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U.s: LINES WINNING
OfANRATESFIGHr
. Loujkjpi Conference May Con
cicpjKiglit to Fix Own Fassengcr
Tariff.
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Ti n -rft. bL" i ?*T?11 t; In ho Ml/> WUtTA
by tfcjUnitoi States lanes with til
Atlanra passenger conference for tli
right? Of fixing passenger rates on i!
ships 'ended with the advantage on th
Ajaeijnn side, it was announced yen
terday !Jby T. H. Uossbottom, gcnen
managar of the United States Line
after; tile receipt of cable advices froi
LondMg
"Dijjwlopments so far have been di
tlnctljr favorable." said Mr. Rossbottori
"andlw seems certain that an end wl
be inyde to tlie system whereby Amer
can <N)Ps are graded for the purpo;
of establishing rates by foreign stean
ship haunts meeting on foreign soli."
J. Kennedy, general agent In El
Tope for the United States Lines, ai
pearatf gt a meeting of the conference i
hondon May 2 with the proposal thf
the ships of the line should be classifle
in tl|Ut; country or else an arbitratlo
tomnijt^ee should be appointed to met
here adjust disagreements with th
confofjgice classifications. This wa
against- all traditional procedure, a
evenJbrtfore the war. In the days of th
old $b*th Atlantic pool, in which tli
German lines were the preponderati
factors,, rates and classifications wer
docId&Ml in London.
Tinder current conditions, the confer
encejMoritract ana all auxiliary agree
men^Jiare considered as having bee
lcad^lp Great Britain, so that anysui
out of an alleged breach of th
-ontratet would have to be fought in th
KngUfh courts, which Is regarded as a
addlMpal disadvantage by the Amerl
can fftssenger men.
Ill "Hew of these circumstances Mi
7:ossJ>fittom was pleased to learn tha
the vecrtiference did not reject Mr. Ker
iiedyfaBproposal out of 'hand, but on th
eontjj^pJ< agreed to give it full consldei
atlou at a meeting late In May or. earl
In J una. The same dispostlon was mad
en apojther point brought up by th
"nltiiL States Lines' agent?that th
>resi|rtt ^classifications of the cabin clas
the line be maintained and nc
raised ^s proposed by the grading coir
rnlttM ?>f the conference. This woul
invoWe ia considerable advance in rati
and |S firmly opposed by the America
intettitfe.
To'-^IPfeat a fine point passenger sh1
grading is carried by the conference
revealed by the current disposition c
tho essels operated by member lino;
. Firstrclass lines are separated generall
into five groups with numerous sul
groups. For instance, Group 1 (a) ha
the Majestic, Auuitania, Olympic an
Berengaria, minimum summer ral
'(b) the Homeric, Mauretania an
Parts, rate $270; (c) La France, J2&
id) George Washington, $255.
Even this multiplicity of groups Is nc
entirely satisfactory, it ia raid, an
plana are under way to increase th
nunfber. % The French Line, it la undei
stood, wishes some of Its bis chit
graded differently.
INQUIRY FOR OCEAN
TONNAGE MORE BRISI
Rates on Grain Show Stiffen
ing to Foreign Ports.
Thw freight market closed ycsterdn
with some show of animation in gral
charters and the stiffening in rates a
comhired with a week ago afforded ba-sl
for hftimism it: the trade, although oth
ecwlee the demand for tonnage w? , at
low ebb.
Grain carriers for the Continer'* fror
the Atlantic range could have befcn lia
tlie ftrst week in May for about 1- cent
a hundred pounds. whereas two big ship
bavej Just been closed for 13% cents,
atiafactory advance. Similarly the rat
tu Tta'.y .stiffened front 171 i cents to 2
i cents. At 15 % cents from Montreal t
me Continent and 25 cents to Greece, ;
slight advance la Indicated. Further
nore, the Inquiry for tonnage in th
market is more brisk than at any llm
j i recent weeks.
In sugar, coal and time charters tnucl
weakness !s exposed. Only one or tw<
sugar fixtures were recorded all wee'
the prevailing rates fell from 2
hilling sixpence a ton for Cuba t<
i" ilted Kingdom cargoes, down to 2
v .11 lings. As a consequence of the coa
.- !rilee, the export of tills rommodlty ha
virtt^ally ceased, and not one charter ha.
Ttesnf recorded for ove r a week. Th
o'tia charter market. !i which Mir stat
of general cargo movement Ls reflected
< vlnbUs almost as great stagnation.
GREATER U. S. MARINE
URGED BY PENDLETON
'Babe Ruth of Wooden Ships
Appears Before Board.
V^AMtTNOTOf, May 13.?Operation bj
t' e Government In the next Ave year:
enough vessels to carry 50 per cent
tfcc foreign trade of the United Slate:
?B' advocated to-day at the hearing:
n {be ship subsidy bill by Fields S
''onfleton, New York ship owner, wh<
as been referred to by Chairman Uas
r of the Shipping Board as tin- "Bab<
ituth of the wooden ship game."
Mr. Pendleton declared that regard
ess of losses the Shipping Board shouh
nlinue to operate vessels not onli
ith a view of getting a grip on at leas
alt of this country's import and ex
i ort trade but of building up loutes it
i)l parts of the world. Ii< favor'-d re
I'KUon.of rates wherever necessary.
