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TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 1885."
, n DEPARTURES.
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Schr Domltila for ICoolnu
Sltnr LIKclIko for Kabitlnl
Stiiir.Inx Mnkeo forKapaa
Schr Kliukal for Wiilalun
Schr Leahl for llnualcl
Hktnc Amelia for Port Townsend
YESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stun- Lehua for Windward Ports
Ilktnc Eureka for San 1'rnnclsco
Wli Capo Horn Pigeon, Kelly
J5k Jupiter, Jones
Hktno Durokn, l.co
IJktnc V II Dlnioml, lloiid'ett
Misslonnrv bktne Morning Star, I
Bk Lndv ilarwood, William?
Bk Ceylon, Ca bonii
Schr liertel Minor, I'aven
I'or Illlo, via Volcano, per pterinicr
Klnnti. Oct 20: Volcano Dr II Partseb,
J Catheart Wiwon and wife. GP Itohert
son. A F Stra.-bnrgcr, W M Leo. II Mc
Chtughry and wife. A .1 Gorgcr. X K
Salnsture and J II Mabv. Ilflo. etc.
O I' Wilder, Otis Wilder. W A Kinney.
W II Cornwell, P X Makeo. Mrs I) II
Baldwin and child, Mis M K Baldwin.
Mis Sam Obed, Miss W M Baldwin, M
ICokl and son, Mr Goodell, Miss F
Wighf, Mr Dunn, dipt HarrNon, C L
Wight.C Williams. A IIoriior.F Afferg,
M Palko, W F Poguo. W Y Horner, sr,
MI"s K Kekuannl, and about l'.W deck
Oapt McGregor of the steamer Moko
111 being unwell will remain on shore
The Amelia sailed this afternoon for
The Domltila beat the "-choonerMaiiu-okawal
from Koolau to Honolulu by
half an hour on Saturday last.
The tot n Kc An lion arrived safely at
Gilbert Is, the Kaplolaul at.Taluit and
the Gen Siegel at Pouape. The Jennie
Walker was becalmed off Jalult for sev
Lady Ilarwood. which arrived from
Hongkong yesterday, was struck by two
typhoons on the passage here. The
first was on Sept 11th, J,at27-5 X, Lou
138.10 E. It began with a fresh breeze
which gradually increased to a gale and
at midnight to a torriili: storm. At day
light the barometer fell to 25.50 and the
sea ran high. 'The typhoon followed
with a crah. The main lower top
itiast was torn from its fa-tenings and
carried into the sea. The ship stood
before the wind with bare poles from 11
a m, to 1 :'.i0 p m. The typhoon passed
from tiio northwest, to south south-east.
The second typhoon struck the Lady
Ilarwood on Sept 10th, Lat 3(1.4-1 Loh
l-JIt.5 by dead reckoning. The air was
heavy and the barometer was fust fall
ing. " At 12 o'clock that night wore ship
to the X YV and at 3 a m called all hands
on deck to secure everything. At 4 :30
the fore-lower top-sail went to pieces,
mid nt 0:i.O the Chinese bouso on the
main hatch wasknocked'to splinters. It
struck the bulwarks making a hole in
them. The frightened Chinese passen
gers ran into the cabin but made no at
tempt to save anything. The typhoon
raged for (i hours, doing considerable
damage to the vessel. It ran from SK
toXXE. TiJs is the Jlrst visit of the
Lady Ilarwood to this port. The cap
tain's wife and two children accompanv
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
IIonoi.uku Kiflcs meet for a drill
Tin; Kailua pond, Koolau, i3 said
to bo alive with ducks.
OuT-itioGKits will be put on His
Majesty's six-oared boat.
Hit. Yauxdi.ey's singing class at
Y. II. C. A. rooms this evening.
Quei:n street looks well to-day,
after the scraping it got yesterday.
Old planks are being replaced by
new ones on the old Custom House
II. IJ. II. Pkixckss Liliuokalani
and suite will atled the circus this
Quixx Kapiolani and suite went
to Waiinanalo by steamer this
lisGiNi: Co. No. 2 had practice on
Kaakumanu and Merchant streets
Tin: programme of the regatta on
IGth of November is complete and
will soon bu published.
