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I'UKMHIIEU WKEKLY, AT UOMiMi o
IHI, IIWVAIIW ISMM)S.
J. J. JARVKS, KniTim.
A I ) V K R TIS K A I EN 1S .
Memorandum of (;ols
J lT RECEIVED, per the "Nepaiil," f,o,
London, and for Hale bv KEOKUK IM I I V
and (;K0IU;E T. ALLAN, Agents for the HuuWs
Carpenter's Adzes, Shell Augurs, lhad Awls, Hue i.ml
whit basins and soap drainers to insttcli. green Unite
Kai'tlicii whit Slop Basins-sugar and milk, brass Bed-
tra ls with moscj.eto curtains complete, Day & Martins
iquiJ a,H paste Blacking, Mu,. m0,. bVli.ien, Wi, c
lotties Wellington and Hessian light Boots, I,,,!,;, r.,,.
tr anil cotton braces, holts for doors, snaflle nnd double
r.m bridles brushes-, loth, hair, looth. shoe, vh -wash
and horse i h.aions-moilier of pearl, shirt, patent metal"
.id w.iile horn; imitation wax candles, pl.iled candle,
uicis and shades lor do., cloth foraging caps- - plS,i ,UM
with enld lace. hands-of nil sizes; handsome dressi;,
cases, cut glass "alt cellars, paring nn.l mortise eldse
oil cloths lor rooms, lilies' superfine eloths. lalde cloths
m I tar.Jr covers, superfine dress ami frock coal- latest
lashion, snl; and rot t()1 frock cats, brass cocks nss'd
M2es. cmnhsdrcssnifr, etc. etc. elc; best velvet' win
corks; l.lue cottons, prims, reiratias, and bleached and
unblocked lon clolhs. fine hook ami printed mu-lius
hn.t Lstnpcllas. India rnhher capes, sets of block-tin
.tis.li covers, sets of dinner and tea crockery, plated ami
acpiercd lienor and cruet stands, decanters plain and
cut quart nnd pint; hleache.l diaper-lor toweling, line
white dimity, linen drill white and hrown. pieces blue
and wmie flannel superfine and second quality, hlk silk
terms tor shoe lies; hand, cross-cnl, and )it.sav tiles,'
3ilors' Guernsey frocks and duck, copper mid brass
Kaiue for safes, wine glasses of nil sorts and latest pat
terns, toilet glasses, spike and assorted gimUets, window
K'lass, Kri.lironsli.riru and small, ladies' and gentlemen's,
silk, cotton, and kid gloves; socket gouires, twilled cot
ton dressing gowns, percussion caps, tinet ennnister
powder. kegs gunpowder (28 ihs. each), Handkerchiefs
Mlk and cotton, for neck and pocket, hasps and rfi.tnics,
Mack and white beaver hats (latest fashion), hinges
iron and hrass. ladies and gentlemen's si!k ho,e, do", do.
cotton hose all sizes, hleachrd huckahuck-for table
loths; blue cloth, pea, and superfine cloth jackets; Hat,
holt and hoop iron, smoothing irons; plane irons double
and single-all sizes, earthen ware jnijs, wrought iron
Ka kettles and cast iron pots, double and single hlade
pocket knives; tahle knives and forks, firs-t quality; gold
iace, for caps; lace, for ladies' dresr.e:,: irih' linen,
Hutch ovens; locks pad, hrass clise, door. desk, cup
f.oard, etc.; nails, of all sizes, wrought and cut; rivets,
needles, sauce pans; Osmhurghs, for bagging; oval and
round tin pans, in nests of 4 cat h ; frying pans, larye nnd
small; silk parasols, hest English perfumery, chiv pipes,
mixed and diamond pins, sailors' hook liu pots; earthen
warp, tea and Brilauia metal tea and coffee pots, of very
handsome patterns: fancy quilting-, Mack hair ribbon,
best English hog-skin saddles; saws cross-cut, hand,
pit and tenon; fine and common scissors, cork and wood
screws; silk serge, for coat linings; shovels and spades,
plated spurs; duck sheotin.tr, for trowsers and light shirts;
men's and hoy's white cotton, striped, regatta. Mue and
red flannel; shoes ladies' nnd gentlemen's light summer,
hoys, youths, girls and infants, men's strong hound;
frentlcmcn's common Morocco slippers, portahle sofas;
soap yellow, mottled, and hest shaving; steelyards, to
woi?h from 10 to 2QU Ihs.; white tape, nss'd sizes'; thread,
silk, and cotton, of oil colors and qualities; Led tick iu;'
tin. different sizes; Netjrn Head toLacco; trows.-rs sum
mer, sailors' duck, cloth and white drill; plain and cut
i;'.iss tumhlers, eartlien ware soup tureens, iron wheels
.r trucks, summer vests, f.rass wire; very superior Port.
