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case, and I said to aer 1 Bare mt
come here for that parpose. I said I
came as a friend of her husband s and
cidn't wish to hear anytmng abo.U
the case; that I only came with one
object in view, and that was to recor.
cile her with her hnsband. I
every argument tor ine purpose ti
rottinir hpr to so back. She saw joe
did not think her hnsband wanted her
back, and I said "You are mistaken.
Mrs. Miner, he does want yon bac..
Mrs. Miner said: "He has not at
tempted to sec me." And I said It Is
because of the injunction of the
he Is afraid to talk to you, bat I am
sure 'as soon as he finds oat that ii
wife would .ike to hear from him he
will write. I labored with her aU the
time I was there. I lingered for the
purpose of getting her to consent 'o
something that would look towards
reconciliation, but I went away without
much hope. I do not remember
anything 6he told me about the case.
She says she told me about the incident
of leaving; I do not remember It.
ctin hnr! on a thin dress and sne
showed me her arm, that is all I remember.
Afterwards I went to Mrs.
Damon and did all I could to get her
to become reconciled, and I further
told Dr. Miner I would have nothing
to do with his case at that time, and
not until it was found that reconciliation
could not be effected did l agree
tn nrt for him. not until it seemeu
nothing could be done. It was through
my ctTorts that Dr. Miner wrote this
letter, and the only thing I said in th-:
nrcspnee of Mrs.Miner. and I say It
on my own responsibility as a human
tiolne to Cod Almighty, was to get ner
to rot urn to her husband and without
getting anything out of her in regard
to the case.
By the Court:
Q. You had not been employed by
the doctor? " '
Mr. Magoon: No. ,1 absolutely refused
to have anything to do with
the case at that time.
The Court's Findings.
nv th Court: The court thinks It is
always commendable In any citizen to
try and promote domestic peace and
happiness, and to prevent tlomesuc
discord and friction. An attorney who
.0es that occupies an enviable position.
He is to be commended for it
like any other citizen. But, having
once assumed that high position ne
can very well afford thereauer to deny
himsclf the emoluments which a retainer
in a particular case may bring
I am satisfied from the frank and
candid statements of Mrs. Miner,
which are exceedingly to her credit
that Mr. Magoon was not inspired 'jy
any improper motives in making this
visit, but. on the contrary, as stated oy
Mrs. Miner, his family and hers hal
for a long period of years, been ;m
terms of social intimacy, the defendant
having been Mr. Magoon's family
physician. Inspired by a high regara
for both parties, and moved by generous
nnd noble impulses, Mr. Magoon
sought to bring this unhappy couilo
together. While th s is true, I yet be
licve an attorney who essays to make
peace as between such a separated
cminlo nlaces himself in such a po
sitlon as to render it highly improper
for him to accept a retainer from
either of the parties thereafter. A
woman occupying the position this
plaintiff occupied at the. time of the
visit to her by Mr. Magoon emuar
rassed, unstrung, nervous, in a hotel
away from her home, and not knowing
what her fate would be was In a
position where her emotions might lie
easily aroused and played upon, and
In a position where she would gtvo
anyone whom she thought might
her champion her full and unre
If this matter had been brought to
the attention of the court at an earlier
stage of the proceedings not because
It feels (because It does not feel teat
I way) that Mr. Magoon acted Improper
ly, but because it will not premit the
administration of justice to be brought
1 Into disrepute by a system or course
of conduct on the part of attorneys
which is calculated to bring about
that pnd. the court would have felt
constrained to have asked Mr. Magoon
to retire from me case, and likewise
Mr. Thompson, who is his clerk. - I
feel fully satisfied that in this case
there has been no intentional wrong,
hut a mere impropriety at most, and
If such an order were now made grea:.
Injustice mightbe done to the defendant.
The court will drop the matt?r
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Continued from Thin! Pace.
Q. You said a moment ago it was
shortly after I came in?
A. If I said it I don't remember.
I don't remember when I said it.
Q. Bat daring the course of the conversation
yoa said yon ought not to
talk about the divorce, yoiradrait that?
A In the course of tne conversation
I said that.
Q. And didn't I say to yon at the
timo that statement -was made by yon.
I dW not come to hear anything about
the case and did not want to hear
anytMag about it, "I was a friend of
A- Yos, and a friend of mine, yon
aeld vom came as a friend.
Q. 'Didn't I say "I don't want to hear
anvtblng about yoor Ude of the case?"
A. You didn't say anything about
my sMe of the case.
Q. That I didn't want to boar
aboHt the case?
Q. I said that?
Q. That I dkln't want to bear anything
about the ca&c?
A. Yes, something to that effect.
Q. Yoar memory is good on other
iMnm. rw oaght to
A- You said something to mat ei
Q, And didn't I flay you had your
lawyer 'and thoy wodld advise yo.i
aiHl I didn't want to hear anything
Court Takes a Hand.
Uy the Court:
Q. What was It Mrs. Magoon said
when you met her on the street?
A. She shook hands with me and
said: "Mrs. Miner, you have-ray best
wishes for your success, and I hope
you will win your case." I said: "It
lsVathcr a burprise to hear you say
that. Your husband is my husband's
lawver." And she said: "I hope you
will win your case." I said: "You had
better not tell Mr. Magoon what you
have said to me." That was the con
vorsation that passed between Mrs.