Hr.v. Alex. Mackintosh and wife
have visited the former's ancestral
home in " boniiio Scotland."
..-. . -
Tun two boats of the Myrtles were
out last night for practice. The old
boat continues to bo "t.ock-of-walic."
Tut: Pacific Sugar Mill and the
Onomea Sugar Companies announce
their ollicors for the ensuing year in
At 10 a.m. to-morrow Messrs. K.
P. Adams it Co. will sell Mr. J. M.
Oat's furniture at thu house on
Kill; u i street.
Tin: fat boy was happy last
night. Ho obtained admittance to
the circus and occupied two scats
for fifty cents. '
AVuv are the rags or the branch
hospital not taken away when notice
is given? A cartload lias lain at
this office over a week.
TriE Band concerts draw well, in
spite of other attractions. There
nrc still people in Honolulu who
appreciate good music, even if they
do not have to pay for it.
Miliums of Houolultt Yacht and
Boat Club say that the senior crew
is not working harmoniously. Irreg
ular attendance at practice and lack
of interest are the elements of discord.
TitKtti: was one case in the Civil
Court to-day, G. Cabralo vs. M. M.
Taylor and L. A. Andrews. Action
on note for 200. Judgment for
plaintiff, commission, and costs
Officii; Tell with a squad of
police made a descent on a Waikiki
crib for opium, which they found,
and pipes ; but the dogs on guard
had given warning, so that the users
of the articles got out of the way.
Tin: Waimea River, Kauai, was
blocked again last, week and the
people find it very hard to keep the
outlet clear. The people of Wai
mea arc circulating a petition to the
Minister of Interior to rebuild the
bridge. Persons fording the stream
on horseback get wet up to the neck.
Tin: Manoa Valley road is re
ported to be in a terribly bad con
dition. Scarcely a day passes but
some vehicle comes To grief. A
short time ago a cart belonging to
Mr. Montano was wrecked and qno
of the occupants badly cut. Resi
dents of the valley pay their full
share of taxes every year, amount
ing to a large sum of money, and1
still not one cent has been expended
in repairing this much-used road.
Tm: departure of the steamers
Kilauea IIou, Iwalani and Jas. I.
Dowsett last evening was watched
by a large number of spectators.
The Kilauea had the lead and with
a fair wind was fast increasing the
distance between her and the Iwa
lani. The Dowsett followed in her
wake but was losing ground every
minute. The Kilauea can make but
eight or nine knots per hour under
steam, but when her sails are set to
a stiff breeze then the old "pirate"
shows what she can do.
Mas. 1!. Lovi: has a Cottage to
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
Wi: have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 1G1 lit
THE PORTUGUESE PAPER.
On the 31st of this month, occurs
the 47th birthday of the King of
Portugal. Our authority on the
matter is the Ziiino Uawaiitino,
whose No. 8, now to hand, makes
its usual good appearance with a
full stock of foreign and local news
of interest to Portuguese readers.
Among the advice given to our
Lusitanian colon', we notice that of
sending for more Portuguese women,
that of more punctuality in the
parents sending their children to
school, and that of having all
children vaccinated with the new
and pure virus just received by the
Board of Health. Through the cour
tcsj' of the Post-olllce authorities,
the Jjuso announces that the pro
portion of letters sent from here to
Portugal and the Colonies, is about
19,000 a year, which show that the
Portuguese are not so illiterate as
sometimes represented, and which
proves that they alone give quite an
income to our Post-ollicc. A fair
proportion of well-selected miscel
laneous items completes this paper,
which is evidently with Mr. Marques
a work of lore.
LAST EVENING'S OPERA.
The third of the series of Farini's
entertainments came off last evening
in presence of a pretty good house.
The big circus show on Fort Street
doubtless made some break in the
attendance at Music Hall. Mile.
Zora was in better voice than on the
previous evenings, and elicited ap
plause at the close. Miss Emma
Ilopf's singing of "Anguish of my
Soul" was also well received. Mr.
