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SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
LONGSHORE PARLEY REACHES DEADLOCK Employers Offer 53 Cent Wage, Men Demand That It Be 70 Cents an Hour. j A deadlock arose yesterday between employers and 'longshoremen looking to ;< new wages and working conditions agreement after September 30. The present agreement expires then. After a series of meetings extending over two weeks the proposals submitted by each side were declared unacceptable by the other. The compromise suggestions made by T. V. O'Connor, commissioner of the Shipping Board, who was sum moned hurriedly from Washington In the role of peacemaker, were rejected, too. Representatives of the Standing Com mittee of the Lines and Employing Stevedores, who have been meeting with executives and delegates of various locals of the International 'Longshore men's Association, said yesterday the original proposal of the employers was for 55 cents an hour, a cut of 10 cents. Thla was rejected by the men. They made a counter proposal of "0 cents Although each side was standing firm, one of the executive committee of the I. L. A. said he had hopes that negotiations could be resumed amlcably and that a satisfactory agreement would be reached eventually. He added that doubtless steamship companies were losing large sums on operation in various trades, but that living conditions were such that the men could not ac cept the proposed cut in wages. Where the Shipping Board stood was problematical, though It was known that powerful elements within the Govern ment organization were In favor of maintaining the present status. The situation is complicated by a recent alarming spread of the I. W. W. In the tanks of the deck workers, especially at Philadelphia. On the committee representing the owners in the negotiations are A. L. Ridgeway. International Mercantile Marine Company; R. H. Blake, Cunard Line: H. B. Holmes, Furness Withy & Co.-; R. M. Watklns. Shipping Board; John Brady. Brady & Gioe: Capt. Blanchard, Turner A Blanehard; Oak ley Wood, Bather Steamship Lines, chairmar*. Joseph D. Ryan and others are appearing for the men. It is under stood that another meeting will be on Tuesday. LEVANT LINES DECIDE ON CASH FORFEIT PLAN Ship Companies Prefer $20, 000 to Far East Figure. An agreement on the principle of a cash penalty form of conference or ganization for the maintenance of rates has been reached by the lines in the Adriatic-Levant- Black Sea group, it was learned yesterday. The matter is being taken up with the home offices of the foreign mem ber companies of the conference. Ap proximately the same agreement reached by the Far Fait conference is proposed for the Levant lines, which are working together harmoniously after nearly a year of mte warfare. A $20,000 forfeit is planned, rather than the $?>,000 posted by the Far Bast opera tors. As in other instances, the snag now being struck is the outstanding freight contracts at pre-conference rates. CANAL TRAFFIC DECREASES. Washington, Sept. 8. ? Commercial traffic through the Panama Canal in the fiscal year 1922 decreased 700,000 tons from the high record set In 1921, accord ing to a report of the canal authorities, published in the current issue of the Panama Canal record. The tolls col lected totalled $11,197,832. a decrease of about $70,000. With few exceptions, all nations shared In the decrease of tonnage. Japan's .-hip ping through the canal Increased from 758,000 tons to 1,044.515, a new record for that flag. Dutch, French and Swed ish ships allowed slight increases over MARINE NEWS NOTES. Whether open rates will be declare*! by the Porto Rloan section of the West Indies Conference 1* to be decided early next week. The conferees met yeater day, but took no action on the cut In northbound fruit rates by the N"W York and Porto Rico Steamship Company. Whieh had withdrawn faom the confer erce previously*. Rates an along; the line were reported holding firm. Hope has not yet been abandoned of bringing ti e New York and Porto Rico section again into the group. Meanwhile. It la enjoying a differential under the con ference tariff James Sinclair, Par Past trade man ager for the Shipping Board, sailed yes terday for the Pacific coast aboard the ,President Pierce. He will rest for two months after his strenuous labors in bringing about the Far East Conference agreement. E. J. McCormack returned yesterday from Washington, where he conferred ?with the Shipping Board in regard to the affairs of the United States Lines, of which the Moore A McCormack t'ompanv la a managing operator. A project is said to be under way for the administra tion of the Government's transatlantic passenger enterprise by a single private organization, under contract with the board. George H. Wells, traffic manager of the United States Lines, yesterday proudly displayed a membership certifi cate of the John A. Hogan Association. Edgar Luekenbach. head of the Luck erbach Steamship Company, has had i several conferences in the laat few days vtth Harry fl. Kimball, fiscal agent of the Shipping Board, on tfy> mat*- of n settlement for the vessels acquired by the Luckenhachs under the deferred pay ment plan In another week the first steamship to fly tho Csecho-Slovak merchant flag, the 1/cgle. will arrive in New York to take Ml general cargo for Genoa and Naples. Bhc is new at Providence, R. I., dis charging 6.500 tons of Cardiff coal. The International Forwarding Company, GO Pearl street, is the New York represent ative, for the ships owner, the Batik of C*echo-Slovak Legions. One of the American worships sched uled for eorspplng unde?- the armament treaty may be transferred to Hraxll as Indemnification for the loss of the gun hoat Aiopardo, rammed and sunk by the bfunaon liner American Legion August *1 William J. Ix>ve. vice-president of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, has been called Into conference by navy offi cials on the matter The Sadism. a new Hamburg Ameri can liner Just completed at the Vol can staid. Stettin, is scheduled to sail Sep. t?mher 1G to Rio do Janeiro. .Montevideo a,>t Buenos Aires. A two class ship of the type of Bovern and Wuerttemhurg, ?fh? registers IS,too tons gross and Is ccpabie of twclx'e knots. CLOSING OF MAILS. Foreign mailt mil close promptly as Indicated below at the General Post Office and City Hall Station. Ordinary prints, samples, parrel post packages and registered articles cloao two hours earlier, except that registered articles hate to be mailed between the hour* of S AM and 1- I'M. At the Foreign Station tcorner of Morton and West streets) foreign mail closes half an hour later than at tin General Post Office and City llall Station. Supplementary mall closes at the General Post Office and City Hall rtatlon, where double postage Is rettuired. SUPPLEMENTARY MAIL, (double piwlajcc required) cloaes gt the Foreign Station half an hour later than the supplementary closing time shown below, except that aupple-mentary mall for European countries anil for Central America. A1', via Crlato- ; la'., closes one hour later. Whenevei mall vessels sail between the hours of !