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DEOEMBEE 6, 1882.
Hiif nmn Coort ofitlta Hawaiian Talaadt
EDTAED 0. 17AUSB VS. QlLBEBT WaIXES.
Before He Chancellor. By the Court.
Tliii ia a Bill in Equity allccins that in
tbe moath of January, 1SC9, lbs Tlainliff
formed a partneiahip "orith Gilbert Waller) Tel-
tpondent, for tbo purpose of butchering and
selling beef and mutton under (be stjlo of
"Gilbert Waller "and which hia continued to
the present time; the Bill alao Alleges that Plaintiff
derotcd bis whole timo faithfally and
indoatrionsljr to tbe business, with tho exception
of two stated periods, when absent ; that
be has drawn from tbe business only the bare
living expenses of himself and family, and the
sou of about $3,500 for tho purchase of land
and the erection of a homestead, whereas tho
respondent has drawn largo snms of money
far beyond his share of the profits of the
business; that in May 1682, respondent excluded
plaintifi from any share or participation
is the management of the business and refused
to settle with him. Tbe Bill prays for an
Injunction restraining the respondent from
disposing of the partnership property; that
the partnership bo dissolved and a Receiver
be appointed, etc
Tbo answer denies that the alleged partnership
ever existed and avers that sinco January
18C9 to Hay 1882 tho plaintiff was employed
by respondent as clerk and book-keeper and
that bo has been paid all Bums of money
earned by him in this capacity, and that tho
plaintiff has a completo remedy at law to
recover moneys he may claim to be due.
I find that tbe parties aro brothers, the respondent
J?r the older. Tho plaintiff has
acted undf??rower of attorney during the
absence ofr' ipondent and has been accustomed
to sign ail'-Attorney in fact" when drawing
tho funds of the business.
The plaintiff has been allotted to withdraw
whatever sums ho thought necessary for his
prirato use, and has done a largo part of tbe
business, Having its entire management during
respondent's absence of about tbrco years
It is evident from the testimony that tho
respondent intended to give his brother a
share in or tbo whole of tho business eventually
and that be allowed him to draw whatever
he wished to forhis support, unchecked, as a
kind and indulgent brother, until his habits
compelled bin, for his own protection, to tako
the step of severing tbeir business .relations.
There is no positive proof of a co-partnership.
Gilbert Waller never held his brother out to
tho world as his partnor and there is nothing
in the way the business was managed to suggest
a partnership. The use of tho pronouns
"us " and "wo " by Gilbert in his correspondence
with his brother and bis speaking of tho
business as "ours," to my mind only indicates
a familiar and complimentary habit of
speaking, which is not sufficient proof of a
partnership. In fact, the rather authoritative
and minute instructions seat by him in
referenco to tho disposition of certain leaseholds
and other property especially in tbe
letter of April Dili, 1660 aro inconsistent to my
mind, with tho latitneo which one partner has
a right to exercise over partnership property.
There aro certain declarations sworn to by
respondent and wifo as having been mado by
plaintiff that he was not a partner of his
brother Gilbert Waller. These aro not
by plaintiff or his wife, although
present when the alleged conversation took
mere is testimony wnicli is not disputed, oi
tbo plaintlu putting into tno respondent s
hands a sum of money, somo S350, and which
he has not accounted for, but tbero is no proof
tnat tnis was put into tbo nusmess as capital
with tho understanding that it was the plain-
tin s contribution towards tbo co-partnership.
The statement is mado (hat Gilbert Waller
said that when tho business increased to the
slaughtering of two bullocks a day it would
give one hide to the plaintiff and one hide to
mmBBii. j. luiQJt tuis is explained on tnc mea
that Gilbert then intended to irivo his brother
an equal share in tho business but which ho
never carried out.
Upon a careful review of all tho testimony
I have arrived at the conclusion that no
partnership is proven and therefore dismiss
8. B. Dole for plaintiff. E Preston for respondent.
Honolulu, Aug. ISth, 1682.
Supreme Court of tio Hawaiian Islands.
In Banco. -Oct. Term. 1882.
Judd, O. J.t ilcCuUy, and Austin, J. J.
Edwaiid G Walleb vs. Gilbeut Walleb.
By the Court.
