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T E L LS H O W S USQ U EH ANNA WENT DOWN
CAPTAIM OF ILL-FATED SHIP ARRIVES O# THE SONOMA
Oceanic Company's
Liner in From
Antipodes.
SMOOTH SEA
ALL THE WAY
Manchuria Due To-
Day With Many
Notables
Among the^passengcrs who arrived here
jesjerday from Australia on the liner So
noma were Captain Watts and Chief Of
ficer Felix Stinson of the ill-fated Ameri
can ship Susquehsnna, the story of whose
foundering- and the subsequent escape of
all hands has already been told. The Sus
quehanna left Nehoue. in Xew Caledonia,
on August 23 with a cargo of chrome ore
for Delaware Breakwater. The cargo
proved too heavy for the clipper's wooden
buli, and when the Susquehanna encoun
tered a heavy gale three days out her
back broke in two places. By the time
the pumps were rigged the water in the
hold was flvc feet deep. Slowly the water
gained. The pump shaft carried away
and it was all off with the Susquehanna.
Three boats were manned and launched.
When the last boat shoved off there was
eeven feet of water in the well and
twelve feet in the forepeak. Before the
beats were many lengths from the ship
ehe took a dive and went head first to
the bottom.
In Captata Watts' boat were ten people.
Eleven got away in the mate's boat, and
Second Mate Griffin's boat carried ten.
Among those in the captain's boat were
Mr. and Mrs. Elwell. Elwell was mate
cf the Roanoke. sister ship to the Sus
<juehanna, which was burned at Noumea.
The boats headed for the Solomon Isl
ands, and after seven days' cruising the
captain's boat was picked up by. a trading
•.chooner.' which picked up the mate's
beat the day after. The second mate
landed on one of the Solomon Islands and
the. .shipwrecked sailors wgr-e kindly
treated until their supply of tobacco
gave out, when the son of a chief warned
OrifSn that 1/ he and his mqp did not
want to be eaten by the head-hunters of
his tribe they had better leave the island.
They left and were picked up by a trader,
\u25a0rhSdl landed them at Gabuta. where they
found the rest of the Susquehanna's com
pany. They went from there by steamer
to Sydney, where everybody went his
own way.
The Susquehanna was abandoned 250
miles off the coast of New Caledonia,
end the ship's company in the small boats
traveled about jOO miles. . *"' * .
Sonoma Arrive* From Antipodes.
The Oceanic Steamship Company's liner
t norna. Captain Herriman, arrived yesterday
Irom the Anttoodea. From Sydney to San
T"rancieco. cay the passengers, the water was
i/<.-rrect!y smooth and the weather was on its
btst behavior throughout the passage.
At Samoa It tv learned that the volcano
i« etiil active. It has built up two fair-sited
ciountalr.s and fcas developed in what was
Jormerly a rather uninteresting part of Samoa
a great natural attraction,' which. In the
course of time, wiil arouse the Interest of sci
entists and the curiosity ot tourists. People
\u25a0who have eeen it cay it is a most picturesque
volcano and in a constant Etate of activity.
j -.-::.£ the day It coughs up rucks, ashes and
smoke and at night sends forth great tongues
of flame. The lava flow Is ftieadily approach
ing the' s'a. The natives are no lo.nger
tlanned at the phenomenon and those whose
jroperty lie* buned tinder the lava are hoping
to recoup themselves from the tourists they
belitve will »oon flookj there.
E*. H. Hendry. a Ueputy United States Mar
shal from Honolulu, ume up en the Sonoma
\u25a0uith G. L. Brokaw. a fugitive from Justice.
wanted in Seattle for complicity in a land
fraud conspiracy. Brokaw, released on $700
b^nds. jumped his bail and left Seattle in a
tailing fehip bound for Sydney. At Sydney he
j'-lned a French ehir, which he deserted at
Honolulu, where he gave himself up to the
authorities.
The Sonoma left the liner Manchuria in
Honolulu. Ti.' Pacific Mail boat had encoun
tered very heavy weather between Yokohama
£nd the Ulaci j'Ort. but- had sustained no
«jan>age. although Captain Sauntiers declared
that it was the heaviest sea he had seen in
fifteen y*-erE. _
Th* Sonoma brought a large caruo. Her
liaswngors ir.eludf-d the following:
r*rom Honolulu — L». E. Lindsay, E. K. H»n
fii-y. G. C. Ftukam. Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. MerrU,
ilrs. Merrill. A. Blunwnthal. Misg F*uchs. Miss
J!ruc. Mr. i:«ton, t*. M. Ballcu. G. A. Davls=,
"U\ A. Whitney, G. Dickson. Misa Merrill, I.
IV. Keciunone. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. F. Murphy,
J. L. Ros*.
Kroni the colonies — Mips Ricca Alien. Mr.
nM Mr*. 11. V. Attenborough, Mr. Ayscn. Mrs.
11. Braey. Mfw M. Bloodgood. Mrs. Bicknell
end child. Malcolm Dunn. Geprge Friend, John
\u25a0 • r.^r.r.'.iifc. A. G. Grccnaway, Miss W. Hay,
J]r6. H. Mamden. Miss L,ucie Marsden, George
V. . Myre, M. Majeroni. Miss Marbury, Mr/
Jietrfbore. Andrew Morten. G. Majeroni, Mi*fe
.1 H.- Mathewf. Miss Xanc* ONell. F. G.
It<-l.«pn. Andrc-w nobf^n. A. M. Sheehan. H.
f-ydn*y Smith. Mr. and Mrs. F. Shipman. Paul
Secrdon. V?i F. Trimbh*. Miss F. Tid»well, J.
Brett. VT Brett, Cliarles Carter, I>. . Chenhall,
Mrs. Card. MUs Card, Mis« Ethel Card. F. B.
• Jlapp. B. Dovey. Mies A. Ellictt. Miss Fraser.
JJ. Fllian*. 11. C. S. Hind, W. C. Harris, Elder
P. G. James. Miss Ethel Jackson. Mis* Mabel
.'(-.• i;n,r,. Miw Gladys Jackson, Miss Theresa
Jy.fkson, Mr». M. Killeen, R. G. Langtree, Mr.
end Mr. Miller. A. Milne. Eld>r R. H. Parish,
J:. Qnin. Mm. R. Quin. Elder Edward Quinlan.
FrTink Raymond. J. Stevens, F. W. Stinson,
Mr* M. S*coxt. Miss M. Scott, MUs Amy Scott,
11 r«. V J. Talt. Master W. Talt, Master A.
Tslt, tTjarles Waller. Mrs. Waller and four
•children, t"i.i-iain E. A. Watts.
>prak* Overdue Almora.
The British chip Mozambique, which ar
riv»-<l yesterday afternoon, 161 days from Ant
\u25a0»TTr>. spoke Ow overdue British ship Almora
on October 9 in latitude 50 south, longtitude
y-i west. The Almora was quoted for rein
*un«nce at 25 per cent. The Mozambique epbke
the Biitlfh ship Claverdon October 8. The Al
jnora is bound fcr Acapulco from CardtX The
\u25a0•'\u25a0laver'Jon «* from Antwerp for Pugret Sound.
The Mcz»ml>kiu" was for r\x weeks fighting
w**t southwrstcrly gales oft Caj»e Horn. She
lest a number, of sails and sustained other
minor damage. Ehe has a cargo of general
nanrcfaandlsc.
The Overdue Vini.
The Vessels on the oierdue lUt are quoted
for reinsurance as follows: Susanna. SO per
cent: River Indue. 50 per cent; Giuseppe
d'Abundo asd MacMahon. 25 per cent and the
British sfilp Mooltan. 20 per cent. The Mool
tan Is cut 110 days from Newcastle, Australia,
for th* Mauritius. '..-
\\ a«er Front \otew.
Tbe I'a.clOc Mail Uner J J*,ichurU mill b*
C\m this niornlnc from thif* Orient. Amon/
h«r passcn£«rs are many well known people
including L«loyd C. GrUcom, United States
Minist«r to Japan, and L.uke E. Wright. Gov
ernor General cf the Philippines.
The British rteamer Knight Errant, from
Astoria and Tacoma. arrived at Mororan, bad
ly damaged In a typhoon. Sn« baa proceeded
to Yokohama for re&alrs.
\u25a0 TINT liner Siberia arrf red yesterday at Hong
fcong. and on Sunday the Mongolia reached
Yokohama. - . . . "-.. . .
V.Tbc KosmoE liner Aesuan- arrived yesterday
irom Puget Sound to. finish loading foriAnt
werp. '- \u25a0 . - '\u25a0! \u25a0"
- U if bow believed that tbe gasoline schooner
Jda • A.' which stranded tbe other day near
-Point .Re yes, ' will be . eared. Her cargo has
•been discharged and at the . first good oppor
tunity an aCtemot will be made' to 'pull her
into dew water. .-. — .••-."•-.-•\u25a0
The Frer.cii bark Jacques is uuablr to raise
her anchor. Ills thought that tbe \u25a0 tnudhook
tias fouled the submerged - u-reck of the ferry
rteamer San < Rafael. This morning DlfV;r
Roach will make a descent for- tbe purpose of
clearing Ur- anchor. If tbe obstacle provea.to
be tht San Rafael, the wreck will be buoyed
-t;r«3 later on mar be raised..
