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Jobberies and Housebreaking are becom-
.lilt i-' v iiiuv u; ci i ii. ocvuiui
gi-s, within a few night9 past, have been
ion into and robbed, in the most daring
Inor. it ncnooves all to be on the alert
Jccure the villains, for notwithstanding
' I frequency and daring nature of their at
v Ws, they have never been detected,
; Jgh frequently seen.
lis Hawaiian Majesty and Her Exccl-
y Kekauluohi and suites, left on Mon-
(' last in the ship Bartholomew (jSosnold on
( it of state to Kauai. We hope- that an
( 'initiation of the agricultural enterprises
I )at piaiter, will favorably impress them
irch their general introduction and en-
( ;agcment in their kingdom.
.lc annual meeting of the king and chiefs
V ;h commenced April 1st, was adjourned
vie 30th ult. after a busy and interesting
f Jon, having made some important modi
i'.'Jiona in the existing laws, besides passing
!la number of new acts. They also have
rrctdto establish something like penitentia
riVfor the reformation of criminals, where
t' 5 inmates shall receive regular instruction
I: come profitable labor, and also in morals
t;J religion. Of course it will be many
HXT9 bef re the government will have ac
pired sullicicnt experience to combine in a
judicious and effective manner, fhe princi
of reformation and punishment still it
qto interesting step, and one which may
Tove of great service to the country. It
effectually do away with the reproach so
Csnjcast upon them, of being governed in
psir vi-ws of justice by mere mercenary
cotives, and of degrading their subjects, by
fubmitting them to brutal treatment, and dis-
q,' .The subjects of the new Edicts are sum-
'Vl'!. An act to prevent horseracinz in the
V a. An act respecting mischievous cattle.
f 3. An act respecting domestic servants,
i 4. An act respecting debts and interest
" O. An act respecting vagrants.
6. An act respecting apprenticeship.
17. An act respecting lost property.
,.3. An act respecting property in trust.
1 9, . An act respecting the rights of parents.
4,10.. An act regulating the manner of col
1 :ting debts.
: 1 1 , An act relating to the hire of laborers.
A law respecting partnerships.
13. An act relating to crimes not men
t!:aed in the printed laws.
V 14. An act to regulate the labor of crim
irzt .15. General Harbor laws.
16. Particular harbor laws for Honolulu.
!7, Paiticular harbor laws for Lahaina.
18." An act to prevent noise in the streets
&m., An aci respecting gamonng.
An act relating to Forgery.
;V3f An act relative to counterfeit coins.
.C2. An net respecting peijury.
;C3. An act respecting quarrels and as-
Smii An act respecting lewdness.
,515, School laws entirely remodelled.
'These laws will be published as soon as
r7.be, and most of them go into operation
" proclaimed, and whether proclaimed or
I ') tre all to take effect on the 1st of Sep
looked it over and said So 1 have, Pompey
where did you learn your navigation?'
'Studied it ashore,. Sar.' Soon after, the
mate came up, and says to me, what's the
longitude?' I told him that the captain had
made an error; and it was so and so. Cap
tain overheard it and came to me, and said,
' much learning has made you mad you
know too much for a nizjjer I shall make
you cook," and he made me do cook's and
steward's duty both. After that 1 hud no
peace, Sar he bore down upon me tied
me up in the rigging, 'cause 1 worked up
ship's reckoning hurt my feelings deffully
before the crew, Sar."
Capt. F. 41 How did you work up the
P. " Got an Epitome Sar," strongly ac
centing the o.
Capt. F. " A whatl" (thinking he meant
some kind of disease.)
P. "An Epi tome Sar."
Capt. F. "What?"
P. 44 Epi tome Sar."
Capt. F. "Ah! an epitome. Can you
take a lunar?"
P. (Scratching his head,) I guess I
don't know think can Sar 'bout as quick
as any body four different ways, Sar."
Capt. F. "Why Pompey, you are quite
P. (ProudhO " That's what the people
call me, Sar."
Capt. F. " Well, what do you want me
to do for you?"
u Satisfaction for such treatment. It is
Capt. F. " You are just the nigger I
want on board the St. Louis. I Ml take you
P. Looking frightened at such an un
expected way of putting an end to his troub
les, and not at all relishing the idea of a
transfer to a man-of-war, said " Sar, don't
mean to complain of captain; treats me well
now thought I ought to have satisfaction
for tying me to the rigging; guess Pll go."
" Stop. I have got no teacher on board.
I should like you for Professor of Mathemat
ics," said Capt. F., looking around upon the
group of young gentlemen who were listen
ing to the conversation.
