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Owing to tho scarcity of water, tlio
houri for irrigation will be limited to
4 hours per dny, from C to 8 n. in., unil
rrom4 to 0 p. m., until further nollee.g
OHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt Water Works.
Approved: CnAH. T. Qoiick,
Minister of Interior.
January 80, 1885. 2 tf
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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Eschango on tlio
ISivnlc oi Calilbrnin, S.
And their agents In
HEW YORK, BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 31. Rothschild A; Son, London.
The Comtnerclul Bunk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealaud: Auckland,
Chrlstehurch, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vie.
tnrla, B. C. and Poitland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Hitpinnss.
I'loJgoJ to neither Sect tor Fatty.
Bat established for tho benefit of nil.
FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1885.
THIS EVENIND'S DOINGS.
' Roller Coaster, 7.
Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7:150.
Morning Star Lodge, K of J. 7 :J)0
Polynesia Encampment, 7:30.
E. P. Adams will sell at 10, at
residence of F. E. Carpenter, houso
E. P. Adams will sell at 1, at
Salesroom, valunblo lands.
A COLONIZATION ASSOCIATION.
Following up our remarks upon
" Homesteads" in yesterday's issue,
wc would recommend that some or
ganization be formed to promote the
settlement of the country with an in
dustrious peasantry. The example
of the State of California is one that
might be utilized to great advantage
in this country. Anyono arriving in
Oakland by the overland route is at
once made acquainted with the fact
that an intelligent and patriotic sys
tem of land settlement is in vogue in
the State. Uniformed officials of an
immigration organization meet the
trains at outlying stations, and by
the time the Bay is reached they
have ascertained the occupations of
all immigrants, found out those who
arc desirous or willing lo engage in
agriculture in the State, and dis
tributed printed information regard
ing the advantages of the country
and the lands available for settle
ment. Agents of the same organiza
tion or bureau we are not certain
whether it is under State control or
not go upon expeditions to the
older communities cast, propagating
similar information, that bears, fruit
in large colonies of the. best class of
farmers coinc: to California. The
result of this organized and intelli
gent effort is shown in the monthly
announcement of accessions of thou
sands to the productive population
of tho State.
Hitherto the Government of this
country has borne the responsibility,
and a largo part of the expense, of
providing immigration for laboring
purposes. It is now, we submit,
high time that a policy was inaugu
rated for inducing a flow of immi
gration to inhabit tho waste places
of the country. Mu'oh of the ex
pense of immigration for labor has
proved in the end a waste. The
dominant idea of the planters seems
to havo been to keep the labor market
glutted so that wages could not go
above certain ratC3. Yet there would
seem to havo prevailed a chronic
tendency on tho part of labor to
defeat the gauging of it, as the silver
currency appears to evade all at
tempts at an agreement over tho
amount of it actually required in
circulation. It seems the Chinese
havo held the key of the labor situa
tion, producing a scarcity whenever
they found it to their interests to do
so. The Government or the plant
ing guild has never been ablo to
wholly checkmate them by an equally
cheap labor clement, so that much
of the expense incurred with that
object has been nugatory in results.
Ooo would bo ratlicr bold who should J
ndvlse an immediate ccssntlon of tho
policy of procuring immigration nt ,
Government expense for tlio plant
lions. Yet wo bopc tbat once tlio
country is fairly supplied with
Japanese labor, if tho experiment
proves to bo the success it promises,
the Legislature may sco tho wny
clear to letting tho planters find their
labor for themselves. In tho mean
time, it would be wisdom on the
pnrt of the Government to take into
consideration the formulation of a
policy of promoting immigration for
the purposes of populating the coun
try. A Government policy would
not, however, preclude the advisabi
lity of a colonization association
being formed at once. Such an or
ganization could pave tbo way for
enlightened legislation upon the
matter at the next session, by col
lecting information and agitating the
public upon the question. It could
also, with more or less capital, begin
tho work of settling farmers upon
nvailable land, by buying up areas
nud dividing them into homesteads
for people now in tho country who
could be induced to take them up.
There ought to be profit in such an
enterprise: there certainly is patriot
ism in it, and we hope what has
been said in this and other writings
upon the subject will not be lost
upon public-spirited capitalists.
