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SIERRA DEPARTS
FOR ISLAND PORT
Oceanic Steamship Company's
Fast Liner Carries Many Pas=
sengers and a Full Cargo
HE Oceanic Steam
i ship company's
liner Sierra, Cap
: tain H. C. Houd
i lette, crowded "with
passengers and car
rying a full cargo,
sailed yesterday for
Honolulu. In spite
of the drizzle, which
turned, into rain
about half an hour
before the ship
pulled out, there
was a large crowd
* on the Oceanic pier
I and the usual dis-
play of serpentine
confetti and California blossoms.
Among the passengers were a num
ber of tourists booked through to Syd
ney, who are taking advantage of the
Oceanic company's new arrangement
in order to have two weeks in Hono-
lulu. They will go on to Sydney by
the liner Ventura. Among the pas-
Fingers for Sydney were Mr. and Mrs.
. of Los Angeles. Cayce, who by
*;ne way, pronounces his name as if
it were spelled "<"asey," expects to es
tablish. In the antipodes, a branch of
anufacturing business.
Miss Josephine Arrnljo, Miss M.
Buckley and Miss Nan Buckley, all of
San Francisco, are going to spend a
month at Waikiki beach. This is their
summer vacation, and It was because
they had put it off until co late that
they had to find a place where summer
winter were both summer.
- Elsie T. Patterson and Miss M.
P.obinson, passengers on the Sierra,
• ernment nurses going: to Manila.
There was no room for them between
this pnrt and Honolulu on the trans
port Sherman. They will join the
Sherman at Honolulu.
The Sierra's passengers Included:
I. Acheson. Miss Josephine Armijo E. R
Banor. Mis. Bauer. Nicholas Baurr. .Mis. Bauer
X Kiafaop, H. H. Blood. Mis< M. Buckley, Mies
>an Buckley, Theo Buck, Mrs. Bucli, J A
Car«-w. Mrs. A. Came, Miss Came. R. Cayee,
«yee and child. H. Carls. W. J. Con'roy.
Mis. r. G. Cooper, Mrs. William Danford. Miss
Margaret Douglas. Mrs. A. hartley. Miss C. Gil
bert. I>r. W. H. GuMck. G. A. Gonsflives. Mis* J.
Helhing. Miss Pearl Helbing S. Hodges Mrs
Hoi S rs, R. ikeda. Fred Jarma'n. Miss E. A. Jotan
mlon. P. C. Jones. Mrs. Emily Judd. A. M Kash-
Iwa, Mrs. T. B. King. Mrs. R. B Lee. L, Leon
hart. D. H. Lewis. Mrs. Lewis. Mi's V. Little,
M. Ludwick. John Lewis. Miss C F. Mγ-
Ewen. Mrs. J. L. McLean, Mine C McLean. S.
McKcan. Uarry Mar. E. J. Moll. Miss Elsie Pat
terson. G. E. Phillips. Mrs. Phillips and child.
MUsa M. Robinson. R. W. Robertson. "U*. Ro*e
man, Mrs. A. Ricks and child. Mrs. F. A Saylor
and chiM, Mrs. E. Scott, S. T. Sbort. E. Spicgel
rwfg, W. I. Seymour. George Sheridan. Mrs.
Sheridfin. J. Vivlchaves. J. V>\ Thompkon. Mrs.
Thompson, C. F. Waterman, Mrs. M. Winton,
Miss Evelyn Washburn, Miss Clara Wild. Mark
Wγil. C. F. Woodt.
-\ew Steamer Columbia Arrive*
The new steamer Columbia, the first
of a number of the same class built
and building at Wilmington, Del., for
service on this coast, arrived here'yes
terday 77% days from Philadelphia, in
command of Captain S. E. Allen. The
Columbia was built for Wils-on Broth
ers & Co. of this city and will be used
by them on the coast as a lumber
transport. The Columbia is not grace
ful. It has a bow like the butt end of
tj =aw log and, to the eye of a lands
rr.an, should have another mast aft of
the smokestack. In marine archltec-
ture today, however, beauty Is sacri
ficfrl to utility and the Columbia is one
<of the most efficiently equipped vessels
of its class that ever came in through
the Golden grate. The vessel will carry
about 2,000,000 feet of lumber and has
the gear for handling its freight
quickly. The hull is of steel, double
bottomed and provided with steel bulk
heads. On the voyage from Philadel
phia heavy weather was encountered
off the Virginian capes and again oft
<'ape Pillar, and the Columbia satisfied
Captain Allen that it was a first class
seaboat. In the storm on the Atlantic
side some big seas were shipped and
they did considerable damage to the
Columbia's upper works.
The Columbians a vessel of 1,188
tons. It is 238.7 feet long-, 41.2 feet in
beam and 20.8 feet deep. It brought a
argo of general merchandise to
the California and Atlantic Steamship
• ornpany.
Snerman Sails for Manila
The army transport Sherman sailed
Sanila at noon yesterday to the
strains of military music. The cabin
passengers included 32 officers of the
army and navy and a large number of
< ivilian employes of the government on
their way to Honolulu and the Philip
pines. In the troop quarters were
recruits and casuals and a number of
enlisted men of the navy and marine
corps. The ranking officers among the
ngera «rere: Colonel H. P. Mc-
Cain, adjutant general, and Colonel J.
•-' Rogers.
Liner Mir Homeward Bound
The Pacific Mail liner Xile, Captain
Lapraik, homeward bound from the
orient, left Honolulu early yesterday
for this port. The Nile's cargo of 1,400
tons includes 115 tons of raw silk and
T'Mi tr.ns nf other overland freight.
The liner is bringing 75 cabin passen
gers and 100 Asiatics.
Water Front \otrn
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 1,020,000 feet.
The steamer Seward, which is under
Hiarter to the Pacific Mail company,
sailed yesterday for Anton with a full
cargo.
The Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany's Umatilla, Captain Thomas Reilly,
nailed yesterday for Seattle with 184
passengers and a full cargo.
The Oceanic Steamship company's
liner Ventura, from Sydjiey, was 990
miles from here at S rfrlock Monday
night, and is due about 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon.
I.aunrh Confiscated
LOS ANGELES, Nov. s.—The Star
light, a smuggling craft of many ex
< iting adventures, and said by many to
be the swiftest launch on the southern
California coast, has been confiscated
by orri. r <-f Judge Olin Wellborn of the
I'nited States court.
According to the judge's order (on
Be here tuday), the Starlight will t>•
Hold by United States Marshal Lee V.
Youngworth.
launch was captured several
months ago at San Clemente island,
after it had been chased through south
ern waters by federal Immigration offl
cers, who believed the craft had been
engaged in bringing contrabrand Chl-
Dto the United States from Mexl
■;i B ports.
Movement of Transport*
Bnford at San Francisco.
crook at San Francisco.
Loirs v left San Francisco for Manila October
Sberidan at San Francisco.
86-rman at San Francisco, to Mil for Manila
November 5. lUI-.
Xboma* left Manila October 15. 1912. for Saa
Franclfcco.
U. S. Branch Hydrographie Olßce
A brunch of the SUtfs hydrophobic
r.ffi.f. legated in lh«> Merchants' Exebnnfrr is
maintnhml in Han Francisco for thf brnpfit of
mariners, without regard to nationality. ar<l free
of p\|>en!-e. Navigators are cordially' iavlted t<>
of lice, whore a complete *et of chart*
*nd sailing directions "f tlic world ere kept at
tend for comparison and reference, and the latest
lafuxmaUon van always be obtained regarding
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS
WIRELESS FROM SHIPS AT SEA
Three report* fire received directly from tbe Pacific coast stations of tbe
Marconi Wireless company)
MARCONI WIRELESS
Monday, NoTcmtwr ».
STEAMER SANTA RITA—From Port £an Ltii*
f.r Honolulu: 8 p. m.. •.'«." njllf- off Port San
Luis; light westerly wind; Hrtsotfe *■•
STEAMERS HONOLXTLAN AND KILAUEA—
Hence Oct. :Wt for Honolnlii: S p. • m., 1.->!>6
miles from Sun Franr-isci: uiodcrato southeast
wind and sea; all well.
STEAMER VENTURA—From Sy.lner for San
1 rauclseo vie Honclulii: i i>. ■>~ •Bβ miles <>!T
San Franciwo lichtsiiip: variable airs: smooth
tea; all well; temperature 08; ."0.2f;.