Tf'^tJdugress la unwilling to contlnui
<' .vefntnent operation of ships at a lo?r
. 'r. Pendleton said, then it should pa>:
tie subsidy bill.
ijfttgfcV OCEAN FREIGHT
TfrMAINE ON MA Y 21
Biweekly Sailings Each Wa;
Are Planned.
k direct frelsht aei-vice between Port
'line. Me., and N<w Vork will bo re
ftre?*cl May 2? with I bo Bailing o' tb
:?4mahip r.l Mar, fmmeily of t%?- Mot
: ill Ul??' from pier LT, Kn?L River. Th
t'oOtlitftd and New Vork Htearrshi
t'ompany e: pcct.- to maintain bi-v.'-k
i.afUntrs from eucli port.
A service of tills Character was opn
a'e4 fW many nr.- prior to la, l
ie Maine ytenmshlp Tin; pi,.
< it, company is offering freight rate
' I'.-wer (hart Min" f?r rail hauls l?tv.
ae.Wo ports, ami exports to attrnt
i^a'ch tms.riess tiierehy. Other shij
*itr"*e a rhirrl to 111" nervier as It
mrgbm offered wnrrnrit the increase.
comphns atio.v act.
Tminfdlate passage of the loncshnrt
f acrid- tit compensation hill, me
>Wore the llou?r of Representatives.
\ mqedyVv the American Association ft
I l..xbO?Tj?!Ri.ulal ;."i, ivI Irli in ; hnt'-r I
I itioniWs points out that the men Utile
i>u4 lp.tur"?l in the explosion on tl
| .ditto Uiirkrnbiieh are thou! Hi" tisn.
impeaisatlnn for v.-orkeia in jitnllt
I',tra1 !-* on land.
N G" ~N E \
NEW LINER
l npfpH
STEAMSHIPS BOUND WEST)
. SHOWN BY E'JEN NUMBERS;
J STEAMSHIPS BOUND EASTV
, I SHOWN BY ODD NUMBERS. <
? JJ Z33IL'
: i n <
La ! I ?
?: auEBE?gfv^
U j I MONTO^U^
:!
j. s'J Smi|&
jin
L J T _ BERMUD
'.!: kT B C I D l"E I
>11' 1 rW _ "B'm "'Vfli gg 3g
""Distances in nautical mile
ie ;
,3 1
i r
e |
* White Star's Latest Vessel,
0 i Making: Slow Trip, Expected
Here Tuesday.
-; 1 t
n f ?
a I | !
o ; Conspicuous In the unusually fine ar- :
e ! ray of fifty-one liners shown on the
? ! chart to-day is the colossal Majestic (II- j
10) of the White Star fleet, making her !
r. maiden trip from Southampton and j
it Cherbourg to New York, tribe will make !
i- ro effort to break the record for first t
e ; trips from Cherbourg, accord.ng to her j
agents here, as her chief engineer, doubt- 1
y less advised by other high engineering i
!c talent of the line making tho trip as j
lft passengers, desires to "limber up" her 1
,e engines before attempting speed stunts, j
,s She is not expected to arrive here before j
't Tuesday.
In one respect the fleet shown to-day j
is greater than any other ever depleted |
?s j on the chart, as there are in it nine of j
n j the biggest vessels afloat of the fifteen i
i giants In or out of commission, flying the i
p flags of England, France, Holland and
18 America. The total gross tonnage of the |
nine is more than 300,000.
s; : Among them are the Olympic (E-9). j
y j which sailed yesterday for Cherbourg !
3" | and Southampton ; tho Cunarder Aqui- |
* ! tanla (P-2S), departing yesterday from ;
j Southampton and Cherbourg; the j
"? J French liner Paris (Q-24), from Havre !
.. 1 yesterday by way of Plymoutn ; the big- |
* j gest Dutch steamship, the Holland- j
' America liner Rotterdam (D-29), off)
'! j yesterday with 1,020 passengers for ;
Plymouth, Boulogne and Rotterdam, and I
j the George Washington (Q-l) of the !
, United States Line, tiearlng Plymouth )
18 ! on her way to Bremen. I
I On board the eight liners that sailed '
, ..... .f erv.,1,, ii^i,
"* - "<"'V I
j than 7,000 voyagers of all classes, one I c
C, of the largest liuts of departures on reo- ! 1
! orrt for ..he middle of May. j
! The American flag floats over the *v
I. : ????????
CLOSING OF
Foreign mails will close promptly as indicate
" I City lia.ll Station. Ordinary prints, samples, pari
n i close two hours earlier, except that registered artl
| of S AM and 12 I'M. At the Foreign Station (eor
s i mail closea half an hour later titan m the Gen
o I Supplementary mail cIosit, at tile General Post Ol
postage Is required. SUPPLEMENTARY MAIi.
[ 1 Foreign Station half an hour later than the supple
j that supplementary mall for European countries i
l bal, closes one hour lRter. Whenever mall vessel
I'M a supplementary mall post office on the steal
rt before the scheduled railing time and closes 10 n:
,] , Double postage required. The st'amers for whlol
_ I pier at time of sailing are shown below by a dagg
' .
a j TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. f
e ' ^
o TUESDAY, MAY 10. 'in;
c Furope. Africa and West Aala via Plym- ! "douth
and Boulogne (mail must be specially'
" addressed); also pirtel post malls for Great I "
Britain, Ireland and the count i lea mentioned I
e .n note A below via Plymouth, and parcel | ,
e post malls for Germany, Austria, Cseclio- j I,
Slovakia. Hungary and Switzerland via :,T
Hamburg, str RELIANCE, 0 AM ft). !
ij Scuth Af(lea (specially ado. *. oh only!