The Guide published yesterday an
article having reference to raids
upon opium dens and gamblers. It
Wc are sorry to chronicle tho
fact that discrimination against the
Chinese portion of our population
appears to be the distinguishing trait
exhibited so far by our police ; that
in many instances unnecessarily
rough handling has been the share
of poor John Chinaman, while others
of a very bad class appear to have
been, almost, if not quite, for
gotten. Italics ours. Our reporter has
had an interview with the Marshal,
which justifies the following remarks :
Tho Guide is entirely wrong' in
making such a statement as that
above, that indeed is false. The
Marshal has asked Mr. Alec and
other gbod Chinese citizens to assist
him in arresting wrong doers. The
police have their orders to arrest all
Chinamen, as well as anyone else,
who offend against the law. The
Guide should prove its assertion ly
mentioning any act of discrimination
against the Chinese. It further
Several instances have come from
reliable sources to our knowledge,
where dwellings of Chinese have
been entered and searched by the
police, without warrant of law, and
where nothing of a contraband na
ture has been found.
The Marshal can only call to
mind one instance, and that was in
the country. The search that was
made on Maunakea street wa3 per
fectly legal, and not otherwise as
stated by the Guide. And further,
the contents of the packages were
replaced, 'but the boxes were not
rc-nailcd. The man whose premises
these goods were on is notorious to
the police as an opium dealer, nud
m'ohablv onium could bo found on
his premises to-day. What other I
curses there arc to the peace and
well-being of society, referred to
by the Guide, wc arc unable to say.
This much w'e know, that the Mar
shal and his assistants arc doing a
good work in our city, and arc to be
congratulated on the results thus
far shown. As far as the working
of our police force goes, it looks as
if the editor of the Guide knew as
much about it as an 03'stcr does
THE BULLETIN ON SKATES.
For unmitigated hcnrtlcssness tho
frequenters of the Bleating rink may
appropriate the doughnut. Last
night the writer, after safely circum
navigating tho arena some times on
the deceptive rollers, .Btiddenly bit
the dust with his coat tails, kicked
the wall with n "lurid glare" that
might have been heard in tho Guide
olllec, and had his eyes tilled with u
"dull thud" that would have minded
an owl. Yet all the sympathy ex
pressed by spectators was in the
form of audible Cheshire eat grins.
Some took a bcrious view of tho
catastrophe, imploring tho foreman
of the paper, who was present, to
take tho editor away, or gross dark
ness would fall upon Ihe community
by tho BcLttUN's light going out
for n scnson. llowovcr, tlio object
of such divided concern was nblo lo
ascertain, without surglenl assist
ance, that neither his knowkdgo
case nor any other of his bones was
broken, so Hint tho country was safe
and his ante-mortem obituary notlco
in tho last Saturday Press was rob
bed of nil prophetic import. So,
straightening himself out again and
scorning both sorts of Interest which
had centred upon him, he stiuck out
again and travelled something less
than a thousand miles without any
mishap to himself and no injury to
the building beyond loosctiing a few
boards in the wall in coming to an
occasional rest. Haxing completed
tho main dilllculties of the recrea
tion, wc can endorse roller skating
as a cool and pleasant pastime for
the tropics. The only improvement
our experience would suggest is the
attachment of an automatic air brake
to each skate, and a spiral mattress to
the back of each beginner to prevent
damaging concussions to the build
ins and ndlrtinins property. '1
The shrewdest business men arc
those who advertise their goods in
dull times. They arc certain thus
to get the cream of whatever custom
It is a long time since a word has
been said about that debating socie
ty. The prevalent idea here seems
to be that the press, besides advo
cating useful measures, should scurry
round and execute them.
Thero is a swimming club in Ho
nolulu, only it lacks organization. It
comprises a reporter, a jeweler, sev
eral clerks, and a few sharks. The
latter are expected to move in an act
of incorporation. By the lime they
have done so, the other members will
have retired from the club, and the
sharks will be fatter be bloated
monopolists, in fact, and a number
of lucrative situations in town may
The bank of England now covers
three acres of ground.
At the Residence of F. B. CARPEN
TER, M. D., No. 19,1 Nuuanu Avenue.