XBWS OF THE OCEAX.
The Tnmth barks Bretagne and Pierre ; Ix>U
are chartered for wheat from Portland to Eu
rope At " 27s Cd. .' Both vessels - were chartered
prior to arrival/
The barkentlne James Johnson (at Eureka*
was chartered prior to arrival for lumber,
thence to Sydney (terms private).
Exports by the I'annnm Steamer.
The steamer City of Peking sailed on Sunday
for Ancon and way ports with a general mer
chandise cargo, valued at $145.26», to be dis
tributed .as follows: For Mexico. 920.5UQ;
Central America, $50,031; Panama, $CSi>S: New
York. $48,633; Colombia. $2,2C5; Ecuador, $513; ;
Peru. $177; Trinidad Island. $«C 0; Jamaica, ;
$200; England, $10,329; Germany. $3&0O;
France. »U73; Italy. $200. The following were ;
the jirlnci j;al exports :
To Mexico — 650 gals wine, 50 cs whisky. 10 ;
cs mineral water, 1379 lbs spices.' 214.f lbs :
raisins, SJB4 lbs dried fruit, 1152 lb bread. 43U
lbs cheese, 404 lbs sago, 11 cs canned goods. 'M \u25a0
'\u25a0 crts potatoes, 31 crts onions, 10 bxs fresh
fruits. 28 cs canned goods. Ti pkgs paste. \u25a0 '-- •
pkgs groceries and provisions. 43,113 ft lum
ber, ltiS flasks quicksilver, 15.960 lbs cement,
2711 lbs lead pipe, 2130 lbs shot, 14 cs arm?
and ammunition. 2 cs leather. Stt pkgs machin- :
cry. 100 cs candles. 100 sks coke, i cs shoes, 2
tanks acid. :!5 kegs . nails. 27 cs drugs, 24
cs 1 I'bi oil. 345 pkss paper, 8 colls rope, 3H
pkgs pipe, 10 dcs eteel, b bdls 60 pcs boiler
tubes, 2<J fkgs paints.
To Central America — 3555 bbis flour, S7C crts
i potatoes, 34 cits onions, ltiO bxs fresh fruits.
15.591 lbs rice. 12-C:JI lbs lard, 291'J lbs ham
and bacon, 1235 l*ps, 2C36 lbs raisins, 414 lbs
3 cs urlv.-l fruit, IS pkgs paste, 153 cs canned
goods. 3054 lbs slices, »OtJ lbs sago, 4388 lbs
| codflsh, 1330 lbs mi!lstufTs. 1163 lbs nuts. 20,-
I 400 lbs ealt, 10 ctls barley, 20 cs canned sal
mon. 27 pkgs groceries and provisions, 20 r J0
gals 07 cs wine, 258 gals alcohol, 154 cs
whisky. 22 cs 4Jbbte mineral water, 54.1M5 lbs
tallow, SO.OOO lbs cement. 400 kegs rwwder, 1
cs firearms, 206 cs coal oil, 4S3S lbs soda, 29
cs 2 bbls oils, OS pkss paints. 27 pkgs dry
roods. 12 bdls leather. 5540 ft lumber, 200
bdls shocks, 27.500 rt molding. 155 pkgs nails
and spikes. 32 bdls IS pcs pipe. 15 cs drugs. 1
cs machinery, 150 bdls railroad material. 1357
railroad ties, MJ33 Eks coal, 44 pcs steel, 99 pcs
22 bdls iron 24 sks coke, 226 bdls wire.
To Panama — 200 bbls flour, 5571 gals wine.
10 ea liquors, 131 cs canned salmon, 20 cs
assorted canned goods, 12 cs table preparations,
12 4C(J lbs beans. . lei) crts . potatoes. 40 crts
onions, C 73 lbs dried fruit, 2700 lbs salt, «0
coils rcrx". 6 bbls paint. 16 pkgs burlap, 24
pkgs mlllwork.-.-.. — - -. .- . *
.To Xew York— loo,Ssl gals wine, 26 gals
brandy. 13.730 lbs dry hides, 153 bales 'Junk.
147 pkss scrap leather, 105 eks cattle horns.
30.129 It lumber.
To Colombia— 2oo bbls' flour. 18.000 lbs su
gar 15,300 lbs rice. 14 crts potatoes and onlcns,
4 ca salmcn. 200 lbs raisins. 400 lbs garlic.
To Ecuador— <33O cals 20 cs wine, 30 cs sal
mon. 1 bdl brooms.
\u25a0 To Per- — 9 cs canned goods. '306 lbs spices,
£00 lbs dried fruit. 2 bales malt.
To Trinidad Island— lso cs canned salmon.
To Jamalci — fiO cs canned salmon.
To England— ss,23s lbs hops, 1C5.820 lbs tine
dress. ,
To Germany — Ml cs dry drugs.
To France — 100 bbls shells.
To Italv — CO cc cann<»d salmon.
The stenmer also had a shipment of treas
ure, consisting cf $410 in gold coin, consigned
to Mazatlan, Mexico.
Movement* of Steamer*.
-TO ARRIVE.
' Sttamer. | From. \ Due.
Enterprise Ililo Dec. 5
Centraiia Grays Harbor Dec. 5
W'tllincton... Oyster Harbor Dec. 6
Homer Portland & Astoria jDec 5
Valencia Seattle Dec. 5
Tamplco Portland (Dec. B
Mancr.uria... China & Japan |Dec. b
P0m0na ...... Hurnbcldt ...jDec 6
Columbia.... Portland & Astoria (Dec. 5
Coos Bay. San Pedro & Way PU.jDec S
Cbae. Neleon. Seattle & Tacoma |Dee. «J
Aurtlla Portland &. Astoria...! Dec. 6
X»r*e Vlken.. Comox. B. C... |Dec. B
Kamses Seattle Dec. ti
North Fork... Humboldt |Dec. 6
South Bay..- San Pedro .." (Dec. 7
Eureka f Humboldt jDec. 1
W. Kruger. ." Portland & Astoria ..|Dec. 7
l>omo Point Arena & Albion. (Dec 7
Santa Rosa... San Diego & Way Pts.|Dec. "i
Caxtade i-ortlana & Aetoria. ... Dec. 7
UmaUlla..... Puget Sound Ports Dec. 7
M. F. Plant. . Coos Bay & Pt. Orford Dec. 7
Norwood. . • . • Kan Pedro ;Dec. 7
Corona Humboidt |Dec. »
Redondo <• Portland &. Af torla... j Dec. . 8
DelNorte.... Crescent City )Dec. S
New burg Grays Harbor '. ..iDec. v
Bonlla Newport & Way PW. . (Dec. W
Denderah Hamburg &. Way PortsjDec. v
Arctic Humboldt .|Dec. J>
City Para .... J New York via Ancon. . i")ee. 8
Northland...- San Pedro .'. ..|Dec 9
City Panama.' New York via A neon .".j Dec lo
G. Lindauer. Grays Harbor (Dec. 10
Senator Pert In nd & Astoria. .. ./L't-c. ly
HeaKourn.... Mfndocino & Pt. Arena] Doc. 10
Breakwater.. Coos Bay Dec. 10
Acme Wlllapa Harbor jDec. 10
fcUteof Cal.. San Diego & Way Ports) Dec. 11 :
Queen.... Puget Sound Ports IDtc. 1- :
F. Kilburn... Portland & Wa>' Pts...|Dec. 14
\O SAIL,.
Steamer. Destination. f Sails.} Pier.
December 5. I | ,
Arctic...... Humboldt ...J 9 am|Pler 2
City Topeka Seattle direct 11l ami Pier 8'
J. Hleelna. Los Angeles Ports.lll am|Pier 2
CoroiiaOu... Grays Harbor .. ,| 2 pm|PJ«r 10
ChehalU...- Grays JUrbor ... .) .|Pier
CentraUa... Lob Angeles Ports. jio arn;Pier lv
Brt-akwater. Coos Bay { 6 pmjPier 8
A«.uan Hamburg & Way. ( l 2 \u25a0 mlPier 39 ;
December «. | I • ;
EeaFoam.. Point Arena .! 4 pra'Pier 2',
City Puebla Puget Sound Ports 11 amIPUr v :
Vanguard. . Humboldt j 5 pmjPier 27 i
December 7. i j
Despatch... Astoria & PortlandpS pmjPier 10
boutn Bay. A*torla & Portlanilj 5 urn l'ttr 2J
l'omon* Humboldt ». V. .11:30 p Pier «
Stat* of Cal iSan Dleg-o & Wajr.f » am Pier 11
I Curacao Mexican Ports :...|lO am Pier 11
Rainier....-! Seattle & Beirbaml 2 pm|Pi«r 10
Homer..--- I Astoria &. Portland] \u25a0» piniFier 24
Norwood... Grays Harbor \u0084;..| 3 pm|Pier 2
Urrembrr S. ) (
Coos Bay... San PetJro & Way.l 9 ani|Pier 11
Ramses..... Hamburg & Way.. 12 mjpier 10
Columbia..* AstorU & Portland 11 am|pier 2i
. December 9. - | J :
Northland.. Astoria & Portland. spm]Pifr27
X. Fork...- Humboldt.. -."..; 9 amJPler 20
Aurclia Astoria & Portland & prof Pier 27
Cascade...'. Astoria &* Portland .. ... .jpler 2
lx>ric 1 China & Japan...; 1 pm Pier 4l» ;
Acapulco... N. ;Y. via Ancon.. 12 m Pier 40 '
Nebraskan.. Hono. & Kahutui. 3 pm Pier 23 !
