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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920.
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SHIPPING NEWS.
jCONTIXI'BI' l ltOM PKECKDJNG PAOK.)
Jhr ibblt t Walker, Ht Ueorge, NU, via
!' r o'ii fit". ;r"'port for New York.
Tui Murrell, lowing S tan f at 8 1!0
WLi ., ,i i.-. ,i. r lonliur a rat T I'M
I ; Mary W Puller, toeing 3 (at D:4S
Btara H nnane. limine 2 barge (at
..a ami H'ury fitrir. lowing 5 (at 7:46
JjJ; Buiefy. Illi' (at 10. 45 AM).
Bound East.
.. Vnrth Lana, Nw YorK for lloaton.
Er brlaware, New v'" k '"' "oaton.
i,r Miv. Nw Vork for Block Inland.
Em LhU 1 Peabodj. Nw York for an
Cn flMfflMMi ,ow,n 1 nHra
u, Kotoneauetiai towing 8 lat
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' jsVUaJ I at AM): Chat
.,; Motor barg fhnrtaw (at 9:
t" M' w ''o. lowing 4
S'tir
Bj rerlrss, towing 1 barge (at KiftO
,u KokcndaUQUa. lowing 6 lat S:N AMI;
"'.'., i., lowlne 4 I at 0 AM) : John Uar-
HHI a Kenni'ily,
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bargee (at
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Sim itftltar Mabel I, Barton (at 7:40
All).
CLEARED.
(From 1'. s' aval Communication Strrlca.
mr 14. II Ik Olav (Pan), Ohrlsttaneand and
nKLiMla-Kuneh, Edye Co.
... nnnnliilu. riublln. Gothenburg, Mnlino,
4,.M-r.. Mi-Cnrmark.
(tr ffrtt Irinn. Gothenburg and Stockholm
ttn Star l.lne.
r Dalian. Malmo James W Elwelt A Co.
tr Burm-ae Prima (Br), Havre Kurness,
v ' a Co.
Btr Imperetor (Br), Cherbourg and South-
S-Cunard Bteamehlp Co.
jjtr ira negll Ahruaal dial). OlbraKar,
an!" and lUuna Italia-America.
Jtr Batchers tHrl, Constantinople Mount
oval Ktramehlp Cn.
tr ltaiximn Maru (Jap), Bombay, Cc
lemlw Madraa, Ar-Nlppon Yiiseu Kalaha.
tr City of Birmingham (Hr), Bombay,
Mailrm and Calcutta Norton, Lilly A Co.
tr Alnan i Hr . Bahla, Rio Janeiro, Ac
Ftineh, Wye A Co.
tr St Hr-n iHr). Para. Rio Janeiro, c
lamport Holt.
Itr Npont. Buenoa Alrea Elder Steal
ItfaraalilP Co.
Iir Hfel Worker, Vancouver via San
Pedro. I'thnilaa Bteamahlp Line.
Btr Porto lllco, Son Juan, Ponca and Maya-uej-Naw
Vork and Porto Rico 8teamahlp
8tr Walter r Mnnaon. Calbarlen and Nua-ltan-Munsnn
Steamship Line.
Str Carman. Lagiiayra. Puerto Cabollo.
r-n.l.n, Pallet! A Co.
Itr fth'naniloah. Taniplco Tho Texae Co.
Itr Bapl'lan, Port Iioboe McAlllatar Broa.
Str Taunton (Nor), Havana Atlantic Krult
Co.
Iftr El Snd. Oalveeton Southern Pacific
00,
Itr El Rio. N'aw Orleans Southern Paclflo
Co.
Itr Lenape. Charleaton and Jacksonville
Clyde St.amehlp Co.
Itr O T Waring, Norfolk and Jarksonrlllo
-D T Warden.
Itr Yamacata Maru (Jap), Philadelphia
HouI'ler. Weir 4 Boyd.
Barae Paniuel W Pnniiier. Windsor, NS
F Whitney A Co.
SAILED.
8i : Bradclvde. New Orlean: El Rio, do;
tl Burt. Galveston: George H Jonea, Texas
City. Choctaw. San Juan: Porto Rico, do:
St Bede i Hr) . Para and Bio Janeiro; Ham
hlodon Range (Br), Lelth; Mayaro (Br),
Grenada; wynoochc. Antwerp via Bo"tnn;
Hap' - Port Loboa; Anglo-Egyptian1 (Br),
Rotterdam. Neponslt, Buenos Aires; Walter
i ifunson, Calbarlen.
Itra Freepiirt Sulphur No 5, Kreenort. Tex:
Mund"rta. Puerto Padre; Fort Hamilton
iBr). Hamilton; Ameiiean Transport (Br).
Montexldeo and Buenoa Alrea: Karmvnrth
iBr). Hrdeanx: Calaverna, Port Tampa:
Kaata Ana. Callao. Arlca, Ac; Lnape. Jack
onl!lc, Veata (and barire), Beaumont;
Wlhaha, Norfilk; Carrlllo, Kingston; Taun
ton. Havana: Cararaa, Lanuayra, Ac.
Itr Steclworker, Vancouver.
otr Larantla. Tampieo.
Brhr 1. ana (Dan), Copenhaacn.
Silled 10th, air West Segovia, Danzig; via
Norfolk.