0 j via Cape Town; also parcel po.st mails for |
, | Un'on of South Africa. Bechuanaland T'ro,
tectorate, Portuguese East Africa. Northern j ..
* and Southern Rhodesia and Southwest Africa ^
n Pre tectorate. St.- HARMODIU8, 8 A.M. I H
;i Europe. Africa and West Aela via Cher- i Au4
1 bourg and Southampton; also parcel post j str
malls for Great Britain. Ireland. France and i Ji
8 the countries mentioned In notes A and B | Eat
s below tin Cherbourg and Southampton, str ! far
4 MAURETAN1A, 8 AM (sup 8:30 AM t>. I
p Spain (specially addressed only) via Cadiz i Ma
l?rui jjan iuona, bi?d pun -'i pus*, nines iur ; u
' Fpsln, Canary Ialands, Ceuta, Melilla and | Mb.
Tangier In Morocco, atr MANUEL CAL.VO, i Ji
5 AM. : >u
, ma
MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CEN- ?
f J TRAL AMERICA, WEST
INDIES, AC.
MONDAY, MAY 15. fce*
' Haiti (except print*, Ac, fur Cape Haiti stm
! trie) Fort da Cat*). Canal Zone, Panama, t'
' Salvador (prints. *e), Nicaragua (except 1,
i?a.?t Const), Aniapala City, Choluteca (alro rnr
print*. Ac, for Nacacine, Tegucigalpa and j Phi
I Yuacaran), In Hondutas, Cauca and Naiino j M
departments ot Colombia, U uador and lettpr , .tpi
mail for Peru (except Iqultoet, Bolivia and i |<0i
Clillo (other parts of Honduras and letter ; ?Ptl
mall for Salvador) via Port au Prlnca and i t]pSi
Cristobal, atr OKN (J W GOKTHALS (?u? j are
port), 11:30 AM (sup 12:30 I'M t). ) gun
NOTE A ? 1'AKd l. PONT MAILS VIA EN'I
I Perlm). Afghanistan (Kabul), Ascension. Belgian
: Central Africa iNyasalnnd Protectorate), lirltlsl
j (British). Cape Verde Islands, Ceylon, Cyprus, 15
j French India (specially addressed). Gambia. G
i i.ahuun, Mai no (China), Madeira, Malta, Maurltl
i In* the Banks and Torres Islands), Nigeria, N)
\ Persia. Portuguese India. Portuguese Timor, Por
Including Ukraine; Itu.sla In Asia, except Turl
fk"V"l -Ilea, Bivrra Leone, Smyrna, 'Tanganyika 1
Zan.iba r.
NOTE P.-PARCEL POST MAILS VIA PR,
I Dahomey. French Guinea. French establishment;
; Cambodia, Cochln-Chlna, Lnns and Tonkin), Frets
j 'and, French Soudan (Upper Senegal, Niger and t
"asear and dependen"lps (Mr degases r, Stc Marie
Moyotte, Ode Comoro, Anjounn and Mnhell), Man
i Morocco i"xeept Ai.snlilii. Nvv Call dnnla and
i Senegal. Touoland (French), Syria (French), (Be;
irn and Ka.ttern Zone). Tunle. Turkey (Conetantl
2
DEPARTURE OF
|' j fVerxnlt ?all ?n dayllgl
SAIL SINDAV. \
Bridgetown, St Thoinaa, L<~ AM \ Clt;
WAIL MONDAY. Ma
i* Kastport, Stockholm ? ,
o Farahy, Hull ?? Mel
" tier. 11 AV Ooetnalf, Cristobal 3:00 PM 'ltd
e _________
' PORT OF NEW YORK, SAT
^ Sleamsri Due in New York.
m dm: si niiav, may ii. ^
tt Steamer. From. Aectite.
it C'alnniare*. Llrnon 7th United Fruit
IS <""?<"rln. Liverpool flth. Whlta Star Litis
ie City of Augusta, Savannah llth.Ocoan HH to Dm
Cranclaco, Antweip 29th fcllarman a ijr
'nnuko, Rotterdam Utth Blark tdniriond "It;
Non'.ainerlka. Colon nth...Went India 88 Co Clo
Philadelphia, San .limn 9th Red D Uni Kci
natnc, Han Juan Oth Atlantic Fruit Wd|
" Truro City. Binetda 24th 1/ 8 Nav
w" Volcano, Palermo 19th Ital-Amcr T:t
1)1 V) MONDAY. MAY 13.
, j ,Vja*. tllhralter 30th..,,, ttoo'h ?S Co L"!
: rlnyttft, .Htna'ca 7th Clyde Una 'In
'I I Coin itolllna. Port Antonio lOtli.Atlantic I'rult 'nt
to | i'omue, New Orleatm 10th Southern Pao '"at
al j Dri more Caatle, ( ape Town April id. : < >
,,, J Berber Linen 'Hi
| ''Jaetern leader. Hull 30th...J II Wtnchenler VII
Lafayette. lta.ro tltli ^.French Lin a 'An
I
THE
VS FR
MAJESTH
MVIS7T7HAPIAN.
Ill
- ?
imaT?-m^T D'
, v-.o^ J? ~
11X 1 ' 1" :V-V :.'i ^
) $w?t>
F G H J _y
5g BS! 8E S 3B
s on usual steamer tracks from Ambrose C
Key to Chart oj
POi
LETTERS DENOTE LONG
; BOUND EAST.
iNo. Name. Line.