Eurek* Humboldt ......... 0 am Pier 5
M. F- Plant Cooe Bay .'..... „ ....... .......
\u25a0 December. 10. •* 1
W. Krnrer. Astoria & Portlandl 5 pmlPier -2
Corona Humboldt :.'...... l&OplPier'. 9
C Nelson..- Seattle & Tacoma: 6 pm! Pier 20
S. Rosa...-- Fan Diego :& Way. y am | Pier 11
' December 11."' i .'.:; '.« { ".' ,
UmnUlla... Puget Sound'. Pts.. 11 ami Pier 8
Porno.. .\u2666'.•' Pt. Arena' & Alblonl 6 pmjPier 2
• " December 12. i I
Newburg... Grays Harbor -....12 nmlPler 10
Bonita..-.- Newport -&^Way.:.l 9 am | Pier 11
RedonCo..-- Astoria •&; Portland 5 pmjPler 27
December" IX.- '"' I : \u25a0
Stcalor...-- Astoria i- Portland 11 am (Pier 24
"V^/; "» December" 14.'- .-| •' »
Sonoma....- Sydney * .Way. Pts.l 2 pmiPier 7
G. Lindauer Grays Harbor ..... I 1 pmlPier 2
THE SAN FRANCISCO GALL, TUESDAY, rDEGEMBER 5, 1905.
AMERICAN SHIP SUSQTJEHANXA.
WHICH FOUNDERED AT SEA
. WITH A BROKEN BACK.
FROM SEATTLE.
Steamer. Destination. \u25a0 J Sails.
Humboldt Skagway & Way Ports.lbec. 0
Cottage City.. Skagway & Way Ports. |Dec. 8
Jefferson Skagway & Way Pts...|Dec. - 9
Bertha Cooks Inlet & Way Pts.jDec. 10
ganta Ana I Seward & Way Ports.jDea. 16
Sun, Moon and Tide.
X3nited States Coast and Geodetic Survey-
Time and Height of High and Low Waters
at Fort Point, entrance to San Francisco
Bay. Published by official authority of the
suj.erintendcnt.
NOTE — The high and low waters occur, at
the city lront •Mission-street wharf) about '2s
mlnute9 later than at Fort Point; the height
of tide is the same at both places. \u25a0 .
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 5. _
Sun rises ."..... 7:10
Sua sets V.......\ 4:52'
Moon sets .-. ...12:55 a. m.
C iTimei ITimel (Time! ITime!
» j Ft. I ( Ft. | 1 Ft. [ ! FL.
? 1L Wl |H W|"- |L. W| ]HW|
5 0:04] 1.3! 7:111 5.31 l:Ut 2.0 7:33 3.9
0 O:5S[ ' 1.7|,7:51| 5.4! 2:2« I.B| 8:39 a.»
7 1:42 2.0| S:2S '5.41 3:01 i 1.1 i):XQ 4.0
8 2:22 2,31 9:00 5.5 3:57 0.7 10:28 4.1
9 3:C2 2.5 9:2S 6.6 4:09 0.3 11:14 4.2
10 3:39 2.7)9:51 5.6 4:43 0.0 11:55 4.2
11 |'4:15| 2.9f10:15f s.t' 5:17{— 0.2|. .:..|:.. .T. T
NOTE — In tha above exposition of the. tides
the early mornisg tides are given in the left
hand column and the : successive tides of the
day in the order, of occurrence as to time; the
fourth time column gives the last tide of the
day. except when there are but three tides, as
sometimes occurs. Th* heights given are in
addition to the soundings of th- United States
Coast Survey Charts, except when a minus (—)( — )
eign precedes the height, and then the number
given is subtracted from the depth given by
th« charts. The plane of reference Is the ineun
of th* lower low waters.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
ARRIVED.
Monday, Decembers.
I G«r stmr Assuan. PaeMßler. 8" hours from
Seattle, put in to finish loading.
Stair State of California, : Tliomas, 41 hours
; from San Dietco and way ports.
Stmr Greenwood, Fagerlund, 11 hours from
; Delmar Landing. ' ...
Stmr Sequoia, McClements, 44 hours from
San Pedro.
Stmr Asuncion, Brigett, 24 hours from Port
Harford. .
Stmr Sonoma, Herriman, 20 days 14 hours
12 minutes from Sydney, via Honolulu 5 days
19 bourn" 3-'J minutes. -
Stmr Helen P. Drew, Ounderoon, 60 hours
from San Dieeo. ', . \u25a0 . \u25a0 . \u0084
Stmr I'l-entiss, Schlllinsky, 25 hours from
Eureka. ; \u25a0 ' ~ . " .. ' •
Br shiD Mozambique, Davies, 181 days from
\ Antwerp. \u25a0 \u25a0 . .
Schr Newark, Johnsod, 12 hours from Stew
artß Point. - \u25a0 -
Schr Mary C. Cam d be! l, 9 hours from lio
dc.a. !
CLEARED.
Monday,' December 4.
Stmr Bonita, Alberts, San Pedro; P CS S Co.
Stmr City of Topeka, Cann, Seattle; P C -S
S Co.
I Stmr Corona. Glelow. Eureka; P CSS Co.
SAILED. ;
Monday, " December 4. •.\u25a0•*
' Stmr Costa Rica. Kidston, Astoria. .
Stmr Eureka. Jessen. Eureka.
Stmr Corona. Gielow. Eureka.
Stmr Boiiita, Alberts. San- Pedro. '
Htmr Elizabeth. Jensen. Bandon. - Or. :
Stmr Sequoia, Chlemenn, Eureka, . :
Schr Newark, Johnson; : B>-3cbee» Landing.
Schr Susie M. Plummer. Hanson. Port Town
send. *•• \u25a0 -."- • - '%\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0.-.\u25a0
Tug peflance. Jsme«, Monterey and Gavlota.
<•-\u25a0 SPOKEN.
• ! Per Br shiD Mozambique, , from Antwerp,
Dec -i— Oct-0. In lat 50 S," long 8.1 W, c»oke
'Br »hiD Almora, from : Cardiff, ; for Acapulco.
Oct B—ln8 — In lat 02 S. long 79 W, spoke : Br ship
Claverdcn, lrom- Antwerp, for Puget Sound. ;
EyV-i TELEGRAPHIC.
POINT I^OBOS, Dec. 4—lo4 — 10 p. m. — Weather
clear: wind NE; velocity 12 miles per hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS.
. PORT TOWNSIiND— Arrived , Dec 3— Schr
Mary E. Foster." from; Honolulu; .
. Sailed Dec S— Schr John A Campbell, for San
\u25a0 Pedro/ - - : - - •\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 .'\u25a0'-' : - ; --. \u25a0 ; - \u25a0 '- -. '-.'
EUREKA— SaiIed Dec 3~Stmr. Alliance, for
Portland; ctmrPrenties,- for San .Franclooo. -
Arrived Dec o—Stnir-laqua.o — Stnir-Iaqua. hence Dec.2;
power schr Corinthian, hence Nov. 30. : . .
/•\u25a0Arrived Dec 4 — Power schr Argus, -hence Deo
2; stmr F. A. KllhurrC hence Dee 3.-J
• - Sailf <i Dec *-rStmr \u25a0 Pomona,*f or San \u25a0 Fran
oisco. c- .-\u25a0 .-.-\u25a0:;' :\u25a0: " . ;\u25a0'\u25a0--;\u25a0,\u25a0-\u25a0.- \u25a0_\u25a0'.\u25a0..-;'\u25a0*\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0_-.:
Hailed Dec 4— Stmr V"', A- Kllburn for AsUh
ria and Portland, via Coos-Jlay. •*.
PORT HARFORD — Arrived Dec J 3-^Stmr j
Asuncion. \u25a0 from ; Seattle, pnd sailed for San
Francls«co;' stmr Whlttler," for Portland. Ore. -•
Arrived . Dec X— Tue Sea RoTer* ' with*- barge
S In low.-' hence Dec f 2/ (.and ./balled ' Dep i, 4
a m. ' for "San Francisco. "\u25a0-".".\u25a0\u2666' _.'.';- .'\u25a0-,
'A rrived .- Den . 4 — Stmr • Pieadena., from San
Pfedro.^ and. sailed 0 p m. : - for Eureka. , Dec *4 — \u25a0
Stmr Snnta Monica, Jh»nce \u25a0 Dec i 3. - and. nailed
, r .i» m for/ San -Pedro; \u25a0>*tmr < CoO9 Bay, - from •
San Pedro, and suited \u25a0<> ':\u25a0 P\u25a0. m : for San^Fran
cisco. Doc 4.1 p m — Tusr Sea King, with-barge
Sstnta Paula in tow,v hence .-Dec 3, and "sailed
Dec 4.', JO p m,"i for San -Francisco. •" fe; :.-, ..;--;
GRAYS HARBOR— Arrived Dec 3— Scter Roy :
Somers, hence Nov 22.; \u25a0\u25a0-*-\u25a0-\u25a0 . .- a
• Arrived •' Dec . 3 — Stmr :• Grace . Dollar, hence
Nov 30. .".:::,. '•:\u25a0' r.;vS;^:,"}.