After thoroughly . examining tho evidence
taken before tbo Chancellor in tbo abovo caso
and listening to tho argument of Counsel no
think his decision should be affirmed for the
reason stated is his opinion.
S. B. Dole for plaintiff. E. Preston for
Honolulu, Jor. 27tb, 18S2. .
Supremo Court of the) Hawaiian Islands
Kamoku et al. vs7 Kalaauaua.
JudJ, C.J., McCuBy and lusfm J.J. Opinion
of (lit Court by Austin J.
This is an action of ejectment. It comes
hero on motion for new trial by tho defendant
on the ground that the verdict was against tho
law and the evidence and upon exceptions to
rulings made by Justice Austin on the trial at
the July term.,
Tho plaintifffclainicd as daughter and sole
heir of UanalaKchan the patcntco of tbo land
To prove his thero was tbe evidence of tho
plaintiff and also of several other witnesses!
in the nature of pedigree form which we think
the jury wcro justified in finding as they did,
lb, the patentee and Ecakeakclani were hus
band and wifo tinder the ancient custom, and
prior to the law establishing Christian
.1 J u. Lit. 1 -1 J 1 ii
lfiadTdaUclitei. tho nlainliff. This finaa her
their Tho ymvl. wifo Jsjd
in the bill of excvqtionAf'and has but ono
When applied to relations existing beforo
the law above referred to, it means that the
parties to whom it refers consorted and lived
together as husband and wife do since that
law, and that they ore to bo considered in law
By reoucst the Court charred tho iurv that
a showing that the plaintiff was a daughter of
ue patcntco was not enougtt unless tne plaintiff
also showed that her parents lived together
as nusDina ana wile. And tne dclendant now
claims that there was no proof of that fact.
Wo think as we have said that the evidence
was ample to show that the parents wero hus
band and wiie, and that while such tho plaintiff,
their child, was born. If this bo so it
constitutes proof that they lived together as
husband and wife. They certainly did at the
time the plaintiff was born.
Upon tbis point the plaintiff swears in substance
that she lived with the patcntco and
her mother as their daughter on tho land in
dispute till she was ten years old, when her
mother died, and thereafter with bcr father
till his death in 1866. This strongly tends to
show a living together as husband and wife.
The jury wore right in finding it.
The evidence in tha nature of pedigree was
Seo Adams on ejectment vide. p. 283. Another
point is made. Tbe defendant excepts,
that even though the plaintiff showed herself
to be the legitimate daughter of the patentee,
she did not show that he died
Upon this point we cite Brand vs. Livermors
10 Johnson's Eeporti p. 658. In that case it
appeared that two of the plaintifis lessors in
ejectment had said that the ancestor under
whom they claimed as heirs had made a will
which they did not produce, and no proof of
wmen was maae at mo trial.
The Court say, "Though Henry Cuyier,
"the ancestor, may have made awiil it does
" sot follow that such will contained a devise
"of any part of his real estate, and
of the premises in question, vThe
"defendant was bound to show such a deviss
"affirmatively, if he would bar the title to the
"heirs. The Courts will never allow tho heir
" to be disinherited by naps conjecture,' fieo
also 2nd Greenleafs ev. ecc.309 ps. 97-6 see
331 p 307 Adamtr on ejectment vide pages S83
nad318, Tho plaintiff was required only to
Bake positive nnd cot negative proof, and slu
The defendant -farther claims that, as the
patentee left a widow lowborn hewaS
ally Bailed in Christian wedlock, and "under
whom tha defeedani 'claimed, therefore the
plaiatisr, born bafor? Christian marriage fas
established he by law, can Jiaye no rights
KahgitiaaUchild or the patentee. What
we have before said shows that we aro of opinion
that tbw casaot bo so.
The fact of legitimacy or illegitimacy is fixed I
at birth and caaaoi be cbanjred by any thing
tit eccsrs swbseanntlv. TAi ex&rrfkim "" art
W. B. Cattle for plaintiff, A. S, Xl.Tr.WeU for
Hod, KoTcfflberZi, 1882.
