Earthquake, 1906.

(From the Wireless Telegraph.)

HILO, SEPTEMBER 3.—AN EARTHQUAKE SHOOK HERE AT 6:40 A. M.

SOME HUNDREDS OF DEAD FISH WERE GRABBED FROM THE SEASHORE, SOON AFTER THE QUAKE.

THE NUMEROUS DEAD FISH WAS BECAUSE OF THE HEAT OF THE SEA CAUSED BY HEAT RISING FROM BENEATH THE SEA AT KEAUKAHA.

Keaukaha is an area five miles away from Hilo, on the edge of the Bay, close by the recreation area of the Severances.

HILO, September 4.—We were visited by another Earthquake this morning at 5:15. The people at the Volcano House [Hale Luapele] did not feel it, but those at Mountain View did.

(Kuokoa, 9/7/1906, p. 8)

(Mai ke Kelekalapa Uweaole mai.)

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke XLV, Helu 36, Aoao 8. Sepatemaba 7, 1906.

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