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A Little Hint'
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HOKOLIL'J IRON WORKS
OF THE SKIES
To tell Iho renders' of tho Hullo-'
1 1 11 whero and how to find tho enmel
Is nti old Btnry now and tho merest
child In tho city can tell Just whore
It ought to bo oven If they cannot
Hut they could sop It If they would
got up early enough In (do morn
ing for It has Jioon In plain view for
neatly two weeks now and h n most
beautiful night In tho eastern sky at
about (on minutes past four.
It might bo a good plan for lai) bones
to get up somo morning In tho com-
.,, t ,.,, ..,u v ,wi uiu
comot la not gopg to bo )hcro for
long. Of courso It Is oxpeclcd io ap-
pear in tho evening sky shortly and
then will bo vIbIIjIo from early ovo-
nlng on to a lato hour. And then
ogalnMhero Is a chnnco that ns it
comes out Into view after crossing
tho sun's faco it may tako a notion
to go oft a( n tangent and lazybones
would miss tho sight of his life. Thcro
Ih no lolling what a comet will do.
Although bowcts arc no longer re
garded with supcrsltlous awe ns In
olden times, yet they arc apt lo cause
unnecessary alarm. Kor Instnncc,
oven In our present enlightened dav
a letter was recently Inserted In tho
Olifor'valory, nddrcsited lo tho editor
by an nlarmer Britisher, who feared
the present nppearanco of Uallcy'a
comet might bo nn III omen In con
nection with tho posHlblo I n.mlcm of
Hngl.iud by tho ClernuniM. Somo
alarm has nUo been aroused by the
statement that In all probability tho
earth will pass through tho tall of tho
comet on tho inornln; of May l'J nnd
that on that oe:aulnu tho head of tho
romet will bo about 12,n00,0rtO or 13,
000,000 nillcrt distant.
According to tho calculations ot
Frank H. Seagrave. an astronomer, of
Providence. 11. I., ho llnds by computa
tions ns delicate as trigonometry and
tho micrometer enri make them, tint
nn May 19 tho comet will cross tho
piano of tho earth's path. It Ib likely
that tho earth will bo enveloped In
tho tall of the comet nnd for a short
period our -net may bo swept by star
"Thcro need bo no senro -over tho
nppionrhlng event, hoovir",Mr. Sea
ginvo rcassurcn us. "Nothing will
happen. Tho end of tho world will
not come. It will bo nothing more
than wo parse 1 through on June 30,
18C1, ' t3 oarlh cut through thu
,-"-! ' I it year. Tho nearest It
rjiild r ccnio to tho earth would
bo 0,235,fllD miles '
I Tn the year 18C1 n (lno comet ap-
jr "ed. It Is not so well remembered
!nj lis merits deserve, hecauso l( h.ii
1 . ...- ... ..'
ppnuii, iiiitiriuiiJiuiy iur us own ru
nown to aiipcir'just three years after
tho celebrated comet of H,ZSt whlct
wan ono of tho most gorgeous ot Its
kind In modem times. Put In 18G1
tho earth mid n novel experience,
On a Hunday evening in mldsumm.T
of that ear tho earth dashed Into tho
comet's tall, or rather It dashed Into
tho earth. The earth was not, It I
true. In collision with Its densent part;
It was only tho end of tho tall which
was encountered. There were, for
tunately, no very disastrous conse
quences. Indeed, most of tho people
never know that, anything had hap
pened nt all, and ,the rest only learned
of tho accident lonf after It was all
ovef. V"r a couplu of hours tha'
night tho earth was actually in the
tali ot tho comet, but so fnr as is
known no ono was Injured or cxpcrl'
enced any alarming Inconvenience.
Thore Is record of only1 ono disaster
arising from tho collision, A clergy
man states tnat in miusnmmer u
was nlflays able In ordinary years lo
read his. sermon . without artificial
Unlit. On this bait culai occasion.
however, tho sky was overcast with a
peculiar glow, while, tho ordinary ugnt
was so much interfered with that tho
sexton had to provldo a pair of can
dles to ennlilo tho clergyman to read
his sermon. Tho expense of thojo
candles was tho only loss to tho eirth
in conseQUCiico ot Its collision with
tho. comet of 1801.
Noye'ithcleas. despite tho escape
from bni 111 In 18S1 and tho reasstirlifg
statements of such an authority a
Prorc'ssor 3. W. Iliirnhnin r'k Yeiko3
Observatory, who tells His wo need pot
ri nhirmcd. for tho comet "Is lioi
going to hurt anybody on this earth,"
et In all probability thoio Vro many
who vlll cast suspicious glanroa l.i
Its direction when It Ib' bright enough
to shlno, resplendent In' tho evening
Xccoidlng to tho best of authorltlos
tho earth Is In for a dazzllnp display
In tho lino of n mcteorlo shower.
What other phenomena will happo'i
cannot bo foretold.
