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Pacific Mail Steamer Brings
Few Passengers But Big
Cargo From Orient
The i.nrr nanchuria. Captain Andrew
Dixon, which arrived yesterday from
the far east, had a touch of hlg-h life
three days out from Yokohama when
It was caught In the westerly wins
of a rollicking typhoon. The excite
ment lasted for 3 1-2 hours during
which time the liner was hove to.
No damage was done to the ship but
those on board were well pleased when
the procession of wind and rain had
swept by. While It lasted. Captain
Dixon says, it was a full fledged ty
phoon with all its war feathers- on
It treated the big Manchuria with the
greatest contempt, tossing it about
like a cork and making life very dis
agreeable for all on board
Between Honolulu and San Francisco
the sea was smooth all the way to
the Golden gate and the weather warm
until within two days of the coast
It was so warm that some of the Hono
lulu passengers who have made the
trip many times, thought on the fourth
day that Captain Dixon had turned
back to Hawaii.
The Manchuria brought few pas
sengers from the orient and not as
many as usual from Honolulu. On
oP a . rd A here were 77 cabin Passengers,
33 in the second cabin and 71 Asiatics
in the steerage.
. 7'^ c f- reo , ot 5 - 784 tons included
iv-°i ) -« ales of raw silk valued at about
•Among the passengers from the orient
was Captain A. C. Almy, IT. s. N re
tired, who is on his way from Manila
to Washington, D. C, accompanied by
his' wife. J
R. Gibson and C. A. Hoffart, mining
engineers from London, returned on
the Manchuria. They have been in
Siberia for two years in the employ
of an English syndicate.
Seven Chinese students here to enter
eastern universities, were passengers
on the liner.
Among the passengers from Honolulu
were many well known residents of
the island port including the Princess
The passengers included:
FROM THE ORlENT—Captain A. C. Almv. U.
S. V, retired; Mrs. A. C. Almy. Cbln Le Hsun,
HSU Suel, Hsen Hsu Hu, Jin .Ice Hsun, L.
-vnuchei, Lao Ylng. Mies C. A. Miller A. Poulet,
yuau Yu Hwa. Yao Yu Tai, F. W. Criswell, R
Gibson and C. A. Hoffart
HONOLULU—E. M. P. Allerup. Miss R. Brew
ster. Mrs. b. J. Barker, Miss A. Barker. E. R.
Brainen! Jr.. H. R. Cole, Mrs. H. R. Cole. J.
F tolburn, Mlas L. E. Carkeet, Chung Wan Yue,
MJaa Dixie Coke, Mrs. C. A. E. Duncan, E. Dun-
Mn. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, Mrs. F. J. Dickman, Miss
B. Dickman, .Mr?. M. J. Edmunson, J. Epstein,
F. R. Fast, R. A. Giblin, Miss J. Glnaca. A. F.
Gay. Mrs. M. Gear. E. L. Hadley. Miss M.
Koatu.?, Mrs. j. Kirkland, E. C. Klyce, Mrs.
Prtaceai J. Kalanlanaofo, A. T.
J. H. Maley. J. C. Montgomery, p. W.
rgh. J. McNally, Mrs. J. MeNallv, John
UcNally, j. g. McCandless, Mrs. J. S. Me-
Dr. i. h. Montgomery, Mrs. C. H.
Montgomery. C. J. McKsooc, Mrs. C J Mc
keone, J ,\ Maca.iiey. Mrs. j. __ Macauley,
B. Nevta, Miss K. Nevln. Thomas A.
> Bnen. S. Poorman Jr., F. C. Patterson, Mrs.
I. C. Patterson. Mis*. L. Patterson, Mrs. H G
I'lumnier. Mrs. C. H. Raves. E. S. Shepherd.
«. E. Stevens. 17 S. »., Tong Tuck. Mrs. J.
i. Welch. Miss A. B. Wales. A Wall. N F
CO-barn Wright. J. X. Zak and Mrs. J. T. Zak.'
rarapico Gives Shipping AY or Id a Scare
The local shipping world received a
scare yesterday when it was reported
that a steamer in distress had been
sighted off Point Reyes. It proved to
be the freighter Tampico, Captain
Scoby, of the Pacific Coast Steamship
company's fleet, having trouble with its
machinery. Repairs were effected, but
the captain signaled for a tug to help
him in through the Golden gate. The
vessel reached port safely, 122 hours
from Seattle. Captain Scoby reported
that tho breakdown had not been se
rious, but that he had signaled for a
tug in order to be on the safe side In
case of a breakdown while entering
Ventura Sails for Sydney
The Oceanic Steamship company's
liner Ventura, Captain J. L. Cowell,
sailed yesterday for Sydney via Hono
lulu and Pago Pago, crowded with pas
sengers and carrying a capacity cargo.
Filbert street pier was crowded with
friends of the departing passengers,
and when the liner pulled out its sides
were hidden in a tangle of serpentine
ronfetti. Among the passengers were
many round the world parties and
tourists, who will make the circular
tour of the Pacific. The passengers
for American Samoa included a draft
of enlisted men for the naval station
at Pago Pago.
Liner's Surgeon Dies at Sea
The Pacific Mail company received a
cablegram yesterday from Acapulco re
porting the death and burial at sea of
Dr. Robert Borland, the surgeon on the
liner City of Sydney, now on its way
from this port to Panama. Doctor
Borland, who was a native of Edin
burgh. Scotland, leaves a widow and
three children in this city.
Schooner George E. Billings. F. S,
Birkholm, master; steamer Siskiyou,
Hans P. Hansen, master.
Steamer Wilhelmina, Peter Johnson,
master: schooner Tartar, Richard
Water Front -Votes
The Japanese liner Chiyo Maru,
which is due tomorrow from the far
east, was 886 miles from port at 8
o'clock Monday night.
The liner Sierra, due Friday from
Honolulu, was 1,256 miles from here at
8 o'. lock Monday night.
The British steamer Gifford. pre
viously reported ashore in British Co
himhia waters, has been floated with no
The army transports Sheridan and
T'Ogan. from this port, arrived Monday
The liner San Juan from Panama for
this port, left Mazatlan Saturday.
The Oceanic Steamship company's
liner Sonoma, flagship of the Sydney
Short line, left Sydney Saturday for
Bu'ord —At San Francisco, Cal.
• look At S.-.n Franclaco, Cal.
Logan—Sailed January 8 for Manila.
Sheridan—Sailed January 6 for Honolulu.
Sherman —Left Manila Decembt. '24 tor San
Era n cl.co.
Thomas—Left San Francisco December 3. 1812. I
NEWS OF THE OCEAN
Supplier for the North
The steamer Senator sailed for Victoria last
week withkeargo consigned to various British-
American crties, valued at $31.450. and fncludlng
the following: S»V2<>o lbs prunes, 00,800 lbs
assorted dried fruits, 1.77$ cs canned goods,
14.450 lb« raisins. 121 pkgs vegetables. 371 pkgs
fresh fruits, 94.207 lbs malt, 1.">7 cs eggs, 206
gals wine. 2. r ><«> lbs benns, 151 pkgs onions.
:,,.vs.> ~_s cement, _% colla t__», •'••" pks> ~ agon
material. 500 sks plaster, !,<-M rolls roofing, 51
pkgs tank material. I.'! pkgs machinery.
