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WORLD IS FULL OF BEACTT.
There is beauty in the forest,
'Where the trees are green and fair:
There is beanty In the meadow,
'- Where wild flowers scent the air ;
There is beauty in the sunlight,
and the soft blue beams above ;
Oh ! the world is fun of beauty
, Whet the heart is full of lore!
There is beauty in the fountain
Singing gaily at the play.
While rainbow hues are glittering
On its silvery, shining; spray.
There ia beauty ia the streamlet.
Murmuring softly through the grove ;
Oh ! the world is fall of bity
When the heart is fan of love !
There is beanty fat the moonlight
When it fails upon the sea.
While the blue, fbauv-erested billows
Dance and frolic Joyously
There is beauty in the lightning gleams
That o'er the dark waves rove ;
Oh ! the world is full of beauty
When the heart is full of love !
There is beauty in the brightness
Beaming from a loving eye,
Ia the warm Mush of affection,
In the tear of sympathy !
In the sweet, low voice whose accents
The spirit's gladness prove ;
Oh the world is fall of beauty
When the heart U fun of love !
t'dt in tit 'Stinmx sl;nti)s.--lto. 5.
V SILK CULTCRE AT DANiLEI.
ae following account of tji3
xe silk plantation on K&u&n draarvwJ"
mJ was written about fifteen jilra ago. The
culture of rilk was after a few yean trial, aban
tnei by Mr. Titcomb who is now engaged in the
it suconeful coffee plantation to be found on
Bat what promises to be of most interest here,
ia! to afford a valuable branch of industry for
Ae native population, is a silk plantation, now
is a most flourishing condition. Several years
-a sr . a m . -mra- , a
saw, jir. j. xitcomo, a citizen 01 trie cnitea
ates, procured a lease of land from the king,
ihout a mile from the mouth of the river, and
nmding for some distance along its banks, and
?inln back to the mountains, embracing a
iriety of soil, from moist, swampy land, to that
rikh was comparatively dry. The whole of it
covered with a rich vegetable mould, about a
iwtdeep, near the river, and on a sand foundation,
nile, inland, it ia more boggy, and suitable for
an, though it can be easily drained, and adapted
s my other purpose. At the foot of the hills
vhich form its western boundary, is a most ad-
iable situation for coffee, which the proprietor
31 turned to good account. But his principal
nation has been devoted to silk. Thus far, he
si been successful in producing it of excellent
ulity. The quantity will soon be sufficient to
like it a valuable export. His trees are of
wral varieties, the white, Meek, Canton, and
Iras Molticaulis, all of which thrive well, and
swtr to be equally good for the worms. He
at bat twenty-five acres planted, which afford
ire fuod, already, than he requires for his
jwent operations. . This is owing to the peculiar
sines of the soil, which produces in the
rata luxuriance and rapidity. Indeed, with-
w witnessing, for one's self, the rapid develop
arat of vg;tation"nere, it would almost stagger
klkf. By repeated measurements, it has been
iund, that the mulberry shoots grow upwards of
a inch per day and thousands at the rate of
im fct a mor th . The first in a row, and which
Ta bj no means the larst, I had the curiosity
s have cut down antLeighed. This was three
.titLs, Licking a Afi after a previous cutting,
'a height then Reeded twelve feet ; its leaves
-!,:Sl eiht p.J'ads and three quarters; and
I ie new woxl. eleven and three quarters. This
- ru but JL cuinmon specimen, and many
ai jit have bwn selected, of superior height and
t-it. They are planted very close in rows, so
! Lrm thick-set hedges about six feet apart.
Sacly plucking the leaves, was found to injure
!v an.I ttio T.I in rn lT"itiHI OI CUttinZ
-a liwn to the ground by rows, and carrying
"ranches into the cocoonery, where they
f-cji be stripped by whipping them tftroogh the
process which saves, much labor, and
fca the trees fiivorably. In two or three
a .bus, the old roots throw out shoots of sufii-
hrizht to undereo the same operation. It
i Wn Cund best, in order to preserve the
pvn and tender, to cut down the trees
""wia three or four months. If they are allowed
6 wnain lunger, their growth is checked, and
k bvx become hard and dry, and less suitable
r e worm. This rapid growth may be
t exhaust the soil. No doabt it will,
fatuallj, although as yet no signs of diminiah
B? PkctiTencss have occurred, though some
We been cut down for the tenth time.
u now in as flourishing state as any of
otters. Besides, the cocooneries afford sup
P1 of manure, from their litter, of which a
?)nastitj is collected monthly. The adjacent
opj.aldo, will furnish vast supplies of the
t"1? article, when it is required ; and even
Jw these fail, so little land u needed for the
of the mulberry, the proprietor would
bat to turn up fresh sods with the hoe, for
F?h ie required, and plant new slips, which,
1fe months' time, would afford the requisite
?'7 while the exhausted land could remain
,ith recoTer"1S from iU depletion,
ees and vegetalJes grow with like rapid-j-
OranOT trees are weighed down to the
7j."y abundance of their fruit, and the
toy WjIn-menced bearing the second
i The climate is damp, and much rain falls
r5"iyear. This, it was thought, would
CTf27tr.Lmental the worms ; but one crop has
tea throagh a particularly wet month, and
MweIiat any of the others. The leaves
5WI dJ before they are required,
pwted m a drying house. By the suc
morning, they are fit to feed with.
variety of worm raised is the cross-breed,
T? Wrican variety and the small
r and yeUow. They form a fine,
"I'yunrJ t , C "O"."11" "in
e - ie pound of reeld silk.
witn mem m thi
, American, produco
kor? I1! etrw TOlcr others of a
the i tk - "-eiy vj produce cocoons
caThT 5!? M ite own' " tha n depend
rWnl J 0Pn curing either color, by
of aa!r Talarly fine and valuable,
lif"11 thread. That which is
Thvtnu,are 8tUkd has the best
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY
HK.Yl M. WHITAET,
preserve the worms healthy, while the tops of
"'wiu curd answer every purpose lor tnem to
form their cocoons upon; thus saving much
expense for machinery and lumber, which is
used in colder climates. The propriefea; has
land sufficient to feed millions monthly, but at
present he can accommodate but from three to
five hundred thousand at a time. When his
present arrangements are completed, he will have
a constant successful of heavy crops; eggs hatch
ing, and worms winding up, the same inay, and
thus be able to keep his reelers in constant prac
tice. During the months of January, February,
and March, but little feeding will be done.
