa, c hiki ai ka ahahookolokolo ke hooponopono i na nie a ua Waiwai la i aie aku ai. Me ka oluolu hoi oukou c ike ni ua kohoia ka mea i kauia ka inoa malalo nei, mamuli o ke kanawai i Luna o ua Ahahookolokolo hooponopono la, choo kwlokoloia mai au e "oukou c ka poe a Francis John Greenway huira i aie aku ai a me Francis John Greenway a me William French kaawale, o kclaaicao keia nic i hanaia mamua uku o ka la 1 o Sepatemaba nei, a mai ka la o ko ka kau ana i keia olelo ua makaukau ka mea inoa malalo nei, ua oluolu, a ua makemnke loa hoi c laweia mai i ko oukou aie a e hooponopono hoi me ka oluolu, a i olo, c hookolokolo ma ke ka .nawai e like me ke ano o ka hana ana. Ma ka olelo Hclu 5 o ua ahahookoloko lo la e laweia mai ko oukou aie a pan loa imua o ka mea inoa malalo nei, a maopopo, iwaena o na malama eono mai ka la aku o ke kakau ana i keia palapa la, a i ole oukou e lawe mai, a e hooko lokolo paha iwaena pono o ia manawa alaila, pan ko oukou kulcana e hiki ai ke hoopii i na Ahahookolokolo o ko Ha waii Pae Aina c koi mai ai i ka uku no ko oukou aie, a man loa aku. Ua olelo ka Ahahookolokolo v. uku ia oukou i na uku i hooholoia ma ka hookolokolo ana, a ma ka hooponopono oluolu paha ua aieia c a'u ke ukuia noloko o ua waiwai la. JOHN RICOIM). Luna o ka Ahahookolokolo. Kakauia inn Honolulu, Oahu, Sepatemaba 21, 1811. Avis. Jinx crcanncrs it dtbileiira dc la maison Wil liam French t Francois Jean Green way ncgnciaiits, faisan! dei'iiiercuieiil des af faire soil coiijo'uilcineiil, sil Hepareiilelil, dans la ville de Honolulu, He Oahu, lrcliipel Han 'an, el mainlenniil auanl fait cession dc lairs biens a la conr dc chancclU ric dc Oa hu, en fi veil i' de leiirs ei'eaueiei'is. tCJVOtlS Cttjs pivvuius quo le soussigm; a 'tt' It'giiloiiK'iit iioimiu' Agent lo la ditc conr de eliancellerio pour lecuoillir toutes lea dettcs conjointes on se purees, dues uvunt lo Hit Septuinluo couraut a la ditc maison, tenue soit siti.v noins conjoints do Francois Jean Greenway et de William French, soit an nom de William French soul, soit an nom do Franco-is Jean Green way separemcnt, ct uo vous epatgneicz des frais en les lui romhoursant promptement ct vtdontairement pour (juo la conr puisse liquider les dettes do la sus-dito maison. Vous etes e;alenient pre'venus fpio lo sous signo a etc. legalement nomine Agent do la dito cour do cliancelloi ie a fin (pie tons ct chacuu de litre vous ayant des litres a presen ter on des demandes do (piehpio nature quelles soiesent, contro la ditc maison tenuc )rccedomment soit au nom do Francois Jean Greenway ct du sus-dit William French, soit au nom du dit Francois Jean Greenway, pour des sommes dues ou pre tenducs etro dues anterieurcment au dit jour, ou memo au dit jour 4cmo Soptemhro, vous puissioz vous adrosser a lui, ct quo 1c soussigne est cntierement dispose a rocevoir et a liquider vos demandes soit a Fanuahlc soit ensuivant les voies do la justice, scion que les circonstances lc demanderorit. Vos demandes, si vous en uvez a lai re, par Ord rc No. 5 de la ditc cour de chanccllerie devront ctrc presentes au sussigno dans l'c space de six mois (calcndrior) a partir de la presentc date ct faute de cctte presentation ou de toute procedure qui pourrait ctrc nc cessitee dana l'espace llxo ci-dessus, vous pcrdrcz pour toujours le droit do poursuivrc ct de reclamcr vos droits dovant lestribuna ux des lies Hawaii. La cour s'engnge a vous payer toutes les sommes Itgalcment ou amiahlcrnent rcconnues etrc dues par le soussigne sur les fonds do la sus-dito maison. JEAN RICORD, Agent dc la cour. In Chancery Oiidku No. 6. FRANCIS J. GREENWAY and WM. FRENCH rs. their creditors. PURSUANT lo the prayer of William Paly, (Jeorgo Pelly nnd William French, receivers appointed by Order No. 5, in thin cause, It is hereby ordered that said receivers shall have the following powers, without special application to this court. 