Exports for the Antipodes
The steamer Moana sailed for Sydney and way
ports via Tahiti a week ago with cargo valued at
$132,538, to be distributed as follows: For New
Zealand, $50,852; Australia. $41,288; Tahiti,
$31,064; Friendly Island, $1,223; Samoan islands,
$12. The following were tbe principal shlpmeuts:
To New Zealand -228.700 lbs raisins, 53,790 lbs
■ dried fruits. 30.275 lbs prune*. 10.380
It* beans. 2.>C_ <i canned goods, 3,520 lbs cod
fish. I.2<K) bxs orang« s. nx> cs and 17 bbls salmon.
1.133 lbs eascara. J<;B bbls and 17 cs oils, 13
pkgs machinery, 14 pkgs agricultural imple
raenta, 2!» bales broomeors, 012 roils and 86
pkgs roofing, 1.500 bdis shingles, 128 pkgs paints,
67.<»60 lbs seeds.
To Australia—9l.49o lbs hop« TO cs canned
g »«!s <RS' ca salmon, 800 bbls oils, 10 pkgs ma
ehlnery, 51 pkgs ink, 37 pkgs electrical goods,
13 cs boots am! shoes, 275 rolls and 45 cs rooting,
_-) pkgs agricultural Implements.
To Tahiti—l,olo bbls flour, 2.256 gals wine.
«•_ ctls barley, 40 erls whent. 100 bales hay.
*a,938 lbs bread, 8.800 lbs beans. 172 cs canned
»—Kls, 54 pkgs fresh fruits, 4.873 lbs sugar.
'..315 lbs lard. 15.840 lbs rice, 519 lbs and 2 cs
cheese, 926 lbs codfish. 720 lbs tea. 123 pkgs
potatoes, 107 cs and 11 pkgs salmon, 27 csks
1.c., 7G es snd 3 bbls oils. 13 pkgs machinery,
3.885 ft lumber, 30 doors. 51 cs boots and shoes.
M bales bags. 10 cs arms and ammunition. 10
is sewing machines. 134 pkgs wagon material.
To Friendly islands—3,4oo ft lumber. 24 doors,
6 pkgs vehicles.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers |
From Steamer | Date
San Diego & Los Ang. IJan- 13
Grays Ilarl>or Jason iJan. IS
Humboldt I Vanguard JJan. 15
Los Angeles (Norwood jJan. 15
Sal. Cruz & San Diego, .'isthmian Jan.\s
Honolulu jHonolulan [Jan. 15
Fort Bragg Arctic Jan. IS
Los Angeles direct Harvard Jan. 15
San Diego & Los Ang. .Coronado 'Jan. 16
Point Arena & Albion. .'Porno ~..|.1aD. 18
Port San l.nls Coos Bay Ijan. 16
China & Japan (Chlyo Maru |Jan. 16
San Diego & Ix>s Ang.. (Roanoke Jan. ]*">
Los Angeles fWillamette ....IJan. 17
Willapa Harbor [Santa Barbara.. Jan. IT
Port laud & Astoria Northland iJan. IT
Seattle Setos IJan. IT
Humboldt F. A. Kilburn... Jan. IT
Los Angeles Hanalei Jan. IT
Honolulu Sierra Jan. IT
Balboa & Acapulco San Juan Jan. IT
Puget Sound Ports... r. Senator Jan. IT
San Diego A Los Ang..!Queen Jan. IT
Sal. Crua A San Diego. .IVirglnlan J«n. IS
Portland _ Astoria |Rochelle Jan. 18
Fort Bragg : Brunswick Jan. 18
San Diego & Los Ang.. -Harvard Jan. 18
Portland & Astoria Beaver Jan. 18
Portland & Astoria |Geo. W. Elder.. Jan. 18
Humboldt IClty of Topeka. iJan. 19
Seattle direct [Governor I Jan- 19
Mendocino & Shel. Cove' Sea Foam ,'Jan. 10
Los Angeles |Rose City .....(Jan. 19
Los Angeles direct [Harvard iJan. 20
Los Angeles & Way Pt-Santa Clara ...|Jan. 20
San Diego & Los Ang.. State of Cal Jan. 20
Manila & Honolulu (Sherman Jan. 20
Seattle & Tacoma |Ad. Sampson ...[Jan. 20
! Destination | Salla [Pier
Jan. 15]Graywood 'Portland ...j 5 pm
Jan. lolcentralla JGrays Harbor. 10 am
Jan. lS.Vanguard Los Angeles. 3 pm
Jan. 15|Phoenix Humboldt ... 5 pm
Jan. 15!Norwonl Grays Harbor 5 pm
Jan. 15 Sea Foam Foiut Arena. 4 pm
Jan. 15!Brunswick Fort Bragg.. 3 pm
Jan. 15 Santa Clara Los Angeles. 2 pm
Jan. ISfHarvard San Diego... 4 pm
Jan. 15]\Vllhelmlna Honolulu ... 12 m
Jan. 15 Kansas City.... Balboa 12 m
Jan. 15|Bear I Portland ... 12 m
Jan. 16|Jason IGuaymas ... 5 pull
Jan. 16 Crown Cordova. Ix>ndon 5 piui
Jan. 16 Redondo [Coos Bay ..! 3 pm
Jan. 16jCoronado HarborllO am]
Jan. 16 City of Topeka.'Humboldt ...jl2 m
Jan. l«j State of Cal |San Diego. ..[11 am|
Jan. 16]Cbas. Nelson.. .!Pnget Sound. 5 pm!
Jan. l6iRo«e City Los Angeles.jll ami
Jan. njWatson |Puget Sound. 3 pmi
Jan. 17jRoanoke 'Portland ...UOam
Jan. 17:Willamette IPuget Sound. ,10 am!
Jan. 17,Santa Barbara..! Los Anseles.. 1 pm
Jan. 17 Klamath IPortland ...15 pm]
Jan. 17 Northland ILos Angeles. | 5 pm|
Jan. 17 China Hongkong ...11 pm!
Jan. ISCarmel Grays Harbor] 5 pm]
Jan. 18.F, A. Kllburn.. Humboldt ...ill ml
Jan. lSjlSetos Hamburg ...] 5 pm|
Jan. 18 Hanalei Los Angeles.) 3 pro!
Jan. 18;yueen Puget Sound, jll am j
Jan. 18]Craftsman Victoria 5 pmi
Jan. 18 Geo. W. Elder..,San Diego... 7 pm
Jan. 18 Coos Bay 'Pt. San Luis, 4 pm
Jan. 18 : Harvard I.os Angeles, 4 pm
Jan. 19Camlno [Portland ...10am
Jan. 19jPomo [Point Arena.. 6 pm
Jan. lOArctlc [Fort Bragg.. 8 pm
Jan. 20;ilarvard ]Los Angeles. 4 pm
Jan. 20;Rose City (Portland ... 12 m
Jan. St. Helens ...] 4 pm
Jan. 20:Governor Saa Diego...i 2 pm
Jan. 21'Clty of Puebla. Puget Sound. 2 pm
Jan. 21'Chehalls Grays Harbor ....
Jan. 21jBeaver Los Angeles.ill am
Jan. 2l;Honolulan Honolulu ...[13 m|
I 5 pmi 27
10 am 21
3 pm! 19
5 pmi 19
5 pin, 27
4 pm 4
3 pm ....
