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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It,, TIlUnSDAY, AUG. 27, 1903.
Adopted After Fight
Whitewash Report Is
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White Wash Chiffon, double width for making Square
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Tlio report of llio Committee are
lioliiteil to ItiventlRnto the Iaukoa-lmjl
matter wna finally submitted nt tlic
mectltiR of the Donnl of Siiierlsotn.
MthoiiRh It found llio Sheriff not guil
ty, ns wan predicted by llio Hull e
tin, It mused n llu-ly dlscitxtdon, lit
liiuiic nnd Incomiduto character wins
mom than the mora Intelligent mem
bers of tlio Hoard were nblo to swal
'.Mr. Kcalolia, nro ion ready with
your report on the police matter?"
asked lluxtnco as soon us the routine
builni'BH of the meting lined been com
pleted. Kenlohn passed the report to tlio
Clerk, who read It, ns follows:
Wo. your committee, duly appoint
ed to Investigate the alleged Bribery
In the Inukea-lKot Iwllel matter, do
submit our findings, ns follows:
'(I) our committee has mado n
thorough n ml careful Investigation of
tlio luiiken-Isol In lid matter, nnd Mud,
nfler much inquiry, that no bribery
lias been committed whereby a crim
inal charge could bo made against
Sheriff Iaukea, In accordance with the
testimony adduced In this matter.
"(2) In so far as Isol Is concerned.
your committee Is of tlio opinion that
ho (Isol) was very much In favor of
trnnsgicsslng the laws by attempting
to bribe Sheriff Iaukea, but Inasmuch
is llio Sheriff had mado no provision
for bis nrrest as a briber, thcrcfoiq
Isol escapnd tlio clutches of the law
mil from being chiugi'd with tlio se
rious offense of bribery.
"Therefore your committed finds
Sheriff Iaukea not guilty.
"A copy of the testimony taken In
this matter Is hereto attached ami
made n part of theso findings.
"J ,M. KKALOHA (Chairman),"
"JOS. J. KHUN.
"K. K. AIICIIKH,
"Is that all the report?" usked Hus
tace. "It Is," nnsweied Knlaiiokalant.
"Well. It seems to mo gentlemen,"
iald Iliistace, "that (his leport Is very,
ncomplete. I innvu that the rciort
if the committee be i ejected and that
he evidence gathered bo placed at the
llsposal of the Hoard that they may
jo Into It and judge for themselves."
"I can't see why there, Is any objec
tion to the report." said Harvey. "It
's submitted by the committee which
vas appointed by tlio Chair."
"Hut wo bavo a right to accept or
eject It," answered Ilustncp. "I feci
hat It does not glvo sufficient details."
Harvey lepentod bis statement, nnd
luitnco said Unit ho thought thu re
"There Is no second to the motion,"
They aro probably thinking It
over," suggested Hustnco.
'The motion cannot bo put, an
nounced Archer, "Tljero Is no second."
. "I will second mo motion," said
"Uefore this motion Is put, I would
like to have this evidence gluui to the
papers," said Hustnco. "It should Le
"I object," snld Harvey.
"Why does tlio Chair want to give
this matter to the newspapers?" nsked
"Hccauso this Is a more serious mat
ter than you people think," answered
llustnce. "And I do not think the re
port Is full enough. The report of the
Orand Jury has not been made public
and It is the right of the public to
know the facts.
Archer wanted the minutes read of
the meeting under which the commit
ted was appointed.
Harvey objected, nnd when Archer
started to nnswer, shut him up with
a rapid stream of Hawaiian.
Harvey then wanted to know why
the chair did not bavo suniclcnt con
fidence In his committee to trust to Its
Hustaco reiterated the fnct that ho
did not necessarily bine conllilencc
In tlio committee, thu rexrt of which
bo thought very unsatisfactory.
Cox objected to tlio rending of the.
minutes and Harvey snld that he had
never heard anything like It.
The minutes wero finally read, show
lug that tlio committee hnd been ap
pointed to investigate the Isol matter
nnd matters pertaining to It, and re
port Its findings.
Tho motion to reject the report was
put nnd lost, only Dwlght and Hustace
voting for It.
HiiRtace pointed out that while th.c
committee had reported on tlio case
Itself It had not reported on the mat
ters leading up to It. "I want to know
If there wns anything which led up to
this," he said. "If hu was encouraged
or why ho inudo this offer Tho people
also bavo a right to know "
Hustaco wanted tho committee re
port rend again.
"Can't do It," Bnld Hnrey.
Cox slated that the committee re
port should bu final. He thought It
Harvey said that tho rule was that
the chairman could not oerrulo the
leport of the committee.
Hustaco again put the question as to
whether tho report should bo accept
ed. It was accepted by the vote, of a!'
I the Supervisors except Dwlght and
TRENOR MAY DO
(Continued from Paje 1)
ippiovnl and I mil suro will meet with
he upprovul of the Hoard. As 1 and--rstand
It, jou wish .Mr. Trenor to
aku It up In a merely Incidental way
n connection with his office and to
jnvo a place thero In New York'
xhcro the material, which ou Have
nclosed, can bo shown and questions
mswercd. I will wrlto to Mr. Trenor
o this effect."
Tho matter for our map and guide
o the Island of Onhu Is now In the
muds of tlio printer anil will, I think,
irove to bo one of the most valuable
mbllcatlous the Committee has Issued,
i hopa to havu It finished early next
In order to complete tho series, Mr.