Sherry, and Madeira wines; pine-apple cheeses; hest
flurham mustard, in hollies; Lest Curolina rice; llod
son's hest pale ale, in casks and Lotties; pickles, and
mushroom and anchovy sauce,
V. foolscap hooks. I, 2.3 and I quires; S. K. fools
cap and tto post wniinLT paj'er, ovo memorandum hooks,
I'iiicK nivt red inlc fiowtrr. iflass cone inks
, J erry s su
v )!!!( li'ii,'
hoxes wt.fers; slates lnrtre and small; hest sealintr wa
knives of verv Mipnior ouality. slate oenciis. I'errv's su
perior steel pens: Lroa I, midiUmj anil narrow olfie'e te.jie;
Anchf.rs for vessels of .'J.-.O ton-,; do. do. IfiO to 1"0 do.,
sniis do. t".o to o do.; douhle and sintrle hlocks, all sizes;
I''iiiit brushes; patent chain caMes, complete; holts pa
tent canvas, No. I to No. S: sheathinif eopjier, li-J, 21
a:id 16 oz.; Nails for do., sheet lead and pump Jcathcr;
copper rods and spike nails, sail needles, boal nails and
pump tacks, sail hooks and sewing jialins. paints and
pitch; whale line, rope nnd riKJfmtr of nil 'dimensions;
ratline, deep sea and hand lead lines, spirits turpentine;
varnish f lack, bright and copal: seaming and roping
'vine, linseed oil. rosin. Mockholm tnr. outtv in 7 1L.
Madders; and a variety of other articles not mentioned
a tins memorandum.
III Chancery Orbeb No. fi.
FRANCIS J. (J R KEN WAY and WM.. FRENCH
vs. their creditors.
PURSUANT to the prayer of William 1'aty,
Oeorffc I'elly and William French, receivers
nppointed by Order No. 5, in this cause,
It is hereby ordered that paid receivers shall have
he following powers, without special application to
lt. To employ a clerk to keep the Looks &c., ne
cessary in the management of the trust reposed in
'hem, whose salary shall not exceed five hundred
dollar per annum, besidcH the expense of his hoard.
2d. To choose for themselves a chairman out of
3d. To dispose to the best advantage of anv prop
erty of said estate, not exceeding at any time'in val
i 300, when two of them shall be of opinion that
huch sale wi 1 1 be advantapeoiw to said estate
1th. It. rthall bo their duty lo keep a faithful re
cord of all their transactions as receivers, ami make
port of the fame to this court, on the day of the
final decree, or sooner if required.
fith. William Paty, on of snid 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 hi hands to ono thousand
dolhrs, when the same ,hal be paid over by hini to
th. In all cases where tho sale intended bv
hem shall bo likely to exceed $300, they are re
quired to obtain special permission of this court be
fore said sales shall be consiuVrud valid.
'h The said receivers are hereby ordered to take
poshes, jMll , , I all the property of said estate, belong-
SATURDAY, APRIL 19. 11.-.
illy DUW to tllM COlllt. whether rnnl i. I. ..11
rent.-, issues, and prol.is thereof, and all moveable
.iccts; make n schedule, and f.Io tho Hame with
tins court lor its information, and the better to ena
ble this court to c-uide their operations in disposing
of said property, from time to time.
Done at Honolulu, thiv, Hi,
day of September, ls i t.
ri'f M. KKKUANAOA.
W ! T La
Mn kit llooponopono lian.iwni
Oi.t:i. Hei.u 0.
