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Daily Bulletin Supplement, November 15, 1894.
THIRD CIRCUIT COURT.
Calendar of October Term Oaiea,
North Kohala, Hawaii.
On Wednesday morning, Oct. 3,
1891, the court was opeupd by
Doputy Sheriff Pulaa, and an order
was read by the clerk, Daniel Porter,
postponing the term to tho 8th of
the month. In compliance with said
order court was adjourned until
Monday, Oct. 8, at 10 o'clock n. in.
On Monday, Oct. 8, 1891, court
was opened at 10 o'clock a. in., Hon.
S. L. Austin, Justico, presiding. W.
O. Smith, Attorney-General, and A.
O. M. Robertson, Doputy Attorney
General, for tho prosecution. The
following attornoys wore present:
Paul Neumann, C. W. Ashford, V. V.
Ashford, G. K. Wilder, W. O. Achi,
also Luther Wilcox, Hawaiian inter
preter, Chester Doyle, Japanese in
terpreter, J. W. Jones, stenographer.
The following is the calendar and
disposition of cases:
Koanini (k.), Palakiko (k.), Knai
hue (w.), violating Chap. 00, Sec. 1,
Laws of 1892, regarding segregation
of lopors. Tho Attornoy-Qonoral
enters a nollo protequi in the caco of
Keanini and Palakiko. Kanihuo
pleaded guilty and was fined $20
Bon Paakai and Wailuu Kokaula,
adultory. Appeal from District
Court, Kau. Wailuu Kokaula with
draws her appeal and pays fine and
costs. Ben Paakai's case continued
to the April torm, Kau. V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
Sam Haina and Lono, adultery.
Appeal from District Court, N. Ko
hala. A verdict of guilty rendored
in tho caso of Sam Haina. Sont
encod to pay a fine of $60 and tho
costs of court, $21.85. Lono with
draws hor appeal W. C. Achi for
Kokualo Hanohauo and Kaai Ma
haiolo, larceny of cattlo. Appoal
from District Court, S. Kona. The
Attornoy-General declines to proso
cute. Nollo prosequi entorod. ' II. L.
Holstein for dofendants.
John Olohana, larcony of a jack
ass. Appeal from District Court, X.
Kona. Nolle prosequi entered. W.
0. Achi for defendant.
Win. Kamauoha, manslaughter.
Commitment from District Court. S.
Kona. The Attorney-General files
doclination to prosecute W. C.
Achi for defendant with G. K. Wil
der. Kaiho (k.), porjury. Commitment
from District Court, N. Kona. Do
Puhipau (k.), assault with a dan
gerous weapon. Commitment from
District Court, S. Kona. Tho At-tornoy-Genoral
files doclination to
Srosecute. Dofendant discharged.
'. K. Wilder aud W. C. Achi for
Hana(k.), malicious burning, 2d
dogree. Commitment from District
Court, N. Kohala. Defendant
pleaded guilty in tho 3d dogree.
Sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for the torm of two years and
pay costs of court, $7. W. C. Achi
and the defendants discharged, on
the ground that tho charge should
have been "having lottery tickots in
Apana (k), opium in possession.
Appeal from District Court. N.
Kona. Verdict of not guilty. V. V.
Ashford for dofendant.
Iwamoto, Hamai, Nagata, Kawa
saki, Hayashi (Japs). Selling liquor
without a license. Appeal from
District Magistrate of Kau. Nollo
prosequi entered. Paul Neumann
Nishimoto Tsuzo, Jap. Murdor
in the first degree. Defendant
pleaded gailty to murder in tho 2d
degree. Sentenced to imprisoumont
at nard labor for twenty years. Paul
Neumann for dofendant.
John Caspar. Violating Chapter
44, Sec. 6, of the Penal Code insti
gating an assault on a public oflicor.
Commitment from District Court,
S. Kona. The Attorney General
files a doclination to prosecute. H.
L. Holstein and C W. Ashford for
Tai Loy, Ch. Opium in posses
sion. Appeal from District Court,
Ah Sam, KimCha, Wong Tong.
gaming. The Attornoy-General
asked that a nnllnnrnonnut finnntnnul
N. Kohala, on mitigation of sen
tence. Court sentenced defendant
to pay a fino of S100 and costs $9.
Ho was fined SIM) in tho lower court.
Yamatnoto, Jap. Larceny 3d de
gree. Appeal from District Court,
N. Kohala. Continued from April
term, prisoner having escaped. De
fendant allowed to chaugo his plea
and the motion for a new trial
granted. Tho Attorney General
now states that as the witnesses for
tho prosecution havo gono to China
ho will enter a nollo prosequi. Paul
Neumann for defendant.
Manchock. Ch. Selling spiritu
ous liquor withot a licenso. Appeal
from District Court. S. Kohala. In
this case tho principal witness for
tho Government being sick in Hono
lulu, tho Attorney Genoral asked
that tho case bo nol. pros'd. Grant
ed. G. K. Wildor for dofendant.
Oishi, Sugcnaga, Wcdo, Oda,
Egami, Kobalshi. Matnumoto. Re
sisting public niiicors whilo in tho
discharge of their duty. Commit
ment from District Court, S. Kona.
Tho jury render a verdict of
guilty as to Oishi, Sugenaga, Woda,
Oda, Egami aud Matsumoto, and
reccommend them to tho mercy of
tho Court. Kobaishi was found not
guilty. Counsel for defendants ox
cept to the vordlct and givo nntico
of a motion for a new trial. Oishi
fined $200 and 21 hours imprison
ment. Tho othors woro fined $75
and 21 hours imprisonment each.
Paul Neumann for defendants.
Johu Caspar. Charged as acces
sory before the fact in the Japanese
caso of assault on public ofilcors
whilo in tho discharge of their duty.
