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VOL.VI. No. v822
HONOLULU rKHKITOKI OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. KKBRUAKY 21. 1907
Pitian 5 (Junta
HAWAII ASKS CONGRESSMEN TO
Police Officer Charged
From Chinese. Gamblers
With Accepting Bribes
EUGENE DEYAUCHELLE SUSPENDED BY IAUKEA
Kugonu Devauchellu, 11 special of
ficer In tliu police department, has
been suspended from IiIk dutlespend
lue an Investigation of most serious
charges iiKnlnat him In the perform-1 each of the gumblcis mill left, taking
mice of IiIh duties. IJevnuchellu In. thu sumo cur Into town with the nltl
charged with taklnK n hrlliu of 16't'er, There wero no arrests mucin.
from ChlneKo gamblers through a go-
hetween, one Tin lloon, who
charged on tho Police Court docket
with extortion In the name matter,
.mid with neglecting to arrcHt Chi
nese whom he had caught In thu net
of gninlilliiK at thu Kalllil Hlaughter
house, oh tho result of thu In Mm ho
When (mentioned about the mat
ter this morning Sheriff Juukeu wild:
"I have suspended Olllcer Dovau
chelle pending tlio result of IiivchII
gntlmiH which are now being con
ducted by Chief of Detectives A. 1'.
Taylor, and will seo that the mutter
Im looked Into In the most careful
manner. Charges hnvo already been
preferred In .the Tolliu Court uguliiHt
Tin I loon mid they will ulno be press
ed. For thu details of the matter t
must refer you to Mr. Taylor."
.When, asked for h statement on
the cuse, Taylor suid:
"The case was reported to us by a
Chinese with tho following story,
which has bean carefully Investigat
ed and will bo brought out In Tin
1 loon's trial, which will tako place
next Wednesday, and on the result
.of which the action In tho Uoviiu
cliello matter will depond largely. A
gambling game was going on at tho
Kluughter house, according to thu
fctory, and Devaucholle appearod and
placed atl the gamblers, five Chinese,
under arrest, at the same time seiz
ing tho evidence necessary In tho
form of dominoes and money, tie
vaucliela than, according to tho Chi
namen, asked for cush ball, which
There it a risk about keeping
valuable papen in the house
that it not fully realized until
there ii a Are or a burglar on
the premises. We are willing to
take the risk for four dollars a
year and guarantee security.
The Heiry Waterhoise
Trust Company, Ltd.
fwtr(7otoi fbr. Vcit
MADE IN NKW YORK
thu Clilnatnen unlit they wcro loo
poor to kIvo. Tin lloon wiib then
tent for mid when ho arrived he took
tip ii collection of tl up I ecu from
nor was them any report of thu mat-
ter made to tho police stutlun, either
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i-iiiiiuj ill ill wiiuni;.
"The Chliinmnu who niado tho
complaint states that lie went In on
tho snmu cnrwlth Tin lloon und l)o
vnuchulle, though he got on thu tai
nt a diffeieut point, and also says
that he saw Tin lloon give thn money
which hu had collected from thi
gamblers to thu olllcor. Ho made u
complaint to mo mid I spent three
days in Investigating the mutter
with the result that Tin lloon was
arrested on u charge of extortion,
"Devauchelle wus suspended c
tcrday morning though' ho hue not
been given ofTklal notice of thn fact
on account of his being at Wall lawn,
where ho went for tho encampment
of the National Cluard. The mutter
will be probed to thn very bottom
und will .bo given the greatest
amount of attention possible, 'as we
caunot have any officer in the depart
ment who will tako bribes. It may
turn out that Devauchello Is Inno
cent, In which case ho will be exon
erated. STACKABLE SECURES
CHARTER OF KUMER1C
The Hoard of Immigration has
received u cablegram from K. It.
f Stackablo stating that ho had se- -t-
cured un optional charter of tho 4
f steamship Kiuucrlc, which Is to -f
bring laborers from Hpnlu, Mu- 4
dolru and tho Azores, starting be-
f tween April 1 and 15. .
The Kumcrlc Is owned by A, -t
WIer & Co.. of alusgow, tho sumo
4- company which owns the Huverlc,
which brought the first lot of -f
f Portuguese bore some mouths
-f ago. She Is a screw steamer -f
of C300 tons, built !y Ilussel & 4
4- Co. of aiasgow In 1900, so she is
practically brand new. Shu Is
f provided with n shelter deck. Her
4- length Is 4C0 feel, beam cr,, and 4
4 depth 29 feet 4
that drest plays In
a man'a career. ' Ar-
rayed In an Ill-fitting suit of
'poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
jf the highest type, and a g
nliit In ability. But the world
will misjudge him. '"
THE KASH CO,.
