Kiliwehi asks for divorce from William Hoapili Kaauwai, 1872.

NA OLELO HOOLAHA.

BEFORE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Second Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. Maui, S. S. Adjoined June Term A. D. 1872. Thursday the twelfth day  of September, A. D. 1872. MARY ANN KILIWEHI KAAUWAI, Libellant for Divorce, vs. WILLIAM HOAPILI KAAUWAI.

In the above entitled libel for Divorce, it is now ordered that a decree of divorce from the bond of matrimony be entered in favor of the said Mary Ann Kiliwehi Kaauwai of the cause of the habitual intemperance and cruelty of the said William Hoapili Kaauwai to be made absolute after the expiration of six months from  the date of this decree upon compliance with the terms thereof unless sufficient cause shall appear to the contrary.

And the libellant is ordered to publish an attested copy of this order in the Government Gazette and Ke Au Okoa for six successive weeks; the first publication to be within one month from the date of this order that all persons interested may within six months show cause why said decree should not be made absolute by the Court.

HENRY DICKENSON, Jr.
[Seal.] Clerk Circuit Court, 2nd Judicial Circuit.

I hereby certify that the above is a true and correct copy of the order filed in the 2nd Judicial Circuit Court in the cause of Mary Ann Kiliwehi Kaauwai, vs. William Hoapili Kaauwai.

Henry Dickenson, Jr.
Clerk Circuit Court 2nd Judicial Circuit.

Ua hoopukaia malalo iho ka unuhi’na ma ka olelo Hawaii, o ka olelo kauoha maluna ae.

EDWARD PRESTON,
Loii no ka aoao hoopii.

[Below is published the translation in Hawaiian of the decree above.

EDWARD PRESTON,
Lawyer for the libellant.

IMUA O KA AHA KAAPUNI O KA APANA Hookolokolo Elua o ko Hawaii Pae Aina, Maui, ss. Hoopaneeia mai ke Kau o Iune M. H. 1872, Poaha, la umikumamalua o Sepatemaba, M. H. 1872. Mary Ann Kiliwehi Kaauwai, Mea Hoopii no ke Oki Mare, kue ia William Hoapili Kaauwai.

Ma ka palapala hoopii i oleloia maluna ae no ke Oki Mare, ano, ua kauohaia, o ka olelo hooholo e oki ana mai ka berita mare aku e hookomoia ma ka moolelo o ka Aha mamuli o ka aoao o Mary Ann Kiliwehi Kaauwai i oleloia, no ke kumu, he ona mau a me ka hoomainoino mau o William Hoapili Kaauwai i oleloia, a e lilo i mea paa mahope iho o ka pau ana o na malama eono mai ka la aku e hoopukaia ai keia olelo hooholo, ke hanaia e like me na olelo maloko nei, ke ole nae e ikeia ke kumu kupono e hooleia ai.

A ua kauohaia ka mea hoopii e hoolaha i ke kope i hooiaio ia o keia olelo kauoha ma na nupepa Aupuni “Gazette” a me “Ke Au Okoa,” no na malama eono; a o ka hoolaha mua ana, maloko no ia o ka malama hookahi mai ka la e puka ai keia olelo kauoha, a o na mea a pau, ke pili, maloko o na malama eono e e hoike mai ai lakou i ke kumu e hooko ole ia ai ua olelo hoohalo [hooholo] nei a lilo i mea paa e ka Aha.

HENRY DICKENSON, Jr.
[Kakauinoaia] Kakauolelo o ka Aha Kaapuni Apana Hookolokolo Elua.

Ma keia ke hooiaio nei au, o keia maluna ae ke kope pololei oiaio i waihoia mai i ka Aha Kaapuni Apana Hookolokolo Elua, ma ka hihia o Mary Ann Kiliwehi Kaauwai, kue ia William Hoapili Kaauwai.

HENRY DICKENSON, Jr.
Kakauolelo o ka Aha Kaapuni Apana Hookolokolo Elua.

(Au Okoa, 10/24/1872, p. 3)

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Ke Au Okoa, Buke VIII, Helu 28, Aoao 3. Okatoba 24, 1872.

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