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Reports of Shipping and News of Foreign Trade
In Ship Board's
Only About 25 Per Cent of
Americans, According to|
Dala Before Congress
British Lead by 2 to 11
Elimination of Agencies in
Many Parts of Europe!
Expected To Be Effected!
The suggestion, by the House Ap- i
propriations Committee that the num- |
ber of Shipping Bcarrl employees In j
Europe be cut from about -10? to twenty i
or thirty by November is the out
growth oT testimony given before the :
committee as to the board's personnel.
Tables submitted to the committee
b-. the board show that the employees
attached to the main office, which is in
London, and other employees in Great i
Britain number 366. For the rest of i
Kurope the representatives of the
board number 240, making the Euro- ?
pean total COG.
75 Per Cent Foreigners
!t has been stated in Congress that
the great bulk of these employees arc
foreigners. The board's tables bear
this out, for only slightly more than 25 j
per cent of the European personnel '
consists of Americans, and the British
employed outnumber the Americans by
more than two to one. By nationali?
ties the board's employees in Europe
??' the c:ui of April were as follows:
British .349,'Spanlsh . 4
? .m.i.Mans . 1 ortuguese . :-;
I.-anes . 9 Italians . :i
Swedes . 4 Russians . ?
..i. lj'ir. >okS . 4
I'inch .11 Turks . 1
Germans . 8 ICgyptlans . 2
Belgians . 41
In addition to the 860 employees in
Great Britain, there are 85 in the
?Scandinavian countries, 08 in IJolland,
Belgium and Germany, 78 in France,
L'S in Spain nnd Portugal. 5 in Italy,
7 in Greece, y in Turkey and 10 in
Pay Roll Over a Million
These figures were given as of the
situation at April 30 last, at which
time the annual pay roll for the 606
employees was given as ?1,002,176. It
was also stated that on June 30 the
number or employees had been reduced
to 394 and the pay roll to $989,137.
For other foreign districts than in
Europe there were stated to bo eighty
three employees, at an annual cost of
$200,000. The aggregate pay roll for
the foreign offices, therefore, is al?
Officiais of the Shipping Board are
stated to be planning the elimination
of many of the foreign offices. Most
of the executive positions in these of?
fices, it is claimed, are held by Ameri?
cans, the foreigners predominating in
the subordinate positions. This policy,
it is declared, has been pursued for
purposes of economy, as it has. been
possible to secure foreigners to dc
minor work at much lower figures than
Americans would accept.
It is now expected, however, that t
great reduction will bo made in the
Shipping Board's personnel abroad, ant
that in the staff left Americans wil'
Figures Indicated arc standard time.
High water. Low wat'T.
AM I'M AM PM
Sandy Hook. UDO 2:05 7:40 8:33
(Sovernor*? Island. 2:10 2:46 8M?8 9:12
Hell Gate. 4:30 5:00 10:66 11:37
Wind? nt Sea To-day
llatteras to Key TVost?Moderate winds,
r.ostly southeast ar.d south, und purty
, (-roast weath<
Over East Gulf? Moderate to fresh
winds, mostiy southeast: partly overcast
,-eather and probably local rains.
'.Ves'. Quit?Moderate to f.---?h southeast
an", south winds and partly overcast
Over Caribbean Sea and Windward Pas?
sage?Moderate easte-ly wind*, partly
overcast weather, probably local rains.
North of Sandy Hook and Sandy Hook
to Halteras?Moderato to fresh south nid
southwest winds and partly overcast
Str Gugllelmo Peirce (Ital), Naples July
!T; to Pelree Bros * Co. with 17 first, 2S0
second cabin, 818 steerage passengers and
Pi? r 96, N R.
Sir Maraval (Br), Demerara. July 26,
Trinidad Aug 3, Granada Aug 3; to Fur?
ness, m Mm. & Co, with 61 passengers,
...... s and mdse; Pier 2i, Brooklyn,
Strf Aniwa, Hamburg July 23; to the
Oriental Navigation Co, In bal?n.': Pier
19, Clifton, S !
Str Varg (Nor), Porto Colombia July 22.
bal July ?4, Kingston Aug 1; to the
? aribbean t.in<\ wl'h 2 pass and mdse;
Pier 3. V. I, & W R R. Hoboken, N .1.
Str Garf.eld, Paeasmayo July IT, Sala
verry July IS, Guayaquil July 25, Esme?
ralda? July 27, Buenaventura July 31.
.'ristobal Aug 2; to W R Grace & Co, with
mdse; P:*r 44, Brooklyn.
Str M'jnamar. Antllla Aug 6; t? th*
>n S S Lines, with 62 pass and n
Pier 1". B R.
Btr Clan Maclaren CBr), Cochin May 26,
Pt Michael July 26, Boston Aug H ; to the
Tiarber S S Lines, with nid.??; Pier l.T,
Str Tlvives, Cristobal July 58, Cartagena
July M Porto Colombia Aupust 1, Santu
Mart?. August 2, Kingston August 6, to
the United Fruit Co. with 67 pas?, mails
and indse: Pier 15, B It.
Str Gulf Prince, Port Arthur. Tex. Au?
gust 3: to the Gulf Refining Co. with oil;
Gull Refining ln-f-ks, Bayonne, N J.
Str St Mihlel (transport), Cristobal July
SO, San Juan August 6; to the U H Army
Transport Service, with 93 first. 51 second
??akin. "M?3 troops and stores; Pier 2, Army
3tr Leon XIII (Sp>, Vera Crua August
2. Havana Auxust G; to the Compa??a
Trasatlant :a, with '.'> first, 70 second
?ab'.n. 39 steerage pass and mdse: 2! pass
?re for New York, the remainder in transit
?m .- 8, E R.
8tr Walter D Mun.?on. Nuevltas July 30,
Porto Padre Auitus: C; to the Munson S S
Nati? nal Refinery, Yon
kers, N V
.Mr GIgllo (It), Norfolk August 8; to the
Columbus Marine Corp. In ballast; Pier ?.
W s; R R, Weehawken, N J.
str Quillota (Br), Cristobal Aug 2; to
Sanderson & Sons; with pass, malls and
rr.dse; Pier 42, N R.
Str ! ?'??patch, Charleston; U S Navy
Str Osakls (Am). Ponta Delgada July 20:
to Unlt?d An rican Lines; with mdse; Pier
21 ' ' ??? S I.
Str M m a - I '???^, Falmouth July 22.
Shipping > ?? r th uidsi :
Piur : Hoi. N J.
Str ' Isyaguez Aug <; to At
i I Co; with mdse. Pier S, D I
*-i '.'. ft P.. Hoboken, N J
r Hamilton (A >, Norfolk Aug 8: to
3 S Co; with m Ise; IM r
?- ? ? New Orleans Ang 2
to Pan-Am rican Petroleum Co; with olM
Pier id, N It.
