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UNIQUE PROPOSITION BY
Professor Jappar Delivers Masterly
Address Before Chamber of
That liy the establishment nf an ob
servatory at the summit of Klliiuc.t.
the people of Hawaii would be warned
weeks bcfnro (lie possibility or nti
eruption, was unvrVif the salient points
made In the masterly nddiess of
ThonuiH A, Jaguar, Jr.. piofessnr of
geology In the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, before the Chamber of
Commerce Thursday afternoon.
"It la many Union more Important
to know what occurx for mouths, weeks
and la) a before one of these terrible
devastating disasters ocenr. During
the past year IJiavo visited the sc-"e
or Boino tvvBlvc volcanic eruptions and
earthquakes, and at none of thei.i had
theio been any facilities to study tho
conditions or rorewnrnlng. The ler
rlblo linvoc of death Hint followed at
Messina might liavo been minimized
had they possessed such an Institution
as wc proponed for Hawaii."
With a start or tralnol scientists lo
Inhlnto ami carry on a thorough study
or KlhMicu, to record tho dally liapen
lugs ut tho crater, to clvo the world n
roiuprchcnslvc reiwt or tho phenom
ena or Mlauea and Hawaii's extinct
volcanoes, as well as acting as tlino
keepers ror thopeoiilo ir the Islands,
are the ltal features or the pmitosl
Hon 1'iof. Jaggar brings to Honolulu.
"Kilauea and Manna I)a form n
unique pair of volcanoes, being more
like tho surface or the moon than ati
known or In Iho vvoild," continued
l'ror, .Inggar," tho luvn in each g or u
liquid nature, and the action Is more
constant than in most volcanoes. They
nro relatively sure, and It would ror
this reason bo an excellent ulnm in
establish an observatory."
Whllo Kilauea won known In tin.
scientific World. It is but little linm.l
bf throughout other rouutries In tho
ixivusu ui us woiuiciiiii pnennmeni,
anit It Is the purine of the Institute,
u tiio pcoplo or Hawaii meet Its prop
osition to send a corns of liiiiremuiru
.met assistants here to conduct such an
observatory promised. Pi of. Jaggar
says that the buildings will rust mil.
mntely 2f,i00. thaMlio Institute will
gunranteo to fiiriilsh'thcni, equip them.
inn Hint tbo iwoplo of Hawaii must
guarantee at least I5,0(M) to f 10.000
per year for five years lo defrnv tlm
expenses or tho Institution, m ,mt
ulllmalely an endowment or $100,001
would bo needed to Hiiceessfollv mnv
on the work.
Tho Chamber was crowded w lilt en.
Ihuslastle business men ami many
ladles, and Chairman Jas. K. .Morgan
named u committee consisting or I,, A,
Thurston and J. A. Kennedy to nrl
with him in raising subscription funds,
Already moro than $2500 has been
pledged, which Is half or tho minim,,,,,
amount asked Mr. Mr. Thurston mudo
an earnest appeal on liehair of tbo en
terprise and said lie cmisldeirii timi
It iiioant u great deal commercially ns
well ns bclenlltlcally to Hawaii.
Iho .MassaehusettR Instltlllo or
I'cchnoloirv. one nf iim i.m.ii.,.. ..i..
tlllo Institutions of tho world, Iiiib de
termined tO establish, umnmil,..
station to keep a continuous record of
Pnflll Iflnt'iimntila .., n ...I. ,, . ,
and do loscnrch work in connection
wltli such movements. Tho object of
such work Is the discovery of laws
govornlnir and rntiRnu nrn.itwin,- nn.n..
quakes and lava eruptions;" with n
view io ultimately being ublo lo pro
diet enrthniinkoH ntwl wilr-nnir. .,,.
breaks and thereby minimize their do-
airiicuvcncBS. niriliermore. In -tbo
light of the results or earth study,
such an engineering school as Iho
.Mnsascnusciis institute Is well equip
ped to Investigate what forms of eon.
Htrilctlnn nf hrnihOH tirMtrnu ii,hi,c.
ducts, ttacks and walls will best ro-
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Islst these great natural accidents. A
Iclrcitlar was Issued In Murch, 1009,
outlining the project, signed by Ar-
Itliur A. Nojes, nttlng president of the
Institute; Cleoigo I' Swnln. Ilnywnrd
Professor of Civil, Knglneeiliig, and
Thomas A. .Inggar, Jr , Professor of
Ideology, the last two being Iho heads
(of their respective departments In Iho
"Tho purpose of the science of tleo
physics is to record with Instruments
all the physical and chemical process
es going on In the earth. Itecent dis
aster,! Rllch nu MkuuIi,,. ntwl an I.....,,.