The corrected reading of the barometer (re
duced to sea level) at New York en Wednes
day, Aui; 11, 1090, at 8 AM, as reported by
the I'nlted State Weather Bureau, was
twanty-nlne and nlnaty-three humlredtha
.! Inches. This closely approximates
seven hundred and sixty and two-tenths
(iSO.S) millimetres. Captain of all vassals
now lying in or near lux porta of New York
and Brooklyn ran advantageously ua th
above official data for obaervlng whether
ilhelr own barometers raqulr any conelder
able correction or adjustment.
Wind at Handy Hook at 8 PM, BR; cloudy;
ainooth aea. At City laland 8, light; partly
cloudy; sinoota sea.
FOREIGN WEATHER CABLE
GRAMS. CAPE RACE, MT, Aug 11-Baromcter at
noon, 30.03 Inrhao; wind W. light; weather
foggy; temperature 70 deg l ulu.
MARITIME MISCELLANY.
W al Btreater A Bona, ship brokers, 108
Broad street. New York, have sold to tli
VIlaKraph Co of America th three masted
achr B 1 Hasard, which will be used for
moving picture purposes.
BOSTON, Mas. Aug 10-Schr Elisabeth
Freeman 4 masted) will be launched from
the Atlantic Coast Company's yard, Tlioman
tnn, MV, nn Saturday, Aug 14, for Crowell A
Thurlow of this city. She loads a full cargo
uf lumber at this port for Buonoa Alrea. The
veasel Is 'JIO feet long, 42 feet beam and 21
feet depth of hold; carrying capacity 2,400
tons deadweight, will be commanded by Capt
O C Sawyer, formerly master of the achr
Auguata . Hilton.
HALIFAX. Aug 11 The atr Ambrldge,
Trieste July 17 for New York, put Into this
port yesterday on account of Jroller trouble
and lack of fuel and water and later pro
ceeded. fltr Lewlston, Cherbourg July 21 for Nor
folk, Is expected her to-day for repairs to
her boilers.
NEW LONDON, Ct. Aug 11-Str Hopat
cong, ninth boat built at Morse' Oroton
Iron Works Yard here, was successfully
launched at U o'clock this morning. Launch
ing was witnessed by the Connecticut Society
of Civil Engineer, here for summer meet
ing. Vessel was christened by Mr. Thomas
, Scott of this city.
I'KOVIDENCE, m. Aug 10-atr Lake Fn
gard, from Portland, Me, arrived at tills
port for repairs.
HT JOHN, NB, Aug ll-Tuf O K King
ank In Falls.
YOKOHAMA. Aug li- Str Arakan (Dutch),
Hong Kong for San Franctaco, arrived at
this port and reported loa of propeller blade.
CABLE REPORTS.
ANTWERP, Aug 8 Arrived, otr Busgon
dler (Belg), Baltimore; 7th, Andalusier (Br),
Montreal: Oakland, do.
Arrived Sth, strs Hastier (Belg), New
York: 8th, McKeeaport, do via Baltimore.
Sailed lit h, str Lake Uayser, New York.
Hailed 7th, str Western Btar, New York.
ALEXANDRIA, Aug 8 Arrived, str Uresn
wldh i Br), Norfolk.
Arrived 10th. str Salatlga. Pensaoola.
ADELAIDE, Aug Arrived, str Weat
Mahwah, Taroma.
AUCKLAND. Aug 7 Arrived, str Port
Curtis (Br), New York.
BREMEN. Aug &-Salld. str Qulstconrk.
New Orleans.
BORDEAUX, Aug 8 Sailed, atrs Oeorgle
(Fr), Montreal; Franktnver (Br), New .Or
leans. Hailed 0th, str Knlyp.no Vergnttl (Greek),
Hampton Roads.
HE1HUT, Aug 3 Arrived, str Madonna
(Fr), New York".
BOMBAY, Aug 9 Arrived, ntr Langton
Hall (Br). New York via Port Bald.
BUENOS AIRES, Aug 8 Arrived, atr Coeur
d'AIene, Baltimore.
Hailed 7Ui, str Hallartua (Br), New York.
BALBOA, Aug 10 Arrived, stra Maple
Branch (Br), Antofagasta; Toyoka Maru
(Jap), Hong Kong.
Sailed 10th, strs Mlna Brea (Br), Plsagua;
Jamaica IBr), Turr.aco.
BARBADOS, Aug ft-Hailed, sirs Canadian
Observer (Br), Montreal; Canadian Planter
(Br), New York.
Hailed 8th, schr Anthony D Nlcols, New
York. 1
CARDIFF. Aug B8alled, str Danebrog
(Dan i, Hampton Roads.
COPENHAGEN, Aug 4 Arrived, str Svan
hlld (Dan), Newport New.
CHERBOURG. Aug Q Sailed, str La
Perouae (Fr). New York; Johnson City, Nor
folk: r.tli, fillklestad (Nor), Sydney, CB.
Arrived Uili, str Olympic (Br). New York.
CALCUTTA, Aug T Arilemd. strs Colusa.
Snn Kranolseo via Manila and Singapore;
Falls City (Br), Norfolk
COLOMBO, Aug 7 Sailed, str Rosert
(Br), from Calcutta for Boston.
Arrived 9th, str Clan MacPhee (Br), New
York. v
Arrived Jnjy 26. str Weat Hembrle, Slnga-
poro (and sailed 28th far Antwerp).