Rouge, Texas City Aug 2; to
Robert _? . h oil; Pier 6, Con
.or), Sam? August
' to 11 1 lit Co, with fruit.
Btr ; -?? . (Br) Pernambuco via Bar?
Mr 1 T -'.on.
''" La ? !=?? -,r-M, (An i, Captain Pet
.?",, .-.-,:../ xork f.. Cuba; Mall
a 8 '..? ?
ike Frolono (Am), Captain Nils
' H Wtnchestei & Co
* Bri tain (An Captain Sullivan
- - - . ? mm ,,i ond M .'.
aptaln Houg, Ban
i .)?':>>ar.; N'iw
,."?'?? ?> - (An ? Capta >i Wardwood;
. Mein tosh;
. a K*y Want, Malloi y Line.
... (Am), Captain
BULK AND PACKAGE FREIGHT
1.12 Na.s.u St. Beekmian 4291
y>rn wrtk? .N-?? York I o Huff;.!.,.
L ',' '*" ?'"' J?r?ii?-lt?al lake ?or??.
7?'hnf?i. H'eOuriMluy ;j?uj .Hittur
WWKK IHAS IHII,H.Vri,S
TRANSPORT CO. LIMITED
M tintVrry pu??-?. Whitehall 01,:.
?S?'.VV rOBK Ut Mf>N'llti;\i,
All-Wat*. Inland lUtuU.
?M.e.?? **""*? Wt"kty
U*Wi ">*<??*? '?we ilia? ra)| rat*?.
""??Kl *wi l,;5? Uhui , urinal urevUt.
?'e-irs; Los Anfreleg. San Francisco via Pan?
ama Canal; Luckenbach Line.
Str Chas II Cramp (Am), Captain "Wood
he.uf--,-: Lus Angelos, Sun Francisco via. Pan?
ama Ct nal; Atlantic Gulf & Pacific S S Co.
Str Pearldon (Arn), Captain "Wlebe; Gal
veston; l" S .-l^xicaii Oil Corp.
st- Gauto (Nor!, Captain Gram; Phila?
delphia; Munson S S Lines.
Str Monterey (Ami, c?ptaln TMcInnls;
Havana and Progreso; N. Y. _-. Cuba Mall
S S Line.
Str Manaqul (Br), Cuptain Bobbins;
Banes: tnited Fruit Co.
Str United States (Dan), Captain Vold
bord; christiania and Copenhagen; Punch
Edyo & Co.
Str I alande (Br), Captain Turner;
Bahia. Lio de Janeiro; Lamport & Holt.
Str Minnekahda (Ain), Captain Gates;
Hamburg via Plymouth ami Cherbourg;
Str Baton Bouge (Am), Captain Hall;
Baton Bouge; Robert T. Hague
S.'h J. B. Young (Br), Captain CiMford;
Perth Amboy; J F Whitney <fc Co.
Ablansel.Anchored in Jamaica Bay
Amos Peg.4th st, E H.
Calamares.Pier 9, N 1;.
Ciquina.Federal Refinery, 1 onkers
George II Kllnck.Newark, N J.
Lai ? Alien.Pier 3, Hoboken.
Laurel.80th et, N P..
Manaqul.Pier 9, N R.
Marie de Ronde.Pier 13, Clifton, N J.
Pede-ral Refinery, Yonkers.
Plymouth.Pier 4, Vf S R R,
Woehawken, N .1.
President Grant.Martin's Docks, S T.
Santa Luisa.Pier 08, B'kiyu.
Sr.av.Pier 1C. B'klyti.
Urblno_Tietjen & Lang's D D, Hoboken.
Weatern Glen.S 1 Ship Bldg Corn,
Port Richmond, S I.
Vessel. Port. Agents.
Stockholm, Gothenburg, July 30.
Curvello, Santos, July 20..Lloyd Brazil Hlno
Pannonla, Gibraltar, Aug 1.,. .Cunard Line
Taormina, Naples, July o0. ...Italia Am Lino
Parls, Havre, Aug G.French Line
Albania, Liverpool, Aug ".Cunard Line
Antonio Lopez. Cadi'-, July 30...Spanish Line
Ju';-.!:., Barbados, Juiy 4.Booth Lino
Noordam, Plymouth, Aug 4...Holland-Am L
Hattlo Luckenbach, Rotterdam, July US.
B?r?ngarit. Southampton, Aug G ..Cunard L
Celtic, Liverpool, Aug 6. ...White Star Line
Lapland, Southampton, Aug 5.. ,R Star Line
Manchuria, Hamburg, Aug 3.Am Lin?
Patria, Palermo, July UO.Fabre Line
; Hudson, Danzig, Auk 3.U S Mall Line
i yuiipue, Cristobai, Aua 7 ,Pao Steam Nav Co
' Vauban, Buenos Ayres, July '.. :.
Lamport & Holt Lino
Tile hours given b?low are standard
? time; for daylight saving timo add 1 hour.
Mlnnekahda, Hamburg. ?.;0AM l.oo PM
United States, Chrlstl
.ni-i. ?:30AM *:00PM
(Monterey, Havana. 7:00 AM 11:00 AM
Varg, SarPiago. 7:30AM 11:00AM
Lake Li Rio, Kingston.11 :00 AM -:09 PM
Leo*". XIII, Cadiz. 7 ::i0 AM H:n0 AM
Boutry, Socouondee... 8:30 AM 12:00 it
Birmingham City, Bu'.non
Ay rus. ?:39 AM 0:00 AM
Colon, Cristobal.12:30PM 4:00PM
Com Rollins, Kingston. 630 AM 9:00 AM
N'ieu*- Amsterdam, P.ot
terdai. 7-30 AM 11:09 AM
and, Antwerp... 7:30 AM 11:00 AM
La Savoie, Havre. 7:30 AM 11:00 AM
Danto AllKhleri, Naples 9:30 AM I 00 I'M
Olympic, Southampton. '?? 00 AM 1:00 PM
Asare-tli, lleva?.. 1:30 PM 3:00 PM
Oregouian, Hamburg..11:00 AM 2:00PM
Helia?. Curaeao. 7:30AM 11.00 AM
amares, Cristobal.. ?:30 AM 10:00 AM
Ponce, San Juan. 7.30AM ll:99AM
Philadelphia, Curacao.. 7:30 AM 1I:00 am
Munamar. Antllla.- 11:00 AM
? armanla, Liverpool...- 11:00 *? vt
Orbita, Hamburg.- 11 90 AM
Schra Cape RJon idon (Br), Htllsboro,
\" H. for Newark, with plaster to F E
Town!"-.', vessel to .1 F Whitney * Co;
John Hcnmult-, Bridgeport for Now York.