.. ,... .,,,,, ,,, timi-
clsco hnvc shown how defective, for
I humane and prnctlcul purposes, our
Knowledge or llieso iroeesses Is. The
Btu ly or nenr and distant earthquakes,
eohslderlng the earth as n whole, tnn
be conducted as well at ono place-as
at anothei. I'nlll lecently It had been
Intended to establish the proposed
'station at Illue Hill, n point near Hos
ton, whero a meteorological obsorvn-
lory Is located. It bus been the desire
of the Institute, however, to secure n
volcanic site in order to observe the
local activities of a particular volca
no, ns well as tin' waves which pass
through the earth rrom distant earth
quakes. Professor Jaggar hat, for
Bomo tlino past, been Investigating
nud considering this subject. Ho hns
visited lite scenes of tho volcano nnd
enrlhquako disturbances In .Marti
nique, Italy, HI. Vincent, and Alaska.
In April,' ltiOD, he visited the Volcano
of Kllnuen, nnd then went to Japan,
where ho visited the Volcanoes Taru
mai nnd Asnmu In eruption, and also
Btudled tho lemnrknble stations and
Instruments of the Imperial Knrth
qunko Itivestlgiitlou Committee of Ja
pan, "After mature deliberation, Piofes
sor Jaggar Is of the unqualified opin
ion that Kllnuen affords Hie best point
ror the luuitlnii of the proposed ob
servatory limtiim those pint os In the
world which have totne to his knowl
edge, ror tho following Misous:
"I. At other MilritiuM-s the erup
tions ant moro explosive nnd nn ob
servatory located close enough to the
center of activity U In some danger.
Kilauea. while displaying great and
varied netlvlly, Is relatively safe.
"2. Other volcanoes nru more or
less connected In chains, milking many
stations necessary In order to deter
mine tlm relations ot'tho different cra
ters to ench other. Kilauea and Mau
n a I.oa form an Isolated center of
activity, over 2000 miles from the
nearest active vent, so that the phe
nomena of these two vents can be re
corded without compllcUllous occa
sioned by other nearby centers.
".I. Kilauea Is very accessible. The
nearby harbor at Ililo Is only thirty
one miles distant; it may he reached
by railroad and a good drivuwny, and
Honolulu, a center of trndlo and sci
ence, is easily reached In a day.
"I. Tho Central Pacific position Is
unique, and Is of advantage for record
ing distant earthquakes through the'
uninterrupted scalloor which lies be
tween Hawaii nnd many earthquake
places such oh South America, Mexico
and Japan. For expeditions In case of
disaster or .otherwise, a relatively
short route Is assured, with abundant
means of transportation to Pacific nnd
Kaht Indian ports. Kor tho study of
tho deep-seu lloor, Hawaii is obviously
"B. The cllmntn is uniform nnd the
air clear for astronomical work.
-0. Thero uro rrequcnt small earth
quakes, which nro or great Interest for
"7. Tho remarkable distribution or
both hot and cold underground waters
In Haw-nil needs careful study, and
this has an Important hearing on null-
culture as well as upon Kclcnce.
"X. The Territory Is American, and
these volcanoes nro fnmous In the his
tory of science for their Epninrknlily
liquid Invas nncPnearly eouflniious ac
Subject lo changes In detail. It Is
"I. To elect buildings on tho brink
nf tho Volcano of Kllnuon, In which 1o
house Iho Instruments, library, and of
llceo Tor working up and tabulating
tho statistics, records and Information
"2. To het apart a room for a local
museum, to exhibit to Tlsltors Instru
ments, plans, diagrams, mapo nnd pho
tograph.' This will bo of value In ex
citing Interest with it view lo securing
no endowment. ,
"X To welcome advanced students
from either the Institute or other In
stitutions for special work In Hie lab
oratory , ,
"I. To erect subordinate Inslru
niont stations, with self-recording In
struments, nnd to employ voluntary
observers, ut various points hereafter
to be determined. It Is Imped that
eventually some work will bo done by
the start or tho observatory in the
study of tides, souiidlngs, earthquake
waves and the movements of the const
lino or tho island.