Tuesday, NoTfmbor r>.
STEAMER UMATILLA—S p. m., 30 miles north
nf Point Reyes.
STEAMER ASUNCION—B p. m.. «4 miles north
of Richmond.
STEAMER W. 8. PORTER—S p. m.. '.:.2 miles
north of San Francisco.
Ilgbts, dangers to navigation and matters of In
terest to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, U. S. N., iv Charge.
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier :t.... Washingrtou ; Pler 17 i iiion 1
Pier 5 JacksonjPier 1» Union 2
Pier 7 Pacific Pier 21 Filbert
Pier 9 Broadway l|Pier 23 Greenwich 1
Pier 11 Broadway 2 Pier 2.V :.. .Greenwich 2
Pier 13 ValleJoiPler l>7 Lombard
Pier 15 tJreenPier ."il Powell
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier U Mission 1 Pier 24 Spear
Pier 4 Mission 2Pler 2S Main
pier 6 Howard 1 Pier :i4 Beale
Pier 8 Howard 2Pifr Sβ Fremont
Pier l<! Howard S|Pier 38 First
Pier 12 Foleom liPier 40 )
Pier 14 Folsom 2 Pier 42 f P. M. S. S. Co.
Pier Iβ HarrlsoniPier 44 J
Pier 20 Steuart Pier 54 Fourth
E*ier
Pier
Pier
Pier
Pier
Pier
Pier
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
Steamer
. Date
Portland & Astoria [Reaver N->v. rt
Willapa Harbor i»«nta Barbara...Nor. •
Tacoma (Alexandria ....Not. «
Monterey Eureka .Sot. e
Loe Angeles Centralia Not. 6
T.os Angeles F. H. Leggett.. |Nov. 6
Humboldt. I*. A. Ktlburn.. Nov. 6
Kort Bragg Arctic (Nov. 6
Los Angeles Harvard .. . ( ...jNov. 6
Sal. Cruz & San Diego. I Alaskan Not. 6
Humbolut 'Pboeuix ;Nov. 6
Humboldt [North Fork :Not. 7
Los Antteles (Vanguard (Nov. 7
San P?<lro & War PorteCuracao iNov. 7
Point Arena & AlbSon. . jPomo Not. "i
Sydney & Way Ports. .. 'Ventura Nov. '
San Diego & Los Ang.. 'Roanoke !Nov. ■
Puget Sound !S«bara liter. 7
Humboldt (City of Topeka.Nor. 8
Hik> Virginian Nov. 8
Los Angeles Yale Not. 8
Puget Sound Ports (City of Puebla.. Not. S
San Diego & Los Ang.. 'President INot. 8
Portland ft Astoria Geo. W. Elder.. Nov. 9
Seattle & Tacoma Yukon l.Nov. »
Fort Bragg 'Brunswick ; Nov. »
San Diego & Los Ang. . 'Harvard 'Not. 9
Portland A Astoria IBeaver Nor. 10
Seattle direct Governor Not. 10
Medocino >*a Foam Not. 1O
Vancouver [Workman Nov. 10
San I>iego * Loe Ang.. Queen Not. 11
San Diego & Loe Ang.. Yale Not. 11
Port San Luie Icooe Bay Not. 11
Ciina 4. Japan ;Nile Nov. 11
Manila & !Thomas Nov. 11
" TO BAIL
Nov. A'Homer iOom Ba?... ; I pinj Iβ
Not. 6 Centralla [Grays Harbor 10 ami 51
Not. CBrooklyn jCoquille Riv.j 5 pmj
Not. 6'ATaIon U-o* Angeles.: 3 pmj 10
Not. 6iAlexandria ....Hamburg ...\12 m. 19
Not. e>F. H. Lesgett. Portland ...[ 5pm SI
Not. 6 Rose City 'Portland ...112 ml 40
Not. 6 Santa Barbara.'Los Angeles. 10 am! Iβ
Nov. 6'Cooe Bay :pt. San Luis.) 4 pm| 11
Not. 6JSea Foam [Mendoeino .. j 4 pm 4
Nov. 6 Brunswick Fort Bragg..] 3 pin 8
Nov. G Harvard *nn Diego... \ 4 pin! 7
Nov. T F. A. KUburn.Hutnboldt ..10 am 13
Nov. 7 Portland jUalboa [32 tni .6
Not. 7.Crown Galicia.'Liverpool ...Iβ pui ...
Not. 7!Maglcian 'Victoria ....! B ptri....
Not. 7]Northland Portland ... ill am 19
Not. 7!Quecn !San Diego... 11 am 9
Not. 7iBeaver Los Angeles. II am 40
Not. 8;Yale Han Diego... 4 pm 7
Not. fvRoacoke Portland ...,10 am 13
Not. ftiBucknian ; PMg#t Sound.I 3 pm! 10
Nor. 8|Jim Butler (Portland ...J 5 pm! "7
Nov. 8 Inverlc Svduey "> pal 12
Not. OlSebara Hamburg ...112 in) 19
Not. 9IPresldent 'Piilfet Sound.i 2 pmj 9
Not. 9.Manchuria . ... Hongkong ...I 1 i>m! 42
Not. »|Geo. W. Elder. !San Dieso...' 7 pmj 13
Not. 9; Vanguard Humboldt ..[I pm[ Iβ
Not. ftlNorth Fork 'Humbuldt ..11 pmj 38
Not. 9jPhoenlx Humboldt ..11 am 19
Not. 9 ! Curacao |Sen Pedro...) 4 pm 11
Not. OiHarvard C-os Angeles.j 4 pm 7
Not. ll'Vale Loa Angeles. I 4 pm! 7
Not. 10 Isthmian iSalina Cruz.jlO am -7
Not. lOjPomo il'oint Arena.: ft pui, S
Nov. lOjArctle iKort Bragg..' 3 pmf 8
Not. lliBeaver ;Pc*tland ... 1- m : 4d
Not. [San Diego...' 2 pm \>
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Destination
i Date
Skagway it Way Ports. |Humb<">i<H jXor. 10
Skajtway &. Way Ports. iCIty of Seattle..(Nov. 11
Vtldes & Seward ';Yukon [Nor. 20
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coast and geo<lftio surrey—Time
and heifbts of tide* at Fort Point. For city
front (Missloo street wharf), add 2."> minutes.
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8
Sun rises 8:41
Sun B*ta o:<*<>
Monti risp« ~ izSt h. m.
New moon Novpmhf-r 8. at 5:-"6 p.m.
First quarter moon.. .November 16. at p. m.
rimel iTimel ITimel Time!
f Ft I 1 Ft J Ft 1 Ft
[i Wi |H W !, \V H W;
6..| 2:37j 1.41 8:051 5.7| 3:251 O.Oj 9:581 4.9
7.. S2W l.S, »:40, 3.9 4:42 li.u 10:59 4.0
8..; 4:02: 2.2 H»:HM «.l| 4:57—0.4111 :oT| 4.4
».. 4:40 2.610.4.% C.I 5:4."—-0.7
!h W I. W H W L W
M..ff:St 4 J B:l» ».2 U:21 f.O 8:28 -O.S
ll..!1:.V> 4.i> .-.:.17 3.2|U:57 ."/.9' 7:14—0.7
12.. liSVi 4.'> ft:35] 3.4; 12:30 6.6 S:O0 —O.-'v
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICi:
P»pth at mpan low water, entrance in harhor.
I Ft.
Rf-mark 1 *
•I Rblfting
uorthwest.
i.
I

Aug.
> Channel straight out from
: 3"tty.
MCbaaac] straight iu from
j whistling buoy.
I'Cbann* , ! narrow and
' crooknl.
,':

iuly 1'4|
rCbannel is straight out
i an<l in jcooil shape.
' Range lights for channel
ovr>r bar are In correct
I range.
pqua
.
ir
.. - Cbannfl to nortn.
i Small san<1 spit on
j south nt-ar outer red
! buov.
CiiHonpl dne
L'iianiiPi almost straight
Rightly to northward!
Straight channel. Xo
bi'uixHng in uorth
fliannel. - \
S l'«l>lo Hi 20!l>epth in dredged chan-
I I 1 ncl.
