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BVENlNG BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, MAn. 11. 1910.
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BAN FRANCisCO, Mar. 10. A
tonight from Ban Luis Obispo, In Southern California, to Santa Rosa.
The shock caused a scare and started
damage vaa .done. , ..
In the San Francisco and Oakland
from their seats when the ihock came and started for the exits. They
were promptly shopped. -
All over both cltlea, thousands of people rushed from vbujldlngs of all
sorts Into the streets. ,. .
At San Jose there was a slight theater panic.
The shock was especially severe at Afodeslo and-AVatsonvllle, ,ln
both of these cities the Western Union telegraph pperators left, their .
keys and fled -from their offices. ." ' ' ' ''
The seismograph at the Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton, Show
ed the duration .of the shock, to have been eight seconds.
COASTWISE BILL IS ON. , . .
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 10. Dalegate Kalanlanaolo and his
secretary,- George II. McClellan, spoko
mittee on Territories on the merchant
sion of coastwise shlrfplng regulations
tween Hawaii and the mainland, i no bin provides for suspension tor u
period of six years. '" "''
Congressman 'JUIIus kalin of California opposed the .meA8urcx aml
representat,tves.jpf -the seamen's and marine engineers' uulons.alBO ap-"
peared before' Jhe committee 'and voiced their oypo8Hon,,to tholilll.
Kabn stated .during tho hearing before the cqmmlttee 'that suspen
sion of tho, coastwise regulations would throw the .passepgerT bnj!ucns.;
between California and Hawaii into tho hands of the Japanese steam-
ship coniiianJcK;: ,t t yiiv y
The Fast Moving Visitor
Is Gaseous, And The
' Earth Solid
In n recent address delivered by
Prof. Edwin D; Frost; director of tho
Ycrkcs. observatory at William's Bay,
Wisconsin, the fqlqwlnB , fact )n
regard-to. Halley a comet, may provo ot
Interest toN D U 1 1 e 1 1 n, readers:
".Halley's comet, on which all eyes
In-the astronomical w,qrld,aro.nqw cen
tered, .Is ."obout ,1,0,00,000. Um9S as. b'jg
as tho.'eajjh. Vet although the earth's
gravity may change tho orbit of tho
comet the earth's imth throush tho sky
will bq.uhaffected by thp. approaching
proximity oi the two. bodies.
This Buppiomenis miormation con
tained In n "circular respecting obser-
I vatlon of Halley's comet, 1910,", which
has lust been .issued .uy mo Astronom
ical and Astrophyslcsl Society bot
America, The, circular 'says that, on
expedition .to obs'ervp and, 'photograph
Halley's comet from the Hawaiian Isl
ands Is to bo sent .put by tho, society,
and sets, lorth; lhat: -
tin ylewrf.ot posslhlo largo perturba
tions arising from thoxloso approach
oMho comet to Venus on May 1 and to
the earth on May 1J, meridian obser-'
vatlons ' are., especially desired during
tho period In which tho 'comet is siVDcI
cntly bright for thai "purpose."
V,What aro those po'ssblo large per
turbations?" Prof.. Frost was isked
''Th't imeroly means'," .was tho ,ro
ply, "that .on 'th'o'so date's the come;
will, ha.uear enough' to tho planets
mentioned to bo affected by their at
WllKtbat affect their orbits?"
Vlt won'ti'affict' tho orbit of Venus or
of !tho,,eartli, but It Is likely to affept
the comet s oruit. inat is ono reaspn
why woiWant to k'efmcrldlsn observa
tions, .jwblch will show almost exactly
theso .orbital' changes.' . '
J'Thexo, will Uo'ifrf Ihtcrostlng' spec
tacle. by ,tho way, on May T, when tbo
comet, linear to Venus. Tho planet,
and tljpi.comet will bo practically thef
samo jUlstapco irom mo cann una py
oiy oop.wiu bo abioito sco tneir rem
(Tlia,comot's bulk exceeds that ot
Venut about l'OOO.OOO tlmcB. It Is not,
solid niattcr, howover. it is gaseous,
and IJa-mass is comparatively slight.
Therefore- Its attraction will not affect
the planpts, while tho solid heavy plan-,
eta aro'.Uk'ely to affect It n good deal.
