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Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands.
July I . i in. 1878.
L. MARCHAyT, rt. RATT1E F. MAR
CH A XT.
This is an taction for divorce brought by o bns
band against bis wile, alleging Ibat she bas it di
vers times since their marriage committed adul
tery, and that by force of tbe Act relating to di
vorce, approved on tbe ldtb day of July, 1870, be
is entitled to a divorce, notwithstanding Chapter
51 of tbe Session Laws of 1874.
The 16lh Chap, of the Session Laws of 1870.
sets forth very specifically tbe grounds on which
divorces could be obtained, and enacted that they
should be obtainable on no other grounds see
sec. 1st of tbe Act and likewise set furtb the
whole manner of procedure which shall be there
after followed, and in its Utb sec. enacts that
" sections 1323, 1324 and 1325 of the Civil Code,
and all Acts and parts of Acts authorizing divorce
causes to be beard at Chambers, and all Acts and
parts of Acts inconsistent herewith are hereby re
pealed." The ol'jecl nod eQecl ot this Act was to
make the obtaining of divorces mora difficult than
it bad previously been.
The first section of the 51st Chap, of the Ses
sion Laws of 1874. repealed this last mentioned
Act which would have the euttct to revive the
1323, 1324 and 1325 sections of the Civil Code,
were it not for Ibe 20th section of Ike Civil Code,
which read as follows :
" The repeal of any law shall not be construed
to revive any other law which has been repealed
unless it be so clearly expressed," and as the en
actment of 1874. whilst repealing the law of 1870.
did not in express it-run-) re-enact the statutes re
pealed by the law of 1870. it would follow that
there is no law to enable divorces to be granted
for the future.
lint it is contended that the 51st Chap, of
tbe Session Laws of 1874 is void, because that by
its second section it is enacted " That sn Act
entitled an Act to permit divorced person to
marry again, approved May 20lh, 1866, be. and
the same is hereby re-enacted. (See page 3d.
of Session Lawa of I8GG.) Now tbe law I bas
song-lit to be revived by this enactment was re
pealed by quite another law tbun that sought to
be repealed, vix ; Chap, tho Huh. of the Session
Laws ol 1870. which whilst repealing tbe Act of
the 20th of May, 1866, re-enacts and amends the
1334 t-eciion of the Civil Code, so that by this
enaclmeot one provision is raised without re
pealing (be other.
But it is argued that the whale of tbe 50lb
Chap, of the Seseion Idws of 1874, is void as be
ing contrary to tbe 77th Article of the Constitu
tion which reads us follows :
" To avoid improper influences whicb may re
sult from intermixing in one and the same Act
such things as have no proper relation to each
other, every raw shall embrace but out object, and
that ehull be expressed in its title."
The Court regards this provision of the Con
stitution as mandatory, und the disregarding of
it by the Legislature reuders any of these enact -meuts
in whicb it may be disregarded, nugatory.
Surely a law whicb in effect prohibits all future
divorces, and at the gumetime in the same law
uiaks an enactment by which those persons who
may have been previously divorced, may be
married again, (or perhaps it may more properly
be said, esuibli.l e oew conditions on which they
may be married.) includes more than oue object
in the same enactment, and therefore by virtue
of the authority vested in this Court we do
hereby declare tbe 61st CbuDter of the Session
Laws or 1874. contrary to the 77lb Article of
the Constitution and therefore null and void.
Klisha II. Allkk,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Chas. C. II Minis
Justice of the Supreme Conrt.
A. Francis Jt:oo,
Justice of the Supreme Court.
W. C. Jonks for Libellaot.
Bl'PBEME COURT IN EQUITY.
uth Xo-rrmber i"3".
JOSHUA R. WILLIAMS rs. C. T. GULICK,
Executor of the Will of HENRY
H. SA WYER.
Opinion of Cuikf Jlsticx Allen.
This bill of complaint sets forth that on or
about the month of January. 1860, the complain
ant entered into copartnership with the defend
ant in the business of graziers and cattlo dealers,
and articles of copartnership were duly executed
by the parlies.