1st. To employ n clerk to keep the books &c, ne cessary in the management of the trust reposed in them, whoso salary shall not execed five hundred dollars per milium, besides the expense of bis hoard. 2d. To choose for themselves a chairman out of their number. 3d. To dispose to the host advantage of anv prop erty of said estate, not exceeding at any time in val ue o)i), when two of t hem shall be of opinion that such sale will be advantageous to said estate. ft t It. It shall be their duty to Keep a faithful re cord of all their transactions ns receivers, and make report of the same to this court, on the day of the final decree, or 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 properly of said estate sold, until it shall amount in Iih hands to one thousand dollars, when the same shall be paid over by him to this court. 4 t It. In all rases where the sales intended by them shall be likely to exceed 3(1(1, they are re quired to obtain special permission of this court he tore said sales t hall be considered valid. 7th The said receivers arc hereby ordered to take possession of all the property of said estate, belong ing now to this court, whether real or personal; all rents, issues, and profits thereof, ami all moveable ellects; make a schedule, and file the same with this court for its informal ion, 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, lllh day of September, IS 11. opt M. KEKUANAOA. ka Hooponopono Kauuwui Olki.o Hklu u. FRANCIS JOHN JR E EN WAV .1 mo WILLIAM FRENCH, kuc 1 ko laua mea i nie aku ai. 1 LIKE mo ke noi ana mai o William Paty a Jt me (ieoriro Pelly a o William French, ka poo malama waiwai, i kohoia ma ka olelo hclu 5 o keia hana. Nolaila; ua holo keia olelo e hiki ni i ua poo la nana e malama i ka waiwai, ko hann i kria nym hana me kc noi ole mai i ka ahahookolokolo I. E hoolini ilinu j kakauoh lo, n kakau i ka buko a me na olelo c nie,i kupono i ka oihana, i haa wiia ia lakott, aolc nac coi aku kona uku i na hane ri data ( lima o ka makahiki, a me ko ka ai. 2. K koho i Luna noloko o lakou. 3. K kuai ntakepono i ka waiwai a pau, nole nac c oi aku kekahi kuai una, i na dala 300, nia i ka tnanao like ana o na ntea elua o lakou, ua kupo no ke kuai ana, c pono ai ka waiwai. 4. K kakau pono lakou i ka lakou liana a pau loa no ka malama waiwai ana, a e hoikc mai i keia ahahookolokolo ina ka la c hooponopono nui ai, a mamua mai paha. 5. K 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 huokahi, alaila, uku mai oia i keia ahahookolokolo. G. Ina i manao lakou c kuai i k mea, c oi ana i na dala 300, alaila o A a aie niiia ana o Auia ahahoo , olo, olo Aa mea ehi.i ai ua Altai ana la. 7. Ke olelo aAu nei Acia, i na men malama wai wai e Aii kokc aku i ua waiwai la ua lilo mai i A-eia ahahooA'oloAolo i keia wa, ina he waiwai paa, ina he waiwai pili i Ac Aino, i na hoolimalima, i na loan mai a me na puka a pan loa, a me na waiwai lewa. II AaAau pono i Acia mau mea, a e waiho mai iloA'o 0 Acia ahahooAoloAolo c maopopo ai,i hiAi pono ai hoi i Acia ahahooAolokolo ke buna a me kc kuai aku 1 ua waiwai ia i keia wa a i keia wa. Hooholoia ma Honolulu, i keia la, 11 o Sepatemaba, 184-4. tf M. KEKUANAOA. Fresh Uccf. HE RECEIVERS of the Estates of Messrs. W. Fu f.n en and F. J. Grkenway. herehv give notice that they otl'er to supplv ships and fami lies with FliESU li KEF, at the Slaughter I Inline on French's Wharf, under the direction id' (iKokuk Rush, ut the following prices, viz.: to ships ut 5 cents per lb., and to families at ( cents per lb. Corned Reef can also be obtained on application us above. Oct. 5. Salt I710R SALE