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"J J V , ,1,7 1 i .-; HJ I. '.I t' iLitl 214 T H E P O L YNESIA N ADVERTISEMENTS. C7" ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE Jf.YO OF ri HAWAIIAX ISLAXDS. Oi'rtcc or Secretary of Statk roR Fomkiu Affairs. Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 20, 1845. ) Wherens, Richard Charlton, a British subject, pretends to claim a certain fdece of land in the Village of llono ulti, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic Majesty's Government, on the 12th Sep tember !S13, to enable said Charlton to produce his grant and show it to be gen uine : 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 nil claim to said land, under the decision of II. B. M's Goverumet, already mentioned, to produce his grant and show it to be genuine t. t. 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, nt the expiration of which time he will otherwise be forever barred of his said Claim. By order of His Majesty. G. P. JUDD, Secy of State for Foreign Ajfairt. KT0 KA OLELO AXA MAI O k'A MO I, SB Lit 0 KO HA WAII PAE AIXA. KXHI O KG KXKAU OLELO ) NO ICO NA AINA V. Honolulu, Oahu, 20 Januari, 1845. ) No ka mca, ke mea 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 hooponopono ai, e hiki ai hoi i a Charlton, e hoike mat a e hooiaio mai i ' kona haawina. Nolaila e ikea ma keia palapala ua ha awi ka Moi i keia ban a i ka aha hookolo kolo no ka mokupuni Oahu,oia ka wahi o kona Aupuni e nono ai i ua Charlton In e hoike 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 olelo Beritania. A ke olelo aku nei keia i ua Charlton la o lilo kona kuleana l ua aina In. i him ole, mamuli o ka olelo ana o ke Aupuni o n.ti..:. : i i i i a a wui uciiiuiim i uuiiKUKaia ma lima, e hoike mai oia i kona haawina, a e ho akaka mai ua oiaio. oia no kn hmL-n mni i kona kuleana, imua o ua Aha hookolo kolo la, e like me ua kanawai la, ma waena o ka makahiki hookah i a me ka la hookahl mai ke kakau Jinn i knin nn lapala hoolaha, no ka mca, ina aole oia e nana pela, alaila pau kona kuleana a mauioaaKu mahopo mai o m manawa. No ke kauoha ana mai o ka moi. G. P. JUDD, Kakauolelo no ko na aina e. To the Debtors of William French and Francis John Grcenuuv. CJA11 persons indebted, anterior to tViA A ill c i oit . i to ui aupiuiiiuur loi, eiiner to W . w . . T. a n r "iuuia.m tKENCII Or lO 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 due. JOHN IlICORD, Collecting Agent for Estate of French $ Greenway. Honolulu, March 29, .1845. I na mca tie mai i ka waiwai o WM. FRENCH a mo FRANCIS JOHN GREENWAY. C30 na mea a pau ua aic lakou, mamoa aku o ka la 4 o Sepatemaba 1844, ia Wm, French, a ia Francis John Greenwat, pakahi a huiia, a huiia nana me kckahi mca e ae; c lobe la kou, o ko lakou pono e uku kokc mai lakou i ka mea ua kakauia ka inoa ma lalo nei, i loaa mai ai ke dala c pono ni kapoei aic aku ai o ua French me Greenway, no ka mea, i ole c ukuia mai nlaila hoopiia lakou ma ke kanawai e koi ni ka uku nna mai o na nie a pau. JOHN R1C0JID, Luna hooponopono aie no .a waiwai o French Greenway. Honolulu, 29 Maraki, 1845. In Chnnrery Order No. 6. FRANCIS J. (i RE EN WAY and WM. FRENCH v. their creditors. - PURSUANT to I l.o prayer of William Paty, George Polly nnd William French, receivers appointed by Order No. fi, in this cause, It M hereby ortlered that said receivers Khali have the following powers, without special application to thi court. 1st. To employ a clerk to keep the hooks fee, ne cessary in the management of the trust reposed in them. wIioho salary phall not exceed five nundrcd dollar per annum, besides the expense of his board. 2d. To choose for themselves a chairman out of their number. 3d. To dispose to the best ndvanf ago of any prop erty of said estate, not exceeding at any time in val ue $300, when two of them shall be of opinion that such salo will bo advantageous to said estate. 