Albej-a R.j 7 jJuly channel and
! good width.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
[Special Diipalch to The Call]
BAH PEDBO, Nov. s—The5 —The steamer J. ft, Stet
son arrived this morning. five days from Port
land via San Francisco, carrying passengers and
freight for the West Coast Steamship <-<iniiKiny
end $75.(HK> feet of lumber for the Southern Cali
fornia Lumber company niui others.
The Pacific Navigation company's steamer Tale
arrived this morning from San Francises with
paesenjeer* and freight and the etemner Harvard
cleared northbound this afternoon.
United State* torpodo boat destroyer* Whipple.
Hull. Stewart and Tnixtun. arrivlDg last night
from San Diejro. will remain in the outer 'narlwir
until Thursday to engxzr In «peed trial practtop.
The destroyer Paul Jones Railed this morning
for San Dh-p'.
The rteamer Btoaota arrived this mornin?. firp
days from Columbia rivr. ITip Tr»s><>l r.qrried
H5A.000 fret of lnrnh»r consigned to tiie K. K.
Wood Lumber company.
The »=t*>anier Vaotruard comnletpd the dlwhargo
of tviO.WK) font of lumber for thf Soul hern Cali
fornia Lumber rompany and cleared tonight for
Eureka to reload, takiog oassengcra aud freisut
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
BUUKJIAJJ—rroni Seattle r»r >an
Francisco; P:ls a", m., passed Point Arena:
fitronjr southeast wind: lough head »ca; expect
tfl arrife about u:;>U p. m.
STEAMER VENTURA-S V. m-. 62S miles from
lightship.
STEAMEJt MAVERICK—B p. m.. 413 miles off
Cape Blanco.
STEAMER WATSON -8 p. m., off Mendocino
lightship.
STEAMER NAVAJO—B p. m., 290 miles north
of San Francisco.
SEATTLE. Nov. 5.
STEAMER EDITH—Off Tort Ttiwnsend at 8 a. m.
STEAMER CAMOUSIN—Arrived Vancouver at 11
a. in.
STEAMER SENATOR—I)ff KUiz hook at Bp. ia.
STEAMER SPOKANE -Off Nanaimo at 7:30
p. m.
for \\\(\ West Coast Steamship company at San
Frt-ociaco.
Tfce steamer Excelsior finished discharging
550,000 feet of lumber for various consignees
and cleared for Coos Bay direct in ballast to
reload.
Tlj> oil steamer Roma finished discharging full
cargo of oil at the Terminal tanks and cleared
for Tort San Luis to reload.
The I'acifl.- Coast company's liner President
arrived tonislit from I'npet wound ports ria San
Frnticisi-o and Bedonda Beach with :jls pewengers
l and !*»;) ton« of freight and mer
chandised The President will proceed tomorrow
for San Diego, touching here northbound Ttaurs
dar.
The North Pacific company's steamer Roanoke
rcfiriwd tonight from San T)!ego and. taking
passengers aji.i additional cargo, proceeded for
Port laud via Son l-'ranHsoo and Aetorle.
Steamer IWis finished dtncbarglng MK>.OOO feet
of lumber fur ijn» B. K. Wood Lumber company
and cleared for Kedonrio Beacb. carrying 250.000
additional feet. It will go to Wlllapa harbor to
reload.
Freight steamer Curacao was in and ont today
fmm and to Ban Frnneisco and way ports with
several hundred tons of miscellaneous carjro con
elgneil to the Pac a o>»Pt Steamship citnpsnr.
Steamer lias completed the dis
charge of 000.(HK) f-pt mixed cargo of lumber
and ties and is scheduled to clear tomorrow for
Puget sound port* to r°load taking pawengers
and freight for the Merchants' Steamship com
pany at inn Francisco.
Steamer Yoeemite. now discharging 750.000
feet of lumber for the Cbarlen McCormick Lum
ber company at San Diego, will return here to
morrow and after taking passengers and freight
will proceed for S«n Francisco.
The report of the custom house for Or-tober
shows the arrlva] during the month of 212 ves
sels having net tonnage of 20i.4,V* and carry-
Ing in crews »,.>44 seamen. Woodstuffs formed
the principal items of Import and included
42.451.000 feet of lumber. 23.105.000 «hin«rles.
522.0t-*> shakes. o.OTO.IYm laths. JB.OOO railroad
ties. 48.400 doors and 2."-*>7 windows. During
the month 11.60-5 passenirer* arrived and 11.OR"
departed. Nine foreign vessels arrived having
tonnage of 21,95>t.
PORTLAND, Nov. 5. -To take on more wheat
cargo the British stenmer Srrathlyon shifted
from the Irving to the Xorth Bauk dock at iV.3O
o"clock this mornins:.
A. F. Mahony of the Olson & Mahony Steam
ship company is in Portland on business for the
firm.
Th» Paninh Arable N of the East
Asiatic line will load iin outward cargo of whent
here, being uader charter to Balfour. Guthrie *
Co. It is now at San Pedro «ll»charg!n? Inward
carsro from Europe. It is understood th-it the
other steamers of thtt line will make Portland
a port of tall with inward cargo in the future.
ASTORIA. Nor. ft.—The stenmer Stanley Dol
lar arriTed this morning from San FTanoisco with
carjro.
Stpam schooner Wasp sailed today for San
Fran.-isro with cargo of 650.000 feet'of lumber
lonrled at Prescort.
Tim schooner T. Hill, from San Francisco,
which tins heon trrinp fr> r nearly a month to
enter the port of Nehalern, put In to this port
last erenins after water supplies.
The «team schooner Oeorjte W. Fenwick ar
riTp<] today from Ran Francisco.
The Oceania Vance sailed today with a cargo
of lumbpr for California.
Steam schnonnr Yellowstone arrired from San
Fr«ncisr,-> this evening.
The stenmer" Csmilo this eventajr "from
San Francisco with frelplt and passengers.
SEATTLE. Nov. S.--Arrlvert— Stonmers North
umbrian, from Astoria: Edith. Waehtenaw. Atlnn,
towing bar;*' OS. from San Francisco; Jji Tonchp,
from southwestern Alaska; Jefferson, from Skae
way.
Srllpil— Stpame-s Tamba Nfaru. for the orient•
Columbian, for Tacoma; City of Puebla. for San
Francisco; Al Xi, for ooutheastern Alaska: Spo
kane, for Skafcway: Yukon, for Taeoma: r,r>v«>r
nor. for sound ports; Jeanic, for southeastern
Alaska. .
TACOMA. Not. .',.— Arrired— Stoamrr Colum
bian, from Seattle; steamer Strukon. from
Seattle.
Sailed—British steamer Pitzclarence, for Vie-
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FRENCH LINE
CIE. 6LE. TRANSATLANTiaXTE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE—PARIS
Sailing every Thursday »nd Saturday.
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE!
Every Thursday at 10 a. m.
!La Provence..Not. 7 La Provence..Dec. 5
L« Lorraine..Nov. 14 La Lorraine..Dec. 12
Frauce(new).Nov. 21 France (newt Dec. 19
La Toeralne..Nov. 28
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRfB
Every Saturday at 3 p. m.
Bocbatnbemu Bochambeau
(new) Nov. 9 (new) Dee 7
Chicago Nov. Iβ Chicago Dec. 1*
Mexico Nov. :<0 Vlrgini* Dec. 28
Niagara ..Nov. 30 NlHgarw .... D»c. j(g
TUGAZI BROS.. Pacific Coast Manager* 630
Montromery street. San Francisco.
CABIN OFFICE. 673 MAEKET STREET.
I Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture—
Weather Bureau, San Francisco. Nov. 5. 1912.
RAINFALL, DATA
STATIONS
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IS I ?
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r • ! •
73
I
g 2.O
p « g
Enn»k.i I i.tfiJ
Rp<i Bluff ( 0.5«
■iaeramorito
IfeOBt Tanwlpats j <>-23
<an Francisco I 0.03
<an .lose 0.00
"'rosno 0.00
Indepemleorp 0.00
»:!!] beta Ohippo 0.00
!.os Angles 0.00
5an Diego O.OQ
«.2R 4.54
5.78 2.76
1.91 l.«S
3.«2 2.01
1.97 l.ft
O.St 1.42
0.11 i 1.04
0.70 I 1.02
0.18 i 1.97
O.08 0.91
1.40 I O.'iO
2.05
1.47
0.18
o.:u
0.28
0.80
0.10
O.70
0.14
7.39
0.50
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following table* the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and ralDfall are given:
. '
- • - .
