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1 fcoftsheil*. SMe for No. 2 do; pecans, 14%<§j
l; ,': I'canut*. »U@sc; pine nuts. l»i«5j:0c per lb.
v.M <^T7~ nn * ter wllUc comb - 16ei7cl; white do.
i-«J2i.4(-: anibor do. 10<3iic; extrtcted. B>4g
Bc£tor wh.t;. 7©>c for light amber 'and s^§
«j'£c jmt 3h for amber. 4
2t> c J< foTd^rk :;: ' iS:iOC Pef !b *° r USbt a - D(1
Poultry mid Gnme
Receipts ««f jxinltry from stste shipping points
~t J!• f^ J' < '* tensl>y - but th *r* was not much
\u25a0'* k weded. as ihe market was well supplied
«H i a 1a 1 w ? s Utt ci 11lf> four cars °f western
Tn« f \u2666° n , Mon<l *- v - lhe C^eral feeling was
*>ne of rteetfmess. -
s.c<?- n F ( ?* r *»«>>— Hemt.'ss®s.so' for -small.
I« ¥?>: r^' ; do «tra. $7.50@.5.5«; old roost
er«. $.@J.SO: fryers, $4Q5.5H; broSlers, $3.softi
fn I * r f, e - $3fri3.50 for medium and $2.5()«2.75
lon ,*, * ,i\ d>lcks - W&^: ' P'-^eon*. $1.75fti2;
*«nab*. $2.50Ca3; Reese. $2rd2.00 per pair.
(per dozen)— Nominal.
Bean* and Seedt*
AJ interests are waiting for the appearance of
1 k"k, w cron " f bc*ns. and the market will
probsb!y remain quiet uutU then
wh(t« ° «\u25a0» y^T^ ctl)— Bayos. $5.50^5.60; small
SS^KI^^MS' lar P c w nlte, $3775(^4; pink.
SSS^SfSS: * 6 @ c -10: l-lackeye. $5?50@3-^;
I™ **-«<§4.50; red kidneys, nominal; cr«a
\ToZi £ 6SUIS ' **- 40 Q* »: garVanraß, $2.50^^25;
horse beens. new, $i.Mfii3 15
heeds— Brown mustard^ 4^c; yellow mustard,
Z77* V^"?' s^ s^ c : <-an«ry. \u25a0AK<&2%e: _al-
T ' 4^lsc; rape, lra2VAc; timotli/. 7'> c;
he i?P- SetS^c; millet, 2*ic per lb.
"ried Peas— Green. $2.50&2.55 per ctl.
Flour and ForlnacebiM Oood*
riour— California familr extras. $5.80@«.20
5^L '"tout discount: hakfir* extras. $5.80®
«•\u25a0-('; euperfine, $4.G0e»4.ft0; Oregon and Wnehing
ti*. per bbl, $5^5.^5 for family, bakers' and
patents and $4.23fa4.50 for -cutoff; Kansas pat-
J6.70; do etrajphts. fT>..">o; Dakota patents.
*>*0; do straight*. $T. 2«; 3a rlcnr. $<5.00 per bbl.
rarlnac<-oui> Goods — Bacfctrbcat Com-. $*: buck-
Jj^'tfiour. f*lf-iT.»si:ip. >4.50: burkwlieat gront*.
?»: corn meal, yc-ilow 5". white $3. txtra cream
ypllow $.'5.23. fxtra <roa:u white $.1.25; corn
fiour, -J3; cracked n-liont. $2..";u; eutir* wheat
C"ur. $3.20: f«rint. *S.ft); grans m floar, $3;
nominy. large $.i, small $3. srauulatwl $3: oat
>n«-«l. $4.25; do fronts, J4.23; iw>*rl barley, $4.20;
rice aour. $r, : t ol!»v! osts. $4.25: ro'.led wheat.
W. 30; rje flour. $3.3: rye nvsl. $3.10; split
IfZK yellow ?.">, green $6.50: extra cream rolled
•<«tk. Iso it) S j7..%0. t<o lb sacks $7; rolled flukes.
1 W » lb bbls *5.75. 200 lb sacks $5.25; rolled
v-lieat. 15C lbs $4.75. 75 lb sacks $4.25.
Har and FeedMnflT^
Tfce Seavy influx of hay from the country con-
Tlnuos and the market is still depressed.
Knn— f24&2s per ton for white and $22.50 for
red.
Miildiinps— .*S@34 per ton.
Aborts — 526<&27 per ton.
reedstuffs— Rolled barley. 522Q23; rolled oats
fcr feed, ?30*i32; mixed feed. $25^26 for aver
*g* lots: linwod ojloake meal. :*) tons $40, 10
ion* $40.50. 5 tons $41. smaller lots $41,50: co
•'oanut oske or meal at mills. $23 In 20 and 10
»nd $23.50 in 5 ton lots: jobbing, $26: corn meal.
535037; cracked corn, $30@37; alfalfa meal, car
load lots $15. Jobbing $16: red star alfalfa meal,
5*15 in car lots end $16 jobbing: Modesto alfalfa
meal. $14.50 in car lots and $16 jobbing; Stock
*ton nvalfnlfa. $13 in car lots and ?1C jobbing;
t'aprtico oilcake meal. $16.50 per ton.
Hay — Wheat. $7fc 12.50: wh»>at and oaf. $8@
It; tutne oat. $7(nr 11.50; volunteer wild oat.
5«>.f.0f49; alfalfa. $7@13; stock hay, $0@6.30
istraw — SS(&COc per bale.
Hide*. Tallow, Wool and Hops
Hops are reported firmer all around, though
prices uhow no change. Picking Is about finished
in the Sacramento valley and the crop Is disap
pointing. Tbe farmers are not paying aay at
i?ri.;on to the mcrket at present, being occupied
with their harvesting operations. . .
Wool continues vrrj dull. Some falls lmve
Ki-Id in tbe state, but the eastern manufacturers
are n<-«t buying.
Kide* — Culls »:id brands w*H nbout
•mdor hravy salted Ptf^rs. lo^c;
lipritt mt'diuui. 9%je; light, Slse; cowhides. Bi*c;
tflass, 7<<j7 ] . ; r; f^HM kip. 10c; salted real, I.V;
\u25baalied <alf. Iscj <ir.v htdes. ISc; dry salt hides.
32r; dry k;p. 17o: dry calf, 22c; sheepskins.
5-hearlings, 2r.fi/4tw each: short wool. 4Ufti6Oc;
medium. COt£J*«e: long wool. 90cfti$1.25; lambs,
1T.tg.500: borscbid«>s. salt. $2.23<gt3"for larpe and
J1.5uf.7 2 for medium, ".VJjJI for small and 25@
.":(*«• lit co'.ts: hoisehides, dry. $1..V>@2.23 tor
Jsrge and $1.25(^2 for medium. 50cQ$l for small
ami 25g 1 5< ( c for colts; goatskins, prime angora*.
7.V-fijsi; large hair goats, 30<iJ40c; medium, 20®
2V: etuall. ft@l.%c.
Tallow— No. 1 rendered, s H@6c; No. 2. «@sc;
jjrfase. 2<§t2Vjc.
WojI — Sprinjr clip. Sin .Toaquin, year'p staple,
V(allc: «lo S months. 76z11e; northern. Sonoma
nnd Mendoclno. 3S(Si2oc;' Uumboldt, 20c asked;
N#Tkda; 15(fji7<" per lb.
Hops. — i'alifornia. 10frl5c for crop of 1PO!>;
«ir<>po3; l«)'V7lsc i«er lli; crop of 1910, lOfelOc
per lb.
General Merchandise
Bap* — Grain bags. s%<£s>£c; San Quentin
»>a»r>-. r.'ic: wool bags. 27»».c for 3*4 lb and 29>>c
tat 4 UK fleece twine. 7M,c per. lb.
Coal — Pennsylvania anthracite egg. $16 per
toa; Welllnston. Ju; New Wellington, $9; Coos
lay. $7: Australian house — Richmond, etc., $9;
Pfiaw Main, $&: Stanford Richmond, $3; Cum
l^riand. 515 in bulk and $l«.5O In sacks; Welsh
rnitracite. $13; coke. $1« per ton in bulk and
JiT in tacks.
OO <<juot«tlr>t»* Are for barrels) — Liaseed, $1.02
QUGS per gallon for botl<>d and $I^l.ol for raw;
fan-fs. 5c more; factor oil in cases. No. 1, 71c;
Baker's AA. *Ll7<;il.lS: China nut. cases, Ro@
Jfte per gallon: cocoanut cftl, in. barrels, 75C<$
7P"»c for XXX. 72 1 i'570 for No. 7 and 70®
73 Cc for No. 2, according to quantity; extra
fclrachefl winter sperm oil. 8Oc: natural winter
Kpcnn oil. 80c; natural whale oil. 05c; pure lard
oil. $1: winter strained lartl oil, 90c: pure neats
ffiot oil. S3c; No. 1 neatsfoot oil, 65c; herring
oil, 50c; salmon oil, 50c; boiled fish oil, 50c;
paint oil. 45c.
Coal Oil. Gasoline, otc. — Water white, Jron
V-arrels or drnins. 9c; 150 degree oil, iron barrels
or drums. 10H<", s|>«*ial do. lie: pearl oil. in
<-»ite«. 16c; astral. 10c; star, 10c; extra star, 19c;
Klain*, '2»>Vic: twfnc, l&r; red crowu and 'motor
pasoline, Jtj bulk. 17c, In fuses 24c: engine distil
late, in drums 7V; I*.1 *. cas»'s 7o more: Stl degree
tra&oline. in bulk rxtc, in cases 37^c: varnish
linkers' and painters' uuphtba, in bulk 13c. In
rases £2V'C. .' \u25a0'.
Turpentine — iktc p<-r gallon in cases and SSc-in
liulk. drums and iron l>arrels.
IlwiD— Per bl.l of 2^ lbs: E. $8.93: F, $3;
O. $9.10; H. 53.1.-.: I. $l».2o.
Rra and White Lead— Red. S^@9c; white.
J.i;gß?,c per U>.
•\u25a0 'iii Led Fruits — Tlie marUet is firm, but not as
ii>'tlv* «s it has he«»n. The California canners'
»«so<-iatif>n quotes I^lo pack as follows: t <??.
?
VARIETY !" J5 g
];; I I
Apples J2.00 1.6011.40H.25
Apricots 12.25 1.60 1.30 1.20
Peeled 2.75 1.85 1.50 1.25
Sliced 2.73 1.85 1.50
Blackberries !1.70'1.50 ....
Cherries— I II
Roy.i Anne ....4.0011.73 1.33
White ! 2.00 1.7311. 53
r.npes 2.00 1.40j1.10]1.00
leacbcs — | I I
Yellow free 2. 50 1.70 1.30 1.20
Lemoa cling 2. 50 1.70 1.30 1.20
Lemon cling sliced 2.30 1.70 1.30 1.20
WhSte Heatb 2.30 1.70 1.30!l. 20
Wblte Heath sliced 12.30 1.701. 30(1.20
Tears. Bartlett J2.6C 2.00 1.80 1.55
.Raspberries I 2.5512.30J2.05
| 2.5512.30!2.Q5
Canned Asperag-ae — The California packers' as
locution quotes prices for the 1910 pack as fol
lows: Green, peeled. No. 2Vi. $3; green. No.
ipyk. $225; green. No. 2%. $2.15; medium white.