2 pm 13
4 pm 7
12 m 38
12 m 42
12 m 40
; 5 pus| 12
i 5 pill! . . . .
! 3 pm 19
10 am| 21
12 m 11
[11 am 9
5 pm! 38
|ll ami 40
3 pm 10
10 am 13
10 am 51
I 1 pm 51
! 5 pm] 51
\ 5 pm| 27
I 1 pm! 42
' 5 pm[ 27
112 in I II
, 5 pm] 19
l 3 pro! 10
:il am 9
5 1'in .. ..
7 pmi 13
4 pm 11
4 pm 7
10 am 8
6 pm 8
4 pm 7
12 m 40
' 4 pm 19
I 2 pm 9
2 pm 9
[12 m| 38
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Destination I Steamer | Date
Skagway & Way Port?. ; Jefferson [Jan. 15
Skagway * Way Ports. Humboldt ;Jan. 18
Skagway & Way Ports .Curacao .lan. 1*
Seward & Way Ports..; Northwestern ...Jan. 19
Valdes _ Seward |Yukon Jan. 20
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 3 Washington! Pier IT Union i
Pier 5 Jackson Pier 19 Union 2\
Pier 7 Pacific! Pier 21 Filbert
Pier 9 Broadway li Pier 23 Greenwich!
Pier 11 Broadway 2 Pier 25 Greenwich 2
Pier 13 ValleJoiPler 27 Lombard
Pier 15 Green Pier 51 Powell
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 2 Mission liPier.24 Spear
Pier 4 Mission 2;Pier 28 Main
Pier 6 Howard ljPler 34 Beale
Pier 8 Howard 2!Pier 36 Fremont
Pier 10 Howard 3!Pier 38 First
Pier 12 Folaom l'Pler 40 1
Pier 14 Folsom 2Pler 42 \ P. M. S. S. Co.
Pier Ift Harrison Pier 44 j
Pier 20 Steuart Pier 54 Fourth
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coast and geodetic survey—Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf), add 25 minutes.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IS
Sun rises 7:24
Sun sets 5:15
Moon sets 12:po a. m.
First quarter moon January 15, at 7:53 a. ra.
Full moon January 22, at T :3l a. m.
[Tinsel iTimei iTimel ITime!
Jan.f Ft I Ft -—j Ft Ft
|H W L W H W L W
15..I 5:02i 5.0:11:441 1.7 6:(W 8.3 10:331 2.3
16..[ 5:35 5.3,12:46 l.lt 7:S!> 3.4:11:25 2J
17..; 6:15 5.6 1:46 0.4j 8:5.-.' 3.7' ........
L W H W\ L W H WJ
!».. o-2<: 8.1 7:02 5.S: 2:39!— 0.2 0:5-1 4.0
19..! 1:34 3.8 T:58 O.ll 3:28<—0.8 10:4.-7 4.4
20..- 2:3.-' 3.4] 8:40 M 4;17;—1.2!ll:30! 4.6
21..I S:35 3.3! 0:381 6.,-.! 5-V2! —1.4[
United States Branch Hydrographic Offlcp, Mer
chants' Exchange, Sau Frauciseo, January
The time ball on the roof of the Fairmont hotel
was dropped today exactly at noon. Pacific stand
ard time (120 th meridian), or at Sh. 00m. 00s.
Greenwich mean time.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, 17 S. N., in Charge.
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbors.
one tree just open of
north jetty gives best
est water over .bar,
with inner bar P. 8.
can buoy bearing NE.
______ (mag. t.
bannei shitted to south
lately, and is nearly
straight out from buoy.
to north fairway
eg crest of har.
Jest water 500 feet from
black buoy at end of
|Channel straight out.
-raigbt channel no
longer open. Not over
14 feet at low water.
jhu. -W reet wide.
! 30 feet deep nearly to
j I turning basin.
l\ S. Branch Hjdrogrsphlc Office
A branch of the United States bydrographte
office, located In the Merchants' Exchange, is
maintained In San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality, and free
of expense. Navigators are cordially Invited to
visit, the office, where a complete set of charts
and sailing directions of the world are kept at
hand for comparison and reference, and the latest
Information can always be obtained regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matters of In
terest to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, U. S. N., in Charge.
Notice to Mariners
Branch Hydrograpblc Office,
Wan Francisco, Jan. 14, 1913.
Information received from tbe agent of the
Canadlau marine and fisheries states that the
concrete beacon established on Herbert reef,
Arthur passage, B. C., will be surmounted In the
near future and without further notice by an
acetylene automatic light beacon. The height
of the light will be 32 feet above high water.
Characteristic, occulting white. Shape of the
acetylene beacon will be an iron cylindrical tank
surmounted by a structural iron tower supporting
tbe lantern, tiie whole painted white. The light
will be unwatcbed. B. G. BARTHALOW.
Lieutenant, L. S. N., In Charge.
Oil for the Orient
The German tank steamer Buffalo was cleared
for Woosung. for orders, yesterday with 2.988.000
gallons of refined petroleum, valued at 1134,464.
THE SAN CALL, W i--JJN *_ftl)A )l\ JAJSUAKI io, I^l3.
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
These reports are received directly
from the Pacific coast stations of the
Marconi Wireless company t
Monday, Jan. 13.
STEAMER W. F. 13v 8 p. m.,
22 miles off Honolulu; from Honolulu, for
STEAMER LURLINE—Jan. 13, 8 p. m., 1,874
miles off San Francisco, hence Jan. 7 for Hono
STEAMER SIERRA—Jan. 13. 8 p. m.. 1,256
miles off Han Francisco; from Honolulu, for_
JAPANESE STEAMER CHIYO MARU—Jan. 13,
8 p. m., 886 miles off San Francisco; from
Honolulu, for San Francisco.
STEAMER ENTERPRISE—Jan. 13, 8 p. m.. 495
miles off Sau Francisco, hence Jan. 11 for
STEAMER J. A. CHAKSLOR—Jan. 13,* 8 p. m..
47 mllea south of Columbia river; from Port
land, for Monterey.
STEAMER SIBERIA—Jan. 13, 8 p. m., 1,541
miles off Sau Francisco, hence Jan. 9 for
BTEAMER HONOLULAN—From Honolulu, for
San Francisco; Jan. 13, 8 p. m., 323 miles
off San Francisco lightship. West wind and
sea; will arrive Jan. 15 at 0 p. m.
Tuesday, Jan. 14.
STEAMER HONOLTJLAM—From Honolulu, for
San Francisco; Jan. 14, 12 m., 11l miles from
Ban Francisco. All well.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 14.
STEAMER FRANCIS H. LEGGETT—B p. m.. 28
miles south of Pigeon point.
STEAMER VENTURA—B p. m., 44 mllea from
STEAMER CHIYO MAJIU—B O. m., 530 miles
STEAMER CAPANIA—B p. m., 60 miles north
of San Francisco.
STEAMER UMATILLA—S p. m., 84 miles north
of Point Reyes.
STEAMER OLEUM—B p. vs., 240 miles north of
STEAMER ST. HELENS—B p. m., five miles
north of Pigeon point.
STEAMER STANLEY DOLLAR—7:3O p. m.. off
STEAMER STANLEY DOLLAR—From Redondo.
for San Francisco; Jan. 14 reports expects to
arrive about 6 a. m. Jan. 16.
