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, Conrt Netv.
-Early on Monday forenoon the rnini ,t i ttl-
Piquet, commanding H. M. C. M.'s ship Lamprole,
accompanied by tho Consul of France, had an audi
ence of the King, to tako leave, on his departuro to
ioin the Admiral and return in Vmn..
J- - w M IHIIVVi ' "
The Count took leave of tho King in tho following
Departing to join tho flag of my Admiral, I bear
flirt indelible reminiarnnna f 4 1. i o
. : '"v. " uviuunces 01 es
teem with which His Majesty, the King of Hawaii
lina linen nlcnsmi tn Lnnv l ...:u .. . . . '
Admiral. every thing kind and friendly which His
Majesty has said to mo for him; olso what ho has
Am-ln rrxi in rorrnrrl t mi I. .1.1- r i -
uu... ... -1 "viivinniiw consul, JVir. JJU-
doit; nnd, on my return to mv noble country. I will
Iiv" u..i mi, niuS ui mo r renen, ins Koyal
... ,t aiu iUDiicu anu iovci
art thl f-tAwnilftfl lellnrld
I thank Your Majesty's Ministers for the Kind rc-
l.-itinna which thov h.i
j .....x iiiuiuimiKju Willi rue.
Ilia Majesty replied as follows :
Salutations to you, Count do la Motto. I wish
ihrit von mnv (mil dm A,!;-,,! ...ti . .
.....j ... nwu. assure mm,
from mo, that frenchmen arc respected and loved
vu .ivui niu guuu conuuci tlicy observe
and by the course pursued by the Admiral, by tho
Consul of Franco and by you, Count, all tends to
Ipmy Cod that, on your arrival in Franco, you
may find His Majesty, Louis Phillipe, his good and
excellent Queen, and the Koyal Family in food
health. The happiness of your great nation," and
my w wim uc-punu upon mat illustrious
Dynasty. Mav God Preserve it to thn An1 nf (ima
Naval. II. D. M.'s S. Galathca sailed Novcm
ber 1, for Hilo, Tahiti, and Valparaiso.
II. R M.'s S. Juno sailed November 8th, r,- a
II. M. C. M.'s S. Lamproic, sailed November 11,
THE POLYNESIAN, SATUKDAV, -NOVEMBER u, IS1.
Public Cemetery at Lahaina.Oh Wednes
day, Oct. 27th, a meeting was held of the foreign
residents, and of the ship masters in port, to discuss
the subject of providing a burial ground for foreign
ers. Dr. Tennant was called to the chair, and opened
the business of tho meeting, briefly stating the nc
neccssity that existed of providing a place of burial
for foreigners, and calling on those present to take
some immediate steps in the matter. The following
resolutions were passed unanimously :
That a committee of four be appointed to select a
suitable spot of ground, with tower of purchasing
the same, enclosing and otherwise fitting it for a ce
metery for foreigners.
That said committee bo empowered to collect sub
scriptions for the fulfilment of the above object.
That Messrs. CI. W. Punchard k Co., be request
ed to act as treasurers to this society.
That the proceedings of the meeting be publish
ed. The meeting was then adjourned.
Mr. Ewino, Secretary.
The Chiefs in Council having nominated His Ex
cellency, James Young Kanchoa, to be Covcrnor of
tho Island of Maui, His Majesty has linon pleased to
approve tho nomination, and has commissioned him
accordingly. He will soon enter on tho duties of his
Ilia Excellency, Paulo Kanoa, has been in like
manner commissioned to bo Covcrnor of Kauai.
His Honor, I.. Kaauwai, having resigned his of
fice as one of the Supremo Judges, the Representa
tives have, in accordance with tho constitution, filled
tho vacancy by the appointment of His Honor, Jo
No kc Auptini. .
Ua kohoia, o James Young, Kanchoai Kiaaina,
no ka Mokupuni, o Maui, aua haawi akti ka Moi ke
Aliii ka palapala hookoku ia ia. Ac liolo kokc aku
no oia o komo i kana hana.
