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Voi- 1.V No. 3650
l'KIOM fi (Jll.NTH
Jolts Devauchelle In
TIN HOON CASE
Tin- trial nf Tm llooii, the Chliiani!iiltliore had been niiRptcIotiM directed
wlm wns iburscil with eitiitiliiu In ugulnst tile orflcrr In llm lirlln.rv .-n
mnuectl'-., vllh n gambling gamut'"5 '""' l"-'t'" HJK!iiltil ami lunl diuwin
In which Special Otllccr Uugci.e IJen -
j. , , , ,
cTiell., In more or lew mixed tip, was
i.ally taken up n the I'oll.e Court
,..,,., .. -ws, .......;, uniriru
tliH defendant discharged ami at tho
same Iliac took occasion to comment
severely on ilia wuy In which the tni
had lit't'ii conducted.
lit' mi Id that the arrest and charge of
extortion iigJlnst Tin Iloon wan till
foolishness ami thai Liii should never
haD been charged with tho crime.
Devniichflle, he said, wus thu man
who kIidiiIiI have been arrested. Th
Cilllininail was slmiitv nitlne mi mi
Kflil for the spccltl nDliur, according
Iti the manner In which the court out any leps helng taken aBulut lilm,
IfUkl.ltlllllfllilll 111. . Ili... ...It '
JooUmI on the matlyr, anil nl the Kainu
time wan tryliiic to eel IiId frlemln out
When Shcrln Iiinkea was unkcil what
lie was coliiB to ilo In ri-Kiinl to lie
MUU'hellti he Hinted that eer hlnco
SENATE ACTS ON
SSlli I).iy Afternoon Sesulnn
The coiiKlduration of tho vetoes neat
In by tliu Coveinor the tluy before were
Ihe llrnt malteiH omddcred by the
Senate. The veto of House lllll 7,
providing for a liopl(ul in North Ko
halu, on the ground that the Terrltoiy
had no fund to care for thu IndlKeut,
wax taken nji Hint.
Hewitt moved to pass the bill ove
the veto. Carried by u uiinnluioiiH volo.
lllshop, Dowbett anil (Jandall ubseut.
The veto or Semite lllll 27, designat
ing the pay of laborera on roads, etc.,
at a minimum of $1.5U, was read.
Ilayheldeu moved u reconsideration
of the bill. Carried. Coelhu moved Us
passage over thu veto. The vote wuh
J to I sustaining the veto.
Alakekau moved to reconsider the
bill leicricd to In thu veto of Senato
lllll 62, apjuoprlattug $5000 for the
load In Kuu which was destroyed by
lavn. Curried. Ilo then moved to puns
the bill over the veto. Tho veto wni
sustained by eight ayes against six
lines, thu noes helm; us follows! I'noi.
ho, Dowsett, Gandell, Hayselden, Knud
sen and Knlnma.
Tho vote yf Senate 1)111 C, talslng the
pay of Jurors from $2 to $3, was tend.
Coclho moved to pass the hill over thti
veto. Tho vein was oveirlddeii by an
Senate 1)111 71', lelatlng to trusts, waa
(prnvl Oolticj orMer
. MADU IN NEW YORK
iMtkmitH'Mitfiti i oMiiliir irtfiMtt,
J "" , """ " ""' lnielit.
'When usked whether lie would proso-
cute ,evauchcllc .... tt criminal chant.
shl.rlfr ,., ml ,, WM mmjIe
( H,y ,,l Inesetlt. IIu ...I.I ,... ,,,
County Atlcnncv llllchl tnlle tin. mil
tcr up or possibly the Oraml Jury, hut
that a far us he wan concerned he
coulil inuke no lmsllhc statement ul
It In rumoreil that In tho lnvcBtl(;a
tlon which In being conducted by the
Uoanl of Supervisors, tho Devnuchelln
Inclilcnl has been mentioned. The fnit
that a Chinaman has been arrested ami
charged with extortion while u miIici'
olllccr has been allowed to go with
haB been cuninioiileil mi
Whether tho drninl Jury will tnko
the matter up or not Is uncertain but
It Is expected that ut the next meeting
of that body thero will bo mine action
Governor Cmti-r, through Scctclaiy
Atkinson, uotllled the legislature thin
(iiteriioou that he hud signed the fol
House lllll Gti, Act 33, amending Sec-
lion IDU2 or the Itcvlsed Uwi of Hu
vvall, relating to deputies of the High
Sheriff, npixjliitmenl. Dowers. ImhuI.
House Hill ci, Act 31, to amend Sec-
lion 2291 of the Uevlsed Ijiws of Hit-
wall Sheldon'n curfew bill.