TIjo oarth and' 'Venus aro about thO;
samo ,SVEQ, so iiihi. mo carui- iw i
about one-millionth of' tho bIzo of the
cornet" n ,. . '
Frederick Ellcrnian of tho Solar Ob
Rervatiiry.at Pasadonn, Cal.,wlll hood
tlm Hawaiian1 exneditlon.
Tho circular on Halley's comet warf
IssuoilW .thecommittee pn comets pt
tho society. On this commltteo are
rrots.fleorpo C. Comstock ot Modi;
son, 'Wis,: .Edward , B. Barnard and
BdwIn.D. FrosUof ho,,Yerkas obspry
atory: Charles D. Perrlna .and Ed
ward,- O. Pickering oft llarjrary, Unl
voAlty.. f j . ' ' V
Says the. circular:. , V r
"The, close approach-of-the comet to
the earth promises unubuafi opportu
nity for a study o'f-'tbo physical condi
tions that obtain In such a body, and
as an .Indispensable basis fpr ipuch,
study.' .the., committee, recommends a
Photographic campaign ps long and
as nearly, conunuous' as yvsaiutu. i.iw
comet's qfoso proximity to tne sun b
direction at 'the time of maximum bril
liance lmppjie,,scTb9ii8. limitations, up-.
on thls.nragram, and widely extended
co-oneratlon will, be required .through
out tho whole qlreult of, the. earth ,lf
this lilpal of, a continuous photographic
record Is to bo o.vcn romotcly roa
llze.1." , .,u, , .
"All meteors, aroibltB ot .solid .mattor
supposed to ho debris of comets
s)mrp car'thqfmlie shock wns. felt
numerous theater pnnlcs, but no
theaters many people jumped
today before the House, Com
marine .bill, proposing a suspen
as .applied to passengers be
) ifatt n -.ft t'.7 t,ir ;n
which travel around In comets'
wakes." continued Pro(.Y6st.! "Tiey
nro not' .visible uhlcsB th'eVcome'wItli-
in 100 miles of tho. earth that lsun
less they comcwlthln tho earth's at
mosnhcrc. "Tho theory' that n comet's tail Is
longer when It Is neatest th5 sun Is
pomewhat awry. 'ni'XJreticaiiy it
would be so. b'ccai:-o it Js tho roactlon
from tho sun's, light hfch causes the
emanation' of streaming vapors that
form tho tall. But actual observation
shows that when a comet-Is. hear the
sun there aro other .'Changes In Its
composition which offset' tho greater
Yorco' of this reaction of. light. A
comet's head, for Instance,- shrinks
when near the sun Instead of expand
8 I i
PORTLAND. GIRL IS r , . .
HEROINE .OF CRATER
Kits Margaret Smith, spares. Danger
of Penetrating Bnrnine fit.
Portland Tolegram, Fob. 9 A-
young Miss ot Portland parentage
has, been ono of the few women to
make the-daring trip down Into th'o
crater' ot Kllaiiea., t6 a point, wltliln
r. tow, feet of the eternal fiVe" pit that
Is. known among, thq natives as Ha-
icmaumau. Jkiiss jkiargare smifa,
daughter of-John' U.-BmiU, a boQ
ot old Ynrhhlll, and once-'n proml-1
nent lawyer .and politician ot this
city, Is ihoiherblns.) 1 ft Vf ?j
Aiost tourists going to Hlio, or me
Hawaiian group, visit Kllauea, tho
famed volcano wlthitho, boiling tavn.;
nut tourists os a rulo stanff out'oni
the cilia of the rrea't crater.-and Iooki
cfown Into tho expanse. wltij;plciijyi
of safe dlsfance betwcen''hcm afid'
the 'eternal fire, Only n few of the
more daring men havo descended1
Into the pit of tho crater where-tho-
lava bubbles, and It Is reported from'
the Hawaiian center' that not ono
woman In a million wonld rlsk'jtho1
trip, ilss Smith was accompanied
In her descent by 'Miss Louise ureen-
11U1U. UI1U LHU lllBU. i. u. ncvuau
n'nd John Flanagan. .,, I
When the party reached the cra4
tcr edge, all concluded that they
would risk tbe journey Into the
burning, pit., M carefully '.crepfe
down 'thq, precipice, bordering the pit.
