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BISHOP & Co., IlANKEltS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchango on tho
JBmilc of California, H.J?.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Hothschlld & Bon, London
Tlio Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tlic Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Hunk of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bnnk of British Columbia, Vic
toria, II. 0., and 1'oriliiiid, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
Pledged to neither 8et nor Fart;.
Cat titatllthed for the benefit of Ml.
FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1880.
CHINESE SECRET SOCIETIES.
' One of the evils, and that not the
least, which the Chinese carry with
them to countries where they immi
grate in any considerable numbers,
is their system of secret societies.
Rut few people realize this fact,
because they arc not familiar with
tho constitution and objects of these
societies. They regard them as
fraternal associations, somewhat cor
responding to a lodge of oddfellows
or any other European or American
benefit society, bound together by
reciprocal ties for friendly inter
course and mutual help. A Chinese
secret society is all this, and much
more. It protects gambling and
Smuggling, keeps up the price of
coolie labor, organizes btrikes, and
is unscrupulous and mciciluss in the
prosecution of its fixed or occasional
designs. In tho Principality of
Sarawak, near the western coast of
Borneo, where Chinamen arc numer
ous, these societies arc prohibited,
death being tho penalty of infringe
ment. This may seem very severe,
but Rajah Brooke, tho ruler of the
Principality, says, "It is the only
safety in dealing with Chinese.
"When once one secret society is es
tablished, others are established in
hclf-defence. The whole machinery
of murder is set on foot, reprisals
become tho order of the day, and
no good can be done until the secret
system is rooted out." However
hard this language may be' it is
used by a man whom experience has
enlightened in the matter discussed.
Intelligent Chinamen give indepen
dent testimony to tho same effect.
Secret societies of the nature out
lined above exist right here in
Honolulu, and arc doing more mis
chief than the authorities are pro
bably aware of. Some time back,
when the planters were crying out
about the bcarcity and high pi ice of
labor, these societies were support
ing two or three thousand Chinamen
in idleness in tho city, and levied
contributions from the respectable
portion of the Chinese community
for that purpose, who dared not re
fuse for fear of reprisals. A law
passed at the last session of tho
Legislature confers the power to
break up tbeso societies, and it
would be well to put the law in
motion without delay.
CHIEF OF THE POLICE.
Tho duties pertaining to the ofllce
of chief of police are of great trust
and responsibility; therefore no
man, no matter what his other quali
fications may be, should bo ap
pointed to fill that public and re
sponsible position except he be a
practical, well trained, and experi
enced man in all matters relating to
commanding and directing a police
The chief of a police department
should enforce strict attention and
obedience to the orders governing
the force. Rules and regulations
for the guidance of the police should
;bo placed in a conspicuous place in
the barracks, so that all members of
the force could havo access thereto,
read and study at leisure. Regula
tions and standing orders suited to
the climate should be established.
Ho should see that all officers under
his charge are well acquainted with
their duty, that officers in charge of
watches are capable to instruct sub
ordinates on the force. He should
assemble the watches off duty at
least twice a week, for instruction
in general, beat, and other duties
connected with the force. Question
every officer individually, and satisfy
himself that each lias a fair know
ledge of all duties pertaining to his
Ho Bliould himself drill the
watches at least twico a week. He
should inspect arms, accoutrements,
ammunition, equipments, etc., in
uso with tho department, at least
ipneo a month, nnd satisfy himself
Uint tho Government property witU
the police force is In good and
serviceable condition, reporting the
result of his inspection to the proper
IIo should furnish the Police
Commissioners with a Qualification
and Merit roll of the force under
his charge every three months.
He should make himself ac
quainted with tho character, ability
and general habits of every olllccr
under his charge.
Hu should define the police beats
and visit the patrol constables on
duty at unccrtnin hours, particularly
at night, never appearing at the
same quarter three nights in suc
cession. IIo should sec that the
constable are vigilant and alert at
IIo should receive a written re
port from the captain of police daily
by 'J:00 a. jj., detailing the casual
tics that have occurred within the
previous twenty-four hours.
In case of buiglaiics or other
crime brought under his notice, he
should detail one experienced and
one young olllccr to work up the
case, giving them all particulars and
secret instruction, the junior olllcer
to report to and receive instructions
from the senior. He should receive
from the senior officer a daily pro
gress report in writing of the work
done, he giving him at tho same
time any information lie may pos
sess regarding the case in hand, no
matter how insignificant. In cases
where rewards are allowed for cap
ture, and where he assists at the
arrest, even if he should swear out
the warrant, and if the Law Statutes
allowed him one-third part of such
reward or fine, ho should not accept
it, but hand over to the olficcrs who
worked up tho case' tho whole
amount allowed, as wages for their
labor and inducement to others on
tho foicc. By sharing a reward or
fine with subordinates it tends to
lower the official authority of the
chief. He should have no dealings
of a private nature with ofllceis
under his command. He should at
all times stand on the dignity of his
He should take great pains to in
struct young men on their joining
the force their duty in every res
pect, giving them to understand
that they arc peace officers and
inon placed in positions of trust,
respectability and responsibility.
