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'6, sue u oy io incnes. entitled:
lie ware !
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This is a companion idece to No. 4. It renrt
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JUNE I. 1-1.
SUPREME COURT-IK BANCO.
January Term, 1881.
The Minister or the Interior vs Y. C. Parke,
Administrator of Ciiakle; Ka.vaina, decd.
Harris, C. J. Jidd & McClllv, J. J.
Opinion of the Court by Harris, C. J. j
The plaintiff claims in this action from the j
defendant, aa administrator of Charle9 Kanaina, i
eight hundred dollars for eo much money hai !
and received by the eaid Kanama in hiu lile-tiuie, i
for rents of certain porertj in Honolulu alleged i
ta be the tirouertv ol the Hawaiian Governiiieut. ;
Thi9 complaiut was filed 13th of January, 18S1,
duriDg the progress o! the last term and it eels
furtli that the deleudant was arriointed adiuiuis-
trator of the estate of Charles Kanaina, on the I
5th day of April 1S77. i
The defendant answers that, immediately on j
his appointment, he caused the advertiscuicnt to
be made, in accordance with the Statute, calling
upon all creditors ol the deceased to present their
claims within tix mouths lioin the date ol the j
publication of that notice, or the same would he j
forever barred, and that the plaintill" presented no
claim within such eix mouths ; and therefore the
defendant submits that the plaintiff's claim is ;
barred. To which the plaintiff replied that no ;
Statute of limitations would have effect against
The Chief Justice who held the term, said that, ;
for the time being, he bhould hold that the ,
Government was barred by the Statute in ques- !
tion, in like manner as all other creditors and j
therefore the plaintiff alleged exceptions and they i
have been certified to this Court.
Sec. 1 of an act to limit the time w ithin which
the claims of creditors on the estate of deceased
persons bhall be presented, page 51 Session laws !
of ISGS, enacts that. It such claims be not i
presented within six months from the
first publication of the notice, or within six
months from the day they fill due, they shall be j
forever barred and the executor or administrator '
shall not be authorized t pay them." . '
The case of the United States vs Samuel lloare, '
administrator of the estate of Colonel Tuttle, 2
Mason 312, is quite parallel to this case. The
Statutes of Massachusetts, at that time limited
suitB against executors and administrators to
four years after the aceci tance of tho trust,
where our Statute limits it to six months after
the notice. The action was brought after the
expiration of the lour years as this is brought
after the expiration of the six months. The
Massachusetts action was lor money had and
received, as is this.
Judge Story, in announcing the opinion of the
Court, says :
" Now, I ttiink, it may be laid down as a sale
proposition, that no Statute of limitations has
been held to apjly to actions brought by the
Crown, unless there has been an express provis
ion including it. For it is said that where a
Statute is general, aud thereby any prerogative,
right, title, or interest is divested or taken from
Che King, in such eae the King shall not be
bound, unless the Stamte is made by express
words to extend to him.'' And again, It is
clear from the authorities, that the rule, excepc
iug Ibe crown from the opention of the Statutes
of limitation, has lor several centuries universally
prevailed and the true reason is to be found in
the great public policy of j reserving the public
rights, revenues and property from injury and
loss by the negligence of public officers."
And ngain, " We find accordingly in our ow n
State (Massachusetts) the doctrint is wcil settled,
that no laches can be imputed t) the Govern
ment, and against it no time runs so as to bar Us
rights. So that it is clear that the Statutes oV
limitations pleaded in this case would be no bar
to a suit brought to enforce any right of the
state in its own courts." That learned Judge con
tinues. "Where the Government is not expressly,
or by necessary implication included, it ought to
be clear from the nature of the mischiefs to be
redressed, or the language used, that the Govern
ment itself was in the contemplation of the
legislature, before a court of law would be
authorized to put such interpretation upon
any statute." " In general, acts of the legisla-
i , , r""-.' ' '"" uu'l direct the acts
and rights of citizcus ; and in mu. ... ,i,o
reasoning, applicable to them, applies with very
different and often contiary force to -the Govern
ment itself." " It appears to me, therefore, to
be a 6afe rule founded in the principles of the
common law, that the general words of a Statute
ought not to include the Government, or affect
its rights, unless that construction be clear and
indisputable upon the text of the act." In the
case of the United States vs Thompson, J8 United
States, 4'JS (October 1S78) the Court remarked:
The rule of nullum tanpus uccurit rcgi lias
existed as an element of the English law from a
very early period. It is discussed in Phaeton
and has come down to the present time." "Limi
tations derive their authority from Statutes. The
King was field never to be included unless
expressly named. Xo laches was imputable to
liim, these exemptions were founded upon consi
derations of public policy."