The lloanl of Immigration held a
meeting jesterday. It arrived ut the
conclusion that under the new i-v,n.ii
law only Territorial funds can ho used
to assist Immigration, that for this
reatou homo measure mini tm m...
vlileil whereby uaiLof thu tux iccelpts
can bo npplled to Iniinlgrulloii, If thin
woili Is to ho curried on In tho rutin .
'.' tt if i.' it ; tt it it it it it it it it
referred to the .Miscellaneous Commit
tee. Oil motion by Chlllllicworth n rum.
mlttco was appointed to wait upon
1'ieslilent Ulshop, who was unite III
riio vlce-iiresldcnt nmiolnted Chimin?.
woriii, Kiiiiuseu, smith, Uowictt, Hay.
fccldeu mid Hewitt.
Smith reported for tho sneclnl rmm.
ty coinmllteo on the Jlu'nlclpal hill.
lecoiunicnilliig Its p.isMgp, subject,
however, to tlilrtv-eluht iii,-..j of
niiiemlmeiits. Itefened U thv Printing
you pay for your Spring
Suit tkat is of so niuoa im
portance to you. The main
trouble is potting one that
pleases you, oae that you
know is absolutely right as
to style and fit. These trou
bles disappear the moment
you put on tne of our suits.
You don't have to have
someone tell you it is be
coming and that it fits you
perfectly you Know it. No
matter what price a man
pays for a suit he is per
fectly satisfied if he gets his
THE KASH GO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8
III TAX FUNDS
McCarthy Proposes Plan
To Conform With
VETO OF IKQUESr BILL
SUSTAINED BY SENATE
The Appointments of Fence and
Grade Commissioners for Ho
nolulu Are Confirmed
29lh Day Korenoou Session.
Ilniue lllll is, lelutlug lto iiltai.li
Iiients; House lllll 81, lelatlng to pub-
litlltlollS of stlltelllHIltH nf I rlner.
ship; llo.ise lllll 51, uulhorlzlug a vet
diet for II lesser iinYns,, nmtur n flniti..i
of a greater olTciihe; llousu lllll lor,,
uniendliig section 233 lluvlsed Ijiwh;
House lllll 120, relutlng to leglntrntlon
of copartnerships; Senato Hill 32, lu
crenslnir the iniiilslinieni fnr tl .i...o
or intercourse with u fenmlo under 18
have been signed by the tlovernor.
vino IN TIMi:.
Tho Judlclurv to Ulmm wim ter..rr,.il
tho message of the Governor of this
dale, vetoing Senate lllll No. u to In
Millie Into ttie fuels mid icport as to
whether or not the mestage was re
ceived within thu leu days piescrlbed
by luw, would report us follows:
We 11 nil that .Senate Hill No. 1;. en.
titled "An Act to amend Section 17S3,
Chapter 118 of tho Revised Lawn of
Hawull relating lo Jurors and trial liy
Jury," was dellveied lo (lit Governor
.Match 13 at 10:0S 11. m., and thu mess
age vetoing th hill wiii delivered to
the Secretary of the Senate on Jlaieh
25 at 11:58 a. m.
M-'eunn ciof the Organic Ait pio
vldes "If any hill shall not bo returned
by tho Governor within ten ilnvu is,,-.j.
dujn excepted) after It shall have been
presented to htm, the same shall bu a
law In like manner us If lie had signed
It, unless the lA'gisluturo by their ad
journment prevents ItH icturn, In wlikli
ensu It shall not be a law."
In the present ias two Snnd.in In.
tervened- between thu delivery of the
hill to the Governor nud Its return by
llllil. therefoie we tlnd that the bill
was returned with the Goveriuir'H vein
within thu ten days icqulred by thu
The IMucutlou Committee renorted
on tho petition asking for 11 loom lo
be added to tho Alum I.0.1 school. It
stated that $1290 hud been Inserted In
tho department's estimates for this
purpose. Therefore, the petition wan
Dovvsctt gavo nollcu of 11 bill relut
lng to the appointment and removal of
school agents and teachers.
Hewitt Introduced a bill authorizing
thu iilauufuituru and distribution of
electric light and power 011 Maul. Uolli
passed flint leading.
Till' (.fllpl-llfl! U Inncfiiri. riiiiirtlntlti..
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O. II. Soieiibon. G. II. Cere and 11
Howland its grade and sidewalk com
missioners for Honolulu, wnu tnlen mi
Thu appointments were continued.
'lliuuovcrniim veto of House lllll
IS. lelutlmr to nironer'H imiiieKtu In.
cnuso It was loosely drawn, wan tuken
up. smith said tho Governor was
light In his objection. Coclho moved
to sustain the veto. This carried unan
imously. Senate lllll 73, providing for the ex-
Crvlce bv counties of thn timver nf rm.
