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CHIYO MARU HAS
FEW PASSENGERS
Japanese Liner Arrives From
Far East With Raw Silk
Worth $1,000,000
Big Crowd Will Sail Today
for Orient on Pacific Mail
Steamer China
"She Japanese liner Chiyo Maru,
"*-=*!fi«in W. W. O.roen. arrived yestcr
**« from the far east. The liner
**«-w*frht a valuable r-argo, but coinpara
'fcv'ely few pa sengera. havtoe loft the
■ .1 at a otime when travel
A\a> lieht. The cargo inclined raw
silk v&hiPd at more than $1,000,000 and
large shipments of mat tins, tea and
rice.
Among the pasaencera from thp ori
baron yon Kulilmann, military
;ii the German legation iii
Peking, and Dr. W. Muller of the Gem
n consular service. The passengrers
from Hongkong in<iude.d Mr?. K. Kn
■t Chicago, who has been visiting
brother, an official in the employ
of the Philippine commission at Manila.
w ere a number of missionaries
>ng ihe passengers and about 20
Chinese students, who have come here
to < nter eastern universities.
Although the Chiyo arrived shortly
r niter !» o'clock, the tide did not permit
t? docking until afternoon. Captain
■ i-ne has been granted leave for one
round trip and will be relieved by Cap
tain \V. C. T. S. Filmer, who com
manded the Tenyo Maru while Cap
tain Bent took his vacation. At Yoko-■
ma, Henry Leffmann, who was rhief
ward of the Nippon. Maru for many
years, joined the Chiyo as chief stew
ard. His place on the Nippon has been
taken by Al Evans, with whom he ex
- ! ships at Yokohama.
The Chiyo"* passengers included:
Kov. Father A. Rlsaque, C. B. Cox. Mrs. C. B
Cox, H. K. CBeoag, Mr>. W. A. I>ari.«, M. Pa-
Master 11. Dsvis. MUs K. Knripht. Mrs. (;.
l;. Foster, H. Roland Enimrtt, T. Hata. B. H.
!!<■:. R. C. Johnson. l>ar<vj toii Kuhlmann, V (".
]•.. C T. r.n. M. W. fie =I.«nffo, A. J. Mardon-
Uγ. \V. Mr.ller. Miss 10. MabeattJ, Mrs. T.
S. Onyaßg. Rev. F.ithor 8. Koclrignoz Mrs ■
W. StoweU and .i.i4d. K. Kaito. M. C. Shenp. K.
Thmims. ].. Tarta*. Mrs. L. Tartan. 11. Unagami,
Rer. Father H. Valencia. K. Y. Wane. Mrs. K.
Y. WHtig au.l infaut, 0. B. Wu, L. Yii.
I.lner China Sail* Thin Afternoon
Tbe Pacific Mail liner China. Captain
Hans Thompson, will sail at I o'clock
this afternoon for the far oast via
Honolulu. The liner will carry 120
■ <! 106 Asia! ics In
■ Among the passengers
1 be Matsuzo Nagi, Japanese consul
gAiera] at this r»ort. Nagi. who will
be accompanied by bis wife and two
children, has been called to Japan by
the serfcous illness of his father.
Bishop ML C. Uarri* o e f the Methodist'
Kpisenpal chiin'i. who has been eh
gaged In missionary work in Japan for
40 years, will bo a passenger on the
liner. Jihirsh?! 11 Darraeh, the dramatic
ider. will he a passenger. He and"
wife nrf going to Japan, but will
,<* over for ■■< lev weeks at Honolulu.
- A- Honolulu passengers will
i. [senb rg ami her two chil
dren.
Sonoma N MnUingr <;ood Time
[reless message received yester
n Captain Track, commander of
which broke its starboard
shaft Wednesday when ?00 miles
n Pago Pago, says that the liner
tamed Its damage by striking a
.'y piece of submerged wreckage.
■ .iT'!'i ; n Trask reports a continuance of
the fine weather and says that the
oma is making good progress. lie
reports all irefl en board.
1.Jh.l In Filed
The N. K. Fairbanks company filed
a Ilbe] for $530.65 against the steamer
rtipicG yesterday In the United
► States district court. It is claimed by
the plaintiff that a shipment of cotto
lene carried by the steamer was dam
■d 1«y sea water, owing to the un-
B* Sworthiness of the vessel.
"\«*m- C'untnma In«ipe<>tore
Collector Frederick S. Stratton ap
poiitted yesterday as customs inspe<Hors
James A. Macardel, Andrew: Johnson,
Joeepfa A. Olivier. UEathew A. Graham
and George T. WlHiama.
< buns' , of MaxtoM
Steamer China, Roger Allman, old
Hans Thompson, new master.
■ George \V. Brown,
. master; A. H. Sears, new master.
Fnrollmfnt
rkentinc EScbo, C flenningsen,
BcaavHri
Steamer WeHesley, c. E. o Lindn,uist,
iter.
WntT .Noten
° • f lumber yesterday by .<oa
nted to 2.088,090 feet.
The liner City of Para left Balboa
loesday for tins port.
eanic Steamship °company"s
liner Sierra, Captain 11. C. Houdlette,
is due today from Honolulu and will
arrive ahout daylight.
TJie Harrison '.U\p'- Crown <~> f <"or
alled for Europe last niprht with
a.& cargo which included liO.ooo cases
• f ■ .tTincri fruit and 10,000 cases of
ned eelmon.
1 uftsman of the Harriion line
will leave tomorrow for the north and
will sail from here lor Europe in about
a month.. c
NEWS OF THE OCEAN
SliipinrniM fur the North
Tho -■ r ■ i'!i!q Failed for Victoria Tn^i
day with cargo • -nn -igin-U to various British
• 'I al ami in.
58,600 !!>s |.nii"-s. r.'."<H> n,s
fruits, 11 ..".r.:: lbs 200 gals
ntge rentable*, L2OO pkge o
.0 !be uialt. 15 tons Halt 138 Cβ honey. 730
. ita, -'I Pβ psss, 9.200 e« cann.-rt
.. ;,<; ,-hrv <=<\ 878 l>Ws iisi>balt. 1
. 2 900 lbs btaeeteee, 0,040 *ks maent.
M incubators, Iβ roll* leatter, i- pkK- mm
. roHa raoAßf, 11430 lbs meet
i." l pkgn material.
ttenmer als-i hnrt email «b!r>me:its r,f ~r-- o
-18 and mm ' to tbe Fiji isLmtK,
Tai'jfrl at 1707.
Export* by South < - oo»t Mners
The Moamer Ncbraafcas sailed for Saline Cm
k, ~. : ■■ •' cargo laden here and at. otber
•1 principally to New York
,d t>. European coontrlea, Tla Uμ Tebuastepec
.;. •- T,... cfl!z.i iHiicti hf-ro vrap vahitd at
ation being »* f«*ow*: For
Npw York. $1T.",..;>j7: ilrrniany. $51,902: Mexico,
I nfl, $I>T-t: Franop. $S.7G(i; 11.. i
>.).•■: Salvador, |4.»4J?; Bclßfiim, >4.340;
I ' ■ Swflrii. $U,"».".; S«.:iih Afrir:i,
Th* principal expmta and their <lcstina
weet hs t<»i!o««:
To New V-rk 208,136 gal* wine, 97,889 li*
■•".77" lbf aaforterf dried fruits. 240,882
fruit. ■'>*.» i-n bouo.T.
-> n saliDim. 35,388 l!>s wool,
ouir-kxilvor. I"<i
-.-,.{> U'.-»rh<*r, 22.317 Hμ eld rubber, 10.0S0
.©72 Uμ copper matt'-.
r-1..;;:., lbs prawn, 4<).200 lbs
ftd dried fri,i!«. ■',"*< re caaaed fruits. 8,858
•■ ." ■ ipl leot kornels.
3,310 ft liimlN-r, 10 coils rofle, Sβ
.. i 2 bbla oii*. I.OOe Ibe roala, *o
tank material, 10 <■* salmosi, 800 lbs bops.
: -i i Tun .■■. tafaßOß.