On Saturday, March 7lh,
At 10 o'clock A. if., on account of de
parture, will be sold, tho entire
Parlor Table, Rocker, Tete-a-Tcte.
Chandelier, HtncTaM, Chairs,
Bedroom Sets !
Mattresfc, Pillows, Curtains, Blankets,
Mosquito Net", Rugs, Veiandnh Chairs.
EXTENSION DINING TABLE,
Wi ilng Desk, S'udent Limp, Tumblers,
Diniiig Sets, Eto , 1 .Sewing Machine,
Wardiobe. hingle Bcds'c ids,
2 oil'ce-Desks, 1 Sccreiiiry,(i titar,
Invalid Chair, Malting, Bmvc,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
1 Phaeton & Harness,
One Doublo'lI.inieiS, Side Ruddle,
302 It E. P. ADAMS, Aucl'r.
5 By order of II F. GLADE, Administra-
iooi uio Jisiuiooi .nermann ncimc-
vcr, deceased, I will Ooll at
On Saturday, March Tlh,
At 1 o'clock P.M., at my Salesroom,
TJiul; Cci'ttiln V(iluulle
PIECE OF LAND
In Nuuanu Valley, with tho Building;!
and Improvement thereon, oppoMto to
Queen Emm i'.s, and wull kuou ns Ihe
fcchiiuver Iloineblead, containing nil
area of -1 SfMOO iieie ns per Royal Pn.
tent 12. Tho iilcuanl tlluatlon of this
piopcriy and its healthy loeiility mnl.e
it vuliiitblii for a lodduace or country
home for the waiiii woaU.er. Alno, ihat
Valuable Piece of Land
On King Street, adjoining the Bethel
and foimerly occupied by .1. Welk, with
tlu Buildings and ImpiovemeuH there,
on, containing an area of 01 fathoms
and 27 feet more or less, as per Royal
Patent 208. Aho, the Leano of that
Certain Pieco of
At Kaukahoku, Honolulu, Oahu, for tho
term of ouu year with tho privi.
legu of renown!.
Deeds at the Expense- of Purchaser.
Honolulu, February 7th, 1883.
008 It E. 1 AUA2MLS, Aucfr.
The "Dally .Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately after publioa
Hon, at tho following plaoes:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Morchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.;
Mr. HINGLEY'S Soda Stand, King 61.;
Mr. DONNOLLY'B, "Tlio Fountain." Fort
rpilE ADJOURNED annuul mcellng
JL of the II noliilu Ico Works Co.
will lie 1 ld .it t'n office of Wilder A:
Co., on MONDAY, March Dtlt, at 10
o'clock A M
P02 2t A. MoWAYXB, Sccrct.vy.
FROM the residence of MR. W. S.
LUCE, " yllu S .. Nuuanu Vulli y,
n IVaoi c',t aid two Pc.ihcns. Anyoio
returning them or giving information
of tlielr whereabouts will be sulia ly
rcwaided. B0 1 lv
Cottage to Rent and Furni
turo for Sale.
ON VINEYARD ST., off Nuunnu St.,
10 mliiihus wills fioni Post-OHlcc.
I have a Charming Cottngo of 5 rooms
and bath with good blzed lot, fluo gar.
uen and sn.uio tieos. Furniture cum.
plctc and new, coi-t over $103. A go m1
opportunity for iiriiiiiII family to inct.
The Furniture will be hold rcisonably.
CSV Reutul of prera:s.'si, $20 a montn.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
QC1 lw Campbells Block.
ASTEREOITICON with 12:) view,
Lime Linht, Gas Bags, &c. in
complete working order, just the thing
for a College or school, can be bought
for one-third of i's vi Inc. Apply to
AVERY & PAl.il CR,
Genera) Business Agents, liO Fort si
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED requests that
JL all iiccouut-wlue him be settled by
the loth iu-t., all parties having nc
counts against Mm will oblige by'leav.
Inir same at office of lho P.n.llic Haul-
ware Compinv (Dillingham & Co.)
SvML'EL NO IT.
Honolulu. Mni-ch 2d, ISS.'i. P;9 id
Building; tots for Sale.