TEL. MAIN 25.
COn. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8. '
A. n n V n M. , h. n, k
THE FLORAL PARADE
X II KAMA Jl. n A. K
The Floral Parade forms at
the Capitol grounds at 9 o'clock
The start will be made at 10
o'clock and reach the Baseball
grounds at 11 a. m. '
The Parade will proceed
along King street to Bishop, to "
Hotel, to Richards, to Bereta-
nla, to Miller, to Queen's Hoi- "
vital, mauka entrance, through
Hospital grounds to Punchbowl, "
to King, to McCully, to Bere- "
tania, to Baseball grounds. The
automobiles, at the corner of X
Punchbowl and Beretania, will
proceed out Beretania street to 't
Kapiolani, to King',' to Thomas x
Square, to McCully, to Bere- x
tania, to the Baseball grounds.
The attorneys for tli (iovernment
succeeded In obtaining valuable tend
luony (nun C. I. Morse, Hie local ugent
of, the Amcrlcau-llawalluu S. S. Co., in
the suit ngulnst thu ''Lumber Trust"
this inorulng. He testified In response
to uuestlons that, u into of 111 tier
thousand wus charged on all shipments'
of under 160,000 feet, but that on ship
ments over this amount a 17 rate win
Ho also tesMlkil that outsldo of tho
Il.ildwln Interests no one, except the
thrco firms now on trial had shipped
over 150.000 feet at once. When nikcd
why there u to different a rate for
the larao und smull shipments Mem'
ttatcd thut even If thciu weio enough
Miiall Khlpmcnts to make uji thu samu
number of feet that thero would bo In
one largu shljuuent it would tal.'j up
more mom 111 the shin.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Feb. 20.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 11 l-4d.
Parity, 3.87 cents. Previous quota
tion, 8s. 10 l-2d.
The Iloaril of Health will meet at
3 o'clock this afternoon. Among thu
matters to bu considered will be that
of the Jupanese physicians, and that
of the confinement of Jupuneso leper
tuspects at tho receiving station at
Kalllil. Sq many escapes of these
pcoplo have taken place recently that
President Plnkhum Is, In favor of
adopting strenuous measures to pie
vent their recurienco. '
At about 3 o'clock this afternoon tho
lire department responded to a cull
trum thu railroad whurt. A spurn
from the donkey engine of thu Itulluu
hhlp Stella flat Mare bud Ignited a Mick
of nitrates, but before the engines ar
rived the (lie had been extinguished.
The Mctitipolllnu Meat Co. will closu
tomorrow' morning ut it o'clock.
that fires and robbers work at any
time in any place. And that unless
your valuables are safely laid away
in one of our deposit boxes they are
constantly liable to destruction or
theft. Fifty cents a month protects
Port St. Honolulu
Both Houses Favor
Joint Committee Plan
Finds BUt Small
Thu Keimte sturlei In Its second day
with the Willie bind less-like brlsknes
which chnratterlzrd Its wmkIoii jester
lay, if It keeps i i thu samu gull,
there should be no (Vuiihltf In finishing
all work without nnj necrsslty for an
uxtru session. Tho Niiimnii clam mat
ter was broiiRlit up tin the House clm
enrreut resolullou lo apidnt. h Joint
comiiiltfee of six from each bdtse, but
the special committee feature did not
please thu Senate, 'which will prob
ably refer thn muttsr to tint ITxpeudl-
ture Committee. The rest of thu worn
wus done with hut ery little discus
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F isco Japanese
Ask Emperor's Aid
(AiiocMitl l'rttn Hjicilnl Cable)
T0KI0, Japan, Feb. 21. A written interpellation regarding the San
Francisco schools. has been presented to the Government. The Japanese
of San Francisco have asked the aid of the Emperor in dealing with their
CHICAGO, 111., W 21. Webster
Gearin was shot and killed today.
Flora McDonald, the wife of the mil
lionaire politician, has been arrested
and accused of the crime.
Fins Job Prlntlna at tha Bulletin.
New and Nobby Line
J. HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDF.R YOUNQ BUILDINO,
Hi 111 III
Committee Appointed To
The Home Itulo contingent of tho
IIoiimi this morning distinguished It
sell by trjlng to buck the concurrent;
resolullou providing ror the pigment
of tho expenses of the Congressional
lurty, which tho Delegate Intc." to
sturt for Hawaii., Tho attempt was,
however, abortive, und failed Igno
mlnliiusly when w ballot wus taken.
