ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Polynesian Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,890 items from Polynesian, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,890 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 March 1845

1313. rnent, what we indignantly repudiate, that national or sectional prejudice might have 90111C influence in the decision of the jury, the chances of a favorable verdict for the alien would he as five to one, because it has been found that the disproportion of names in the jury box, of alien and naturalized subjects, m even grcnter than this. If to this it is further objected that in time the latter may greatly increase, it is also appa rent thatjhe parties litigant would increase in a corresponding ratio among that class, and thus the relative position of interest be kept the same. The law draws another distinction be tween the two classes, natives and foreign ers; on juries, the former are allowed rts. per day; the latter $1, and this sum has always been paid to nut urali;ed .subjects, on the ground of the distinction evidently designed by tin; law. between the relative value of time to the- two classes. A natural ized subject is certainly equally as capable of a profitable emp...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 March 1845

180 T 11 K P OLYN E SI AN, March, ADVERTISEMENTS. ICPIJV ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE K1XG OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLAXDS. Office or Secretary of Statk run Fokkion Akkaikh, Honolulu, Oaliu, Jan. 20, 1815.) Whereas, Richard Charlton, a Rritish subject, pretends to claim a certain fiecc. of land in the Village of Hono nhi, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic Majesty's Government, on the 12th Sep tember 1843, to enable said Charlton to produce his grant arid show it to be gen uine : Public notice is hereby given that His Majesty appoints the court of the Island f Oahu as that branch of His Govern ment to which said Charlton is to make such production and showing pursuant to Chapter 4Gofthc 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 Governmet, already mentioned, to produce his grant and show it to be genuine i. e. evkibit...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1845

THE POL YN IAN 1 1 itl lSIH l) WEEKLY, AT IIOMMM, OASIU, HAWAIIAN ISLAXDS. E J. J. JAItVES, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 181." Ni:V .SERIES, Vol. I.N045. MISCELLANEOUS. Manaue.mf.nt of Pork. In Europe, theft Russian pork bears a high price, and its? 'quality is supposed to be owing to the pickleM in which u is ihusltvuu. iiiis is caneu "ine 11 1 1 . . . impress 01 iiussia s urine, and is preparedly as follows: "Boil together, over a gentle liie.U Six pounds ol common salt, (that in most com mon use1 in Russia is rock salt), two pound? BY AUTHORITY. TJIIAI. OF fillAY. (Continued.) Mr. Jt.pp. Have you any thing further ? .Mr. Hiiow.v. Nothing. These persons, df powdered loaf sugar, three ounces ol tion t;, tll0f.0 lwo saltpetre, and three gallons ol spring or purer. yv K0VVX water. Skim it while boiling, and whenftltst mute com pour u over tne meat, every part j of which must be covered with the brine. jM,n . . ... ' I 7141 .. - - .. . 11 Mr. i:..., .....1 l hi! 1 .1 1 iUr-nlll't l,rw,!incr if...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1845

182 THE POLYNESIAN page, Aafive version, 143d English, 1st andniaai, Judge of the inferior court, here spoke 2d par.; and George Cope, you will payfio Mr. Judd, mho observed to the court,) which Morgan may have any damages against you for your ill treatment to nm.cision, wishes mc to read to the jury what (Such is the testimony.) Ii(hey arc to decide upon, I suppose however testimony.) Re at on t of Inferior Judge for Fining of One of the Judges who ha? furnished this dc I . 1 . . . I they arc to decide upon, I suppose however it would be better to do so after the testimony. Mr. Gillespie or Mr. Bogardus. Mav "" w,Mt t . i i .. ... James Crar and George Cope; and these!! oeg 10 asK wnctner mat was written previ- are me J-awt or which we ueiena urgaous 10 me sentence ueing Given, and in Decision lloresenceof the men? Mr. Judd Addressing himself to the jury Mr. Juno. He has written his reasons forB Gentlemen, you will take notice of this law 31 the 33d Chapter of the Hawaiian statutes...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1845

1845. THE POLYNESIAN. At the age of about thirteen, he commen ced learning to read, and was a pleasant pupil and made great proficiency. There were then no regularly established schools, and he was a private pupil of Mrs. Bingham. He learned to read English as well as Ha waiian, though at that period he did not un- 163 ton, and having accomplished the main ob-l uecis oi cmoasgy there, ho proceeded to the norm, making a short stay of only two days in iNew iork; but on his arrival in the west ern part of Massachusetts, was attacked by a severe cold, brought on by the inclemen- rlfa nrthc r 1 1, .. A. II I I I .... . rr w. ntoiuci, luuuweu oy a cnange in derstand what he read He was taught&hc thermometer of about sixty degrees in arithmetic and penmanship by Mr. Ring- twenty-four hours. Here was probably laid ham, and was early employed by the Kin to do his writing not as an official sccre-j tary, but as an amanuensis or clerk. Am he advanced in years he had various dutiesfl it t ?...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1845