SEVERAL burding lots for sale or
rent at Knp.ilamii, near theNiulie.
luwai bridirc, on the Eua side of the
lane lcadim; to Au.-tln's eslaie. Ka-y
terms. Applv lo W. C. ACHI,
Law office ofV. It. Castle. 837 tf
Iw-elliiig; J-Ioxise lo Let.
Hii a The promics now occupied
-raSa by Judge McCully, on Bcre
BSgafei iunl.1 street, in Kuloakahua,
will be i enlcd after ihe 1st of Febnuiry,
lS-sT, at icHMjn.ible lales. The house is
coininodiuiM. and the outhouses con
venient. The giounds arc well hinted
wiih trees and shrubs. Enquire of
flOi tf S. B. DOLE.
At Pfllnma, near Reformatory
'School, a now and commodious
icottnuc. Suitable for a lamily.
II.is never been occupied. Easy terms
to u good tenant.
Good stabling, servants' rooms, and a
On Hie premise":, or J. F. Wiseman, 27
Meichaut st. Honolulu. 838
A Four.Room.'d COTTAGE,
wiih cook house, and ecry
convenience, to let ; and Fur.
iiilure lor hale. Apply on the piemisca
at No. 187 Nuunnu Struct. !)1U tf
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
23 and 230 Foit Street,
Honolulu, . - . - Hawaiian Is.
W. II. PARE, PropiiUor.
MAX COMPETENT TO DRrVE
hoisc and attend to garden, is a
German by bitth, aged about 25, strong
and healthy. Apply to
.1. E. WISEMAN,
fl.'iS lw Gen. Business Agent.
APAI't OF WROUGHT IRON
GATES, 12 feci !J inches wide.
.Apply to F. A. bOHALFER.
Estate of Kennedy & Co.
THE assignees aro prepared, to re.
roivo sealed bids for the Slock,
Book Accounts and genual as-sels of tho
above c-iuto as u whole. Bids will close
MONDAY, Oth March, nt 13 noon Any
Information to am ouuiers win uo win.
lnj!ly L'len by the undersigned.
M. GREEN. Usdnnees
W. F. RI.YNOIDSlfAhil''"us
Olllec of M. Phillips & Co. UfS lw
AT the Regulir Annual Meeting of
the StouKholdeis ot the iwiwiillon
Bunch Company, hell tit ihuollleoof
Messrs, I ijhup & Co., on Friday, J-eh.
27ih, ISS.'i, the follow lug oil cers were
elceied for the ensuing year:
President John II. Paly
Auditor James G. Spencer
Sec'y and Trcasuier J. II. Fisher
Mauugcr M. Dickeon
John II. Pnty, James Q. Spencer, J. II.
Fisher, M. D'iek&on and J. O. Cuilcr,
J H.FISHER, Secretary.
Honolulu, Feb. 28, U8V 1)"7 lw
T3 P. GRAY. M. D.,
1 . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Olllce, first door west of Library Build
ing. Hours, from 1) to 11 a m., and 2 to 4
urn! 7 lo K p.m. Sundays, 1) to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor. Kiunu and Pcutmcola
Btrccts. 018 ly
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE J.
NO. 63 FORT STREET,
Coiling Friday, March Bill, 1885
In order to make room for our unsurpassed stock to arrive
within tho next month.
ij3r Prices Eeduced in all Departments below cost. T3
SUCCESSORS TO DILIIKGHAM & CO. AND SAH'L N0TT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implemonts, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise-
Tlio combined stock of the two fltnn gives us a very full and complete lino of
goods, at lowest maikct rales. All aiders suit lo the undtr-igned, or lo Mr.
S.imuel Nott for specialties in the eh'Sid good-t formerly sold by him, will at
piesent receive his pcisonal attention and supervision.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
LEWIS & CO., CROCERS,
07" ana (JO Hotel (Sired-,
JUST RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, On Ice, Quill, Cala Fresh Salmon, Cala
F.oundcrs, Caulillours, Celery, Eistcrn Oysters, in tin and shell j
nud Red Cabbngc.