'? Prtacllla 11, x- ? Y? rk ' >r Nan
tu< ket; I! F Jayi -, P? .-Mi Amboy for
The connecting mall? closo at the Gen>
irai Postoffice and City Hall Poatofflce ?t?
tlon, ;.ew York, st 7 p. m., as follows:
Hawa via Ban Francisco, steamship
Man il August 12.
Japan, Corea, China, Siberia, French ind??
cil!? a Netherlands Ea ' Indies (except
Sumatra) and Philippine inian'iH, via
Vancouver and Victoria, ti. c, steara
ship Empress of Asia. Auguat ii.
Japan, ??;',*, China and Siberia (??pfelaliy
U. S. ARMY SURPLUS
CAMP DEV?NS, MASS.,
AUGUST 25, 1921
Clothing and Equipage
Write to address below for com?
plete list FIVE other AUCTION
SALES will be held, an follows:
Chicago, Aug. 18
Camp Sherman, Aug. 23
Boston, Aug. 23
Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Aug. 25
Brooklyn, Aug. 20.
QUARTERMASTER SUPPLY OFFICER
GENERAL INTERMEDIATE DEPOT
_BOSTON, MASS. _
il U. S. ARMY SURPLUS !
add re *??) only), via Seattle, steamship
Tyr u eus, August 13.
Haws . ia .San Francisco, steamship
Bum.. .. ? State. Ausunt 14.
Hawaii, Japan, ?"orea. Liberia and Philip
pin" Islands, via .San Francisco, steam,
ship Snlnyo .Mum, August 18.
Reports by Wireless
From the U. S. Naval Station
[Distance Is given In miles. Itfports are
dated at noon unle.-s otherwise specified.] ,
Afel SU B Jupiter Aug S.
Agwlstar 418 B Cape Henry Aug 9.
Alabama 1Rr, SYV Hatteras Aug 9.
Anacortes 099 B Cay* Henry Aug 9.
Apache .109 S Scotland LV Aug 10.
Aeiral ItiO WNW Tortugas Auk 'J.
Atlantic City 2367 from San Francisco 8?
I'M Aug 7.
Bayhcad r.O N San Juan Aug S.
desslo Dollar 2073 from Vancouver 8 PM '
Bristol >J SB Shlnnecock Aug 9.
Buckeye State lat 11 17 Ion 77 01 Aug 9. i
Bylayl Kl K Abse.-on Aug 3.
Cabiiile 185 NNK Vera Cruz Aug 9.
Carrillo 70 N Jupiter Auk 9.
Cayo Mambe 696 S Ambrose Aug 9.
Chertsey pd Halteras 6:30 PM Aug >.
China Maru lat SG Co Ion 7C 35 8 AM1
City of Montgomery 95 N Hatteras Aug 1?. !
Coastwise 46 HVV Winter-Quarter Aug !'.
Coldbrook 240 S by \V Halteras Aug 9.
Collamer 823 K Ambrose Aug '.'.
Corning 26 H Block Island Aug 10.
Corson 939 F. Cape Henry Aug 0.
Corvus 233 B Capo Henry Aug 9.
Danville If.9 9W South Pass Aug 9.
Delco 48 NW Tortugas Aus 9.
Dorchet 380 E Ambrose Aug 9.
Dorchester 153 NE Winter-Quarter Aug 19.
E W Sinclair 229 S Oalveston Aug 9.
Eastern Leader S4B from Capo Henry Aug
Eastern Planet ?51 from Lyttleton 8 PM
Eastern Trader 259 E Cape ITenrv Aug 9.
Eastern Victor 261 E Hatteraa Aug 9.
Ebros pd Miami Beach Aug 9.
Edgewood 130 S Cape Henry Aug 9.
El Occident" 14 E Jupiter Aug D.
El Isleo 60 NE Jupiter Aus ?.
Emergency Aid 414 E Nantucket LV Aug
Empire State 1,447 W Honolulu S TM
A u? 7.
Esparta 199 S Hatteras Aug P.
Evergreen City lat 41 13 Ion 63 07 Aug 9.
Gedanla 50 S Hatteras Aug P.
George Pierce 1,070 NE Jupiter Aug 19.
Gloucester 12 SW Fir- Island Aug 10.
I Gulf of Mexico 35 S Jupiter Aug P.
Gulfland, 30 N Jupiter Aug 9
Oulfstar lat 29 11 Ion C3 14 Auk 8.
Hattle Luckcnbach 737 E Nantucket LV
1 Hawaiian f.jti K Ambrose Aug 9.
Helen S44 S Scotland LV Aug S.
Hlco lat 39 .19 Ion C"i 64 Aus 9.
Hilton pd Rebecca Shoals Aug 9.
i Hoboken 110 S Tampa Bar Aug 9.?
Holmla lat 31 7S Ion 9 36 Auk P.
Homestead 900 13 Capo Henry Aug 9.
Hudson 2.149 from Ambrose. Aug 8.
Huron (KL'SD) 1,786 SB Ambrose Aug. 0.
Italia pd Hatteras 9 PM Aug 9.
Illinois 38 SSW Hatteras Aug 9.
J E O'Neill 65 S Winter-Quarter Aug 10.
J M Guffey 30 9 Jupiter Auk 9.
John D Rockefeller 2t)4 WNW Tortugas
Justin 77 SSE Scotland LV Aug 10.
Kuinenil li S Jupiter Aug 9.
Kekoskee pd Brenton Reef 0 PM Aug 9.
Iverhonkson 243 E Cupe Charles Aug 9.
Klttegaun 1,100 NE Cape Henry Aug 9.
Lake Blllcott lat 3.: 2D Ion 7h 32 Aug p.
Lake Falama 296 S South Pass Aug 9.
Lako Farlatell 835 SW Hatteras Aurr 9.
Luke Fighting 200 E Tampico Aug 0.
Lake Freeland r.?> S Jupiter Aug !'.
Lake Tlppah Ll SSW Winter-Quarter Aug 11.
Lake Zaliskl 1-ii NE Tampico Aug ','.
Liberty Mlnquaa 30 S Brenton K-.ef Aug
Lightbume 121 NW Tortugas Aug 0.
Limon ?.'.?'?"i S Nantucket LV Mug '?'.
M F Elliott US! S Scotland LV Aug 9.
I Margaret 141 S Tampa Bar Aug I).
Mattole 4:." SE Hatteras Aug ?;'.
Moordijk 140 from San Pedro 8 PM Aug 7.
[ Monomac 23 E Cape Henry Aus 10.
Montauk Toil r. Ambrose Aug 9.
Montrolite 240 SW Hatteras Aug 9.
Muskogee 00 N Hatteras Aus 0.
Nantucket 20 SW Fire Island Aug 10.
No hwestern Bridge 0.7- E Charleston
Passalc Bridge 200 E Hatteras Aug 9.
Pastores 351 S Havana Aug 9.
