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FOR ISLAND PORT
Watson Liner Sails for Ho*
nolulu With Big Cargo
and Many Passengers
Among Those Returning Is
the Head of Interisland
The Matsoa liner TVilhelmina. Cap
tain Peter Johnson, sailed yesterday for
Honolulu, crowded with passengers
and carrying- about 3,000 tons of
Jroigrnt. Moving pictures wore taken
or the ship from the pier and an oper
ator on the ship took pictures of the
crowd on the wharf. The moving pic
ture outfit is joiner to the Islands to
*'X* pictures of Island scenes and to
Kβ a record of the floral parade to
be held next month, ©ne film l "00
feer ionk. will be made for the Matson
Among: the passengers were tourist
parties from Chicago. New York. Port
land and Los Angreles. J. A. Kennedy,
head of the Interisland Steamship com
pany, his wife and family, are return
ing: to Honolulu on the Wllhelmina.
The passengers included:
». W m F Vob7 - Dr - * nd Mre - r M - Woodworth,
Mr. and Mrs. R, V. Bias, Lee Cochrane J. Arm-
T?t ng. L. L. Wheeler, Paul H. Benedict R.
A ian. A. O. Rose. P. A. Cook. W. F. Mc-
X* =hlin. O. H.°Sbepanl, Mr. and Mrs. O j.
Pikle and child. Mrs. M. E West, Miss Kath
arine Tucker. Mrs. R. E. Harris. Miss Grace
Wheeler, Mis* Mabel Wheeler, Miss Alvina J.
TOss M!ss Ida B. Xnss, Mrs. Ella W. Gar. Mr.
and Mr\ Norrls. Mr. Rnd Mrs W H
Hnssman. Miss Rnth Hussman. Mrs L. I, La
Pierre, .\riss Mary Colvey, Mrs. U M Curtln
Miss M. E. Arorill. Mrs. F. Stewart. Mrs. C. H.
Poster. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krtel. Miss Rol
lln*, J. 1.. Flanrwrr, Mr. anrf Mrs. M. Jaooby.
Mrs. R. Brelle. Mis. 1. Manley, Mr and Mrs.
W. P. Kuowlton. Miss Anne O. Blodgetf, Mre.
S. L. Oerould. Mrs. Isaac N. Blodjrett. Mr end
>p-=. MrConnell. Mrs. W! V. Thnroraell,
>&■;. F. T. Warriuer. Mrs L. W. Ostrander, A.
JArhr* W. H. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. F. Si
lU«.**». Miss Birdie Brems, Miss Virirlnia
J*asS>«*nl. Miss A. T. "hpwlis. Mrs. X B Tay-
Mis* Mary Bppry. Mrs. M. E. Reery. Miss
FxJrtu Symonds. Mr. and Mrs. C. M Svmonds.
J. C Frcele. Raymond Oaumon't, i>r. and
Mh. J. \V. Ross. Mrs. J. B. Davidson. Mr. and
M>*. U R. Mellus, George F. Schuyler. Miss
Helen Fanr. Miss v Scliuyler. Miss C. Schuvler
Miss M R. Oonchite. Miss Mario Ty-son. Mrs!
Oeorge IT. Tyson. Mrs. J. A. Black, Mrs. C. B
Shaver, Mi*s Shever, Miss E. Gillis Miss M. C.
Otitis, Miss E. P. Allen. Mrs. C 'H. Wilbolf.
Mr«. J. C. Strawbridge. Mr. and Mrs F
Steele. Misa Wilh-rt. Miss Fancbon Pavl*. *Mr.
and Mrs. George H. DaTis, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Redlnjrton. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Robinson.
Miss Mabel Chalmers. Mrs W. S. Wall. Mr. and
Mr*. C I). Lufkin. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter,
Mr. an. Mrs. Charles Hall. R. n. Milllken, F.
Stewart, Sir. and Mrs. A. T. Towler, Mr. and
sirs. Ernst E. Nebr, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Pot
ter. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kennedy, Stanley Ken
body and Bessie Kennedy.
Honolnlan Tiring;* Big: C'arsro
The Matson liner Honolulan. Captain
Jtpnnett, which arrived Tuesday night
from Honolulu, hrougrht a largre cargo
and 27 passessrers. The carsro Included
fcn.onn liaf?s c of sug-ar, cases of
Canned pineapples and 4.500 bunches of
The passengers include!:
T "nn»tt«* Cooper. Miss K. Cnindall. A.
T . Mis* J. "Fletcher. T. T. Foyer, Mrs. J. T.
T".Trr. Mis- T. l'oy<«r, Oonrgo Foote R. B. Favr
mtt. Sip. R. B. F«wcett. Miss L.' GeMtng. V.
V I.swrcn", G. .Mires. V. J. Moran. P. Phillips.
Irwin Rppd. Mrs. Irwin Roed, J. w. Rolilanw
»«<=? Minora Sat<\ A. T. BUen, Miss M. E. Stew
art, Miss de Vries, E. H. Wolbourn and T. Zcno.
Kanuo City Sails for Panama
TTie Pacific Mail liner Kansas City
yesterday" for Panama via San
Pedro with passengers a cargo
of New York freight. Among the pas-
was Dr. P. de Ob c arrio. o consul
general for Oosta Rica and consul for
Panama at. this port'- The docfljor has
been granted a 90 day leave. p*art of
*rhich I)*> will in Panama look
y , * " over the progress made In the
work. The doctor for six years
t'.as a mftnhfr of the canal zone sani
tary department under Colonel Gorgas.
TWore returning- to San Francisco he
expects to visit Cuba. ""While In Costa
Hlca> he expects to do some good work
Sy the way of promoting Interest in
i~-r rariania-Paciflc exposttioji. ,
I ml* to Death In Dr^rdeok
TViillam McGregor, first officer of the
British la.nk«r VA fell Ho his
dr-ath early yesterday morning when he
*!ipped° on o the gangway and fell to the
••om of Htinters Point drydock,
where the steamer is undergoing re
leirs. It is believed that McGregor,
*ho had turned in early, went on deck
aftor thp heavy storm' to make sure
that everything was all right with the
•hip. In the darkness he made a mis
• ipp and fell to the bottom of the big
basin. Death -was instantaneous. Me~
p BCor was °a Tiative of Dundee, Scot
-40 of atr*\
« luiiiKp of Mnntern
Ste'a.mer Norwood Bernard Kelly, old
master; Co A. Knudson, new master.
Steamer Cltarlee Nelson, Thorwald
Water o Front Sot**
!>reipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 1,480,000 feet.
The army transport Logan sailed yes
terday from Honolulu for Manila.
The liner Siberia, from this port, ar
rived yesterday at Honolulu.
The Japanese liner Nippon Mam left
Hongkong January 11 for this port.
S Th" Japanese liner Chiyo Maru.
which is due today from the far east,
expected to arrive about 10 o'clock
a. m., and will dock about 12:30.
praervrs of the ocean
Kxports hy the Acapnlco
The strainer Aeapulco sailed for Balhoa and
tt-K.v ports with cargo rallied at $112,103,
to iw distributed as follows: For Mexico. 15,178;
Ontrrl America, $31,192; Panama. $530; Colom
$1.!<«: Ecnedor, ISC' , ,; Xpw York, $42,906;
■nany. $24,404; England, $3,700; Denmark,
$1,000. Tlif following wrre the principal ehfp
I'o M^Tifo—222 pfcgs fresh fnilts. 53 rs
canned girfvle. GOO lbs dried fruit, 10 cs salmon,
600 lbs coffer.