184 T II E VOL Y N ESIAN. naMMBomnaa Burial of Haalimo. On Thursday, at?heavy with its loss. The Commissioner and 3 o'clock, P. M. the procession after the following order, at 3 ROYAL i i . .i i II ... tit . t.,-.wl in fin.t palapala l K u 1 1 i vi lioopn me k nooione oic l ka pa- lOU was formcdSdcpUtatlotl then retired. U -Hw Majesty in Coimcil has been pleased, m con- ' r : iinn1li. j tn . ' i 1 k . ifi ,, , ... I ,i Hrrinir ,, t a pa a pa pa ina i ;uia a na mea l noohik-i, ine ka rna- t,0 ,.. . W w , iii (i . , , .. currciice with Her Rovnl Highness the Pre nut r, to v i t i me toil . U cMvould here take occasion to state the . ,,. t, ,, , r. , . ... c,.,.rAnao hoohewa 1 ko kakau Olelo. -.y ... . .... . . ft '.'lev a to Hi Lxcelh-nc v G. I'. Jrim, lite ills Mtn..-x . , , tV K'" ?.dat.f,cat.on which the sympathy so kincllyftfarv nf S(;lte fl,r For, ..; Affil ir !u ,,e ni, Majesty Ui maopopo ,a mnkouma na mea hoike he mea mrU Arms. SfLnanifested by the toman residents aiulPli; M.ip...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1845

134.5.1 ROM ADVERTISEMENTS. fn f ! ti ' imnrv 1 1 n , X- . -" 7 n lHI 4 (1. IV, hi In the nutter of the Etito of Vf. rnrvnt i rJ rnTl5 infix nnrrvu- :."VV11 u"u - ,, .-i , i-5. ijjR1r (.(j, tors. S U P P L E M E N T TO THE POLYNESIAN NO. -15, """'r Trii 1 1 g akou e nkuia holoko o ua waiwai hi.l 18; 4 r I .. .. ! .. 4 . . 1 ' . " J Sheriff's NoHcc. P "'"!, !! ,:,C!,,i knc 0 nn ",oa '4 Public Notice is hereby chcnMU-hV TYl Hni ie k ,uk0U' f.at b, virtue. ...writ of Vtion;?,, J . KLxro.NAs issued to me bv His ExcellencySpcns-. in rutins op tl H "io ka men na ikea ka imi o na mean1'10 lovcnmr of Oahu! in eontinuationVomeni''n.tc of r,:!,il,cn,!' a,ul visitor, and solicits C A NTON HOTEL. gncd having taken the premise own as the "Warren Hotel," public that he has spared no ex up the same lor the comfort and le. nn lakmi i I.-.. 1 Hr ..t, .,1 1 i i i tshare of the public patrotu r rt..oli..f ti...t , .: . . . a- . . . ,w 'uuu miiki ,i ;irv" ""un-ui i-- v inin uinre u km c uv,i nn i l uu ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 March 1845

I, ' " ' ai I t 1 til 1 I 186 SUPPLEMENT TO THE POLYNESIAN NO. 4 5. March, ADVERTISEMENTS. CJBV ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE KIXG OF THE HAWAII AX ISLAXDS. Orrict or Sf.crktary of Statf. rno Iwt ti f t f l r A t k t I b m Honolulu, O.ihu, Jan.' 20, 184.. i Whereas, Richard Chnrltoti, a British subject, pretends to drum u certain piece of land in the Village ol Hono lulu, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic Majesty's Government, on tho 1 2th Sep tember 1813, 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 40 of the Hawaiian Statutes, and Chapter 47 of the Translation into English; and said Charlton is herchyjj required npon pain of forfeiting all claimH to said land, under the decision of H. B. M's Governmet, already mentione...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 April 1845

TIE FOLTNI IM tSl lSlll n WEHICLY, AT HOVOUM, OAIIIT, HAWAIIAN ISLWDS. J. J. JAUVES, Editor. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 181.'. NEW SERIES, Vol. l.No. 46. ADVERTISEMENTS. In Chancery Order No. 10. In thn matter of the E-tate of WM. FRENCH and FRANCIS JOHN GREENWAY vs. their credi tors. 5C7It appcarincr to the undersigned Chancellor, that the notice required by the fifth Order of this Court in the matter of this Estate, lias been duly published to the world, in the three languages most intelligible to the credi tors of said Assignors, for the space of six calendar months from the 2&t. September last. It also appearing to my satisfaction that all the reputed claimants save one have presented their demands against said Estate for liqui dation within the said term of six months. It appearing that the mass of those claimants have accepted without liti gation the amounts admitted to be due them by the Agent of this Court, and that all those whose claims were dis puted save four have complied w...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 April 1845