The trees then undergo a kind of winter. This
time, however, is made profitable on tho planta
tion in other ways.
This business requires great care and persever
ance, and constant attention, night and day.
Yet it is of a simple nature, and the requisite
experience is easily acquired. The greatest eco
nomy must be used, especially in avoiding waste
of material in reeling. Jlr. Titcomb entered
upon the business a few years since, an entire
stranger to its details, but has now acquired
sufficient information and experience to conduct
an extensive plantation, simply by strict attention
to his business, and by letting no fact, however
apparently trivial and unimportant, in regard to
the trees or worms, escape him.
His reelers were instructed by himself; he first
learning to reel from instructions gathered from
a book. They now, for fineness of work, can
successfully compete with foreign reelers ; and the
best of them will turn out, when watched, nearly
a pound each per day. When left to themselves
they are not so active, yet still average a very
respectable quantity. Both those who turn the
wheels and those who attend the pans are
instructed, and made responsible for the goodness
of the silk ; a much better plan, and more likely
to producejiod T$dg than when the wheel,
for the sake of economy, is left to a boy. The
men are found to reel equally as well as the
women. Before they are instructed they are
bound to remain in the employ of the proprietor
two year.?, receiving regular wages during that
time. His Majesty, during a visit to this place,
professed himself much interested in the success
of this business ; and twice, in public addcsses to
his officers, charged them to see that no obstacle
waqjjbja-reinto jSnci Mr. Titcomb, as had
v-pr uijUC . uilaaj, as it was neces-
orWwfic to be done onrue Sabbath, in feed
ing worms, the judges must not trouble those
who were so employed ; he also advised his peo
ple to seek employment in this business, arm by
way of setting example, turned a reel himself for
a short time. Since that period, the desire of the
natives to work on the plantation is great, and
Mr. Titcomb already gives employment to fifty
people of both sexes, which number will be
increased as his operations are- enlarged. The
good effects of this industry is already obvious, in
the better appearance of the natives. A short
time since, scarcely any could boast of clothing :
now there are few but have some, and many dress
Things Worth Knowing. Light moves at the
rate of about 195,500 miles per second. , A ray
of light moves generally in a straight, single line,
from some luminous point ; a beam of light is an
assemblage of rays. The nature, or essence of
light, is unknown.
In 1861 the transit of Venus takes place. By
the transit of Venus is meant what is generally
understood by an eclipse. The planet Venus will
pass directly between the earth and the Bun,
during the day, and .the darkness caused by it
will make lights necessary in the houses. The
transit happens only once in a century !
The leaves are to plants and trees what lungs
are to animals.
Platinum is the heaviest of all metals.
Oxygen is essential to animal life.
There are fifty-five known elements, or pon
derable substances, forty-two of which are metals,
and thirteen are non-metals. These elements, by
uniting, form compounds, of which the material
world chiefly consists. Most of the elements are
usually solid ; but it is believed by philosophers
generally that by intense heat, all the solids
might be converted into liquids, and these into
gasscs ; and that by pressure and abstraction of
heat, all gasses and liquids might be solidified.
Kepler says that the globe has vital powers,
and that its elementary atoms possess instinct and
The violin was invented about A. D. 1,200,
and the piano forte about one hundred and
twenty years ago.
Iron is said to have been discovered accident
ally, by the burning of Mount Ida, 140G years
before Christ. Iron is the most useful of all the
known metals. It is converted into steel by
combining it with a due proportion of carbon.
Iron was first made in America in 1715.
Severe frost or cold injures marHe.
Oak is stronger than iroii&fu pieces being
equal in weight!
Gold and silver are the only perfect metals
knownruy are called perfect fiecause they lose
nothrfgTrom the heat of fire. Imperfect metals
are those which decrease by the heat of fire, and
are easily corroded by acids ; as quicksilver, lead,
Experience m Kissing. A correspondent
sends Harper's Editorial Drawer the following
account of one of our Maine young fellows, who
thus describes his battle, and final victory, in a
fair fight for a kiss of his sweetheart:
Ah, now, Sarah dear give me a kiss just
one and be done with it.
I won't! so, there now.'
. Then I'll have to tt it, whether or no.'
Take it if you dare !
So at it we went, roogh and tumble. An
awful destruction of starch now commenced.
The bow of my cravat was squat up in half of no
time. At the next bout.'smash went shirt collar,
and at the same time some of the head-fastenings
gave way, and down came Sally's hair like a flood
in a milldam broke loose, carrying away half a
doxen combs. One plunge of Sally 's elbow, and
my blooming bosom ruffles wilted to the consist
ency and form of an after dinner napkin. But
she had no time to boast. Soon her neck tackling
began to shiver, parted at the throat, and away
went a string of white beads, scampering and
running races every way you could think of
about the floor. She fought fair, however, I
must admit ; and when she could fight no longer,
for the want of breath, she yielded handsomely ;
her arms fell down by her Bide those long,
round, rosy arms her hair hung back over the
chair, her eyes were half shut, as if she were not
able to hold them open a minute longer, and
there lay a little plump mouth all in the air.