This action was for UM..cy b .'. .iigiii;; to the
United States alleged to have been received by
the defendant prior to March oOth, 18G5 which
it was alleged he had converted to his own use.
The case of People vs Gilbert 18 Johnson 227, is
much in point.
This is the first action w hich has been brought
by the Government of this country, for the
recovery of personal property, in which there has
been occasion to plead a Statute of limitation as
a oar. thou'ili in the case of A. Ivahoomana vs
the Minister of the Interior (3rd Hawaiian, G35)
it was held that the Statute of limitations of real
actions does not run against the Government.
Some excellent reasons have been adduced before
us, why we should ad jpt the rule that the Statute
in question 6hall be of universal arnlication
against the Oovernment as against every one else
These reasons have had the greatest consideration
by us, and we may say have had great weight in
our minds. Uut we think that more injury w
be dona by setting up the new rule than by
adhering to that which has prevailed for centuries
in the countries from which, for the most part
we derive our jurisprudence. If the legislature
shall be of the opinion that these Statutes ought
to apply with equal force to the Government as
to citizens, they can easily modify the Statutes bo
as to make the point indisputable.
e therefore adjudge that the Statute of
Limitations cited by the defendant is no bar to
this action and the case will be placed on the
calendar or the next term.
Ciias. C. Harris,
A. Fkan-cis Jldd,
W. O. Smith, Deputy Attorney General
plaintiff. A. S. Hartwell for defendant.
Honolulu March 3rd, 1S81
SUPREME COURT. -IN BANCO.
April Term, 1881.
II 0 FFSC'U LA EC ER & C.. vs Han Same, Ayau
it Wong Kwai.
Harris, C. J. Jcdd & McCixly, J. J.
Opinion of the Court by JudJ, J,
The plaintiffs declaration claims twelve hun
dred and eighty-one dollars.GG cents, " upon two
several promissory notes made by the eaid Han
Same and Ayau and endorsed by the Baid Wonj
Kwai and payable, &c, . 'or winch
said Euins the defendants are indebted to com
plainants ; for that whereas the t-aid defendants
Han Same and Ayau by their promissory notes
dated, tc, now over and past due, and the eaid
Wong Kwai as indorser thereof promised and
became liable to pay, &c." And an averment of
non-payment after an amicable demand.
This is demurred to by Wong Kwai as insuffi
cient. The complaint in order to be good against the
indorser, should contain either an averment of
the performance of the conditions fixing his
liability, to-wit, demand upon tho maker and
Lis non-payment, and notice of the dishonor to
the endorser, or the excuse for the nonperformance
of these conditions. Tbe declaration contains
neither allegation. But it is urged that it is
apparent that Wong Kwai is liable without
demand and notice, because he has waived the
necessity of these conditions over his own indors
ment, aa may be seen by copies of the notes
which are affixed to the declaration.
The notes are not recited in full in the body of
the complaint, nor arc they referred to in apt
words, as being annexed to and to form a part of
the complaint. The notes are 6imply fastened to
We do not see how they can be regarded as
part of the complaint, unless made so by tbe
form of the pleading. This being determined,
the declaration is sufficient to clear the indorser.
Cuas. C Harris.
A. Francis Jldd,
J. M. Davidson for plaintiff. A. S. Hartwell
Honolulu. April 25th 1SS1.
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No reduction will be nri'ie Irom regular charges, except lor
absence, caused by protracted illness.
No h ave of absence during the scholastic year, except at
the Co'.h-ge vacations, or by special permission.
F.ach pupil must, on eulerii.g, obtain one suit of uniform;
wlr'ch, wilh all o'her necessary clothing, &c, will be furnished
' at tnoiV rate cost by the College; but none of these will be
! provided bv the College unless by special arrangement.
! Payments are to be made quarterly, and invariably in ad-
j vaIC0 xil K COURSE OF STL'DV
IS CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND COMMERCIAL.