Arrived Dec' 4 — Stmr G : C .Lindauer, hence
Dec 1; schr Oliver J.'- Olson, from Ban Pedro.-'
TACOM A— Arrived Dec : o— Bark Charles ; B.:
Kenney," henc«" ; Xov.:lS. ' ' ' -\u25a0 ' •;
SAN PISDRO-r-ArrlveJ • Dec- 3-^-Stmr. : .--Coos
Bay. - hence ' Nov> W; r-stmr Northland,"v hence i
Dec- L >- '-?..-":-'\u25a0-'.\u25a0\u25a0 •*\u25a0•.- :-. -\u25a0\u25a0••?\u25a0\u25a0 7". ••'
Sailed Dec 3 — Stmr.Olympia, for:San.Fran
ciaco: etmr-Coofl- Bay, for, San Francisco/; via ;
way ports. _•".-\u25a0- ••..•/*-\u25a0\u25a0";;\u25a0'-•; .;-•,,.-. . .t, ;'..- •. \
• Sailed Djo s^-Stmr Samoa,*for San Franc'seo
•'Arrived > Dec - 4 — Stmr * Shasta; •- from ' , Grays '
Harbor: • stmr Marshfleld, - ; hence ; Dec f- 1 ; \u25a0' stmr !
Nome City, hence Deo 2.*> \u25a0'.'-'\u25a0\u25a0> \u25a0' \u25a0 "' " , v: \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.'•\u25a0 ;c \u25a0";\u25a0'\u25a0
-\Salled Vac -4 — Bktn :.T. P.'.Emlgh,-*for;Port"
Townsend ; ' bktn -. Benlcla;"- for; Bellinghara : " stmr :
Norwood and stmr Samoa.for San Francisoo. • ;
\u25a0 ASTORIA— SaiIed . Dec >. 4— gtmr ; Cascade,- for 1
San Francisco;. .; echr *W« F. Jewett,w for \u25a0•- San
Pedro; .bktn", Encore, 3 for; San Francisco. * - !
Sailed Dec 4— Fr t bark s- Brizeux. for '- Port :
Plrler schr Jennie Wand; 'for La, Pax. " -\u25a0 :
r JUNEAU— SaiIed \u25a0 Dec ; 3— Stmr. Jefferson, for !
Seattle. --\u25a0.., •••-..:,,'. -, : ....*._\u25a0\u25a0:. ± \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0---.\u25a0 \u25a0*....- •
\u25a0c MONTEREY— Arrived ;> Nov.* 27— 8tmr ; Rose
crer.».,:wlth gcbr- Monterey . in^ tow, from :A^''
torla. :\u25a0-. .>-..,-;- -\u0084\u25a0\u25a0", -•-\u25a0„\u25a0;...: \u25a0..\u25a0';...,, ,-..;,
-\u25a0 ' To ; *ail Dee ; {h— Stmr Rosecrans, i with < schr !
Monterey in : tow, • for \u25a0 Honolulu. • ,\u25a0-\u25a0:-\u25a0\u25a0' '>
\u25a0-Arrived Dec 3— Ship; Marlon .Chllcott; from I
Weather Report.'
(120 th Meridian— Pacific Time:)
SAN FRANCISCO. 'Dec. 44-s"p. m.
The following maximum and- minimum tem
j>erature3 are reported -for the previous day.: •
Boston ..\...: ttO-34 New York . . ." . ... 58-34 .
Cincinnati 20- IS Philadelphia .'..'..46-38
Chicago 21-1S Plttsburg .....;. .32-18
Honolulu. H. T. . 78-70 St. Louis : 8()-18
Jacksonville .....70-34 Washington .....;48-28
New Orleans . ...02-30 '•-.\u25a0'.. *•"'." .
SAN FRANCISCO ..... .;,•.'. .60-48 ;'.
The following are the seasonal rainfalls' to
date as compared with those, of. the same date
last season, and the rainfall In the - last •twen
ty-four hours: > - •'
I Last This Last. .
stations — 24 Hours. Season. Season.
Eureka 0.00 . 5.83 fi.34
Red Bluff ...0.00 2.U8- 10.81
Sacramento 0.00 1.2S 7.60
San Francisco . ; . . Gj.OO -\u25a0 .' .92 . .- 8.59
.San Jose O.oo' 2.tXJ - 4.82,
Fresno ;'.'. O.Oit .SB 5.07 '
Independence 0.00 . .4-* ' .45
San Luis Obispo... O.(Xt 2.04 4.75
Los Angeles .. o.olk 3.02 1.4»
San Diego ........ 0.00 , r 4.12 21
\u25a0 \u25a0 THE COAST RECORD.
! Mi i--i
STATIONS. y •§ * B .-3§ . =•" . £
\u25a0 : \u25a0 ' c c\u25a0. : \u25a0 :\u25a0. -. • §
- ,- . • • "II . • - .
, • it r> . ... . -
Baker ...... .ao.3S 3« S2 NW Cloudy .00
Reno 30.32 42. 16 E . .r- Clear - : .00
Eureka 30.C8 48 46: SW , Cloudy .00
"Fresno 30.12 54. 34 W -Clear' .00
S. -E. Karallon.3o.ofl r6B 44 NW : Cloudy "00
Flagstaff 30.28 44 . 6 N -.'\u25a0< Pt.Cldy m
Indep^idence .30. IB 5« 28 S , Clear 00
L-js Angeles. .3o:o4 74 60 W \u25a0 -Clear. - Co
Mt Tamalpais.3o.lo 51 49 NE Cloudy 00
North Head.. 30. 02 48 .40 E Cloudy *00
Phoenix .....80.02: 72 38 S Clear .00
P<jtr.t Reyes..So.f2 62 48 E 'Pt.Cldy .00
Pocatello ....30.46 S8 28 SW CTear; T
Portland .....30.12 44 40 SE ..Cloudy .0»>
Red Bluff. .. .30.10 ' fio 34 E Cleaj- ' 00
R05eburg..:. 30.04X56 -44 -XE .-' Pt.Cldy" .00
Sacramento,.. 3o. l2 \->4. 32 NE Clear. SoO
Salt, I^ake. \u0084.30.36, 38. 28 .... Clear \u25a0 • 00
San Franclsco.Bo.l2 6f> .46 .NE Pt.Clds-.00
Pan" Jo?e -.30.08 62 36 W aear 00
S. " L. .Obispo, .30.08 .72 \44 V N : ' Cletr ?> 100
Pan Diego. . ..30.04 \6O 50 .. . . Clear- ' no
Seattle .....'..30.08 .50 34 'se' Cloudy !00! 00
TaiS^/'-^J^J^&SP^- 0 ?
Walla Wa11a.30.32 32 30 :NE ' cVoudy "o6
Winnemueca .30.38 ,33 S NE Clear 0O
Yuma ...... .30.06 70^46 NW' Clear: jpo
WEATHER CONDITIONS AND \u25a0GENERAL
FORECAST. ,
The pressure continues high over the western
half of the country, but conditions are becom
ing more favorable for the approach of a storm
on the northern coast. - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 -
There haa. been but little change In temper
ature, throughout California 1 during the past
twenty-four hours. — f \u25a0 _
-The indications are that there will be a de
\ cided increase in cloudiness . Tuesday,- with
i fresh southerly- winds . and - poeslbly rain by
Tuesday nirht. -. - :« ••- • \u25a0 J
Forecast, lor December 5: / "
San Francisco •\u25a0 . and vicinity — Tncreatinx
cloudlnessTuesday and possibly light rain by
night; light oast winds,. changing to southerly
Los Angeles; and . vicinity— Fair -* Tuendav'-
Usrht north winds - J _ - . .' ueMa > •
Sacramento _ Valley— Cloudy ; Tuesday fresh
east .winds, .-v-.'u \u25a0 . z . --, \u25a0 ..
. San Josquin • Valley — Fair Tuesday; lieht
north, winds. ;:; . . -,-;-,\u25a0\u25a0 ' . \u25a0 .
Coast — Cloudy Tuesday," north" ' of San' Fran
cisco, 5 with fresh south winds: south of San
Francigco/ fair; light north"winds. •
Nevada — Fair Tuesday."--"' . '-\u25a0: ' ;' ' '"'-\u25a0
\u25a0A. G. McADIE. District Forecaster
Honolulu,- and. sailed i Dec :4 for" Gaviota and
San Frasclsco, Jn. tow. tut, Defiance. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--* •
tT T ? , "?"i P c ? '"\u25a0 s~BarH,5 ~ Bar H, Warion Chlicott, for
i Honolulu, In-tow stmr>RoBfccrans •-."\u25a0
hclc^Dlc L^ ArriVed : eo4 -Stmr Queen.
