Edward Bulger, arrested on Friday evening, was sentenced to the same terms as Billy Mulligan on Sunday, June 1st. On that same day Charles Duane was taken into custody and convicted the following Tuesday of repeated assaults, often with a deadly weapon, and interference in elections, and sentenced to leave the state with a penalty of death should he return. On Monday nine more men were ordered to leave California.
On the same day notice was sent to John Cooney over the signature of 33 Secretary that the eye of the committee was on him and it would be advisable for him to reform his ways. There is little doubt that Cooney immediately made healthy changes in his activities and no more action by the committee was required. A few days later, on Thursday, June 5th, after much deliberation with shipping masters, the first deportations were made. Martin Gallagher, Billy Carr, and Edward Bulger were sent to the Hawaiian Islands on the bark Yankee while Billy Mulligan, Wooley Kearney, and Charles Duane went on a Pacific Mail steamer to Panama.