"!i. To send expedition-! to other
volcauin and earthquake betln ror ctim
"f. To carry on research, as mny
seem expedient. In terrestrial gravita
tion, magnetism und variation of lati
tude. "7. To make n geological survey of
tho Island of Hawaii. ,It is hoped that
this will lead to a thorough survey of
the whole Territory by tho V. S. Geo
"It la believed that the best results
will be obtained by making iit.ii of
temporary qiuulcrn near the Volcano
t, ........ r..n ,.,,,. ,,, tun vimru In itriler
to mdke'u reconnaissance of the Held,
so that the llunl building may be the
ii-Mill ef home extended experience
IThe main object of nil the work
should ho humanitarian earthquako
luedlcllou nud methods of protecting
Hali Hour Less And the
Liner Would Have
Set a Mark
The O S. S. Alameda yesterda) ent
ered the harbor within n hair hour or
a record run nrter starling rrom San
iVnnelsco an hour and it half late, nnd
brought the first instalment of Hit- Cab
Ifornla vacationists to the Inlands.
riirty-lottr first cabin passages were
f booked mid over a hundred Porto IUc-
ins were shipped In the hteeratte for
woik on the plantations. The trans- lk'1' ''' ,llc Superintendent "f U"'
Jhlpmeiit of Hie latter from n govern-' '''"''' Settlement, ami to accept tin
ment tug In 'Kilsco bat hot occasioned ',lr,'"',Ml w,'lgh(s iiMirtalned nt the
tho delay In the start. Settlement liv sold hiipcrltitendetil
Among the passengers was Mrs. I - ' T,'e l'l'ler must speelfv
Olulrles Olltson, well known In San whether he proposes to deliver tin
r'rnnclsco society circles, who wlh N'1 (1) '" "' Settlement, or (2)
ipentl tho summer In the lslnnds;if- " '' isomer. r ;l l '"ndln
cll Urown, or Honolulu, who left ror ! M'eclllcd by the bidder An bl
3an IVanclsco on business on the Iat,,k'r ,m,J' olT,'r ll,,lvi'r '" "" "r "'
till) or tho Alameda: Miss I. I. Aniiet,."' """ f'legoing met is
te and party, lato of Hie commence
ment v platform of Ucrkoloy High
school, vvlili nu Itinerary calling for
several months in tho various islands
.Hid many obi, Honolulu residents,
most of whom nio coiu'tia bc,c after
several years' Sbsonce.
FINE TOBACCO CROP
C II. lll.tcoW writes Juno loili, 1909.
"We nro now cutting 250 pounds of
green leaf dally and finer leaf no one
c-ver saw. Wo had one leaf yesterdii)
17 Inches wide 2.1 Inches long. I never
iaw n wider leaf.
"Tho tobacco grows firl"r than
weeds so we have but little booing."
The Weekly Edition of.the Evening
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230.
"HpM" Editorial Ttnom Phon 185
f X JC A it X K X H K 3t JC R K X ;l
lire and properly on tho basis of sound
sclent Ilk- achievement.
"Itenults obtained In connection
with nil subjects of Investigation will
bo promptly published In the form of
bulletins nnd memoirs.
"The .Massachusetts lustltulo of
Technology tentatively olTers, through
Professor Jaggar ns its representa
tive: "1. To assume tho enllre responsi
bility or managing ami carrying on
(lie station anil 'all of the work Incl
"2. To erect nil necessary buildttigs
and equip the same with the aid uf a
gift from tho Caroline A. II. Whitney
Kstnte of llostou, tho establishment In
be named the Whitney (leophyslcnl
Observatory of tho Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology.
"3. To appoint trained men of sci
ence to have direct and Indirect
charge of all tho permanent work of
tho station nnd its branches, paying
their salnrlcjs and to organize the staff
nf the observatory ns a branch of tho
Research Laboratory of Physical eco
logy. In llostou The payment of sal
aries by Hie Institute, however, shall
Include only Faculty members. Sub
ordinate assistants nnd servants may
be paid from tho Income fund.
Cost and Available Money.
"It Is estimated that tho buildings,
furniture nnd equipment necessary for
the purposes above set forth will even
tually cost from 120,000 to S2!,000.
This, together with the salary of tbo
resident Faculty otllcer, and tlm serv
ices of Administrative and Visiting of
llrers of tho Hi-search laboratory, rei
lesentB the present limit of Jho llnan
clal resource's of the institute avail
able for this purpose. It will cost
more lo nstAbllsh a station at Kllaue.i
than It would to place it at Illue Hill,
Massachusetts. It is estimated that
tho pay lit assistants and laborers, and
running expenses, such ns Instruments
transportation, repairs, supplies, and
expeditious will amount to at least
17000 per annum. The Inslltulo lias
already received contributions toward
ope rating expenses of S220O.
"The Institute nsks from tho rill
ions nf Hawaii n subscription of $!,
000 per. annum, guaranteed for nt
lenst llvo years from tho elsto when
operations at tho station shall begin.