Ineiit domain for ceituln public pur
poses; Senato mil 76, lelatlng to heed
less driving; House mil us, authoriz
ing tho uso of typewriting machines In
tho making of public tccords; and
House Dill 128, relutlng to livery stable
licenses; ull passed thlnL reading,
House Hill g, giving tho counties
tho district court Hues and costs, was
leforred lo tho special county louimll
tee. (Continued on Page 2)
r.cjnir'r nuec ... a. .1-1 .,,
v..w,w.. w,i..o iv miiiiiinu poinic,
at low rates. Leave your orders at
Sheriff laukea bcllevi' ih people
in glass nouses slmii III nut thiniv
stones und wan vety dlreit in making
this statement to a liiilleiln mull this
morning. Ilo was tulklnc ur tin, inn
JMised Investigation of his nlllte by the
committee selected by the Hoard of
supervisors. He wild:
"I suppose. If they wish, ilie Suoei.
Visors may pass u resolution of want
of lonlldcnto In me ami may also
decide to remove me from otllce. How
ever, I shall ntuy heie until decided
against by the highest tribunal In the
laud. I believe that I lum. timt
Ulllfll right to invcstlcnte Ihe tnenihen
or thu Hoard of SupervlMiis us llicy
have to Investigate inc.
'Speaking of ItlVl'StlcatlllL' tiipinhem
of the Hoard, what do you think of 11
Supervisors, who, within the lust
month has ataitcd a store In ulii.i, ,.v.
ery laborer working for the county In
nis uistrlct must trade. Now with no.
lions like this In the Hoard don't )ou
think; they hud better look iirtcr their
own nfTalis 11 little closet "
WANTED ON MAUI
2&th Da) Afternoon Session
On lecon veiling thin afternoon the
llousu was notliliil through u ioiii-
niiiiilcallou fiom becivluo Atkliisoti.
tliat the Governor had signed time
Tho House was Informed that the
Semitu hud passed the following bills:
House lllll 78. Icglilniatlzlnir chlldini
ill certain cases.
llousu Hill 12S. relative In llveiv
etublen, passed with iiniendmunls. Thu
llousu couctitied In thu amendments.
House, Hill ll authorizing the tpo
writing machine In making public ice.-
House Dill IS. icIatliiL' to coioncr'4
Gomes lutiodiiccd 11 bill authorizing
und piovliliiig for thu manufacture,
maintenance, distribution mid supply
uf electric light and jsiwer within tho
Dlntilct or Wallukii and elsewhere on
thu Inland or .Maul. 1'ansed Hut lead
ing. The House wan Informed that lb
Senato had lulled to concur in thu
amendment made bv tho House to Sen
ato lllll 1C, providing for witness fc-'b
in triiuinul cases, and Senate lllll )!,
and had iiuiioluted Seiiatiiru Smith.
Chilllugvvortli and Hayselden a confer
ence committee. A eouferencii commit
tee of the Hutiso was appointed to meet
wnu me senate committee.
Tho Automobile Club will hold Its
annual meeting tonight. Olllcern will
bu elected for thu ensuing year.
The Bridge of Sighs
When the average salaried man
meets with an accident and the fam
ily income stops short, debts are con
tracted, etc., making- the journey
lack to independence long and bit
ter sometimes unending. Fortifica
tion against this is a policy in the
Standard Life and Accident Insur
ance Co. The cost is little and the
returns aie large.
Fori St. HinoJulh
"i1sliil i .,. .uttsrmd MjhtM- rgafafasivlLat.,. 1 slllHi,tg
Sheldon Wants Supreme
LIVELY DISCUSSION ON
HOTELS AND BAGGAGE
Representative Tali Docs Not Want
To Pass American Laws Here
"Until We Become
20th l).i) roiciiooil Session
The House this morning hud on
the e.ileiiilai rout vetoes of tho (Jov
trnoi upon which to act.
The Hist one to como up for 1011
rlderutloii Wan Message II, lu which
the Governor vetoed Kaiilho's North
Koluila hospital measure.
Kiiiilho promptly moved to over
ride tho veto. The House had ill
lead) carefully considered tho hill
mice, ho said. It wuh Intended to
benefit the poor and Indigent of North
Koliiiln. llosplinlB have been estab
Hshcd In Kniinl und Maul and I there
tiro brought 11 menstiin to i.tiiliiuii
one In North Kohuhi. ir the Govern-
liieul en 11 establish ami nuilntiiln luw.
pltiilu In other Islunds, 1 don't sen
wuy 11 shouldn't do so In Kohuln
"So rnr us tho Governor's conten
tion that tin, hospital would ho a
poor-house Is tonieriicd. It lu not tho
ilcli who need such help, but tlto
poor I nsli you nil to support the
No one elso nonpareil In uvml in
say anything on thu subject, und the
motion to override thu veto was tint
to vole and carried by 11 vote of 21
to 2. ItuvviliiB mid Castro were tin,
only ones who voted to sustain tho
.Messages 12, If! and II. vetnlnir
threo Senate hills, were deferred un
til tomorrow nn motion of Hire. In
order thill tho Senate tnlirlit have im
portunity to puss on the vutoes first.