until - xney w;ere on-ine nui, uiinyai.
soft' black lava '.next to thefTnolten)
mass. In describing this ,, part pr
their experience, the Hawaiian (Her
ald, published at Hllo, say's:
"There they -rcmaino'd 'for nearly
"an hour, watching tho -evet-eliahV-Inc
Bcene, the rolling and plashthtr
of,. tho fire, occasionally being ,coni-
yeiieu to ciiuhku lueir iniwwi .w
lava roso noid crept,,abovo the sur
roundlnir blackness, or as the lav-t
beneath tielr feet softened 'so that
they began to sink toward tne nicit
orlng flames that could be.seentbo
low. FcaTless but cautlonsly, tney
enjoyed tho novelty of trie sltuutton'
apd tho resulting ecltempt."'
EXPERIENCE THE PLEASURE '
fii .,....: ,i" i, . t
of freodo monco more, Jroni that, an-.
uoyuiK, racKiiiH cuuku. - mivu i-uuh
Balsani affortU rpllcf whpn everything
H.IV4 ioit 'at Kalthi VaUey, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen'
houses; stable. Well fenced, laeal
place for a chicken ranch'. , '
,Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad-1
joining 'above.A j?
P. E. R. StRAUCH
74 S. Xing St.
MEDICAL BATTERIES THE KIND
! THAT WORK
Union Eloptrio Co.,
GQ ON A STRIKE
.Doyoukuow wlmt 'atonic dyspciylii"
means? It js,; purhapt, tho cnmmoucft
form of Htomacll trirablc. Most leoplo
liavo hail it, liavo U now or will havo it
It is canted by n lack of tone of the
system, debilitated stomach, blood .or,
liorreH. far IliLri'tlirmt nrn lntlmntf.lv
deicudeut oil ono another. Stcrautch
troauie roM mo ijooii ,qr uonnsiimcj ,
iiiiu uiuuu lucHup Kiarveu ucitpi, nc rv- '
ousuess and neuralgia: ' 'U'O'
. .And It is precisely this Intordepcn--deuce
of tho stoinarh, blood aud nerves
that makes l)r. Williams' rink Pills
sncli valuable home remedy.. A blood
builder aud nerve tonic, tliey keep tho
stomach in jierfect. coiidltiou, provided
it Is not nlitiKil by iinproiier diets.
. Mrs. . J. Banllck, a fanner's wife,
of Campbrll, Csl.. was cured of ftomaoh
troublo by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and
recommends them to other sufferers.
- ."Tlirco years ago I had stomach
trooblo. and mrvousncFs arid think It
wm due to overwork. My stomach did
hot worn to digest tho food and I got so
that I could not tat much of' onvtlilng.
Jljis seemed lo tako my strength away
and, , wiiiic ivs nor emiunea to oca, i
linn tn. mvn nn mv worn, i was verr
nervous npd on idly excited. I could not
seem to get any strength and was very
"I was .treated by two doctors who
said that my blood wm Impoverished.
gTow -worse, if anything, under thslr
treatmsnU MT.dsugtitfr read, aboot
Dr Williams' Pink Pills and brought
home a box for tne to try. Although I
hnd.'bVen sick for several weeks, I was
soon helped by the pills. My, appetite
picked, up ard jine rood,. was .aigesiea.
I bo'ttnn to .get f troujtersnd.ln short
tlmO I was enrrd. I m glad to tell of
my ;rxperlrnca, wliirli 1 liopo will DO oi
helii to other ruffrrers."
.The remedy- that'eored Mrs. Bnrdick
is aanrmnteea f rco from opiates or harm
fnl drum. . . - , .
DrvWIllsms' Fluk PiUs.,are,eold by
all drmnrlsts.'nr.wlll bo scnt.DOstrald,
in'r..'p.lnt nf nril-o. CO cents XKX box: six
boxes for fi.w, by tne ur. wiiuami
Acopy or onr diet dooe win ie tnauea
ape (p. anyone wno wonts to do coreu,
Board' of Health Jrhink it Advisable
to Have No Harbor. Fish Taken
While .There Is Suspicion ci.Dis-
' i ease Present.