As the piuposcd work of day to day
rqcord with Instruments must, nbovo
nil things, bo permanent, It Is assum
ed that this beginning will lend to nu
endowment. All eventual endowment
of 1100,000 would assure tho perma
nency of Iho establishment.
"If the income above Indicated is
guaranteed, Proressor Jiiggnr, now
stopping In Honolulu on his return
rrom Japan, will nt once enter Into
communlcatlnntloii with llostou und
undertake to locntb and etsnbllsh u
station at Kllnuen, beginning work ui
ouco. It Is Imped to get the llrst In
struments, Which nro now on hand 111
Ilnston, set up nnd In operation this
summer. These include a selsmn.
j graph, an equatorial telescope and n
,r,,Llt- ,,ili,.r lnuliiininiilL ilili.i will
j uu obtained In Japan, the Dulled
states nnd (!ermauvure tromometers
unit strong-motion 'seismographs, mi
crophones and pyromoters, and some
special phynlcnl and photoErnphlc np
Olllce of Hie Hoard of lleililt
Honolulu. Ilaffttll, June to, l'tol.
Ti:i)i:its mit iiixf cvni.i;
Healed tenders, In duplicate, n
ciorsed 'TIl.NMlKltS mil IIHW CVI
TI.1V will bo received at the ttlllti
or the Hoard or llenllli, tint II U'
o'clock, noon, Titesda.v, Juno 22d,
11109, for suppllng the Leper Set
tlement, Molol.al, with beer cattle
fcr the perioil of six months ficitn
July 1st, 19HJI. to December Hlsf,
19011, under the following ituidl
1. The bidder must olTei In fur
lilsh beer ca'lle to weigh not leti
than 3iiU pounds net when (Intrfil
M lt averaging about tin head pei
'month, mofo or less, as ma .be spec!
.1. Hides. Iiillow mill offnl In tic
the ptoperty or the Hoard of He-tlih
1. Ilarh bill must be for the price
per pound dressed weight wit It n'i
alternative offer of the prti pt
fi. The successful bidder mut
ngreu that lilt cattle are olTcrcd for
dcllvefy subject to Hie light of 'lie
Supcrliitciidenl of the 1., i i Settle
ment to reject au.v or nU unlit for
use. In which event iitliei c itlle
must be forthwith furnlsheil t"
make up the required number nnd
tlioso rejected roithvvlth removed n'
the expense or the bidder.
All bids must l" suhniltted In tie
cordance with ami be subject to the
provisions anil Tequlrement of Act
02, Session Laws 1909
Pur further Information apply nt
the olllco of the Hoard of Health
Till: HOAItl) Ol
Tin: iiOAiti) or hiiai.th,
i: A. MOTT-S.M1T1!
1331-10 ll lis President.
Office of 'he Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 10, 190!)
TKNDKItS IX)lt HtiPPI.IKS INSANi;
Sealed tenders. In duplicate, en
dorscd "TKNIinitS 1X1JI INSANI
ASYLUM," Tor furnishing the In
sano Asylum, Honolulu. City ini-1
County or Honolulu, with suppllci
ror the period or six months from
July 1, 1909, lo December' 31, 1909
will be received at the ntllce or tin
Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock
loon, Tiicsd.i, Juno 22(1. 1909.
Spcclllcatlons und u list of ' the
Kind or supplies requited, and other
Information, may bo had upon aitpll-1
cation nt tho olllco of the Hoard of!
All bids must be made on forms
furnlsheil by the Ho.in of Health
iwid must he submitted In uccordnnci
will, anil he subject to, I lie provis
ions anil lequlrcmcnts of Act 02. Ses
sion Laws 1909.
Till: HOAItl) OP HIlAIni.
IJ, A. MOTT-S.MIT1I
133 1-Hit Ily Its President,
The Hoard of I.lcenfo Commission
ers ror the City and Count of Hono
lulu will hold' u meeting nt the In
centive Iliilldlug on Monday, Juno
28th, 1909, ut I p. m. to consider
the application of John P. Was. ni
executor of the will of 1'. A. Dins,
for u renewal of the Saloon License
now held by him, to sell Intoxicat
ing liquors at Walpalui, Kwa, un
der the provisions ut Act 119, Ses
sion Laws of 1907. '
All protests or objections against
I the Issuance of u license under said
, application should be Died with the
Secretary of tho Hoard not later than
the tlino bet for said healing.
CAIIL03 A. I.ONO.
Secretary Hoard of I.l-
4321 May 29; Juno 5, 12. 19.
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