My goodness ! Did you ever see a hawk pounce
on a robin? or a bee on a clover top? Even so 1
settled ; and when she came to, and threw up
those arms, and seized me around the neck, and
declared she would choke me if I ever did so
again, and had a great mind to do it now I
jurt ran the risk over again, and the more she
choked the more I liked it ; and now she puts her
arms around my neck, and puts her own lips in
the way of mine every day, and calls Mrno 1 her
John, and don't seem to make any fuss about it
at all. That was a very sensible girl, and be
makes a good wife, too, as I am not ashamed to
Almost a Catastroph. A family in Charles
ton, S. a, was lately awakened by. the pitiful
cries of a cat, when the house fS
be on fire We use no rhetorical eatacnresis,
whe we say that a horrible cat us
prevented, and that at the last cateall, pussy
should have a gorgeous catofalco and an honored
catacomb, 44 Ilail metes, " &c.
A. P. EVERETT,
COMMISSION MERCHANT "
Corner of Queen aotSanu streets, Honolulu, B. I.
Messrs. Sutnon It' fAlrtix, -"
E. D. Balaam fc Co-, -0-
" Bctlkb, Kcrra- a Hill,
Biuin, July 1, 1867.
R. COAOY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants, Hooolnlo, 8. L
Messrs. Oamnx, Mmtcbs a Co., . New York.
Willbts a Co., ...
Wells, Faigo a Co., San Francisco.
Alsop a Co., .... Valparaiso.
O. f. "sVum a Co-, - Melbourne.
Babimc v a Co., s London.
Exchange fw' h th United State and Europe.
Honolulu, J(s-fla jt Jyl-tf
DANIEL C. WATERMAN,
Superintends the outfitting of vessels from this port, to the
shipment of oil and bone, and negotiates whalemen's
Messrs. Morcas, Hathawat, k. Co., San Francisco.
Macosdkat a Co., - "
t). R. Grer a Co., - New Bedford.
James B. Coxgdox, Esq., . 44
64-tf W. O. E. Pope, Esq., "
II. W. FIELD,
Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oaho, Sandwich Is lands.
Bj permission, he refers to
C. W. Cabtweotht, President of Manufacturers' Insurance
Messrs. II. A. Piesck, .... Boston.
Thayer, Rice k Co., . "
Edward Mott Robixsos, New Bedford.
Johs W. Barrett a Boss, . Navtncket.
Persist a Smith, - . NewTslmdon.
B.F. Bsow, .... Honolulu
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant, Honolulu, Oaho, 8. L, keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired by whaleships and others.
Shipfiing furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, &C,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
Tr Money advanced fur whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business st the new store in Mskee's new fire
proof building, next door above Dr. Hoffmann's Drug
Store, oo Kaahumanu street.
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 44-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, Ate and Porter, near
the Post Office, Honolulu. 49-tf
RITSON &. HART,
Soccessnrs to Mr. Ilenry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu, H. I-, under the Auction Room of A.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite the Custom House.
GTjST. C- MELCHEKif. OCST REISERS.
i MCLCIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu,
8. I. Stone store earner of Kaahnmann and Merchant sts.
Money advanced on favorable terms for Whalers bills on the
U. 8. and Europe. I July 1, 1856-tf
Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S, I.
Ships supplied with refreshments, provisions, cc. at the
shortest notice, on reasonable terms. Whalers bills wanted.
July 1. 1856-tf
JJ. F. SNOW,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
II. I. 38
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COM PANT,
J axes T. B. Marsuall, Treasurer, in the stone buildings, oc
cupied by B. W. Field, up stairs. 17-tf
C. A. Si. II. FFOOR,
8hippins and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Whaler' Bill on th United Stale wanted. Island
Produce bought and sold, and taken in exchange for
J. C. SPALDING,
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, 8. I.
- Wanted. Bills of Exchange on the L. S. and Europe. Con
signments from abroad promptly attended to. Island pro
duce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. Jy 1-tx
ROBERT C. JANION,
Merchant and Commission Agent, Honolulu, Oahu, S.
I. Jy li
II. IIACKFELD & CO.
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, 8. I. J uly 1, ISott-tr
H. VOX BOLT. TH. C. KECCK
General Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Jy 1-tf
Commission Merchant, Boston. U. 8. Refer to Jas. Makee and
K. W. n ood r&irs. July a, isoo-u
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGIIT,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. I. July 1, 1856-tf
ERNST KBCLL. , EDCARD MOLL.
KRULL & MOLL,
Importers and Commission Merchants, Kaahumanu street Ma
kee's block. July 1, 1856-tf
SAM'L. M. CASTLE. AMOS. S. COOKE.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the -King and School
streets, near the laiye Stone Ohurch. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. U. Nicholson, in King street, oppo
site the Seamans ChapeL Agents fur Dr. Jaynes' Medi
cines. July 1, 1856-tf
w. A- ALnaica. c. k. bishop.
ALDRICII dc BISHOP,
Importers and dealers in general merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
8. L Island produce bought and sold. Agents for the sale
of Sugar, Molasses, Coffee, c, from the Lihue and other
A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
J. F. COLBURN,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, Oahu.
' GEORGE CLARK,
Dealer in Dry and Fancy Goods, Hotel street between Nuuana
and Maunakea streets, Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
GEORGE G. HOWE,
Lumber Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets on
the rnnchard premises. .Jul
W. N. LADD,
Importer and dealer in Hardware, Fort St. Honolulu. Jy 1-f
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets.