4th. It shall be their duty to keep a faithful re cord of all t heir transactions as receivers, and make report of the same to this court, on tho 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 property of said estate sold, until it shall amount in his hands to one thousand dollars, when the auine shall be paid over by him to this court. 6th. 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 considered valid. 7th The said receivers are 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, and all moveable etlects; make a schedule, and fdo the same with this court lor its information, and the better to cna blc this court to guide their operations in disposing oj sum pripuny, iioin nmo 10 lime. Done at Honolulu, this, 11th day of September, 184-1. cptf M. KEKUANAOA. Ma kn Hooponopono Kn nawni Olki.o IlKi.ir (i. FRANCIS JOHN (J KEEN WAY a mo WILLIAM FRENCH, kite i ko laua mea i aie aku ai. ILi LIKE mc ko noi ana mai o William Patv a JLJ mo (Jeorgo Pelly a o William French, ka poe maiama wniwai, i kolioia ma ka olelo hclu 5 o keia liana. Nolaila: ua holo kei.-i nloln ml; ; - - -v in n i in i ua poe Ia nana e maiama i ka waiwai, ke hana i L n 1 1 in nil linn.. t a 1- r i s AA ! ! I. .1 1 i . . mo uui mill 1 Kil UIiailOOlvOlOKOIO 1. E hoolimalima i kakauolelo, c kakau i ka mine a mo na olelo c aie.i kpono i ka oihana, i haa wiia ia lakou, aole nae c oi aku kona uku i na hane ri dala clima 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 imw v wi uivu jvukuiii Kuai ana, i na uala 300, aia i niaiino iiKe ana o na mea elua o lakou, ua kupo no ke kuai ana, c pono ai ka waiwai. 4. 'E kakau nnnn l.ikmi kn Intm.. loa no ka maiama waiwai ana, a o hoike mai i keia ananooKoioivoio ma ka la c hooponopono nui ai, a inamua mai paha. 5. E lilo o William Paty i kahu maiama dala no nil inrft mnlnmn u'tiiii-ni S.. - - f . aa ia lakou a luki i ko tausani hookahi, alaila. aku iiiui uiu i Kciu. unanooKOiokolo. 6. Ina i manao lakou e kuai i fra mea, e oi ana i na dala 300, alaila o Aa aie niua ana o Aeia ahahoo Aoloiolo a inea e hiAi ai ua Auai ana la. 7. J0,01?10 -u oi Aeia, i na mea maiama wai- t I :ac.,1u 1 u.11 'lw" w "a lilo mai i Aeia miiioo,oio,oio i keia wa, ina he waiwai nna, ina nc waiwai pm i C .ino, i na hoolimalima, i na loaa mai a me na puka a pan loa, a me na waiwai Iowa. h A'aA'au nono Aeia m , i - " t v nilllltl IIIUI 1IOAO o A eia ahahooAoIoAolo e maopoponi, i hiA i pono ai . ..MiuKi.miiiuituiu he nana a mc Kc kuai aku i ua waiwui la i keia wa a i keia wa. Hooholoia ma Honolulu, i keia la, 11 o Sepatemaba, 1844. ,f M. KEKUANAOA. Notice. ALL persons indebted to, or having demands ir.ri,"1 thc E"tatc r Kxcellency J. A. KUAKIM, deceased, are requested to present their accounts to the undersigned, for settlement. n i i J0,,N H, Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1814. - (;. p. jUDD. O na mca aic aku n m waiwai hooilina o ka Mea Hanohano J. A. KUA- Mnit i Ka inea i mako c hclo mai lakou ia maua o hooponopono. Jo,,N jionolulu, Dck. 28, 1844. (If) (J. P. JUDD. ' A llllinnii. THE SUBSCRIBER having taken out an YCar nwlllMr lurw. toil, idk i i . :. r" tn to, icnciers nis scniccs to his triends and the public. Ho has tho advantage uLn ? r yearS Pc"eo. ad a good central stand for tho business. Thc siibsrrilior ----- w ouru hiopo mho may favor him with their patronage, that no excrtioh will he Mo.-irrxl tn .. .,. i. f..n: . .. .. .: ,uuc.sl saiibiaciion to a I parties. The followinrr rtrr i i Sales -viz -" mi vuwung Auction 1st. Wlion n pnAiint u I . . J j i Kepi, oiiiff mat e out. and good, dchvercd by the owner or consignee-! i l' per cent, o.t wi,nn . , a v i L ' . aro KCPl D,n!, mad0 out. nd goods delivered by the Auctioneer-on .ale. amount ing to more than $1000, 3 per centand on sales - n " mini iimfu, o per vi. i I. A 'WILLIAM PATV, Auctioneer, Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1814. ' , Memorandum of Goods TTUST RECEIVED, per thc "Nepnul, from l London, and for sale by GEORtiE PELLY and GEORGE T. ALLAN, Agents for the Hudson's Hay Company. Carpenter's Adzs, Shell Augurs, Brad Awls, blue and white Ha sins nnd soap drainers to match, green 1'aizc, Earthenware Slop Basins Miijar and milk, hra.s Bed steads with inosdieto curtains complete, Day & Martin's liquid ami paste Klaekiiu, hliw Stone for linen, Wine bottles. Wellington and Hcsmuii lihl limits, Incha rub ber and cotton braces, bolts lr doors, Miallle uud double rein bridles, brushes -cloth, hair, tooth, shoe, wh.