It appears by the articles that the parties at
the time of entering into the copartnership, to
wit, on the 23d day of January 1860. each party
put into the copartnership stock, a certain num
ber of cuttle, but unequal in numbers end the
difference was made up by tbe payment of the
sum of 1200, by Sawyer to the complainant, so
that their interests were made equal. And fur
ther it was mutually agreed that said consolidat
ed stock and their increase should continue until
said stock should be finally disposed of by the
parlies, and that the profits should be equally
divided, or if loss should accrue in the business,
tbe same should be paid equally. It was further
agreed that tbe copartnership should continue
ten years, unless dissolved by mutual agreement.
1 he complainant lurtber alleges that the co
partnership business and trade was entered upon
and was to be carried on until tbe copartnership
expired by its limitation of ten years. And
the complainant further alleges that tbe defend
ant has made sale of partnership property, and
demands an account ot tbe partnership transac
tions. The answer of the respondent admits the exe
cution or the articles of copartnership, but avers
that in March or April 1864, tbe plaintiff sold all
tbe cattle on hit run at Waimaln without con
sulting with defendant, and defendant avers, that
raid sale put an end to said agreement, and fur
ther avers that there bas beer, oo partnership
dealings between them since that time. And he
further avers that complainant, after tbe afore
said sale of the cattle left his run at Waimalu
and entered npon the business of a sugar planta
tion, and as he supposed the business was closed
he bad kept no copartnership accounts.
The evidence in this case is not very satisfacto
ry, as neither party kept any accounts. But it
appears by tbe evidence of Mr. Poweett that be
purchased of tbe complainant 545 head of cattle,
being all the herd in the immediate charge of
complainant at Waimulu in 1864. And it ap
pears further in evidence by Mr. Humphreys, that
tbe respondent in July 1, 1865, made an agree
ment with him to sell bim certain lands, and all
tbe property on the same, consisting of pens,
fences, bouses, farming utensils, carts, ploughs,
and all property on said lands, and also all tbe
interest tbe respondent bad to all cattle, horses,
and moles, wherever running branded J M. V-J
or 71 ; liV, being the same brand of tbe cattle
Mr. Humphrey further testifies that Sawyer
told bim that he only sold him an undivided half
of the cattle and mules, be adding, "we then came
into town and I was introduced to J. R. Williams
as being partner, as I was in possession " bat be
says " 1 was no partner of Sawyer." He further
testifies, ' bis agreement with Mr. Sawyer was
dated July 1, 1865, was to continue till February
1,1867, and be remained in possession till that
time, when be relinquished it, for tbe agreement
was not complied with, by failure to pay according
to its terms.
This cose was commenced on the 6th October,
1S73, and sometime afterwards, tbe respondent
died, and the case was revived against tbe ad
ministrator of said respondent's estate. It is es
pecially to be regretted that the case was not
tried during tbe lifetime of respondent.
It does not appear that there were any ac
counts kept by either party, ud no evidence of
demand for settlement, notwithstanding lha large
sales made by each party. It appears that tbe
respondent resumed the possession ol all tbe pro
perty, whicb be had agreed to convey to Hum
phreys, oo the 1st of July 1867, and continued
in tbe same till be made sale ot tbe cattle to Mr.
E. H. Boyd on the 11th or January 1869. This
deed together with tbe agreement with Hum
preys, were placed on record.
It does not appear by the evidence teat either
party called the other to account, after the sale
to Dowsett, or after the agreement to sell to
Humphreys, or tbe actual sale to Mr. Boyd.