Grocers and Provision Merchants and Coffee Roasters, King
street, near the Bethel. July 1, 1-tf t
S. N. EMERSON, .
Waialua, Oahu, Dealer in General Merchandise, Conn try Pro
duce such as Corn, Beans, Bananas, Butter, Eggs, fee.
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
description. Shoe Finding, Pump, Sole, RiRirlrr, Harness,
and Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and Bnck Skins
. Trunks, Valises, Sparring gloves. Foils, and Masks, Black
Ing, Brushes, Hosiery, ke. kc Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sts-, Honolulu, H. L July 1-tf
PAUL C. DUCORRON,
Attorney at Law, Conveyancer and Accountant. Office comer
umhuit uid Kaahumanu Streets. Honolulu. 6-tf.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The understmed would in
form his friends and the public, that be has, Saken the well
known Carpenter premises of C. II. Lewers, Esq- on Fort
street, and would solicit that patronage heret am so liberally
bestowed. AU orders In the various branch! s of Building,
n ' . i . ri tf .hmw! ii rih nmnt.
HeatoWeo. u ururr. u
pUns, Spedflcatioas and Contracts attended with prompt-
neat and dispatch.
CHARLES W, YIN CENT.
- II. LEWERS.
cJrpaAer and Lumber Merchant. Fort St. Honolulu. Jy 1-tf
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite eth
OoTernnient House. - 41 tf
AGENT FOR THE
New York Beard mC Underwriters.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
Itc-, that he has buen duly appointed as Agent for the
New York Board of Underwriters.
13-ly AI0Z. J. CARTWRIGHT.
AGENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The undersigned begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship roasters, that he has received the appointment of
AGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL UNDER
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned begs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he has received the appointment of
AGENT at these Islands fur LLOYD'S LONDON.
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
ny, (established lH3o.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad.
Capital 1,359,700, Sterling.
The undersigned has been appointed Agent for the Sandwich
Islands. ' ROBERT CHESHIRE JANION.
7-tf. at Honolulu.
KRUIL & MOLL,
Agents of the Hamburg and Lubeck Underwriters, Honolulu,
Oahu, U. I. July 1. 1856-tf
Agent for the Bremen board of Underwriters. All average claims
strain st the aiid Underwriters, occurring in or about this
Kingdom, will have to be certified before him. July 1-tf
HONOLULU MEDICAL HALL,
CORNER OF MERCHANT AND KAAUUMANU STREETS.
Da. McKrsBis begs to Intimate that he is now joined by his son
Dr. Robert McKibbiu, member of the Royal College of Sur
geons, London, one of whom being always in attendance,
will afford an additional guarantee to persons requiring
advice or medicin?.
He has Just received an assortment of English Drugs, Perfumery,
&c, of the best quality, with which the establishment will
constantly be supplied, and which will be sold on reasonable
Physician's and Surgeon's prescriptions prepared with the
greatest care. Medicine chests carefully examined and
Attendance at the officeam 8 A. till S o'clock P. M., on
week days, and on gfVlays 8 o'clock, A. to 11 o'clock,
A.M. At other timtS; at his residence, Union street.
XT A consignment of best London White Paint and Linseed Oil
Office and Drug Store, Queen Street, near the market. Ship's
Medicine chests refitted and prescriptions carefully prepared
under the suervision of LANGHKRNE. Hot, cold, vapor,
shower and medicated Baths, at all hours. 7-ly
CHAS. F. GUILLOU,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen. Office next door to J. C. Spalding
Kaahumanu St.; Residence at the late French Premis
es, A lakes sreet. Respectfully offers his professional ser
vices to resident families, to the shipping, and to strangers
generally. Medical and Surgical advice in English, French
Spanish, and Italian. Office hours from 11 A. M. to 2 P.
M., and from 4 to 6 P. M.
At other hours enquire at his residence. Jy 1-tf
Physician and Surgeon, office In the new drug store, adjoining
the store of H. Ilacitfeld k Co., Queen-street. Jy 1-tf
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.
Soap Manufacturers, Leleo, Honolulu, are thankful for past
favors, and with their present improvements, are prepared
to supply Merchants ami Families with HARD and SOFT
SOAP, Neat's-foot Oil. trj Tallow, Slush, Oil Foots, and
all kinds of Grease, taken in trade or for cash. 13-Cm
GILMAN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Dealers In General Merchandise,
L AH A IN A, MAUI, H. I.
Ships supplied with recruits. Good facilities for storage. Cash
furnished for bills of exchange. 63-ly
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants and Dealers in
f General Merchandise, Lahaina, Maui. Whalers furnished
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
or bills. 34-tf
Commission Merchant, dealer in Ship Chandlery, and General
Merchandise, Lahaina, Maui, II. I. Ships furoshed with
recruits. Whalers Bills wanted on the U. 8. and Europe.
Storage. July 1, 1856-tf
JOHN D. HAVEKOST,
Auctioneer, Wailuku, East Maui. SS-lyr
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise,
Honolulu, and Lahaina, Maui. 44-tf
Ship Chancller and dealer in General Merchandise, Waiakea Bay,
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by whale ships and others.
Shipping fiiruished with fresh beef, Vegetables, and all kinds of
Groceries, and Provisions kc. at the shortest notice, at the
very lowest market prices.
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to 6000 barrels, being near
the Wilding, and free from thatched buildings.
Wauled, Whaler bills on the U. S. or Europe, for which money
will be advanced on reasonable terms.