Eonta Glume On last Monday, thronsh a
rift of thaelouls,l bad a I are-well dinrpas of tie
ns born Comet. It b fleeting xrom'sighi Uks a
garery gossamer veil. If not pcrtarbed in its'
orbit It will retain and" be niiblo in about ten
months perhaps Jess. In every circuit which it
males' around the sun its oxbi twill be less ellipti.
cal, and its nucleus mors dense. It will be a
visitor every thirteen months spjraximately,
until it asRomes its place as a sew planet in out
solar sjatrrn, with a diameter probably not ex
cecdiasthd asteroid Ceres. I have waited sine
its first appearanc6"for some scientific reference ti
to its origin, its substance and its orbit None has
Thai$earanceof the comet was predicted in
Hilo somelO months tinea I was sittim? in company
with a WeridVieaaing the newspapers. There
was an account of an extraordinary disturbance
on the sun's surf ace, which appeared some time
previously. The one grand phenomena was a fiery
jet which shot out -of the son to the extent of
several hundred thousand miles. It exhibited
great velocity in its eruption and apparently disappeared
as rapidly. I read it over to my friend
with the remark, that we should see the jet again
in the form of a comet that it was so much incandescent
matter thrown from the sun, beyond
its repulsive force and within Its attraction that
the repulsive force would put it oa its elliptic orbit
and that when it reached ita aphelion it would
return with a velocity regulated 6y its magnitude
and the density of its matter. My friend agreed
with me and it was a matter of frequent discussion
From the probable magnitude of the matter
ejected, I reasoned that tbe orbit of the new
comet would but little exceed that of the earth
and that we might look for its return in a uttla
over IS months. When the solar eruption took
place, it was thrown in such a direction that it
was not noted till the appearance of the comet.
It bad passed from the unmediata attraction of
the sun on its elliptio flight, had passed its aphelion
and was approaching its perihelion when first
noticed. It had reached over a year of its growth
before it was baptised with "discovery."
The conclusion 1 arrived at as to the appearance
of the comet was based on very simple reason!
I indeed from the mass of matter that was thrown
off from the sun at the present age of that body,
that it could not be as great as that of the earth,
probably less than that of Mercury, and would
not in its flight reach much beyond the earth's
orbit, and that from the time of the great jet,
thrown off m a storm by tbe sun's
centrifugal force, allowing for the eccentricity of
its orbit, I calculated approximately the re-appearance
of the mass as a comet, and estimated it at
between 13 and 13 months from the time of its
ejection into space.
At the expiration of 12 months from (he time of
the great eruption and let from the sun, we began
to look for thV comet. Our cloudy atmosphere at
Hilo was not favorable, but on the rooming of tho
Ith of October we wero rewarded by a view of the
comet, and we both exclaimed "There It is!" Thero
is the new planet in the process of formation, in
toe same manner as all the other planets have been
formed by tho sun thrown off by centrifugal
force, and by violent agitation of the incandescent
matter of the sun; and in it we find a proof of the
nebular hypothesis. Spectrum analysis has shown
that tbo substance of tho comet's nucleus is the
samo as that of the sun. This is the only fact
that scientifio men have furnished us.
The mass of the comet when the nucleus was
seen at the height of its brilliancy exhibited an
incandescent oblong body of 23,000 by about 6,000
miles in extent. The revolution of that mass on
its axis will come with its orbitnlar motion, and
will eventually produos a spherical body. At each
return to its perihelion it will be further and further
from the sun, its orbit will become less elliptical
and in the evolution of ages, it will lake its place
aa a new planet, probably between Mercury and
the sun, the latest and probably the last bom of
tha sun's family of off-shoots.
Wo do not claim to be Chaldean Shepherds, but
the first great principles of Astronomical Science
wcro obtained by common sense observations.
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THE FINEST, RICHEST TS" TK3E CETJtH
Worth Sooiaajr. " I
At tne Ieaaing Millinery Stare
Delightful News to the In
dies of Honoliiiiu
tne 17"jaE.IOTJS 1ST,. A TSTX3l1
MRS. A. IT. MELL1S, who is admitted
to ho tho Leading Millinery and Dross
maker Modesto in tbe Kingdom, bcgtslcaTu
to say to her nnmerons Lady friends, tnat.
her Now Stock of Beautifnl Good recently
ordered, aro now beginning; to arrive,
which inclodo all tho Very Latest French
and American Fashions, in Ladies' and
Children's Hats, BonnnUr and Dress Pat.
terns, of rich and raro designs.
MBS. MELLIS strioily 'superintends all
work, and being always so thoroughly
HSUIULNCE T C0XPANY
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