Sailed : Dec : 4— Stmr UmaUlla, for San Fran-
Arrived Oec-4— Stmr DirlßO, hence Nov 29
Sailed Dec 4— Stmr Edith, for San Francisco
• Sailed vnec '4.- a p m-Stmr CharlesNS:
for San Francisco. : .\u25a0. \u25a0 -„ i • _ -.:]~ \u25a0
; TATOOSH— Passed In . Dec 4— Br bark
W>atherfield, fromKaanapall, for. Port Town-
Bend.*."',""- ' \u0084"-:.-'\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0"-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-• ' . . \u25a0'. -. -\u25a0 ... .
Paeeed in Dec 4— Schr Ethel Zahe." from San
Die*o.v/or Everett;,; schr^Bainbrldge. from
Refiondo.' for Port Blnkeley. *. ' lTom
SANTA BARBARA— Sailed Dec 4--Stmr Coos
Bay. for San Francisco: etmr Santa Rosa for
San Dleco. v - - -. , \u25a0 -' \u25a0 .\
PORT TOWNSEND-VArrived De c 4— Fr bark
Pierre Loti. from. Hobait. . r P*™
SEM'AKD— Sailed D^c 3— Stmr Bertha for
Seattle, v * . . '
COOS BAY— Arrived " Dec ,4—Stmr /AlUance
from Eureka.
Bailed : Dec 3— Schr Jessie Minor,". \u25a0 for San
Francisco. ••'- ':• :.:,\u25a0\u25a0•' •- r ".v .-•-.-. \u25a0\u0084-'\u25a0'-..- ^
SAN DIEGO— SaUed Dec 4-^Schr Bertha Dol
beer, for Eureka/ «: \u25a0\u25a0 •-\u25a0".'- - •\u25a0.'- -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .\u25a0 .
.-PORT GAMBffE^ — 'Arrived Dec 4— Schr" Veen \u25a0'
from Belllneham."- : »\u25a0 . ' . '
-I>X)RT. BRAOG— Sailed Dec 4— Stmr^ James
S Hi*rifins. lor San' Francisco.:" s ..- . ' -.-- .-.
•Arrived Doc \u25a0 4-^-Stmr .National - City hence
Dec 3.- •-."-•• -v- \u25a0 \u25a0': - •* S •
• ISLAND PORTS. A- '
; HrLO— Arrived Dec 3-rSchr J H"Lunsmann
tram' Newcastle, 'Aus. . \u25a0 \u25a0 . "
v KAHULUI— SaiIed Dec . 4— Stmr' Nevadan
for, Seattle .,; - , .-.\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0 ..-.-.
. .EASTERN PORTS:
NEW.' YORK— Arrived i Dec 2— Br •' »tmV Af
ghan Prince, \ from Yokohama." ,
FORKION PORTS. '
MAURITIUS — Arrived \u0084:Nov;: 20— Br »tnir
Cambrian '. King, ' from '•\u25a0 Delagoa ' Bay,'.: for • Van-
COUVer. >'\u25a0\u25a0•-\u25a0-''\u25a0--•' - ; 5' ":*,/\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0.\u25a0"\u25a0 -\u25a0-:\u25a0.-. \u25a0 :;,-.k. \u0084
•-\u25a0MELBOURNE— Arrived Nov aO-r-Ger^bark
Anna,'; from -Chemalnus. . "''-:-\u25a0.. .•' . •
:\TENERIFFE— Arrived Dec 2— Ger stmr The
ben.4 hence T July : 3l ;' for : Hambur^.^i
.'"'Bailed Nnv.;lo-^Ger stmr Besoetrls,< for San
Francisco. "\u25a0•'\u25a0 -' '; ; - \u25a0\u25a0-.;\u25a0 , " .
. - CORONEI^— Sailed : Nov, t9— Br atmr Ardova '
for : De!« were -.*- Break WBter. "\u25a0.\u25a0'\u25a0;'-,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0_ \u25a0 , '
•. LADYSMITH— SaiIed \ Der. - S-^-Br : atmr ' \u25a0VVei-
Uneton. tfor San iFr»ncl«co. •\u25a0• :--'." \u25a0-.".-.
;.i CAPE J SPARTEl^— Passed Dec ' I— Oc r ' stmr
Albenga.- from; Hongkong,- for:N«w York* -^ " '•
SV HONGKONG— Arrived \u25a0 Dec 4— Stmr Siberia
hence'Kov'4;J-.;>,r^ is,- '.. :\u25a0;/- „-\u25a0\u25a0,-. _. . .. . \u0084'
r .YOKOHAMA— Arrived .D«c 3— Stmr Mongo
lia- -hence v. Nov '-16. -\u25a0;;'- ' - - y. \u25a0 \u25a0 : "™."s l| » O .
i COMOX— Sailed Dec »— Nor.atmr Tc'rie vr
en, -for Ban; Francisco ."-•••"'•\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0 - \ •'-.•- \u25a0-\u25a0"\u25a0 -•Z » "<\u25a0 ; * .
i>GUAYMAB— Sailed' Dec* 4— SchV Watson A
West, -•' fcr s Grain - Harbor. • •'. .?\u25a0\u25a0 - - .-; \u25a0\u25a0'. . - l ""-' ™
. PANAMA-^Salled,Nov.3o— Stmr City of Sv<!"
ney, for San Francisco. : i .: \u0084 .*: * ~ ya
; ' i SAN / BLAS-r-Salled a Dec ' 3— Stmr City - of
ranama.^for San Francisco:^ :., ;/-;\u25a0..; -7 Ui
-".MAZATLAN— SaiIed Dbc, 3— Stmr" City of
Para, for; San > Francisco. : .. ,v .. \u25a0:^
KUBB— Sailed v Dec . 8--Br stmr j Beckenham ;
for Shanchal.'v''' - \u25a0- \ ~. :: - ----- \u25a0: .: .. \u0084.,'
: NEWCASTLE, S AUS.— Sailed « Nov "'i 2— Bhlo
' Ardencralr, T / for ;HAncon.~f Nov ; s— Ship Kenil
worth; for Honolulu..; - \u25a0.: " s •\u25a0-\u0084;, \u25a0:;,., r
.?Tln'port'loadlng.NoT JO— Ship Edward Sewell ~
for Honolulu ; '. Br bark I Calcutta. » for Ban Fran- i
dfcor'-ahio'. Great JArtmlral, for vy,-~- -- .-. \u25a0:\u25a0.
-y HOBART— ArrivedJNovi 7^Fr * bark V Bon
champs, - f rom ' Barry, > for ' orderß." \u25a0' -?• • \u25a0 -
?:-.-: v ..~rj .:: OCEAN :STBAMERS. \u25a0'\u25a0'.-' \u25a0': \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.;' y :..
; \u25a0 NEW YORK— Arrived Dec 4— Stmr . Umbria;
TELLS OF RAKES
IN THE ORIENT
Professor Wicker Unfolds
" Story of Lives of Wliite
Men Away; in the Far East
GERMANS LOVE TO -WOKK
Dr. Thomas Day Gives Vivid
: Word Picture of Teutons'
Thoroughness in Labor
Professor E. A. TTlcher, D. D., of San
Francisco Theological Seminary, former-,
ly minister -of the -American V church at
Kobe, ' Japan, ; addressed^ the ' Occidental
Board of Foreign Missions yesterday aft
ernoon. Mrs. Cyrus | S. -Wright presided.
.Dr. -Wicher in speakin'gfof the religious
needs ; of the white communities in the
Far East said: .
. There has * been .' one great ' deficiency in the
missionary enterprise of the Christian church.
It 'has failed to provide for. the religious needs
of; the \u25a0 large, white -communities which have
grownup east- of Singapore.
\u25a0They, are notgtisually^constdered legitimate
objects . of . foreign" missionary activity . because
they are not heathen; and they are not. within:
the - sphere of the home mission boards be
cause they are not In r the home lands.
-Among the 100.OC0 -whites In the Far East,
not including India, there are no : poor. The
white man. Is : always a ,Vdonnasen"~ gentle
man, and a man of. the most- Important affairs.
His life is the most luxurious In the world.
Their homes are palatial and, moreover. -. every
white' man in ' the ' eyes of the native is a
Christian. . • "
j i What i kind " of a : Christian, I • would ask ? t '
i The whole story cannot be told In a public
gathering like the * present, but -some. things
can, be mentioned.- — - .\u25a0 .
In many most , influential - circles in the
'Orient j there Is no . prejudice whatever against
the young or old white man having a native
mistress and sometimes more than on*. \ ' .--.
~ There Is an abnormal consumption of wine
by the white men. and 'many 'young men who
have been reared in frugal and godly Ameri
can homes .become v grossly dissipated in the
temptations of their new surroundings. .
This Is far from applying to all white men
In the Par East, for'somt'of the best "and
most Christian men I have I ever known are
merchants there, v - . \u25a0• \u25a0
' What Is to be done?. These men are without ,
religious ordinances. There should be a chap
lain appointed to every white community. Thlg
can only be accomplished through the--.com-'
mon action of all the Protestant churches of
America. . '" . .' . • '.'.-\u25a0
The money will not be ' the most Important
consideration in . the establishment of * a sys
tem of chaplaincies. Tor most of the support
would-be found directly.* on the ground If the
right- men s were i sent. But the American
churches must nevertheless take the Initiative
and assume the ultimate responsibility."