N. B. Tliis port offers the safest and most commodious anchor
age of any port in the Hawaiian group. Here you can give
seamen their litierty without danger of losing them by de
sertion. No ardent spirits allowed to be sold
UTAI & AHEE,
Agents for the Papakoa and Pueo Sugar Plantations, at Ililo ;
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in China
Goods, have on hand, and offer for sale, at their establish
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Lahaina, .Maui,
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of general merchandise.
Honolulu, August 12, 1867. ft-ly
Dealer in General Merchandise, HIlo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, 1866-tf
Baker and Grocer, Nnuanu-street, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. ly
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, windt
lass gearing, ship forgings and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils kc on hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
Also one excellent small sized sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
DONE IN A VARIETY OF STYLES
neatly and substantially, and on fair terms. Law Books,
Music, Newspapers, Ac, bound to order. Portfolios, Scrap
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Books, and Blank Books, made to
order, officers of ships can have th-iir Navigation and Log
Books, and Charts, bound and repaired, at the Mission Office,
'Kawaiahao.' Old Books rebound at short notice.
Orders may also be left at II. M. WHITNEY'S Bk
store, Honolulu. SAMUEL RUSSELL
July 1, 1866.tf-
COOPERAGE t COOPERAGE I
The undersigned would inform his friends and residents, that he
still continues to carry on his business in all its branches at
the old stand corner of Nuuanu and Marine streets. Ship
Agents and Masters are respectfully invited to call and ex.
amine his large and desirable assortment of Casks, Barrels,
j. etc. Orders left at his shop will be executed with dispatch
and on the most reasonable terms. II. C. GRAHAM.
N. B. On hand and for sale. 4000 bbls Casks. 7 ly
JAMES A.BURDICK, (
Cooper and Guager, begs to inform his friends and the public
generally, that he has recommenced his Coopering -business
on his old stand, in the rear of Mr. U. Rhodes' Spirit store
and opposite Mr. Monsarrat's Auction Room, and respect
fully solicits a share of the public patronage. AU orders
rompUy attended to . 13-tf
GEORGE C. SIDERS,
Manufacturer and dealer in Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
Kaahumanu street, opposite J. C. Spalding's Honolulu, H.
Summer Bakers, Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Shower Baths, Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen.
era! assortment of Tin ware. Ship work executed with
neatness and dispatch. July 1, 1-tf
One door above II. Hack fi: Id a Co-'s store, and opposite W. N.
Ladd's hardware store.
Bashes, Sash Doors and Blinds made to order. 4 2-tf
WM. MAXWELL having this day purchased the
interest of H. Han ley in the above estabtishment, will con
tinue the business under the same style in the same locality on
King street, opposite the new store of J. T. Waterbouse, where
be will endeavor to give satisfaction to those who may favor him
with teir custom.
N. a. Attention will be paid to the selectkn of stock, so that
the best quality of meat may be retted on.
XT Orders punctually attended to, and delivered to any part
o( the city within two miles, free of extra charge. 47-tf.
SEPTEMBER 10, 1857.
Iters anit Itatirs.
A BUILDING LOT situated In Knkui Place, ad
Joing W. R. Seal, Esq. The above Lot is enclosed with
a six feet fence, together with' the privilege of the privi
lege of the government water. Apply to
61-tf Nuuanu street, near the Wharf.
BEST CELLAR IN TOWN.
TO LET BY THE MONTH Or YEAR
that large, high, airy and perfectly dry, cellar under
tne store of the undersigned t room for all 100 torn
pecially fit for storing oil, provisions, Ac, Ac. Enquire at
ty VUN HUJL.T & HELCK.
FOR STORING COALS, BRICKS, IRON
lumber, firewood, Ac, TO LET by the month or year.
This yard is securely fenced in, well shaded, and ad
joining the store of
W-tf VUH 11UL.X UKUCri-
ROOMS TO LET in Maunakea street. Also,
Furnished Rooms in King street. Enquire of
63-tf Sailors' Home. .
COTTAGE FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR
ill ..In I. it7 thA Vtrv riairahl nrtJLirf hn i It Ii V H. S.
V.illl ' j o .
jj,.' ifi Harder, on Kukui street, opposite the residence of A. P
Everett, Esq. This cottage is nearly new, and built of the best
materials by Mr. Harder, for his own occupancy, and is sup
plied with water, bath-room and other conveniences.
Apply to J. r. a. juAiwsjiAub.
Honolulu, July 14, 1857. 66-tf
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THE DWELLING PREMISES formerly
belonging to Robert G. Davis, situated between Dr.
Wood's and Charles Bishop's residences.
Terms easy. Apply to
67-tf ASHER B. BATES.
' FOR SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
..1. nn mMl. r-.f tim the r11 known stand occuoied
111L bv him as st cabinet shop, on Hotel "treet, near Fort,
which is one of the most desirable locations for the present busi
ness carried on, or for a Hotel, Restaurant or Stare.
The Dwelling House on Kukui street, opposite that of C. H.
Lewers, Esq., one of the most convenient, healthy and pleasant
situations iu the Valley.
Apply to W. At. STE.Wfl.Kl-,
Or J. W. MARSH.
Title to the above, fee simple. 49-6
STORE TO LET.
The lower part is excellently fitted with
Ken Shelves) stsiil Cvnaters,
For a Retail Store. The upper part contains
Five Spacious Dwelling Roomn,
And the extensive yard is provided with a good well, brick
Terms low. Possession given immediately, if required. For
further particulars apply on the premises, or at
48-tI vua nvu & uLiao
VV TO LET The house on Fort street, lately occupied
l.,!"'T by E. Kopka, Jeweler, opposite the hardware store of
liilL W. N. Ladd.
For terms apply to
T. MOSSMAN & SON,
Corner of King and Nuuanu streets.
TO LET Part of the store premises now occupied
mby the undersigned.