> AM and 8 PM a supplementary mail post office on the steamship pier Is open to the public Its hours ' btfore the scheduled sailing time and closes lit minutes before the scheduled sailing time. Fvouble postage required. The steamers for which supplementary mall Is accepted on tho pier at time of sailing are shown below by a dagger (t) following time of closing of mall, i TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. Turkey, Bulgaria and Rumania (specially | addressed only) via Constantinople. Burgas and Constanza: alao parcel post malls for ; Bulgaria and Rumania, atr CLONTARF. I 10 AVI. Furope, Africa and West Asia via Havro (mall muat he specially addressed), atr LA ! tiAVOIR, 7:30 AM taup n AM t). Europe, Africa and West Asia via Plym outh and Cherbourg (mail must he specially addressed): also parcel poet mulls for Bt-l ' glum, Luxemburg and Belgian Co.igo via | Antwerp, str FINLAND, 8 AM taup 9:30 AM t). Europe. Africa and West Asia via Cher I bourg and Southampton (mall rnuet lie ape- . I clallv addressed), str HOMERIC, 9 AM (sup 10:30 AM f). Netherlands (parcel post mails and ape- j | dally addressed correspondence) v!a Rotter 1 dam. str WKSTERDYK. 9 AM. Europe. Africa and West Asia (mall I lot Syria and Paleatlne must be spe cially addressed) via Plymouth and Cher i hourg: a'so parcel poat malls for Great Britain. Ireland. France and the countries mentioned In notes A and B below via Plym outh and Cherbourg, and pane! poet malls for Germany, Austria. Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Switzerland via Bremen, str PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT (sea poet), 9 AM Hup 10:30 AM t). Italy, CJrecce and Yngo-SlaMa (specially ' addressed only) via Naples. Palras and .Oravosa; alao parcel poet malls for Yugo 1 alavia. atr ARGENTINA. 9:30 AM. ! Italy (parcel post malls and specially ad dressed corrcepondence) Ma Naples, str ET'ROPA, 11 AM. I Greece, Turkey and Rumania (specially addressed only) via Piraeus, Constantinople and- Constanza: also parcel post malls for Greece and Rumania, str KING AIJ5XAN DER. 12:30 PM. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER II. Azores Islands. Syria and Paleatlne (Por tugal and Greece muat be specially ad dressed) via Horta, Angra, Ponta lndgada, Lisbon. Piraeus, Smyrna, Beyrouth and Jaffa: also parcel post malts for Azores Islands. Portugal and Greece, str RRAGA, 11 :.30 AM. Azores (elands. Syria and Palestine (Por tugal and Greece must be specially ad dressed) via Horta. Angra, Ponta Delgada. Lisbon. Piraeus, Smyrna. Beyrouth and Jaffa: by rail to Providence. RI. and thence by atr BRAOA, 8 P>I. TI15NDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. Euro)*?, Africa and West Asia (Norway must lv specially addressed) via Cherbourg an)l Scpt-.iainpton : also parcel post malls for Great Britain, Ireland, France and the coun tries mentioned In notes A and B below, str AQUITANIA. 8 AM (sup 0:30 AM t). Germany (specially addressed only) via Hamburg and Danzig; also parcel post malls for Poland, str RAMI,AND. 9:30 AM. Norway. Sweden, Denmark and Finland Ma Chriatiansand, Clirlatlanla and Copen hagen; also parcel post malls for Norway, Sweden and Denmark, str FREDERIK VIII, 10 AM Hup 10:30 AM t>. Italy, Greece, Turkey and Rumania (spe cially addressed only) via Naples, Piraeus, Smyrna, Constantinople and Constanza; also parcel post mails for Greece and Rumania, str MADONNA. 11:30 AM. MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CEN TRAL AMERICA. WEST INDIES, AC. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ?. i Newfoundland via St Johns. str ROSA- ' LIMl, 7 AM. Bermuda via Hamilton, str FORT VIC- | TORI A. 7 30 AM. Cuba imperially addressed only) via Ha \ ana, str S1BONEY, ft AM (t). Jamaica. Guatemala (El Salvador letter' mail only) and British Honduras (Cuba and j Tela niust be specially addressed) via San | tlayo, Kingston, Belize. Puerto Barrios. Puerto Castllla and Tela, str ZACAPA. S AM. | Curacao and Venezuela: also specially ad dressed correspondence for Porto Rico via San Juan. Curacao, Laguayra and Puerto Cabello, str PHILADELPHIA. S :30 AM (auo 9:BO AM t). I Porto Rico, St Thomas. St Croix. Saba. St Martins, St I'ustatlus, San Pedro de Macorla and San Domingo City via 8an Juan, str SAN JUAN lata post), 8:30 AM (sup 9:30 AM t>. South Brazil. Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay via Rio Janeiro. Montevideo and Buenos Aires, str VANDVCK. 9 AM ( + >. Costa P.lca iCuha. Canal Zone and Pnnatna I must be specially addressed) via Havana, Cristate! and Port Llmon, str CALAMARES, 9 AM <t>. Canal Zona. Parnma, El S-'alvRdor (print*, ? An. N'l truua (except R??t Coast), Ama nala City, Oholuteca 11U0 prints. Ac, for' Nacaomc, Tegucigalpa and Yusearan), in Honduras, Cauca and Narino departments of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru (except Iqultoa), ? Cristobal, Callao. Mollendo. Arlca. Iqutque, Antofagasta and Valparaiso, str ESSE QU1BO, 8:30 AM (sup 9:30 AM). Bahamas (Including Inagua and Fortune Islands) via Nassau, str SARPFOS, 8 AM. Dominican Republic (San Pedro do Macorls I and San Domingo City must be specially ad dressed) via Monte Chriatl. Puerto Pluta. samanu, Sanchez. Da Romana, San Pedro de Macorls. San Domingo City. Azua and Bara hona, ntr CATHERINE. 9:30 AM. Haiti (except prints, Ac. for Cape Haiti and Port de Palx), Jamaica and Colombia (except Cauca. Narino and Magds'ena de partments) via Port au Prince, Kingston. Cartagena and Savanllla, str BOGOTA. 10 AM. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER It. St Thomas. St Croix. Saba. St Martina, St Eustatius, Trinidad. Ciudad Bolivar and Guiana via St Thomas. St Croix, Trinidad, Georgetown and Paramaribo, str PARIA, 11 30 AM. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. Grenada. St Vincent, Trinidad, Ciudad llolivar and Guiana via Grenada, Trinidad and Georgetown, etr MATIIRA, 8 AM. North Brazil. Iqultos add Macelo (other pacta of Brazil must be specially ad dressed) via Para, Ceara, Macelo and Per nambuco, str STEPHEN. 11 AM. Barbados and St Lucia (Argentina. Uru guay and Paraguay must be specially ad dressed) via Barbados, Montevideo and Bue nos Aires, str CROKTON HALL, 12 K. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Close at New York at 3 PM as follows: Hawaii (1> via San Francisco, U S Army transport BUFORP. S.pt 9. Japan. Corea and Netherlands East Indies (specially addresred only) via San Fran I lecn. also parcel post mails for Nether lands East Indies, str ABAKAN. Sept 11. Japan, Corea. China. Siberia. French Indo china. Netherlands East Indies (except Su matra) and Philippine Islands (t) via Seat tle; also parcel post mails for Japan, Corea, China. Slam, French Indo-Chlna anil Straits Settlements, str PRESIDENT GRANT, Sept II (?). Japan, Corea and China (specially ad dressed onlv) via San Francisco, str NAN KING. Sept 11. Hawaii (J). Samoan Islands, Australia and specially addressed mall for New Zealand via San Francisco: also parcel post malls for Samoan Islands and Australia, str VEN TURA. Si;pt 14. Hawaii (J), Japan, Corea. China, Siberia, French Indo-Chlna. Netherlands East Indies (except Sumatra) and Philippine Islands (t) via San Franrlseo: also parcel post malls for Japan. Corea, China, Slam, French Indo Chlna and Straits Settlements, str PRESI DENT LINCOLN". S. pt 18. ?Ordinary (unregistered) letters mailed up to 3 PM the next day will, provided there is no delay In the overland transit, reach Seal tie In time for connection with the steamer mentioned. tSupplementary malls accepted on pier. tAll classes of mall, including domestic parcel post, sent to Hawaii. Guam and Phil ippine Islands by the above dispatches. Malls of the following dates, Auckland Aug 4. Melbourne ana Sydney 10th and Wellington 15th, which arrived at San Fran cPco per str Tahiti, were dispatched East on Sept 4, and mails dated Melbourne and Sydney Aug 1(1, which arrived at San Fran rlseo per str Ventura, were dispatched East' on Sept 6. The malls from str Tahiti were due In New York on the afternoon of Fri day, Sept 8, and those from str Ventura are due on the morning of Monday. Sept 11. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS DUE AT NEW YORK. Str PARIS due Sept 9 with mails from Czocho-Hlovakla, France. Italy, Poland, Por tugal. Rumania and Spain. Steamer left Havre Sep? 2. Str ADRIATIC due Sept 10 with malls from Great Britain. Steamer left Liverpool Sept 2. Str MAJESTIC due Sept j; " lib mail.* from Austria, Belgium. British India. Czecho slovakia, Denmark, Egypt. Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain. Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway. Poland, Portugal. Rumania. Ru?ta, South Africa. Spain, Sweden, Switseriand, Turkey and Yugo-Slavia. Steamer left Southampton and Cherbourg Sept 0. NOTE A?FAlter. 1. TOST MAII.U VIA r.NlilJlNl>-To Abyssinia, Aden (Including Perlm). Afghanistan (Kabul). Ascension. Belgium Congo (Kataoca Province only). Brlt l?h Central Africa (Nyasaland Protectora'e), British India. British Sr.malllund. Cam coons (British). Cape Verde Islands. Ceylon. Cyprus, Egypt, Egyptian Sudan. Falkland Islands, French India (specially addressed), Gambia, Gold Coast Colony, Kenya and Uganda. Macao (China), Madeira. Malta, Mauritius. Mesopotamia. New Hebrides (In cluding the Hanks and Torres Islands). Nigeria. Nyasaland Protectorate, Palestine, IVmba, Persia. Portuguese India. Porturuese Timor, Portuguese West Africa. Russta In Europe, tnclurilng Ukraine; Russia In Asia. eaatcpt Turkestan, St Helena. Santa Cruz Islands, Seychellce. Sierra Leone, Smyrna, Tanganyika Territory. Tibet. Togoland (Brit ish), Trans-Jordnnla (Territory East of Jordan River), Turkey (Constantinople) and Zanzibar. NOTE B?FARCEI. POST MVI1.S VIA FRANCE?To Algeria. Cameroon. Corsica. Da homey, French Guinea. French establishments In India. French Indo-Chlna (Anuani, Cambodia, Cochln-Chlna. Laos and Tonkin), French Post Offices In China. French Somali land, French Soudan (Upper Senegal, Niger and Upper Volta). Gabon, Ivory Coast, Mada gasrar and dependencies iMadaertS'ar. Ste Marie de Madagascar. Nosrlbe, Comoro Isl ands. Mayotte, Gdo Comoro. Anjouan and Mohell), Mauritania. Middle (French) Congo. Monaco, Morocco (except Spanish). New Caledonia and dependencies, Niger Territory. Reunion, Senegal. Togoland (French). Syria (French), (Beyrouth, Damascus, Aleppo and the Western and Eastern Zone), Tunis, Turkey (Constantinople and Brusa). DEPARTURE OF STEAMERS. (Vessels Hall on Daylight Having Tim*.) SAIL HATIRMY, SRPTEMBBR 0. SAIL HATIRDAY, SEPTEMBER 0. Argentina, Naples, 7 Bush Dock* Bklyn Bogota. Kingston, Ac. 44 N It.... Calamareg, Havana. 0 N H ... Camifury, Santiago, 16 Bklyn... Cameronla, Glasgow. 36 N R Catherine, Han Domingo, 27 Bklyn Cedrlc, Liverpool. 60 N R Clontarf, Constantinople, 27 Bklyn Cornelia. Han Juan, 27 Bklyn Creole, .Now Orbans, 40 N R.... El Norte, Galveston, .".I N R Koecqulbo. Callao. 42 N" R.. Europa. Naples. 07 N R Finland. Antwerp, 6t N" 14 Fort Victoria. Bermuda, 83 N R. Homeric, Southampton, .Ml N It... King Alexander, I*lra<u?, 22 llkly La Havole, Havre, ."7 N R Ohloan, San Francl-co. 6 Bueh... Orblta. Hamburg, 42 N R Philadelphia. Laguayra. II Bklyn President Arthur. Bremen, 3 Ho boken President Roosevelt, Bremen, 4 Ho 3:00 PM tinken 1:00 PM Rohln Goodfellow, San Francisco, 1 M 1 II. Jo ra> y City 11:00 AM Rugla, Hamburg. Hti N R Noon Runa. Nuevltao, 7 N R Noon .. Rosalind, St Johns. Java ?t, Bklyn 11:00 AM Noon Han Juan, Han Juan. 34 Bklyn.... Noon Noon Santa Theresa. Havana, 63 N R.. ?? Noon Harpfoe, Namau H axon In. Hamburg. 36 N R Noon Hlboney. Havana. 13 K R 11:0b AM Vandy< k, Rio Janeiro, 14 Hoboken 1:00 F VI V? rent la. London. 71 N R Weeterdyk, Rotterdam. 3th .?t. Ho boken Noon Zacapa, Kingston, 16 E R Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon ' 1:00 PM KAII. IHVNDAY. SEPTEMBER l?. 3:00 PM Assyria, Glasgow, 36 N R Noon 11:00 AM | Nngato Miru, Yokohama. 20 Cllf I ton Noon SAIL MONDAY. SEPTEMBER II. Brngn. Piraeus, Ac, Slat at, Bklyn. 3:00 PM 1 00 I'M | Par la. Ht Thomas. Ac, 44 X R 1 00 I'M PORT OF NEW YORK, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1922 Steamers Due in New York. Ill E NATI'RDAY. SEPTEMBER 0. Steamer. I rom Agents. Aden Ms in. Cardiff 2."tb Ruaukl *? Co | Aldan. Liverpool 2dth Booth 88 Co Anglo Chili ?n. Hairy 2Utli . . Finn h-Edy. J Bolivian. Mancheac r 27th..Wlilt# Star Line Bouriit'inotitli. Cardiff 2Sil. J H Wlncheatst (3188 Maebraytio, St Michaels 22'l. Harbor Linos : i "onto Ro.?*o, (lenom 2''th Lloyd Kabaudo Delaware, Liverpool 2.1d R I. Hague IlungrntM, Shields :.'2<i U K Nav (Monmouth. Cardiff 22t| Baltic 88 Co I Nlsuw Amsterdam, Rotterdam... Holland-Am Norfolk Range, Dundva 17th. .Furn#as-Wlthy T'arl(, Havre ,".d Frem h Lin# For? Hacking, LI , erpool 25th....Futnh Rdy# Slam City, Shields 1!?t!i V S Nav Fulton Hall. Pa'rrmo jnth Norton-Llllv Veruvlo, Penar i 3M Italia-America III K SIMMY. SEPTEMHEK 10. Adriatic, Liverpool 2d Whit# Star Lin# i of Montgomery. Havannah tth.OceaiT 88 Co Columbia, (llasgoe 3d Anchor a,In# '"omanchc. Jacksonville 7th Clyde S3 Co Pnetoras, Port Llmon 3d tin had Fruit i Trrmat.m, Hull Kith Norton-Lilly Zee'and, Antwerp 31st Red Star Lino PI! MONDAY. SEPTEMBER II. Advance, Colon 1st Panama Rtl Hrlilgetown, Jamaica 7>th Clyde Line l'araby. Shields 2?tn I H Wlneheater Fort St lleorge, Mermuda Hill. Fin neea-Rermiida Haiti, cape Until .