To Central America—2,sfiO bbls flour. 25.590
li>« rirp, 6,200 Ibe lard. Hβ cs canned goods.
80 lbs codfish. 1.890 lbs uplees. 122 kegs fresh
IvM •«. cs salmon. I,<WB Ibe and 30 bxe raie
!«•, '<k> lb« dried fruit, 1.R05 Eale wine. 36 cs
w v _r, 3,000 c* and 13 drums kerosene. G4 tons
(«-, leer, 46.000 ft lumber, 22 en oil*. 10.000
In* eiilphur, 29.030 lbs tallow. 2.0e7 lbs borax.
S.K'O «ks cement, 121 pkgs machinery, 4,805 lbs
Jr> Panama —I,WO gal?« wine.
To Colombia—l.72s ga!s wine, 60 cs canned
f-Kvlu, Iβ ca ramins, 51 cs and 8 kege powder.
To New Y0rk—5.250 gals wine. 67.000 lb*
n?iinei>, 77,509 lb* aseorted dried frultß. 00.800
ihs raisiriit. 2,792 cs canned goods, 2,000 cs
«almr>n. 4d,050 lbs N-ann.
To (iermany —l2.''.47 lbs rani'Va beans.
To Kn^land —1.900 lb« vanilla bean*.
Tβ Tienraark —1,000 lbs vauilla beaus.
for the Inland*
The KtPamer n*\\"<\ to? Hil« BatVf
ddy frtth rsirso valued at |10e,250 and including
2.170 Rw better, l,*eS lb«> and 5 en cheese,
."...'flft lbs fresh meat. 5.(188 lbs hams and hacr>n.
12 280 Jr.* lard, e,f»oo )h* rice; r>o or, 60 bnl«
nnrl 14 kitd «alm»n: T..527 lb« o dried flsh. 24.f>i7
Iba be«tis. 4.7HT, etls barley. 48 ctls wheat. Ut.liO
lbs bran. 12,000 lbs midrtlinifs, JW) ctln corn, 30
tons alfalfa meal, I.4<K) bafrs har. 13.4R3 llik
euvar, 60 tons salt. 572 pkge potatoes, 288 pkg«
onlcnii. it'H pkss frenh frulte. 6.52S Ibn and 119
<« bread, 3,450 Ibe dried fruits. 2,03" Ihs raioinn.
4 ."-.Mi |ba rortflsh. 2,217 eg canued Roods. 3,814
pale and 13 en wine, 13 <-s whisky. 10 cs brandy.
•4 1 pkp« wagon material, 1,320 sku cement, Oβ
roils rope. 2,440 lbs and 15 Cβ tobacco. 200 tons
fertilizer, 4:> pkRS saddlery, 10 rolls leather. 44
ca boots and Nhoes, 42 pkgs sewing machines, 17
pkjrs marhinery. 3,636 ft lntnber, 7 antoror>hlles
«ncl 25 pkga parts. 225 cs powder, 280 Cβ nltro
jrirrer'n. 4-" rs rape and fuse. 2fi3 cs and 10 bhls
oils. 85 drum? and .V) cs jrasoline, ,ss drums dis
tillate, 1,850 ca kerosene, <j head cattle, 1 horse.
Xotlce to Mariner*
Office r>f Inspector.
Nineteenth Lighthouse Pistrict.
Honolulu. T. H.. .Tan. 2. 1013.
Hawaiian islands. Maul Island, northeast tUore
- Panwaliio point alight, reported extinguished,
Tvi 1! be relighted a" .soon as practicable. C. & fJ.
S (harts 4116, 4100. Light List, Pacific Coast.
J312. page 80, No. 561 A. Buoy List, etc., Nine-
D let, 1011, pegs 9. By onU-r of the
commiiisioD*] of lighthouse*.
A. E. ABLBDGE. Inspector.
Nineteenth Lighthouse Pistrkt.
/ The Buford Iβ at San Franelaco.
k he Crook J? Nt San Frandneo.
1 '."Can left San Francisco January 6 for
'■ i he Sheridan is at Honolulu, due to Jeare for
FTancktco January 17.
Tho Sherman I* at Honolulu, due to leare for
San Franci.*™ January 17.
Iho Thomas la at Manila.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers
-, TO ARRIVE
Monterey & Santa Cniz.jEureka j.Ien. Iβ
San Diego & Los Ang. . jCoronado Jan. 16
Point Arena & Albion.. Pomo Jan. Iβ
Port San Luis !Coos Bay Jan. 10
China & Japan Chlyo Maru Man. Iβ
San Diego & Los Ang.. Roanoke Man. Iβ
Loe Angeles (Willamette Man. IT
Willapa Harbor ! Santa Barbara.. Jen. 17
Portland & Astoria i Northland (Jan. lc
Humboldt JF. A. Kilburn. ..j.Jan. 17
Los Angeles Hanalel jJan. 1"
Honolulu ISlerra 'Jan. 17
Balboa & Acapuleo jSan Juan Man. 1"
Puget Sound <Forts Senator Man- 17
San Dleeo & Los Ang..!Queen 'Jan. 17
Humboldt INorth Fork jJan. IS
Seattle iSetoe |Jan- 18
Sal ('mi & San Diego. .[Virelnlan (Jan. 1»
Portland & Aitorla IRochelle Jan. IS
Fort Bragg IBrunswick Man. IS
San Diego & Loe Ang.. Harrard ... jJan. l^
Portland & Astoria Bearer Jan. 18
Portland & Astoria Geo. W. Elder. -Man. IS
Humboldt Sauta Monica. ..Jan. 19
Humboldt City of Topeta.jJan. lfl
Seattle direct Miorernor Man. Jf»
Mendocino 4: Shel. Covp'Soa Foam Jan. 19
Loe Angeles (Rose City !Jan. 19
Portland & Astoria JYosemlte (Jan. 2O
Los ADgeles direct 1Y«1* J". 20
Los Angeles & Way Pts Santa Clara ... Jan. 20
San Diego * Los Ang.. State of Cal Jan. 20
Manila & Ilonohilu. ... Sherman Jan. 20
Seattle & Tacoma Ad. Sampson ...Jan. 20
Fort Bragg Arctic Jan. 2i
Sal. Crux & San Diego. N«»adan Jan. 22
Balboa & San Pedro... Penneylranla ...Man. 22
Los Angeles direct.... Yale [Jan. 22
I Sails -Pier
Jan. leiEureka ISanU Crua.. 4 pm 13
Jen. 16iJason Oovm»i ... j 5 pm 12
Jan. ltflOrown OordoTa. London B pm
Jan. 16 Re<londo Cooe Bay .. Spin! 19
Jan. Iβ Coronado Grays HarborilO ani 21
Jan. 16 City of Topeka. Humboldt ...|12 m 11
Jan. leState of Cal San Diego. .. 11 am 8
Jan. Iβ Cbas. Nelson... jPuget Sound. 5 pm 38
Jan. leRose City Lee Angeles. 11 am 40
Jan. lTlEllMbeth [Coqullle Elr. 4 pmj Iβ
Jan. 17|Bandon Coqullle Rlv. 12 m 19
Jan. 17|Wat«on Puget Sound.! 3 pm 10
Jan. 17'Roanoke Portland ...110 am 13
Jan. 17 Willamette Puget Sound. 10 am 51
Jan. 17SanU Barbara., bos Angeles. 1 pm 51
Jan. ;7 Kiamatb [Portland ...j 5 pm 51
Jan. 17 Northland ILos Angeles, j 5 pm 27
Jan. 17!China !Hongkong ...1 1 pm 42
Jan. 18;Santa Monica.. Loe Angeles.j 10 am. 51
Jan. IS Carmel Graya Harbor 5 pmj 27
Jan. 5S«F. A. Kllburn.. Humboldt ...112 m 13
Jan. lS'Setoe Hamburg ... 5 pm 19
Jan. 18'Hanalel Loe An(?el#e. 3 pm 10
Jan. 18 Queen jPuget Sound. 11 am 9
Jan. ]8!Craftsman Victoria .... 5 pm ....