.
- ■: ■ ■


V?- :
1
STATIONS
i
T,
w
STATIONS
■<
I
-t.
'/
ri
C
a
\ ~
■:,-./•... ;•-■
II
II
I V'r^.'^^M^
■ -..'
BHkrr t44'36iO.O2
Hoisc !48|42|0.06
l>1 >lr>ote. ..je8j4SjO.OO|
Eureka !oR52|1.62
Flnystaff .... 5O2SJO.00
Krosno ■Cβ 4-.' t <».00
Helena 62 32 0.00
Honolulu ... ..74 Tr. i
InrlppciKleuce .",ej28 0.00
Kalispell .... 44 32 0.01
Los Angeles.. 66150 0.00
Mwiena Uβ 26 0.001
Mt.Tamalpaie 47J43 0.23|
North Head.. 152 48 0.52
Pboenlx 70 46(0.00
Pocatello . .. !4ft|34 | O.OOl
Pf. Ro.ves Lt.!S4|5l|0.47
PnrH.nri i.-.«lRO 2<>l
Bed Bluff....
Reno
1.00
>.20>
>.O2
t.00
f.00
1.02
t.00
• .00
>.01
>.22
i a9
Roefhurg ...
Seerametito..
Salt.
Han Pirgo....
San Jo««>
B. L. Obispo. !
SE. Farallon.j
I
[Spokane j
jTacomn J
Tatoosh !
>.oo
'.10
».04
(.00
jTonopah
:Walla Walla.'
> liiTivmui'CB. I
'uma J
EASTERX STATIONS
Abilene
AlMiew ,»V:O*;l».w (IVlUJiVlIie . . . ,00;<J4jU.UU
Atlantic City.|62!50;o.00 Louinville .. .|66'52]O.Oo
Boston 164 4410.00 Memphis !ftS|56|0.00
Buffalo ! fte48|O.OOjlMontgomery..!68!54!o.OO
Charleston . .'72 !M|0.02!|M«>nti-«Mil ... 52 40 Tγ.
Ciitcafrr> 58 .. .'?,6!2fii0.00
Denver !r>2!30-O.OOi|Xew Orleans, iTO 60 0.02
Defi Moine*.. 60142 0.01 JNew York... 162 42iO.0O
PodRp City. .!e0 42 l 0.00||North Pl&tte.'5e +0J0 00
Dulutb , 44j28;0.Ol|i0kIahoni'« .. .|ee!5A 0.39
rhirango . .. . :4«>32 O.OOHPittKburg .. .I62I4SI0.0O
Eastport . .. . 'r»S|40;o.OOj Roswell 'neUo'O.OO
Galvestrtn ... TO 6810.00 St. Ixiale j 58;4S1.26
Green Bay... "4136 O.OOIjSt Paul [54JSe|0.00
Hattpran .. JT0J54 O.OOlJTampa J80!e4'0.oo
Havre '521. . 0.001 Toledo eol42iO.O«
Huron IM8010.00 jce!40!0.00
.TackprniTme..7e[eo;o.O4l Winnippg ...;36!2e] Tγ.
Kansas ( , Jty..|64"48!0.94'
!
•ALASKA STATIONS
Eagle !24!l8!0.00| Tanana '2OJ RJO.OO
Nome 3« 3210.02 Valdez [SeiOiO.OO
Sitka ... ;5O 3410.001 Dutch Harbor[3C|3o|o.l6
•Afternoon report* of precr-dlntc day.
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
Th* , storm over th* , north Pacific coast is mow
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
LOSINGELES ~>™
•SAXTA BARBARA
SAN DIEGO
EUREKA (Y^Sln
SEATTLE Hv\7o7
TACOMA VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
ALASKA
Berth and Meals Included in Fare
LEAVE FBOM PIERS 9 and 11
Lo* Anitelea. San THego, * Santa Barbara
President or Governor Every Monday, 2 p. m.
•Queen Every Thursday, 11 a. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle (Direct), 1 aroma. Towneend,
A'trtorfn, VancnitTer, Alaaka
President or Governor Every Saturday. 2 p. va.
Governor—Sat., Nov. Iβ. 4:45 p.m. Instead 2 p.m.
City of Puebla or UmaliJla. .Every Toes., 2 p. m.
Eureka (Hutnboldt Bay)
Topeka..Xov. B, 10, 14. Iβ! 22, 28; Dec. 2, 12 m.
Alaska (raises. 1913. Leare Seattle
Spokane. June 18: July 2, 16, SO: Aug. 13, 10 p.m.
Nome, St. Michael (Dfreet)
Sailings. Season 1913 will be announced later.
Hight reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICE—Palace Hotel, 653 Market
st.; 16 Market st. and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearny 493.
OAKLAND. 1226 Broadway; tei. Oakland r.BSO.
BERKELEY. 2125 Shattuck ay.; tel. Berkeley 44.
C. D. DL'XAXX. Passenger Traffic Manager.
FOR COMFORT
TAKE THE
MODERN STEAMERS
PORTLAND A LOS ANGELES
ROSE CITY Jk BEAVER
Palls 12 noon Satis 11 a. m.
today , . tomorrow.
Not. c. -4HbW Xot, ~ ,fl '
First class jflk clan
flO, $12. S7.W.
-d Class "<* Clee»
• 6 UW $0-3 -
EEKTH and HKAU Included.
The San Francisco & Portland S. S. Co.
A. OTTINGKK, General Agent.
Tkt. offlc*. 722 Mkt. op. Call; trt. gutter 2244
8 Eaet St. opp. Ferry bldg.; tel. gutter 2842
Berkeley office, 2105 Shattuck; tfl. Berk. 331
Sacramento, Jas. Warrack. 804 X st.
®~AMERICAN"HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
HrKular Fast Freight Service
NEW TOKK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing from New York every six days,
making direct connections with Pacific
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz,
Mcx every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
ratee and through bills of lading. Sail
ings from San Francisco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM. Gen
eral Agents, 8 Bridge street, New
York. WILLIAMS. DIMOND & CO..
General Agents. Pacific Coast.
810 Sansome St.. ban Francisco.
IOYO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
8. 8. Shinyo Maru (new)—
Saturday. October 19, 1912
S. 8. Chiyo Maru (via Manila direct)
Friday, November 15, 1912
S. 8. Nippon Maru (intermediate service saloon
accommodations at reduced rates)
Saturday, December 7, 1919
8. 8. Tenyo Maru Friday, December 13, 1912
Steamers sail from company's pier, No. 34,
near foot of Brannan et.. at 1 p. m., for Yoko
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe
(Hiogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamers for Manila.
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
of selling. Hound trip tickets at reduced rates.
for freight and passage apply at ofttce, fourth
floor, Western Metropolis National Bank build
ing, 625 Market St. W. H. AVERY,
Assistant General Manager.
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIN SCREW 10.000-ton eteamers
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" and "VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD—SBOO let cabin; $375 2d cabin,
via Ceylon, Egypt. lUly, etc. Liberal siop-overg.
Honolulu sailings Nor. 19, Dec. 3. 17, etc., 2p. m.
Sydney sailings. Nov. 19. Bee- IT, etc., 2 p. m.
Write for wire NOW for berths. Send for
°OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 678 Market St.
Phone Suttw 645.
I UAUAI 111 It S. 8. LUBLIN X sails Not.
HONOLULU if *■ * ip4 h k*a «&
Nov. S. b. HONOLULAN
sails Nf,v. 27. New steamers, 13,000 tons dis
placement. Leave Pier No. 38, 12 o'clock noon
Round trip. $110 and up. Direct service to tUe
Volcano.
BIATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
268 Market it.. S*a Frtaciico.
ing rest through the northern tier of etates. It
has caused rnin In Washington. Oregon and north
ern California, also In Idaho and northern Nevada.
A well marked depression extends from Texas to
Minnesota, and there have been some heavy rains
In Kansas and Missouri. At St. Louis 1.26 inches
lms fallen in the last 24 holms. A thunder
storm is reported at Kansas City. The weather
has been fair in the Atlantic coast states, except
from South Carolina to Florida, where high north
winds ;ind rain are reported. Warm weather con
tinues east of the Mississippi. There hae been a
rIM ni 10 degrees at Boston. New York and
Kuleipli. On the Pacific slope there have been do
changes of Importance.