*? 111 Clyde Line La Isvrralnr. Havre Isi French Line Ordans. Southampton 1st Royal Mall Ponce, San Juan till N Y 4 P R Saru.i Tor. , a. Colon 4th W H (}ra<? St?angcrfjoril. flergen 2d Nonveg-Am Zulla Curacao 3d.. Ited I) Line Almanac for New York Sept. 9. Sun lis a#. . .*? 20 Moon rise#,. 7 30 PM Sun rets (I li Moon rets., n 23 AM TIME OF HKIH WATER SEPTEMBER 0. Sandy Hork 0 21 AM 0 :is PM (lovemore Island !? I.: AM 0 M I'M It?ll (late (Astoria*. II 20 AM II St PM The time given In the above table l.s Kaat ern standard firm and Is furnished hy th# Pulled State# ( oast and Oeodetle Survey l or daylight smlni time add one hour. DROPPING OF TIME BALL. NBW YORK, Sapt 0?The time ball above Navigation and Marino Knglneerlm; school of the Seamen'* Chureh Institute, 2." South r'roet, dropped to-day at exact noon, 75th meridian, or 3 houra elou of Greenwich tnenn time. Any one da airing correct Green vloli m an time telepnone Bon ling Green 3020. ARRIVED. __ BOttleahlpa Wyoming, Arkansas. Delaware and North Dakota. from Southern I trill Uttundi, and all anchored In North It Ivor. I IT * rtrr l.ardner. W'<rd*n. Bruce. (iilmar, Brldg'port. Rochester. Bridge, An tar**, Vlreo, Ball, ContOCook, Bobolink. Hop 1 in*. Kane, .1 K Paulding. T Williamson, IinInbrldge. lioff. L*ea, Putnam, BJIllngaley, Qebornt. (.'oghlnnd and Pre at on, from South ern Prill Grounds, and all anchored hi the North River. IT S stra Belief and Prometheux, from Southern Drill Ground*. Anchored In North Hirer Str I'armania (Br), Liverpool Aug :il and Queenatown Sept I, In the Cunard Steam ship Co, Ltd, with 330 flral, .711 eecond cabin and 741 third rlas* paaaengera, mall* and mdae. Went to pier 30, North River. Str Aqultatlla ,Brt. Southampton and Cher hotira Hept 2, to the Cunard Steamship Co, Ltd, with "ID first. 483 eecond rabln and tlto third cla?* pa*aenger*. mall* and mtlae Want to pier .'.I, North Ri,er. Str President Harding, Bremen Aug 30 and I Southampton and Cherbourg .".1st, to the I'nlied State* Lire*. > lib IS* rabln and 270 third cla** pageSHger* and mdae. Went to' pier Hohoken. str RocltaiHfesau iFr). Havre and P1> m outh Aug 70, to the Compaanle Gene rah1 Tranaatlanthine, wllli 4(11 cabin and *3 ?hlrtl <ta** t,a>* tig'r*. mnil* end mdae. Went 10 pier 37, North River. Sir America rttal), Genoa Aug 23 and Nap'ea 2(IIh, *o the ftatla-Amarfoa Line, with 20 flr't. 133 aecond eabln and IMP third ela*? paaaeng'-ra. mail* and tndse Went to p|et 37. North River. str Giuseppe Verdi <rtal), Genoa Ang 23 and Napier 30th, to McDonnell # Trtida, with 00 first, 271 eecond cab III and 1.2*3 rt'ird c|ar,? pn.?*r ngere. mall* and mdae. Weftt to pier 33, North niver. Str Willgrlm (Nni>. Barry Ang 24. to Bennett, Hrorief 4 Co. with ton* of coal. Wont to Now York Dock Co's pier 39, Brooklyn. Str Flahpool (Br), Newcastle, K. Aug >18. to J H Winchester A Co, with 7,014 tons of coal. Anchored off Utxity. Str Fagcraas (Nor). Newport, K. Am 23, lo Bennett. Ilvoslcf A Co, with md?e Sir Klswlck Orange illri, Wail Hartlepool Aug 10. to J H Winchester Jk Co. with J.3(f) tons of roal. Went to foot of 12tli street. Hoboken. Str Minnie do Larrinaga (Br), Tyne Aug 24. to Purness. Wlthv A Co. with mass. Str Samland (Belg). l>anztg Aug 24, to the Bed Star Dine, with llkl passengers and uulrc. Went to pier til. North River. Str Argus. Antwerp via Philadelphia, to the Black Diamond Steamship Co. with tndar. Went to pier 3. Army Haae. Brooklyn. Str Matoppo (Br). Belra July 18. Durban 2flth, Kaat Ixmdon 27th, Algoa Hay 28th. j Cape Tow n Aug 8 and Boston Sepr 8, to Norton, I.Illy 4- Co. with tndae. Went to plat 2, Bush Docks, Brooklyn. Str Belvldere, Pelrogiad July 21. Kotka 28th. Helalngfors Aug 9. Copenhagen 12th. Ardrosran 18th and Boston Sept tl, to the Susquehanna Steamship Co. with iiuDo. Went to pier 22, Brooklyn. Str Bronte (Br). Buenos Aires July 21). Santos Aug (!. Para 2?d. Trinidad 27th and Boston Sept 7. to I.amport 4- Holt, win mdse. Str KatrinH Luckenbach, Portland, Ore, Aug 2. Astoria 3d. Seattle 8th. Vancouver 10th, Port Ludlow 12th. San Francisco 17th, Los Angeles 19th, Cristobal 28th and Phila delphia Sept 7, to the Luckenbacs Steam ship Line, with mdse. Went to foot of 33th street. Brooklyn. Str K1 Capltan, San Juan Sept 2, to the West India Oil Co. with empty barrels. Went to pier 1, Constable Hook. Str Ksperanza. Tamplco Aug 30. Vera Cr-v. list, Progreso Sep; 2 and Havana 3th. to the New York and Cuba Mall Steamship Co. with 92 passengers, malls and mdse. Wsrit to New 3 ork Dock Co's pier 15, Brooklyn. | Str Pearldon. Tamplco Aug 30. to the ; I'nltod States aod Mexican Oil Co. with i crude oil. Anchored off Stapleton, SI. Str Princess May (Bri, Port Antonio and j Morant Bay Sept 2, to the Dl Clorglo Steam- I ship Co, with 43 passengers and mdse. Went to pier 7, Hast River. Str Runa (Nor), Port Antonio Sept 2, to j the Atlantic Fruit Co, with 3 passengers and j mdse. Went to pier 28, East River. str Concho, C.alveaton, to the Mallory rlleamghlp Co. with passengers and mdse. Went to oler 38. North River. Str K1 Vaile. (Inlyeston Sept 2. to the Southern Pacific Co, with mdse. Went to pier 51, North River. Str El I.ago. Now Orleans, to the Southern raclflc Co, with mdse. Went to pier 30. North River. Str City of Atlanta. Savannah Sept 3. to j :he Ocean Steamship Co, with passengers and mdse Went to pier 33. North River. Sir Virginia Limited. Richmond, to the Richmond and New York Steamship Co, with mdse. Went to pier 7, North River. Str Jonancy, Norfolk. Str Pawnei . Baltimore, to the Clyde Steam ship Co. w ith mdse. Went to pier 38, North Rlvc r. Str Norwich City. Philadelphia, to tho United States Navigation Co. with mds?. Went to New York Dock Co's pier 44. Brook vn. Str Ohloan. Philadelphia, to the United American Lines, with mdse. Went to pier I. Bush Pocks. Brooklyn. Sir Jadden. Boston. Str Robin Adair, F.oston. to the Isthmian steamship Lines, with mdse. Went to pier SI. North River. Schr Peter Mclntyro (Br). Campbellton. SB. WIRELESS REPORTS. Str Adriatic (Br), Liverpool for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 60. North River, Si'nday afternoon. Str Paris (Kr), Havre for New York, Is expected to dock at pier ST, North River, about 9:30 AM Saturday. Str I .a Lorraine (Fr), Havre for New York, Is expected to dock at pier 71, North River, Monday