T,i y ■> lii.s jnunt v. 1.401 os canned
- talmon.
i,, H011and—134,823 ft« pranea, 1,r,75 lbs
lh« apricot kernel*.
-L'J.2imi ft luaibf-r, 02 tons ferti
li/t r, ] 280 sks c> aitp>.
To Belgium -66.532 tfea preset, 2,7."i0 lbs dried
•j' i) <■> ceased k
Italy—Hß.*o7 lbs preoca.
1 o Sweden — 47 :iics.
"l'h« steamor Ka >ailp(l for Balboa
Wi fliu-sdtt" with '-iirro valued ar 1134.617, ti» be
• listrtbote'i jis followa: For Now York, $126,964;
I'anyma. >9.4."51: Ecuador, $7,141: France, $4.2(tii;
mtO*. »2.e01: Chile, $i;.44<; ; Peru, $815:
Hrilioli <;«ii:ina. $7fK>: Bsrbadr»rs inland, $140:
iidcH, $7(i. Tht followitijj were the principal
.i'-nts:
Tβ New Y0rk—122,760 (all v, ; nr. 400.000 Ibn
pranet, 4~.r.i>4 lbs driod
~ n hee, 10,09. r > rs canned gooda, 2Si g«ls brandy.
e« Uonpy, 81S is ealrnon. 534 lbs too. : y ,:>A2'J.
-,■..«.'. 7 bales rabbit skins. 23,700 lbs Reap
m'tai, 124,158 1!.-= old rnbber. :..7i7 lba hides.
To Panama—.'s,62o jrals wine, TiO rs eahnnn,
f. noo lbs sun"''- 1,112 bills floor, 2.500 lbs prunes.
13.364 lbs beane, TOB ca oauned goods, 40 coils
•tilidor —1,r.75 K bls flour. F»4O jfals wino,
-\:/) lbs lentiJo, 125 <* salmon, 4SO lbs end M
«s raisin?. 40 Cβ eaoned go<><is.
"To Franc* , —7l. 4-'O lbs tallow.
■ lombia— 2ls bWa flour, 1.'.000 lto
"TP rs nlaoa. - fi " F-tN wine, 14,."»k(i ft Intßhri.
-*n Chile —-')4 bbls flour. ISO pkfts potatoes, 170
I * -«in«'d good".
" "To Pphj—2,l.'.o Tbs dried fruits. M cs salmon,
•*" w csnn«»d sroorlj..
To Britlsb «;uiana—l2", m ialmon.
jo Barbarjors isjand—2o oe saln)on
*il Jamaica— 2s ca gaimon.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers
TO ARRIVE
From
Scanner
! Date
I-o s Angeles (Willamette -Jan. IT
Wlllapa Harbor (Santa Barbara. . 'Jan. 17
Humboldt |I-\ A. Ktlburn. ..IJan. 17
Los Angeles JHanalei 'J«n. 17
Honolulu iSlerra IJan. 17
Balboa A Ai.apulco |San Juan Jan. 17
San & l>os An?..ONM>n l.Tan. 17
PtiSTPl Sound Ports Senator Jan. IX
Pnrtlaml & Astoria • Northland h\<-.. IS
Huts hold t North Fork !•». ' s
Seattle jSPto* limn. IS
Sal. Crwi * P»n Piogo. . I Virginian la m. is
Portland & Astoria |K<* ; helle ,.(an. 18
Fort BragK jBmnswiek .Ian. IS
San Dipj?o & Lμ Ang.. JHarTard Jan. IS
Portlsml & Astoria .'Beaver U»n. <•
Portland & Astoria \C,fO. W. KMer..!Jen. 1H
Huniboldt ICity of Topek*. Ian. l!>
Seattle direct UJovcrnor jJan. 19
Mfndooinn & Rb"!. Toam j.Tan. 19
Los Angele* Illose City iJau. lfl
Porttea4 & Astoria... ..Yoseinltp |Jan. 20
I,us AliRflcs ilhecl ,Yel« |Jan. 2<>
Los Anpelcs & War PtsjSanta Clare .,.Man. 90
San Oieifo & Los Ang..'Statf of Cal....!Jan. -0
Manila & Honolulu ISherman Jan. 1M)
Seattle & Tacoma |Ad. Sampson ...Jan. 20
Kort Brags (Arctic [Jan. 22
Sal. Cruz & San Diego. Xeradan Jan. 22
Balboa & San Pedro... Pennsylvania ... Jan. 22
L«s Angeles direct Yale iJen. Zi
Point Arena & Albion, .j Porno IJan. 23
Port San Luis 'Cook Bay jJan. 23
Srriney & Way Ports.. Aorangi iJan. 23
Hilo HUontan jJan. 2o
Moji JTuscarora Jau. 2o
Portland & Astoria jJJear jJan. 23
San Diego & Los Agg.JOo. W. Klrier.. Jan. SJ
TO SAIL
Date
1 Destination
ran. 17]E!izabeth !Coquil!e Rir.i 4 praj 16
[an. 17 Bandon ;Coquil!e B!t.)12 m 19
ian. 17 Watson jl'utfPt Sound.I ."I pm 30
Jan. 17 Roauoke IPortlanrt ...tlOam 13
[an. 'Pnget Sound.jlO ami 51
ran. 17 Santa Barbara..|I»s Antreles.! 1 pm 1 51
ran. 17 Klamatb Portland ... j 5 pm 51
Jan. 17 China ! Hongkong ...! 1 pmi 42
»un. IS Washington ...'Com Bay .. ■"» pm| Iβ
ran. lWPhoenix Humboldt ..11 am; 19
Inn. I* Northland l.oe Angeles.; .". pmj 27
Ian. Is V. A. Kilburn. . j Humboldt . ..|12 m 13
Ian. l< Set<>s Hamburp ...! 5 prnf 19
rso. ISIHaualei [l-os An«ce?«>R.j .'5 pra 10
fan. IRjQuePD ;PugPt Sound.jll am 9
I»n. IR'Oaftxman iVictorla i 5 pm
Ian. lR|Oeo. W. Elder..iSaa Dlcgo...| 7 pm; 13
Ian. IK tons Bay Pt. San r.uis.l 4 pml 11
ran. JS'Yale 'Los Angeles.! 4 pmj 7
Ian. ID'Camioo jPortland ...'10 am, 8
ran. lOjPomo Point ArPD«..! fi pm] 8
rau. 18 Arctic I Fort Rraps-i ;. pm:
ran. 20!YaIe Lo« Ansolca.j 4 pin 7
fan. aOJClt/ of TVipeka.;H;mih<>lclt ...112 m! 11
Ian. 2OJNort!l Fork . . . ;ITiitnhoMt ..12 Bj Bβ
Ian. SmToeeralte San Dipgo.. M 4 pm r>1
ran. 2ORose City |Portland ... 12 m 40
r»n. 20 St. HpWmis :P"rtland ...j 4 pm U
Ian. 20[GoTvrnor ;San Dlogo...' 2 pm tt
ran. I'lCitv of Puebla.Tugpt 8eeed.| 2 pmi B
ran. 21 ('lwhiilis ;<Jraye Harbor; ." iitnj 27
Fsn. 21 Beaver lee Angeles.jl1 am! 4O
ran. 21 Honolulan ;Honolnlu ... "> pm] 3S
(in. 22 Yale ;San I>iPRO...| 4 ptnj , 7
Ian. 2L , Soa F"am I'oi'it Arena., 4 pm| 4
Ian. 22 Brunswick Fort BraffR.. 1 Spool
I.di. 22 Santa Clara ...}Lo« Anc-ies.; 2 poi! 13
Ian. 22 Isthmian jSiilina Cm..ltl IBJ....
Ian. 22 IW Paget Been*. •" pm! 38
fan. 2"Stato of C*I..]Sea Of««ff... 11 »m; 0
Ian. 2:: Miui'-hiuia [Hongkong ...j 1 pnij 42
ran. 2.'! S;in Junti Ratboe 12- mi 42.
! fi pm|
i ;'. pmi
: 4 pin
112 di!