in any quantities, deliverable at Mauna lua, or Honolulu, at lower rates than has been otl'ered heretofore. Apply to Honolulu, Oct. 19. J. R. von PFISTER. P For Sftle. RINTED RILLS OF LADING for sale at this office. tf Registry of Vessels. OFFICIAL Report on the Registry of Vessels in the Hawaiian Islands. Printed by order of Government. Honolulu, 1844. Just issued, and for Bale ut this office. Price, 25 cents. nlti Important Correspondence. TO lie had ut thisOHire, (price 50 cents,) copies of the "Correspondence between II. II. M. Secretary of State and the United States' Commis sioner, in the case of John Wiley, an American citizen. " Government Press, Honolulu. n9 Charlton's Trial. JUST PUBLISHED, and for sale at this Office, a Report of tho case of Geohgk Pelly vk. Rich Ann Charlton tried before His Excel lency M. Kkkvanaoa June 18 and 19, 1844. Single copies, 25 cents. tf July 27 Salted Ileef. -WfclTh nm's- P"Pcrior Hawaii Salt Beef; 2000 QJPXW lbs. Tallow; GOO lus. Suet; for sale by tho Receivers of the Estates of French & Greenway. Honolulu, Nov. 30, 1844. tf Notice. DOCTOR C. F. WINSLOW, from the United States, having established himself a permanent resident at Lahaina, (Maui,) offers his services to those persons who visit that port, in need of Medi cal or Surgical attendance. Lahaina, Maui, Nov. 30, 1844. 6m Compositors Wanted. jOOD COMPOSITORS can find employment 'v "VI") '"o 1X1 ll,,s wince. tf li9 Notice. A M- persons indebted to ELI JONES, arc re uuesled to make immediate payment; and those having demands, to present the same without delay as he is about leaving lor the U. Slates. JrCTho business will in future be carried on under the linn of JONES & MA K EE, who solicit a share of public patronage. ELI JONES, Honolulu, Oct. 2(5. JAMES M AK EE. : . w . v 1 n c. r. n t , HOUSE CJltPE.YTEli $ JO LYE It, MAS on hand, for sale 2000 feet clear No. 1 A. pine 1 1-4 Plank; (iOOO feet do. do. 1 inch; ' -i1'1"! fi et No. 2, I inch itioo Lihls of Sushi- (ass'd); pairs of lllimU tin.; :m jmunelled Doors do.; 14 l..r I' mines do.; 20 Window do. do. Hrl'i ii tHSG mid Joduing on reasonable terms, ut the shortest notice. Honolulu, November 2, Hll. tf T A uctions. VIE SUBSCRIBER havinrr InUon nut nr. .'ItrCTlOA'EEirS Llf'KJK'NK C. 41... vear ending June 30th, 1843, tenders his services to ms iriemts ami tlie public. He has the advantage of u number of years experience, and a good central stand tor 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 ull parties. Tho following are his terms for effecting Auction Sales, viz.: 1st. When accounts are kept, bills made out, nnd good. delivered by the owner or consignee -2 1-2 per cent. 2d. When uccounts nre kept, bills made out, nnd goods delivered by the Auctioneer on sales amount-in- to moio than $1000, 3 per cent. and on sales amounting to less thsn 1000, .1 pPr cent . WILLIAM PATY, Ju'rlioimr. Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1H I. CANTON HOTEL, TfltT i.n.lm irtiml ti'kfMlf ftflLftn ftliA .. ' S ! S p-jl AM-mnrlv Itnnun n tlin 11 Wnrron I4nl begs to assure the public that he has spared no ex pense in fitting up the Fume for the comfort and convenience of residents and visitors, and solicits a fdtaro of the public patronage. BILLIARD ROOM and newly fitted BOWLING ALLEYS attached to the premises. Tho services of superior Chinese Cookt and M ailers 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 unv required quantity iiuua. Aug 21. tf For Snlcj BY E. & H. GRIMES, on the most reasonable terms, the following articles, viz : 5 tons Kusia IRON? 4 do. Swedes do ; 2 tons German STEEL; I ton Gust Steel 2ii M. SHINGLES; ftouo ft. Columbia River PINE; 1 Whale BOAT; 10 hhls. ROSIN, and 12 Ibis. TAR; 5 tons hoon IKON ; 23 cask