forenoon. Str Zetland (Br), Antwerp for New Y'ork, la expected to dock at pier HI, North River, Sunday forenoon. Str Columbia (Br), Glasgow for New York, it expected to dock at pier 53, North River, Sunday afternoon. S'r Nleuw Amsterdam (Dutch), Rotterdam for New York. Is expected to dock at foot of 5th street, Hoboken, about 10 AM Satur day. Str Santa Teresa, Valparaiso, Ac. for Niw j York, is expected to dock at pier 33, Brook t lyn, Monday forenoon. Str STavaugerf jord (Nor), Bergen for New I York, Is expected to arrive in Quarantine Monday morning and dock at foot of 30th street, Brooklyn, probably before noon. Str Oacar 11 (Dan), Copenhagen. Ac, for New York, is expected to dock at foot of 17eli street, Hoboken. Tuesday forenoon. Str Conte Rosso (ltal), Naples for New York, is expected to dock at pier 05, North River, Saturday forenon. Str Orduna (Br), Hamburg for New York, is expected to dock at pier 42, North River, Monday forenoon. Strs Deuel, from New York, and Western Plains, from Doston. expect to reach Mont Str Pastorea, Port LImon for New York, is expected to dock at pier 15, Bast River, Sunday afternoon, real Friday. By Independent Wireless Telegraph Company, Inc. (Distance given In miles; position at noon t unless otherwise specified.J Agnlmex 125 RW Nantucket L V 8th. Agwleuii 183 S Scotland t, V 8th. Anglo-Chilean due Quarantine 7 AM 9th. Colon 504 S Scotland I. V 8th. Eastern Pilot (178 E Cape Sable 7fh. Edward Polrce 88 SE Harm-gat 8th. Kllenore 79 NB Cape Henry 8tb. Faraby 917 E Ambrose I. V 7tb. George G Henry 40 RW Block Island 8th. Grecian 23 8W Fire lala-ri 9th. Glendsruel 20 E Winter Quarter L V 7th. Gulfprlnco 130 S Diamond Shoal Tth. Hilton passed ("ape Henry (1:30 PM 8th. I a Touralne 235 K Ainbroee L V 8th. I.-nap- 92 SW Scotland I. V 7 PM 7th. I llllan passed Brenton Point 8th. MInneksbda 349 E Ambrose J. V 8th. Netvton 79 E llarm-gat 8th. President Polk 333 E Ambrose I. V Tth. Seacennet 25 SW Block Island 8;h. Virginia 20 SW Brenton Reef 8th West Eldara 104 E Ambrose 1. V 8th. By the Radio Corporation of America. Bristol (JO NB Five Fathom I. V 8th. Cacique 23 NK Cape Charted 8th. City of St Louis 247 K Ambrose L V 8th. Corby 108 E Cape May Stli. Eagle 199 S Scotland L V 8th. 11 -ternon: 1,300 E Ambrose L V Tth. Arrive New York 18th. Everett 34 E Winter Quarter L V 8th. Freeman 42 NB by E Cape Henry 8th. I'lrniore 247 8 Diamond Shoal 7th. II C Kolger 112 S Delaware Breakwater 8th. Jarona 290 K Portland Tth. Maracalbo 257 N May ague* Tth. Monmouth 300 E Ambrore L V 7th. NatlrHr 450 E Portland Tth. New-ten 79 E Barm-get 8th. Norfolk 1 N Pollock Rip L V 8th Orduna 1,243 E Ami-rose L V 7th. Pilar do l.ariinagn 89 E Nantucket L V 8th. B- dhook I(ix s Ambrose L V 8th. Reliance 819 E Ambrose L V 7th. Cayuache 34(1 E Delaware Breakwater 8th. Salacla pane- d Nantuqket 1, V 1 PM 8th. Santa Clara 174 S Scotland I. V 8th. Santa Isabel tut) s Scotland 1, V 8tb. Santa Lulaa 12b S Ambrose L V 7th. Santa Tereaa 1.153 8 Ambrose L V Tth, Santore 420 S Ambrose L V 7th. Sar-lnero 58 NE Caps' Ilenry 8th. S-hroon .'si E Boston L V 8th. Scaconnet 23 SW Block Inland Sth. .-nffolk passed Boaton L 5' 8th. Thomas P Ileal 285 S Nantucket L V 8th Transportation 20 CBW Five Fathom Batik L V Sth. Wellington 35 N Diamond Shoal 7th. Western World I,#4)0 SE Ambrose L V 7tli. William G Warden 1(19 NF. Diamond Shoal 8th Wm H Doheny 102 flW Diamond Shoal Sth. PASSED CITY ISLAND. Bound South, Sir II F Dlmock, Boaton for New Tork. Sir North Land. Ronton for New Y'ork. Sehr Mlna* Princess (Br). Liverpool. NR. for New Y'ork. with pulp, to the Tidewater Paper Mills; vessel to J F WhlQiey A Co. Sehr Hlllcrest (Br). Gasps for New Y'ork. v ith lumber, to the 8hepard-Morse Lumber Co. Cchr Truro Queen (Br). Port Medway, NR. for New Y'ork, with pulp, to Kelly A Co; x.ssel to Gllmartln A CO. Schr Joseph Murray, Greenport for New Y ork. Tugs Bulley. with 3 barges fat <1 AMY; Salutation, with 4 (at 7:20 AMI: Pparlan. with 4 (at 10:30 AMi; Jessie J Forsyth, with 3 (at 3 30 PM). Bound Euat. Sehr E C Adams (Br), New Tork for Lunenburg. NR. Sehr Beryl M Corkum (Br), New Tork for Lunenburg. Nfl. Sehr Marv A, New Tork for Nantucket. Tugs A P Hkldinore, with 1 barge (at <1:13 AM); Ravage, with 3 (at 3:15 PM) ; Mabel, llrh: (at 3:3n I'M); Salutation, with .3 far i:30 I'M); chaa C McCaffrey, with 8 at 4 .30 PM). CLEARED. Sir Oodrlc -Br i, Met-alfe, Liverpool Q-ieenatnwn (gentruli While Star Line Str Couth western Mi.ler (Br), Wlllian London via Halifax (general)-Fun Wltliv A Co. Ptr Saxonla (Bri, Ore.now. Plymouth. ( b-ure and Hamburg (general)?('u S'.eamshln ('0. Str President Roosevelt. Fried. T'lymi - i.erbouri* and Bremen I genef al ? ~-(jl Statu* Lines. Str llossln ,flr), Williams. Cardiff l#?t)--Norton. Lilly A Co Ctr ('smernnls (Br), lllalkls. Glasgow Movllle 'generafl -Anchor Line Notice to Owners, Agents and Ship Masters. The New York Herald pub lishes daily reports of the posi tions of merchant vessels re ceived through coastal radio sta tions operated by the Radio Cor poration of America and the Independent Wireless Telegraph Company, Inc. Vessels equipped with radio apparatus may, with out charge, report their (TR) noon positions through the fol lowing stations: Independent Wireless Tele graph Company, Inc., New York city (WCG); East Hampton, L. I. (WSA); East Moriches, L. I. (WSE), and New London, Conn. (WST). The United States Public Health Service will also give free medical advice through these stations. Radio Corpoiation of America, Marion, Mass. (WCC): Cape Cod. Chatham, Mass. (WIM): Siasconset, Mass. (WSC); New London, Conn. (WLC): New York city (WNY), and Cape May, N. J. (WCY). In co operation with the Seaman s Church Institute of New York and the United States Public Health Service the Radio Cor poration of America furnishes free medical advice to ships at sea. Sir Weeterdyk (Dntrh). Byl. Rotterdam general)?Holland-America I-lne. Str Finland. Candy. Antwerp Ma rivmoutn ind Cherbourg igeneial)?Red Star Line. Str President Arthur. Krelbohm. Bremen general)?United States Dines. T,_?, Str Fort Victoria (Br). Carmiehacl. Ham lton. Bermuda (general)? Furneae, t\ Ithy J: Str Rugla (Ocr). Ruck, Hamburg (general) -United American Dines. Str l.a Savole (Fr). Cnbon. Havre (general) Compagnle Generalo T''an8a,lanV,?"eL?,,,? Str Orblta (Br). Mathews, Cherbourg, ?'outhampton and Hamburg (general)?San 1 bTrVnie^du Havre (Fr). Ai'.ett. Marseille-, md Genoa (general)?Algerian-America.) Str Collingham (Brl. Spencer. Catania and rorro Annmizlata (whoat)-^Geonce Helllaeri. Str Hontarf. lla^r, Consrtantlnopie. Hour ?nfi t general)?A H Bull & < o. Str Arcentina (Ital). Dmlnack. Naples, 'ntras. (R?neral>?rhelps Bro?. Str Gaelic Prince (Brl. S^uddaby. mniH. Kobe. &c (jrenoral>?l'Urtiess. Wnny Str Vandyok (Br). Byrne. Puerto Alegra. 