Jan. 18]Oeo. W. Elder.. San Diego...) 7 pm 13
Jan. 18'Coos Bay ...iPt. San Lnls. 4 pm 11
Jan. Iβ;Yale Lou Angeles. 4 pm 7
Jan. 19 Catnlno Portland ...jlO am 8
Jan. 19 Pomo Point Arena..! 6 pm 8
Jan. 19;Arctlc Fort Bragg.. '■> pm
Jan. 20;North Fork ...iHnmboldt ..12 m 88
Jan. SO^YosemfH 1 ;San Diego... 4 pm 61
Jan. 20-Roee City |Portland 12 u> 40
Jan. 2O St. HpIods jPortland ...! 4 pm 19
Jan. 2fikJoYernor !San Diego... 2 pm 9
Jan. 2l;City of Puebla.jPuget Sound. 2 pm 9
Jan. 21 Cbehalis Grays Harbor
Jan. 2l|BeaTPr Loe Angeles.,11 am 40
Jan. 21jHono!nlan Honolulu ...12 m S8
Jan. 22 Spa Foam Point Arena. 4 pm 4
Jan. 22'Brunswick Tort Brai?g.. 3 pm
Jan. 22 Santa Clara ... Los Aaeelee.! 2 pm 13
Jan. 22 Isthmian S«Hna Cruz..[10 am ....
Tan. 22 Bee Puget Sound.il3 m 38
Jan. 22 Rochelle Portland ...|
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
iy & Wh.v Ports., HumboMt jJ*b.
17 & Way Ports. iCuracao Jan.
e & Wey Portt.. I Northwestern ... Jan.
& Seward , Yukon Jan.
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
Washington I Piw 17
Jackson'Pier Iβ I
PeeifloIPier 21 ,.
I Broadway l;P!er 23 Ore*
Broadway 2'PJer 23 Ore*
ValleJoiPler 27 I
i Green!Pi#r Rl
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET
2 Mission 1 Pier 24 Spear
4 Mission 2 Pier 28.. Main
8 Howard I Pier 34 B«ale
8 Howard 2;Piw 36 Fremont
10 Howard 3'Pier 38 Flr»t
12 Foleona lPier 40]
14 Folsom 2*Pler 42 \ P. M. 8. S. Co.
Iβ Harrison;Pier 44 J
20 8teuartiPie£ K4 FVwrth
Sun, Moon and Tide
United States coaet and geodetic euTTey—Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf), add 23 minutes.
THUItSDAY, JANUARY 16
Sun ri*es , 7:24
Suu sets 5:16
Moon sets 1:12 a. m.
f-'ull moon January 22, at 7.-HI a. m.
La<t quarter moon.. .January 28. at 11:25 p. m.
Jβ.. S:;i.ji 5.3 12:46] I.I 7:30; 3.4 ll:25i 2.7
17.. 6:13 6.6' 1:46 0.4 8:55 3.7
L W H W; L W H W
18.. 0:28 S.I 7:02 5.8s 2:35>'—0.2 9:55 4.0
Iβ.. 1:84 3.3 7:53 6.1 3:2St —0.8 10:45 4.4
20.. 2:33 3.4 8:40' «.4 ! 4:17 —1.2 11:30 4.G
21.. 3:35 3.3 9:38 6.o! 5:02'—1.4
ii w l w !h wf !r. w
22.. I 0:ll| 4.9' 4:.'i2! S.I 10:?,l' fi.5! f,:4a:_i.4
United States Branch Hydrographlc Office. Mer
chants' Exchange, San Francisco, January
The time ball on the roof of the Fairmont hotel
was dropped todty exactly at noon, Pacific stand
ard time (120 th meridian), or at Sh. 00m. 003.
Greenwich mean time.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, V. 8. N.. In Charge.
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbore.
it open of
eet water over bar,
with Inner bar P. S.
oan buoy bearing NE.
Channel ehifted to south
lately, and Iβ nearly
straight ont from buoy.
' mpqua .
I. to north fairway
I "n rrest of bar.
est wati-r .V)0 feet from
black buoy at end of
in srood order.
longer oppn. Not Qrer
14 fgpt at low water.
[•;tti «ivr; .r.'..•.'. w ".*. t;".*.*
U.S. Branch Hydrographic Office
A branch of tbe United States hydrograpbic
office, located in the Merchants' Exchange, is
maintained in Ban Francisco for the benefit of
mariner*, without regard to nationality, and free
of Navigators are cordially lnyited to
visit the office, where a complete set of charts
amio galling directions of tbe world are kept at
hund for comparison and reference, and the latent
information can always he obtained regarding
lights, dangers to navigation and matters of in
tercet to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, U. S. N., in Charge.
ASSESSMENT TO BE DELAYED
IX)S ANGELES, Jan. 15. —Complying
with requests of citrus growers' asso
ciations, Ed. W. Hopkins, county asses
sor, anounced today that no rate for
Ijos Angeles county citrus groves af
fected by the recent cold snap would be
announced until March I. By that time
it was expected, the actual damage
done by the frost would be ascertained.
Hopkins said there would be no hori
zontal increase in the assessment rate.
'THE- SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
By MARCONI WIHBLESS
These reports are received dlreetlr
from the Pacific ooaet stations of the
slarconl Wlreleaa company t
Tuesday, January 14.
JAPANESE STEAMER CHIYO MARU—From
China, etc., for San Frnnclwo; 8 p. m.. 530
miles off San Franeineo: strong northwest wind;
rough sea; oTercast; cloudy.
STEAMER VENTURA—Hence Jan. 14 for Syd
ney via Honolulu; H p. m.. 44 miles from San
Francisco: strong southeast gale: rough sea;
barometer 29.53; temperature 53; all well.
STEAMER J. A. CHASTSXOR —From Portland for
Monterey; 8 p. m., 376 miles north of Monte
rey ; all well.
STEAMER SIERRA—From Honolulu for Ban
Francisco; 8 p. tn., 898 miles from San Fran
cisco; oil well.
STEAMER ASUNCION—From San FraneUeo for
f'ordoTa; 8 p. m., 63 miles north of Blunts
reef; all well.
STEAMER W. F. HEREIN— From Honolulu for
Port Saa Luis; 8 p. m., 1,885 milee fr<Sm Port
San Lois; all well.
STEAMER SIBERIA—From San Francisco for
Honolulu; 8 p. m., 1,918 milee from San Fran
cisco; all well.
Wednesday, January 15.
STEAMER WILXEOtINA— From San Francisco
for Honolulu; 2:30 p. m., passing Farallones;
light southwest wind; sea moderate; weather
clear; all well.
SEATTLE, Jan. 15.
STEAMER WASHTENAW—Tacoma, Port Har
ford; 12 miles south of Port Townsend at 8
ETEAMER SENATOR—Seattle-San Francisco; 5
miles west of Race rock at 8 p. m.