No. 2>,. $2.35; green. No. 2%. $2.05; email
vvhHe, Xo. 2^. $2.25; green. No. 2%, $2; wbite
tips, medium, No. 1, $2.43: email, No. 1. $2.30;
preen tips, medium. No. 1, $2; small. No. V
$1.65; coup tips, round can. No. 3. $1.40; soap
tip«. round can. No. 8. $3.25.
Canßed Peas— The California packers' associa
tion quotes the following prices for canned
I*a*. pack of 1910: Petit pois. $L6O; extra fine
rifted, $1.25; extra elf ted. $1.10; sifted, $1;
fctasdard. Ssc
Canned Tomatoes. 1910 pack— Standard, No.
2H. 75c: No. 3, B©c: No. 8, $2.10.
Cordage — Manila, Sc; f!*sl. 7^c; itisal bale
rope. B^4@B%c per 1b; Manila bale rope, Sc per
Ib. ret cash, no discount.
Salt — BaJe», common. $1.50; granulated. $2;
«alry. common. $10.50 for 50s and $13.50 for
rrtnulated; half ground, per ton. $7.50® S for
100s; rock ealt. $7@7.50; Imitation Liverpool.
««12.50 per ton.
Coffee— Co*ta Rio. B@l4c; Salvador, 7»4@12c:
Nicaragua. fl'/fe&^Hc; Gaatemala-Mexlcan, 8Q
lZ%e: Hawaiian, B@lsc; Ecuador. 914 c.
QalckeilTer— *44<§4s per flask lor export and
$4«@47.50 for local nse.
Pacific Codfish — The Union fish eomnanr qnotes
«s follows: Bundles, smtll, whole, 50 lb bales,
4 He: eases, regular, large, wbole, 100 lb boxes,
$5.50; cases, extra, 100 lb boxes, $0; cases, east
ern *tjle, $8.75; Anchor brand. 7e: narrow
CEtjre. 7%c; Silver King, 8c; Golden St*te, 7%c;
Wbite Seal, middles, 10@10^e; Seabrtght blocks,
t«ic; oriental blocks, 7V4c;*Crown brand, Üb
lete. B%c; Pearl tablets. 6%c; 5 lb boxes fancy
boneless. 10c; 2 lb boxes fancy boneless, lie:
fcslf bb!s pickled cod, $5.50 each.
Tbe Alaska codfish company quotes as follows:
Bundles, email wbole, 4?Jc; caeee. regnlar, large,
whole, 6^ic; cases, extra, 6%c; caisea, eastern
style. 7c; Frigate. 7»4c; narrow Paragon. 8c;
Monarch, B%c; Western Pride, Sc; Imperial, 11
£3Ji£c; Ocean Wave. B%c; Siberia. 8c; Btar.
2 lb tablets. B%c; Pacils<: Belle, 1 lb tablets,
»c; Choice Blta. crate*. J2 5 lb boxes. 10c: do
SO 2 lb boxes, lie; pickled cod. half bbls. $5.50 ;
each.
REFINED SUGAR MARKET
Tbe Wenern *usar refining company quotes as
follows, terms net c*sn: Standard fine granu
l&ted, 5.65 c; standard coarse rranulated.". 3.65 c;
fruit granulated, 5.8.V: out loaf. In barrels only.
7.65 c; H. & IZ. crystal dominos. 5 lb cartons In
ce**s, 8.65 c; do in 2 lb carton* In cases, 9.15 c;
m^marcli bar.Cc: tablets. In half barrels, :6.15c;
<Jo in boxes. 6.40 c; cubes end A crushed.. s.9oc;
Tnonarrh powdered. 5.75 c: XXXX powdered,
P.7W; candy translated, f1.75c; confectioners' A,
5.65 c; ronfectionerK* crystals, • 5.75 c; extnr* fine
granulated. 5.45 c; magnolia A. 5.23 c; extra C.;
•*>.15c; golden C. 3AV: I>." 4.0->c. : Barrel* and 30
lb bats l<>r.' half barrels 2V. boxes SOc more per
Jf«> llw than for b«e« of 300 lbs net. Bar in 35
\u25a0 n«J 40 lb tins $1.70 more, in 8 end 10 lb tins
*2.X." more p?r 100 lbs than price for this trade
in 100 lb bags. _v
The California and Hawaii sugar refining rom-
T'Sry quotPS cs follow*: Granulated. basis, ,s.6.%c:
bar. Or; powdered,: s.7.V: A' crnshed.
5-!Xie; berry, 5.63 c;. V. & H. . extra ; one f granu
late, . D.6oc; coarj-c dry granulated, . 5.G5c; con
fectioner*' A. 5.65 c; confectioners' crystal, 5.75 c;
cubes, 5.00 c; bricks, 5.90 c; extra fine. dry granu
lated tIOO lbs < bags only). ' 5.45 c ;; excelelt* A,
5.25 c; extra C, 5.15 c; golden C, 5.05 c; yellow D,
4.93 c; cut ' loaf, in barrels only. , 7.65 c; 11. \u25a0 & E.
crystal dominos, slb cartons,. ln cases, 8.63 c; do
2lb cartons in cases, 9.15 c. Additional per 100
lbs: In barrels and 50 lb bags, 10c more; half
barrels. 25c more; boxes, 60c more for all gradps.
Bar in 35 and 40 lb tins, $1.70 more; In 10»lb
tins,^2.33 more. Minimum order, carload weight.
- JVevr York Produce
NEW YORK, Aug. 30. — llops— Dull.
Hides— Dull.
Petroleum — Steady.
Svgar — Raw, barely steady; Muwovado, S3
test, 3.95 c; centrifugal, 90 test, 4.45 c; molasses
sugar, 89 test. 3.70 c: refined. "steady.
Coffee — Fntures closed I steady, - net I unchanged
to 3 points higher. Sales were reported of 60,
000 bags. Closing bids: August, September and
October. 7.b5c; November, '7.90 c; December,
7.95 c; January, 7.BS«': February, 8c; March,
8.04 c; April. , 8.04 c; May, -8.05c; 'June. 8.07 c
; S.C9c.~ Spot— Steady; Rio. No. 7, 10@10%c;
Santos. No. 4. lOTgc; mild coffee, quiet; Cor
doT«. 10i2Q12%c.
Butter — Irregular, unchanged. •
Cheese — Steady. State, whole milk, choice.
*s^ic; good to prime, 14i^@13c; common to fair,
10» 4 sil4c.
Eggs — Steady, unchanged.
. V DRIED FRUITS *
Evaporated Apples — Firm," quiet on' the spot.
Fancy are quoted at 10^ (it lie; choice. By.fe9c;
prime, B(§BVac; common to fair, C%*J7i/&c
Prunes — Quiet. Quotations range from'S^Jc to
9^4c for Californlag cp to 30-40s and 5c to 9%c
for Oregons.
Apricots— Quiet, firm. Choice, 10Vi©ll^c; ex
tra choice, ll^Qll'ic; fancy, 12&12Vic
Peaches — Firm. Choice, 7c; extra choice, 6%
@7i;c; fancy, Bf(iSVic.
Raisins — In fair demand, \u25a0 firm. Loose musca
tels are quoted- at 3Tsfes*ic; choice to fancy
seeded. 4%v(g«a4c; seedless, i%i%c; London lay
ers, $1.20(^1.23. . ••_•*\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
riiicnßo Dairy Produce Slarket
CHICAGO. Aug. 30.— Butter— Steady. Cream
eries, 24i,4fe29e; dairies. 25«g27c.
Eggs— Receipt*. 14,508 cases. Steady; at mark,
cases included, 14Q17c; firsts, 20c; prime firsts,
22c. • •\u25a0» .-
Chees«»— Steady. Daisies, l6@l6V.ic; twins,
15U^£l5iic; young Americas, 10^@16%c; long
horns, leaicjic.
I.o!«i Angeles Produce Market
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 30.— Receipts of eggs
were heavier today than they have been for
many days. The potato market was fairly
active. • • \u25a0
Receipts of produce were: Egg 4. 209 cases;
butter, 43, 7fcS pounds; cheese, U.IGS pounds;
potatoes, 2,870 sacks; beans, none; onions, 314
sacks; eweet potatoes, 333 sacks. *
Butter — Creamery extra, 32>,£e; first.' 31c;
pound ladle butter. 25c; cooking butter. 25c.
Eggs — Local ranch eandlod first. 37c; case
count. 330; eastern fresh, SOc; storage extras,
27c r etorage seconds, 24c. • •
Cheest? — Northern fresh. 17@17VSc; eastern
twins. lSJic:-*astern Cheddar, W@2oe: eastern
long horn, lf»@2oc; eastern dals-y, 19c; swiss
imported. 29@30c; swiss oomestic, 22@24c;
brick cream, 19c. , .
Beans — No. 1 pink. $6.75<&R; No. 1 limas, $5;
Lady Washington, $4.75@5; small whites No. 1,
$4.73; blackcyes, $C; garvanzas, $3.50; lintets,
$6.50@7. •
Potatoes — New potatoes, local stock, $1.23
otl: highlands. $1.35«51-45 otl; local Burbanks,
$1.50 ctl; sweets, $2®2.50 ctl. •
Eastern Livestock Market
KANSAS CITY .jZ&?Mi
KANSAS CITI*. Aug. :M).— Cattle— Receipts,
19.000. Market steady to weak. Native steers,
$4.75® 5.25; cows and heiferc. $2.fio<H7; stock,
ers and feeders, $3<£6.20; bulls. $3@4; calves,
$4@8.60; wester^ steers, $4.W»(g7.25; western
cows, $2.75(ii5.
Hogs — Rwjeipts. 7.000. Market strong. Bulk
of sales, $9.136iy.4."»: heavy. 59(29.30; packers'
and butchers. $9.2i>/Sft.4s; light, $9.35@9.50.
Sheen — Receipts. 7^ooo. Market strong. Mut
tons, $4®4.60; lomhs. $5.75«j6.85: fed wethers
aud yearlings, $4^5.73; fed western ewes, $3.50
@4.25.
CHICAGO
CHICAGO. Aug. 30.— Cattle— Receipts, esti
mated at (5.000. Market steady. Beeves, $4.00
<"aS.4O; Texas steers, $3.73^6: western steers,
$4.25<§7.23: stockerg and ff^ders. $4.10@6.20;
cows and heifers, $2.60(&6.00; calves. $«.50(g:9.
Hogs— Receipts, estimated at 13,000. Market
strong. Light, $8.05(^9.50; mixed. $8.85@9.40;
heavy. $5.45@9.25; rough, $8.45@8.70; good to
choice heavy, $5.70<&9.25; pigs, $5.75(g9.D0; bulk
of sales. 55.83@9.10.
Sheep — Receipts, estimated at 25.000. Market
6trong to 10c higher; native, $2.7504.65; west
ern. $2.KT.4i4.65; yearlingß. $4.03(^5.75; lambs,
native $5^,7.10, western $5(g7. ,
SOUTH OMAHA
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. 30.— Cattle— Receipts,
I S.OOO. Market active aud strong. Native
steers. $s&S.lo:,cow>« and heifer?, $3@C: west
1 crn steers. $3.75««.75: range cows ami heifers,
$2.73@4.75: canners, $2.25^3.23; stockers and
feeders. $3@;6.30: calves, §3.305jp.50; bulls,
stags, etc., $3.25^5.25. .
Hogs— Receipts, 5,300. Market 10c higher.