I 12 m]
i 4 pm
12 m
I 4 pm
! 2 pm
! 2 pm
i B pm;
;11 am!
1 8 pm!
I * pmj
; 4 pm!
! S pm|
; 2 pmi
10 ami
1 i P m !
11 sm!
1 rn< :
jia m!
To SAIL FUOM SKATTLB
t>pxf ination
i D«t*<
ksewnr & Way Ports. Hrnnboldt jjan. 18
kujrway & Way I'orts. 'Curacao iJan. 1R
«>\rar<l & Way Torts. .J Northwestern ...MM. 19
ai.if>7 & S»\\iiri1 Yukon ;.Jsn. 20
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
3.... Washington! Pier 17 1'nion 1
.". J«"ksonTier 19 Union 2
7 rar-ificlPIer 21 Filbert
9 Broadway 11 Pier 2.'! GreeDWfch 1
31 Broadway 2 Pier 25 Grwnwleh 2
13 Vellejo Pier 27 Lombard
]:• Green.Pier 51 Powell
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET
z »»nssion i I. irr z-t rsppar
4 Mission 2'Pier 28 Main
« Howard 1 Pier 34 Beale
8 lliiwur-i 'J Pier .Hβ Fremont
10 Howard HPier 38 First
12 Folsotn 1 Pirr 401
14 1-olsom '1 Pier 42 P. M. S. S. Co.
16 Harrison Pier 44 J
20 SteuartiPier M Fonrth
Sun, Moon and Tide
Lmteci mhtps eoasr ana geoaetio nurrey—nme
an«i heights of tides at Fort Point. For oity
front (Mission street wharf), add 25 minutes.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17
Sun rises 7:34
Sim sets 5:17
Moon sets 2:IS a. m.
full moon January 22. at I'M a. m.
haft quarter moors. . .January 2S, at 11:25 p. m.
si m
Ft —
L W
W
17.. 8:13 .">.« l:06j 0.41 8:.V>' 3.7;
I. W 'H W 1 \h Wl
Iβ., ii i'H ?,.t ! 5.81 2:-'!!>—0.2 ,
19.. I:84| ::.■; ,-.r,:Y 8.1 8^9—«.«
20..' :;.4' S:4« <..4: 4:17|— 1.21
21.. i:*5 S.;{l 9:"S U..V .-.:ft2--1.4i
IT W L W H W
22.. i' 11 40 #:32 3.1! 10:31] e.."i
H. I (IlMI .-..<> r,--_>S l>8 1124 «4
10:43
11:30
i'w
..,..;
{ 4.0
I 4.4
I 4.6
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li W
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i
I
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Time Ball
Unitoci Ktatfs Branch Hydrognipbic Offlc*. Mer
ctiants' Exchange, San Francisco, January
10. u>l.?.
TUo tim» ball on the roof of the Fairmont hotel
was dropped toilay exactly at noon. Pacific stand
ard time (I2oth meridian), or at Bb. (Kirn. 00s.
Greenwich mean time.
B. <;. BARTHAI.OW.
Lieutenant. !'. S. N.. in rharpe.
HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
TVpth at mmn low wator. pntranre to harbors.
•I 1
!


onp tr«e
north jet!
writer.
• t open of
glree be»t
• I
,
v.
Best Tvater nvi'c bar,
with inner bar P. S.
fan buoy bearing NE.
>•'■ (ma)?.).
.
I:
I
l , Channel Eblfted to south
I lately, and is nparly
! ftreight out from buoy.
vii
out.
myqua .
( JOet.
in li'irth tmtrmy
<n crpst of bar.
rft wajer 500 feet from
M.irlc buoy at end of
jt-m .
ill.
Cbnntip) straight. Aid*
I in good orrtfr.
!liHn!i.-l_gtreieht out.
Channel noTthWWrt.
-I
(■
.. i>...
n
i
Straight obanitPl no
longer op«>n. S«t oT«»r
14 fe#t at low wetor.
■-.-■■>
I Clinunet 400 f«x»t wide,
i Hn fppt deep nearly to
< turning bnwin.
■. a> '.
. ao. Depth - in dredged chan-
tiel.
•a
..
good width.
U.S. Branch Hydrographic Office
A branch of the United States hydrograpblc
office, locafd In the Merchants' Exchange., Is
maintained in San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality, and free
of expense. Narigators arc cordially iu»itrd to
risit tliP office, where a complete set of charts
and sailing directions of the world are kept at
baud for comparison and reference, and the latest
lnformatkiu i-an always be obtained regarding
liptits, dangern to navigation and matters of lα
lercst to ocean coaiueice.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant. U. S. N., in Charge.
Army Transports
The Buford is at San Franei*ee.
Tlip Crook is at San Francisco.
The Logan left San Francisco January • for
Manila.
Tbo Sheridan is at Honolulu, due to leat* for
San Francisco January 17.
The Stierman is at Honolulu, due to leare for
San Francisco January 17.
TTbe Thomas is at Manila.
.Notice to Marlnrni
San Iran<i»-co. Jan. 15. 1013.
California, San Francisco harbor approach—
Ronlta cbaMt , ! gas ami whistling buoy, j<o. 4,
reported .'anuary 14. will be relight-
as tsoou hs praotlcablf. C. & O. S. Charts
.•.:>:;_•, :,:<:;». HeO, MO6. l-ifrUt t.ist, Const,
1912 P»fe 1H No. ,". tA. Buoy List. Pacific
iv.;ist. lull. pMgo 14. Coast Pilot. Celiforni-i.
xn'i Wafthioftee. ISVW. pnp»> 77. By
d I rot , t lon of ti>e commlseioner of IlKbthoaHes.
H. W. RUODLS, Injector.
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.
WIRELESS REPORTS
FROM SHIPS AT SEA
By MARCOXI WIKEI-B:SS
Theme report* are received directly
from tbe Paciflc coast mtnUonm of tbe
Mervonl W irelexe company:
\\pilnrs<lav. January 13.
STEAMER CAPTAIN A. F. LUCAS-S p. ra.. 11
niilps south «,f
STEAMER VENTURA Hpncp Jan. 14 for S.vd
nev via Bonolale; 8 i>. n>., 414 from Sun
Francisco: fresh nortkwwt calp: liPary rorth
wist s.-a : rloii.ly: b«r«tnet«T 2!».S'J; thermometer
">4; air 53; ell' well.
I STEAMER WILHELMINA—HcnfP Jan. 13 for
Honolulu: X p. tn.. Sβ miles off Sen Francisco;
lielit s"iii!iwest wiml; large northwest swell;
fleer; nil wrll.
STEAMER SIERRA — From Honolulu for San
Franritiro: S p. m.. 518 nilM off San Frencisi-o.
&XEAMEE W. S. PORTER From Portland for
Sun Pcaoetseo; S p. m.. 48- miles Dortli of Pan
Fnim-isf.i.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. Iβ.
STEAMER ATLAS--R p. m.. off Point Corda,
witb barge Iβ ill tow.
: STEAMER NORWOOD—S p. m., paesed Mendo
eino.
STEAMER PAUAISO-β p. m., 3" miles north of
Point Eureka.
STEAMER F. A. KILBURK—I p. m., passed
Point Kureka.
STEAMER W. S. PORTER-S p. m., 25j milee
norUi of f>an I'r.uu'isco.
STEAMER CAPTAIN A. F. LUCAS—B p. m., 29
miles north of Blunts
STEAMER COL. E. L. DRAKE—B p. in., 6 miles
nortii of Cape Pledias Blnncas.
SEATTI.B. Jan. 10.
STEAMER FALCON- Passed Point Wilson at
0:30 p. m.
STEAMER NOME ClTY—Left Seattle for Erer
ctt at 8:30 p. in.
FAST SAN PEDRO. Jan. 16.
STEAMER HARVARD—Passed Point I»raa at 8
p. m.. souUibomi'l.
STEAMER COLUMBIA—SO milo* north of Point
> Lorna at 8 p. m.. for San Pedro.
STEAMER FRANCTS H. LEOGETT-4.j miles
south of San Pedro at 8 p. m.. for Sao D!e«o.