Ua kohoia o Paulo Kanoa Kanoa i Kiaaina no ka
Mokupuni o Kauai, a ua haawi aku ka Moi ko Alii i
ka palapala hookohu ia ia. Ao holo koko aku no
no oia c komo i kana hana.
No ka Iilo ana, o L. Kaauwai, i Luna hoona ku
mu kulcana Aina, ua hoiko inai oia i ka Moi i kc ku
pono oia ia ia ke hana i kcla hana, a ma kela hana a
ka Lunakanawai kickic. Nolaila ua ae aku kc Alii
ia ia o haalele i kana hano o ka Lunakanawai, a ua
halawai ka poo i kohoia o na Makaainana, a ua hoo
nohoia Josua Kaeo i Lunakanawai kickio ma ko
CJ I la 3 o kcia malama, haawi aku o Kc
kuanaoa ko Kiaaina Oahu ia Knpuoni i palapala
hooki ia laua me kana kanc.
ICT I ka la 5 o kcia malama haawi aku o Mata
io Kokuanaoa, po Kiaaina Oahu ia Kckiunau i pala
pala hooki ia laua mo kana wahino.
i. Land Office, Honolulu. Nov. 13th, 181G.
Tha public are hereby notified, that all the original
deeds and leases that have been placed in the hands of
tho Hoard of Commissioners to Quiet Land Titles, have
been passed over to the Regi&tcr of Conveyances, in or
dr that persons interested may havo opportunity to have
them recorded as required by law. And all guarantees aro
hereby notified, that the time specified by law for regis
tering conveyances, pf a former date, will expire on tho
20th inst. t 'William Richard,
President of the Hoard of Commissioners to Quiet Land
;CP The Consul of V
island of Kauai on Thursday last, in tho French ship
Ajax, and till his return, has recommended tho caro
of French subjects and thcirinterests to tho Minister
of Foreign Relations.
, - PASSENOERSA
Per nh'D Gconrn. fur Knnannntn II. I .!n,Lni. r-.. i
IVr Blilp AjM, for Kflui.i-J. Du-loil, Emj., Conniil of France,
wile nnil family. '
l' r hrii Kllnl.i ih, lor finn Frimrluro M'sr. II. Clu rcr
. I). Lcmoini;, M. I. llann, U. (Jonlon, A. Watkiiw, niul V.'
- .1)1110 !
- JlllK! 1
- .luly I
Ort t'on City,
A us. 10
POUT OF HONOLULU.
NoVt'llllirr I B. klli! .tnvn Allnn l tl,n V t n
HiniitliH, 12110 wllfilo 400 hM'rm.
1 1. Aiu Hliin ChnrloM, kin.x, from Maui, lon lini f,.r r.osion.
SAIL K 1) .
Xov iiiIkt 4. Am. uliin flnn.ili. Uailtv. i v l.omlon. to
P. Am hip Ceil. Willinnix, Wnnl, N't w l.omlon, to rniii
Am (iciri!f. Tnliur, Rioiiiiiuton, to ci ui-i-.
II. II. M 1n S. .linn., 'iiimiu llliiUc, wiiulwiinl.
9. Am tliii Tiisnitiy, tJoodnle, H.isr llrulinr, to cruise.
Am k 1 1 1 1 tii iirto Wiiiliinirloii, Knit, New l.otnloti, to rruii-e.
Ilaoveriini xlii;) fnnvn I'line.. I lot ruau, U;mover, li-ime.
I'r. lij Puc l)i Oi lcans, Jlai-ln llieiu-, Havre, to eruise.
Id. I'relieli eorvette Lmimrnic. Counl In toiii I'imii i
Am bark Allbree, Talor, (lato A very,) Myotic, home.
Am liriq Kli.nlieth, Kini, I 'nliloniiii.
limn. Iiriff lleli'tie, A lull rson, Viilpnrnlo.
11. Am chip Solomon H.iltns. Falen, Full Uiver, to cruise.
Am nliip Martha, lrake Sai; llnrlior, home.
12. I'r. f hip Ajax, I.e Tellier, Havre, to rruise
POUT Or LAHAINA.
Novemher -I.-Aiii ship Hnlv, WeM. Snu llnrlior. 2."i months.
2(10 sperm, 2700 whale, Kirjii whalo this season.