Heavy. $8.75«r9.10: mixed. $8.90@9.10; light,
$9.10(^9.35; pigs, $B^9; bulk of sales, $8.63®
Sheep— Receipts, 23.500. Market active and
steady. Yearlings. $4.73(33.85; wethers, $3.So(fe
4.40; ewes, $3.C0&4.13; lambs, $G.25(§6.75.
"-Xeiv York Cotton Market'
SEJV YORK, ing. SO. — Tb«- rr>t+on Ui»rli»-t VTT.S'
vt'ry uer^ous at the reopening this morning and
the first sale of August at 20c. or 25 points above
I the closing figures. of last night, strengthens thfi
feeling that there was still some -short interest
to cover. . • .
Notices of delivery estimated at about 31,000
bales were circulated, however, and scattering
liquidation by trailers on the long side soon
broke August to 19.23 c, or 75 points from the
opening Jigure.
Hutton's wire says: "Tbe market today was
Influenced to higher prices early by bullish crop
estimates of condition by a local firm and the
national glnners* crop estimate of 11,475.000
bales, but later sold off easily In tbe absence of
bull support, hammering by the ring crowd and
bear pressure induced by prediction of rain in
Texas. "•\u25a0'\u25a0>.'
"Public Interest in the market Is still lack-.
Ing and until business Increases from this source
the market will probably continue to be more
or less a scalping affair easily influenced by pro
fessional operations in either direction."
Spot closed quiet. Middling uplands, 19.75 c; ,
do gulf, 20c. Sales. 3,900 bales.
COTTON FUTURES
Option — Open. High. Low. Close.
August 20.00 c 2O.«X)c 19.25 c 19.40 c
September ......14.35c 14. fine 14.33 c 14.30c 1
October 13.60 c 13.70 c 13.57 c 13.55 c
November 13.62 c 13.62 c 13.62 c 13.48 c
December 13.50 c 13.60 c 13.48 c 13.48 c
January 13.49 c 13.57 c 13.4Gc 13.40 c
February 13.48 c
March 13.53e J3.«3c 13.52 c 13.53 c
May 13.60 c 13.C9c 13. 58 c 13.59 c
June 13.56 c
July 13.00 c 13. C6c 13. C0c 13^330
Ho»ton "Wool Mnrket
BOSTON. Aug. 30.— The loral wool market re
mains qui»-t with prices fairly well maintained,
although the tone Is described as barely steady,
rather than firm. Transactions are confined to
odd lots, but fiome 300,000 pounds of Texas 12
months recently changed bands at 60c cleaned.
Local buyers claim that many purchases of
tbe 1910 clip were made on a, higher scoured
basis . than had been understood at the time of
buying. Kentucky. Indiana and Missouri:
Three-eighths blood. 28@29e; quarter' blood,
27<??2Sc; scoured basis, Texas fine, 12 months. 5U
(flGOc; fine six to eight months, r>3<gsoc; fine
fall. 50c.
California, northern. 53(555c; middle county,
SOatSle: southern. 43@47c; fall free. 45«[i46c;
fall defective. 35(g3Cc.
Oregon, eastern No. 1 staple. 62<3C>4e. Eastern
clothing. 55@57c; valley No. 1. 52Q34C. -
Territory, fine staple, 64065 c; fine medium
6taple. 59(5«0c; fine elotblne, 58@G0c: fine'
medium clothing. sC@s7c; half blood combing,
f>B<g62e; three-eighths blood combing, 06(§;58c;
one-quarter blood combing, 52(Q;54c.
Pulled extra, 60c; fine A, COgG^c; A supers,
56Q57c.
St. Louin Wool Market
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 30.— Wool— Steady. Medium
grades, combing and clothing.' 23@24c: light fine,
19(fJ21c; heavy fine, 15@17e; tub washed, 23
6.33 c.
X«w York Metal Market
NEW YORK. Aug. 30.— Standard copper dull:
spot and August. 12.25fifi12.35e; September. 12.23
<g 12.30 c: October. November and December;
12.30(512.32^0. London closed quiet: spot. £5«
2s 6d; futures, £50 18s 9d.' Custom house. returns
show exports so fer this month. of 26.971 tons.
Lake copper, 12.87%6*13c: electrolytic. 12.02^
casting. 12.25<g12.50e.
Tin Irregular; spot - and August. 3T>.6o<?£
33.6714: September. 55.52»4<fi5r'.62«4c: October,
34.55©34.«5<: November, f34.72V4W34.R5c; De
cember, 34.556334.65 c. , London strong; spot,
£163; futures, £159. -
Lead quiet; 4. 40f54.r.0e New York. 4.25614.30 c
Cast St. Louis; npnt. £12 lls 3d. -
1 Spelter firm: 5.37«4<5?5.50c New York. 5.22\4<g
5.27V4C EBSt St. Louis; l/>ndon spot, £22^ 15i«. -i
Iron— Cleveland .warrants. 49s l%d ;ln London.
Locally iron was 'quiet. 5 No. ! 1 \u25a0 foundry north
ern. $16.25(f? 1«.5O: - No.iv 2, $15.50(ff,16: No. 1
southern and" No.: 1 southern soft," $13.75(§. 16.23.
Aaval Store*— -Turpentine ' and . Ronin '
SAVANNAH.. Aug. ' 30.— Ternentlne— .Firm.
70«45j71c: sales. 729; receipts, 929; shipments,
336; stocks. 12,340. -ViSXrwSfigPSeaagj
Rosin — Firm: sales,. 1,727; receipts, 2.911;
shipments, 1.234. Stocks. 64.903. Quote: B,
$5.70; D, $5.82%: E. $3.92^; F. $6.03; .G,
$«.07i£:~ H. $6.12^?' I.^-'SCIS: K. $rt.!sr M,
$3.20;" N, $«-25; WG. $»i..V.; WW, $6.45.
NO'EIGHT HOUR LAW v v<i-
FOR NEW NAVY BOATS
WASHINGTON.- Aug. 30.— Submarines
and' torpedo 1 destroyers ;' authorized 'by
the last session of .congrress are not to
be constructed . under ; the^ provisions , of
the eight hour.law. -The department of
justice today informed the navy, de
partment that ", the law : did not require
their -construction in conformity with
that law.
THTTNDER STORM IN* SOUTH^-Son Diego. Ang.
"SO. — Accompanied ' by short. ' heavy : showere," a
. thunder i storm of/ more >. than ; usual* lntensity
passed over ; San - Diego ? and vicinity ' about •: 4
o'clock : this morning. - The .storm -lasted \u25a0 about
nn hour. and electric light 'wires r in: one 'or
-• two .localities In . this 'city -. were ". struck - hy
...lightning., and the lights ; out \u25a0' out . of ; conimis-*
'sion. " . - ;
THE SAX CALL;IiW£i)RESDAYv AUGtJST 31 , ~ 1910.
SIBERIA TO SPOIL
SUNDAY AS HOLIDAY
Belated Pacific Mail Liner Is
Bringing Many Passengers
and a Big Cargo
OR the '. first tima
in .some montbs
the port officials
are going to have
. their Sunday; quiet
disturbed by the
bustle attending
the -arrival of **;?a'
big Pacific", liner.
The Siberia, which
'should * have been
I hare Friday, Is be
hind time owing
to delays in quar
antine on the
Asiatic coast and
will' not be able
to make port until
Sunday,'. " morning,
probably very ear-
ly. The Siberia is
bringing" a large cargo and 111 cabin
passengers of whom 35 are from China'
and Japan and the balance from Hono
lulu. In the steerage are many Asia
tics, including a- large number, of
Hindus.
The Siberia's cargo of 6,600 tons in
cludes 2,700 tons of overland freight
and 300 tons for the lower coast. The
overland freight includes 82 tons of
raw, silk. ; -
Under the schedule that will be in
operation when the Japanese line goes
over to the Western- Pacific and the era
of real competition begins, the Siberia
would be able to -reach here Saturday
without difficulty. As ; things are the
quarantine, j customs - and immigration
officials have sai J goodby . to their
Sunday rest and are prepared to rise
very early on the first day of the new
week. \u25a0
Serapis to Sail Tuesday
The Kosmos liner Serapis, which will
leave here, Tuesday, will' be the first
steamer of the new fast: service to
London. Hereafter every other Kos
mos liner will make tha :run to the
old world on the* fast schedule. The
Serapis will call on this coast at Salina
Cruz, Guatemala, Mollendo and nitrate
ports. These, calls afe necessary for
the delivery of freight contracted for
before the new schedule was arranged.
The Serapis will have 3,500 tons of
cargo for Europe, which , includes
canned and dried fruits and a big ship
ment of barley. .:\u25a0: *
WHbrluiina Will Sail Today
The Matson navigation company's
liner Wilhelmina, Captain Peter John
son, will sail at noon today from pier
38 for Honolulu and Hilo with a large
cargo and a full; complement of pas
sengers. There will be three passen
gers in every first class state room.
The captain and chief engineer have
also given up their rooms to passen
gers for whom there was— no accom
modation elsewhere. The Wilhelmina's
cargo will include about 20 tons of
frozen meat for the island army posts.
Hilonlau I» Due Friday
According to wireless message re
ceived yesterday from the Hilonian the
Matson liner, now on its "way from
Honolulu, will be here Friday morning.
At S o'clock p. m. Monday the Hilonian
was SO6 miles from the lightship, a"
strong northeast wind was blowing
and the sea was rough. . :
\u25a0\Vater Front Xotes
The tanker W. S. Porter left Nome
yesterday for St. Michael. .;
The revenue cutter Bear arrived yes
terday at Non?e.
The Pacific Mail liner Peru is due
tomorrow from Panama and way ports.
C, D. Dunann, general passenger
agent of the Pacific coast steamship
company is in southern California in-
SDectir.E the .comDany.'s-aeenir!««..>~^-
General -i_>avls, - lr.~sr~Az~ retired, -who
is temporarily relieving- Colonel Bid
die in supervision of the harbor, made
a trip around the water front Monday
with Harbor Commissioners Stafford
and Dennison. He inspected tha new
wharves in course of construction and
expressed hlmseif as well pleased with
the permanent nature of the work.
By United Wireless
Tuesday, August 30.
STEAMEE J. A. CHANBLOR— From Astoria for
San Francisco; Aug. 20, . 8 p. m., 35 miles
south of St. George reef. \u25a0 ;- . .
STEAMER HILONIAN— From Honolulu for San
Francisco; Aug. 29, 8 p. m., 80(1 miles from
lightship; strong northeaft wind; rough sea;
due Friday morning. .
STEAMER MIXNESOTA— From China for Seat-
tle; Aug. 29, 8 p. m., 990. miles from Seattle.
STEAMER COL. E. L. DRAKE— Hence Aug. 30
for Seattle; Aug. 30. 8 p. ni., 15- miles Mtith
of Point Arena; foggy;. south wind; barometer
30.00; temperature SS; barge '»l In tow.-
STEAMER STATE OF CAXIFORNIA— Hence
Aug. 30. for Eureka; Aug. :tO, 9 p. • m.. off
l'oiut Keyos; foggy; sea smooth; barometer
t2».9CM
STEAMER CITY OF PUEBLA— Hence Aug. 30
for Victoria; Aug. SO, 8 p. m.. 26 miles south
of Point Arena; sea smooth; moderate north
west swell; barometer 30.08; temperature 57;
* all well.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST*
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The Call}
EUREKA, Aug. 29.— The only vessel , to cross
the bar today was the steam schooner J. J. Tog
gle, which arrived from San Francisco with
freight and mail at 7 o'clock this morning. The
Loggle proceeded to the Bucksport wharf, where
a lumber cargo is being taken on. board for the
return trip south.