Paulsboro ?/.".! SSV/ Hatteras .\ug 0.
(Mow City lat 4" 40, Ion 58 00 Aug 0.
Point Adams I" S Balboa S PM Aug S.
; Pulwlco 00 S Scotland LV Aug 0.
I Hayo off Jupiter Auk '?'?
Robin Hood 857 SE Cape ITenrv Aug 9.
? Ruth 9" NE Cape Henry Aug !'.
Salem County 2ir? NNE Hatteras Aug 10
San Bias G?l S Boulon LV Aug U.
San Gil 11 s Jupiter Aug 9.
Sapinero I'M SE South. Pass Aug 9.
' Schuykill Bridge 145 E Hatteras Aug P.
Scottsburg 935 E Ambrose Aug P.
Schroon 208 B Charleston Auk S.
Stockholm .mo hi Nantucket LV Aug 9.
Surallco R20 E Ambrose Aug 9.
Ta hmoe 620 K ? ape Jb/ Aug 9.
TekoH 476 K by N. Charleston A.ug f?.
Tollard 89 f 'di ? ? 'ap? Henry Aug P.
Tsurugisan Maru Cj :?', North Head 8 I'M
Vesta 116 NW Tortugas Aug P.
IV H LIbby PS S Halteras Aug 9.
West Calera 970 W Honolulu s PM Aug 7.
'?'-? il Chatala 312 NB Cape Henry Auk 10.
WeiH Coi,as 235 NB Cap.- Henry Auk 10>
West Haven 383 from San Francisco S PM
West Hixton Gj from Auckland S PM
West Isllp 1 114 from Honolulu 8 T'M
West Jester H2 from Capo Flattery S PM
W? il Mahwah 1,214 from San Francisco S
I'M Auk. 7.
West Norranus.BO E Great Isaac Aug 9.
West Quoochee :00 E ?.'ape Henry Aug 10.
When ion lut 49 60, Ion 12 26 Auk 9.
Wilhelmina 289 from Honolulu 8 PM Aug 7.
Wllscox 988 NB Cape Henry Auk 9.
Wlnnobago GO E St, Thomas Aug P.
Wlnona County 117 E Cape Henry Aug 10.
Wythevlllo 100 N Colon Aug 9.
Zacapa 661 S Ambrose Aug 9.
BAI/TIMORB, Aug 10?Arrived; Rtrs
Brelz Izol (Fr), Havre; Lake Tlppah, New
York': M?dica (Nor), Narvik, Sailed: None.
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass, Auk 10?Ar?
rived: Mehr Northern Light, St John's
N B, for Providence. Sailed; S.-hrs Wa
plti (Br) (from St Margaret's Bay, N 8),
Now York: Harrv A McLennan (Br) (from
SI John. N B), New York; Mary (1 Duff>
(Hr) (from Halifax), New York, William
lt..,,th (from Vinal Haven). New York.
BOSTON, Aug 10?Arrived and ;nlled:
Str Canoplc ( It:-). New York for Azorra,
Naples and Genoa. Sailed: Sirs Surrey
(Br), London \la New York; Mount Bew?
ard. Hamburg via Baltimore.
PHILADELPHIA, Auk 10?-Arrived:
Str.-? Virginia (Br), New York; Florence
Luckcnbach, Rotterdam via New York,
Pet'-r H Crowell, Nue\ltas; Ozama, Guan
Ica; Banan (Nor), Santa Marta; Western
?. S. ARMY SURPLUS
i i,, -,
to be sold by the
11 Derrick Light?ers
3 Deck Scow?
4 Covered Barges
10 Coal Hoists
3 Marine Engines
Launch "Lt. S.W. Hoover"
Tug A.T.S. "Columbia"
Tug A.T.S. No. 9
Tug A.T.S. "Reliable"
all located at
ARMY SUPPLY BASE.
Port Newark. N. J.
Sealed proposals for any or all
of the listed item? to be received
AUGUST 16. 1921 (1 p.m.)
Write for "Water Transportation
Sealed Proposal No. 1," and for?
ward all bids to
i SURPLUS PROPERTY CONTROL OFFICER
ARMY SUPPLY BASE
BROOKLYN. N. Y.
I U. S. ARMY SURPLUS |
Hop". Hamburg; Lackawanna (Br), Lon- |
don; sehr* William Biabee. Swan's Island;
lrr.ia Lamb, New York; Lizzie M Hall,
New York; Thomaston, Bahama Islands
via Marcus Hook and Atlantic City.
Sailed: Strs Amelia, Port Antonio; .1 W
'.'?m Dyke, Boston; Sagua, Tela; Arkansas
(Dan), Copenhagen via Baltimore; On?
tario, Boston; Manchester Importer (Hr).
Manchester via Norfolk, Newport .Xjws
PORT EADS, La, Aug 10?Arrived: Strs
Blaafield (Nor), Vera ?."riiz; Danville,
Mexico; L;?k?' .-?avie, Clenfue?de; Manzan?
illo, Tampico; Memphis City, Mobile;
Milan U ?Jap?, Norfolk; Omua (Hond),
Tola; Portland Maru i Jap), Norfolk;
sapaniero, Hamburg; Saxoleine (Br),
L'niled Kingdom; Steel Exporter, New
York; William Isom, Port Arthur. Sailed;
Strs Admiral De Ruljter (Dt), Bremen;
Oacanfield, Galveston; Farnam, Gal veston;
Infanta Isabel (Span), Barcelona; Sagua
(Dom), Banes, Cuba; Sabine Sun, Postor.;
Socrates < Un, Buenos Ayres; Tamaullpas
(Mux), Vera Cruz; Warkworth (Br), Ham?
JACKSONVILLE, Fla, Auir 10?Ar?
rived: strs P T Waring, Baton Hone*;
Lake Elsmere, Boston; sehr C, D Pondleton,
Azores. Sailed: Strs Van, Miami; How
Baltimore; Crude Oil, New York;
i, Aug 10?Arrived: Strs
City of Atlanta, Boston.
Sailed: Su- Johnson City, Tampa.
NEWPORT NEWS, Aug 10 ?Arrived:
strs Ruapehu (Br), London; Baltena (Br),
London; Luclgen (Br), New Orleans.
Sailed: sun Suf/ffoik (Brl, London; Zop.
potl (Dantzlgen"), Baltimore; Peshaur
(Br), London; Nile (Br), Alexandria; Irish I
Monarch (Br), Matanzas; Corinthlc (Br).