Recruits should be placed under
charge of experienced officers until
they become acquainted with gen
eral police duty. His office should
be at the police station. He should
spend as much time as possible in
intercourse witli tho men under his
charge, so that ho may become ac
quainted with each officer's ability,
that he may be ablo to distinguish
the efficient from the non-efllcicnt
for promotion and advancement in
Ho should surprise constables on
duty by visiting them when least
expected; then on foot, accompa
nied by a sergeant of the watch on
duty if available. It is his place to
command, issue orders to the force,
superintend in person, and see that
the orders issued by him aro carried
out impartially, knowing no person
in the faithful discharge of his duty.
He should be a man in whom the
police as well as the public have
full confidence, particularly in his
lie should be civil and courteous
to all with whom he comes in contact
officially or otherwise, thereby set
ting a good example to the force
under his charge.
He should bo a brave, courageous
and determind man, fit for all
emergencies, at tho same time using
no harshness or undue severity,
giving ills orders plainly and dis
tinctly. He should cause to be kept in the
barracks a report book, entering
every report made to the police in
detail, by the officer on station duty
at the barracks, for the information
of the force.
Ho should be very careful to in
struct his officers how to act when
making arrests, with or without
warrants. The officer arresting with
a warrant should carefully read over
the warrant to the party on whom lie
is executing such warrant, giving
the usual caution regarding state
ments, evidence, etc. He should
sco that an exact copy of the ' war
rant is handed to the paity on whom
served ; tho original placed on file
with the clerk of the Police Court.
Ho should order his officers not to
make wrests even with warrants in
cases where sufficient evidence is
not forthcoming ; but wait patienly,
never losing hold or bight of a caso
until conviction or let drop. Arres
ting on mere suspicion, to flourUh
in tho daily papers, the party leaving
court laughing, perhaps guilty,
tends to weaken police authority
and defeat the ends of Justice.
He should order that prisoners
brought to the station house for
confinement bo senched by police
officer who mado the arrest, taking
from him money, jewelry, etc., care
fully counting over every article
handing samo to tho station house
keeper who will enter such articles
in tho chargo book, handing the
prisoner a receipt for his property,
reading tho chargo and counting
over tho articles of property care
fully in the hearing of tho prisoner,
if ho Is in a fit state. If not, tho
nfllr-pr who mode the arrest should
lake said receipt to the prisoner the '
first opportunity, the station house '
keeper and police officer singing the
charge and property entered in the
IIo should sec that prisoners in
the lock up cells are visited every
hour. He should himself enter the
lock up yard or otherwise as tho
caso moy be at uncertain times,
checking the slightest irregularity.
By ids strict attention to duty and
directing the force under his charge
in the interest of the police welfaio
he would show to the public that he
is a man capable to hold his position
independently, that ho is a man up
to the standard of efficiency, no
would then bo respected by his
olficcrs and men, and be upheld and
supported ,by the community and
W. F. O'CoxKou.
IN my 8tore, a (M)LD RING, which
the owner can huvo on proving pro
perty and paying for advertisement.
08 (VJ. F13lIEl..
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
Share will ha on Id to tho Stock
holders of I!. O. Hall is Sun, Limited,
at their olllcc, on SA ITRDAY, April 10,
laau (W) J... J. A HUES, Treasurer.
ADIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
Shnro will bu paid to tho Share
holders of (lie Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Co., on SATURDAY, tlio 10th
lust., at their ofllco on Esplanade.
'J3 2t .1. EN A, Sec'y 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Special Hooting of C.
JJrowor & Co., JL'd.
QTOOKilOIiDERS of the C. Brewer
O Ilrewor it Company, Limited, aro
hereby untitled iIihl a Special Heeling
duly called for the purpose id amending
tlio Dy.Laws of this Company will lie
held on FHIDAY. April HI, ibBIl, at 10
a.m., at the olllcc of tho Compnnv on
Queen Street. J O. OAK'fliR,
Scc'y C. Brewer is Company.
Honolulu, April 1), 1880. 03 2w
Farewell! Farewell H
Many I.ciding Families have
and AIR. 3ULLIS will stop over for
tho Alameda and give a perfor
mance Saturday Afternoon
for Ladles and Children
Haw'ti Opera House
Children under 12 years 25 cts.
Over nnd Adult fiO els.
Dour open nt 1 :H0 v m. I'erfor-
mnnco ni 2 o'clock.
EST Tickets nt J. E. Wiseman's Ofllce.