The Bteamer San Pedro, now loading redwood
lumber at the Fields Landing wharf, will depart
tomorrow for San Francisco with a cargo of lum;.
ber and a consignment of United States malt. *.
The Pacific Coast steftmshlp company's steamer
State of California is due -to arrive here tomor
row morning with freight, mall and passengers.
It will depart on the return trip, south Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock. • : .:
Supervising Inspector of Hulls and Boilers John
Bermlngham will arrive ' here tomorrow on the
steamer State of California for an. official visit.
The North Pacific steamship company's steamer
Eureka,; which was expected here today from tho
north, to depart J on <; the return trip this after
noon, : will ' not arrive until tomorrow night or
Thursday morning. The sailing time of the Eu
reka-has: been' changed to Thursday
afternoon. . '• - .' .. ~~
r It is expected that the new - Coggesball launch
Mlacomet wlll.be ready for the trial trip Satur
day. ' The launch Is now.atthe Eureka foundry
wharf and in the hands of « crew. of mechanics,
who Is placing the 100 horsepower engine in a
condition for .operation. .". -'
LOS- ANGELES, Aug. 30.— Arrived: , Steamers
President, from Seattle; Thomas" L.- Wand, from
Aberdeen ;' Coos B»y, from San" Franrisco.
-Sailed: ' Steamers . Grays Harbor, ; for Willapa
Tiarbor;' Centralia. : for -Grays Harbor:. Coos .Bay,
for Saa Francisco; Aurella, for Redondo Beach. . :
/ PORTLAND, i Aug. 30.— TheT BrftUh ishf p Glen
alvnn"> was-- chartered ;today ;> tosjcarry j wheat
fromthis port to. the United. Kingdom.! The,ves
selvwlll. carry about 120,000' 'bushels.*..- Captain
King Is; master. i "r- .: . : \u25a0
:: The ."* British .Ktenmer. Inverkip,: which has the
option of loading wheat -here or. barley at San*
Francisco for the, United Kingdom, will probably,
come to this port 1 to load grain under. charter -to
Balfour. - GuthrlP & Co. -It 'is; now at Prince;
Rupert.ifrom China.'; and is expected to \ arrive'
here for loading about September, 10.
- After discharging, some of its* cargo of oil at-
Aetorla on- its; 'way.; up, -the Associated oil com
pany's ; Bteamer \u25a0 Asuncion. Captain .- Bridgett,' ar
rived nt 'Portsmouth ; this ; morning; from' San :
Ftancisco. .i-^^gß^SaS -" . , : \u25a0,";* - \u25a0\u25a0>\u25a0;.
"Carrying : about 1 3.900,000 feet of t lumber/ the
British steamer • Belle ; of Scotland,^ Captain I Nut
tan, has ' sailed from ' Lynnton, bound \u25a0 for Shang
hai. ... r->i -V••\u25a0. v v ;• .\u25a0: >\u25a0;.-\u25a0? ; .-. \u25a0 v A
:* With i passengers and freight," I . the ; steamer Sue 1
H. Elmore," Captain Sehrader, , sailed tonight for
Tillamonk. '^HS&^S&^SSifi'^f^f^^bfil^^^i
"X Carrying 75 tons of genpral freight. SO tons of
sulphur nn'l meal.- 172 tons; of asphalt and 429
tons of cemed*, the steam schooner. J."*B." Stetson,"^
Captain Sears, arrived ' this * morning from ; San
Francisco/ .'/-:. ;'':'.:,', " -. \u25a0 '..>' % \u25a0 .\, \u25a0,'\u25a0'.- \u25a0„\u25a0/' •\u25a0- '\u25a0'"
'\u25a0'-: In' command; of ' John \u25a0\u25a0 B". , Ash, 1 ;- first \u25a0 mate, v the
steam 1 schooner Qulnault r arrived :.thls : : morning,
from San Francisco and is discharging at Colum
bia 'd<x;k sNo.il. \u25a0. Captain ; P.- M. j.Koffold : is III,'.
and 'the 'mate ihad to -bring" the -iTessel' up -this
trip: " \u25a0 ; \u25a0\u25a0• ,-\u25a0 : \u25a0'\u25a0, . - '.«'>*\u25a0::, -v-^-V •.-\u25a0"\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0'. \u25a0.•\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0':.
\u0084 , The steamship ;, Claverdon, j Captain "', Wilson,*
which is on J its - w*^ from ; Newcastlf-on-Tyne with \u25a0
a * general ;\u25a0 freight <\u25a0 cargo f consigned v: to-- Balfour,*
Guthrie . & ', Co.; will ; load \a: cargo of < lumfter : here ',
for. South Africa.*? the charterer: being J."'j;»Moore'
& \u25a0'\u25a0 Co.t-v.Tbe \u25a0 ClaverdonHs. 141 = days: out of the'
English s port, havingf sailed f April ilS.%* It Is ' due.'
?i' PORTLAND;; 'Aug'A ; 3o?—^Arrived :" "; Steamer ,T: :
B.* Stepson; , from • San ' Francisco; * steamer , Break-"
watcr.3from'Cioßibar;«v^;,,;; - v:'i'/: \u25a0\u25a0 [ - ;
*-.: \u25a0 Sailed : Steamers Asuncion " and - Rose
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS WALL PARTS OF WORLD
v ,... , . . \u0084 .... v B \u0084 .. .. *._-,. -. . -.•
crans, for San • Franct' 1 ; ; Hoquiam; ' f or Grays
Harbor; Sue 11. Elmo and Golden Gate, for
Tillamook. • -I i ' * :
ASTOKIA, Aug. SO.fritiih steamor- Belle_of
, Scotland: sailed today }th a cargo of .3,900, wu
.feet of lumber for Saehai| . : '','\u25a0\u25a0
'Tank steamer Catanlsailfd this morning for
San Francisco after its cargo of
fueloil. : • •- : I 1- • ' ' \u25a0„• ,
Steamer Eureka sail^thlsimorning for Eureka
with x frelgut and pass«ers.| j .
; Steam schooner J. Bjets<m arrived this morn
ing fronv San Francisi wlfli cargo. #
\u25a0Steamer Breakwater jrivel this morning from
Coos bay. with full freit aad passenger list..
Steam schooner Oshkh siiled ti>day for coast
points with freight. T / '> "\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0•-.• „ „
Tank steamer Mavelk*lled today for San
Francisco after,' dlsch^lng its cargo of crude
'steam schooner Nortiind sailed Monday even
ing for San FranclscoHtb! a cargo -of lumber.
SEATTLE, Aug. 30. Urrjved: Steamers City
of Seattle, from Skag^sr; t. S. Loop, from ban
Francisco. - • J ! ' », #„„
Sailed: Japanese gam r Inaba Maru. for
Yokohama; steamers 2een! for San Francisco,
Humboldt, for Skagwr; British steamer St.
Nicholas and steamer [gyl, for San Francisco.
« TACOMA, Aug. 80.4rrl}ed— Steamer Tallac,
San Francisco; steamerjVa^on, Seattle; German
steamer X rid nines, llanturs ; - _ '
.Sailed— Chilean bart Riial Sovereign, west
coast, via Port Towns id ; steamer Argyll, San
Francisco; # steamer Counbin, Honolulu. .
i ABERDEEN, Aug. 3<i-dptain S. C.
approaching his nlnet th (year, has sold his
property here with the nttitlon of removing to
California. Captain 5 tct 11 retired from the
sea nearly a quarter ol a entury ago an*. B **:
tled here. Shortly befrte Is retirement he built
at South ;;B<?nd the s ioc er Sailor Boy. and
made several voyages > ! e j Hawaiian Islands,
the Fljr islands and tl* i uth Sea isUnds, his
wife accompanying him! W en he retired he sold
the Sailor Boy to Cajtai Johnson, who com
mitted suicide on the foy. ;e with the schooner
to Alaska.. .. - [ _-/ -.\u25a0\u25a0' , \u25a0
- The Sailor Boy, afte| itslong career,, was laid
up here for four years Infl ecently was boM and
repaired, and is now it ? n Diego unloading a
cargo. . . 14 / • \u25a0\u25a0 *
Schooners Admira:;) jnd >home are ready for
sea and will sail tdn<rrofl the Sehome for San
i Pedro and the Admai fo Callao.
Army Traiiporta
. The Buford is in pjrt.
The Crook :1s at Manila. „
The Dix sailed Julr 31 rom Seattle for Ma
nila. . 7 |
The Logan is in p»rt.
Th« Sheridan sailed Au?i t 5 for Manila.
' The Sherman sailei Aug 3t 21 from Nagasaki.
The Thomas is In port. .
The Warreu is at Manll
MOVEMENTS Of STEAMERS
. TO ARI?YE
From \u25a0•''\u25a0' | ( Steamer j Date
Seattle ;.... Sfapis ...... .|Aug. 31
San Pedro. . . ; . . . . . ifhoe |Aug. 31
Portland & Astoria liinier Sept. 1
Portland & Astoria Xwrthland . Sept. 1
Wlllapa Harbor tiirloß Sept. 1
Point Arena & Albion. Ipmo ......... isept. 1
New York- via' Ancon.. tfru . ... .. Sept. 1
Grays Harbor..; iironado ...... Sept. 1
Humboldt ...:.. itate of Cal. .. Sept. 2
San Peflro '. lanalel ....... Sept. 2
San Pedro & Way Portsjfoos Bay Sept. -
Portland & Asvjrla.. . .geaver Sept. 2
Puget Sound Potts.. ...Queen ......... Sept. 2
Saa Diego & Wi; Ports/President Sept. 2
San Pedro .\ . . . ; . J Rose City Sept. B 2
Hilo X..., Hilonian Sept. 2
San Pedro A. . .; Centralla Sept.~ 3
Tahiti ...X... Marlposa .Sept. 3
Portland & AstotV'. G. W. Elder. ..Sept. J
Hllo .\ A . . Nevadan Sept. 4
China U Japan V.Siberia ..Sept. 4
San Pedro .. .. ..\. Ad. Sampson.. . Sept. 4
Mendoclno & Pt. Areiu Sea Foam .... Sept. 4
Humboldt .............V Santa Clara ... Sept. 4
Sal. Cruz via \u25a0S. Dlejo. Pleiades Sept. 4
Puget Sound Ports.. l.. Governor Sept. 4
Seattle & Tacoma..].. Watson Sept. 4
Coos Bay /.......... I . M. F. Plant . . . Sept. 5
San Diego & Way Poits'Santa Rosa . . . Sept. 5
Honolulu 1. Sierra Sept. , 6
Willapa Harbor .....]. iDalsy ..Sept. 6
T<s SAIL \u25a0\u25a0-' •- '- \u25a0 ;
Destination ~| | Steamer | Sails jPler,
August 3i— • ) '\u25a0'.;•\u25a0: I \-- n _
4?iars , Harbor._-., .^-A Westerner , -1 -4 nm ?.T^
Cofiutlfe. tu-rer JfSJv! Fluem o pm 27
Coos Bay... '.../... M. F. Plant. 3pm 8
Grays Harb0r....../... Fair. Oaks... 8 pm 21
Astoria & Portland....". Tahoe- 5 pm 27
Honolulu & Hllo-.ii. .'. Wilhelmina .12- m 38
Mendoclno &VL Arena Sea Foam... 4pm 4
September 1 — i' • . \u25a0 " \u25a0
HumboWt ....... :...\.. Ravalli ..... 12 5 m 27
Grays Harb0r... ....... S. Monica... 4 pm 51
Coos Bay .'. Redondo ....