SEATTLE, Jan. 14.
STEAMER ROMA—From San Francisco, for
Vancouver; In Ha'ro straits at 8 p. m.
STEAMER DOLPHIN—South of Smiths Island
at 8 p. m.
STEAMER NOME CITY—From San Francisco,
for Seattle; off Point Nopolnt at 8 p. m.
EAST SAN PEDRO, Jan. 14.
STEAMER SAN JUAN—6I9 miles south of San
Francisco at 8 p. m.
STEAMER •ORONADO—Off Point Vicente at
7:20 p. m.
BTEAMER HARVARD—Off Point Bueneme at
7:34 p, m.
EUREKA. Jan. 14.
STEAMER J. A. CHANSLOR—376 miles from
Monterey at S p. in.
STEAMER CARLOS—IO miles north of Blunts
reef at 8 p. m.
STEAMER RIVERSIDE—Off Eureka at 8 p. m.
STEAMER HUBBARD—I3 miles south of Blunts
reef at 8 p. m.
STEAMER KLAMATH—3O miles north of Point
Arena at S p. m.
STEAMER ASUNCION—26B miles from San
Francisco at 8 p. m.
STEAMER NANN SMlTH—Passed Mendocino at
5:30 p. m.
ASTORIA, Jan. 14.
STEAMER NORTHWESTERN — South bound;
passed Mlllbank sound at 6 p. m.
STEAMER PARAIBO—South bound; Off Tilla
mook Vock at 6 p. m.
STEAMER ALLIANCE—South bound; off Cape
Mears at 9 p. m^
STEAMER CAPTAIN A. F. LUCAS — South
bound; 20 miles sooth of Tatoosh at 8 p. m.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
(Special Dispatch to The CaU)
EUREKA, Jan. 14.—Steamer Katherine was
tbe only arrival today. Tbe departures were
steamers Phoenli and Vanguard, both with pas
sengers and lumber for San Francisco. The Van
guard will proceed as far south as San Diego.
Steamers Scotia and F. A. Kilburn. are due
early tomorrow morning from San Francisco, both
On the first of the coming month work will bo
begun on the large steam schooner which is to
be constructed at the Bendlxsen yards for the
Hammond Lumber company. The steamer will
cost more than $200,000.
SAN PEDRO, Jan. 14.—Pacific Coast company's
Steamer Oueen arrived tonight from Puget sound
via San Francisco and Redondo Beach with a
large passenger list and 000 tons of miscellaneous
cargo. The Queen will proceed tomorrow for Ban
Diego, touching here northbound Thursday.
Steamer Claremout finished discharging 500,000
feet of lumber for the Southern California Lum
ber company and cleared for San Diego to dis
charge 200,000 additional feet, thence for Willapa
harbor to reload.
Steamer Harvard arrived this morning from San
Francisco with passengers and freight and
doubled back on the return trip this afternoon.
Steamer Sbna Yak finished discharging COO.OOO
feet of lumber for wholesale yards hero and
cleared for Redondo Beach to discharge 300,000
additional feet, thence for Columbia river via
San Francisco to reload.
Carrying 900.000 feet of lumber for consignees
at this port, the schooner Irene has sailed from
Steamer Roanoke returned tonight
Diego and after taking passengers and additional
cargo for the North Pacific company proceeded for
Portland via Snn Francisco.
Steamer Shoshone finished discharging 1,000,000
shingles for the Kerckhoff-Cuzner company and
went to Long Beach to discharge a partial cargo
of lumber, thence for Grays Harbor to reload.
Steamer Francis H. Leggett arrived this morn
ing from Portland via San Francisco carrying
passengers and freight for the Western Steamship
company and 1.400.000 feet of lumber for tbe
Hammond Lumber company at Terminal.
Steamer Fair Oaks finished discharging 875,000
feet of lumber for consignees at this port snd
San Dfego and cleared today for Grays Harbor
In ballest to reload.
Steamer Willamette has arrived from Columbia
river via San Francisco with passengers and
freight for Merchants' Steamship company and
000,000 feet mining timber for Arizona con
Steamer Tallae arrived from Everett, bringing
cargo poles and piling for Weir ft Jordan com
pany an»l others.
Steamer Avalon. arriving from Portland via
San Francisco, will discharge 850,000 feet of
lumber for tiic E. K. Wood Lumber company.
Departures included the steamars Hornet and
Lakme for Mukllteo and Eureka respectively,
both via San Francisco.,
ASTORIA. Jan. 14. -The steamer Nehalem
sailed today for Redondo with 700,000 feet of
Tbe steam schooner Paralso sslled Monday aft
ernoon for San Pedro with a cargo of 1.107,000
feet of lumber, loaded at St. Helens and
The steamer Alliance sailed today for Coos
Day ami Eureka with freight and passengers.
The steamer Breakwater arrived this morning
from Coos Bay with freight and passengers.
The British steamer Mathilda arrived today
from San Francisco and will load lumber.
The steamers Navajo and Olympic arrived to
day from San Francisco to load lumber.
The pilot schooner Joseph Pulit-er. that has
been outside for a few days, will leave this
evening for Portland, where it will he laid up.
Tbe five masted schooner W. H. Marston ar
rived today from Valparaiso and will load lum
The Japanese steamer Ktnkasasan Maru ar
rived today and will take on a cargo of lumber
for the orient.
PORTLAND. Jan. ll.—Competition between
the Puget Sound Tugboat company and the Port
of Portland In the Columbia river towage and
pilotage service is at an end. So stated George
E. Plummer. manager of the Puget Sound Tug
boat company, this morning, when he announced
that the bar tugs belonging to them would he
taken out of the service immediately Mr.
Plummer arrived In Portland last night from
Seattle to order the boats out of service, and
the Tatoosh wilt start north tomorrow. The
other tugs are tbe Goliath and Fearless.
In tow of the Port of Portland tug Oneonta
the schooner W. F. Jewett has arrived at St
Helens, and the British bark Noetsfield reached
the ballast dock at Linnton this morning in tow
of the Ocklahama.
On her way to sea the schooner Lottie Ben
nett was towed down through the bridges this
morning. She Is lumber laden for Valparaiso.
SEATTLE. Jan. 14.— Arrived—Steamer Ariao
nan. from San Francisco; bark Drummuir (Br.)
from San Francinoo.
Sailed—Steamer Shldauoka Maru (Jap.), for
Yokohama; steamer Captain A. F. Lucas, for
TACOMA, Jan. 14.—Arrived—Steamer Hyades,
from San Francisco; steamer Washtenaw, from
EVERETT, W»fh., Jan. 14.—Arrived—Steamer
F. S. Loop, from San Francisco.
United States Department of Agriculture
Weather Bureau, San Francisco, Jan. 14, 1912.
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San Luis Obispo..
Los Angeles j
San Diego |
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following tables the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are given:
■" . ■
401 32 .oejiEed Bluff...
46 40 .00 Reno
601 47 .OOJiRoseburg ..
52 40 ,547Sacramento..
38 14 .00 Salt Lake...
52 4ff .147San Diego...
40 10 .OOiS. Francisco
70 70 .001 Ban Jose
48 16 .00 |S. L. Obispo
22 8 .20 BR Farallon
54 46 .OOHSpokane ...
50 .. .OljI'Summit ...