•At the . close of Dr. Wicher's address
Miss Jennie. Cartridge moved and it Was
resolved; to petitfon.the council of mission
boards of America to take action in the
direction indicated. .' - :"'-.., '»
- : Dr. Thomas |F. Day of the San Fran
"cisco Theolosical Seminary gave a' de
scription of his recent travels through
Germany before 1 the -Presbyterian " minis
ters' meeting at 920 Sacramento street
yesterday morning.'- :
Dr. Day paid many compliment*- to the.
thrift and sterling merits of the German
nation. They are. all workers, said he,
and love to labor. Every man,- whether
professional man. tradesman or \u25a0 working
man, |is determined jto do his 16 vel best
to attain the very highest standard in his
calling. '
The Germans may be slower In their
output than are the \u25a0* Americans, but
everything has an ideal, finish. No mat
ter what the objeeCit is artistically com
pleted." • ;'- v .'- : '..'' 1 .- --»•:• *v. \u25a0'.;•;.-*• i.
America,' said Dr.' Day, has'a good deal
to learn from' the German's idealism and
combination of law and -HbeVty. ' And, he
said. Germany can , learn • much from the
United' States an to breadth of "outlook
and versatility in the practical conduct
6f life. -.; .•;\u25a0; \u25a0
'He gave a graphic account "of .the an
cient and \u25a0 beautiful 1 cities, and his de
scription of Rbtheriburg with its old walls'
still standing save his rfudience the great
est delight, r.
' Dr. Day \ lingered for* some time on his
description ojf the "great monument 'of
Martin Luth«'r. at \u25baWorms. His woi^ pic
tures 6i the Rhine and parts df HWland
were vividly' trueVto nature. / -'
The Rev. -William Rader. ' fresh r from
his I3astern. tour, paid a visit to the Con
gregational ministers' meeting yesterday
and listened to an address bytthe Rev.
W. H. Atkinson of San Rafael. . Mr. Ra
der was warmly greeted by- his col
leagues, ',:*/; ;' " ' *. ). .\u25a0 " •-/ \u25a0
Miss Gedalius spoke before the Method
ist ministers 1 meeting yesterday on ; the
"Duty of Giving the (jospel to the Jews."
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MOVEMENT.
Great Interdenominational (.iitlicrlnj; to
j Aweteroble In S»n : Froncl»fo. \u25a0..-'*."."
The interdenominational movement
among youns.pepplc in;the East for the
study,. of missions,; a-movement* which
has ". been " thoroughly ,4, 4 organized , and
holds Its \u25a0 annual Jconference^ut Silver
Bay, \ Lake George, ; purposes | extending
its work : to ," the coast "and proposes jto
hold a series of institutes on the Pacific
Coast. '-• \u25a0 .;:":\u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0;:\u25a0-•.;*- - /"
-Work will begin ;wlthi a: four days'
besslon at Los Angeles the first week of
January and a four days', session will be
held in San^Francisco at , the Central
Method Ist J ; Epißcopal ; Church,' Mission
street, the T second"week in January. r All
the Protestant bodies will be represent
ed, including' the Episcopalians.-- Many
will attend, from" New York. :
The'sessions will be open here Thurs
day ""night, .January- 11, and will ; con-*
tlnue r ; until and including.' Sunday." Jan- :
vary .14."'. ; •\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0''• '-r-'* ";.. .-.•"" "' :
GUTS JL.EAVK OK SUPKUIOIt
COURT TO CONTEST ELECTION
Judge ; HandM Dctrn ";• Opinion Reverslns
Decision of State Official nnd
•* \u25a0"':;. Governor ;Pardee.\; "
t'i SANTA :^. BARBARA,^ Dec. ; ; i-^Sur
perior.rjudge of - thisi.county
rendered a decision, tb-day : in tho action
of C.l G. ; Larab against '"Attorney 'Webb,
granting i a .iwrjt .of • mandamus -. tb; com
pel the Attorney General to grant Lamb
leave to sue -in ; the ~ pamd'of i the people,
contesting :: the j election of ; Francis M.
Glass as '\u25a0 Supervisor : of /the (jThird.'DisV
trtctof ; Santa r^Barbara^^ County. The
eloctiqn- : ;of.;\Nove'jnbery 1901, ; was 'de
clared 'at tie -and *at a.'second ; cl ectioa
Glass waW successful. \u25a0'.-; Lamb, petitioned
the* Attorney! General for,, leave , to con-,
test i the ' first ' election/I but'the petition
was denied ;bv ?both ; - Attorney. Gen
eral *Wcbb Tail d or ' Pard c"c.'
Suspected ' Dynnpiltera ' Jailed.
- SANTA 'BARBARA; Dee. 4.---Bherifr
Stewart - of this .-county /-has-been > ad
vised i of.- the arrest .'at :.Coalinga ; of .; E.
McKeoney and- E. ";J^ Snow/^ two^inen
suspected »of ; the • attempted dyna miting
of the "Southern?: Pacific ("Coaster"^' on
the', Los ) Alamos lylaductaj several 'weeks
ago, 'were'made -by.'a' spe^
cial- agent 5 of the* Southern **. Pacific. "
from \u25a0 Liverpool ; , stmr Iji Gascogne, 'from
\u25a0pL.yMOUTH-^-Arrived Dec 4— Stmr L Kaiser
Wllhelm d«r • Großse, from New York.
Memoranda. '.
-\u25a0> P«r ' Ger atmr Assuan— D*c 4, 6 : miles south
of liKhtshio »aw'-ai four-masted bark.;-. ,
.-. Per '» Br % ship : Moaamblque. v from
t Dec 4-^Experienced a succession of WSW, gates
off'OMue :• Horn \u25a0 lattlnir about six. weeks; bl«w,
away ' i«everal J sails : and did . other : minor dam
•.*W)NDON, D«c." 4.— The- Br "steamer ; KnlKht
EJrrant.-* from \u25a0 Astoria - and \ .Taeoma,"^ put '• Into
Mororan " r dama«te{l. ...Deck : , movables .-washed
overboard j by , ae*'«» - tvnhoon. / Proceeded '•• to
\u25a0Yokohama. : " 3 \u25a0•".;>*".•" '•' .."\u25a0"• ': '- •\u25a0 '"\u25a0" \u25a0 \u25a0 . .-•.
We Cure tfH *l 5Q
Men Tor v!4i^
We Will Treat, Any Single Un-
k complicated Ailment
nfi^m Vwter -Absolute Guarantee-
tm- W No Pziy Unlc^
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0V'^hk I *'-^^, - nun Cnrnil ACCPD* Tlew of there being so manjt
J^&tmk f.tm^ UUK JfttlAL UrrCft . afflicted with private chronic
rtrfMK TTjK/iBB^ and fx-lvic diseases who are treating with quack specialists
'^vBSM _ !L I and inexperienced physicians without receiving any benefit.
Hd^ \ff^f 'SB w e have decided to make a special offer to ehartje only one-
J< \%/'^'-^Sm half of our regular fee for enrtnr those who are now un-
->* ..--\u25a0\u25a0 •'\u25a0>\u25a0 *-"-. - dergolng treatment elsewhere and are dlssatlsfled. For In-
If you are afflicted with either Hydrocele. Stricture or Nervous Decline.
our charge for curing either of which without any complications !» C 25.00. we will
. guarantee to cure you for $12.50. and accept the money In aay way you wish to .
Day. -We will also cure Contagious Blood Poison for 512.50. which Is just half our
-"">\u25a0, regular fee.- The liberal offer Is made to ennhle -those to be, cured who have soent
\u25a0 their moneys In doctoring without relief.- and to show the many who have treatad
with dozens of physicians without benefit that w* nave tbe only methods that pro-
\u25a0" 'duce a llfelone cure. ""' / " „\u25a0 - . ..- ,«-,
Out methods are up-to-date and are endorxed by the Jtlshest med-
ical authorities of Europe nnd America. Hence bur racces* la the
treatment of men** diseases. Remember, our special ry I«< limited to the
rilseniies of MEN. and ME.V OXI.Y.
"^PRIVATE DISEASES — Newly contracted and ebronJc cases cored. All burning,.
'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 Itching and Inflammation stopped In 24 hours; cures effected In 7 days.
... We cover, the entire field of private and chronic, deep-seated, com-
plicated diseases. -' . "
A LIFE-LONfQ CURE FOR
ULCERS •" SKW DISEASES '
STRICTURE PILES AXD FISTUI»A-
HYDROCBLE I'ROST.VTIC DISEASES - ''
**BI.OOD^OISOS. AERVO- VITAL DEBILITT
CHRONIC DISCHARGES KIDXEV AJfD BLADDER DISEASES
- write if you cannot call. All correspondence strictly confidential and all re-
Blle« sent in plain envelopes-. No names, cases, letters or photographs of patients pub.
U niirn _S to S. 7 to 8 Daily t Sunday*. oto 12.
DR. HOLSkAN & CO;
729 MARKET ST. (Top Floor), S. F.
lUia SJ* To Chicago in Three Day*.
v.-i;b Dineo «tkl Steepet.
