Norrie-Mcgrew decision, 1893.

Norrie and the Star.

On Saturday morning Judge Foster gave his ruling on the demurer interposed by the defendant in the Norrie-McGrew libel case. It was in favor of Norrie. Judge Hartwell immediately appealed to the Supreme Court. Later in the day A. P. Peterson, the attorney for the complainant, notified the court that the case would not be prosecuted so it has been dropped from the calendar.

(Hawaiian Gazette, 6/6/1893, p. 9)

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Hawaiian Gazette, Volume XXVIII, Number 23, Page 9. June 6, 1893.

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