FRANf:iS .JOHN (JREKNWAY a me WILLIAM
1' KENCII, kue i ko laua mea i aic aku ai.
Nl LIKE me ke noi ana mai o William Patv a
.fi J me Cruris. IVIly a , William French, "ka
poe inilama wiiiwai, i kohf.ia ma ka olelo helu o
keia hana. , .,!ail; ; uaholokr ia olelo e hiki ai i
Jia p" la nana e malania i ka waiwai, ke liana i
k ia man hana me k: noi ole mai i ka ahahookolokoh,
I. K hoolinialim.i i kakauolelo, r. kakau i ka
buke ii me na olelo e nie.i kupono i kaoihana, i haa
VMM ia lakou, aole nac t oi aku kona nku i na hane
n il.ila elima o ka inakahiki, a me ko ka ai.
U. II koho i Luna noloko o lakou.
3. ' kuai makepono i ka waiwai a pan, aole
nae e oi aku kekahi kuai ana, i na dala .'J00, aia i
ka nianao like ana o na men elua o lakou, ua kupo
no ke ku ii ana, e pmio ai ka waiwai.
I. I kakitu pomi lakou i ka lakou liana a pan
loa no ka malama waiwai ana, a e hoike mai i kt ia
ahahookolokolo ma ka la e hooponopono uui ai, a
mamua mai paha.
5. ; lilo o William Paty i kalui malama dala no
na pica malama waiwai, ia'ia na dala a pan loa i lo
u a in lakou a hiki i ko tausaui hf.okahi, alaila, aku
mai oia i ki ia iihahookolokolo.
o'. lua i nianao lakou e kuai i k mea. n oi ana i
na dala 300, alaila o .a aie mu.i aim o .-oia ahalioo
.oloAfdo .a mea e hi.i ai oa Auai ana la.
7. Ke olelo aru nei .ei i, i na mea malama wai
wai Aii ro.e arn i ua waiwai la ua lilo mai i .t ia
nhuhoo,olo.olo i k i;i wa, ina he waiwai paa, ina
he waiwai piii i .e Aino, i na hoolimalima, i na loan
nni a me na pnka a pan loa, a mo na waiwai lewa.
11 A-nAau pono i Aeia man men, a e wailm mai iloAx
0 Acia ahahooAoIoAolo maopopo ai, i hiAi pono ai
hoi i Acia nhahooAolokoIo kc hana a me ke kuai aku
1 ua waiwai la i kela wa a i keia wa.
Jioohojoia ma Honolulu, i keia la,
1 o Sepatemaba. 1 S- 1.
if M. KKKUANAOA.
New floods per ' Montrcnl."
FOR SALE. ON REASONABLE TERJTS, by E. & II.
(RIMES, the following Goods viz:
2$l UOXKS fJLASS, SxlO and 10x12; 50 doz.
rtf pocket Knives, assorted: 100 do! Sheath
do. do.; Chisels, Carpenter's Rules, assorted;
Nails, 40 M. Tacks, assorted; 12 cases Rrogans,
assorted; Knives tind Forks, assorted; -IA pit-Saws,
7 feet each: 21 Muskets; 30 Riding Saddles; 10
doz. (ilobe Lanterns; 20 reams Wrapping Paper;
20 do.. Hint's Axes; .'ill doz. Axe Handles; MM.
Needles; (I cases blue Drills; cases blue Sheet
ings; 1 ease Fancy Articles; 1 ense Red-Ticking;
1 bbls. Dried Apples. tf Mch 2f)
Stornue to be Let.
njlHK RECEIVERS of the Estate of William
M. French and F. .1. (Jreenway, ofler to let cer
tain Rooms, Shed', and Yard room, in the premises
lately owned by .1. Dudoit, Esq., now owned bv
said Estate. tf Dec. 1-1. "
f UST received, per "Nepaul," " Hull," and
" Hannah," ami for sale, on liberal terms, by
PATV & CO. :
6 bales English Long Cloths super article; 6
bales do. blue Cottons 38 inch; 4 bales do. brown
Cottons very line; 2 cases" China .blue Cottons;
3 eases English bluo Drills; 1 ease English Prints;
1-2 case fancy col'd Sarsnets; 1 case blk Sinche vs;
1 case blk silk Hdkfs.; 10 ps. "soft" wh. Muslin
52 inch, very line;' 50 ps. narrow black Ribbons;
Superfine white Flannel; 40 do., men's Half Hose;
20 lbs. Stone Rlue for linen; 50 grocc suspender
and strap, metal and bone Buttons; 150 lbs. Linen
Thread; 10 doz. hand-saw Files, Locks, Rutts, &c.