Humboldt Santa Clara. 10 am 13
Los Angeles Ports..... Carlos ..... 4 pnj 19
Los Angeles Ports Coronado ... 1 pm 21
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa. 11 am 0
September 2— •• r .
Astorla & Portland.... Claremont .. 5 pm 27
Grays Harbor IV Lindauer
September 3 — : .' .
Grays Harbor Norwood ... ....»>....
Humboldt State of Cal. 3 pm 11
Grays Harbor. ........ Newburg 3 pin 21
Humboldt . . ...... North* Fork.. 9 am 38
Humboldt Centralla ... 3 pm 21
Hamburg & Way Ports Serapls. .... 12 m 19
Astoria & Portland.... Rose City. .. 12 m 40
New York via Ancon.. Newport- ... 12 in 42
Puget Sound Ports. .... President .'. 2pm 9.
Los Angeles Ports... .. G. W. Elder 7pm 13
Los Angeles Ports..... Hanalei .... 3 pm 10
: September ' 4 — >'
Point Arena & Albion. Fomo ...... 6pm 4
Los Angeles Ports Beaver 0 am 40
- September 5—5 — '
San Diego & Way Ports Governor ... 4pm 9
San Pedro & Way. Ports Coos Bay .. 4 pia 11
\u25a0September 6—6 — , \u25a0
Astoria & Portland.... Northland .. 5 pm 19
Seattle & Taeoma..... Ad. Sampson 1 pm 10
Los Angeles Ports. ;'.;, Wstson .... 10 am 10:
Japan & China.. ...... Nippon Maru 12 in 84 1
Puget Sound Ports.;... Queen ..... 2 pmf 9
j. . TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
\u25a0 Destination | Steamer | Date
Skagway & Way Ports. City of Seattle Aug. 31
Valdez & Seward;^... . Northwestern .. Sept. 1
Chena & Fairbanks...': Mackinaw Sept. 1
Kodlak & Way Ports.. Portland .; Sept. 5
Nome &\u25a0 St. Michael... Senator ..;;'.. Sept. 9
Time Ball
United States branch hydrographlc office, Mer
. chants' Exchange, San Francisco, \u25a0 August
30, 1910.
.The time ball "on the roof of the Fairmont
hotel was . dropped today exactly at noon. Pa
cific standard time' (l2oth meridian), or at Sh.
00m. 00s. Greenwich mean time. \u25a0
- .T. C- BURNETT,
. .Lieutenant. U. 5.N... in charge.
: Sun, Moon /and : Tide ...
United States coast I and geodetic t survey— Time
and heights iof tides at Fort Point. For city
front . (Mission, street ;whartt .add 25 minutes.
\u25a0 ; ; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31
Sunrises -.'..'..'.Tr..'. ."."..'."..'. t .'.'..'..\u25a0. '..'.'..'.'. 5:38
Sun sets - <5:43
Moon rises .1:55 a. ni.
New m00n....: • 8, at '9:57 a. m.
First quarter moon. .September 11. at 12:01 a. ns.
-; : ITimel Tlmel' • ; iTimel \u25a0: Time I
Ang( l'Ft - — I Ft l.Ft IFt
\u25a0:r iL w| \u25a0 ;{H wf- jr/ w|- \u25a0> hw( '
31.. | 2:51|— 0.5|10:13|i 4.4| 2:43 1 3.2| 8:35| 6.S
Sep - - '-•\u25a0'•' '"*-'-l. '\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 -\u25a0' ..,'"- . : \u25a0\u25a0 •\u25a0
1.. 3:40—0.0 10:54 4.71 3:40 3.1 9:31 5.8
2.. 4:25 —0.6 11:31 4.8 4:30 \u25a0« 2.7 10:24 5.7
3.. 5:05— 0.3 12:02 3.0 5:15 2.3 11:14 5.5
4.. 5:42 0.0 12:34 \u25a0.? 5.2 6:00 2.0 .;:......;
H W ••" 1/ W - H W V L W
-5.. 0:02 A 5.3 8:18 0.5 1:00 -5.3 6:44 \ 1.8
6.. 0:50 4.9 7:00 ; .1.0 1:30 '5.2 7:28 1.6
]\u25a0 U. S. Branch Hydrogrnphlc Office
• • A branch .of -' the •' United - States i by drographlc
office, located^ In j tie - Slerchants' :; Exchange, ," Is |
maintained in San " Francisco : for the ; benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality and free
of expense. \u25a0" Navigators' are cordially -invited to
visit the office, 'where complete, sets of charts
ami sailing directions 'of the world 'are; kept at
hand for • comparison ,-, and 4 reference '.* and :-, the
latest-: Information caa- ? always be -obtained
garding lights,' dangers' to navigation 'and. mat
ters of interest to- ocean \u25a0commerce; "\u25a0 - • .-,,
\u25a0.-<-. ': •. - :-• -- T .\u25a0\u25a0>-.'J.- : C.>BURNETT,V :v i',
•- \u25a0 Lieutenant. 'U. S.'N.,-:ln charge.- ;
£?:• '-\u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0•"'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 L- ."\u25a0 - ' \u25a0':\u25a0\u25a0' '\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0:'- y
,:.-v , XEWS OF THE -.OCEAN
I -f : \u25a0 - * ...... - \u25a0 ~* - - ' " ' r-~r -~ .tj.-. .v,, .--^ . '*v "V \u25a0 \u25a0 1
\u25a0 - - -\u25a0" \u25a0: \u25a0 ;/ .— ' .-' '\u25a0 . :-' ,-\u25a0-\u25a0, '\u25a0 \u25a0 •
!Chanße of : Masters '.\u25a0 ' .
.'\u25a0": Steamer James - S.; Higginft-^l^ate ; master,' John
A." Ellason; "present' master,'^ W-. F.: Higgins. ;
' - 1 ; Steamer;. Independent—Late '- master, - ; August
Fisher; present master, Cantrel. .
Chartered ; for . Lumber 'V
'.\u25a0\u25a0 The • schooner Golden T Shore, at Grays • Harbor,*
is'iunder charters for lumber! thence 'to Callao at
40s, and the i ßritish bark ' Antiope is engaged for
the same business from Eureka to Sydney. ;' .'
";\u25a0' ': i iExpbrtii'lby^tiieiNebraiikan «
.I^The .'steamer : Nebraskanl sailed ) for Salina Crus
©n \u25a0 Sunday ; with vcargoi laden ; here ; and at : other
coast ' port*,' consigned ' to New \ York ; and: to* Euro-?i
pean i cities - via' the > Tehuantepee " railway. ~ The
cargo laden; here was valued at $378,978, the dis
tribution :i being? as t follows : For ; . New 's York,''
$272,280:1" Germany,': $70,527; France, $18,544;
Denmark, : $G,BS9;i Belgium.- $5,832; .Holland,
$2.204 ; i England.^ $1,458; ? Norway, rsß7s ; : Sweden,'
$369.--^, The i principal * shipments ; and \u25a0 their ' Uesti
n»tlons 4 were; as "follows:, .."."-. \u25a0••:- : ;.. , t;
IB To Newi York- ; -f10,156 \u25a0 gals and ' 2 ' eW wine,- 345
gals and 200 cs' whisky, 1 ? 20.000 ctls barley,' Bo,l7o
lbs | beans; \ 23,908 ' cs i and j25 i pkgs f canned I goods/
40,448 lbs dried" fruit.'; 2s' cslfrnlt^juice.* 130 bbls
salmon,*, 35,176: lbs tea, >304 *lbs ' vanilla" beans,
096 pkgs arms and ammunition,. 4o sks herbs. 14
pkgs drugs, 2.036 lbs casein. 20 r pkgs machinery.
5W flasks quicksilver, 58 bales scrap leather,
380,024 lbs wool. -
To Germany— 890.778 lbs dried fruit. : 550 cs
canned fruit. 10,425 lbs vanilla beans, 90,000 lbs
apricot kernels, 18,025 lbs scrap metal.
To France— 2o2.Bl2 lbs dried fruit. ' :.
To Denmark— Cl.lS9 lbs "dried apricots.
To Belgium — 51,250 lbs dried apricots, 5,500 lbs
apricot kernels. . • \u25a0 -
To Holland— 33,ooo lbs apricot kernels.
To England— l3,7so lbs dried apricots.
To Norway,— 23o cs canned fruit. §
; To Sweden— loo cs of canned fruit., -\u25a0\u25a0
-Weather Report
United States; Department of Agriculture—'.
Weather Bureau, San Francisco. Aug. 30, 1010.
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
\u25a0 5. ? 's \u25a0 •" t' s i
STATIONS f STATIONS g *g |
• w - •• p :~ •I *?
Boise 80 ... .00 Itoseburg ..82 44 .00
Eureka .". . . «2 4S .00 Sacramento »4 62.00
Flagftnff .. 74 54 .00 Balt< Lake.. .78 52 .00
Fresno . 100 62 .00 San Diego.. 74 -R2 .00
Helena .... 66 34 .00 S. Francisco 60 56 .00
Ind'p'dence 88 52 .00 San Jose.... 84 50 .00
Kalispell .. (56 3S .00 S. L. Obispo 72 46.00
Los -Angeles Bfi 58 .00 Spokane .... 74 46 .00
Modena .... 82 46 .00 SE. Farallon 56 P2 .00
Mt. Tamlp'B 78 63 .00 Summit .... 80 32 .00
North Head 5« .. .00 Taeoma .... «6 50.00
Phoenix ... 04 70.00 Tatoosh .... f>6 50.00
Pocatello .. 78 38 ;00 ITonopah ... 82 54.00
Pt Reyes Lt 55 B0 .00 Walla -W'lla 84 54 .00
Portland ... 74v02.00 Wln'mucca . 84 40.00
Red Bluff.. 94 64 .00 Yunia ...... 100 72 .00
Reno ...... 86 42 .00 " •. - ' \u25a0 -
. EASTERN STATIONS
Abilene .."..I 96 74 100 Knoxvllle „ 82 C 8 .01
Atlan. City. '74 08 .IH> Louisville .. 00 64 .00
Boston 64 56 .00 Memphis . . »2 74 .00
Buffalo .... 82 .. .00 M'tgomery . 8S 70 .00
Charleston . 80 74 .32 Montreal ... 66 50.00
Chicago 84 66 .00 Moorhead .. 70 54 .00
Denver 76 '48 .00 N'w Orleans 92 78 .00
DeaMoines. 72 6(5 .00 New York.. 74 «4 .00,
Dodge City.. 72 62 .00 North Platte 70 46 .00
Duluth .... !68 58 .00 'Oklahoma .. 96 72 .00
Dnrango ..:. 72 54.24 Plttsburg .. 84 64.00
Eastport ... 64 48.00 Roswell .... 72 52 -0«
Galveston .. 88 82 .00 St. Louis... 02 72.00
Green Bay..| 781 62 .20 St. Paul.... 72 60 .00
llatteras ... 7S 74.86 Tampa .... 90 76.18
Havre 72 36 .00 Toledo . 8S . . . .00
Huron 74 54 .00 Washington 78 62.00
Jacks'nvllle 90 74 .64 Winnipeg .. 62 54.02
Kansas City 82 74 .00 , =1 1 '
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The depression over Manitoba this morning
has moved eastward and Is now central over the
lakes. It is causing generally cloudy weather
over the Mississippi and Ohio valleys and south
eastward t«i the Atlantic and rain over the lake
region and in the south Atlantic states. The
"area of high pressure, off the north Atlantic
states is causing fair, cool weather over the
middle and New England states. The area of
high pressure over the Rocky mountain region
this morning bas moved eastward to the plains
states, causing fair weather over the central
portion of the .country and cloudy weather with
thunder storms and showers in Arizona and New
Mexico.-, On the Pacific slope fair weather pre
vails, except in Washington, where it is cloudy.
