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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. MOli'IMY. APJ1. !Z, 1910
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
BAIN GODS AND AKUAS
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET
Mw J. Rosenberg,
' Alexander Young Building
Sreumaker from Parii. Stylish
Dn'sses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
soiable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
(Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
LEADING HAT CLEAJNKKB.
I All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
la Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
f FELIX TURRO, Specialist,' "
154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
'Honolulu. T. H. "
YEE CHAN & CO.
, Corner Kbit; and Bethel
WAH CHONG CO,
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new and
fteth from the Coast.
jWAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wan Ying Chong Co.,
Kino; St., Ewa Fish Market
.W1JNG CHOJNQ CO
KING ST.. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
, . for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
lethel St., Between Kinjr and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
OU Nuuanu Street
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
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?. 0. Box 061 Telephone. 031
79 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Suey no
stairs. Occidental Meals downstairs.
' ' CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
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OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
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All you need is a bath
tub, water, a cake of
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Ivory Soap is far and
away the best bath soap
there is. It floats. It
lathers freely. And a
cake of it is so large that
it covers a lot of surface
quickly and thoroughly.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Stmt, above Union Square
justtppoilM nolcl St. Fr6cU
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingj cost $200,000. nigriclasshotel
atmoderate rates". Cehter of theatre
and retail district. On carlines trans
ferring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
ITotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Special attention to Honolulu trade,
r ' Rates
Without bath .... -.81.50 per day np
With bath 2.00 per day up
Meals table d' hote or a la carte
Management of Gus 0. Lara.
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER. Phone 301.
4577 Mar. 20? Apr. 2, 9, 16, 23.
by a. rlass of beer
as served at
C. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
Hotel and Bethel
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER AND
NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT
FULL" MOON AND, A GOOD TIME
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania, Sts.
Fine furnished rqoma, si iter day
1)0 and upwards por month. Splen
MRS. 0. A.. BLAISDELL. Prop.
. WAIKIKI INN
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathinp on the Beach
W. 0. BERGIN. Prop.
M. A. Gunst Si Co.
Sixty-Inch Reflector Is
Set Up And Is Ready
Thp Mount Wilson solar observatory,
aided l)jr n magnificent endowment
from tho Carnegie Institution, la un
doubtedly tlio most extensive and host
o(ulppoil oliservntory ror optical space
penetration for refined and effective
photographic work, and for elaborate
spectroscopic research In tho United
States, and perhaps on the glolie. Its
high elevation leaves morn than a mllo
of the densest portion or the ntnios
tilicin liclow It and n rorresmindlnc
purity of atr and ''good seeing" pre-!
Us low lalltuda Rives It n wider
and richer rone of stars south nf the
celestlol equator than any other In pro
olisenatory of tho northern hemis
phere. The prevailing sunny days,
and tho elenr night skies, enable ob
servers to uso their Rplcndlil cqui
nient innru days In tho cor than thoso
located In less fnvored countries on
oltlier sldu of the Atlantic.
The Kreat Co-Inch reflector, tho lnrg.
est and best mounted In tha world,
was completed and first used for oh
servatlons In December 1808, The"
neb llao thus far photographed Include
the Kreat nebula In Orion, tho great
in hula In Andrpmedn, tho Pleiades, tho
Hltr; Neiiuia in L.rn, tno ijunin nen
Nebula, atld sctcral others.
1 1 Is anticipated that spectroscopic
oh crvatlons of Arcturns will ennblo
tho astronomer to determlno the pres
sure hf the atmosphere; a result which
would lie as Important as It would ho
gratifying, 1'rof. Knptevn has been
lnC8tlgatlng what ho calls the selec
tive loss of llRht In its progress
through snare. Ho lias conio io the
conclusion Hint tho rod stars nro tho
distant ones, or rather, that tho light
of any star when removed to a great
er iltstunco will tend to show red In
cnnBequenco of the absorption ot the
other rays bv Interstellar space.
Tho grinding of tho lens of tho
great Co-Inch reflector, and the con
structlon of tho heavy, complicated
mounting of the same, occupied many
months or incessant labor at tho Pa
sadena laboratory, after which they
yero transported up the Bleep moun
tain road on specially devised motor
chicles. They wero finally housed In
the steel building and dome and lmo
been doing splendid sonlco during tho
A ilouhlo tower, inn reel in height,
has been constructed for what Is call
ed tho tower telescope; that Is, n
supporting tower on n deep and firm
foundation. Is sin rounc(ed by ti .discon
nected external tower to protent vibra
tions from nlr currents, also to nld lu
insuring equable tcmpcratiiic.