CALLAO, Aug m,. Arrived, air Hanta Tsresa,
Nw York via. Panama.
Arrhmt 8th. str Siskiyou. San Francisco.
CIIIHTOIIAL, Aug 9 Balled, str Eastern
Pilot, from T acorn a. Cor New York.
Hailed I uih, atr Lake Fllllon, Philadelphia;
West I'achia, do.
Arrived 10th, str Patrician (Br), Liver
pool. DUBLIN. Aug it Arrived, str Dwy. Port
land, Ore, and Norfolk.
DRAMMEN. July 31 - Hailed, str Rugja
(Nor), United Htataa.
Arrived 31t, tr Venl (Nor), Nowport
News.
DROBAK, Aug 4 Arrived; atr Torlak
Hknaland iNor), Newport News.
KLKINORE, Aug 10-I'assad. atr Skom
varr (Nor), Newport News for Copenhagen.
KOWKY, An 9 Balled, str Baupendr
(Bias), PhlladeTphla. w
KllEDEltlKHHA VN. Aug IS Arrived, stra
Bvend II (Dan), Newport News; 7th, Jan
Van Nassau (Dutch) , Philadelphia and Port
Hastings, NS
FIIEDEHICIA Aug 3Arrlvsd, otr Youngs
town, Nuwport New.
OLAHOOW, Aug 8-Arrlved, chr John R
Penrose, Savannah.
Arrived lOtli, str Havllah, Taroma (via
Panama. Canal).
Arrived 10th, atr Columbia (Br), New
York.
GOTHENBURG, Aug 7-Arrlved, otr Vea
talla iBr), Baltimore.
Sailed loth, str Drottlugholm (Sw), Now
York.
GIBRALTAR, Aug 10 - Passed, str Mln
(Br), Norfolk for Marseilles.
Passed Iftth, strs Liberty Land, Norfolk
for Marseilles; Western Hap, Norfolk for
Barcelona.
Arrived 4th, strs Oudrnn (Br), New Or
leans; 10th, Datchet (Br), Newport News.
Balled 3d, str Admiral Cochrane (Br),
Sydney, CB.
Balled 10th, str Canoplc (Br), New York.
QENOA, Aug 2 Arrived, strs Fernando
Palanrlano (Ital). New York via Naples;
Due d'Aoata (Hal), do via do.
Arrived 4tli, atr Reglna d'ltalla (Ital),
New York via Naples.
Arrived 9th, str Edgehlll, Philadelphia.
HAMBTJRU. Aug ,1 Arrived, str Wait
Hnrdaway, New York via Bremen.
Arrived nth, strs Septlma (Uer), Galves
ton; Sunbeam, Philadelphia.
Sailed nth, atr Atlantic Sun, New York.
HAVRE, Auk 8 Sailed; otr Bombardier
(Belg), New York.
Sailed Nth, bark Suianno (Fr), Hampton
Rnada.
HALIFAX, NS, Aug 10-Anived, atr Am
brldge, Trleote.
Hailed 10th, otr Rosalind (Br), New York.
Hnlled 10th. 8:0 PM, str Ambrldge, from
Triesle, e, for Now York.
INISHTUAHULL, Aug 10 Passed, strs
Canndlan Ranger (Br). Montreal for Olao
gow; Dlgby (Br). Halifax for Liverpool:
Ktheihllda (Br). Newport New for Stock
holm. K INHALE. Aug in-Passed, otr Tlfllo (Bp),
New Vork for Manchester.
KOIIE. July 31 Arrived, str Lancaster,
Tien Tsln.
Hulled "0th. strs West Ivts, Tacoma via
Manila: Aui: 1, Greenland, Atlantic port via
Huex; 2d, Westmoreland, from Sail Fran-
Clncn. e, for Moji.
LIVERPOOL, Aug 8 Arrived, str Kronen
feln (Br), Galveston.
Arrived 11th, str Canadian Ranger (Br),
Montri'al.
Sailed 10th, str Author (Br), New Orlean.
LONDON. Aug 9 Hailed, str Inkula (Br),
Boston.
Hailed 11th. str Menominee (Br), New Tork.
Arrived 11th, str Irishman (Br), New
York.
I.IZARD. Aug 10 Passed, str Sydney
Maru (Jap), Norfolk for Rotterdam; Will
iam A MeKenney, Philadelphia for do.
Passed 10th, strs Inls (Br), Philadelphia
for Hamburg: Orion, New Orleans for Ant
werp. MANCIIEHTER. Aug 9 Arrived, str Llngan
(Br). Sydney, CB.
Arrived 9th, str Manchestsr Shipper (Br),
Philadelphia and Halifax.
Sailed 9th. str Caledonian (Br), Boston.
MALMO. July 2B Arrived, str Seuthlea
(Br). Norfolk
Sailed 31st, bark Argo (Sw), Newport
' MARSEILLES, Aug 8 Arrived, str Bay-
lula (Br),. Montreal. .
NYBORG. Aug 5 Arrived, tr Fort Pitt
Bridge. Newport News.
NKUFAHRWAH8ER, July 81 Arrived,
str Kalfarll (Nor), New York.
Arrived 2d, str Inlshboffen (Br), Philadel
phia. NAPLES, Aug 3 Arrived, str Gluseppl
Venll (Ital). New Yorx.