Chas. Thrower, on coming forward,
was warmly greeted, and at the
close of " Good Night, Sweet
Angel," was encored, when ho gave
Schubert's "Serenade." The piano
solos by lions. Marchnnd and Signer
Farini were admirable performances
and were loudly applauded. Tho
second act of FJowtow's "Martha"
was 'performed by Signor Farini,
llr. Thrower, Mile. Zora and Miss
Hopf. This part of the entertain
ment was under the disadvantage of
having tho piano booming in front
of the stage, between the performers
and the audience. The management
ought to have sufficient respect for
the laws of accoustics either to silence
thaf piano or give it a back seat.
THE R. A. OIRGUS.
Another crowded tent was given
the Iloyal Australian Circus last
evening, and a box furnished and
decorated for the royal party was
occupied by Queen Kapiolani, Prin
cesses Likeliko and Kaiulani, Hon.
A. S. Clegkorn, Governor Kanoa,
(Ai wm&v Z'tj?
and Col. Purvis, II. M. Vice-Cham-berlain.
The now programme given accord
ing to promise had many extraor
dinarily good things, and not a dull
number. Prince Uungcroo's balanc
ing was marvellous almost to the
miraculous. The riding performances
were exceptionally varied and meri
torious, Mr. Woodycar's own ap
pearance on a thoroughbred Austral
ian horse being most interesting.
There were so many comical illusions
and diversions in the show last night
that to write it up would spoil half
the fun for those yet to see this
programme acted. 'The afterpiece
of dumb-show drama was intensely
funny and picturesque. Other spe
cialties for mention arc the balance
trapeze, in which Ruby Scarsdalu
distinguished herself; the contortion
act of Iticltc, Prince Bungeroo's
son; the comic hats and equestrian
act. The clown gave an unusual
amount of fun. To-night the pro
gramme will have to be curtailed
two acts, as it kept the attdienco too
Into last night.
SUPREME COURT OCTOBER TERM.
FmtUY, Oct. 23rd.
Jackson vs. Lovojo-.
(Continued from yesterday's issue.)
Mr. Jackson sworn : 1 have spent
about $12 or 815 at the anchor since
March. I never kept account. Have
been to other saloons. ' I cannot say
how many times I have not worked
from sickness and from want of
work. I spent 5 or 10 minutes at
the saloon when I went there. Per
haps I have indulged more than I
could boar, but generally speaking,
I think not. Have been sick when
Cross-examined by Mr. Kinney :
I think I had no bottle that Sunday.
My wife told me she had forbidden
them giving me liquor when I was
under the influence of drink. After
she had notified them, I have been
intoxicated, partly at the Anchor.
That Saturday, I had two drinks,
one at the Empire and one at
Dodd's. I found myself at my own
door. Was intoxicated. Had one
drink at Sullivan's, the rest else
where. Brodie never told me not
to drink. I was not locked up for
striking my wife. After they were
forbidden, I have left there once
with too much. I did not get it all
there. Have never left there help
less. Don't remember my wife help
ing me home. Liquor excites me if
an- person troubles me. Don't think
I ever made the remark Langquotcd.
I have frequented the Anchor Saloon
more than any other for the last few
months. I have used almost any
language to prevent Mrs. Jackson
bringing this suit.
Mr. Ciiooks sworn: 1 remember
the conversation of Sunday morning.
I think it was in July. Sullivan told
Jackson he did not want him there
an' more, and wouldn't serve him
any more liquor. Three or four
other gentlemen were called to give
evidence on several points of fact
recited by the principal witnesses ;
after which the jury was addressed
by Messrs. Hatch and Kinney re
spectively. tiik junars cii.vnur..
In the judge's charge, the follow
ing specific instructions were given :
The wife in this action, (contrary
to the general law), can sue alone
without joining her husband, and
whatever damages she may recover
belongs to her personally.
2. It is not necessary that the
party selling should have been warn
ed not to sell in order to entitle the
plaintiff to recover. Such a fact
may aggravate tho case and may en
title one to recover examplary dam
ages, bujt it is not necessary in order
to recover. The law imposes the
obligation on the licensed dealer to
sec to it that he does not sell under
such circumstances as to result in
damage to others, in their person,
property and means of support.
3. It is not necessary to show
that all the damage complained of
was caused by tho defendant. If
he, through his bar-keepers caused
the intoxication in whole or in part
of Mr. Jackson and on any such
occasion thu plaintiff suffered dam
age in her person or means of sup
port, the defendant is liable for the
whole damage sustained. Tho dam
age cannot lie apportioned.