40 26 .OOjiTaeoma
42 39 .61 jTatoogb
42 38!.02i!Tonopah ...
64 88i.0oiiWalla Walla
42 38 .OOJJH'lun'mucca.
52 46 .5711Yuma
I 38 32j.l0||
Abilene .... 401 201.00! Knoxville .. 521 30 .00
Atlan. City. 86 26.00 Louisville .. 44 28.94
Boston 32 201.00 Memphis ... 52 32.00
Buffalo 36' 2SLOO Montgomery. <$_ 34.00
Charleston... 50f 3S .00 Montreal ... 20 0.00
Chicago 34 181.00 Moorhead .. 24-8.00
Denver 58 261.00 New Orleans 58 44 .00
Dcs Moines. 34 -41.00 New York.. 38 24 .00
Dodge City. 52 12 .00 North Platte 40 8 .00
Duluth 18 -I'.OO Oklahoma .. 48 10 .00
r>urango ... 46 20:.00 Pittsburg .. 44 36.00
Eastport ... 22 41.00 Roswell 50 22.00
Galveston ..56 461.00 St. Louis 40 18.00
Green Bay.. 24 -21.00 St. Puui 28 0.00
Hatteras ... 50 42:.04 Tsmpa TO 60 .00
Havre 36 -81.30 Toledo 34 22.00
Huron j4O 2.00 Washington. 42 24.00
Jacksonville. 60 481.00 Winnipeg ..] 6-10.01
Kansas City.j 40 B|.oo
Eagle |-121-40i.00 iTanana ... | —*|-16i .00
Nome 22 161.0. Valdes *! 28j -4 .00
Sitka i 28| 16|.02ijDutch Harbr| 40; 28|.00
•Reports of yesterday.
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The storm is moving slowly southward and
will probably cause rain over the entire coast,
with heavy snow In the mountains. High south
winds are reported from Point Reyes to Cape
Mendocino and rain has fallen as far south as
San I.uls Obispo.
It is somewhat warmer throughout the great
basin, the Rocky mountain section and the
Mississippi valley. An area of high pressure
overlies the Atlantic coast and pleasant weather
with moderate temperatures prevails.
Temperatures below freezing are reported from
Montana to Minnesota.
Afternoon temperatures have been above 50
degrees over most of California.
Following is the forecast for the 80 hours end
ing at midnight Wednesday, January 15, 1913:
For San Fraaeisco and vicinity—Rain Wednes
day; high south winds.
For Santa Clara valley—Rain Wednesday;
brisk south winds.
For Sacramento valley—Rain Wednesday; high
For San Joaquin valley—Rain Wednesday;
high southeast winds.
For California sonth of Tehaehapl—Rain
Wednesday; brisk to high southeast winds.
A. G. MeADIE, District Forecaster.
Monday. Jan. 13.
10:10 p. m., stmr Jim Butler, Hutton, 5 days
from l'elllngham; lumber to Olson & Mahony.
10:40 p. m., stmr San Jacinto. Carlson, 28
hours from Ventura; ballast to E. K. Wood Lum
11 p, in., stmr Watson, Griffith. 81 hours
from Seattle; passengers and merchandise to
Alaska-Pacific Steamship company.
Tuesday. Jan. 14.
12:43 p. ro.. stmr Manchuria. Dixon, 28 days
13 hours 50 minutes from Hongkong, via Yoko
hama 17 days 13 hours 48 minutes, via Honolulu
5 days 22 hours 48 minutes; passengers and
merchandise to Pacific Mall Steamship
1:45 p. in., stmr City of Topeka, Zeh, 24 hours
from Euieka: passengers and merchandise to Pa
cific Coast Steamship company.
11:25 a. m., stmr Rose City, Rankin, 07 Tiours
from Portland, via Astoria 47 hours; passengers
Hud merchandise to San Francisco and Portland
10:13 a. m.. stmr Atlas, Smith, 4 days from
Astoria: ballast to Standard Oil company, with
barge 03 In tow, up river direct.
10:15 a. m.. barge 93, Kirkwood. 4 days from
Astoria; bal lust to Standard Oil company, in tow
11 a. m.. barge 01. Monroe, 2 days from Ven
tura; oil to Standard Oil compaoy. In tow tug
Defiance, up river direct.
10 a. m., stmr Lind«_uist. 42 hours from San
Pedro; ballast to W. G. Tibbetts.
2:25 a. m.. stmr Saginaw, Lunsteari. 32 hours
from Redondo Beach; ballast to Hart-Wood Lum
2:25 a. ni., stmr Leelanaw, Brown. 84 hours
from Columbia river; merchandise to W. A.
3:05 a. m., stmr J. B. Stetson, Hall. 34 hours
from San Pedro; ballast to Hicks, llauptman
0 a. m., atmr Colonel K. L. Drake, Badger. 4
days from Seattle; ballast to Standard Oil com
pany, up river direct.
7:25 a. m., stmr Eureka, Poulsen. 14 hours
from Monterey; merchandise to Monterey Bay
">:35 p. m., stmr Tampieo. Scoby, 122 hours
from Seattle; passengers and merchandise to Pa
cific Coast Steamship company.
Tuesday. Jan. 14.
Stmr Nebraskau, Knight, Sallna Cruz; Wil
liams, Dlmond & Co.
Stmr Kansas City, Tlbbetts, Ancon, via San
Pedro: Pacific Mall Steamship company.
Stmr Saginaw. Lunstodt, Willapa harbor; Hart-
Wood Lumber company.
Stmr North Fork, Nelson. Eureka; the Charles
Stmr Ventura, Cowell, Sydney, via Honolulu
and Pago Pago: J. D. Spreekels & Bros, com
Stmr Cmatilla, Rellly. Victoria. B. C, and
Tort Townsend; Pacific Coast Steamship com
Ger stmr Buffalo, Janssen, Wooeung (for or
ders i; Standard Oil company.
Stmr Wllhelmlna, Johnson, Honolulu; Matson
Stmr State of California. Alexander, San
Diego; Pacific Coast Steamship company.
Monday. Jan. 13.
10:30 p. m., stmr Nann Smith, Magee, Coos
Tuesday, Jan. 14.
2:40 p. m., stmr Svea, Frederlekson, Grays
3:33 p. m., schr Roy Somers, Solland, Grays
2:20 p. m., stmr Umatilla, Rellly, Victoria.
B. C, etc.
2:20 p. m., stmr Saa Jacinto, Carlson, Grays
1:15 p. m., U S atmr Annapolis, Terhune, San
12:20 p. Co., atmr F. A. Kilburn, MeLellan,
11:13 a. m., TJ S stmr Justin, Merriweather,
10:85 a. m., stmr Francis H. Leggett, Anfind
sen. Sari Pedro.
9 a. m., stmr South Coast, Roberts, Moes
8 a. ra., bktn Fullerton, Fielden, Port San
Luis, In tow tug Dauntless.
3 p. m., stmr Daisy Gadsby. Smith, Willapa.
0:15 p. DO., stmr North Fork. "Nelson, Eureka.
« p. m., stmr Saginaw, Lunstedt, Willapa
.-'»>.-. p. m., stmr .T. B. Stetson. Hall. Astoria.
4:50 p. m., stmr Eureka. Paulsen, Monterey.
4:05 p. m., stmr Ventura, Cowell, Sydney, via
Honolulu and Pago Pago.