} 1 Geo. Washington.. United Stati
i 3 President Monroe. .United State
Plymouth, C
3 3 President Fillmore.United State
I 7 Mount Clinton United Amc
? 3 Olympic White Star.
5 11 Baltic White Star.
" 13 Kroonland Red Star..l
3 15 Lapland ".Red Star.. I
3 17 Samland Red Star...
j 19 France French....I
i 21 La Savoie French
1 23 Chicago French
3 2-i Camilla Cunard....!
3 27 Xoordam Holland-Am
Boul
1 23 Rotterdam Holland-Ami
Bou
) 31 Orblta Royal Mail :
bourg. Sot
'j 33 ITansa Hamburgr-Ai
I 35 Torek North Germ
C 37 Frederik VIII Scandinavia:
7 39 Lltuania Baltic Ainer
1 41 Latvia Baltic Amct
=? 43 Asia Fabre.. .Vlg
C> 45 Tliemistocles National Gr
W.47 Acropolis American B
O 49 America Navlgazione
Naples a
MAILS.
<1 below at the General To-t Office and
eel post packages ami registered articles
dee have to be mailed between th" hours
ner of Morton and West streets) foreign
oral Post Office and City Hall Station,
flee and City Hall Station, where double
(double postage required) closes at the
mcntary closing time shown below, except
sttd for Central America, &< , via Crlsto?
sail between the hours of 9 AM and 0
nshlp pier Is open to the public t'C hours
ilnutes before the scheduled sailing time,
h supplementary mail is accepted on the
er (t) following time of closing of mall.
TnESI?AV, MAT 18.
rgentlno. Uruguay and Paraguay (epelly
addressed only) via Montevideo and
:nr,n Aires, ?tr CLAN BUCHANAN, 8 AM.
r.rth Brazil, Iquitos, Ceara, Macelo and
'edello (other parte of Brazil must be
i-ially addressed* via Para, Ccara. Maceio,
nanibuco, t'abedcllo, Natal Hnt! Miirunti
(registered mall closes 8 PM May 15).
rail to Norfolk. Va, and tlicneo by str
VOTtV -. O VI
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
lose at New York at 5 PM ai follow*:
avvr.II It). FIJI Inland*. New Zealand and
itralla via Vancouver and Victoria, 1JC,
NIAGARA, May 13.
.pan, Corea. Hone Kong and Netherlands
-k Indira (specially addressed only) via
i Francisco; also parcel post malls for
herlands Kant Indies, etr SALEIEU,
y 13.
u?vaii ({) via San Francisco, etr MANOA,
y 10.
jpan, Corea, China Siberia, Frcneli-Indo.
m, Netherlands East Indies (except SuIra
and Philippine Islands (1) via Seattle;
j parcel post malls for Japan, Corea.
ra. Slarn, French Jndo-Chlna and Straits
tlcmenta, atr I1AY STATE, May 22 ( ).
Ordinary (unregistered) letters mailed tip
& PM the next day will, provided there
no delay lit tho overland transit, reach
ttlo In time for connection with the
m - manttoaML
Supplementary mall acrepted on pier.
Ml classes of mail, Including domestic
eel post, sent to Ilatvall, Guam and
llpphie Islands by tho above dispatches,
alls of the following dates: Singapore
II 12, Manila 18th, Canton 18th. Hong
ig 1!Uh, Shanghai 22d and Yokohama
i, which arrived per str Hay State, were
patched East from Seattle on May 9 arid
duo in New York on the morning of
iday. May 14.
[ilAKU - To Aoysslnla, Aden (Including
Congo (Katanga Province only), British
i India, British Somallhtnd, Cameroon*
gypt, Egyptian Sudan, Falkland Islands,
old Coast Colony, Kenya and Uganda,
lus, Mesopotamia, New Hebrides (Includ'axaland
Protectorate, Palestine, Pemba,
luguese West Africa, Russia In Europe,
territory, Tibet, Togoland tBritish'), and
ANCK - To Algeria, Cameroon, Corsica,
j in Indln. French Indo-Chltia fAnnam,
rli Post Offices in China, French rioniallJppcr
Voltal, Oahon, Ivory Coast, MadaMadagascar,
Noaslbe, Comoro Island*,
ritaida. Middle (French), Congo. Monaco,
dependencies, Niger Territory, Reunion
irmutll, Damascus, Alejpo and the AVeatInoole
and Hrusa).
STEAMERS.
it saving time.]
SAir, Tt r.'SOAY.
r of Augusta, Savannah 3:00 PM
ti Buchanan, Buenos Aires
rtnodlua, Cope Town ??
nuel Calvo, Cadiz AM
L-retanla, Souiherrpton Noon
hawk, Jacksonville Noon
Inner, Hamburg 10:00 AM
URDAY, MAY 13, 1922
to Rico, fan Juan 10th .V V A P P.
'/<I'lente \Vilson. N'nples 3d... .Phelps Bros
11 Ttiaper, Trinidad fitii < iyite I,Inn
ilrla, Huenos Aires Sfitii. .Lamport A Holt
itwe^o, narrow 80th N M Smith
Di ll Tl'RRDAY. MAY 1C.
fin, Santiago 10th Ward l.tne
irte, Hnntoe Ith Lamport * Unit
y of Ht Louis, Savannah 13th...' (conn f.d Co
ntarf, Lisbon 3d A II Hull A Co
jador, Havana 11th.. Pacific Mail
isr I I,Uck?DbAcii, CoIoti flih.