V:2 t ii i; i' u i. v n i: s i a n . Apna, CoLLr.cTiNc. The Knickerbocker tells the following hu rno r ous story: A ucntleman from New York, whn had court; will also tliiiik so ii' it is i epresonted (to them.) Thjye man was accused before the Inferior judges '' nlfindin'f) onanist irood ! ii minor, correct conduet, tho l.iws of this kingdom arid (of) disrespect to Kamehamcha II I., i:i that l.e went into n houe ami beat l. . n ......... C... . . i' .11 . . iji en in Liisii'ii I'M iiii him ;i !i.- iii toil' ' liiu; "im iim' u iiumv .mo oeil "Jrtrnii inniipv doe him i.-i fli-.f ritv u-rw h1w.hI 1 flllil ah'ISt'd .'1 IMilll. 'i ! : 1 1 is lli vIii!i iiiu, returning, when ho found that eme hill of'slDO j v, liieh : iim s before you. Tim epiostion had boon overlooked. 1 1 i lan.il. rd, v!m iiti Ir.? iN-cirlvtl lv you. ami 1 km w that all kricwthode-btor.th omdit ita ,..ubtfulo.Tse: , ''f 'f't. trentk'nien, hac too much sense. but added, that if it was collectable at all, a (altogether t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 April 1845

1845. N i: S 1 A N . 189 Mr. Brown has raised against thorn a prodi gious hue mid cry, but he will find facts more powertul than declamation. He has averted that the judge are men ' who canU read and cynl well write their own language." 1 If he will examine, the Nonanona Cur Mareh 4th, he will find an article by Halni, 'the ' principal object of his vituperation, which both in composition and sense wmi.M .i,J credit to not a few of his own countrymen. If he desire further evidence of his abilities, let him attentively read, in the report of the case of (iruy, the reasons of the juJjje for fining Ciray under the Hawaiian law. We should not be any-ways surprised, if ho should there discover a species of ratiocina tion from which he might, with irrcat advan tage to himself, take example. At all event?, he will perceive that"Halai, can not only write but reason. Tnat the system of courts here is perfect, has never been contended.- No reasonable man will look for a more faultless detail ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 April 1845

i 190 THE POLYNESIAN. April, ADVERTISEMENTS. CJBV ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE KI.VQ OF THE HAWAII AX ISLAXDS. Office or Sf.ckktary ok State run Foh k i ox Affairs, Honolulu, Oalui, Jan. 2), 1845. ) Whereas, Iliclinrri Ch:irlton,a British subject, pretomls to claim n certain piece of laiul in tlic Village of Hono lulu, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic Majesty's Government, on the 1 2th Sep tember 1813, 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 IGofthe Hawaiian Statutes, and Chapter 47 of the Translation ftito English; and said Charlton is hereby required upon pain of forfeiting all claim to said land, under the decision of II. B. M's Govcrnmet, already mentioned, to produce his grant and show it to be genuine i. c. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 April 1845

THE P.OLYN li Sri 5 it IAN PljnUSIIISD WEEKLY, AT IIOXOLIJLir, OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Kditoh. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1843. ADVERTISEMENTS. Sheriff's Notice. fC7Public Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a writ of Vknuitiom' Exponas issued to me by His Excellency the Governor of Oahu, in continuation of an original levy heretofore made by me upon an execution founded upon a judgment heretofore rendered in the Court of Oahu in favor of the Hvur.N Treasury Board against Ladd & Co., of Honolulu, merchants, and upon which execution, the rents, issues and profits of a certain Sugar Kstatk at Koloa on the Island of Kauai were sold by my Deputy for one year from the 9th day of December last until the 9th day of December ensuing. ' And whereas the said rents, issues and profits for one year, so sold as aforesaid were not sufficient to pay up md satisfy the said Execution : I shall proceed therefore to sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, all the residuary Lease...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 April 1845

i T Jl K P 0 L V N 10 S I A N. . 192 -v ; however to have boon done inadvertently, nod not through any disregard to the allegi ance due him. Still it will be proper for those gentlemen to avoid again placing them felvcs in a like equivocal position. The second, was, the singularity of any refer ence to topics of an unpleasant nature, espe cially of a character reflecting upon his friends and officers, in a document compo sed for so mournful an occasion. Without casting the slightest reflection upon the mo tives of the gentlemen undersigned, in ma king a repeated and prominent allusion to a state of feeling which he or his officers arc far from recognizing us existing, espe cially in the degree there specified, ho sim ply questioned the propriety of it on aa occa sion like the one which suggested an other wise so courteous an expression of sympa thy in his and the nation's behalf. Wo think that this circumstance and the recent changes in the cabinet require- com ment. Any " differenc...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 April 1845