Per stmr City of Topeka—Jan. 13. 5:15 p. m.,
three miles south of Cape Mendocino, stmr Car
mel, from Oraya Harbor, for San Pedro.
POINT LOBOS, Jan, 14, 10 p. m.—Weather
cloudy; wind south, velocity 20 mllea per hour.
POINT REYES, Jan. 14, "5 p. m.—father
cloudy; wind south, velocity 40 miles per hour.
FARALLONES. Jan. 14. 5 p. m.—Weather
cloudy; wind south, velocity 30 miles j»»r hour.
POINT LOBOS. Jan. 14. 3 p. m.-t-Weather
cloudy; wlud •outbweat, velocity 14 miles per
POINT LOBOS, Jan. 13, 12 Weather»
I POINT LOBOS, Jan. 13, 9 a. m.—Weather
POINT REYES, Jan. 14, 9 a. m.—Weather
cloudy; wind south, velocity 21 miles per hour.
FARALLONES, Jan. 14, 9 a. m.—Weather
cloudy; wind southwest, velocity 14 miles per
NORTH HEAD, Jan. 14 12 m.-—Weather clear;
wind southeast, velocity 15 miles per hour; bar
SEATTLE—SaiIed Jan. 14—Stmr Captain A. F,
Lucas for San Francisco; 12:30 p. m. ( Jap stmr
Shldxuoka Maru, for China and Japan.
Arrived Jan. 14, 4 p. m.—Br ship Drummuir.
hence Jan. 10. In tow tug Goliah.
ABERDEEN—Arrived Jan. 14, 9 a. m.—Stmr
G. C. Llndauer, hence Jan. 11; bktn Arago, from
Santa Rosalia; stmr Tamalpai., hence Jan. 11.
Sailed Jan. 14, 7 a. m.—-Stmr George Loomls,
for San Francisco.
FORT BRAGG—Sailed Jan. 14—Stmr Arctic,
for San Francisco.
BANDON—Arrived Jan. 14, 4 p. m.—Schr Ad
vance, hence Jan. 11.
COOS BAY—Sailed Jan. 14, 2 p. m.—Stmr
Washington, for San Francisco.
TACOMA—Arrived Jan. 13—Stmr Washtenaw,
hence Jan. 10; stmr Hyades, hence Jan. 10.
EVERETT—Arrived Jan. 13—Stmr F. 8. Loop.
ASTORlA—Arrived Jan. 14, 8 a. m.—Stmr
Breakwater, from Coos Bay; 9 a. m.. Nor stmi
Mathilda, hence Jan. 11; schr W. H. Marston,
Sailed Jan. 14, 4 p. m.—Stmr Daisy Freeman,
for San Francisco; 4 p. m., stmr Paralso, for
San Pedro; 3 p. m., stmr Necanlcum, for San
I Francisco: 2 p. m.. stmr Alliance, for Coos Bay
and Eureka; stmr Nehalem, for San Pedro.
Arrived Jan. 14, 1 p. in.—Stmr Navajo, hence
Jan. 12; .3 p. m., Jap stmr Kinkasen Maru. from
Mitke; T" a. m., stmr Olympic, from San Pedro.
I GREENWOOD—SaiIed Jan. 14—Stmr Helen P.
Drew, for San Francisco.
PORT SAN LUlS—Arrived Jan. 14—Br stmt
Oberon, from Ancon.
Sailed Jan. 14, 4:30 a. m.—Stmr Whittier. for
San Francisco; midnight, Br stmr Oberon, for.
EUREKA—SaiIed Jan. 14, 3 p. m.—Stmr Van
guard, for San Francisco. Jan. IS, 1 p. m.—
I Stmr Temple E. Dorr, for Grays Harbor; 2
ip. so., stmr City of Topeka, for San Franclaco;
3 p. m.. stmr Aberdeen, for San Francisco.
Arrived Jan. 13, 3 p. m.—Stmr Caseo. hence
Jan. 12. Jan. 14, 7 a. m., stmr Katherine, from
Sailed Jan. 14, 3 p. m.—Stmr Phoenix, for
POINT LOBOS—Passed north Jan. 14, 2:3.
p. m.—Stmr Catania, from Port San Luis, fof
Paswed south Jan. 14, 4:30 p. m.—Stmr St.
I Helens, from Portland, for San Pedro.
PORT TOWNSEND—Passed Inwurd Jan. 14—
Br ship Drummuir, hence July 10, in tow tug
Goliah, for Seattle.
Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr Arlzonan, hence Jan. 11.
SANTA BARBARA—Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr
Coos Bay, hence Jan. 11, and sailed for Yen-
TATOOSH—Passed Inward Jan. 14, 1:40 p. m.
—Br stmr Wellington, hence Jan. 11 for Na
nalmo, B, C.; 1:30 p. m., schr Virginia, hence
IJan. 4 for Tacoma; T:4O a. m., Stmr Roma,
hence Jan. 11 for Vancouver; 9:20 a. m., stmr
Arlzonan; 9:30 n. m., stmr Nome City, hence
Jan 11 for Seattle.
Passed out Jan. 14, 1:40 p. to. —Tug Cudahy,
I Outside, bound in, Jan. 14—Three masted
POINT REYES—Passed Jan. 14, 2:05 p. m.—
Stmr St. Helens, from Portland, for San Pedro;
1:15 p. m., stmr Tamplco, from Seattle, for
San Francleco; 10:35 a. m., stmr City of To
peka, from Eureka, for San Francisco; 8:33
a. m.. stmr Rose City, from Portland, for San
Passu! Jan. 14, 4:50 p. m.—Stmr Wasp, from
Grays Harbor, for San Francisco.
SAN PEDRO—Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr Tallae,
hence Jan. 11; stmr Harvard, hence Jan. 13;
stmr Avalon, hence Jan. 12.
Sailed Jan. 14—Stmr Mayfair. for San Fran
cisco; stmr Coronado, for San Francisco.
GAVlOTA—Arrived Jan. 13, 8 p. m.—Schr
Monterey, lv tow tug Navigator, from Port San
REDONDO—SaiIed Jan. 13—Stmr Stanley Dol
lar, for San Francisco.
KAHULUl—Arrived Jan. 14— Stmr Maverick,
.HONOLULU—Arrived Jan. 14— U S stmr Sheri
dan, hence Jan. 6: U S stmr Logan, hence Jan.
6; stmr Mexican, hence Jan. G; sehr Alice Cooke,
from Port Gamble.
NEW YORK—Sailed Jan. 11—Stmr Arlwman,
for Puerto Mexico.
VANCOUVER, B. C. — Arrived Jan. 13 —Br
atmr Trlnculo, from Port San Luis; Br atmr
Santa Rosalia, from New York, via Victoria.
Jan. 14—Br stmr Andrew Kelley, hence Jan. 9;
Br stmr George E. Foster, hence Jan. 9.
NAGASAKI—SaiIed Jan. 14, 2 a. m.—Stmr
Minnesota, for Manila.
VICTORIA — Arrived Jan. 14 — Stmr Roma.
LONDON—Arrived Jan. 14 —Br atmr Crown of
Gallcia, hence Nov. 9, 1912..
LIVERPOOL—Arrived Jan. 13—Br stmr Pro
tesllaus. from Tacoma.