'do Janeiro, Ac (generail?Lamport A Holt. Str It c. Scliofleld. Fox. San Pedro and -an Francisco via Jacksonville (general)? standard Otl Co of California. .. .. Sir Catherine. I.araen. Turks Island. Monte "brtstl. Ac (general)?A H Bull A to. Str Jomaborg (Dan). Anderson. San An oine (ballast )?Moore. McCo^ack A co. Str Cornelia. Carey, bar. _ 1 oncc. S ["pncrftll ? A 11 Bull & ' o. Str Tanamo. Hudson. San Juan, Ponce. At. (general)?Atlantic Fruit Co. Str Robert F. Hopkins. Reeves. Tampico ,l0traNo7aI? llcrg% HTampico (ballast)-Huas l'Sti'zacHpa!'Whidden. Santiago. Kingston. md Baracoa (general)?1>1 Giorgio 1 r.i b't r?r<Bansn (Nor). Tellefsen. luUW. Kingston. Ac (general)?United bruit Co.^ Str Munargo. Asborn. Nassau and Antilla (genera!)?Munaon Steamship Line. Str l.ake Flournoy. Rugae. Nassau (g-n pibD?Muneon Steamship L'"*' rvutohr.l Sir Calamares. Spencer "V;aaa' .VI...:oro and Port Llmon (funeral)?United Fruit 5?tr Kwwaulbo (Brl. Chittenden Havana. Cristobal. Ac. via Panama Canal (jreneran Sas^e^no??SOMnie-. Havana (general) New York and Cnha Mall Bteamgl;lpC?. Str Puns I.aw. N 'son. Gulfport, Mll? (ballastI?Finnns. Withy A Co. . str City of Atlanta. Garfield. Savannah (generali-Ocan Steamship Co. Str Apache. Chichester. Charleston en J Jacksonville I general)?Clyde Sir Hamilton. Nelson. Norfolk (gincra. Old Dominion Transportation Co. sir Virginia Dlmlted. Whltehuret. Ricn mend I general t ? Richmond and New ) ork ^SGMenommee (Br). Finch Hrom LondOM). Phtlr.dclpliln (residue)?Atlantic Tianapar. ''S>7 Morrietown. Inhulsen (from Hamburg). i Pt.lladelphla (residue)?Kerr steamship ? Str Ktna (Rat), ^ersa. Montreal ibai 1 net)?Navieszione Generaie Ital'ana. Str North Hard. Foster. Boston (general) Rtrnirnsbtp Corporation. Str Walter A Isuokenbach, Banner. Boeton , I...neraD?I-uckenbach Steamship Co j Schr Mu.ijuan (Cuban). ?1"rT'ln*Tir.e I zas (ballast)?Munson Stcsmshlp Dir.e. SAILED. fitr* Acropolis. Piraeus. &*': Dampto (Nor), TTa tla Pa v. Que: ritv of Canton (Br). Tort Swettenham. Ac: Candidate (Br), Pernani buco. Ac: Stavanceren (Nor). Kingston. he: .1 A Host wick. Hamburg: Port Auckland "Br). Auok'aml. *?<?; Montserrat rfipl Cadiz, t. c * Munargo, Nassau. Ac: President Pierce. San Frarolaco: Robert F. Hopkins. Tampion; Rosela dlri. Cardiff: Treftuila (Pr). Gal \ *?ton: .tnmshnrg iPanl, San Antolna. Can ada* Colltngham (Br*. Catania. Ac: Lake Vannln. Wilmington and Brunswick*. Jeffer ;.on, Norfolk. Strs Chnomont. Norfolk: Lake T'lnunwy. Nna-nu: Veedol. ritllndalnh'.a: Tanamo. San .'An: Villa du Havre <FY). Marseilles and Clanoa Or fiunaweo. Penracola. , Snilad 7'h. Ptra "atrn (Xorl. San'iagn. Ac; Wm C, Warden. Texaa City; Innoko, Phila delphia. Tha corrected reading of the barometer 1 i redueeri to eea level! at New York ,on Friday. Pent R. 1I>22. at R AM. as reported b * the United States Weather Bureau, waa I thirty and thirtv-hiindredths (.10..10! Inches. Thla oloaelv appruxlmstcs seven hundred and , sixtv-nlne and si*-tenths fTIW.dt millimeters. I Cnnta!n? of all vessels now lying In or near the ports of New York and Brooklyn eat advantageously use the above official data , for ohaarvtnr whether their own barometers reoulre anv considerable correction or ad i hlstment. Win.i at sandy Honk. S PM. SK. 18 mllea: bar; light sea: visibility. 12 miles. FOREIGN WEATHER CABLE GRAMS. CAPE RACE. NF. Sept R?Barometer at noon, .10. f>" Inebes: wind W. light breeze; weather, fine; temperature, M deg Fahr. Wind* Off the Atlantic Coait. Fast Gulf?Moderate east to southeast i winds and weather partly cloudy fiaturdav. West Gulf?Moderate variable wlndv most ly southeast, and weather partly cloudy Sat urday. Caribbean Sea and Windward Pasaage? Moderate east to northeast winds, cttfept variable over extreme south portion; weather pr.rtly cloudy, local show-era Saturday. North of Sandy llixrtk?Moderate southerly *? Inds and weather fnlr Saturday. Sandv Hook to Hatteras--Moderate east to south winds and weather fair Saturday. lla'terat to Florida Straits?Moderate east erly winds and weather fair Saturday. MARITIME MISCELLANY. Str Iletliore, before r< ported aground, was floated yesterday morning by tugs. Str President pierce, hence for San Fran .?l"cn, he. returned last night with machinery trouble. Strs Swlftesgle, from Boston, and Socony, from Port Arthur, weie in collision Thursday morning ?\f f Stnpleton; both vessels were slightly damaged. HALIFAX. Sept 5?Bohr Nellie .1 King, from Port Jlawk?sbury for r.oaton, with lum ber, was In collision Saturday nlgjit off Sambro with Gloucester eohr Corlnthla ; former damaged and effecting repairs here. I.ONDON. Sept S?Sevan hundred hales of cotton ex etr Tanrmlna (Ital), on dock at Genoa, were damaged by fire and water QUEBEC, Sept .1-Htr Baluchistan (Hr). which went ashore off White Island In the early part of Inst week, was floated with aid of wrecking sir Lord Strathcona and tug Busy Bee and towed up to Quebec ve.i tcrxtay; vessel will he surveyed. VANCOUVER, BC. Sept k - -Canadian Pa cific atr Prlnreaa Maqutnna struck on tin | charted rock on vest coast of Vancouver MAItTNK-ron WALK OR TV ANTED. FOR SALE, cheap, <ug "'Malor Marry l? 1 I'eppua." In first rlaaa condition, iitu break horse-power, Wolverine motur. Galnsha gas producing system. I'NTON DllYI>OCK AND REPAIR CO.. Weehawken, N. J. Phone ' "lob PIH FOR BALI*'.- Hand rows, timber and barrel hooks, galley pttmpn. taps. ,nes. steam tables, T. E. engines, evaporators, cylinder nil. Phone Whitehall 211)7. Room 2I"R Whitehall Hulldlng. I 'OR SALE ? Schooner Nova tin registry dead weight, 8?l. hull! 101.1; |l!t?VW> Mo IHTOSH AMBNfY, II Broadway, Bowllha Viresn Tilo*. Inland and hu cone Into dry dock (or re pairs. YARMOUTH, NS. Sept 5-Schr J \f. Mit chell, before reported, struck wrecked str Blnghampton ok Oaunirt Rock Ledge end arrived here leaking badly. Dangers to Navigation. I Reported to the Hydrographlc Office.] Sept T, lat .17 -4 N. Ion 74 32 W, pasaed a red nun buoyi No 4, wltli marine grow th attached?Str Kl l.ago. (This buoy hue been previously reported .several times.) Sept 4, lat 38 46, Ion 72 Bg| passed a mast or dttrrlrk about 4 feet long 3 feet above water, apparently attached to aubmerged wreckaga Str Vaatrls (Br). Aug 27, lat 41, Ion .">3 23, passed a conical shaped buoy?Str Eastern Dawn. Aug 24, lat 47 11, Ion 31 42, paased a apsr projecting 4 feet out of water, apparently attached to aubmerged wreckagt?Sir Mln atkahda. , Aug 18, lat 31 32 N", Ion 2 34 E. a mine; I lat 33 32 X, Ion 3 20 E, a mine; lat 32 II N, Ion 3 E, a mast 3 feet above water, ap- ] parently attached to wreckage: lat 31 II X, j Ion 1 33 17, a must attached to wreckage? I Str Nevadan. Aug 11). a floating mine has been reported two miles off Ventno'r pier, Isle of Wight. Aug 26. lat 43 36. Ion 4S 04, berg re ported?Str Heronapool (Br). The Canadian Signal Service reports ice in the approaches to and In the Straits of 1 Bella Isle as follows; By sir Henbane Head | (Br), Sept 4. berg lat 32 3k, Ion 52 34. From this position passed a number of bergs and growlers on both sides of track one to Belle Isle. Several bergs from Belle Isle to 15 miles W of Cape Norman, all north of track. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Rhode Island?Xarragansett Bay. Eastern Passage?The Lighthouse Service announces mooring buoys Now 21, 23. 24, 25, 26. 27, 2*. 26, 30, 31. 32. 33 . 34 and 33. each a whit, first class can, were discontinued Aug 17. IJuoya have been maintained by U S Navy. Princess Bay Light, Harltan Bay, New York?On Aug 31 Princess Bay light. In ap proximately lat 40 30 28 N, Ion 71 12 30 \V, was discontinued. CABLE REPORTS. BELVEDERE (Ital). at Trieste 4th. CARONIA (Br). at Plymouth 7th. OROPE8A (Br), at Hamburg 7th. PRESIDENT FILLMORE, at Bremen 6th. PRESIDENTS WILSON (ltal), at Naples 4th. PRESIDENT VAN BUREN, at Plymouth 8th. SEYDLITZ (Gen. at Bremen 4tli. SIBERIA MARU (Jap), at Kobe 3th. UNITED STATES (Dan), at Copenhage.n 3th. PASSENGER STEAMERS SAILED. ALBANIA (Br), from Liverpool 7th Xor Montreal. EBBO (Br), from Valparaiso 8th for Near York. EMPRESS OF ASIA (Br), from Hong Kong 7th for Vancouver. EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND (Br), from Southampton "th for <juebe;. OKOKDK WASHINGTON, from Southampton 7th for New York. PRESIDENT MADISON, from Hong Kong 7th for Tacotna. PROVIDENCE (Fr), from Naples 4th for New York. Arrivals at and Departures from Foreign Ports. ADELAIDE. Sept 6-Salicd, str Waiotapu (Bi). San Franclaco. ALEXANDRIA. Sept 7?Sailed, atr River Orcntes (Br). Ronton. ALMER1A. Sept 7-Salled, str Cretlc (Br). Breton via Azores. ANTWERP. Sept 5?Arrived, str Ala. Bal timore. Continued on Following Page. STEAMSHIPS. EXCLUSIONS nnd TOl RS. SATURDAY AFTERNOON Bur Mountain, West Point, Newburgh and Return Palatial Day Lin* Flyer "A L B A N Y" Music Restaurant I.unch Room Leaves Desbroasea St.. J :30 P. M.: -W. 42d St.. 1:50 P. M.; W. 129th St.. 2:10 P. M.; Tonkers, 2:40 P. M. Returning leaves Newburgh 5:45 P. M.. Bear Moun tain 6:30 P. M. for Yonkers and New York. Daylight Saving Time. Telephone Canal 9300 J) ^y.01* DBPBR06Sh:s ST. PIER, NEW YORK. J "sally Sailing* front Pier 52, N. it. Canal St., t> P. M., Sundays arid Holidays C and 9 P. M.. t Daylight Saving Time); West 132nd St., half hour later. Duo Albany 0 o'clock following morning. Di rect rail connections to nil points North, East and Went. EXPRESS l ltKK.IIT SERVICE ? Autos carried. Shipments received for Albany, Troy and points on the Delaware & Hud son R. R, and Boston & Maine R. It. Tel. Canal 9000. lllllflON NAVIGATION COMPANY Mlddleton-8. Borland, Receiver. SUNDAY $1.25 ON THE HUDSON 1 Highland Falls, New burgh. Itencon nnd Return. SWIFT. PALATIAL, "?ENt. P. 0DELL' or "NEWPUR"H' Visit Orange I.ake I'ark at Newburgh* or ride up famous Mt. Beacon. Leave Sundays, rain or shine, FRANK LIN ST., 9 A. M.; \V. 129th St.. 9:43 A.M. Music. Restaurant. Lunchroom. CENTRAL Hl'BSON LINK. I = JFron j&tcmnboat (So CONEY ISLAND J.v. W. 129 SI. Pier 1. N. It. Coney lain ml 140 4:15 10:25 3:?o 11:23 0:10 in: 40 5:15 11:25 ?;O0 12:2.3 7:25 11:40 (>:30 13:23 7:13 1:23 H:x ? 11:40 7:30 1:23 9:20 2:23 It:*-. 2:00 H:20 2:45 9: .III tiM 10:30 3:00 P.M. 3:43 P.M. .3:00 P.M. CONEY ISI.AND SEASON CLOSES HITVIMY. SKPTEMBKR 10. The LAhOEST, BEST EQliIPPLL) and iVIOST COMMODIOUS Steamer in this Service. SIGHTSEEING TRIPS Around Manhattan Island Dally. Ktt?S.Str. "GENERAL MEIGS" Its. W. 114 St. I0l3* A. >1.. 2:3a P. M. Her A, North River (near "Aquarium," Bat tery Park)? II A. M.. 3 P. M. LECTURER. REFRESHMENTS. Tel. Bowling Green 5470, To Charter for Moonlight Excursions. Tail long island-sound By Daylight A delight fill, cool daylight trip through the Sound every Monday TO NEW LONDON Steamer Chester W. Clin pin. Leere Pier 40. N. R., N. Y. C.. 10:00 A. M. Daylight Saving Time. Excellent Dining Room Service?Stateroom*. SIGHTSEEING YACHTS All Around New York >r;,: "tourist" Near SOUTH FERRY II 'flu 1MB u Daylight Saving Time. !l.?t It. HI., /JO r. In, "yeiephorie Broad 6954. Attractive abort and long trips. GLOBE TOURS. INC.. 240 W attg Ok ITBASmnrs, EXCTRSIOSS and TOI RS. STKAMSHIFO. EXCCRKtOXS and TOURS. Bermuda An All-Year Resort ?MV7'dn<!'X!rhlt" No P*?"PorU required. Reduced .any a q u lppodToi> el?"'he ,R*??: "? traveler to Dirmudt. Wa are YV. Bermuda); |U I offlclal agents of all 8. B. up- ? (? ?? Bermuda*! I.tnee?represent all Barmuda $104.SO up. It days (I In Bar hotala?maintain a local omce muda); *121 up, IS daya (11 In In Barmuda. Bealdaa tha rap- Barmuda); *120.00 up, It daya ??'ar sightseeing wa can ar- (12 in Barmuda) range for airplane trlpa, fishing and yachting parties. Include first-class R R ac or rant cot- commodatlon* meals, hotel, tageu for you. and sightseeing Departure* September 6, 9, IS, 16, 20, S3, 87 and 30; also twice it week in October. net tbs Booklet Raymond & Whitcomb Co. 225 Fifth Are. Tel. Mad. Sq. 0270 Raymond-Wfritcomb Rayniond-Wliifedmb 10LRS \ CHI ISIS' TOURS & CRUISES 1 xi mmm,.jgigTwi. Hudson River by Daylight Daily, including Sunday, for tNewburgh, tPoughkeepsie, Kingston l'uint, Catalull, Hudson and Albany. Steamer leaves Des broswea St.. 9:00 A. M.; \V. 42<1 St.. 9:20 A. M.; W. 129th St.. 9:40 A. M.; Yonkers, 10:15 A M. Direct rail connections. All rail tickets New York to Albany and Albany to New Yofk accepted. Daily, until Sept. 10 inclusive, for tltear Mountain, fWest Point (esoept Sunday), tNewburgh und tPoughkeepsie, Str. I>e Witt Clinton leaves W. 42d St.. 10:00 A. M.; W. 129th St., 10:20 A. M.; Yonkers, 10:50 A. M. Saturdays only?For tBear Mountain, tWest Point and tNewburgh. Steamer leaves Des brosses St.. t :30 P. M.; W. 42d St., 1:50 P. M.: W. 129th St.. 2:10 P. M.; Yonkers. 2:40 P M. Sundays only?For fBenr Mountain. tNew burgh and tPoughkeepsie. Str Ilrmdrlcli Hudson leaves Desbrosses St.. 9i30 A. M. tR"turn steamer same day from points marked t. Daylight Saving Time. Bound Trip Kates; Nes York to Bear Mountain, $1.15; West Point, $1.25; New burgh. $1.50; Poughkeepsle, $2.00; Kings ton Tolnt. $5.00; Cat skill, $4.00; Hudson, $4.25; Albany. $3.25. Idea! One-Day Outings. River Hudson J ^Ri ne Further Information at Deshrosses Street Pier, New York. Tel. Canal 0300. rIM ? v , ,1.1 ? to BOSTON Cape Cod and New England Points Dally Service All Year Round Concerts Afternoons and Evenings L*. Pier 14. N. R.. Fulton St., 5.30 P. M. NEW BEDFORD LINE?To Now Bedford and the Islands of Marthas Vineyard and Nantucket. Steamers leave weekdays only from Pier 40, N. R., foot of Houston St., 6.00 P. M. NEW LONDON LINE?Lv. Weekdays only, Pier 40,N.R.,Houston St.,5.30P.M. All Schedules Daylight Saving Tims Reduced rates on automobiles wnea ac companied by paseeuger. Tickets and information at all piers and Consolidated Ticket OlBcea. BUp the Hudson to E A R MOUNTAIN Am WEEKDAY AND Nl'NDAV TRIPS. Strl.vs.BatteryitA.M. ;W.132dSt.,B :43A.M. RetumlngLys.BaarMt.4:30,dueN.Y. s P.M. SDELIGHTI-UL AFTERNOON UNDAY A sail Meet Sleamer "ONTKORA" l.vs. PIKR A. NORTH RIVER (adjoining Battery Park). 