This was said with such a serious coun
tenance that they, who had been scarce able
to restrain their mirth before, burst into a
roar of laughter, under the fire of which
Pompey made off with himself, and nothing
more was heard of him, his scientific attain
ments, or his being ' borne down upon " afterwards.
Cotton Drill. White and Brown Linen
Drill. Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
Cambric, plane and Figured. Swiss Mus
lin. Lace Edgings. Inserting. Fancy
Gauze Hdkfs. and Scarfs. White Veils.
Garniture. Silk. Satin. Velvet and Belt
Ribbons. Wound Wire. Furniture Chints.
Hamilton Stripes. Bonnet Wreaths and
Flowers. Ladies and Gentlemen's Hosiery,
(iloves. Satin Neck Stocks. Nankeens.
Pongee Colored Hdkfs. Grass Cloth. Cot
ton Jldkfs. Needles. Pins. Spool Cot
ton. Thread. Buttons. Suspenders. Ready
Made Clothing. Wickyam, &.C., itc.
Molasses. Sugar. Lamp Oil. Tea.
Flour. Meal. Dried Apples. Raisins.
Citron. Prunes. Tamarinds. Pickles.
Vinegar. Nutmegs. Mace. Allspice. Cin
namon. Cloves. Ginger. Sage. Pepper.
.Mustard. Honey. Tobacco. Cigars. Pipes.
Snuff. Soap. Sallad Oil. Olives. Lem
on Syrup. Porter. Pale Ale. Stoughton's
Elixir. Wines, fcc.
Boots and Shoes. Writing Ink. Shoe
Blacking. Arrow Root. Epsom Salts.
Bench Planes. Biacc and Bitts. Chisels.
Fish Hooks. Combs. Sauce and Fry Pans.
Iron Squares. Screws. Nails. Axe Han
dles. Axes. Adzes. Hatchets. Writing
Paper. Blank Books. Quills. Corks, &.c.
Generally on hand a good assortment of
Crockery, Glass, and Tin Ware.
Honolulu, Dec. 5, 1840. tf.
t ) on board f li IT. S. S. St. Louis, while fi'io lav at
i'V Lahaina, last April.
, j&egro steward from one of the whale
t n port, came on board, and inquired
fy.F. " What's your name?"
-gro. " Pompey, Sar," with a shake of
tO !iad, and a pull at his woolly locks.
, t. F. " What do you want of met"
I Satisfaction, Sar my captain bears
f upon me, and hazes me about have
et us hear your story." W
I "One day when off the Capef the
jn made an error in his longitude. I
)d it up, and told the captain of it. He
Dr. Judd takes this method of acknowl
edging the receipt of Sixty-five dollars in
cash from two individuals heloiminz to the
U. S. Ship Peacock, to be expended agree
ably to the instructions of the donors, for the
cause of education at Honolulu; also an ar
ticle of clothing now in the hands of a mer
chant to be sold for the same object.
PORT OP HONOLULU.
June 19. Haw. Sch. Hawaii, Hilo.
24. Haw. Sch. Paalua, Kauai.
Juno 19. Haw. Sch. Paalua. Kauai.
21. U. S. Ship Peacock, W. Hudson,
Commander, Columbia Kiver.
41 U. S. Sch. Flying Fish, S. Knox,
Commander. Columbia Jdver.
American Whaleship Bartholo
mew Gosnold, Russell, Kauai.
A d c x i s e mcnis.
B. Pitman & Son,
Have for sale on reasonable terms, viz.,
Kntrlish and American Prints. Ginchams
Printed Muslins. White, Brown and Blue ing Silk. Stay Lacings.
Received per Lama, from Bos
ton, ami oil iiaiiil.
20 Cases 4-4 Indigo blue Cottons
.3-4 do. do.
3-4 Chickopec Cottons
Linen fold Cottons
Bleached Cotton Drill
York and Satin Jeans
30 Bolts Am. Cotton Duck
2 Cases Merrimack blue Prints
Linen Coats, etc.
1 Can Copal Varnish
20 doz. Swaim's Panacea
2 Cases Table Salt, in small boxes
80 doz. Cider, packed in table salt
5 Bbls. Linseed Oil
20 doz. Olive Oil
40 " tin boxes Seidlitz Powders
2 Bbls. Spirits Turpentine
3 Cases Friction Matches
500 Boxes Soap
10 doz. Hock Wine
20 " Champagne
2 Cases Loaf Sugar
1 Cask Coffee
10 qr. Casks Sicily Madeira Wine
10 Boxes Pipes
20 Sides Sole Leather
4 " Patent "
12 Morocco Skins and Binding Leather
1 Box Shoe Thread I bbl. shoe Pegs
50 Ox Bows 50 doz. Axe Handles
2 Cases Fur Huts and Caps
10 Packages Hard Ware assorted
Also many other articles too numerous
PEIRCE & BREWER.