Arched 3d, str Texao N, New York and
Norfolk.
NEWCASTLE, NSW, Aug 9-Arrlved. tr
Talawa (Br). Port Arthur.
PRAWLE POINT, Aug tO-Pasaed, atr
Eaatern City (Br). Baltimore for Dunkirk,
PORT SAID. Aug 9 Arrived, str Hakodat
Maru (Jap), New York for Bombay.
Arrived 8th. str Mytllus illr). New York.
POUT LIMON, Aug 8-Hulled 7 PM, San
radio, ttnetoii.
ROTTERDAM, Aug n-Balled, otr Middle
sex, Hampton Roads; 8tb, Felix Taussig, do;
(Juaker City, Norfolk.
Balled Sib, bark Svartskog (Nor), Phila
delphia, ROUEN, Aug 7 Arrived, atr Broadmayne
(Br), Newport News.
RIO JANEIRO. Aug T Arrived, atr
Korean Piinc (Br), New York: 9th. Wood
mannle, Philadelphia. Yesakl Maru (Jap),
Norfolk.
Arrived 8th, atr Sac City, Now York and
Newport New.
SHIELDS, Aug 9 Sailed, (tr Ganelon (Br),
New Orleans.
Arrived 10th, otr Dront (Br), Newport
Newa.
SOUTHAMPTON. Aug 9-Arrlved, itr Bt
Paul, New York.
Arrived 10th, atr Grampian (Br), Mont
real. HTAVANOER. July 28Sallod, atr Bkog
atad (Nor), Hampton Roads.
ST NAZAIRE. Aug 8-Arrlved, str Weat
Helix, New York; Sth. Blskargl Mendl (Bp),
Philadelphia.
Hailed 7th, str Hannab (Br), Sand Kay.
SUEZ, Aug 8 Arrived, Mr John Roach,
Batavla (for New York).
SHANGHAI, Aug 7 Arrived, auxiliary
chr Admiral 81ms, Han Franclaeo via Ma
nila; Sth, otra Eldrldge, San Franclaeo via
Yokohama: 9th. Africa Maru (Jap), Tacoma
and Seattle; Nanking, San Franclaeo via
Yokohama; Greenland, Baltimore via Pan
ama and Han Franclaeo.
Arrived Hth, str Coaxet, Portland, Or.
Railed 4th, ntr Saltna, San Francisco.
SYDNEY, NHW, Aug 7-Arrlvd, str Port
Elliott (Br), New York.
Sailed Hth, schr Geo E Billings, San Fran
cisco. SANTOS, Aug 9 Sailed, str Major Wheeler,
New Tork (49,800 bags coffee).
Balled 10th, str Blddons (Br), New York.
Arrived 9th, str Amcross, New York and
Baltimore; Benovento (Brai), do and Phila
delphia. TERNEUZBN, Aug 8-Arrf?ed, str Elisa
beth iDutch), Sydney, CB.
TIENTSIN, Aug 8 Arrived, str West
Cheswold, Port Arthur via Panama.
VALPARAISO, Aug 7 Sailed, strs Rcnalco
(Chll). New York; Santa Lulsa, do.
VICTORIA, BC. Aug 10-8alled, strs Robin
Goodfellow, Chile; WytharvlIU, from Shang
hai, Ae, for New York.
YOKOHAMA, Aug "-Arrived, str Arakan
(Dutch), Hong Kong tor San Francisco (lost
propeller blade).
Arrived Sth, atr Benonl, New York and
Wilmington.
Arrived 7th, str Moorish Prince (Br), New
Tork.
AMERICAN PORTS.
(By Telegraph.)
BELLINGHAM, Wash, Aug 10 Balled,
schr Resolute, Sydney.
nOSTON, Mane, Aug 11 Arrived, sir
Prlneo George (Br), Yarmouth (and sailed
on return); Melrose, Baltimore; Calvin Aus
tin, New York; City of Columbus, Savannah;
Persian, Philadelphia (and cleared on re
turn); Northwind, Norfolk; tugs German
town, Philadelphia, towing barges Suffolk,
Mahanoy and Preston (and sailed towing
barges Suffolk for Newburyport and Treston
for Camden) : Paoll. New York, towing
barges Hopatcong and Haverford: Bathgate,
towing barges Absecon and Huron ; Nepon
set, towing barge Greenwood from Portland
for New York; Piedmont, towing barge No
14, IS and 24.
Arrived 10th. strs Low Moor, Fowey;
Lake Flodora. Murray, CB; achr Rachel W
Stevens, Ivtea, Spain.
Cleared 11th, atrs Amolro, San Juan via
Newport News; Lako Faribault, Charleaton
and Jacksonville.
Hailed 10th, str Lake Falrport, New York.
Hailed 11th, atrs Asplnet (Br), New York;
Mohican, do; San Mateo, do; Springfield,
Pacific coast ports: Mohawk, Joneaport.
Hailed 11th, atr Selwyn Eddy, Norfolk.
Sailed Uth, atrs Alanthus, Norfolk; Vltel
lla (Br). Glasgow: Mahanka, Newport Newa;
tugs Battleboro, from Norfolk, towing barges
Chelsea for Bangor and W R McDonald for
Portsmouth: Alert, towing barge Sharon,
Saybrook , North American, New York, tow ¬
ing barge Hattera- and Pohatcong. WlndJ
at Highland Light noon HW, 20 mile; thick
fog; smooth aea.
