National Geographic : 1907 Sep
The observers en route to the observing station near Yoko- On August 24, 19o6, the Galilee, not having any auxiliary hama. power, was blown on the breakwater atYokohama byaty View of the special observing bridge, showing the observers phoon and such damage sustained that shehad tobedry and the four instruments used (from left to right. Lord Ilrin docked for the necessary repairs. Fortunately the damage was Dry Compass, Negus Liquid Compass with Horizontal De flector, Ritchie Standard U. S. Navy Liquid Compass with Azimuth Circle, and L. C . Dip Circle). Each magnetic ele ment is determined in two totally different ways by different observers and at different parts of the bridge. not very serious. View of the scientific party takeninthe cabin ofthe Galilee by J. C . Pearson, magnetic observer. The leader ofthe expe dition, Mr W. J . Peters, is in thecenter.