;. Amthiplly. Take, Cliaiiit.lin. Providence. 28 tnonths.
200 sperm, HiOO wliale, loo sperm ami 1000 whale tliin neason.
Tho Schooner HAALILIOj formerly
the "Chinchilla." of 7."i tons hnrthrMi
POT Repister. Sim in r'umoA
as a topsail schooner, and in jjood repair.
Apply to tho MINISTER OF FINANCE.
Theasury OrncE, 14th Nov., 1816
RAISINS, OILS, IIA3IS, Arc.
& II. ftimiKS have for sain ino 1-1 Imxcs
Raisins, 100 1-2 do do, 2.")0 bbls whale oil.
150 do sperm do, 2 ensks hams,
50 nosts Hinjrliain boxo, 30 dodo buckets,
100 gross corks, .'() do., ale, 50 drums tlg i,
50 boxes window jjlasf, 10 libls vinegar.
8 do American Rice, 10 do dried apples,
10 ton iron hoops, 1000 bids whalemen's casks,
10 do, shovels, 50 boxes family soap,
12 coils tow line, 100 whalcbicn's irons. ni l
TIIF, subscribers to the Dinner on tho 2Sth
of November, aro requested to meet nt Hale
auwila this cveninj, nt 7 1-2 o'clock.
O. M. ROBERTSON, Sce'y. pro. tcm.
HONOLULU, rsov. 1 Itll, ISM).
fSlIIH undersigned have this day entered into a
JBL co-partnership .under tho firm ot SEA &. SUM-
NERS, for the management of tho cattle and lands
at Moanalua, on this Island, belonging to them.
AVM. SUMNER, Jr.
Honolulu, Nov. 9, IS IG. n 1 i Ut
The Schooner PDA. (Victoria) of (i3
tons per Reuisier, built at the Society
Islands. She is rigged as n topsail
Htliooiitr, and well known ns a good pea boat.
Apply to the MINISTER OK FINANCE.
Treasury Okkice, 1 1th Nov., 1S4G.
Tho Schooner H00AKAIKA, of about
50 toiid burthen. She id foro-und-aft
. .: l i i! i, r. .i ..:t..
Apply to the
MINISTER OF FINANCE.
Treasury Okimce, 14th Nov., 18 l(.
Tho good Sloop M0KU OLA, of 21 tons
V burthen per register. She was built ut
-jtala Hilo, Hawaii, and launched nbout nine
months ugo, carries well, and is a fast sailer.
Apply to tho MINISTER OF FINANCE.
Treasury Offie, Nov. 14, 184G.
ri tn fi L- n m n L ol.'fin! r I 1 1 1 1 mnl ti r
Jft$WV& MC'e nia' ' c Kuhina waiwai o olele
5 rcfiM pu. Eia na moku kuai, o HOOAKAI-
KA, o HAALILIO, o PIIA, ao MOKU OLA.
Honolulu Hale, 14 ISovc., ISlo.
ripiN'i Minister of tho Interior is prepared to sell
JL or lease Building Lots between Honolulu and
Waikiki, on application boing mado according to
Home Office, 14th Nov., 1S4G. tf
KAIIUAII ALi: KUAI.
A IA ma ko kula o Kahua Ina makemake kckai
ill. kanaka i Kuhuahalo nona o kii mai oia i Kuhi
na Kalai aina.
Honolulu Hale, 14 Novo., 1816.
Fill 12 WOOD!
1 iC JOMA PIHCOI
LIME I ?
irfT ..U a A Ua CI fwnrrymnnt Q If Anon l
1 ..i f JONA PlTKDf
tOUNI) Vols. 1 nnd 2 ot tho Polynesian
For sale at this Office.
LANK HILLS OF KXl'IIANfJH For
Sale at the Polynesian Ofluci
A. r. HV12RETT
OFFERS for salo tho following assortment of
New Coods, at low prices, received by late
arrivals, from Huston, suit.ihln for thn il n.
gon or California Markets.
18 bales Portsmouth sheetings, 5 do New Enr.
land do., 1 do stripes do., 5 do Manchester shirt
ings, 5 do Mcthuen duck, fi do do ticks, 3 do No.