Silver Ware; table Furniture, &c. Also, for sale
1000 lbs. brown "Sugar, good qualify; 400 galls.
Molasses; Sperm Oil; Cider Vinegar; 2000 ft. pine
Hoards; Present d Meats and Vegetables, in cans;
o pis. splendid nilver plated Candlesticks with ex
Honolulu, March 12, IS 13. tf
ABOUT 200 superior Bullock HIDES, for sale
by the Receivers of the Estate of French fc
(reenvvav. tf Ml
JTnUrc SUBSCRIBER having taken out nn
JJL JUCTIOA'KEICS LICtWSK, for the
year ending June 80th, IS 15, tenders his services to
liis friends and the public. He has the advantage
of a number of years experience, and a good central
stand for the business.
The subscriber begs to assure those who may
favor him with their patronage, that no exertion
will be spared lo give the fullest satisfaction to all
The following are his terms for cfVecling Auction
1st. When accounts are kept, bills made out,
and goods delivered by the owner or consignee
2 1-2 per cent.
2d. When accounts are kepf, bills made out, and
goods delivered by the Auctioneer on sales amount
ing to more than .1000, 3 per cent. and on sales
amounting to less than SIOOO, 5 per ct.
WILLIAM PATV, Jtuctinnttr.
Honolulu. ug. 21, Mil.
'r Ihr t'olynrsiuJt.
W O M A N ' S L O V E.
TIIOUUHIS M'tiUKSiRl) BY RtADINij A SATIHT
0 MA N 's I.O V t.
Do we look for stars in the morning sky,
Mi"ii the fiery car of the sun's on lutrh .'
Do we look for the mark d th vessel's keel,
Or the viewless winds that the foic ts reel .'
As well think with ike eje to trace
The track of the planets thiomh a world of spin e,
As weil hope to increase iur ,Ves by n day,
As to Leluve a woman's love longer can stay :
They me i reuturc of chi.nge, and hard to find,
As the circumambient air. or inconstant wind;
Their radiant beauty, and bewitching smile,
Are only employed us ' poor iools' to beguile,
And if in a weak moment you promise to wed,
Then a victim straight to the altar you're led,
Unless made lo believe matrimony a curse,
When the Itnr will protect thein. look out for your purse.
But bless i he dear creatures, their chains I have worn,
And to this 'oasis' in the desert of life I now tuin,
As to a gh am of bright sunshine, where sill eNe is gloom.
M. K. Bowlks.
The Last of the Cannibals.
A Legem, of .Uanzea, tut hlmtil aijurenl to the
Sum on (Srtinjt.
B v M . E . B o w i. k s .
Tim island of Mangca, with Roxburgh
and two or three others, stands apart, and is
not recognised among any of the groups
which are classed as such, and are known
by the general name of Polynesia. Rut this
although insignificant in point of size, is
gifted by nature with those features and
characteristics which render it a very queen
among the ocean islands, and once to visit
it, forms a new era in a man's life. It is
beautifully diversified by hill and dale, and
here and there a 'babbling brook' is seen,
half hid among the plantain and banana
groves, threading its way to the shore, while
adown its richly wooded hills come leaping
in cascades full many a larger stream. The
native hufs, abundantly shaded by the ma
jestic palm and bread-fruit trees, arc dotting
every gentle slope and plain; and among
the thickets of the richest tropical fruits
that everywhere abound, these simple people
have only to stretch out their hands and
supply their wants. They are indeed a
happy people ! Or at least as far as local
circumstances can affect man's happiness in
this 'barren world of ours.' Nature has
supplied their every want, and with labor
barely sufficient to make her bounties sweet,
they may cull full store.