BALTIMORE. Md, Aug 11-Arrlvsd. atr
Nnrdfarer (Dan), Shields; Mandcville (Nor),
Tela: Kaaaala (Br), Philadelphia: Persler
(Belg), Antwerp; Chas Braiey, Philadelphia;
Lake Elon, Port Tampa: ship Brynhllda,
Havre.
Arrived 11th, schr Jore O Shaw, St Marie.
Cleared Uth, str Lake Catherine, Klngs-
ton; Western Light, Antwerp via Boston;
Klaug, San Antanio, Chile; Norllna, Skaw
(for orders) .
Hailed 11th, stra.Bomaa (Dutch), Gothen
burg; Lake Granny, Ban Antonio, Chile;
Waauiaar (Dutch), Rottardam; Baldbutlo,
Port Loboa; Holllnalde (Br), Alexandria.
Lake Galewood. Manchester; lulu nil. Boston.
BUZZARD8 BAY (Cape Cod Canal). Mass,
Aug 11 Arrived, tug Jamas McNally, tow
ing 2 barges.
PaaeVd W 11th, tug American, towing 1
barg; North America, towing 2; W U Tay
lor, towing S; str Lake Gardiner.
CHARLESTON, SC. Aug 11 Arrived, atrs
Nen aster (Br), Philadelphia: Cotopaxl, Ha
vana; Lake Elsmere, Jacksonville (and pro
ceeded to Boston).
Hailed 11th, strs Joslah Macy. Wilmington,
NC; Solitaire, Port Arthur; achr I O Cherry.
New York.
CAPE HENRY, Va, Aug U-Panaed out 3
AM, atra Belvldere, Baltimore for Barcelona:
8:30 AM. Kallmba (Br), do for Chrltitianla.
11:20 AM, Modeata (Nor), do for do.-Wind
8W, 12 miles: cloudy.
GALVESTON, Tex. Aug 11-Arrlved. (tr
Tamauilpas (Mex), Progreao; tug Uulfport,
Tampieo, towing barge ,
GULFPOKT, Mlas, Aug 10 Sailed, otr
Capitol ..f Nebraska, Port Arthur.
JACKSONVILLE. Ha, Aug 11 Arrived,
atr Merrimack, Philadelphia.
Arrived 10th, str Howard, Baltimore via
Savannah: achr Evelyn (Br), Vigo, Spain.
Balled 11th, atr Nlawa, Yokohama.
MANILA, Aug ft-Arrlved, tr Weat Htka,
Ban Pedro via Honolulu; West Neria, Ban
Franclaeo via Shanghai.
MOBILE, Ala. Aug 11-Arrlved, achr Char
lotte Maxwell, Havana.
Arrived Uth, atr Maple, Puerto Barrio.
Sailed 10th, atra Lake Elmont. New York:
Manx Isles (Br), Tampieo; achr Annie M
Murphy, Havana: Margatet C (Br), do.
NEW ORLEANS, La, Aug 11-Arrlved. etr
Nola, Progreao; Jamaica, Kingston: Herald
(Nor), Bells; O R Crowe (Br), Port Loboa;
Gansfjord (Nor), Blueflelda; Copan llinnri),
Puerto Cortex; Coppenapie, Puerto Barrios;
Hurlname, Tela; Oakaloosa, Liverpool; No
vum (Br), do.
Arrived Uth, atrs Helnan Maru (Jap),
Japan via Panama Canal; Jamaica, Kings
ton. Cleared Uth, strs Bethnor, Gothenburg and
Copenhagen via Dublin; Delmlra (Hr), Tam
pieo; Kewaunee, do; Momus. New York;
Santa Alicia (Br), Mtnltltlaii, Mexico; Will
iam Isom. Tampieo.
Sailed Uth, strs Cartago, Cristobal; Brit
ish Star (Br), Davenport; Agasam, Glas
gow: Paterton (Br), Avonmnuth; Inspector,
ClenfueRoa; Memos, New York; Bzterenii
(Ital), Trieste, guimlstan, Puerto Cortex.
Sailed from Port Ends Uth, atrs Amman
(Br), Liverpool; Chalmette, Havana; H H
Rogers, Baltimore; Norma, Tela; Oural
(Belg), Europa; Strago (Br), Buenoa Aires
via Gulfport.
NEWPOBT NEWS, Va, Aug 11-Arrlved,
str Arapahoe, Newcastle; Costilla, Norfolk;
Dagny (Nor), do; Trecarne (Br), Glasgow.
Hailed Uth, aim Westmoreland (Br), Liv
erpool; Wackworth (Br), Norfolk.
Hailed Uth, strs Astrakhan (Br), Port Ar
thur; Donostla (Bp), Copenhagen; Glen
ridge, Galveston; H II Asqulth (Br), Nor
folk: Kayseeka, do; Lake Gretna, do; Lake
Frugadlty, do; Magdala (Dan), Korsoer;
Marie Z Michallnos (Greek), Piraeus; Orarl
(Br), London.
NORFOLK, Va, Aug 10-Arrtved. strs E C
Pope, Providence: Frelborg (Br), New Or
leans: Miriam (Nor). Cardiff; Maruba, Bos
ton; Jupiter (Bp), Port Tampa.