ASTORIA. Jan. 16.
STEAMER J, B. STETSON—For Portland; 5
miles,south of t'olmnbia river at 8 p. m.
STEAMER WASHTENAW -Southbound; off Co
lumbia river nt 5 p. in.
BTEAME RCATANIA For Portland; 480 milee
north of San Francisco at 8 p. m.
STEAMER O. W. FENWlCK—Ronthlv>und; 25
wiles south of (.'ohimbta rlrer at 8 p. tn.
STEAMER SENATOR Nfattle-San Francisco; 47
OHMS Fotuii of Columbia river at 8 p. m.
STEAMER ASUNCION—For Cordora; 700 miles
north of Sun FninHseo «t 8 p. tn.
STEAMER UMATILLA—San Seattle;
40 miles souiu of Columbia rlrer at 8:30 a. m.
■ i
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Call*
PORTLAND, Jan. lU. -With the schooner W.
H. Mars-ton an-1 the pilot schooner Joseph Pu
Htßpr In tow, the strainer Ooklahnma arrived at
St. Johns this morning.
An thf schooners Nehome and Nokomis are
ready to leavp. down from \%p«tport for the sea,
the steamer tfklahama recpirr-d ordprs to doiihle
bark to that place this moraln<; and take thorn
down. The Pdwmie is laden for SydDey and the
Xokotnis for ('a lota Buena.
The British bark Iverna was towed from St.
Johifl to Montgomery dork No. 1 this morning
ami began loading wheat at 1 oVlock today.
I.aden with wheat, thp German ship Oesa wm
taken to thP stream this morning. She will
leave down the river tomorrow under her own
etestn.
Thp Norwegian steamer Mathilda shifted from
the PacinV Coast bunker* to the Inman Poulwn
mills this morning and began taking on a lumber
cargo for Shanghai.
On hpr first voyage to this port the, Jap
anese stemner Klnkasan Mara. Captain K. Koi
zums, in from Milke, arrived at the Eastern and
Western mills this morning and will line for a
cargo of wheat end flour for Japan. She Is
under charter of Mitsui & Co.
The Japanese steamer Kh!n«ei Maru. Captain
K. Konaka, laden with a cargo of oak logs from
Ota.ru, for the Emerson Hardwood company,
arrived this morning.
SAN PEDRO, Jan. 10.—Pacific Coast company's
steamer Queen returned from San Diego, and,
after taking passengers ai.d additional cargo,
proceeded for Puget sound ports. Tla San Fran
cisco.
Steamer Claremont completed the* discharge of
7.'«0.000 feet of lumber for consignees here and at
Redondo and cleared for Willapa harbor In
ballast to reload.
Steamer Harvard nrrired from San Francisco
this morning with passengers ttnd freight and
cleared this evening for Sen Diego.
Stesmor BowdoiD. arriving from Eureka, pro
ceeded tf)d»y for San Dlpgo, carrying 750,000
feet of lumber.
Avnlon will complete the d'ncharge of
ft.'«,ooo feet of lumber for the K. K. Wood Lum
ber company and In pohednleil to clear tomorrow
for J'ortlnnd to reload, taking passengers and
freight for thp West Coast Steamship company
at San Frfuicifco.
British steamer Twickenham, en ronte from
Peru for British Columbia :>orts. is due to ar
rlre in the outer harbor toniaht. and. after tak
ing coal from the bark AMm Besyie, will pro
ceed.
Steamer Columbia. n'->w discharging 700.000
feet of lumber for consignees at San Diego, will
return here tomorrow morning, and. affpr «hkinc
passPDgpra and freight, will proceed for Grays
Harbor, via Snu Francisco.
ASTORIA, Jnn. 16. —Steam schooner Carlos ar
rived this morning from San Francisco with
cargo.
Steamer Breakwater sailed today for Bay
with frHsht j:nd passengers.
Strnnior <ieo. W. Kldpr sailed for San Fran
cipfo and Snn I'odro with freigiii hikl pntWQMi'f i.
Bar tug Tatoosh sailod this evening for Puget
smin<l nnd will start at once towing or? barges
to and from southeastern Alaska.
The tug Fearless will rpraslii hero until about
Fflmiary ] tn complete the towing contracts
vMdl tl'.p Pngft sornd compnny hn<* nunle.
Steam schooner Itrchellp. mailed for Ban Fran
cisco with a cargo of lumber.
.Schooner Alvona nrrlroil today nftpr a quick
trip frn;n San Francisco and will load lumber for
a return trip.
JftDMHtM steamer Shinsu >r«ni arrived on
\Cprlnosday from Manila vio Moji, Japan,
with t <'.ireo of lumher.
SEATTLE. Jnn. 1C —Arrived—Steamer North
laud, from southeastern Alaska: steamer North
western, from soutuwestern Alaska; steamer
Dorn. from Seward.
Sailed—StPfluicr Governor, for San Franri«<*o;
steamer NorthUml. for Santa Ana; steamer
P.ertha. for soiirheastern Alaska; steamer Jeffer
son, for Skagway.
ANACORTES. Wash.. Jan. 10.— Palled—British
strHuvr Lord Templeton, for Sydney.
PORT UIDLOW, Wash.. Jan. 16.—Arrived—
Steamer Fairhiiven. from San Francisco.
Notice to Mariner*
Branch TTydrograpbic Office,
San Francisco. Jan. Iβ, 1013.
Captain Flnpner of the M-hoonor Meteor re
ports to the branch hydrograiihlc offlce at Port
Townsend that on December 20. 1912, In latltudp
:"rtli ?,\i 24 minutes, longitude west US
(jegrepH 42 minutes, lie sighted a green painted
gasoline launch, housed, amldships and decked
over; launch was floating on side and abandoned.
Hp brought his srlioofipr around, but was unable
to pick up thp lierpllct. and as he could discover
no sign of Ufp on board he left her.
The agent of the Canadian murine and fisheries
reports that a diaphon*. fog horn will be estab
Hsbed at Capo Mudgc on th*- esstern shore of
th<> entrance to Discovery passage. The horn
point" In the dirertion of the strait of Ceorgla.
The blast will be 2 seconds duration with an In
terval of 2K second* between Hip blasts. The fog
horn will be placed in operation o*i or before the
first of March. 101?.. B. G. BARTHALOW.
Limtemat, C. S. X., ia Charge.
A Lumber Charter
Tlie BrltM hnrk Rowena Is under charter for
Inmttr from British Columbia to Queensboro at
R3i Od.
a-, _ _^.
Shipping Intelligence
ARRIVED ~~*
Thursday, January Iβ,
2:"' p. m.. ftmr Brooklyn. STonson. 70 hours
from P.nndon: 2.'J0,000 feet lumber to Sudden &
Cbri«=tensen.
1 :'M p. m., stmr Wnshinpton, Lee, 07 hours
from Coos P.ay; 400,000 feet lumber to Charles
Nelson company.
1:40 p. m., Kttnr Albion. Jaeohsen. 12 boars
from Bowens Landing: too rough to load.
11:30 a. m.. Btmr Thomat L. Wand. Peterson,
3f> hotire from San Pedro; ballast to Olson tc
Mahony.
11:40 a. tn.. bargre 95. Daniels, f.O hours from
El Seirundo; oil to Standard Oil company, in tow
top Hercules; up river direct.
10 a. m., stmr J. A. Chanrtor. riolmes. 2',;,
<laye from Astoria; hnllait to Associated Oil
Transportation compinv.
S:2O a. ra.. Jnp stmr Chiyo Mam. Greene, 26
days to hour* 2S minutes from Hongkong, via
Yokohama Iβ days 7 hours IS minutes and Hono
lulu 5 da.rs 1R hmirs \r, minutw: passengers and
merchandise to W. H. ATery, acent.
R:4" a. m.. Nor *tmr .Ta*on, Roatad. IW> honrg
fr«m Grsvß Harbor: nut In in finish loading.
7:45 a. m.. stmr Fair Oak*, Ahlln. 30 botire
from Sun Tcdro; ballast to 8. E. Slade Luinlier
company.
Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture—
Weather Bureau, San Francisco, Jan. 16, 1013.
RAINFALL DATA
-' ■:
■• ' '
STATIONS
I* il
"X,
a>
! SS. o
- " ■ ,:
m:^'::sB:
■»;.,-, ,■■-- ■ :...-.
:. ,-,. ■• - ,:. ..:••
ivureta
Re.l BlnfT
Sacranifii to
Mount Tamalpais.
San PraaciMQ
San Josr
0.68
o. r>o
0.24
0.40
(1. 40
0.24
2-'!.::s
11.M
4.8S
14.0.-.
8.08
3.«2
2.47
(>.<M>
4.2ft
2.O?
2.7S
ao.se 12.33
12.06 4.00
8.71 :;.nt>
10.85 t'..$4
10.17 4..16
7.33 3.68
4.42 l.«
4.as 0.87
8..'H 5.69
e.47 2.8.1
4.25 ! 2.49
t rpsi.no
. . . .
San Left Ohispo. .
I.oe Anjroles
San I>i*"go
0.42
O.-'rt
0.2<i
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following tables the maximum and mini
mum tetnp*-ratnres and rainfall are Riven:
:fA-:vX*y;*x
2

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?
I
I

3
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I
n
it.
i

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i.

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B
STATIONS
STATIONS
: ■•>■-■• .■:■:
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Baker
Boise
Pel Monte..
Kureka ....
Flagstaff ...
Fitsiio
Helena
il&noinlii ...
Kalisppll ...
Los Angeles.
34 22 .00 I Red Bluff...
38 28 .18! Reno
52 47 .55 Koseburx • -
40| 38 .eel Sacramento..I
30! 22 ,20| Salt Lake...
50 40 .24jjSan Diego...
6 -4 .04! S. Francisco
7« (>4 .00,'San Jose...
28 24 .04 i S. L. Oblspo
54 4C .26 ISK. Farallon
32 .. .02iiSpokane ...
3fl 34 ,24!!Tacoma
42 36 .lSjiTatoosh
62 40 .OO'lTonopah ...
321 2S .10 Walla Walla
47! 42 .0(> Winn'mucca.
42| 36 .48 iYuma
Lake..'!
Diego...
Bluff...
I
burj{ ..
4S 401.24
30 221.48
40 34|.26
48 40 .50
38 28 .02
60 52 .20
52! 41 .46
54 42 .40
54 42 .42
50 48 .32
36 26 .08
86 36 .22
.. 36 ...
18 22 .20
42 22 .00
S4 8 .02
66 -40 .00
Uodena ....
lit
urau.
X
no ...
yes Lt
nd ...
EASTKIIX STATIONS
Vbilene I 6fi| 58 .01||Knoxvll!« ..
Ulan. Citr-! 52 .. .HijiLouisville ..
ioston j 50 .. .OO.MempIiie ...
tuffalrt J 40 3$' .is -Montgomery.
"harlfstoD... Cβ .. .00 iMontreal ...
'hiesgo 52 42 .00 iMoorhead ..
'enver 44< 3.8 .00 ;.\'ew Orleans
)cs Moiws. 52 SOi.OOjNew York..
>o<fge City, r>6 , 4rt!.00i\orth Platte
>uluth 34! iSi.OK ,Oklaboraa ..
Mirsnffo ...| Sβ! 141.06 [Plttabwrg ..
Castport ... 4L' , .. : .00'Roewell ....
;ehe*ton .. 62 ..... jSt.
Jrcfii Bay.. 28 34Tr. 'St. Paul
lattoras ...I ftS .. .00 i Tampa
lavro ' -4 «'.!«, iToledo
luron 1 4S , 22;.oo,WashlnRton.
lafksonTillf".| 72. ..: .00;-Winnipeg ..
<.insas Clfy.! 80] 4S .041)
621 .. .58
62 48 .24
60 54 .00
70 .. .00
SS 34 .00
Sβ 4 .00
68 .. .00
48 .. .12
.. IS ...
62 54 .00
52 42 .28
eo 42 .00
58 BO .14
40 26 .00
76 .. .00
50 38 .30
M 42 .24
8 2 .02
•ALASKA STATIONS
Kagle |-38 -46'.0O|jT«ean»
Nome .; 12i 01 .OOfjVaMes
Sltka :■•; B|.0O Dntch FI«rbr
-20;-32i.oo
14 4 .00
nj .Tfi'.46
•Export*: ..f resterday,
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The storm ti.'is moved slowly eastward and the
pressure is rlsinc ov»r the Or<>g«n end California
coaete. Conditions still indicate unsettled
weather, with occaslostal Fhowers and southerly
vtoda. Rain has fallea generally in California,
ami snow In Oregon, Washington and Nevada.
Uisrh wtadl are reported from Point Reyes.
The weather is hemming eteody, with rain or
sno\v from the Bocky muiintains to the Ohio
valler. Temperatures are far above the normal
In Kansas, Missouri, the lake region and Ohio
v.tllor. A marked cold wave is passing over
Montana ami the Dakotas, and a marked fall in
(emperature may be expected in the states far
ther east. On the PnHtie coast temperatures are
below the normal ami will prpbably remain so 24
hours longer.
FARECAST
Following is tbe f -recast for the 30 honra end
ine at midnight Frtonjr. January 17. 1913:
For San Franciecv* and vicinity—Light sbowera
Friday: moderate southwest wind.
For Santa Clara valley—Light showers Friday,
followed by clearing; light south wind, changing
to north.
For Sacramento valley—Stiowers Friday, with
snow in the mountains: moderate south wind.
For San Joaquln valley—Cloudy Friday- snow
!n the mountains; cooler; light Dorth wind.
Kor California *outh of Tehachapl—Showers
Friday; moderate south winds.
A. (i. McADIE. District Forecaster.
6:20 a. m.. «tmr Elizabeth. Olaen. R2 hours
from rtandon; passengers and merchandise to E.
T. Krusp.
3 a. m.. stmr Bandon. Rosenblad, fi2 hours
from Bandage; 650,000 feet lumber to Estabrook
& Co.
5:30 n. OH,, atmr Tlardy. Mlchelson. C 2 honrs
from Com Hay; 400,000 feet lumber to Simpson
Lumber company.
.Vjo a. m., »ttnr Phoenix. Kokerlts, 38 honrs
from Kurpka; 2r>o,<xX) feet lumber to E. J. Dodge.
•1:50 a. m.. stmr Ooronado. Ktsngeland. 35 hours
from San Pedro; ballast to Pollard Steamship
company.
5:85 h. m.. strrtr Roanoke. Dlxoo. Si bonre from
San Pedro; bnliiist to North Pacific Steamship
company.
4:15 a. m., stmr Porno, LHleland, lfi hours
from Albion; 268,000 feet 1 amber to Swayne &
Hoyt. Inc.
5:15 p. m.. stmr foog Bar, Bowen, 55 hours
from Ventura: merchandise to Pacific Coast
Steamship company.
4:50 p. m.. Nor stmr Terrier. Thorwn CO days
from Norfolk, tlr St. Lucia 52 days; 5.000 tons
coal to United States trovernment.
f!:30 p. m., slinr Helen*?. Anderson, 73 hours
from San Diego; ballast to E. T. Kruse.
CLEARED
Thursday, January 16.
Strnr Charles Nelson, Olsen, Seattle; Charles
Nelson company.
Fγ bark Babin Chevsiye, Bourge, Ipswich, Eng.;
Balfonr, Guthrie & Co.
Stinr China. Thompson, Hongkong and way
ports Tia Honolulu; Pacific Mail Steamship com
pany.
Kr stmr Crown of Cordova. Campbell, London;
Balfour, Gutbrie & Co.
Br stinr Azot, Blundnn, Talara bay; Otis Mc-
Allister & Co.
SAILED
Thursday, January Iβ.
12:20 p. ra., *tmr City of Topeka. Zeh, Eureka.
1:15 p. m., itmr Fair Oaks, Ahlin, Grave Ilar
bor.