I. The defendant is responsible
for tho acts of his bar-keepers even
though he did not know what' they
were doing, and though they made
tho sales contrary to his express
directions. This is an elementary
principle of law and is instantly ap
plied in every class of business.
The principal is responsible for the
acts of his agent. It is no defence
that others also sold liquor to tho
5. You nuibt find that the plain
tiff has suffered actual damage be
fore she can recover. Actual dam
age to her person or means of sup
port may bo proved by showing, for
instance, assaults by her husband
whereby sho was injured in her per
son or which has caused her illness
or by showing that the husband was
unable through drink to attend to
his work. If actual damage is
proven, you may then givo exem
plary damages if aggravating cir
cumstances are shown. If such w
,thc case, the amount of actual dam
age Is immaterial. Exemplary clam
ages in their nature are uncertain.
It must be left to your judgment.
Anguish or pain of mind, or tho
feelings suffered by her husband's
intoxication are not elements of
damage, but exemplary damage?
may be given if the sales which re
sulted in injury to her person or
means of support were made under
aggravating circumstances. Proof
of injury to means of support need
not bo direct ; but is to be made out
by circumstances and it is no ex
cuse to the defendant that he could
not reasonably have foreseen the
Thu jury then retired, and after
an absence of about 20 minutes, re
turned with a verdict for the plain
tiff. Damages 8350.
Satuimuv, Oct. 2-ltlt.
Before Jttdd, C. J. ; McCully and
Preston, J. J.
On complaint of I). I'utinioni,
ordercdtliatJ.il. Poepoe, an at
torney at law, pay to tho clerk be
fore 11:30 a. Ji. to-day, $10 for the
use of said complainant, being
money paid to said Poepoe by com
plainant as costs and fees in a di
vorce suit to be brought by him
which has not been brought.
In the matter of the will of Her
Majesty Kinmii Kulclcoimlnni;
exceptions on contestant's appeal
to jury. F. M. Hatch and C.
Brown for executor ; J. II. Poepoe
and J. M. Kancakua for contestant.
Counsel for contestant withdraw
from the case. A. K. Kunuiakea,
contestant, is called in open court
and fails to appear. The Court
orders the exceptions dismissed.
Monday, Oct. 20th.
Judd, C. J. presiding.
Hawaiian Commercial Co. vs. J.
M. Horner, assumpsit. Paul Neu
mann and F. M. Hatch for plaintiffs.
S. B. Dole and J. Austin for de
fendant. ik ciiAJiimn.-.
Wm. Ebcling vs. Catherine Elid
ing, divorce. Before Justice Mc
Cully. Ashford and Ashford for
plaintiff. The case is continued to
Before Judd C. J. The estate of
dice Man, a bankrupt. W. C.
Parke, assignee thereof, presented
his accounts, which were examined
and approved. The Court ordered
that said Parke be discharged and
that his bond be cancelled. The
total amount of assets of the estate
were 8G30.12 of which S218.1!) were
paid for preferred claims, and the
sum of S411.G3 was distributed
among the creditors at the. rate of
1!)J per cent.
Before Preston J. The estate of
Kennedy & Co., bankrupts. AV. F.
Reynolds, one of the assignees, pre
sented accounts which were ex
amined and approved. The Court
ordered that the assignees, consist
ing of W. F. Reynolds and M.
Green, bo discharged and that their
bond be cancelled. Total assets of
the estate were 85,08 1.70, of which
81,329.80 were for preferred claims
and 83,751.90 were distributed
among the creditors at the rate of
48 85-100 per cent. A protest was
filed by the assignees against the
granting of a discharge to James
Johnson, one of the partners of
Kennedy & Co., should be apply for
the same, on the ground that lie had
defrauded his creditors and lied
from the country.
Before Preston J., in equity.
Messrs. Jona. Austin and Stafford
L. Austin this morning filed a bill
of complaint against C. Brewer &
Co., a corporation, etc., praying for
an accounting to be laid between
them the said Austins and said cor
poration, and for a temporary in
junction to issue preventing said C.