SYDNEY—Arrived Jan. 13—Nor atmr Christian
Bors. from Victoria. •
Sailed Jan. 11 —Stmr Sonoma, for San Fran-
NEWCARTLE, Aus. — In port Jan. 13 — Nor
stmr Tltania, for Guaymas.
MAZATLAN—.SaiIed Jan. U—Stmr San Juan,
for San Francisco.
AOAPULCO—SaiIed Jan. 12—Stmr City of
Sydney, for Aticou.
PANAMA—SaiIed Jan. 13—Stmr Aatec, for San
YOKOHAMA—SaiIed Jan. 11—Br atmr Nile
for San Francisco, via Honolulu.
MORORAN—Arrived Jan. 14 —Br stmr Bessl
Dollar, from Everett, to sail Jan. 15 for Manila
DOVER — Passed Jan. 11 —Br anlp Galgate
from Orfcpon. for Ipswich.
SALI-S CRUZ —Sailed Jan. 11 — Stmr Ne
vadan. for San Frnnclsco. via San Diego.
ST. JOHN, N. B.—Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr
Grampian, from Liverpool.
PHILADELPHIA—CIeared Jan. 14—Stmr Hay
erford, for Liverpool.
ST. VINCENT. C. V—Passed Jan. 14—Stmt
Hsrpalyce, from Tacoma. for Las Palmas.
INISHTRAHULL—Passed Jan. 14—Stmr SI
eilian. from Boston, for Glasgow.
LONDON—Arrived Jan. 14 —Stmr Minnehaha,
from New York; stmr Crown of Gallcia. from
ROTTERDAM—Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr Rotter
dam. from New York.
BOSTON -- Arrived Jan. 14 — Stmr Numldlan,
CHRISTIANSAND — Arrived Jan. 13 — Stmt
Helig Olav, from New York, for Copenhagen.
ALGIERS — Arrived Jan. 14 — Stmr Canada,
from New York, for Naples; stmr Laconla, from
New York, for Naples.
NEW YORK—Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr Mlsne
tonka, from London; stmr Nienw Amsterdam,
from Rotterdam; stmr Ccdrlc, from Liverpool.
HONfiKONG—Arrived prior to Jan. 14—Stmi
TeiMi Maru, from San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA—Arrived prior to Jan. 14—Stmi
Persia, from San Frnnclsco. for Hongkong.
Per stmr Tamplco—Off Point Reyes machinery
became disabled; made port under own steam.
Point Reyes reports a stmr off here, name un
known, apparently disabled.
Stmr Tamplco, from Seattle, for San Fran
cisco, requested assistance of a tug when off
VICTORIA. Jan. 14.—8r stmr Glfford. previ
ously reported, was floated Jan. 13 and pro
ceeded to Nanaimo. Amount of damage, jf any.
unknown. A diver will examine tbe vessel, and
If ro damage is found the vessel will proceed to
UNIONIST LEADERS TO
QUIT FOOD TAX MOVE
Law and Lnndsdowne Decide to Retain
Cbleftainnbip in Fngllsh
LONDON, Jan. 14.—Andrew Bonar
Law and Lord Landsdowne decided
today to retain the leadership of the
unionist party in the house of commons
and the house of lords respectively and
to abandon the stand, they have taken
heretofore on the subject of food taxa
tion fn connection with the scheme
of imperial preference.
In reply to the memorial addressed
to him January 9 by a representative
meeting of unionists in which the
abandonment of the policy of food
taxes was advocated, Andrew Bonar
Law, who also spoke for Lord Lands
"It would have been more agreeable
to ourselves and in our view more for
th* interest of the unionist party that
a change of method should have been
accompanied by a change of leaders."
A Pew Choice Berths
and Staterooms and
One Cabin -de - Luxe
are Vacant on the
110 days- with additional stopover*
LEAVING SAN FRANCISCO ON
February 6, 1913
Apply (or Particular* to the
_W0 Powell St, San Francisco, C«l_
Percy Owen on His Return
East Is Warm in Praise
Haynes Factory Establishes
a Branch in Sacramento;
Notes for Autoists
LEON J. PINKSON
Another visitor from the east has
returned to his home enthusiastic over
California and what It offers to the
motor ear tourists. The latest man
to Join the ranks of California boosters
is none other than Percy Owen, sales
manager of the Chalmers Motor com
pany, who was recently the guest in
this city of E. P. Brinegar, head of
the Pioneer Automobile company, dis
tributer of the Chalmers car in north
ern California. An evidence of Owen's
enthusiasm is shown in an interview
published in Detroit upon his return
home, a copy of which has just been
received by Mr. Brinegar.
In the course of the interview Mr.
Owen dwells on the old familiar "see
America first" sentiment, and says that
he is- one of its new admirers. He ad
mits that he did not see America first,
or rather that part of country
noted for its scenic beauty, but he
declares he will now advise other
people to look over the United States
first, before exploring the ruined cas
tles and gloomy graveyards In Europe.
Mr. Owen tells of making three trips
to Europe before he came to view the
wonders of the west, and admits that
it was business that brought him to
the coast. "I had an idea," says Mr.
Owen, "that the heralded grandeur of
the Ilockies, the balmy climate and the
"old mission" atmosphere of Califor
nia and the snappy, invigorating air
and natural beauties of Oregon and
Washington, existed largely in the
minds of over enthusiastic residents
and the glowing literature of land
dealers. Consequently, when I left De
troit I did not anticipate pleasure other
than that which the record Chalmers
sales in the western states would pro
"There are many, I suppose, who
have made the mistake to which I am
forced to plead guilty—that of crossing
the Atlantic in pleasure travel without
having first sized up the western half
of this country. It is a mistake, too,
for in all my knocking around Europe
I never saw anything in the way of
scenery that equaled the beauty of
the west. The mountains are magnifi
cent and the climate couldn't be im
"California Is nothing less than a
paradise for autoists. The roads are
broad and smooth and almost endless,
it seems. Although the highways In
California are naturally good, the state
has gone actively into road improve
"It is different in Oregon. There is
some of the grandest scenery in that
state that man ever looked upon and
that should draw the automobile tour
ists by the thousand, yet the people
there are only beginning to wake to
the fact that there are other factors
than railroads that contribute to the
wealth and growth of a state. With
more and better constructed highways,
Oregon will be another California as a
mecca for motorists.
"I believe the betterment of high
ways in the northwest will get impetus
soon, however. The 'pioneers' have been
so busy growing for the last few years
they have not had time to build roads
or pay much attention to the won
* * *
Hayaes Branch In Sacramento—A
factory branch of the Haynes company
of Kokomo, Ind., has been established
at .Sacramento with George E
Valerius as manager. The branch will
be conducted in accordance with the
company's announced policy of caring
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aboard and ashore, railway, hotel,
shore excursions, carriages, guides,
fees; also railway fares to and from
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CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTiaUE. [
DIRECT 1,1 MS TO HAVRE— PARIS
Sailing Every Thursday and Saturday. .
FROM XEW YORK TO HAVRE
Every Thursday at 10 a. in.
La Lorraine. .Jan. 23 i La I'rovence.. Feb. 20
La Savote... .Jan. 30 j France Feb. 27
La Touraine...Feb. 6 La Tonralne..Mar. «
La Lorraine. .Feb. 13 I La Lorraine...Mar. 13
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE
Lvery Saturday at 3 p. m.