11:55 a. m., stmr Rose City. Rankfn, San
Pel ro.
U ra., ittnr Coronado, Stangeland, Grays Har
bor.
11 s. in., otrnr Grays Harboi* Johnson. Astoria
11:20 a. m.. stmr State of California, Alex
ander. San Diego.
4:45 a. in., gtmr Graywood, Anderson, Astoria.
8:20 p. m., stmr Jim Butler, Hutton, Tacoma.
4:4.", p. in., stmr Thomas L. Wand. Peterson
Portland.
5:50 p. m., mtmr Redondo. 7rleltson, Coos Bay.
d-.OS p. m., stmr Stanley Dollar, Thwlng As
toria.
TELEGRAPHIC
POINT I.OBOS, Jan. Iβ. 10 p. m.—Weather
cloudy; wind W; velocity 16 miles an hour
WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOS. Jan. Iβ. j> a. m.—Thick; wind
S; Telocity 28 miles an hour.
POINT REYES. Jan. 16. 9 a. ra.—Raining;
wind S": velocity 68 miles an hour.
FAKAM.ONES. Jan. Iβ. 9 a. m.—Raining;
wind S\V; velocity 48 miles an hour.
TATOOSH. Jan. 10, 9 a. m.—Raining; wind E;
velocity 6 miles an hour.
POINT I.OBOS. Jan. Iβ. 12 m.—Cloudy; wind
W: velocity Iβ miles an honr.
POINT LOBOS. Jan. 16. 3 p. m.—Cloudy; wind
W; velocity 14 miles an hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
PORT SAN LUlS—Sailed Jan. lft— Br etmr
Oberon. for Tocopilla: etnar Lansing, for Panama
RAYMOND—Arrived Jan. 16—Stmr laqua,
hence Jan. 12.
ABERDEEN—Arrived Jan. Iβ, 12 m.—Stmr
Newburg. hence Jan. 13. . i
P Easter Cruise to Panama Canal c»
West Indies and South America
S. S. "LAURENTIC" From New York March 12
New Triple Screw, 14,892 Tons.
27 Dap—Rate $175 and Upward
Most Modern and Finest Steamer Ever Sent to West Indies.
March in West Indies 6ne of Most Delightful Months.
Elevator. Orchestra. Photo Room. Perfect Ventilation.
Unsurpassed Service and Cuisine.
White Star Line, 319 Geary St., opp. Hotel St. Francis
*>S' Pkoae Kearny 32**.
Sailed Jan. Id, 3 p. m. —Stoir Tahoe, for San
Francisco.
TACOMA—Arrived Jan. 16—Stmr ArUonan,
from Seattle; barge James Drummoud, from
Winslow. Jan. 15—-Schr Virginia, hence Jan. 4.
Sailed Jan. 16— Br bark Autiope, for Sydney;
stmr Falcon, for San Pedro.
SAN PEDRO—Arrived Jan. lf>—Stmr Harvard,
hence Jan. 15; stmr gut'on, from San Diego; etmr
St. Helens, from Astoria: atmr Francis M. Leg-
Pftt, hence Jan. 14; stmr A. M. Simpson, from
Coos Bay. Jan. 15—Stmr Hanalei, hence Jan. 13:
stmr Bowdoln, from Eureka, with lauuch Ethel II
In tow.
Sailed Jan. 15 —Stmr Queen, for San Diego;
etnirs Willamette, Taliac and Hanalei. for San
Francisco. Jan. IG—Stmr Francis H. Leggett,
fOr San Diego.
Arrived Jan. 16—Stmr Aleetraz, from Green
wood.
Sailed Jan. Iβ—Stmr Harvard, for San Diego.
ASTOElA—Arrived Jan. 16. 10 a. m.—Schr
Alvena, hence Jan. 7; Jap etmr Shlnsel Maru,
from Japan, not Shintsu Maru as reported yes
terday; stmr Carlos, hence Jan. 18.
Sailed Jan. Iβ. 7 a. m. —Stmr G. W. Elder, for
San Francisco; 8 a. m., stmr Roehelle, for San
Francisco; 7 a. ra., stmr Breakwater, for Coos
Bay.
Hailed Jan. 16, 4 p. m.—Strar G. W. Fenwlek,
for San Pedro; etnar Johan Poulsen, for San Fran
cisco.
Arrived Jan. 7—Ger chip Olona. from Taltal.
LUDLOW—Arrived Jan. 16—Stmr Fairhaven,
hence Jan. 12.
TATOOSH-Passed Jan. 16. 11 a. m.— Br itmr
Anerley, from Astoria for Nanalmo: Jap etmr
Tamba Maru, from Yokohama for Puget sound;
8:30 a. m., stmr George Loomis, from Pnget
sound for Sin Francisco: Br hark Ix>rd Temple
town, from Puget sound for Sydney; 8 a. m.,
stinr Davenport, from Gamble for San Francisco.
ANACORTES—SaiIed Jan. 15— Br bark
Templetown. for Sydney.
COUPEVILLE— Sailed Jan. 15—Schr Mabel
Gal*, for Santa Rosalia.
SEATTLE—Arrived Jan. Iβ. 2 a. m.—Stmr
Northwestern, from Juneau; 9:30 a. n>., stmr
Northland, from Sfcagway.
Sailed Jan. 16, 11:30 a. m.—Schr Transit, for
San Francisco.
SEWARD—SaiIed Jan. 15—Stmr Yukon, for
Seattle.
VALDEZ—SaiIed Jan. 15—Stmr Mariposa, for
Seward.
GAMBLE —Sailed Jan. 15—Stmr Davenport, for
San Francisco.
POINT REYES—Passed Jan. 16, 8:50 a. in.—
Stmr Laktne. from San Pedro for Eureka.
SAN DlEGO—Sailed Jan. 13—Stmr Virginian,
Btrar Columbia, for San Francieco; etmr Argyll,
for Port San Lnts.
Sailed Jan. Iβ —Stmr Virginian, for Sao fran
clsco. and not as before reported.
EASTERN PORTS
NEW YORK—Sailed Jan. 15—Stmr Panama,
for Colon.
PHILADELPHIA—RaiIed Jan. 15—Stmr Oliver
.T. Olson, for San Diego via Jacksonville and
Taltal.
ISLAND PORTS
MANILA—ArriTed prior Jan. Iβ— Br etmr Iβ
drarteo, from New York; Jap stmr Seattle M«ru.
from Puget found.
\ FOREIGN PORTS
VANCOUVER—SaiIed Jan. 16— Br atmr Trln
cnlo, for Port San Lulu.
ArriTed Jan. Iβ— Br «tmr Glfford, from Na
naimo.
TALTAL—SaiIed Jan. Iβ— Br etmr Peetan,
for San Francisco.
VICTORIA—Arrived Jan. Iβ—Stmr Damara,
hence Jan. 12.
ArriTed Jan. Iβ—Jap »tmr Tamba Mara, frem
Hongkonjr.
Sailed Jan. 16— Br stmr Trlneulo, for Port San
LUl!«.
SUEZ—Arrived Jan. Iβ— Br etmr Erroll, from
Yokohama for New York.
HAMBURG—Arrived Jan. 14—Ger etmr S»
rapls, hence Sept. 27.
GLASGOW—Arrived Jan. Iβ— Br etmr Titan,
from Puget sound,
ANTWERP—SaiIed Jan. 14— Br etmr Statee
man. for San Francisco.
BALBOA—Sailed Jan. 15—Stmr City of Para,
for San Francisco.
KARATSU—Arrived Jan. 16— Br etrar Robert
Dollar, from Shanghai.
IQUIQUE—SaiIed Jan. Iβ—Bktn T. P. Emigh,
for Townsend. Prior Jan. 13—Nor stmr August,
for United Kingdom.
MORORAN—SaiIed Jan. 2— Br ttmr Winne
bairo for San Francisco.
VALPARAISO— Arrived prior Jan. IS—Ncr
Btmr Melderxkin. from New York.
Sailed Jan. 4—<3*T strnr Sebara. f«r Hatnborg.
Jan. I"—Gpr otmr Salatls. for San Francisco.