Brewer & Co. from selling any of
the shnres of the Paukaa Sugar
Plantation until the further order of
Court. The Court granted thu issu
ing of the temporary injunction and
set Tuesday, November 17th, 1885,
as the day for defendants to make
answer. The allegations in this
suit arc the same as those set forth
in a suit now pending between the
owners of Onomea Sugar Plantation
and said C. Brewer & Co. The sale
of tho Paukaa stock, in obedience
to tho injunction, was deferred and
did not .come off to-day as pre
Satiiiidav, Oct. 21th.
Joe was lined, with cost, 810.(10
for assault and battery, Frank
Fnrios, for assault and battery, was
sentenced to 18 hours at hard labor.
M. Santlin forfeited bail for drunk
enness, 80 ; and K. S. Scrimgcour,
for a like offence, was lined 810 and
Monday, Oct. 2(lth.
Ah Sung for common nuisance,
was fined 82-r and costs 83. Mili
ama Kcnu (w.), desertion of her
husband, was ordered to return,
costs S. Joo, for disorderly con
duct, got 18 hoiirH at hard labor,
costs 81. Kcalonui forfeited bail
810 for disturbing tho quiet of the
night. John Thomas, expressman,
was convicted of violating rule No.
G, and fined
ncd S10. Frank Hoche was
fined, with costs,
press Kulc No.
SO, and hud his
for violating Kx-
25. Maloo, for
larceny of liquor, was sentenced to
G months' imprisonment and to pay
costs SI. 20.
Tt'LSD.VY, Oct. 27th.
C. Achi, common nuisance, tine
and costs $13.50.
Bila was lined $ I and costs for
assault and battery.
Sam Ladd, for violating Express
Rule No. 3, was mulct in the sum
Win. More, for breach of rule 21,
85 line, costs 83 more.
Frank Ludzowicke was fined
8200, and costs 85, for soiling
liquor without license.
Kalcka (w.) and II. Rcines, each
forfeited bail 8G for ignoring the
elementary principles of sobriety.
a kind om:n wutoii was iii:omxi:h
"Father," lie began, after taking
the old man out back of the barn,
''your years are many."
' "Yes, my sou."
"You have toiled early and late,
and by the sweat of your brow you
have atnssed this big farm."
"Thai's so, William."
"It has pained mo more than 1
can tell to see yon, at your age,
troubling yourself with the cares of
life. Father, your declining days
should be spent in the old armchair
in the chimney corner."
"Yes, William, they should."
"Now. father, being you are old
and feeble and helpless, give me a
deed of the farm and you and
mother live out your few remaining
days with md and Sally."
""William," said the old man, as
he pushed back his sleeves, "I think
1 see the drift o' them remarks.
When I'm ready to start for the
poorliouse I'll play fool and hand
over the deed, William!"
- "In order to dispel any delusion
on your part that I'm old and feeble
and helpless,' I'm going to knock
down half an acre of cornstalks with
And when the convention finally
adjourned William crawled to ihc
nearest haystack and cautiously
whispered to himself:
"And Sally was in broach the
same thing to ma at the same time!
I wonder if she's mortally injured, or
only crippled for life!" JYctr Tors
EPIDEMICS 'III JAPAN.
Japan is in a fair way to have
great trouble with epidemic diseases.
From January to July there were
M72 cases of small-pox, with 1191
deaths, and recent reports say that
at Nagasaki between August 20th
and September 1st there were !100
cases of Asiatic cholera. Of typhoid
fever 79S1 cases ne reported for
the first half of the year. iVcic
The exports of wheat from India
for the last six years show how
rapidly that country is taking a
prominent place in the markets of
the world. They are as follows:
1S80-S1 1172,7 18
1 SSII-S 1 1 .0 17.S2 1
1S8 l-s- 7U2.7M
For the present year the export is
estimated at about' 1,500,000 tons.
GBXBKAb I'CRCIIASIXU AGIiXT.
Special noiinc to Island oniric for
Mcrcliaiidbii of every de.-cription, at the
Tory loweil r.itej of cnnnnlhMon. Send
for sample') of Dry Goods ttc., ete.
CVMloguo-s imdpiluu )it free bv mail
every Mi amrr. Addict Wo PIXR St..