STEAMER NORTHWESTERN—Ia canal de Haro.
Kellett bluff, at 8 p. m.
ASTORIA, Jan. 15.
STEAMER ASUNCION—For Cordova; 493 miles
Dorth of San Francisco at 8 p. m.
STEAMER W. S. PORTEH—Southbound; 9
miles south of Cape Meare at 8 p. m.
STEAMES CAPTAIN A. F. LUCAS- Southbound;
11 miles south of Yaquina head at 8 p. m.
EAST SAN PEDRO. Jan. 18.
STEAMER HAN ALEl—Passed Anacapa island
at 6:20 p. m.; southbound.
STEAMER ARGYLL—Off Point Arguello at 8
p. m.; northbound.
I STEAMER ST. HELENS—Off Point Sal at 8*
p. in.; southbound.
STEAMER SAN JUAN—B96 miles sonth of San
Francisco at 8 p. m.; northbound.
STEAMER ACAPULCO—4IO miles south of San
Francisco at S p. m.: southbound.
STEAMER WILLAMETTE— L«ft San Pedro at
8:30 p. m.; northbound.
EUREKA. Jan. 15.
STEAMER J. B. STETSON—S p. in ,60 miles
north of Mendooino.
STEAMER CATANIA—B p. m., 272 miles north
of San Francisco.
STEAHER ALLIANCE—3 p. m., off Umpqua
STEAMER UMATILLA—B p. n>., 8 mile* north
of Cape Blanco.
RAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 15.
STEAMER J. A. CHANSLOR—B p. m., 207 miles
north of Monterey. "
STEAMER VENTURA—S p. to., 414 mllea out.
STEAMER RIVERSIDE—B p. m., eff Point
STEAMER ATLAS—R p. m.. 26 milee north of
San Francisci-. with barge 93 in tow.
STEAMER WILEELMTNA--8 p. m., 85 miles
STEAMER KANSAS CTTT—B p. m., 57 miles
south of STan Francisco.
STEAMER CHIYO MARU—B p. m., 173 miles
STEAMER HARVARD—Passed Pigeon point at
6:40 p. m.
STEAMER BEAR—B p. ra., 25 miles south of
STEAMER COL. E. L, DRAKE—B p. m. 12
miles north, of Point Arena.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
(Social Pispatch to The Call)
BAN PEDRO. Jan. 15.—Steamer Thomas L.
Wand discharged 750,000 feet of lumber for the
Kerckhoff-Cnzner company and cleared for Orays
Harbor via San Francisco to reload.
Steamer Tallac finished discharging a partial
cargo of poles and piling for the Weir & Jordan
company and cleared for Redondo Beach to dis
charge the remainder, thence for Everett to re
The Pacific Coast company's steamer Queen
cleared for San Diego with passengers and
freight, and will touch here tomorrow north
bound for l'usret sound ports via San Francisco.
Steamer Willamette discharged 050,000 feet of
lumber for the Charles McCormick Lumber com
pany and cleared tonight for Portland to reload,
taking passengers and freight for the Merchants
Steamship company at San Francisco.
The Independent company's steampr Hanalel
arrived this morning from San Francisco direct,
bringing 49 paesengers and .'*Gj tons of miscella
neous freight and merchandise for. the Crescent;
Wharf company, and cleared tonight on the re
Steamer Mayfslr discharged 800,000 feet T>f
luniber for wholesalers here and at Redondo
Beach and cleared for Willapa Harbor in ballast
Steamer William H. Mnrphy has arrived from
Rureka. carrying 850,000 feet of lumber con
signed to the Pacific Lumber company at Wil
Steamer Bowdoin arrived this afternoon from
Eureka, having In tow the launch Ethel H,
picked up disabled in Santa Barbara channel last
night. The Bowdoln will proceed tomorrow for
San Diego, carrying 750,000 feet of lumber.
Steamer Claremont arrived from Redoudo Beach
with balance of lumber cargo.
.Steamer Bowdoln. which arrived late today
from Eureka, brought to this port four men who
were rescued last night from the launch Ethel
11, which became disabled In the Santa Barbara
channel during a heavy gale. The launch, which
wae formerly operated by Ethel Hall, the "smug
gler queen," after whom it was named, was
towed In by tlic Bowdoin. The men who were
rescued were Captain James E. Wright H. B.
Trader, A. D. Duprag and C. Hawley, who were
on a fishing trip.
PORTLAND, Jan. 15.—Lumtter laden for 4 San
Francieco, steamer Rochelle, Captain Nelson,
sailed from Rainier this morning at 9 o'clock.
To load a cargo of lumber for San Francisco,
new McCormlck steamer Multnomah arrived at
Rainier from San Francisco on ber maiden voy
Laden with general freight for Bandon and
way, gas steamer Anvil sailed tonight froea
Steamer Shasta has cleared at the etiitom hone
for Ban Pedro with 900,000 feet of lumber.
Steamer Coaster, Captain Nason, has cleared
for ban Francieco with 600,000 feet of lumber.
Carrying passengers and general freight,
steamer George W. Elder, Captain Paulsen,
•ailed tonight for San Francisco, San Pedro and
l.adon with 673,542 feet of lumber for Val
paraiso, schooner Lottie Bennett towed down
for Astoria this morning. Her cargo la rained
Bringing , 850 tons of general freight steamer
Aurelia, Captain Carey, arrived at Oak street
at 8:30 o'clock this morning. She will load part
of her lumber cargo for California here and the
remainder at Knappton.
Slipping quietly up the river this morning.
Norwegian steamer Mathilda missed her orders
to put in to Pacific Coast coal bunkers and pro
ceeded on up to Inman-Poulsen mills, where she
will later load lumber for Shanghai. The big
tramp reached the mill* at 0 o'clock this morn
ing, coming from Sen Francisco, and wae turned
back to the bankers. After taking coal there
•he again will proceed up through the bridges
and load her cargo of fir for the orient. She Is
under charter to Balfoor, GutbHe * Co. y
ABERDEEN. Jan. 15 —Packed to ltd capacity
with merchandise destined for San Francieco in
the warehouse of Paraugh company. The bulk of
merchandise is for steamer Columbia, due'here
next Monday. There are from fire to six loads
of staves aod headiugs. 1,000 cases of clams and
a great quantity of miscellaneous freight.
Other outgoing steamers to Ban Francisco
which are to handle package freight are also re
ceiving a large patronage.
Steamer Chehalis, which arrlred Monday, made
an unusuaHy quick trip from San Franeisee. cem
ine »n In 54 hours, which is considered remark
able in view of the stormy weather and other
drawbacks at this season of the year. The Che
faalis has booked a considerable number of pas
sengers for the outward bound trip.
Schooner Forest Home, which has been on the
marine railway, la ready for loading.
Schooners Robert Searles, from Guaymas, and
Maweema, from San Pedro, hare arrived.
Steamers Daisy Mitchell, Tahoe. G. C. Undjtuer
and Tamalpals and oil tank steamer George
I.nomie came over the bar and all but the Loomis
will take away cargoes.
Tacoma Dredging company's dredger, which
filled thf tide flats west of Broadway and also
(lie tide flats in East Hoquinm, haa been towed
to Westnort. where she will await a favorable
opportunity to cross the bar and will then go to
Steamer <?. C. T.indaoer arrived from San
Francisco and harkeatine Arago from Santa Ro
ASTORIA. .Tan. l. _ >.—Tank steamer W. S>Pnr
tfr Mlled today for San Francisco after dis
charging its cargo of rnide oil.