Niagara Jan. 25 J Bocbainbeau..Mar. 8
Florlde Feb. 3 j Chicago Mar. lo
Rochambeau..Feb. 8 I Niagara Mar. 22
Chicago Feb. 1;' 1 Roeiiambeau.. Apr. 5
FUGAZI BROS., Pacific Coast Managers, 630
Montgomery Street, San Francisoo.
CABIN OFFICE. 673 MARKET STREET,
for the wants of Haynes users in any
section where a number of cars have
been sold. It will have a complete
service department supplied with parts
direct from the factory and under
the direction of a factory trained ex
pert. This policy, according to the
Haynes representatives in San Fran
cisco, has proved of great value to the
company's representatives. Owners
have found information on e\ erv
matter that might possibly interest
them easily available. The result has
been that owners are learning moth
about their cars than they ever have
known before and are even more in
terested in motoring because of this.
Also, owners report, the cost of car
upkeep has decreased with better
knowledge of how to care for their
* * *
Wlnton for Local Lawyer—H. 1..
Owesney, manager of the local Wlnton
branch, reports that George E. Stoker,
member of the well known law firm
of McNair & Stoker of this city, haa
taken delivery of a 1913 Wlnton Six
five passenger touring car, handsome
ly finished in dark green. This ma
chine is * completely equipped, and
Stoker expects to use it to good ;u\
vantage on some very extensive to-irs
during the coming season.
.--PACIFIC OCE AX TRAVEL
LOS ANGELES **
SAN DIEGO Xfvc~c>\
SEATTLE ((vBaO J
TACOMA VICTORIA V st°J
Berth and Meals Included In Fare
LEAVE FROM PIERS 9 and 11
liOB An«.ele*. San IMeco. 'Santa Barbara
•State of Cal. .Jan. 16, 23, 30, Feb. 6, 13, 11 a. m.
Governor j aD . 20, 2p. m.
Q»«*n Jan. 27. Feb. 10, 2 p. m.
President Feb. 3. 17. 2 p. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa^arbara.
Seattle (Direct), .Tacoma, ToTrnncad,
Victoria, Vancouver. Alaska
Queen Jan. IS, Feb. 1. 13. 11 a. m.
City of Puebla Jan. 21, Feb. 4, 18. 2 p. m.
President Jan. 25, Feb. 8. 22, 11 a. in.
Umatilla Jan. 28, Feb. 11, 25, 2 p. ni.
Enreka (Humboldt Bay)
Topeka Jan. 16, 20, 25, 29, Feb. 3. 7, 12 noon
Alaska Cruises, 1913. Leave Seattle
Spokane. June 18; July 2, 16, 30; Aug. 13. 10 p.m.
Right reserved to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES—PaIace Hotel. 653 Market
street; 16 Market street and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearny 492.
S^St^- 1 ?^ 1226 Broadway: Tel. Oakland 5680.
_i-.Kl.LLi_.— 2l'2't Sbattuck ay.; Tel. Berk. 41.
C 7 D. DI'NANN. Passenger Traffic Manager.
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PORTLAND * LOS ANGELES
BEAR A. ROSE CITY
5.,.„„_s .,.„„_ £E* _ n , „A„
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* 15 ' $s ' as '
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BBBTB AND MEALS Included.
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A. OTTINOER. General Agent.
Tkt. office, 722 Mkt. opp. Call; tel. Sutter 8344
8 East st. opp. Ferry bldg.; tel. Sutter 2482
Oakland office. 122S Broadway; phones—Oak
land 1314, Home A 4331.
Berkeley office, 2105 Shattuck; tel. Berk. 331
___Sa£ramento, Jn«. Warrack. B(>4 X »t.
PACIFIC MAI I. __7__ __ '
HONOLULU, IHn J
Round Trip *uo *4»W»_r
THE BIG FOUR—"Mongolia,"
"Manchuria," "Korea," "Siberia."
Also "China," "Persia" and "Nile" for
Honolulu, Japan, China. Manila.
..-—-~... Next Sailing:
"CHINA" January 17
For Mexico. Central America, Panama.
Connecting for Europe and South Ameri a
.._?i^J t JK ni " ,? (Passengers and freight):
' BAN JUAN" January 23
NEW EXPRESS. PASSENGER
and FREIGHT SERVICE DIRECT
FOR PANAMA AND NEW YORK
"KANSAS CITY" tpass. and fr*ight).Jan. 15
Full information at
General Offices 384 Flood Blritr.
Ticket Offices 722 Market St.
Phone Kearny 3620.
_~. AMERICAN -HAWAIIAN
#C| STEAMSHIP COMPANY
%jWp Tehuantepec Route
Reaular Fast Freight Serrlcc
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
sailing from New York every six days
making direct connections with Pacini
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz
Mex.. every six days for San Francisco'
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under throuen
rates 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, Paciflo Coast
310 Sansome St., San Francisco.
TOYO RISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPAJTT
S. S. Chiyo Maru (via Manila direct)
•••• Saturday. Feb. 1. 1013
S. S. Nippon Maru (Intermediate service sa
loon accommodations at reduced rates)
_ ...*.... Friday, Feb. 21, 1011
8. 8. Tenyo Maru Saturday, March 1, 191.5
8. S. SBlnyo Maru (new) (via Manila direct)
Saturday. M.-iroh 22
Steamers sail from company's pier. No. 34,
near foot of Brannan st.. at 1 p. m., for Yoko
hama and Hongkong, calling at Honolulu, Kobe
(Hiogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, an
nectlng at Hongkong with steamers for Manila.
India, etc. No cargo received ou board on day
of sailing. Round trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage apply at office, fourth
Boor, Western Metropolis National Bank build
ing, 623 Market st. W. H. Avery.
Assistant General Manager.
SYDNEY SHORT Ln,E
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIN SCREW 10.000-ton steamer.
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" and "VENTURA."
MB HONOLULU .EsRr2£sl SYDNEY $3CO
HOUND THE WORLD—S6OO Ist cabin; $380 2d
-a bin, via Ceylon, Egypt, Italy, etc. i
Honoluio Sailing.—Jan. 28, etc., 2 p. m.
Sydney Sailings—Feb. 11, Mar. 11, etc.. 2 p. m.
Write or wire NOW for berths. Send f>r
rolder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 673 Market
Phone Sutter 646.
I For Folders, Tlekr-ts, otc. apply Paclflc j
I Navigation Co., «$0 Market ft., S. T. J
AND NEW ZEALAND
Sydney via Tahiti and \\ ellingtoa
B. 3. AORANGT (9,000 ton*) sails 11 a.m., Feb. 5
S. 8. TAHITI 112.000 tons) nails 11 a.m.. Mar. 5
5. S. MOANA (10,000 tons) sails 11 a.m., April 2
17MOY S. S. CO. OF \. _~ Ltd.
HIND, ROLPH ft CO., General Agents,
Tel. Doug. 3100, Ticket Office, 679 Market St.
HAMAI 111 I? BS.~VVILU_:i.MINA sails
IIUniULULU Jan !<"'• 88. HONOLULAJ.
sails Jan. 21. SS.
LINE sails Feb. 4. New steamers, 13.000 tons
displacement. I.enve Pier No. 3S. Round trip,
$110 and up. Direct service to the volcano.
MATSOX NAVIGATION COMPANY
I 208 Market Street. Saa Francises