Lurkeitbneh t.tnes
Occidents, Oalvcston 10th..,, (Southern Pan
*. Morgan, damn 11th Atlantic Fruit
lonlo. Jlicaro Mil.. Ward l.lne
ir.pi". Jac keouvlltc 13'b Clyde l.lno
i'Io, Moutlci npton I0lh..Willi' Star Line
inrnn. Colon iith Panama Hit
via. JfttdVa n Kin. i ,i iio
in?>(vaiilan. (John #ih Ifnltc'
am y, Havana Mlth Wa d I m
if dn Havre. Ila l Mcer-Am
apa, Klngf ton lOtlt United Pru.f
NEW YORK HERALD
OM AL
: AMONG 51
I CO?V*.&*V , ?9?0 .1 3UH-HcrVLO CO?>*C OATIOM
1 I I.
TEC OCEAN
IE
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^flADElRA.
LIMN O I P
=t^ri" 4.r-' r-tjj. ^J-. i-..^ r-, 7
Ihanncl:?Sable Island, 648; Nantucket (South
f Steamships Crossir
iiTrrvva ojjntVM- A? at V/ViV TO-T"
ITUDINAL SECTIONS IN WHICH ST
' fl
For | * No. Name,
. s. .Plymouth, Cher-! i, 2 Peninsulars
Wourg and Bremen
is Queenstown. F 4 Mount Clay.
herbourg and London K 0 Minnekahda
s.. .Queenstown and s 8 Manchuria.,
Bremen j H 10 Majestic (ne
rican Hamburg |
Cherbourg and j Q 12 Adriatic....
Southampton I
... .Quoenstown and p 14 Finland.
Liverpool I
'lymoutli, Cherbourg j G 3 0 Cotliland...
and Antwerp G 18 Hudson
'lymouth, Cherbourg I H 20 La Touratne
and Antwerp ; u 22 Lafayette...
.. .Danzig via Phila- j q 24 Paris
delphia i p 26 Aquitania...
Plymouth and Havre i
Havre |e 28 Assyria....
Havre j j 30 Saxon ia....
Dlymoutli, Cherbourg I
arid Hamburg i m 30?/t Scythia....
erica.... Plymouth,
lognc and Rotterdam J p 3; Orduna
erica.... Plymouth, ;
logne and Rotterdam
Steam Packet. .Cher- p 34 Bayern
ithampton and Ham- h 26 Seydlitz....
burg m as Stockholm.,
nerlcan.. .Hamburg r 40 United State
an Lloyd.... Bremen
n-American.. .Copen- q* 42 Estonia....
hagen
Danzig and Llbau I ^
'can Hamburg, j l 16 Canada
Danzig and Llbau
;o, Lisbon and Cadiz 1 q Columbia...
ecfc Piraeus ji 50 Constantino;
lack Sea... .Piraeus !
General? Itallana.. i
nd Genoa vio Phila- I
delphia I
Almanac for New York May 14.
! Sun rises 4 JO Moon rises..10 -4 I'M j
' oun sets 7 04 Moon seta... i 43 AM '
TIME OF HIGH WATEfl MAY 14. I
Sandy Hook 1(> 0.' AM 10 30 PM j
Governors I*laud.... 10 3S AM 1" I'M
Ue'.J Gate (Astoria). ? ? AM 13 lis I'M j
Tile time given In the above table Is East- |
?rn standarn tlm- and Is furnished by the I
i United States Coast or.d Geodetic Survey. I
1 '"or daylight saving time add one hour.
DROPPING OF TIME BALL.
I NEW YORK. May 13?Die time ball above
tho Navigation an 1 Marine Engineering
1 School of tho Seanicn'R Church Institute, 25 |
South etrc. t, dropped to-day at exact noon.
I 75th meridian, or II hours slow of Greenwich I
1 mean lime. Any one dcelrlns correct Green- I
1 wleh mean tlmu telephone Bowling Green i
j 3C30
v nntxirrv
rtI\A I V L.U.
t fitr America, Bremen May 3, Southampton
1 -Itli nml Cherbourg 3th. to the United States'
I I.ir e. with ?H flrat, 274 second cabin ami 1
j 217 third elaas p:tv?< tigers, malls and rr.clae.
. Went to pier 4, I4obo!ccn.
Ptr Ryndam (Dutch), Rotterdam urul Hon-1
' logic May 3 and Plymouth 4th. to the Hoi- ;
| land-America Bine, with 2d flrat, 112 second j
i cabin and 7(1 third ela te paae'riifera, malls
l and tndac. Went to foot of 3th street, i
I Hobolcen. .
fc'tr Reliance. Hamburg May 2, Southamp- 1
l Ion 3d and Cherbourg 4th. to the United
'American I,lnes. v. 1th 101 flrat. 2.27 second
j rabin and 130 third claws pa??ene ts, anil
! in ballast. Mont to pier HO, North River.
! Str Wue.rttomherg (Uer), Hamburg April
i 27. to the United American l-ines, with 12
cabin and 210 third claim passengers. malls
i and mdse. Went to pier 80, North River.
1 Str Dante Allghlcrt (Itali, Genoa April 29
and Naples 30th. to McDonnell & Trurta,
with 39 flrat, 220 second cabin and 391 third
class passengers, mails and imlie. Went to
pier 23. North River.