Last and Farewell Performance
Satnrflay Eveii'g, April 10,
Fred W. ffiillis,
Tho Renowned Ventriloquist,
Tremendous Hill, flours of
Great Local Hits.
Go and ma tho Hunchback;
songs in clmiactei. Mr Mlllis
adieu on Sunday by the Alameda.
EST" liox plan open at J. E.
this morniiiK at II o'clock.
IS hereby given that neither tlio Cap
tain nor tho Owners of tho Gu.mau
bark APOLLO will be responsible lor
any debts contracted by the crew of said
vessel at this port.
II. HACIvFK.LD is CO., Agents.
Honolulu, April it. 1880. 14
Coutrnctor, Carpenter A. Ituililer,
Houses nnd Furniture Bcpnired,
tho Best of Workmanship.
Labor, JS5 per liny.
27 Mtiunnkcn St.
THE undersigned, 1'iof. Manucldoso
do Freilns, recently arrived from
San Franclco, has the honor to inform
tho lespeetnblo public that, being an
experienced teacher of tho Portuguese,
he Is ready to tench the samo lo any one
desiring to master that language in nil
its puriiy. Also, attends promptly and
expeditiously to all kinds of Transla
tions pnoii and into the English,
French, German, Siiauish and Portu
gues-o languages. For further paitl
culars, ci. quire at Messrs. 31. A. Gou
salves & Co., Hotel stiect, or drop a lino
at I ho Post Ofllce, addressed to
PHOF. 31ANOELJOSH db FItElTAS,
1U lw Punchbowl Street.
C. Ki MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aflont.
My most faithful attention
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
80 1 several Islands of this group, ly
4 Ql'AHTEKLY Dividend of Tlirco
Jt. Dollars pur Blmro will ho paid to
the Stockholders of Wilder' Hrniiislilp
Co., Limited, on THURSDAY, April
15, 1830, at t lie olllcc of the Company.
S. D. 1109K, Sco'y Wlld.ir's 8. S. Co.
Honolulu April 8, '880, lijjlt
OTIOD is licroky given that .1. E.
Wiseman having been appointed
hvlloi) Liu's ciudlto s Avignon In his
Estate, the snld Lease, G mils and Chat.
Ids will ho sold at public auction on
'ItJESDAY, April IKtli, 1HM!. The pre
mlses being tlio llcstnurant situated on
the corner of Nuuuiiii and Queen streets
known as thu Old Corner For further
particulars anply.it the olllcc of .I.E.
Wiseman. All accounts duo to Hop Lee
must bo paid without delay, and nil
bills duo Uv Hop Leo should ho pre.
scnted at ondo to J. E. WISEMAN.
The Academic School for Girls.
THIS IfOllOOb oilers the best advnn.
luges to tho daughters of residents
of the Hawaiian Islamls.
Thecouisoof Study Is modeled upon
that of the bot girls' schools in tlio
The teachers aro Mr. E. II. C. WAL
LACE and Hev. GEO. WALLACE.
Both aro graduates of line bdiools, and
Die lialind and experienced educators.
Girls ironi 10 years to any ago aro ad
To all who complete the course, and
piles satisinctory examiiiauoiis, a jcrii
llenlu nl Graduation will bo presented.
The hint liittructlon In French nnd
L.iiiu I without oxtia charge added to
that in Engll h
A few liimiiliug pupils aro received.
Thco enjoy all tbc advantages of supe
rior lioaiillng school.
It is the aim of the School to train
cullutcd and rellned wonun.
Tho Summer Term begins MONDAY,
Hy permission, refercneo is mado to
,Mosr. T. II. Davles, T. It. Walker. J.
B. Castle, l'rof. 31. 31. Scott, Major A.
Uoa. 01 aw .
-A NKW JKVOICK OK
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For sale In Bond' or Duly paid by
M. W. GRIiSI-JAXJat .to Co.,
02 Queen Street. Honolulu. 2m
MortEaps's Mice of Sals.
By order of 11. llnckfeld is Co.; the
mortgagees named in a certain inden
ture of mortgngo made by .1. Ten Siau
of Honolulu. Island "f Oahu, Hawaiian
Islands, to II. llnckfeld & Co., of Hono.
lulu, aforesaid, nod recorded ill Liber
1)5, pages 2!)2 and 2U3 in the Register
Olllee, Honolulu, we are directed to sell
ut public auction,
On SATURDAY, April 10th,
At 1 OVloek, noon,
at the Salesroom of E. P, Adams & Co.,
Queen Street, the Property covered by
the said mortgage, viz: That certain
Indenture of Lease of about 1 acre ot
Land planted with bananas and sugar
With the Buildings thereon,
and lccently occupied as a store hy tho
morlgHgor, situate on the maknl side of
King Stmt, P.iwna, Honolulu, nearly
opposiin the Government Nun-ery.