SA.XFKANCT-CD. Uoanih 1 1, 15 A 10.
jpllK Adjourned Annual Mietingof
JL tho Monkhi idem of tho llnnoknn
S4g.ii' ( o. will ho held on TUL'KS-DAY,
tho -lllh itiBt , at 10;! (I a. m , nt the olllco
of t A. Suhuefor & Co.
II. HKXJKS8, .Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. 'Jt. 18-T. 1.7.) -It
Dyed uml PrcKsed,
TI?31LE OF FASHION.
X; rpmiiMi os
ILANI) GUANO in
nwiiini os to hint. Appiy m mo
N. E. BUEGESS,
81 King Mi-cot, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter nml Ilnlliler. JtacKnce unit
Draylug and steamer Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by n llrst-class
wovkmnn at 78 King etiect.
Jobbing In above lines attended to with
promptness, and charges according to
tin amount and uualiiy of work.
Oillco Telephone, 211!. Kcshlence, 1&2.
HAVING obtained the services of ft
nrst-clns3 Piano Toner, wo wish
to inform tho public that wo are able to
Tunc and Hepulr H.unoj at i-hort notice.
, All orders left with us will bo piomptly
attended to, nud all work warrant, d.
103J ly A EST, DOW & UO.
nTTiTi i" " r 'i"-1 1 iri riaaasaBCMHtf aarmrwttt
. , f
J ALFRED MAGOON, ' '
Ill 12 Merchant street, Honolulu, lm
vuj. The undersigned having
y25&iV taken clmrso ot Baggnge
S2:Evpro8s 'o. .11, for tho
nnrpo'u of carrjlng on tho Express and
l)rny buslnci", hopes by paying otVIcl
attention to business to receive a sharo
oT public patronage.
1ST Moving pianos nntl furniture a
specialty. 1). BUHGER30N.
Hesldencc, corner Punchlowl and Be
rctnnla Streets. Mutual Telopbone 820.
West, Dow & Co., Telephone 170.
The Fine Iron Barque
X O V 13 JJL U JbJ it Oth,
Tor low rate of Freight, apply to
1C0 17t TUKO. II. D.VVIES A (JO.
Ice Cream Parlors !
No. S." Hotel Wtrent.
Delicious llnvoiid Ice Cream made
from puiu Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
SherlioK Ice Cumin I3i inks anil many
other lefrcshnients can be lound always
nt this really flrct-cln"s rcsoit. Choice
Confectionery and discs in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For the convenience) of the public we
pack orders for Ice Cream in Patent
Hefrigerator Cans, which hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, wairautcd to keep its delight
ful flavor and perfect form for many
E6f The Klite Ice Cream
open ilnily until 11 l'.w.
Will ho open ovary altcrnoon and even,
ing a.i follows:
day mill Hntui-ilny i:vi'iiinsH.
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
for ladies, gentlemen and children.
JV1 Taw I C
Friday and Saturday Kwiiiings:
the Tuesday Muliiiee.
COMING ! HOMING ! COMING !
November Silt, 1 68.",
TPvoi. A. 1?. DEALERS,
Ilein? the Champion Holler Skater of
Dnuland, France and Canada, he offers
a Standing Challenge of $1,000 to any
professional who will equal him In
Trick and Fancy Roller Sknting.
1'iof. Deincra' exhibitions consists of
over 209 movements of the mos.1 ilifll.
cult, oiigiiml, novel and astounding
feats ever attempted, such as bin won.
dcrful spin from one to two minutes
making, fiom two to three hundred re.
volutions, and other tricki too numer.
oih to mention.
EST" Iteineinber Wonders never cease;
his wonderful acts must bo seen to he
T1IOS. i:. WALL, Manager.
Cental Park Skaliiig
'1 his elegant Hluk has
and overhaul. d generally,
etor, finding, at cr long
uiiKrvicnLbie lor HjIIit
iifler great expense, laid a
Patent Cupsitm Floor,
Am! only nt In atrial to convince any
one of its great mlvuutagos over wood,
for ease in skating, cleanliness,! etc.
C3T Open ovory evening in the week
from 7 to 0. and Wednesday and Sa
Uirday afternoons for ladles nud chil
dren D. P. SMITH.
wmm Mm Hint