Arrived 11th. strs Wassalc, New Orleans;
West Segovia, New York: American (Dutch),
Port Arthur; Cauchy (Fr), Mobile.
Arrived Uth, stra Rljsbergen (Br). Rotter
dam; Abotln, Philadelphia; Lake Hewes, do;
Dnnsylvanla, Port Lobos; Texarkana, Gi
braltar; Newton. Philadelphia: Ordoyne
(Br), Baltimore: Krosford (Dan), Philadel
phia: West Segovia, New York.
Sailed 10th, strs Indianapolis, Rio Janeiro:
Lycoming, Stockholm; Cralgrownle (Br),
Portland, Me: Newburgh, Bremen: Opawa
(Br), London; Tiberton (Br), Stockholm;
Domingo de Larrlnaga (Br), Bordeaux;
Kronatad (Nor), Stockholm; West Harcuvar,
Danilg; Sepulga, Porto Loboa: Castelpor
ilano (Ital), Oxeloaund; Volturno (Ital),
New York; Nordfarer (Dan), Baltimore;
Dunkerque (Ft). Bordeaux.
Hailed 11th, atr Kronatad tNor), Stock
holm; Newburgh, Bremen; Quantlco, Ha
vana; Lake Gaapar, Boston; Pioneer (Ital),
Curacao; Freeman, Portland, Me.
NEW BEDFORD. Mass. Aug 10 Arrived,
atr Mormugao (Port), Lisbon and Axorea.
Sailed 7th, str Lake Gasper, Norfolk.
PORT ARTHUR, Tex, Aug 10 Arrived,
strs Gulf Queen, New York; Winifred, Gal
veston; Agwlstar, do; I'erfecyon, Tampieo;
Chester Hun. Antwerp; War Africa (Br),
Port Said: Gulf coast, Jacksonville.
Sailed 10th, str Burnwell, Port Loboa.
PENSACOLA, Fla, ,Aii 10-Arrived, strs
Umatilla, Baltimore; Aurora. Galveston.
Arrived Uth, tr Aureola (Ital), Oal
veton; Barbadian (Br), do; Maumee, New
Orleans.
Hailed 11th, achr Avon Queen (Br). Bahla
Blanca; Celeste D (Br), Marcorla.
PORT TAMPA, Fla, Aug II Arrived, atra
Mlddleham Castle (Br), Liverpool, Maacolte,
Havana via Key Wet.
Balled Hth, tr Lake Grama, New Or
leans. PHILADELPHIA. Pa. Aug 11 - Arrived,
strs Wewafc, Norfolk; Annetta. Jamaica;
Ollva (Br), Havre; Rochester, Texas City;
Walter A Luckenbach. New York; Fellore,
Felt on.
Ariivod Utb, achr Ella Plerca Thurlow,
Port d Palx.
Cleared 10th, (tr Btorakr (Nor), Gothen
burg. Cleared 11th, atra Aral (Br), Rouen; Weat
Tacook, Liverpool and Antwerp; Carolyn,
Cuban ports via New York; schr Margaret
Throop, Restlgouche.
Passed down Marrua Hook Uth, 1:15 PM,
tug Storm King, towing barg I D Fletcher,
for Now Tork.
Passed down Hee.lv Island, Del, Uth, strs
Portsmouth, Philadelphia for Havre and
Rouen; Prlmola (Ital). do for Llvnma: Ar
gonnv, do for Marnelllea; Sonus (Nor), do
for Tela; Danville, do for Puerto Padre;
Grecian, do for Boaton; Lake Monroe, do
for New York; Eaatern Sea, do for (Jlaa
gow: Chester Klwanla, do for Bergen;
Rajah, do for Savannah; Sedgwick, do for
Jacksonville.
Arrived at Delaware Breakwater Utb,
12:30 AM, tug Boaton, towing barge North
ern No S3.
Arrived Uth, atr Montauk, Philadelphia
for Antwerp.
t'annen out low, t:oo rM, atrs nnawmut
wavy). Philadelphia for Fort Pond Bay;
Colombia.
11th, 1:30 AM, Vinton County, do for Porto
Passed out Uth. (tr Brighton (Nor). Phila
delphia for Bama.
Passed out Uth, 2 PM, motor Bayonne,
Philadelphia for New York.-WInd BW. 14
miles; cloudy; smooth (ea.
PORTLAND, Me, Aug 11 Sailed, otr
George G Henry, Tampieo. Wind SW, light
breexe; rain.
PROVIDENCE, RI, Aug 11-Arrlved, (tr
Lake Fugard, Portland (for repairs).
Arrived 10th, str Briton, Norfolk.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Aug 10-Balled, (tr
Persia Maru iJap), Hong Kong.
Hailed 9th, str Standard Arrow, Beaumont.
Hailed 10th, achr Ralta (Fr), Papeete.
Arrived 10th, atr Weat Kedron, San Pedro.
Arrived Oth, atr Eurydamaa (Br), Liver
pool. SAVANNAH, Ga, Aug 11 - Arrived, tr
Lake Gedney, Now York.
Arrived Hth, atr City of Rom, Boston;
Howard, Jacksonville; Troja (Nor), Phila
delphia. Arrived 11th, atrs Lake Gedney, New
rork; J M Guffejr, Port Arthur.
