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COM3^IERCIAL AND MAIIKETM^sI
Dressed Pork (per lb)— 10£p2c.
LIVESTOCK MAHtKET
The following quotations ara* -tor pood, sound
[ livestock, delivered In Baa 1 Francisco, gross
"\o. i fat Fteers. over .^no lbA.'f- llT *- Js^®J s^®" 5,*5 ,*^ 6
t per lb: under POO lbs. SH^S'AFv"^"? qsallty,
bQ weigh:*. St&SKc: thlc* oih«esireble steers,
NO. Jcows and heifers. 4ii(24*^ c; . Be £? nd qnal "
I Ity. 4ft|4V*c; common, thin, t^naeslraDle cows,
I o^i @^^«c
Desirable bulls and stags, 2fsi©3c; half fat
I er thin bulls. 2@2^c. I'JTI.J *«
Calves— LightweUrht. per la, XM^c; medium,
I 6^Qs^,c: heavy. iU,6iZc. ? L"
Sheep— Desirable wethers. 4%ii«'« ewes, 4Vi@
Lambs <per la)— Cnshora Um'^; s^@6c.. ,_
Hops— Hard grain fed. weighing K»0 to 150
Jbs. 7U@7%c; 150 to 200 Iba, \u25a0 "pc: \2so Ids up,
Horses and. MuK**
The fMlowlng quotations for hob*** and males
? lire \>y the Butcbcrs' add Stock Grow-
I ers* Jocmal; \u25a0
j Desirable flraftcrs. 1.700 lb« «»d o<ver. .5275«i500
' Ltglit drEftrrs, 1.5"i0 to 1.650 iha.V-"-.. 225«i275
I Chunks, 1.350 to 1.500 lbs \u25ba-•• 2000250;
: Wagon horses, IJKiO to 1.350- lbs. ]•••• 175(5.200
1 Heliverr wngoa horses, 1.050 to l.*^o-- I25Q1.10;
DeFirable form mares ........... .'i-*-^- 133e;150
rtrm workers ,••-•• 75@100
Mri.nS— MEDIUM TO EXTKA
SOO lbs. 4 to 7 rears s.. .sl23«y:iO
l.OftO u.s. 4 to 7 years »..;-•\u25a0• 150Q173
1.100 lbs. 4 to 7 jenrs .;.i--- 20051223
I^2rt(> lbs. 4to 7 j-rars -••''• r - \u25a0-30(3300
Orer 7 re* rs old range from $13 t« ?25 lower.
Note — Shippers to this market m«" UM horses
elote to type, with age. bone coa&Jcu^tion and
style, to command extreme quotation- ,
Butter, Cheene and EsrT««f '
" Top pric^j. for all three cescriprior.J ander this
be«d f=howe«l pome revision yesterdaj-.i tetter and
vests being lower and cheese hicher. "^e advance
in chese was 1c a pound In Calif ornii» fancy new
I 'flats, which Tiere marked up to lSc»«tl sales at
I 'hat figore on the exchange. Tlm» advance was
1 <sue to ji temporary Rcardrr. Fre»h crP* mOT T * x-
I tra butter was offered at 34 He* bot **c offer
I found 00 takorx. and That price was
1 made the official quotation. Fresh f^&a *X*
I were ltic lower at 3<>c a flfw«»n. makWS » total
• decline of 8e In two days. There WB*j a n active
i market .for fresh egjrs. but receire«| .«*« not
9 -rkip.K en.v chances and preferred toV s***5 *** their
\u25a0 Mirp!ns stocks on chance rather than «-*rry- them
w n;rr tho holidays. C^'ld storage eggs "w*r* weak.
- :h large handlers willing to sell belotf tw* Quo
;"*,•*:lon in the Ftreet. • i 5 . S
» Sales on the eichatijre were as follow^ -
. .> (.Kgr*- — 15 cases of fresh ertrcs at ??«. 25 at
! ;^< SP!< »at 36c « flown. , \u0084
:i t.beese— 2s California fancy new fiat.!*! 17*ic
<IF«M i 5 at ISc a round. J
\i +\u25a0? Jleceipts were SiJ>on pounds of butt**. 22.500
p.uds of rh»i*^<» acd 1.C14 cases of egr»- \u25a0
le following are offloial qactatloii* e«ta!>
"'V4 on the floor nt the dairy exchange. r p»rlces
1 «T«* *se street, while governed by the excf» D Pe
& atioss. generally range from lUc to 2c ]
H * am **\u25a0', cwing to the various charges \u25a0 to .be
I '• ,
BtTTER. PER POUND \u25a0 !
Grades— Deo. 27 Dec. 2S De*". 23 DPC- 30
? Fr»*h extras... 3sc SSc • Soc s<Hc
\ V\r*X* SOc Sic 31c Sic
I Mnrsße extra*. -29c 29c 2f»<> -<2te'
Cheese — California fancy flats, ISc per lb/£ra»;
I do firsts. 14c. firm; do 6econd. lSr. firm: fancy
; Yoang Americas. 17c, eteady: do firsts.. JlCe.
j needy; Oregon Cats. a6e. weak: VTisconeia
daisies. ISc. steadr; Oillfornia storage flats,
I steady at 15c for fancy and 14^c for flrsts;
j storage Young Americas. 16c, steady; Ofegon
I storage Cats. 15^c. firm; fio Toting Americas,
I 17c. firm: eastern storage, lS%@l9c, steady"."""
nggs — California fresh, per doiea, case* la-
I rinded : - *. ..
Grade*— Dee. 27 Dec. 28 Dec. 23 Dccv SO
Extras 3Si s c 39c 37Hc &5c
Firsts ...3.V 35c S3c Ssc
Seconds Ssci S.>c 33c SSc
: Stora-re extras..SOc SOe SOc 80c ,
Eastern «rtras..l'Sc " 2<-e 2Se 2SC ,
Firsts 26c 29c 26c'
Portland Butter Market |
PORTLAND. Dec. SO.— Butter— City creamery
extras, solid pack. 35c; eastern, 27@2Sc.
I'cr Slarket in Nearby Counties
[Sterid Dispclch to The Call] - !"
. PETALfMA, Dec. SO.— Theie was euotlier
VP cf li^c in the price paid for ergs today
Kter receipt of quotations from the Ban.rrap
risco dairy eichance. The Prtslcma ejr«r ex
''hanpe paid SSc for first grade. Independent
dealers and speculators paid 34c to 32c. according
to grade. The supply is increasing rapldl*".
Cr^en feefi is plentiful.
SANTA CRUZ. Dec. SO.— The heaviest boyers
' of eggs reported trade lively today and Uttjs
<51fficulty was experienced in finding ready. *aie
for first grade eggs at 40c a dozen. The .best
price f-'.r produce eggs ranged from SSc to 3Pc
s <^o?.f>n. :
—^— —^— - ' . i
-'^\u2666at o*». Onions and Vrgretablest !
vtrts! hand to moath character, j-esterday. . snd S
\u25a0Uhoagh </ff«rlr!?s .of most descriptions .were
llglit. tb^y were more than sufficient for market
rif'Vis. String rwens broaght high prices, bein?
p^arcf. About 500 boxes of Mexican tomatoes.
thf first consignment recelred for the sea.son,
••str" 5 in na "tli° fteamer Curacao, which arrived
on Thursday. The stock had not been inspected
i;r> t<» m lst*> hour yesterday. Potatoes and onions
!•\u25a0<>\u25a0> quiet but firm. fr>
Potatoes— a:ver whites. $1.2301.50 per ctl:
Palinss Burbcnks. $1.75@1.JK1 per ctl; Oregon
Knrbanks, $1.«0g1.75 per ctl; sweet-, potatoes,
?3ft 3.25 per ctl. i
VAiinion*— sl.4o3l.so per ctl for local and $1.651 ,
f-ir-v'/Cffw. . \
Veg»-raMes— Tnmatoes. $l«51.J0 per crate: green;
!•<>£*:. sftf"c per lb: string beans, 15<g 1714 c per!
ll>: lima beans. <a'a~n per \X>\ summer . pquash. '
?1<vi1.2." pef'tioi; southern eggplant, 6QlOc j>er
lb; preen peppers. K@7c r^r 1»; garlic, 5c per
lb: «*nbbace. «ir»c per ctl: hothouse cucumbers.
S-V((7.«] per dozen; canllCower. 40@30c per dozen;
turnips. t-V; per rack: carrots, 75c per pack: cel
ery. 7r.<&Ssc for small and $1.50©2 for large
<rate«; aauslirooms. 75cig51.50 per box,
Deeidaona and Citrus Fruits
As wgf. the case on the preceding days of , the
week, business Jn fresh fruits yesterday was con
fined .to the filling of small orders for local
routine wants. Prices for apples and , oranges
l*cked stability owing to the dullness of trade.
-.'\u25a0* dealers vouH willingly hare shaded the quo
tations to interest bnren>. One chest of ftraw
!>wries came in from the \Vatsonrille region. Tlie
l-errles wi-ro peddled out at 250. ")0c a drawer.
I Cranr^rries— Cape Cod. $136/14 per bbl for late
I noT^e and $10@ll for cant- Mark.
f Apples fper box>— Fancy 4 tif>r red. $1<?1.25;
1 Newtown pippins, OOc0$1.15:.cold storage Belle-
$1^.1.25; fancy preenirgs, 75c<g$l; com
iiVT in rhoi<>e fruit. ACietGHr.
• Pear* — Winter Nellis. J2.25(j2.75 per box;
r" l;ir.s- ««r* - etJe«. *I (ffl.Cs.
,' rersimmons— rrfisi7r»c per box.
L;Cltru< Fntits tpor !>oxi — Navel oranges, $1.50
J£l.ft!"' for choice mci $2(52.50 for extra • choice ;
ft^Tia^—^KZi. •"••'»: greptfruit. $2..10g3 for
«Bfedle«> »n<l $l?V*'2 for common to choice:
lemon*. $3'So.riO f«T fancy. $2.25<U2.r>0 for choice
«nd- $1.50&2 for et»adar<!; Mexican limes, $4@
4^>-
Tropical Fruits — Rananas. 75c(g51.25 per buadi
for Hstraiian and ?1. .".<># 2.50 for Central Ameri
can; jiiDt-spples. $2."5<32.T>> per dozen.
\u25a0MMBsjafK- - -
Drl^d I"ruli*. RalsSnn.^X.utH and Honey
PruJtf — Evaporated apples. *9sillc: aDricots,
Il<ai3c: fancy Moorpark*. 13U^il4c: peaches.
«07c: fsney. 7^«I8c: prunes. . basis;
fir*. •"f?7^c: peare,' lo(ill3c.-
Raisins— Layers, cluster^— C. crown. $2.50; 8
crown. $2: 4 crown. $1.40: 3 crown. $1.10; 2
crown. $1: seeded. r.(ssi«^ for choice and S>4<3
&%ic for faTicj": Thompson* fcpedless. S'.Jc; loose
rntifcatels. 4 crown 4 4 c, 3 crown 4^<Jc.. 2 crown
3«ic; seefiiess, Sijig^c; raitiDs in sweatbox at
Fresno. 2=i(s3c. * **JB**S?SB
Nets — AlninndK. r.onparells. 15c: IXL. 14c; ne
: plus ultra. 13c; peerless. 12c: Drakes, llM>c:
Isngurdocs. lie; hardshell. 7'i<9Bc: Fbelled
nlmonds. 2.'035 c; new wghiuts. 15c twr lb for
No. 1 softshelle. 14',-jc for No. 1 standards; No.
2 standard, lie: pec«ns. 14i45?15e; peanuts, 4Vi
@sc: pine cuts, lS@2oc; ItalUD cbestnuts.
Honey — Water white comb, sage bo.ney. 14@
16c; white do. 12<512%c: amber do. 10©llc:
1 Kacramento rirer comb. lOQISc; extracted. RVSSI
j »c for white. TffiSc for light amber and 5% @
6V4c per lb for amber.
Bo«*wfix— 27y 2^3oc per lb for light and 23®
1 20c for dark.
Poultry and Game
illiout 400 rases of dressed turkeys reached the
market yesterday, most of them coming in on
the <*arly morning express trains. There wss
merely a {«ir demand f«r them, as recelrers
«lio v.ere asking nich prices learned early in the
«ls.r. An occasional tale of exceptionally fine
1 Ftdck was reported at ,10c. but with most : sellers
j . prtfw ranged fr«->m 27c. to 2flc. Other kinds of
' fioultry sold well at satisfactory . prices. -An-
I other oar of assorted western utock. niaVing the
wventu rt"-ct>l»ed for tfce week, Trent on sale.