But it is but yesterday that this earthly
paradise was inhabited by a race, at whose
name their children, emancipated by the
gospel from the gross idolatry in which their
fathers had been plunged for centuries, will
shudder with horror, and who, to hear upon
the Christian .Sabbath the sound of the
church-going-bell,' and sec the thousands
wending their way to a place of Christian
worship, would believe that these are the
descendants of a race of the most inveterate
cannibals, and upon the site of that neat and
spacious church, surmounted with its turret
and bell, was, twenty-five years ago, a
.Moral,' or place of human sacrifice ! And
upon that eminence to the right of the house
occupied by a Christian missionary, were
held their savage Iloolah-hoolahs and feast
of human flesh after a return from victory
ever their enemies of Wateoo. Full many
of those aged men who now mingle with the
throng that are entering that church have
participated in those horrid feasts ! Hut
these were in other days : the sun has risen
upon Mangea, and its moral waste has been
made to blossom us the rose, and rival even
its natural beauties. The cannibals are
talked of as a strange Ibing, and the object
NKW SEIUKS, Vi.. l.-N. 49.
of this veritable legend is to commemorate
the destruction of the last of these monster
by the hands of his own people.
Adjacent to the shore upon the south side
of the island are a number of deep caves,
communicating with one another, and only
accessible fr om the sea. These arc shown
as the resort of the last of the cannibals, and
thence, long after the custom had been abol
ished among his fellows, this monster would
sally forth armed with the terrible war-club
and spear that had ever rendered the war
like Mangeans formidable enemies, and seiz
ing upon young women or children drag
them to bis den to furnish his wolfish meal.
Many of their sons and daughters had dis
appeared thus mysteriously, and the fathers
of Mangea were at a loss to divine tho
cause. Another and yet another had gouo
to the favorite spring of 'sweet water,'
which gush- d from the side of 'the hill over
looking the sea, and never returned. One,
the favorite daughter of old Robulla a chief
of the first rank, had gone forth at evening,
and was seen taking her usual walk along
the shore, but from that hour Imr fntlmr'd
house was desolate : his ' singing bird re
turned no more to her nest, and no tidings
were heard of her afterwards. The super
stitious fears of the people were now fully
awakened, and fearful of falling into an
ambush of the Evil One or some of his
emissaries, they dared not venture beyond
the thrcshhold of their own doors. None
but the slaves were allowed to go without
the bounds of the villages, and these only
in the day time, to bring water from the
springs or wood from the hills. This favored
the cannibal not a little, nor did he fail to
discover the general panic of the Mangeans.
He saw those mighty chiefs and warriors
who had so often led him on to battle com
pletely overpowered with fear, and like
women, shut up in their houses. Embol
dened by his recent success, and perhaps
having a wish for something more delicate
than the slaves afforded, the cannibal sallied
forth one night armed with his club, and
approaching the house of a young chief
whose father had been his cotemporary in
arms for half u century, with the fond hope
that one of the old warrior's grand children
might come forth, a fit morsel for his de
praved appetite, he laid himself down at tho
door to watch. Presently a noise is heard
within, and he listened. It is the wife
of Hanunee, tho young chief: her child is
ill, and she is going to the houso of her
mother for assistance. Her hand is upon
the door, and the cannibal sprang to his feet.
She emerged into the darkness, and he al
lows her to pass a few yards on her way,
when a blow from his club lays her dead at
his feet. Voung Ilammcc waits in vain the
return of his wife. They had been married
five years, but he loved her with all the
freshness of his bridal day, and feeling sure
she too had fallen a victim to the fell demon
that had so long been the curse of his ill-
fated people, and he should sec her no more,
his grief knew no bounds, and tearing his
hair and garments, he refused to be com
forted. The white missionary visited him. Ho
had long, indeed from the first, believed the
demon they so much feared was a monster in
human form, and recollecting tho fact that
one old chief had upon his arrival steadily
manifested the most violent opposition to the
new religion,' and declared it his intention
to live and die a cannibal as had his fathers
before him, he was convinced that although
believed to be dead, this old chief was still
in existence and in the habit of indulging his
inhuman propensity as formerly. After a
time he succeeded in convincing young