Sailed Aug 11, stra Habooslc, London;
Howard, Baltimore.
Sailed Uth, atr Cltjr of Augusta, Boston.
TAMPA, Fla, Aug 11-Arrlved, otr Chest
nut Hill. Philadelphia.
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass, Aug 11-Sa.lled,
schr Stewart T Salter (Br), from Flvo Isl
ands, NS, for New York. Wind southerly,
strong; thick and rainy; rough sea.
AMERICAN PORTS.
By Mall.
GUAM. July 31- Sailed, atr Derbyllna, San
Franclaeo.
HONOLULU, Aug 4 - Ballad, str Manoa,
Ban Francisco.
PONCE, PR, July 2 Arrived, achr Belle
Jacksonville. PONCE, PR, July 28-Arrived, achr Bellle
veau (Br), Belleveau Cove, NS.
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THE UNITED STATES OFFERS FOR SALE BY SEALED BIDS
A Complete City--"Olx Hickory"
An area of 4,706 acres, 1,800 acres exclusively used (or manufactuiing with 1,1 12 buildines readv to oDerate
560 acres adjacent to works with 3,867 various types of homes, social and civic buildings. Navigable Cumberland
River on three sides of plant. Convenient to three railroads: Louisville and Nashville; Nashville, Chattanooga and
St. Louis: Tennessee Central Railroads. Within 100 miles of 3 apparently inexhaustible coal fields in Kentucky and
Tennessee. LARGEST STEAM POWER PLANT IN THE WORLD with proportionate engine horse power.
Direct handling of raw materials by 94 miles of plant railways, standard and narrow gauge, with a reclassification
yard of 660 cars. Macadam and concrete roads for heavy hauling. Water for every purpose supplied by pumping
station with capacity of 100,000,000 gallons. A volume of refrigerating effect equal-to 3,000,000 pounds of ice a day.
Electrically-driven and controlled coal handling equipment, including belt conveyors, crushers and silos, capable
of handling 73 45-ton cars a day. 100,000 ton storage yard served by two locomotive cranes. Plant maintenance
handled through central mechanical area of thoroughly equipped repair shops, embracing every trade and including
a foundry with a 3-ton cupola. A modern equipped chemical and experimental laboratory.
Maximum production is possible even with units converted to your individual uses, because all operations fol
low an aggressive sequence. All homes and buildings on the reservation are supplied with light, water and power
from a common source of supply. , . "
The sale of "Old Hickory" is of tremendous importance to EVERY manufacturer, regardless of the character
of his product. It represents more than a mere sale of equipment and surplus property bigger than any mere plant
-without question the MOST GIGANTIC INDUSTRIAL SALE EVER OFFERED THE MAIWFACtUr
ING PUBLIC by the United States Government.
During the World War "Old Hickory" was the largest smokeless powder producing plant IN THE WORLD.
In addition to the enormous equipment and extraordinary production capacity, it offers an incomparable oppor
tunity for rhe purchas? cf a COMPLETE. MODERN INDUSTRIAL COMMUNITY.
Some conception of the magnitude of this project may be had by considering the fact that there are 1 .02 1 com-
Reted and equipped buildings on the property and that the "Old Hickory" village, at Jacksonville, 15 miles from
laahville, Tenn. is practically a township with habitable and attractive housing facilities to accommodate 20,000
rvDriuc anord them all the conveniences and home-loving features of up-to-date city life at MODERATE
EXPENSE. Rents are reasonable at "Old Hickory." Nearly all the necessities of life can be purchased in the busi
ness center of the village. The design and construction of the houses, the very life and atmosphere of the village are
conducive to PERMANENT labor, and satisfy the demands of the highest class of American skilled workmen.
An ample supply of common labor is available in this territory.
No manufacturer can be too big for "Old Hickory," yet this plant is so elastic that its individual units, or the
plant in its entirety, can be modified and made profitable for MANY VARIED INDUSTRIES, having no con
Tti?nrTin?1rinufaCitUre of "noWeM powder. Another point, too important to be ignored, is the vast collection
of MARKETABLE surplus property on the grounds. This property is of a character that can now be disposed of
at top prices.
The Government prefers to sell "Old Hickory" as an ENTIRE unit It is suggested that if you wish to use only
an individual unit that you wire or write your preferences and permit the Government to put you in touch with other
buyers, similarly disposed, and so assist in the formation of a group which can take immediate possession of the entire
plant.
Arrange NOW to have your engineer make a careful inspection of the entire plant and submit your proposition
to the Government.
Opportunity never knocked harder at your door, and never called so completely prepared to satisfy your every
requirement.
Write or wire to the Chairman at the addresi below NOW1
STEAM Of 60.000 h p., is generated by 48 B. & W. built.
POWER. Sterling type boiler. The boilers are rated at 823
tup., with an actual development of 1 ,250 h p., each
at a working pressure of 175 lbs. Seventeen 16-inch mains all on
overhead treaties, carry ateam to all parts of the plant.
ELECTRIC sufficient in volume for all plant and village uses
POWER is generated by 5 turbo generators of 1 1.500 lew..
total capacity at 2,300 v., which c&n be stepped
up to 6,600 v.
ENGINE is more than sufficient to operate the various machin
POWER sry of the plant and is developed by 47 heavy duty
Corliss Engines of 350 h.p. each. These engines are
in various part of the plant, in excellent condition and ready to
function in any capacity as prime mover or source of power.