Came e.mtinu'id dull.
Poultry (p<r dozen) — liens. $s.?>o<g6 for email,
$$.TiO6i7.Z(i fiw large and $S6?10 for extra: young
roosters. $4.50@6.u0; do extra,' $7.50(38.50: old
rcmster*. $5; fryers. ?5 50£6: broHeTKl $3.50@4
for «mall and $4.5005 for large: ducks. $7fi>iO;
plFeoiis. $1.75^2; squabs, $5©3.50; geese. $2.50
<&S per pair: live turkeys, 24@25c per lb; dressed
turkej-s. *7<s2Sc per lb. • ,
<?an>e c-rr dozen) — Mallard ducks, $3915: can.
f vai«ba««ks. S4^6: sprig. $304; teal. $2@2.50;
\u25a0widgeon. $2<a;2.50; epoonblllß. $1.75@2; gray
pees*:. $3<^4: white peewe, $1^i0@2.50: branC $2
02.50 for small *nd $3.50(g4 for large; hookers.
$6©S; bare. $1.75@2; cottontail rabbits. $3.
Beans and Seeds
\u25a0 * Baflness is practically at' a etandstUl pending
the turn of the year. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*".
Beans (per ctl) — Bayos, $4.75©5.25; small
wnite, $3.25©3.50; Urge white, $3.25@3.50;
»>ink, $r»SjS.CS; red, $5(^5.50; blackeye, $5&5.25 -
lima. *4.«<}&4.50: red kidney. *5@5.75; cran-
P berry betas. « s4^4.3s: garvaozas, $2.50@3.25:
borse \v*rh. $1.75<g:2.25.
See<l« — JtJrcwn niutrtard, 4%c; yellow mustard,
L. — : fiao*eed. 5^5%c; canary, 3«J3»ie; alfalfa.
lSSiyc; /ape. l(S.2^ic; timothy, fcVsc; hemp. 2?i
g 3c:. millet. 8c per lb.
Dried Peas— Green.- $3.75@4 per ctl; Nlles.'
Boainal. . -/
Flour and Farinaceous Good*
Hour — California family extras. $5.40@5.80 net
•rithi'Ut discount: t>ekers' extras. $5.40@5^0;
tcperline $4iT»0<(i4.70:4 i T»o<(i4.7o: Oregon and Washington,
ler bbl, f4.w>(4;4.W» for family bakers' and pat
***"«-ct* Hci *4<3 4.25 for cutoff; -Kansas patent*,
t6 70: do straiKl»»,,sG.sO: Dakota patents.: s7.4o;
io'etxai«liis..f7.2o; do clear, $S.CO per barreL
Farinaceous Goods— Buckwheat flour. $4.20;
buckwheat V flour. self-rislnj:. $5: -buckwheat
groats, $8: cornineal." yellow; s3, white ; s3, extra
cream yellow $3.25. extra cream white, i $3.25:
corn flour. $3: cracked wheat. $3.30: entire wheat
flour. $3.20: farina.. $3.60: jrndiam flour.JS; liom
iar. large $3. small $3. grannlated $3: oatmeal,
54.25; do sroat«,*s4.2s: pearl barley, $4.20: rice
flour. $6; rolled oatß $4.25: rolled wheat. 53.30;
rye flour/ $3.25: rye meal,' s3.lo;* split peas,-* yel
low $6. green $8.50; extra cream rolled oeta, ISO
lbs $7.50. 2 00 lbs sacks $7; rolled flakes. ISO 1b
bbls $7.50; 2 90 lb sacks $5.25; rolled wheat, 150
ib bbU $4.75. 2 75 lb sacks $4.25.
Hay and Feeds tuffs \u25a0 !'%! ' %
All prices remain unchanged, and general con
ditions also remain as before. '
Bran — $29@30 jx>r. ton.
Middlings— s34^36.so per ton!
Shorts— s29osl per ton.
Feedstnffs— Rolled : barley. $23<524 : rolled " oats
for feed. $29@31: mixed feed. $25@26 for
average lots: evergreen cbopfeed, $21 per ton. for
car lots and $22 for Jobbing: linseed oilcake
meal. 20 ton lots, $40, 10 tons lots $40.50, 5 ton
lets $41, smaller lots $41.50; cocoanut cake or
meal at mills. $24.50 in 20 and 10 and $25 in 6
ton lots; Jobbing. $25.50; . corn • meal. $34@35;
cracked corn. $34@35; alfalfa meal, carload lots
$17, Jobbing $18; red star alfalfa meal, $1S in
car lots and $19 Jobbing; Modesto alfalfa . meal/
$17 in car lots and $18 jobbing; Stockton meal
falfa, $17 in car lots and $18 Jobbing; Cap roca
oilcake meal. $16.50 per ton; calf alf a, $19 in
car lots and $20 Jobbing.
Hay — Ordiuary wheat. $9012.50; choice. $13@
14:, wheat and oat, $9(511.50: tame oat. $8@12;
volunteer wild oat. $S@9; alfalfa, $9@11; stock
hsr. $5.50(55.60 per ton.
Straw — 35@50c per bale.
Hides,' Tallow, AV'ool and If ops
The unsold stock of 1910 hops in first hands in
Oregon Is now estimated at 2,200 bales. New
York state markets are quiet but firm. Foreign
markets are quiet but very firm. ,-.-.\u25a0. . ,
Hides — Culls and brands sell about ',401 c tin
der quotations. Heary salted steers. lOfilOHc;
light medium, C^JS^c; light, S^@9c; cowhides,
6Uc; Etags. 7c; falted kip. >\u25a0 10c; salted veal,
15& c: salted celf. 15»ic; dry hides. 18c; dry
salt b»V3»s,' 12e; dry kip, 17c; dry calf, 22c: sheep-
Hk'.ss. j^naarllcgs. 25@40c each; short wool; 40®
70c: nje^lmn. 70(?»0c: long wool, -90c@51.25;
lambs, ''20!&50c;. horsehldes.- salt. $2.25@3- for
large and $1.50(33 for medium. 75c@$l for small
and 25Q50c for colts; horsehides, dry.'s2@2.2s
for large and $1.23@2 for medium, 50c@$l for
small and 25@50c for colts; goatskins, prime
angoras. 75cQ.?1: large hair goats, 30Q40c; me
dium. 20@30c; small, s@lsc.
Tallow — No. 1 rendered, sU<g6Vic; No. 2, 4@
sc: grease. 2@2Uc
Wool — Spring dip, San Joaquin. year's staple,
9@llc; do S months, 7@llc: Humboldt and Men
docino. 18Q19c; Nevada, 12<jjl4c per lb. Fall
clip — Mountain free, 9@llc: northern and valley,
7<glOc; San Joaquin. -fall lambs, "@10c; do de
fective and heavy. -s@7c per lb.
Hops — Crop of 1010, 13@17%c per lb to grow
ers.
General Merenandi«e
Bags — Grain bags, 5%c spot and n'4@6ric
1911 delivery: - San Quentin bags, 5?4c:.w00l
bags. 2714 c for Stj lb and 29% c for 4 lb; fleece
twine. 76c per lb.
Coal — Pennsylvania anthracite egg, flO per
ton; Wellington. $9; New Wellington, $9; Coos
Bay, $7: Australian house — Richmond, etc.. $9;
Pelaw Main, $9; Stanford Richmond, $9 ; Cum
berland. fls in bulk and $16.80 tn sacks; Welsh
anthracite. $15; coke, $16 per ton in bulk and
$17 In sacks.
Coal Oil, Gasoline, etc. — Water •white, iron
barrels or drums, 8c; 15>> degree oil, iron barrels
or drums, 9^4 c: special do, 10c; pearl oil in
cases, 15e; astral, 15c; t-tar. 15c; extra star.
ISc; Elaine. 25V4c; : eocene, 16c; red crown and
motor gasoline, in bulk 17c. in cases 24c; engine
distillate, in drums 7c, cases 7c more; SO degree
gasoline, in bulk SOc, in cases 37^c; varnifh
makers' and painters' naphtha, in bulk 14c, in
cases 2H*e. . '
Oil — Quotations are for. barrels. Linseed, SI
per gallon for boiled and OSe \u25a0 for raw. cases 5e
more: castor oil In cases, No. 1 71c. Baker's AA
$1.17<g1.X9; China nut. cases. 65©75 c per gal
lon; coeoanut oil, in barrels. 716?73Hc for XXX,
6&i4<g7lc for No. 1 and 66136514 C for No. 2, ac
cording to quantity; extra bleached winter sperm
0:1. SOc; natural winter sperm oil. 1 SOc: natural
whale oil. K>c: pure lard oil. $1; winter strained
lard oil. £Wic; pure neatsfoot oil. 83c; No. 1 neats
foot oil. 65c; herring oil, SOc: salmon oil, 00c;
boiled fish oil, SOc; paint oil. 45c.
Turpentine — 99c per gallon In cases and 92c In
bulk, drums- and Iron barrels.
Rosin— E, $9.30; F. $9.33; G. $9.45; H, $9.50;
I. $9.55: K. $t».CO; WG, $10.40; WW, $10.70 per
barrel of 2SO lbs. 4UUiMH
Red and White Lead— Red, Sl6©9c; white, S&
gS&c per lb.
REFINED SUGAR MARKET
The Western engar refining company quotes as
follows, terms net cash: Standard, fine granu
lated. 4.90 c; standard coarse granulated. 4.90e;
fruit granulated, 4.90 c: cut loaf, in barrels only.
6.90 c; H. & E. crj-6tal domlnos, 5 lb cartons in
cases. 7.90 c; do in 2 lb cartons In cases. 8.40 c;
monarch bar. 5.25 c; tablets, in half barrels.
5.40 c; do in 25 lb boxes. 5.65 c; cubes and A
crashed. 5.13 c; monarch, powdered. sc; XXXX
powdered. sc; candy granulated sc; : confection
ers* -A. 1 4.90 c: confectioners' crystals. sc; extra
\u25a0fae^granulated.' 4.70 c: magnolia A. 4.Me: extra
O. 4.4rtc; golden C, 4.30 c; D. 4.20 c; barrels and
50 lb bags 10c. half barrels 25c. \u25a0 boxes 50c more
per 100 lbs than for bags of 100 lbs net. Bar
in 35 and 40 lb tins $1.70 more, in 8 and 10 lb
tins $2.35 more per 100 lbs than price for this
grade in 100 lbs bags.
: The California and Hawaiian sugar refining
company, ouotes as follows: - Granulated ' basis.
[4.00 c: "Hlsrade" bar. 5.25 c: powdered. sc; A
brushed. C.lsc: berry, 4.90 c; C. & H. extra fine
Vranulated. 4.90 c: coarse dry granulated. .4.90 c;
.confectioners' A. 4.90e; confectioners' crystal. sc;
\u25a0cubes, 5.15 c; bricks, half barrels. 5.40 c;. bricks,
in 25 !b boxes, 5.65 c: extra fine dry granulated
(100 lb bags only). 4.70 c; excelsior A. 4.50e; ex
tra C/t4.40e: golden C. 4.SOc; rellow D, 4.20 c:
cutiloaf. in barrels only, 6.90e: H. & E. crystal
Sominos. 5 lb cartons in cases. 7.90 c; do 2'lb
cartons in cases. 8.40 c. Additional per 100 lbs:
In barrels ani f.O lb bags. 10c more; half bar
rels Jlse more, boxes SOc more for all grades. -Bar
in 35 and 40 lb tins.- $1.70 more: In 10 lb tins.
$2.35 more. Minimum order.- carload weight. .
Xevr York Produce
\ NEW YORK, Dec. SO.— Hides— Easy.
! Hops — Firm.
1 Petroleum — Steady.
I Wool— Quiet.
1 Raw Svgar — Nominal. Muscovado, S9 test.
b.36c; centrifugal, 96 test, 3.SGc; molasses, S9
bst. 3.11 c.
I Refined Svgar — Quiet.
I ButtPr — Weak. Creamprr - specials. 30c; ex
fctri;. 2S@29c; firsts. 29@30V4c:: creamery, held;
iliirri to special. 23<^29c; state dairy, common to
an'ft. 20i2:2SUc: fsctory. held," 22@22ȣc/
DRIED FRUITS . . '.
r '\ Evaporated Apples — Continue very ~ quiet and
P.rJers are a shade easier in tone. On the spot
f*ncy is quoted at 12*4<<513c; choice, ' ll^ic;
PtJiae. 9H<aile- . ,
. 'Pninps-!— Mfiderately active, but; stocks are
K\SlI and prices firm, quotations ranging from
7Ttc to 10% c for Californlas up to 30-40?, and
IVi lie for Oregons from; 6os to 30s/ " • .