Notwithstanding tho fact, that from
'he results Hi a later an(V,moto"tlior
ough investigation of the sickness, oh
thO Tatnon Marti, now held Ituquaran-
trnV It has been decided that the ap
parent malady on hoard tho vessel .Is
not. cholera, tho Board of Health has
docldcd to establish prohibitive, fish,-',
Ing'llmllH about the harbor.
f The flat to that effect has not been
ISsued yet hut tt Is up to President
Mott-Smlth to do, so.
A harborlishlug enterprise, was to
be, started .today but tho noard has
seen fit to put a stop to It until tho
waters about tho harbor havo. cleared
up to an extent that there would bo no
danger of contamination from cholera-
In answer to an objection. to such an
order regarding nearby fishing by ,J.
F. Morgan, l)r. liondy explained now-
ImiKjrtant It was to .throw every safo
gildrd i about tho city and to tnko no
chances when thero was any suspicion
of. tho dread dlseaso being near tho
I Id. ornlinltlA ttinr ll.n nnn.flnht1t-
tirdcr will bo Issued, today. '
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Ml IIUUIIUIISIUHU H
AT THE EMPIRE.
."Trained Birds," which wag show'
at tfip Emplro, was ono of tho most
woudorful and Interesting story pic
tures; It held tho attention of the chil
dren from start to finish 'and tho
grownups wcro equally fauclnatcU., To
day and tomorrow "Blesslngtpn's Bon
ny Babies," Is another ot thosoetory-
pictures which not only nmuso but In.
sjruct; It shows the Interior of a doll
factory, of how they aro ma,do .apd,
who they aro madp for. "Who Dis
cover! tho' North Polo?" Is- a picture
wnicn snouiu "0 seen uy on wno are
Interested In this world wldo discus
sion.- Comedies! "He foil In love with
his wife;" can anyonoln tholr wildest
Imagination conceive of .such a jwssl
blllty? "Why Qlrls Lcavo "UokTf
Thlu In iVrn mnnipntona niKlttlih-U
"Why?" MIs'b Wall VIII notappe'sfrW
tho Empire. o rl
r ., 'PARK'THEATER. v') o'
"Tho' Scnorlta," one of Slice's, groat
western pictures, will bo tho featura
film at the Park for theibalanco of tho
wp'ek. Being laken In the, West It IS'
full of bcauttrul natural sccnory, excit
ing 'action and good horsemanship.
Thero will also bo an excellent num
ber of other subjects, among which
wll bo qne-of those sidesplitting com
edies, Walker and Sturm, tho twd
best Jugglers, o.yor .seen hpro,. will, bji
popular request, Introdnce a p.irt o(
their famou's,t,enns raekct.at wlch tq
those who havo seen It needs, no word
of comment nnd Is well worth scelntt
again; to those- who havo not seen It)
don't miss this opportunity to seo. It:
fWAlf T ;
Everyone to know that J, E. Itocha,
tho tailor, has removed from the
Harrison building to Rooms 35
and 36, Young Hotel., 4SrH-lm
fclesn wiping rags at the Bulletin of-
Young man, who is first-class book-
ikcoper, stenographer and typist,
.wishes position. Address "Com
petent' Ilullctln office. tf
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1UUUK IUU TU..IB V.V..VU. w. uvv- .
keening" position. First-class rot-
oronccs. Address "A," Bulletin
office. ' 4540-tf
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. U.
Matzle, 1407 Auld Lane. Tel. 1C64.
Coachman wants position to drive
nhd take care of horses. Bost of
references., "S.", Bulletin office.
Pass book No. 8177. Return
Bishop's Savings Bank.
Phone, 600 .and ask for Car No. 4S2
, Frpd Noy'cs' new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Karj Always ready. .
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phono -199.. Young Hotel Stand;
Chaa. Roy holda, , , ,4040-tf
rananew Empioymeai AiiiociitioB.
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Call
up phono C97 It you want a cock,
good boy or. servants. t -
tt ling Ke-Flnmber tad Ttuadtk,
, Smith SL, bst. Hotel and Paaahl.
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Dry and green awa root InWg'e and
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Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
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