Commitment from District Court,
N. Kohala. Jury rendored a vordict
of guilty, throe disontiug. Coun
sel for dofondant excepts to tho
verdict and givoi notice of a motion
for a new trial. Court suntoncod
tho dofondant to imprisonment at
hard labor for 21 hours and pay a
fino of $500 with costs of Court. H.
L. Holstein and C. W. Ashford for
Wahinoalii (w.). Kahaulelio (k.)
and Mrs. Kuaimoku vs. Kaluhano.
Ejectment. Appoal from District
Court, S. Kona. Appoal withdrawn.
H. L. Holstein for plaintiff; W. C.
Achi for dofondant.
J. W. Kellikoa vs. Alolani P. Ka
helo. Assumpsit. Struck from the
calendar for non-payment of costs.
W. C. Achi for plaintiffs V. V. Ash
ford for dofendant.
John K. Kokaula vp. Hawaiian
Agricultural Co., a corporation.
Ejoctmont. Continued to April
term. W. C. Achi for plaiutiff; Car
ter & Carter for defendant.
Kooki Mao vs. Apa (Ch.). Appoal
from District Court, N. Kona.
Judgment for plaiutiff. O. W. Ash
ford for plaintiff; W. C. Acht for
Mrs. Kia Simona aud Mr. Simona
vh. Lui Vascoucella. Assumpsit.
Appeal from District Court, N. Kona.
Discontinued. W. C. Achi for plaiu
tiff. Mrs. E. C. Groonwell & Co. vs. W.
C. Achi, M. Govoia, J. K. Nahelo,
Malulani, ejectment. Appoal from
District Court, N. Kona. Discon
tinued. 0. W. Ashford for plaintiff;
Achi for defendaut.
Kaimihalo Keliiklpi vs. J. D.
Ackerman, Akana, W. E. Scott, eject
ment. Discontinued. W. C. Achi
for plaintiff; G. K. Wildor for de
fendant. Kia (w.) vs. Lui Vascoucella, tres
pass. Jury render a vordict for tho
plaintiff Kia, two jurors dissenting;
and $50 damages. Three jurors dis
senting. Counsel for defendant ex
cepts to the verdict and givos notice
of a motion for a new trial. Coun
sel for plaintiff notes exception to
tho amount of damages and gives
uotico of a motion for a now trial.
W. C. Achi for plaintiff; C. W. Ash
ford (or defendant.
Johu Gaspar vs. D. H. Kahaulelio,
trespass $150. Appeal from District
Court, S. Kona. Court gives judg
ment for tho dofondant, sustaining
tho judgmeut of the lower Court.
Counsel for plaintiff notes exception.
C. W. Ashford for plaintiff; W. C.
Achi for dofondaut.
Mock Sing (k.), Chinaman, vh.
Lono (w.), deserting husband. Ap
peal from District Court, N. Kohala.
Discontinued. H. L. Holstein for
Kimura and wifo vs. C. Kaiaiki
(k.), assumpsit. Appoal from Dis
trict Court, N. Kona. Continued by
consent of parties to April term,
Kau. Achi for pleintiff; V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
Kohala Sugar Co. vs. Bon Kcakua
(k.), deserting sorvico. Appeal from
District Court, N. Kohala. Case
withdrawn. Holstein for dofendant.
Laio Kauka (w.) vs. Kauvaina(k.),
trovor. Appoal from District Court
Kau. Settled out of Court. V. V.
Ashford for plaintiff.
G W. Ahoy (k.) vs. Ouo (k.), Jap.,
assumpsit. Appeal from District,
Court, S. Kona. Appeal withdrawn.
W. C. Achi for plaintiff; Neumann
P. M. Pahukula vs. Ako (k.), Ch.,
bill to declaro judgment null aud
void. Counsel agree to file briefs
on question of demurrer. V. V.
Ashford for plaintiff; W. C. Achi for
Johu K. Kekaula vs. Ehu (w.),
Kaia (k.), Lohinahama (k.), bill for
specific performance. Evidence all
taken. Cane submitted wlthoiil
argument on briefs. W. C. Achi for
plaintiff; V. V. Ashford for defend
ant. Vittoriauo Ohera vs. J. D. Acker-
j man, bill to euforco a specific per-
I formanco of contract. Demurrer
filod by dofondant. Court sustained
tho same. Exception noted by
counsel for plaiutiff. Judgmeut eu
tered for defendant' C. Vv. Ashford
for plaintiff; W. C. Achi for dofond
aut. DIVORCE CASES.
Uolokabiki Borg vs. Henry M.
Berg, libel for divorce. Decree
granted for failure to support, de
sertion and drunkonuess, the mother
to have custody of the childrou. V.
V. Ashford for libellant.
Kaluna (w.) vs. Ahana (k.) Ch.,
libel for divorce Decreo granted
ou grounds of dosortion and non
support. H. L Holatein for libel
lant. Ano Kala Kaholo (w.) vs. Alolani
P. Kahelti k.)t libel for divorce.
Continued to April torm, Kau. W.
C. Achi for libollaut; V. V. Ashford
Kaaukai (v.) vs. U. L. Kamaka
(k.), libel for divorco. Decree grant
ed on ground of dosortion and non
support. Court allows counsel fees
$2u, and costs of Court $25, to be
paid by dofendant. H. L. Holstein
In the matter of tho estate of
Hookuku (k.) of Kau. Hawaii, de
ceased, petition to dcolaro tho heir
aud discharge the administrator.
Continued to April term, Kau, on I
account of abseuco of the parties. '
V. V. Ashford for tho petitioner.
Court adjourned sine die ou Mou-,
day, Oct. 22, 1891, at 4 p. m. '
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