The temperature has risen over the Rocky moun
tain ami lutermountain region and westward :to
the Pacific, except along the central California
coast, where there ha* been a . fall. Cooler
weather prevails over the plains states, and
much warmer weather, in the Mississippi and
Ohio yalleys. Conditions are favorable for fair
weather In this district Wednesday, except
foggy along the coast in the morning.
FORECAST
San Francisco and vicinity — Fair, except
foggy in the morning; moderate west wind.
. Santa Clara valley — Fair Wednesday; Hgnt
west wind.
\u25a0Sacramento valley— Fair Wednesday; light
south wind. . \u25a0 \u25a0 •
San .Toaquln valley — Fair Wednesday; light
west . wind. \u25a0
California south of the Tehachapi— Fair
Wednesday; light west wind.
G. H. WILLSON,
Local Forecaster, temporarily in charge.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
• -ARRIVED 1 - ••'}£• . 'j : U~/,
\u25a0 \u25a0 •' V Monday, Aiipust 20.
\u25a011 p. m.. strar Rpdonilo".- Hanson'; 53 hours from
Vstoria; 750.000 feet lumber to C. A. [ Smith
umber company.
'\u0084.-' \u25a0 Tuesday. August 30.
l:2«i a. m.. stmr ChehalSs. Kettleson. 37 hours
rora San Pedro; tmllnst to Sudden & Chrlstenson.
2 a. ••in., stmr Daisy, Mitchell. Evltt. 48 hours
rom- Gaviota;.3oO drums- distillate to Associated
ra importation company.
••7 p.m., stmr^Harolrt Dollar, MoClements. 4
lays from > Everett; 070 tons coal to Pacific
:oast company, 313,000 feet lumber to Ererett,
laley jfc Co. .
.4 a. in., stmr Albion, Xrman, 10 hours from
Moss landing; 220 cords bark to the KlcUardsoD
rompany. , | \u25a0/'\u25a0- . r •
5:30 p." m., BtmrJ. A. Chapslor. Macdonald, 40
iours rrom : Astoria;, ballast to Associated trans-
K>rtatlon company. : . '
4 p. in., bktn Archer. Parker, 7 days from
Roche harbor; 0,C70 barrels lime, 1.000,000 shin
ies to Tacoraa and Roche Harbor lime company.
8:23 p. m., -- atmr ' Despatch, Carey, 28 hours
from Eureka; 550,000 feet; lumber" to Pacific box
factory. . .'.\u25a0-*\u25a0 ...\u25a0••\u25a0\u25a0 ,
8:10. a. m.. stmr James S. Illgglns, EUason,
16 hours from Fort Bragg; -bound south, put In
;o land passe ngers. -
10:30 a. I m., Xor stmr Tltania. Kroper, | 14
iours from Caspar; put in to finish loading. '"
10:40 a. in., bark Amy Turner, Turloft, 6 days
from Columbia river; 6,627 ties 'to Charles :\u25a0\u25a0 R.
McCormlck. • ' , . ; ... -. \u25a0 ;•. .* .
4:30 a; m., schr Santiago, McDonald,' 11 hours
from Monterey; ,11,000 barrels oil-; to Associated
transportation company, •In tow tug Navigator.
. - CLEARED
' . Tuesday, August SO.
Stmr. City, of Fuehla,' Johnstone, Victoria; Pa
cific. Coast steamship company. \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0:,'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 , • ,'•-
Stmr State of California; Gielow, Eureka; Pa
cific Coast steamship company. .
Stmr Admiral -Sampson,. Bartlett, San Pedro;
Alaska Pacific steamship company.
Stmr Santa : Rosa, ; Alexander, Snn Diego; Pa
cific \u25a0 Coast . steamship company.
Stmr •< Buckman, Wilsou," Seattle; Alaska Pa
cific 3teamshlp company. ' / . '
SAILED
\u25a0 • '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0-: Tuesday. August 30.
12:10 p. m.. Br stmr Oberon, . Prowse, Taltal
via Port Sun r«uis. .
0:50 O. m., » stmr Col; E. L. Drake, Bunting,"
Seattle, with barge 91 in tow.
2:25 p. in., stmr City of Puebla, Johnstone,
Victoria, r _ ' - \u25a0„\u25a0.' :•
2:45 p. m.,- stmr Klamath, Jahnsen,' San-Pedro.'
2.25 p. m.. stmr Alcatraz, Johnson,- Mendoclno.
2:43 p.- ni.", stmr Xavarro, Hoffman." Crescent
City. . ' .\u25a0\u25a0 •- \u25a0 •\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0' \u25a0 . -'..
2:55 p. m., stmr Buckman. Wilson, Seattle.
8:30 p.Vm., 'stmr Brooklyn, Matscn, Needle
rock.' \u25a0\u25a0" \u25a0 -,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 •- . \u25a0 \u25a0• '\u25a0 -- \u25a0-\u25a0 • •' • '-\u25a0-,•
\u25a0 3:15 p. tn., stmr Sfnte of California, Glelow,"
Eureka. \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0'-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ; \u0084 '" . \u25a0• \.-.i~,-'.
5:10 p. m.,. stmr George Loomis,' Daniels, sße
dondo Beach. .' . : " , \u25a0 /, . "
5:40 p. m., stmr Albion, Nyman, Bowens land
ing. '. '\u25a0:, \u25a0'.\u25a0.' :,--\u25a0- \u25a0':\u25a0 ..-•'\u25a0 \u25a0< \u25a0 -.;; "•\u25a0 \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0
10:40 a.', in., -stmr 'Admiral Sampson, Bartlett,
San Pedro. \u25a0 . ' '\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 -
10:45 a. m., stmr James S. Higgins, Higgins,
Sao Pedro. ,
'10:30 a. m., schr Advance, Ogldnlssen, Coquille
river. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;.-- •-:--•\u25a0 ?~ ; -._\u25a0•; ' .. --.- \u25a0 . ,-\u25a0 .
0:50 a." ni., barge 01, Monroe, Seattle, in tow
stmr Col. E.L. Drake." :.- \u25a0':\u25a0 ;'\u25a0\u25a0>'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0.\u25a0
.9 p. m.. stmr. Charles Nelson, Hansen, Seattle,
with \u25a0Br bark Antlope In tow. •- :
9 p. nw Br bark i Antinpe, Mathieson, Eureka,
in tow stmr, Charles' Nelson. - .
WEATHER REPORTS , 1
POINT LOBOS,«Aug. 30. 3 p. m.— Thick; wind
SW: velocity. 10 miles an hour..
TATOOSH.' Aug. 30. 6 p. m.— Cloudy; wind S;
velocity; 10 miles an hour. \u25a0\u25a0' ; -\u25a0"..- •' \u25a0 .
. POINT 12 m. — Foggy; wind
SW;velocity 10 miles an hour. - — \u25a0-\u25a0
;\u25a0"- , •'-.••' TELEGRAPHIC •
POINT LOBOS. Aus. GO, 10 p. m.— Weather
foggy:' wind NW: velocity 8 miles an hour...
-• DOMESTIC TORTS ; ,
TACOMA— Arrived Aug. 30— Stmr Edith, from
Alaska ;' stmr 'Argyll,: from Seattlt; stmr Zapora,
from "nshlng cruise.' \u25a0\u25a0> •/\u25a0....- .
\u25a0 A Sailed '" Aug. » .".o— Br stmr » Glenlee, for -Yoko
hama; 7 Chil bark - Royal Sovereign; for/Valpa
raiso; sehr Columbian, for.. Honolulu. f> ii .•-.--;
-SANTA -BARBARA— Arrived Aug. 30— Stmr
Vanguard. :hence;Aug.r 2B. t, ; v .
Sailed ' Aug. -30— Stmr Vanguard, for San Pedro.
' TATooSH— Passed -in * Aug. > 30, • 6:40^ a. m.—
Stmr ; Oly mplc.'r hence Aug.' 2S ; for Bellingham. v
Passediout AugA29.i7:3o p.m.— Stmr Atlas,
with': barge '.93 ' in]- tow, from ; Seattle ;; for • San
Francisco. , , '• "" : V- . \u25a0.\u25a0:_-•:\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0• '- \u25a0 '-\-\.
Passed out Aug." 1 30—^A stmr,: lumher laden. \u25a0
- - Outside ?\u25a0 bound tin 3 Aug. . 30-^A i three i masted
bald • headed- schooner. '-\u25a0 "1 t . -.
• .ABERDEEN— Arrived - Aug. '• 30 — Stmr i Svea.
hence Aug. j; 26.'^; Aug.~: 29— Schr , Wawona. \ from
San-Diego. '. '-* '-- < ... -: '
- Sailed - Aug. ' 30— Schr : Sehome, for San Pedro;
"schr ; Admiral, ~t or Guaymas/.v- -. -;
r PORT.SAN; J-UlS— Arrived Arg. SO, 9 a. m.—
Stmr Santa > Maria,-; hence *A0g.29.\-T . v
tv EUREKA— Arrived i Ang. ; 30, : 6 \u25a0\u25a0 a.* m.-^-Stmr ' J.
J. \u25a0: Loggie, ? hence :'Atig. . 27, * and "not^ as . before \u25a0&•
ported. \u25a0'*\u25a0•:. -,\u25a0\u25a0-'-\u25a0\u25a0'*- 'i-. x \ -a."- ' 7 —'- \u25a0' \u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0 " -'\u25a0 _v . • \u25a0\u25a0 : -,.
ASTORIA— SaiIed Aug. 30. -7 a. . m. — Stmr
Eureka.*. for <Eureka ; : B aX m.:" stmr .' Catania,' for
San J Francisco. ; (Aug.*, 29,' 7- p.'\ m.— Stmr, ; Maver
ick,-for San Francisco.^
''-'Arrived '. Aug. ; 30,^ 6 " a. ', m.— Stmr \u25a0 Breakwater,
from Coos bny ; o a. m., • stmr J. B. Stetson,
hence < Aug. 2rt. .'. _--',-. '- -'- -\u25a0 - . . \u25a0•
;* COOS " BAYr— Arrived "Aug. ~ 30— Stmr \u25a0' Bandon,
from'Bandon. "".:'-; \u25a0 \u25a0 - i . " :
! : Sailed Aug. 30-^Schr Churchill, .for Grayi Har
:bor.; --'^'' ---\u25a0-\u25a0>-'' -'-'- ': .•-.->•'\u25a0\u25a0'-.-\u25a0: '\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0;".-\u25a0
i>:MOSS'r-ANDlNG— Arrived; Aug. "j 29,^ 6 p.im.—
Stmr ; Fulton,*,' hence J Aug. 1 ? &'§&&g&Pi*mgl2£m^
-> SEATTLE— Arrived Aug. 30— Ger stmr Ella.
from . . Aug. 23. 5 p. m.— Stmr Northland.
from Skagway; 10 p. in., stmr Governor, hence
Aug., 27. Aug. 30. 8 a. m.— Stmr City of Seat
tle, from Skagway.'. *. » . -
-^Sailed Aug. . 30, 10 a. m. — Jap. stmr Inaba
laru. for Yokohama;. 11 a. m.. stmr Hnmboldt.
or Skagway; 5 a. m.. Nor stmr llornelen. for
Port Blakeley. - - .*
-Aug. 30. 12 m.— Stmr Argyll, for San
\u25a0ranclsco; 1:30 p. m.. Br stmr St. Nicholas, for
San Francisco; 12 m., stmr Santa Ana. -for
bkagway. . .