FORECAST
Forecast made at Sara Francisco for the 30 boars
ending at midnight November 6. 1012:
San Francisco and vicinity—Light showers
Wednesday, breaking away duriog th« day; mod
erate south wind. "
Santa Clara valley—OoMdy Wednesday, break
ing away during the day; moderate south wind.
Sarramento valley—Light showers Wednesday;
moderate south wlr.d.
San Joaquin valley—Cloudy Wednesday; light
south wind.
California south of the Tehaehap!—Cloudy
Wednesday; light south wind.
A. G. McADIE, District Forecaster.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ARRIVED
Tuesday. November 5,
R:2O a. m.. Mmr National City, Boetrotn. 14
hours from Mendoelno. 320,000 feet lumber to
Union Lumber company.
6:25 a. ni.. stmr St. Helens. .Tamieson, SO
hours from San Pedro, via Port San Luis 23
hours; ballast to E. J. Dodge tc Co.
7:55 a. m., stmr Avalon. Christiansen. 32 hours
from Ban IVdro: passengers and merchandise to
Independent SteamAip company.
7:13 a. m.. attnr Columbian, 77ij dars
from Philadelphia, Tin Taltal 21 days; merchan
dise to California and Atlantic Steamship com
pany.
2:10 p. m.. stmr Rose City. Rankln. 26 hours
from San Pedro; passengers and merchandise to
San Francisco and Portland Steamship company.
2 a. m., Ptmr Cliiremont, Henspn. (17 hours from
Columbia river: 700.000 feet lumber to Hart-
Wood Lumber company.
2:20 a. m.. utmr Homer. Wall. 56 hours from
Coos Bay; passengers and merchandise to W. S.
Scamraell.
2:00 a. m.. etmr Brooklyn. Svensen. 57 hours
from Bandou: passengers end merchandise to
Sudden and Cbrlstensen.
5:25 p. m.. strnr Buckman. Wilson, TS hours
from Seattle: passengers and merchandise to
Alaska Pacific Steamship company.
CLEARED
Tuesc3ay. November 5.
Stmr Kureka. Vancouver, etc.; Pa
cific Coast Steamship company.
SAILED
Monday, November 4.
11:50 p. m.. barge Wanhougal, Hughes, Grays
Harbor, in tow tue Daring.
ft p. m.. stmr Col. B. l>. Drake. Badger, Se
attle, with barge f>s In tow.
9 r>. ni., barge 9.". Daniels, Seattle, In tow cf
etuir Col. E. L. Drake.
Tn°sd«y. November $.
1:38 a. m., atmr Lyra. Mi-Donald. Portland.
2:2 ft p. in., stmr Sierra. Houdlette. Honolulu.
ft:2s a. m.. stmr Pasadena. M<"<Tovern. Albion.
12:10 p. m., Rtmr City of Topeka, Harris, Eu
reka.
12:10 p. m., U. S. stmr Sherman, Hall. Manila
via Honolulu.
2:10 p. m., stmr t'matllla, Rellly. Victoria.
2:25 p. m., stmr Alcatrax, Anderson, Green
wood.
3:20 p. m., etmr Mandalar. Lofstrom, Crescent
City.
% RAILWAY TRAVEL
Through the
GRAM) CANYON
OF TIIK FEATHER RIVER
nnd THE HOVII. GORGE
The "Pannmn-Fiu-lfl' , " Rxpreii and
The "1915" Mall
Leave and are due to arrive I'nlon
Ferry Depot from June 9, 1912.
Lea re Through Trains Arrive
9:10* Salt Lake, Denver, Oiuaha, Chicago,
Kansas City, St. I*mis 8:48p
7:30p Salt Lake, Denver, Omaha, Chicago.
Kansas City, St. Louie 8:30 a
9:10 a Sacramento 8:30 a
7:30p do 8:45p
9:10 a.. Stockton 8.30 a
4:10p do 10:80 a.
7:30p-. do «:4<>p
Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars via
Denver & Rio Grande and Burlington Route, via
Denver St Rio Grande and Rock Island Lines, ria
Denver and Rio Grande and Missouri Pacific.
Through Trains. Observation Csrs. Dining Cars,
Electric Lights and Electric Fans.
Schedule Effective
Nov. 6, 1912
San I'ranoisro
ITXIOX FERRY DEPOT
Lfave j VIA SaTsAI.ITO | Arrirp
7:-4oßil'ptnluma, Santa Rosa, Healds
i f«irs;. Cloverdalp. T'kiah,;
I AVtllits, I»ngvale, ••Sebas-j
tnpol ' J 7:05p
8:15 a Sonotpa, Glen Ellen !ft6:osp(
i \ t6:35p I
8:15 a Pt. Reyfß. Camp Mockpr. Monte t tßi.T'.p )
I Rio, Duncan Mills. Caxtdern.j { J7:35p S
S:4sa Petalnma. Santa Kosh, Guerne
villo. Montp Hie Duncan , ( ?ft:3r>pl
Mill*. Cazadoro (leaves from| ( J7:35p J
i Duncan Mills* j
1 10:45aPptalun]a. Santa Rosa. Healds-,
I burg 5:05p
l:4sp)Pet»himK. Santa R<v=a. (iuprne-.
ville. Monte Itio, Duncan
Mills i 10:.V,a
r 2:45p Tt. Keyps, Camp Mpeker I
3:lop'Petalunia, Santa Rosa, H«>alds-[
! hitrg, Clovprdalp. I'kiah.l
j WilUt!>. •Sebast.'po! 11 :.T"a
4:4sp'Sonoma, (JU-n EllPti j 0:35 a
s:lop:PPtaluma. Santa Ross. Healris-!
i hiirg ' f):O.*s
KUKCTRIi; .SCBLUBAN VIA .SAUSAIJTf>
Sansalito. Mill Valley. San Rafael--Daily
every 30 minutes from fi:4s c. m. until 9:4."5
a. m.: hourly until 2:4." p. in., thon 3:1"> p. ni.
and every ."!O minutes intll 7:t."> p. in., then 0:15,
11:15 p. m. and 12:"5O a. m.
Fairfax—l>ares +r.:4r,. 7:1.".. 7:i5, S:l.". 8:43,
»:16, !>:4.V 10:45. 11:45 a. m.; 12:45, 1:45, 2:45.
3:1.", 3:1". 4:1.'-. 4:4.'. 5:15. 5:43 6:15, 6:45.
7:4.-.. S4:l r.. 11:15 p. in.; a. m.
San Quentin yin Sen Rafael—Leave daily at
9:1. T . a. m. and 1:45 p. in.
Tlttiiron ami Relredere —Daily ptpi-t hour tmm
fi:4."> a. m. until 1:4.". p. m.; then "ii", p. m. SBfl
evtry h'.iir imlil 8:18, then 7:4;>. 9:15 and 11:1."
p. ML anil 1 '_':"!> a. m.
*AiTivps ilally 10;:;."i n. m. ••Arrives Sundays
7:05 p. in.. wri>k days BtSS p. in. i Ex-ept Pun
days, rSnndnys only. 'Saturdays only.
Pacific Trnnsfer rompan.v's agents arp author
ized to olierU ,iirr-i : from residence.
MUIR WOODS jrfSttok.
OR Sβ
MT. TAMALPAIS^^J
VIA SAUSALITO FERRY IB^
UNION DEPOT, FOOT OF MARKET STREET
lUmd Trip, $1J0; CwnMmd Trig. $1.90 T
U.SwfmclMt I it.WalrWwfa jf. m. hmlyals
WeAJay SmUrWeaUay S—Jay Weekday Swag
9:45 a 8:45* t 7:20 a 11:50 a 7:20* 10:40*
1:45(» 9:45 a 1-40p112:50p |:40p 11:40 a
• 4:45* 10:45 a 2:40» 1:50p 4:45p 1:40p
11:45 a 4:50* 2:50* • 8:35p 2:40?
1:45» 3:50P 3:40f
2:45P 4;4C» 4:40«
•Saturdaysonly, f Mondays only. * Mr. Tamalpai* ouly.