Klllelopu was a stronc: onnnnpnt
of Sonao Hill 22, providing for tho
llltnlalintiint nt tiurennii .i.l.. .. .1
j. ........, it. r vniiio n III t.llt liunil
or Injure growing trees on Govern
ment or tulvatu inns. Ho said such
a law would operate to tho disadvan
tage or the poor llawniians, which
heictofore havo been nl lowed in en
on the kouohlkl lanUs to get food
further than that, lie salil. thn
law would keep tho poor from going
on private or public lands to get mill
lo and other flowers, ferns, etc. As
tho law stands at present, they can
go on public lands for tills ptirpoje.
"This measure," said Kulelopii,
should be i-arefnllv I'linslilereil. fni
It would seem to opera to only In fa
vor of the rich unci iiciiiust the muir.
The man who Intioduced thin meas
ure. Senator Movvsett, owns tho
vvholo of Wiiinnae. Thn nieinlieis
can neo that It Is only rich men who
would Introduce hiipIi 11 law. Ho mov
ed thu bill bo Indefinitely postponed.
TO l'HOTKCT TI1K KOI MISTS
Itawllns did not agrco with Kalol
opu us to the effect or tho bill. It
does not, ho said, prohibit pel sous
(Continued on Poe 2.) '
I,, i: I'lnkhiim has tunned
lleniy K. Cooper, C A. Hiovvn,
V. W North and W. A. Wall
! ni tho members or the commit- !
teo to act with him In forward-
liii; the plan to reclaim tho
swamps of Wiilklkl. Thin com-
mlttco will present 11 srlipmo for
Icslslatlvo action that shall 4
help tho cause along,
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co.,
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GREAT NORTHERN LINER DAKOTA
The disinter in tbo limr Tlal-ntn ntr ti. .... . t
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complete, ns is shown by the photoRrauh stnt to the Bulletin by George
....... tm. iMiuiummm i eviuenuy
WASHINGTON. 1). n. Mnreli Ofl
IMS nUnOlIltCCS for the Imtnlirmtinn
,, . .'',,, '"""""'" iuiucu iui umicr iiic
new immigration law. The work will be to make n thorough invcstiira-
..v.. u. .,m,Kiuiiuii UUIIU1UUII3. iuc uicinucrs are ur. Weill, commission
er of Labor, Prof. Jcnks of Cornell. W. R. Wheeler, n business man of
Oakland, Cal., Senntors Lodge, Dillingham nnd Latimer, and Reptesent
atlves Howell. Bennett and Burnett. D.-. Neill is the offlcial who iiiude
an extensive investigation of conditions in Hawiii.
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SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. March 2G.
The trial of Abe Ruef has been post
poned for another week.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. March 25.
BEETS: 88 analvsis. Ds. 3d. Pnritv.
3,03 cents. Previous quotation. 9s.
At a meeting of committees teprc
scntlng the Henlanl mid Myrtle lloat
Clubs held Inst night. It wan decided to
discontinue (ho annual shell rates be
tween the two clubs which have taken
plain ut Pearl Harbor eveiy i'uurtli nt
July for Ihe past U jears. The race
has always been very expensive ami
kept tho two clubs In poor financial
condition on account or the JI00O ex
pense wilch wan Inc-uried every year
The annual luce In barges In the har
bor on Hcgaltu day will not bu Intel
Judge Lindsay thin moinliig ap-
tinllltpil thn ttlullf.ll '!', ut fn r 1.1
n miliary administrator of the estate I
of Chas. A. Gait.
105 J Fort Street
a snap-sttot taKen nt close Quarters.
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rnmmioinn ....,.'.l..l t .....1- .!.
NEW YORK, N. Y March 2G.
Justice Fitzgerald has appointed a
lunacv commission tn unci ,, thn .'..-
sanity of Harry Thaw.
4000 IN OPEN REVOLT
BUCHAREST, Roumania, March
20. Four thousand peasants are
inarching on Bucharest.
G000 TO 00 ON STRIKE
SAN FRANCISCO. Cnl . MrM, or.
The ironworkers will go on strike on
juay uay, xor an eight-hour day.
xneie are tuuo workers involved.
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