Santa Fe Trains
7730 a. m.l For' Stockton. Merced. ,Fre« no :
\u25a0and > -\u25a0•\u25a0 Hanford. Vlsalla, Bakersfleld
8-00 d m.J snd Intermediate joints.
0 : 30 a.m.— California Limited three days to
. - Chicago every day. Direct con-
y; :• . . , nectton to Grand Canyon.
9:30 a. m.— Valley Limited, for Stockton. Mer-
-.•*" » ced Fresno. Hanford, V Ualla
') and' Bakersfield and Points, on
- \u25a0 the Sterra Railway. ---
4:00 p. m.— For Stockton and Intermediate
S :(H> v. m.— Overland Express, for - Chicago.
\u25a0 . r • . Kansas City. Denver and Grand
Canyon. \u25a0
TICKET OFFICES.
«M Market street ........."••• .Pan Francisco j
CALIFORNIA X&
Tlburoa Ferry. Foot of Market Street.
SAW FRAXCISCO^O SAX RAKABJ-
AVEEK DATS— 7:3O. 8:«> a. m.; 12:55. »^».
SUNDAY^-8:Co;9:30 a. m.; 12:35. S:3O. 5:10.
.- 6:30 p. m. .vJSJHt&SWSSffISiWiS
SA> RAFAEL TO: S A Y. FRANCISCO.
WEEKS -DAyS-^iCS. 7:35. 7:50. 9:20 a. m.'.
' 12:50. 3:40. 5:00. S:CO P. m.
SVXDiYS— «:C3..B:CO. 8:16. 9:40 a. m.; 3:40.
4:50. 5:00. JS:2O. 6:30 p. nu . . i
""TLeave ,1 In Effect , I Arrive
San Fran. I . Opt. \u25a08. 1005. f San Fran.^_-
"Weeirfsun- i Destlna- I Run- I Week
Dayg. (days. { tlon. ( daja. \ Day 3.
7-3Oal 800 a . " T9:loai S:4oa
:Wi 9:":J0a Ignaclo. .10:40 a|lo:2oa
3:30p 3:SOp { <s:©op «:20 p
5:10 p 5:10 p | t :30 p|
"0:COaI 0:^0al Nipa. I 9:loat 8:40 a
siiopl5 iiopl s:lop| . '. \ .'.. [g-20pl «.=2OP
"-\u25a0^. 0 "T :.., ;_--: i- : j 9:10 a S:4oa
8:00 a N<tvato. I0:4OalO:23a
3:30 p 9:30 a Petaluma ' 8:05 p 8:20 p
'3:10p 3:30 p and '-" 7:35 p
6:10y " Sarta Hosa. - -:; : •
7-SOal I ~- |10:4Oa 10:25 a
." 1 S:COa{ ; Fulton. Il^Opf.D^Op
3i3op! 3:30 pj 1 .' \u25a0- '
'• ;. I " "\u25a0 ". Windsor • 1- -
7^oaf 8:00 a - . Hfaldaburg — 10:<0a 10:25*
I- I Lytton i '
3:30 p GeyservHle 7:30 p 6:20 p
| Cloverdale 1
7-30a| 8:00 al Hopland 110:40 a!lO:25 a
3:30pr3:30p| and UkUh - { 7:30 pj g:2>) \f
\u25a0'"]\u25a0\u25a0 I WlMlts- and I- ' I
'7:3Oa{ S:COa| Sherwood [ 7^30 p[ €:20 p
7:30 a! 8:0O al ' - 110:40 a|10:25 a
\u25a0 3:30 pi 3::S0 p| • Gwernerille -\u25a0':.{• 7 :SO p{ «:2Op
'^ 7-30 a| T B:Ct>ar Sonoma f 9:10 aJ*B:4O a.
" 5:10 pr 5:10 p| Glen Ellen I 6:oo pj 6:20 p
-;30a **8:00"a! -- - 10;40a;i0:25 a.
3:50 p 3:30 pi SebastopoL 7:aopJ6:2Op
s:lQp 5:10p( - 1 »•
STAGES "connect at Green; Bfae for San
Quentln; at Santa Vßoea for-, White' Sulphur
Springs and -Mark. West .Springs: at Lytton
for \u25a0 Lytton Springs; at Geyaervtlle for Skagg-a
ssprings- at Cloverdale for the Geysera, Boon-
ville and -Green wood:. at : Hopland for Duncan
Springs -Highland Springs. KelseyvlU*. Carls-
bad Spring*.' Soda Bay. Lakeport. Bartlett
Springs and Lake County Hot Springs; ,*t
Uklah for Vichy . Springs, Saratoga Springs,
Blue Lakesv Laurel" Dell Lake. Wltt«r Sprintts.
Upper Lake « Porno, Potter Valley. John Day*e.
Llerly's. Hullvllle. Orr*s Hot - Springs. Half-
way House: Comptche. Hopkins. . Mendocino
City," Fort Bragsr. Westport and Usal: at WIK
Uts fo- Hearst and Sawyers: ' at "Snerwood for
Fort -Brags, Cahto.; Covelo. Laytotrvllle. Cum-
mlEgs,: Bell's Springs. Harris. , Hnbbard. Fralt-
land, - Dyer, Garbervllle. Camp . 5^ Pepperwood.
i Scotia and Eurtka. ; -- .:•'- \u25a0 '--. •. »:. '\u25a0;. .
Saturday and Monday round -trip tickets at
\u25a0 reduced rat»s.
On Sunday— Round-trtt> tickets to all points
! teyend San Rafael at-half rates. - .. '.
\u25a0 Ticket-office: fisO Market St.. Chronicle build--
:v"jAS.""-.AGLER. ) ;"'--, R X. RTAXAr "
!'.', .1- Gen.j Manager.' \; : / _*^Gen.^Pa3» Agt*'
; *,„\u25a0...„.-_: . - -. .- - \u0084 — ,
ROSS VALLEY,
,^^^^p CAZADERO, he.
SUBURBAN; SEKVICE. STANDARD GAUGK.
;- , Depart we«-k days , and . Sundays at . 7 :00 <nx-
ccpt Sunday). 7:45, 8:25, 0:10. 0:50. 11 :00 a vi.,
12:2 a 1:45. 3:15. 4:35. 5:15.; 5^0.; 6:30. 7:15.
9:oi>, 10 : 15 and 11:35 d. m. ,- .-
~~ For r Fairfax, -week» days— 7:4s ' a. M.i 5:15
pV> m.* dally. ~> excjrt ' Sunday: -and 3:15 p. \u25a0-• m. '
Seturdays ; only. -' - Sundays " : and holidays — 7 :45,
9:10 a. m. *. ' . • \u25a0. . « -
T ':-."-\u25a0--. ":.-'' THROUGHyTJIAINS. .
7:45 n. m. daily— Cazadero and way stations.
. 3:15 p. m.;; Saturdays only, tor Point Reyes
and .way. -. \u25a0-'<\u25a0 --^-».^ \u25a0-.»\u25a0--\u25a0..-.-, - - - .-'-•-,«- —
-- TICKET. OFFICE— COO Market st. - -
, rERRT^-Unlon . Depot.;' foot ' of Market , st.
;Mf^TAiwALPAIS RAILWAY :
1 jM^fHIBW Leave S. F. 9^o a m 1:45 r m"
fj^pmjH Arrive S. F. ) 0:45 A m 3:55, t:"n. pm
-«^™PHf; '' ' sinmsiT '<mr. '
Lv. S.F. 4:45 nt Ar. S. F. 11.-25 pm
-^BSr V Lt. S- F. 8^5.9:5a,U.^» AM J .45pm
; . * - Ar. S. F. I^o, 2^55t 4^3, 6,-atFM .7-
V W«T \«5O Market ST.,(North Shore Railroad)
M/ICJB t and Sxusxisto Fsksv. Foot Market St.* '
* RAILWAT TRAVEI, _ j; /
Trains leave and are due
/ /x)X£»^V to arrive ai
faffigj&ffl SAN FRANCISCO.
V vJkSrJtt^J / ' BOJ * I)*CiX3«a 3. 190 i
F E «yD«pot
(foot of Market Stra«t.)
mn- MAIN LINE. -— abmtj
7.00 a Klmlra. V»carUie. Winters. Kumtey 7.48i>
- 7.00 a Richmond, Benlcta. SacmmeiUo, .
- • Baixunand War Swtlons 7-23p
\u25a0 7,40 A ValUJa. Napa. CalUtoga. Santa : __
'\u25a0•-.• Roaa, Varttnex. San lUtnoa .- 6-08?
7.40AX11e», Pleaaanton, Llrermore,
. Tracy. Litlirop, Sloctton.. - 7-28f>
B.ooASha»:a Express— (Via Darts).
TVUllams, Willows. tFruto. Ked
B1&2, Portland. Taeoma. Seattle. 7-43P
B.ooa Dstli, Woodland. Ealgnta Landing;
. MaryiTtUe. OrorUle 743p
B.2oa Martinez. Antlouo, Byron, Tracy,
Btoekton, Newmaa, Los Banos, -
Mendota. Armona, Baafard. < \u2666 «•-,
VUaila, PortenrUlß < sjfSo
8-20APort Costa. lAthrop. Merced. Mo r *- wl "
desto;' Fresno, Hiinford, Vlsall*.