Str l.a Bourdonnais (FY), ITavre May 3, to
the Compagtiie Genet a lo Transntlantloue. 1
I with 20 passengers ana indse. Went to pier i
| 74. North River.
| Str Port Maoquarlo (Br), Tsrndon April (
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29, to tho Cunard Steamship Co, I.td, with ,
mdse. Went to pier 511. North Rtvor. jmm
Str Aladdin, Chrlstianla April 2.", to the j #1
Standard Oil Co of New York, In ballast, j Sjl
Went to North lltli street, Brooklyn. [
Str Wabash, Vanoouver April 15, Grays I
Harbor Httli, San Francisco 22d and Colon I Al
May 5, to the North Atlantic and Western |
Steamship Co, with mdse. !
Str Haliartus (Br), lluenos Aires and Ha- <
vana, to R 1* Houston (? Co, wltli mdse.
Str Algonquin, Ar.ua and Barahona May 3,
San Domingo City and Macorls 4th, Iji
Rotnntia 3th, Sanchez 8th. Porto Plata and
Monti Chrlstl 7th ami Turks Island 8th, to
the Clyde Sttamahlp Co, with 92 passengers, __
mails and mdse. Went to New York Dock jg]
Co's pier 35, Brooklyn. MA|;
Str Clare, Arroyo iday 4. Port Real Bth AQU
and San Juan 7th, to the Bull-Insular Line, bej{
with malls and mdr,e. N
Str Monterey, Tamplco May 3, Vera Cruz ! v fV .
4th, Progm.no 6th and Havana 9th. to the ' . .
New York and Cuba Mall Steamship Co, i
with 74 passengers, malls and mdse. Went I
to New York Dork Co'a pier 16, Brooklyn. "
Str Manuel Caho (Sp), Vera Cruz May 4
and Havana fltli, to the Companla Trasntlantlca,
with 07 first, 58 eecond cnbln and 1 J'r*'1
263 third class passengers, malls and mdse. ! sal!
Twelve cabin passengers landed at New j
York. The remainder are In transit to PAV
Spain. Went to pier 8, East River. N
Str I.uksf'ell (Nor), San Domingo City | COI.
April 30. Maeorie May 2. Sanchez 4th. Porto CAM
Plata 8th and Turks Island 7th, to the Co- AlXi
litmbus Steamship Co, with mails and mdse. ' N.
Y.rent to pier 75. North Rtvcr. ! TTAI
Str W II I.lbby, Tamplco. to the .Standard i Bosti
Oil Co. with crude oil. Went to Robtns's : ASS)
dry dock, Brooklyn. ' ct
Str Verona (Nor), Baracoa May 8, to tlio |
Dl Glortrlo Fruit Co, with fruit. Went to j
pier 7, Mast River.
Sir Gunny (Nor), CIcnfuegos May 8, to
the Munson Steamship Line, with sugar.
Went to elevator slip, Erie Basin.
Str El I.ago, Havanh May 9. to tho Southern
Pacific Co, with indse. Went to pier ID,
North Hivor. P*
Str Maumee, Wilmington, NO, to ths For- #
elgn Transportation and Mercantile Corpora- M
tlon. Went to Tletjcn & Lang's dry dock, *
Hohokcn. N
Str Tuscan. Norfolk. |
Str Monmouth. Philadelphia, to the Baltl- *
InnGiiued on Following Pago. ^
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LMSmi'S. EXCURSIONS *n? TOPRS.
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sailings Milder Daylight Bavir.g Time.
At noon unless specified.
To Cherbourg?Southampton
NTF1CENT TRIO?WEEKLY SAILINGS
stlo(new)2 P.M. .May 20 June 17 July 8
pic, 1 P. M Juno 1! Juno 24 July 26
rio (new! June 10 July 1 July 22
<> Cobli (((iieoaKtown) nntl Liverpool
NEXCELLED WEEKLY SERVICE
c May 20 June 17 July 1.1
itie May 27 June 24 July 22
i Juno :l July 1 July 20
3 June 10 July N Aug. o
Azores, Madeira, (jlbrnltur, Algiers,
Naples and (tenon
Ic, 11 A. M fuly 8 Aug. 20
u, 11 A. M Aug. 8 Sept. 23
red Star lins
Plynioutli, Cherbourg and Antwerp
nd May 27 July 1 Aug. fi
nd Juno 3 July 8 Aug. 12
-.land June 10 July 1"> Aug. 10
irtd Juno 17 July 22 Aug. 26
To Antwerp
nnd Moy 20
> American Link
Hamburg via Pl.vnioutli and Cherbourg
kahda (3d class).3 P.M. May 24 June 28
huria 3 P. M. May 81 July 5
uul 3 P.M. Jiino 7 'July 12
otia 3 P.M. June 21
Also QTTEENBTOWN
ernational Mercantile Marine Company
120 Steamers?1.300.000 Tons,
ltroadway, N. Y? or letal Agents, j
J* i
" ANCHOR LINES |
World's Fastest Steamer
N.Y. to Cherbourg \ !<oulh:iiii|itnn
MAURETANIA
Next sailing May 16th.