( Sausalito Ferry—Tel. Kearny 4980
Ticket Offices •< 687 Markrt—Tel. Ke»my 2751
( 874 Market—Tel. Doii(tlas44o7
General Office—Mill Valley. Cal. Tel. Mill Valley Sub. 81
"Tmn • I laualpiii" ud "Mclrl m" an ilwijs itn tar tuttt
Mara bUnd Navy Yard. "Villejo. Napa. St H«len*. cThstcfa
BoaU leave 7:00 9:40 a. m. 12:30. 3.20. 6:00. 8:30 p m.
Deck and oßce. North End ferry Builduie
Pbonec Kearoy 406: Horn* C 4708. Meali a la carte.
..,...■ y- A PJEgg-.QgJg A Jy--T*AyEi J _^__^
A^AatP^^^a^^^^Lß^a^^^a^y'WP^vßß
■ For folders, tickets, etc.. apply Pacific Nav-f
ligation Co., 680 Market St.. Ban Francisco.|
AUSTRALIA
and New Zealand
SYDNBY VIA TAHITI AND WELLINGTON:
8. S. AORANOi (8,000 tons) sails 11 a. m., Nov.
13; S. S. TAHITI (12.000 tons) -ails 11 a. tu..
Dee. 11. And every 28 days thereafter.
UNION 8. 8. CO. OF NEW ZEALAND. LTD.
HIND, aOLPH aY CO., G«a. Act*., 310 Cal. St.
Iklwt Of&o*, 679 Market at.; UL DoiutUa 3100.
3:30 p. tn., stmr Santa Clara, Jessen. San
Pedro, etp.
4:30 p. in., stmr Eureka, Xystrom, VancouTer,
B. C, etc.
SdS p. tn., stmr St. Helens. Taniieson, Astoria
and Portland.
i*g p. tn.. Btmr Bee, Wehnian, SVnttle.
8:50 p. m.. stmr Marshfleld. Ahlin. Hardy
creek.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS. Nov. .-,, lo p. m.—Weather
loggy; wind S; Telocity 1+ miles an hour.
mmL _ m WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOS. Nov. 5. 9 a. vi.—Foggy; wind
S; velocity S miles xn hour.
POINT REYES. Not. 5. 9 a. m.—Raining;
wind S: Telocity 26 miles an bour.
FARALLOXES , . Not. 5, 9 a. m.— Cloudy; wind
SE: velocity IS miles an hour
TATOOSH. Not. 5. 9 a. m.— Cloudy; wind S;
Telocity 2m miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS. Not. 3. 12 m.—Cloudy; wind
S: Telocity S miles an hoor
POINT LOBOS. Xov. 5, 3 p. m.—Cloudy; wind
S; Telocity 8 miles »n hour
DOMESTIC PORTS
PORT GAMBLE—Sailed Nov. s—ScUr James
H. Bruce, for >S*m I'cdio.
WESTPORT—Barbound Not. 3-Stn>M Santa
Monica and San Jaelnto. for San Francisco
PORT TOWNSEND-SaUed Nov. o-BktnM»rv
vvinkelman. for Pear! harbor.
PORT SAN LTIS-ArriTed Not. .'. r. a m —
Sfmr VTm. F. Herrin. from Portland; Ha m
bktn Fiillerton. in tow tug Dauntless.
Sailed Not. 5, 7 p. m.—Stmr Wm. F. Herrin.
for Portland; bktn Fullerton, in tow tu C Daunt
less, for San Francisco.
ASTORIA—SaiIed Not. 5, 11 „. m.—Schr
Oceania Vance for San Diego; 8 a. tn.. stmr
Yt asp, for San Francisco.
ArriTed Not. 5, 0 a. m.—Stmr Aurrlia. from
Knreka; 4 p. m.. stmr Cnmino. hence Nov. ;;■ 5
p. m.. stmr Yellowstone, hence Nor. 2
ArriTed Not. 5, 7 a. ui.—Stmr (ion.' W Fen
W j'*, v™ San I>e ' ho: stmr Stl »nlcy Dollar,
J-ATOOSU^r a s.sed xov 5. 10:20 a. m.-Stmr
Ibomas L. Wand, from Everntt for San Fran
elßcri; 9 a. in., Br stmr Gray, from - for
~i 8: *? »• n! - GJerrtmr Sfebara, from Puget
sound for San Francisco.
I'nssed Not. 5. 3:20 p. m.—Stmr Olson & Ma
&?; t h BulinU; stmr seu -
Sailed Not. s—Stmre Bandon and Alaskan, for
San i rancisoo.
Nov " 4 - Simr Bo^oiD.
<s/^ OM^~« rriT ' Xl N tT- »-**»' y»ko n . from
Seattle: L S. stmr Manitanita, from
barge W aslnntfton. from Alaska
l7ilT^°% r % S / mr £ Olumb,a "' from Seattle.
Sailed Nov. -s—Stmr Nome City, for Everett-
T . X stmr Manzanita. stmr City of i>,i P hj a i»
g^ g ßr Bt,ur FiUcUrence, for Kobe
SEATTLE—ArriTed Not ." t> m _ Rr _ t
Northuuibrian. from Astoria; "stin'r Edith, hence
RAIIiWAY
Bvw*V* « k 8 I *w *
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO
VIA OAKLAND PIER
L»* (Foot of Market Street) Arrive'
(Subject to change without notice)
2.15 a Mies, Livermore, Tracy, Lathrop,
Stockton, Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove,
Sacramento, Roseville, Auburn.Colfax !0.40p
2.15 a Sacramento, Marysville, Biggs, Chico. 10.40p
6.40 a Richmond, Port Costa. Martinez. An
tioch, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy.
Patterson. Newman. Los Banoe,
Ingle, Kemun, Fresno 11.59*
8.40 a San Leandro, Hayward, Niks, San
Jose 6.50p
7.00 a The Statesman—Richmond. Vallejo
Junction, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
eun, Elmira, Davis, Sacramento G.&Dp
7.00 a Elmira, Vacaville, Rumsey 7.Wp
7.20 a Goldfield Pass.—Truckee, Haien. Wa- I
buska (Yerrington. Hudson), Mina,
Tonopah. Goidfield. Laws, Keeler . 8.1 Oa
7.20 a Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun. k
Dixon, Sacramento 7.50p
720 a Roseville, Marygyille (Oroville), Red
ding, Dunsnurir 10.40p
720 a Davis. Woodland, Williams, Maxwell.
_ Willows, Hamilton, Coming, Red
Bluff 7.50*
720 a Nile*. Pleasanton, livermore, Tracv,
Lathrop, Stockton (Oakdale), Lodi,
Sacramento 7.30*
720* Tracy. Patterson, Newman, Los Banes. i
Ingle, Kerrnan, Fresno 4.30p
7.40 a Richmond, Yallejo, Naps. Calittoga, I
Santa Rosa. Crockett, Port Costa.. 8.1 Op
f7.40a Avon, Walnut Creek, San Ramon,
livermore t6.50p
B.ooa Newark, West San Jose, Los Gatos,
Wright, Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul
der Creek), Santa Crui X.so*
•40a Fort Costa. Martinez. Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy, (Stockton), Merced,
Berenda, Madera, Fresno, Fow\er,
Selma, Traver. Goaaen Junction
(Hanford, Armona), Tulare, Bak
ersfield , 4.30p
e.4oa Visalia, Lindsay, Porterville, Ducor.. 7.1 Op
8.40 a Yoseroite Valley via Merced 4.30p
9.00 a Irvington, San Jose 7.30p
B.ooa Mies, Pleasanton, Livermore, Stock
ton (*Milton.i, Valley Spring. lone, [
Sacramento 4.30p
t.OOa Tuolumne.Sonora. Jamestown. Angels 2.50p
9.00 a Atlantic Express—Sacramento. Truc
kee, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver.
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago 8.30p
t\ooa Tonopah-Goldfleld Standard Sleeper . B.loa
9.00 a VaUejo Junction, Vallejo | yfJJ*
9.40 a Richmond, San Pablo. Pinole. Vallejo
Junction, Crockett, Port Costa, Mar
tinez, Avon, Concord, San Ramon. 6.10p
1020* San Francisco Overland Limited —Den-
ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Omaha,
Chicago 2.10p
10.40 a Vallejo, Mare Island, Nap* 12.50p
10.40 a Stockton { 'jtfg
1040 a Log Angeles Passenger—Port Costa,
Martinez, Byron Hot Springs. Tracy.