When wo reflect that nn explosion
pn an Insignificant Islet In tho Straits
ot Suuda has sufficed to adorn the
Bunsets of every country fm earthr
what may wo not oxpect as a result o
our passago for n (.hort period through
tho tall of llalluy's comet? Will It
bo n the nnturo of a peculiar glow In
tl(o hky as In tho yeir 1801, or a rain
u( (lro, nlcctrlcal flroworks outrlval
llng tho marvels recorded at tio
niagnincont display of meteors in
1833, when the shooting stars wcio
said to have fallen hr thickly as snow-
According to the.ophcmerls of lint
ley's comet, ns calculated by Mr. A.
b, C. Crnmmclln and Mr. I). Smart,
tho position of the comet on May 19
will ho right ascension Oh. 30m." in,
pud declination 13 deft. "38m. Tho
comet will then ,bo in tho neighbor
hood of tho coimtollallon Gemini, and
ns tho sun sets at .fourteen' mlnutos
nftpr. ftnvrin nnd thn pomct between
half past eight and r.lno o'clock, tho
probability Ib thai tho splendor of (ho
comet will fade Hi Iho twilight. There
Wn iIPi nowovcr, n una opur,uiiuiy
to 0mPrvo tho cojnot. iindcr tho mnit
favorablo conditions 'onflio, at Ah
cciipp of Jbo fcim, which takes
nca tomorrow. On tfiat occnslon
tt,rtl tlp blinding slaro of ,ho Bun
hlddAi for a ffew moments by, tho
(,jark globo of the mpo'n co'nilng bc-
tween tho sun nnd tha oaijtli, (t niay
bg jKisslhlo to seo Halloy's qomct h
lug tho ccllpso. If bo U Bhouhl p'nnldo
a magnirlcent spectnele, for.thts Ib tho
most fnnrablo ot fall coiidlthms for
seeing d comet.
In n rcclslon hnnded down yestcrdny,
the Supremb Court overrules tho oxcep
lions of tho plaintiff vdf tho Judg
ment entered by thn Circuit Court,
im well ns to tho order sustaining
tho demurrer In. the riisc ot flarcln
crsii4 Kekahn Sugar Company, I.lm
Ited. The case was ote for damages ot
JU',000 brought by tho plaintiff,
Manuel Garcia, a minor, through U
next frleiid, Antonio (Jnrela, for In
juries MiHtaliiPd from nepllgenco In
stopping without warning somo open
Hat cars, upon one ot which tho
minor was riding.
Under the law the minor can not
bHng suit for damages until ho be
comes of age, but tho law also states
that suit must bo brought within
one ,year from the time tho nccldont
Ill closing, Chief Juntlco Hnrtwell
states: "Tho argumci.t of hardship
to tho minor In not being allowed
until ha become of ngo to bring his
nctlnrt presents n quest ton of legis
lative policy which wo aro not nt
liberty to consider."
EX-MAYOR SCHMITZ TO
LEAD ORCHESTRA AGAIN
SAN KIMNCISCO, April 11. Ubor
circles are budlyf disorganized as n
result of tho reinstatement og ex-
Major Kugeno Schmllz by tho Musi
clans' Union, Schmltz was nuo of iho
central .figures In iho graft prosecu
tions. Ho was convicted of extortion
and sentenced to San Qucntln, 'but li
now out on bail. Ho Is understood to
have been encaged 'to lead tliii
orchestra at ono of, ho local tl.catrbs.
A flannel shirt Is not obtrushe, but
on tho contrary rather shrinking.
Are your lipa white,
our checks colorless,
cars 1 transparent?
do you look thm
tion to eeo
Vi bright choorful face, in ovory
bottle of Ayer 3 sirjapanlla.
If your appolito id poor, your
digestion imperfect, an.1 you feel
nervous and weak, you ocght to
It expok all rmjj-jritles from the
fclopd,'nnd glve3sf rength and vigor
to tho nerves. It will surely re
etqro you to ucalth.
An ?(? rnef flier's Sana
par'lllu contains 110 alcohol.
There aro maiiv- Imitation
Bo suro yougot "AYER'S."
htttni by Dr. I. C Ai.r k Ci , liill, Mm , US. A.
ATxai nixa. u tn ruutij uuiua.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Cotton, rioill & Co., Ltd., beg to
announce that on and after Thurs
day, Sth Inst., they will occupy tho
new omces ai ineir worxs, second
and South streets, Knkaako.
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IN TUB D18TR1GT COURT ,OF THE
! ttutTian HTATm Frill THE TER
RITORY" OP HAWAII,
THE UNITED BTATES OP .AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM R.
CASTLE, ct al., Defendants.
Action brought In snlil District Court,
and tho Petition filed In the omce of
tho Clork ot said District Court, In
THE PnESIDENT OP TUB 'UNITED
STATES OP AMEIUCA qilEET
W1M.IAM n. CASTLE; IDA B. CAS
TLE, wlfo of WILLIAM n. CASTLE;
WILLIAM 11. CASTLE, Trustco; J. 1).