Wellington and Auckland, via the Panama
NORFOLK, A?i-r 10?Arrived Oth: Strs
Mamarl dir!, Brisbane; Tollard, Liver?
pool; 10th, Skagern (Swed), Genoa; Noorl
?lljk (Du), Rotterdam; Edgewood, tm
mlngham; Strlnda (Nor), Baltimore; China
Maru (Jap), Portland, Ore; Chertsey (Br), |
Neuvltas; Hartem Trader, Plymouth, Ens - '
land; Jefferson, New York; Winlfredian
(Br), Liverpool; Beckenham (Br), New?
port, England; Brazlller (Br), New Or?
leans; Kerhonkson, Shields; Lu?-ien (Br),
N'.-., Orleans; Maid of Ohlos (Br), Barry;
Johancy, New England; Iperia (Br), Lon?
don; Ruapehu (Br) London; Bristol, New
England; Rijindick (Du), Rotterdam;
Kalypso Vcrgottl (Gk), Barry. Sailed
Sih: Strs Dorchester, Now England;
Andreas (Gk), Galveston; Taurus (Nor),
Rio Janeiro; Transvali (Dan), Copenhagen;
Shelley (Br). San Francisco.
GALVESTON, Tex, Au? 10?Arrived:
Strs S is Hunt, Norfolk; itochester, Phila?
delphia; Nelson, Pall River"; Elbergcn
ei>t i, Rotl ertlam . Toj lia, Tampico . i
New York Sailed: Stia Australing (Br),
Freemantle; Buchanncss (Br), Rotterdam;
r li Aschc, '?>;?'.- York; Montgoi ?ryshire
iP,r). Bremen; Oasconler (Br), Antwerp;
i'.\ Sol, New York; Gladysbe, Tampi, ?:
Bizkargl Mendl (Sp), Amsterdam; Sh?w
Arrivals from New York
GOTHENBURG, Aug 4 ?Str RIpon.
MARSEILLES, Aug 6?-Str Ban'ldalc
HAMBURG, Aug 6?Str Somerset.
DUNKIRK. Aug 6?Str Remue.
BAH?A, Auk 8?Str Avare (Braz).
SOUTHAMPTON, Aug 0?Str Orduna
(Br) for Hamburg and proceeded.
?RBITA.Aug. 13?Sept. 24
OROPESA... .Aug. 27?OcL S
ORDUNA... .Sept. 10?Oct. 22
??f. 2-.:d an?! '!rd Class Pasienger*
?Calls at Havana.
?Calls at Havana.
and Intermed?ale Porti
ajid Intermediate Ports
THE R0TAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO.
fMK M0IF1Q STEAM NfiVI?ATIM 6*.
From England by
SANDERSON A SON. Alft*.
in Broad way New YerU
117 IV. Wuwhington St. Mileage
or nny lur?l Ktnimshin nennt
York to Tampleo. round trip *--"'.
Heven-day Stop-over at Vera < njz.
Affording ample opportunity i<>
For i>-format ion ,id(ir??S
NEW YORK & CUBA MAIL S. S. CO.
Foot of W?U Slrett, New Yerk, Te!. Join 460?
8kII!*i?s Plen .'?1-12. North Rlvsr. Ne* York
At no-"> (dnylljlit ?ivlni) unie?? ?aeoldtd.
niumpic )t? Chirbourg'21*.M.Aus l?Srpt..;i Sept.?
Adriatic ? Southamfton ) Aw*. 81 Oct. : Nov. 2
T? f Aue. 20 titV. H Out 13
- Ant. 27 Bept 24 Oct. 25
I Sept :i Oct. i uct, a?
New York ami Bo-ton?Azores.
Gibraltar. Naplaj and Genoa
Cretic .11A.M. Sept 7
Arabin.11 A. M. Bept. 20, Ne?. .1
Cauop?e.ll A. il. Sept 30
\3. Red Star inn
l-'inlnntl m -.._.I AilS. 11 Oct. 1 No?. 5
Teeland I A"^ P l Sept. 10 Oct. 15 Not. 19
"?'i.-ir'fiinii ? Kamburtj t (3d clats only) Sept I
f;,,ihland S Llbsu, Uaniln ? (3d cla_j only) Sejit
Minnehahda (Hamburg A Dtn-lg).?Am.
Ma'irJmriii I Hamhura '.Aug. 25 Oct
Mongolie S A Dan-lp ).Sept ?(XL
?Abo ?-alla at Plrmniiiii and Chorbourf.
International Mercantile Marine Co.
Il?; H.toa'1-er -1,230,000 Tens
0 Broadway. N. V., or I.ocul Agent?
'. ,,i?,ri n-a?rt i ml -J ?V U i * i ? ?U I
?,.ii tit.), ni'k'lie ?.m Miinlajs >i ?i 3? I' *>!
liajlllhl K??,?n 1'ma) Htal?roonn ma? I?
..,rr,rr\ in >'ij?';i_:_III"""1 ^rrtng *<9>_
N'lAOAHA TO Till': SKA for lllu-trate
,- || ? , ? ; ? lolltl I' P ?' I . I>", '?? 1"
, ? ' lip Line-, iMoun. ' lanadk
LONDON Aug 3?Str Centennial State.
PIRAEUS. Aug 3?Str King Alemnder
BOULOGNE, Aug 9?Str Centennial State
f.,r London and proceeded.
ANTWERP, Aug 7 ? Str Londonler
(Belg) : Croxteth Hall ( Br)
SEVILLE, Aug 7?.Str Oul'.ien Sorrolia
Departures for New York
SANTOS, Aug S?Str Martha Washing?
ton'from Buenos Aires.
BARBADOS. Aug S?Str Vauban from
SHANGHAI, Aug 7?Str Hetlflower.
DUNKIRK, Aug 6?Str Otsego.
ROTTERDAM, Aug 3?Str Deuel.
TRONDHJEM, July 30?Str Sor.gvar.d
CARDIFF, Aug 9?Str Clan Ranald ?Br).
KOBE, Aug r,?Str Havana Maru (Jap)
ANTOFAGASTA, Au* 9?Str Sherman.
BREMEN Aug 9?9tr America.
SOUTHAMPTON. Aug 9?Str Cropesa
(Br) iron. Hamburg.
CLEVELAND, Aug 10 ? Arrived: St'rs
? Ierra, Duluih; E P Recor, Islands; W R
Stai.o.-d, Islands; A S Chlsholm, Islands;
,! I'MValsh, Port Colborne. Sailed: Strs
Sweden, Duluth; W R Stafford, Islands;
15 V Rer-or. Islands.
SANDUSKY, Ohio, Aug 10?Arrived: Str
W )?- White. Buffalo. Sailed: Str Fitz?
LOR AIN Ohio, Aug 10?Arrived: Strs
Trimble, Duluth; Grand Island, Cleveland.
Sailed: S'rn Princeton, Duluih; Trimble.
Duluth; Grand Island, Port William; Con
ii? ? Mr ' 'urrent.
TOI.EM". Ohio, Aug 10?Arrived: Strs
Owana, Detr?jit; City of Toledo, Iron Cliff.