-wash, and horse; buttons mother of pearl, shirt, patent metal, and white horn; imitation wax caudles, plated candle sticks nnd shades for do., cloth torairin? caps plain and with gold lace bands of all sizes; handsome dressing cascs,"cut glass suit eellais, paiinit and mortise chisels, oil cloths for rooms, ladies' superfine cloths, table cloths and table covers, superfine dress and frock coats latest fashion, silk and cotton frock eoits, brass cocks ass "d sizes, combs dressing, etc. etc. etc.; best velvet wine corks; blue cottons, prints, regattas, and bleached and unbleached long cloths, line hook ami printed muslins and Kstopellas, India rubber cupes, M-t of block-tin dish covers, sets of dinner and tea crockery, plated and lacquered liquor and cruet stands, decanters plain and cut quart and pint; blenched diaper for toweling, line white (limit), linen drill white and brown, pieces blue and white flannel siiperliin' and second quality, blk silk ferrets for shoe tics: hand, cross-cut, and pit-saw files, sailors' Gui rnsey frocks and duck, copper and bras gauze for safes, wine glasses of all sorts mid latest pat terns, toilet glasses; spike nnd assorted gmiblcts, window glass, gridirons lnre and small, ladies' and gentlemen's silk, cotton, and kid yloves; socket gouges, twilled cot ton dressing gowns, percussion caps, finest cannister powder, kegs gunpowder (24 llis. each), Handkerchief's silk and cotton, for neck and pocket, hasps and staples, black and white beaver hats ("latest fashion), hintres iron and brass, ladies and gentlemen's silk hose, do. do. cotton hose all sizes, bleached huckubuck lor table cloths; bfue cloth, pea, and superfine cloth jackets; fiat, bolt nnd hoop iron, smoothing irons; plane irons double and single all sizes, earthen ware jutrs, wrought iron tea kettles and cast iron pnls, double and single blade Iiockct knives; table knives nnd forks, first quality; gold ace, for caps; lace, for ladies' dresses: Irish linen, Dutch ovens; locks pad, brass case, door, desk, cup board, etc.; nails, of all sizes, wrought and cut; rivets, needles, sauce pans; Osnahurghs, for bagging; oval and round tin pans, in nests of 4 each ; lining pans, large and small; silk parasols, best English perfumery, clay pipes, mixed and diamond pins, sailors' hook tin pots; earthen ware, tea and liriiama metal tea and cotfee pots, of very handsome patterns; fancy quilting, black hair ribbon, best F.nglish 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 sheeting, for trowsers and light shirts; men's and boy's white cotton, striped, regatta, blue and red llaunel; shoes ladies' and gentlemen's light summer, boys, youths, girls and infants, men's strong bound: gentlemen's common Morocco slippers, portable sofas; soap yellow, mottled, and best shaving: steelyards, to weigh from 40 to 20 lbs.; white tape, nss'd sizes; thread, silk, nnd cotton, of all colors nnd qualities; lied ticking; tin, dilferent sizes; Negro Head tobacco; trowsers sum mer, sailors' duck, cloth and white drill; plain nnd cut glass tumblers, earthen ware soup tureens, iron wheels lor trucks, summer vests, brass wire; very superior Port, Sherry, and Madeira wines; pineapple 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. STATIONERY. S. P. fooIsruTt linnkc lot nnd ,t mi:.,., o ri r. .1 . cap and 4to post yrlting paper. 