Magoon and I. And I said to her: "I
felt very badly about Mr. Magoon
coming to me in the capacity of a
friend when he had already been en
gaged by my husband as his lawyer.'
And she said: "Mrs. Miner. I don't
think he was engaged." Then I met
Mr. Mngoon on the street and I cut
him dead. It was not because he was
my husband'K lawyer, for I spoke to
Mr. Ilrown and Mr. Thompson, but Mr
Magoon 1 cut simply because I consid
ured he had done a very mean thing
coming to me as a friend when en
gaged by my husband. If lie can prove
ho was not engaged I wnl change m
feelings toward him.
lly Mr. Magoon:
Q. Didn't you say you believed Ue
didn't wish you back?
A. 1 may have said it. I will not
Q. And didn't I tea you ho did want
A. Yes, 6lr.
Q. And didn't I say you would be
practically a widow nnd your dnughUn
would have no father, the father would
he here nnd you would have to go to
England with the child?
A. No. you didn't, say that. You
told me I would be iu the same po
Bltlon as Mrs. Cabby Brown, that sin.
got a dlorce nnd look now. what
blic Its. I said: "Well, she has her chil
droit." And you pointed out my po
sitlon would be similar to hers, and
said "Mr. Brown had married ngnin."
Q. Then the Vholo burden or tho
conversation was not on your going
Imck to the doctor?
A. That was a part of It.
Q. Was It not all of it?
A. Not quite all. It It had been
should not have cut you when I met
you on the street.
Q. So it was because you thought
was there to get Information to assist
Dr. Miner iu this case, that was the
reason you cut me?
A. Yes, sir.
By the Court:
Q. Were you a visitor at Mr. Ma-goon's
A. Yes, sir.
Q. And he had visited at your
A. Yes, sir.
Q. If you had known that Mr. Magoon
was to act at any time in the future
in nny capacity other than as
mutual friend would you have told
'hlm about the occurrence of Auguit
A. I do not think 1 should. I might
, havo said I left; I should not have
gone Into the details as I did.
should not have said to him or Answered
any questions about screaming;
but I remember I told some things and
then said uiere is a great deal more
I could tell. 1 will be fair to Mr.
and said I was on the point
going to get some notes I had male
and Mr. Magoon stopped me there.
Q. He stopped you?
A. Yob. And I was on the point
saying there is a great deal more than
I have tcld you, and he said: "Mrs.
Miner, 1 dont want to hear any of
Mr. SIHlman: If the court please.
would like to 6ee this incident dropped.
Ithinkr there has been sufficient
ahown to Justify me in the position
took and I do not wish to go Into th
aaotires of Mr. Mogoon In the natte.
I would rather give him the beaeit
the donbt and let the Incident drop.
t Mr. Magoon was taking a prominent
part la the cross-examination and
was brought out in that wayr I would
like to see the matter dropped as
as I am concerned.
Mr. Magoon Speaks.
Mr. Magoon: I do not wi6h to impeach
Mrs. Miner's statement and
am thankful to Mr. Silliman for
.good offices in this matter, but cer
talnly I wish to have a chance to
under oath that If I were to be struck
dead this moment I would have to deny
that I ever asked Mrs. Miner any
quesUons about this case. On the contrary,
I pHt her on her guard the very
irst thing. Mrs. Miner had told
her lawyer said not to talk about
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Two very desirable cottages on Miller
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THE PRICES UE RIGHT.
ONE PACING TEAM.
ONE PACING SINGLE DRIVER.
TEN HEAD HACK HORSES.
ONE FAMILY CARRIAGE TEAM.
The alMP an- all guaranteed sound.
.' title, young animals.
Also several and letter Roadsters.
TVn lots 50x100.
OnelotlOOxlOOonwhichis a house
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15,000 Hoase and lot oa Coltefa U
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15,000 House and lot oa Alexuder
13.300 House and lot on Vineyard St,
$3,600 House and lot oa You&s SL.
$6,500 House and lot on Yoaax St,
10 rooms. 30x140.
$200 House and lot at Kalihl. 77
$2,750 House and lot oa Alapai St;
$2,600 House and lot on Klnaa SU
$1,000 Large lot at Kalihl. 77x150.
$3,900 House and lot at Kalihl, 155x
$5,500 Business property on Fort St,
$6.000 Lodging house in center oi city.
$7,500 Investment at Kewalo; monthly
$4,200 Leasehold otf Beretania St; 2
large stores; 20 years to run.
$7,500 Large lot with buildinga on
Punchbowl St; brings in $93
$5,000 House and large lot on Queen
$1,400 Lot on Queen St, 50x100.
SS.500 Large lot with 6 cottages;
monthly income $125.
$1,250 Large lot at Kalihi, 105x103.
$6,500 Elegant residence, 225 ft front,
on Makiki St
$5,500 Residence on Punchbowl near
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$4,000 Leasehold on Beretania St; 39
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900 Leasehold with building on i
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Lots at Kunawai off Liliha and Judd
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Lots at Kewalo from $575 up, according
$4,000 Large warehouse at Kewalo;
$4.000 Leasehold of city front lot on
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A cottage on Peterson's lane, Palama.
Possession given on the 1st of October.
Three summer residences near city,
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Real Estate Agent, 0G Merchant St.
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few large choice lots with unequaled
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$25 per lot down, balance in monthly.
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