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evening nuLLETiN, iionoi.umj. t. h TittmsiuY. auq. c, ioos.
NOW IN PROGRESS
Conduct of Sheriff
Will Be Investigated
Tliu I! on I'd of Supervisor)) linn taken
up the InuMnukcn matter, its wus ex-
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tlireo of tile County fathers, appoint
ed nl tliu meeting last evening, will
now delve Into the matter of notes,
billies, bullB, and prospective swell-,
lugs of tlio County coftem, or what
eer other nnnies the famous llflecii
Hundred lias been culled.
Chairman Ilustaco took tlio bull by
the horns, bringing the affair to the
attention of tlio llonul. Harvey and
Kern did what they could to sne
their Democratic brother from the
ignominy of an Investigation, but It
was in vnln.
lhistnce said that tlio Inulica mat
ter was attracting considerable at
tention, and for this reason ho felt
that It was his duty to bi hiR It up.
"That matter 1 feel comes under
the Hoard," ho said. "Tho County
Act provides for such Investigations;
It Is within tho power of tho Hoard.
I feel that wo should go Into tho mat
ter. Under the County Act wo can
Impeach, and I think that wc should
tnfco It up, and the best way, I think,
would bo to appoint a committee to
"It Is already taken un by tho At
torney General," said Hurvcy.
"Hut It Is up to tho County to In
vest tgato tho official acts of tho Sher
iff, not so much thoso of this Japan
ese," answered Hustneo. "If the
oheriff has dono wrong wo want to
Harvey nsked Deputy County At
torney Ml Ivor ton if the Hoard could
take up tho matter.
Mllvcrton answered that Uioro was
10 doubt but that the Hoard had the
,iovpr. As a matter of fuct. It was
the only body which could impeach.
Cox recommended passing tho mat
ter up lo tho County Attorney for In
Harvey thought this was n
idea. IIo did not sen that It was nee
ssary for the lloaid to tuko up tho
natter when there was no complaint.
Hustneo answered that no com
plaint was necessary. Ho felt that
ho public felt that tho Supervisors
wcro Ignoring tho matter, whilo It
vas, In fact. Its duty to Investigate.
Dwlght wanted' to refer the thing
to tho I'ollco Committee, but Harvey
Archer wanted to know what tho
trouble was. "Is it nowspnpor?" ho
iskcd. "Some newspaper call mo a
.'oo 1. but have they prove I am a
"Well, jnu don't want mo to ap
point n commltteo to look Into that,
'lo you?" asked Hustacc.
Archer wanted to proceed as was
dono In former eases, namely: to start
impeachment proceedings Immediate
ly, but Hustneo thought It would be
'letter to have a commltteo look Into
tho matter first.
Hurvcy again recommended having
tho County Attorney hnndlo tho mat
ter. Archer wus afraid that tlio findings
of tho committee might disagree with
thoto of tho Attorney General, where
upon Ilustaco unsweted that tho mat
ter was up to tho County and not to
tlio pollen authorities.
Hurvcy wus In favor of an investi
gation, but belioved that tlio ono con
dueled by tho Attornoy General
should bo sufficient.
Hustneo answered that no matter
what that result might be, tho Board
would have to tuko steps tho moment
a petition of twenty-flvo signatures
was submitted asking therefor.
Cox answered that no steps could
bo taken beforo such a petition was
presented, though Ilustaco thought
Haivcy ugnlu took up thtf fight for
his fellow-Democrat. Ho was afraid
that tho Hoard might get a result
which might bo different fiom that
found by tho Grand Jury.
Hustuco held that tho Hoard
should mako an Independent Investi
gation, mid jMllverton added that
thero was no doubt but that It was
within tho piovlneo of tho Hoard-to
tuko tho mutter up.
Dwlght again wanted tho I'ollco
Commltteo to tnko up tho burden, but
Cox did not fancy this, and Archer
suggested that Hustneo bo appointed
a special committee.
Hustneo said that tho question wus
not whether Isol hud tried to bribe
tho Sheriff, but rather to II ml out
what tho attitude of the Sheriff had
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been. He wnnted to go on record as
urging tho Hoard to do Its duty and
InNestlgulo tho conduct of Its officials.
Tlio Hoard should say Hint tho Slier-
lit wus guilty or not guilty. It wjs
its duty to do so. Hustneo did nut
sco why laukea had taken the matter
to tho Attorney General and not to
tho County authorities. The public
expected tho Hoard to do Its duty and
make n full investigation. It was not
a question of bribery which the
Boiuil should tnko up, but tho mut
ter of tho conduct of the County offi
cials. Kcaloha moved, with Archer's sec
ond, that a special commltteo of
three bo nppolntcd to lncstlgato the
matter. This wns passed unanimous
ly. Ilustaco appointed Kcaloha, Ar
cher, and Kern. ,
Torn wanted to withdraw In favor
of Hustacc, but llustace declined,
stating that ho hnd been regarded ns
ah enemy of tho Sheriff, although he
was by no means such, and It he.
should take part in the Investigation
ho would bo nccused of being after
the Sheriff's scalp.
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HAWAUAN BOY CROONED HONO-
LULU MELODIES CHRIS
TIAN AT LAST
, SAN KAKAEU Calif, July 2G.
Slcmscn and Dabner, the gnsplpo mur
dercis, who nro sentenced to hang
next Friday, todny pmfcvcil Chris
tianity, nnd were attended by tho
Uov. Father Walsh or S.in Itnfael
Pnrlnli. Thn iniiiderers h.ivn roiimlii-
B00'')ed unaffected by the advances of the
clergy, though for secrnl days their
ittitudo toward them has not been
po hostile, and todny they gave up tho
effort to withstand the Importunities
of tho teachers of Christianity, nnd
declared they believed In Its doctrines.
I'rlson guards assert that Dabner
Is tho most remarkable prisoner they
huvo had under their charge. Ho Is
In nil respects tho hardened criminal,
absolutely devoid of tho appreciation
of his coming death, or of nnythlng
that affects the ordinary mortal. Ho
seems to have no nerves.
Slcmscn shivers In tho shndow of
the gallows, lie realUes how close
death is, anil appears serious nnd.
Today Dubner's aged mother came
from Petnluma to erf her son. Her
greeting lo the doomed man was af
fecting, but D.ilmer passed off tho
visit with his usual stolidncss.
SAN HAI'AKU Calif.. July 27.
Louis Dabner and John Siemsen, sen
tenced to hang next Friday, arc de
veloping sonio peculiar characteris
tics under tho strain upon them.
Dabnor has nn Insatlnblo nppetlto for
chicken, while Slcmscn's memory goes
back to his childhood days and ho Is
constantly whistling old Honolulu
melodies that he heard crooned us a
Whilo the two aro partners In
erlino nnd sentenced to hang on the
samo day'and confined In colls separ
ated by but a thin thickness of metal,
thoy have not spoken to c'ach other
and apparently this nttitudo is to re
main to tho end.
Whilo unwilling to talk to each
other both cngago frcoly in conver
sation with their guards.
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