' Latin. CJreek, French, German, Spanish and Italian
are taught. Particular attention will be paid to the English
lanuaiTe in all its branches. Literature, Mathematics, pure
I nmf mixed. History, Geography, Chemistry, and Natural
Philosophy. Ac. &.C.
Hoard, Lodging. Tuition, and Washing for Scholastic
! Entrance Fee 10 00
! Vacation at College 40 00
j Music Vocal and Instrumental Drawing, and Modern
' Languages - ...Extras.
; Senior Class $60.00
., Junior Class 40.00
' The Scholastic Year consists of two sessions, each comprising
' a period of five months. The First Session commences on the
' UCitli of August. The Second on the 20th of January.
For all and further particulars apply lo
KKV V. .1. LAKKIX, PriiU'iit.
No. 73 Ueretania Street.
; Evening School Department of
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
! The President has decided to include this branch in the
; Curriculum of the College.
Its iljject is to afl"rd all classes of the community the
: neans of acquiring a Theoretical and I'ractical knowledge of
all Commercial and Business transactions in daily use; and
also to give an insight into the workings and applications of
the different trades, which is so essential in these Islands.
THE THEORETICAL BRANCH
Will be under the supervision of the President and Professors
1 of the College. THE PRACTICAL, and most important
branch will be specially attended lo by representatives from
, the various master-artizans among us, who have kindly and
generously promised their services to this useful and valuable
They will alternately devote an hour each evening to the
task ol imparting this practical knowledge to the students.
All the implements necessary to each trade, and to agri
; culture. wi;l be furnished by the College.
Each Master-A rtizan, while connected with the College,
j will be entitled to name one Free-I.ife-Scholarship to the
: privileges of this Ev.ning School Department,
! Eitl il-iit t V-elt 50 Cents).
I The Evening School will open at 7 o'clock P. M. jal 81
1 jjQ? ya5sttiii .
S'JPEBJOB DURHAM COWS
12 Well-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cows..
NOW ON HAND AT THE KALIHI RANCH.
THIIiTI HEAD l'UVLlTlM MIES.
FRESH CALIFORNIA FRUITS,
APPLES, POTATOES & ONIONS
BY EVERY STEAMER.
Corn. Ileans and Wheat, Hams, ISacon and Shoulders,
Dried and Canned Fruits, Nuts and Raisins.
Sugared Kigs, Barbary Iiates.
In lots to suit the Trade & for Family use.
XT All gods direct from Main House in San Francisco so
call ami examine and compare prices.
l-rosli Bfistoru. Oystors
v BY EVERY STEAMER.
Orders received for Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Seeds etc
wrare cuttings, ana Olive Irees from our own Orchards ami
iiieynr.is Main House, San Francisco, Cal. ; Fruit Canning
Factory Packing House for dried and green fruits, San Jose,
SjKESuYICH &; CO..
29 Queen street.
H. IVl. EVIOORE,
(Formerly in employ of Castle & Cooke,)
TO 33 PRINTER
(Above Mollis' Store)
O ami rNote Heads. Business and YUirinir
iui-viaM iyie, at ueasonaole Kates. mar!9 '81 ly
H V, AT1 V-" -i,'K.-1IA"l'iE AM)
u-iuu.wD. unite, it l'ickerir.cr t o's I X
corner rort and King Streets. Orders
to. 1'rivate residence, 110 Hotel street.
a; r!) 3m.
F. II. DOEING
I PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE VIEWS
of houses or any out dour photography done, can have
Pictures in First-Class Style,
By applying to the undersigned, at 1 37 Fort street.
II, L. CHASE.
Honolulu, Jan. lfetli, 1S81.
A. A. MONTANO,
PHOTOGRAPHER & DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Picture Frames, Mats and Velvet Cases.
Comer of King and Fort St., Honolulu, jan 1 8
AMERICAN GENTLEMAN OK ETC-
p-rience in t-achins. in r.rMrf r.r,.u.. ir,.;t.,,:.
and private families, is willinz to rives inunction in ri.i
lamilies, the languages and Kn..!ii, k,.nA.. ...
Ufactory references and certificates will be furnished'. Ad"
res, N., this office. m,-?
S. C. aLLKN.
Jf. r. ROBISSOS.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
ROBINSON'S WHARF. DRil.RDs tm
LL'.MBKK and all kinds of BCILDINQ MATERI ALS
air.ls, Oil3, Nsils, &c, ic.