8vo memorandum books, lihiflr mill mis nniti.L. 1 - .1 ' : " "'ici, KiaM cone liiKsianus, pen knives ol very sujierior qunlity. slate pencils, Perry's su- Eenor steel pens; broad, middling and narrow office tape; oxes wafers j slates large and small; best sealing wax. NAVAL STORES. Anchors for vessels of 3.-.0 tons; do. do. 100 to 150 do satin .In Co t.i t: .). . A,... .....1 1 . 11 1 ii . ' ........... ., . , ,i,,, u UIIU s1UjtC oiocks, an sizes; 1 aint brushes; patent chain cables, complete; bolts pa tent canvas, IVo. 1 to No. 8; sheathing copper, 32, 38 24 and 16 oz.5 Nails for do., sheet lead and pump Jentner copper rods and spike nails, sail needles, boat nails and pump tacks, sail hooks and sewing palms, paints nnd pi eh; whale line, rone and rigging of all dimensions; ratline, deen sea ami Ii.hhI Inii.l lin..- ' , . , , . ' .-, .-1111115 i ii ih ii i in e; yarmsh-black bright and copal; seaming an.l roping tu'itip iiiKiimi ...i :.. w., .11 i . . i . ii,,n i ' '-'"eK noun inr, putty in? i ,. bladders; and a variety of other articles not mentioned in this memorandum. March 1 New Goodsper " Montreal." FOR SALE, our rkasonabi.k teams, by E. & H. GRIMES, the following Goods vi. SSdb IU)PS G,SS, 8x10 and 10x12; 50 do.. pocket Knives, assorted; J00 do. Sheath Nail- an fr "r,8,.,Car,,entcr8 Kulcs "rted; Nails, 40 M. lacks, assorted; 12 cases Browns assorted; Knives nnd Forks, assorted; 48 pit-Saws 7 feet each; 24 Muskets; 30 Riding Saddles; 10 do Globe Lanterns; 20 reams Wrapping Paper; 20 doj. Hint 'a Axes; 30 do.. Axe Handles; 60 M Needles; 6 cases blue Drills; (j cases blue Sheet- inhl.L nilHi m7 AttkltiS' 1 ' Bed-Ticking; 4 bbls. Dried Apples. tf Mch ' For Sale, ITJV GEORGE PELLY and GEORGE T. AL JL LAN, Agents of the Hudson's Ray Company, on very moderate terms ;- 1 Icnenllc Wine, m quarter casks and bottles; An i English painted Room OIL CLOTH, 20 ft bv 15- A lew casks of superior COFFEE. Jan 4 ' Hullock IFiilPfi. A !LUT 2 "for Bullock HIDES, for sale May!" KCtC,VCfS ft;.h0 Kh,a, & IVntir PATY & CO "ucrai icrms, by ti?,b!l,eSMEn'iih lon Cloths-super article- 6 Cotton bJ" S?"0""-3 inth 4 ba'les'do t own a?aT"Ve,,'l,f; 2 fnseH China lue Cotton" 3 cases LngUh b no Drills; 1 (.aHe English P s! 52 inch, very nne;'50 .'rr wlS iuo ior unen; 50 croce susnenlt.; 4000 lbs. brown Sugar, good nualitv 400 tracts ,d 8UVCr Platd Candticks-lwi,h cxl Honolulu, March 12, 1845. ' tf Mai, Tmi ii Canton Hotel. THE undorsigned having taken the prem P I.. 1. n .a tkn tW It . net's lO ussure inc jiui- "n eparcu no x- j.i.-.o in fitting up the same tor the comfort I (OliVrillCIICV Ul IVSIUVIll!' Bliu iriivi?, UIIU SOllCl -i ll fbare of the public patronage. BILLIARD ROOM and newly fitted ROWl.I -t; ALLEYS attached to thc premises. Tho Fcrviccs of superior Chintte t'ooAg ,,1 M ailer have been secured. Residents may have their meals sent to t i; homes, or pic-nic pat ties provided for at theehor i notice. BREAD and PASTRY made at the establ !, mcnt, constantly on hand, and will be snpplie n anv required quantity. HUNGW. - . - . r II Aur 24. For Sale, AT THIS .OFFICE back numbers of the P v. nesian, price 12 1-2 cents each; Corresp on dence between II. If. HI.'s jSverctary of fclatc and U. S. Commissioner, in the ense of John Wiley, h, American citizen, price 50 rents; An Award upon ! meaning of Lord Alrerd-eu's Letter of JSept. 12, istj u, thc controversy with Richard Chnrlton, claiming rer .nn lamls in llonolidii by John Ricord, price f0 ceuv. Report of the Case of James Gray, au American cither, Plaintiff in Appeal, vs. The Hawaiian Government, ):m r.o cents ; Report of the ( -use of George Pelly vs. RicVu! Charlton, for slander, juice 2-'i cents; In Admirult -l'mlosHre of the Hypothecation on the British Ins Enphemin, price 2. cents; Offiiial Report n the 2x ing Hawaiian Harbor Laws, price cents ; Odkial im port on the Registry of Vessels in the Hawaiian lslm 1riep 25 cents ; Average Adjustment in the case of ),. Srigantinc