Stockton, Merced, Madera. Fresno,
(Hanford, Coalinga, Visalia), Bak
ersfield, Los Angeles 7.10p
1120 a Shasta limited—Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle 8.50p
12.000 Richmond, Port Costa. Benicia. Sui-1 10.30 a
sun, Elmira, Dixon, Sacramento . f 11,10 a
12.00H Davis.Williams, Colusa June.Willows.
Germantown, Orland, Hamilton.... 6.50p
12.00n Marygviile, Chico. Red Bluff 4.30p
I.OOp Niles. Irvington, San Jose 2.50§
1.20p San Leandro, Nile*. Centerville, New
ark, (Redwood), San Jose 7.50p
1.40p Newark, Alviso, Agnew, Santa Clara,
West San Jote IO.OOp
2.40p San Leandro, Niles. San Jose 7.30p
3.00* Benicia,Winters, Sacramento —Wood-
land. Tudor, tuba City, Marysville.
OroviUe M.IOa
•20* Richmond, PoriCosta,Martinez, Byron
Hot Springs, Modesto, Merced, Ma
dera. Fresno 10.40p
4«K»* Port CosU, Martinez, Concord, Wal
nut Creek, San Ramon. Livermore. 9.30 a
4.00* Richmond, Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga,
Glen Ellen, Santa Rosa 9.30 a
4.00p Niles, (Ceaterville, Newark). SunoL
Pieasaavon, iiverraore, Tracy,
Stockton, uodi, Sacramento 12.50*
4.40* San Leandri, Hayward. Niies. Pleas
anton, Livermore 8.30 a
4.40p Irviagtoa. Sao Jose. . ..« 9.30t j
440* Tracy,Patterson, Newman, Los Banos,
Kernaa, Fresno 10.40*
440* Valley Flyer—Port Costa, Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy, Modesto. Merced.
Madera, Fresno. Goshen Junction,
Tulare. BakersSeld. Mojave. Los
Angeles 12.50*
MO* Vallejo. Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun.
Sacramento. Rosevitle. Linmm,
Wheatlaod. Marysville (Oroville),
Gridley, Bi«s, Chico 11.30 a
t\oo* Davis. Arbuckk Williams. Willow?,
Oriand.Teham» 10.40p
6.00* Newark. Santa Clan, West San Jose. 9.30 a
520* San Leandro, Lorenao. Hayward,
Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore,
Tracy, Sto-ktr>n 3.1 Oβ
S.2o* Owl Limited—Port Costa, Tracy.
Fresno, Loi An?eles t B.loa
•20* Hayward, N r ilei and S«n Jo<« 6.50*
•.40* Eastern Express —Ojden, Pueblo.Den
ver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago 8.30?
6b4o* Port Costa, Benida, S lisun, Ehnira,
Sacramento, Colfax, Truckee, Reno,
Sparss 8.30p
VjOOV China and Japan Mail —Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas City.
Omaha, Chicago 3.1 Op
MO* Pert Costa. Byron Hot Springs. Stock*
ton, Sacramento, Colfax, Truckee,
M *k ao 3.10*
XMtof Richmond, (Vallejo). Port Costa, Mar
tinez, Concord, Walnut Creek,
Pleasanton. Niles, Oakland a 12.45 a
120* Oregon Express—Sacramento, Rose
ville, Marysville, Redding,(Klamath
Falls), Ashland, Portland. Tacoma,
Seattle. Spokan? I.lo*
9.00* Mt. Eden, Alrarado. Newark, Santa
Clara, San Jom 7.50p
9.40* Bakersaeki. McrClttrick, Hazleton,
Monarch. Mor.n, Fellow, Shale.... 7.50 a
9.40* Richmond. Port Costa, Tracy, Mo
desto, Merced, Madera, Fresno,
Hanford, Tulare 7.50 a
9.40* Hanford. Araoaa, Lemoore, Huron,
Coalinga 7.50 a
9.40* Visalia. Exeter, Lindsay, Porterville.
Ducor, Fanosg 7.50 a
Ml2O* Portland Express— Da vi\ Willows,
Red Bluff, Weed, (Klamath Falls).
Asolani. Roasburg, Portland. Ta
coma, Seattle 7.30 a
■ETHERUNOB ROUTE-Fro-n Pacific Street Wharf ]
Thie route offers exceptional opportunity for Auto- I
mobilises to reach all p->int» oa the Sacramento River
CoLinsville, Emmaton. Rio Vista, Isle ton. Ryde, Walnut
Grove, Vord-sn. Court-land. Clarkib urg, Sacramento.
Stwtm Seminol* or Ntvjjo. leaves San Francisco 8.30
a. m. daily except Sunday and Wednenday, arriving
Sacramento 7.00 p. m. Sacramento 8.30 a. m.
daily except riunday and Wednesday, arriving Saa
rmncisco 5.30 p. m. Stopping in either direction at all
points shown above.
StMnw Modoc or Apacha. teaves San Francisco 1.00
p. m. daMy, except Sunday; arrive San Francbco 11.30
p. m. daily except Monday.
J"«» l*ay»jo or Scminola. leaves San FranHsra
».00 p. m. daily except Sunday, arriving Sacramento
7.00 a. m. daily except Monday. Sacramento
».00 p. m. d*ifv except Sundays, arriving San Francisco
AW a. m. daily cxa-pt Monday. Jio stow ej route in
dtim direction, _
Not. 1; 1 a. m.. stmr 3t9frtws, frhm Bkafwar;
10 a. ni.. stmr Tctichc. from STcaewav. Nov.
4—Stmr Yukon, beoce Sot. 31: V. S. rtmr l>i\
frr>m Manila vi« Honolulu; stmr Goreraar, liciv
Nov. 2.
Sailed Not. ,", 10:-".0 a. m. —Jap utrar ThoiS:.
Maru. for Yokohama: I<> a. m.. stmr 3p«fct>nr.
for Skapway.
ABERDEEN— Arrirwl Sot. ■", 0 a. m.—9tait
<l- C, IJndaucr stmr I'aUy Mitcbcli. bebec
Not. 2.
EASTERN PORTS
NEW YORK—Arrived Nov. 4— Br etmr ten
noY, from Iloilo.
CAPE HENRY I'ass&d >'or. «— Br *tmr Chiii
cha, for Valparaiso
ISLAND PORTS
HONOLT'LU—Arrived Nor. 5. C:4fl a. m Br
stmr Makura, from Sydney for VaucoiiTer;
p. m., U. S. stnir Tlionias, froui Manila: itmr
Mexican, from Seattle.
Sailed Not. 5, 7 n. m. -Br stmr Xilp, for San
Fran.'iKco; r> p. tn.. Br stmr Makura. for Vi'Mj-- i.
MANILA -Sailed Nov. 1 -Br stmr St. Egbert,
for New York.
FOR-K.W PORTS I
PINTA ARENAS—PUSH Not. 1— O*r Ktrar
Sisak. henrp Aug. 31 for Hamburg, etc.
Sailed Not. 1 —Ger stmr Sals, hence Aujf 20
fot Hftnubifrij •<(«.
PERlM—Paeswl Not. *—Bγ Btnar Teueer. from
Tacoma. etc., for Liverpool.
KLSIIIRO—SaiIed Nor. 4 -Br stmr Clan Mac
iTer. for San Die>:o.
VICTORIA—SaiIed Nor. s—Japs—Jap stmr Tamlm
Maru. for Yokoiiamn.
IQL'lQUE—Arrived prior Not. 4— Br stmr EI
Lobo. hence Oet 9.
VALPARAISO —Arrivei! prior Not. 4—Nor
stmr Arna. from New York.
HCKNAVENTI'RA — Sailed Not. I— Br etmr
Bellgrano, for Vaneoovrr.
VANCOUVER— ArrtTed Not. s—Schr Philip
pine from Valparaiso tib Victoria.
YOKOHAMA—SaiIed Nov. :i—Stmr Mongolia,
for S'.in Francisco via Honolulu.
OCEAN STEAMERS
QI'EEXSTOWN- Arrived Not. B—Stmr Fran
eonta, from Boston for LiTerpool. and proceeded.
PORT SAlD—Arrived Nov. S —Stmr Clerelaud.
from New York.