BKEAD; 4 doz. Cane-Sent CHAIRS; 3 do. wood do. do. Kino It. Oak BOA III S; 2oiui do. do. PLANK; 20 doz. BROWN STOUT; W do.. ALE; 4oi.i bids. CASKS; Manila and Hemp (-OBDAGE ; 4 cases pegged BOOTS; 2 do. sewed do.; 4ii gentlemen's Riding SADDLES and BRIDLES ; Kin doz Turkey red HDKFS.; f.d doz. Madras do. ; 40 doz. Scotch plaid do.; I cuse Moxheto NETTING; I ciiM? Furniture CHINTZ ; Jan. 4. IIALSTEAD & 1IOYT, C.MPEJK'TEHS and CAHIXET-MAKERS,. LAHAINA, MAUL rnHE above firm carry on Cabpkntrt and! JL Cabinet-Makiisc, in all their various brunches, at the tow n of Lahaina. Having enjoyed a lair share of public patronage for the past, they solicit the same for the future; and assure their patrons, that no exertions shall be wanting on their part, to give complete satisfaction. They also execute CARVING in wood, in all it various branches, nnd in the neatest style. Lahaina, Maui, Dec. 14. tf Storntre to be Let. npiIE RECEIVERS of the Estate of William JL French and F. J. Greenway, otter to let cer tain Rooms, Sheds, and Yard room, in the premise lately owned by J. Dudoit, Esq., now owned by said Estate. tf Dec. 14. Exchange on the United States. THE RECEIVERS of the Estates of William French and F. J. Greenway, ofler for sale Bills of Exchange on the United States, in various sums, amounting to $1800. Enquire of Doc. 14. tf WILLIAM PATY. TAPPAN & DENNET, PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, No. 114 Washington-Street, BOSTON, U. S. Chaihks TaPpan, ) Charles 1 Dennet, Constantly on hand a general assortment of Stand ard Wouks, M isc ei. lan Eocs, Classic a i. mid Scnoot Books, English and American Stationery. (Jan 12 tl) E. T. LORING &. CO., SHIP CIMJ'1)LERV, HARDWARE, 4c VALPARAISO. iCP N. B. Agency and Commission Business at tended to, and Money advanced to Whale Ship ftor Drafts on the United States or England, on th most favorable terms. Dec. 28. RICHARD" FORD, CO ATE YAXCER an J A TTORJSTE Y IN HIS MAJESTY'S COURTS OF LAW. (si 4 tf) THOMAS O. I. A It KIN, MONTEHEV, UPPER CAL1FOKNIA. HEALER L FUREKIS MERCHANDISE ASH CA Ul )R.JA PROD I CE. jCTVnAi.K-Siurs supplied with Phovihions on the most reasonable terms of the port, for Bill on the United States, or for goods adapted to the market. X7' "The Commerce of California is increosing; th Firmer preparing to furnish Provisions in more abundance; tho Port Charges but Four Dollars for a wlmle-ship that mav not want to barter poods for provisions and Thirty Dollars for those who may wish to; the d'overnment, by decree of October INI 1, having granted the privilege to captains of w hale-ships to sell goods lo a suffi cient amount for I heir supplies, by paying duties on the goods actually sold. ICV-Wood run be procured in Monterey. Wells urn being built near the beach, with pipes to con duet water to tho boats. The climate is mild; vessels never carry nway a sick crew, and can, in the autumnal months, in common season, ob tain precisions and leave port in two weeks. Letters tun be sent via Ma.atlan to tho United States (at times) in from sixty to seventy days. ii'Ji)(l) TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. lUr'SuHMCRiPTiON fcli per annum, payable in advance; half year, 3,00; quarter, $2; single copies, 12 1-2 cents; 2 copies, 25 cents; 3 copies, i 1-2 cents; 4 copies, 50 cents; 8 copies, $1. ICP AnvKRTisiNo. A square, $2 for first three insertions, 50 cents for each continuance; more than halt a square, and less than a whole, 1,50 for first three insertions, and 30 cents for each conlinuuncc; huf a square, or less, $1 for firpt three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. By the year more than half, and not exceeding a whole column, $60. Lcsr amounts t pro portion.iie ra(c9, as ogrcud upon.