GENOA—Sailed Jen. 12—Ger stmr Steak, for
San Francisco.
NEWCASTLE fAus.>—Sailed Jan. 11— !»©r
stmr Hornelen, for Seattle via Honolulu.
PUERTO MEXlCO—Sailed Jan. 14—Stmr Mln-
Desotan. for Delaware breakwater.
OCEAN STEAMERS
NEW YORK—Sailed Jan. 16—Stmr I* Prov
ence for Havre: strnr Oceania, for Patras.
GENOA—Arrived Jan. 12—Stmr A neon*, from
New York.
NAPLES-Arrived Jan. 12—Stmr Algoa. from
Tacoma for Rotterdam. Jan. 13—Stmr Mendoea.
from Philadelphia and New Tork.
Railed Jan. 15 —Stmr Canoplc. for Boston.
TRIESTE —ArriTed .Tan. 13—Stmr Martha
Washington, from New York.
COPENHAGEN—Arrived Jan. 13—Stmr Russia,
from New York for Llbao.
GUAYAQUIL— Arrived prior Jan. Iβ—Stmr
Sakkarah. from San Francleco for Hamborg.
MADElßA—Arrived Jan. 15—Stmr Adriatic,
from New York for Naples.
AUCKLAND—Arrived Jan. I«—Stmr Harpagw,
from New York for Portland. Ore.
HAVRE—Arrived Jan. Iβ—Stmr La Sarole,
from New York.
MONACO—Arrived Jan. Iβ—Stmr Laeonla.
from New York. _
YOKOHAMA—Arrived prior Jan. Iβ—Stmr Ko
rea, from San Francisco.
QUKENSTOWN—SaiIed Jan. Iβ—Stmr Majes
tic, for New York.
LIVERPOOL—SaiIed Jan. Iβ—Stmr Cymric,
1 foT New York.
LONDON—Sailed Jan. Iβ—Stmr Minneapolis,
for New York.
ITALTFAX—Arrived Jan. Iβ—Stmr Corinthian,
from Glasgow.
Memoranda
Fonr flchlnsr rnsr* which started *»nt this morn
ing on ernlse. returned on account of rough
wr"itt»»r.
SUVA. Jan. 15—Damage to stmr Sonoma,
from Sydney for Sun Fr*ncleco. previously re
ported, wan "canned by striking submerred wreck
acre: weather fine; making good progress; all
well.
VIGO, Jan. Iβ.— Br stmT Veronese, from Glas
gow for Brazil and New York, with 139 paesen
irers aboard. Is ashore off Oporto; life saving
crew in trying to rescue passengers; high seas
running.
BERMINGHAM DENIES
STEPMOTHER'S CHARGE
Dynamite Expert In Answer fay* He
Did ~Sot Influence Father to
DiNlnherit Wife
Charges of Mrs. Frances Amanda Bir
mingham, -widow of John Bermlngham,
federal inspector of hulls and boilers,
that her stepson. John Bermingham Jr..
dynamite expert, had acquired undue
influence over his father and caused
him to exclude her in making his will
were denied yesterday in an answer
filed by the son. Bermlng'ham states
that Mrs. Berminghatn was given con
siderable property by his father before
death and that the will, which favored
the children, did" not Infringe on the
widow's ri&iits.
Bermingham denied explicitly that
his father was of unsound mind and
subject to undue influences of himself.
Mrs. Bermingham charged that before
her husband died December 1, 1911, he
labored under insane delusions that she
did not love him. She said she had
great confidence In John Bermingham
Jr. until she learned that he had told
his father that $1,000. the household
furniture and the Bermingham library
were sufficient for her.
The remainder of the estate, valued
at $85,000, was left to four children,
Lmcy M. Pray, Berkeley; Charlotte E.
Stokes. Washington, D. C.; John J. Ber
mingham, Ran Francisco, and Samuel
Bermingham, Oakland.
Mrs. Bermingham married him Octo
ber 3, 1902. She was considerably
younger than her husband.
MEN WITH BURGLAR KIT HELD
Richard Hardy and Robert James,
who were arrested recently with sev
eral pistols, drills and masks in their
possession, were held to answer to the
superior court yesterday on charges of
burglary. Bonds were fixed at |10,000
in each case.
WIVES TIRE OF GIVING
SUPPORT TO HUSBANDS
Mrs. Adelaide Williams and
Wife of "Gunboat ,, Smith
Were Family Providers
That Walter S. Williams repaid
wifely devotion by threatening to slice
her fantastically with a Japanese sword
that hung over his bed and that when
she wrested the weapon from him he
threatened to cut her throat with a
penknife was the testimony yesterday
of Mrs. Adelaide Williams that won for
her an interlocutory decree of divorce
at the hands of Judge F. J. Murasky.
Mrs. Williams, who lives at the Arden
apartments, and who is reputed to have
been a daring - speculator in mining
ventures, was amused at her own testi
mony and giggled when she told how
her husband concealed the penknife
under a couch to prevent his desperate
plans from being revealed. The mini
ature dagger was revealed when the
vacuum cleaner arrived to "do up" the
apartment.
SUPPORTS HER HUSBAND
Mrs. Williams testified that she had
always supported her husband since
their marriagre In San Francisco in
September, 1899, and that he would be
come intoxicated for periods extending ,
from three days to three weeks, during:
which he would attempt to convince
her of his unswerving - sobriety.
Withdrawal of mutual charges of in
fidelity marked the divorce hearing ,
yesterday of Eleanor Smith against Ed
ward I. (Gunboat) Smith, professional
prize flffhter. An amended complaint
was filed by the wife charging Gunboat
with nonsupport and Judge Graham,
after hearing her testimony that she
was compelled to support herself,
granted her an interlocutory decree of
divorce. The rights to property In the
Sunset district were settled out of
court. Mrs. Smith lives at 2241 Fif
teenth street. She testified that eh©
married at Sacramento December 31,
1909, and that she has provided for her
self by dealing In real estate.
George W. Morgan, who, according to
Elba O. Morgan of 455 Duboce avenue,
Is operating a gambling house at Butte,
Moftt., waa divorced yesterday when
Judge Van Nostrand granted th* wife
an interlocutory decree on her testi
mony that a woman named "Violet"
had interfered with her connubial hap
piness.
DENIES WIFE'S CHARGES
Denial of charges preferred by Mrs.
Mathilda A. Peterson in her suit for
maintenance was made yesterday by
Dr. Charles J. Peterson, osteopath, of
Redwood City, from which place the
case was transferred. Doctor Peterson
answers the maintenance suit with a
complaint for divorce, alleging that his
wife humiliated him frequently by
throwing playing cards in his face
when she lost In games with friends.
He averred that his wife was surly and
jealous of his mother.
The following were granted inter
locutory decrees of divorce. By Judge
Sturtevant: Frank from Anna Neubert,
desertion. By Judge Mogan: Floyd A.
from Blanche M, Johnson, desertion.
The following complaints were filed:
Clare C against Luther P. Willis, deser
tion; Mathilda against James J. Flam
ming, cruelty; Emily against Charles
W. Alexander, desertion; Walter H.
against Sadie A. Chamberlain, deser
tion; Eva B. against Harry Grothier,
cruelty; Mabel I. against Henry W.
Chamberlain, failure to provide; John
G. against Anna M. Rlchwine, desertion;
George H. against Eda Miesner, cruelty;
A. P. against Sarah Happ, cruelty.
BAND CONCERT SUNDAY
Songi of Stephen Collins Foater Fea
tured In Holly Park Program
The thirty-fourth concert by the
San Francleco Municipal band, of
which John A. Keogh Is the director,
Is scheduled for Sunday afternoon at
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CIE. OLE. TKANSATXAOTiaTTE. '■
DIRECT LINE iTO i HAVRE—PARIS ■;
gitg Sailing Every Thursday and Saturday.y ,^*,
M FROM I NEW YORK TO HAVRE p^
wfojBB&tv?:, Erery Thursday ?at 10 ja. m.