ALSO Boxes Table Rnisin, Boxes Cain Dried Fie, Cn'c Duiet Salad Oil, pints
and J pinis; Cii'-es Lueca Salad Oil, Kegs S It Wn'or Cm limbers, Kecs of
Mixed Pickle-', Kits Salmon Bellies, Let Ruwinn Caviar, C'RloDupie
Hams, Dried PeiichcF, Dried Fiiiit of all k nil-, 2 lb tins Cain Buttci, nil
kiiBls Canned Meats Fics-h Cala TVihle A) i Us, Cuses Eagle Cond. Milk,
P it M Yiast Powder, Sucks D.iiiy Suit, HnNet Aldcn Dried A pies, Ligs
Soused Pigt-'Feel, Kits Mackerel, Cases Siu-ed Miicketel, Ca-ks Slur Hums,
Dupee liaton, Fu-h Gcru ca, lt-lai d l'oiatots, all kinds dinned Vejiiti bli-s,
all kinds Canned Fruits, Flesh Giound Konn Coffee every day. Our Pi ices
are low. Goods delivered to all parls of the city,
Island Orders foliclted. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box 297. (7C2
Large invoices of Grc's (of nil dc-cripiionF) having bicn luceived ly ir.e,lhey
WILL BE SOLD AT L0"WIE IBICES,
Than tlio same quall'y of (G-od enn be purchased cli-rwherc in T'onolu'ii and
satisfaction I'liiuanlcrd. My sloe k ron'-i'-t-: i f all kinds of AMEI.IUAN,
ENGLlfcH AND SYLNLY MAN L FA CI U RE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Legging?, Saddle Cloths, School Sags, &c,
Sits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plate
Tho reputation of my HOME-MADE IIARN-E'S for superiority ti wrrkmnnship
and material leinuins i.tichnllenged (lining my six y nrs' residence heie.
Thankful lor the gcnoious patronage of tho pi. si, lib tomincance and incieasc in
the future is mpectlully solicited at ll.o old stand.
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
Offices in Camp cell's lire-proof Building, 27 Met chant St., Honolulu, H. I
P. O. Box .'tin t : : , 'JL'clcphono 178.
REAL ESTATE AGENT I'uys and sells Rial Ettate In nil parts of the King
dom. Rents Uflleib. Hi usis, Cottages and Roi in .
SOI IC1TTNG AGKM' FOR WIl.DER'S INT1 R-LSI.AND STEAMEPS-Tour ,
isu nud thu'iinc!iig Public will apply to mo lor'llckets and iuloiuinlluu to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
OKK The Largest, Grandest and Sounded Institution of ilb kind in the
AGKNI' FOR THE GREAT HULLIFG'JON PAILWAY Rf UTE IN AMERICA
Till- Route excels all other mines gulag E.iK, ihe kci cry loing tl.e gr.iin o t,
the meal i lie choicest and the Palace and iJii.iug Cms thu JiumltoinuBi and mott
EMPLOYMENT A GENT Finds Employment for nil locking woik In the vari
ous brunches of ii di stiy on the li-luiKlt-'. (
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE ( 1TY OF LONDON FIRE INfcUIIANOE CO.
The last known Company in ihe l&hinds. j
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKEN Entcis Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Fn Ight mid Duly B11U under power of Attorney. S
MONEY BROKEU Loans Money at all times on firt-clnseccuririy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT-Legal Pnpeis of every dcscripiion drawn. Bills
Distiibuied nud Collected. Broks and Accounts kepi mid; adjusted. Recorrs
Searched. Rents Collected. Tuxes and Iiieuiiiiicii on Fr,o er y leokul alter.
Copying and Fugros-ing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Aithlo', Corirs-
poi.i'hiiRo and Common iul Business of every nature pronipily and aceuiately
ait-i)dcd to. ' m
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HAIL AT HONOIA'LTJj-Cninpanie abioad
will eon ejpnnu Willi mu lor lerius, etc. uiucr lor imiuiu
Specimens, Nalivu Views and Photos carefully filled andSfcii
of tho World.
3" Information appertaining to the Iilnnds given and all correspondence faith,
fully nnswercd. f': i
JOSKPH E.f TfrMJJMAX, (
873 Goneral Businots Agent, Honpljuiu, Hawaiian Islandi. '
Offer Refused !
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !
of Fort, and King slreels, lie noliilu, II. I
Mieiis. Cuilos. Lava
i wauled to all parts