VLADIVOSTOK -Arrited prior Not. s—Stmr
Mexico Maru. from Seattle.
LIVERPOOL- Salted Nov. ."— Stmr Arabic, f>r
Boston.
SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed Not. s—Stmr Ik
tonla. for Montreal.
MONTREAL— ArriTed Not. s—Stmr5 —Stmr Saturia.
from GlasjroT, - . #
NEW YORK—ArriTed Not. s~~Stmr Finland,
from Antwerp; stmr Kronprinz Wilhelm, from
Bremen.
PLYMOUTH-ArriTed Not. s—Stmr President
Grant, from New Terk for Hamburg.
Memoranda
Pw <<tn>r Columbia -Had pa«terly gale off Pap«
Viijtin 'laniir-rinsi doors of cabins, and experieaced
he.-ivy NX gale OOteldo Capo IMllnr.
Per Br stmr Invcric- -N"V. 4. IS miles NW r>f
Point Bejes, saw a four rousted schooner, b»und
In.
TRA\'EL
ARRIVE FROM SEPTEMBER 15. 1912
VIA COAST L.IINB
Leave (Third and Townsend Streets) ■* Arrive
(Subject to change without notice)
t 5.05* Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno t 6.35*
6.30 a South San Francisco, San Jose, Gibroy.
(HoUieter, Tres Pinosi, Sargent, Pa
jaro, Watsonville, Santa Cm 7.50*
t 6.30 a toe Altos, Mona Vista. Los Gatos.... J9.45t
t 7.00 a South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Jose, Way Stations 7.20*
t 7.00 a Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gatoe . 7.20*
B.ooa Shore Line Limited—Paso Robles Hot
Springs, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles 9.50*
8.05 a Mayfield, Los Altos.Los Gatos.Wright,
Glenwood (Boulder f'rwki, Santa
Cnu. Watsonville'. Castroville, Del
Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove.... 9.059
9.00 a San Jose. Gilroy. Sargent, Salinas,
Soledad. San Miguel. Paso Roblee
Hot Springs, San Luis Obiepo 4.00*
9.00 a Hollister. Tres Pinos—Vvateonvills,
Santa Crui—Del Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove 4.OCj
10.40 a South San Francisco, BurKngame, San
Msteo, Palo Aito, San Joee t 6 30t
10.40 a Los Altos. Monta Vista, Los Gatos.... 12.30*
11.30 a \ a!encia Street. Ocean View. Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno I .Sop
■ 11.40 a South San Francisco, San Jose t 8.20 a
' 1.20* Saturdays only—San Mateo. Redwood,
Mayfield, Mountain View. San Jose 10.E0*
1.20* Saturdaysonly—Los Altos, Mona Vista,
LosGatoe *... $3.25t
i 2.00* Del Monte Express—San Jose, Giiroy.
Sargent (Watsonville), Santa Cru;.
.Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove.
(Salinas) 12.30*
i 2.05* Earton, San Mateo, Palo Alto, San
Jose 8.40 a
t 2.10* South Fan Frannsco, Redwood, Fan
Jose t 11.30 a
j 3.00* South San Francisco, Fan Mateo. San
Jose. Gilroy, Trej Pinos, Salinas... 10.1 Oa
3.00* Watsonville Santa fniz, Castrnville.
Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove 10.1 Oa
3.25* Burlingame, Fan Mateo. Redwood.
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Los Altoe, Los
Gatos 5.30?
4.00* Sunset Express—Tucson, Demicg, El
Paso, Houston. New Orleans, Chi
cago 9.1^5
4.00* Washington Sunset Route—Washing
ton, D. C., .New York and East 0.15 a
4.00* Salinas, Paso Roblee Hot Springs.
i-an Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara,
Ventura and Los Angeles 9.15 a
4.00* Kansas City, St Louis, Chicago » !5»
4.20* South San Francisco, San Jose t ?•£»■■*
f 4.55* Santa Qna Limited-Mayfield, h~
Altos, Los Gatos, Felton,
Creek.) Santa Crui t 8.45*
t 5.05* Burlingame. San Mateo. Palo Alto.
San Jose and Way stations 9.45*
t 5.20* Redwood. Atherton, Menlq Park,
Palo Alto, Mayfield. Mountain Yif*
Sunnyvale, San Jose t $.t>3*
t S.2o* Loe'Altos, Monta Viet a, Los Gatoe f P.4o*
t 5.25* Eaeton, Redwood, Mountain View.
San Jose I.Mf
t 5.30* Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View,
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Towneend t 6.43?
6.40* San Bruno, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San Jose...
i 5.40* Los Altos, Monta Vista. Los Gatoe.... 7.2 C?
t 6.00p Millbrae. San Mateo, Redwood. May
field, Loe Altos. Los Gatos T B.oo*
t 6.05* 23d Street. Visitation. South San
Francisco, Valencia Street t 7.15t
6.30p South San Francisco, San Joee 5.45*
7.40p The I.ark—Paso Robles Hot Springs.
Santa Barbara. Los Angeles 9.30 a
8.1 Op San Jose and Way Stations 7.30 a
IO.OOp Los Angeles Passenger— Salinas. Paso
Robles Hot Springs, San Luis Obis
po, Santa Barbara and Los Angelea 8.25*
10.05p South >an Francisco, San Joee 1i.55p
11.45* South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Joee 7.45p
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS-Vii AUmeda Pier.
To Oakland, 14th and Franklin Stt —
6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 16 and 4a minutes past the
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30. 9.15, 10.00. 10.45.
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
To Alameda. North and South Side—
6.15. 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past the
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30. 9.15, 10.00. 10.4&
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
LOCAL FERRY TRAINS—Via Oakland Pnr.
To Oakland. Itth St.. and B«rkt!«y via Shattuek Avu
and Ellsworth St. Lines.—Dail) —From 6.00 a. in., and
every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m., inclusive; theu
9.00,9.40,10.20.11.00,11.40. p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a.m.
Additional boat* Saturdays and Sundays only, 8.48
p. m., 9.20. 10X0,10.40 and 11.20 p. m.
To Berkeley via California St. and West Berkeley, Albany
via Ninth St. Lines—Daily—From »6.00 a. m.. t6.20.
•6.40, t7.00 a. m. and every twenty minutes until 8.20
p. m. inclusive: then 9.00,9.40,10.20,11.00,11.40 p.m..
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays and
Sundays only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
p. m.
To Viflorit, Stege. Pullman. Richmond—+6-40 and 7.40
a. m., 3.20 p. in., 4.20, &20, 6.20 p. m.
To Oakland. Washington-Broadway, East Oakland
Fruitvale and Melrote via Seventh St.—Daily
6.00 a. m., and every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m.,
inclusive; then 9.00, 9.40. 10.20. 11.00, 11,40 p. m.,
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturday and
Sunday only, &40 p. m., '.).20, 10.00. 10.40 and 11.20
p. m.
Horseshoe to Oakland, Washineto* flroidwa- Fruitvai*
Alamada. North Side— Daily—*rcm 6.00 a. m.. t6JO,
'M. 7.00, 7.20. 7.40. B.UO, 8.40 and forty minutes past
the hour until 3.40 «>•- tK«n 4.00, 4.40, 5.00. 5.20,
5.40. 6.00. 6.20. 6.40.' 7.00, ».00, 9.40. 10-2 a
11.00, 11.40 p. m., and 1.20 a. in.
To Stonahurst—+6.oo, +6.40. t7.20, t9.00. tIO.OO a. nu,
il-20. p. m., \Zm, 13.20. *4.00, *5.00. *5.40 and
p. m.
AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES AND VEHICLES.
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY—From San Francisco.
South End of Ftrrv Building, tor Broadway Wharf,
OakUnd —Week days 6.00 a, m. and every half hour
until 9.00 p. m., inchixive. Sundays and holidays
6.00 a. m. and ever,- half hour until 11.00 p. m.,
inclusive. Boats leave Broadway Wharf—Week days
6.15 a. m. and every half hour until 8.45 p. m. in
clusive. Sundays and holidays. 6.15 a. m. and every
half hour until 10.45 p. m., inclusive.
a for Morning. *Daily. p for Aftemooey
tSunday excepted. JSunday only. jSaturday only.
a Monday.
Union Transfer Co. authorized to cheek Baejaj* iirwt
from rasidaoc*.
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