Schooner I.ottle Bennett, with its cargo nt lum
ber for Valparaiso, has arrived from Portland
United States Pepsrtment of Agriculture—
Weather Bureau, San Francisco, Jan. 15, 1913.
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PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following tables the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are given:
£ g , 5
Flaps tart ....
: Rosebiirg ....
i Salt t.ake
. L. ObUpo.
IO.UO: be-, raranon.
'0.7e : Spokane
0.00;i Walla TValla.
» . ...
•Snow on ground, 79 iueh.es.
Abilene 168148! .i-Oi'Kanean Clfy...
Atlantic Clty..l4e!2ei.Oi) 1 :KnoiTil]e
Boston 144 2S .00 LouisTille
Buffalo |44!34,Tr.j Memphis
Charleston ...160 42 .00 Montgomery...
Chicago 44|32 .00 Moorhead
Denver 58)38 .00 New Orleans..
Des Moinee... 44 34 .OOjiNew York
Dodge City... 58132! .00 [North PUtte..
Puluth 24 U Tγ. j Oklahoma 1
Ihiranffo 40122 .no! Pittsburg
Eastport 40|22 .OOj Roewell
(ialT.-*ton 62|..1.00! St.
Green Bay 38 24'.OO , St. Paul
Hatteras 56 46!.00j Tampa
Havre 21-41.00: Toledo
Huron 42 16| .00 Washington ..
Jaoksoev'if. ..!64!52|Tr. j Winnipeg
Tanana |-12!-24j .00
!Vald« I 24| 81.OO
•Reports of preceding day.
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CON'PITIONS
The storm na» gradually extended over the en
time coast and east orer the great basin. Rain
has fallen at all points, and amounts exceeding
one fucU are reported »t various stations. The
heaviest 24 hour rainfall occurred at Pan Luis
Oblppo and amounted to 1.66 Inches. The next
heaviest was at Sacramento, 1.06 inchPß. High
winds have neeu genrrsl in the Interior and in
Nevada. At Los Angeles a maximum wind veloc
ity of 34 miles from the southeast occurred, and
at San Diego 26 from the southeast. Sfnrm warn
ings are displayed along the entire coast. Un
usually warm weather prevails over the whole
country east of the mountains. An area
of high pressure remains stagnant over the At
lantic coast and the weather has been generally
Forecast made at San Francisco for the SO honr§
ending at midnight January Iβ. 1013:
San Francisco and vicinity , —Showers Thnrsdajr;
moderate south wind, rfiangiag to nest.
Santa Clara valley—Showors Thursday; moder
ate south wind.
Sacramento valley—Showers Thursday, snow In
the mountains; brisk south wind.
San Joaquin valley—Shower* Thursdays; brisk
California south of Tehaehnpi—Pbowers Tbur»
day, unsettled weather; brisk south wind.
A. O. McADIE, District Forecaster.
DAILY RIVER BULLETIN
SACRAMKNTO. Jan. 15.—Observations take*
at 7 a. m. today:
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: ■■■:■. ■.>-.:.■■■■■:■ '■ .'■
Sacramento Watershed —
Kennett, Sacramento river.. 23.0
Ked Bluff, Snoramento river 2.H.0
Saint John. Stony creek 12.0
Jactnto, Sacramento river... 21.0
Oolusa, Sacramento river... 20.0
Knights Landing. Bar., river. 18.0
Ororille. Feather river 25.0
MarysTille. Yuba river 30.0
Nleolaus. Feather rlTer 25.0
Folsoni. American river
Sacramento, Sacto. river 29.0
Rio Vista, 8acramento river. 13.0
San Joaquin Watershed —
Jacksonville, Tuolumne river 20.0
Melones, Stanislaus river
Lettirop. San .Toaquln river.. 17.0
Jenny Llnd. Calaveras river. 10.o
Electra, Mokelumne river... 12.0
Bensons Ferry Mokelumno.. 12.0
•Indicates a rise. —Indicates * fall.
OroTllle should hare been 4.3 feet January 14.
There will be a substantial rise in the streams
of both watersheds during the next two days.
N. B. TAYIXHt, Local Forecaster.
and will go to sea as soon as the weather condi
tions are favorable.
SchooDer W. H. Marston. which arrived Tues
dny afternoon from Valparaiso, reports encounter
ing a aerie* of heavy gales on the way np the
coast, but it was not injured. The Marston will
ioad lumber at Portland.
Steam achooner Qulnault arrived from Portland
today and went to Knappton to load lumber.
Steam schooner Rochelle will sail this evening
for San Francisco with a cargo of lumber If the
weather conditions are favorable.
Steam schooner Northland sailed today for San
Francisco with a cargo of lumber.
Steamers Nokomia and Seliorae have finished
loading lumber at Westport and will be brought
The new steam schooner Mnltnomah arrived
lato Tuesday evening from San Francisco to load
Captain Jacobsen arrived today from Seattle to
assume charge of the tug Tatorwh, which will
rail for Puget sound Thursday. The tug Fearless
will remain In service here for a short time to
finish up the business which the company has on
hand, and will then return to San J'ranclsco, its
SEATTLE. Jan. 15.—Arrived—Steamer Dolphin,
Sailed—German steamer Setos, for Hamburg;
steamer Senator, tor San Francisco; schooner
Trans-it, for San Pearo.
Wednesday, Jannary 15.
1:15 p. m.. stmr Klamath, Maro, 73 hours from
Astoria; passengers and 700,000 feet lumber to
C. R. MeCormlck & Co.
10:30 a. m.. stmr Harvard. Jcnten, 18 hour*
from San Pedro; passengers and merchandise to
Pacific XaYigation company.
12 m., stmr Arctic, Under. 19 hours from Fort
Bragg; 310,000 feet lumber to Union Lumber
1:35 a. ra, etmr Rainier, Lundqulst. 30 boura
from San Pedro; ballast to Pollard & Co.
2:30 a. m.. etmr Norwood. Kelly, 32 houra
from San Pedro; ballaet to Sudden & Chrlsteneen.
2:50 a. m., stmr Aberdeen, Malom % 37 hours
from Eureka; 470,000 feet lumber to Pacific
Lumber company. _,
4:50 a. m., etmr Stanley Dollar, Th 'ing. 32
hours from Redondo Beach; ballast to I. *ayne &
6 a. m., etmr Grays Harbor, Johnson, S3 hours
from Redondo Beach; ballast to Sudden & CUris-
tensen. _ .
4 a. m., stmr Caraw, Hardwiek:, 4 days from
Grays Harbor; bonnd aonth. put In for fuel.
8 a. m.. stmr Isthmian. Hall, 13 days 22 hours
from Sallna Cms, via San Dtego .18 hoars; mer
chandise to Williams. Dimond * Co.
2:50 p. m., etmr Helen P. Drew, Johannsen, 18
hours from Greenwood; 275,000 feet lumber to L.
E. White Lumber company.
6:40 p. m.. stmr Centralis, Svensen, 32 hours
from San Pedro; ballast to Pollard Steamship
8:35 p. m., stmr Vanguard, Odland. 80 hours
from Eureka; pound south, pot In for fuel.
Wednesday, January 15.
Stmr Res* City. Rankin. San Pedro; San Fran
cisco and Portland Steamship company.
Stmr City of Topefca, Zeb. Eureka; PacUk
Coast Steamship company.
Stmr Harrard. Jepsen. San Diego; Pacific
Navigation company. i
Wednesday. January 15.