After complainant sold to Dowsett, be went
into tbe business of the sugar plantation, and it
does aot appear by tbe evidence that be render
ed any more personal service to the partnership'
neither does it appear that ha recognized Hum
phreys as a partner. And the main question is,
was the partnership dissolved by the acts of tbe
After the sale of complainant to Dowsett, and
bis abandonment of all partnership co-operation,
and after tbe agreement to tell to Humphreys all
the partnership property on respondent's land at
Kailna. and it not appearing that there was any
partnership co-operation by these parlies, it was a
strong case of implied consent to dissolve the co
partnership. Mr. Justice story. In bis work on partnership,
tec. 272, says : 4 At to dissolution by tacit re
nunciation or by implication from circumstances
it may arise in various ways, as by lha withdraw
al of a partner from tbe basinets of tbe partner
ship, and engaging in other concerns, or by his
refusal to act with tbe other partners in tbe busi
ness, or by his assigning over bis share in the
partnership, or by his doing sny other act utter
ly inconsistent with the continuing relation of
It is contended by tbe counsel for the respond
ent thai tbe sale to Dowsett by complainant,
and the subsequent sale to Humphreys by re
spondent, was a final sale of ell the partnership
property and by tbe very terms of the co-partnership
worked a dissolution. But the complain
ant contends that the sale by respondent of all his
interest in the cattle and moles, was conditional
only, that the contract was executory and de
pended on Lbe contingency or payment which
never happened. Possession was given to Hum
phreys ot the property and be bad tbe full en
joyment of it, and neither of tbe parties, com
plainant or respondent, ever exercised any con
trol over the property, and Humphreys continued
in possession lor the term -ol two years. The re
spondent could BJtl impose Humphreys on Wil
liams as a partner, and there was no evidence
that this relation existed between them.
A conditional sale or the whole property sur
rendering possession of tbe same to a third party,
so that there is no further business of the co
partnership to do, amounts to a dissolution under
the articles, as well as by tbe law whicb regulates
the co-partnership relation. It was the transfer
of all the respondent's interest in the partnership
property, which severed the onity of interest be
tween the contracting parties. Ketchu vs. Clark,
6 Johns K, 144. Murray vs. Bagut. 14 Johns It,
318.. Menguard vs. N. Y. Mao. Co., 17 Jobut
Tbe interest of a partner is liable for bia separ
ate debts and bis creditors can take by
assignment, or on execution, but tbey are
entitled to it, without the risk of being partners,
neither are the solvent partners obliged to con
tinue the partnership fur the very good reason
that the property of the insolvent partner is taken
out of the concern. Respondent had nothing to
do as partner at IConlau, neither had Williams at
Wuimnlu. Tbe property being sold, there was
nothing further Tor the partners to do but to set
tle tbe business and divide tbe profits or losses as
provided by tbe articles, and it is to be regretted
that they did not make a settlement ul tbal time.
A partner cannot by the assignment of bis inter
est, introduce bis assignee into tbe co-partner
It is well Battled in Kngland that an Act of
Bankruptcy is a dissolution of partnership, this
is by reason ef the assignment, which severs the
interest in the bankrupt by operation of law.
Camp, 448, 5 Vesey jr., 295.
The partner who made a sale of bis interest in
a co-partnership would be liable in damages un
doubtedly for non-fulfillment or his co-partnership
1 am of opinion that tha co-partnership or Wil
liams and Sawyer was dissolvod by tbe act of
Williams in the salo or all the cattle under his
charge at Waimalu, and his embarking in other
business, when taken in connection with the sale
of all the partnership property at Koolau by Saw
yer on tbe first day of July, 1865, and as this bill
was not brought within six years from that date
my judgment is that tbe suit is barred by tbe Stat
ute of Limitations. Bill dismissed, each party to
pay his own costs.
W. C. Jones and Edward Preston for plaintiff,
K H. Stanley and A. S. Hartwell for defendant.
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St. Nicholas, bound volume.
American Pioneer Series,
Mayne Keid's Story Books.
The Friendly Visitor Children's Friend,
And Uie unusual variety of colored and cloth Toy Books,
ttaim For Sale by H. M. WHITNEY.
GT.MH ef GER3IAVN, SCOTTISH and B Cat FTP
The Home Crreie, vols. 1. 2 and 3,
The Silver Chord Musical Gem,
The Piano at Home Pianist's Album,
Piano Ftrrte O ems The ausleal Treasure,
Gems of Strauss Opera Bouffe,
The Organ at Home -Csrmlna Sacra,
Richardson. Piano Forte Instructor,
And sU the posruiar IS. 8. Juvenile tune books, with
OTer Cty pieces 1st moatc. voral and tnatrsmrental.
ttsim For Sale by H.M.WHITNEY.
WHICH WILL BE
at Low Rate;
CASTLE A COOKE.
Good for Chicken Feed, Ac, Ac
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Best Quality
Cat op if reqalred.