La I Lorraine. .Jan. 23 ,1 4 La Provence.. Few 20 J
La i Bavole... .Jan. SO 111 France |Trrr." Feb. 27
La Tourali»«...Feb. 6JI iLa Tourain«..Mar. 6 :
La Lorraine..Feb. 1.1 11 La Lorraine...Mar. 131
isg FROM ! NEW YORK TO HAVRE |M>
Every Saturday at 3 p. m.
Niagara Jan. 25 1I j Rochambeau.Mar. 81
rioride rt/rr.-. Feb. 3J \, Chicago % 'T.~."'. Mar. 15
Rochambean..Feb. 8 1 I f Niagara rntr. Mar. 22 %
Chicago rrsn*. Feb. 15 111 ftochambeau..Apr. 51
FUQAZI BEOS, Paciflo Coast Managera, t 630
|r:sss Montgomery Street. San ■ Francitoo. **h|S
CABix omos. vn makket btreet.
2 o'clock at Holly park, Highland ave
nue and Holly Park circle, in the Mis
sion district, 'the program:
"Star Spangled Banner."
March, "Bride Elect" J. P. Srm<a
Overture, "Pique Dame" Franz tod Suppp
Spanish fandango, "Los Novios" (the be
trothed) A. Swartx
Grand selection, "I Pagliaccl" (the clownsi
B. Leoucavalln
"The Minuet" I. J. Taflercwski
Processional march, B flat, "Fackeltatu"
(torchlight dance) G. MeyprbeT
Walti. "Tales of the Vienna Woods
Johann Strans*
Songs of Stephen Collins Foster, arranged by
Theodore Tobanl, including "Come Whet»
Mr Lore Lies Dreaming," "Old Dor Tray."
"Ring the Banjo," "My Old Kentucky
Home," "Beautiful Dreamer." "Olendy
Burk." "Willie. We Hare Missed on."
"Nellie Was a Lady," "Hard Tim«>s Come
Again No More" and "Old Folks at Boae."
Russian mazurka, "La Czarine" T.. <;«nn*
March, "En Avant" (forward). .Alphonsc Mcnzci
"America."
PACIFIC OCEAN TRAVEL
L^~ANGELES^i
•SANTA BARBARA
SAN DIEGO
EUREKA .ff£T2^,
SEATTLE (\HO
TACOMA VICTORIA YXv \
VANCOUVER
ALASKA
Berth and Meals Inclosed in Fare
LEAVE FRCM PIERS 9 and 11
Loa Angcle*. San Diego, 'Smite Barbara
•State of C»l..Jaii. 16, 23, 30, Feb. «. 13. 11 a. m.
Gorernor.. Jan. 20, 2 p. m.
Qoeen Jan. 27, Feb. 10, 2 p. m.
President Feb. 3. 17, 2 p. m.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle (Direct), Tacnma, Townaead,
Victoria, Vancouver. Alaska
Queen Jan. 18, Feb. 1. 15. 11 a. m.
City of Puebla Jan. 21. Feb. 4. 18, 3 p. m.
President Jan. 25, Feb. 8, 22, 11 a. m.
Umatllla Jan.- 28, Feb. 11. 25, 2 ». m.
Eureka (Hnmboldt Bay)
Topeka Jan. 20, 25, 29, Feb. 3, 7, 12, 12 noon
Alaska Cruises, 1918. Leare Seattle
Spokane. June 18; Jnly 2, Iβ, 80; Ang. 13. 10 p.m.
Right reeerred to change this schedule.
TICKET OFFICES— PaIace Hotel. 653 Market
■treet; 16 Market street and Broadway wharf.
Telephone Kearoy 492.
OAKLAND—I 226 Broadway; Tel. Oakland 56#\
BERKELEY—2I2S Shattuck «▼.; Tel. Berk. 44.
C. D. DCNANN. Passenger Traffic Manager.
I FOR COMFORT
TAKE THE MODERN
STEAMERS
PORTLAND a LOS ANGELES
ROSE CITY Ml BEAVER
Sail, 12 noon JjHjk Sens 17 A M
¥££&*>* Mr\ L^*l;
First clasa First class
$10. $12, $:.3.-i.
BERTH AND MEATUS Included.
Tke San Francisco & Portland S.S. Co.
A. OTTINGER. General Agent.
Tkt. efflce, 722 "Mkt. opp. Call; tel. Sntter 23 U
8 Eaat St. opp. Ferry bldg.; tel. Sutter 24x2
Oakland office. 122S Broadway: phonos—Oak
land 1314, Home A 4331. o
Berkeley office, 2105 Bhattuck; tel. Bork. 331
ParrnniPrto, .las. Warraok. 804 X »t.
PACIFIC MAII. • <t» r C
Round Trip *110 ' *t* w *^
THE BIG FOUR—"Mongolia,"
. "Manchuria," "Korea," "Sib*Ha, M
Also "China." "Persia" •Bβ "Nile ,, for
Honolulu, Japan, China, Manila.
Neit Sailing:
"OHIWA" January 17
PANAMA tIJTE
For Mexico, Central America, Panama.
Connecting for Europe and South America.
Next calling (passengers and freight):
"SAN JTJAN , * January 23
NEW EXPRESS, PASSENGER
and FREIGHT SERVICE DIRECT
FOR PANAMA AND NEW YORK
Next Sailing:
"rairNSTI.'VANIA" (pass, and freight , *..
Jan. 31
Full lnformatton «t
General Office* 884 Flood BltVsr.
Ticket Offlce* 722 Market St.
Phone Kearny 3620.
©AMERICAN- HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
Regular Fast Freight Serrtc*
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORT 3 AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
Balling from New York every six days,
making direct connections with Paclflo
eteamere sailing from ffallna Cruz
Mex., every cix days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
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, Pacific Coast.
810 Sansome St, San Francisco.
TOTO KISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
S. S. Chlj-o Mara (»U Manila direct)
Saturday. K*t>. 1. 1913
3. 8. Nippon Mara (intermediate eerTlce sa
loon accommodations at reduced rates)
Friday, Feb. 21. 1911
S. 8. Tenyo Slam Saturday. March 1, 1913
S. 8. Shlnyo Mam (new) (via Manila direct)
Saturday, March 22. 1913
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, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamers for Manila.
India, etc No cargo recelred on board on day
of sailing. Bound trip tickets at reduced rates.
For freight and passage apply at office, fourth
floor. Western Metropolis National Bank build
ing, 625 Market et. W H. Arerj,
Assistant General Manager.
SYDNEY SHORT LINE
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIN SCREW 10.000-ton steamers
"SIERRA." "SONOMA" and "VENTURA."
$110 HONOLULU SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WOSLD-1800 Ist cabin; 1380 24
cabin. via> Ceylon, Egypt, Italy, etc. Liberal
stopovers.
Honolulu Sailings—Jan. 2S, etc., 2 p. m.
Sydney Sailings—Feb. 11, Mar. 11, etc., 2 p. m.
Write or wire NOW for berths. Send f«r
folder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 673 Market
Street. Phone Sutter 846.
THE YALE
SAILS TOMORROW FOR
LOS ANGELES
For tickets, folders, etc., apply
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.,
680 Market St. San Frenclseo.
AUSTRALIA
AND NEW ZEALAND
Sydney via Tahiti and Wellington
S. S. AORANGI (9.000 tons) sails 11 a.m., Feb. 5
8. 8. TAHITI H2,C00 tons) sails 11 a.m.. Mar. 5
8. S. MOANA (10,000 tone) rails 11 a.m., April 2
UNION S, S. CO. OF W. Z« Ltd.
HIND. BOLPH & CO., General Agents,
Tel. Dour. 3100. Ticket Office, 679 Market St.
HfHUAI 111 If s - s HoxotxnAx s «n»
niiniULULU J»n. 21. S. S. LCBMNE
sails Feb. 4. S. S. Wir.-
HEI>MIXA sails Feb. 12. Nptt Ftftamers, 13,00(1
tons dltiplacement. r.paTe Pier No. Sβ. Koun.t
trip, $110 «d 4 up. Direct servirn to tho Vnirnn ..
MATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
S4IS Market Street. San Franceses
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