\\prieots — Firm on .the strength In the west,
bt* trading. U quiet. Choice, 13(?13i4c; extra
chl"ce. 13%(?i13%c: fancy, 13%<ai4c.
reaches — Very firmly held, owing to the small
st'tts on hand. Choice, 7%c; extra choice, S%l
€\',c: fancy, Sgfl^c.
ilsisitiH — Qui^t/ but firm. -Loose muscatels are
quiitfd at 514 Q6Vic ; choice to fancy seeded.
»liTd7i4c; seedless, s@6e; London layers 'sl.2o
to t»;35.
fChleaso Dairy Produce Market
CigJOAGO. Dec. 30.— Butter 'steady; v cream
erieQ i3(320c: • dairies.* 2lo2sc. Eggs steady:
«?epj?)t». 2.065 cases:' at; mark, cases included,"
l fl Vs>?*2V'C: firsts. "2oc: prime firsts," 3lc. Cheese
ctenr^.l daisies. 15^15VJc: twins, 14<^14%c;
Ymi;sf ,'AraPrlcas 15i4<§.15>4c; longhorns, 15Q
15^ii*-**»
iLoji AngeleM - Produce Market
ill Dispatch, to The) Call] v^
L ? 3 ANGELES, Dec. 30.--Eggs today wer«
f airlj- gtn» ft t unchanged \u25a0 prices. For <\u25a0 the first
t' ol *. Imperial valley and • northern California
ccc* went listed on the exchange. Prices were
cstabjthed at Soft34c a doren. .The potato mar
ket»Tt f" jfirm.. Highlands selling especially 'well
at $I.l^. i: other varieties - moved off. well at on- \
cnangyi jprlces. . . \u0084 \
Kec Slptß of produce^ were: '.-\u25a0 Eegs,' 20ft cases \u25a0,
butterJ ir.306 pounds: cheese. 1.729 pounds; pota
toes. JsiOS sacks; tmlons t oo sacks; sweet pota
toes. ess facis. ,
Chee( c (pej. ib)— Northern fresh, ISc: northern
storages n c . locals,, lSc; eastern Blngles. 1R?;
eastcra twin*, l&c: eastern Cheddars, 19(iJ20c;
casterniinnghom. xg c: . Oregon daisy. 18@18^c;
eastern d a i 9 y t I8^(519c; swiss, imported. 32e;
jwlss. '.domestic.- 21 @24c; brick - cream." l9@2oc;
limburf er , IB< g2Oc; Roquefort,. 3«@4oc.
rperlb)— Creamery, extra. -:ioc: firsts,"
32^c; i»(iie butler, 2ric; country butter/- 25c s :. \u25a0'
EggsU er dospn)— Local ranch, candled, flrsts,
S*>c; caf oount,<32c: eastern frwh.- 32c;; storage/
2Sfri3oc: nortliftn California, 30<S34c; imperial
ralley. : ,^34 C .\ -
»- I^?l cli—No.'l Pink. $G: No. 1 limas.'
$.).40(R5. „. uA r Washington. $4.25; small
.'\u25a0Wtes, 4^ 4 .. 2 i; Mackeycs. $3.50; Garvanzas,
**£*>•. jHtUs. $Tl - \u25a0-. —i '
'-'. r J$* t & 'P*" 1 " Ml— nighl«nd. $1.R3; Nevadas,
$1.8j; Lt^poc, |J«J2.10: Salinas. «2«2.J0; Ore
poir.rose, «2: wllte. rose, local. ••sl.«. < 5(92: ; new
potatoes. 4^ pj. Ib : sweets, $2.50@2. 75. >
E a»terJ Livestock Market
„„„,'„ ICHICAGO -r «
. CHICAGO ; De J • 30.— Cattle— Receipts cstl
mated at. I^qo; .iarket steady to 10c higher.
Beeves, **-<tftT; \xu steers, $4.25®5.40:. west
ern .steers, fl^iga stockers and feeders, $3.50@
5.50; cows*B| heiiirs. $2.60@6.30; calves; $7@9:
/.y^TT^P 181 Vtlmated at •> 15.000; - market
lO^loc higb^. i4 nt . «7.55@7.00:: mixed, $7.55
@\u0084e5; beaTi $7.fc(37.00: rough. $7.55@7.70;
rood to ch«4c^ heaT I pigs; $7.25@8;
bulk. of. Mle*j $7.7|(a.7.55. ' = • -, /T \u25a0.'
fchefp— Eecd ptß - ktimated-- at a 7,000; : market
strong to a,,sjiade ligher." Native,' $2.60@4.35;
western. 52. tt @ 4. i. yearlings.'- $4.7.'>«5i5.60;
lambs, natbw f4.n0(J'?.40. western $4.75<g6.40. -
v-iV'c»civtl5 A \ SAS CITY
, SAJ>SASI5 AJ>SAS I }Ty.':i>ec.- 30.— Cattle— Receipts,
l.fioo: niartet s»tron| Native, steers. - $5@6.r.0:
native wy^ l *M heltre. $2.75(56;- stockers; and
feeders. S4@>*.s> r buk, $3.7s@s; ; calves. $4.50@
2k°l'i-- westc ?B Isteeri $4.75e6; western cows,
5— i'llfti». -*,f! v i" I'- --' > \u25a0
• \u25a0 Hogs-.R*«»pfo-4.40 : market 10® 15c higher/
Bulk of sales. fe7.73V7.50: heavy/ -$7.75@7.55;
g7 TO- * n bt^ cb H 1 7 -J5(a7.65; Mgfht.-j {7.70
. Sbeep-nwipjs.^io;; market s tron g. 1 Mut^
tr«is. $3.so®^* lairli. '. $.-.DO<r t c.3O: fed * «-eth
««" D on rearlln 4 *3-H® 3 - :>0 ' feU western ewes;
" V : VjUT?I OMAHA
Bl -OMA]/a. Hc.-nO.-€attle-Recelpts;
arkef, sftw a:^ - steady. Native steers,
;^HBSSM; gRAMDISGO OACL, SATmiDAY. -DECEMBER 31. 1910.
$4.50@G.50!_ cows and; heifers,. S3@s.2s; western
steers. .^ ?3.50@5 JJo '. \u25a0:- range - cows •\u25a0£ and v heifers,"
$3©4.70: canners," |2.85@3.40: stockersand feed
ers. $3.25@5.6.1; calves, -$3.50a5;. bulls,' stags,
etc.,;53.25@4.85. r -T^, V ..; - . \u25a0
Hojrs— Receipts, 3,600; market 10c : hijrber.
Heavy. $7.43«£7.75; mixed. $7.53@7.f10: Iljrht,'
|7..>.^(57.00; ; pigs, : $6.50@7.50; bulk of; Bales,
Sheep— -Receipts. : 8.500; market 10c- -hijr!'»r.
Yeartinjrs. $4.25@5.1C;"; wethers, 83.40@4.'i0i
ewes;« $3(33.75; lambs, $5.80@6.10. •' <
Portland Livestock 1 Market
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec 30.-^Cattle— Receipts,
100. Market firm. -..,-, Prtmo steers," $0.25@6.50;
good to choice steers, $6@6.25r choice to prime
cows, $5.25@5.60 ; good . to ; choice v beef -i cows,
$4.75@3^5;- good -to : choice, heifers,: $4.7505;
choice to ; good bulls,' $3.78@4 ; ' good - to » choice
light: calves, $6.25@6.75; ' good to choice " heavy
calves.; ss.23^6; good to choice stags,- $4.80(^5.
Hogs— Receipts,. 400. : ' Market 5 firm. : Choice,
$8.r»0@9; good to choice, ' sß.2sQß.so. • r \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-
Sheep-— Receipts. 200/ Market firm." • Yearling
wethers. $4.7505; -old wethers. |4:25@4.50;
choice ewes. $3.75@4; good to choice ewea, $3.25
wi3. <s: i choice ' lambs.. $o.So&J7; ' good ; to ' choice,
$C@S.SO. -: ;:;-- ~ :;--.' , : \u25a0"\u25a0 ••; ;.'
aiISCEIXAIVEOUS MARKETS
. New; York Cotton Market _:
. NEW YORK, 1 Dec. 80^— B. F.-Hutton & : Ct>.'«
wire says:."' .\u25a0 \u25a0..',\u25a0\u25a0;- ,• c.^.'.i.t ---,-; , - . . \u25a0 • -. - ;\u25a0
\u25a0 v_. After aelllng about -4] to 5 polnta lower 'to a
basis -of ; yesterday's low prices, cotton \u25a0. turned
strong ; on covering of -t shorts v and \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 buying 'by
brokers «reprcsenting ' leading : spot interests.*.; The
number of. January _ notices .', Issued . was larger
than' expected,' but caused no" weakness, ; as they
were promptly stopped by the same Interests who
took up the cotton in, December,- and;; lt 'was
said that : outsiders , also ' succeeded iin = seecring
about 70,000 bales on today' s notices, which was
taken to mean : that In future there might be
quite • lively competnion \u25a0 for . control of , the : local
stock/ .There was ; very little pnblle business,; as
all ' three of the - leading , future • markets \ will . be
closed from today, nntll next Tuesday \u25a0 in - observ
ance of. the usual new year holidays. . There has
been some falling off in - receipts >- at Interior
towns as compared with last . week, .: but * the
moTement'la still greatly In excess of last year,
and unless there : is some ; Improvement tin * the
demand In the , near : future vlt is probable that
there will be liquidation la the spot department,"
aS stocks are beginning to assume record'propor
tions, not only at all \u25a0 principal , points '- in ; this
country, but In Liverpool as well, stocks " and
afloat of American ; for that ' port . today figuring
.1.274,000; bales, against 1.138,000 ;last year; and
1,324,000 in )' 1908.- Developments .in . the v: spot
market, therefore, should . be : closely ; watched, as
should" the character of the' weather; to'.be-ex
perienced during, the early part of the new year.
as one will reflect the > legitimate : trade ; demand
and ;the other the outlook : for , the ' new < crop.
Heavy soaking rains are again falling In all parts
of Texas today and the much heretofore com
plained of lack -of '-\u25a0 seasonal moisture in \u25a0\u25a0' the
ground is- being restored, which will do much to
insure the making. of a bumper crop. the, coming
year. \u25a0\u25a0 " . .\u25a0\u25a0- - \u25a0 ; :.„\u25a0•; :.• - \u25a0 •.'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-::\u25a0'
"The talk Is that there will -be exports from
the local stock during • January, If : the j southern
markets hold - firm. Freight room has
been engaged for about 9,000 bales and . the ' peo
ple who are shipping, this are understood to have
taken up more cotton on January notices today."
Spot . closed quiet. 5 " points higher.v Middling
uplands, 15c; 60 gulf, 15.25 c. SaUs, 4.700 bales.
COTTON FUTURES -' Year
Open. High. Low. Close. Dee. 29 ago.
Jan. ....14.57 14.77 14.53 14.69 14.61 • 15.80
Feb. ........ .... .... 14.68 14.80 ! 15.94
March ..14.87/15.04 14.85 14.98 14.91 v 1640
April .;. 15.10 15.10 -15.10 15.07 16.23
May .'...;. 1 5.0S 15.24 15.06 15.19 15.11 16.37
June v. ....... ........ 15.18 15.13 -16.31
July ... .15.11 15.26 15.10 15.18 15.13 16.38
Aug. ....14.82 14.95 14.82 14.58 14.83 15.03
5ept......... .-. ............ -14.77
Oct. ....13.45 13.45 13.43 13.43 13.44 13.97
Nov. ........ .... ........ "13.90
Dec. ....14.61 14.78 14.60 14.00 14.50 ....
Boston Wool- Market
BOSTON, Dec. 30.— The « Commercial Bulletin
in its annual review of wool. tomorrow will call
attention to the fact that the stock of wool in
Boston Is the largest In over 20 years with -the
exception ; of ' 1899. There • remains in Boston . at
the close of . business ;at the : " end " of ' the ". year
85,560,000 pounds of domestic and 13,625,000
pounds of foreign wool, against 43.905,955 pounds
domestic and 7,841,000 pounds foreign a year ago.