J AS. I. DOWSETT.
Cotst Qoeea aad fort Streets.
DIRECT FROM ItOSTO.T.
American Prime Pork.
American aCsas Beef.
New Bedford Towline.
Sew Bedford Cnttror Fans,
Sew Bedford Whalemen's Oats,
Fifty Bales Best Patent Ostkanl
AO of which wtU b. sold at low prices, by
ft BOLUS A CO.
RECEIVED FEB CBTaVOBT, AND FOB SALE
by ftWJ BOLLES A CO.
a cdi ciinin i nT nr nfw ftnnns ?
ft VfkbllUlU aWM I VI IB sat WW M W VH W
JUST R. ECEITE I)!
Ex "Clara Bell," t4Mary Belle Roberts,11 and "Ceylon,"
Household Furnishing Goods, Namely,
t-ruuntson le cm-eun rmana
MUTa Boners Of-sSrr SM Pass.
Mu""uMssToitliaiirs. riissn Baniss,
Gem laws IMlslktas: fiai. UfSewf. Wrooc.
Shallow jn.i Iwp arts Sanaa sassy I n .
fatrtana DsaS, and -.Ibiim Wt Has.
Tubed HraJlos-l CMefaum. Ice TasajS,
rt Plates. Breast and faaw Huei
Iulu,V MeurJ I loop-.! dms.
Hales, rbrft. u. . i n a.
t-aar-ss-fe-tM -aaa lwT"
Caaa Hoses, gird I saris
Tea and I iHW
Kuire fray I
Coffee Mills, Something Hew!
And eT-ssmim to aary now la as.
rsllamtasT I rotas far
f ssstnsr Roltiaar A I AS ska.
Downer's Kerosene Oil!
rreula irswsa tta aaiiaimsaaea
nse and Wood Wash aBsMB ' tin Ptss,
ilatr.irni and I'minwr -SSSS.
Paris Plow Handles, Beams a Poors, Eagle Plows, Handles, Beams a PtHnit, t harcoai Irutas, .vies, Sat
Ox Uewes, tbi tardea Hoe. Pzstrtat Mat Traps, Ax
Ortnd stone, ane) Futures. Binw .ml Mul. Shoos, lion. Italia.
Boat Xails, Cut Sails. Wrot Sal's, Boat liven.. Uoat atvolav
a irfin T.i-nn of Builders
Paint... Oils, Varnbiliea. TuspenUne. Brushes, ail kinds. Rmoroa, S Patent Axles, steel SOU iron.
Common Axles, Steel and Iron. Carriage Sprtntrs, Bolt... Ac, Ac.. Ae.
AM the above Goods and a great rmtny more tehivh time and space teiil not
iu to mention.
Can be had from the Undersigned at satisfactory Prices.
I3JP Call and examine for iourseloes.
505 am DILLINGHAM & Co.
n. O. WYLIE!
LONDON DIRECT !
BEST AXXEALED DRAWS It.VtlMl
WISE, So. I. u.
GALVANIZED CORRUGATED IRON!
Galvanized Iron Tubing,
1-2 and 3-4 in.,
Best Hoop Iron !
3-A. 7-8. and 1 tacts.
Horse sitae Sails aad Horse Mhoes,
Booth & Co.'s Best Portland Cement!
Patent SHiot, 1 to 13,
Hubbuck's Best White Lead
A I i I 4 PALIT!
Huhhuek's Lamp Black. Venetian Red. Yellow Ochre,
Uubburka Ued I ..' Putty, In ttjfi lb. bladders,
llubbuck'n Haw and BoUedOU, lu casks A drums
TABLE U V1IIS AXD FOBSiH.
VARVERM, BlTt'llEB KMVE.H,
POCKET K M V EN. Ae.
AS ASSOBTMKST OF
Best English Saddlery
A LABVE A.sstnt I'H i;vi OF
Crockery w are!
White Scarlet. Blue Sla-feuta aad
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
'POVltBOh XfaTI tj. 1
rpuNS DIM onrih' COAL,
A Tubs Best Ulsscow Spliat testa Csal.