JOHNSON, whoso full and truo nama
Is unknown; UyiNI JOHNSON, wife
of J. D. JOllNSON, whoso full and truo
namo Is unknown; WlLLIAM C.
AClil; HANNAH MARKHAM;
QEOHOE MAflkHAM, husband of
HANNAH MAItKIIAM; EDITH MOR
TON; HENRY C. AiOUtON, husband
of EDITH MORTON: ,MAUD PPLU
OER; HENRY C. PFLUQER. husband
of MAUD PFLUfJER; YONO AHIN;
BIU BHEnfo ot YONQ AHIN; LRB
CHU, Trustee: CUM HOYLEE.CHP;
CHUNG 8HEE, wlfo of LEE CHU; C.
DIN 81NO, whose full .and truo namo
Is unknown; WONO SEE, wlfo of C.
DIN S1NO, whoso .full and truo namo
Is unknown: T. KAT POO, jvhoso full
nnd truo namo l's unknown: LEON.Q
SIIEE, wlfo of T, KAT POO, whose
full and irui name'ls unknown: YEE
CHIN; .wono siiEU, wiro or tkiu
CHIN; SCHIM SHEE; THE WESTERN
nnd HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT COM
PANY LIMITED, a corporation duly
Incorporated and organized under tho
laws ot tho United Kingdom ot Great
nritatn nnd Ireland and havlng.lta Reg
istered Offlco nt Dundee, Scotland;
YONO YAUi CHOW CIIONG TIN;
QIIOW DON; NO MINO JOKE; KL
MER KAPAHULU, RODERT kAIMU
KI, CHARLOTTE PALOLO nnd CLA
RA WAIKIKI, unknown heirs at law
of KAAIHAEMA, deceased; MANUEL
LEAHI, AUOUSTUS WAIALAE, ED
NA IIANAMU' and MARY NIU, Vn
knows heirs nt law of HOOMOEA
PULE (w), deceased; ALFRED PUU
NUI, ANTONIO PAUWELA, EDITH
KEWALO and MALAEA PALAMA,
unknown heirs nt law of KANANI
MAULOA (w), deceased: JOHN AIEA,
CHARLES MUNANA,' JOB WAIAU,
EUOENE MOILIILI, VINCENT PA
HOA. CLEMENT KOELE, MIRIAM
LEHUA, RUTH HALE, ELIZABETH
MAKIKI. ABDIE KALUAOLOHE.
LEILAN1 PUNAWAI. LVDIA MOKTJ
amf EVELYN POO, unknows owner
You are hereby directed to. appear,
and answer tho Petition In an action
cnttlcd as abqvo, brought against you
In tho District Court of the United
States, In and fnrtthd Territory ot Ha
waii, within twenty days from and af
ter, service upon you of a certified
copy of Plaintiff's Petition herein, to
getbe'rwlth a certtilcd copy of this
And you aro hcroby notified that ,
unless you appear1 and answer as
aboyo rcqujied, tlje said .Plaintiff will
tako Judgment nnd, condemnation of
rho lands described In tho Petition
herein and for ,nny other relief do
manded In tho Petition.
WITNESS THE1 HONORABLE A. O.
M. ROBERTSON, ono of
tho Judges ot said District
Court, this 18th day ot
March In tho yoar of our
Lord ono thousand nlno
hundred and ten and ot
tho Independence of thu
United States tho ono
hundred and" thirty-fourth.
" (Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. CI. DISTRICT COURT OP
TIIB-U. S. for tho Territory ot Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES qp,AMERICA
vs. WILLIAM R, CASTLE, et al.
SUMMONS. ROBERT W. BRECKONS,
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA, )
Torrltory of Hawaii, )
I. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the Dls
trlct Court of the United States ot
America, In and for the Territory and
District of Hawaii, do hereby qortjfy
the foregoing to be a full, truo and
correct copy of tho org!na Petition
nnd Summons In tho case of UNITED
STATES OP AMERICA vs. WILLIAM
n. CASTLE et al., as the samo ro
mains of record and on file In tho of
fice of tho Clerk of said CourC
IN WITNESS WHREOP, I havoero
unto set my hand nnd of
(Seal) fixed tho seal ot ald Dis
trict Court thlx 21st day
of March, A.'D, 1010.
A. E, MURPHY,
Clerk of United Statca District Court,
Territory of Hawaii
Sealed Tenders will be received at
tho, oulce ot, the Superintendent or
Public Works until 12 ra. of Satur
day, May 14, 1310, for furnishing
tho Department of Public Works,
F.O.B. wharf, Honolulu,, with ono
10-ton stiff-leg derrick with full
equipment nnd bull wheel,
The Superintendent of Public
Works' reserves the right, to reject
any or all bids. '
, MARSTON. CAMPBELL.
Siiperlntendeu,t of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., April 27. 1910.
4C0G Apr. 28, 29, 30; May 2. 3, 4,
0. C. 1. '
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