Surnia. Sailed: Sua Owana, Detroit; City
of Toledo, Detroit.
HURON Ohio, Aug 10 ? Arrived: Str
Thomas Davidson, Cleveland. Sailed: Str
CONNEAUT, Ohio, Aug 10 ? Arrived;
Strs Denmark, Bowers, Molntosh, Wllkln
Bcn, Duluth; Wyandotte, Marquette. Sail?
ed: Strs Wyandotte, Owen Sound; Don
mark, Cleveland; Bowers, Wilkinson, Mc
AS1?TABULA, Ohio. Aug 10?Arrived:
Str:; Glenbrae, Cleveland; C L Hutchtnson,
Duluth; W H Becker, Superior. Sailed:
Strs Glehbrae, K'-y Harbor; C L Huu-h
Inson, W H Hecker. Duluth.
FAIRPORT, Ohio, Aug 10?Arrived: Strs I
T, Ellwood, Two Harbora Sailed: Strs D D
Williams, Two Harbors; I L Ellwood,
SOITTH) CHICAGO, Auk: 10?Arrived:
strs William J Olcott. Duluth; E L Pierce,
?Chicago; II D Goulder, Milwaukee. Satled:
Sirs Australia, Chicago; William J Ol
INDIANA HARBOR. Ind, Aug 10? Sailed:
Str J T Hutchinson, Chicago.
GARY, Ind. Auk 10?Arrived: Strs F E
House, Duluth: F R Hazard. Superior.
Sailed: Strs August Zleslng, F E House,
ESCANABA. Mich, Aug 10?Sailed: Str
DULUTH, Minn, Aug 10?Arrived: Strs
Truesdale, Wood, Harvey, Jenkins. Perk?
ins, Canopus, Sarsrent. Delaware, Morgan
,ir, Lake Erie. Sailed: Strs Farrol!, Morgan
.ir. B P Jones, Dunham, P Mitchell. Wil?
liam Livingstone, Cole, Wolf, Pioneer,
Dalton, Squire, Wood, Loomts, Tomllnson,
MARQUETTE, Mich, Aug 10?Sailed:
Str Negaunee, Cleveland.
TWO HARBORS. Minn. Aug 10?Arrived:
Str Woods, Duluth. Sailed: Str* J C
Wallace, Arcturus, Lake Erie.
NEW YORK. Aug 10?Str Andrew Jack
| son. Liverpool for Norfolk, In bRllast, ac
i cording to advices received here to-day,
i Is putting into Ponta Delgada with one
| propeller blade mlssinp.
Str Salvation Lass. Rotterdam and Bil?
bao for Tampjco, la reported at St Thomas
! on Aug fi and Is delayed in sailing on
' account of trouble with the crew.
GLASGOW, Aug 8?Str Cameronia, which
: arrived hero from New York, collided with
j the Str BJarmla, which was lying at the
| ??uay at Princess Dock. The BJarmla had
i several piales damaged above tho water
line and expects to complete repairs in
j two or three days. The Cameronia was
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 10?The Str
I Golden Gate, Manchester, England, for
? San Francisco, Nia the Panama Canal, is
i fast on a shoal thirty-tiv? miles from
j Cristobal, according to a wireless message
I received to-day by the San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce. The captain and
? fourteen of tho crew remained with the
I ship, while ten of tho crow made for
I Cristobal for assistance. A wrecking tug
? has bven sent out, the message said. The
! Golden Gate is a. steel vessel of -1 7ft> ton
l nage and ?a owned by the Rolpb Coal and
? Navigation Company, San Francisco.
LONDON, Aug. 10.?The British steamer
CanastotO, from New York via Sydney,
New South Wales, for Wellington, New
Zealand, was posted to-day at Lloyds as
missing. Tho Canastota sailed from New
York May 4, with a general cargo, and was
?last reported leaving Sydney June Ml for
: Wellington. She was built at Glasgow in
i 1007, is 4.901 tons gross register and car?
ries a crew of about 41 men.
BALTIMORE, Aug 19?Striking a cy?
clone -while off the Azores the British str
Curaca, from Hamburg, which arrived
here Tuesday, probably would have been
damaged badly if ?ho liad b'.en laden with
cargo. Her second mate, T R Cavaghan,
?a:d the cyclone came suddenly and thut
the only alternative Captain I H Caiin
had was to heave the ship through it.
-V hurricane wind was blowing, and none
of tho crew could stand on the decks,
The cyclone lasted for about an hour, the
mate said, and then the ship proceeded.
The Curaca, of the Grace Line of New
York, Is loading a general cargo here for
South America. She is scheduled to sail
at noon to-morrow fur New York, from
which port she will leave for the tropics.
Due to the prevailing depression in ship?
ping, the str Santa Cecilia, which arrived
Monday from Portugal, and the str Tide?
water, which returned Saturday from
Italy, of the Green Star Steamship Corpo?
ration, are laid up here without cargoes.
Three other vessels of the Green Star
Line which are laid up In this port aro
the strs Centaurus, Westcawther and tho
West islay. Repairs are being made on
the Tidewater while ?he is out of service.
After having been laid up since Decem?
ber, the t>tr Cubore, of the Ore Steamship
Company, a subsidiary of the Bethlehem
Ste? : Company, sailed to-day for Cuba for
BAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 1*.? The four?
ni . .... ?-n G.i e. of San "-?n
Cisco, from Manchester June 27. Is ashore
thirty-five miles lrom Cristobal, Canal
Zone, and a tug has been dispatched from
Cristobal to give assistance. Th.? ship Is
lu no immediate danger. The report of
the grounding was carried to Cristobal b>
| the mate, who made the trip with ten mnn
I in a small boat. Captain Haskell and
I fourteep men remained on board.
Charges of lncompetency and Inexperl
I erne among the members of the crew of
i the steamer Alaska were made to-day by
j witnesses at tho o.pening of the Investiga?
tion by the Steamboat Inspection Servio
I into the wrecking of the vescel off Blunt's
? Reef Saturday night. The bodies of two
; additional victims were brought hero to?
il day by thu tanker Oleum. The steamer
; Halco, Eureka for San Pedro, wirelessed
that a third body had been picked up.
Service of the American-Hawaiian Line
from Honolulu direct to the Atlantic sea?
board will close in September with the
steamer lowan, which will load 9.0?O tons
of sugar, the last of this year's crop des?
tined for Eastern refineries.
The steamer Crosshill (Rr> lias been
chartered for a full cargo of barley from
San Francisco to the United Kingdom.
SAN M1EGO. Aug. 10.?An effort was to
be made at high water to-day by 'he
. (earner Griffdue. and destroyer Farquhnr
to pull the steamer San Jose off San Ft?
bio Reef, Asuncion Island, upon which
tho vessel grounded Monday night. Th?