48-tf B. F. SNOW.
j-, ALL THAT PIECE OF LAND known as
tf3i Kaawa, beautifully situated on the windward side of
JL this Island, the proprietor being about leaving this
Terms easy. All particulars can be ascertained on applica
tion to J. FOX,
48-tf Nuuanu street, Honolulu '
COTTAGE TO LET.
.m TO LET The house now occupied by Thomas
ti9t Brown, in Nuuanu Valley, makai of the residence of
i I E. U. Hall.
Register Office, May 1, 1857. 47-tf
LAND FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE " FOWLER FARM," situaWd in Pa-
lolo alley, enclosed and contauuug forty-seven acres.
Terms low. Inquire of
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
Honolulu, April 23, 1857. 44-tf
FOR S A LE The undivided half of about 1900 acres
of Land at Waikane, Kolau. Also, a few cattle on it
Terms low. Inquire of
42-tf HENRY DIMOND.
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
B. JUliMSOJM, carpenter,
3 2-tf Merchant street, near the Royal Hotel.
TO LET. The dwelling house lately occupied by
Capt. Oat, on Merchant street. For further particulars
LAND FOR SALK. Thirteen and a half acres
of valuable laud, lying near Macfarlane's Baths, in
mmm ftuuanu V alley.
Also, a fine house lot in Honolulu, nearly opposite the
fnlace, on a .ng street.
For inforuiiition and terms apply to
35-tf J. W. MARSH.
TO LET. The new Cottage on the bank of the river,
adjoining the residence of John Montgomery, Esq. For
parUcuars apply to UFA). U. JlcLKAN,
S5-tf r Corner of Hotel k Smith Streets.
TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
(irenicr, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
street. The lower part Is ntted with counter, shelves,
cc. ; upper part One sleeping rooms, and nne cellar under same.
TO LET One-half of the Loft in large Stone Warehouse
on .Marine street ; and one-half of the Cellar under same.
Apply to (31 -tf) A. P. EVERETT.
TO LET The spacious house formerly occupied by
Henry Dickinson, Esq., and located next above the resi
dence of A. B. Bates, Esq., on Nuuanu Avenue.
For terms. Arc, apply to (30-tf) W. C. PARKE.
TO LET. THE DWELLING HOUSE
lately occupied by Capt. Mossman, on Marine street,
opposite the Steam Flour Mill. For terms, Ac, Inquire
of 29-tf THOS. MOSSMAN.
OFFICE TO LET, fronting on Nuuanu street
2-tf A. P. EVERETT. '
TO LEASE IN LOTS. THAT PIECE
of Land, corner of Nuuanu and King Streets. Apply at
the store of T. MOSSMAN k SON,
4-tf. Nuuanu Street.
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence in Nuuanu Valley, about a mile
and a half from town. Terms moderate. Apply to
Honolulu. July 1. 1-tf W. L. GREEN.
FFICE TO LET. The rear Office over the Post-
office. Enquire of (34-tf) H. M. WHITNEY.
G. P. JUDD, AT THE CORNER OF FORT
and Merchant Streets, reminds the Dublic that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diseases of all kind's, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Dacca and Mbokuss of the best
quality. He sells also - .
Arsenic, strichnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate.
Oxalic acid, St. Ignasius beans, nux vomica, opium,
Prussic acid, alcohol.
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, bortey and other soaps.
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac.
Writing and marking ink, Sands sarsapariTIa,
Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention. '
TT Easily found when wanted. 6-tf.
R. l. FIELD
OFFERS FOR SALE
Boots and Shoes,
v Crockery and Glassware,
Groceries, Naval stores,
Wines and Liquors,
Polar Oil. kc-. kc kc 47
ENGLISH WHITE LEAD
For sale by
43-tf A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
FRENCH CALF SKINS.
WTvOR SALE BY
Corner of Ntraaau and Queen streets.
4 FINS ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED
ex u Yankee," such as .
Fine Panama hats, Jtfediom Panama hats,
White Cassimere hats, Brown and Pearl hats,
For sale by
64-tf C. A. 4 H. I. POOR.
t SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM,
i VOL. II, Kw 11. WHOLE No. 63.
Witt. II. KEIiL,Y,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Will supply ships with provisions, Ac, and advance money on
favorable terms for bills on the United States. 43-ly
CUSTOM HOUSE Ac COMMISSION AGENT
MANG0NTJI, NEW ZEALAND.
O Shipping supplied on the most reasonable terms. Lat
3d OB., long. 173-38.E. 41-ly
. C. MCKCCK. J. c. MKHKILL.
McRUER & MERRILL,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 47 and 49 California street,
RKrgB TO I
Capt. Jaws Makee. Honolulu; Cant. D. C. Waterman.
Honolulu ; Messrs. Oilman & Co., lahaina. 14-6m
P. H. Sc. P. A. OWXSX7S,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
91 Front Street,
Naval Stores, Mess Beef,
Anchors, Chain Cables, M and Prime Pork,
Blocks, Cordage, Pilot and Navy Bread,
Oars, Paints and Oils, Flour,
Duck, Brushes, Ac, kc. lS-ly
8. ORirrrrrs mobgas.
C. S HATHA WAT.
S. r. 8TOSK.
MORGAN, nimiWAY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Cal
Kererences, a. a. tiatnaway t.sq. Messrs. T. s A. K. Nye,
k Swift k Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinnell Minturn k
Cp., New York, John M. Forbes Esq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins k Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
olulu. July 1, 1856-tf.
HSiCRT JOHXSOK. EDWARD HALL.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
HENRY JOHNSON Sc. CO., 140, Washington street
oTer for sale the largest stock of goods in their line on the
ry Orders from the Sandwich Islands respectfully solicited.