COAL operations an conducted efficiently, economically
HANDLING and with a minimum use of labor by an electrically-driven
and controlled system of belt convey
ors of 300 t.p.h. capacity, which convey the coal from the track
hoppers to the crushers, then to the slice where it may be diverted
to the coal storage, or distributed directly to the boiler bunkers.
Two large locomotive cranes are available for the storage of coal.
This equipment is capable of handling seventy-three 45-ton care
very 24 hours, but has never been taxed to its full capacity.
WATER for use throughout the plant and village is available in
sufficient quantities to meet every requirement and has
a volume great enough to supply a city the size of BOSTON.
Water is pumped from the Cumberland River by 10 pumps and
these are connected with a booster system having a capacity of
37,500 g.p.m . against a 130-foot head. All water, excepting that
used for cooling and condensing in the Acid Area, is FILTERED
AND PURIFIED AND CONSTANTLY TESTED IN THE
PLANT LABORATORY. The filtering equipment includes 96
FILTER TUBS WITH A 24-HOUR CAPACITYOF 63,000,000
GALLONS.
REFRIGERATION. A mammoth, highly efficient refrigera
tion unit is ready for operation. It con
sists of thirteen 250-ton units with aO auxiliary equipment. The
total refrigeration effect is 3,250 tons. la conjunction with this is
an ice plant of six hundred 300-pound cane with complete equip
ment for handling and storing the ice. The CAPACITY OF THIS
PLANT IS GREAT ENOUGH TO MEET THE ICE REQUIRE
MENTS OP A CITY AS LARGE AS THE ENTIRE RESER
VATION. PLANT The severs1 units of tfo plant are: Cotton Pvrifica
DIVTSION. tion. Nitration, Filtration. Pons. Refrigeration.
Causticiaing. Sulphuric Acid, Diphenylamine . Box
Factory. Storage Tanks, "Shook" Storage Hnsjsai. Round House,
Garages, Laboratory, and a Machine Shop sufficiently equipped
to take care of 'the needs el the several units.
TOWN. Adjacent to die works is the town, covering an area of
560 aces upon which a -e 3,867 buildings of various
types from 6-room bungalow to 6 family apartments, hotels,
restaurants, civic centers, two Y.M C.A.'s, a Y W C.A., stores,
a completely equipped fire and police department with the la:eat
signal devices, hospital, court-house, theatre, schools and other
buildings common to the average community. Every feature con
ducive to permanent labor is within the limits of the village The
homes are n a splendid state of preservation, ready for immediate
habitation and have every modern convenience such as electric
cooking plates and bathrooms.
VARIED INDUSTRIES
WHICH CAN USE
THIS PLANT.
The several units of th plant are
readily adaptable to many industries,
including: Olenites'. Rubber Goods.
especially Automobile Tires, Pulp and
Paper Milk Sugar Refinery, Coking and Cos By-Products. Food,
both cvtipora tf A and concentrated; Iron and Steel foundries; Fi
brated Products such as Asphaltum Shingles: Aluminum: Wood
Box or Refrigeration Manufacture; Cellulose and Photographic
Film Manufacture, and a number of other minor industries, such
ss Cold Storage and Ice Manufacture.
When the armistice waa signed "Old Hickory" was just getting
its stride. The vast CAPACITY OF THE PLANT HAS NEVER
BEEN FULLY UTILIZED. ITS GIANT POSSIBILITIES
ARE NOW READY TO BE RELEASED BY THE GENIUS
OF THE I NDUSTRIAL WORLD.
UNPRECEDENTED Through (he sale of "O'd Hickory." th
OPPORTUNITY FOR Government offers an unprecedented
BUSINESS MEN. opportunity to the American business
public Its ideal location, near Nash
ville, on the navigable Cumberland River, its proximity to three
great coal fields; healthful climate, ample housingv accommoda
tions, completeness and escollcnro of the plant equipment; enor
mous potential production capacity of its various unitsthese ere
but a few of the many advantages to be considered.
Are excessive power costs, high wages, adverse labor and hous
ing conditions CUTTING DOWN YOUR PROFITS? Do you
lack room for expansion? A magnificent opportunity is offered
you here to reach the peak of your business aspirations.
HOW "OLD HICKORY" The War Department recommends
MAY BE PURCHASED, that prospective purchasers for A
PART o the "Old Hickory" proj
ft themselves for the purpose of submitting a bid for
the ENTIRE PROPERTY. Government agents will render
every assistance in putting such prospective purchasers in touch
with each other and in forming an aesoeiation to facilitate bidding
and the immed ate acquisition of the property.
SEALED BIDS for the ENTIRE property will be received now
and up to 10 A. M.. Eastern Standard time. September 2. 1920.
Requests for information, proposals to purchase the property,
permission to uispect and or detailed information, should ha ad
dressed to the CHAIRMAN.
INFORMATION CAN BE HAD ON APPLICATION TO
ORDNANCE SALVAGE BOARD
WAR TRADE, BUILD! NG, W4SHINGTON, D.C.
INSPECTION CAN BE ARRANGED THROUGH
Gmmeanding Officer "OLD HICKORY' 9 POWDER PLANT,
JACKSONVILLE, TENNESSEE.

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