San Jose la taklne water fast, and had
eight feot in th.j No. l bold and coffer?
dam. All the passengers are ashore on
Asuncion Island The cargo la being Jetti?
soned, and tho Farijuhar i.?? removing bay
gage and mail,
SEATTLE. Aug 10?The wreck of tha
Canadian government rtr Canadian Ex?
porter, str,Muled at WUlapa Harbor and
broken amidships, is to be sold at public
auction, "as is."
VANCOUVER. Aug 10?The C P O S
str Princess Maqulnna, which struck a
rock at tho entrance to Cjuatslno Harbor
Monday, arrived here yesterday under her
own steam, with no damage beyond a few
SAN PEDRO, Aug 10?Possibility of ?
longshoremen s strike at' this port was
averted by the unanimous vote of the
stevedores' unkn to remain at work de?
spite the wage reductions.
ST PIERRE. Miquelon, Ang 16 ? The
crew i..; the Newfoundland fishing sehr
Stanley Frank was brought to this port
to-day by the Italian str Valdlerl, which
collided with the litt!? vessel In a fog
early yesterday, sending her to tho bot?
tom. The accident occurred while the
schooner was anchored on Misaine Bank.
PORTLAND. Ore, Aug 10?The str West
Farlon sailed to-day for Liverpool with
wheat and flour.
The str Kaisho arrived from Cray's Har?
bor to load lumber for the Orient.
The Dutch str T.llsonoari arrived from
San Francisco to lead luiMber.
The Henry S Grove? arrive?! from Sari
Francisco to load for the Atlantic sea
The str Wiilhllo sailed for New York via
BALTIMORE. Aug 10?A warrant ha?
been Issued for Captain Himerdinger. Of
Philadelphia, charging him with petting
lire to the gasolina sehr Nellie and Mat
tl*. of which h.' formerly was master, at
the wharf of the Baltimore Canning Corn
Wages of about 6,000 employees at the
Bethlehem Shlpingbulldtng Plant and
about 700 at th>- Baltimore Prydocks and
Shipbuilding Company's plaut here wUI
be cut approximately 10 per cent begin
ninjr n^t Monday.
PORTLAND, Me. Aug 10?The Canadisn
sehr Kaduskak was permitted to land
18,000 pounds of halibut, seven sworddsh
and a quantity of ?alt fish Permission
was Riven upon representation that Cay
tain Bert Pazant was unaware of the cf-.n
! cellatlon of th? war-time privilege for
Canadian vessels to land fish at American
Eight Days $
on the Water
and up?according to stateroom ?elected
The Most Interesting end Economical Short Vacation Trip
EVERY WEEK DURING AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER
Saturday ana Sunday? A*Se? n?W ocean steamer affording his
* **M* *"*** ?*????%???j an(j 5ery|,e; spacious decks, lounging rooms.
jnert standard cuisine
music room, smoking
room, etc., for rest, recreation, and s-x'ial pastime* bracing sea air and a concernai gathering of com?
pagnons de voyage.
Mondav_'" miles south of New York, steamer passes Fort Monlrrie and Fort Sumter of Civil War
inonuay fame, and arrives at Charleston, S. t'.; ample time allow?* for shore visit at this.historio
and interesting: city, with celebrated homes of old Southern aristocracy, old cathedrals, Navy Yard,
and numerous other attractions; thence continuing 197 miles by tea
1? j _At Jacksonville, Fla., metropolis and gateway to enchanted ?and of Ponce de Leon, yon
1 UCSuay may enjoy autoraobiling or trolley rides through beautiful suburbs, and at 4:00 p. m. you
?mbark on a most unique and fascinating "Daylight aud Searchlight" trip
B?anutitui St. Johns
W*?dna"lif??V_'^? miles of picturesque and luxuriant scenery?the most enchanting and "nter
IT cancsuav esting inland water trip in America ? with glimpses of alligators, birds of beautiful
plumage, marvelous water foliage, overhanging Spanish moss, tlshiug camps, groves and villages.
Thlll*?dav_Back: in Jacksonville 7:00 a. m., forenoon may be devoted to sight seeing. Ostrich Farm,
* curio a?d ?souvenir shops. Returning homeward ocean steamer sails at 2-p. an.
FV.?4?w ^nriirflnv anA 9iin<4>aw_824 miic? or thlre da:?' ocean V0>'aSc northward and tho
rnaay, aauiraay ana ounaay?2i000 mile tour is completefJ with your arri>ai at New
York on the eighth day.
CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO.
Write for Illustrated Folder
$73.00?on the eight day trip?include?
transportation, all meals and minimum
priced stateroom accommodations on
steamers, ia both directions; superior ac?
commodations available at extra cost of
$5.75 and up?each way?according to lo?
cation of room selected. War tax of 8%
of total cost of ticket should be added.
STOPOVERS ?ni SIDE TRIPS
Although this tour is arranged to cover
the uninterrupted itinerary for eight days
asoutlined, passengers may-ot thrir own
expense ? extend the trip to quaint old
St. Augustine with its Forts, okl Slave
Market, and striking Spa.iish architec?
ture; or to the beaches neai Jacksonville;
or, to other points in Floriu i.
As only a limited number of tickets will
be sold foreachsailingdurine the vacation
seawn, accommodations and transporta?
tion for this popular tour should be en?
gaged in advance.
489 Fifth Ave. at 42nd Street
Pier 36, North River, New York
Magnificent New Twin Serew
S. S. FORT ST. GEORGE
14,000 tone dUplaeement, will make
two nnngaall.r attractive cruise? to
QUEBEC via HAUFAX
? nil through the Northernber
land Strait?. Out ef Cms?
end op the Snguenay River.
Mngalflcent ?cenery, smootb
water, cool weather. Tho ship
lia* r ?ro? o na promenade decks,
tnuny roome with fcatfc, fir.est
cui-lne. Orrheetra, dancing ?ad
all deck ganiei.
Delightful way te
visit th? Famous and
Wonderful Shrine at
8te. Anne do Beanpre.
The round trip ocroptee twelve
days: rate $200 and up, er onu
way to Qnebeo, a?e day?, *10?
Sailings from Now York
August 13 and 27
Call or write (or information
Furnesa Bermuda Line
34 Whitehall Street. New York
Tel. Bowling Oreen 7800
Delightful cruises via Panama CanaL Direct
without ?hange, on new American ?tearaship?
NEW YORK to PERU and CHILE
M. 8. Santa Kllsa.Angnst 24
Fra?:ju?nt ??ilinga. K?rellent culalno and
? on ice. Writ? Tor literature
c.RACK i.rsr. inc.
I? Hanav.r ?.qaer. Naw Y?ffc
OR L.OCAT, AQHNT.