1 osnaburgs, 9 cases Merritnac prints, 1 1 do pure
indiiro bluo shectm?. 1 do blun ilrillj I l f'.,
Horn stripes, 1 do gambroons, 2 do krcmlins, 1 do
fancy cottonades, 1 do long cloths, 4 do strip'd prints,
4 do blue do., 1 do aboriginal stripe, printed lawns;
muslins. bal.orincs. mixed nantaloon nn.l
blue, olive, and gold-mixt tweed, bleached cotton,
Superior damask tabic cloths, Sx 4, 12. x 10, l(i x
10: napkins, towels, handkerchiefs. 4linm.r t v t
white linen, various oualii iew: 1 x .1 liin.n l.,wii,-,,r
painted tot Um carnct in?, two vards viili nt
stain carpeting, M7 I -2c; kid gloves, green veils!
: l . . i ,
tMiiuiMv tuiiuiiis unu iixtiires, lauies gent s. and
childrens' hosiery; Mar.-eilles quilts, 11x4 and 12 x
i; mien inrcau, uuuinvi lace, is;c, isic.
Superior made, for seamen' and
red twilled flannel shirts, plaid shirts, chci ked do,
trowscrs, pantaloons, frock coats, sacks, roelour
jackets, linen trousers &c, &o.
Horse, shoe, deck scrub, dust. fJnth. hair chid
ing, house and white wash brushes, hand brooms.
Silver Wart. Vc.
Tea and table sioon. forks, mustard nml onl
spoons, sugar do., mock turtle combs and cheap
Hoots, Shoes, Vc.
Calf and gaiter boots, men's thick boot;-;, slip
pers, children's shoes, hand valiccs, russett trunks,
bridles, red sill; and black gingham umbrellas, band
boxes, in nests, &c.
Stone Waic and Crockery.
to I gallon stono fdtcrers, stone butler pans,
stone jars, do jugs, blue Abbeville ewers and ba
sins, soap boxes, brush travs, foot, baths, slop ms,
i .... i, i ..i i i, t i .
iiunii, vtjx.'ii-u j i 1 1 1 1 j u i , i ariMan uauii, leas,
plates, twi.lers, mullins, covert d milk and water
jugs, meat and vegetable dishe.?, London teas,
sous and lov Is.
Soup tureens, culVee ami tea pots, Yankee ba
kers, (an cx( client article for family use and to save
fuel, price 8,); nests tin pails, ilowcr boxes, pint
cups, 2 to 8 qt. pans, sailors pots, rounds, cake cut
ters, britt cups, tumblers, cc.
Oils, Drugs, .Vc.
Roiled linseed oil, spts. turpentine, bright varnish,
Mastic do., scidlitz powders, sup. carb. soda ami
cream of tartar for making light bread, 1 hot bath
tub, white lead, paint brushes, yellow ochre, black
naint, ground verdigris, chrome green, chrome yel
low, blue paint, Venetian red, &c.
Cohl water crackers, lemon do., butter do., soda
do., dyspepsia do., sugar do. , (in tins, each,)
superior snull in bottles, currants, Poland starch,
cloves, mace, pimento, pepper, cayenno, saleratus
in small boxes, citron, do cocoa paste, broma, (a
ncw.prcparatiou of chocolate for invalids,) tapioca
in small baskets, almonds, tigs, ground ginger, ci
gars, shot, ground rice in jugs, split peas in do.,
Stoughtou'tf elixir, paoli and white wine vinegar, (a
superior article,) assorted sauces in boxes'" 1 do,
each, walnut eut&up, mu.shroon do., fancy soaps, &c.
Copper, do bolts, eomp. nails, do spikes, double
and singlo blocks, liguumvitiu pin.i, hickory lids,
hanks, mast hoops, hand pumps, belaying pins, l sn
porior power pump and gear, 2!) ft "long, tar, coal
tar. pitch, rosin, tarred corda;e. Am. mamif.u tmn
asst'd sics: shroiuliii". ratlin, sunn vam i.mili,,,. I
houso line, deep sea lines, hand lines, Manila cor- i
dage, marlin spikes, caulk in irons, ship i-trapciv, j
nuiiu, signal anu oiuer lanicrns, k.e.