The total stock of all kinds unsold in the United
States is 162.521,200 pounds, I against 97,322,457
pounds, last year. This has been eseceeded ~-by
January 1. 1901. when it was 233,829,000 pounds :
on January 1, 1599, with 291,168,690 pounds/and
on January 1, 1898. with 178,787.000 pounds.- The
records . of the year show . that Boston leads all
the world's wool markets except : London, :j to
which it is a close second. • Nearly two-thirds of
all the wool in the United States, whether pro
duced here or imported, is now. in; Boston ware
houses. t^in»iwj|a(gr*T|tiifflßm|jßOTr^ 'f
Holiday 'dullness has been - In" • evidence \u25a0' this
week,- but' not- to the same extent that is fre
quently the case. A considerable amount of ,\u25a0 in
quiry and sampling: on the part of the mills Is
In evidence, and there has not been a dearth' of
actual business. One sale of staple Montana in
volving 1 500.000_pouDds j has- been the . chief r ssle
of the week. ' The , sale sras made ' at . 22c. : Sev
eral other lots of 10,000 to - 200,000 pounds : of
original Montana, . ; " r - >\u25a0'
-'* ' St. liouiw Wool Market"
ST. , LOUIS, Dec. 30.f-Wool ' unchanged ; < me
dium grades. ; combing and . clothing.- 22@28c;
light fine. 20@22c; . heavy fine,' 15@17c; tub
washed, 20@33c. - -
Xevr -York Coffee Market
NEW YORK, Dec. SO.— E. F. Hutton & Co/s
wiro says: 9BSf^SSUK
"Cables from Rio. and Santos were firm to
day and higher. Early cables from Havre .were
disappointing, but improved a. „ little later :in
the ; day.'.-: Hamburg cables were good early . and
advanced < sharply : later/- . Our- market -advanced
sharply -in the afternoon 'on buying :. by \u25ba strong
trade Interests who had received very -strong
cables f rora their Brazilian ' correspondents - with
reference to the next ; crop, v It is ; said t that *in
consequence of the dry weather since . rains have
come ; the fruit continues -to shed.% ; In"; other
words, it seems that : the growing crop is going
from bad to wors«», a condition which makes it
simply folly to sell the. late summer and nearly
fail, months at: discounts simply -because .'deliv
ery can not be demanded now. There was no.un
certain . tone to the . market - today.; neither : was
there ' sny ; question : as to the ; good \u25a0 character ; of
the buying. Today's operations have given con
fidence <to • weakkneed \u25a0 bulls '\u25a0' and seems * to' have
started the. market toward :a new hlghMevel.' \u25a0:
"The condition •. of ; the . crop, ; stocks 1 and : - con
fiunjptlon .today warrant -the ' mnintenance. of
higher values. ; The \ latest crop news is : gloomy
for. the next \u25a0 ensuing ; crop. ;y.lt \u25a0 is : now > conceded
generally.' that the current: Santos \ crop '. is • less
than 8,000.000 bags. ; i Santos .; exports ? for ? the
six months. July- to :, December/^inclusive," are
C.550.000 \u25a0 bagF. Consuming . markets ? can \u25a0 count
on i little above 3,000.000 bags 1 exports - from
Santos within ,the : next : six 7 months. - Rio can
export only about > 1,000.000 "bags iinl' the next
six months. To get such results there 'would be
no stocks at all left in Santos -and Rio when
the ' new crop starts In "July. ; 1011/ \u25a0- \u25a0;
•COFFEB FUTURES ,
Option Open .High \u25a0 Low Close
January ..... ...... /..... ./....\u25a0'll.2oc
February .... ...... .././. 11. 25 c
March ...... 11.20 c 11.32 c -." 11:200? 11:32 c
April ....... ...... ...... 11.22 c
May ........ 11.07 c 11.15 c 11. 07c s 11.14 c
June ."../........... .'..... \u25a0..;... ;i1.09c
July ........ 10.95 c 11.05 c 10.95 c 11.05 c
August ;........... ...... .. li.ooe
September; .. 10.81 c 10.96 c 10.81 c 10.95 c
October-...,. ...... .. ..jO.SSc
November >;.. 10.72 c ! 10.73 c 10.72 c 10.72 c
December ./. 11: 15 c 11. 1.'c 11.15 c ./.:..
Sales/ 33,250 bags. •
-\ew York Metal : , Market
- NEW - YORK, V Dpc. 30^— Standard '= copper ; was
dull: spot. Dpcember. January, \u25a0\u25a0- February . and
March. 12(5J12.15c. ; Ixindoni was quiPt: spot : £56;
futures. £56 16s 3dJ Ixx-ai; dealers report a nom
inally y. unchanged* market. ; - Lake conper. :*l3<g
13.23 c; electrolytic. 12. 75«313c:- castinir. . 12.50^
12.75 c.-.; Arrivals reportedat ; New, York . tnOay.
425 tons." Custom : house returns show exports of
28.795 tons so far this month. \u25a0 -~
- Tin ; was j dull: ; spot and December, 35(?i3R.3.1c;
January. 35@38.40ei, February, 3S*£3S.3oc:
March, 38(g 38.25c. London was weak; spot," £174
17« 6d:- futures.' £l73 17s Cd. ; ,/ . :
. Lead was dull at 4.45<f?4.55c New York and at
4.30^i4.40c East St. i Louis'. London. £13. ~
S Spelter was steady ; at 5.40(g5.47^4c New .'York
and at 5.20©:5.30 c; East St. Loulsr? London; - £24:
\u25a0•-. Iron— Cleveland , warrants. .49s lO^Ad in^lx)n
don. : The locaLmarket was nominally" unchanged.
No. 1 foundry h northern. $15.25@16.2. s ! ; No. 2/
$14.75(^15.75: \u25a0 No.' l ; southern and • No.' 1 1 southern
soft," $15.25@15.75. ;. : ; ' •; :
; Xaval Stores— Turpentine and Rosin*'*
r: SAVANNAHS Ga.; ! Dec/5 30.^-Turpentlne— Firm
at.uc. Sales,; 3l7; receipts, 617; shipments. 52:
Stock. 16,199. .'..-• -.::',»''
,'-'Ro«in— Firm.* Sales. 2,124; receipts.; 4,053;
shipments, 815; .. stocks. . 84,076. * Quote: • ? B
$5.82i4!30.05- D, $5.85^6.05; E/ $5 57ii (36.05
F. $5.90®6.07^ : : G.i $5.92i4f6.10r H. $5 05(55:
6.10;.- 1. $0.10; X/ i 56.70:;M.;57@7.10; K?«S
7.20; WG, $7.25;iVw,!57.35/ ;_ * S
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE ;
.Depth at mean low water/- entrance , to harbor.'*
PLACER Ft. \{ Date!]' :. : .-,; ,-,.-"
Grays Har 18 INot/ 30ISouthL channel Is now
• \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0"'\u25a0»\u25a0 \ " --\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"'"• marked by 'bnoy/- --jj
* \u25a0'•\u25a0'\u25a0 :'-. \u25a0.::" I I • -IBuoy Xo. ; 4 adrift •
Willapa B 22 jDec. 4l - Channel >J is working
I I -.:'\u25a0' I", slowly south. > ->™j
Ctolnm. R.| 25 |Sept. 23|. ... .777. ;~ •.-.-;-/;:.-. J*7*
Nehalm Xl 0 |Nov.t3o|ChanDel74oo >feet?wlde.y
TUlmk' B.l '. 8 Dec. \ BJChannel -^611 ' to s north :
• H | t . I following :s north V splt.
i'aqulna' B| 13^ (Sept/ 12 1 /;......;, ; :/;t-. ;-. .-. : .~-
Sluslaw R| 6 I Not. 301:t. .rTTTT.:";. ':[':':'. ..:'.
tJmpqua Rj • B%jN'ov. . 1 IChannel "well, north r of
.-•\u25a0\u25a0~ > "•\u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0r|,.- ..;\u25a0 -I \u25a0-.\u25a0;\u25a0 ,j :hnoys^and ranges. >>:-;
Coos t, Bay . | 17 . | Nov.- 1 1 . . Iv.'VrY;-.-. : .-. . r . ;-.-.-. .f
CoqulUe R| -, 85. \ Nov.- 2lChannel ; straTgiat.
Klarath: R ; ,7 ., Defi.- s]Channel , ; "thlftlng -; to
- '\u25a0'' ~ 1 '". v|- ; . -I .-northwest
Rogue Rlv| 2 i (Sept. '' ljChannel -. sontbwest.
Hmbldt' Bj.lS | Noy. 9lChannel^ working . north. v
S V Pedro . B | 20 -:\u25a0 I Qgt; : 31 1 No \u25a0 chan"ge~7; n-n -f cc h ann 7i74
S Diegoßt-2S^|NoT/ -l|No • change To "channel.-^
S Pablo Bl : 24 -;|Nov/ : 30iDepth ? in; dredged chan-'
.1 - I 1 nel. . J \u25a0_
AUea?Br. I^l2 }; |Oct,tl4 (Kntrance ; buoy gone,^>i
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
IMMIGRATION CHIEF
IS ON MONGOLIA
Pacific Mail Liner Arrives in
Port and Will- Dock Early j
; This Morning ' /
HE I liner; Mongolia;
Captain .< Henry. /[ E.
Morton, , arrived/ i- f h
port at, ,9 o'clock
last ; night ; and/fwlll
dock ; early ,ft b? 1 b
mdrnln'gr.> The? Moji;,
golia^-was .lnijquar
antinelat?Ho/nolulu
on accouht/.o of a
case * of ; sinuUpox '\u25a0 i li
the : utee^age-iV; Ac
cordinlgf \u25a0: to" advices
fecelvWa by cable,
a ; lpj;t lief; required
precautions; have
lieeh . taken, \u25a0\u25a0; and if
\u25a0this proves to ; ; b6
(the case, the -liner
|Will .not. be quaran r
, ..-,mw-i iu^q^- tilS 1 ** here/although
there ; may :be a dejlay^if everybody 'on
: board' has -not -beeri -vaccinated. - V' ;> i 4 v< •
B Cornmißaioner. General of Immigration
Keefe, who ; has ;b;'een> investigating; Im
migration affair* ;. at ; Honolulu, 7 is i re
turning on the Mongolia. .Another pas
senger is' W.>B?, Hamilton,; special dep
uty, collector; of the iport," who' made the
tr^ to. the;islf£nds<forthis health;
v -There are fr s ; cabin passengers on ' the
Mongolia ; aftd ; 20p Chinese. The liner
also has a," big: freight ; cargo." ;
Maryland Temtins Pacific Coal
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- The . cryuieer'M Maryland -has: .begun
testing ; Pkciflc / coast ? Coal iwith • a :.view
of ascextainlng - its -practicability^ for
use by /the United States - navy.-: Eight
hundre^ytons " of ißlacksDiamondji'coal
have -been; transferred from; the navy
collier rr i Saturn \u25a0 to * the e Maryland;**;;; It Ms
being ,used ; : aboard^ the ? cruiser under
the direction of a. special; board/.' Later
on: it; will ' be: tried "out iunder; full speed
and.?'pther: cruising? conditions. "--.jWhen
this sampled has been disposed of ,i the
Roslyn and; Occidental coal still aboard
the v Saturn -iwill : be', given \u25a0a l trial. -The
coal from other northern mines will :be
tested later, when" the :.\u25a0 Maryland '\u25a0; and
the -West "Virginia • go to Bremerton i
about the; end -of January. ]
Four ; Steamers for ; Los Angeles
This will' be ; Los ' ; Angeles : dayialong
the ; water . front.- -and ' during- ' the - day
four; coasters are scheduled to leave 1 for
the southern 'port. ",The speedy Harvard
will arrive from the f south: during^ the
forenoon and will r sail ag-aln at 4
o'clocH. and could be r. back here .again
before : the passengers on ; the " other
steamers..' 1 sailing- today .have' reached
their destination.- The other coasters
departingv-today for- Los Angeles; are
the Hanalei, J. S. Higgins and Roanoke.