Lnfajette, price 2." cents ; Hawaiian Yoca u lary, price t,25. if May;; Polynesian Agency, If AHAINA, MAUL Rev. Lormin Andrki ... JJLi Agent for Matii, has constantly on hand, i 1 for sale back numbers of the Polynesian (Gove - mcnt paper) price 12 1-2 cents per No. Also, , following pamphlets: Oiricial Report on the II i bor Laws of the Hawaiian Islands, price 23 cer Official Report on the Registry of Vessels at i , Hawaiian Islands, price 25 cents; Average Adjt rnent in the ease of American Rrigantine Lafuyct price 25 cents; Correspondence between II. II. M k Secretary of State and thc U. S. Commissioner, the case of John Wiley, an American citizen, pi v 5i cents; An Award npon the meaning of Li I Aberdeen' Letter Sept. 12, 1843, in the cont versv w ith Richard Charlton, claiming certain lai . in Honolulu by John Ricord, II. II. M.'s Attori Genera?, price 50 cents; Report of the case James Gray, an American citizen, plaintiff in i peal vs. Hawaiian Government, price 50 cents, i Admiralty Foreclosure of the Hypothecation the British Brig Kuphemia, price 25 cents. AI shortly bound vols, of Thc Polynesian, vol. lit , 2nd series, price 6,50. ,' Lahaina, Maui, May 2, 1845. tf Dissolution of Copartnership, r THE Copartnership hitherto exist in" and Ivno as 1IALSTEAD & HOYT, is this day d solved. All debts, dues and demands, contract for the benefit and use of the above concern up this date, will be settled by JOHN J. HALSTEA All persons indebted to the above concern, are quested to make immediate payment to the si 8fhcr. JOHN J. HALSTEAD Lahaina, Maui, April 1, 1845. Salted Hecf. Ttfh RBLS. superior Hawaii Salt Beef; 2( tilHV lbs. Tallow; 600 lbs. Suet; for sale by t Receivers of thc Estates of French & Greenway Honolulu, Nov. 30, 1844. tf fCPNotice to Subscribers.crriJ THOSE who intend discontinuing their subsci ', tion to tho Polynesian for volume 2, co.n mencing May 24th proximo, will oblige ua bv signi fying their intention previous to that date. To 8oe trouble to both parties, those not heard from on or before the issuing the last No. of the present vol., will be considered as subscribers for thc ensuing year, and their papers forwarded as usual. Polynesian OHice, March 29. 7w C. W. VINCENT, . HOUSE CARPENTER Sr JOIA'ER, HAS on hand, for sale 000 feet clear Nf. I 1 inch pine Plank; 12,000 feet No. 2, 1 hvh; lOUO Lights of Sashes (ass'd); :to pairs of Blinds JO pannelled Doors do.; 12 Door Frames do., so Win dow do. do. sCfNcii.ni no and Jokiiinc on reasonable terms, at the shortest notice. Honolulu, November 2, lS t4. tf THOMAS O. LA It KIN) MONTF.REY, UPPER CALIFORNIA.' DEALER IX FOR Eiax MERCIIAXDISK A VD CALIFORNIA PRODUCE. JCPW hai.k-Shipk supplied with Paovisioni fi the most reasonable terms of the port, fo 1 on tho United States, or for goods adapted to iho, market. SCP'The Commerce of California is increasing; the Farmers preparing to furnuh Provisions in rr, ie abundance; the Port Charges but Four Dol'- irs for a whale-ship that may not want o barter goods for provisions and Thirty Dollars for tl mm who may wish to; thc Government, by dctne of October 1844, having granted the privilege t captains of whale-ships to sell goods to a sn'i cicnt amount for their supplies, by paving di (! on the goods actually gold. (nllO ly) TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. fCT Subscription $6 per annum, payable ire ivu, nuicar, 3,&u; quarter, $z; sinpm copies, 12 1-2 cents; 2 copies, 25 cents; 3copa; ... 37 1-2 centu; 4 copies, 50 cents: 8 conies. $1. KpAnvtRTiiiNG. A square, $2 for fimt tWc """'""""i cenis lor eacn continuance;' bimv than half a square, and less than a whole, 1 ,.' for first three insertions, and 30 centJ for fa!rv continuance; half a square, or less, $1 for Hut three insertions, 25 cents far each continuanci . By the yearmore than half, and not excccdi a whole column, $60. Lesser amounts at pro portionate rates, as agreed upon.