12:30 p. m., etmr Wllhelmlna, Johnson. Hono
12:40 p. m., U. S. tug Iroquols, James, San
12:45 p. m., stmr Kansas City. Tlbbette. Ancon
via San Pedro.
12:50 p. m., stmr Prentlse. Ivereon, Eureka.
8:50 a. m., stmr Col. E. L. Drake, Badger, Se
2:30 p. m., etmr Santa Clara, Jeseen, San
2:40 p. m.. etmr Bear, Nopander, Portland.
2:50 p. m., etnir Carmel, Hardwlck. San Pedro.
3:25 p. in., stmr Pasadena, McGovern. Albion.
4 p. m., Btmr Brunswick, Wablgren, Fort
3:45 p. m., stmr Atlas. Smith, Seattle.
3:45 p. m., barge S3, Klrkwood, Columbia
river, in tow stmr Atlas.
4:20 p. m., stmr Sea Foam, Henrickson, Mendo
4:20 p. m.. stmr Harvard. Jepeen, Saa Pedro.
5:30 p. ai., stmr Nebraskan, Knight, Salina
8:30 p. m., Ger etmr Buffalo, Jaaaaen, Woo
eung, fur crders.
POINT REYES. Jan. 15. 9 a. m.—Reining;
wind SW; velocity IS mile* an hoar.
FARAIXONES. Jan. 15, 9 a. m.— Ctoody; wind
W: velocity 16 miles an hour.
TATOOSH, Jan. 15, 9 a. m.—Cloudy; wind E;
velocity 25 miles an hour.
POINT LOBOg, Jan. 15, 9 a. m.—Foggy; wind
SW: velocity 14 miles an hour.
POINT REYES. Jan. 15, 12 m.—Cloudy; wind
SW; velocity 17 miles an hour.
NORTH HEAD. Jan. 15, 12 m.—Cloudy; wind
SE: velocity 25 miles an hour: bar moderate.
POINT LOBOS. Jan. 15, 12 m.—Foggy; wind
SW; velocity Iβ miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS, Jan. 15, C p. m.—Cloudy, wind
SW; velocity i 2 miles an hour.
POINT LOBOS , , Jan. 15, 10 p. m.—Weather
cloudy; wind S; velocity 18 mile* an hour.
COOS BAY—Arrived Jan. 13. 9:30 a. in.—Stmr
Nann Smith, hence Jan. 13; 8 a. m., stiur Speed
well, from Bandon.
BL SEGUNDO—SaiIed Jan. 14, 11:30 a. m.—
Barge »3.' for San Francisco, in tow tug Hercules.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr Queen,
beuce Jan. 13. Jau. 15 —Stmr Win. H. Murphy,
Sailed Jan. 14—Stmr Fair Oaks, stmr Clare
mont, for San Francisco; stmr Lakme, for Eu
Sailed Jan. 14—Stmr Thomas L. Wand, for
TACOMA—Arrived Jan. 15~Stmr Washtenaw,
from ; barge Washougal. from .
Sailed Jan. 15— Stmr GoTernor, etmr Santa
Ana, stmr Washtenaw, for Seattle; ettnr Hyades,
for — : Btmr Admiral Sampson, for .
TATOOSH—Passed Jan. 14, 5:30 p. m.—Stmr
Captain A. F. Lucas, from Seattle for San Fran
Passed Jan. 13, 2:40 p. m.—Stmr Falrhaven,
hence Jan. 12 for Gamble.
ASTORlA—Arrived Jan. 14, 5 p. m.—Stmr
Multnomah. beuce Jan. 12; stmr Aurelia. bence
Jan. 11. Jan. 15, 3 p. m.—Jap etmr Sblntsu
Marts, from Japan.
Sailed Jan. 15. 2 p. m.—Stmr Northland, for
San Pedro; 1 p. m., etmr W. S. Porter, for Mon
terey; 4 p. m., Br stmr Anerley, for Port Plrle.
POINT P.EVES'—Passed Jan. 15, 4:50 p. m.—
Stmr Vanguard, from Eureka for San Pedro via
SEATTLE—Arrived Jan. 15, 10 a. m.— Stmr
Hyades. from Tacoma.
Sailed Jan. 15. 9:30 a. m.—Stmr Senator, for
San Francisco; 2:30 p. m., Ger etmr Setos, for
KETCHIKAN—SaiIed Jan. 14, — p. m.—Stmr
Humboldt. for Seattle.
< oßDoVA— Sailed Jan. 15—Stmr Marlposa. for
RAYMOND—Arrived Jan. 15—Stmr Doris,
hence Jan. 11.
Sailed Jan. 14—Stmr Santa Barbara, for San
ABERDEEN—Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr Hoqulam,
hence Jan. 11. Jan. 15, 12 m. —Stmr Temple E.
Dorr, from Eureka.
POINT LOBOS- Passed .Tan. 15. 10 a. tn.—Stmr
Caspar, from San Pedro for Caspar.
PORT KAN LUlS—Arrived Jan. «—Store
Oleum, from Astoria.
NEW YORK—Arrived Jan. 14—Stmr Alliance,
HONOLULU—Arrived Jan. 15, 5 a. ra.—Stmr
Siberia, lienee Jan. 9.
Sailed Jan. 15, 11 a. m.—U. S. Btmr Logan,
KAHULUI—SaiIed Jan. 14, 5 p. m.—Stmr Mav
erick, for Honolulu and San Francisco.
VANCOUVER—Arrived Jan. 15—Stmr Roma.
hence Jan. 11.
VICTORIA—SaiIed Jan. 15—Stmr Senator, for
SANTA ROSATJA— Arrlred about Dec. »—Ger
ship I,n she it. from Hamburg.
HONGKONG—SaiIed Jan. 11— Br *tinr Empress
of India, for Vancouver; Jap stmr Nippon Mam,
for San Francisco.
TALTAI/—Sailed Jan. 14— Br etmr Pectan, for
SYDNKY— flailed Jan. 13— Br itmr Makura. for
Vancouver via Honolulu. "
IPSWlCH—Arrived Jan. 13— Br ship Galgate,
LONDON—Arrived Jan. 14— Br etmr Protest
-I*UR. from Pnget eouod.
SAUNA CKUZ— Arrlred Jan. 13—Stmr
hence Jan. 4.
YOKOHAMA—SaiIed Jan. 13— Br etmr Swwsl,
for New York.
NEW YORK—Arrived Jan. 15—Kaiser Wilhelm
11, from Bremen: etmr Finland, from Antwerp;
stmr Chicago, from Havre.
Sailed Jan. 15—8tmr Zeeland, for Antwerp;
stmr Oormania. for Marseille.
Arrived Jan. 1%.- -Stmr Main, from Bremen.
PLYMOUTH—Arrived Jan. 15—Stinr Oceanic,
from New York for Southampton.
NEWCASTLE (Aus.)—Sailed Jan. S—Stmr
Hornelen, for Seattle.
'iENOA--Sailed Jan. 12—Stmr Slsak, from
Hamburg for San Francisco.
SOUTHAMPTON—Se«ed Jan. 15— Stmr Majes
tic, for New York.
Arrived Jan. 15—Stmr Oceanic, from New
BOSTON—Sailed Jan. 13—Stmr Arabic, for
PniLADELPHTA—Arrived Jan. 15—Stmr
America, from Naples.
GIBRALTAR—Passed Jan. 15—Stmr Santa
Ana, from Marseille for New York.