Middle Ground Buoy Broken
; It was : reported yesterday that; 1 the
middle, ground buoy croft.- the •Presidio
was out of The ; top C has
been broken andthe light is not burn
ing 1 .- It will be repaired as soon as pos-
Eible.;-,---"..^/'::^.::^ : e*. •':\u25a0\u25a0•. .\u25a0-\u25a0-':\u25a0: \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 ..-;
'•\u25a0' .:-. : ':.*\u25a0 - \Vater Fro?t'-.;2V0tei« . ..,'..;»' v - . \
; Receipts of lumber. yesterday by sea
amountedto 2,583,000 feet.;. ;j
The Japanese i llner,.Teny o Maru, ; from
China and;,. Japan,- arrived £ at. 11 a. m.
yesterday ,; at * Honolulu'and is* due here
nexti Friday. \- ; . ; ;. \u25a0 \u25a0;: -~:\;\'-'-'\-
The Oceanic steamship company's
liner \u25a0-. Sierra, / Captain Hoiidlette, v ar
rived at 7 : a. m. yesterday .- at - Honolulu
from this ' port." The ; Sierra left here
last Saturday. . -
. The Hner % San ? Jose left: Panama
Thursday 'for this port. •;" - ;p
.The Oceanic""; steamship '/'company's
liner Marlposa,' Captain Hay ward, which
left here December/ 28 * for- Tahiti, was
442' miles • out at 8 o'clock .Thursday
night." \u25a0 -;,.; .. -"• :: . :--;•' :;-\u25a0.;.-. : \u25a0: ".' •\u25a0\u25a0•--:\u25a0*,
V The Pacific Mail freighter "Pennsyl
vania.; Captain^Drennan,- will sail
day f or J Panama direct with a. cargo of
New ;York' freight/, . .
The Matson; navigation" company's
liner "Enterprise- will: sail - today; for
I£ilo with a large cargo. j3|g|irHWß
: ' Change of 'Manters?'.'-
Steamer Arcata-— Late master, Alfred
Reed; present master, T.O.-Noren. /
Steajner .Hornet^— Late - '-\u25a0\u25a0 master, T.
Eistrat;- present master,: N.l F.; Marxen:
Steamer^ Sausalito-rLate "master, • P.
M. Stakkebye; present .master,"- H. Jo
hannissen." : . . ;;
KnrollmentM
r Steamer JQueen-^-G.,H.Zeh, master.
Steamer Port Costa— E/ : Pierson,
masterY/ .: ..';:.'"; :"-:.' '\u25a0'-':'-":''.\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0•' l \u25a0:--y- ' .':\u25a0::\u25a0: y. :-.- :*
;:: Barkentine Cofonado — R. T. Lawless,
master. - ; : '
By United -Wireless
- Friday. December, 30. •'.
STEAJfER . lIARIPOSA— Dee. :. 29, S.p.»m/, 442
miles; off. San; Francisco; hence: Dec. 28 for .Ta ;
•. hit!:' fine ;;'weathpr: smooth sea"; barometer
.:. 30.27;? temperature 58. >.-; ;
STEAMER '; MONGOLIA— Dec. 20. : 8 - p./ m. . . 3Z5
s' \u25a0•' miles 5 from > San : : Francisco ; • from i Honolulu " for
f-.-i, San' Francisco; .will arrive , Dec/ 31,'; 10 a.l m. r •?'.
BRITISH < : STEAMER^ ASIA— Dec. ; 20. > S p. m..
:\u25a0.'\u25a0• 775. miles off: San -Francisco: .hence Dec' 27 for
,: Yokohama^ via Honolulu;; all well. *
STEAMER ARGYIX^-Dec.- 255; Bp/ m ;, 10 miles
' ;.i south iof ? Mendocino; . from '\u25a0 Astoria • for ' San
V- Francisco: ;llght: rain; southwest .wlnd;<- smooth
..\u25a0 sea ; /barometer/ 30. 17 ; v temperature <\u25a0 50. . \u25a0.;
STEAMER-ASUKCION— Dec. 29, V 74 p. m ., 270
miles; south: of Columbia river: hence Dee.. 28
for "Astoria; ; expect ; to arrive Dec/ .11 ' if, bar •is
'^V smooth.", i-'-Y*.-'","-;--';- '.\u25a0-''\u25a0'''\u25a0;"•'-.<\u25a0'-'•" '-.' \u25a0 - ' -\u25a0•\u25a0*.:
STEAMER- SANTA*RITA— From. Port Ran; Luis
? for, San Francisco ;;Dec.l 3o,; l'p.-im. 1 ? offw Pigeon
L ~ point; : light" southwest wind; sca r smooth:
'-.'well. ---'v\',-'v- \u25a0:::•.-..-; \u25a0- , : .-.,:\u25a0. ; . - : . .j
SHIPPING NEWS OFoCOAST
j [Special [Dispatch* to The] Call]
:'•\u25a0 ETTBEKA; • Dec. 30.--Steamer City of 'Topeka
arrived , this . morning at ,7:30 o'clock twittu freight
hiailand'passenfrers.vThe vessel departs on the
return ' trip . to" San ? Francisco at 10 a . nr • tomor-
• i Steamer Acme, with a small cargo . of = miscel
laneous freightr-arrlved;at;4:p.*m.;today.". The
"Acme is . to \u25a0 load \u25a0 redwood ' lumber; for.- San " Fran
cisco. i i->P!iSBE$ < &E&&W •'"\u25a0:"\u25a0 £'"\u25a0: "'\u25a0\u25a0.:\u25a0;.
• •:- Steameri Aurelia,".' loaded * with : redwood ' lamber
from -: the ? Bayside | lumber s company's | wharf.'* de
parted for San > Francisco » this ;naorning at : o*s5 "\u25a0 \u25a0'•
-; Steamer «H. I Murphy/ of übe £ Pacific
lumber; company's? fleet * was i an i ontj?oin"; lumber
carrlertoday.thavlng: departed for San" Francisco
at' 10:05 'o'clock.. rv ,-V " • \u0084.-... \u0084,..
V 5 Steamer iLakme, departed . for. San Francisco
with -' a J cargo ,\u25a0; of .'. redwood i lumber ? this \ moraine
at". 10:04? o'clock." ;*v v : -:,:\u25a0\u25a0 . ; \u25a0/ : -\u25a0<•.. -,-:..,
Santa: Clsra departed for San Francisco
this -morning* at ;ll:30, o'clock -with? freight tmall
and- passengers. \u25a0':-\u25a0'" ''\u25a0',\u25a0"\u25a0'\u25a0 .',.'.' . *. " ! °v' ; ,-*
i°i PORTLAND,' ! Dec. '< 30.— Wb en th e French bark
, Mlchelet left? at ; 0:30 1 o'clock I this i mornlne I laden
with* wheatifor the sUnitediKingdom, Ht ? was shy
one' sailor,'? a 'British s seaman?, whose' name ' is' said
to * be ? Bruce i who^wasf arrested ? by 'i Deputy ' Co!?
stablef JlcCnllough g last i night *on fea -i John% Doe
warrant ; on charges i of; defrauding | an i inn (keener '
Brucefuadtbeen^staylng.-atithe sailors'! bonrdlnc
house i run J by. i Grant | & i Whlte.'^ It lis % said I that
yesterdays he «?and S another i pallor* were is Hiiinnpci
onUhelMlcheletiby.GeorgeiH.lWischessenAwho
has * been i running I in \ opposition Vto | the t old % sUirT
' ping,*: masters^fors someS months, id The s Frpndh"
consults I making an ! investigation [to] ascertain^ to
what; lengths S the; author! ties? can j go Mn-takl'jiff
a'sallor.;from a; foreign ship I without < the consent
of ? the; consul^;/ vi^-v -•.^::;\ : vj ; :,> ,
&-\u25a0 James jiJ."* Richardson,* formerlr« agent * for the
Richardson \ line of i steamers 1 plyln? / between .' San
Francisco ' andStms ! port.? left ! lastsntghtlfor itbe
bay <city, < lwherel»>e'! will 'assume ifnn eharKesof
, the line," relleving x |ii3 father, George H;; Richard^
son. '.? ;\u25a0'\u25a0.\u25a0.'",\u25a0\u25a0-'. V*' >\u25a0'"\u25a0"'\u25a0\u25a0' '•\u25a0"'\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0*•\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 '/\u25a0', i\u25a0: :~ ;•'?'':. -,<. i '^t :: l
* Shingles!enough\t(Woad* L the gas , schooner Osh
kosht wcre> encounteis36br \u25a0 that ; craft >on < Itslway.
up i from * Nehalem ',to>*4toria| Mondav.t according
to Captalu i Loll; master-^^he^ pag , gjoop \Condor,
whlch'lsiiu 1 port. /-tii»;*uppo»t{i! that! they iwere
( the* deckload of-f=oine' steam^Aiooaer. 7 ,
%\ The > French i bark . Mlchelet^'^fain f- Hoseabas. 3
flnlshed'loadlngsll2,s24«busb-^^| W tjcat,*iValued
at ?nS,47S. Tlic ilicbelet
the - rortlandvs ilonrinK^ta'jHMßa.aii^and s has
cleared » for j Queenatown I J^ffi i^^to f or i orders."
\u25a0.tiThe T British | ship ?InfiJß|^^^MlJain ?, I^edlng-"
ham;* haa" commenced! j£»|j, x- i; Raat3theslrv"
the i feerman .ship. Frieda. .Captain "Mark, wa»
starved ; this ; mbrnlnir " at • the \u25a0; elevator 1 dock. ."•. lts
cargjo : is i b<?lng ; dispatched; by ;Dewar ; & iWebb.'".:. .
'- 'V'ith 1 550,000 1 feet lof ilumber;for. San Francisco
tb»s ; steamer \u25a0* Casco > haa * cleared i-; at ' the ? custom
'\u25a0 I Laden '.with cargo* for ;• Europe, v New York ; and
j/ani-' Francisco ithe .American-Hawaiian i steamer
ft'alcon s nailed i tonight : for '\u25a0 the 'latter, port. . . - ;'.:.
p. The "4 FreneU r bark V : Button J is 1? at 3 Slontgomery
'Bock i No."? 2 < loading: ' wheat : for • the '\u25a0 United ; King
fiora.'r: ;• '-vS '\ :\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0.--'< '•<.-\u25a0;.'"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' - 'X';-^'-'.' : - ' - . \u25a0.
* La^len' with 625.000 feet of lumber the schooner
A: , B.t Johnson,"- Captain r Johnson, \u25a0 left yesterday
for; San! Pedro. r • -
\ii PORTLAKD, Dec. , 80. — " Arrived — Steamers
Klamath, Yellowstone ; and" W. 7 S. Porter/ from
San Francisco. - " ."f • \u25a0':\u25a0
'\u25a0• \u25a0 Salled^-Frenchibark Mlchelet.; for ; Queenstown
or Falmouth; steamer Falcon, for San Francisco;
steamer; Johan 1 PouIseB;? for : San Francisco. - . -
.•' :i'ABTOEIA; "\u25a0. Dec/i 30.— The steamer.' Francis >TW
Leggett - cleared '• today \u25a0 for San ': Pedro •- with . ' a
cargo 'of : 1,400,000 feet, of > lumber, " and will \ sail
Saturday/V; \u25a0-•/.-\u25a0 ' : "'' 'l ; : '- , : - . .' : .' : '-
/..; The s steam'; .schooner.- Klamath VarrlTPd; this
morning \ from San . Francisco ; with ; general I cargo/
'-• The ' s tea m | schooner ( Yellowstone . arrlyed ; today
from ; San \u25a0 Francisco with \u25a0 general ; cargo, s: . ' .
*:.The f tank - steamer W. . S. * Porter arrived this
mornf ne . from San - Francisco > with a \u25a0 cargo Vof
fuel . Oil." fi ".-;•;•\u25a0"• :...:/>; CJ-Vf^v'- '••-.•:." -\u25a0 \u25a0-
''\u25a0 The xtauk ; steamer 'Asuncion '\u25a0 1* fen] route \u25a0- from
' San ' Francisco ". with *a i cargo of fuel oil 7 and will
arrive Saturday 'morning/. \u25a0..-•-*."\u25a0:'.\u25a0: ' •\u25a0\u25a0'";"" -.' -
;^,The steam schooner Shoshone cleared today -for
San • Francisco with a : cargo j of ; 500,000 > feet •of
lumber , loaded at St. Helen* s and * 125,000 \u25a0-. feet
loaded at Rainier. 1 " : 1 1 will "• probably \u25a0go to ' 6ea
Saturday.;-; : - , ;--\u25a0:*
SEATTLE, Dec. SO.— Arrived— Steamer - Tlc
torla,' T trom ' Valdez;; schooner Stimßon,; from 1 San
PedrO/'v. .•\u25a0..;-'.-;;•\u25a0.- 'v.-.' •: :..;.. :•\u25a0 : - :\u25a0.-\u25a0,\u25a0.>'
: Sailed— Steamers Eureka" and Aymerlc/ for Ta-
COtna.'-:"--'..' .\u25a0.'.'":'.' : ; ;-.-'. .'\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0' ': ': ~ ." .- ;\u25a0'
1 ";Dec. SO.-^With the departure ef
the 'j schooner - Oceania -" Vance : the \u25a0 last . clearance
for ; this : month ' and the - year ; 1810 probably. 1 will
be docketed 'in ! the; records of the customs office.'