2 to 10 gal. iron pots; counter scales; iron shov
els; steel do; do. edge iron spades; steel edge do;
iron wire seives; brass do; Hunt's broad axes; han
dled do; house ad.os; do coopers'; do broad hatch
ets; do shingling hatchets; lathing do; garden hoes;
rakes; brada; copper and iron tacks; scissors; chis
els; drawing knives; spoke shaves; mortice chisels;
garden shears; wrenches; screw braces; spring do'
augurs; hammers; garden trowels; gimlets-, pii saws;
files; anvils; vices; wr't nails; finishing do; clout do;
hinges; japan tea trays; log glasses; top covers;
branding irons; latche s; London pins; gouges; rules;
oil stones; top-sail chains; t asks asst'd nails; steel
mincing knives; bread trays; iron spoons, gridirons
razor strops, &e.
Ledgers; journals; waste books; cash do; letter
do, in sheet nnd Russia; mem. books: blank do;
French letter paper, &c.
Class and Hiitanuia Ware.
Tumblers by. the cask, 4 sizes; ship and house
lamps; cut glass wines; decanters; tumblers; lemon
ades; colognes, various colors; water bottles; dish
es; wine coolers; champagne goblets; carolls; salts;
castor bottles; extra pressed ware; every description
of cut, pressed, and blown glass ware, at exceeding
low prices. Also, Hanging solar lamps; stand do";
hand do, of a great variety; candlesticks; card bas
kets and plates; bronzed lamps; gilt study do;
counting houso do; entry do; astral do; astral ami
solar wicks; chimnies;phadcs;girandoles,&c,, &c,
at low prices.
ALSO. 40,000 Bricks. n 7 tf
FOR NEW BEDFORD AND EOSTOH,
I) I It E V, T I
Tho A. 1. fast sailing coppered and
X topper-lasteneil Am. ship lAl AKl.hS,
4S4 tons burthen, J. S. 11. Knox,
master, is now loadin.rr. nnd will havo
despatch for the above ports. For terms, kc., ap
ply to tho subscribers, or to CEORCE W. PUNCH
ARD & CO., Lahaina, Maui.
C. UK EWER & CO.
ulu, Sept. 20 tf.
Tho fine, fast sailing American ship
DKUUKIjY IN , 41o tons burthen,
Richardson master, will sail in
uEiSMi about ten (lavs.
For freight or passage apply to
C RHODES &. CO.
Honolulu, 2:Hh Oct, 1815.
HUNT'S MERCHANTS' MACAZESE
. AN I) COMMERCIAL REVIEW l',y
Fkeeman Hunt, Editor and Proprietor Publish
ed monthly, at 142, Fulton Street, New York, at
5 per annum, in advance. Tho Merchants' Mag
azine and Commercial Review, embraces cverv si b
ject connected with commerce, manufactures nml
political economy, as follows: Commercial legisla
tion: commercial history and geography; mercan
tile biography; descriptive, stati.-tical and historic;. I
accounts of the various commodities which form the
subject of mercantile transactions; port charges; 1a
rilis; customs and excise regulations, commercial
statistics of t he United States and tho tlitlcrent coun
tries of the world with which wo havo intercourse,
including their physical character, population, pro
ductions, exports, imports, commerce, embiming
fisheries, incorporated companies, railioads, canals
steamboats, docks, post offices, Sec; prim iplns f
commerce, finance nnd banking, with practical and
historical details and illustrations; commercial law ,
and mercantile law rcpoits nnd decisions of courts
in the United States and Europe, including insu
rance, partnership, principal and agent, bills of Ex
change, sale, guaranty, bankruptcy, shipping and
navigation, &c.,nnd w hatccr else Fhall tend to de
vi lopo the resources of the country andtthe world,
and illustrate the various topics hearing upon com
merce and commercial literature.