FAYAL —Signaled Jan. 15—Stmr Madonna,
from New York for Marseille: reported uptake
boiler exploding, killing five.
IQCIQCE —Arrived prior Jan. 15—Stmr Au
gust, from Tacoma.
SUVA, Jan. 15 (by cable*. —The sttnr Sonoma,
from Sydney for San Francisco, reports by wire
>*s brok" starboard tailshaft: vessel was 950
miles south of Pago Pago; Is proceeding slowly;
all on board well.
MELBOURNE fAuO. Dec. 23.— 8r itmr
Strathallan. from Everett, sustained damage dur
ing hcaTy weather; repair* will take about one
NANAIMO. B. C. Jan. 15.—Stmr Oscnr. carry
ing explosives to the mines, caught flre at 2
p. m. today: powder Igniting caused terrible, ex
plosion which did considerable damage to prop
rrtr on Nanaimo water front; several persons
Injured; vessel beached on Protection island.
VICIOUS STAMPS BARRED
RoyallMtM of France Can \o I-onjter
Shovr Hofttlllty to Krpnbllo on Mali
PARIS, Jan. 15.—Some residents of
the aristocratic Faubourg , quarter and
other royalist partisans who do not like
the republic are showing: their opposi
tion to the government by issuing:
stamps—like the French feminists and
the Anti-Alcoholhj league—lnscribed
with more of less scurrilous sentiments.
The government, however, does not
give them much chance to have political
J effect on the citizen, and letter* so
decorated will in future not be deliv
It has become & common custom for
royalists to adorn their letters, espe
cially to soldiers in the army, with se
ditious labels. Sometimes the duke
d'Orleans figured on the stamp: some
times an unflattering caricature of
President Fallieree, or an ugly looking
female to represent the republic.
The propaganda had become so active
that the government decided to take ac
BOYS TAUGHT TO COOK
Masculine Youth o< Isle of Wight Ex
cel Girls lit Culinary Art.
LONDON, Jan. 15.—Alderman George
Fellows, chairman of the Isle of Wight
county education committee, present
ing prizes at the Denmark road school
at Cowes, recently commented on the
success of the boys' cookery classes.
Theirs was the first, school in the south
of England to try that experiment, and
other schools are now following their
example. The boys had fairly beaten
the girls at cooking.
WOULD SAVES FAMOUS FOREST
PARIS, Jan. 15.—A deputation re
cently waited on M. Pams, minister of
agriculture, in order to ask him to
take immediate steps to prevent the
sale of the famous forest of Eu near,
Dieppe to timber merchants and its
consequent destruction. The forest,
which comprises 23.250 acres, belongs
to the Orleans family, but it Is hoped
that the domain may be acquired by
the state. M. Pams promised to look
into the matter.
CLERK SHOOTS HlMSELF—Sacramento, .Ten.
15.—Harler Jeffsrds. a clerk, shot himself in
the heart at bis rooming house this afternoon.
Despondency due to long illness ia glten as
tbe cause. He bad been employed until a day
or two ago, when forced io re#lgn because
of iU heaUU
IN HIGH FAVOR
Sleighing and Skating Are
Reported Excellent in
« Yosemite Valley
Winter sports in Yeaemite valley are
becoming increasingly popular, accord
ing to O. W. Lehmer, general manager
of the Yosemite Valley railroad, who Is
here from Merced for a few days.
There has been a good fall of snow
in the valley this season, with the re
sult that the sleighing and skating are
excellent. Access to the valley has
been made comparatively easy by the
construction of the railroad to El
Portal. This leaves 12 allies of staging
to the Sentinel hotel in the valley.
Several large parties are planning to
visit the valley during the month of
# # #
The California Association of Traffic
Agents will meet tonight at tlie Hotel
Manx. H. P. Anewalt of the Santa Fβ
and Charles Stokes of Cook's tours
will make addresses.
P. M , . Holway, agent of the Southern
Pacific at Xapa, was in this city yes
* # *
C. H. Hagerty, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Pennsylvania llnea,
left yesterday for his home in Louis
ville after a tour of this state, accom
panied by his daughter.
* » *
D. C. Stewart, superintendent of pas
senger transportation of the Pennsyl
vania railroad, with headquarters at
Philadelphia, arrived here yesterday to
look over local conditions.
W. H. Avery, assistant general man
ager of the Oriental Steamship com
pany, loft this week for Chicago and
New York on company business.
*• # *
On the first home seekers' sale date,
which was January 7, the California
Land and Securities company brought
to Stockton over the Western Pacific
railway a party of eastern farmers
occupying an entire car who purchased
several tracts of land of the Nile Gar
The farmers are very much pleased |
with their location, and have returned
to bring back their families some time*
This is only a small indication of
what the home seekers' fare will do for
this state within the next year or two.
These low round trip tickets are on
sale from points in the middle west
and east the first and third Tuesdays
of each month, and the conditions are
such as to permit the prospective land
purchaser to stop over at many points
to investigate different properties.
eaSS^^ —" M
I ill I BE HI
lIS and Harvard I
fi-lwitjj are now undergoing th* ji-j-j; :;: :
ii;j;l annual overhauling, and
jjjjii'iij until further notice one |lp|:|:»
• "' of these ocean grey- ; : i
iii.iiiiii- hounds will sail for
H| . A , r- . :
and San Diego
plijjpj AS FOLLOWS: •
Mondays and Saturdays
for Los Angeles
Wednesdays for Los
Angeles and San Diego
For tickets, folders, etc.,
: Pacific Navigation to.
SBSO Market St.
Phone Sutter 310 ;
Oakland Office. :;
i&i , ■=■ m
Express Sailing* Tuesdays KB&
Fast Mail Sailings Thursdays SfSS
Bulling* on SATURDAYS for HH
THB MEDITERRASKAjr HIS
WINTER CRUISES, to the ffljj
I'A.\AMA CANAL BBS
M'EST I\f)tF,<i |H
FEB. 20. MARCH 27. Mm
By the 8. S. "Grosser Kurfuersf * WkSE
OELKICHS tt CO., General Agents ■
6 Broadway. N. Y.
SOBERT CAPELLE. G. A. P. 0., I
260 Powell ft., opp. St. Francis ■
Hotel, S«b Francisco. Kws
_Tel._Kearny 47M. Home C 3785. W&&
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
SfetT York—London Direct
RED STAR LINE
London, Paris, via Dover—Antwerp
WHITE STAR LINE
W. Y. * Boston—Mediterranean— Egypt
Pacific Coast Agency, 310 Geary Street
Ptoona Kearny 326S op». St. Franrla Hotel, d. r.
CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE.
DIRECT LIKE TO HAVRE—PARIS
Sailing Every Thursday and Saturday.
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE
ETery Thursday at 10 a. m.
La Lorraine. .Jan. 23 La Provence. .Feb. 20
La Sereic... .Jan. 30 KYance *>b. 27
Iα Touralne...Feb. « La Tourn;ao..Mar. 6
La Lorraine. .Feb. 13 La Lorraine...Mar. 13
FROM NEW YORK TO HAVRE
ETery Saturday at 3 p. m.
Niagara .....Jan. 2o I Rochambeau..Mar. 8
Florlde Feb. 3 I Chicago Msr. 15
Rochambeau.. Frb. 8 I Niagara Mar. T2
Chicago FPh. IS ' Rochambeau..Apr. r>
FUGAZI BROS., Pacific Coast Managers, 630
Montgomery Street, Ban Francisco,
CABIir OFWCE. 673 MARKET STREET.