WRANGELL-^Arrived Ang. 30, 1:30 a. m.—
Stmr Cottage City, from Seattle.
GREENWOOD— SaiIed Ang.' 30— Stmr White3
boro,- for San Francisco.
FORT BRAGG— Sailed Aug. 30— Stmr CoqulUe
River, for San Francisco.
WILMINGTON— Arrived Aug. 30, 1:30 p. m.—
Stmr Centralla. from San Pedro.
-Sailed Aug. 30. 3:30 p. m. — Stmr Lafcme, for
San Francisco; stmr Centralla, for San Pedro.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Aug. 30— Stmr Coos
Bay, -hence Aug. 26; stmr Whlttler. from Ven
tura; stmr Thomas L. Wand, from Aberdeen;
stmr PresMent. hence Aug. 29.
Sailed Aug. 30— Stmr Whittier, stmr Coos Bay,
stmr Grays Harbor, for San Francisco. •
SOUTH BEND— Sailed Aug. 30, It a. m.— Stmr
Camlos. for San Francisco. "
Arrived Aug. 30, 4 p. m. — Bktn Amazon,
hence Aug. 13. \u25a0
WEST POlNT— Passed out Aug. 30.' 3 p. m.—
Chil bark Royal Sovereign, for west coast South
America. .. \u25a0• _\u25a0
2:45 p. m., stmr "CbehanV Kettleson. Graqs
Harbor. .
BELLINGIIAM— Arrived Aug. 30— Br stmr
Bramfey, from Taeoma; 4:30 p. m., stmr Olym
pic, lienee Aug. 26. .•
SAN DlEGO— S'ailed Aug. 26— Stmr Bowdoin.
stmr Tahoe. for San Francisco.
NOME — Arrived Aug. 20 — U. S. stmr Bear,
from cruise.
Sailed Aug. 30— Stmr W. S. Porter, for St.
Michael. ,
PORT TOWNSEND— Passed in Aug. 30— Stmr
Lucy Neff. hence Aug. 25 for Seattle; schr Willis
A. Hold en. from Santa Rosalia; schr Mlndoro,
from San Pedro. . -
Sailed Aug. 30— Bktn Koko Head, for Sydney.
Passed out Aug. 30^ — Schr James 11. Bruce,
from Ludlow.' for San : Francisco.
KETCHIKAN— Arrived Aug. SO— Stmr Cottage
City, from Seattle.
VALDEZ— Arrived Aug. 29 — Stmr Bertha, from
Seattle. -^ .r
Sailed Aug. 29 — Stmr Bertha, for Seattle.
..BRISTOL BAY— Sailed Aug. 25— Ships Ta
coma. Star of Italy,, Bohemia, stmrs Vlchafc and
Kayak. ! for San Francisco; stmr Nushagak, for
Karluk. •
REDONDO BEACH— Arrived Ang. 30^-Stmr
Aurelia, from Eureka; stmr Centralla, from Saa
Pedro. ,
Sailed Aug. 30 — Stmr Centralla. for S"an Fran
cisco.
EASTERN PORTS
NEW YORK— Sailed Aug. 29— Stmr Advance,
for Colon.
ISLAND PORTS
.MANlLA— S'ailed Aug. 2S— Br stmr Seneca,
for New York.
FOREIGN PORTS
PUERTO MEXlCO— Arrived Aug. 29, 4 a. m.—
Stmr Texan, from New York.
ADELAIDE — Arrived Aug. 29 — Br stmr Lord
Terapletown. from Taeoma.
SANTA ROSALlA— Arrived Aug. 30— Schr J.
H. Lunsmann. from Eagle barbor.
CALLAO— Arrived Aug. 13— Br bark Nile,
from Port Blakeley.
SINGAPORE— Arrived Aug. 29— Br stmr Ken
nebee, from Hankow.
HOBART— Passed Aug. 27— Fr bark Vln
cennes. from Antwerp for Oregon.
BREST— Sailed Aug. 14— Fr bark Pierre Lotl,
for San Francisco.
VICTORIA— Arrived Aug. SO— Fr bark Notre
Dame d'Arvor, from Antwerp.
Sailed Aug. 30 — Jap stmr Inaba Mara, for
Hongkong via Yokohama. (
ANTWERP^-Arrived Ang. 29— Ger stmr An
pistu*. from Oregon.
ORAN— Arrived Aug. 24— Br stmr Blsley. from
New York.
DUNKIRK — Arrived Aug. 29 — Fr stmr Amiral
Fourlchon. hence May 21.
TSlNTAU— Arrived Aug. 29— Br stmr River
dale, from Oregon.
' LAS PALMAS — Sailed Aug. 26— Ger stmr Se
rak, for San Francisco, i
OCEAN STEAMERS'
NAPLES— SaiIed Aug. 29— Stmr Roman, for
New York.
TRIESTE — Sailed Aug. 26— Stmr Alberta, for
New York.
PALERMO— SaiIed Aug. 27— Stmr Argentina,
for New York.
NEW YORK — Arrived Aug. 30 — Stmr Kaiser
Wilhelm 11, from Bremen; stmr Caronla. from
'Liverpool; .- stmr Oe««ni<\ from Southampton;
stmr Bluecher, from Hamburg.
Sailed Aug. 30-^Stmr Nieuw Amsterdam, for
Rotterdam; stmr Kronprlna Wilhelm. for Bremen;
stmr Enropa. stmr' Moltke. for Naples.
HAMBURG— Arrived Aug. 29-:-Stmr Graf Wal
dersee. stmr Cincinnati-, from New York.
ANTWERP— Arrived Aug. 29— Stmr Kroon
land. from New York. . . ,
AVONMOUTH— Arrived Aur. 30— Stmr Mon
mouth. from ' Montreal.
LIVERPOOL— SaiIed Aug. 30— Stmr Saxonla,
for Boston; \u25a0*\u25a0\u25a0-.',
HONGKONG— S'aiIed " Aug. 27— Stmr Empress
of China, for Vancouver.
NORFOLK— SaiIed Aug. 30— Stmr Bjornstjerne
BJernsen, for Puget sound.
Memoranda
Per bktn Archer — Ang. . 25. in latitude 43 50
north, longitude 123. 20, we5t, ran Into a dense
smoke which lasted several hours.
Per stmr James S. HlgKlns— Passed a square
rigger north of the lightship.
\ HYPROORAPHIC OFFICE
PLACE 1 Ft. I Date | Remarks -
• -^ IS feet at mean, low
Grays Har 17 - Aug. 6 water In channel to
..--\u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 - Aberdeen.
Wlllapa B| 27 |Ang.l|
Colum. R.| 29 jJuly 231
[~~ Bar buoy to right of
Nehalm R 9 July 10 entrance. Channel is
shifting to north,
''/'\u25a0 '.\u25a0\u25a0-. 'i.-' -\u25a0' very narrow, 130 ft.
Tlllmk B.j 9 July SiChannel shifted 1 mile
-I \u25a0• | . / I sooth in gale Nov. 2S.
Yaquina Bl 12 |July 3|
Slnalaw R| 6 |Ang. 4\
Umpqna R| 9 |July 11 t
\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-, I T 12 feet at- low tide to
Coos Bay. IS - June 22 North Bend; 12- feet
'.'•'-. at low tide to Marsh
' :-", field.
Coquille R | 8 (June 30 IChannel straight.
Rosue 571 3 |Apr. 27|Channfl shifting north..
Klamth Rl 5 1 Aug. 1 1C har m c 1 shifting to
\u25a0 - I • I \u25a0 f southward.
Hoibldt Bl IS lAus. 1 Shoal 800 feet WNW.
I \ \u25a0 - I black spar buoy.
S Pedro B| 22 |Aug. 2|No change In channel.
S Diego B| 23Va|Apr. l|No change In channeC
S Pablo Bl 24 I Dec. 1 (Depth in dredged cban-
I 1 1 nel. . ,
REAL ESTATE TRAASACTIOXS
' L. D. Latlmer to" William Hale, lot in W line
or Webster street. 27:6 S of Sutter, S 27:6 by
W 93: $5. . .^
• Central trust company of California to John
Johnson," lot 4, block 20. HHlctest; $10.
'Julia- Hilling to Frtta -Helnrlch and wife; lot
In SE line of Paris street. 230 .SW of Russia
aTenue, SW 25 by SE 100: $10.
Bertha de Wall to Bernard de Wall,' lot In N
line of Ninth avenue. 123 W of D street, W 75
by -N 100; -gift. -
' Niels Lund and wife to Tove Lund, lot 612.
gift map 2; gift. ;
Falrvlew realty - company to Anna- Schmidt.'
lot in N line of Duncan street. 143:5 E of Lin
coln avenue, B 20 by N 114 ; . $10. .
: Real •' Estate and Development . company _to
James Flanagan, lot in E line of Missouri street.
50 N of Eighteenth.^ 100 by E 100: -grant. .
-Walter Leonard to Richard Quedens. lotiin W
line of Tenth avenue. 225 S of L street,' S 25 by
W 120; $10. -- \u25a0
r-W. 1 A. Butler company to Joseph JBasch/ lot
2S.'bl«ck 25. Sunnyside; $10.
- Mary J. - Sullivan and husband to Ellen Hen
nessey, lot \u25a0In S line of i Oak street, 165 W of
Laguna, W 27 :6 by S SO; $10. / -
-'Maria Lyons to Joeph P. Kavanaugh, lot In
W- line of Lundys lane. 173 N of Virginia «ve
nue,:N"23 by^W 70: $10. . ' /
C. A. Ottllio to Conrad Geyer. lot in SE line
of Paris - street. 225 \u25a0NE of Persia avenue, . NE
25 by. SE-iOO;$10. - : . . - •
'-\u25a0-. Bothin : real ; : estate company to ». Henry,- EL
Bothin.'lot In NW line of Mission, street. 25 SW
of Second, SW, 43:3 by NW 60; $10-
M. I*.-= O'Loghlen " aad wife to Tlm*tnj E."
Treacy, lots 9 and 10. block P, Pw* Lisa tr*rt
<rsio. \u25a0 ;-\u25a0\u25a0 -, / :--:.',,> - ' - \u25a0 •• -\u25a0 \-
Hecht estate company to Amelia A. Ctomber
lain, lot, ln N line of Army street, 118:1% t W of
Valencia, W,o:3»4'by N §0: $10. " .
1 The King company to Frederic R." King, lot in
N : line of -Broadway;* 57:6 E of Gougb street,' E
50 byN;l32:6;'slo. ' ' \u25a0 ,-•- ;;;.