. W. BROOKS,
Consignments of Island Produce solicited. Orders for pur
chase and shipment of goods attended to.
Refer to B. W. Field, Honolulu. 22-ly
D. S. LORD fc CO.
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Printing Material and Papers of every description- also Agents
for W hite & Co-'s Type boundary, No. 132, Bansome-street,
2 a!?L San Francisco.
G. A. MsxnON, )
G. A. Van Bokkklkx, New York.
N. B. B- Hoe k Co.', and Buggies' Printing Presses for 8ale.
ROPE WALK AND OAKUM
CORDAGE OF EVERY SIZE MANUFAC
TURED to order constantly on hand. A large assort
ment of Manila and Hemp Rope (all sizes). Bale Rope, Tow Line,
and Oakum, for sale by TCBBS k CO.
2d-iy 139, Front Street, San Francisco.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
. receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
of fresh .
and "N. 1"
White lead, ground in the best boiled English oil, and Is au
thorised to contract at lower prices than the present market
J. C. SPALDING.
Honolulu. June9, 1857. 60-tf
FROM THE 1ST OF DECEMBER,
1856, to January 20th, 1857, 1 paid to this Government
$1260. On Friday, June 27, a Kanaka came to my
house for 62 cents worth of beer, stating it was for C. Vincent,
bringing Vincent's cart to carry away the beer. The Kanaka
took the beer. The same day I received a warrant of arrest
for selling this 62 cents worth of beer. For five days I have
been at court, every day it having been postponed for want of
evidence. To-day I was fined $150. But listen to the evi
dence : They take Kanaka policeman No. 1, give him three
glasses of this said beer ; he says it was bitter and made him
giddy. The next is Mr. Jourdan, (police). He says it made
the Kanaka's eyes crack and start. The next is Mr. Brickwood,
(police) and of course he says the same, with the addition that
the Kanaka's eyes started out of his head and. he looked like a
man that had eaten poisoned fish. Consider this evidence,
how it was got, and the men Hint gave it. When I paid to this
Government my good money, I expected to have the same tol
eration as other men who had paid $1000 a year. I offered to
make the beer before them, show them how it was made, and
bear all expenses. But there is a prejudice against beer, and
my $150 will pay them better than looking at me make beer.
That prejudice was got up by men holding spirit licenses, in the
first place to do away with beer shops, ami, after they were
done away with, started selling beer, employing men to make it
for them, not knowing or caring what was put into it, Why I
was singled out of eight beer-sellers, I have no idea. Perhaps
it was that I attended well to my business and was the most
likely to have the $150. Any otlier reason I cannot give.
I now inform the public that I am the only man on these
Islands that can make beer fit to drink. Never mind what the
publicans tell you about being aware of Steel's beer. They are
afraid of it; they dread its effect. Not the effect It has on the
party that drinks it, but the effect t has had on their tills. If
my beer was bad, people would not drink it. If I used per
nicious drugs, II. B. M. ship Havannah would never have gone
out of this port, and H. I. M. corvette JCvrydice would now
have a short complement of men. For the crews of these two
ships have drank hundreds of gallons of my beer.
" Live and Let Eire !"
English Burton Ale,
12 and 61 cents per glass.
' 121 cents per pot.
Also, on hand, the best Brandy, Gin, Wines and Afalt
Liquors (bottled) that can be bought in Honolulu.
Also, about $200 worth of cheese, which is to be given away
FREEMAN J. STEEL.
N. B. HORSES TO LET on reasonable terms,
with new bridles and saddles. 64-3m
WE. CUTRELL (Ute Cutrell k Peterson)
Proprietor, Merchant Street, Honolulu, thankful lor
the liberal patronage hitherto enjoyed, continues to solicit the
attention of his friends and the public in general to this estab
lishment. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to render
this house a desirable place of resort to the resident or visitor in
Honolulu. The bar is continually stocked witb the choicest
wines, liquors, etc., that can be procured, and is under the im
mediate charge of Mr. Randall Smith, so long and favorably
known In this community.
The billiard saloon is unsurpassed Sy any in the place, and
is under the sole charge of Mr. A. J. McDuffee, whose present
popularity is sufficient guarantee of his future success in cater
Ing in this particular department for the amusement of those who
may favor the house with their patronage. 25 tf
NEW RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
HERMAN BENZLER respectfnny informs his
friends and the public of Honolulu in general, that he will
open, on the first of February next, a new Restaurant nd
Coffee Saloon, on King street, opposite the Globe Hotel.
Those who will honor him with their patronage may rest
assured that the most strenuocd exertions will be used to merit
the oooUnuance of their support. 31-ly
Public House by J. Davis. Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
constantly on hand corner of Marine and Nuuana streets.
PIANOS I PIANOS I PIANOS I
OF THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
TURES of Chickering It Co.j Raven, Bacon k Co., and
Nunns k Clark.
The undersigned can furnish superior toned Instruments of
the above makers, through Wm. G. Badger, Esq., San Fran
cisco, sole agent for the Pacific coast. The prices in San Fran
cisco are precisely the same as at the manufactories in Boston
and New York.
Plans, styles and prices can be seen at oar office. Orders
46-t C. A. H. F. POOR.
THE best Saddle Horses, with new saddles, bridles
Ac may be found at the Stable of JOHN MA
NINI, Maunakea Street, corner or Marine street.
Horses to let by the month, week, day, or hour. Prices low
and satisfaction guaranteed. 18-tf
DOORS WINDOWS AND BLINDSVA
riuos styles. Forfaale by t? tf) A. P. SVKRr
OlLCASKSw1600 BBLS. OIL CASKS ON
hand anofor sale by (13-tf) J. A. BURDICK.