1:30 P..M.; \V\ 132d St.. 2:15 P.M. RnnnH TrinWr,k,,">*. Ne. children, :t?e flUUIIl] I''(Liindays, $1. Children. Me Refreshments. Music, Dancing. Palisades Interstate I'nrk Commission. Pliones Bowling Cireen "585-78,3. SATURDAY TRIPS ^011 the HUDSON West Point, NPwbnrgh. Pougtikeepsle, KidK-ton? Steamer "Hofflfr l?Hiu?drU" leaves IHANKIIN HT.. 1:00 1'. M.: W. 130th St.. I :.!<? I'. >1. Mii'lc, Restaurant, l.un.-h Room. "Steamer "I'nuglikeep nie" leaven I'lIANKI IN ST.. 2:30 P. M.; \V. 120th St., 8:15 P. M. "Connects with Hteann *r "Bfnj. B. Odelt" for return trip to Np'v York same day. M'NItAY?Steamer "New burgh" leaves Franklin St.. 0 A. M.t W. 120th St., 9:45 A. M., for Mt. Beacon and return. CENrKtL HUDSON I,INK ^ Sunday Excursion to New Haven Steamer Daiiahtful trip of isl D. , , D , milca on I. Sound. Kicn&rd reck Mirslc. Refreshment*. I,v. Pier 40, N. it.. Mount on St., 9:30 A. M. Itetuin due Naw York, Plat 10, 9:00 P. M. Ample time for sightseeing In New Haven, the "City of Elm*." Itound Trip Ticket* SI.50. On Sule Sunday only nt the pier. 0ST0N63 METROPOLITAN UNE Via Cap* Cod Cmnal Connecting at BmIm far Portland, Rockland. Bangor, St. Jalui, N. B., Yarmouth. N. S. Steamer leaven Pier 18. N. R., (foot of fc Murray St.) New York.daily. including " indaya, at 5 P. M. (Daylight Saving Time). Telephone Barclay 5000. EASTERN S. S. LINES "T?? PuMte Ba Plena**.? B0S10NP PROVIDENCE 8 3.60 COLONIAL LINB Steamer leavM Pier :tt?. N. ft. (Kt. 5V??t Houston St.), weekday" and Sundays at 6:30 P. M. (Daylight Savin* Tlmel. A'l Outalde Stateroom*. I'llONF TAN A I. tllOl). Im?? niniti.ANns, OCEANIC n nd NRD BANK. Connecting with "Ant# Bus' Dtrrrl to I.IIXQ BRANCH AMI \SHt RV I'ARK. l.v. f ranklin St.. Pier It.N.lt.. week dn**,g|Jf) A.M., MS P.M.| Battery. llW d.M.illlt P M. Sun" Lve. Franklin $j30, ISaltery 111) A. M. ONE DAY OUTINGS LAKE H0PATC0NG,*I.75 Tomorrow, Sept. 10 Last Excursion of the Year Love \V. 2.Id St., 7.17;" Liberty St., 7.4? A. M.: Jackson Ave.. Jersey Citv. 7J8 A. if. MAUCH CHUNK, - $2.40 Tomorrow and Sept. 17 Leave W. itd St., 7.17; Liberty St., 7.3? A. M.; Jackson Ave., Jersey City, 7.41 A. M. ATLANTIC CITY. *360 Tomorrow and Sept. 24 Leave W. 23d St.. 6.45; Liberty St., 7.0??| Jackson Ave., Jersey City. 7.17 A. M. PHILADELPHIA. *300 Tomorrow and Sept. 24 Leave W. 23d St., 7.17; Libertv St., 7.JO| Jackson Ave., Jersry City, 7.J1 A. M. Tickets good only on special trains Eastern Standard Tima Show>. NEW JERSEY CENTRAL CLARK'S 3rd CRUISE, JAN. 23, 1923 ROUND THE WORLD a.t. "Empress of France" 18,4? 1 sis? tons Clark is the only Tourist Agent who has ever run ~ hyT a Cruise Round the World by chartered i 4 MONTHS, *1,000 and up Including Hotels, Drives, Guides, Fees. etc. CLARK'S 19th CRUISE, FEB. 3, 1923 tth?e mediterranean By Specially Chartered, Sumptuous S. S. "BMPRESS of SCOTLAND" oil bonier, 2S.0M (rotstons;ti5 DAYS CnutSE, S600 and up: l?doy? in P.gypt and Palestine: Spain. Athens, Rome, etc. FRANK C. CLARK.Times Boilding. New York. iMEfsR,CiV joint seAvict with HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE TO PLYMOUTH, BOULOGNE HAMBURG By New American-Flag Steamers lievolntc Sept. 10 Oct. 17 Krliiincr Oct. I) Oct. 31 TO IIAMKI RC. DIRECT Salllncs every Thursday, by the popu l?r steamers Mount Clny. Mount Car roll. Mount Clhiton, Hiinxu, Huyrrti, Wnerttesnberg, with special cabin and improved third elan* accommodation*. UNITED AMERICAN LINKS. INC. IIS Broadway. N". Y.. or l ocal Agent*. riAKy 5\ tvat I Leave Weekdays. SUNDAYS ft.Lt.W.12 at S.OOAM 2.00PM1 O.nOAM Battery Pier. 0.20AM 2.39PM) O.IIOAM (Daylight Saving Time.) Tel.Chelsea 419*. ^ 1 I'./V.M ft, It MANDALAY I To Atlantic Highlands, New Jfnrt, ( I root. sail. danttno. ?io?n mimic, I I t.vs. Battery. A.M., ]:M A 8 P.M. | I D'llghtSaVgTlme. (?TrIp omitted Mona.) i I Fare, 50c ca< li way. Tel. Broad *380. H03J I I4ATIGNAC TOURS 37W3SrST. ? ?pen Pally, Inc. Sat., till 5. Longacre 3850 NAVIGAZIONE GENERALE ITALIAaA To AZORES?ITAI.T?EE.VPT. For Sailing* and Rales Apply to Italla-Amerira Shipping Cor?.. 1 Stat* "t CUNARD AND ANCHOR LINES Regular Sailing* to Europe and Mediterranean Porta. OFFICE. 25 Broadway. New York. WHITE STAR I.I.NK AMERICAN LINK-USD STAR I.INB To all principal ports of Europe. For sail ing dates, rates, c'- " * Mercantile Marino etc., apply to International ? Co.. 1 Broadway. Is. T. C. ROYAL MAIL NEtV YOltK?< I IKK nor no NOITIIAMrTON-HAMBCRO 16 llroadwny. New York. TO be /NATIONAL TOOP5 37\y.si 39-Srhl Open Pall.v. Inc. y?t.. mi ,*>. Longacre ,s^ FRENCH LINE KKW YORK?PLYMOUTH?HAVRE?P.%A?. For Fa'llng Pates, Rates. Ac., Apply ?? COMPANY'S OFFICE. 10 Stats Bt.. K. HOLLAND AMKIIICA LINB, N. T. to Plymouth, Boulogne. Rotterdam. Oeneral Pasaangsr Offlcao. 34 Itatt dt . N. T. K.OY PT IN'PI A. American A Indian Bins, Fort Bald. Bombay. Colombo. Rangoon, Cal cutta. Norton. Lilly A Co.. 211 Beaver St.. N.Y. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN I.INB. DENMARK - NORW AY - SWEDEN. Passenger MOM. 27 Whitehall St.. N. V. rut nut Agt. All l.lnes Europe. Bermuda. ?? Dvtff West Indies, So. America, Hod#. lulu.Chlna.Japan. llt.W?a< ? RBUOWatkJaa Mediterranean Cruise De I.use Jsn. 30, 1023, by new f'jmnl S. 8. "Seythla.'* Frank Tourist Co.. 480 r'lfth Ave.. New York. BRACE I.IN E, INC. TO FLKU AND CHI Lit via Panama Canal. 10 Hanover Bq., New York. AUW1 l.lnes Uleaniship Service?Florida, the Carolina", Cuba, Texas, California, Mexloo, Porto Rico. Ssntn Itorolngo. Apply 480 ftth Aw. " SPAM Ml ROYAL HtaTiikB. LUIS I.IANSO. Agent. Hey 8. E. ft. Norwegian America Line. Norway, Bwedon. Penmark. Office. 8-10 Bridge 8t. _____ NEW YORK?SOUTH AMERICA. laxniporl A llolt I Ine. tt tt'way. N. V. TO SCANDINAVIA AND CONTINENT. gWET*IBM AMERICAN LINE. 21 Stale 8t. ~NBW YORK TO MRKMKN DIRECT. VIA NORTH LEHMAN LLOYD. H I I I' ail St. sat tin v\ I vi ? ? - ii. ni.ii.iu ciwbpibn ? I ARUM LINE to Mediterranean I'srtfc Office. 17 State St.. It. Jf. RF.KMCDA?summer Vacation Tours. Fur neon Bermuda^ Lino. 34 Whitehall St., rf>T* t eundi.in PaeHW Menmehln. I.Id. Oaa. I'at. Uldg.. Madlsoa Ave.. 44th tin 8.1.