Bsr Irua, is aasortssl siasra.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
la 1 doa. easss of the eai.br. tod tsaaafsctsr. .f
JOHN UILLO.V A Co., Ulasfo-av.
ALSO A FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Highly re-; inraen Ic.l by those who haft trial
them, ttill on han I. and will be In
of at LOW Kates, to sait tha i
COLLECTION OF TOYS !
Croquet Sets, slates.
Slate Peuells. Ae., ,t r.
Baby's Feedins; Bottles,
BLACK AND BLUE TWEEDS'
Gold. Black and Blue Waterproof Tteeeds .'
WOOL REPS, WOOL SHAWLS,
Men's White Hliirt !
Ken's colored Hlilrta, Blue Jean rihlrta,
Meu's Flannelette Mhlrts. Reaatta Shirts,
Kea's Wool shirts, sast'd, colors,
An Elegant Assortment ef
Ladies1 Fancy Articles !
White Cricketing Flannel,
Blae aarl Scarlet Flannel, .m-r- prints,
Cretolne Prints. Whit? Cottons,
Brown Cottons, Scotch rj-oromtlcs,
"?7 all Paper
New Patterns and Stylet.
EXTRA E. A.lf EI.ED CLOTH FOB CAB.
A Choice Lot of Fancy Silk and Cotton
and Figured Flannels,
Diagonal Twills, Oxfoi-d SalrUatr, Ete.,
Christy's Black and Colored
FELT HATS, NEWEST SHAPES!
Men's SUk Hats aad Drab Shells.
A Large Variety or Ladle Straw Haas. Bow
Style, .Beu's aad Boy's Straw Hats. ate.
Haberdashery and Hosiery!
A LARGE ASSOBTBEST.
Also, a Great Variety of Arti
cles too NnmeroTis to
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill. Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEAM t'L ARIFIERS, 100 and 300 Calls.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Cases Hei-Jseios's Champarn.,
Cases A.sortsd Braada Chaapaf-Be,
Casss Hssusssy's 1, 1 sod t Star Brandy,
Casss At.. .rt. I Brsnds Brss-ly,
fates Bast Claret,
Cases Best Scotch Whiskey,
Cases Beit Hollaod Oia.
Bsskets Bast Holland Oin, stone Jags,
Cases Best Oia Tots tiia. Casss Assort B Isrsts
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage aad O.F.C.
Cues Beit Pale Sherry,
Cssse Bast Old Pert,
Qasrter Cssks Usonessy's Psl. Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pals Sherry,
Qasrter Casks Irish Whiskey,
tjaarter Casks Jamaica Rata.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Piatt and Quarts.
Blood, Wolfs A Co's India Pals Als, pts sad sta.
Bsee A Co's India Pais Ala, pints aad qosrts.
ALSO. JUST RECEIVED PER U MM!
STEWASTS XXX STO IT, la .Use jtasja.
ut'Ajm mMB purrs.
POBT WISE, la S atos, eases : SHERBT Viae
la 3 doa. eases, sf aaaerlor saallsy .
tsss F. T. LE N EH AN OO.
MARY BELLE ROBERTS-
A LARGE ASAOBT1E1T OF
Ladies Fancy Articles!
New Fancy Silks!
eke-, Ae., dr, Ae.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
VtrHALEaXHa aAM. FROM IS
a feet lane, of the heat aoalirr.
For sale hy rBt BOLLES A CO.
NEW GOODS !
J list Received by
AJONG fc ACHTJCK,
Eldward J a xxx oat '.
White in Colored Rattan Matting,
matting. Rattan Cbaira,
Manila Rope, Peanut Oil,
Nesta Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hani, Nankin Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Sdk,
Sil-rer Wore, Ivory Ware-
Sandal Wood Ware, Lscqnered Ware,
China Ware, Canvas Shoes.
Straw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Flower Pott, Wrapping Paper,
Dried Ligee, Dried Dates,
Gold tfe Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell Jt Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen 4 Ladies Paty Rati,
Chins Brick Jc Side-walk Stones
BCWLR AITD DOUBLE
SUGAR MAT BAGS
A erf-tart Tsarlet y at
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Too aatateroato taseal
FOB SALE BT
nHtraet, Bear King.