Said Lein-u was given to .1. Ten Siau
by 11. R. II. Liliunkalnui and J no. O
Doiuluib on January 1, 18U5, for 10
years, at an annual lent of $100 for fi
years, and 125 for the last C yeais; rent
paid to July 1, lt8. C2T Tonus cash,
and papers nt 'expense of purchaser.
For further particulars inquiro of
ADAMS & Co.,
or to II. Hackkkmi & Co.,
WOLFE & CO.
Have just received, per Zcalandln,
tin assortment of
Groceries aid Provisions,
Dupee Hams uud Breakfast Bacon,
Cala Chcisc, Liinhurgcr Cheese,
Condensed 3111k (Eagle and Crown
TinFiuits, Table Raisins, Pig Pork,
Boast Chickens, Oysters, Sugar Peas,
O.U Menl.-Cracked Wheat,
Corn Meal, Germca, and a lino lot
Candies, etc. Also, an assortment of
Vegetable and Flower Seeds,
AND A LOT OK KINK
Hay, Oau, in an,
Ground nnd Whole Barley,
Cracked is Whole Corn,
also, on hand,
Fine New Zealand Oats.
Tho ahovo arid other goods not men.
tloued will bo sold at the lowest market
prices. tlO 2w
Haw'n Carriage 3Ionf'g Co., ? 00
E. O. Hull is Son, 7(5
Inter-lsliuid S. N. Co., 0100
Bell Telephone, 3!l
Hnw'n Agricultural Co., 00
Wilder's Steamship Co., i7
C. Brewer is Co., 1( 0
Wnodlnwn Dairy, 00
Wailuku Sugar Co., 00
Star -Mill, ur
HeclprocltylSugnr Co, fcO
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock Brokei.
38 Merchant Street. 101 ly
iMie French u art
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Xo. 52 Fori Street, I'oimlnr Htnutl, Gooiln, l'rlccw.
Complete Line of Fresh Groceries and Provisions :
Crosse & WncRwcH'fl Preserves nnd Condiments,
J. T. 3Iorton's
Cutting Packing Co.'s " " "
Mncondray is Co.'s English Breakfast Oolong Japan and Comet 31 Teas,
Cilia Cracker Co 's Plain ami Fancy Crackers, every vaiiety ;
Sun .Ioo Packing Co.'s Premium Frulis In glass Jars;
Major Giey's genuliiu Horn buy Chutney, quarts;
Kennedy i Co.'s Uoston Cream Hlscults, '
Peak, Frcnn & Co.'s asForted Fancy Hlscults,
Holmes & Coutts' Sea Foam Wafers,
Cereals for Breakfast, In patent weave! proof 101b. tins:
Canned, Curried, Potted nnd Deviled Meats, Fowl and Fish, ..,
Evaporated, Peeled and Pitted Fruits, .
Raisins nnd every vni lety of Nuts. ' .
Boneless Anchovies, Mackerel and Sardines in Oil,
Chocolate, sweet and unsweetened, Cocoa and Cocoailna,
Pure Miiplo Syrup; Boston Brown Bread,
Our Ice House Goods,
By every steamer, Is a special feature, comprising Fresh Roll Butter, Oysters, shell
mid tin; Fish, Fruits anil every delicacy as It comes Into the Sun Francisco market.
Orders by Telophono received and Deliveries Mado in an Hour
after Steamer Docks.
and Waikikl dally.
JUST OPENED UJ
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, Ail-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
OHA.S. JT. 3ET-ISJEIEL.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol unci 03 XPort Street.
We are pleased to announce the arrival of our immense laigc Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Hon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and nre now ollorlng unprecedented and unrivalled Bargains In all ourdeparlm'ts.
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very line Victoria Lawn nt $2 apiece, 10 yards; a very
largo assortment of new Spring snles in Lawns, 4-4 Batiste, Sateens, plain
flguied und brocaded, white Pique and a full lino of Dress Good9, tho latest out.
Lace DBonole, Ladiew' Tricot: Olotln
in all tho new shndes; 40 do. Ladies Lisle Thread Hoso nt 40 cents,
the best value ever offered.
Just received, all the Intest sljles In Boys nnd Children's Suits; Great Barguins,
Boys Blue Flnnel Sailor Suits at $2.fi0 n Suit. Just received, direct from
Mii lamifactiiis Company's
Vaaellne Camphor Ire,
Vnellno Cold rcnin,
VaNcllne llntr- Olt,
, VnHi'lInc Hott'lnc Slaohlno Otr,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street. -
P.O. BOX 316.
Ileal Estate Agent,
Wlldei's Steamship A cent,
Prompt deliveries lo all parts of tho City
. -tnfi; Both Telephones No. IfO. -a
which we oiler at bed-rock prices.
S. COHN & COv Proprietors.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
.manager Hawaiian (Jpeia House,
Flro and Life Insurance Agent.
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