B. F. SNOW
OFFERS FOR SALE, in lots to suit purchasers, al
at the lowest prices, the following merchandia.-:
Chrome orange prints,
Brown cotton drawer?,
Red flannel M
Women' white cotton hose,
Men's striped hose.
White and grey merino shirts,
Check Unea shirts,
White L B shirts.
Red and blue flannel shirts.
Black and brown felt hats.
Colored India satin,
India rubber coats.
Navy cap, with oU silk covers.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Men's heavy boots.
Boy's calf boots.
Calf Congress boots,
En'rod leather Congress boots,
Assorted pickles, half gals,
Gerkins, half gals and qts,
Ground pepper, .
Superior Black Test,
No. 1 soap, blacking, Fine cut tobacco, in tin foiL
Bars flat iron.
Solar side lamps
Rttesia cordage, assorted siaes,
M anila cordage, assorted Sixes,
Cut nails, lanterns.
1 French bedstead,
India Rsibber Hsnms hf istch a ad 1 iaea.
Braaa Haae Plpa, Lead Pipe. s
SctSf SitUt vc.
Honolulu, April 28, 1857.
HONOLULU SOAP AYORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
supply merchants and families with hard and soft soap ; also,
neats foot oil. '
XT And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. 63-ly
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL and Com
position Nails, Brogans, women's Goat Bunk ins, do Kid
do. ladies' enameled Jenny Linds, do Morocco and Calf Buskin,
do Bronse Sontaga, Fairbanks' Platform Scales of aU sixes. Gro
cers' do. Counter do, Epsom Salts, Long Fluted Phials, Pina
Gols, Manila Cordage. B. W. FIELD.
ann v tj srst trass RV AND
71 HEMP SEED For sale in 1 and 2-lb packages, by
7 H. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu. June 10, 1857.
VICTORIA REG IX A.
A FRAMED PORTRAIT OF
VICTORIA fur sale. Price $12
n. M. WHITNEY.
DRAWING PAPER Of various sizes and qualities.
For sale by
3540 H. M. WHITNEY.
COFFEE! COFFEE X I COFFEE XXI
BW. FIELD, Agent for the sale of Coffee from Tii
. comb's Plastatio would inform the traders that he is
constantly receiving Coffee of the very best quality, from
Titcomb's Plantation at IlankkO, which he offers for Sale 21 1
GROCERIES, CASES CANDIES,
White beans, Table salt in Mb bags,
u Pride of California" tobacco.
Pepper sauce, and sundry other articles,
For sale by
54.tr C. A. k H. F. POOR,
A BAKER A man understanding the business stay
find permanent employment by applying at the store of
54tf fit MOSSMAN k BOS.
A VY BILLS Si W IIALERS BILLS takes at
the lowest rates by
July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and children'!
Sugar Mills, Copying Presses, Coffin Furniture, Braasware
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been licensed by
the Supreme Court as an
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Tenders to the public his services in the line of hi pro
fession, and hopes, from his long practical experience and ths
undivided attention that he will pay to all business committed
to his care, to merit a share of patronage.
Office over Dr. G. P. Judd's Drug Store, corner of Merchant
and Fort streets.
Honolulu, May 28, IS57. 48-ly
NO. 2 PLATFORM, WEIGHING 3000 Hw.
No. 7 Platform, weighing 2000 lbs,
No. 10 Platform, weighing 1J00 lbs,
'"'" No. 10 Platform, weighing 900 lbs,
No. 11 Platform, weighing 600 lbs.
No. 11 Platform, weighing 400 lbs.
No. 12 Platform, weighing 240 lbs, 4
Grocers Scales, Caaater Sealca,
For sale by
47 B. W. FIELD.
ONE THOUSAND BARRELS HAWAIIAN
BEEF, Lotuada and Spencer's brand, will be packed
in rock-salt, for the fall season. Guarantee given as No. 1 by
the sole agent, A. P. EVERETT.
XT Also, on hand, small packages for family use. 68-tf
CENTER. MARKET. "
THE UNDERSIGNED would respect
fully inform the citizens of Honolulu that he has
r-m I leased the above-named premises, wnere am win
AaHaAA mulrarnr to rive lulilf&ction to all Who BSBW
favor him with their custom.
5S-3m L. ItEMPKKN, Butcher.
MALL LEDGERS, JOURNALS, LOO
Books and Records, just received from Ban .rraiiciseo
7-14. IL M. WHIT It BIT.
STORAGE FOR 400 TO SOO TONS heavy or
light goods, on the premises of the undersigned
44 B. F. SNOW.
BEST QUALITY FRESH CORN
Best quality fresh butter
XT Fresh Corn Meal and Fresh Corn Bread daily.
49-tf i. FOX.
IOR SALE BY
b. w. field:
IOR SALE BY
B. W. FIBLD.
R SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
PSOM SALTS, PHIALS For sale by
47 H- WIOjO
R SALE BY
47 B. W. FIELD.
AN FRANCISCO PILOT BREAD in
KJ For sale by
42-tf A. J. CARTWRIGHT
TN CASES Received per "Yankee," for sale by
B. W. FIELD.
R SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
AND FOR SALE, a few copies of Jarves' Scenes and
Scenery in the Sandwich Islands."
60- H. M. WHITNEY.
DRY GOODS and CLOTHING, in great variety, for sale by
Honolulu, July 1, 1866-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
TO PSOM SALTS For sale by
K W. FIELD.
300 BUSUKIJS TUfRraate,SLaND SAXT
CHAS. BREWER, to.
1 OO KING STOVES, AND ONE CABOOSE.
. ror swie oy
CHAS. BREWER, 2t.