ACESTS FOR SCHOONERS
K 1" LA MAN C,
("9- Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (T
E TO ARRIVE,
NO. 6 K A AHUM ANU STREET.
MADE TO ORDER.
AND OF THE
XT I bold myself personally responsible
ecurity of their goods.
N . . i -i . ,
CELT'S FURWISHIIMG GOODS, l
ALL DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUROPE.
Popular Prices and Square Dealing !
I invite the public to examine my MairniGfrnt Slink of European and American Dry (.nod-, f
which is without question the , f
Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City of Honolulu;
My Prices for perfectly FRESH. EV FA KB ICS an- positively lower ihan ure charged hy other
Houses for OLD. MI01'WOK., SOILED (.OODS, under the guibe of M I I.IM, OIF!
Don't be Deceived, Come and Examine lor Yourself!;
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods
TRIMMINCS, CLOTHINC fit CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
ffA New Line of GENTS' CLOTHING at GREAT BARGAINS
I invite a careful inspection of my Goods and Trices. AO TUOl 'CLE TO SIIOU' COOKS.
Orders from the country caietully executed.
CIIAS. .1. FISIIK1U i
Califoi'niii Ono Price ISiizivi,
.leel 80 142
E X T E , A. .
The Latest Edition !
The Greatest Bargains of the Season !
104 Fort Street,
j?rS- GreateT inducements than ever before known on these Islands, will be given at my NEW
STOKE, in order to relieve my Stock previous to taking Inventory of Stock.
OFFERED T I-I T S WEEK!
TO EFFECT A
POSITIVE CLEARANCE I THIRTY DAYS
BARGAINS IN SILKS, BARGAINS IN SATIN'S, BARGAINS IN I'EtA'ETS
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS, BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, BARGAINS IN LACES,
BARGAINS IN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, BARGAINS IN RIBBONS,
BARGAINS IN GENTS' and BOY'S WHITE and COLORED SHIRTS,
BARGAINS IN GENTS' and BOY'S WHITE and COLORED STRAW HATS.
BARGAINS IN HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
BARGAINS IN BLEACHED and BROWN MUSLINS,
TABLE LINENS, CRASH, CANTON FLANNELS, WHITE COLORED FLANNELS, DRILLINGS, CICTO.T
ct Largo Stock
FROM KKGl'LAK I'KILKS WHICH ADMIT OK Sit COMPETITION".
Tlie.se include ITemriants ol Ores.-; Goods in all Grades.
All Goods Reduced 25 Per Cent. Below Former Prices I
NOTARY P XT 13 LIC,
For the Island of Oahu.
Marine Protests Noted & Extended, and Survey Papers Drawn.
AGENT to take ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to LABOR CONTRACTS
For the District of Kona, Oahu,
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Wills and other
Real E-itate and property of every description on any of the Islands, bought, sold, and
negotiated, and intending buyers and sellers will
Records Searched for Titles
Blanks for Labor Contracts and other
constantly on hand and for sale.
OFFICE Xo. 1 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu. UEilDENCE No. Ill King Street.
BusiQcss attended to at eitlicr Office or Residence. my21 3o
36 CASES OF LIME JtKE, 1 -QUART BOTTLES,
80 TIAS COFFEE, 12 LCS. EACH,
1 CHEST TEA,
1 CASK. OLIVE OIL,
40 IKOA TAARS, 400 GALLOAS EACH,
50 RC31 PIACUEOAS.
And Sundry Small Slorea too numeroai to mention. in
ly to the Captain on board the " Highflyer." myl4
AT LOW RATES
Warm ii t ed,
Prompt!) Alti'iuli'd tv
lor ALL GOiMDS entrusted to my care, and assure all my patrons
CORXKR OP KOItT Al HOI Kl. vrKEKTV
of ITUncy Ar tides.
A A. M. MELI.IV. Mil Fort Street, Hi ewer-. Hlook. Honolulu, U- I'
legal documents drawn at shortest notice, and t
do well to intrust their business to my care.
of all Lands Bought or Scld.
business, of the latest and most improved formi
HOUSES Ml BIGGIES TO LET !
ON KKASO.VAUI.E TKIIMS.
! Also, for Sale, Imported Horses, BuggieSi
Harnesses and Whips,
AT WILLIAM LEVY'S PONY STABLES
ON" KING STJtKET.
FANCY, FAST AND GENTLE HORSES !
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