_—————____^— ——^— _________^___
HlliWlKflHJ Twin Screw Sailings Tues. 10 a.m.
MPfJffPPffM *Noordam .Tan. 28
fllu 121 ?! I lf>l 'RyniJaiu Kcl). 4
*Pote<lam Keh. 11
I INfW Amsterdam Fr>h. 23
•NoorrtKin Mt'b. 4
■HMMHMsS *Vla BOULOGNK s M.
tPLYMOUTH and BOULOGNE.
Pacifle Cnast Office. 319 Geary St.
WOULD BUY ROAD BONDS
StaalalaoM Beard of Trade Propeee*
Plan for Marketing Seenritlea
(Special O'spnt'.h to The Call) i.
MODESTO. Jan. 15.—At the meeting
of the Stanislaus board of trade yes
terday it wae voted to propose to the
state highway commission that local
people would buy enough of the high
way bonds to complete the road
through this county provided the high
way commission would guarantee to
use the money on this particular piece
of road. T. H. Kewin was appointed
a coirimittee from the board of trade
to take the matter up with the state
highway commission and Vaughn l>.
Whltmore was appointed a committee
from the board of supervisors, which
body also indorsed the proposition.
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
SAN DIEGO yj^!}SE§K
TACOMA VICTORIA V^vV
Berth and Meals Included in Fare
LEAVE FROM PIERS 9 and 11
Loe Ancele*. San Diego, *Santa Barbara
•State of CaL.Jan. Iβ, 23, 30. Feb. 6, 13. 31 ■. m.
Gorernor Jan. 20, 2 p. m.
Quoen Jan. 27, Feb. 10. 2 p. «.
President Feb. 8, 17, 2 p. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle 'Direct), Tacoma, ToTrneend,
Victoria, Vancouver, Ala«ka
Qneen Jaiu 18, Feb. J, 15, 11 ft, w.
City of Puebla Jan. 21. Feb. 4. 18, 3 p. m.
President Jan. 25. Feb. 8, 22, 11 a. m.
Umatilla Jan. 28, Feb. It, 28. t ». Bk
Eureka (Humnoldt Bay)
Topeka Jan. 16, 20, 23, 29, Feb. 3, 7, 12 noon
Alaska Cruises, 1913. Leare Seattle
Spokane. June 18; July 2, 16, 30; An*. 18, 10 p.m.
Right reserred to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES—PaIace Hotel. 653 Mnrk»t
street; 16 Market »treet and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearay 482.
OAKLAND—I22O Broadway; Tel. Oakland 5680.
BERKELEY—2I2S Sbattuck ay.; Tel. Berk. 44.
C. D. DUXAXN. Passencer Trafflc Manager.
I FOR COMFORT
TAKE THE MODERN
PORTLAND a LOS ANGELES
ROSE CITY Ml ROSE CITY
Sails 12 noon Ajll*± SaUs uA . >f .
•Tan.nr.r 2Ofh M/Lgr Thur*r)«T.
January January 16th.
Flmt fless AL First claiss
$10. $12, *T.RS.
BERTH AND mBAX4 IncludPfl.
The San Fraocluoo A Portland S.S. Co.
A. OTTIXUER. General Agent.
Tkt. ofttce, 722 Mkt. opp. Call; tel. Sntter 2344
8 East et. opp. Fpit.v bldg.; lei. Sutter 2452
Oakland office, 1228 Broadway; pnonta —Oak-
land. 1314. Home A4.H31.
Berkeley offlc, 2105 Shatturk; tel. Berk. Iti
Sacramento. Jag. Warrack. 804 X »t.
\ l> ACIFIC MAIIh d» £L C
I' HOVOI.TM . jKhj
• Ronnd Trie «110 *|*w*-
THE nifJ FOUR— "Monsfolla."
"Manchuria," "Korea," '•Siberia,"
Al»o "China." 'Terela" and •'Nile" for
Honolulu, Japan. China, Manila.
"CHINA , ' Jeauery 17
For .Mex'po. Central America, Pannm*.
Connecting for Kurops> and South America.
Next sailirjT (passengers and freight i:
"SAN JVAN" January 23
NEW EXPRESS. FASSEXOKR
and FREIGHT SERVICE DIRECT
FOR PANAMA AND NEW YORK
"PENNSYLVANIA" (pasa. and freight)..
Full Information at
General Offlcee 3*4 Flood Bhla;.
Ticket OfHce* 723 Market St. I
Resrular Faat Frrljght hniw
NEW TORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
sailing from New York every six days
making direct connections with Pacific
steamers sailing from Salina Cruz
Mex.. every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
TORK. Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bills of lading- Kail
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.
310 Sansome St.. San Francisco.
TOYO KISEN KAJSHA
OniEiXTAI. STEAMSHIP COMPAJTT
S. 8. Chlyo Mam (Tla Manila direct)
_ _ Saturday, Feb. 1. 1013
5. B. Nippon Mam (intermediate ser-rlce ea
looa accommociAtions at reduced rates)
Friday. Feb. 31, l!>t.T
S. B. Tenyo Maru Saturday, Marrh 1. JOl'J
S. S. Bblnj-o Maru (new) (via Manila direct)
Saturday. March 22. IPII
Steamers sail from company's pier. No. .". t,
near foot of Brannan st.. at 1 p. m.. for Yok"
batna and Hongkong, ceiling at Honolulu. Kobo
(Hlogo) and Nagasaki and Shanghai, amt con
necting at Hongkoni? with etp«uu>rn for Man!l:>,
India, etc. No cargo received on hoard on day
of tailing. Round trin tickets at reduced rate.s.
For freight and passage app!y at office, fonrrn
floor. Western Metropolis Natioflal Bank build
ing, 625 Market «t. W. H. Ay^ry.
Aasliitant General Manager.
SYDNEY SHORT LINE
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIM SCREW IO.nCO-too iUsaraers
"SIERRA." "SOSOMA" and "VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD—S6OO 1?t oftbia; $380 '.»■■
cabin, Tia Ceylon, Egypt, Italy, etc. Mberal
Honolulu Sailings—Jan. 2«. etc., 2 p. m
Sydney Sailing*— Feb. 11. Mar. 11. etc* 2 l>. m.
■ Write <>r wire NOW for berths. Send for
folder. OCEANIC STS-AMSHIP CO., 673 Market
Street. Phone Butter 646.
if THE YALE
SAILS SATURDAY FOR
For folders, tickets, etc., apply
FACXFIO NAVIGATION CO..
OSO Market Mt- Ban FrsiwUc*.
AU STR ALIA
AND NEW ZEALAND
Sydney via Tnliltl and AVollliie;«oi»
8. S. AORANGI (9.000 tons) sails 11 a.m.. Feb. ~>
S. 8. TAHITI ' 12.000 tons) sails 11 a.m.. Mar. r>
S. 8. MOANA (10,000 tons) sails 11 a.m., April J
UNION 8. S. CO. OK X. /-.. Ltd.
HIND, ROLPH & CO.. General Arents,
Tel. Doug. 8100. Ticket Office. 679 Market St.
HAIUIII ITI I! sail*
nUIIULULU J«n. 15. SS. HON'OLUr.AN
fsils Jan. 21. SB. LUR
LJNE Mils Feb. A. New utramers, 13,000 tom
displscemeot. Leave Pier No. 38. Round trip,
$110 and up. Direct service to tbe volcano.
MATSOV NAVIGATION COMPANY
UOS Market Street. San Fraoclaco