The JIousu ulso.got ready for action
on the Lamil ilc.il, upjHjIiitiiiK u com
mltteu to Intestlgatu thu matter.
The House convened at exactly V
o'clock this morning. A communica
tion from the Superintendent of Pub
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Lost At Sea
tAtfnolnttil rrtii Social Cable)
ROTTERDAM. Feb. 21. The
steamer Berlin struck a jetty hook off
Holland and was sunk. One hundred
and fortv-one nersons were lost, in
eluding 35 members of the German
Planters Brine More
Another shipment of l'lllpluo la
borers Is on Its way to Hawaii and Is
expected to nrrlvo here Keb. HC. Tho
coiiHlKiiment Includes IK men mid
three or four women. Thu action of
thu Planters' Association 111 tsendlliK
for this second batch Is In pursuance
of n plan it has decided on to con
tinue to bring Filipinos here, us they
hiie proven themselves to bo n suc
Mnuuger Wait of Olna plantation,
where the first bunch of llfleen was
ret to work, reported some tlmu ago
that the Klllplnos weie doing well
und seamed to be content with thu
conditions. He laid special stress on
thu fact that the Jiipaucm) hud tried
lo exercise a bad lulluencu oer thu
new-comers, but said that they were
standing up well against It. Ho rec
ommended thut moro Klllplnos h?
sent Tor and that they be placed on
Olnn also, In order thut the Klllplno
colony might by Its Increased num
ber be better aide to ward oft thu
bad Influences which wero being
brought to bear on them by thu Jap
As. a consequence, un order was
sent for more Klll.ilnos to Ueorgu .1.
Wagner, a former Honolulu man,
who is now in tho Philippines, und
who was left by A. K. Judd as tho
representative lu Manila of tho
Planters' Association. Wagner, ac
cordingly, sent on tho consignment,
which Is due here on thu 'JiHh. How
eer, hu had considerable dltllculty
In securing them. Ho writes thut at
the time thu rlco harvest was just
being concln '.ed. It had been a good
one; every c'lllpluo had enough to
occupy hit lime uud mlnif, und
enough to cut for some tlnio.to come
Fiestas wore being propureomnd the
uvciuge l'lllpluo was not thinking of
bettering his condition, being Hhor-
oughly content with tho present.
It hud for this reason been no easy
task to get laborers. Another ob
stacle was the fact that tho women
were not willing to emigrate, being
uncertain ns to whether Hawaii
would bu a good place for respectable
Klllplno ladles. Tho people wopj
waiting for reports to reach them
f i om the members of thu first ship
ment regarding conditions In Hawaii
Should these bo satisfactory, tho
work of securing laborers would un
doubtedly bo helped gruntly. Tho
Klllplnos, especially tho women
placed great confidence In what Sim
pliclo, an elderly Klllplno who caino
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed eon
tainara to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
W E L LB-
DUE NEXT TUESDAY
hero with the first consignment, had.
to sny about It Should ho say that
Hawaii was all right there would bo
no dlfllcult) lu Inducing the women
to in company their husbands, und lu
this manner the chief ulmlucle, name
ly, the splitting up of fuuilllus,
Would bu relumed.
Slmpllclo was accordingly sent
back to the Philippines, where, 'he,
will assist In the work of lecrultlni;
laboiers, He had at thu time, he le
turned been In Hawaii about six
weeks. Hu was highly s.itlsllvd with
tor) thing, und will undoubtedly b'o
u valuable assistant lutho, woilt.
When bu left lie look with him, it
great collection of odds and ends,
hatchets, KiiImm, etc., with which to
dazzle the eves of bin fellow couu
trymcu. Mrs. Thaw
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb,
Evelyn Thaw was today
tell of her continued inti
oianioni wnitc, wiiom neri
On account of thu nature
tlmimy being Introduced lilio tho.ThaviWC1
trlul. pollcu captain Hlckelis hasyeiijft.
orders that no women bit (illowedsin. i w
the courtroom except those ns are'
summoned ns witnesses uud that thcx.
shall leave thu courtroom us soon us
tho attorneys shall have Mulshed .with "
District Attorney Jerome has been
holding many Interviews with chorus
gliH who knew' Evelyn Xcsblt Intli
mutely and from thu Information su
obtained hu has framed many of lilS
cross-uxiuuluutlon iiuestUius out-' td
young Mm. Thaw. It Is raid In ho
Jerome's delru to uscertulu whvlhir
Stanford White was thu llrst man with
whom i:clyn Nesblt was on iiitlmaio
r rine Job Printing at the Bui-
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