Amongst other Important observator
ies may bo mentioned tho Lowell Ob
servatory located at Flagstaff In tho
north central portion of Arizona, on a
mean having an nltlttitfe slightly ex
ceeding 7000 feet, being tho highest
observatory elovntlon In tho United
States. It Is equipped with ono of
the few very large refractors of tho
world Its objective having a 24-Inch
aperture. With this great Instrument
the director, Dr. Pcrclval Lowell, bro
ther of tho present head of Harvard
University, has made observations that
aro epoch making In their Importance.
Tho Loncll Observatory Is locato.1
on Kcho Mountain nt an altltudo of
3C0O feet, and has a refractor of lG-lnch
nperturo, which does ery good work
undor tho management of Prof. IMgar
II. Larkln, who succeeded tho veteran
astronomer, Lewis Swift, a few years
ago. Tho telcscopo Is open to tho
public on Saturday and Sunday oven
Incs of each week.
An observatory with nti 8 Inch equat
orial rcfrnctor capable, of doing re
search work has been established at
Tueson, in connection with the Uni
versity of Arizona. Ppniona Collego
has a small but well equipped obser
vatory. It has an excellent refractor
with an 8 Inch object glass. Much o(
this data appeared In tho Mid-Winter
edition of tho Los AngeI6s Times un
dor tho slgnuturo or William II
Tho personnel of tha observatory,
which ncludes Prof. rerd nand ui or
man. who Is now In this city to take
photographs of Hallcy's comet, Is a-
Dr. Oeorge K. Halo, Ph.D., F.US.,
Prof. W. S. Adams, In charge of tho
nowly organized department of stellar
Prof. P. H. Sears, superintendent of
tho computing division.
Dr. Arthur II. King, superintendent
of tho physical division, ,
Prof. tl. W, llltciuoy, directs inq
woik of tho optical shop.
Ferdinand Ellorman In 'thargo ft
tho spcc(roh(;lloRriipIis of tho Snow
and tower telescopes.
Dr. O. i:. St. John, engaged 'n In
vestigating and photographing certain
phases of (bo solar otmesphoro.
II, D. Dabcock, formerly of tho Na
tional Hurenu of Standards, occupied
with stellar photography in txinncc
Hon with tho sixty-Inch reflector.
Dr. IJ. A. Fath, cngaed In photo
graphing tho spectra of ncbulao and
Dr. C. M. Olmstoad, engaged In tho
Pasadena laboratory of the observa
W. I. Way. assistant In producing
photographs with tho flvo-foot spectre
heliograph, The MIbbcs Wnro, Lasby. Smith. Bur-
woll, Wlckhnm and Waterman ao on
gaged In nrlmiH duties conectod with
tho computing division,
Dlicclor Halo spent several months
of 'tho pasV season In Euroiw whero,
as president of tho international So
ciety for Solar Research, ho addressed
tho Iloyal Society of Imdon 'and was
elected to membership In'that body.
Prof. 8earos was formerly profostor
ot astronomy and director ot tno miws
Observatory of the Unlmr-lly of Mis
souri, Prof. J. C. Knntejn of the Unlierslty
of fironlngen, fesearch assistant of the
Uflrnogio instituthin, spent several
months on Mount 'Wilson In inns, and
again In 11)09
Dr1, II, O, flnle, professor of phjslcs
In, tho University of Chlngo. and re
search nssoclatc of tho Cirneglo Insti
tution, Is Intcstlgatlng tho spnrk spec
tra of metals In connection with the
spectrum of tho sun's limb.
Dr. OlorRlo Abctll of the olnenrtory
of Arcetrl, riorence, nnd Krtsllnti liws
of Chrlstlanln, spent some month on
Mount Wilson as assistants In 1909,
Dr. C. W, Chamberlain professor of
physics nt Vassar Collego, cm led on
special research at tho laboratory.
Dr. Leonard n. Ingcrsoll, professor
of physics nt tho' University of Wis
consin, nsslsted Dr. Abbott In inaklug
There wob -another nutn nccldent
yesterday mnrnlfig In which n China
man was tho Ictltn. C. J II Helm
who wna on his way out King street,
nnd admits tint ha was going at n
fairly good qllp, saw n Chinaman nhead
of him carrying a sack. He blew his
horn continuously but tho man did not
seem to henr It and when unite eltiso
to tho man Mr. Helm swung to one
side. At tho same tlmo tho Chinaman
turned In the snmo direction and the'
result was nn unavnldalilo collision.
Tho man was knocked down nnd ap
peared to be so badly hurt that Mr.
Helm phoned for the jkiIIcc. In fact
he thoncht that tho' man was dead.