, Y. to Cherbourg and Southampton
RKT.VNIA May It! .tune (! .tune 07
ITAMA May 23 June 13 July 4
RNOAKIA May JO June 30 July 11
Y. to Plymouth, Cherbourg & Hamburg
DMA May 25 July 1 Aug. .1
DMA tune 17 July 20 Aug. 31
to Cobh (Quoenstown) and Liverpool 1
MAMA May IH f.lttne 1.7 July 13
riUA (new).. May 2.7 June 72 July 20
AlllA (new)..'May 31 'June 23 'July 26
l)MA (new).. June 8 July 'I Aug. 3
Ing from Boston. tCalls Boston Ju.;e 10.
N. Y. to London Direct
NOMA June 22
. Y. to Londonderry ?n<l Glasgow
I'M SUA May 27 June 24 July 22 1
KIIONIA Juno 3 Oct. 7 j
Klil.V June i t July It Aug. 2t 1
Y. to Vigo and Mediterranean l'orta
:,1A June 10
nn to Londonderry, Liverpool & Glasgow i
i'KIA May XI July 8 Sept. IS !
innrd and Anchor Steam Ship linn,
XC Broadway. New Yuri..
MMFRANaSCol
ro THE ORIENT
nU.S.QovzrnmentShips
The Sunshine Belt
Sailings from San Francisco
> Honolulu, Yokohama, Kobe,Shanghai,
sails, on J Hong Kong.
'resident Tnylor luna 3
'resident Cleveland June 31
resident T.locoln July 33
resident Harrison June 1
resident Hayes July 0
IWlll call at Pearl Hnrboe nnd Hollo
ifinducementa offer)
nnd every .fit trrrkt thereafter
tor deeeriptivt booklet, addrret
PACIFIC MAILS.S.COL
x California St., Sun Fram liea, Cul. i
I So. Spring St.. Los Angrles. ( ill.
0 Hanover Square, ?vr York City
't<\ vnoivp Ope} atom for
U. S. Shipping Board j \
u ENGLAND ^
SIX DAYS
y., Plymouth ? Havre ? Parii
IS May 24 Jnnn 14 July " I
Nf'K Mny 31 lane 28 .Inly 28
EW YORK?HAVRE-PARIS
lyrttn May 20 .Inno 24 July 29
louralnn May 23 June 20??
inniltenti Itmn 1 .Inly 0 ?
I,nrrnlnn........ tlunr 3 July 1
(avoir luno in .Inly 13 Aug. 12
un Inne 13 July 20 Aim. 31 ,
?-1llnn .Inlv I ?
K.?VIGO (Spain)?BORDEAUX
:nr? Mny 23 .Tunc 27 An#. 8
i ft ."offluff* hi) P/li/ltpht Rnrliip Tim*.
IPAW'S OPTKT. in WTATT, ST.. N. T.
pssasasa
VN AT ZONAL TO'JI?5 37\V?.I 39"STH*><5
:nrCAN RTOOAnB CO., 217 \ vicar lOTH I
'runic*. < ??(?!>, pin no v, fm-nr j
aim boxing ami (hipping at i > ftxonnbl* >
'(. Tel. ColiifFibu* 5)5i.
THE 1
STKAMSniPW. KXtrRSIONS ami TOt'lt*.
UNnroAKE
P^^^^YMOUT
and HA
By new triple screw Ameri
Reliance May 16
Resolute May 30
To HAMB1
Weekly Sailings3y
the popular steamers
Mount Clinton, Hanii, B&yi
special cabin and improved
UNITED AMERI
39 Broadway, New York
?? ??
kew
Only 2 Days fi
\ Tours Include
f }\\ 8 Days $83.00.
V\A. 1 and upward, beginning
yujfryi V w I proportion. Touts i
\1 XjKfcjEs'-i' 7 M< als nnrt Perth on t
Vi'i'wL / Interesting Side Trips
Round Trip on Steumt
Bermuda Is C
Aa i\ \ (Average Summer
( ' ' \ Modern Hotels?A
p? fftfo . 1 :r-} Falling. Pathlng, CI
Driving. Cycling, I?'l
Frequenl
via Palatial, Twl
f <5- Send for special Su\
Furness Be
in^lfFTj ^ WHiteha
V? AlTel BowliiH
Or any To
-/2f^an
DA?\s
NewYork~Ha
The Palatini
S. S. "FORT
will wake 4 unusua>
Sealing from TTTf V 6
New York JUL I O'
Stopping o?ie clny at Hall
Sailing- through the Out of Canao and
Lawrence, up tin Snguenay ltlver an
Hcenery, smd.ith water, ooot weatlff.
clocks, and all deck games, many room
tra for Dancing.
The round trip occupies 1
or one way to Quebec
.Vo Vaaport* required for these crut
FURNESS BE
34 Whitehall Street, New
COUTH AK
A Complete change f
and the beaten path3
By the de Luxe S. S. 1
SAILING MAY 24tl
Rio do .liinelro. Montevideo and
One of tlio famous V-l'I.IiKT, special
tropical travel. Kvory modern device ft
etico and comfort. Other sailings:
S. H. Vasnri, Jnly 5th !S. S. Vestr
For full particulars and special rates foi
apply companv's offlce,42Brcadway.N.Y.oi
LAMPORT & HOL
NoEnropeanToor Con
Soot land's Hlghlnnt
V.V_"fflf/ The Cathedral (
Peterborough, Lincol
Breakfast, T.unclieon and Dining
Sleeping Carriages \
Unequalled Hound Trip
via "THE ROUTE OF Tl
COMPRIS
Great Northern, North Eastern
Far illustrated booklets, time tables,
J. P. WcCANN, Gen. Pan. Agent. America
NORTH GERMANEk
LLOVD ?