1,11V I t hi; i' o I, v n i: s i a-n . 193 It m not to 1)0 understood from what "we aid above about expressions imputed to the Attorney (icnoral, that wondmit that he ev rr did make use of them in the way that has , privately and publicly represented. Hut even if had. used them so far as regards lu iieHt to the King's) service and the peace of thi eomnmnity, that high functionary niav fairly set his acts .'igainvt his words, and leave hi calumniators to answer the simple question whether they or he bo most to blame; they for attempting to warp to his prejudice expressions used, if at all, perhaps in jest, in private conversation, or friendly confidence ; or he for using those expres sions unaccompanied by one act hostile to any of those calumniators or to any one else. If ho have privately or officially injure any man, we have yet to learn the fact. It is eminently creditable to the Attorney (Jcneral that we can thus boldly stake his reputation with the whole impartial world, upon t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 April 1845

?4 ll. Ml P ft a 194 Tilt POLYNESIAN. April, ADVERTISEMENTS. C3BY ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE KIXQ OF THE HAWAII AX ISLAXDS. Orricc or Secretary or State for Foreign Affairs, Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 20, 1815.) Whereas, Richard Charlton, a British subject, pretends to clnini a certain ftiece of land in the Village of Mono ulu, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by fler Britannic Majesty's Government, onlhc 12th Sep tember 1843, to enable Raid 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 uch 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 all claim to said land, under the decision of II. B. M's Govexnmet, already mentioned, to produce his grant and show it to be genuine t. e...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 April 1845

I S TECS IAN I'UKMHIIEU WKEKLY, AT UOMiMi o IHI, IIWVAIIW ISMM)S. p o YNE 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 Hay Company. 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 n...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 April 1845

t h i: p o i, v n i: s i A n . Apkii., AH r-: i 1: l;. Ml 11 'iff J - Fh 1 Hammee of the soundness of his reasoning, and that it was not at nil probable the great enemy of mankind would appear personally among thorn even if he was a cannibal, and an immediate search was resolved upon. The whole force of the tribe was mustered, and arms laid by as of no farther use since the Prince of Peace came amongst them, were again brought out, and made ready fur the conflict, which none doubted must follow the discovery of their enemy, slill by most believed to be none other than Satan or his myrmidons. For many days the search was fruitless, and the young chief whose wife had been the last victim, had quite despaired of ever solving the mystery of her disap pearance or being revenged upon the instru ment of her abduction. A council of the tribe wa9 called, and among them appeared the missionary; many arguments pro and con were used as to the character of their enemy, and the utility of farther...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 April 1845

T H l V 0 L V N i ; ,S I -A K wise Providence for the purpose of rcsusciiat jn.r worn out and exhansteel soil. Rut to tin; inlands; the lirt in order U Possession, a barren waste of sand, its arid surface strewed with the bone' of seal, and presenting every abearance of having been Inlidv visited for td purpose of proem ing (inano; th next in oidfi' lire tin: Islands of Shark. Sea, and IViiffniii, in An urn, Peijut na - Hay at the former of which we saw souk six Uiitish ves sels loading ; the article, however, was im pure, being obtained in the chasm and tis siirca of rocks, consequently not decompo sed. W'c next proceeded 1o Ichahon here a vsreno met our vier for which we were per ter.tly unprepared ; a large Meet of English sidpping. 3(J in number, of the largest 'class, clustering about a mound of earth, inflated tit its position, barren on its surface, but teeming with this tiew substance, guano, in all its purity. The appearance of the island is similar to a tea cup inverted, a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 April 1845

ft 198 T II i; P 0 L V n i: S I A N Amu., ADVERTISEMENTS. CJ-BV ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE AT.VtV OF THV. HAW Alt AX ISI.AXDS. OkFICK OK SF.CUETARY OF St'ATE koh Foreign Affaiiim, Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 2, 115. ) Whereas, Richard Churlton,'a British subject, pretends to claim a certain niece of land in the Village of Hono lulu, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic Majesty's (Jovcrnment, on the 12lh Sep tember 18 1'3, 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 ami showing pursuant to Chapter iGofthc Hawaiian Statutes, and Chapter 17 of the Translation into English;. and said Charlton is hereby required npon pain of forfeiting all claim to said land, under the decision of H. B.-M's (iovcrnmet, already mentioned, to produce his grant and show it to be gen...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
x
Loading...
x
x