- Bskenrtietd 4.43f»
B.4oaKll»j, San ,Io»«, Ltvermore, Stock- .\u25a0 \u25a0- , '
..... •\u25a0 ton (tM!lu»n>, Valley Sprlag, ' -
; lone, Sncrsineato. Plseervllle, - -.
• Colfax. Wary »vllle. CedßlnS.... 4-08P
B<4oAOakda4e, Chinese. Jamestown. _.-.
Sonora. Tuolumnesnd Angfts... . 4 08p
9.COa Atlaatle Eipress— Ogrden and East. 428?
940 a Uicoinond, Port Co»ta. M artr t la ex
- and Wsr Stations (IConcord) ..." 6.48p
10 20AVaileJo, Dailj. Nspa, Sunday only 7.43?
10.20aLos Angeles Pa»«enger— Port
Costa, Martinez, Drron. Tracy,
-- Lathrop, Stockton. Merced. • .
- llayn:onii. Preioo, Oo«hen Juno- . .
Uon. Hanford. Lemoore^ Ylsalla,
Bakersflold, Los Angeles ...70S?
J o.2oa El Paso, Kia^aa City, St. Louis and
Chicago .....:..... 7.08P
H.OOAThe Overland Limited — Omaha, *
Chte«go. Denver. Kansas City... B-48P
11.40 a Nile*. San Jose and Way Stations. 2-40p
tl-00pS*eramento Biver Steaiucn ....... MLOOp
3-2SPPort Co»u, M.irtlnez.Byron. Tracy.
Modesto* Merced, Fresno ;. 12-03p
3.4oPBenlctX Winters. Sacramento,
. Woodland. Knights Landing.
Marysvtlle aod OroTllln 10.43 a
3.4oPllaywurd, Ntles. and Way Stations 7.48P
4.OOPValIeJn. Martinez. Ban Ilamon, '-
\u25a0 Nap*. Callato^o. Baat» Uosa ..... 9.23*
4.ooPXlles. Tracy. Stockton. Ux11....... 10.20 a
4.4op llay ward. XUes. IrrlngtOT, Saa I ' t3.4C*
Jo»e. LlT«rmore.... ) $1 1.43 a
6-OOPThe Owl Limited— Newman. Loa \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-;. -
Banos, Mcmluta, Fretno, Tulare,
BttfeewfleW. Los Angeles 8.43 a
5-00PGo!den State Limited— £l Paso, .
Kansas City, St. Lonlt aad..
Chicago 3.43 a
JO.2o? Harvard. Klles and Sao Joae..... t' 7.08 a
s.2opV»l!ejo. Port Coau. Benlcia. Sul-
mu, Sacramenco : %11.23 a
6JKJPEastern Kxnresa— Omaha, Caleayo,'
Denver, ivniuas City. St. Loula. .
Martinez, Stockton. Sacramento,
' ' : Ueao, Sparka. Muntello. Ogdea .. 12.43P
6-20PHayw»rU, Nllea sod San Jose ;. 943 a
.7.ooPlleno Passenser— Port Coita. Be- ,
' ntcla. Suisun. Elintra. Ptxon," '
" DarKSacrainento, Sparks, Tobo-
• " pan. Uoldfleld ondKeeier ..7.03a
T 74)0 p Vallc jo, Crockett ana Way Bta-
\u25a0'- ' ' tlons, Sund.iy 0n1y..... :. 11428 a
B.2oPOrcctin Jt California Exprew— Sac- \u25a0
.*.;\u25a0• ramentn. MaryH»lUc. Keddlng.
» -^ - Porttantf, Poget Sk>trnd snd East. 8.48 a
; f 9-00PHiywart;N!!e9 and San Joae (Snn<
— 'd»yonr»> \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0... :....:..:..:...... tll-48A
,COAST LINE l.iarr«w UMge).
..-\u25a0-\u25a0-\u25a0< Foot ef Market Styacc)
8-15 Newark. CcntrrvUlr. ban Jose, ."\u25a0 '*
Felloa. Boulder Cree*.- Saat» •
' Cru and Way Stations B-S5-*
"t2>l SpKew ark, Crnt«rTtile, San Jose, *
- Ke«AlniAden.Loa(;atos.F«ltoß.
Boulder Cr»e«. Santa Cruz and
Prladpal Wjy Sutlon* .......... tlO-SoA
;. 4.ispJJ«w?T k - S" Jot * **• 6 » to » •— | :ioit2
" 8 4Spnnnters Trstn — (Snrofday only) \u25a0
' Sao Jo»esnd Way Stations..-.:. .%• t7JBP
. COAST LINE - : (amauii|t»}.
, .- %*- (Thrfd aad Townacad Street».> -. .
61Qa Sun Jusckuil V..y .SUllous... 6-SUO
7J3OASan Joso aßd"Wnv 5ta1t0n5. ........ . &.4CP
84JOa>'cw /Irnadca -<Tue*.. Fr!.. only).. 4-1 UP
i B.ooa Th? Censter— Saa Jo«o. 3»llna«, , .
' Baa Ardo, - Paso nobles, Santa
\ Margarita. 'San Lnts Oblrpo,
Guaclsltipe, Gtrtota. Santa liar-
bara, Sm Boca&Tcntarm,Ozaard, \u25a0
Burbaalc U>» Ans-olcs . .......... 1Q.3C3
B.ooAGllri>7,illoUl*«r. rajuo, Caatro-
«\u25a0 ville. Del Monte. P.iclUo Grove,
v Sort Lvmpoc ...........:.- 11X3QP
9-COASan Jose, Trea Pino*. WataonTQle. -
Capitols. Santa Cms. Partite *
Grove. Baltna*. Son Lul» Obi»pO
-\u25a0' and iTlacipal Way Stations ...... 4.10P
10.33A?«a Johc aiul TTay Staiioiii . 1.200
11 30AS»a Juteand Wny StaU«ns..,.i,^» .. 7 tf>*
2.15P8aa Jotaaad Way Sl*t!onii -<.\u25a0>\u25a0 8-iJoA
3 OOpDH ilortle Exrre**— Santa Clara, '--f^-f
- \u25a0' S«n Jii^e, W*t»«nrlUe.-.S*nta -•. ••.?
. . '.- ' Ctu«. - I>el >lonte. Monterey "->'••
- FaeifleOmTe.-T.-.. \u0084..r... 12.t51»
• t34lBPLo» Gskm, "Wrfltht. Boulder Crer*. 1 r»»
• SontiiCmr. Tla Bsnt» Clara and • ;( <s
' ' Narrow Giajtu....... 10-45 A
3-30PSouth San Francisco. Saa Jose,
\ ':,-'-'* GUroy. Ho!U»ter,TrssPlao«..... ..l&43a
4-30P?aaJo*ts aad Way Stations t7 soa
tsooPSnnti» Clara. San Joae. Los Gate*. tS Ci3a
\u25a0<B-30PSanJcseitndrrincipaiWay8bulc&s iSJtGh
s.4oP6unset Expre^*— Uedwood, Saa _ . ..:
Jose, Gllror, Salinas. Psso . .
" Hobles, San Luta Oblapo. Santa \u25a0'- '
. Barbara, l.o» 'Anaelc*. Demlag, — .;'•
El Paso. Kew Orleans .. ...... 3.10 a
5.45PE1 Paso. Kansas City, St. Loots, ;• -.- i
Cb1c0g0..... 9.10*
' s.4sPPaJan>, WatsonTllle. Ceplrola.
\u25a0..-.„, Ssata •\u25a0 Cpu,-' CaairoTine, - Del- - .-*-.— ,
-. M0nte, Pac1CeGr0re... .......... 10^0p
- tfetSpSan Mitteo, Berpsford — Bclmcnt, " \u25a0 ..
- •• -• » - 6aa €arlw,-RedTroo<!. fair Oai*. .
Menlo Park. Palo Alto r... tS^A
6.3opS«n Jose aad Way Stations.. , M ... ' 3-36 a
800pP«1o Alto and Way Sections ....... 10.1SA
1 1 .30P3outh San Francisco. Mtllbroc. Bar- 1
. Uagamc, Saa Mateo, Bolmont, - \u25a0.
B*a Carlos, Redwood, PatrOaJEa,
- c Meslo Park aad Pslo Alto „..;... : . <Msp
11.30p3atartlay» only for Mayfiiild. Moan- . -
-- \u25a0 . tola View. oaanTTalc. Lawren«e, \u25a0 -»
-. Sinta Clar* antl San Jo»° t9 -45p
OAKLAN O , HARBOR v FERRY
• \u25a0\u25a0---. -.- r - »Koot of Maruei SU
{7.15 a.m. 8.00 a.m. 11.00 a.m. .-pU*Vw!
.\u25a0>.<\u25a0\u25a0 ._ t.OQ p.m. 3.00 p.m. S. IS P.M..
» : \u25a0•' Af or Morning. , P for Afternoon.
/.\u25a0tBandayeac«pted. • tSanday only. - *
6M»ndayonlT. .. . V
I lO^Uy, and *tnr>s *t at! utaAion* on Snnrtar.
We#Gt¥oo,'iifirYfiiip
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