The ; Vance carries 499,260 feet of lumber,* valued
at ! 55.100. K.Whila". there are ) five other vessels In
the harbor at present loading for other than coast
ports,"; none . will '\u25a0 complete : during ; thia i week and
1 theirs clearances '\u25a0 will go supons upon the January,«rec
ords/ v Although ; there > were -• but " five ' clearances
during i the » month ; of ; Decembers an . increase -. is
shown -over, the November figures.' -The total=for
this month will ', be 5.538,604 feet of Imnber. < val
ued 'at $62,372. X This practical ly doubles the No-;
vember figures; which show 3,357.239 feet of lum
ber/valued at $33,212/ for other than coast ports.'
This gain is : due ; materially > to the 'loading ; here
of \ : the ' British s steamer. Stratbalbyn.- the s big
tramp alone taking 2.555.015 feet, valued at $28,
435. :-" These , figures \u25a0 are : considered | good . evidence
of \u25a0 the ' value of.; tramp ; steamer « trade tea port,
and ; still further ' demonstrates :* what - ; immense
value the completion of improvements at, the bar
willmean:: \u25a0- •: r :-.-\u25a0• ; v : \u25a0 \u25a0/::\u25a0--;;.\u25a0:-.-\u25a0<..-.\u25a0.- .\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0. ~
\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0' -When < the , schooner .1 Taurus sailed from \u25a0 the . E.
K/: Wood lumber company s mill '\u25a0 today, bound for
Guaymas,"* it was commanded by Captain ! Charles
Petersen, -. who 1 arrived "' here •: from i San ; Francisco
last ; week "to relieve Captain <E. - Llebig. : : who
brought the -Taurus , to ", this port. 1 The Taurus
carries. 767,510 feet of "lumber/, valued at $10,904.
" Schooner G.VW/.Watsoa ended Its long stay at
the >. Llntls trom * shipyards, 1 : and leaving ' the ways
has , shifted , to the -Anderson i& t Middleton f dill;
where \u25a0• it \ will *: begin taking ? aboard < cargo -. for
Tahiti. -The Watson . arrived : in the harbor July
1 $,' and '\u25a0 Its departure - will : clear .'- up the " little
fleet of. disengaged. vessels that were in port dur
ing August.' September and October. ,
Two : schooners ; are : due to . reach •\u25a0 port within
the • next few ; days < providing : . they have encoun
tered fair j. weather : during their passage 5 north/
The schooner Ethel Zane Is bound for this, harbor
from Hllo via ; Redondo, . and Is. now 19 days out
of j the: California .port, v The " schooner' W. R.
Hume : also : should : report/; as it ismoce than 20
days out of, Honolulu. \u25a0 ,
; SAN . PEBRO ,'• Dec..' CO.— The steamer Yale ar
rived \u25a0 from .-- San ' Francisco -;* and the * Harvard
palled; today. ; : • \u25a0.\u25a0,;\u25a0
: Steamer Temple EC' Dorr arrired ? tthiss s morning
from Grays Harbor with 720,000 feet of; lumber
consigned to '\u25a0 Hlcks-Hauptmann lumber \u25a0 company
of Los Angeles. •\u25a0*:\u25a0-\u25a0 >• >.<\ ;-\u25a0-."\u25a0- \u0084 . :-.;. - ,
Steamer Grays Harbor completed the discharge
of; a - lumber, cargo and Cleared today for. Grays
Harbor to reload/-- har'^g in tow.' schooner Cece
lia Sudden/.'- - , ; ; - \u25a0 r '_-,„•
Steamer DorU. arrived from Grays - Harbor,
carrying / 700,000 feet of lumber for San Pedro
lumber company. -'. \u25a0 * - f^ E J**l| i ''jUy
•/Steamer ? Sa n, Jaclnto completed"- the i discharge
of \u25a0 200,000 -feet of lumber for E/vK." Wood lum
ber company . and ' cleared ' for ' Hueneme ' and \ Ven-*
turawiththe 'remainder. \u25a0--, ; : ;\u25a0-.\u25a0•' "
Sajrinaw- has arrived' from 'Willapa
Harbor va San Francisco with 800,000 feet of
lumber.; \u0084 :/ \ : '\u25a0 \u25a0 , •\u25a0: \u25a0 -. -, \u25a0r.
A; Steamer : ; Rose City cleared for Portland' via
SanFtaneisco/:'V - - . / -.
V Steamers \u25a0-\u0084 Norwood and . Santa Barbara of the
Grays Harbor., fleef/cleared - today to«jeload,
taking passengers < and freight for San \ Francisco.
Steamer 'Umatllla 1 cleared today for s San Diego
with ; passengers and . freight." -It will sail tomor
row.:, bound : : for -; SeatUe via Redondo Beach and
San ' Francisco. ;'•:-". \u25a0',"::;\u25a0' >v. \u25a0 . ;\u25a0; . .
C Steamer Yosemite 'completed the discharge ~ of
a.cargo of lumber: and* railroad ties and cleared
for Portland : with • 500 tons of ; asphalt and I plas
ter, ; and with / passengers and freight for San
Francisco.:.:: .';\u25a0•;-;-- ::..:..:\u25a0-;.; •:. \u25a0\u25a0'; •-.- / ..
>. Steamer, Fair -Oaks', arriving from -Aberdeen,
brought 800,000 feet of lumber consigned to the
. E.sK.','Woods j lumber;company/..' ; •' \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0"\u25a0. •
\u25a0£ Steamer ; Chehalls ; arrived this morning '< from
oraysi Harbor via San • Francisco with passengers
and, 630,000. feet, of lumber for ':, the San Pedro
lumber company.-p . v- \u25a0:- \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0: x - :'. -.;\u25a0. -\u25a0 \u25a0, ; - - ""
: Steamer I General 'Hubbard. - recently launched,
will go r lnto; comrnl?slon :- next " Tnesdar between
this port; end! Columbia, river.: The: vessel has a
capacity r . of *1,500.000 i feet -. ot number and is
owned by the r Nat ional -. lumber ) company, 'v \u25a0 Cap
tain •; J. ; G ,; Ludlove, formerly > master jof the
steamer ,\ellowstone, will command the ' General
Hubbard. ;•.->\u25a0":;.; ".;\u25a0:;,
iZ 'A i sister, ship.' the : Navajo, to cost $195,000/ is
under, construction: in ithe; Inner harbor/ ; '. .
f>. LOS f; Dec^ 3a— Arrived: Steamer
Mle. from,: San Francisco; r steamer : Doris, from
Grays : Harbor ; ;; steamer/ Temple V E. : Dorr. . from
<*rays ,. Harbor; ; steamer J Saglnaw.;. from-* Willapa
harbor ; z steamer > : Fair \u25a0\u25a0' Oaks, t from ~i Aberdeen •
steamer Chehalls. \u25a0 from ; Grays ' Harbor "
'Sailed— Steamer Nome City,':- for -Portland •
steamer ; ; Santa " Barbara; . for . Grays . Harbor*
steamer .'Aberdeen;- with: schooner Cecilia Sudden
in tow ruteamer.. Rose City/ for Portland : steamer
Harvard, forji San ' Francisco;,; steamer tYosemlte
for/ Portland: c steamer « Norwood. "^ for TAberdeen*
steamer; San Jaclnto.: for Hueneme and Ventura;
steamer Umatilla. > for; San Diego -
Weatherißeport
\u25a0*-- — • . . .. . ....... — : ;; — .^ r ',+
»^. Un Ju Pd t State »: department*, cf \u25a0 agriculture—
;.W eather , bureau— San ; Francisco, ; Dec. 30. 1910.
RAIXFALL DATA
Last Seasonal' Last year . -
_ Stations— 24 hours to date ~to date * Normal
sUse^'5 U s e^' «•••••• 0-30; '11.05^ 21.74 ; 16.63
Red 81uff...;:/ 0.00 5.25 8 27' 9 04
Sacramento -\u25a0::. 0.00 2 20 5 &i 7'n^
Mt.nTaraalpalsc'O.tV) 3.73 13.*40 -8!31
San. Francisco.. ; r>.oo 2.91 8 00 n 17
San v Jose/... ;'.. 0.00 1.24 \u25a0 5*72 " 5*0.1
Fresno !..•.".'..;\u25a0 0.00 i.ss • r'.'k> 3'To
Independence i.. 0.00 x • 1 (i 7. - ' n no 1*44
San jTAiisObispo' 0.00 7 loio."? '.h'-2
T»s Angelesi;.. 0.00- I.OS' : o'ns Vll
Sanj-piesor/^.^0.0O :\u25a0:. V;2.l»' : /.^5"74^;- : , 3ilO
PACIFIC STATIONS ; -
-stations: J ij» :;»; ; 'stations' .^ i S
\u25a0:-^.- . ' •. ', k ,"" \u25a0 o- -"\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:.\u25a0.•:\u25a0•-•;\u25a0. -.'. m \u25a0" .5*
\u25a0 \u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0:? b ;\u25a0"?\u25a0'• \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 ' ?-q j b
\u25a0v /,-. \u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0: S. % \u25a0 . : - \u25a0 \u25a0:; '• -a « ,:>
IBS. \u25a0 - \u0084 b ~ * ••' "\u25a0 . • a tr - "
" - '.; r* -'." ' '• . : . . ' • : << ;Jt. IF ;\u25a0;;•"\u25a0;
Boise .....},40| : 34];.02 Red Bluff ;|-S4|;3C|;. oo
Del ; Montei j : : sSh34| ?'.OO Reno c':Vi :': |!44|:34{;.OO
Eureka...'"; 52 46 f.30 Roseburg-.. 4540. 30
Flagstaff -V .40 5S -.00 Sacram'to ': r 52. 30 <00
Fresno ..;/;. ,r>ij 30 ?.00 Salt-Lake; 42 28 .00
Helena /\u25a0/:: 36 2fi UlKi San; Diego. 02 40 -.00
Honolulu..-'. i 76 72 t.22 S;Francisco 55' 43 Tr.