April 10, 1841. t. f.
MARSHALL & JOHNSON
Have for Salo
Brown Linen. Super Webb Braces. Su
per India Rubber Braces. Cotton Bandan
na Hdkfs. Large Cotton Flag Hdkfs. Im
itation Pongee Hdkfs Colored Cotton Half
Hose. White Cotton Half Hose. Irnita
tion Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Super Linen
Cambric Hdkfs. Large Choppas. White
and Brown Linen Thread. Russia Sheet
ing. Ravens Duck. White Linen Drills.
French Linen. Mourning Lawns. Black
Bombazine. Colored Bombazine. Russia
Diaper. Check Muslin. Jaconet Muslin.
Check Cambric. Stripe Cambric. White
Cambric. Super White I incn Hirds Kve
uiaper. jinen uamasK. rrinted Linen
Drills. Stripe Linen Drills. A ssoitcd Sew
Pearl Shirt But-
tons. White Suspender Buttons. Pea
.Jacket Buttons. Figured Vest Buttons.
Figured Coat Buttons. Black Silk Cravats.
Patent Pins. Crash. Mous. de Lain?.
Vesting. Pantaloon Check. Summer Cloth.
Plaid Crape de Lyons. Fine Krminct.
Broadcloth, Black. Satin Stripe Chally.
Ladies' (iloves. Ladies Scarfs. Pressed
Crapes. Swiss Figured Muslin. French
Muslins. Saleratus. Dried Apples Sar
dines. NutiiH'us. Allspice. Claret Wine.
Champagne Wine. Madeira Wine. Malm
srv Wine, rxtra. Sicilv Madeira Wine.
Old Port Wine. Sh eiry Wine. Window
(ilass. Pasto Blacking. Pipes. Half
Spanish Cigars. Bost Spanish Cigars.
Raisins. Salad Oil. Cassia. Soap. Cham,
pagne Cider. D. B. Stout. Ale. Nails,
(jaiter Boots. (Jcntlcmen's Calf Boots.
Cambletcens. Farina Cologne. Fine Ivo
ry Combs. Tooth Brushes An assortmen
of Stationery. Ladies' Kid Shoes. Ladies
Kid Slippers. Ladies' Bronze Slippers.
Best Cavendish Tobacco. Short Twist To
bacco. Fine Cut Tobacco. Long Twist
Patent Match Boxes and Wax Tapers.
A select assortment of Cut and Pressed
Glass Ware, consisting of Decanters, Wine
(Jlasses, Cake Dishes, Lamps, Tumblers,
Door Knobs, Salts, etc.
Also a good assortment of Hard Ware.
Honolulu, May 27, 1841. eptf.
Now Landing from Ship Gloucester
AND FOR SALE 11 Y
L Alii) & CO.
2 cases Colored Cambrics.
Check (jinghams. .
Silk Pocket Hdkfs.
Black Silk Hdkfs.
Sinnet and Duck Hats.
Assorted Fancy Goods, consist
ing in part of Plain and Figured
Muslins; Table Cloths; Irish Lin
en; Thread Edgings and lnsert
ings; Bobbinet Lace; Pic Nic
and 3Iohair Shawls; Scarfs and
Gloves; Ladies' Kmbroidcrcd Silk
and Cotton Hose, etc. etc.
Shell and Horn Combs and nu
merous other articles.
Honolulu, May 2 i, 1841. tf.
E. II. BOAKDMAN,
Watchmaker anil Jeweller.
Having recently established himself at
Honolulu, will give his faithful attention
to any business in his profession that may
be committed to him. He will be con
stantly supplied with
of the best quality, and a choice assort
ment of JEWELRY.
Honolulu, June 12, 1811. tf.
On Mondav, June 23th, at the Store
of PEIRCE i BREWER, will be sold a
variety of articles, consisting of Brown
Sheetings Bleached do Brown Drill
Scarlet Flannel Colored Cambric Pilot
and Navy Bread American Shingles
Window Frames Lot of Tin and Iron
Ware Lot Books &c. &c.
For particulars see Auction Bills.
F. W. THOMPSON, Auct.
Honolulu, June 21, 1811.
5000 Feet Am. Pine Boards.
1000 " California Pine Timber.
5000 Cakes California Soap.
i000 Pounds Tahiti Sugar.
4500 Dimaged Hides and Pieces.
"2d Reams Wrapping Paper.
For Sale by
HENRY PATY & CO.
Ju.c 16th, 1841.