.- Margaret' Hanlon toClara M.VHanlon. lot.ln
E line of Shotwell streeU-ISS S of . Twenty-fif tn,
S 40 by El 10, and one other piece; $10.;
land * and trust" company .to Jacob
Hoist 5 and - wife, -lot In-; E line of Forty -first
avenue.*,22s N of.C street, N 23 by E 120: $10.
.» Phillip '- Rellly/ and - wife to Denis Ahero. lot
in S line of Hancock street, ISO E-of^Noe.'-E
25 by S 114?'$10. ' -_
'-\ Rivers Bnn.\ to John Dunne, lot 15, block 12.*
Lakeview; $10. : . : , ,
J- Same -to Thomas Dunne and . wlfe.v lot , 14,
-block-12, -Lakeview; $10. .
. Harry H: i Lincoln and ; wife •to Moise-Klinkner
company. : lot lniN,Hhe of Twi»nty-fo«irth street,'
12.% .W of. Hoffman avenue..W 25 by N 'll4; $10r
i>; L. ; H;> Molse ' and . wife <to •, Moise-Klinkner com
pany.'* lot : In E t line^ of , Folsom '\u25a0 street.T 450 S of
Precita i avenue.' ?S \u25a0 200. > E 113. /N . 175, ' W 3. N
25,'.Wi110. to. beginning: $10. . . »
•'.- Annie - B. - Darcy >to -. Bernhard • Getx, - lot In • S
l!ne;of I street, -57: 6 E of -Thirty-tblrd avenue;
E 60jby S 100: $10. -.
'ft, Ray,- R: £ Phelps : to } Ross >, W. \ Phelps. ' half - In
terest = In ; lot * in , N ; line of States street; ' 2£>' W
MuCTiONSAtES
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
The foUowlns prope'rtr will be «oM at Pttbll*
Auction for the account of Southern Paciac Co^
and whoa It may concern. br;!nnln? oa
WEDNESDAY,
Acsnst'3l. 1910, at 10 •'clock a. m~ and eoa-
tlnuins at the tame hour dally until tt« Ml»
has been completed, at the
OCCIDENTAL PUBLIC WARE-
HOUSE,
Berry street, bet ween Third and Foorth atreats.-
San Frandaco. CaL. where »ald gooia ar» held
and stored, to pay freight and stons* and other ~>
lawful charges thereon.
EDGAR J. DEPUE.
3,500 PIECES OF UNCLAIMED BAGGAG:
Cooslitlns of trunks, boxes, aolteascs. valises. -
hampers, baby carriage*, bicycles, o»erco»tt-
furs, umbrellas, etc. '.'. \u25a0 - \u25a0 '- .
Also 325 LOTS OFUNCLAIiMcD fRIMV
Consisting of groceries. ~ macalaery, lumber,
household goods, furniture, liquor, jlasswaw
and hardware. For detailed list sea Recorder «£
Ansust 23. 1910.
J. W. SOUTHER, Aactioneer..
IV—,- Monday and Thursday, 11 CSr>i*
-%rX? a. m., 203-200 ValencU at. >«*?
Win sell Mon. 50 cheap all purposa boff««. mar«s;
on Thurs.- consignment 20 horses,- maws, fron*
country; also SO cheap horses, aU kinds wtipo*.
buggies and harness. Outside atock sold on com.
Phone Part 2723. — •
P& AT AUCTION jfe
WEDNESDAY, Auff. 31, 11 a. m. 65 Head
of horses and mares for all purposes. Xo r«- .
serve. Also wasons and harness.
. 557 Fourth at.. Oakland.
of Castro. TV 23 by N JOO; *10.
Richard Boucher to Carolina Reichle.r. lot in
S line of Halght street, 175 E of Webater. B
23 by S 120: $10.
Joseph WUelan et at. to Ver* McDonald, lot
at SSE corner of B street and Twenty-ntnth ave
nue. S 178:2. E 240:1. N 17S:l0. W 240. and aU
interest In outside lands, block 353: SIO.
Vere McDonald to Catherine M<H'ullonch. lot
at SE corner of B street and Twenty-ninth ave
nue. S 17G:2, E 240:1. NI7S:tO. W 240; $10.
Catherine MeCullouch to Jacob Uejman ft
Co.. same. • -
Charles H. Holbrook Jr. to same, same; ?t.
Spring estate company to Angelina Dijeau.
lot in E line of Dolores, street. 127 N of Six
teenth. N 27 by E 117:10; ?10.
James Hanlon to Ellen Hanlon. half interest
in lot In W line of Guerrero street, ISO N of
Twentr-flfth. N 25 by W 123: $10.
Real Estate and DeTelopment company tn
Maggie Zecheriab. half Interest Id lot ia W Une
of Arkansas street. 130 5 of Twenty-second, S
25 by W 100; grant.
Ida F. Shores et al. to the president »nd
board of trustees of St. Ignatius eollefe. lot la
S line of Turk strwt. 232 W of Parker aTenne.
W 175, S 305:7. >E 33:8^. E 130:« lj v . >* 66 ''
$10.
Ida K. Shore* et al. to the president and
board of trustees of St. Ignatius* collejj*. lot in
S Une of Turk street. 173 W of Parker avenue.
W 37 by S 276. and all interest In block
bounded on E by Parker aTenue. N by Turk
street. W by WUUrd and S by Fulton: $10.
Thomas G. Elliott to James O. Elliott et al
lot in W llae of Twenty-second street, 100 W of
Chattanooga. W 23 by N 73; gttt.
Samuel Gerson and wife to Louia Friedman.
half of lot at SW corner of Broderlck and Fell
streets. S 25 by W 100; $10.
Allcrt Meyer to Out Grellmann et al.. lot at
NB corner of I otreet ami Twenty-first atenoe.
N 25 by E 100: $10.
Sol Getx & Sons to Michael L. O'Loffhlan. lot
ia W line of Twenty-fourth avenue. 100 S of II
street. S 23 by W 120, and one other pteee; $19.
Mary Bradley et at. to John E. Blomqulst ana
wife, lot In E line of Alabama street. 73 N of
Rtpley. N 30 by E 80;. $10.
Central trust company to Ernest P. A. C.
Watzel and wife. lot 1. block 7. HUlcre*t; $10.
August Barton to Dora Barton, lot in E line
of Dame street, 175 N of Randall, N 25 by E
123: gift.
William C. Hamerton and wife to Jennie M<"-
Ternan, lot in W line of Tiffany arenue. 125 N
of Twenty-ninth street. N 23 by W 60; $10.
James McTernan to Jennie McTernaii. same;
Sift.
Walter E Chrlstensen to Francisco Fisonl. lot
In NW line of San Jose avenue. 670 NE of Jnr
nac street. NE 40, VW 132.335, SW 40.723, SE
130.87; $10.
Frederick R. Drinkhouse and wife to Paterson
Ros3, lot in S line of Valleja street. 70 E of
Stelner. E 30 by S 51:6; $10.
Charles A. Hall and wife to Bararh '. Ashlm.
lot at SE corner of Sixth avenne and street, S
23 by E 05; $10. >
Barach J. Ashlm to Frederick C. Encel and
wife. lot la W line of Fifth 'avenue, 23 S of
Judah street, S 23 by W 03; $10.
Bolldlns Contracts k
NtckoUos Teintos and Nickolaos Asbanit^* wlt)^
Immanuel Jaasen — All work, except \u25a0wlns l ;*T» i
shades and light fixtures, for a one storyr fri.in
bnlldlng (stores and storeroom*, at NW conwr
of Railroad avenne and Williams street. N 23:2.
W 102:4. thence 3 to point opposite beginning. E
100: $I.SCO.
W. Hogan with V. FllllppU ft Co. — To erect a
three story and basement building (Sat>). in S
line .of Sacramento street. "iri*:.\ E of Iljrie;
$3,975.
Christian Melskor Jr. with Trlpp * Appleton—
All work, except painting and plastering in base-.
ment. plumbing, mantels, gas . and electric fix
tares, finish hardware, shades. Backus heater,
far a three story frame bnilding in W line of
Guerrero street. 133 S of Fifteenth, 23x100;
$5,226.
Mrs." L. Robinson with F. O. Erwin — Carpen- •
tering. plumbing, plastering, electric work and
painting for a two story frame building In W
line of Dolores street. 107:<; N of Twenty-fifth.-
N 25 by W 114; $3,073.
Estate' of Elizabeth Wagner with Daniel
O'Neill and Central iron works — Mill work, store
fronts, glazlnj;. hardware, lath and piaster, steel
and iron work, etc., for a one story remforced
concrete and steel building at S corner nf Jes«ie
and Fourth streets, h\V SO by SW 75; $4.9*3.
Bessie Galloway with W. W. Rednatl — To
erect a two story and basement frame re*lden< > c
in E line of Baker street. 33 S of Green. S S3
by E 100; $3,050.
Jean Escloses with B. Becaas — To erect a ttro
story and basement frame bo!ld!as in N line nt
John street, 60 W of Powell, W 50 by N 62:6;
$4,165.
NEW ZEALAND MAIL ,
LINE TO START SOON'
November 16 Is Date Set for-
Initial Trip
Official announcement was madv
yesterday - by H. Stephenson Smith,
resident agent of tbe New Zealand*
government, that the Union steamship*
company of New Zealand would begin .
its mail service between this city and
Papeete. Auckland and Melbourne on"
November 16. On that date the steam-,
ship Aorangl. 4.268 tons, will leave
here. The "steamer Matai will leave' v,
Auckland on October .22. Thereafter t
there will be a steamer every four
weeks.
-The Union steamship company now
operates three steamers from Van-*
couver to Australia, and has been con
necting with New Zealand by smaller
ships of ' the same company.
Sir James Mills, head of the Union -
steamship company, was in San Fran-^
cisco a couple of months agro and at
that time intimated that with the sub
sidy obtained a fleet of large and fast
liners would: ha. put on the, San Fran
cisco,; South Sea Island- and New Zea-"
land run.;," He *ls -now in England pur
chasing vessels to add to the fleet.
The -Union steamship company owns a'
fleet ' of 70 in trans-Paciflc
trade and coast trade about .Australia.
It also operates a line between Aus
tralia and Calcutta. ,
The. Oceanic steamship company. In
the 'steamer . Mariposa. now has the
! only direct service between San Fran
| ci3co and New ; Zealand.
EIFHUTTOMSrCO.
;«M Cal»*rnla St. TeL Dov«la* 2487,
.; St. Fraud* Hotel. ' TeL Dougla* 3853 .
,; Members of New York Stock Exchange
\u25a0 Pioneer T House \u25a0
- Private '."Wire" to Chicago <
. ' ;. and Aerr Yoric.' .
R . B . 31 VLCAH V, Maaager.'
Private ' wire^— Xeiw York, Chlcajo,
AVest ern -Union Code i
JGWIIiSON
. mem ber
XBW .YORK STOCK KXCH.i.Vf.E
. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE .
THE STOCK ASDBOSOiEXCMA.XGE,
- SAX FR.4XCISCO *
Main Office. -Mills Uid?., san Krsnclneo. .
Branch Offlrfi — Palace Hotel (mala
corridor >, Snn Franelseo; Hotel Aleatan-
drla, liOit Anßeles, Cal. .
, Correspondents— Harris, AV!nthr«p *
: Coh -»w York, Clilca«o, London aad.
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