Vlnde'dence- ;48 1 22 .00 San f. Jose/. ;54 :30 "00
Kallspellf •;. "34 '30 ;.00 Sir/Obispo.' >B0 34 .00
Ix>s Angeles >04 <»I 6 '.00 SEiFarallon ;50 4,S .00
Marshfleld / 46 ".-". ; ; '-«S Spokane;-".. !3S 34 '18
.Modena: ,V~. 38 20 >00 *Summlt:! 33-25 -00
MtrTa'pals U6 -3S ;.00 Tacoma-i. 40 40 -".12
North' Head U4 '40 .12 Tatoosh: ;. ;44i!'40 his
Phoenixr:- ;62 ,3S "00 Tonopah/r. H2 22 .00
I'ocatelloV:. ;32 [30 f.04 W/fWalla: 42 40 .00
\u25a0 PißeyesLt i,40 ',44 .00 Win'mucca *3S ,26 .00
' Portland rr: (42 42 ; .2O YumaVr;..; ;60[;3y . 00
- ; ' ? .v'j > Showl'oa'groMPd,' v 1 .4^lncheg*.i'..; i ;:. v; > \u25a0:'\u25a0. \u25a0 J ; V ;
\u25a0v/.-'\> : r;-.!BASTIBRN(STATIONS ;':---'
>AMlene^'. i 46 26 ;i.OO Knoxvlllej; |42 36 f.44
-AUanHCiCy ?60 '42 f.30 Louisville h 136 '2S ?U0
Bostonv%.. -54 4b i.CMi .Memphis r_. ". "40 30
ißuffalo"./"i ßuffalo"./" ;2C :24 .44 Montgom'y* ?46 >42 1:10
i Charleston ; t>2 -aS , .01 Montreal* °8 24 ?.00
\u25a0Chicago %"'. j24 ;i2 f.OO M«»rhead '< \u25a0 '; 12 -It? 00
iDenverj-rn ,52 |IS |'.00 N.ia Orleans "50 ?46 i.OO
I)es' s Molnes ;4O 1 12 ;.Q0 New-S-York '42 '42 fOS
)odge;TCity 52 =14 {.00 N.^tPlatteJ i 42 U6 '.*OO
Duluthtrr.'. '10-20 ,:00 Oklahoma r. "44 -14 hOO
Durango V. .34 i.d .00 Plttsburg*': 2S .28 48
'Kastport •..'\u25a0; -50 (40 \u008422 Roswell --.'I: 54 il4 .00
;Galveston,-tt.4S 40 :.<Ai St. m Louis.' 536 22 ''00
'Green -'Bay ;iO J 6 ".00 St.-CPaulr:i' ' 18-^4 -00
'.Hatteras-v: :«4 50 ;U2 Taina , TT. -,72 '64 ;'oo
• Havre <:r.\ ;30 =56 ,, l'.oOl '.0O Toledo , r:: ,30 2S KG*
Huron,.:'.. 36 '.is '.CO Wjishlng'n \u25a042\ 42 ? 0S
Jacksonvlft'' <62 *.O6 Winnipeg "'. -2U"
Kansas K;(iy ;.4O -22 f.OOI :j;:^ ;^ ,:. -_-y> '\u25a0 "
y[. SYNOPSIS foP^ WEATHER^ CUNDITIONS^
V'-.Thwc fr have j' : been some rapid-fchanges
weather { orerjthe 1 Unite! % States 5 diir-
ing^the|last.24|honrs;^Eastiof ! itbe{SMi«Bi¥slnnl
s the £,weather ihas * cleared A rapidly,^ with "' rising
pressure ? ; and <? a ,5 sharp % fall £\u25a0 iuS? tecipfr'ature \u25a0 at
;nearlyjaHV'points. ! sßlt^lsJfromC2o r tos2Sldegrees
colder »f rom ; Georgia ?to I New,- Engliad.^7; Temper-"
Points north \u25a0 of Virginia and Tennessee, and in
toe Canadian \u25a0\u25a0 cities : morning temperatures well
below; «r0. .. .-\u25a0--,-\u25a0- ... - - .
On the ' Pacific - slope " the '-. weather - has ;been
cloudy -and 'unsettled - north ;of San ' Francisco,
with showers - and : south : winds;. Conditions . are
favoratte for, a .sharp fall .in temperature in
Nevada and northern-California Saturday.
: ' FORECAST ;
* - F °r the 30 boars ending at midnl,rht Saturday,
December 31: • .
_ For ; San Francisco and vicinity— Fair ; Satur
aay;: moderate ; north. wind, changing to west. <
v For/ the Santa Clara valley— Fair Saturday;
frost in the? morning; brisks north wind.
For \u25a0 the Sacramento valley— Fair- Saturday:
colder ;.moderatenorti.. wind; heavy Xrost in. the
morning.
' For * the I San - Joaqula . valley— Fair \u25a0 Saturday;
colder; moderate north wind; heavy. frost la the
morning. . < .
--For: California south of ;the Tehachapl— Fatr
Saturday; \u25a0 frost la lthe: rooming; ' moderate north
•wind ; - citrus . fruit growers are \u25a0 advised to fire.
, A. G/: McADIEr District Forecaster.'
i DAIXY" BrVEH'BITLLETni
SACRAMENTO. : Dec. * 30.— Observations tak-n
at 7 a. m. tl Pacific time.
-' : - . '-"\u25a0'-\u25a0 3 . : B'- -3-'
• \u25a0 \u25a0'" .s. \u25a0 2.=:. o»-
stations'. ': g. .: :&*: fi'
.: -V " : ':/ W \l
Sacramento Watershed— "i
•Kennett, Sacramento river.": 25.0 2.0— 0.00
Red Bluff, -Sacto.: river...... 23.0 1.8 0.1
Moaroevllle, Sacto/; river.;.. 22.0 I.o— 0.00
Colusa. Sacramento river .V. 29.0 3.8^ 0.00
Knights Landing/ Sac. river. 18.0 2.5— —0.1
Oroville. -Feather- river. '...: 25.0 l.S— — 0.1
Marysville/Yubav river//... 30.0 6.3— 0.00
Folsom, • American river.... .... '2.6— —0.2
Sacramento, Sacto/ river.".., 29.0 7.6— 0.00
Rio Vista.i Sacramento river 13.0 4.4* *0.4
'-* San Joaquin Watershed — -
Pollasky, San Joaquin river. .... 1.3— 0.00
Flrebangh. San Joaquin \u25a0 river 12.0 0.4— 0.00
Merced Falls, Merced . river. .... l .o— 0.00
Jacksonville. -Tuolumne river 20.0 io.4— 0.00
Melones.: Stanislaus river..". /../ 0.6—0.00
Jenny: Lind/Calaveras river 10.0 0.0-^- 0.00
Electra, ; Mokelumne river ... 12 . 0 .... ?.:.
Lathr6p." San Joaqnln river.". 17.0 O.O^- 1 0.00
•Indicates a rising river. —Indicates a.fall
ing river. N. R/ TAYLOR, Local Forecaster.
! PIER DIRECTORY
* \u25a0 NORTH OF MARIvET: STREET
Pier 3. . . . Washington Pier 17. . .' .Union 1
Pier r 5. ... ... Jackson Pier. 19. ; . . . . . . .Union 2
Pier .7...;/;/. .Pacific Pier 21......... Filbert
Pier," 9. ...Broadway 1 Pier 23/.... Greenwich 1
Pier 11. . . .Broadway 2lPier 25 .Greenwich 2
Pier 13. ....... Vallejo Pier 27././.;. Lombard
Pier 15.......... Green[Pier 51. /....;;. Powell
SOUTH' OF MARKET. STP.EET . .
Pier f 4.... ..Mi55i0n ,2 Pier 28.......... Mala
Pier 6..... ".H0ward 1 Pier 24......... Beale
Pier ,'B. ./.;. Howard 2 Pier 36... Fremont
Pier 10...... H0ward 8 Pier 38........... First
Pier 12....... F0150m 1 Pier 401 '. •.-,-•
Pier 14... ./..Folsom 2 Pier 42 IP. IT. S. S. Co.
Pier. 16 /../.. - Harrison Pier 44 J
Pier. 20.. Steaart Pier 54. ... ... . . Fourth
Pifr 24.-;...../.' ;, Spear \u25a0 .
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
-/?'.' TO ARRIVE
. I. : From | Steamer | Date
Coor . 8ay. ........ /. . . M. F. Plant/. . JDec. 3l
Tacoma BOTerie .;. Dec. 31
San Pedro Santa Barbara.. Dee. 31
San Pedro Norwood ......Dec. 31
San!. Pedro ;...:". Carlos .'..;:.... Dee. 31
Ran" Pedro/... ......... Harvard ....... Dec. 31
Humboldt /...•......... Santa CTara ... Dee. 31
CoqulUa • River ;...;... Fifleld Dee. 31
San Pedr0.. ...../.-;;.-. Ro«e City...... Dec/ 3t
Portland & Astoria Rcanoke ...... Dec. 31
Mendocino & Pt. Arena Sea Foam/.. ... Dec. 31
Portland & Astoria.... Beaver ........ Dec.Sl
Saa Pedro ...........; Nome City ....Jan. 1
San Pedro Yosem-ite :.../. Jan. 1
Humb01dt;....;../...-. City \u25a0of Topeka. Jan. 1
Seattle & Tacoma..'... Buckman ...... Jan. 1
San Dleeo & Way Ports Umatllla ....... Jan. 1
San Pedro ....%.-...... Chehalis ....... Jan.. 2
Los Angeles .......... Yale ..;.;..... Jan.~2
Sal. Cruz via S. Diego. Isthmian ...x... Jan. 2
Grays Harbor ...... v Coronado- ...... Jan. 3
San Pedro .-....;...... J/B. Stetson.. .[Jan. 3
Portland & Astoria /. . . Northland .'." .% . Jan. 3
San Pedro & Way Ports Coos Bay ...... Jan 3
Puget . Sound Ports.. /. . City of Puebla. Jan. 4
Loa Angele* " .•/..: .-. . . . Harvard . : . . Jan. 4
San Pedr0............. Hanalei- ..;.... Jan. 5
San. Peflro. "./....'..... Yale .......... Jan. 5
Point Arena & Albion.. Porno ......... Jan. 5
New York via Ancon.. Aztec ......... Jan. 5
New. York via 'Ancon.. Newport ...... Jan 5
San Diego &, Way Ports Queen ......... Jan. 5
Portland & Astoria.-.. Bear Ja£ D
lots 2 Angeles ".......\u25a0/.. Beaver ... .-.-. . . Jan. 5
San Diegpjft Los Ang. lloanoke Jan. 5
beattle i & Tacoma. ... . Ad. \u25a0 Sampson . . Jan. . 5
Yokohama /......;.;.. America Maru;. Jan. . 5
China & Japan .:..... Tenyo Mam ... Jan. . 9
< TO;SAIL^
Date I V Steamer | \u25a0 Destination : f Sails | Pier
Dec- 31 Washington- ... | Portland ... spm 27
Dec. ' 3l Hornet . . . .... Puget T Sound . 5 pm 3S
Dec: 31 Norwood . . .... (Grays Harbr 2pm . ?T.
Dec. 31 Carlos ; /: . /. /. . Willapa Har 4 pm 19
Dec. 31 North Fork .'.. Humboldt ... l pm 3S
Dec. 31 J/S/.Hlgglns.. Los Angles. 10 am 4
Dec. 31 Santa' Barbara. Grays Carbr 4 pm 51
Dec.;3inanaleiv. ...... Los Angeles. 3 pm 10
Dec.:3l Harvard.-...... Los' Angeles. 4 pm - 7
Dec. 31 Enterprise ..:. Hllo ....... 12 m 3S
Dec/31 Pennsylvania ... An«m ..... 12 m 40
Dec. 31 Watson,' ....:.. Puget Sound l'pm 7
Dec. 31 Koanoke -:.:... Los Angeles. 7 pm 13
Jan. . 1 Nome City //.Portland/... 3 pm 27
Jan. 1 Yosemite Portland ... 10 am in
Jan. . 1 Rose: City..... Portland -... 12 m 40
Jan...l Queen ......;. San Diego... n am 11
J» D - IPomo ......... Point Arena. p m 16
Jan/i2Chehalis ....... Grays Harbr 2 pm ./.;
tn * ? « i ale •••••• •• • • I-os Angeles. 4pm 7
Tan-:1»?T an-: 1»?* a J er^ •••••" tOsAngeles. 0 am 40
Jan. ...< 2 Santa Clara ;r. Humboldt /. 10 am 13
Jan. 3 Northland /.... Los Angeles. 3 pm 19
Jan. -3 M. F.-Plant. .. Coos Bny//; 3 pml 8
Jan.3J..B. Stetson/. Portland ... 3 pal 27
Jan. .3 Bpveric ;...:... Sydney ..... 1'pm1...;
Jan. 3 City; of Topeka. Humboldt ~.'. 11 am 11
Jan. o Governor ...... Puget Sound 2pm 9
Jan. =4 Fifield ;;....... Coauille \u25a0 Riy. 5 piaf lft
Jan. 4 Lurline ....... Honolulu ... 12 m 33
Jan. 4 Hllonlan \u25a0/.-./.. Honolulu ... 12 m 38
Jan.. 4 Buckman ..... Puget Sound Ipm 10
Jan. 4 Sea Foam .... Point "'Arena. 4 pmjie
Jan.: 4 Hazard ....... Los Angeles. 4 pml- 7
Jan.: 5 City, of Panama Ancon ...... 12 m|4o
Jan. 5 Coos Bay/.. ..|San Pedro... 4 pml 11
Jan/:5 Yale ... :.../.. | Los t Angeles. 4 pmf- 7*
/. -".- '.:.-.-', TO SAIL FP>OM SEATTLE
'Destination | Steamer " I Date
Skagway:& Way Ports. lllumboldt ..*;.. JDec 31
Skagwayi Way. Ports. I Cottage: City »..f Jan. 3
Time Ball
United States .- branch ;. hydrographlc office. Me-
'.;chants'-Exchange,, San Francisco, December
The \u25a0 time ' ball on the roof of the Fairmont
hotel was dropped today exactly at noon. Pacific
standard time (120th* meridian), or at Sh. 00m
00s. ; Greenwich \u25a0 mean : time. " ~:--L
'\u25a0"\u25a0'.\u25a0\u25a0" \u25a0'\u25a0 .''\u25a0•': -*V \u25a0 "J.--C.-BURNKTT..