Before tho pollco arrived however
the man showed signs or lire ami neon
took him In his nuto to tho Queen's
hospltnl. It was shown rrom nn exam
Inatlon Hint tho Chlmman had suffer
ed a scoro concit'slon of tho brain
but rallied shortly after ho was treat
ed. Other wounds consisted of two
bad scalp cuts which required seeral
stitches to close.
Tho only witness of the nccldent
was a Japanese who stated that he did
nol consider tho drives of the nutn to
he In tho least to blaino fpr1 thu nccl
dent ns ho saw tho wholu thing:
No hlamo Is uttnehed to Mr, Dehn
as bo Is known to b'u one of the mbst
careful drivers In tho city.
A nccu or nnrt of the accident was
the fact, that tho man was hit by the
rear end of the machlno Instead of the
forward end, The road was exceed'
Ingly slippery from tho rains and wncn
Mr Helm saw that trouble was ahead
ho Jammed on the hrakes so hard that
tho auto slowed, clearing tho man with
the front end but knocking him down
with thn rear end
Tho Chinaman Is Cl cars f ago
and the doctors cannot sny jet ns to
tho ontcomo of tho csbo,
HAD WIHS OUT
Good Golf at Ccmntrv Club on Sun
day Rain Does Not Stop the
At tho Country Club on Sunday,
thn medal tournament was played off
by a big crowd 'of golfers, and the
sport Was much enjojed by every
one, although rain fell nt times.
Frank Hulstead won out with n
score of 79, nnd he showed goon
form. His hnndliap was 7, nnd Ld-
munds, who was.tqe runner-up, scor
ed 83, with a handicap ot 13.
Tho links are In beautiful condi
tion, nnd nil tho arrangements for
tho luncheon at tho club were per
fect. .Most of tho members stajed
all day at the club and enjojed
themselves to the limit. The offi
cial scores nre ns follows:
O' S V.
Frank Hnlstead ,..1S 41
C. i:, Edmunds ..,. Go 4n
Win. Simpson t2 45
J. J. Belser 58
den. Angus 48
S. O. Wilder fi4
II. II. Walkor CO
II. A. Jordan CO 03 129 27 10J
F. V. Kle,lnhn ....Unftiilshed
A. F. Kwurt .Unfinished
K. C. Monro Unfinished
A. K. Jordan Unflnlslicd
Frank Armstrong.. Unfinished
J. V. Fenwlck ....Unfinished
HEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record April 22, 1910,
JoaiiulnivDcnls by fifty to Amcmann
U Hollo IIS
Joamlin Denis by nttv to Arncniann
& UbltG : L
JJtinouli) Dpnlz to Francisco Donlr.PA,
uanu uoucgo y trs to ujwin u
nistou .' D
Rdwln n Klston to Trs of Oahu Col
lego .'m M
A, C, Spohlor to Hermann Huga,,PA
Chas.n. Bishop to William O.1 Smith
ot al Trs Amcndmt Tr D
Hawn Star Nowspapor Assn Ltd to
Mergenthaler Llnotyiie Co CM
Allen & Robinson Ltd to Frod Knock
and wf ,.., Itel
Fred Kaec and wf In nank of Ha
waii. Ltd ,M
John Kulaluhl to Amoc Alio D
Kcuka Kukahao ct al by utty to Plo-
ncor Mill Co. Ltd L
Kalllanu Kniiela by atty to Pioneer
Mill Co Ltd , I'
Entered for Record AprrZ3, 1910,
F. M. Swnnzy and wf to Paaulln
Agictl Co Ltd O
acq W Mnhlkoa to on llamni-Voiing
Co 1-td '. ' CM
Harry T. Mills and wf to Pioneer
Bldg. & Ioaii Assn of Hnw ,..,..M
Charles M Canko Ltd In Lincoln L "
McCnndless ., D
Paw Paw, Midi. I suffered terrl-
Diy iron) lem.Ue 111$,
m.itluii nnd conges
tion, for several
jenrs. -My doctor
s.ild there was no
& hope forme but nn
operation, j ucgan
ble Compound, and
I can now say 1 am
a well woman."
Another Operation Avoided,
Chicago, III. "1 want women to
know what that wonderful medicine,
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pound, hasdonb for me. Two of the
best doctors In Chicago said I would
die If I did not have nn operation, and
L never thought of 'seeing. a well day
again. 1 had a small tumor nnd female
troubles so that 1 suflcred day and
night. A friend recommended J.jdla
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
and It mada me u well woman." Jfrs.
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Lydla K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com.
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iss proved to be the most successful
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Good Irish setter puppies See .1.
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TananeM Employment Awociation,
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fee 8Inf Kee-Plnmber and Tiniaith,
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