It has been and will continue to be, the aim of
the editor nnd proprietor of the Merchants' Maga
zine to avoid everything of a party, political, or f-ec-tional
bias or bearing, in the conduct of the work
opening its pages to the free nnd f.iir discussion of
antagonistic doctrines connected with the great in
terests of commerce, agriculture, manufactures nnd
'tr Complete sets of the Merchants' Magazine,
embracing thirteen semi-annual volumes, of about
G(f0 large octavo pages each, bringing it dow n lo
Dec 1843, inclusive, may bo obtained at the Pub
lisher's ollicc, 112 Fulton street, New York, at ihe
Extract from a Utter to the Editor, from lion Can.
P. Marsh, Member of Congress from Vermont,
ilaled Ma rrk 1 6th , 1 844
"It is, ns far as I know, uniquo in its design and
character, and both its plan and execution urc well
calculated for the promotion of the object at w hich
it aims. As a whole, it is a highly important contri
bution to the literature of commerce, and it embo
dies a mass of practical know ledge and valuable de
tail, which would hardly olherwiso bo accessible."
ZZr" Subscriptions received nt this ollicc for
o 30 tf Proprietor and Publisher.
E. Ar H. CRIMES
f AVE just received, per ' Angelo," a variety
of New Coops, among w hich m.iv be found
5 cases assorted Piints, 5 do blue Drill.,
f . " brown Drills, 5 do brow a cottons,
:; " do Denims, I do Thiead,
5 blue cottons, Hair cloth,
(it) boxes w indow Class, 50 kegs cut Nails,
IjO do. Axes, 1 cask Saucepans,
12 reams sand Paper, 50,000 iron Tacks,
1 cask Ruttsiiud Screws, Scissors, .Oimblels,
Brace and Uitts, floor Locks, patent Balances,
Sickles, copper Tacks, Augurs, Rules,
50 do., butcher Knives, 20 doz. axe handles,
10 do. Shovels, f o'rn mills, Mcc! Pens, Ink,
10 gross pasfo lilueking, 100 kegs white Lend,
Plnving Cards, scrubbing Brushes, iron Wire,
Hair Seives, paint Pails, Plates and Row Is,
25 boxes honev dew Tobacco,
20 bis. Whiskey, 5 1-2 pipes Holland (.'in in bond,
2 casks Sala ratus, 5 do dread Apples,
And a ;.re it vuiicty of othcis articles. o 10 tf
PEIl ANCEI.O New Stvi.ks--.Ius1 opening
and for salo by WOOD & PARKE, at their
2 mil do" p Commode3, 3 hah tlo'lh Concho.',
2lui.' : i ii sofa Bedsteads, card Tables,
' rocking chairs, hirce,
4 " " " small-nurse, 4
4 ' peat music Stools,
Work Tables, marble top centre do.,
4 Bureaus with glasses marble tops
I) doz. Baltimore cane seat chairs 2 patterns,
I " cane back rocking chairs, I Sideboards,
I (i (.oat " "
ttariii ofiiee chairs, I doz child's cane seat do..
Hair and palm leaf Mattrasses, d'ble nnd single,
1 ease rich gilt looking glasses, &e., &c.
The above articles are custom made. o 17 tf
NEW ROOKS j
JUST received, and for sale at tho Polynesian
Office, a largo collection of valuable standard
and miscellaneous Rooks, nmong which may be
found many of the late European and American is
sues. C. E. HITCHCOCK.
Y THE LATE ARRIVALS. Mazarine blue
(,'ottons. indifjro do do., white I.onrclnil.
White nnd brown linen Drill. Dinners. Chintz.
Linen, cotton, and worsted table Covers,
Bluo nnd white Handkerchiefs, blk, silk, do.,
Satin Jean, Towelling, Curnscy Frocks,
Long wool stockings, Glengary Caps, Mittens,
Ladies Hose, Suspenders, Calicoes and Tickings.
Also. Havanna Cigars, good article; 30 hid,
prime Reef; 2 bids. Day &. Martin'siBlacking,
Loaf Sugar, &c.
Tho above goods will be sold at a small advance,
at the store occupied by C. D. OILMAN,
o 17 tf
C1IIAIN CARLES. One I 1-1 inch, one
J I inch, ninety fathoms each, for sale bv
jy 18 if E. k II. CRIMES.