II. 13. Newton Is now nt work, during
Ih spare moments, on the maps of!
ho other Inlands.
Following Onhu, I will bo prepared
to submit tho matter for tho Hawaii
folder. One side of thu folder will bo
nken up with an nccurnto map of
(ho big island; on thu other side, In
addition to statistical and descriptive
natter, wo will have an excellent in up
if Kllnuen, showing ns well, location
if Volcano House, trails, roads, etc.
Tho Maul folder. In addition to tho
nap of (ho twin Islands, will also car
y a good map of Hnleukula, giving
Novations, trulls, etc.
Tho Kauai foblor will also bo com
plete. Tho inapt In every inslnnco
will bo mado to scale and will ho tlior
Highly up to dalo.
As soon as the Onhu folder Is out,
vo will send copies quite generally jo
hu other Islnuds, asking for Informn
Ion along Klmllar lines, to ho used in
ilie folders of Hawull, Maul ami Knunl,
which we will endeavor to make, as
omploto as posslblo,
I'eellug that tho possibilities of fish
ng ns a spoit should bo thoroughly
exploited, wo liuvo asked II. M. Ayros
o unbuilt to tho Committee, at an
jarly dato as may bo convenient, a
series of ten or twelve articles cov--ring
tho subjects qulto thoroughly
md hop" Hiat tho Committee may do
cldo to hnvo the matter printed in at
tractlvu pamphlet form, BiiHnbly Il
lustrated. I tun now In correspondence with
different parties in Colombo nnd Sing
apore, with lefcrenco to distributing
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our advertising matter on board nil
Hteamers calling at those ports and in
the event of our being able, to secure
lellnbto service at moderate cost, I
would recommend thu printing of a
two-page leaflet In Kngllsh, French
and German, to he used In those ports.
Such a leaflet will serve to urrost tlio
travelers' attention and should hu de
sire further Information about the It
lands, ho will then Know wliero to ob
The Hawaii fever still prevails In
Southern California. Tho Fall Cal
endar of the Library Auxiliary Club
of Goleta announces among other
events the-follow lug-
Sept. 0 "Brief Glimpses of Hawaii
an Islands," by Mrs. Smith; Sept. !)
"Domestic Service In Honolulu," by
Mrs. Martin; Sept. 23 "Hawaii nnd
Pineapple Industry," by Mrs. Culver:
Sept. 23 "Chinese and I'ortugueso In
tho Territory." by Mrs. l'lco; Oct. 14
Why Honolulu is Safe from harth-
quakes." by Mrs. Catlott; Oct. 14
"Molokal nnd Its Inhabitants," by Mrs.
Ilrown; Oct. 14 "Climate of Honolu
lu," by Mrs. 1'lcrson; Oct. 28 "The
Native Hawaiian," by Mrs. Buck: Qct.
28 "Kducntlon In Hawaiian Tcrrl-
toiy," by Mrs. Hiitchlns; Oct. 28
"Available Public Lands," by Mrs. Tin
ker; Nov. 11 "Onhu tho Center of Is
land Government." by Mrs. Zlut; Nov.
II "Tlio Army I'ont In Honolulu," by
Mrs. Warren; Nov. 11 "Pacific Fertil
izer and Oiinna," by Mrs. Sexton; Dec.
9 "Experiment Station und Products
of Hawull." by Mrs. Pettlngoll; Dec. !
"Volcanoes," by Mrs. Plorson; Dec.
9 "Water Supply at Honolulu," by
Mrs. Fast; Pan. 13 "Churches ami
Missionary Inlliiencu of Hawaii," by
Mrs. Worsloy; Jan. 13 "Honolulu
Charities mid Clubs," by Mrs. Hughes.
Wo hnvo written to tho president of
tho club, icqucstlug that copies of thu
different pupors bu sent to us Immed
iately following the different meet
ings. Respectfully, submitted,
II. P. WOOD.
Tonight ut thu Orplioiiin tlio I.um-
ley company "will present for tlio first
1 1 mo lu Honolulu l)ald UcIbkco's
ITrnnt nlftv "V.mn M Znz.V hflft hpnil
played In nil thu principal cities of the
worm, ami is a piay inai hub iuwhjb
uceil a grand hiiccess wiiuruver pre
kmitml Tlw, iinrl rif Knzii. thn stnr
role of Mrs. Iesll Carter, Florence
Hohorts and Kltio Shannon, will be In
tho Hands or hiss Virginia -mormon,
while Richard Huhler will play tho op
posite load, with tho uxcollcnt support
of tho full cast of thu Luinlcy com
pany. Tho management has gono to con
sldninhlo expense to put tho play on
Willi special Hcertery, electrical effects
and ovorythlng to mako the. perform
anco ono of the best yet presented
by tho I.umley Company, and ono
which oery lover of good plays should
"Zaza" will again bo presented Fri
day and Saturday uvciiIiiks, with a
Ford S. Roadster
THE FORD is the most popular Road
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tried it and found that it gives the
most service and the least trouble, and
that's generally enough for the autoist
NEW SHIPMENT IN COME AND SEE THEM
THEY'RE BETTER THAN EVER
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Mr. E. M. DOWNING, who has
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What it has done and can do, in the
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