NEW YORK- BREMEN, Direct H
S.S. bcyclitz Mgy 24?July 5 HuU
S.S. Hannover.. .June 7?July |9 KrW
S.SYorck June 21?Aug. 2 |EB
and fortnightly t he-cn ft er jjeftg
i abtn id4 8rd (llaaa. V'.'ggJH
rnsurpss?e:t cuisine an I acrvtee. SjJjpjl
for rates, etc , apply iBWfl
ll.lHI'I'iBI SI S.u i .;.i I ... M
_ .... 'V " 'HIT
E I'dom Howling (Irwn ft 7 08 nr-*9
I Or any loca?ll rniQKhip agenf. HM|
FABRE LINE
Palermo?Naples?Marseille*
I. H. PA'iUlA May X, July 13 A us. at
8. f?. l'ROVIDMNCU.Jtinu 17 Aup.
Azores?Vico?Lisbon?Cadis??
Beirut?Jaffa
B, St CANADA June I Aug. 10 .
6. H. RIIAOA Jtitto 2H Sept. 13
S. B. ROM A July 10
S. S. APIA .T'lly '2.'. Ort. 11 ..
3. W. KI.WM.I. A CO., Inc.. tien'l Afts.,
17 State St.. N. T. _
CWEDISH
^AMERICAN LINE! I
Short i utile tu principal point* in SCANDINAVIA,
Gl.ftMANV ami 11AL.T1U STATUS.
Superior I'naarngcr Actnimnodutious,
mi Urtf Modern .steamer*.
8. 8. 8TOCKHOI.M . .May 27. July 0. Aug. 19
H. H. UKOTTNINtiHOIAI. .. .June 10 July 15
Hwedlah American IJiin, 24 Plata Ht., N. Y.
a Co VUIAIAU DO
" 9 PAYS TO ITALY IIII1MIII III I inS
New rte luxs Ollburner
"CONTE ROSSO"
l.srgeat and Pastcat Mediterranean Ur.er.
for Naplea and Clrnoa:
June 1. July ?l. Atirf. 10.
I HtP.te Htrct. I'hane 2.U3 Howling Oren.1.
LtJ I IWJ A2I.AU I.I'lli Europe,Bermuda,
. il. IAJW \y, J,, ii, go, Ami i Ica.llonolulu.Chlna.Jnpsn
112JIS* way. 'i'Ll.SUSOWnt sloe
WORLD
i STEAMSHIPS. EXfX-KSIOXS nnd TOURS.
rican Lines
oint Service With
U4BURG AMERICAN
LINE
H, BOULOGNE
MBURG
can-flag oil-burning steamers
June 13 July 11 i
i June 27 July 23
LJRG Direct
?Every Thursday
Mount Clay, Mount Carroll,
srn, and Wucrttcmbcrg, with
third-class accommodations.
CAN LINES, INC.
Phone: Whitehall 1020
i?.-I ?* _
~omNewl&rk<M> ?
All Expenses
?9 Days $88.50 f
f June?longer Tour" In I JJ/' /y!
ncludo Transportation, \
Steamer, Motel and till XL^JKwjpyv""""^
?r alono $50.00 and up. ^-25^
ool in Summer \
Temperature 70*.) JS\
.11 Outdoor Sport*
lolf. Tennis, Riding. Kfi i K&f w8f
shlng. Dancing, etc. wK&JK.w^yBW
t Sailings
n-screiv Steamers. ^
miner Toura Booklet. /Ov
rmuda Line (^cBP^rliy
1 Green 7800 N^SSlTX^/
urist Agent.
tadiafii
i s e
1 if ax ~ Quebec
1 Twin-Screw
HAMILTON"
lly attractive cruises
12 and AUG. 5-19
fn\?Two days at Quebec.
Northumberland Straits, the broad St.
d thence on to Quebec. Masnifioetit '
The alilp has spacious promenade
b with bath, finest cuisine, etc. Orches2
days, rate $150. and up,
, 5 days, $60. and up.
Ises. l''or illnahaicd literature addttss
RMUDA LINE
York, or any Tourist Agent
?iiai3rj
rom Europe / //M\\ !|
of travel (" j '/ / \ \
v A u B A N H?*m
aplete Without a Visit to
ova I Abbey*
Cities of England \^J!3*V
n, York, Durham, Etc.
Cars, Corridor Lavatory Carriage*,
vith Separate Bertha
and Stop-Over Privileges
HE FLYING SCOTSMAN"
ING THE
? ? ?
i, and North British Railways |
tickett and all information, apply to
in Agency, 132S Broadway, New York City j
! lO Dajlours!
| ft) HAVANA j
I $125 and up. Steamer is your hotel
for the entire voyage. A wonderful
; short vacation trip.
! i Alto 24 day craiiet to Tamplco
| IS end return $200 up. Addrort
! ! NF.W TORK * CUBA MAIL S. S. CO. !
I |! Faot ?l Wtll Mreet, New York. tel. Jek" 4W0
j WAR^INE j
SCANDINAVIAN
^AMERICAN
j DENMARK, NORWAY
j SWEDEN, GERMANY
LrittNRmIf ?"d BALTIC STATES
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I Comfortable."ttamrri O-mu II Juno 'in
( Spar'lous Htntrtlmini Fnlfoilstate* July I t
and I'mrTiona.leOerU*. Holtl* ??iav . Jutv -j i
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