- Ueutearat, U. S. N/,- In 1 charge. \
Sim; .Moon and Tide
United Statps coast and geodetic surrer-i-Tlme
; ;and heights oi- tides 'at Fort Point." ; For city
' front (Mission street '\u25a0 wharf ) add 25 minutes.
.I-.-:'.-... 'SATCRDVy. DECEMBER 31 ~~~ :
Snn rises ;':..:...:. .:... .:....' v. .'./. 7:26
• Sun f sets <~. . v ....«.,...»':.'.".'.-> T^r.'TTr:~:i 5-00 »
Moon; sets .;..."... ...../..—_„. mn '
New ; moon /. . : ........ .Dec. 31;- at 8:12 a. m.
' : ITime Tlmel iTimel " ITimel . - '.' 1
Deep-- Ft IFt I -) Ft h— -IFt
\u25a0 in xv - lw\ -" >ui;w[ iL^wr (
-;-\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0 : \u25a0 -A, X/ \u25a0-\u25a0•\u25a0. ;\u25a0: | \u25a0•- t. H. \u25a0'• ~
31.-1 o:4s[. "fH -J:3SI 2.4|10:27| 0.7| 5:431— 0.7 c
1-.. ;1:32; 1:32 4.8! 5:201 ,3.6 10: M 5.5 G:lSt-OS '\u25a0
2.. 2:0:. 4.S 6:06 3.8 11:2K 5.4 6-3' I-O7
*3.: 2:34 4.S fi:3s ( •: 3.6 12:10 5.3 7:30-105
4.. 3:(C 4.S 7:4S 3.4 12: oS 5.0?8:l0— 01
0:. 3:32 4.9 5:42 jCoLiIm 4.7 8 55^3
>;.. -4:051-5.0 9:45 -,2.6t3:12J 4.2 9-4-1 10
U.jS.VßrancUlHyrtroßraphlclOfflee
; A branctt -of the United > SUtes I hydrographlc
office. -located in Uhe \ Merchants',^ Exchange., U
maintained lin i San 5 Francisco for ! the ; benefit of
mariners.lwithout regard s to nationality and free
of expense.^ e< NaTigators t are ; cordially.: invited
to > visit : the -.office."! where; complete sets of charts
and i sailing j directions of I the 1 world „ are kent at
hand ..forvcompsrison'- And Preference and the
latest 4 information > can -always be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation • and maT""
ters of interest 'to ocean commerce. -
:;'::.'~.v-:: ;' : :.'~.v-: -,•'•- .'.:\u25a0 :; •J. c: buhnett. '.- . ~\
- Lieutenant. U/ S. : N..' ia charge
SHIPPINGUNTELUGENCR
ARRIVED.
- - Friday. : December 30 < '
.^ ; 12:55rp.» m.. stmr-Ravalll, Nelson. 27 hocrs
from ', Eureka ; :770,000 ! feet lumber; to , Hammond
lumber company. -" .
.ss-l'p.-? m.T ßtnir;ArfryH,-. Dlckson, : 2 days from As"
torla;i ballast to Union, lumber company nn ri»oW
direct ym^ggmmapatis-y. ;\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0" r er
,^3:3o^. m.,-U.S:»tmr Sequoia, Bowman, from
m Stmr 1 Whitesboro.-Frederickson. ~ , hours -from
Greenwood ;: lumber .> to L. E. White lumber "om
pany.-iupsriver. direct. '^' --, • .-"" * ota .
"' 9 ilit<
111 -''; stmr Santa Rita, Boyd, 21 hours
AUCTIONSALES
THIRD-ANNUAL AND
DISPERSAL SALE
OP THE
Greenwood Herd Shorlhorn Cattle
.. <Property of Mrs. J/ 11. Glide>
CO HEAD HKO. BULLS < AND COW 3
TUESDAY. JAN. a.* if fl. S AT 13:30 P. X., AT
'4^! J^SZ'S PAVILION.
r ,. f », 4 ' 8 - v *len<Sa- St., ". Saa Francisco.
Cattle novr on exhibition.^ : =•
FHED H. CHASE & CO.
\u25a0 - Mr. Geo. "P/, -Bellows. Auctioneer.
ri-ek^-' a r> m/^m /^A BB t mi llaqnal Iaqna - Self - 24 houm from
tamto'iJSw.** """^ tO EaSt " a redWoOd
from San Pedro; ballot to J. Homer Frlteh.
ho'ir^ iw^ >tn J, r C1 ** cl »wt. Christensen. 3-t
ISer'c^pa^ P^ ; ballMt tl> **«*:*•«!
tn^°P%t°i'^ tl ? T A } e * tr ** Joiwnnseo. 38 hom-a
Hour, from Albion: botmd *ontb. put in for fnH.
o-«v^a. .m.. -atmr Geo. TV. EMer Jensen an
ft^C. a «n«-' JEJP£J?»« £*»«• Otse». IB honrs
to «££££ ~"° C ° feet lomber *»_ C.*mr lum
froi^/n Sx n Stmr naaale '- HimA^M hour*
la?l™n™irn? I ' P-"!;T eD?Pni « n< * merchandise to
in<i»pi»rKifiit steamship company.
cleared '
«fil t « rr m VVafson * °' Erf «*. Seattle: AtaSta Pariah
st*»«msbip company.
Nor stmr Thor. CfT3il!n.«f^Tn. Kanaimo* Wnt.
cm fael company. '^9)BMpHiM|
_- Stmr nanalei. Hamma. San F*dro; Independent
Bieaiosnlp company.
Stra^'T SS 6 ™"" VlMfn * DlQ * ell1 *
spSl^r^: \u25a0£££?, HoB<>Wns 7 -
Ar. i^* p ennjrrlraola. Drennaa. Anc«m ; Pacfflc
Jlall *tPamship company.
••-•>«» i~ v. JT rf(! * T - t)ecemb«- 30.
fitU" Ger BWP WcrnW Vfaara - Dtnkel -«
Harbor P * m*m '* Stmr Saßt * Mo ' nf<?!1 ' OIs«», Cn/j
S J?A m - Btmr Capastrano. Klose. PwOand.
*:oO p. m., «tmr l>aisy. Smith. Wlllupt harbor
Harb« P ' m " " tml> Claremont ' Christcnsen. Gray*
*?A m -« Btmr Arcatti. Xoren. Bandon
Harbor. I**1 ** m - " tfflr Centr »"*. EMctooa. Orays
Ga^bl? ** '"*••• Btmr TtT « rtOT « D«ttm«». Pprt
land 125 ** m * Btmr Geo * Wm IMer.'J«BBW Por>
1- m.. Nor.rtmr Thw. Cornelia«i. JTasalmo.
r. * SPOKEN
LO^^^T^-Cl^; wtn4
riocltT 2° mlI « «n honr.
E ; jelocity 4 miles an honr.
N'P^S'iL,^ o3^ 060 - 30 - " m— Thick; wind
J«B, Telocity. 6 mile* an hwir.
LOEOS. Dee. 30. 10 p. m— Weathee
clear; wind N'W: Telocitr 24 miles an hoor
_._ rtAc . DOMESTIC POETS
Rn^ TOOSH-Passed oat Dec. SO. S a. m.-Stnu
©XSi'S^ 01 Sea « l( * *« Saa Francisco.
PORT^S ANGELES— To mil Dec. SO. sp.
«t^^. PEI ? R 9~: Salle<l t**' SO-Stmr Sfandalay, '
S!? f? '"Into, otmr X<»emite. «tmr R«4
\u25a0?'!ii< )a « Clt r- Btmr Santa Eirbars,
stmr >orjood. atmr Harrard. stmr .Umatilla!
for -San Francisco: stmr Bowdoin. for Eur»lt»J
scbr CecUla Sudden, for Grays Harbor. "
Arrired Dee. 30— Stmr Sajinaw. hence Dec 2S'
tl™ FZl***'****?* Grays Harbor: »tmr Dori«l
from Grays Harbor; .to Tale, hfncf Dec. 2»;
»tm Lmatilia. hem^-Dec. 28; «tmr Tmple B
DeT' 2S. raTS bw: * tmr CbebaHs ' beac «
KiS^P^-SPif B^ 1 '* 1 Dec - »-Stmr Del
A crte. f or Saa Francisco. -
j/tv^at? 60 ;.!?""^ 11 * s«*3Tarro. hence Dec. 27.
_KETCHIKAN— Arrired Dec. 20. 11 p. m.—
P«i™ ed ,? M - U ••J«— Stmr Lakme. for Sa/
1 -,«• m " " tn^ Saßt * aa »- 'or SanL
*Tanclsco: 10 a.- m.. stmr Anrelia. for s?an rr*rv.
r^lT^ l^ l^- 30 ~ stmr Acme, henc* Dec »
\u25a0 FORT BRAGG— Sailed Dee. 30-Stmr jTmea
S. Hi?gln». stmr BrnnsTrick. for San Francisco?
t PORT TOWXSENU-Arrired Dec 3a-St3
REDONDO BEACH— Arrired Dec. 30-Stmr
Grace Dollar, from San Pedro Tia Port Los An- '
s a .1 * taiT G *<> r S* Loom!*, from San Diego
Tyv,mft Dec - O 3 °—^mf Grace Dollar, stmr Gearsa
Loomia. for San Francisco.
GRAYS HARBOR— SaHed Dec. SO— Schr ' Oce
anla Vance, for HUo. ™
•.WII^IIXGTOX— Arrired Dec. 29, 5 p. m,—
Stmrßandon. from San Pedro.- \ v °*-
San^anc&o 30 ' 12:3 ° P " m - Stmr Band< »- f «
\u25a0f-KSKStSr 1 - 1^- 3(V - Stmr ™^
_PORT.SAX LUlS— Arrired D?c. SO. S a. m.— "
Br stmr Trincnlo.-frora Gnatemala
aSK^ 25 - 8P- n,.-Stm,
Arriyed Dee. 29. C » m — «ftmu
Bertha, from Cordora. "*
b " VTRAXGELL— Arrired . Per. 20. 12 30 n m —
RA'Snnv* PS' £°S Sk »^«T '«>r Seattle. "
hS^^ Dec. 30-Stor Elizabeth, j
for^orti 1^ 0 " 53 "^ DD ' C - S(V - Stmr fiance. '
_ SEATTLF-Saiied Dec. 29. 7 p. m.— Stmt
Buekman. for San Francisco. P ma
from^VaM^ m,dnl s ht-Stmr Victoria.
S.VNT-A BARBARAr-ArriTed Dec. 3O_Stms
Pedro. T ' DeC - \u25a0 nd '"««a f^TsTa
EARTERX ' PORTS
t^ r^\ Y0R f K — *?««» J^- 29-JJtmr AdTanc%
fw- Colon: stmr Crlstohji!. • ff«. Colon
SOUTHERN- PORTS
te^P^SiSr °-- San 31,,
• ISLAND PORTS
W i!l 0^ 0 K ULU T ArrlTwl D «- 80— Bark R p>
Rlthet. h-nce Dec. 11; stmr Slrrra. heW vZI
-i. i a. tn. IMvmBBHIMHII
. ArriTed : Dec. 30 — Jap stmr Klto ir»rn frrwm
Salln. Cna::whr Aloha. fEE Er^rettt iT.^T
.SsSffiSi&: r-s Br^ ar Earl oC Ca"lck
for^ Po7t r ia^ SS — d Btmr Hw^«'-
FOREIGN PORTS
for n^d O ney A^v a " ed DW - 3 °~ Br stmp M(Mn «*
b^^a-^S^^ 1 D --
Hai?^^^ 1^ \u25a0 a> "* te H<^ K
.iSK^^ Dec. 2^-StmrGeor
b ia S n A^^ R^^n,a D^ n2DIn 2 Dl^ mr °' laai -
Sa AN^So. Ued D & Jose.
i^fW^iS^fflK OI3OD * Malw hen - •
NATAL— ArriTed Dec. HO— Br stmr
he^A^"^ ffiSiKfS «-
Memoranda^
-Chll -bktn.Altn. at Port Stephens, ha* h#.en
400 California St. Tel. Douglas 2 1ST
St. Francis Hotel. Tel. Doaglas 3082
Members of New York Stock Exchange
Pioneer H«nse
Private Wlr e to Chlcaso
and Xerr : T©rk
."• : ..?r-- * H V c fH T, Manager
JC WILSON
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