HONOLULU. ?UVA. NEW -?SALAN?
d a-Tc',.?*'*tl?1,.i'*'Mn??r Bteamera
.. ?. I"'"' R* M- S. "MtaarV
!*,??? Ton. il,'!) Tone
Sail from Vancouver B. C
?*ar,rR?"r?".n'n!1. "'",*???? ?PP'r Can?.).?
.-, ' ?y-'-'an- -?"? Bl/*.. Mad- Av.,., 44th
? ?_i? m, lo..tA*tt'*'?l?'i-Aui.trala?liiii
daii Line. 4<o Beymoar Ht , \ .,-.
y CUNARD .
Passenger and Freight ?Servie??.
From New York,
CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON
BKKICNGARIA .Vug. 18 Sept. ?,'?> Oct. SO
AQt ITAMA .\iu.. 23 Sept. ?3 Oct. 4
; EMPRESS OF CHINA . Sept. 7 Oct. I
CARMANIA .Ang. Ik! Sept. 10 Oct* 8
AIIIAXI.A (?ewM.Aup.'lO S?.pt. 27 Nov. 1
! CAROMA .Vug. 27 S>pt. 24
SCVTHIA (new) ..Sept. '! Oct. 11 Nov. 15
PLYMOUTH, HAilBUR? ? DANZIG
BAXONIA .Sepl. l., Oct. 29 Dec. 13
LONDONDERHT AND GLASGOW
! CO?.C.MBIA .Aug. lit Sept. 10 (let. ?
ALGERIA .Aug. 80 Oct. 4
CAMERONIA (new).Aug. M. Sept. 14 Oct. 33
VJGO, GIBRALTAR, NAPLES, PATRAS,
DUBROVNIK, TRIESTE and FIUMB
PANNOKIA ...\ug. IS
ITM.I.V .Aug. 23
BOSTON TO LIVERPOOL
? ASSYRIA .Aog. 13
Canard and Anchor Si earn Ship Linca*
25 Broadway, New York.
Next Sailing of the
S. S. PAR?S
I 33,700 Tons 45,000 Horsepower
! TA SAVOIE Aug. 13 PARIS Aug. 17
j FRANCE Aug. 20 ROCHAMBEAU Aug. 27
! NIAGARA., Ans. ','0 Not. 5
! One ctuHH cabin rate, Hamburg, $147.50
COMPANY'S OFFICE, 1!? S I ATE ST., N. V.
NEW YOivK ?0 ROfTERDAM
PLYMOUTH, BOULOGNE-SUR MER
11 A. M. Eastern Standard Lino
N.Amtterdaa.11 A.M. Aug. 13 Sept. 17 Oct. 22
Noordam ... 11 A.M. Aug. 20 Sept 24 Oct. 29
Rotterdam 11A.M. Sept. 3 Oct. 8 Nov. 12 ,
Ryndam .11 A.M. Sept. 10 Oct. 15 Nov. 19 j
General Patnenger Office, 2<t Stat? St., N. Y. I
? 'ANAP \ 1.000 ImIh nri i, Mnntr? ..! ? ' La ?
., Icni '., .,"? ib c Oe lu.? - pur I
TWELVE DAYS TO YOKOHAMA.
KFW ?SMER1CAN TRANS-PACIFIC PASSENGER SERVICE betwe-n
SEVTTLE and YOKOHAMA. KOBE. SHANGHAI. MON"'; KONG
and MANILA via the SHOUT UObTK. New and palatial V. ?
S. B. lint I ??"? *? long; 21.000 toi ..
- ? SAILINGS- - -
S "HAWKEYE STATE" .AUGUST ."'fi
' S "SILVER STATE' .SEPTEMBER 17th
,' S "KEYSTONE STATE" . OCTOBER 15th
.' S.' "SILVER STATE" .NOVEMBER 26th
Far?. r??rv?rtlon?, etc., apptf any railroad o? tourist agent, or
-1UGH GALLAGHER.Gan.E_ft.Ait.,17 St.t? St.,N*wY.._
S. Atoiin bold* record New Y,i* to'alo^U d?y?. 1% YmStnua
?i*o new e<-rr,? Ft10 to New Tora-12 day?. 22 hour,
Sieumrr? ?/ V S. Shipping Board
^^^^^^^^^^^ 1st ? 2d (*W , ;? S. 3d Oaf?.
Fer m *<>Z^?rt^?18&^ZzA?^ " *
PasiofiK? Oept., 67 W?)l St.. N. Y.. ?:?o .it the Llna'a 0(Tlc?$ tt
? I *V:,i?. U.v?,.r Bid.. Coot??? Bid?. 41? Ollre St Hol -_on ,,
Alibaia? .*. - ur .,.,
Daliy ' aamuga Iron. fiar ft, S. it.,
fool Caual ?t.. iTe--.iii.oi-, 4 m?l V a.
tti.i Eundaya and Holidays, at 4 a.r.4
? p. m.; West 1321 ?t. half-hour later
(Daylight Saving 1 ,m?). Direct rail
connections at A'naii? to all point?
North East and West Phon? Cana.
Eipres? WeicM Bercfee. Ant?? C?rr1?4
ULDSON navigation company
.U.i'lil.KloN us. milti.AMi a*<l
JAMEN A. EMERSON. Recalvar*.
?""?M?, ?VI.U2. Provident-? direct, *.iM4.
Stateroom? $1.42, $2.43 acid $3.24.
Dally i: Sunday?-4:36 P. M. Standard Tl:.i?.
From Pier 1?. P.. R. Phone 2*1*? Iterkma?,
Tickets at Pier or (???im-Ii.1i-.. d Olflcrs.
Spbndid SiiaiMF?..Spltniid Strmia?
Ore?i?tra e? teck >*te*mer
Leeva ?".iltrr? *t. Pl?r 14 N. ?ff.
S.-O r?.M. Dully Inol. S-?*a~
N? Bedford tin? ????? Lennon tine
p?J!? eierpt Bun- Daily ?_ Fur. I ?.
t.l, ,V'*V* '''*"' '? *'r ?ON.R H"U#ton
N K Houat?.i *?, t St. ? M I' M. Pirr 70
PM K.E.-_o-S?. ?P.M.
All Schr-rf-.e? Daylight Savin? Tima
rieh??! i'wi?^ ("on. Ttektt Ofieu
CLARK'S i 7th ORIENT CRUiSK
b? ?urortuoiu B.fl ErarreM c' ''.-o'lanJ. i".000 (rat*
ton? II ii?v? In Ei?rt *n,1 t'elejnne. eie F?k. 4,
1922; *S day? $GM up, it, ludlni Slior? H*.cur*U>u?,
Hotels, Gul.li-i. l?ilr??. Vt~. e:e.
f RANK C. CLARK TU_i? HulMlng N.? tort
"CALIFORNIA & HAWAII
??J 1 litt? Ave. Tel. Ma?. Sq. 6?78.